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WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | Last month

"steve k thin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Mike Pence voted today in his home state of Indiana, dropping off his absentee ballot into a ballot box. After casting his vote, the vice president gave a thumbs up sign to the cameras and said, Great honor and great to be back home again Since it's the campaign trail in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Today, we'll show a tight race in Ohio with President Trump won by eight points in 2016, Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Election officials in Jefferson County are warning voters of scams making the rounds ahead of election Day. One scam, in particular involves emails that have been circulating among county voters, saying their bail in ballots have been thrown out and they need to vote in person to make up for it. A spokesman for the clerk's office says they would never send an email but call if there were any issues with ballots. Officials are reminding voters that they can check the status of their ballots at the clerks website. Officials have revealed some early findings about the census count after a court battle. The census count abruptly ended last week, and officials now say they did reach more than 99.9% of the nation's households. Still, that leaves out hundreds of thousands of them in some parts of the country. Such a storm battered Louisiana and tribal lands in Arizona. The numbers came in lower The most accurate information comes from people who self respond to the questionnaire online or by phone or mail and don't get a knock on the door. 67% of people counted in the census responded that way that Steve K. Thin reporting More news in 30 minutes. I'm pole Miles. News radio 8 40. Yes, Here's your chance to win $1000.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You know where and when it's bar baratheon, he stalks him deep and sells Jeeps cheap Is Barbara the best boy, I guess in the K Y w 24 hours. Have it sent right, Stevie? Sing, Stevie and now to the NBC 11th alert forecast. It's mostly sunny and cool today, with highs in the mid sixties and tomorrow it's going to start really chilly with lows in the forties and then turned sunny and cool in the afternoon with a high of 66. And then on Sunday morning, late day clouds Ah high of 68. It is 58 degrees in Atlantic City, 57 in Collegeville and 60 at the Acme on Snyder Avenue in South Philadelphia, sponsored by Acme Download the Acme APP. To save It's 12 54. Now, Jill on money. Question of the day on Joe from Michigan asks. I'm 67 healthy and retired. I have a million dollars in an IRA 1.5 million in a joint account. I'm having trouble deciding whether I should be taking social security now or whether I should wait until I'm 70. Show. It sounds like you've got plenty of assets. I'm assuming that your expenses are covered by your current investment income. If that's the case, definitely wait. Remember, if you wait until 70 your retirement benefit will increase by about 8% each of the next three years. If you have a question, send it in that Jill on money dot com. When you need your bank Capital One is right in the palm of your hand so you can check your balance deposit checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated app. This is banking reimagined. Get started online any time What's in your wallet? Capital One and a member F D i C Some former Justice Department employees Air speaking out about the nation's chief law enforcement figure here, CBS's Steve K. Thin In an open letter 1600. Former.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS news. Radio 8 80. It's eight o'clock, deadly infernos. These trees just went up. Popo Popo. President defends Pandemic response We did it just the right way have to become fans react to NFL's moment for a quality. Good morning. I'm Steve K. Thin with the CBS. World News Roundup. At least 16 people are known dead and the dozens of wildfires that have roared through parts of several Western states. In Oregon, More than half a million people are out of their homes more than 10% of the state's population. Our coverage begins with CBS's Carter Evans in Oregon. Flames have scored more than 900,000 acres in a 72 hour period. That's nearly double the amount that typically burns in the state in a year. It's unimaginable in Washington, Dawn Marie Baxter sister Jamie Highland was camping with her husband, Jake, and son, Yuri, Away where there was no cell service. The couple couldn't escape the flames of the Cold Springs fire in their truck, so they ran over a mile in the dark. To a river. Jacob was carrying at least a five gallon bucket of water and baby Ariel input, shielding him with his whole body. By the time rescuers arrive, you're areal had died. His second birthday would have been next month. There was so much smoke. I don't even know how they're alive. Doctors told Jamie. She had also lost her unborn child. This is thief Futterman in Los Angeles. This woman returned to her home yesterday to find a miracle. There stood my house on this island, and everything else was piles of ash is but she is one of the lucky ones. Charity..

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"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Effectiveness quality, good logistics and distribution system station. Attractive vaccine can save lives. But that's a tall order to come up with the remaining time before. The pandemic, of course, has left hands of millions of Americans out of work. But this morning's government unemployment report shows positive sides about 881,000. Americans claim first time benefits last week. 130,000 fewer than the week before bankrate dot com analyst Mark Hambrick provide some context of this new claims were as high as 6.8 million in late March. While the highest number scene before the pandemic was the 695,000 claims in 1982, a day after President Trump suggested North Carolinians try voting twice to see if the system works. Facebook says it's trying to encourage Americans to vote legally and stop the spread of misinformation CEO Mark Zuckerberg on CBS this morning, one of the new policies that were announced and Is. We're going to block new political and issue ads in the last week of the campaign, and he says that means ads from all sides in Rochester, New York, There's outrage over just released police body Cam video that shows officers holding a black man with handcuffs hood over his head and by pressing his face. Into the ground for two minutes. It happened last March. David Prue died from this fixation. A week later, his brother Joe, Don't kill me. That was a center right there for your letter. What they did they continue to plan Brood, says family called police for help when his brother was in mental distress, he says they got a lynching instead. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, says Hi tech innovation could help reduce the number of big rig crashes his CBS Steve K. Thin This new study says safety features such as automatic emergency braking and Forward Collision.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"VP nominee delivers rebuked Trump's Failure of leadership cost lives and livelihoods President versus Goodyear. It's disgraceful that they did this California burning, You could feel the heat and the wind blowing from the fire. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round Up a historic night at the Democratic National Convention, CBS esteem, Futterman says the spotlight was on the number two person on the ticket. She began the night, everybody, It's Me, Kamil, and two hours later, she ended it and God bless the United States. In between Kamala Harris made history I accept your nomination for vice President Harris became the first woman of color to be part of a major party's presidential ticket. She said. The country needs a change at the top. We are a nation that is grieving, grieving the loss of life the loss of jobs when she talked about her career as a prosecutor, some felt she took a jab at President Trump. I have fought for Children. And survivors of sexual assault. I know a predator when I see one just before Harris came Barack Obama, who delivered the most blistering attack in memory by a former president to a successor for close to four years. Now, he has shown no interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself. In his friends, and he called Donald Trump a threat to democracy. This administration has shown it will tear our democracy down if that's what it takes for them to win. Hillary Clinton was also on the attacked. If Trump is reelected, things will get even worse this evening. The convention concludes. As his tradition, the presidential nominee, Joe Biden, will deliver his acceptance speech. At the very end. We expect to see Biden Harris and perhaps some others on the same stage but socially distanced, House speaker Pelosi says after talking with Postmaster General Lewis to joy he has no plans to reverse changes to infrastructure. The Democrats fear could disrupt mail in voting. Joy has indicated further changes will not be carried out till after the election. President Trump made his first public comment yesterday on cue in on the conspiracy theory that the FBI warned three months ago is a possible domestic terror threat. I understand they liked me very much, which I appreciate, but I don't know much about the movement. I have heard that it is gaining in popularity. Mr. Trump has retweeted messages from pro Q and on accounts, And as we hear this morning from CBS's Paula read, the president has called for a boycott of a major American company..

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Medicine in seven o'clock. Theo P. Nominee delivers rebuked Trump's Failure of leadership cost lives and livelihoods President versus Goodyear. It's disgraceful that they did this California burning You could feel the heat and the wind blowing from the fire. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round Up a historic night at the Democratic National Convention, CBS esteem, Futterman says the spotlight was on the number two person on the ticket. She began the night, everybody It's made Kamil and two hours later, she ended it and God bless the United States. In between Kamala Harris made history I accept your nomination for vice President Harris became the first woman of color to be part of a major party's presidential ticket. She said. The country needs a change at the top. We are a nation that is grieving, grieving the loss of life the loss of jobs when she talked about her career as a prosecutor, some felt she took a jab at President Trump. I have fought for Children. And survivors of sexual assault. I know a predator when I see one just before Harris came Barack Obama, who delivered the most blistering attack in memory by a former president to his successor for close to four years. Now, he has shown no interest in using the awesome power of his office to help anyone but himself. His friends and he called Donald Trump a threat to democracy. This administration has shown it will tear our democracy down if that's what it takes for them to win. Hillary Clinton was also on the attacked. If Trump is reelected, things will get even worse this evening. The convention concludes. As his tradition, the presidential nominee, Joe Biden, will deliver his acceptance speech. At the very end. We expect to see Biden Harris and perhaps some others on the same stage but socially distanced, House speaker Pelosi says after talking with Postmaster General Lewis to joy he has no plans to reverse changes to infrastructure. The Democrats fear could disrupt mail in voting. The joy has indicated further changes will not be carried out till after the election. President Trump made his first public comment yesterday on cue in on the conspiracy theory that the FBI warned three months ago is a possible domestic terror threat. I understand they liked me very much, which I appreciate, but I don't know much about the movement. I have heard that it is gaining in popularity. Mr. Trump has retweeted messages from pro Q and on accounts, And as we hear this morning from CBS's Paula read, the president has called for a boycott of a major American company Goodyear. What they're doing is playing politics. The president condemned the Ohio based company and even said he would swap out the Goodyear tires on the presidential limousine that Mr Trump's comments come after Goodyear employees were told Political messages from both sides were being banned, including Maga attire, Democratic Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown. I just think it's disrespectful or president of states. Thinks it's appropriate to call for a boycott of the US company where there are thousands and thousands of American workers, not a California, where lightning strikes have made a bad situation worse, sparking additional wildfires. CBS's Carter Evans is north of San Francisco, where several fires are out of control. Fire fighters work to contain the growing wildfire in Fairfield. Enforced emergency.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Your X ray will be down there. The doctor will see you fear the labs are there for you. And then the nurses that work with you, Kaiser. They make you feel so at home. They're there to meet you. I would not be alive today. If I had not had. I feel really, really great knowing. Is a place that I could go to make sure that I can maintain every medical case is unique to one of the chefs in ST Ruffle Maryland. She's early if I do Closed gyms and stress eating during the pandemic have created a size problem over the winter. Lauren while lost £50 when the pandemic hit, I was in full workout mode with the lowest I've ever been, but she, like a lot of us gained some weight cooped up at home. For some, that means buying larger clothes. People truly aren't sure of their size. So there there's still ordering Three of everything. Rajiv Sharma of perfectly the online try on location hypothesis is with people being lock in and not having much to do. There's a lot of eating going on. There's a lot of stress. There's a lot of boredom, and it's led to a doubling of returns online from March through June. You know, I bought 30 bathing suits in Return. 27 Steve K. Thin CBS News. A restaurant in China has apologized for asking diners to weigh themselves before injury. It was part of a national campaign against food waste. I'm CAMI McCormick CBS News, Thiss is Chicago's all news stations. Use radios, 78 and one Opie 10.9 FM and w BBM news radio dot com It's 605 Saturday morning, August 15th. 2020. Good morning. Thanks for joining.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Now the CBS World News Round on that seven o'clock Russia CLAIMS vaccine It's akin to 1957 and a Sputnik moment incident at the White House. They just wanted me to step aside Wild wind in the Midwest grabbed the dog. Ghassemi ran to the basement. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. There are now more than 20 million Corona virus cases worldwide. That number has doubled in just the last 45 days and from Russia this morning comes a claim of AH vaccine. President Vladimir Putin boasts it did well in tests and one of his daughters was inoculated and is doing well. CBS is Dr David Vegas says the treatment has apparently not gone through clinical trials in those 38 individuals that there was an immune response to the state reported not scientific journals, the state reported. But we don't know whether it actually protects and we don't know what will happen when large numbers of people are inoculated. It's akin to 1957 and a Sputnik moment. Big proclamation. I'm not sure all the data are there yet. The New York Times reports the Trump administration is considering new rules to temporarily block US citizens and green card holders from re entering the country. If that person has coded 19 or has been exposed to the virus, according to the paper, the draft rule would rely on the CDCs authority to protect the country. Well as the days get closer to a college football season doubt grows that any games will be played at all because of the pandemic here. CBS's David Beg No. That was seven months ago when the last college football game was played in.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good, said his 2 95 70 and 73 or quiet mouse transit is running on or close to schedule. I'm peeing Arado indicate what w 24 hour traffic center Thanks for that. Pete Now the NBC 11th alert forecast. Going to become tonight. Rain free going down. The 72 with some clouds right now in center city is 77. 75 degrees in Judea in a park, 77 Winona and at the Acme Empoli, sponsored by Acme Download the Acme Up to save The huggers among us are feeling mighty blue these days because we're being told to keep people at a distance. Will correspondent Steve K. Thin has some welcome news when we hug people, both people in that exchange release oxytocin. UC Berkeley's Emiliano Simon Thomas says the hormone produces pleasure and relieves stress. Oxytocin is a really important part of our collective. Demeanor as as a species. But during a pandemic when you cannot hug take on some compensatory behaviors like making eye contact more deliberately. Then remember, we can imagine. The times that we have been touching people who we trust and care about and she says, Don't be afraid to wrap your arms around yourself. Steve Caven, CBS News or your Pet. That could be the sound your cat is making right now. In celebration of International Cat Day, That means all over the world. Lovers of furry felines are sharing their love for cats and hopefully giving them treats. So this is.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WTOP

"Period where claims were rising. The Labor Department releases results for the entire month of July tomorrow, right now S and P futures are unchanged. Dow futures are up 31 lawmakers in Washington still at an impasse over a new relief bill, and $600 expired bonus dollars for out of work, Americans White House trade advisor Peter Navarro. Tell CBS this morning there seems to be intent on both sides to get Teo Deal correspondent we Judging on Capitol Hill, White House and congressional negotiators wrapped up the 10th day of talks over coverted relief packages for the American public, and there's still clashing over whether to pass a comprehensive deal or smaller measures. President Trump says he is considering taking executive action if Congress can't reach an agreement. The mayor of Ozark Lake Missouri, is thanking a new batch of waterfront partiers for boosting the local economy. One of the largest mass gatherings of the pandemic is planned for this weekend in the Midwest. More than 250,000 people are expected to rubble through the famed black hills of western South Dakota. For the 80th edition of the Sturgis motorcycle Rally, Rick Bushes, the town's public works director. We're asking everybody that that does come to adhere to CDC guidelines and adhere to social distancing measures and best practices. More than 60% of the 7000 residents of Sturgis, who were surveyed said the motorcycle rally should be postponed. Because of Kovar, 19 Jim Krystle, a CBS News Some schools still debating the best way to begin the academic year, More than 100 students are quarantining after six and a staff member tested positive. At a school that's reopened in Mississippi at American University professor who's called every presidential election correctly since 1984 is out with his prediction for this year. Correspondent Steve K. Thin on what Allan Lichtman sees in his crystal ball uses 13 T factors to come up with his determination. Most notably, it comes down to a referendum on the incumbent party. Sizing up all the information this year. Lichtman predicts a Joe.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"This is CBS News on the hour. Presented by Capital One bank. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. There's a new sign Layoffs are leveling off. As the pandemic wears on CBS News business analyst You'll Schlessinger has details on last week's numbers. The number of Americans filing for new unemployment benefits was 1.186 million in the week ending August 1st, and that's a drop of nearly 1/4 of a 1,000,000 from the priest. This week that snaps a two week period where claims were rising. The Labor Department releases results for the entire month of July tomorrow, right now S and P futures are unchanged. Dow futures are up 31 lawmakers in Washington still at an impasse over a new relief bill, and $600 expired bonus dollars for out of work, Americans White House trade advisor Peter Navarro. Tell CBS this morning there seems to be intent on both sides to get Teo Deal correspondent we Judging on Capitol Hill, White House and congressional negotiators wrapped up the 10th day of talks over Cove it relief packages for the American public, and there's still clashing over whether to pass a comprehensive deal or smaller measures. Trump says he is considering taking executive action if Congress can't reach an agreement, the mayor of Ozark Lake Missouri, is thanking a new batch of waterfront partiers for boosting the local economy. One of the largest mass gatherings of the pandemic is planned for this weekend in the Midwest. More than 250,000 people are expected to rubble through the famed black hills of western South Dakota for the 80th edition of the Sturgis motorcycle Rally. Rick Bushes, the town's public works director, We're asking everybody that that does come to adhere to CDC guidelines and adhere to social distancing measures and best practices. More than 60% of the 7000 residents of Sturges who were surveyed Said the motorcycle rally should be postponed because of Cove in 19 Jim Krystle, a CBS News some school still debating the best way to begin the academic year, More than 100 students are quarantining after six and a staff member tested positive at a school that's reopened in Mississippi at American University professor who's called every presidential election correctly since 1984 is out with his prediction for this year. Correspondent Steve K. Thin on what Allan Lichtman sees in his crystal ball uses 13 key factors to come up with his determination. Most notably, it comes down to a referendum on the incumbent party sizing up all the information this year. Lichtman predicts a Joe Biden win in November 7 of the factors swing in his favour. Six Do for President Trump. This is CBS News. Brought to you by capital one capital one's banking at lets you manage your money any time anywhere. This is banking reimagined. What's in your.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The impact of the storm. We're gonna be felt all around President Ahn virus desperate were lower than the world lower than the lower than Europe Video from George Floyd, killing the encounter on the officer's perspective. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Roundup. Hurricane Zaius came ashore near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina with top winds of 85 miles an hour, leaving flooding and power outages in its wake. April Wilson saw one of the many house fires that broke out. You have to kind of question and I really seeing what I'm seeing because it was just against the night sky. Flames were just coming through the roof, top of it and The wind was whipping so many directions. It's now a tropical storm that will affect the East Coast All day. CBS a chip Reid is along the Virginia coast was a Category one hurricane as it made its presence known off the coast of South Carolina overnight. Bringing powerful storm surge. Flash flooding and property damage Just hours later turned upward and made landfall in North Carolina, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power, rushing water, overtook roads and trapped cars. Strong winds also reportedly spawned several tornadoes in North Carolina and at least one touchdown in Virginia in Sea Isle City. The New Jersey This business owner shut things down for the day. With the storm approaching the way things were going here in the way business is losing a Tuesday a year ago would have been like, Okay, we get it Tuesday. Well, now it's even help goes on really were not gonna open the U. N. Says the Corona virus.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Well, Kobe 19 coming right? This is Rachel Pearson, The Elmhurst teachers counsel is raising concerns about District to Oh Fives Reopening Plan and Covert 19 has taken a toll on Georgia's largest school district. Is it prepares for a brand New year, the latest coming up from CBS News business, the Tao of 245 points that adds stack up 158 We have 66 degrees in Chicago under cloudy skies going up to 73. Now. CBS News at 11 o'clock Thiss is CBS News on the Our your home for original reporting. I'm Steve K. Thin, big trouble in a big school district. George's largest public school district just outside Atlanta, has dozens of staffers who have either gotten the Corona virus or Come in close contact with someone who has it. Bernard Watson is a Gwinnett County schools spokesman. Approximately 260 employees who had been excluded from work due to a positive case or contact with a case Now this number's fluid as we continue to have new reports and others who are returning to work. The drugmaker Eli Lilly says it's begun a late stage trial to see if one of its cove in 19 antibody treatments. And prevent the spread of the virus in 2400 residents and staff at a nursing home hit hard by an outbreak in Washington. CBS's Paula Reed's got the latest on talks on a new round of virus relief. CBS News has learned. The president is in frequent communication with his advisors and actively involved in negotiations. At the White House is open to potentially some other options working around Congress, but it appears when it comes to any sort of tax relief or benefits. They really are limited in what they can do unilaterally. A group of college football players in the Pac 12 conferences issued a list of virus safety.

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WBBM Newsradio

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Burning to foil a reward is offered for information leading to the expressway shooter responsible for badly wounding an infant. On the south side. This is Mike Krauser. The Berghoff decides to close temporarily a month after reopening Democrats and Republicans battle over the next round of Corona virus. A more on the way in the CBS World News Round up Wcbm business. SNP futures down 13 points. NASDAQ futures down 51 points. We have sunshine in store for your entire Tuesday as we head to our high of 89 degrees. Now the CBS World News Round up It's seven o'clock. Extending relief benefits When you pay people not to work. What do you expect? GOP vs Democrats clearly do not have shared values paying tribute at the Capitol. John Lewis literally took the punch is for us all. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin, with the CBS World News Round up tens of millions of Americans sent reeling by the Corona virus pandemic and its economic aftershocks. Can only watches Congress battles over the next round of relief money as we hear from CBS is Paula read, Democrats and Republicans appear to be far apart the economic pain It's not. Senate Republicans made an opening offer to Democrats last night. Health, Economic Assistance liability protection. In school. The plan protects employers from being sued over Kobe transmission and extends some jobless benefits like this $600 weekly benefit that is set to expire. But Republicans want to reduce the benefit to 70 to 75% of the wages a person made before Cove it a Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, blasted the plan Administration has bungled this crisis. And now they want to take $1600 out of your pocket every single month. National correspondent David Beg No tells us for many people Federal help can't come soon enough. People are very scared right now. Adrian Gonzalez says he doesn't know what his employees will do if his restaurant is forced to close. He's already reduced the staff of 17 to just four and on the West Coast. A similar story for Marty Caballero, who owns a Portland barbershop. He says he and many people he knows need the extra $600 that they've been getting from the federal government. What happens when they shut us down again? And no one can pay their bills at all? Listen to what Dr Deborah Birks of the White House Corona Virus task force. We can see what is happening in the South moving north. There are states that do need to close their bars. One of those This is Tennessee and Dr Burke's met with the governor Billy,.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of federal judge. The suspect was dressed as a delivery driver knew stay at home order in L. A. I think we're on the brink of that. GOP talks in D. C. The first order of business will be a new Corona virus relief package. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. There's a manhunt underway after the attack at the home of a federal judge. CBS's Errol Barnett, is near the home of Judge Esther. Solace in North Brunswick, New Jersey, The judge's husband, Mark S. Bella, defense attorney answered the door and was shot. The gunman also shot and killed a couple of 20 year old son Daniel. Sources say. The judge is in the basement at the time of the shooting and was unharmed and has been rushed to the hospital and is believed to be in stable condition right now, But the big question is the motive. It's unclear what that is. That's also unclear who the actual target was considering the judge's husband himself as a defense attorney now the latest on the Corona virus. The death toll in the US now tops 140,000. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida, which reported 12,000 cases yesterday. Here in the entertainment district of Miami Beach. There is an eight PM curfew. We're hoping that by closing earlier it actually tones down the party hospitalizations in Los Angeles County reached a record high at more than 2200 Here's the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti. We don't come together as a nation with national leadership. We will see more people die. But in New York City people there are prepared for Phase four opening things like zoos and fan Lis pro sports stadiums overseas. Now, correspondent Vicki Barker tells us British scientists on the trail of a covert treatment say they've had a breakthrough. It's a pre existing drug interfere on Beatle but delivered in a new way, inhaled directly into the lungs of hospitalized covert patients. The patients receiving the Interfere on beater treatment or much less likely to deteriorate. Team leader Tom Wilkinson says the number of patients needing treatment fell nearly 80%..

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"steve k thin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"steve k thin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Start of a new school year, a new virus testing center is opening in Anaheim and one health officials says Southern California should go back on lock down Those stories plus traffic every 10 minutes on the fives. It's all coming up in just four minutes after see because covers the world. It's seven o'clock states set new virus records. Things were getting worse than not getting better vaccine progress. This is the letter T end of the tunnel president on blacks killed by police, So are white people. More white people, by the way. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Corona virus is spreading fast in the U. S. Florida is one of at least three states reporting a new record daily high and infections. CBS's David Beck knows in the Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now. Was to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the mayor said. Red is when it's everything shuts down again. Everything I do want to warn people that were close to that. The director of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, warns that the worst may still be ahead. When the pandemic combines with the flu season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times mohr than right now. CBS Ebola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions. And we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian Conan is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the corona virus.

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"steve k thin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"States set new virus records Things were getting worse tonight, getting better. Vaccine progress. This is the letter T end of the tunnel President on blacks killed by police. So are white people, more white people, by the way, Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the LeMay said. Red is when it's everything shuts down again. Everything I do want to warn people that were close to that. The director of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, warns that the worst may still be ahead when the pandemic combines with the flu season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times mohr than right now. CBS Ebola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions, and we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian codename is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the Corona virus tests in the state of Arizona. We are working on available to increase up to 30 to 50,000 tests per day after a brief dip on Monday Case numbers shot up in Arizona on Tuesday with an additional 4273 new cases reported and 92 deaths. As demand for tests has surged in recent weeks. So have the wait times to get results. The average wait time for a non priority patient is now seven days figure, Dr Kodama admits is a problem. Eventually, we're going to get down to within.

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