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"steven gastelum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"steven gastelum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W W J. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta. Just seen it on Tom Jordan. These are the top stories at 7 30. The eyes of the nation turn a case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio tonight. As for President, Trump and a former vice president Joe Biden will square off in a highly anticipated debate, CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta is there. Tonight's presidential debate will look nothing like the debates of the past with the Corona virus pandemic, forcing organizers to limit the audience to fewer than 100 people. And President Trump and Joe Biden won't shake hands. Both men will try to land that defining moment to sway voters, especially ones here in the swing state of Ohio, and you're going to hear the debate alive tonight on W. W. J. Starting at nine o'clock. More than two dozen new school outbreaks of the Corona virus have been reported in Michigan, the Health Department listing 27 new outbreaks. Including among students at university, Liggett in Grosse Pointe, Woods, Carlson High and Chapman Elementary in Rockwood and Xiu Mei Middle School in Gibraltar. Outbreaks also reported at Oakland University, Concordia University in Ann Arbor, also at Central Michigan, Michigan Tech and Northern Michigan universities and the throne of ours could have a big impact on your retirement plans. But that's not the only reason has CBS News correspondent Candy McCormick Report. 2020 Global retired. Index looked at five reasons why your retirement could be a jeopardy recession, interest rates, public dead climate change and income inequality. Add to that the pandemic and its economic consequences, the report says. The problems we're experiencing today will have long term implications for global retirement security, and the impacts could be felt for decades. Markets for that Corey coming up into 7 55 very sad story about a 43 year old man posing for a picture out west at an Oregon State Park. Police say the man died after he climbed a tree on the edge of a cliff in Oswald West, a park. He climbed the tree. The limb broke and the man fell about 100 ft into the Pacific Ocean. The victim, identified as Steven Gastelum, of Seaside Oregon. Are older people being excluded from Corona virus trials Here is correspondent Nancy Chan, a new study shows It's highly likely older people are being left out of the majority of covert 19 vaccine trials and other experimental treatments. That's despite the fact that people 65 years in older make up at least 30% of Corona buyers, cases and 80% of deaths. Researchers and Massachusetts say they're particularly concerned about the exclusion from clinical trials for treatment because dozing can be different for older people. This comes as Michigan reports more than 6700 deaths to date. But health experts say this is something that could really save lives. Paramedics wearing a jet suit a jet suit for paramedics has just been tested in the UK. They say they've done a test flight, and it was awesome. The suit has too many engines on each arm and one on the back, allowing the paramedic to control their movement by moving their hands. The test fly carried out by an outfit called Gravity Industries. The paramedic carries a medical kit with pain medication and a defibrillator. Among other things, the post Office in Detroit, the U. S post offices. Is putting out the help wanted sign. The jobs are specifically for the holiday season and pay anywhere from 16 55 an hour to $19.64 that jobs include a carrier, assistant mail processing clerk, handler, assistant and tractor trailer and motor vehicle operator..

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Man falls to death while posing for photo on Oregon cliff

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Man falls to death while posing for photo on Oregon cliff

"Sad story about a 43 year old man posing for a picture out west at an Oregon State Park. Police say the man died after he climbed a tree on the edge of a cliff in Oswald West, a park. He climbed the tree. The limb broke and the man fell about 100 ft into the Pacific Ocean. The victim, identified as Steven Gastelum, of Seaside Oregon.

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