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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"It's great to have you with us here at a. wednesday night and we begin with those key decisions that will affect millions of americans on booster shots. Who will get them first. And how soon tonight. The fda is expected to authorize these boosters. Anytime now the cdc then set to lay out the guidelines. This would be for those who got the pfizer vaccine because pfizer applied for authorisation first decisions on madeira and johnson and johnson boosters could come within weeks and fda advisory committee already saying pfizer could move forward for americans sixty five and older and for those who are at high risk so now we await official green-lighting from the fda and of course the cdc director. Dr rachelle walinsky will likely follow with guidance. As we move forward into this next phase of protecting americans before the winter months and all of this comes amid new evidence tonight of the toll involving the unvaccinated new numbers that show in states with the fewest people vaccinated. Death rates are four times higher than in states with the highest number of vaccinations and tonight here. What are the forecast models. That the cdc looks at and what it shows here in the us in this pandemic by next spring abc stevenson saami leading off with late reporting from the cdc in atlanta. The fda is expected to say yes tonight to the pfizer. Booster shots which means that. Many americans who've already gotten to shots of the pfizer vaccine could get a third as early as friday. It's a reasonable decision to provide a third dose to people for whom it appears that immunity is waning and severe infection is an increasing risk in the age of delta at the. Cdc they're still debating tonight who all should be getting the extra shot focusing on people who are sixty five and older or who have health conditions that put them at greater risk to vid or frontline workers like nurses or grocery store workers. The shots are already making a difference. Our medical team has found that in states where the fewest people are vaccinated. The death rates are nearly four times higher than in states that lead the country and vaccinations health officials. Now believe that an extra dose will eventually become the new standard at the end of the day. I believe the correct regimen is going to be two doses at first and a few months later a third dose for. Jj it'll be. The first dose followed a few months later. By the second. Does americans have gotten the madonna and johnson and johnson vaccines. We'll have to wait at least a few weeks for approval from the federal government on boosters but already two million americans with compromised immune systems have been cleared to get a third shot from pfizer. Thirty four year old allyson. Rogers has crohn's disease. She got her extra shot in portland too hesitant about it. Especially if you've already gotten the second one of the third one is kind of a breeze. I got it on a saturday. And by monday i was back at work all this planning for. Millions of booster shots for americans have people around the world looking sideways at drugmakers wondering why they're not sharing their formulas with manufacturers and countries where there isn't enough vaccine to go around on a virtual kovic summit today with the united nations president biden announced that the. Us has now agreeing to buy another half a billion doses of the pfizer vaccine for the rest of the world for total one point. One billion doses. That america is giving to people overseas for everyone. Shot we've administered. Today in america. We have now committed to do three shots to the rest of the world. All right so let's get right to steve o's and saw me he's live at the. Cdc tonight and steve as we await official word now from the fda and then from the cdc on this first round of boosters for americans That was something else today that you brought to our attention and this was somewhat encouraging. It's just one of the forecast models. The cdc looks at tell us more about what it shows potentially by spring. And of course we all know. There are many variables. here david. Researchers are out with a new forecast model that they say looks hopeful. It shows that the number of cases and deaths are likely to keep falling through the spring as long as we don't see another outbreak of a dangerous variant and saw me in atlanta. Tonight steve thank you. We're gonna turn next year to the search for that person of interest brian laundry. That search intensifying tonight. After the death of gabby petito now ruled a homicide. Divers have now been called in drones to in the search and that alligator infested nature reserve. They are now using high. Water vehicles in much of that areas covered waist deep in water. Abc's trevor all from florida tonight tonight. New images of the intense.

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Police Officer Fired After Threatening a Black Army Officer

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00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Police Officer Fired After Threatening a Black Army Officer

"Virginia's been fired after body Cam video shows a black army lieutenant getting pepper spray during a traffic stop. ABC Stevenson Saami Traffic Stop was in December and in the police report, one of the officers wrote that the lieutenant was alluding police because he didn't stop right away and his lawsuit. The lieutenant says it was less than two minutes and that he wanted to pull over into this well lit area. He was released with no charges and is now suing the police and federal court. Dario says his constitutional rights were vying Elated protest

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Senate of slaves. Of sharecroppers, people who picked cotton and he's not going to represent this state in in the Congress, and that that is not lost. The history of that is not lost on any anyone here. The John a soft David Perdue race is still too close to call all the Democrats. Asaf is declaring victory. With more on turnout again. ABC Stevenson Saami Election Day was up slightly. Conventional wisdom was that that would have helped Republicans. There's more Republicans and more likely to vote on Election Day. But what we were seeing is that it was pretty steady in the blue counties In a few hours, both houses of Congress will meet in a joint session in which time the electoral college results of the election will be ratified. Jerry Preston ABC News President Trump, meanwhile, jacking up pressure on Vice President Mike Pence ahead of today's congressional ratification of the presidential election president tweeting out that the vice president has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors. But the vice president's role in the congressional ratification process is seen as largely ceremonial. President Trump is hoping that Republican election challenges will overturn his defeat. Those challenges are not expected to affect the outcome of the election. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic Center, the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offers solutions for life changing weight loss visit you see help dot com slash weight loss to take the next step. Crews are working with an accident on Albarran it West State cleaning up a couple on the others, one downtown on ninth and main, the other on Ridge and Schubert in Pleasant Ridge. Highway traffic that's.

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

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00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

"The US supreme court has thrown out the murder conviction of a Mississippi man on death row. Paving the way for an unprecedented potential seventh trial. Curtis flowers has already been tried six times after prosecutors attempts to convict him fail due to prosecutorial misconduct allegations of racism and deadlocked. Juries ABC's Stevenson Saami has more Justice. Brett cabinet writing for the seven to majority accusing the state of. Discrimination, and allowing seven trial his words were a slap to the prosecutor saying that Mississippi's relentless determined effort to rid the jury of black individuals strongly suggests that the state wanted to try flowers before a jury with this few black jurors as possible. And ideally, before an all white jury the supreme court meantime, has a few more decisions left to release before the end of its

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Some authorities are urging families at ice comes knocking do not open your door. Here's ABC's Mary, Bruce tonight, immigration and customs enforcement is preparing a mass roundup of migrant families that have already received deportation orders. Pre dawn raids reportedly known as family up planned for this Sunday as many as ten major cities, the director of ice, speaking on ABC news live. One of the greatest pull factors for families to come here is they know once they arrived in the United States, they remain here. Untouched we have to change that message these kinds of raids typically target criminals, not families. Houston's police chief sounding a warning the last thing we need is to vote that kind of fear, where people go, further into the shadows, and they fail to cooperate with law enforcement. The local level. The raids come just days after the president kicked off his reelection campaign by promising that ice will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens starting next week at the time a senior administration, official told ABC those massive deportations were quote, not imminent. Roundup millions of people. Well, they know they know and they're going to start next week. The raids planned for this weekend are sweeping, but fall far short of the president's promised to deport millions and overall Trump is deporting four fewer people than Obama did at this point in his presidency. Mary, Bruce live in Washington tonight, and Mary fficials in some of the cities where these raids are expected already sounding the alarm, and I in fact, we have a statement, just in from Chicago tonight. Well, David, the Chicago mayor says they will not cooperate with these raids and they are warning people not to open their doors of ice agents come knocking saying they are not required by law to let them in David Mary Bruce with us all week long. Mary, thank you. Again that of the major ruling from the supreme court tonight that justices throwing out the murder conviction of a death row. Inmate at Mississippi. Curtis flowers claimed racial bias during jury selection that kept him from receiving a fair trial, the white prosecutor blocking black jurors the supreme court of green seventy-two. So what next? A seventh trial. Here's ABC's Stevenson Saami tonight. Curtis flowers has insisted to this day that he did not murder four people in one thousand nine.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"At this New York City bar, where he appears drinking and singing in this video obtained by TMZ. The twenty nine year old accuser claims. He was intoxicated, and assaulted her allegations, Gooding denies told TMZ. There's video proof that he's innocent. Shows. The most important. Wizardy groping involved. Gooding's lawyer says he surprised prosecutors are moving forward with the case. There is not a scintilla of criminal cope ability that can be attributed to Michigan Cuba Gooding junior Gooding, entering a plea of not guilty. Today. His lawyer says that he's reviewed more than two hours of surveillance video from that bar, which he says, vindicates his client. David Davis with us here tonight. Lindsey, thank you. And to other news now to that deadly police shooting this sparked at night of protests in Memphis federal marshalls serving a warrant engaging with an armed suspect firing, and killing him as word of that shooting spread through the neighborhood. So to be anger spiraling, violence, at least thirty six officers were hurt. And here's ABC's. Stevenson saami. This was the violent seen the streets versus Memphis. Police. As gathered and pushing Vincent squad car. People were angry based on what they heard that a young black man was killed. They were throwing rocks and bricks at police in riot gear total three dozen officers were hit and six of them had to be treated at a nearby hospital. Police tonight are identifying the man who federal marshals were trying to arrest who was shot dead. They say that twenty year old Brandon Weber seen here on his Facebook page was wanted for allegedly shooting. A man five times in Mississippi on June third and same in the marshals found him last night. He was driving the victims stolen car while attempting to stop the individual. He reportedly rant his vehicle into the officers vehicles multiple times before exiting with a weapon, the officers fired striking and killing the individual police point to this live. Video posted to Facebook before the marshals came saying that the police were never going to catch Weber had been arrested before for weapons possession, and drug dealing, but he was also a father. State investigators are now looking into whether the federal marshalls broke any state laws. But at this point, there's no indication David. They did anything wrong. Dave, thank you. We.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Plot to shoot classmates and teachers at elementary school tonight. Those students are now charged with conspiracy to commit murder, here's ABC Stevenson Saami on their alleged plan. Tennessee police tonight say it was a school resource officer who saved the day at this elementary school following up on rumors. He heard Friday that to sixth graders had a hit list, and we're planning to gunned down students here about an hour. West of Knoxville was taken in custody. At the school and was taken into custody at home. Police say they never found a hit list, but did find a hand drawn map of the school and a plan to hide guns and school lockers until the end of the school year. That's when investigators say the two students planned to March through the building from a back door shooting, teachers and students and then shooting and killing themselves, the families were very cooperative and no weapons were founded any house parents at south Cumberland elementary school, say they're thankful, but also furious that they're just hearing about this. Now, they handled it and not letting them here. That was wrong on every level. Both students are being charged as juveniles with conspiracy to commit first degree murder as kids they're not being identified, but they are in custody tonight. David Stevenson Saami with us on Monday night. Steve thank you next. Global headline from ISIS tonight, a chilling new threat from what appears to be the world's most wanted man. Isis leader Abu Bakar Dadi was last seen when ISIS controlled huge parts of Iraq and Syria. They now lost that territory. But this message to the west seems intent on proving they are still fighting and are still focused nears ABC's chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. Now, if it is proven this Baghdadi that terrorist fugitive appears or now, the ISIS territory he wants claimed gone, but he seems as defiant and threatening as ever warning that the fight against the west is not over it was five years ago when Baghdadi was last seen in a Mosul. Mosque call. On Muslims worldwide to join his bloody. 'cause in this latest eighteen minute video released by ISIS today. From which these images are taken the man identified as Baghdadi praises, the Sri Lankan attackers. Suicide bombers who left at least two hundred fifty people dead last week claiming it was hey back for Gu's the last ISIS territory to fall to American-backed forces in Syria the month before it was then President Trump declared ISIS defeated and Martha Raddatz with us live tonight from our Washington bureau, and Martha as you mentioned their territory for ISIS is gone in Syria and in Iraq, but ISIS and video clearly trying to show they're still threat. Yes, David, ISIS is still very much a threat. They may not have claimed territory now, but Baghdadi's message of attacking the west and its allies is still resonating with new recruits and the thousands of fighters who remain in Iraq and Syria. Others boldly carrying out attacks far from where ISIS first took root, David Martha Raddatz monitoring the developments. Thank you..

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"It was a major storm system it hits tomorrow. And then moves east right through Good Friday and a reminder tonight of the danger utility workers face cleaning up after all of this severe weather in Manchester. New Jersey these images workers narrowly escaping when a live wire caught fire. They're they're just unbelievable. Let's get to chief meteorologist ginger Zee. Tonight tracking this a lot of people watching ginger with Good Friday approaching. David a major player in the violent storms that are coming. Our way is a dry line that is that dry tan division of air there between the warm and humid air and that extreme dry and cold. What's happened here is tomorrow afternoon and evening anyone from Kansas through Oklahoma to Dallas Texas has to be on alert. These storms are going to go. So high in the atmosphere, they'll tap into cold air and very large hail, and isolated tornadoes are possible. I then damaging wind all the way from Illinois and Iowa down to Mexico. This thing moves Thursday into Friday toward the east coast Jacksonville to New York City. We'll getting heavy rain if not some strong storms, David or watching it street through Friday with his ginger. Thank you. We're going to turn next year to newly released police body Cam video tonight from Charlotte North Carolina officers responding to calls about an armed man threatening people. They find him crouch between two cars. You could hear them. They repeatedly asking him to drop the gun. Finally. Here's the pull out the weapon and one of the officers opened fire, but authorities now want to know was. Suspect trying to put that gun down. And here's ABC's Stevenson Saami. This police body camera. Video is disturbing and under new North Carolina law reporters had to soon get it released, but two that's the voice of veterans, Charlotte. Police.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Lockdown part of I seventy five shutdown tonight. ABC's Stevenson Saami is on the scene for us. Police say the barricaded gunman in the suburban Atlanta neighborhood is promising to shoot cops and his already wounded to. To Henry county. Police officers were rushed to a hospital in downtown Atlanta. One had to be airlifted. He's got two two small children. The family of one of them spoke outside the hospital families worst nightmare this began with a frantic call from a woman reporting that someone inside the home may have been hurt or possibly killed. The officers were shot trying to enter the home some type of domestic dispute, it was a trouble unknown. We just didn't get the information. The female call was distraught. Police say a sixteen year old boy related to the gunman was being held inside the home a small army of local authorities set up next door and at one point Senator robot into the house families trying to get home couldn't neighbors inside their homes. Couldn't leave for kids were reunited with their father were you scared dad is house gay after police helped them climb over a back fence. So let's get to Stevenson Sammy has been on the scene for us all day long and Stevie officers themselves. They're expected to be okay. Yes, David one officer was shot in the hand the other in the upper torso. And police say that his police best may have saved his life. Both officers are in stable condition tonight. David Stevenson Saami, Steve thank you gonna turn next tonight to the horrifying description from inside the cockpit of at Boeing max jet that crashed the second one to go down the if he opens now saying tonight, quote, the crew performed all of the procedures provided by the manufacturer. And yet they couldn't save the plane and tonight Boeing now with a stunning acknowledgment what they're now saying and here's ABC's David curly. The first look tonight at the drama in the cockpit before the second deadly crash, a sensor malfunctions seconds after takeoff. Sources telling ABC news, they believe it was a bird strike triggering that anti-stalin system m Cass nosing down the plane twice before the pilots shut off the system the Boeing procedure. But they can't manually nose up the plane possibly because. Of the jets high speed it's putting too much pressure on the stabiliser as alarm sound. Then counter to the Boeing guidelines the data shows the pilots turn the power back on 'em Cass misfiring, again, sending them into a steeper dive and crash shared blame. According to a former NTSB investigator, certainly designed to the aircraft designed to the system. The information provided the pilots, but also the pilots themselves and how.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"You can also ask the driver who are there to pick up. David. Always check that license plate victory. Ken to important advice. Thank you. And there is also an urgent hunt tonight for a hit and run suspect outside Atlanta this evening after a driver is seen on surveillance speeding across a families lawn hitting their nine year old daughter her parents have released video tonight. They want the driver caught we will not show the moment here. But the daughter does survive in here's ABC's Stevenson Sammy from Atlanta police in DeKalb County Georgia tell us they're chasing down leads tonight. In the case of the nine year old girl seen in this horrifying surveillance video she's being hit by a speeding black sedan that crashed into her front yard while she was playing with a friend is is want everybody. Pray for dairy on. I just want the people involved to be caught ladera. Anna home was rushed to the hospital Friday evening with broken bones. A skull fracture a leaking heart and other wounds. She's a cheerleader who loves to tumble. Her mother says doctors are telling them she'll be able to do those things again in the hospital today. She was smiling, she strong, and I know she's gonna bounce back from this is just gonna take a while the disturbing video shows the car blowing a stop sign, and then hitting the girls as they were trying to get out of the way, we've stopped the picture before impact. The other girls suffered minor injuries to people get out of the vehicle after the crash and then run away the family believes they're teenagers. Stevenson Saami with us outside the hospital in Atlanta, where the nine year old is recovering tonight. That's good news. Stephen police sources are telling you that they're now closing in on the possible suspects. That's right. David police say that they actually know who the two young people were who were inside that car. Meanwhile, the girl remains hospitalized behind me. And despite those smiles she is still David in the ICU. All right Steve Olson Saami with news from his sources tonight. Steve thank you now to the search for fifteen year old Louisiana girl tonight police believe she may have run off with a forty seven year old neighbor. A divorced man with three children who became friends with her family and who had hired her to babysit tonight. What her family is now told the FBI, and here's ABC's Marcus more.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Rob Marciano with us tonight. Rob thank you next tonight singer R Kelly just twenty four hours after that explosive interview R Kelly jumping out of his chair tonight. He is facing new allegations of sexual abuse. He's also behind bars now for owing child support that explosive interview he gave he actually said he defended himself against the demand for money while those two young women who live with him make new claims against their own parents. Here's ABC's Stevenson Saami. What do you want me? Now, there is more trouble tonight for the self-described pied piper of our in v. Investigators in Detroit say they're looking into a new allegation of criminal sexual conduct this time with a thirteen year old in two thousand one r Kelly's people were hoping to get him out of jail this evening by paying off nearly one hundred sixty two thousand dollars he owes in back child support. But the check is late Haagen pay child support. How as? Is destroy my name, and I can't work your ex-wife says abused her robber. In his interview with CBS news Kelly went after his ex wife. I'm not disrespecting her by saying, she's not telling the truth. I'm just being honest. So my sent me some phone a hall tat her. That people. Paul Kelly was asked about twenty one year old Azriel Clary and Twenty-three-year-old Joycelyn savage, whose parents say the young women cut them off for life with the singer. I love him, and is almost it's like demographics is like, you know, we have relationship and now we're hearing from the two young women. Both our parents basely out here to China gave money and scam in the explosive lifetime documentary that attracted the laws. Attention clearest parents say they believe the singer I had sex with their daughter when she was seventeen the fellow really disturbing. Text messages between though they had sex and Florida at first time they met both women say their parents are lying and trying to extort money from their famous boyfriend having sex him at seventeen the families of both young women are responding this evening saying they never asked our Kelly for single penny. David Stevenson Saami with us tonight. Thank you. Steve. We turn overseas tonight. We have reported. And President Trump wanting US forces out of Syria. The president does acknowledge now a small military footprint is necessary tonight. Look at these new images, hundreds of ISIS fighters, leaving the less territory, they still hold in Syria and this evening top US commander with a new warning. Here's ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel tonight. Tonight's hundreds of desperate in defeated. Isis. Phineas stumbling to surrender. Many of their families. Now huddled in makeshift camps. Does he and hungry but many still defiance? And tonight with the level of US troops in Syria sent to drop from three thousand two full hundred a new warning from the head of US central command. What we are seeing now is not the surrender of ISIS as an organization, but a calculated decision to preserve the safety of their families and preservation of their capabilities in going to ground in remote areas in waiting for the right time to research, we've been covering the plight in Syria, the years, you've got local forces backed by the United States taking the battle to ISIS militants from a so called caliphate that one stretched across large swath of Syria and Iraq it remains with new village of Badu's just one square mile US commanders warning that could still be as many as twenty thousand is is still in Iraq. And that unless the US another come up with a plan the seeds of extremism will continue to grow David in panel tonight. Thank you. Ian, back your home into the economy now gas prices on the rise. Aaa tonight's saying.

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WTVN

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on WTVN

"Station for news, traffic and weather in central Ohio. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Iheartradio station. Reckless. That's how lawmakers in Nevada described the government's delivery of some radioactive material department of energy shipped half a metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium from a site in South Carolina to another in Nevada. But state officials only learn the ship and had already been delivered on Wednesday during a court hearing over their attempt to block it is the is the approach taken. They happen taking Nevada's attorney general Aaron Ford energy department. Lawyers say the ship was not revealed due to national security, and that any additional material move from South Carolina will not be sent to Nevada. Brian Clark ABC news Republican Senator rand Paul has been awarded more than five hundred eighty thousand dollars in damages in medical expenses in his lawsuit against a neighbor who attacked him in two thousand seventeen where neighbors Shay was convicted of attacking Paul over lawn maintenance Chicago police went to question two people in reference to the assault of a TV star. Kaga police say they found surveillance video that shows potential persons of. Interest and the alleged attack on actor, and you can just see smollet police say they portal for hundreds of hours of video from early Tuesday morning. The FBI is already investigating a letter he received a week ago. It his TV studio that was laced with a powdery substance believed to be Tylenol ABC. Stevenson saami. Electronics giant Foxconn is changing course and says a huge Wisconsin plant that was supposed to bring factory jobs back to the midwest. Instead will be primarily used for research and development Milwaukee journal sentinel business reporter Rick Grenell says the global market shifted. So the company did to fill walkie has expressed some concern about that saying that the people who really need these jobs. Look like, they're they're not going to be in line for them. The plant is under construction and scheduled to open in two thousand twenty is president Pence heads to Miami Friday to meet with people who fled Venezuela. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison, Wyatt is the core body temperature actually dropping.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on KOMO

"Stevenson, Saami has more the top brass at the coast guard is now speaking out about servicemembers without paychecks having to get their groceries at food banks. I find it unacceptable that coastguard men and women have to rely on food pantries and donations to get through day to day life, a service members. Cordelia, pray through in Montgomery County. Maryland worries that she could be out on the streets because of the government shutdown for housing is subsidized by federal grant that hasn't been paid since December on maybe in line to become a homeless person. Again, many federal workers some who are working. For free will miss their second paycheck this Friday and from here on out they have to pay their dental and vision insurance premiums out of there already empty pockets. Workers are starting to quit. This is the resignation letter from an air, traffic controller and Madison Wisconsin due to the financial hardship. As a result of the government shutdown. I am forced to resign from my position and seek employment. Elsewhere, I hope for my co workers in France that the shutdown ends Mia Williams in Jonah fryer sin of each work for the TSA for more than a decade. They can't pay the rent and are begging their utility companies to give them a break. I absolutely love. What I do there and quitting my job right now. I cannot even fathom that in like meals said, you know, we're scared. We have families. Nice looking girl. Seattle man just won a huge award is now headed to school. Thanks to a movie star. Komo's Brian Calvert has more. How long has Corey provost been interested in the movies ever..

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Looking for free, diapers and donate canned goods. Luckily, we did start saving when we first heard about the shutdown. So we have a little bit to let. Live off benign not enough to live more than maybe we can a half two weeks. This is a first for the coastguard service members who risked their lives at sea all over the world, take what you need take as much as you need at this coast operation center in Connecticut. The compassion. From strangers is pouring in about MAC and cheese for the kids delivered in boxes of oatmeal. And green beans. The FDA says the food we eat has to be kept safe. So they're calling their people in to the IRS is doing the same more than forty six thousand of their workers are now being called essential. The president is now saying that this shutdown could last for a while. Which isn't the best of news for families who aren't getting a paycheck others who've been called back into work who've had to give up part time jobs that they been using to make ends meet David Stevenson Saami on the shutdown force again tonight. Thank you, Steve. We're also following the terror attacks still unfolding overseas at this hour the deadly hotel attack in Nairobi Kenya. Gunman storming, the hotel and office complex tonight surveillance images. Now emerging of the gunman entering the hotel guests in workers in panic running for their lives and one of the first police officers on the scene saying he saw bodies, but had quote, no time to count the dead and just a short time ago reports of more gunfire. Here's ABC's James Longman now. Kinda gripping Kenya's capital Nairobi as explosions and gunfire ring out terror strikes free PM nitty upscale Doucet hotel, an explosion outside a Bank hits three calls one. A suicide bomb goes off inside the hotel lobby. Surveillance video shows full gunman entering the hotel opening fire, sending guests screaming into the street. People all over themselves to escape through windows crouching in the dut anti-terror squads rushing inside where they go from room to room flushing out. The attack is the operation taking hours plainclothes officers leading days victims to safety. Al-qaeda-linked terror group, Al Shabaab, claiming responsibility. There's no official death toll in today's attack. Witnesses say at least five or killed the government did say the.

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News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Traffic on channel. Von eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Only sixty four the high this afternoon coming up how much colder it gets for tonight. And I four eastbound about eleven minutes from Keighley to Amelia. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five w DVD's twelve thirty two Scott Anez on this Tuesday edition, Orlando's news at noon here on news ninety six point five. Afternoon. I'm Gene Wexler more than one hundred people evacuated from UCF science building this morning after reports of smoke into class just after ten AM UCF. Police tweeted about smoke coming out of a room in the health and public affairs to building. And the Orange County Fire rescue was on scene. Turns out it was coming from a dusty heating unit much like when you turn your heater on in your home for the first time that dust that's on that coil will burn off. And you will get that smell. There were no injuries and things were back to normal within the hour Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO in live oak, which is about an hour west of Jacksonville down. I ten three children ages one four and six were found dead in a freezer chest, which was in the front yard unplugged where they were playing the woman watching the kids went to the restroom, and that's when Swannee county sheriffs say, they believe the kids entered the freezer and became trapped when the lid closed on top of them the woman returned and began searching the area for the kids when she noticed they went missing only to later find them in. In the freezer. George ramirez. News ninety six point five WDBO twenty five of the ongoing partial government shutdown. We told you how Orlando international has been largely unaffected so far Miami had a closed a terminal over the weekend. ABC's Stevenson Saami says TSA workers aren't getting paid and many are calling out sick. He's up in Atlanta at the world's busiest airport..

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Busiest airport in Atlantic along lines that snaked all the way back to baggage claim spelled brief from the government shutdown several security lanes that are normally open during the rush hours remained closed. And people are missing their flights. The lines are longer than expected. So we'll put two and two together. And it looks as if there may be people calling out the government says that more than twice the normal number of TSA workers are calling in sick. And they're struggling in cities like Washington they've had to close checkpoints and Miami were terminal was closed over the weekend in Houston terminal b will stay closed for a third day in a row air traffic controller Jacob James is working with no pay and says, he's told us three girls. No dance class. No, soccer or gymnastics for now. Few hundred dollars per everything for each each of my daughter's it adds up real quick. That is ABC Stevenson Saami reporting five fifteen sports time. We check them in Mike Reiss prompt trying to fill out that coaching staff and potential hires and everything else wanted particularly they brought in the fold that. I think a lot of people are excited about. Yeah. No doubt about it mardi got a big and a good head or good coach yesterday sports brought to us by fix it. Twenty four seven plumbing and heating the Broncos have an offensive line coach. They got a great one Mike munch and the team agreed on a deal. He was the second finalist for the head coaching job that Vic Fangio got Peter King of NBC sports told our sister station, orange and blue seven sixty. He loves the move. That was a fantastic higher getting Mike mon- check at one point. John Elway seriously consider hiring a bunch of it'd be head coach. And now he's going to have him in the building to be the kind of real solid firm hand on one side of the ball that he on the offense. If site that he that he has with Fangio on the defensive side. The Broncos reportedly spoke with. Forty Niners quarterbacks. Coach Rix rich scans Torello yesterday about the offensive coordinator position. Gary kubiak was thought to have been in line to get that job with the Broncos, but things fell apart. Last Friday kubiak is now with the Vikings hired yesterday as assistant head coach and offensive advisor, his son. Clint is the Vikings new quarterbacks coach and Brian Perry on the tight ends coach in Minnesota. We'll talk with our Broncos insider, Mike Klis that seven eleven this morning, no surprise Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Tyler Murrieta Oklahoma declared for the NFL draft. He'll have a decision to make soon playing pro football or baseball big win for the Colorado Avalanche. They beat the Maple Leafs in Toronto six three make it a hat-trick for apps forward. Carl Soderberg all four.

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Day. It starts now. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. As the nation hedging today twenty-five of the partial government shutdown. No shortage of finger pointing the government remained shut down for one reason. And one reason only the Democrats will not fund border security. Senate minority leader Charles Schumer pointing right back at the White House. President is unwilling to move the ball forward. So congress moss ending congress may have to pass measures reopening the government and override a presidential veto with Transportation Security Administration airport screeners among federal employees forced to work for no pay during the shutdown major delays. The government says that more than twice the normal number of TSA workers are calling in sick. And they're struggling in cities like Washington where they've had to close checkpoints and Miami were terminal was closed over the weekend in Houston terminal b will stay close tomorrow for a third day in a row. ABC Stevenson Saami. A congressional hand slap in the works for Iowa. Republican congressman Steve king House Democrats. Radiata resolution of censure for king who has a long history of comments many consider racist. Utah Senator Mitt Romney says king should save. Everybody. The trouble in just resigned, very clear that the party leadership is unified that Steve king is is out of bounds. And that he should no longer be serving in congress. It stands to be the biggest utility bankruptcy in US history. San Francisco based Pacific Gas and electric filing for chapter eleven reorganization, citing at least thirty billion dollars in potential damages in lawsuits over the catastrophic wildfires in California the last two years..

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mckay. Wsb News time is six oh to this is morning news, and here's MARCY Williams, Judd about them. No paycheck today for about eight hundred thousand federal employees WSB's Michelle Wright reports live from the Atlanta airport on the effect. The partial government shutdowns having on TSA workers. Thousand TSA employees statewide that aren't going to get paid today. Now among them. Keita given when we asked her how her colleague she told us at first they were sad. But that's sadness is now turning to anger anger that they provide a service to the American people. Do this job on the they will come to work every day. Chat with public time. The government will. But that's not happening. She says there are no plans for an organized work stoppage here at Hartsfield Jackson, however security, wait times right now at the airport between fifteen and thirty minutes. Reporting live at hartsfield-jackson, Michelle Wright, WSB President Trump's strongly indicates he's on the verge of proclaiming a national emergency in order to build his border wall without congress. He tells FOX and WSB host, Sean Hannity. I can't imagine any reason why not because I'm allowed to do it the laws. One hundred percent on my side money for the wall might be diverted from natural disaster relief in California and Puerto Rico WSB's Jamie Dupree, says not all Republicans support that maneuver GOP, lawmakers aren't sure that's the best idea. Senator Marco Rubio. I think there's some concern about how that power could be used by future presidents one other concern for Republicans is that if the president does act on his own the move might get held up by challenges in court while unpaid federal workers staged protests in and out of DC government workers across the country are taking their anger with Washington to the streets. Keep coming. They don't stop. These are people who are missing this week's paycheck and won't get another one for who knows how long ABC's Stevenson Saami talks to an Atlanta area air, traffic controller worried he might lose his home. If he can't make his mortgage, FBI fears national security is a risk partitioning all of our leaders in Washington to fund the FBI immediately as a matter of national security, Tom O'Connor of the FBI agents association says critical support services are not being met during the shutdown which is poised to become the longest in history after tomorrow USB news time, six oh. Four new from overnight. Tears of joy are shed and Barron Wisconsin after the discovery that thirteen year old Jamie clauses, still alive..

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"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"stevenson saami" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"His campaign website even spilled out a plan to pressure Mexico to quote, make a one time payment of five to ten billion dollars today. A different story one. I said Mexico will pay for the wall of furtive thousands and thousands of people, obviously, they're not going to write a check. But they are paying for the wall indirectly. That is not true either. The president is demanding five point seven billion dollars from congress for the wall and says he won't reopen the government until he gets it reporters today asking if the buck stops with him the buck sapped with everybody they could solve this problem in literally fifteen minutes. All right Mack up in with us live tonight from Texas and met we heard President Trump say there that he would quote, probably almost definitely declare a national emergency to allow the military to build his wall. And tonight, you're learning that the head of the army corps of engineers was actually on Air Force One with the president. That's right. David. He came with the president and stayed with him for much of his time here at the border. Now, we've just thought that the White House has directed. The army corps of engineers to examine its emergency supplemental budget to see if there's enough money in there for the military to build that wall without additional government funding. David Matt guffman in mission, Texas leading us off, Matt. Thank you tomorrow. No checks. We'll go out to those furloughed government workers nearly a million of them other workers will not get back bay. And look at this tonight demonstrations in Ogden, Utah at federal plaza in Chicago at the IRS building in Covington Kentucky at in Washington DC across this country. And tonight the coast guard is out we've this memo advice to its workers who are not getting paid telling them to be creative without their pay have a garage sale offer to watch children, walk pets house. It become a mystery shopper ABC Stevenson Saami with workers across this country. Who say this isn't politics. This is their lives. Government workers across the country are taking their anger with Washington to the streets tonight. The does keep coming. They don't stop. These are people who are missing this week's paycheck and won't get another one for who knows. How long do at the end of this month? I have bills I need to pay. In the meantime, and I'm not able to collect a paycheck about four hundred and twenty thousand of them still have to show up at work, Dan, McCabe is an air traffic controller in suburban Atlanta. Who's working for free tonight? My worry knows we're standing in. How to keep it? Keep it. He and his wife, Heather schoolteacher are worried. They could lose their home if the shutdown lasts. The government has suggested they call their lender. Make a deal, which they did they said, well, we're really sorry that you're going through this that you have thirty days to get your payment in full and after thirty days we report you to the creditors. I mean, we're not driving the bus on this. We're under the bus on this some of their bosses are giving them advice on how to get through this in this tip sheet. The coast guard says they're worker should throw garage sales babysit children or walk the neighbor's dog for extra cash stables with us live outside Atlanta tonight. And Steve President Trump has said repeatedly that most of these workers not getting paid a support. What he's doing right now..

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Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Deputy stayed outside during Parkland school shooting, surveillance video shows

"We have no trade tapestry is everybody else killed so i said well just and you i didn't even know josh i had no idea i just sent you was assume that gonna laugh but there was no joking today canada pointing to the us government website that shows there is an overall surplus not a deficit to the tune of twelve point five billion dollars in two thousand sixteen that did not convince the president instead doubling down tweeting this morning we do have a trade deficit with canada as we do with almost all countries some of the massive the white house says the president was talking about only the deficit in goods with canada omitting the large surplus the us has in services so let's get to martha raddatz with us live tonight as well so martha as you report there the canadians pointing to our own government website and our numbers i david they stuck with that lo que unfazed canadian style simply forwarding those statistics from the us trade representative that show an overall surplus factoring in both goods and services david all right martha raddatz with us tonight martha thanks next tonight newly released surveillance video raising questions about the police response to the deadly shooting at the school in parkland florida video showing former deputy scott peterson outside the school for twenty seven minutes at seventeen people were being shot and killed peterson and a staff member or seen heading toward the building in a gulf car right there he then takes up a position outside the building his lawyer claims peterson believed the shooting was taking place outside he retired rather than face possible suspension we turn out to the school scare and the same community in south carolina that witnessed that deadly church shooting you'll remember when dylann roof went into the manual african methodist episcopal church and killed so many tonight his sister morgan roof has been arrested for allegedly bringing knife and pepper spray and drugs to school her brother is now on death row for killing nine people at that church morgan roof also accused of posting disturbing messages online here's abc's stevenson saami this was happening students across the country were walking out of school.

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