18 Burst results for "Stevo Since Sami"

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

"Has been on hold in the U. S. After reports of rare blood clots in six women, ABC Stevo Since Sami's outside CDC headquarters in Atlanta today, a CDC panel will meet to consider ending that pause. The health officials here who are making this decision today are in a tough spot. Trying to put safety first, but at the same trying trying not to scare Americans away from using these vaccines. Doctor, she's job, Brown University School of Public Health tells ABC All the data suggests that again the adverse events that bad clots that we saw he's insanely insanely rare events you're more likely to get hit by lightning than you are to develop one of these clots. Today is the second day of the virtual climate summit President Biden's hosting Thursday. He called it the existential crisis of our time because scientists tell us that this is the decisive decade. This is the decade we must make decisions that will avoid the worst consequences of the climate crisis. He announced. It are lower in U. S emissions by 50% from their 2005 levels by 2030. Today he's expected to talk about job opportunities created by climate action. President will address Congress next week and ABC is Mary Bruce says it could be a spot to introduce the second part of his infrastructure plan. The president is reportedly going to propose a major tax increase on the most wealthy and wealthy investors. The White House isn't talking about the details or specifics just yet. They say this is all still in flux, but they are stressing the president's commitment not to raise Is on anyone making less than $400,000. A year at the Kennedy Space Center this morning 3214 astronauts aboard a space sex castle atop a NASA rocket successfully launched they're heading for the international space station. And Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in jail says he is ending his hunger strike. You're listening. To ABC News. Stay.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In pain, and for the last year we've been screaming out for help Thousands of unaccompanied minors arriving at the southern border, the spotlight shines once again on the nation's immigration policy. We are working to River to repair what has been an unprepared and dismantle system. And when was the last time you went to game stop, we will explore how investors in one company up ended Wall Street raises real questions about both the future of Wall Street, the future of technology, and it definitely turned the tables in a pretty dramatic way. All ahead on perspective. President Joe Biden sat down for a wide ranging interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos this week. George in the 46 president covered a whole lot of topics about the major controversy surrounding Andrew Cuomo takes a lot of courage to come forward. So presumption is it should be taken seriously. It should be investigated about Vladimir Putin think he's a killer? Mm E do and whether Major Biden, one of the president's German shepherds is in a little bit of trouble after allegedly biting a member of the Secret Service is major out of the doghouse. Give me the answer is yes, but it was on Wednesday. Not long after that interview aired that Joe Biden went from answering questions toe offering condolences for the terror that struck Georgia. Whatever the motivation here, I know that Asian Americans are Very Very concerned. Eight people were killed, including six Asian women by a young, white male shooter. He enter three different spas opening fire. He was charged with eight counts of murder, confessing to the crimes and claiming they were not racially motivated. Instead, he says he was struggling with the sex addiction. Law Enforcement mentioned the Goodmans claims in a press conference. He was pretty much fed up that have been going to end of his rope and On if there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did. That was police captain Jay Bakker, The spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. ABC. Stevo Since Sami from Atlanta reported on this story all week and says those comments were poorly received. It's upset. Great deal of people of all colors who feel that the police aren't on the side based on that statement of the Asian victims in this case, now this nation has seen a huge spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Over the past year. We've talked about it on this show. According to data from the group. Stop A P. I hate a P. I stands for Asian American Pacific Islander. By the way, there were nearly 3800 anti Asian hate incidents of the U. S between March of last year and the end of last month. This is an emotional story for a lot of people, including GM, a co anchor Eva Pilgrim. Her family is Korean. This week. She emphasized how important it is to humanize the victims in this shooting, and she also told us about her own experience as an Asian American. I talked to Eva about all of it this week. As of now evil. What can you tell us about those who were killed this week and the crime itself? Well, there's.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:25 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And for the last year we've been screaming out for help Thousands of unaccompanied minors arriving at the southern border, the spotlight shines once again on the nation's immigration policy. We are working to River to repair what has been an unprepared and dismantle system. And when was the last time you went to game stop, we'll explore how investors in one company up ended Wall Street raises real questions about both the future of Wall Street, the future of technology, and it definitely turned the tables in a pretty dramatic way. All ahead on perspective. Okay. President Joe Biden sat down for a wide ranging interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos this week. George in the 46 president covered a whole lot of topics about the major controversy surrounding Andrew Cuomo takes a lot of courage to come forward, so the presumption is that should be taken seriously. It should be investigated about Vladimir Putin think he's a killer? Mm hmm. Do and whether Major Biden, one of the president's German shepherds is in a little bit of trouble after allegedly biting a member of the Secret Service is major out of the doghouse. Give me the answer is yes, but it was on Wednesday. Not long after that interview aired that Joe Biden went from answering questions toe offering condolences for the terror that struck Georgia. Whatever the motivation here, I know that Asian Americans are Very, very concerned. Eight people were killed, including six Asian women by a young, white male shooter. He entered three different spas opening fire. He was charged with eight counts of murder, confessing to the crimes and claiming they were not racially motivated. Instead, he says he was struggling with the sex addiction. Law Enforcement mentioned the Goodmans claims in a press conference. He was pretty much fed up that have been going at the end of his rope and And if there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did. That was police captain Jay Bakker, The spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. ABC. Stevo Since Sami from Atlanta reported on this story all week and says those comments were poorly received. It's upset. Great deal of people of all colors who feel that the police aren't on the side based on that statement of the Asian victims in this case, now this nation has seen a huge spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Over the past year. We've talked about it on this show. According to data from the group. Stop A P. I hate a P. I stands for Asian American Pacific Islander. By the way, there were nearly 3800 anti Asian hate incidents in the U. S between March of last year and the end of last month. This is an emotional story for a lot of people, including GM, a co anchor Eva Pilgrim. Her family is Korean. This week. She emphasized how important it is to humanize the victims in this shooting, and she also told us about her own experience as an Asian American. I talked to Eva about all of it this week. As if now evil. What can you tell us about those who were killed this week and the crime itself? Well, there's.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

"Pain, and for the last year we've been screaming out for help Thousands of unaccompanied minors arriving at the southern border, the spotlight shines once again on the nation's immigration policies. We are working to We're to repair what has been an unprepared and dismantle system. And when was the last time you went to game stop, we will explore how investors in one company up ended Wall Street raises real questions about both the future of Wall Street, the future of technology, and it definitely turned the tables in a pretty dramatic way. Allow ahead on perspective. President Joe Biden sat down for a wide ranging interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos this week. George and the 46 president covered a whole lot of topics about the major controversy surrounding Andrew Cuomo takes a lot of courage to come forward, so the presumption is it should be taken seriously. And it should be investigated about Vladimir Putin think he's a killer? MM E do and whether Major Biden, one of the president's German shepherds, is in a little bit of trouble after allegedly biting a member of the Secret Service is major out of the doghouse. Yeah. The answer is, yes, but it was on Wednesday. Not long after that interview aired that Joe Biden went from answering questions toe offering condolences for the terror that struck Georgia. Whatever the motivation here, I know that Asian Americans are very, uh, Very concerned. Eight people were killed, including six Asian women by a young, white male shooter. He entered three different spas opening fire. He was charged with eight counts of murder, confessing to the crimes and claiming they were not racially motivated. Instead, he says, he was struggling with a sex addiction. Law Enforcement mentioned the Goodmans claims in a press conference. He was pretty much fed up that have been kind of end of his rope and on yes, there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did. That was police captain Jay Bakker, The spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. ABC. Stevo Since Sami from Atlanta reported on this story all week and says those comments were poorly received. It's upset. Great deal of people of all colors who feel that the police aren't on the side based on that statement off the Asian victims in this case now this nation has seen a huge spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Over the past year. We've talked about it on this show. According to data from the group. Stop A P. I hate a P. I stands for Asian American Pacific Islander. By the way, there were nearly 3800 anti Asian hate incidents in the U. S between March of last year and the end of last month. This is an emotional story for a lot of people, including GM, a co anchor Eva Pilgrim. Her family is Korean. This week. She emphasized how important it is to humanize the victims in this shooting, and she also told us about her own experience as an Asian American. I talked to Eva about all of it this week. As of now evil. What can you tell us about those who were killed this week and the crime itself? Well, there's not.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Sherry Preston coming up deadly shootings in Georgia. As violence continues against Asian Americans, Our community is bleeding. We are in pain, and for the last year we've been screaming out for help Thousands of unaccompanied minors arriving at the southern border, the spotlight shines once again on the nation's immigration policy. We are working To refer to repair what has been an unprepared and dismantled system. And when was the last time you went to game stop, we'll explore how investors in one company up ended Wall Street raises real questions about both the future of Wall Street, the future of technology, and it definitely turned the tables in a pretty dramatic way. Alot Ahead on perspective. President Joe Biden sat down for a wide ranging interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos this week. George in the 46 president covered a whole lot of topics about the major controversy surrounding Andrew Cuomo takes a lot of courage to come forward, So the presumption is it should be taken seriously and it should be investigated about Vladimir Putin think he's a killer. Mm E do and whether Major Biden, one of the president's German shepherds is in a little bit of trouble after allegedly biting a member of the Secret Service is major out of the doghouse. Give me the answer is yes, but it was on Wednesday. Not long after that interview aired that Joe Biden went from answering questions toe offering condolences for the terror that struck Georgia. Whatever the motivation here, I know that Asian Americans are very, very concerned. Eight people were killed, including six Asian women by a young, white male shooter. He enter three different spas opening fire. He was charged with eight counts of murder, confessing to the crimes and claiming they were not racially motivated. Instead, he says, he was struggling with a sex addiction. Law enforcement mentioned the Goodmans claims in a press conference. He was pretty much fed up. I've been kind of end of his rope and On. Yes, there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did. That was police captain Jay Bakker, The spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. ABC. Stevo Since Sami from Atlanta reported on this story all week and says those comments were poorly received. It's upset. Great deal of people of all colors who feel that the police aren't on the side based on that statement off the Asian victims in this case now this nation has seen a huge spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Over the past year. We've talked about it on this show. According to data from the group. Stop A P. I hate a P. I stands for Asian American Pacific Islander. By the way, there were nearly 3800 anti Asian hate incidents of the U. S between March of last year and the end of last month. This is an emotional story for a lot of people, including GM, a co anchor Eva Pilgrim. Her family is Korean. This week. She emphasized how important it is to humanize the victims in this shooting, and she also told us about her own experience as an Asian American. I talked to Eva about all of it this week. As of now evil. What can you tell us about those who were killed this week and the crime itself? Well,.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"When it comes to protecting and defending America. Being there matters in America's Navy is already there. Anyways, you're wearing Agent Sparling chaotic, tragic scene in and around Atlanta, Georgia this week, police say a gunman opened fire in three separate spaz owned and operated by people of Asian descent. Authorities say the alleged gunman targeted the business is sending officers on a chase ABC Stevo Since Sami has more Asian families who live in the North Atlanta suburbs are frightened, angered and heartbroken over the murder, said the eight people here, six of them Asian women, and they're asking us to remember Emily And she owned Young's Asian massage where the white man with the gun was seen on surveillance video walking into her business before police say he shot four people dead. She's a mother with a daughter, who recently graduated college investigators say that 21 year old Robert Aaron Long bought the gun he's accused of using on the day of the killings. Police have charged him with eight counts of murder, and he's currently in the custody of police in the Atlanta suburbs. The murders Tuesday night of shaken both Atlanta and America. Asian lawmakers in Georgia and on Capitol Hill are demanding Maura attention to the thousands of physical assault on Asian Americans in the last year. They blame the racist notions that Asians are responsible for the pandemic. The police and the suburbs have had to replace the officer who runs their briefings after Captain J. Baker said this about the accused murderer he understood The gravity of it, and he was Pretty much fed up, but it didn't end of his rope and on if there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did, saying that the 21 year old had a bad day felt ridiculously insensitive to friends and family of the people killed. In a statement, The sheriff apologized, saying that these words were not intended to disrespect any of the victims or the gravity of this tragedy. Baker was trying unsuccessfully to share what the alleged gunman told investigators. But now an old Facebook post of his is causing even more concerned. It reads. Place your order, while they last above pictures of T shirts that read Covert 19 imported virus from China. It's the same message that people bringing flowers to the memorials find hurtful. And they're saying the names of Delaney Ayaan and Value Fang, who.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Found that from 2008 to 2019, there was a 64% increase in crimes in the LGBT community 89% against the Jewish community on 142% against the Middle Eastern community. A couple of state lawmakers have come up with a bill requiring California to set up a toll free hotline for reporting hate crimes. There would also be an online system for reporting incidents anonymously. The bill was introduced in response to the spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during the pandemic. Covered. California says three million people in the state can get cheaper health care Thanks to the latest cove in 19 Relief Bill, executive director Peter Lee says up to $30 million will be spent to encourage more than a million uninsured people to sign up for health care through the affordable Care act. With particular emphasis on the communities have been hardest hit by the covert panda back in the recession can use of color, Hispanic, Asian African American low in community They've been hard hit. We're going to be targeting them in our average. Lee says more subsidies will lower premiums allowing more people to afford coverage. Ah, judges ordered Loma Linda Medical Center to meet a family's demand to keep their father who has cove in 19 alive. Andres Bondo will remain on ECMO life support for another three weeks. Andres Bonded, Junior says This gives his family time to get his dad's medical records and we're trying to have moved to another hospital because it seems like Loma Linda doesn't want to treat for him. Junior says The doctors had planned to take his dad off life support yesterday and that the doctors told him any response from his dad was just a reaction from the machine. I was like, How is this? The reaction is pupil is following me? My sister is talking to him. She's moving the phone. He's following the phone. Rob Newton CAF? I news. Johnson and Johnson says it's working on modified versions of its code 19 vaccine to help protect against variants of the virus. Johnson and Johnson makes the single dose vaccine. It's been found to be 66% effective, overall and 85% effective at preventing the most serious infections. President Biden and Vice President Harris. They're going to Atlanta, ABC Stevo since Sami says the visit is in response to this week's deadly shootings at three massage parlors. They will meet at the state house with this state's delegation of Asian American lawmakers, and they're also meet with other deeply concerned citizens. Six of the seven women killed were Asian. But the accused shooter told police he did not target the business because of race. Police say the man told them he had a sex addition, addiction and a man charged with robbing the Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles in Pasadena, is also accused of pulling a gun on sheriff's detectives. Police say the guy got mad at Roscoe's employees February 3rd because he didn't want to wear a mask. They say he then pulled a gun and demanded a bag of food. He also took food. The other people had ordered sheriff's homicide detectives were investigating a murder near Irwindale. Three weeks later, when they ran into the guy. He was arrested after a standoff..

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Old man is in custody. ABC Stevo since Sami says no motive has been identified, but that the majority of the victims are Asian women. President Biden has been briefed on this there have been in Increasing number of tax against Asian Americans in this country. Most people believe tied to this racist trope that Asians are somehow responsible for the Corona virus because of where the virus began. I should also point out again that we still have no motive that police are identifying in this case, but police in cities across the country responding to this protectively stepping up patrols, Vision Asian communities, including New York City, where the police department's counterterrorism unit said it's deploying assets to our great Asian communities across the city out of an abundance of caution. And police in Oakland, California say they're also monitoring the Georgia shootings. Dave Packer ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time 7 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center. There are two active police situations this morning in the area after a lockdown at the round his distribution center in a condom a lot. WTMJ is Tony Bed. Doctors live in the breaking news center. Jean details are still scarce. When we do know is that police are calling it an active tactical situation at the Roundy Center. It's just off of highway 60, 70 Delafield road and Economy. Walk. It's been on lockdown for several hours this morning. Police would not confirm why they were responding or any other further details asking drivers to avoid highway 67 south of the Interstate. Meanwhile, a massive police present on Milwaukee's north West side after a police pursuit TMJ force Ryan Jenkins is near 92nd in towns and where a car crashed into the yard of a home following what police say was the pursuit in that pursuit. Took place shortly after we heard from the authorities in a condom, a walkabout that active tactical situation, so it's still unclear at these two situations are connected. But I can tell you that Milwaukee County Medical Examiner is responding to the situation in two sheriff's deputies from Waukesha County, also on the scene. Influx of migrants along the southern U. S border continues to worsen people being told that it's easier to cross into the states under the Biden administration, the word's out that right now is a good time to try to get into the United States. Melody brings humanitarian aid to those in need along the Texas border in Alamo. She sees the influx of migrants every day and says the smaller communities don't have the ability to sustain. The high volume of people want to believe that this is the land of the free And that their life will be better. And what happens is they come and they get stuck in this big machine That's not working well. Eliza Barclay WTMJ News Ron Johnson ruling out to run for governor next year, Johnson floating the possibility of a run in 2019. However, he remains undecided about whether or not he'll seek a third term in the Senate People 16 and older with certain medical conditions are now eligible to get a covert 19 vaccine starting Monday, one week earlier than planned. And Milwaukee County. Taking that a step further. County executive David Crowley anyone 18 years of age and older and who lives in the 10 counties. ZIP.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The suspect, a 21 year old man is in custody. ABC Stevo Since Sami says no motive has been identified, but that the majority of the victims are Asian women. President Biden has been briefed on this. There have been increasing number of tax against Asian Americans in this country. Most people believe tied to this racist trope that Asians are somehow responsible for the Corona virus because of where the virus began. I should also point out again that we still have no motive that police are identifying in this case, but police in cities across the country are responding to this protectively. Stepping up patrols is Asian communities, including New York City, where the police department's counterterrorism unit said it's deploying assets to our great Asian communities across the city out of an abundance. Of caution, and police in Oakland, California say they're also monitoring the Georgia shootings. Dave Packer ABC News It is now coming up on 905 and a big crackdown underway in the city of Miami Beach Police chief Richard Clements announcing that Miami Dade PD and coral cables, cops are now working with their city's officers to ensure safety. Also, he announced that parking garages will be closing at eight p.m. and that the MacArthur Causeway may close. The changes come after a 27 year old man was shot to death Monday night along Pine Tree Drive. Coming up on nine. Oh, six. Forecasters are warning of nasty weather A heads up If you are traveling today from Arkansas, Alabama, A severe weather outbreak is predicted from southern Missouri to the Florida Panhandle and from Louisiana, Tennessee. The highest risk of tornadoes is in parts of Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi. And even Arkansas. More news at 9 30. It's nine Oh, six. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you..

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Workers like Ms Fernandez until this pandemic is over. But Republican leader Mitch McConnell is calling the package and ideological liberal spending spree filled with things completely unrelated to the pandemic. Republicans plan to introduce numerous amendments to the bill. Schumer is vowing to plow our through and get it passed. Regardless, we are not. We are not going to be timid. In the face of big challenges. We are not. We are not going to delay when urgent action is called for. The Senate will move forward today. With the American rescue plan. This is likely to go well into the weekend. The nearly $2 trillion bill includes direct shacks of $1400 to Americans under certain income thresholds. Employers hired more workers than expected last month. According to today's latest labor report. The U. S economy added 379,000 jobs in February. It's better than economists were expecting, but only a dent in the 10 million jobs needed to make up for what was lost in the pandemic in February, most of the hiring occurred in leisure and hospitality with smaller gains in temporary help healthcare in manufacturing. Economists hope the increases will get bigger as restrictions. These vaccines are administered and the infection rate comes down. That was a B C's Aaron could escape and it's a turning point in the pandemic. More than two million vaccine doses are now being put into arms every day across the U. S. Here's a B C's Stevo since Sami with more on that in New York. They were up all night at Yankee Stadium, where they're now giving out that single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine but I could feel like everyone should Take it. You can't go wrong. I don't think so. States like Texas say that the vaccine is just one of the reasons why they're now starting to ease up on covert related restrictions starting next week. The state no longer requires anyone to wear face covering. In public health officials in the Lone Star state have been opposing the removal of that mask mandate, saying the governor is making that call too soon. Meantime, nearly two million Cupid vaccines have been administered so far. In Massachusetts. This includes 1.3 million residents who have gotten at least the first dose and more than 600,000 residents who are fully vaccinated in Massachusetts right now. Against the virus restaurants and Rhode Island can welcome or patrons starting today, they can now see that 66% capacity. That's an increase from the previous limit of 50%. Rhode Island gyms are also now permitted to have one customer for 100 Square feet compared to 125 seat. Also, there is another step towards normal. Governor, Lamont says restaurants will be able to open at full capacity March 19 were beginning to get a handle on what works. It's not so much a question of how you would just the dialogue. I think we're finding what works is wearing the mask, social distancing and vaccinations. Also, sports and entertainment venues will be able to increase capacity and the state travel ban has been lifted. Lawrence is looking to increase fines against illegal clubs. Big time that will BBC's Karen Regal with this story, Lawrence has a problem with illegal underground clubs and with fines rather small around 300 bucks per violation. The city's acting mayor wants to increase the fiscal penalties significantly, Mayor Kendra's Vasquez is requesting a home rule petition that would increase the fine to 10. $1000. This is a concern to me, not only because of covert but also because he post.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

"The Comb all Morning news for your Friday It's the fifth day of March Should Greg has the day off Amanda Factor. Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk. The U. S. Capitol. Police say the National Guard needs to stay in Washington D C a bit longer. Capitol Police have officially put in their request to hold the troops of Capitol Hill at least 60 more days because of security concerns. The Centers for Disease Control and Bridget President Prevention says for the first time in the U. S more than two million Cove in 19 vaccine doses are being put into arms. Each day. The update from ABC Stevo Since Sami in New York They were up all night at Yankee Stadium, where they're now giving out that single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine I feel like everyone should Take it. You can't go wrong. I don't think so. States like Texas say that the vaccine is just one of the reasons why they're now starting to ease up on covert related restrictions starting next week. The state no longer requires anyone to wear face covering in public. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has gotten an earful from public health officials over this and answered his critics Thursday night, the mask requirement being eliminated. Is it going to make that big of a change in the state of Texas? Also, people in Texas will continue to wear mask even though there's not a state mandate. Mississippi is also saying goodbye to face masks and in California high schools are getting back to indoor and outdoor sports. But in states like Connecticut, Alabama and West Virginia, there's still so concerned about the spread of disease. They are extending rules requiring masks. The bottom line is we give the mayor's mandate in place for more than a general spirit of time because it's helped in Atlanta, the city's mayor is asking people not to come to town for the NBA All Star game this weekend. She and others point out that across the U. S. Georgia has the sixth highest number of reported covert cases in the last seven days and the fifth highest number of deaths. On top of all that Georgia ranks dead last in the number of shots in arms for every 100,000 people. We anticipate there'll be a lot of activities, especially in our night life district's, and so we're just making sure that we are prepared. The N B. A is not selling any tickets to the All Star game. It's closed to the public, and there are no official public events. But authorities still worry that bars, restaurants and night clubs will be packed. Both the president and the director of the CDC are now trying to convince states that now is not the time to roll back public health measures. They worry that we will lose many of the games that we've made against the coronavirus. All the Senate is moving forward with a vote on President Biden's covert relief package. Republicans have vowed to fight this code would relief package every single step of the way overnight, forcing all 628 pages of this bill to be read out loud on the Senate floor. Now that took Nearly 11 hours and still not a single Republican senator is on board with this bill, still opposing that $1.9 trillion package Now in price tag, Democrats have laid the groundwork to be able to push this through on their own. But they did have to make some changes in order to win over some moderate Democrats in their own party. So they threw out that $15 an hour minimum wage hike, and they have now limited those $1400 stimulus checks. It was making up to $75,000 a year now, those earning $80,000 will receive a slightly smaller check. This also includes 100 and $60 billion for testing and vaccines. Would enhance those federal unemployment benefits now expiring in August. Now, of course, lawmakers here under a quick deadline. They have two weeks to get this through. Both the Senate and the House of Federal employee benefits are set to expire on March. 14 maybe sees Rachel Scott. Come on his time now. 5 19, a Dallas police officer, is under arrest in connection with two murders. Officer Brian Risers accused in the deaths of two people in 2017. He was arrested following an investigation by the FBI in Dallas PD Riser reportedly had a relationship with at least one of the victims, but the motive for the murders is still unknown. The NBA All Star Game is coming to Atlanta this weekend league's top players will take the court's Sunday night at State Farm Arena. With the three point and slam dunk contest surrounding the game and the ninth film in the fast and furious franchise is being pushed back again. F nine as they call it is now expected to hit theaters. June 25th. Universal originally set the movie's release date for May 22nd of last year but moved it because of the Corona virus pandemic. Come on this time 5 20 that's trying to get to our propel insurance Money Update. All the Labor Department is said to release the February jobs report in just about 10 Minutes it's expected the department will report that.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ago. Well, I'm sorry how that's on you. Why should we waive those fees Because you weren't paying attention because you're letting the phone be the parent for you, which we're all guilty of doing. I'm guilty of that, too, as well. But you know, I'm saying is he also have toe Kind of pay attention this stuff. It's like getting upset that you have. I don't know. Cable or direct TV or you two go whatever. And there's you know the adult settings and your kids. Look, obviously, you could downloading porn. It's like, Well, there there are there are passwords there. You could engage if you choose to do so. You just decided not to. That's I knew not them. Quick. Time out, wouldn't return to the show. Chris Smith, a man vice mayor and chair of long Public safety is here Is he great Cleanup of 2021 begins relative to City Council on what can be done to protect The public from bad actors that are on the take. As we've seen in 2020. He's next on the show on 700. W Liberty, Cincinnati News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati Shifting the balance of power with the 11 o'clock report. Dumb Ricky, you Chino Breaking now. The stakes were extremely high in yesterday's run off elections in Georgia, and it appears that both Senate seats are going to flip blue, meaning that the Democrats will pick up Both of those seats take control in the Senate, giving President elect Joe Biden, the Democrat majority in both the House and the Senate. Democrats have won one and possibly both of the Senate runoff races in the state of Georgia. ABC News projecting Raphael Warnock beat Kelly Leffler, ABC Stevo Since Sami has more from Atlanta on that historic win, he is the.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTVN

"Ballots have been filed for this upcoming runoff election and 1000 of those ballots have been returned to county. And state officials. Early voting starts a week from today. ABC Stevo Since Sami in Atlanta less than two weeks to holiday recess, Congress is tasked with passing a continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown and another covert relief package. You're listening to ABC News. News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Wyatt. The Ohio Department of Health is reporting over 9273 new coronavirus cases around the state today, the governor says the state's also recorded over 336 new hospitalizations for the virus around the state of hospitals have told Mei it's unsustainable at this level. So we've got to not only slow it down from going up. We got started taking it started taking it down. This all comes as the death toll from the virus in Ohio. Now, top 7063 new deaths were just recorded yesterday. Congress is on the clock. Meanwhile, to reach an agreement on a new coronavirus relief bill, and a proposal should come together this week. It's something Governor Mike DeWine is encouraging. In a statement, Governor DeWine says a new covert relief packages much needed. Congress has been talking for months about a new round of financial help, but there's been no agreement. Yet. A recently announced bipartisan framework Bill worth some $900 billion would include money for state and local governments. Governor says many vital programs from the original cares Act have already run out of money and more set to expire before the end of the year. I'm Jack Crumley. Staffing shortages due to the coronavirus have led MetroHealth to temporarily close seven of their medical facilities. They will remain shuttered at least through the end of this year cannot let or hospitals get to the point where health care is dramatically threatened. He thinks some of the things that we've done the curfew, additional mass worrying have helped, but they have not helped enough and we're going to have to do more. The governor essentially said today that that 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew on retail businesses looks to be extended this week as we continue to fight increase in case numbers, hospitalizations and a rising death toll. And Ohio Bar has been sighted this week for violating state health orders. The Ohio investigative unit says they found around 500 people at Columbus is after math club on Saturday night with no social distancing or face masks in sight. The club has now been sighted and it could.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KOMO

"74% of cases. Quite frankly, this is unacceptable, and we need folks to turn that around California now under stay at home order, Xabi sees Matt Gutman in Los Angeles. Disturbing news out of L. A County health office, announcing that the number of health care workers who've contracted the virus has more than doubled. Just over the past in the White House will host a vaccine summit tomorrow, focusing on distribution, But representatives from Fizer or Madonna will not be there. Nor will anyone from the Biden transition team. Georgia's certified the November election for a third time awarding the state's electors. President elect Biden, Secretary of State says it's now time to focus on the Senate runoff elections. Already, nearly a million requests for absentee ballots have been filed for this upcoming runoff election and 1000 of those ballots have been returned to county. And state officials. Early voting starts a week from today. ABC Stevo Since Sami in Atlanta less than two weeks to holiday recess, Congress is tasked with passing a continuing resolution to avert a government shutdown. And another covert relief package. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed The comb Oh. Evening news Monday evening in Seattle. Cloudy skies rain on the way the forecast coming up downtown now 52 degrees. Come on. Use time 602. I'm ELISA Jaffe. Would Rick van sites and here the top stories from the camo 24 7 News center. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin has announced she will not run for re election, the latest from Como's Jeff Pooja in a term beleaguered by protests, violence and the covert 19 pandemic. Working so much of the support she had when she was first elected slip away. Efforts were launched to have her recall, though none fully materialized, And today she announced that she will not be running again. I could spend the next year campaigning to keep this job or focus all my energy on doing the job. There was only one right choice for our city, doing the job that from a video she posted online. This creates an open seat that is likely to draw on numerous candidates and 2021. Also further speculation that Durkin may join the Biden administration. She, of course served as the U. S attorney for Western Washington under President Obama. The Durkin says she has not been approached by the Biden transition team. Jeff Pooja look come on use the family of Chez Taylor has settled with the city over his death at the hands of Seattle Police. The agreement was entered into court today and includes $1.5 million Taylor was shot and killed during an undercover drug bust in 2016. The officers involved were not charged with a crime. The city says they hope today's settlement will bring closure for the family. Taylor's family has not commented. The Pierce County Council is one step closer to splitting with the city of Tacoma and their shared health Department. Como's Charlie Harder reports from Pierce County, the council is moving quickly to dissolve its decades long collaboration with Tacoma over public health. Republican Council member Pam Roach says it so the people of Pierce County have better representation on the health board. The fact of the pandemic has absolutely nothing to do with governance. You still have to hire people to run the place right committee took public comment for nearly an hour. With no one saying they like the movies. That disgraceful move that will harm not only your constituents of the workers, we serve those constituents. You can save yourselves and everyone else a lot of time and effort. If you kill it now and then come back after the public health crisis of the pandemic is behind us to work together to come up with a plan the full council votes next week. NPR's county. Charlie, Harder. Come. Oh news still to come on. Come on. Ryan Harris with what A prosecutor says you should watch for to protect your kids from online predators. Someone whose time 604 traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Marina. Well, a collision we had that was blocking for quite some time in total Leggett, one 24th and partially blocking the ramp. It looks like that's been cleared out of the way and I really don't see much of a backup left. We now have the First Avenue South Bridge closed for boat traffic, so that's highway 99 both directions. Making your approach to the First Avenue South Bridge. You're next coma Traffic at 6 14 was.

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Utah Republican Mitt Romney says Extreme times call for extreme measures borrowing money. Don't like spending money. We don't have At the time to borrow money may be the only time to borrow money is when there's a crisis and this is a crisis. We want to help people at this particular time. Meantime, President elect Joe Biden weighing in today as he heads home back to Delaware, heard about back Says he'll take a look when he gets back with a little more to say. This afternoon, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, saying that Congress has to pass additional coronavirus relief as these cases continue to rise, we are in a moment of genuine national catastrophe. Rates of new cases of hospitalizations and deaths of the highest or near the highest of it any point during this awful pandemic. Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's met with the Treasury secretary reviewing proposals to try to figure out what President Trump would actually sign into law. More news Now here's KPK is Joe Michael's city. Sacramento County has a new acting county eggs executive while its current CEO was under investigation. The county's Kim Nava, saying the county's human assistance director, and Edwards will serve in the position while county executive Knave Gillis investigated the board had voted unanimously Place County Executive Gil on paid administrative leave. A number of county employees are accusing you of misconduct, including sexism, racism and intimidation, they say, led to a toxic work environment. Edwards has served as director of human assistance since 2014. She's the first woman to be appointed to the position. Northern California School of the Arts is hosting a free virtual workshop for Sacramento area K. 12 teachers on biases behaviors and believes that could impact learning speaker anymore says it's about teachers challenging themselves to do better in the classroom so important that we continue to evolve our skills and educators. The workshop is being hosted by the Northern California School of the Arts and will take place Wednesday from 4 to 6 P.m.. Invitations are open to all K 12 teachers, But spots are limited for more information and registration visit nor Cal s O t a doddle Warg kitty. All right, Joe Michaels. Thank you. For that, and a secretary. A band will be using a familiar landmark in an upcoming Livestream event. Cape AKI's Alex Tasker has that story. Sacramento based Band Dance Gavin Dance announced that they will have a Livestream concert on December 19th. The concert has been filmed using the scenic Tower Bridge as the backdrop, the band announced Tuesday. They allowed fans Savona, which songs they will play, including some songs that they've never performed. Live tickets are available online for this. Show. Earlier this year, The band released their album Afterburner, which reached 14 on the Billboard list, making them one of Sacramento's best kept musical secrets. Alex ask your news 93.1 kfbk Well, good for them, and now we'll get you caught up with this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. There are nearly 100,000 people in the U. S hospitals with covert 19 and the covert tracking project says that's an all time high. L a County reporting a record 7593 new cases today, a CDC advisory panel says health care workers and seniors in nursing home should get the first doses of the covert vaccine. FDA still hasn't yet approved any of the vaccines for emergency use. And the head of the agency got an earful from the White House Because of this, he explains that the Fizer vaccine could get a green light after a meeting next week. ABC Stevo Since Sami in Atlanta attorney General Bar says the Justice Department's found no evidence of widespread voter fraud, which contradicts the president's continued claims. Newly unsealed documents show the Justice Department is looking into allegations that lobbyists may have tried to bribe White House officials in exchange for pardons, a department official says no government official Was or is a target of the probe, but the White House isn't commenting. Dairy evolving or ABC. New. Okay, 6, 36 and coming up. We'll look at our poll question one last time. We're talking about the CDC determining today or recommending, I should say who should get the when it's proved covered Vaccine virus. Vaccine for the virus first, so we've been taking your calls. It's your last chance to do it. You dial pound to 50 on your smartphone and stay open mic. And then we'll play. We had quite a bit come in today on this, and some agreed with his C D. C for health care workers. Others did not. They had some other ideas on who they thought should get a first. But We'll talk about that ahead. 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"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"ABC. Your voice your boat in the sixth underside of states. The vote count is trudging along and legal challenges are moving fast to judge in Georgia today in Chatham County, dismissing a trump campaign lawsuit filed along the state's Republican Party line that claimed the county might have mishandled some 60 ballots. ABC Stevo since Sami meantime, in Atlanta, where officials signal that they're close to finalizing account, Fulton County is wrapping up a CZ We speak on Gwinnett County is now counting some of the different absentee ballots that they had issues that we are expecting in the next few hours, the secretary of state to give us Ah, better sense of where these numbers are. Joe Biden showing a growing lead in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona, but all too close to call in Las Vegas, former Director of National Intelligence, Rick Grenell said they filed a federal lawsuit. To stop the counting of what they call illegal votes and say that they have some evidence. Biden's campaign calling the lawsuits meritless with continuing coverage. Michelle Franzen, ABC NEWS Time for the Double E T, M. J. Drake and Associates Market Update. It's been a nice rally on Wall Street so far this week that I was still up. Not as much as it was, but it's up 319 out of 28,000 to 38 the NASDAQ Up 232 8 11,021. Yes, and beats up 54 to 30 for 98 times a paella double dot com Time Saver Traffic 94 eastbound Highway 16 through the zoo interchange to the Marquette interchange is on time. It's 17 minutes, heads up. Penny for westbound. This is in Walker shot County beyond Highway 16 road work being done before you get the 83, so you'll see some slowdowns in that stretch. 41 45 South Highway Cute to the zoo delay free. It's 15 43 south on Broadway road into downtown, full freeway speeds They're getting into the city. It's about a 12 minute trip..

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"stevo since sami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"stevo since sami" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"4445 F. M. Glendale, Phoenix. This is Arizona's newest station. Our news 93 FM. From ABC News. I'm Daria holding her. It's one of the most promising studies of a covert 19 vaccine. Now, AstraZeneca's put its trial on hold ABC Stevo since Sami explains why the final stages of human trials at the University of Oxford are being put on hold because one of their volunteers reportedly suffered a suspected serious adverse reaction. A spokesman for the company Developing the drug tells a medical news service that there now hoping to minimise any potential impact of the trial time law. There are 34 covert vaccines in human trials with 145 and pre clinical development. The Justice Department wants to represent President Trump in a defamation lawsuit brought by advice columnist E. Jean Carel. The department says the president acted within the scope of his office when he accused Carol of lying after she accused him of rape. For the second time this month, President Trump's visited the battleground state of North Carolina president telling a pact airport campaign rally in Winston Salem that he is the most disparage president in U. S history. Nobody has been through What I've been through is president of the United States. Nobody you know, they used to say, Abraham Lincoln got the worst press. I said there's no way he got worse than president telling supporters that every criticism,.

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Republicans urge more tax cuts as elections near

Atlanta's Morning News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Republicans urge more tax cuts as elections near

"Kind of like yesterday is sixty percent chance of showers and storms this afternoon with high Eighty-eight number two the search continues for the driver of a U-Haul wanted for a deadly hit and run the seventy nine year old victim. Well known in the neighborhood along Johnson road and Lawrenceville number three hurricane watches now up along the Carolina coast is still beat South Carolina to the North Carolina Virginia border, maybe Stevo Samis reporting from folly beach near Charleston, South Carolina already talking about a contra flow on interstate

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