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04:24 min | 1 year ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"News radio 8 40. W H A s. Our top story takes us to the barn of Bob Baffert. He has released a statement on the potential source of the Beta method zone that's been found in Medina Spirit, according to a statement that has been issued to the daily Racing form. Baffert says that The medication was in an ointment that was put on the horse while he was at Santa Anita. The horse, of course, still in limbo at Pimlico Park. We'll have more on the situation later in this newscast. Now we head to the Newburgh neighborhood where l. A PD is working a triple shooting. Call came in first off of two people shot at the Red Roof Inn. That's the intersection of Bishop and Newberg. Both of those people were taken to university hospital, a woman suffering from what appears to be a non life threatening wound and a man. Who at last check was in critical condition simultaneously. Officers in the first division were called to Jewish Hospital downtown on a man who had been shot his injuries described as non life threatening. He was taken to university hospital and Was later determined his shooting was related to the Red Roof Inn situation. The investigation is ongoing. If you know anything called the anonymous tip line, which is of course, 574 l e m p. D. All eyes are on Pimlico Race course. Now that is where Medina spirit is, and this afternoon is the post position draw for this weekend's Preakness Stakes. It's still unclear Whether or not the worst will be allowed to run in the race. The Maryland Jockey Club has not made a final decision. Trainer Bob Baffert says he's not going to Maryland for the race, saying he doesn't want to be a distraction. He did, however, make a national media tour yesterday appearing on the Damn Patrick Show on 7 90 Kort. They need to look at this in a different way. It shouldn't have been called a positive and they know It's a contaminant level, and we've been dealing with this when I kept saying, you know, racing has a lot of problems with Bob Baffert isn't one of them. Comments of the train or drawing. A reaction from Kentucky's governor of Suzanne Duval tells us if this holds it is very disappointing this year, says the news is not helpful for Kentucky signature industry, he says due process must occur. And as for trainer Bob Baffert claim of cancel culture, he says This is just the way the rules are set up. There's nothing silly going on here. There's no cancel culture or anything else. He adds that there's nothing political about the process, either. Suzanne Duval NEWS radio 8 40 wh A Yes Staying in Frankfurt, Kentucky and receiving unemployment benefits must now start searching for a new job. Hayley Hanson reports unemployment claimants will be required to seek suitable full time employment and report at least one job contact per week. Me cabbages, Governor Bashir's general counsel. This is a longstanding requirement that was waived for the beginning of the pandemic. But there are a lot of jobs out there to be had. So we're reinstituting this requirement. Some exceptions will apply, including those in unions, students in a training program. Those that are laid off from their job and more. Haley Hanson News Radio. Wait, 40 wh A Yes. And as Americans on the East Coast watch their gas prices rise because of a malware attack on a major pipeline. People in the country's Heartland are dealing with a high tech crisis of their own. NBC's Jim Ryan is following that go to the city of Tulsa website and you'll find only a message advising that it's down for maintenance. Mayor G T. Bynum says that's mostly accurate. We have shut our computer systems down to prevent spread of that malware on our networks, Hackers disabled the city's website and internal computer systems and demanded a ransom to restore it. Item won't say who's responsible for how much was demanded? But workers in Oklahoma second largest city have gone back to pens, paper and telephones to get public business done, Jim Brilliant, Maybe seniors. Your next news updates at 11 30 I'm Will Clark news radio a 40 wh s use radio.

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Deshaun Watson accusers to be identified

"Therapists accusing him of sexual misconduct will have to reveal themselves, Rusty Hardin told reporters today. A judge's order on their identities means he'll be able to investigate the claims we could have had found answers before now. We could have a fully investigated. And everything. While we were investigating. Our biggest fear was being wrong about somebody. Harden says Watson lives on Instagram, and it wasn't strange for him to use it to schedule massages. He also says it isn't odd for Watson to get multiple massages a week due to his job as an NFL quarterback. Your next update is at 6 30. I'm Suzanne Duval News

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Dot Gove. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Today on Capitol Hill, its former president Trump's turn, His lawyers will begin their defense and his second impeachment trial today, A B C's Andy Field with a preview many Republican senators had decided former President Trump should be acquitted before Democrats presented their impeachment case. Republican Senator Bill Cassidy did not. You don't make a decision as a juror until you hear both sides, period end of story. Democrats need 17 Republicans and every Democrat to convict Donald Trump, mostly Publicans already voted to say the entire Tri, Eliza unconstitutional. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Your next news update. Is it 7 30? I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 wh s now your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword dollar to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard data and Mrs Rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's dollar to 202 100. Your next chance to win is this morning after the eight o'clock news on use radio Wait, 40 w h A s could be talking to Dwight Mitchell from the Louisville Metro Police department coming up here in about five minutes. Good morning. I'm Tony Cruz. One with Will Clark and Scott Fitzgerald. Together. We make up Kentucky and his news and then sometimes Oh, yeah, By the way, correction to the sports report there. Thanks to Billy for pointing this out. I'm telling you, man. The schedule changes somebody. My problem is I go to bed too early. And then sometimes you miss him. Although this one I'm talking about blew right past this one night, a tribute my A D. D to it. Will he brought this to my attention at the University of Louisville, opening up their self all season at Number eight Alabama today. Not in the Palmetto State in South Carolina, but this is not covert related. Mind you. This is just because persistent rains in South Carolina said they just couldn't get the game. And so the cards are now going to eighth ranked Alabama. Thank you, really, for bringing that to my attention. Not a problem. It's what he does, and we'll straighten audience. Usually. Usually I'm getting either an email or Harry or text from Willie our email from Callen right back over Belem in telling me the schedule has changed because you just crazy. Sometimes they change it. Western two Westerns had to adjust on the fly with some of their sports,.

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

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"President Donald Trump's past tweets videos and rallies to his supporters alleging that the election was stolen or now at the center of the evidence at his impeachment trial. House managers detail In their case, President Trump was no innocent bystander House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, saying new evidence will be presented to prove that Trump inside it his mob of supporters to storm the capital. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. One by one House manager is presenting tweets and video from President Trump and then showing incense supporters that they say proves Trump repeatedly made false claims that the election was stolen from him, inciting his supporters and ultimately, a capital siege. Dave Packer ABC News 17 Republicans will be needed to join Democrats to convict on that charge. Some Republicans say they may also support another option on the table censure, which would ban Trump from holding office. Again with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Michelle Franzen, ABC News in Covert 19 News Indiana Records It's 12,000 death. Even as new cases continued to decline, the State Health Department is reporting 1452 new cases. The positivity rate continues a month long plunge to 6.2%, the lowest since October. 14th. 52 newly reported deaths bring the confirmed death toll to 11,578. But the health department has identified seven more presumptive cova deaths for a total of 12,001 long term care residents comprised 42. A half percent of deaths are percentage, which has steadily dropped over the last couple of months. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40, wh A Yes Target is offering additional pay and free rides for its employees to get the covert 19 vaccine. The retailer says it will give employees up to four hours of pay for getting both shots and will cover up to $15 each way for a lift ride to get the shots. More than 350,000 Target employees qualify for the offer. If you haven't seen the video of a closed circuit court hearing in Brewster County, Texas, you must Attorney Rod Pontin had no idea before he connected via video with Judge Roy Ferguson that someone had clicked on a filter in the zoom settings so that Ferguson saw only a furry talking kitten on the screen. I'm here live. That's not I'm not a cat. I can see that thousands of others have seen it, too. Attorney Pontin says he doesn't mind being the butt of a nationwide joke. Glad. You know, I gave the country a good laugh today. We need we need a little bit of humor. After the last year we've had generally in ABC News Dallas. More news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles. News radio 8 40 w H A s. That was actually pretty hilarious. But I have seen a 9000 times in the last 24 hours. Well, if that's that guy's legacy, good for him. I mean, you could be known for a lot worse things than that. Not knowing how to turn off the filter on the zoom, Cole. It's funny, too,.

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Make sure you have your phone and other electronic devices fully charged up. Jefferson County Fire officials are reminding people to be careful when using space heaters. Don't have it Next. Anything flammable 3 ft. Away from me. Have curtain betting anything of that nature spokesman Jordan You too, says the department has responded to several fire calls in recent days caused by space heaters, he says. The department is also warning that icy conditions may impact response times. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes in Washington. It's the second day of former President Trump's impeachment trial on Day two of the impeachment trial of former President Trump House managers using Trump's own words and tweets. To make the case that he incited the storming of the U. S Capitol in January 6th representative Jamie Raskin open for the impeachment managers, dismissing the idea that the First Amendment gave the former president a right to say what he wanted for train. Trump is a guy on the street. Being punished for his ideas is a false description of his actions, his intent and the role that he played on January 6th. And once the storming of the capital was underway, said impeachment manager Jonah Goose. He didnt condemn the violence. He incited it further. He got more specific. You didn't just tell them to fight like hell. He told them how where and when Today's proceedings expected to go well into this evening. With continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Dave Packer, ABC News The Historical horse racing bill cleared another legislative hurdle today, the Kentucky House licensing Committee, approving the measure that legalizes the slot like machines used at race tracks. The family foundations. Martin Conference testifying against the bill were opposed to this bill because we believe it's an unconstitutional millionaire stimulus bill that far from saving the horse industry will ultimately replace it. Republican representative Matthew Cook voting in favor of the measure like to speak up for the 60,000. Farm families here. They're going to be hurt the family foundations not interested in protecting those families. This is a $5 billion a year economic impact in the state of Kentucky that received an absolute shot in the arm from HHR. The bill is now awaiting action in the full house. It's already passed the Senate With new, possibly more contagious Covad variants spreading across the country. There have been calls to double mask today, The CDC is out with new research, saying it does actually help. It's a two pronged message from the CDC. Its new study, finding double masking with a surgical type mask on the bottom layer in a cloth mask above. It can make a big difference in preventing transmission cutting spread by as much as 95%, but also that a tight fit of whatever you're wearing is Crucial CDC director Dr Rochelle will in skate, well fitting mask provided the greatest performance both at blocking emitted aerosols and exposure of parasols to the receiver. CDC is suggesting nodding mask ear loops to make sure a mask fits tightly to the face. Alex Stone, ABC News More news in 30 minutes I'm Paul Miles news radio 8 40 w h A s live from the I. Heart Media Purple Tower of power. It's the Terry minor show. We're actually living in a time period where I'm happy for having a big nose because it does hold my mask in place. You know how we see people off in times of their mask and they've slipped down below their nose. And you feel like saying Hey, If you don't want to be that person, I'm not the home monitor. But hey, your noses sticking out does not really helping any of us got a big kazoo so I can put one over there and then I pull the gator up and get a second one. Then I could pull my hoody around. Whatever you know, I'd go.

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Wait, 40 w. H A s will start with Governor Andy Bashir. To announce that the state has now gone almost a month with declining covert 19 numbers. On Wednesday, he announced 2592 new cases and 51 additional deaths. He also discussed the positivity rate are positivity rate down again to 8.53% shows you that this is real. It's not just a result of how many tests there are. We're seeing a decrease in the virus. Among the other topics discussed at the podium was returning Kentucky students to in person instruction the Bashir saying that Kentucky is among the fastest states to vaccinate teachers. Today's briefing, The governor is expected to announce additional regional vaccination sites, the first of which opened this week at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. Positive update on the sick and starving dog found in the Kentucky Humane Society parking lot last week when he came in, he was just £38 when he should have been at least 80. Andrea Blair with the Kentucky Humane Society, says the dog day named Ethan was the thinnest dog they'd ever seen, she says. Since his rescue his weight has increased from £38.2 47. There's a sparkle that's come to his eyes when he when he first came here, Hey, just looks so hopeless and vacant, Hey, had completely given up all hope, she says. Ethan even wag his tail for the first time, the hundreds of inquired about adopting him, she says, Ethan has a long way to go before that can happen. Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40 W H. A S For the third week in a row. The number of new jobless claims trended lower. ABC is Aaron Khutor ski looks at the numbers from Wall Street. Another 779,000 Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week. That's slightly below expectations and below 800,000 for the first time in several weeks. The job market is still sluggish. A broader picture of how the labor market is doing comes Friday with the monthly jobs numbers and will end in Texas, where that states Department of Public Safety has apologized for an amber alert test that went terribly wrong. A B C S Jim Ryan with the details. It was like any other amber alert, including a description of the kidnapping suspect. White male red hair, blue eyes. 28 years old and wearing blue overalls. Police even had the perpetrator's name. Chucky. Yes, that Chucky Foul.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"With the Louisville men's basketball program. They will not be playing at Syracuse tonight. The school announcing that due to positive tests and quarantining and contact tracing tonight's game with Syracuse is postponed. A new date for that game has not been announced. We're in back in Louisville now and in the park TiVo neighborhood where two people are dead, and the third is wounded after a triple shooting that shut down the area near Bells, Lane and Interstate to 64 on Tuesday night. Laura Woodcock lives in the area and tells our partners the wook. Why hardwood right that maybe 20 shots. Maybe 25 have a better I've ever felt. L A P D tells us that a man and girl died at the scene and eight year old girl was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound. If you know anything about what happened, you're asked to call the anonymous tip line 574 l M p. D. We're in Frankfurt. Now. We're Governor Andy Bashir did not hold a covert briefing on Tuesday, but did release some positive information on Cove it via email. He says Tuesday was the fifth day in a row that the state's covert 19 positivity rate has stayed under 9%. He announced the federal government will increase Kentucky's vaccine supply by an additional 5% so the state's supply will increase by 22% next week. In numbers, Bashir announced 2443 new cases and 32 new deaths. The positivity rate is 8.83%. Suzanne Duval NEWS radio 8 40 wh A Yes, President Trump's newly announced legal team is getting up to speed ahead of next week's impeachment trial. In the Senate reporter Jim Mel. Words spoke with one of them. Bruce Castor was a late add to Trump's defense after the previous team quit over the weekend. There are plenty of questions about how the election was conducted throughout the country. But that's for a different forum. And I don't believe that that's important to litigate in the Senate trial. Because you don't need it, Castor says. Key to Trump's defense. The Senate lacks jurisdiction to try president after he leaves office. As for the incitement charge, not even close that the president engaged in what would be considered criminal conduct. Jim Mel work for CBS News, Philadelphia. And a British study offers new insights into the coronavirus. CBS correspondent Vicki Barker has Maura from London. The British researchers found as many as 88% of people who came down with covert 19 still had antibodies in their blood six months later, suggesting they had significant protection from catching it again. This major follow up study also shed light on the likeliest symptoms. 43% of patients lost their sense of smell. 26% had a cough 28% of fever, but 40% had none of those symptoms at about 20% of people who tested positive had no symptoms at all. Vicki Barker, CBS News London Repeating this hour's top story. The Louisville men's basketball game at Syracuse tonight is postponed due to covert issues within the Louisville program. Your next news update is at 10 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio Way 40 wh s now your chance.

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"New York City facing blizzard like conditions and up to 2 Ft of heavy snow, along with potential power outages and flooding along the coast. More than 1700 new covert 19 cases were reported in Kentucky on Sunday. Governor Bashir announcing the cases along with 31 additional desk. The covert tracking project says January was the deadliest month of the pandemic so far with more than 95,000 U. S death. That's 20,000 more than December. The U. S has the highest death toll in the world at more than 440,000. Police say foul play this suspected after a body was discovered in a burning car in the hive, you area. It happened early Sunday morning on the Gene Snyder Freeway near Bueller Church Road. The Alan BDS Homicide unit is investigating. The bullet. County Sheriff's Office says a deputy shot and killed a person late Saturday night. It happened just before midnight in the 1600 block of Cedar Creek Road. Deputies were responding to a call that a car was stopped in the middle of the road. Ke SP says that while officers attempted to get the suspect to exit the vehicle, the suspect took off hitting a deputy's cruiser and nearly hitting other officers. Nearby. Chief Deputy Colonel Marcus Late, Um says a deputy sheriff fired his gun and hit the driver. Bullitt County Emergency medical Services responded and pronounced the driver of the car dead. The Kentucky State Police are investigating. Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40 wh A Yes former President Trump shuffles his lawyers ahead of his second impeachment trial, which is scheduled to start next week. I'm Tom 48 days ahead of the second Trump impeachment trial. There are new lead attorneys for the former president. One team of lawyers left this past weekend political reporter Daniel Lippman. Pretty surprising move given That there's only a week left until this trial's is supposed to start. But it's not that surprising in that. Trump wants his lawyers to reportedly focus on his the bunked theories of election fraud. The new leads Trump attorneys will be David showing of frequent television legal commentator on Bruce Castor, a former district attorney in Pennsylvania. Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS Washington War stuck at Homer's are passing the pandemic time drinking. The Wall Street Journal says distillers have posted their strongest sales in 40 years among the most profitable high end tequila, mescal, whisky and cognac, sales of ready to drink cocktails or up a whopping 39%. And it's not just premium liquor companies profiting. Pricier household cleaners, candles, even spaghetti, paper towels and a $300 electric toothbrush. Her strong sellers, Neiman Marcus, Saks and Macy's have charted spikes in.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"19 1st detected in South Africa has been discovered in the U. S. Health officials in South Carolina confirmed two cases of the South African variant. The first known case is in The U. S. The CDC has said it believes this variant is more transmissible, which could lead to higher caseloads. But the CDC says there is no evidence to suggest it is more deadly. Current testing shows the available covert 19 vaccines do work against the variant, but it does appear they may not be as effective as the 95% efficacy that was shown during their clinical trials. Marco Malard ABC News as Indiana's Koba Death Toll nears 10,000 The number of new cases continues to drop. Suzanne Duval has the latest numbers. The Health Department is reporting 2890 new cases and 34 deaths, bringing the death toll to 9504 counting presumptive cova deaths. The total is 9879. Positivity rate has improved steadily for 15 straight days and is now 8.9%, the lowest since October. 29 52 counties still have positivity rates over 10%, including four above the 15% Red Line. Another 35,000 Hoosiers were vaccinated yesterday, including 9400 getting their second and final dose. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes, President Biden is doing what he can to shore up Obama care and Medicaid During the continuing Coburn 19 outbreak. He signed a syriza of executive orders today to reopen the Obama care marketplace and make Medicaid more accessible to low income Americans continued about Cohen 19. Even more critical Americans that meaningful access to healthcare a disturbing story here in Louisville. Ah, woman is in jail, accused.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Bashir, releasing the state's covert numbers via email. Governor Be sure reported 1998 new cases on Monday, the governor says the status seeing an 11.64% positivity rate of Monday's new cases, 219 are in kids 18 or younger. There were 40 reported covert 19 related deaths on Monday. The state's death total is now 3167. As of Monday, 1587 people are hospitalized 397 or in the ICU and 208 are on ventilators. At least 40,761 Kentucky ins have recovered from the virus. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40, wh Yes, moving to the nation's capital. Now covert 19 will be a front and center topic for president. Like Biden. Once he takes office officially tomorrow, a BCS Karen Travers looks at his plan. Biden's top priorities getting the Cove in 19 pandemic under control to do that he's pledging for his 1st 100 days in office 100 million vaccine shots, reopening the majority of kindergarten through eighth grade schools. And calling on Americans to use masks biting last week, rolling out an ambitious and very expensive relief measure that he wants Congress to turn into legislation for him to sign. The president elect set to arrive in Washington today. Ahead of tomorrow's ceremony tonight will be a somber event that ABC is Alex Stone has a preview of tonight. On the eve of here, swearing in president elect Biting will honor those who have died from Cove Hit 19. There will be a lighting around the reflecting pool of the Lincoln Memorial and memory of those who have been lost in the past nearly a year to the virus cities around the country. Many that are struggling right now will take part. Lighting candles, ringing church bells and lighting buildings at the same time. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS Washington Tell MPD getting a new chief today. Erica Shields takes over the department after retiring as Theodore Lanta Police department chief last summer. That after an officer involved shooting set off unrest and riots in that city. Interim chief you vet Gentry's last day on the job was yesterday. Many believe Shields will face immediate challenges to the lack of officer, morale officer retention issues and distrust of the department within the community. Or swearing in ceremony scheduled for nine o'clock this morning. It's a virtual event that you can watch on the mayor's face book page. And the mega millions and parable. Jackpots are still of the rise. The parable prize now sitting in an estimated $730 million after there was no winner on Saturday. If a winner doesn't pick the annuity option that one time cash option for that jackpot, a measly $546 million mega million's didn't have a winner on Friday. That brings the game's top prize to an estimated $850 million. One time cash out, there would be $628.2 million. The mega millions. Jackpot would be the third largest ever for the drawing on Tuesday. The Powerball drawing Wednesday would be the fifth largest ever for player hits that one Your next news update is at 7 30. I'm Will Clark News radio. Wait, 40 wh s now your chance to win.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"In Clinton County. Our current temperature is 34 degrees. Shooting leaves a man dead in northern Kentucky. It was about three o'clock Friday afternoon when Florence police were dispatched to the Walnut Creek apartments. Gunshots were heard in the parking lot, and there was a report of somebody on the ground. The victim was 22 year old Daniel Darden, who was taken to the hospital but did not survive. Florence. Police say it's a case of murder and are asking anybody who saw the man shot or knows anything about it to call them to help solve the case. I'm Matt Reese, whose radio 700 Wlw, Ohio, was jealous over 10,000 residents during the covert 19 pandemic. The 67 new desk put the state passed it that grim milestone on Friday. Over over 7100 new cases, 360 new hospitalizations and 39 you wise to you admissions and today's report, the Kentucky State Capitol Grounds will be close Sunday. Did it concerns about security? I mean, Randy Bashir confirming Friday that the Kentucky National Guard and Kentucky State Police are assisting with efforts over the next few days in Frankfurt on CNN Friday, Bashir said, they'll be ready for whatever happens. These are folks that want to bully want to intimidate. That believed that by a show of force, they could get what they want. We're not gonna be bullied. I think we've shown that to them time and time again, and we recognize them for what and who they are this year announced Friday that heightened security measures around the capital in Frankfurt will remain in place into next week. On Sunday, areas near the capital will be closed entirely. I'm Suzanne Duval used in men's basketball dealing with covert 19 issues still will not face to lane tomorrow evening that game rescheduled for February, 26 Magic against East Carolina was postponed Wednesday. No makeup date has been announced yet Save your basketball. Also dealing with covered 19 cases. Their game Saturday at Seton Hall was postpone Thursday. Our next update us Every 11 30. I'm Sean Gallagher.

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Other on the rising covert 19 death toll, the governor's sending the National Guard to Washington for the upcoming inauguration. In Thursday's briefing, Bashir announced the Kentucky National Guard has also been activated to assistant security in Frankfurt. We will be prepared To ensure that what happened in the U. S. Capitol does not happen here in Kentucky. He didn't provide details in covert numbers. Governor Bashir announced 4084 new cases and 51 new deaths, bringing Kentucky's death toll to 3042 were absolutely at war. We're suffering more casualties and most wars we've ever fought in. Was treated like it. He shared some good news about vaccines. Announcing the first round of vaccinations for K through 12 personnel can be complete the first week of February, and he announced a partnership with Kroger to increase vaccination distribution by setting up drive thru vaccine centers in the state. I'm Suzanne Duval, covert 19 issues and both the UC Bear Cat and Xavier Musketeer basketball programs tonight so their games this weekend have been Cancel or reschedule Hamilton County now at the highest alert level for covert 19, now with the purple status and is the only county at the purple level across the state of Ohio. The governor plans to vaccinate older Ohioans next week. They'll start with people 80 and older 100,000 vaccines to start with. The governor says they've asked every health department in Ohio to have locations online for people to see where they can get a shot. And 87% of the deaths from covert 19 in the state of Ohio are in people who are 65 older, and that's why they're focusing on older Ohioans next week. Today. Ohio reporting 7600 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours With 100 deaths tomorrow, Hamilton County and the city of Cincinnati announced logistics for vaccinating the elderly Indiana reporting more than 4400 new cases and 40. New deaths. The owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars out with a statement tonight, confirming that former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer will become the head coach of the Jaguars this coming season. Mayer left Ohio State after the 2018 season, won three national championships while coaching in college football. It is 906 and our next updates coming up at 9 30. I met Reese News radio 700 wld. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Wound. Injuries of those 83% were an injury of violence. Whole miles. News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes, The Earth is warming. Global weather groups say Earth's rising fever hit or neared record hot temperature levels in 2020, meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Bureau Deli. When you exclude the oceans and you on Lee look at land, global temperatures were by far the warmest on record. In 2020, and another study, just released this week shows that ocean heat content reached another record in 2020, and that's because 90% of the heat trapped by greenhouse gasses is stored in the ocean. Officials say. The last seven years have been the warmest on record and say this shows a long term trend in global warming. Your next update isn't 6 30 I'm Suzanne Duval News Radio 8 40. Wh Yes, your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword win 2 202 100, You'll get a confirmation text and invoke standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's when 2 202 100, Your next chance to win is tonight after the seven o'clock news on Use radio Wait, 40. W Wait. J s four little credit to bird. We haven't heard from her in a while. You have stolen my childhood. I'm sure they'll be story. Eventually. Once America gets through its inauguration, and we could start getting back into the normality of Standard life moving along without hysteria every hour over what's going on in Washington. People start to get refocused on things like global warming and read a tomb, Berg There was.

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02:50 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Moments ago which truth comes 11. We could use that right now. My vote to impeach are sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing a side and choosing truth. It's the only way to defeat fear also on the floor Congressman Jim Jordan reading a statement from President Trump on the increasing concerns about ongoing security threat statement from the president. I heard that there must be no violence, no law breaking no vandalism of any kind. This is not. What I stand for is not what America stands for. I call on all Americans to help ease tensions and calm. Now this is Washington, D C has been turned into a fortress ahead of next week's inauguration. The House is expected to vote later today. Michelle Franzen ABC News The FBI is expanding on the threats to Washington in the coming days and updated bulletin obtained by ABC News mentioned someone from North Carolina seen loading ammunition and preparing gear to take to Washington D. C for another attack planned on Inauguration Day. Bulletin said. The individual was there on January. 6th then plan to return with weapons, explosives, a gas mask and bulletproof equipment. Another individual from Tennessee, the bulletin said, Intended to return to Washington, D. C January 20th to disrupt and potentially commit acts of violence at the inauguration. Aaron Kotowski, ABC NEWS New York Kentucky lawmakers are meeting this afternoon for the last day of the first part of this year's short year session, Suzanne to ball reports, Republican lawmakers said they would move quickly and they've already sent six bills to the governor, Democrat Senator Reggie Thomas tells w K Y T. It's gone a little too quickly. It's been rushed. I just have to tell you that I mean, we We spent five days addressing Beals that Republican Senator Danny Carol says they're just getting the job done. You know, we were very focused coming in for this first segment, and I think we're gonna accomplish what we set out to do. Lawmakers will meet for 22 days during the second part of the session in February. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H. A S Hoosiers that our age 70 and older are now eligible to receive the covert 19 vaccine. Previously, the minimum age to receive the vaccine in Indiana was 80. There are currently 148 vaccination sites, including at least one in each of Indiana's counties. The first two weeks of 2021 are showing a rise in violent crime over the same period last year in Louisville. Here's will Clark For all of January, 2020. Louisville recorded nine homicides and 23 shootings. So far this year, the city has seen 11 homicides and 40 shootings. LM PD's data says that 585 people survived gunshot wounds in 2020. That's a 16% increase compared to the previous high of 505 people.

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"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Trump said people thought that what I said was totally appropriate. Different Take, though, from Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the number three Republican in House leadership who wrote there has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday. The president's actions demonstrate his absolute inability discharge the most basic and fundamental powers and duties of his office. Therefore, the president must be removed from office. Immediately. The House passed a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump. Vice president said in a statement. He will not do that No president has ever been impeached. Twice. Brian Clark ABC News We had to Frank for now a governor Andy Bashir, who says that the state is seeing the post holiday covert surge. In his briefing Tuesday, Governor Bashir reported 3053 new cases the fourth highest Tuesday. We're sure that this is a a surge caused by gatherings through the holidays. But there is a chance and what we're seeing in the data that while people gathered in the holidays that maybe now they've changed their behavior back to being very careful. If that's the case, then hopefully we'll see a leveling off. This year announced 22 new deaths, bringing the total to 2944. The positivity rate is a 12.23% Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. We're heading to Texas, where the scale of the covert outbreak is reflected in the size of the facilities being opened to respond to it. NBC's Jim Ryan says Alternate care sites are popping up all across the area. The Austin Convention Center, with its quarter million square feet has been transformed into a massive field hospital for patients who need a level of care below an intensive care unit. And while it could eventually serve 1000 covert patients, our hope is that we never see a patient in this site. Austin's Health Authority, Dr Mark Ascot, says. That would mean that everyone is following CDC guidelines and the numbers are declining, unfortunate this stage. Our expectation is that we will receive patients generally in ABC News, Dallas. After a record breaking year for homicides. Gun violence continues to play global the Metro already seeing increases in deadly shootings compared to the same time last year. Cities barely through the first half of January. It's already recorded 40 shootings. 11 of them have been fatal. In January of 2020 lover recorded nine homicides and 23 shootings for the entire month marks that the city passed this year some time ago. We're in terror hope now. That's where in the overnight hours the only woman on federal death row was executed. Our Paul Miles was an official witness. The execution of Lisa Montgomery was quick and silent. The convicted murderer gave no last statement before she was given a lethal injection at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. In fact, Montgomery's eyes were closed the entire time she'd never made contact with the witnesses on the other side of the glass. The execution was delayed until after one o'clock in the morning. Thanks to last minute appeals filed by Montgomery's attorneys. She is the first woman to be executed by the federal government and 67 years. In Terra Haute, Indiana. Find Paul Miles your next news updates at a time Will Clark news radio a 40 w H A s All right, fellas. 7 35 at news radio 8 40 W H A s Um, the last time we had a mega million's close to this number, actually, away above this number was back in 2000 and 18. You remember the number of willing No, I don't like b $1.54 billion.1 in 2018 enough anymore for that plane anymore. Scott will play Phillips Toobin. Right, Well, your mail's not lines will be long and my favorite grocery, I'd go 79. I make like a run because regional have advertised on Saturday night, so I'll go get some get some stuff for the game Saturday night or whatever, and I always stop on my way out and grabs. I don't do Mega millions. I do Powerball, and there's never a line. But I imagine now I'm gonna have start waiting in line behind me. Well, the mega millions drawing this time. Is half that It's $750 million ahead of Friday's strong isn't the Powerball right behind it, though. It's well, it's close, but it's a measly 550 mil. Yes, of course. Yeah course had one number in the Powerball yesterday. I got really excited, too, because it was the.

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"suzanne duval" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Older will start getting vaccinated 70 and older the following week and then 65 older. The week after that Ohio had nearly 8000 to cover 19 cases reported over the last 24 hours and 100 new deaths. But the FBI warning that the U. S Capitol in all 50 state capitals will be targeted by armed protesters in the lead up to inauguration day. There are concerns in Kentucky in Frankfurt. Some have raised concerns over security at the state, Capitol and other government buildings. Representative Joanie Jenkins is the House minority floor leader and tells w k Y T or very concerned and we understand that not Every detail of security should be out there, But I am still pushing for training for my members of my staff on should something happen. Kentucky is one of the few states that does allow the open carrying of weapons inside the Capitol Building. I'm Suzanne Duval, governor to wine is active in the 580 members of the Ohio National Guard. This Thursday around 200 will be deployed to Washington, D. C. Help with inauguration security. The rest will stay back to keep the Statehouse in Ohio Safe a suspect shot to death in Liberty talent. You're early this morning after a standoff at the Lakota Point Town homes has been identified as 31 year old Junius Thomas Butler County Sheriff Pritchard Jones. This is a very crowded apartment complex. Lots of apartments right on top of each other. Lot of people we had to evacuate people. At one point, Jones says. A SWAT team made entry into the home where the armed man was holed up, and Jones it Thomas had pointed a gun at them. The suspect was killed by officers. The investigation is ongoing. Used his basketball game tomorrow night against his Carolina postponed it away. Positive cover 19 testing the Bear Cats program. There's contact tracing. Also going on used these next game Pending. Any changes is set for this Saturday when they host to lane at six o'clock. Our coverage will begin in 5 30 right here on.

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"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That will review the impeachment petition has not yet been formed. Republican representative Jason Neema says he wants to take a look at the document before he makes any decisions telling W k Y T. Found to a valid the law a number of times our constitutional rights. He's violated as courts have have found. And so I think he's went too far in a number of ways. Whether that rises T O something that's impeachable. Something that will be discussing. This year's administration has called the impeachment proceeding silly and unjustified. Pointing out that the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in November that Bashir's covert 19 restrictions were constitutional. I'm Suzanne Duval and I'm Rob Carpenter reporting. It's just a little shot. The cove in 19 vaccine does more tha and keep you from getting sick. It will get folks back to work, Get our kids back at school and get our economy back on track. It's a shot of relief, a shot of hope. As the FDA authorized vaccines arrived in Kentucky. Just keep doing your part. We can't all get the vaccine at once. But we'll all get a turn. Get the fax at KY Cove in 19 dot Ky Doc of Do you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistake's If so, you need to call Big Lou, A term provider 802 119 66 Big Louis intimately familiar with your problems. And if you're 50 or 60 years old and in reasonably good health, a $1 million policy should only cost about 100 to $200 per month..

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"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"suzanne duval" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From office first with the resolution that calls on Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to act to activate Section four. The 25th amendment to declare President Donald J. Trump incapable of executing the duties of his office and to immediately exercise powers is acting president. Republicans blocked the unanimous passage of the resolution. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in a statement called that complicity, saying it quote endangers America erodes our democracy, and it must end. Resolution's not past tomorrow. Democrats say they'll impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection after last week's violence in Washington, the mayor of the District of Columbia, Merial Bowser's asking people not to travel to D C for the inauguration and FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News is armed Protests are being planted all 50 state capitals beginning this weekend through at least inauguration day. Ryan Clark ABC News In Frankfurt, The Kentucky House of Representatives is creating a committee to consider impeaching governor Bashir after a petition was submitted to impeach him last week. Suzanne Duval has bore the House committee that will review the impeachment petition has not yet been formed. Republican representative Jason Neema says he wants to take a look at the document before he makes any decisions. He's been Found to have violated the law, a number of times our constitutional rights he's violated as courts have have found. And so I think he's went too far in a number of ways. Whether that rises T O something that's impeachable. Something that will be discussing. This year's administration has called the impeachment proceeding silly and unjustified. Pointing out that the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in November that Bashir's covert 19 restrictions were constitutional. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes, governor. Bashir will be holding three Coben 19 briefings this week. They are today tomorrow and Thursday At four o'clock Over the weekend, the Legislature gave final approval to a pair of bills that rain in the governor's emergency powers during the pandemic. Bashir is expected to veto the measures, but Republicans have the numbers to override any vetoes. The two top federal prosecutors in Kentucky have submitted their resignations. Russell Koman, the U. S attorney in the Western district, and Robert Duncan, the U. S attorney in the Eastern district, will step down from their posts on the week of the presidential inauguration. Their resignations. Air not unexpected. They were both appointed by President Trump. Eric Do solemnly swear, Do solemnly swear. Eric Holcomb raised his hand and took the oath to begin his second term as governor of Indiana. Even knowing full well, the awful Hole of Kobe 19 and acknowledging We're still in its deadly grip is important too now. Look to the future, a future for our state and for our citizens that I believe is full of Of hope and opportunity. More than a half million Hoosiers are known to have had the Corona virus and more than 8600 are confirmed to have died from the virus. Southern Kentucky sheriff is expressing his displeasure with the Kentucky men's basketball program in a now viral video. Here's Will Clark Laurel County Sheriff John Route and Laurel County jailer Jamie Mosley posted a video responding to the UK men's basketball team kneeling during the national anthem prior to their game at Florida position. Well, I kind of think about it. The.

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Fewer Americans filed for unemployment last week

Tony and Dwight

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Fewer Americans filed for unemployment last week

"Seeking unemployment benefits down slightly from last week. Dave Packer has the numbers 751,000 Americans filing new unemployment claims over the last week. That's down just 7000 from revised numbers the week before. It's the 33rd straight week of historically high unemployment claims during the pandemic, with the number of claims stagnating in this high range over the last 10 weeks. And Frank for governor Andy Bashir says due to the unchecked spread of cove in 19, the Commonwealth Mask mandate is extended for another 30 days. At his briefing Wednesday, Bashir cited a voter survey by the New York Times that shows 71% of Kentucky and support the mask mandate We have seen When I showed you, Tennessee versus Kentucky what happens and where we would be without a mask mandate in terms of additional cases. An additional deaths this year announced 1635 new cases and 11 new deaths. The Koven 19 related death toll in Kentucky is now 1514. Positivity rate is 6.3%. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. W H. A. Yes, And

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45 states are lifting restrictions

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

02:49 min | 2 years ago

45 states are lifting restrictions

"Five states are taking steps to lift restrictions that were put in place because of code nineteen but it isn't fast enough for some people the owners of the C. and C. coffee and kitchen in Colorado opened their dining room for mother's day even though restaurants in that state are still limited to take out and delivery numbers will return in mass when they feel safe we'll see videos of people packed into a restaurant with no social distancing and no mass people feel less safe and the widespread economic pain will only be prolonged to governor Jerry policies Spender the restaurant's license indefinitely Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf with a message to local officials who planned to defy shut down order to agents who are encouraging the people they were elected to lead to quit the fight are acting in a most cowardly way this is not the time to give up this is not the time to surrender in Tesla CEO Elon musk restarting is California factory despite local orders president trump talking up he was testing for covert nineteen resident trump says the United States has met the moment and prevailed on testing for the corona virus in the span of just a few short months we've developed a testing capacity unmatched and unrivalled anywhere in the world claiming that everyone who wants to get a test before returning to work will very soon be able to get one but the reality is that most Americans being asked to return to work won't have quick access to testing and public health experts have warned that the US continues to lack the widespread testing necessary to properly track the virus Jordan Phelps ABC news the White House senior administration official telling ABC news that president trump and vice president pence will maintain distance from each other for the immediate future after two aids tested positive there were special elections tomorrow in Wisconsin in California there's a presidential primary in Nebraska in all three states they are encouraging mail in voting but allowing some in person voting you're listening to ABC news radio eight forty WHAS your news now a ten year old boy in Kentucky that has contracted the corona viruses known a better later fighting for his life governor Andy Beshear announced the case during his Monday news briefing while covert nineteen hasn't been as hard on children Dr Stephen stack said there are a small number of children who can get a syndrome where their immune system becomes hyperactive and they have an extreme inflammatory response in their body for kids who get this syndrome it's serious the the young a patient that we have in Kentucky is critically ill at this time and for those who get this it's serious right now it appears this child is the only one in Kentucky with the syndrome I'm Suzanne Duval the governor announced one hundred five new coronavirus cases today along with four new destined at in Sunday's new cases and deaths along with them total cases now sit at six thousand six hundred seventy seven and three hundred eleven in Kentucky have died I'm

Kentucky clerk who refused gay marriage licenses is voted out

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Kentucky clerk who refused gay marriage licenses is voted out

"Fourteen democratic primary where Davis beat caught oh by Twenty-three votes. Davis later switched parties because she said the Democratic Party abandoned her she ran as a Republican seeking a second four-year term to a job that pays her about eighty thousand dollars a year. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S on the national scene. Republicans lose control of the house the gain ground in the Senate among the state shining. Blue the silver state ABC's Alec stone reporting from Las Vegas. Democrats had a very strong night here in Nevada on a herd of only a few years ago. And this was a solidly red state.

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Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain wins posthumous Emmys for 'Parts Unknown'

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain wins posthumous Emmys for 'Parts Unknown'

"Jones whose brother Pete took his own life. At the age of twenty three says suicide is more pervasive than homicide in Louisville. Louisville ranks number eleven in terms of the highest rate of suicide number eleven among fifty peer cities for information on times and locations of the courses. Visit QPR Lou dot com. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S the United soccer leagues says that the game between Louisville city f c and FC Cincinnati that had to be abandoned due to lightning

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Papa John’s ‘drama’ weighs on earnings and guidance, sending shares down 5%

Ethan Bearman

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Papa John’s ‘drama’ weighs on earnings and guidance, sending shares down 5%

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Pediatricians raise concern about health effects of some food coloring

Terry Meiners and Company

02:50 min | 4 years ago

Pediatricians raise concern about health effects of some food coloring

"Eleven hundred lines knocked down, by Friday's, wind and rain and replacing one hundred or so polls that, were broken and spokeswoman Natasha Collins says we're not out of the woods yet nurse to shake Out in the days after where a tree limb that was you know may have, come down shifts and then brings down a wire so does impacts continue as three. O'clock this afternoon, there were around seven hundred fifty, customers still without power. Crews in Missouri have raised the. Duck boat where seventeen people died from the bottom of table rock lake near Branson. Reporter Jim Krasula watched. The boat was brought to the surface the doomed duck. Bolt was raised from eighty feet of water not far from where it entered the lake that was hit by a sudden intense storm the bulk white canvas top was peeled back it's orange life jacket wedged into, the boats caged atop the lifesaving. Requirements and the regulations require that personal flotation devices beyond board for all passengers US coast, guard captain Scott, Stormer says it's up to the boat captain to decide whether passengers. Should. Put the, life jackets on Jim Chris sale table rock lake Missouri circumstances surrounding the death of the gunman involved in toronto's mass shooting sunday or under investigation police spokeswoman monarchy you don said reports i came in around ten pm officers later locating the gunman and gunfire was exchanged we are still waiting to confirm the person's identity and once we confirm that then we can take the next step and see if we can really said two people were killed and a dozen hurt in yesterday's attack which was not yet been ruled out as an act of terrorism victims of last year's mass shooting in las vegas are speaking out they're angry that they're being sued by the owner of the mandalay bay hotel where the gunman set up his shooters perch m._g._m. is suing the victims of the shooting in an attempt to get suits against it dropped m._g._m. claims an obscure law never used before protects it from being sued because it hit hired a security company approved by the federal government before the shooting joy ships daughter was killed in the massacre That they're trying to sue us now are the are suing us it's it's. Outrageous along with survivors. Of the shooting say they're shocked they're now, being sued by GM Alex stone ABC. News when it comes to your kids beware of. Chemicals in food and its packaging that's the alert from a new study in the journal of pediatrics finding that some preservatives food coloring and compounds can pose health risks, for young people here's ABC's chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton things like bis phenol stalemates nitrites and nitrates which then can interact with. Other compounds and caused them health problems and food coloring and what kind of health risks they posted this vulnerable age group Ashton says to minimize exposure to processed foods use glass and minimize exposure to processed foods, rather and use. Glass and stainless steel containers not, plastic your next news update is at four I'm Suzanne Duval NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s..

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Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M

04:50 min | 4 years ago

Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M

"About the newsradio eight forty w j on the meteorologist pamela savage with your friday forecast will watch for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms today is front moves across the area temperatures not as hot as yesterday we'll top out at eighty eight degrees we'll be drying out less humid pleasant tonight with the low near sixty three grade weakened ahead with sunny skies in eightyfive saturday we'll be back up to ninety sunday at your wwl ky forecast i'm meteorologist not milosovic it's seventy six newsradio eight forty w h a s top story louisville police shot a man who allegedly was holding a woman at knifepoint the man was transported to the university of louisville hospital where he has since been pronounced dead our public integrity unit will be handling this investigation chief steve conrad speaking at the scene of the shooting at the colonial oaks apartments on southside drive this woman lives there knows the man and woman involved in that incident i just see him outside they're always very friendly hi how you doing you know obviously in this community a lot of nationalities so language barriers but everybody always speaks police are expected to release more information about the shooting later today a diver who was helping to rescue that thirteen people trapped in a cave in thailand has died apparently died from lack of oxygen during an overnight mission the bbc sophie long reports from the scene in today's press conference the quality in a cave where the boys remain traps they've been that out team days is deteriorating oxidant is now fifteen percent and they've spent the last five days coming out thousands of gallons of water it is now reigning light shower the cost of the rest of the day but on sunday where expecting heavy rain and the fear is that could bring the wolves levels right back out game maybe even worse the twelve boys and their soccer coach have been trapped for nearly two weeks embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned in a pair of tweets president trump announced the news adding that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will take over on monday white house correspondent steven portnoy has more list of allegations against scott pruitt seemed to grow by the week in fact just this week came word from his own former staffers that he had them white key meetings from his official calendar there were his efforts to have aids work to secure business opportunities for his wife the sweetheart rent deal he struck with a dc lobbyist his business class travel which he initially justified out of concerns for his safety while the president said for months that pruitt was doing an effective job is head of the the camel's back has apparently finally been broken it's seven oh four at newsradio eight forty w h a s louisville police have recovered some items stolen by the socalled gnome theme steve suzanne devolve is following that story louisville metro police have recovered many items believed to have been stolen during a rash of thefts from lawns in the highlands area dozens of thefts the platters of flowers bird baths patio furniture and garden gnomes were reported these neighbors were on hand at lapd fifth division station going through the staff we're just really happy to have adam have them back we were very disappointed to have things stolen and we're very excited to have things recovered police have identified barton bishop as the suspect in the case suzanne duval newsradio eight forty w h a s the second collapse at the barton seventeen ninety two distillery in bardstown is not as bad as the first teams from kentucky's environment cabinet say the whiskey spill from wednesday's warehouse collapses contained much better than the first time the warehouse fell barton's owner says it's not sure how many of the eighteen thousand barrels of bourbon inside the warehouse can be salvaged at the box office this weekend another marvel film move will reign supreme atman is back i seem to mess it up almost every time this time he has the wasp with him and the duo will take first place this weekend expectations are in the eighty million dollar range some optimists think it could break one hundred million though either way should do much better than the original in two thousand fifteen which opened a fifty seven million of the other new releases the first purge is looking around thirty five million after opening tuesday which would be off the pace in the last film that would put it in fourth behind jurassic world to an incredible stew jason nathanson abc news hollywood your next news update at seven thirty i'm paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s kentucky anna's breaking news.

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