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"Evening. I'm Suzanne Duval. NewsRadio 8 40. W. H. A S. Residents of the condo near Miami Beach that collapsed were allegedly told the complex was safe despite reports that it had major structural damage. Champlain Towers South residents, Susanna Alvarez says officials told residents in a 2018 meeting. That the building was not in bad shape. Engineers warned a month earlier that there was evidence of major structural damage below the buildings. Pool deck. Kentucky lawmakers say they'll file a bill allowing college student athletes to be paid. Last week, Governor Bashir announced an executive order allowing collegiate student athletes to make money. And now state lawmakers say there also will be a state law filed. It's needed because look at all the money that's in college sports right now. Senator Morgan McGarvey says It's also about the athletes being able to share and how they are portrayed. The Louisville Democrat, adding They are not getting the benefit. From what they're doing. Republican Senator Max Wise of Campbellsville agrees with McGarvey on the need for legislation. This is something that we could easily shy away from and say, Now, let's let's not let's not bring this on. We have to. This is something and once again if we don't we're looking at a situation that could completely get out of control. Senator McGarvey says They are consulting with coaches and athletes in the writing of the bill. Authorities in Massachusetts say the suspect who killed a retired state police trooper and a U. S Air Force veteran, targeted his victims for their race. Suffolk County D a. Rachel Rollins alleges 28 year old Nathan Allen was looking to shoot black people. As witnesses report he avoided white people as his victims. Authorities found racist writings by the suspect during the investigation, and this person had some very disturbing beliefs. White supremacist beliefs regarding, uh the Jewish members of our Jewish population as well as black individuals. Police in Winthrop shot and killed Alan Saturday afternoon after demanding he drop his weapon. President Biden this afternoon welcoming Israel's president, Reuven Rivlin to the White House. During the photo op, he pledged an unwavering commitment to Israel. My commitment to Israel is is ironclad. He noted the airstrikes he authorized targeting Iranian backed militias in Iraq and Syria, Biden said he had the inherent power to do it under the Constitution. Aides say the U. S action in response to recent drone strikes was taken in self defense. Tens of thousands of residents are under a slow broil in the Pacific Northwest..
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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"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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"That he has vetoed a bill that would allow the General Assembly to rescind quarantine or isolation orders from the health department. Wind, saying that Senate Bill 3 11 was simply not in the best interest of protecting the health and safety of the people in the state of Ohio supporters, though, say lawmakers would've had to say on orders that impact their liberties and lively hoods. The Senate leader told the Enquirer he has the votes to override the veto, but we'll be looking into some alternatives first. Help. Meanwhile, right around the corner is Cove in case numbers continue to surge in Kentucky, the country lost a record high number of people to covert 19 Wednesday and with 34 new death Thursday. This week, Kentucky saw its highest number of deaths We've had our three high stays. Covert fatalities all in a row. We've had 118 deaths since Monday alone. Kentucky now has over 2000 covert 19 related deaths. The positivity rate is now 10.7%. But in better news light at the end of the tunnel, just got a little bit writer. He says. The state could be vaccinating people in just a matter of weeks. We believe that we could be vaccinating people here in Kentucky. As early as December 15th just right around the corner, he says The first allocations will be sent to 11 hospitals across the state, including three and Jefferson County into and Fayette County. That's Suzanne Duval reporting Saint Elizabeth in Edgewood. Also on that list again roughly 1000 doses of the vaccine. Meanwhile, due to the influx of covert cases in northern Kentucky, Saint Elizabeth Turning three of its five urgent care centers into Cove it on Lee facilities. The idea is to keep covert and non covert patients separated from one another. The facilities in Highland Heights, Dry Ridge and Greendale, Indiana, will be converted to Cove. It only centers while Fort Thomas and Florence will.
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"Station. Good evening. I'm Suzanne Duval. These radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Top story. President Trump says a coping 19 vaccine will soon be available for everyone in the U. S. Except with the exception of some places like New York, this is a very successful amazing vaccine and 90% and more What s O the governor Governor Cuomo will have to let us know when he's ready for it. Otherwise we we can't. We can't be delivering it to a state that won't be giving it to its people immediately. York's governor Andrew Cuomo, says any vaccine, which comes out of the Trump administration must first be validated by state health officials. The president also says one thing is certain. This administration will not go Under any circumstances will not go to a lockdown but will be very vigilant. Very careful. That's even though covered 19 cases air rising nationwide. ABC News is projecting that President elect Biden will win Arizona and that Mr Trump will win North Carolina Hand recount of all the ballots cast by Georgia Voters in the presidential election got under way today. Dairy Aldinger ABC News now to Frankfurt, where a grim governor Andy Bashir gave today's covert 19 numbers via Facebook video. Today we have the highest number of cases by far that we've ever had with 3173. In the highest number of deaths with 25. The total covert death toll in Kentucky is 1647. The positivity rate is 8.68% Southern Indiana man who admitted to killing his wife gets the maximum sentence. Haley Hanson, reports 50 year old Jetson Hoover was sentenced to 65 years in prison for the murder of his wife, Rebecca Hoover. She was reported missing in August, according to court records. One of the couples Children told a school counselor quote Dad killed Mom in the basement, who first body was later found in a 55 gallon container in a Louisville storage unit. As part of his plea agreement. No other charges will be filed against Johnson, Hoover. Kaley Hansen. News Ready Await 40 Wh A. Yes, one of the legends who helped build Title Town is Dead Hall of Fame running back Paul Horning died at age 84, the Louisville Sports Commission announced he lost a battle with dementia. Horning won the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame and help the Packers won four championships, including a victory in the first Super Bowl. He's a member of both the pro and college football halls of fame. The suspects in the death of Ahmad Armory and Georgia will have to wait for their trial behind bars are Marie's mother wanted Cooper Jones reacted to the ruling. I'm relieved they will stay behind bars. It.
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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"Pelosi says she plans to bring up the 25th amendment. It lays out how members of the president's Cabinet can relieve the president of power. Come here tomorrow. We're going to be talking about the 25th amendment. The vice president and Cabinet secretaries first must write a letter to Congress, explaining that the president is unable to fulfill their official duties. If the president contest the letter, then it's up to Congress to decide who runs the country. Another Tennessee Titans players testing positive for covert 19 ESPN reports and inconclusive positive test from yesterday was confirmed this morning. This most recent positive test brings the total number of cases within the Titans organization up to 23 from September. 24th. The NFL is currently discussing several scenarios for the week five game against the Buffalo Bills. Including postponing it until Monday or Tuesday. Your next news update is at 3 30. I'm Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Yes. Live from the I. Heart Media Purple Tower of power. It's the Terry broke. I'm I'm speaking. I'm speaking. He That's the lovely, mysterious Brooke Katz. Thank you for the introduction. I'm sorry to step on you and I was making a little joke about the debate last night. I did not much watch much of it. But my wife killed Mr Vice President speaking. I'm not the vice president, but I'm sorry about that. I'm sorry. Love sports Too much the sports ball as Haley.
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"I'm Suzanne Duval, an update on the construction of FC Cincinnati's new stadium from seven hundred's Brian Cones. FC Cincinnati has pledged to be a good West end neighbor. But the relationship between the soccer club in the community is off to a rocky start. FCC has already had to shut down construction once because of racist incidents at the site. Now they're facing new complaints from neighbors. Over the construction work itself. Facade in the light Any minute from the west in garage has been troublesome. The lighting on the street has been troublesome. And residential Parkinson's. I have tenants has become another problem. During this time, the construction company have admitted times of cement dust on our cars in our home. Earl Brown's property on Bauer Avenue north of where the stadium and parking garage going up. City leaders have promised to work on setting up a meeting to try and resolve the issues on Brian comes news Radio seven Down the Wall Street Find out how stocks did On the first day of October late session, Birth to selling push stocks hired to start the month the Dow closed up 36 points the S and P 500 rose 18. And the NASDAQ searched 159. The good news about unemployment is that first time claims fell a little last week. The bad is that 837,000 Americans still file for unemployment, a number, which shows the economy is struggling to continue a recovery that began this summer. A number is also higher than any week during the financial crisis. The government September employment report will be released Friday. The report released the same day that to major airlines, United and American announced they're following more than 30,000 workers as federal bailout money to help the industry hit hard during the pandemic ran out at the end of September. Boeing says it will build all of its larger 7 87 jetliners in South Carolina, and we'll shut down an assembly line in Seattle next year. The company isn't saying, if the move means that any jobs are going to be eliminated. Dairy evolving our ABC News and I'm Rob Carpenter, You're next update at 3 30 Breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. We've all been cooped up indoors longer than we can remember. And it's going to take a lot more than some papa parking lot potluck dinner to get us to come back out again. How about something more? More delicious, More inspired Maurier is Isobel. How about the new fall? Many would not your average Joe's with a variety of fresh, handcrafted tastes like smokehouse, jambalaya, pasta and impossible. Bowlin A's, along with crab cocktails like autumn, spicing, Maria So put those potlucks on hold and swing by for safe, socially distanced indoor and outdoor patio dining, Not your average. Joe's come to expect more..
"suzanne duval" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Shot. Everybody. It is incredibly important this year. I'm Suzanne Duval seven hundred's Matt Reese with a friendly reminder about the flu shot. The medical director of Hamilton County Public Health says it is 100 times more important to get a flu shot this year compared to the past in large part because Influenza like illness can be indistinguishable from Cove in 19, Dr Steve Fagan's No excuse not to roll up a sleeve, especially this year. Their exercise applies to be very recently available. Doctor says anyone age six months and above who qualifies should get the flu shot. I'm Matt Reese news radio 700 WLW. There's a little disagreement within the White House of when a vaccine could be available to the American people in the fight against the crown. A virus more from a bee sees Mary bruise With the election fast approaching President Trump wants Americans to know a vaccine is coming soon, his administration announcing that as soon as one has approved, they'll start shipping doses within 24 hours. We think we can start sometime in October. So as soon as it is announced, will be able to start it on Capitol Hill, the head of the CDC said that while our limited supply maybe available in November or December, most Americans will have to wait much longer than that. Well, how about this divers finding what they believe is the record of the U. S. Navy sub lost 77 years ago. In Southeast Asia and World War. Two Amazing Navy divers have sent photos and other evidence over many months to the U. S. Navy's History and Heritage Command for verification that they have found the USS Greta dear, one of 52 American submarines lost during the war. It was scuttled by its crew after bombs from a Japanese plane almost sent them to a watery grave. All 76 aboard survived, but they were taken prisoner tortured, beaten, nearly starved by their Japanese captors for more than two years, four did not survive. Of the wreck Lies 270. FT. Underwater somewhere in the Strait of Malacca, south of Thailand. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News News radio 700 WLW.
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"Curtis, some on Taylor and Iran. Perkins. Louisville Police now say they have received new information that contradicts what was discovered early in the investigation, and L M p D worked with prosecutors to ensure the charges were dismissed. A gruesome discovery in the Chicago area has Louisville connections Suzanne Duval with more on that police in Markham, Illinois, just south of Chicago, say body parts were discovered in a suitcase a man was carrying on a Greyhound bus from Louisville. Ah, Louisville, Metro Police spokesman says L. A P D homicide unit was contacted by American police Tuesday. L. A P D detectives were led to an address in the 600 block of North Heights Street in Louisville, where they were able to determine that a homicide had occurred. Subsequently, the Markham Police Department has detained the suspect. A man who hasn't been identified. The body parts were those of a woman and a reporter in Chicago was told it could be linked to a woman reported missing from Louisville last week. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H A s this just in Louisville. Police say there was a shooting on the Gene Snyder Freeway this afternoon. The victim, a male was found on the Snyder Freeway near I 65 he was taken to university hospital in critical condition. There are no suspects. Police and Elizabeth Town are warning residents about a recent uptick in car thefts and break ins, warning them to keep cars and belongings secure. Will Clarke reports Detectives say that they've received reports of more than 30 cars stolen over the summer. They've also learned of hundreds of people leaving their cars unlocked and have had things taken from inside of them. Many of the stolen items have ended up in Louisville. Some of the suspects are juveniles. A 16 year old boy from Shelbyville was arrested Monday night after investigators say he was spotted inside of a stolen car and then fled from officers. He crashed the car into a utility pole guide wire and went up a rock railroad track embankment. That team was taken into custody on charges of theft of an automobile theft of a firearm, possession of a handgun by a miner and fleeing in a motor vehicle. Will Clark News Radio 8 40. W. H S in Kobe 19 News. Indiana Health officials are reporting 624 new cases today. There were also 12 new desk, pushing the total in Indiana to 3247. The University of Missouri has expelled two students and suspended three others for violating rules meant to slow the spread of covert 19. According to a statement from the University of Missouri Columbia. The students were punished due to flagrant violations of rules and regulations that require students who test positive for covert 19 toe, isolate themselves and comply with social distancing requirements. To date, the school has received nearly 500 complaints of students violating the university's policies. In combating the spread of covert 19. Since school resumed on campus last month, there have been more than 1300 students infected with the virus more than 1000 have already recovered. Ryan Burrow ABC News Some areas of Alabama could see as much as 35 inches of rain today because of Hurricane Sally. Most areas of the state. We'll see between 10 to 20 inches. The slow moving storm is bringing heavy rain to a wide area from Tallahassee, Florida to Mobile Bay, Alabama. It will move over the Florida Panhandle tonight and tomorrow morning and move into central Georgia tomorrow. More news coming up in 30.
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"744 that Suzanne Duval reporting Fine pole miles. CBS News UPDATE. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is telling his residents to brace for the worst when tropical Storm Isaiah's makes landfall possibly is a hurricane sometime in the overnight hours. He prepared for a lot of rain as much as seven inches in some places. Randy Webster is with the Ori county, South Carolina Emergency management team were here. Just stay in the hotel or the or the location. You are at throughout the night and I don't get out and try to See what's going on with the ocean. I am concerned about folks that may be in the low lying areas, CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson It is going to make its way up the entire Eastern Seaboard. To a point where we now have tropical storm watches and warnings from South Carolina to main President Trump's speaking moments ago, I've already issued emergency declarations for Florida. South Carolina, North Carolina and FEMA's personnel and they are great doing a job. They're already on the ground in all areas. CBS NEWS update Rahmat Piper. This's use radio Wait 40 w a Js available everywhere with the I. Heart radio and now number one for podcasting. NewsRadio, wait 40 W. H. J s and I hard radio station. Or your virtual ticket to be a part of music history on the capital. One fan Wall Interactive video experience with our superstar Lina are 2020 I Heart Radio Music Festival story BTS Coldplay Cane Brown With special Guest Khalid Keith Urban, Mego Smiley, Cyrus Thomas Rhett Usher, Add more Anything can have ready to win your front row video fan wall access code iron radio dot com slash festival. The question on everybody's mind when shopping for a diamond is, How do I really know? I'm getting my money's worth total transparency at our Davis George Downing Bar. Every.
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"Health and Wellness Department. 248 new cases today. And two new deaths. The deaths of 57 year old man and an 86 year old woman that raises Louisville's total case number 2 6871 and 248 virus related deaths. 4464 people have recovered. That's 76 new recoveries that have been announced today. We had now to Indianapolis, saying Get the numbers on the Indiana Health Department, 970 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with Koba, 19 That brings 2 65,253 The total number of Indiana residents known to have the Corona virus. A total of 2746 Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from covert 19. An increase of 13 over the previous day. Another 200 probable deaths have been reported. As of today, nearly 42% of you beds and nearly 84% of ventilators are available across the state. Suzanne Duval News Radio 8 40 W H A S Search and rescue efforts are ongoing after a deadly mishap involving an amphibious assault vehicle that SAG during a training mission off the coast of California, ABC Pentagon reporter Louis Martinez reports from Washington. The accident happened during a training exercise for an amphibious beach landing off of Southern California's San Clemente island. Amphibious assault vehicles or small army craft that are launched from Navy ships and then converted road vehicles. After making a beach landing. 16 personnel were board the vehicle when it began taking on water. Search and rescue efforts continue for the eight missing. Servicemembers Martinez ABC NEWS Washington Eight service members were pulled from the water and officials say one Marine died. Two others were injured, one critically. Churchill Down, says that they are still working on a plan for the September 5th Kentucky Derby. Churchill Downs Incorporated CEO Bill Car Stan Gin. We're not selling any G eight tickets right now. We have sold a bunch. Uh, but we've stopped selling G A, uh, we're still well under the, uh, the capacity that that we've discussed with the governor. But we've stopped anyway. Stan Jin says they have had some requests for refunds from both ticket holders and sponsors and are working to make the customers whole again. And will end in Chicago, where for the second summer in a row, and alligator has been found. ABC is Ryan Burrow is there he's been dubbed Alex the alligator. He was finally captured Friday, two days after being spotted by some kids in a lake in Lynwood, south suburb of Chicago. Linwood police and firefighters have been searching for the 4 to 5 foot reptile with drones and boats before safely taking him into custody. I'll need to be quarantined for 30 days before being sent to a license. Reptile Park officials believe Alex was a pet that someone dumped into the lake. Last year. An alligator dub chance the snapper was pulled out of a Chicago lake following a day's long search. Right, bro. ABC NEWS Chicago. Your next news Update is at 10. 30. I'm Will Clark News Radio, 8 40 W. H. J S. Here's Your Chance To win $1000. Text the nationwide keyword check 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text and invoke Standard data and Mr Rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's check to.
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"For a few months. I love it Really Nice Lovett. President Trump plans to address a crowd of thousands at Mount Rushmore tomorrow. The late financier Jeffrey Epstein's partner is under arrest. Galen Maxwell is accused of helping to lower at least three girls for Epstein and his friends to sexually abuse You, too frayed claims in court filings that Maxwell trained her as a teenage sex slave for Epstein. And that the pair directed her to have sex with many quote. Powerful Med, including Prince Andrew Maxwell has denied all allegations of sex trafficking. Prince Andrew has denied having sex with you Fray and doesn't recall meeting her. ABC Z The Pilgrim the ounce to Do EST attorney for Manhattan as a closed door interview with the House Judiciary Committee next week, the panel is looking into politicalization. The Justice Department. Ulis need ABC NEWS. This's use Radio 8 40 W. A Js Your News now Kentucky reporting 239 new cases in the past day with nine new deaths from the Corona virus. 30,000 Kentucky and filing for unemployment last week, 5600 mohr new claims that were filed the week before fireworks to blame for a killer explosion. One man died in multiple people were injured at a home in Elizabethtown. Sheriff John Ward tells wook. Why that some people inside the home We're making fireworks at the time of stress, and you know this. Discourage, uh, trying something like that I almost anybody else get hurt our loser life because of fireworks. The identity of the man who died was not released but were told he's in his fifties and was confined to a wheelchair. No other nearby structures were damaged. I'm Suzanne Duval and I'm Matt Reese, social.
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
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"Heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts your next news update is a four I Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS issues and so I notice you know no you're right your mask on today you may be like me I'm the one guy who is not afraid of the corona virus I I look we have to be yeah I mean line it's just the flu is much much worse absolutely and people are actually dying from the flu Kentucky absolutely and so we need to be careful about that I think it's seventy six thousand cases now of of the corona virus worldwide or something of course most of those are in China and it's not it it's not fatal doesn't have to be fatal although I mean it's that's certainly no not much comfort if you if you have the virus or if you test positive for the virus but and there are lots of of related viruses that have been have you know part of our ecosystem for years and years I I I'm not saying we shouldn't be concerned but my gosh the we've almost got panic now is reading in in California that that there's a big run on the face masks and all kinds of things and people are really worried about this I get it I would I'm I'm worried I'm concerned I'm really not worried I am I am concerned it's just another thing to worry about we love to get all excited in the media about various things if we can get you all fired up in can hold people just I don't know people just seem to go way out there on some well it's something new you know we all heard about the flu we know with the flu is most of us have had the flu but it's like corona virus what is that never heard of that is that new is it is it deadly is it like you know some horror movie that we that we saw when we were kids yes it's a new Ebola exactly a virus that is raging throughout the world you know it's well it's one of those to it I'm not saying we should we should not take it seriously I mean even even the common cold can kill someone if I am not well taken seriously so if you're ill you need to take that seriously but it's not like you have to freak out because a couple of people that went to China got sick well the president said the other day that he expects that that that it it will be sort of the mini somewhat as we get into warmer temperatures now I don't know that that is really true but there is some evidence with some related viruses that that that in fact might be true I would I would first of all I'm not an epidemiologist or anything I know the pressure the president he's is easy and with president isn't but I I would be very hesitant to to to say much about this that because it's the it's clear that neither he or I know much about it but we do know that there are some other similar viruses that seem to to to to Wayne or diminish a little bit as the as the weather gets warmer and so that may or may not be a factor here it's certainly I mean it's it's probably an interesting tidbit the put into the mix it it shouldn't lesson in any way our efforts in this country to try to to control it door to stop it or you know whatever it is we're trying to do but I do notice that I've talked to a lot of people who are just really concerned about this I guess it is just another thing to be to be scared about there are you you'll you'll never run out of things to be scared about in this in this culture there's no question about it sometimes you just have to take a deep breath you wanna take precautions you wanna do just like the flu you you you don't want to go in places where you think you could be really susceptible to it will take some reasonable precautions but wash your hands absolutely wash your hands hand sanitizer is your friend all of those kind of things but you don't want to go absolutely crazy about all of this stuff well it's three thirty nine it's Joe Elliott in here for Terry miners newsradio eight forty WHAS Terry is off but we're here with all kinds of of information throughout the day and one of the saddest stories I read that today is about a rock and roll icon who can't hear his music anymore we'll talk about that in just a couple minutes Joe Elliott in for Terry newsradio eight forty WHAS from the Campbellsville university level traffic center use radio eight forty WHAS traffic reading sixty five south bound draws builder of this afternoon big delays there we do have a stalled vehicle reported those sixty.
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"It for I'm Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS Kentucky on is breaking news weather and traffic station I was going to get to that calling you a thing a few minutes ago but I got pressed for time some glad you were able to include that Friday isn't it yeah he is he's an info interesting character of the quote from his pastor I although I didn't think he had a pastor you know I mean can you kind of considers himself the center of the universe yeah but he actually submitted to new yes it well we'll see we'll see how it all plays out art lives gentleman as Suzanne just alluded to we have joyous news in the city again today because we have another professional team on the way the president of the national women's soccer league is one Amanda Duffy who was here a few years ago hello again Amanda nice to be back is nicely back loyalism than it is now you come bearing good news with we're all so excited about to bring another team here tell me about the leak it is it's an exciting day for NWSL as it is for for the city of of live on little city FC but we're bringing NWSL expansion starting with the twenty twenty one season so women's professional soccer first division level with the global elite women's players coming right here to little to play at this beautiful new stadium that's being constructed in downtown Louisville red asked this is here president of local city FC did your stadium I went down with our there a couple weeks ago while it's coming right along in it it's gorgeous too just to hold its the shape it's like on artwork you know in and of itself yeah this is not some nondescript bowl or something I mean it looks like artwork right well we had we had discussions with architects at the beginning of the process we wanted this to be something that when you see it on TV on the west coast to sell that's that's a soccer stadium in Louisville it's not just some exact as her building with white roof exactly right and Amanda because you spend time here it must've been fun Fauria to be able to so put all magic together and make this franchise come a little closer obviously a lot of other choices for you well it's it is very rewarding for me personally and for the league itself to have the knowledge of the city of the ownership of the group of individuals here that make this happen day in and day out now and the work that's been put into building this organization and where it is today it's been countless hours and a lot of a lot of hard and diligent efforts that have made this happen in for NWSL in our owners we do have a lot of healthy active ongoing expansion conversations still for each of twenty twenty twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two seasons so to be able to bring to our ownership and an ownership here in in level that has proven to be effective and successful in their operation and their investment in the city and the and the facilities made this an easy decision for the NWSL ownership group all right and so when do tickets go on sale when we actually get some clarity on the scheduling brand is it will obviously have to work out the schedules of two teams absolutely and we we don't play until the spring of twenty twenty one so we need to name the team first and and get colors a branding all that stuff but we will we will put together ticket packages the that will allow season ticket holders for them for the men's teams also acquire the same seats for the women's team and all that all that will come out probably in the spring very very good and then we still have to reserve some nights there to make sure that when Mick Jagger wants to perform there that's right I mean yes hundredth birthday tour yeah absolutely which is next year that's right downing all right Amanda talk about the level of talents and in this league so this is world class soccer world world class women's professional soccer that's coming to Louisville we had fifty eight players that call NWSL home were also a part of their respective national teams in this year's FIFA women's World Cup toward the twenty three US women's national team players that play for the United States also play an NWSL so really the the global elite are going to be coming to low level and world renowned players that are gonna elevate the the game and exposure of soccer in Louisville and we've seen all the program's really on a high school level and university level because of little city FC success and you see the draw that they have and the pride the city takes in them you can kind of see everybody else's programs they're all responding to you guys bread yeah I mean what we do our mission is to promote soccer throughout the city of Louisville we feel like adding an NWSL team to our club is going to do just that all right so in the spring time we'll get more of finer details of what's happening but that's why we are the tent city Amanda this is particularly right now and the end of your cell as this is the tenth expansion team that will compete in NWSL and and I'm I'm assuming here that we play all the other nine franchise or is it a regional thing their number opens up nationally you'll play every other team they are very good was gonna be thought we were already reading off the roster the other teams that's pretty exciting and geographically interesting too because it's not just the cluster that's right here in this part of America welcome back Amanda and thanks for bringing a team with it thank you I'm happy to do that was good news and like the baby elephants over at the little zoo or is there going to be a contest to name this team breath there there will be no contact we've done that before with a logo we're we're gets going to name it ourselves with some focus group participation from fans and others but there will be no contest call your fan support is unbelievable I mean you know we tweak things about little city of see so many people are in right away and they were commenting on there enjoying and they're just enjoying the experience so this is really been a great story to tell around the whole world really for how to launch a franchise of course winning those two USL cups dinner and I do not hurt Natalie not gradual aces little city FC and now our national women's soccer league franchise on the way yet to be named stay tuned for more details on manta dot the great sea again thank you to read as to say you Sir back in a few on news radio eight forty WHAS yes.
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"Is being celebrated today. It was twenty years ago that Matthew Scott became the first person in the US to receive a hand transplant. It happened at Jewish hospital here in Louisville Scott bidding with reporters at this hour. Do report from a medical journal, documenting a person being cured of HIV. It's only the second known time. That's happened. Here's ABC's. Janai Norman that bone marrow donor had a mutation. In the CR five gene that mutation prevents HIV virus that causes aids. From attaching to cells, only one other person is known to have been cured. That was Timothy Brown who underwent the same treatment back in two thousand seven now he nearly died in the process, but due to medical advances. Treatment was not as intense for the more recent patient, Janine Norman reporting, dozens of people are still missing after a deadly tornado. Devastated eastern, Alabama Lee county sheriff Jay Jones, saying rescue teams are using everything. They can get their hands on to search through the wreckage including dogs and heat sensing drones. The twister that tore through the area. Sunday night killed at least twenty three people and left a scar. On the landscape nearly a mile wide. The founder of Papa John's is stepping down from the board. In a statement. John Schneider said quote, I founded Papa John's I care deeply about its employees franchisees and investors. And I'm thankful that I've been able to. All of these important issues, and that we can all focus on the company's business without the need for additional litigation. The press release said the agreement confirmed that the company would provide Schneider all of the books and records as ordered by the Delaware court of chancery Schneider who still owns almost one third of the shares will also help identify new member of the board. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A T eleven three at NewsRadio eight forty WHAT. Yes. The winner of that record one and a half billion dollar mega millions lottery jackpot finally coming forward. ABC's TJ homes as an Simpson. Ville South Carolina where the ticket was sold this sleepy. Little South Carolina town is buzzing this morning. There's a new millionaire among them as the winner of the largest single mega millions jackpot in history finally came forward to claim his or her nearly nine hundred million dollar prize. The ticket was purchased by a South Carolina resident back in October. And. The clock was ticking. Had the winner not come forward by the April nineteenth deadline. He or she would forfeit the entire one point five billion dollar pre-tax amount. That's TJ homes reporting from South Carolina..
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"I'm Suzanne Duval as Louisville braces for bitterly cold, wind chills. Tomorrow and Thursday. The metro government is preparing for the weather at windchill advisories in effect Wednesday. As most of the area will see wind chill values between ten and twenty degrees below zero longtime Trump associate Roger stone is again, proclaiming his innocence in the Muller probe stone entered a plea of not guilty during an arraignment proceeding and a DC federal courtroom today. A student who just learned English two years ago wins a Louisville elementary school spelling bee Luciano Armendariz is from Ecuador and only spoke Spanish and telling move to the US. He moves onto the district spelling bee next week, wwl. Okay. Y weather forecast, mostly sunny, cold and breezy with a high of twenty five tonight. Scattered light snow showers. And frigid temperatures with a low of four your next news update is at three. I'm Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty WHAT. Yes. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks are mixed. The Dow Jones industrials are up eighty one points. A third of a percent twenty four thousand six hundred nine the NASDAQ is down thirty nine points. Half a percent, the S and P five hundred is off a fraction shares of game. Stop or down more than twenty seven percent. The video game retailer ended efforts to sell itself game. Stop citing a lack of available funding. Americans optimism faded over the last month the Conference Board's January reading on consumer confidence is down more than six points. From december. The organization says the drop was driven by the government shutdown, and it does not signal a significant slowdown ahead. Federal Reserve Board policymakers have begun a two day meeting in Washington. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg think, it may be a few months before the fed raises interest rates again, they expect to increase. Before the end of the year. Crude oil futures are rebounding today. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg.
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"Declare a national emergency at the US Mexico border. Trump will visit a border region in Texas today. Meanwhile, federal workers are rallying outside the White House today as the partial government shutdown approaches the third week Mark big game tonight and women's college basketball coach Jeff waltzes number two Louisville cardinals traveled to south bend to play. Top ranked Notre Dame tip off is at seven tonight. Wwl. Okay. Weather forecast. Mix of clouds and sun and cold with a high of thirty six your next news update is at three. I'm Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Investors are trying to overcome some concerns about the retail sector. Stocks are mixed this hour, the Dow Jones industrials are up twenty seven points. A tenth of a percent to twenty three thousand nine hundred two. The NASDAQ is down five points almost a tenth of a percent. The S and P five hundred is essentially flat. Eddie Lampert continues. His efforts to save Sears Lampert has submitted a new offer for the bankrupt retailer one worth more than five billion dollars. If the new bid is approved by creditors and the court Lampert will compete in an auction next week. There are two other bidders. Both want to liquidate Sears Ford announced plans to cut jobs in Europe here at home. The automaker is revamping, be explorer. The sport utility vehicle has not had a major upgrade since two thousand eleven. The new version will be on display next week at the North American International auto show in Detroit. Crude oil futures are slightly lower. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg. Radio.
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.
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
Papa John’s ‘drama’ weighs on earnings and guidance, sending shares down 5%
"On. This story Papa John's talk, down again today They're doing all they can over there the, management. Team, to sort of get this thing repositioned Josh. Not meanwhile sending out notice that he's not going anywhere he did that yesterday after. The earnings announcements came out and it showed withering earnings John Schneider issued a statement that ends with I am not going away. And we'll continue to, do what's. Best for this company. Its employees franchisees shareholders and
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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"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.