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"terry alden" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news I'm Terry Alden or thousands lined up some waiting for hours in extreme heat to pay their respects to George floor from around the country mourners participated in the visitation for the Houston man who died in the custody of Minneapolis police officer Derek children Victor Pratt says he had no choice but to drive across the state to this church we're duty bound to be here this summer village that's on par so we have to be here a theme echoed by the Reverend al Sharpton jumped in will give George Floyd eulogy on Tuesday Jim Ryan ABC news Houston the former Minneapolis police officer charged with murder in Floyd's death will remain in custody on a million dollars bail Derek Chauvin appeared in court today by video Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey taking steps to close the economic racial gap in a city in order of George Floyd needs to give way to a reckoning between our words of Pat of the past and the actions that need to place take place now today and in the future and it will federal charges for a man accused of helping to set fire to the Minneapolis police department third precinct during the demonstrations last week Brayden wolf will make his initial court appearance tomorrow president trump says police policy must change especially when it comes to relations with minority communities but he says D. funding department is not the answer is not gonna be any disbanding of our police our police have been letting us live in peace so we want to make sure we don't have any bad actors in there Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell agrees with the president or even have some left wing later fall for this nonsense I have a feeling the American people are too smart for that he wouldn't say however where he stands on a massive police reform bill that was introduced today by congressional Democrats the markets closed higher today the Dow up more than four hundred sixty points your listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Alison why at the end just in general of the Ohio National Guard is condemning the actions of a soldier who was removed from their mission in Washington DC for allegedly expressing white supremacist ideology online racism is a scourge on our nation and can't be tolerated for the armed forces it devices and it rose the very trust that allows us to be mission effective and therefore is completely reprehensible and cannot be tolerated and we have to eliminate it where we find it immediately and completely Major General John C. Harris says the investigation will run its course and then the guard will take appropriate action today the president says guard members will be going home from the DC area Ohio had sent over one hundred members to the city prince Andrew is hitting back against the news today that federal prosecutors in New York sought to compel his testimony through a legal treaty with Britain all regarding his friendship with Jeffrey abstain lawyers for prince Andrew said the Duke of York has offered to assist federal prosecutors on at least three occasions this year with their investigation into alleged accomplices of Jeffrey Epstein the U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York said prince Andrew was provided zero cooperation and completely shut the door on investigators but the Royals lawyers insist otherwise they said prosecutors are perhaps seeking publicity rather than accepting the assistance offered prosecutors sought to compel prince Anders testimony through a legal treaty with the U. K. Erin Qatar ski ABC news New York today in Ohio visitors were allowed to intermediate care homes in the state as health leaders have lifted some of the covert nineteen visitation restrictions on those assisted living facilities as well as homes for those with developmental disabilities triple A. reports gas prices nationwide have risen above two dollars per gallon for the first time since April Monday's average in Franklin County shows it rose to two dollars and three cents per gallon triple a says the prices in Ohio have risen twenty four cents over the past month just four cents in the past week but it's all still the first time the prices have still been this low during the month of June since two thousand four and the race will go on one way or another there are two plans in place for the Indy five hundred one with fans on August the twenty third or one without fans that'll be held in October this news us survey sample legacy retirement group I'm Alison Wyant your ABC six the first warning weather forecast in sixty seconds they keep your tracks forever they're not honest and they.
Chicken Industry Executives Indicted on Price-Fixing Charges
"Justice department says executives from pilgrim's pride and Claxton poultry conspired to fix prices and rig bids for broiler chickens from at least twenty twelve to twenty seventeen the first executives to be charged in a long running investigation of price fixing in the industry could face ten years in prison and a one million dollar fine Terry Alden or ABC
"terry alden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Terry Alden or literacy rice knows all too well with covert nineteen can do and she wishes others to people who are not we everybody gets hello because we want to go get her husband Vincent is among the more than fourteen thousand U. S. deaths from covert nineteen the death tolls in New York New Jersey and in California all hitting record one day highs A. B. C.'s Tom yamas says that the worst may still be ahead for many parts of the country and leaders around the country say social distancing is starting to work with fewer hospitalizations in places like New York Ohio and Louisiana California is going to spend nearly a billion dollars to buy up to one two hundred fifty million masks each month during the outbreak the USDA has added snap benefit recipients in California and Arizona to a pilot program which allows shoppers to buy groceries online the latest states in that program that may eventually expand nationwide Linda Tripp has died she played a key role in the impeachment of former president Clinton she befriended the intern the former White House intern Monica Lewinsky made secret tapes of their conversations including Lewinsky telling trip that she had an affair with the president provincially turned over nearly twenty hours of those states to Kenneth Starr the independent prosecutor who investigated Clinton did that eventually lead to his impeachment Joe Biden is now the presumptive democratic nominee earlier today Vermont senator Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign the Dow closed up more than seven hundred points your listening to ABC news Alan the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic center the parties will drive a longer expressway's construction Miami Dade that's gonna be three ninety five west both for Biscayne Boulevard currently blocking your left lane also looking at some road work here that's on I. seventy five south on the ramp to Granbury road off ramp right lane is blocked and construction on ninety five that's gonna be north on the ramp to the airport expressway that off ramp is closed I'm Ricky was Tony's ready six ten W..
"terry alden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC news I'm Terry Alden the novel coronavirus outbreak is putting more things on hold the NBA is benching it season after a player tested positive jazz in the Oklahoma City thunder were about to tip off when the public address announcer said this night has been postponed the NBA said a jazz player had tested positive for covert nineteen those center Rudy Gobert was not in the arena at the time the NBA then suspended all of its games until further notice word came the same day the NC double they announced college basketball's March madness tournament would be played in arenas without spectators Aron Kader ski A. B. C. news New York the NHL says it is aware of the NBA's decision and that it's going to evaluate its options new York's postponing its big St Patrick's day parade similar actions being taken in Baltimore in Boston in Chicago and in Philadelphia with the World Health Organization now labeling the outbreak a pandemic and the U. S. death toll of at least thirty seven president trump has outlined a plan of action the speech from the oval office the president trying to reassure the nation this is not a financial crisis this is just a temporary moment of time that we will over come together as a nation and as a world the president banning travel from Europe for thirty days with some exceptions for the U. K. and other special cases and promising to help Americans who have no paid sick leave Andy field ABC news Washington Dow futures fell almost a thousand points after the president's speech the index today plunged nearly fifteen hundred points and send it into bear market territory economists Cary Leahy says there's no telling when it could recover here there is panic and there's unfortunately no historical pattern to stage it will get out of it among the latest cases of the virus a senior staffer in Washington senator Maria Cantwell's DC office and actors Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson you're listening to ABC news being a Bob Williams our top story Porygon is getting millions of dollars from the federal government to fight coronavirus eleven ninety K. E. exes Brad Ford has more organs received almost seven point three million dollars to fight covert nineteen that's part of the eight point three million dollars approved by Congress that money will be used by state local and tribal health officials fractions it'll limit the spread of the disease the Oregon health authority says four new cases have been confirmed they're in Polk Marion you Mattel into shoots county health officials are reaching out to other people it might have been exposed to the virus it appears all of these cases are from community transmission which means they didn't get it from traveling to another country as testing increases in Oregon more cases are expected to be reported governor brown's greenhouse gas emissions reduction plan will be watched intensely by one of the legislature's budget writers Democrat state senator Betsy Johnson believes all of Oregon needs to weigh in on the plan will there be any attempt to take any of the rule writing advisory meeting hearings out into Oregon where real Oregonians live and work he said yes I have no idea on the time frame that they're operating whether or not that is accomplished senator Johnson also wants to see the documents that show the governor has the authority to do all that is listed in her executive order with tax day a little over a month away scammers are trying to get taxpayers to part with their personal information rich Hoover with the Oregon department of revenue the only consolidated coal they'll send letters that we can set up fake websites Hoover says the department of revenue rarely calls tax payers and usually communicates by mail he says you can always call or check their website to find out accurate information I'm Bob Williams news radio eleven ninety K. E. X. box and.
"terry alden" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Terry Alden or it wasn't too long ago that economists were wondering when we might see a thirty thousand Dow will now the index is down two thousand point over the past two days tumbling eight hundred seventy nine more today on continued worries over the novel coronavirus ABC's Dr Nancy Meissonier says with the covert nineteen virus now spreading from person to person it's just a matter of time before it happens in the US location reported community spread now include Hong Kong Iran Italy Japan Singapore South Korea Taiwan and Thailand Congress now rushing to approve several billion for research and prevention Andy field ABC news Washington MasterCard and United Airlines joining a growing list of companies warning the virus could impact their finances chief market strategist art Hogan with national security says there could be more to come right now since we're not at that point where we think the bad news is peak markets are probably going to be looking at economic activity that is not just both of the first quarter but into the second quarter as well but he adds that this too shall pass a big change at the Walt Disney company change effective immediately Bob Eiger will still leave Disney but the CEO duties will go to Bob JPEG who most recently was head of Disney parks the goal was for me to turn over the day to day management of the company to Bob and free me up just to basically focus on the creative side in a conference call with Wall Street analysts Eiger said now that the twenty century fox acquisition is over in Disney plus is launched the time is right to start grooming his replacement change that will report tiger who's expected to stay on until his contract is up at the end of next year Disney is the parent company of ABC news J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood in one hour from now seven democratic presidential hopefuls will debate in South Carolina a federal judge hearing arguments on whether to grant Roger stone a new trial based on president trump's friend and campaign adviser claims of juror bias you're listening to ABC news a seventy four year old Aurora man is facing charges in the Feb of more than seven hundred thousand dollars from the VFW post prosecutors say Dan Molnar had complete control of the postbank accounts and use that access to tamper with a lottery machine and road improper checks about half of the three hundred fifty men suing Ohio State University over the sexual abuse allegations involving Dr Richard Strauss want the judge to resume their lawsuits saying that the university has refused to engage in productive settlement talks recreational marijuana supporters planning to launch an effort to legalize pot at the ballot box they see jobs reports a group of medical marijuana growers is leading the coalition to get a constitutional amendment on the November ballot backers of the proposal say anyone twenty one or older could bite possess or smoke up to one ounce of pot and grow six marijuana plants for personal use the group expected to file petitions with the attorney general's office later this week I'm a few drops in the campaign would need about four hundred forty three thousand valid voter signatures on petitions from about half of Ohio's eighty eight counties to get on the ballot this year police are warning a Strongsville community and others about telephone scams that are making the rounds callers are claiming to be Amazon or social security employees in an effort to still residents personal information anyone who gets a suspicious call should not answer it and report to the Ohio Attorney General a Cincinnati city councilwoman and president pro tem has been arrested on federal fraud bribery and extortion charges forty two year old Tamayo Denard was released this afternoon and will be in court March sixteenth for hearing Denard is accused of trying to sell her votes on issues and received fifteen thousand dollars last year more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily drive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I sandy Collins.
Boeing finds debris in 737 MAX jetliners
"More trouble for Boeing Boeing has discovered what's described as foreign object debris in fuel tanks of several undelivered seven thirty seven MAX planes utterance storage executive mark Jenks tells employees at the debris is absolutely unacceptable and the company tells ABC news that it plans a robust internal investigation plus a corrective action to production the seven thirty seven Max has been grounded since two crashes last year Boeing halted production last month while the company works with regulators on resolving software issues with the model Terry Alden or
"terry alden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC news I'm Terry Alden or Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill don't agree on much these days but at this hour the Senate is voting on a war powers resolution with bipartisan support has support from all Democrats and some Republicans including Susan Collins Todd young Mike Lee rand Paul and Terry Moran the resolution is expected to pass and the president is expected to veto the legislation AB season as the liquid terra and Washington the bi partisan divide is as strong as ever though one another issue whether president trump interfered in the sentencing guidelines Roger stone Kevin McCarthy was asked about a presidential tweet on the matter you have the answer from the department of justice is that the decision was made long before there is any tweet but lonely hold no one wants to trust that or believe that Democrats are calling for an investigation former vice president Biden on ABC's the view he waited on the rise of a competitor former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg ten thousand dollars on sushi yeah well Bloomberg data you can buy with everyone sure I don't think you can buy an election but it also says he believes he is still the best Democrat to beat president trump another airline is going to keep a Boeing jet grounded longer than it had planned to Southwest Airlines Boeing seven thirty seven MAX flights are now cancelled until at least August tenth southwest had previously canceled all Max flights until June and was matched by United and American Airlines now with the continued grounding of the Max and with training needed southwest is extending its cancellations Boeing is standing by its estimate for a mid twenty twenty return to flying ABC's Alex stone on to the Senate the house okay is a measure that removes the nineteen eighty two deadline to ratify the equal rights amendment closing arguments are underway in Harvey Weinstein's trial just before the hour the Dow was down thirty five points your listening to ABC news our top story students again courting a university walked out of classes morning to protest the school's impending closure there also conducting a sit in in the university president's office student Josh Latin says they want answers now we are asking for them to be transparent paper trail from when we paid our tuition to where it is now the school says it's closing due to financial reasons a US soldier from Oregon died in Afghanistan yesterday the department of defense as twenty one year old specialised branded Campbell from central point died at Bagram air field in a non combat related incident they did not release details of what happened Campbell was supporting operation freedom Sentinel he was assigned to the third battalion tenth Aviation Regiment out of fort drum New York Campbell was an aircraft structural repair for the department of defense is investigating his death had waiters unveiling the first draft of his claim an emergency declaration the drafters aim to detailing how the city plans to respond to climate change among the action points listed in the draft is a plan to pursue partnerships with youth serving organizations to support a youth led summit on climate in twenty twenty you mean society importance getting thirty two cats from hoarding incident in central Oregon more than forty cats ten dogs in a rabbit were rescued many of the cats beat on going medical care will be given medical check ups and then made available for adoption Oregon craft brewers hold there is what's called mania celebration starting this weekend Tony Roberts of the Oregon brewers guild says a drop paternity to sample beer and major local brewer we do tours we do sample a lot of brewers to be released as they celebrate their anniversary party so Khamenei is named after the tap the brewers used to sample the bear the festival strides in Portland this Saturday that expands to many brewery statewide February twenty second thirty.
Sanders takes lead in New Hampshire Democratic primary, Biden lags badly
"Celebrating what used to be a strong third place finish in the New Hampshire democratic primary at twenty percent support so far remote senator Bernie Sanders leading the pack with more than twenty six percent support followed closely by former mayor Pete booted judge with twenty four percent former vice president Biden's moved on the South Carolina which holds its primary at the end of the month and says he's the pick of minority voters which are a key voting bloc morally your support your commitment to this party have been taken for granted I have never once in my career since I got involved as a kid taken for granted and I give you my word as a Biden I never ever ever will ABC news is projecting that president trump will win the Republican primary with continuing coverage of the New Hampshire primary Terry Alden or
"terry alden" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Terry Alden or the presidential candidates have moved on to New Hampshire but the focus of the twenty twenty election still on Iowa after nearly twenty four hour delay due to technical problems the first results were announced a little more than an hour ago with sixty two percent of Iowa precincts reporting Pete booted Jed's leads the race for state delegate equivalents with Bernie Sanders second Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden round out the top four Iowa Democratic Party chairman Troy price could not say when the remaining results would come as chair of the party I apologize deeply for this he said the caucuses faced multiple reporting challenges but insisted the data is accurate parent teacher ski ABC news Manchester a list of democratic congressional members skipping tonight's state of the union address is growing presented at Steve Cohen of Tennessee writing quote I don't believe the president has the character or veracity necessary to address Congress is joined by California Democrat Maxine waters and freshman congresswoman Jana Presley and exam Joe costume Cortez who stated on Twitter quote I've decided that I will not use my presence at a state ceremony to normalize trumps lawless conduct and subversion of the constitution motor because our Audi ABC news Capitol Hill Maine senator Susan Collins one of the more moderate Republicans says she'll vote to acquit president trump on both articles of impeachment Collins says she believes the house jump to impeachment as a first resort rather than less this session is not about whether you like.
"terry alden" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"I'm Terry Alden or for just the third time in U. S. history a team of house members are trying to make the case to remove a sitting president A. B. C.'s any field at the Senate impeachment trial congressman and house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler playing a big part in today's impeachment trial the facts before us I not in dispute in fact Mister Nadler in the other house Democrats trying the case against the president saying he did not act alone in this is not about one perfect phone call this is the story of a corrupt government wide effort the Jew in ambassadors cabinet officials executive branch agencies and the office of the president Andy field ABC news Washington ABC's Karen Travers with White House reaction White House rapid response team was in overdrive sending out emails that interestingly echoed what the president has been saying subject lines are things like the call was perfect the president's been completely transparent with the American people and the president is up holding his constitutional duty for senators this has been a long and at times tedious process they're supposed to be sitting at their desks today many stored up or walk to the back of the chamber to stretch their legs president trump says he doesn't believe the reported traumatic brain injuries at some US troops sustained after Iran's retaliatory attack on Iraq or substantial no I don't consider them very serious injuries relative to other injuries and I've seen the president answering reporters' questions before he left Switzerland today's repeatedly claimed that no Americans were harmed in the attack on January eighth a congressman and democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is filed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton it accuses of former secretary of state of suggesting Gabbard is a favorite of the Russians a spokesman for Clinton called the suit ridiculous four people are dead after the crash.
"terry alden" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news I'm Terry Alden or Iranian state TV says mechanical issues are believed to be the cause of a plane crash in Tehran the cranium airlines flight with a hundred eighty people on board was headed for Kiev there are no signs of casualties after Iran launched an early morning rocket attack on US military facilities there it was in retaliation for the U. S. drone strike last week in Baghdad that killed the leader of the Iran's Islamic revolutionary guard ABC news senior foreign correspondent Iain panel is in northern Iraq we're hearing from the Kurdish regional governments here in northern Iraq is that the target will see a bill International Airport we know that some US troops a base set we're told that two of those missiles were intercepted a third Mr targets and landed in open ground president trump tweeting that all is well after the attack and that he plans to make a statement tomorrow morning Ron's move comes just hours after the president defended his decision to order the drone strike that killed general Qassem Soleimani the administration is now under mounting pressure to present evidence that solemn money posed an imminent threat but the president backed off his threat to Straker Ronnie in cultural sites something his own advisers acknowledged would be considered a war crime ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a new plan for an impeachment trial democratic leaders however calling it a cover up Connell told his members that despite Democrats demands he now has enough Republican votes to move ahead and start a trial in the Senate without committing to calling additional witnesses and that has been the big demand from Democrats that Republicans bring in key witnesses lake John Bolton Democrats and without them a trial in the Senate would simply be on fairly B. C.'s merry Bruce on Capitol Hill president trump has signed an emergency declaration for Porter Rico after this morning's earthquake at least one person confirmed dead you are listening to ABC news news radio six ten WTVN Alison Wyant following airstrikes in Baghdad which ill there Ron's Major General crude oil prices increased causing market speculation about what could happen to gas prices it's moments like this where you just want to do whatever you can to save money at the pump and be ready just in case prices do go up to Billings Jim Garrity says so far there's been minimal movement at the pompous supplies are expected to continue to build and pave the way for even cheaper gas prices but he does say more expensive crude prices could change that forecast we are less dependent on foreign oil than we've ever been America has become a major producer of crude oil so it's definitely not what it used to be the man who allegedly impersonated a missing child is going to court he was facing federal charges for claiming to be a missing boy out of Illinois now Brian reading a Madonna has apparently agreed to a plea deal court documents say the twenty three year old is expected to plead guilty tomorrow to aggravated identity theft it was last April when Rainey was found wandering the streets of Newport Kentucky near Cincinnati claiming that he was Timothy pets in and that he had just escaped from the people who were holding him captive the real Timothy pets and disappeared several years ago and is still missing the terms of the plea deal for Brian rainy have not yet been made public Rick you channel here one imports is reportedly getting ready to file for bankruptcy and plans to cut jobs the home furnishings retailer plans to.
"terry alden" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Terry Alden or Congress got its work done and is headed home for the holidays and now it's up to president trump to keep the government from shutting down at midnight resident trump is expected today to sign to massive spending bills passed by Congress this week government funding expires tonight at midnight but unlike last year there won't be a government shut down this year Congress split funding over two bills in one Congress raise the legal age across the country to buy tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one and everybody got a win the president got one point four billion for a border wall and Democrats got long sought domestic spending increases Karen Travers ABC news the White House lying somewhere tomorrow pack plenty of patience airlines for America an industry trade group expects two point nine million people to fly on major US airlines have to have a million more than on most days that same number of people projected on board planes the twenty sixth and twenty seventh of this month a vote in the United Nations Security Council to continue humanitarian aid to Syria has failed there were thirteen yes votes but Russia and China blocked I'm sitting here before each of you in a state of shock the consequences of the Russian federation and China's vetoes of the security council resolution will be disastrous US ambassador to the U. N. Kelly craft police in Texas have confirmed that a body found in a home near Houston E. is that of Heidi Broussard the mother from Austin went missing last week along with her infant daughter a baby girl was found alive at the scene carnival cruise line says two of its ships will continue their planned itineraries even though.
"terry alden" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Terry Alden or a gunman dead three other shot at a military base in Hawaii ABC's Alex stone with the very latest on this developing story lockdown has now been lifted vehicles are going in and out of joint base Pearl Harbor the navy is confirming ABC news a navy sailor shot three department of defense employees at the Pearl Harbor ship yard then that sailor shot himself taking his own life based security an NC I answer handling the investigation the shooting happened in the area of a dry dock the conditions of the victims are known this shipyard repairs maintains and modernizes our ships and submarines for the U. S. Pacific Fleet it's across the harbor from the Pearl Harbor national memorial which on Saturday will mark the seventieth anniversary of the Japanese attack that propelled the U. S. into World War two for constitutional law scholar's debating the president's actions and if they meet the standard of impeachment three of them called the Democrats by the Democrats say they did the fourth disagree further Jonathan Turley call by Republicans said he did not vote for trump but he is still troubled by the Democrats impeachment inquiry in an agitated time in our country I get it your mad the president's mad my Republican friends are mad my democratic friends our man my wife is man my kids are man even my dog seems mad is that Democrats don't have the evidence they need ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran a big marches planned for Thursday in Paris police ordering all businesses cafes and restaurants along the route to close the demonstrators are angry over president no qualms plans to overhaul the nation's retirement system stocks snapped a three day losing streak the Dow closed up within a hundred forty points today your listening to ABC news.
Disney Plus accounts were hacked and sold online for as little as $3
"Disney says its new Disney plus streaming service doesn't have a security breach but some users have been shut out after hackers try to break into their accounts the new site ZD net found stolen account user names and passwords selling for three dollars on underground hacking forms the Walt Disney company is the parent company of ABC news Terry Alden or A. B.
Still in credit card debt from last Christmas? You’re not alone
"The holiday shopping season is soon to kick off but here's the thing many people are still trying to pay off last year's death still paying off last year's holiday debt analysts children's Alice's you're not alone thirty five million Americans still have debt from last holiday season most say they won't go into that again this year in Gonzales is yeah they will not a third of them said that they do plan on spending less holiday money than last year we'll see if that is actually true or not the national retail federation says no and projects a four percent increase in spending she says one way to stay in the black is to create a holiday shopping budget early on and stick to it Terry Alden or
"terry alden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"News. I'm Terry Alden or a shooting in Vancouver Washington where police are negotiating with the suspect inside an apartment lease and federal agents are on scene at a retirement living building where shots were fired in the lobby three people were injured cap can with Vancouver Washington police as a shooter is holed up in his own apartment he had identified as a potential suspect he is a resident of the apartment complex and we have been in verbal communication with him through crisis a few residents of the building had been evacuated others are sheltering in place that like stone ABC news in Texas Baylor University is given the all clear after warning of a dangerous situation local media reports say there was a shooting at a student apartment complex no other details are available as house Democrats move ahead with an impeachment inquiry stemming from a whistleblower complaint that says president trump pressed Ukraine's leader to investigate the family a political rival Joe Biden the president is calling a new country into the met president truck now asking more countries to investigate the bidens. just started investigation into the by asked whether he'd already spoken to the Chinese leader about it but certainly something we could start thinking about friends comments came right after he noted a delegation from China will be in the U. S. next week for trade talks in as like a terra ABC news Washington Connecticut governor Ned Lamont is warning residents not to vape as a state confirms its first vaping related del..
North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds, Scientists Say
"Birds are vanishing from North America. Jerry all thing tells us why. birds chirping something you may take for granted but after hearing this maybe you won't a study published in the journal science which takes into account the most comprehensive inventory ever done a north American species finds the cottons lost three billion dollars since the nineteen seventies or nearly thirty percent of the raiders US and Canadian researchers concerned to say even common birds like sparrows and black players are in decline scientists a climate change is to blame masses infrastructure and yet. Terry Alden or
U.S. cases of vaping-related illness rise to 530 as outbreak widens
"From ABC news. I'm Terry Alden or an eight person has died from an illness linked to vaping this time in Missouri where officials say a man in his forties had only been vaping since may news of the death comes just hours after the CDC's Dr and show could reveal that the number of long illnesses linked to vaping nationwide has risen to five hundred thirty cases consistent each cigarette or vaping product substance additive or brand has been identified in all cases the FDA says a criminal investigation is
"terry alden" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Terry Alden or for the second time this year the fed is cutting its benchmark interest rate chairman Jerome Powell telling reporters while rate drop was not on their radar for months ago we've seen additional signs of weakness abroad and a resurgence of trade policy tensions including the imposition of additional tariffs slush global growth outlook has weakened notably in Europe and China. additionally a number of geo political risks including brexit remain unresolved this analysts noting the feds cut rates twice in three months I think the likelihood is that they do go the attic and this year senior U. S. economist nat west Kevin Cummins Chuck C. written ABC news stocks closed mostly higher the Dow at a thirty six the S. and began to point but the nasdaq lost ten president John says he's moving to increase financial sanctions on Iran over the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil installations we have to do something well do it without hesitation secretary of state Mike Pompeii who's in Saudi Arabia called the attack an act of war against the kingdom by Iran but Iran denies involvement and American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging the flight could be a terrorist sympathizer Majeed along he told investigators he sabotage the navigation system on American flight twenty eight thirty four from Miami to the Bahamas in July because he wanted to get overtime pay to fix it federal prosecutors in Miami revealed they found an ISIS propaganda video on a on a cell phone and the judge denied bond out of fear a line he could be a danger to the community he's charged with willfully damaging an aircraft it's possible those charges change went along the next appears in court on Friday ABC's Erin to Turkey in New York the justice department as a Florida man has been indicted on several charges for allegedly cyber stalking and threatening a black activist in Charlottesville Virginia who intended to run for city council the indictment alleges Daniel McMahon expressed white supremacist views on social media and threaten the candidate with physical harm the man's attorney denies all the allegations your listening to ABC news. and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John for ninety three oh two with your top local stories women who say they were sexually abused.
"terry alden" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Terry Alden or if you live on north Carolina's barrier islands you'll need to pack up and leave starting at eight AM tomorrow morning governor Roy Cooper's issued an evacuation order with hurricane Dorian expected to brush the coast on Thursday and he says he may add entire counties to the order thing we did learn from Florence is particularly when you have such mass evacuations from the coast that we did need large mega shelters in the middle of the state because most of the local shelters were overflowing there just wasn't enough room for them Dorian now category to strength is finally moving away from the Bahamas tropical storm force winds and storm surge expected for Florida's Atlantic coast into tonight but tomorrow things may be starting to get back to normal not far away from here in Orlando Walt Disney world parks will re open tomorrow according to Disney the parent company of ABC news by tomorrow most of the storm will be out of the area it's ABC's Alex stone in Melbourne Florida the Orlando airport is scheduled to reopen at one PM tomorrow NTSB investigators are now on the scene of that deadly boat fire off the coast of southern California member Jennifer home Andy offer your condolences to the victims' families was a terrible tragedy and I cannot imagine what the families are going through right now and so our hearts go out to each and every one of you it appears that thirty four people on board the boat died in the fire a survivor of Saturday's deadly shootings in West Texas speaking with ABC news Markin's Allah says anyone who may contemplate such a crime should get help not gonna do nothing good with eight hours you're mad in August talk to someone who can solace was shot twice while he was stopped at a red light worries about the latest round of tariffs on Chinese imports sent stocks lower today the Dow closed down two hundred eighty five points your listening to ABC news did you. our top local story pink slips that Nestle Portland the company has notified state officials that he plans to lay off fifty three workers at its northeast Portland plant starting November first the entire facility they say will close permanently as part of the company's restructuring of its frozen foods division one person is hurt after shooting last night yourself these ninety second in Maine in the Montebello neighborhood Kate is Dan McCarthy says police haven't released any information about the person who was shot police say they first got here at around eleven thirty last night they found one person with injuries but we don't know who that is or how bad their injuries are suspect fled the scene before officers arrived and they haven't released any suspect information I'm old my county grand jury has indicted thirty eight year old Christopher hall on ten counts for an attack on a woman and a police officer on August twenty fifth hall is accused of stealing a chain and lock from church he tried to hit a police officer with the lock then he ran into a McDonald's at eighteen the west.
Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand says she's dropping out of 2020 presidential race
"Or another democratic presidential candidate is calling it quits Democrat cure Stangel around of New York says she's dropping out of the race for the nomination amid low polling and struggles with fundraising repeating democratic New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand says she's dropping out of the race for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination I'm Terry Alden or this is been a special report from
Apple Rolling Out Software To Detect Third Party Battery Replacements
"Apple is rolling out new software that can detect when an owner replaces their iPhone battery at an on authorized repair shop that was installed by a third party that is to say a dealer company it's not apple they'll see a message a warning on screen warning that the battery might not be healthy and that's true even if it was a brand new battery in good condition that's in gadgets down a woman she says a softer is intended to keep apples products working reliably by keeping repairs and house but that doesn't mean I phone owners should swear off replacing batteries on their own my guess is that most third party repair shops a special the ones that have a credible rating and and good reviews they've probably seen tons of iPhones and probably done this before and it will probably be just fine the update comes after the company introduced similar softer limitations to the macbook pro and the I mac desktop late last year with tech trends I'm Terry Alden or
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"I'm Terry Alden or one of the first victims hit by gunfire in the Dayton mass shooting was the shooter sister that's according to police who were released a new video only really surveillance video showing the gunmen arriving at the Oregon district with his sister and companion before eventually separating the gunmen going back to the car to get the weapon a hoodie and tactical gear the sister companion were among the first shot but Dayton police chief Richard Beal says investigators still can't agree whether they were targeted summer saying absolutely not he he was not intentional something no I had to be I would say it's inconclusive Dayton police now confirming seventeen people hurt by gunfire up from the initial number of fourteen Bryan Burrough ABC news Mexican prosecutors have met with US diplomats and the FBI to share information on investigations into the el Paso Walmart mass shooting we're twenty two were murdered including eight Mexican nationals markets soaring on Wall Street after the trump administration said it would delay most of the terrorists plan to impose on Chinese goods until December ABC news chief business and economics correspondent about to drive away Wall Street is reading this is that the U. S. blinked here and that they tough talk has now amounted to pushing back the deadline probably because president trop the White House got tons of phone calls from every CEO saying you can't do this to me especially not in front of the all important holiday season the Dow at a three hundred seventy three points the S. and P. gained forty three the nasdaq rose a hundred fifty three federal prosecutor BJ packs as a grand jury has indicted reality TV stars Todd and chrisley Julie chrisley on a victory charges including tax evasion for allegedly trying to hide their show income from the IRS because rich in your.
How the Federal Reserve's interest rate cut will affect Americans
"I'm Terry Alden or borrowing will get cheaper in many cases says the federal reserve announces a quarter of a percent cut jokey interest rates supports confidence to ports economic activity household and business confidence and through channels that we understand so it will lower borrowing costs read your Jerome Powell in explaining the move chief economist Diane swung says the rate cut is like a safety net as a U. S. consumer what the fed is trying to do is add a little more it'll turn a consummated strong but not spectacular in terms of wage games and things
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"I'm Terry Alden or borrowing will get cheaper in many cases as the federal reserve announces a quarter of a percent cut jokey interest rates supports confidence to ports economic activity household and business confidence and through channels that we understand so it will lower borrowing costs venture Jerome Powell in explaining the move chief economist Diane swung says the rate cut is like a safety net as a U. S. consumer what the fed is trying to do is add a little more it'll turn a consummated strong but not spectacular in terms of wage gains and things like that stocks tumbled on Wall Street after Powell said he doesn't envision a long series of rate cuts the Dow fell three hundred thirty four points the nasdaq gave up ninety eight and the SNP dropped thirty three in one hour ten more presidential candidates will debate in part two of the second democratic debate in Detroit democratic lawmakers say they have a measure to say pre existing conditions or any efforts to do away with them Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says by forcing a vote on a resolution challenging the trump administration's health care moves Democrats are testing where the Republican colleagues stand on the issue these Republicans campaigned on protecting Americans with pre existing conditions but their silence when the trump administration sues to undo the whole ACA the resolution reverses guidance by the health and Human Services department allowing states to waive some requirements of the affordable Care Act which could leave your plan options for those with pre existing conditions Monaco's Arabi ABC news Washington Hamza bin laden the son of al Qaeda leader Osama bin laden is believed to be dead that's according to US officials who tell ABC news that US intelligence played a role in the operation that killed bin laden it isn't known when and where he died in the trump administration isn't commenting on the matter your listening to ABC news.
House passes resolution formally denouncing Trump tweets as racist
"House Democrats you're sending a very clear message they wanted to go on the record too strongly condemned the president's racist tweets and they use that word and this is about trying to yes and a forceful message from the house of representatives but let's be honest this is also largely about house Democrats trying to force Republicans to go on the record that they had to cast a vote one way or another to say where they stood on the president's comment the vote was two forty to one eighty seven for Republicans joining the Democrats in voting yes moments later Texas Democrat Al Green introduced another resolution form of the resolution is as follows impeaching Donald John trump the debt of the United States of high misdemeanor there was no vote on that resolution and it's unclear if there will be one Terry Alden or
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"ABC news I'm Terry Alden or president John standing by his tweets here's ABC Cecilia Vega president denied his tweets were racist as far as I'm concerned if you hate our country if you're not happy here you can leave that's what I said in a tweet which I guess some people think is controversial a lot of people love it by the way among those who love it white supremacists one prominent website saying this is the kind of white nationalism we elected him for the democratic Congress woman at the center of the tweets had their say bonded to harsher even racist comments from the president they hate our country those progressive representatives say that incendiary language just matches the president's actions I am not surprised that he used that uses the rhetoric that he does when he violates international human rights and takes thousands of children away from their families president trump says those members of Congress can leave the U. S. because he only sees them complain about it the representatives call that hypocrisy for the president saying his entire campaign was about things he said were wrong with America Trevor all ABC news Capitol Hill customs and border patrol is launched an internal investigation into alleged inappropriate social media posts the bail hearing for a Jeffrey Epstein began today attorneys for the financier accused of sexual trafficking say he's no flight risk but prosecutors presented some new evidence which they say shows that is not the case the judge will have the final say on Thursday on wallstreet stocks didn't move too much today but it was enough to send at least two of the indices into record territory the Dow closed at an all time high as did the nasdaq day one of Amazon prime day not just the bargains getting attention today but demonstrations workers at one of the company's warehouses in Mrs Minnesota walked off the job over what they say are in humane working conditions you're listening to ABC news.
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"I'm Terry Alden or a divide on Capitol Hill over president trump's tweets among the Republicans to respond so far Utah senator Mitt Romney calling the comments a destructive demeaning and is unifying South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham on fox news this morning dismayed by the tweets as well saying the president should aim higher Democrats have been expressing outrage all day long senator Chuck Schumer says the president's comments telling minority congresswomen to go back to where they came from drip with racism the Senate minority leader calling out silent Republicans saying he wonders if that silence is out of embarrassment or agreement the president's comments demand combination from all corners of the political spectrum ABC news after Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about his reaction to the president's remarks the senator refused to answer saying he take questions during his typical Tuesday conference cover all ABC news Capitol Hill the White House is changing the rules for seeking asylum starting tomorrow those who make it to Mexico will be required to wait there while the US considers the application is new asylum role will almost certainly be challenged in court the ACLU calls it patently unlawful U. S. law currently allows asylum seekers to seek protections here in the U. S. no matter how they arrive he sees Karen Travers flood threats continue and water long Louisiana whose race to restore power in Louisiana the flood threat is rising in other areas zero and the impacts of very turning deadly on Florida's beaches Sunday animosity beach goers forming a human.
Massive explosion damages mall in Florida, injures at least 20
"Authorities are combing through the debris after an explosion today at a mall in plantation Florida this man named Raleigh was at an LA fitness gym located just across the street from the sight of blood when I went out right on it's like a war zone the blast he says was strong enough to blow in the windows of the gym people were still in stock and crying and screaming very confused everyone was rushed some people were rushing out the door the city's fire department is reporting at least twenty people were hurt at least two of them seriously injured A. B. C.'s Roy Romer's on the scene right now there are no reported fatalities but there are several injuries we're told that several people have been transported the hospital right now will work together more information as to how this explosion started now in stable firefighter short time ago he did tell me that he believes this may have all started from a Pizza Hut it is directly across from that LA fitness thirties are telling people to stay away from the scene Terry Alden or ABC