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"tom costello" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Now. The cova crisis a new cdc guidance on travel while still urging americans against nonessential travel those fully vaccinated are now considered low risk at tom costello reports. There's concern about this holiday weekend heading into the easter weekend concern. Tonight that's super spreader. Events could undermine progress against the pandemic leading to a potential fourth wave as nearly nine hundred people are still dying every day. Crowds expected from beaches to backyards at airports. Nationwide a year of cabin fever quickly turning into the great escape. One and a half million air travelers on thursday alone with twenty two percent of us adults now fully vaccinated the cdc still recommending against non essential. Travel is also offering new travel guidelines fully vaccinated travelers. Do not need to be tested before or after traveling in the us unless their destination requires it and there is no need to self quarantine fully vaccinated grandparents can to visit their healthy grandkids without getting a covid. Nineteen test or quarantining internationally. Many countries are still restricting travel. But the cdc says those who are fully vaccinated and do travel internationally. Do not need to get a cova test. Before leaving the us unless required by their destination those passengers should get a negative test before returning to the us. But they don't need to quarantine when they get home. Also tonight with the picking up airlines are starting to do away with many of the waivers. They've issued for ticket change vs during the pandemic airlines right now are starting to roll back waivers on the cheapest there's out there the really dirt cheap advanced purchase their tickets

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CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are  fully vaccinated

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

CDC updates travel guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated

"Now. The cova crisis a new cdc guidance on travel while still urging americans against nonessential travel those fully vaccinated are now considered low risk at tom costello reports. There's concern about this holiday weekend heading into the easter weekend concern. Tonight that's super spreader. Events could undermine progress against the pandemic leading to a potential fourth wave as nearly nine hundred people are still dying every day. Crowds expected from beaches to backyards at airports. Nationwide a year of cabin fever quickly turning into the great escape. One and a half million air travelers on thursday alone with twenty two percent of us adults now fully vaccinated the cdc still recommending against non essential. Travel is also offering new travel guidelines fully vaccinated travelers. Do not need to be tested before or after traveling in the us unless their destination requires it and there is no need to self quarantine fully vaccinated grandparents can to visit their healthy grandkids without getting a covid. Nineteen test or quarantining internationally. Many countries are still restricting travel. But the cdc says those who are fully vaccinated and do travel internationally. Do not need to get a cova test. Before leaving the us unless required by their destination those passengers should get a negative test before returning to the us. But they don't need to quarantine when they get home. Also tonight with the picking up airlines are starting to do away with many of the waivers. They've issued for ticket change vs during the pandemic airlines right now are starting to roll back waivers on the cheapest there's out there the really dirt cheap advanced purchase their tickets

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"tom costello" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With roadwork happening on the turnpike South found after 27th Avenue, blocking your right lane onto Miami Dade roadwork on the turnpike South phone on the ran from the shoulder that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky Verso News Radio 6 10 W. Y o D. A little bit warmer than what we've seen already starting out the morning with 72 degrees in Fort Lauderdale and 71 heading toward Darryl. It's now 501 CDC director Dr were show Wollensky is painting a grim picture this ongoing Corona virus pandemic. NBC's Tom Costello reports on the effort to speed up vaccine distribution, but the military is now likely to get involved in the rollout of the vaccines. FEMA requesting 10,000 troops. Help with the administration of the vaccines in 100 sites spread out across the country. Wolinsky kicked off the first briefing and the new White House coronavirus response team yesterday, noting the more than 425,000 Americans have been killed by the virus. She did express optimism about the success of vaccination, saying they're safe. They're effective. Loading growing concerns about the various virus variants and also added the global health officials are keeping a close eye on it, she did warn, just like other experts, now is not the time to travel. Over 100. More deaths here in Florida over 8400 new cases, The positivity rate confirmed to be over 10% on the right side. Almost 22,000 people, according to the Department of Health, got the second dose. So the covert vaccine For the first time in nearly a year, the Miami Heat hosting about 1500 fans at tonight's game against the Clippers, an effort to keep the Corona virus out of the arena. They're asking ticket holders to be screened by one of four cova detecting dogs. Adding innovative tools like dogs. Sniffing, of course, is really exciting, but it shouldn't give this false sense of security. Epidemiologist, Dr John Brownstein stresses testing should remain the gold standard. The team will offer rapid testing to those who don't want to be sniffed, but it could take up to 45 minutes to get the results and towards open just a half hour before tip off. Coming up on 503 Today marks 35 years since space shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after blasting off from Cape Canaveral. Just traveling up three. Engine out. 104% Challenger! Go it Throttle up Trauma. One minute 15 seconds 30 2900 ft per second altitude. Nine nautical miles downrange distance. 79 across seven people.

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Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

"Pennsylvania woman wanted for her role in the capital riots been taken into custody. The FBI says she intended to send a computer stolen from Speaker Pelosi's office to Russian intelligence. NBC reporter Tom Costello says Riley Williams was seen on video near Pelosi's office during the seed. Investigators believe that deal with the Russians fell through and Williams either still had the computer or she's destroyed it. Pelosi's chief of staff, says the laptop was only used for presentation.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tom Costello picks up the story from there. Well, the vials went bad, because of course you have to keep those vials. Very cold temp. So you had 500 doses that went bad. He's now facing several charges, including two felonies. Brandenburg allegedly told police she thought the vaccine was not safe and could change. People's DNA's. A 47 year old was a pharmacist at advocate Aurora Health in graft in which is about 20 miles north of Milwaukee. He's being held on $10,000 bond following a court appearance yesterday. President Trump could find himself in legal trouble over the recently unveiled phone call made to Georgia's set. Precarious state. Mary Beth Moylan, associate dean at the Make George School of Law in Sacramento, says the president's actions could be considered illegal. If he knows his claims aren't true. There are federal laws, and there are state laws in Georgia that Prohibit someone attempting to change the outcome of an already certified election. Congress isn't likely to take action on the call. Because President is only in office until January. 20th. There is the possibility that federal attorneys could address the matter. The Republican National Committee begins its four day in person winter meeting in Amelia Island, Florida today. There's a lot on the agenda, with some Republicans planning to object as Congress moves to ratify results of the Presidential election tomorrow. Republicans are in a holding pattern right now to see what Donald Trump's going to do how he exits office and how he talks to his supporters and what Donald Trump plans for the future. Very university's Dr Sean Foreman says he expects lead members of the GOP to meet secretly to discuss their strategies. Michael Kastner, NBC news radio. Here's this week's I. Heart radio countdown.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KTOK

"Don't travel for Thanksgiving this year, but all possible, But many Americans can't resist the need to be with family and friends tomorrow, NBC's Tom Costello says Air Travel is down somewhat. But if you look at what's happening nationwide, we've got about a million people a day now traveling That is up significantly from what we've seen over the last few weeks. In fact, that's the highest number since the pandemic began back in March. Many more people are traveling by the family car as usual. The incoming by the administration is beginning to reach out to the outgoing Trump Administration Now that there is a green light to do so. A member of the White House coronavirus Task Force Admiral Bret Jawad, tells MSNBC. What contact is being made? I personally have been contacted by several members of the public health. Team on the new administration. Informally, we have not had formal transitions. But even today, ah formal transition between the Biden team and Operation Warp speed is happening. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's spoken with Biden chief of staff Wrong Plane. Trump campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani is speaking at an event held by Pennsylvania Republicans to make several claims of voter fraud during the 2020 election in Gettysburg, Giuliani said the Trump campaign has been denied the opportunity to speak out by big tech and big TV networks. In a scathing op ed for USA Today, Georgia's secretary of state, says President Trump threw him under the bus. Sarah Bartlett has details in it. Brad reference. Burger seems to respond to the president who recently criticized him for not allowing his team to look at signatures on Georgia's mail in voter envelopes, claiming they would find tens of thousands of illegal votes in the op ed reference. Burger, who says he and his family are Trump supporters writes that he thought to uphold the integrity of the election. Multiple reports say. Argentina soccer legend Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to touch on how there's no set formula for marriage, and he even gives us some tips. When we know we need a little bit of time together. We just try to go have some time together and And obviously having a crazy house full of kids and stuff like that. There's so many factors that are going on that can make me and Caroline get a little off touch, so we just try toe. We just try to take a step back and.

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"tom costello" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The CDC is no. Don't travel for Thanksgiving this year, but all possible, But many Americans can't resist the need to be with family and friends tomorrow, NBC's Tom Costello says Air Travel is down somewhat. But if you look at what's happening nationwide, we've got about a million people a day now traveling That is up significantly from what we've seen over the last few weeks. In fact, that's the highest number since the pandemic began back in March. Many more people are traveling by the family car as usual. The incoming by the administration is beginning to reach out to the outgoing Trump Administration Now that there is a green light to do so. A member of the White House coronavirus Task Force Admiral Bret Jawad, tells MSNBC. What contact is being made? I personally have been contacted by several members of the public health. Team on the new administration. Informally, we have not had formal transitions. But even today, ah formal transition between the Biden team and Operation Warp speed is happening. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's spoken with Biden chief of staff Wrong Plane. Trump campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani is speaking at an event held by Pennsylvania Republicans to make several claims of voter fraud during the 2020 election in Gettysburg, Giuliani said the Trump campaign has been denied the opportunity to speak out by big tech and big TV networks. In a scathing op ed for USA Today, Georgia's secretary of state, says President Trump threw him under the bus. Sarah Bartlett has details in it. Brad reference. Burger seems to respond to the president who recently criticized him for not allowing his team to look at signatures on Georgia's mail in voter envelopes, claiming they would find tens of thousands of illegal votes in the op ed reference. Burger, who says he and his family are Trump supporters writes that he thought to uphold the integrity of the election. Multiple reports say. Argentina soccer legend Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. I hard radio goes one on one with the edge and borrow.

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COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

NBC Nightly News

02:36 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges

"Drug. Giant pfizer requested emergency authorization today for its covid vaccine which it claims is ninety. Five percent effective. Tom costello has late. Details it's shaping up to be the fastest vaccine development and us history after forty four thousand. Volunteers rolled up their sleeves. Pfizer today became the first drug company to seek emergency. Fda authorization for a covert nineteen vaccine. We will continue. The work already underway to make sure we can begin shopping. The vaccine immediately after radiation. We're approval vaccine maker. Moderna also expected to its data soon putting both companies on track for fda clearance within weeks. We could have a decision from fda and within twenty four hours of that we will have started distributing millions of doses of safe and effective vaccine to begin protecting our most vulnerable across america. Here are five key steps to authorization. The vaccine trials include at least thirty thousand people who are diverse in race age and risk groups. The fda requires two months of follow up safety data before drugmakers can even submit for emergency use side effects typically appear in the first two months so far both companies report. No serious side effects both pfizer and madeira claimed their vaccines are ninety. Five percent effect to the question will they completely prevent a cova one thousand nine infection and how long that protection. Last the fda's advisory panel will convene on december tenth review the pfizer data. Then the fda will vote on whether to approve it. Meanwhile cdc advisory group will recommend should get vaccinated. I i li efficacious and effective vaccines have crushed epidemics like smallpox and polio. and measles. we can do that. The fda expects to have enough doses to begin vaccinating twenty million people by year's end starting with healthcare workers the general public likely following in the spring or summer. All right now. Tom joins us tom. They're even more vaccines coming down. The pike in the new year your astra zeneca and johnson and johnson both expect to have their vaccine candidates ready in the first quarter. The military is already planning the distribution for all of this within twenty four hours of approval. It plans to start shipping the vaccine to all fifty states. It's a big logistical challenge and tom. A vaccine can't come fast enough as more than two thousand. Americans died from covid it a single day for the first time since may and the number hospitalized set a record at more than eighty thousand.

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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines to stop blocking middle seats in December

NBC Nightly News

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines to stop blocking middle seats in December

"Airlines says it will no longer block the middle seat on planes starting December I leaving just Delta and Alaska keeping those seats empty. Here's Tom Costello. Southwest and Delta had been blocking middle seats to get passengers a few feet of social distance during the pandemic. But with new research suggesting it's safe to fly southwest says it will sell every available seat starting December. First American and united are already filling middle seats. Delta plans to do. So in the first half of next year, the facts are that it is a very safe environment. And with all of the filtering techniques with air wearing masks facing forward, is a very healthy environment. The entire industry is in crisis passenger volume down sixty five percent losing billions of dollars in the third quarter alone without more government help tens of thousands or furloughed south. West is now asking its unions to take pay cuts to avoid furloughs their

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"tom costello" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"tom costello" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"H. Baileigh might be checking in salt. Pass along a you. Later. And it's. Time for us also this week to have our weekly appearance today with a male clinic big knocker William Maurice. We call him bill. He apparently had his was at his today. Show debut I. Thank you? It was hill. Remind us if it wasn't. For All I know he's a regular. It could be but yeah. He had Tom Costello of today's show fame and Gussie news fame apparently chatted with our guy big knocker today. I wonder I called them big knocker I. Doubt it. He's got a very authoritative voice when he reports Dr Maurice, no Tom Kosta Castillo. Okay, 'cause I we watched that a lot of mornings and he's always on one of the bigger stories. I also have today in my right hand, I have. What might be the best. Mask power rankings I've ever read Oh good. covid nineteen mask power rankings ranking the most effective masks down to the least effective masks and don't forget kids. Just because we ask you to wear a mask doesn't mean we don't care anymore about you washing your hands and properly distancing so only get confused. Very, confusing, otherwise because most people think it's just about the mask apparently. That's more trouble. There Aunts Laurie Fisher Wow.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The US is setting a new record for daily Corona virus cases. And unfortunately for deaths, health experts are very concerned about the growing death toll. Now at 140,000 people in the United States from Cove it 1000 people a day are dying, and they're very worried that we may get hit a 240,000 people. Total by November. NBC's Tom Costello reporting over 77,000 new infections were reported on Thursday. It's the first time the U. S has eclipsed the 70,000 mark. The US has over 3.5 million Cove in 19 cases, over 138,000 Americans have lost their lives Pulitzer, getting some support from Aurora Mayor Mike Kaufman and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on the statewide mask order. Kaufman says he wasn't previously in favor of such an order. But he is now worried that the numbers for the virus we're heading in the wrong direction near Hancock called the Mask Order a powerful tool to help stop the spread of covert 19. Georgia's governor is making an effort to block Atlanta's mask requirement. Kim filed the lawsuit Thursday challenging the mandate. Arguing Mayor Qi Sha Lance bottoms went against his own emergency orders, but his order only encourages the use of face masks and keeps local governments from putting in their own mask requirements. NBC News Radio's Brian Shook reporting Joe Biden in town today, albeit virtually the wife of the presumed Democratic presidential nominee. Holding a listening session on her husband's economic recovery plan. Biden will also take a virtual tour of the Pipefitters local to await training facility in Denver President Trump is promoting his efforts to deregulate American businesses for everyone. New regulation added Nearly eight federal regulations have been terminated. He stressed that businesses are no longer under regulatory assaults, Quote unquote Coming up on Colorado's Morning news. He said he would sue over the mask mandate. State representative Patrick Neville joins us next to talk about those efforts and what he thinks about the mass mandate for the state. 8 48 right now, check your drive again. John.

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Contact tracing, temperature checks and masks: airline industry outlines new norms

NBC Nightly News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Contact tracing, temperature checks and masks: airline industry outlines new norms

"Now to the high anxiety in the airline industry and the devastating prediction today. From the CEO of Boeing Tom Costello calling the threat to the airline industry. Grave the prediction from Boeing. Co Two savannah. Guthrie today sent shockwaves through Wall Street and airline offices. You think there might be a major. Us carrier that just has to go out of business. Well it's I don't WanNa get a t to predictive on that subject but yes most likely you know something will happen. When September comes around Dave Calhoun did not say which airlines are most at risk but with few exceptions every airline is flying less than ten percent full on September thirtieth. The federal government's Bailout. Money comes to an end. Airlines are already warning that as many as one hundred thousand employees could be laid off if passengers don't return in large numbers. You don't know who has what how clean things have been at least on the plane. Flying in a covert and post covert world expect airline and airport facemask requirements six feet of separation while lining up airport health screenings. A new scanner checks for elevated body temperatures at Paine field in Washington state. Now three hundred forty-six airports nationwide are calling on the TSA to check every passengers temperature at security the TSA so far not embracing the idea. We have to make certain that those who choose to travel by air make it through the airport and feel as though they are as safe as they were if they were in their own home. When we'll airline travel get back to normal Boeing again with a sobering assessment. It might take us three five years to get there. Meanwhile Delta United American Airlines are requiring passengers to wear masks board that can be denied boarding if they don't but wants to play leaves the gate flight attendants will ask not forced passengers to comply

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New York is splitting one ventilator between two patients

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:32 min | 1 year ago

New York is splitting one ventilator between two patients

"Shortages of critical medical supplies are real and it's affecting healthcare workers across the nation New York city's mayor is warning that health care professionals in his city could run out of some basic medical safety equipment within a matter of days we talked about all of that with NBC correspondent Tom Costello who's been reporting on the shortages we talked to critical care nurses and doctors all over the country for the last week and to a person they tell us that this is becoming very very serious or we have to personally talk to doctors and nurses who are using the same mask for an entire ship imagine going from patient to patient to patient and being exposed to those patients and never being able to take off your mask works or swap out the mask in some cases even having to reuse the same gal so this is clearly a very critical situation now moments ago governor Cuomo in New York announced that he has managed to scrounge up enough P. P. personal protective equipment out for New York City he says so we are resolved in the short term in other words the next one to two to three weeks he says we bought everything we can worldwide but beyond that the next one to two weeks it becomes more critical FEMA is now sending New York four hundred ventilators but Cuomo says listen I need thirty thousand thirty thousand while we talked to critical care nurses and doctors in Washington state even down in San Diego which we think is is not nearly as acutely hit but this is really a critical situation across the country and and let me just say you know we've we've also heard of nurses got who've gone on Facebook and said please anybody my Facebook community I need masks I need gallons and people are dropping off thousands of masks and gowns on her doorstep you know masks that they had in their basement maybe to paint with and I think that's really where this is right now if you've got that in your basement get it and bring it to the local health department bring at your local hospital the needs that are cute even I think in our area Tom we are hearing about private companies that are stepping up to help are they able to generate enough of what's needed right now yes we've got a couple of examples of that you know we've got some Facebook for example an apple that are donating millions of masks that they have from their production stations were from their from their clean areas we've also got Ford and GM for example and Tesla send that they're going to help make ventilators and and that we all hope that they can and they can do it with great precision but but engineering experts say listen up ventilator is not really that simple it's an incredibly complex piece of equipment that pumps oxygen to the lungs while it removes carbon dioxide and it requires software and many many moving pieces and parts so just to announce the car companies going to start ramping up and making a ventilator which by the way has to be FDA approved before you put your mom your dad on it because they need to make sure it's not going to short circuit a shut down that is a tall order it's not the same as you know going from cars to tanks as we did in the nineteen forties we are in a new economy it's a high tech economy tremendous resources and brainpower and computer assist and three D. printers so this is a very much an all hands on deck effort worldwide but there is also some of the engineering expertise out there saying don't expect that you're just going to get this over night from a company that generally makes cars it may be a bigger challenge than that they are all on the game they're all in the game rather but just be aware of what the expectations are NBC correspondent Tom

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"tom costello" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The weather information we require at and the question is specific to information we requested from the public photos and videos that were sent in to witness AT and T. S. B. dot gov and weather we've been able to analyze any of those we do we are in the process of looking through all the photos and videos I will state thing a big thank you to the public every time we ask for information you send it in and it's very helpful to our investigation with that said we have received video and photos that are not of this helicopter or or even in this country so and will still need to thanks a lot time to verify that and that takes away from the investigators somebody says they need to do so while I do appreciate a lot of what we received in a majority of what we received is fantastic but in other areas it it does weigh star investigators to Tom Costello NBC news on the new to all this trouble yeah the same the neighboring install as this is the to redeem awareness warning system yeah hi Sir you're asking if the aircraft had some any type of GPS based terrain avoidance system again as mentioned we're going to be going through all the equipment that's on the aircraft so that we can understand.

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Holes in Iran plane crash wreckage raise new questions

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Holes in Iran plane crash wreckage raise new questions

"Around claims a Boeing jetliner that crashed this week in Tehran suffered an on board fire but reporter Tom Costello says many questions surround the crash that killed one hundred seventy six people why were commercial planes allowed to fly just hours after Iran fire dismissals and why didn't the Ukrainian airline keep its plane grounded Arron denies accusations of may have shot down the plane accidentally while firing missiles at U. F. A. U. S.

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American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging flight

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging flight

"A mechanic for American Airlines is accused of trying to sabotage a plane so we could get some extra pay reporter Tom Costello says the guy claimed he was affected by contract negotiations said he tampered with the plane in order to cause a delay or have the flight cancelled in anticipation of obtaining overtime work locally the pilot aborted the flight when alarms went off and nobody was

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"tom costello" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom costello" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Will stop selling him. gun ammunition and so called short barrel rifle ammunition that can be used in the salt style rifles Walmart announced on Tuesday it's going to stop selling handguns in Alaska which is the only place it still sells them NBC's Tom Costello says that's not the only change that Walmart is making the company said we are respectfully requesting that customers no longer openly carry firearms into our stores in states where open carry is permitted but may help reports the announcements come one month after man killed nearly two dozen people to Walmart in el Paso Texas that followed another shooting at a Walmart in Mississippi the Attorney General of Florida says her office is looking into reports of businesses taking advantage of people stocking up on supplies ahead of hurricane Dorian Ashley moody says more than twenty three hundred complaints of price gouging of comments in Florida was put under a state of emergency last week examples include gas stations jacking up their prices and stores over charging for water moody says investigators were sent into about a hundred fifty businesses to investigate complaints and in many cases they lowered their prices complaints can be made through the state's price gouging hotline or the new no scam APP Ricco show NBC news radio I'm going trade ties could cost a Brzesko farmers nearly one billion dollars in lost revenue the rest of farm bureau says farmers are complaining about retaliatory tears place on US exports in response to trade decisions by the trump administration the Omaha world Herald reports soybean farmers in Nebraska could lose five hundred and eighty nine billion dollars this year while corn growers could lose two hundred and fifty one million dollars in revenue and social media is on fire after Harry styles god is here the one direction singer's sporting a shorter hair style with bangs he debuted a new look while taking pictures in Italy and France have been reacting on social some are not taking it but most said he still looks hot no matter what Lisa Carter NBC news radio your.

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"tom costello" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Searched and it's the same the same configuration they using the global hawks which was pretty near drone plane and. Got it in their boat. You can check with Boeing, but. Yes, I'm aware. Are you do you do you know what they mean by uninterruptible? Yeah. It can be taken over from the ground be overridden by the votes. No it. That's fake. News fake news. Uninterruptible uninterruptible means that it has its own power source. So that if you have a power failure. You will not interrupt the flight management system. That's what it means. Well, well in this is it me it has the Boeing and Airbus put it configuration controls, but they cannot be they they cannot be hacked. They cannot be overridden when they cannot be hacked into. And and you can you all you have to do in an Airbus or Boeing is change the device that you that you're using for your navigation, and you just turn it to something else other than the right management system. That's all it is you just push a button. And now you're back to flying without the flight management system. From the ground on this control system. You the pilots can't do a thing with the plane from that point on in bullying, just it's just not true that is just flat through false. You don't know what you're talking about Jerry. I'm sorry. But but you're you're you're spreading some crazy conspiracy fake news. You just go go. Go talk. Go talk to some pilots and get educated on it. But I-, Jerry. I I don't know where you get your information from. But that's nutty. That that is just nuts. It doesn't make any sense. But some this is where we get these conspiracy sites, and they sit down they put these things together and say, well, you know, you've got this uninterruptible flight management system. And and yes, that's the power and the pilots. Can't do anything about it. Yes. You can turn it off. There's an off switch. Tom Costello who reports aviation for as NBC says the pressure is building on the Boeing company and the major carriers to ground this airplane. I think the political pressure is mounting and fast. And and here's when you've got China yesterday, having grounded the plane that was one thing and Indonesia, but then Australia with an NTSB that is very similar instruction. And and in terms of mission as the American NTSB and now the British air civil aviation board. These are among the most respected aviation regulators and Transportation Safety board's in the world all of them coming down on this insane. We don't have enough data to be confident and comfortable, and we don't want to take the risk that another plane might crash, but let me underscore yet. Again, we do not know what caused caused this Ethiopian plane crash. We do not know whether it's pilot error, by the way, one of the pilots had only two hundred hours in the cockpit. That's hardly anything. At all. We don't know. Whether there's an engine problem. Whether there was some sort of an electrical problem hydraulic. I mean, the long long list includes just about everything at this point. So it's just a simple fact that many of the nation may many of the world's regulators are not comfortable right now with the unknown. Yeah. So this is where we are. We Don as just said, we do not know what caused this crash. We do. Not know we do know preliminarily what caused the lion aircrash. This one is similar. But that doesn't mean that it is the same. So the black boxes I hope they are on their way right now to someplace where they can read those out and give us more information. Be there. They're not going to be able to pull the old. Well, be we'll have a report on this crash. Takes about a year. You know? No, they're going to have to to calm. Flyers and aviation boards around various governments around the world. They're going to have to come up with with some preliminary information on on what causes but so it really comes down to. We don't know what caused the crash. So should we make? Decision. Even though we don't know what caused it. The conservative decision is ground the plane. Do you think they should be grounded would you fly on one eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred opinions.

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Furloughed federal workers to miss second paycheck this week

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Furloughed federal workers to miss second paycheck this week

"Within the last twenty four hours a coast guard commandant has said this is unacceptable that members of the coast guard and their families are going to food banks to feed them. Selves, the common dot going to social media last night to essentially put out the word that this simply cannot continue business CEO's in Switzerland. Talking to NBC has have said this is embarrassing this the shows American dysfunction, and it's unbecoming of the United States of America. That's NBC's. Tom costello. A brief thaw today is increasing some areas of flooding across the Ohio people are watching for sewer backups in their homes today. City workers are also clearing storm drains as the warmer temperatures and rain caused rapid snow melt Franklin county residents are now able to text to nine one one in the event of an emergency. The service went live this morning after two years of work to assist those who may not be able to speak or cannot talk during a dangerous situation at this time, though, they're not able to receive photos or videos, but officials hope that that technology will be available soon. It is day to on the picket line for hundreds of rights state university professors today. Raises workloads and benefits or the sticking points in the negotiations that their union has been arguing with university over for over two years. Right state says all classes again today will go on as scheduled. Meanwhile, teachers in Denver, they overwhelmingly approved a strike this week Denver classroom. Teachers association said yesterday over ninety percent of unionized teachers they're voted in favor of going on strike. Meanwhile, teachers in Los Angeles, they're back in the classroom today after a strike lasted more than a week in California. Phoenix police they've charged a male nurse with sexual assault following the birth of a baby by a woman who is in a vegetative state at a long-term nursing facility late last month. Investigators say a DNA match with the infant boy lead. In led them to thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland won the women's caregivers at hacienda healthcare. This is a facility that you should be safe and someone wasn't and I really want for all our the hard work and their get occasion to make this case be solved and keep us safe. Sutherland was arrested yesterday that twenty nine year old victim has been incapacitated there since she was three years old a group of advocates for highway and auto safety say excessive speed has been a factor at least a quarter of all fatal crashes and home prices across the US are on the rise. If your ABC six first wanting weather four. Cast rain today with a high of forty three I'm Alison Wyant. The Rush Limbaugh show starts next bringing anything, but your best against the Ohio State buckeyes a team with a history of eleven all Americans and twenty four big ten titles. Not smart using ZipRecruiter to help. You find qualified candidates fast. That's smart.

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"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"L dot com. They don't get paid on Friday. According to the TSE and the union, you could see a lot of TSA no-shows at checkpoints, and that could mean longer security lines shut it down taste seventeen. Here. We are third. Longest is that what we determined third longest after tomorrow. It'll be tied for the second longest. That's when the CNN countdown will really kick in and they'll have that little clock in the in the right hand bottom of the screen in federal shutdown. How many days are we on what Tom Costello there from NBC was talking about was this is starting to happen across the country. Now started at Kennedy airport in New York. And now in Dallas is the other location. We've TSA agents starting to not show up. Just calling in sick. You think they're democratic representatives have called certain representatives of the TSA and said, hey, have all your people start calling in sick. So it starts to affect mainstream America in my opinion. Yes. I do think that curious because the. Then the average American would see the effect of the government shutdown. Yes. Whereas you probably wouldn't unless you're going to a national park, but CNN Friday was day fourteen and America's running fine. Nobody's died. We need to kick this up a notch. Yeah. I could see that happening. Call your union reps. Now, here's the excuse. Here is a union rep the president of the Dallas TSA union name is Rudy Garcia. Here's what he says the agents who were calling in sick. First of all why they're calling in sick. What they're doing in the media. If you don't have.

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"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"International airport will likely be seeing a lot of heavy rain over the next few days. So today will likely be the last day of good clear travel. Although we're going to be watching all the airports up and down the east coast. Now, the highways are also going to be inundated with rain, so the major highways east of the Mississippi, and specifically the I ninety five corridor that could be a really soggy mess and those highways are likely to be affected by heavy rain on Thursday and Friday. The good news isn't moves out of here by Saturday NBC's. Tom Costello, according to a recent poll, most Americans don't want to see the federal government shutdown over the issue of a border wall. Quinnipiac university poll assistant. Director. Tim Malloy says fifty four percent of respondents opposed building a wall along the border with Mexico. No doubt Americans vast majority of them want border security, but you know, we found by fifty four to forty three percent. They do not wanna porter ball and by about the same margin. They don't think it would work anyway. Bears captured in Florida on a doorbell. Cam video of a Naples doorbell camera is going viral. The homeowner was surprised to catch a black bear on camera at the front door. Go away go away. Looking at me berry. Go away. Homeowner told the bear to go away over the intercom Florida fish and wildlife officials remind residents to secure trash cans and to not feed animals to deter bears from coming into residential areas. Gut our website eight fifty W F T L dot com. Does he video of the black bear roughing up the Christmas decorations on their front porch? Character does news talk. Eight fifty WFL the minimum wage in Florida is about to go up twenty one cents more per hour. In twenty nineteen starting in January the minimum wage will now be eight dollars forty six cents an hour. Eight fifty T L news time is five old four. Here's traffic.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KTRH

"That's Tom Costello. It's now four minutes past the hour. Disgraced former CBS chief les Moonves will not get the one hundred and twenty million dollar settlement in his contract because of multiple claims of sexual impropriety against him. Twelve women came forward with allegations ranging from harassment to sexual assault over three decades Phyllis golden godly accused. Moonves has a physically restraining her and forcing her to perform oral sex on him. He really hurt my career and this coming after more troubling revelations at CBS, the company paid a staggering nine point five million dollar confidential settlements. Actress Elisa deuce coupe after she accused. Michael Weatherly, the star of the current hit bull a sexual harassment. That's ABC's. Eva pilgrim Texans are back home after Saturday's come from behind win at the New York. Jets to get to ten wins on the season. Head coach Bill Brian. I think ten wins is hard to do in this league. I give our players in our coaching staff a ton of credit Texans can clinch the AFC south with the wind Sunday. But they'll have to do it on the road against the defending Super Bowl champion. Philadelphia. Eagles rockets James harden has the NBA's Western Conference player of the week rockets went three and on the week with hard getting triple doubles, averaging thirty seven points, eight assists and nearly eight rebounds for the week on Wall Street another rough day out plunged five hundred seven points closing at twenty three thousand five ninety two. The NASDAQ lost one fifty seven s and p five hundred. It was down fifty four in crude oil off more than two dollars to forty nine sixteen barrel. News on demand at KTAR H dot com. Our next update at the bottom of the hour with breaking information as it happens. I'm Corey Olsen on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Things you don't like Michael berry. Hosted opinion morning at eight and afternoon at five at least I'm going to be honest with seven forty h this.

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"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eight tell art I'm meteorologist born Olesky for CBS twelve news partly cloudy skies to get you started on this Tuesday with temperatures in the mid to upper seventies see a few little light showers out There to get you, started but most of us will. Be dry we'll see, showers, and. Storms returning. During the afternoon hours today mostly, for our, inland locations and it will not be as widespread as yesterday much more scattered out there high temperatures, today will be in the upper eighties On the, air marshals union complaints, the program is a waste. Of, time, the American public would be better, served if these marshals were instead assigned to airport screening and check, in areas so that active. Shooter events can be. Swiftly ended very fine reporter Tom Costello from NBC's. Talking about, quiet skies which you're just like. I just heard about it. Yes yesterday TSA's plan here and civil rights and apparently that union from air marshals they're all upset about it possible. Violation of people's rights here's what it is it didn't identify individuals for intensive monitoring during flights basically. Here here's the short speak on? That, they're watching you in me it air marshal? Is assigned to watch some individual that. They pick out and take detailed notes on a behavioral checklist, TSA issued a statement saying, that the programs a practical method of trying to, prevent future terrorist attacks so. What are they looking for well did the targets Sleep Did they? Sweat did they? Did they have a, cold a penetrating. Stare these are all for the TSA describe, it and did they fidget now I. Will according to this, data I am a terrorist I do all these things that. First of all I'm. A heavy sweater I run a little, hot my metabolism I. Don't know what it is I sweat it's what I do I fidget because. I just I? Can't concentrate on? Things I'm like a, child I try. To sleep on a plane but I never can so I'm probably like? Thrashing about. How have never been, arrested by the DNC Let me think about walking through the airport aren't you like a bit dodgy to like you're. Always just like looking at people because it's like, it's a lot of. People in one area you're always on. The lookout I listen my favorite. Thing I. Think in life is. People watching is there a better place in the world. In an airport to. People watch it's malls and airports I, mean that's the best. Places on the plane itself because then you can really stare down on seven So there's the Penetrating stare they're looking for carefully picked right out, as you say you're gonna get TSE to. Come in here so apparently all the data is then sent to. The, TSA analyzed, I, you know honestly, joking aside though have zero. Problems with this, maybe it's paranoia. I don't know I assume all this. Is happening anyway ever since they found out and glad that, they did this that an air marshal programme was in place because I think it's every. Plane isn't there somebody is supposed to be one assigned to every unless I got. By the folklore I just assumed everybody's. Watching me anyway. You just don't you just don't know, who it is is wife. Fidget and sweat it reminds me of. The bridesmaid's movie The guy no you're an air marshal. Is not an air marshal here's more on he's going to, say the exact same thing I just want to hear it from a real reporter if. The traveler changes clothes in a restroom aspires accessibly fidgets trembles or stairs uses a. Phone or computer passengers are selected for. Monitoring if they're. Foreign travel and other factors raise concern, okay changing clothes in the. Restroom is a Desa flag for me Maybe maybe you sweat excessively so you take your, table you change your shirt sweaty you're taking the flannel off because your already sweating you're already ID by the air marshals you're taking it. Off. You're in the bathroom you come out and they're breaking down I don't know I'm just I have no uses of phones or computers. Okay so being a functioning. Human being on an airplane is now a bad, thing I guess how dare you play candy crush, but even the air marshals apparently I. Didn't, know there, was an air marshal union says they say. It's a waste. Of time I don't, know, about that what else they looking for them for, all mean it's if you look at. Some, of those factors, they're a. Bit, vague if. You will well you know. Cut a detailing exactly what, they're looking for I, guess. So but I mean like but but all the. Actions were sweating when people sweat people stare this weird people. Out there I I. Don't know I guess yeah go ahead Listen he's my only. Concerns, don't make me, late for. My. Collecting flight Give me the full. Candidate coke these I ask for very little Uh-huh Bye luggage usually. Get don't get either of those these days. Lying how dare you ask for the full candidate? Co my. God it's like gum comeback telling you now like the old days I tell you and this has been the. Summer Wild kingdom and? By this we don't? Just mean, the animals we've had python attacks alligators I think we had. A kangaroo attack this. Summer I think so, too but this is the behavior from some humans as well is this just, a great story though you thought shark weekend, oh. No two men and a woman went into the San Antonio, aquarium that's a big aquarium, this happened, on Saturday, and we're, getting all the details now and they grabbed a. Three foot horn shark grabbed your right out of the tag hell, so what you how you got to, sneak out a horn shark well in. A stroller of course you know I mean. They put it in an empty baby stroller those I second guess. Walk right out with it and nobody. Even well, I wanted, to say nobody even realized but they didn't do anything about it now they have to look at surveillance footage, they'll catch. The. People eventually trying. To track down all that stuff so obviously. They're doing something with it hopefully the you know? They're gonna. Take care of the damn thing to listen to the police chief on the case talking about this their employees Witnessed the actual in actual inside the employee area and an employee to follow, the mountain Get to the look inside of the stroller that was drinking water They didn't stop in they left there it's. A stroller with a blanket over it dripping water and. An. Employee see they look in and were able to stop them. Okay there's a correct security, force to get. Into San Antonio aquarium they're beautiful what they need some. Aquarium marshal's that's what they need, to potential. Shark suspects shifty eyes someone using the. Phone, or computer Hugh serious no one was able to stop him hey look at that. That, looks like a shark being rolled out in a baby stroller, well, my shifts about two and so good luck with that one Fred Wow Trump rally more details on that coming up at. Tampa it's going to be. Huge.

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"tom costello" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Fifty ast rancho cordova sacramento u s representative adam schiff says migrant children being held at a shelter in fullerton california are being treated well they california congressman says they have everything they need almost they're getting an education while they're being held at this group home as well as a place to sleep and and meals essentially they're getting everything but what they need they need their parents shift visit the shelter thursday and blamed president trump's zero tolerance policy for separating families be also fired a verbal shot at the republican controlled congress saying the lawmakers are unwilling to do anything about it hightech smart homes are all the rage but there are some things you need to be aware of when buying a home that's so connected the risk that new homeowners may buy a home that still connected to the seller's phone if you buy a house with cameras inside keep in mind the previous owner could tap the system watching you or your kids in their bedrooms chicago realtor tommy choi is so concerned he now lis every device in the houses he shows it's really important when we do sell in turn over that home that all that data is wiped and reset the advice for home buyers remove previous owners profiles and contact info on every device in the home update the software and reset the passwords and if in doubt by new light bulbs thermostats and garage door openers tom costello nbc news austin to more tv shows are moving to california in bc's good girls is moving from atlanta and lifetimes you is moving from new york the shows are moving to california to take advantage.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KOMO

"It's not a done deal and it might never get done but walmart wants to buy health insurance company humana the wall street journal says preliminary discussions are going on and it would be walmart's biggest acquisition in twenty years humana has a market value of about thirty seven billion dollars distracted driving is on the rise in new aaa study says it now outpaces other risky behaviors like aggressive and even drunk driving while nearly almost all motorists triple they know it's dangerous to take their eyes off the road most of it they still do it you can actually look from your car and the review mirror of their car and see them looking down there probably texting eating only god knows there's always the reach down and check your device mama's now eighty eight percent aaa texting behind the wheel should be banned but forty five percent admit they've read messages while driving and more than a third say they've sent one making their risk of a crash eight times as high nbc's tom costello reporting aaa recommends putting your phone in the glove box or backseat if necessary program the gps destination before you leave and use the iphone feature that automatically lots it when it senses you might be driving a self driving car won't ever be distracted by a smartphone but toyota's north american ceo's afraid recent crashes involving autonomous vehicles could slow its adoption and delay a safer driving world at reuters news event at the new york auto show this week jim lennon said mistakes are bound to be made along the way.

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"tom costello" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tom costello" Discussed on KOMO

"To just one for users can download their entire facebook history from the moment they joined as selectively delete whatever they want post comments friend requests even facebook searches it comes amid even more facebook fall off or what you might call it's over sharing this a major breach of trust facebook founder mark zuckerberg being called by three congressional committees to answer questions next month so we try to do is send to the person at facebook who will have the most knowledge about what congress is trying to learn so if that's me than i am happy to go but abc's tom costello reports members of congress zuckerberg is definitely the guy to testify and they want him to appear under subpoena with documents you must economic growth is getting an upward revision the commerce department says gdp improved by two point nine percent in the fourth quarter instead of just two point five earlier estimated consumer spending came in better than thought and inventories were a drag the housing market might be perking up pending home sales rose more than three percent in february about one percent better than most economists expected but pending sales were down more than four percent compared to february last year low inventory for sale is still the biggest problem and uber will pay ten million dollars to settle a class action lawsuit alleging it discriminates against women and minorities who've results are promising to improve its pay and promotion practices for those groups consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio from abc news tech trends on new alert about fake photos popping up online we are entering into dark times i teen vogue cover image depicting march for.

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