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"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Are transporting or as some of the sickest of the sick patients that are out there and the stations are on ventilators they've been paralyzed with medication across the country a record breaking day in the worst way the CDC warning the actual number of coronavirus cases may be ten times higher than reported our best estimate right now is that for every case that was reported they're actually with ten other infections the CDC estimating twenty million Americans may have been infected six percent of the country and that more than ninety percent of the population is still susceptible to the virus around the country other hot spots still growing for the second day in a row more than five thousand new cases reported in Florida the governor now saying he never said when the state would move to the next phase of re opening that's a B. C. news correspondent Tom yamas reporting the White House coronavirus task force will be holding a briefing today for the first time since April vice president Mike pence will lead the event of the department of health and Human Services president trump is not expected to attend also in Washington DC the house will vote today on a bill that would make the district of Columbia the nation's fifty first state the district has a population of over seven hundred thousand but has no voting representation in Congress which many argue amounts to taxation without representation Republicans in the U. S. Senate say they will vote that idea down the Minneapolis city council today will discuss dismantling the police department and replacing it with a new public safety department reports indicating that the new department would still allow for law enforcement services but would focus on public health the majority of the city council began pressing for the change after George Floyd died in the custody of Minneapolis police one month ago komo.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Breaking news traffic and weather BG Sacramento and D. L. B. K. F. M. Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Brian Clark there have been more than two point four million confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States but the CDC director Dr Robert Redfield said Thursday the number is more likely twenty million our best estimate right now is that for every case that was reported they're actually with ten other infections and it's a number that continues to climb twenty nine states are seeing increased case numbers ABC's Tom yamas in Houston with more Texas now hitting the brakes on the next phase of re opening the state's governor refusing to lock down seeing this movie is about saving lives and livelihoods declaring in a statement the last thing we want to do as a state is go backwards and close down businesses but Texas is one of five states reporting a record number of hospitalizations more than forty three hundred on Wednesday up was staggering one hundred ninety percent since Memorial Day and seventy six percent of Americans now say they fear contracting the corona virus according to a new A. B. C. news Ipsos poll that's a level not seen in a month corona viruses become V. campaign topic former vice president Joe Biden in Pennsylvania said president trump is behaving like a child amazingly he still not has has a grasp the most basic fact of this crisis to fix the economy we have to get control over the virus president trump is campaigning in Wisconsin he spoke at a shipyard in that swing state Washington house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats passed police reform legislation one month after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody today with the George for justice.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin's radio station newsradio WTMJ Milwaukee from ABC news I'm Richard Cantu in the midst of a corona corona virus pandemic it's growing at about half the U. S. the administration is file arguments with the Supreme Court seeking to strike down the affordable Care Act the legal brief is brought by twenty Republican led states they argue that since lower courts toss the original individual mandate the whole law should be invalidated close to half a million people who lost their health insurance amid the coronavirus economic shutdown have gotten coverage through healthcare dot gov according to the government agency that runs the federal marketplace striking down the affordable Care Act would jeopardize coverage for twenty million Americans ABC's chucks Iverson federal public health officials estimate that twenty million Americans have been infected with covert nineteen since it first arrived in the U. S. at least the vast majority of the U. S. population susceptible to the virus and there's clear evidence of backsliding a major reversal in one of the four states to open back up Texas now hitting the brakes on the next phase of re opening the state's governor refusing to walk down seen this movie is about saving lives and livelihoods declaring in a statement the last thing we want to do as a state is go backwards and close down businesses ABC's Tom yamas in Houston on a largely party line vote the house of representatives passed a sweeping police reform bill California Democrat Karen bass the world is witnessing the birth of a new movement in our country this movement has now spread to many nations around the world with thousands marching to register their horror at hearing the cry I can't breathe California Republican Kevin McCarthy says the bill goes too far it's time to restore this nation and rebuild the way you do that did you start by passing a bipartisan bill that will become law the house bill is not going anywhere in the Senate which failed on Wednesday to pass its own bill you're listening to ABC news two seven seven CVW TM Jay bell from the annex wealth management studio this is news radio WGEM J..

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"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

"A sixty two year old poll monologist in Brooklyn who died fighting on the front lines putting off his planned retirement to continue his work everybody loves him everybody loves to be with them but he was such a giving person I thank you know you almost felt like whatever he had you had a five year old Skyler Herbert was the daughter of two Detroit first responders the kindergartner loves stuffed animals dressing up in her princes stresses and playing with her grandmother's dog a beloved member of our GMA family studio camera operator and musician Tony Greer passing away from Kobe nineteen and thirty five year old Chris Engelmann goose mon a nursing mother of three in Illinois giving everything she had to help the most vulnerable she seemed to like really treasure her time with her patients I do want to leave you on one positive note there was a one hundred and three year old woman in Massachusetts she contracted the virus according to our Boston affiliate WCVB while she was in a nursing home her family didn't think she was gonna survive but she fought hard and she did survive when they asked her how she wanted to celebrate she said with an ice cold blood like they had once again is A. B. C.'s Tom yamas the protest continue in Minnesota over the death of a black man George Floyd at the hands or in this case in need of a police officer born that story coming up after we talk traffic at nine fourteen years Kieran Jordan once again most of our slow spots on the highways have cleared out but we are seeing very minor slowdown right now north bound one six seven as you're approaching twenty.

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Trump says he won’t close the country if second wave of coronavirus hits

Tony and Dwight

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he won’t close the country if second wave of coronavirus hits

"Every state has now begun the reopening process and president trump says the country is going to stay open ABC's Tom yamas explains with all fifty states at least partially open the president saying he won't shut down the country again if there's a second wave in the coming months despite warnings from the CDC then another round is possible people say that's a very distinct possibility is standard and we're gonna put out the fires are not going to close the country we're gonna put out the fires it could be whether it's an amber or flame we're gonna put it out but we're not closing our country

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"tom yamas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is three o'clock report good morning I'm rob carpenter breaking down top doctors expressing their concern about a second wave of covert nineteen with more evidence the corona virus continues to spread in the heartland as all sides in the debate continued to make their voices heard more from ABC's chief national affairs correspondent Tom yamas protesters rally in Michigan support of seventy seven year old barber Carl Mankey who's kept his shop open in defiance of state orders Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer St these protests risk a resurgence of the virus in her state they're not wearing masks they are not seen six feet apart and then they go back home and to communities and the risk of perpetuating the spread of covert nineteen Israel and new reporting on the CDC documents that were supposed to provide guidance to communities and businesses on steps to re open the White House reportedly holding them back saying they're too restrictive meanwhile president Donald Trump disagreeing but Dr Anthony Fauci saying there's no need to keep kids out of schools much longer this week Dr Anthony Fauci warned Congress not to rush reopening schools I think we've got to be careful if we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely immune the deleterious effects president trump's response to me is not an acceptable answer the president saying the virus has little risk to children and they should return to class it's a very little impact on young people and I think they should open their schools Andy field ABC news Washington.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or president trump once again says to any American who wants a covert nineteen test can get one but medical professionals beg to differ the president vice president and anyone close to them are receiving almost daily covert nineteen tests most Americans returning to work hard the president's response if people want to get tested they get tested but for the most part they should want to get tested there's no reason when in fact health officials insist despite more available tests many non symptomatic Americans can carry and spread the virus when they return and won't know it without more testing in the field ABC news Washington the benchmark in the U. S. battle against the virus the ongoing tally by Johns Hopkins University says the U. S. death toll is now over eighty thousand forty five states are taking steps toward reopening including New York the epicenter of the U. S. outbreak governor Andrew Cuomo says manufacturing construction and curbside retail can resume Friday and three upstate regions but ABC's Tom yamas says restrictions in New York City and surrounding areas will continue until June when Dallas is from the CDC reveals the toll in the city could be worse than first thought nearly another five thousand three hundred deaths may be directly or indirectly linked to the pandemic forty five states have now ease restrictions but before re opening many of those states had not met the White House guidelines calling for a fourteen day declining cases Louisiana also lifting restrictions we will be moving to phase one on Friday may the fifteenth that is this Friday and so we will be lifting the stay at home or governor John bel Edwards has a state meets the guidelines in the White House and the CDC even though they do not have a fourteen day consecutive declining cases beaches in Los Angeles county can reopen on Wednesday here's a sign of the times.

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Trump Raises Virus Death Toll Estimate

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Trump Raises Virus Death Toll Estimate

"Seven house treat adviser Peter Navarro is defending president trump walking back his prediction for U. S. deaths resulting from the coronavirus outbreak speaking on fox news tomorrow said the original death estimate was about two million before president trump decided to implement stay at home guidelines to mitigate the spread of the virus here's ABC's Tom yamas the president acknowledging his estimates on the death toll from covert nineteen were too low now seen up to one hundred thousand Americans could die from the virus but defending his decision to shut down America to stop the spread of sixty five thousand and now I'm saying eighty or ninety and it goes up and goes up rapidly but it's still going to be no matter how you look at it at the very lower end of the plane if we did the

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"tom yamas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sick and dying in the pandemic meat Packers have been shutting down some operations president trump ordering them to keep those plants running the president says he'll sign an order that removes meat packing plants legal liability if workers get the virus well the president has ordered plants to stay open take in the liability which frees up the entire system and I fully understand it not their fault what's not clear how the president can guarantee meat processing worker safety while ordering them to continue on the job Andy field ABC news Washington health experts say there's no way around it testing is essential in getting a handle the pandemic National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases head Dr Anthony Fauci commenting on the current state of testing he says the testing issue in the U. S. is not perfect but we'll get there he also said by the end of may or early June everyone who needs a test should get a test he says that's what he's being told ABC's Tom yamas the administration trying to get the five million tests today Richard Cantu ABC news official information from the department of public health shows Georgia now has twenty four thousand eight hundred sixty five confirmed cases of corona virus and the death toll is up to one thousand thirty six so far one hundred forty thousand two hundred twenty three people around the state have been tested for Kobe in nineteen top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it a new poll conducted by the university of Georgia indicates fifty two percent of registered voters in Georgia are in favor of governor Brian camp statewide shelter in place order forty three percent of the people questioned by U. GA are.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Taking sick and dying in the pandemic meat Packers have been shutting down some operations president trump is ordering them to keep those plants open the president says he'll sign an order that removes meat packing plants legal liability if workers get the virus well the president has ordered plants to stay open taking the liability which frees up the entire system and I fully understand it not their fault what's not clear how the president can guarantee me processing worker safety while ordering them to continue on the job Andy field ABC news Washington health experts say there's no way around it testing is essential in getting a handle the pandemic National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases hand Dr Anthony Fauci commenting on the current state of testing his he says the testing issue in the U. S. is not perfect but we'll get there he also said by the end of may or early June everyone who needs a test should get a test he says that's what he's being told ABC's Tom yamas the administration trying to get five million tests today if an actual institutions warning the treasury and small business administration the technical problems continue to plague the paycheck protection program warning that it's vulnerable to espionage the homeland security department is urging people to consider the risks before using the popular video conferencing program called zoom over security officials are especially worried about China because soon did some of their development there and homeless security claims that China has access to some servers and could exploit them but overnight zoom telling ABC news that the U. S. government's intelligence is heavily misinformed they claim to China's workers do not have the type of access that would allow them to spot ABC's Pierre Thomas the Charlotte North Carolina city council voted six to five to accept a fifty million dollar justice department grant for costs related to security for this summer's Republican National Convention scheduled for late August you're listening to ABC news these are unprecedented times which are causing a lot.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Katersky with details on the controversial way some scientists want to speed up the vaccine process most experts think a coronavirus vaccine is at least a year away vaccine trials are usually slow as thousands of recruits wait for exposure one way to hasten things along as a challenge trial in which patients are injected with the live virus taking otherwise healthy adults and injecting them with a virus that could have serious consequences including death aside from the moral dilemma they posed Dr Angela Baldwin at Montefiore Medical Center said challenge trials also way a deeper understanding of the virus against expediency and Qatar ski ABC news New York it seems making the choice between life and death in the battle with corona virus could come down to how much money you make according to a new healthcare pulled one in ten American adults say cost would keep them from getting treatment if they thought they had Kobe at nineteen younger people minority groups and those making less than forty thousand dollars a year less likely to reach out to a doctor even when symptoms persist the numbers could create a blind spot researchers say for governors trying to avoid potential flare ups of the virus while giving their states the green light to go in New York City it's a new blueprint for corona virus testing mayor bill de Blasio says the procedure will let people collect samples themselves with guidance from a health care worker nearby sterile Q. ten puts that in there knows they don't have to go way deep just enough to get a sample forgive my bluntness they spend took up those two samples provide enough information for the testing to be done do what you gotta do the mayor says the method would speed up testing time and allow medical workers and patients to keep some distance between them although there is a decline in covert nineteen cases and hospitalizations in New York the situation remains volatile ABC news correspondent Tom yamas spent the day with a visiting nurse in the Big Apple who's caring for corona virus patients recently discharged from the hospital in Manhattan route.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

"B. C.'s Tom yamas reports at Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital Dr Eric IT has been working the overnight shift or seen any of coronavirus cases some people as young as in their twenties all those in there this week the hospital reversing its policies to allow some families time with their loved ones we decided to change it for instance where near the end of life so that people don't have to dial on New York governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order requiring everyone to start wearing face coverings in public in Massachusetts the governor announcing death misstate now topping one thousand and I would say at this point in time that we are in the search yes any Miami a line of cars snaking around hard rock stadium hundreds showed up to be tested but for many the weight ending in disappointment for the facility can only perform seven hundred test today I came here yesterday I could at the resolve to come back today and a growing consensus that stepped up testing is the key to putting America back to work the more testing the more open the economy what there's not enough national capacity to do this I'm telling you we can't do it without federal support the Wall Street journal reported that president trump on a conference call was urged by executives on his recovery task force to dramatically increase testing capability in order to get the economy going for the people waiting in unemployment lines in Florida and converge on food pantries in Phoenix it can't come soon enough outside San Francisco **** damn bird now unemployed is pinching pennies at the grocery store or restaurant by and you know we're getting our sorry president trump has yet to release federal guidance on how the country might reopen facing backlash over his decision to strip funding from the World Health Organization the W. H. O. failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable the American nurses association calls any move to reopen the economy premature Seattle and king county have been opening up homeless shelters at a record rate over the past two months but his call was met market reports many homeless people are staying on the streets during the pandemic there has been a visible increase in tents on Seattle streets in places that two months ago they were removed very quickly now there is a push by some Seattle city councilmembers to prevent the navigation team from doing any sweeps at all going forward now the director of the low income housing is too told the group operates the tiny house villages throughout Seattle saying that there are placing people into permanent housing that's their job because the corona virus outbreak it's everything's been really slow to a crawl in there for the chain of people getting into permanent housing in the clouds of people staying at the tiny house villages in shelters and therefore fewer people are moving off the streets into the cell at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news your call will propel insurance money update stocks managed modest gains today despite data showing another spike in the number of laid off workers seeking jobless benefits the Dow Jones industrials edged up thirty three points the S. and P. five hundred gained sixteen and the tech heavy nasdaq composite jumped one thirty nine or one point seven percent several technology shares did well Amazon lead four point four percent while both Microsoft and Netflix rose about three percent shares of Boeing though tumbled eight percent amid speculation few airlines will need to buy any replacement planes.

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FEMA: New York City hospitals expected to be at or near total capacity during the coming week

Rush Limbaugh

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

FEMA: New York City hospitals expected to be at or near total capacity during the coming week

"This is a pivotal week for New York City according to a report by female reviewed by ABC news New York City hospitals will likely be at or near total capacity this week governor Andrew Cuomo says doctors and nurses are being asked to do the impossible the system is over capacity all across the board it's just over capacity you're asking a system to do more than it has ever done before more than it was designed to do with flex the president sending more than one thousand medical military personnel to eight hospitals in the city of course on a Tom yamas meta Blazy of says the city is running low on surgical gowns and it needs additional medical staff to help fight the corona virus the masses is about a week's supply of hospital gowns lefty says the city needs an additional forty five thousand medical professionals to get through the

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"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Mom continues each and every data progress so slowly but surely they are expecting full recoveries for both of them that's A. B. C.'s Tom yamas taking us to ten twenty eight year old bell insurance money update in a down day right now on Wall Street the markets we are not as bad as they have been up the wildest of swings today but still down the Dow Jones industrial average all two hundred and eighteen point that's about a one percent loss on the day the nasdaq down forty one points in the S. and P. five hundred down twenty nine points right now well after years of discussion a change to rules governing fuel mileage in the United States likely today A. B. C.'s Brian Clark explains the trump administration's expected to roll back vehicle mileage regulations that were put in place by the Obama administration in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions the trump administration says loosening mileage standards will allow consumers to have more choices about which vehicles they buy the current policy was intended to prompt carmakers to focus on electric and more fuel efficient cars critics say more Americans will now die each year because of dirtier air auto industry experts say the change in the likely legal challenges will be disruptive because automakers won't know which standards they should follow and the Seattle department transportation releasing its annual report on the levy to pay for the project known as mu Seattle the city says it invested two hundred twenty two million dollars in projects to make walking and biking routes safer it also made safety improvements and critical structures like the Fairview bridge the move Seattle levy makes up about thirty percent of Seattle's transportation money we check your money at twenty and fifty past each hour on homeowners komo news our mission is to make sure you stay connected and stay informed the call moment ABC radio news teams are working hard to deliver the latest coronavirus details that impact you your family and our community.

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Field hospitals already feeling the strain of heavy patient load

Dana Loesch

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Field hospitals already feeling the strain of heavy patient load

"Duffel from the nineteen eighties now at least three thousand but ABC's Tom yamas says that number could rise exponentially zero officials say they need fourteen thousand ventilators and fear they could run out next week cases spiking in cities like Chicago and Detroit convention center in the motor city turned into a nine hundred bed hospital and in Philadelphia cases in that city top more than a thousand in Los Angeles the Naval Hospital the mercy already taking on extra patience to ease pressure on so many hospitals another navy hospital ship the comfort arrived today in New York City mayor bill de Blasio on

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Governors Tell Outsiders From 'Hot Zones,' Like New York, to Stay Away

Armstrong and Getty

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Governors Tell Outsiders From 'Hot Zones,' Like New York, to Stay Away

"Some state governors are discouraging residents from corona virus hot zones like New York from visiting in Florida checkpoints to screen new Yorkers driving in well the Rhode Island National Guard began door knocking homes mandating that all out of state visitors self quarantine A. B. C. jeep national affairs correspondent Tom yamas

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Trump extends national social-distancing guidelines through April 30

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump extends national social-distancing guidelines through April 30

"There will come and go while social distancing will remain president trump walking back his earlier pitch to bring the country back in less than two weeks to New York in ABC chief national affairs correspondent Tom yamas America dealing with a new longer timeline this after a major reversal from the president extending social distancing guidelines to the end of April nothing would be worse than declaring victory for the victory is won therefore

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"tom yamas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on WTVN

"All extended president trump who had hoped to lift all the covert nineteen restrictions in time for Easter extended them through April we can expect that by June first we will be well on our way to recovery we hear from the president he says they're gonna extend it for another two weeks we're not looking at June and this is something that health officials told them we have to understand there are states that are just popping up with clusters of cases ABC's Tom yamas over the weekend the president signed the two trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on ABC's this week broadcast it's gone right into the middle lower middle class people student loans are going to be deferred payment on state laws can be deferred income tax payments going to be deferred for several months Asian stocks started the week with fresh losses Japan's benchmark off almost four percent of the regional markets mostly lower U. S. futures pointing to a loss of a little over one percent at today's opening a church in Tampa has angered some of the community holding services in spite of a safer at home order his work any commissioner Pat Kemp catching word of the morning service there will be some people that were in fact the Gers releasing a statement saying that he should be considered an essential service the sheriff's office said deputies to the church Sunday evening even putting up a sign asking people to follow social distancing guidelines still a lot of cars filled the parking lot Sunday evening A. B. C.'s mechanic king in Tampa in Phoenix a police officer is dead two others wounded in what's being described as a domestic disturbance neighbor Scott batten says it's usually pretty quiet sizing common in this.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Richard Cantu social distancing work from home all extended president trump who had hoped to lift all the covert nineteen restrictions in time for Easter extended them through April we can expect that by June first we will be well on our way to recovery we hear from the president he says they're gonna extend it for another two weeks we're not looking at June and this is something that health officials told them we have to understand there are states that are just popping up with clusters of cases ABC's Tom yamas over the weekend the president signed the two trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on ABC's this week broadcast it's gone right into the middle lower middle class people student loans are going to be deferred payment on state laws can be deferred income tax payments going to be deferred for several months Asian stocks started the week with fresh losses Japan's benchmark off almost four percent of the regional markets mostly lower U. S. futures pointed to a loss of a little over one percent of today's opening a church in Tampa has angered some in the community holding services in spite of a safer at home order his work any commissioner Pat Kemp catching word of the morning service there will be some people that were in fact the church releasing a statement saying that he should be considered an essential service the sheriff's office said deputies to the church Sunday evening even putting up a sign asking people to follow social distancing guidelines still a lot of cars filled the parking lot Sunday evening A. B. C.'s mechanic king in Tampa in Phoenix a police officer is dead two others wounded in what's being described as a domestic disturbance neighbor Scott batten says it's usually pretty quiet I think common in this.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All the covert nineteen restrictions in time for Easter extended them through April we can expect that by June first we will be well on our way to recovery we hear from the president he says they're gonna extend it for another two weeks we're not looking at June and this is something that health officials told them we have to understand there are states that are just popping up with clusters of cases ABC's Tom yamas over the weekend the president signed the two trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on ABC's this week broadcast it's gone right into the middle lower middle class people student loans are going to be deferred payment on state laws can be deferred income tax payments going to be deferred for several months Asian stocks started the week with fresh losses Japan's benchmark off almost four percent of the regional markets mostly lower U. S. futures pointing to a loss of a little over one percent at today's opening a church in Tampa has angered some of the community holding services in spite of a safer at home order has broken the commissioner Pat Kemp catching word of the morning service there will be some people that were in fact the church releasing a statement saying they should be considered an essential service the sheriff's office said deputies to the church Sunday evening even putting up a sign asking people to follow social distancing guidelines still a lot of cars filled the parking lot Sunday evening ABC's mechanic king in Tampa in Phoenix a police officer is dead two others wounded in what's being described as a domestic disturbance neighbor Scott batten says it's usually pretty quiet I think common in this neighborhood up.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"When the covert nineteen pandemic curve will flatten but president trump is setting a date for when he wants the nation to get back to work the corona virus spreads through the country president trump warning the restrictions may affect the economy to a point of no return the president now saying he wants the U. S. open for business but you stir that's in twenty days I will tell you that right now I would love to have that it's such an important day for other reasons but I'll make an important day for this too I would love to have the country opened up and they're just raring to go buy Easter later adding he'd like to see the church's full ABC's Tom yamas Terry Alden or ABC news markets soaring yesterday giving the Dow Jones it's best day since nineteen thirty three from New York ABC's mark Reynolds when the bell told to close trading on Tuesday market saw their best day in a lifetime the Dow Jones surged two thousand one hundred and twelve points its greatest single day point gain ever the S. and P. also spiked more than two hundred points or nine point four percent markets rebounded from a month of sell offs on optimism about a massive economic stimulus plan out of Congress news radio seven hundred WLW sports here's a bangles update the Bengals are signing free agent linebacker and former Baltimore raven Josh Bynes to a one year deal the LA Chargers are going to sign former Bengals linebacker Nick vigil one year contract the Jacksonville Jaguars are going to sign veteran tight end and former Bengal Tyler Eifert to a two year deal I for it was a first round pick of the Bengals back in twenty thirteen bill Denison seven hundred WLW sports for more on the corona virus just go to the I heart radio app and tap that part right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on WTVN

"Concern for every state supplies CBC's Tom yamas has more governor Cuomo asking businesses to help with the shortage of crucial medical equipment offering to pay a premium ventilators are to this war what missiles were to war World War two today president trump calling this battle against the virus a war announcing he's enacted the Korean War era defense production act asking American companies that can including auto makers to now manufacture masks gowns gloves and ventilators there is a shortage of critical gear like masks for doctors and nurses and ventilators for patients already one healthcare worker in the San Francisco area says staff is preparing for the world thank you for now happen that will be out sick and we just already don't have the staff to take care of patients we have a very vulnerable patient population we feel like leadership isn't taking standoff positions to protect that protect the hospital protect our patients president trump also saying the federal government working to get more supplies to states on Capitol Hill lawmakers failed to come up with a deal on the one trillion dollar relief stimulus package last night they're expected to meet again today with the goal of passing the bill Monday in Australia Sydney's popular Bondi beach closed after people did not follow the safe distance in limit worldwide confirmed cases now top two hundred and seventy five thousand you're listening to ABC news Ohio has reported its first death due to the corona virus governor Mike DeWine Friday afternoon said it was someone here the lieutenant governor new wells seventy six year old mark Wagner.

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"tom yamas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tom yamas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"As the nation tries to slow the spread of the coronavirus the number of confirmed cases now nearing twenty thousand is more testing takes place president trump approving a major disaster declaration for New York state the state has the highest number of cases in the country starting late Sunday the governor ordering a one hundred percent workforce reduction for all nonessential businesses and the concern for every state supplies CBC's Tom yamas has more governor Cuomo asking businesses to help with the shortage of crucial medical equipment offering to pay a premium ventilators are to this war what missiles were to war World War two today president trump polling this battle against the virus a war announcing he's enacted the Korean War era defense production act asking American companies that can including auto makers to now manufacture masks gowns gloves and ventilators there is a shortage of critical gear like masks for doctors and nurses and ventilators for patients already one healthcare worker in the San Francisco area says staff is preparing for the worst thank you for now happen that will be out sick and we just already don't have the staff to take care of patients we have a very vulnerable patient population we feel like leadership isn't taking strong enough positions to protect that protect the hospital protect our patients president trump also saying the federal government working to get more supplies to states on Capitol Hill lawmakers failed to come up with a deal on the one trillion dollar relief stimulus package last night they're expected to meet again today with the goal of passing the bill Monday in Australia Sydney's popular Bondi beach closed after people did not follow the safe distance in limit worldwide confirmed cases.

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U.S. prosecutors call Epstein a flight risk as his lawyers seek bail on sex charges

WBZ Midday News

01:05 min | 3 years ago

U.S. prosecutors call Epstein a flight risk as his lawyers seek bail on sex charges

"The federal judge in the case of a Q. sex trafficker Jeffrey abstain says he will make a decision regarding abstains bail until Thursday morning meanwhile more of abstains alleged victims are coming forward and speaking out ABC news correspondent Tom yamas is outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan and brings us up to date three more women now speaking out to ABC news at their request we're not naming them and have altered their voices things were right he's very pre calculated this is something that has clearly not Starbucks though why would it stop now people do his dirty work for him so I feel that he's still a teenager when he's outside now I've seen could be facing even more legal trouble the Attorney General New Mexico where I've seen has a sprawling estate telling ABC news that the airport in contact with survivors and and are investigating this horrific matter abstains lawyers are asking the judge to grant him house arrest in a seventy seven million dollar mansion prosecutors say that I've seen is an extreme flight risk who will try to influence witnesses if he is not incarcerated on sex trafficking

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