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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTVN

"Get down on the ground, and I turned and I saw the back of this man. He had a girl. She was there at the time. The suspect Gregory, you'll wreck wounded five people before he was apprehended. The United Food Commercial Workers Union is calling for hazard pay for members working during the covert 19 pandemic and asking that members be prioritized for the vaccines. You're listening to ABC News News radio 6 10 W. T V and M. Allison Wiant. Former Columbus police officer, Adam Koi was released from jail this afternoon after a bond hearing this morning lowered his bond from three million down to $1 million. Central Ohio's largest medical center, has been selected as one of the best in a new ranking Wexner Medical Center, and it's more than 27,000 employees have been chosen by Forbes. As one of the best of the largest employers in the country in 2021. In fact, Forbes ranks the academic health Center number 14 out of 500, number two in the category of healthcare and Social industry's Wexner Medical Center. CEO says Forbes recognition is an Outstanding testament Their faculty and staff who demonstrate excellence in research, education and health care. I met Reese News radio 6 10 w TVs as the race to step up the pace of vaccinations against the Corona virus continues. Walgreens says they fixed an outage now on their vaccine appointment. Website Drugstore chain says it's restored its scheduling website after a temporary outage that was sending users to a page that said, updates in progress. It's not clear what caused the error. The outage comes just days before pharmacies like Walgreen, CBS and others are set to begin receiving shipments of covert vaccines directly from the U. S government. Marker. Malard ABC News The next school year could be extended for Ohio students. Governor Mike DeWine said today District's are considering adding to the number of hours that kids spend in school by possibly adding counseling or tutoring services. For those who have been struggling with remote learning during the ongoing pandemic. He is asking those district's now to formulate a plan by April 1st. But he does say that the students and the parents should also get a say in what then. Next academic year looks like and combating distracted driving. The governor also announced plans to address distracted driving with the inclusion of a new program in his state budget. The hands free Ohio plan would allow law enforcement to pull over any driver for handling a phone or any other type of electronic device. Under that plan, it would become a primary a fence for drivers who are texting, talking or sending videos behind the wheel, entering addresses into GPS systems or taking or viewing photographs or dialing phone numbers. I'm Alison Wiant, our next news update in 30 minutes.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of this man. He had a gushy was there at the time, the suspect Gregory, you'll Rick wounded five people before he was apprehended. The United Food Commercial Workers Union is calling for hazard pay for members working during the covert 19 pandemic and asking that members be prioritized for the vaccines. You're listening to ABC News. Maybe our top local story, The Oregon Health Authority says there are seven more covered related deaths reported today. Along with 529 new infections. 226 People are hospitalized, five less than yesterday. And so far 588001st and second doses of the covert 19 vaccines have been administered. People in Oregon who are 18 and older can now sign up for those shots. Rosie Nichols tells Que Tu She was frustrated because she couldn't even get an appointment. Yes, we tried. We have been Waiting for today for a long time, the state added 30 National Guard members to help increase call volume that the 211 information phone center there is a new website get vaccinated dot Oregon dot com where you can register to be alerted about vaccination opportunities, but you cannot make appointments on the website. The vaccine remains scarce. In Oregon Portland police are asking for help with a death investigation. The body of 25 year old Zoe Lynn, the Cannoli was found last week near Northeast Gertz Road of Vancouver Way they ask anyone who saw her or interacted With her honor before Monday, February 1st to contact them. Cause of death hasn't been released. The city of Detroit is still without a water system after theirs was destroyed by the lion's head fire last September. Now the town is getting a $1 million grant from the U. S. Department.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Was a commentary on that Daniel Satele TL on Google in her world prices as pay attention to every word aboard the other lions for hyper grocer gangster. Charlene and Troy here, next on the Patriot. Go ahead. Charlene? Man. Bye. 809 23 93 85. That's 809 to 3 w. D. T. K You see what this is? What happens and I was going to put a warning out. And I thought, you know what Maybe I won't do that. Because if I put the warning out, then that'll attract in that case is And we don't want that. We want to be able to talk about this. So we're just going to forget about that. Clear the lines and we should do that for me, Tiffany just clear the lines altogether. And we'll start over again. And we'll get this done properly because we're going to talk about this one way or the other. It's gonna happen. In the next few days. Try to get it done in to try to get it done right now, if we can talk about it With wackos are not going to stop us from talking about what they know to be the truth. Just not gonna let him do it. And by the way, Your governor in this state Governor Whitmer. You know that goofy fish. That they have on the TV ads, and now they're running all over the place. It's a cat toy. A goofy looking fish. That flips and flops around. That fish is about the only thing I've seen. That flips and flops Mohr That are groovy Governor. Please do not let her pull some executive power tricks. Michigan's doing flying. Leave it alone. Governor Wittner every time you come up with a new directive You do more damage to the state. Then you can possibly imagine. Or maybe you can imagine it. Maybe you know it's happening. I'd like to think that isn't true. But I think that if you And Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And Governor Cuomo. All got together in the same room. And decided to spend Two or three days there. Maybe something positive would be got done. Here's what it is. For two or three days, you three birds would be out of touch. With the people you are trying so hard to hurt. 809 23 93 85. Here's John in West Land on the Patriot High, John, Go ahead. I I wanted to let you know that there's something going on with the union. They're tryingto hurt the union members just to make Make the people move to new members vote against Trump because the United Food Commercial Workers union just now sent out a letter saying that they're going to 20% of our pension if we don't vote yes, on it. But I mean, if we don't know we're going to get 60% taken away from us, even though the pensions fully funded they're trying to rush through before the election so that it shows up on our CNN on all the channels. Trump Trump Economy loses 20% of the union employees pension Wow. You know, John, you hit me with something like that out of the blue. And I don't really I don't want to comment on it because I don't know about it. If I don't know about and I'm the 1st 1 is going to be able to goingto be willing to tell you that I don't Excuse me. I'll check it out. And I'll have it. I'll have that. Check out them. Bye. Over a mile Friday. Which is coming up. Immediately tomorrow. But thanks very much for tipping us off to it. I appreciate it. And if it's Ah, Secret. Let me know that means I'll get it out even faster. 809 23 93 85. That's 809 to 3 w. D. T K Here's Keith in Sterling Heights on the Patriot High case. Go ahead, please..

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Insured by the way. And now as we Gays to the future. We look at the present and that brings us to Brian. Good morning. Notice how I said wade into that I was nice. I thought it was very, very professional. Back in March, when this pandemic hit program was paying its employees hazard pay extra bonus for coming in and in the midst of the surgeon Corona virus cases, with cases surging and spiking again across much of the country. There's going to be a call today from Ohio Senator Shared Brown and Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren for Kroger and the other grocery store chains. People who have workers on the front lines to reinstate that hazard pay. And they say that these workers are putting their lives on the line every day, keeping the food supply. Moving, and they want to see the retailers co back to AA, giving them the premium pay. Kroger did this week say that they are requiring all customers in all stores across the country to wear masks when they come inside. And the United Food Commercial Workers Union says they've been asking for that for some time to protect their people. And they say that that order was long overdue. You know, it's the everything sounds good in the abstract. I want to see how all of this is in force because when the city of Cincinnati voted 72 Yes, they said public health officials were going to enforce this. So I mean, how I mean in principle, whether you agree with us or not, How is it going to be enforced Cause the cops aren't going to do it, So I mean, and it's left up to people like you and Mei and I I'll do it. I think you'll do it. But I'm not sure that that's the best way to enforce the law. And we had a judge in Boone County last night, say that many of the governor of Kentucky's orders to slow down the spread of covert 19 are not enforceable. In fact, he says, they're illegal. We'll have details on that..

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

"Connections dot org or eight hundred seven four five ride some restrictions apply I read a Kessler WTOP traffic let's get our storm team four four day forecast to million draper we've got a gorgeous day here it's beautiful out there nice sunny skies a bit of a breeze and highs today warming into the mid sixties across the area for tonight we'll have lows in the thirties across the region with mainly clear skies out there overall maybe few clowns earlier as the front moves through the region and that will cool us off for tomorrow we'll have highs tomorrow on Thursday warming into the low to mid fifties with on the skies on Friday mostly cloudy low to mid fifties once again it's blustery on Friday and maybe a few isolated showers especially later in the day the sunshine is back on Saturday but it is still blustery with high temperatures only in the upper forties so if you're enjoying this this warm weather so get up today because the next few days will be a little bit more cooler more seasonable will say currently temperatures across the region right now outside of our studios here in upper northwest Washington the temperature currently coming in at sixty one degrees eighty five in Frederick and fifty seven in Leesburg or drama fifty five degrees right now in friendship heights a lots of sunshine brought to you by new look home design get fifty percent off all roofing materials and new look home design dot com twelve twenty one a story now that could impact where you buy your can't buy your groceries the union representing Safeway grocery workers says it is likely they'll vote to strike if they don't reach a deal to include a fully funded pension for employees in the next twenty four hours it's crunch time for ten thousand members of the United food commercial workers union that work at one hundred sixteen Safeway stores across the region most of our discussions this week have been focused on the pension and if we can resolve that we're confident we can get to a fair agreement Jonathan Williams with the union says after six months of negotiations they've made progress on wages health care and other benefits but won't leave fifty thousand members participating in the company's pension behind in a statement respond safely says in part quote we know that.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

"More now on the results here in Virginia I didn't took fifty three percent of the Virginia vote more than twice Sanders twenty three percent when that's even more dramatic since third and fourth place Elizabeth Warren and Mike Bloomberg fell short of the key fifteen percent threshold that's needed to get state wide delegates voters in our area largely tracked the statewide trends but warned did come in second ahead of Sanders in Arlington and Alexandria helping her to at least one delegate out of the eighth congressional district more than one point three million people voted in Virginia's primary a record for a democratic presidential race in Virginia driven by population growth and changes and a lack of competing G. O. P. primary for voters to choose in Fairfax county for example turn out this year is about thirty four percent of all voters compared to twenty two percent in the democratic primary plus twenty percent for the Republican primary four years ago at the election desk next month WTOP news meantime Arlington's election office reports a turnout of forty five percent of registered voters compared to twenty seven percent and twenty sixteen in Loudon county turnout was also up more than one in four of registered Democrats cast a ballot this primary compared to only sixteen percent in twenty sixteen turnout also significantly higher in prince William county and the city of Alexandria this year compared to twenty sixteen because we'll have more on the super Tuesday voting and what it all means going forward in the hours ahead now to a story that could impact where you buy or can't buy your groceries the union which represents Safeway grocery workers says it's likely that they'll vote to strike if they can't reach a deal include a fully funded a fully funded pension for employees in the next twenty four hours it's crunch time for ten thousand members of the United food commercial workers union that work at one hundred sixteen Safeway stores across the region most of our discussions this week have been focused on the pension and if we can resolve that we're confident we can get to a fair agreement Jonathan Williams with the union says after six months of negotiations they've made progress on wages health care and other benefits but won't leave fifty thousand members participating in the company's pension behind in a statement respond safely says in part quote we know that we're living up to our pension obligations and says it plans to remain at the bargaining table to reach an agreement that rewards are employees were not even agreeing on basic facts about our positions right now and that's what worries us Meghan clarity WTOP news something else we're watching now we're keeping track of about five hundred pepco customers ho who are in the dark this morning in the door with area of Montgomery County pepco says the outages because of downed wires near shady Grove road in the ICC the power company expects Jews to be restored by around noon today Hey.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WTOP

"Selling and Joan Jones good morning always good to have you with us Tuesday in Virginia voters appear to have narrowed the democratic presidential race former vice president Joe Biden and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders each notched key wins and added to their delegate counts WTOP's Max Smith has more on the results here in Virginia Biden took fifty three percent of the Virginia vote more than twice Sanders twenty three percent when that's even more dramatic since third and fourth place Elizabeth Warren and Mike Bloomberg fell short of the key fifteen percent threshold that's needed to get state wide delegates voters in our area largely tracked the statewide trends but warned did come in second ahead of Sanders in Arlington and Alexandria helping her to at least one delegate out of the eighth congressional district more than one point three million people voted in Virginia's primary a record for a democratic presidential race in Virginia driven by population growth and changes and a lack of competing G. O. P. primary for voters to choose in Fairfax county for example turn out this year is about thirty four percent of all voters compared to twenty two percent in the democratic primary plus twenty percent for the Republican primary four years ago at the election desk next month WTOP news as we drill down Arlington's election office reported a turnout of forty five percent of registered voters compared to twenty seven percent and twenty sixteen Loudon county also had a higher turnout more than one in four registered Democrats cast a ballot this primary compared to only sixteen percent in twenty sixteen and turnout was also significant us significantly higher in prince William county and the city of Alexandria this year compared to twenty sixteen we will have more on the super Tuesday voting and what it means going forward in the hours ahead it's six oh six here in the man who pleaded guilty to shooting five people to death in twenty eighteen at the office of the capital Gazette newspaper is back in Annapolis courtroom today today's hearing for Jared ray most is to determine his sanity and whether he was criminally responsible for his actions Remos entered a guilty plea in October to all twenty three felony charges against him including five counts of first degree murder after initially pleading not guilty to all counts now to a story that could impact where you buy or can't buy your groceries the union that represents Safeway grocery workers says it's likely they'll vote to strike if they can't reach a deal to include a fully funded pension for employees in the next twenty four hours it's crunch time for ten thousand members of the United food commercial workers union that work at one hundred sixteen Safeway stores across the region most of our discussions this week have been focused on the pension and if we can resolve that we're confident we can get to a fair agreement Jonathan Williams with the union says after six months of negotiations they've made progress on wages health care and other benefits but won't leave fifty thousand members participating in the company's pension behind in a statement respond safely says in part quote we know that we're living up to our pension obligations and says it plans to remain at the bargaining table to reach an agreement that rewards are employees were not even agreeing on basic facts about our positions right now and that's what worries us Meghan clarity WTOP news coming up on WTOP was talking about a revolution we started walking away by Craig peers the race for the democratic presidential nomination is now a two person affair will break it all down super Tuesday with Charlie cook of the cook political report next six oh seven.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tiffany Chan both the company and the United food commercial workers union were negotiations employees were on strike picketing at times in the pouring rain, urging customers to stop not shop over disagreements about wages and benefits. They agreement couldn't come soon enough for the supermarket chain. And the workers have the support of customers and the public Randall Melrose called ended last night to Jay talking on WBZ with Bradley, Jay, it's great that they came to an agreement. I don't think people realize how tough a lot of these companies are to deal with workforce needs to be unionized or they just don't stand a chance by themselves. Unions has vote will take place as soon as possible, but workers are on the job today. A series of coordinated explosions at tore through churches and hotels in Sri Lanka have killed nearly three hundred and injured. Another five hundred two dozen people arrested in connection with a suicide bombings the attacks. Have police departments here in the US on high alert. Here's ABC's Alec stone here in LA, the LAPD is doing what many police departments in the US are doing today. They're keeping an extra eye on churches in response to Sri Lanka. LAPD? Command is ordering extra patrols around places of worship in New York. Police commanders say they will deploy personnel is needed. But there are no known threats to the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says several US citizens were among those killed WBZ TV's. Paul Burton tells us security has been beefed up at many churches in the greater Boston area as well. I heard this news, I was cleaning Kokin pastor Gabriel. George of new. England, Tom church in stone them delivered a powerful message to his congregation that consists of mainly Indian and Sri Lankan people. Some of the members who belong to this church here and stone him directly impacted by the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka were too heartbroken. Grieving to attend Easter service. The church plans to hold a memorial service later this week to help those families in need past. Joyce says in spite of the pain tragedy, and tears. There is still hope God is in control. God lost the Phelan can people and will be saved and trae long. Now, the president has invoked wartime. Military powers in other news federal agents have arrested. This suspected leader of a militia group that's been operating on its own at the US Mexico border. The arrest of Larry Hopkins on a weapons charge in New Mexico came after videos posted on social media showed armed civilians, detaining large groups of Central American families at the southern border last month. Hopkins told KVIL ATV in L. Hasso that his group was made up of patriots trying to keep migrants from entering the US illegally three.

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"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"united food commercial workers union" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"General bar. And here's a special report from ABC news. Panik chairs six house committees are demanding that the Justice department release without delay. A full reported has received from special counsel, Robert Muller. They say they expect attorney general William bar also to turn over evidence. That Muller has uncovered ABC news chief legal analyst, Dan Abrahams with more a lot of people talking about the fact that now the southern district has worked to do the DC circuit as well. But remember all of these departments ultimately report to William bar. And if there's any very controversial case, they're going to go to the attorney general for sign off before any future indictments happen. So it is still a very different process when it comes to especial council whose effectively working independently versus the southern district of New York. That's ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrahams with continuing coverage. The Muller report. I'm Dave Schreiber. ABC news KOA. News Radio talk host Michael Brown, says congress in the American people deserve to see the findings about possible Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen elections. I hope we see kind of almost a line item by line item. Here's what Russia did. And here's how they did. I do not think bowler will make a recommendation about what to do because that's not his job. His job was to investigate the interference. Brown says he's doubtful. There'll be anything criminal in the report about President Trump. But the report could show the campaign was naive about contacts with Russia negotiations resume tomorrow between king supers in the United food commercial workers union king supersedes making its offer public. Here's a company spokesman Adam Williamson king super city market is offering an additional additional investment of more than one hundred seventeen and a half million and wages health care and pension. Williamson says they're offering includes raises for associates over the next year. No changes to healthcare costs and increased contra. To pension fund about half of the king's super city market workers in Colorado belong to the union. The Broncos had their starting quarterback for two thousand nineteen at appear to have the backup quarterback that wants to learn behind Joe flacco for me. It's about dinner in a situation. That's best to be going into your four. And I haven't necessarily. You know, situations until I got out here, and you know, going to love this this team and the city and just wanted to continue to grow Kevin HOGAN to the orange and blue seven sixty. He's very excited to work with the new offensive coordinator and the runoff from last week's bomb cyclone through the midwest is forcing evacuations in northwest, Missouri towns governor, Mike Parsons declared a state of emergency and plans to sit down with the US. Army corps of engineers. I think there's a long history with with the state not being really happy with the core of or tally conduct. This. Rashly using the waterways in our state. So it's a concern authority..

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