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Collapsed Building Near Miami Had Serious Concrete Damage
"To the unimaginable horror of surfside florida and the desperate search for victims. This morning families are still waiting for news about missing loved. Ones human remains have been found at the site. A horrifying scene of debris and loss new details are emerging about what was wrong with the building. Surf sides. Mayor is concerned about a sister building. Now he will join us in a moment. Our victor oquendo who has been on the ground covering this story from the beginning leads us off. Good morning victor. Good morning john. In the face of grueling conditions fires storms and the stifling heat search and rescue teams are forging ahead. They're using heavy equipment. Sonar search dogs even robots. This is a dangerous and delicate operation and they have to work quickly for the safety of the crews and they know every second counts for any possible survivors. The loved ones of those still unaccounted for weight. It's a mix of emotions from hope to grief overnight new details emerging about the plans for the buildings mandatory forty year recertification released by the city of surfside. The estimated cost nine point one million dollars with much of the budget going towards the garage door entrance the pool deck and the facade one inspection report filed with the city in two thousand eighteen claims at the entrance drive in pools of the building had failed waterproofing which was causing major structural damage to the concrete structural slab below these areas however engineers document describing the overall concrete framing as being in good condition and experts. Say that both the cost and type of repairs recommended for the recertification or consistent with what you would expect for a building of this age and size the investigation here will take weeks months maybe even longer and the priority here on the ground is still search and rescue
"victor oquendo" Discussed on KOMO
"Along with Wallace's number forty three car for noose was found by a team member hanging inside Wallace's garage stall at the track on Sunday Wallace the circuits only full time black driver emerging overcome increasing NASCAR legend and team owner Richard Petty who call the incidence of filthy act the drivers then bowing their heads in prayer and as we stand together against racism by your Holy Spirit guide as to true liberty and justice for all team officials in the noose was found by a member of Wallace's team who immediately reported it the FBI and the department of justice civil rights division now investigating along with NASCAR you want to make sure that the privatization we have stepped up security Wallace undaunted writing as my mother told me today they are just trying to scare you this will not break me I will not give in nor will I back down the hate fueled attacks coming about two weeks after the Confederate flag was banned from all NASCAR events there's no good that comes with aflac and that's that's the message work on trying to get across that charge for change boldly led by Wallace who in blazing his cart with the black lives matter hashtag Sunday's race was postponed due to bad weather five thousand fans were welcome the Confederate flag was not what plenty of them outside and even one of flying above reading deep on NASCAR these words on the infield I stand with Bubba once again that's ABC's Victor Oquendo Amazon launching a two billion dollar venture capital fund to invest in sustainable tech the climate pledge final look for companies that help put humans on the path to zero carbon and protect the planet for future generations CEO Jeff Basil's announcing almost a year ago the company's climate pledge his goal is to make Amazon carbon neutral by the year twenty forty and announced today it expects to run its business entirely on clean.
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"The circuits only full time black driver emerging overcome embracing NASCAR legend and team owner Richard Petty who call the incidence of filthy act the drivers then bowing their heads in prayer and as we stand together against racism by your Holy Spirit guide as to true liberty and justice for all team officials in the noose was found by a member of Wallace's team who immediately reported the FBI and the department of justice civil rights division now investigating along with NASCAR you want to make sure that that bothers station we have stepped up security Wallace undaunted writing as my mother told me today they are just trying to scare you this will not break me I will not give in nor will I back down the hate fueled attacks coming about two weeks after the Confederate flag was banned from all NASCAR events there's no good that comes with aflac and that's that's the message we're kind of trying to get across that charge for change boldly led by Wallace who in blazing his cart with the black lives matter hashtag Sunday's race was postponed due to bad weather five thousand fans were welcome the Confederate flag was not but plenty of them outside and even one of flying above reading D. fun NASCAR these words on the infield I stand with Bubba ABC's Victor Oquendo with that story funeral services will be held today for ray shard Brooks in the black man shot in the back by police earlier this month in Atlanta A. B. C. Steve since ami is in Atlanta his killing here on June twelfth in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant at the hands of Atlanta police has divided the city and helped fuel the national movement demanding police reforms earlier.
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"Officials have said that this garage did have surveillance cameras and we also know that there was only a limited amount of people that would have that kind of access because of the corona virus that's because president says he wants the people responsible banned for life ABC's Victor Oquendo after union leaders rejected terms for a proposed season Major League Baseball intends to unilaterally impose a sixty game schedule you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor Newsom says the first wave of coronavirus isn't over in California in a news conference Monday he urged residents to wear face masks as case numbers and hospitalizations continue to rise state health officials are monitoring counties with the highest disease transmission rate a bill that would legalize sports betting in the state is no longer on the docket for November the bill faced opposition from tribal casino operators who said it would allow for card games like blackjack instead tribes are pushing for their own legislation that would exclude online betting police are supporting people from businesses who are failing to follow the mask order a Walmart in Turlock said they had a man and his children removed from the store because his children weren't wearing masks however the police chief said they only responded to the call because the business cited trespassing concerns he says managers should first ask customers to leave if they aren't wearing masks and try to work with them before calling the police I'm Nicholas when the KPK traffic center overnight work with produce lanes on northbound I. five starting at Laguna Boulevard to consume this river Boulevard onramp and offramp clothes that were going on through five AM not a closure but work on the ramp north bound five the garden highway southbound five reduce lanes from floor road.
Coronavirus death toll nears 120,000 as states report more infections
"Covert nineteen deaths reached nearly one hundred twenty thousand this weekend in the United States in total there are more than two point two million confirmed cases now of the virus here new infections have ticked up in nearly two dozen state here's ABC news correspondent Victor Oquendo California is one of twelve states reporting record new cases over the weekend along with Texas and South Carolina White House officials say they're getting ready for a possible second wave and experts are ringing the alarm saying there may not even be a slowdown between outbreaks more young people are also testing pa causative as states open up in Arizona where the next presidential proudly is scheduled infections nearly doubled in the last two weeks as I see you filled up the World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases yesterday with the total rising by a hundred eighty three thousand in a twenty four hour period
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"ABC's Victor Oquendo crowded beaches in Jacksonville many people not wearing masks which are not required I'm not very worried the governor blaming the rise of cases on increased testing but Dr Eileen Marty of Florida International University disagrees autumn line is we're seeing more hospitalizations and that's not for me increase testing that's from real people who are needing hospital care that means true increase in cases not just what we're detecting pencils Oklahoma setting a daily record for new cases as the city prepares for the president's first rally since the pandemic hit people are already lining up outside Tulsa's mayor saying any rational person would have concerns about the rally one local health official thinks it should be postponed so many people are over code will become of it it's not over the governor insisting the rally will go on safely we're a free society and and you're free to stay home the president's campaign says masks are recommended but not required asking attendees to sign a waiver clearing the campaign of responsibility if someone gets sick presidential hopeful Joe Biden blasting trump's coronavirus response now just flag surrendering the fight instead of leading the charge of the feet the virus he just basically waved the white flag it is retreated new cases on the rise in twenty states plus Puerto Rico and fifteen states are reporting increased hospitalizations including Alabama were icy use are nearing capacity that's a B. C.'s Victor Oquendo gonna check it with ABC news at the bottom of the hour come on it's time to love and twenty eight now.
NASCAR allows limited audience for first time since coronavirus, Confederate flag ban
"A historic milestone for sports in America Nascar drivers on the track today, a small number of fans back in the stands for the first time since the corona virus outbreak, and now the band confederate flag not allowed anywhere in sight. ABC's Victor Oquendo is in Florida. Green. Card going full throttle. Spree quality, welcoming back a select group of fans, but not the confederate flag that company has done more in one week for racial equality than it had done in the past seventy years. Pass cars overcome covid. Nineteen fans are back at the track for the first time today. And battling social and racial injustice with a car, bearing the black lives matter Hashtag Bubba Wallace the circuits, only fulltime black driver, leading the charge for change. This is about our brothers, and our sisters that are that are are suffering through a lot and. You look at. The confederate flag and and how yes may mean heritage to most but to a group that is in a lot of pain right now. The community is in a lot of pain. That's a symbol of hate. It's an a veteran in attendance welcoming the new era. I'm happy that. THAT NASCAR has finally realized that there are so many other people that probably Wanna come to track, but they didn't feel comfortable, and hopefully now they will talk to your drivers like Jimmy, Johnson and Kyle Busch, taking their own action, cutting ties with the helmet designer over tweets about the confederate flag, but not all drivers are united one threatening to quit after the flag band, one thousand members of the military invited to the Dixie vodka four hundred everyone's screen before entry masks were required. Fans spread out NFL pro bowl running back. Alvin Kamara there to going to homes in Miami speedway. FIRST NASCAR race rooting for bubble wallace tonight, president trump saying he won't be watching football if players Neil during the anthem responding to a tweet about the US national soccer team, not being required to stand for the anthem. Saying looks like the NFL is heading in that direction also, but not with me watching. Okay victory. Kendall joins us now from home, said in Miami Dade County at the speedway there and Victor I wanna go back to NASCAR. What will car do with fans trying to defy the confederate flag ban? Tom Nascar is finalising protocol to enforce this new policy, but the bottom line is the confederate flag is banned from all races. It's banned from all events the next race next week at Talladega where up to five thousand five fans are expected,
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"Ko I'm all FM Oakville from ABC news I'm Brian Clark or getting you to not put the paws on steps in their re opening process is covert nineteen death and hospitalization rates are rising in certain parts of the country more from ABC's Victor Oquendo in Miami a new analysis from ABC news fighting daily deaths are increasing in thirteen states and hospitalizations are on the rise in at least eight states Florida seeing its second straight day of record cases the governor blaming the Sir John increased testing in nursing homes and agricultural communities note the protest or the re opening we're doing three times as many tasks a day now than we did at the end of March Lainey speeches will be open for the first weekend in months as cases increase the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says a surge is not inevitable we don't necessarily have to have a resurgence of infections if we respond well to the ones we see is that the same concept applies things re open people should wear masks maintain a distance from others when possible and frequently wash hands anyone who wants to attend president trump's first campaign rally since March is being required to sign a medical waiver and that Tulsa rally has been pushed back one day due June twentieth the president said it's out of respect for the Juneteenth holiday Friday night was night eighteen of protest following the Memorial Day death of George Floyd a Minneapolis police custody these demonstrators were in Brooklyn people are tired.
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"Many minutes of non stop news starts now among our top stories after A. B. C. checks the world silent part black lives matter I'm Jeff total in south Seattle with fifty eight degrees at six o'clock from ABC news he returned rising covered nineteen death rates and hospitalizations in parts of the U. S. that bringing concern that not enough of us your social distancing or wearing face coverings ABC's Victor Oquendo in Miami a new analysis from ABC news fighting daily deaths are increasing in thirteen states and hospitalizations are on the rise in at least eight states Florida seeing its second straight day of record cases the governor blaming the surge on increased testing in nursing homes and agricultural communities not the protest or the re opening we're doing three times as many tests a day now than we did at the end of March Lainey speeches will be open for the first weekend in months in a move applauded by president trump's conservative religious based his administration today finalized a rule that overturns Obama era protections for transgender people against sex discrimination in health care a determination will be based on biology alone not on what aid individual considers himself to be a ruling comes on the fourth anniversary of the shooting massacre at the pulse gay nightclub in Orlando protesters in Miami marching on interstate ninety five were met by a line of police officers and dozens of cop cars the past hour hundreds of protesters turning up for a March in Chicago ABC's Matt Gutman says some protesters in Seattle have started carrying weapons after their car barreled through the crowd just last weekend thousands of protesters on the March in Seattle many hoping to reclaim their message I feel like it's been hi dad the message is totally gone.
Coronavirus: Florida has biggest 1-day rise in new cases
"Investors are closely watching the stock market after yesterday's big drop off rising coronavirus infection numbers lord up is among the twenty states seeing an increase in cases county health officials citing lack of bass coverings and social distancing behind the spike in just waiting the state's highest increase in cases so far Florida governor run distances says schools will be open this fall having a teacher there there just there's not going to be a substitute for that in person instruction since Memorial Day Texas has seen a thirty six percent increase in COPD related hospitalizations the state marked its highest daily tally of new cases this week that's ABC's Victor Oquendo in
Florida governor announces plans to reopen state
"A slow return to normalcy in parts of the country and that includes the sunshine state as governor the latest to announce plans to reopen some nonessential businesses in parts of the state on may fourth we will get Florida back on its feet by using an approach that is safe smart and step by step with an estimated thirty percent of the American economy shuttered the administration says the pain for the American worker is far from over ABC's Victor Oquendo now despite the optimism from Florida this comes as more than eighty people died in that state from covert nineteen on Tuesday alone the biggest spike in daily deaths since the outbreak began
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"So we can continue to fight this virus as we move forward there are currently sixteen thousand six hundred and one confirmed cases of covert nineteen throughout Ohio latest traffic and weather together just a scan of the traffic cameras no problems to get your way on tri state freeways and side streets album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated you scattered showers a morning low of forty eight degrees our Thursday isolated showers continue a bit windy in the morning a high of fifty one at night showers ending a low down to forty two from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar showing most of the rain right now right over may send in Lebanon but defies sue mounts and look to the west a lot of rain heading towards the tri state currently fifty degrees news a service of progressive insurance governor indie Bashir saying yesterday was a tough day to report numbers for Kentucky's death toll because of code nineteen after a week of an apparent plot told this year says Wednesday was difficult with one hundred eighty four new cases and that without a tougher day in terms of of deaths we've had a couple days and where was the lower and and a lot lower than we've seen of it today Hey we have lost ten people he says there are now four thousand five hundred thirty nine positive cases and two hundred thirty five deaths in Kentucky Wednesdays ten reported deaths are in Jefferson Warren Grayson Jackson and Hopkins county seven hundred Suzanne Duval a slow return to normalcy across the U. S. amid concerns about a potential second wave of covered nineteen infections later this year ABC's Victor Oquendo has more orders.
Federal Reserve unveils details of $2.3 trillion in programs to help support the economy
"On it with promises that that stimulus money will be in bank accounts starting next week ABC's Victor Oquendo reports many Americans are eagerly and desperately waiting for so many families need the stimulus checks by one killed nearly a third of Americans couldn't afford to pay the rent this month for small businesses the payment protection program still struggling to meet demands the federal reserve announcing today they're pumping two point three trillion dollars into the economy so banks can keep lending meanwhile president trump says he'll be proposing a fourth stimulus act to help boost the economy once again and speaking of the fed's move ABC's Rebecca Jarvis reports it's aimed at stimulating the economy here making sure that major banks can make loans to businesses small and medium that need those loans and and it you you just think about it the federal reserve is the thing that greases the skids of our banking system the banking system in two thousand eight completely froze up people couldn't get loans businesses couldn't get loans that is part of what sentence into a much deeper recession and they don't want that to happen this time around they're making sure that the quote unquote liquidity is there meaning if you need a loan you can get one that that is also buying upstate municipal bonds to help local
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"Dramatic moment as dozens of officers for many people just ours has been at least four different agencies yesterday the incident leading for dead including the two gunmen the UPS driver who is being held hostage and the driver of a car trapped in the fire zone that's ABC's Victor Oquendo it's still unclear who shot the driver and the bystander imagine picking your all utility company rates even types of energy and saving money Arizona's corporation commission could bring an end to utility monopolies in Arizona there are so many different ways to generate electricity and we can have the competition incentive put into the system to drive the cost of electricity down commission chairman Robert Burns will bring up the issue at the December nineteenth meeting but he acknowledges that Arizona public service company generates transmits and distributes its own power something for which new utilities will have to build their own infrastructure now time for a check on traffic years Monaco read live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center I know about other freeways look good on the freeways no axes to do a one year I seventeen though it's cactus just west of I seventeen at twenty eight Dr at sixty Seventh Avenue and grand watch where collision there and don't forget mill Avenue shut down between university and third street all weekend long for the Tempe festival of the arts will re open that that street and the cross streets Monday morning by five AM this support is sponsored.
Amazon's Echo device may have been a silent witness to a Florida woman's murder
"Amazon Alexa is being called to testify in the murder of a Florida woman investigators say the smart speaker may be the only witness they have for this mystery ABC's Victor Oquendo reports Holland il beach police confirm that Amazon handed over the recordings made by the echo devices and they are reviewing them Amazon tells ABC news audio is not stream to the cloud or recorded unless it's a text a wake word Alexa up computer it cetera adding the company does not disclose customer information in response to government demands unless we're required to do so to comply with a legally valid and binding order Victor Oquendo ABC news Hallandale beach
Shark sightings on the rise off East Coast
"Shark sightings are leaving beach goers on edge in Cape Cod here's ABC's Victor okay endo more than ten spotted close to shore in the last forty eight hours forcing officials to close the popular beach Massachusetts state police responding to sharks while flying above along the beach this summer wave of close calls sightings in the jerks open down the east coast in Florida a drone capturing a short darting between two surfers in satellite beach house he also sharks sharks her because he fell off his board at just the wrong time in less than a week ago in Jacksonville beach surfline dot com recording the moment twenty three year old professional surfer Frankel Rourke struggled to stay above water as what was believed to be a black tape you have all the he throws a T. Canada's clamped onto my arm shoot for this summer there have been reports of at least twenty four unprovoked shark attacks and we're just now entering the peak season for shark activity according to the Atlantic white shark Conservancy August through October are the peak months for shark activity in Cape Cod something easy safety tips here don't swim alone be careful for going in past waist deep water and don't flush around too much A. B. C.'s Victor Oquendo commodities time nine twenty
2 more deputies fired over inaction during Parkland shooting
"News to more sheriff's deputies have been fired for neglect of duty during the mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida last year the firings of the result of a report from an internal enforcement investigation a._b._c.'s victor oquendo reports from parkland florida the one hundred twenty four page internal affairs report released seventeen months after seventeen students and stuff were murdered on valentine's day four deputies have now been fired since the shooting including school resource officer scott peterson peterson was arrested earlier this month and charged with lex culpable negligence and perjury after a state investigation found he did absolutely nothing to mitigate the
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"Fashion. ABC's Victor oquendo. You're listening to. We'll have more on the Sacramento police officer who died last. Last night that apartment is in mourning as they continue to work that scene. North Sacramento will learn more about that officer in three minutes. But first, let's get you outside and talked to Ryan nobles and find out what's happening, particularly over on highway ninety nine with that big rig that went down that still blocking the roadway. Yes, found ninety nine it's completely shut down at fruit ridge road. That's because the big rig crashed into a constructions on a little before four a little after four this morning. It took out a big piece of paving equipment. Big rig up on its side load completely across the roadway, and that's why southbound ninety nine and fruit. Rejoice completely shut down as bad as that sounds. Good news is only minor injuries involved. But we don't have an estimated time getting the highway reopened traffic's being rerouted off at fruit ridge road. It's backed up to twelfth avenue. Also got problems now on the northbound side, a couple of accidents in that area. One is at floor and road, the other one at fruit ridge row. The one at Florin does involve a big rig. Good news in those no one is injured. But as result you can. Gonna hit the slow down about halfway between MAC and Florin on northbound ninety nine takes twenty four minutes on that corridor to get to downtown just thirteen minutes on I five coming in from L grow on highway fifty from highway eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap cities split still another nine on the cap city freeway to get to downtown fifty from Folsom, and eighteen minute drive from woodland on I five twenty one and it's makes it sixteen if you making the commute from Davis eastbound I eighty right now. Medication assisted treatment or is a proven treatment for opioid addiction using FDA approved medications couple counseling. NATO significantly reduces the rate of relapse choose change California and find a proven treatment option. That's right for you. Choose AT dot org. Traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons. Ryan nobles news, ninety three point one F K this forecast brought to you by Tom. Dave's dot com today. Mostly sunny? High of eighty eight degrees tonight clear, a high in the upper.
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"The news. Good afternoon. I'm Brad Ford. Our top story the family. Learn L, Bruce junior doesn't believe Russell Cordier feels remorse for killing Cordier was sentenced to life in prison for at least twenty five years for running down Bruce with his Jeep and Gresham three years ago. Here was convicted of murder and intimidation hate crime Russa's mother Natasha says they are creating a nonprofit organization in her son's name is going be loved live hashtag, Bruce, and we're going to advocate and help victims of hate crime. According to his girlfriend, Colleen hunt was also in the vehicle. She pleaded guilty. She'll be sentenced this afternoon to of Oregon's congressional members are calling for the US house natural resources committee to investigate the chamois Indian school in Salem Levin. Gale cutting has more congressman Kurt Schrader. And congresswoman Suzanne Dmitri are asking for a congressional investigation into the country's four. Federally operated offers relation boarding schools for native American Indian youth, including Shamila they're concerned about the health and safety of. Students at the school after the deaths of three Sonoma students since twenty ten. They say they've been stonewalled in their efforts to get information from the bureau of Indian affairs and Indian education and twice in the last year, they visited the school looking for answers, but came away frustrated they won't congress to compel accountability and transparency has a campus has been writing since the eighteen eighties. The jobs market at Oregon continues to grow employment depravity, condoms Nicolay. Check says fifty seven hundred jobs added in March and the unemployment rate remained at four point four percent. Overall. Continues despite the tight labor market for still adding jobs. None of the major industries had job losses last month, professional and business services government and healthcare out of the most jobs over the last year. Oregon is added thirty two thousand jobs. Crews raced to save thirteen people's stranded off Florida's coast after their boat. Capsized ABC's Victor oquendo has the story sheriff's office. What Lee saying this could have been a mess casualty incident. Some of these people didn't know how to swim now questions about why they're out of the water in the first place. Many didn't even have time to put on life jackets when the emergency call came in the crew that responded was actually not a ceremony they had just gotten their boat blessed. Ten minutes later, they were saving all those people. Victor oquendo ABC news, Miami Beach playoff series against the Portland trailblazers and the Oklahoma City thunders expected to be tied all the way through forward mohawk. Lewis says the thunder Paul George has to be stopping. Shoot. But I do try to be more. They blazers beat the thunder one four ninety nine in the first game. Coverage of tonight's game. Starting at five thirty tip off at seven thirty on the home of the blazers rip city sports radio. Six twenty Wall Street today. Dow's up sixty six NASDAQ is up seventeen the SNP up to. Traffic. It's a serious injury. Accident don't tell Portland so they have closed down southwest Madison. That's the eastbound one way between third and second that it's closed. I met detouring around that on their way to the Hawthorne bridge. Eastbound also a crash on the west side northeast Walker road at click led Masterson key E X traffic. Now Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance. We'll start with mostly dry weather around the valleys, mostly cloudy. Daytime highs.
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"At the killing was targeted but are asking the public to report any encounters with fake Roger drivers. We also would ask anybody that has been in five points. You know in in recent times that has had anybody and try to entice them over to a car like in Iraq, cheer, capacity. We would ask them to give us a call. Uber calling this unspeakable crime seeing their hearts with Samantha Joseph since family and loved ones writing that we've been working with local law enforcement and college campuses across the country to educate the public about how to avoid fake wager. Drivers. They also caution users to use the app to double trick to import details before starting a trip that driver. And the car guys have to travel together for Joseph's father and the rest of her family the warnings come too late, but they're focused on making sure this doesn't happen to another family. Some what I wanna do is educate. Everybody on the smartest person here, but I've gone through this. And I don't want anybody else to ever go through this again. I can't tell you how painful this. I'm Victor oquendo in Columbia, South Carolina. You're listening to KOMO news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Now, it's time for the propel insurance money update. The news Amazon is planning to build a network of more than thirty two hundred satellites in an ambitious bid to provide global internet access has caught the attention of job hunters by Friday morning. Amazon had posted some Seventy-three jobs on its website related to project Kuyper as it's been code named the great majority them in Bellevue, most of the openings are for engineers. The stock market has been grinding higher the past couple of weeks. So far this year the S and P five hundred fifteen percent while the NASDAQ composite is up twenty percent..
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"Fact, was confirmed to be blood rolling is now charged with kidnapping and. Murder police describing how he was able to carry out his alleged crime further investigation on the suspect vehicle determine the child than a child safety seat was in the back, and then the child safety locks were activated on the door that would not allow someone to the means of escape from the back of the suspect vehicle in a court hearing, which the alleged murderer did not attend Josephson's mother with this emotional plea. Exception. Basis less eighty girl. Name never be given the right to again for women to to my daughter given the opportunity for anyone. Campus some students saying they'll continue to be vigilant. Are you take extra precautions? Oh, yeah. I'm definitely going to be checking who's over driver. Checking the license plates. All that stuff. I'm telling my friends. Check the like number and not I'm not calling new Bern alone. Police have not said at the killing was targeted but are asking the public to report any encounters with fake Roger drivers. We also had asked anybody that has been in five points. You know in in recent times that has had anybody try to entice them over to a car like in Iraq, cheer, capacity. We would ask them to give us a call. Uber calling this an unspeakable crime sing their hearts with Samantha Josephson's family and loved ones writing that we've been working with local law enforcement and college campuses across the country to educate the public about how to avoid fake Roger drivers. They also caution users to use the app to double-check to fort details before starting a trip the driver and the car you guys have to travel together for Josephson's father and the rest of her family the warnings come too late. But there are no focused on making sure this doesn't happen to another family. Only some what I wanna do is educate everybody and not that on the smartest person here, but I've gone through this. And I don't want anybody else to ever go through this again. I can't tell you. How painful this is? I'm Victor oquendo in Columbia, South Carolina. Coming up healthcare providers in rural America. Down with the film director who explored this topic and her new documentary on perspective after this. If you.
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"In addition to the president's of every Greek fraternity sorority, we're cracking down on quality allies offenses. Drinking in public smoking. We had is the Miami Beach police chief he's trying to crack down and excessive partying during spring break. It seems to be a rite of passage and now after two people were shot. There's a push to make the city less fun and cut down on the party crowd. ABC's? Victor oquendo is in Miami joins us live right now. Good morning Victor, good morning. Good to be with you lay off the incidents that have happened. So far that makes Miami Beach police to take these kind of actions. All right. So Miami Beach, obviously, a very popular location for spring break. You've got people descending on the city every single weekend. So Friday through Sunday for the past almost a month. Now, you've just had these huge groups of people coming in and most of them have just kind of taken over the very popular ocean drive locations what they're calling the entertainment district down here. And you've just gone up of a mix of college kids and just south Florida locals coming down here and opening up containers. There's smoking weed they're doing kind of whatever they want out there, and you've all seen the viral videos now, they're. Leading to a bunch of fights that have all been recorded on cellphones. It's been a huge mess. So while they always stop up when it comes to these big weekends like Miami Beach. Police stops up for about six weeks of spring break. It's tough to control these crowds and other absolutely taking a harder line. So now if anyone is caught with an open container police dump it out on the spot if they don't they will be arrested right there. Boy, Victor, this is a tough one down there in Miami. At spring break time, how our city leaders responding. They're setup Miami Beach residents are fed up. So we're business owners to because a lot of the people come in. They aren't exactly coming and spending money at the bars and restaurants, they're bringing their own alcohol wisdom, so they had an emergency meeting yesterday to figure out what they could do even more police officers here. The crowd sides are a third larger arrests have gone up a bit. And you've got thirty percent more calls to fire and rescue. So everyone's trying to get a hold on this right now the other big headache for people here is just the traffic coming in. It's a plan both of the main causeways coming into Miami Beach police actually reduced the lanes that they license plate readers can keep track of everyone coming onto the island. Victor, I know the initiatives you mentioned law enforcement and doing, but this is really going to have to be some sort of cultural shift. So so maybe how does the town of Miami that whole how do they get their arms around it to dissuade people from from coming? We're going to see more efforts. Like this the the crackdown right now. They're going to have police. I think they're gonna have to officers on nearly every corner in all of the busiest areas, but I should point out that here on Miami Beach. The majority of the incidents haven't been major the shooting that you guys talked about earlier then actually happened off Miami Beach in an area outside of downtown Miami, thankfully, they're both in stable condition. Both of the college football players who was shot. They should be okay. Obviously those are incidents that we want to avoid here. But yeah, you're gonna see a much bigger crackdown coming up this weekend, which is expected to be another huge spring break weekend victory. We only have a few seconds left here. But how is the general populace those are two their year round? How are they reacting? It's awful. I was that was commissioned getting's yesterday, and they are fed up. They've had about enough of this. And it's year after year, and it's not just this week. And also see it during Memorial Day weekend. They want to see something done. They don't wanna keep looking through this. It feels like they're being held hostage. ABC's Victor oquendo. Thank you Victor for your report. You got six fifteen. Sports.
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"Offenses play drinking in public smoking weed, and is the Miami Beach police chief he's trying to crack down and excessive partying during spring break. It seems to be a rite of passage now after two people were shot. There's a push to make the city less fun and cut down on the party crowd. ABC's? Victor oquendo is in Miami joins us live. Right now. Good morning. Victor good morning. Good to be on with you lay off the incidents that have happened. So far that makes Miami Beach in the police to take these kind of actions. All right. So Miami Beach, obviously, a very popular location for spring break. You've got thousands of people descending on the city every single weekend. So Friday through Sunday for the past almost a month. Now, you've just had these huge groups of people coming in and most of them have just kind of taken over the very popular ocean drive locations, what they're calling the entertainment district down here, and you've just gone upon show a mix of college kids and just south Florida locals coming down here and opening up containers. There's smoking weed they're doing kind of whatever they want out there, and you've all seen the viral videos now there. Leading to a bunch of fights at all been recorded on cellphones. It's been a huge mess. So while they always stop up when it comes to these big weekends like Miami Beach police steps up for about six weeks of spring break. It's tough to control these crowds and other absolutely taking a harder line. So now if anyone is caught with an open container police dump it out on the spot if they don't they will be arrested right there. Boy, Victor, this is a tough one down there Miami at spring break time, how our city leaders responding. Up Miami Beach residents are fed up. So our business owners to because along the people come in. They aren't exactly coming and spending money at the bars and restaurants, they're bringing their own alcohol wisdom, so they had an emergency meeting yesterday to figure out what they could do even more police officers here. The crowd sides are a third larger arrests have gone up a bit. And you've got thirty percent more calls to fire and rescue. So everyone's trying to get a hold on this right now the other big headache for people here is just the traffic coming in. It's a plan both of the main causeways coming into Miami Beach police actually reduced the lanes that they license plate readers can keep track of everyone coming onto the island. Victor, I know the initiatives you mentioned law enforcement and doing, but this is really going to have to be some sort of cultural shift. So so maybe how does the town of Miami that whole it? How do they get their arms around it to dissuade people from from coming? We're going to see more efforts. Like this the crackdown right now. They're going to have police. I think they're going to have to officers on nearly every corner in all of the busiest areas, but I should point out that here on Miami Beach. The majority of the incidents haven't been major this shooting that you guys talked about earlier that actually happened off Miami Beach in an area outside of downtown Miami, thankfully, they're both in stable condition. Both of the college football players who were shot. They should be okay. Obviously those are incidents that we want to avoid. But yeah, you're going to see a much bigger crackdown coming up this weekend, which is expected to be another huge spring break weekend victory. Only have a few seconds left here. But how is the general populace those are two their year round? How are they reacting? It's awful I was at those commission meetings yesterday, and they are fed up. They've had about enough of this year after year, and it's not just this week. And also see it during Memorial Day weekend. They wanna see something done. They don't want to keep living through this. It feels like they're being held hostage. ABC's Victor oquendo. Thank you for your report. You got six fifteen..
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"Dreams and that it remains fully operational. Passengers still shaking my heart rate, and my blood pressure was high. It was terrifying. What else to say the ship is now headed to the Bahamas? It will continue with its trip as planned some good news here all eight of those passengers who were hospitalized have been released. That's ABC's Victor oquendo in California Santa Anita park racetrack. There's been shut down after a spike in the death of horse races of racehorses ABC's. Mona Rivera has more races and training are suspended until further notice after another thoroughbred had to be put down Tuesday. It was the twenty-first horse death at Santa Anita park since late December trainer. Bob baffert. Devastated. We love these panel veto sent him out there thinking something bad's going to happen. And it's stressful. Most of the race horses who died suffered injuries while racing or training. At least one had a heart attack. Officials are looking at the track itself for irregularities while animal rights activists are denouncing what they call dangerous racing practices. Montereau thera- ABC news at ten. Using an overpriced trash bag pricey pricey bag that breaks. Or a smelly bags Hanky time to switch to hefty ultra strong trash bags always at an ultra low price. There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex sold. Head to head. So you'll be happy Abby ultra strong, arm and hammer odor control available at Sam's Club..
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"Viaduct getting along the docks of Puget Sound right away commuters loved it. And the next year the battery street subway opened today, we call it the battery street tunnel for the first time drivers could zoom down Aurora avenue and right through downtown Seattle without stopping, but for some the love of the viaduct didn't last long the Alaska way viaduct is an. I store by the nineteen seventies. There is already talk of tearing it down, but it was damaged from the two thousand one Nisqually quake that sealed the Videx fate is still took another ten years to come up with a plan to replace it a tunnel. In two thousand eleven the south end of the Vitek was torn down to start the massive tunneling machine named Bertha boring. A new freeway underground. And now the end has come for what's left of our highway ninety nine in the sky Thoenes on KOMO news. Passengers on board at seven bay cruise to the Caribbean returned to port early after hundreds of people on the cruise got sick ABC's. Victor oquendo has more from Miami. The outbreak on the basis of the seas cruise ship. Hundreds of people falling ill on board the cruise cut short now on its way back to port early, Royal Caribbean. Telling ABC news two hundred and seventy seven passengers and crew members suffered an episode of gastrointestinal illness. Now, the CDC is investigating. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. We'll start getting fourth-quarter earnings reports in the coming week and one that will get a lot of scrutiny will be that of Netflix do after the market closed.
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"Out of money and has closed today due to the shutdown now in day twelve visitors stopping by the national zoo were out of luck. When he found the gates shut and locked this is did I don't think shutdowns work, and is this any way to tell other people in the US and foreign countries, America's great, we've shut down all the museums. And we shut down a premier attraction, the museums and national zoo in Washington DC area were able to remain open sends a partial government shutdown began on December twenty second by using prior year funds. However that funding has now renowned and officials say they have no choice at this point. But to close their doors. However, the nationals Zia will continue feeding and caring for the animals during his partial government shutdown. Meanwhile, the campgrounds at Joshua tree national park in California are closed today. Due to heavy health concerns. That's because a maintenance workers. Mt. The pit toilets and the Riverside County park have been furloughed by the partial government, shutdown trashes also piling up and off roaders are damaging sensitive habitat because a Park Rangers are also furloughed two campgrounds at Joshua tree will remain open during the day Indian cove and black rock officials in two states are actively investigating animal attack that happened in recent days in North Carolina, a wild animal shelter near Durham is closed indefinitely as thirties investigate. How an intern was killed by a lion. And in Florida. Authorities wanna know how a small child wound up inside a rhino enclosure at the zoo, south of Orlando ABC's, Victor oquendo is at the zoo's entrance with more. Details had to be airlifted as a trauma alert her mother taken to the hospital as well with an injury to her arm. The girl's father saying his statement today has been a day for our family. Our daughter is in good care and is doing well. My wife was also treated for her. Injury. It has been released from the hospital. Zoo officials say while the child was retrieved in a matter of seconds and rhino did make contact without child and back to that deadly lion attack in North Carolina. A community has been shaken by the attack at a shelter for wild animals near Durham that killed a twenty two year old intern while life expert, Ron McGill, the communications director zoo. Miami tells ABC lions can become more dangerous under human care than in the wild been Africa fifty times, and then you go to Africa you'd be in an open vehicle with pride of lions around. You don't pay any attention to you because you're not part of that normal environment. When lions grow up in captivity under human care. They lose that natural fear of people, and they look at people, maybe it's a competition as a threat the intern was attacked while cleaning the lion. Enclosure one alliance somehow got out of his pen that should have been locked zoo officials shot and killed lion named matai and a Western Australia man is embarrassed after allow shouting match draws local police. As to his home in suburban Perth, e passer-by called police after hearing a man inside the house yelling very loudly. Why don't you die and a toddler screaming? Officers arrived to find a man who has an extreme fear of spiders trying to kill one inside his house. They confirm very quickly. The man who is actually yelling at the spider. He was trying to kill the man later apologized for any inconvenience he may have caused. Meanwhile, no word just yet. And what happened to that spider?.
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"Foot. Wildlife officials are confident they caught the alligator that attacked especially after finding that white sneaker inside its mouth. Wow, ABC's. Victor oquendo says the man is expected to recover and Christmas coming early for hundreds at UCF students in line for fiesta bowl. Tickets this morning instead of the first two hundred in line paying fifty bucks. They scored free tickets left. Definitely the incentive considering how expensive the trip just yet terrorism nights need their fans, especially after being snubbed from the playoffs despite their second straight undefeated season, we have the witness to
Hand recount won't likely save Bill Nelson vs. Rick Scott
"Now have President Trump on their side ABC's. Victor oquendo is in Broward County today in Broward County. Route Chester swarming election headquarters as they have for gays. Each side accusing the other of election theft Laura's machine recount is underway. State law mandating a recount when races are within half a percentage point the race for governor meeting that threshold the Senate race, even tighter governor, Rick Scott leading by just twelve thousand five hundred votes. Meanwhile, the rhetoric between Scott and his opponent Bill Nelson heating up sitter Nelson is clearly trying defy to try to commit fraud to try to win this election. President Trump wing in tweeting drawing to steal two big elections in Florida. We are watching closely while Scott and the president had provided no evidence of fraud. Democrats are expressing their own concerns about Scott as the current governor being in the position to certify his own election. I am calling on governor Scott to recuse himself immediately from any actions involving the Florida election Scott has a blatant conflict of interest in the governor's race democrat, Andrew gillum rescinding his election night concession. I am. Replacing my words of concession within uncompromised in unapologetic, coal that we count every single vote, but Republican ROY descent his leading by thirty three thousand votes already looking ahead. We have begun our transition efforts to build an administration that can secure Florida's future. All right. Let's go to victory KENDALL right now in Broward County pictured there are dueling lawsuits between the Nelson and Scott Senate campaigns and tonight governor Scott has a new lawsuit are some sides in this battle trying to win the recount in court, Tom this one is getting more heated by the day. Governor Scott filing, a lawsuit in Broward and Palm Beach counties asking that voting machines be impounded while not in use to prevent what he has repeatedly called voter fraud. We've checked with state officials. They tell us right now. There are no investigations into voter fraud. His opponent me. Well, Senator Bill Nelson says Scott is making false and panic claims, Tom Victor oquendo first night, Victor, thank you and in Georgia Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate for governor is saying. The refusal by Democrats Stacey Abrams to give up his quote disgracing, democracy Abram seeking to become the first black woman elected governor in the United
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Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds
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Before-and-after images show Guatemala volcano's devastation
"Three million children komo news time now ten fortysix far from faraway the images of a bottom on us frago volcano are breathtaking but on the ground a living nightmare entire villages blanketed in ash with a catastrophic death toll abc's victor oquendo has more the eruption of guatemala's vote gun if way go on sunday seem apocalyptic caitlyn only and aiden turner were camping near the volcano when it erupted pretty lucky right now describe for sure areas once vibrant and alive now frozen by the ash entire towns trapped in that moment of terror drawing comparisons to pompeii for many the wave of destruction hit so suddenly they had just seconds to flee once the initial eruption subsided rescue workers racing against time suited up enough branch search for the almost two hundred still missing in the destruction we were there with the rescue team at one of the hardest hit villages as the volcano suddenly erupted again without warning the goal aquino's rat forcing us and the team to flee the ground too hot to maneuver experts don't believe any other volcanic activity is imminent but they are also doubtful that any more of the missing will be found alive the death toll now at ninety nine and expected to climb higher against the odds they search blendi lopez says she lost most of her family thirteen loved ones among them for two young children yet there have been miraculous escapes and recovery's also in the aftermath acts of international kindness shriners hospital in galveston texas receiving six children badly burned in the eruption mississippi air national guard c seventeen.
Cubans mourn plane crash dead, officials ID 20 bodies
"Put a train security officer in each public school only three known survivors of that deadly passenger jet crashing cuba that killed over one hundred people investigators now trying to determine what led to the wreckage here's abc's victor oquendo the staggering death toll climbing cuba one hundred and ten now dead and investigators are still trying to figure out why this plane plummeted from the sky the fireball and smoke could be seen for miles in havana cubans rushing to the crash site just moments after the seven thirty seven went down among the dead twenty priests from an evangelical church somehow three people were pulled from the fiery wreckage alive there now fighting for their lives what dozens of other families crowded into the airport terminal eager for updates on their loved ones what pope is dwindling as cuba state tv begins posting photos of victims on their facebook page it's the first day of husband and wife it's a with prince harry and meghan markle newlyweds now known as the duke and duchess of sussex abc's james longman with some of the highlights of what happened on saturday the american princess meghan markle the moment so many have been waiting for here in windsor the crowds out earning keen to catch a glimpse of george clooney oprah and elton john inside the chapel megan's mother doria ragland clearly emotional with the queen and her seat it was time for the bride to make her entrance and it was one for the ages confidence smile meghan taking that long walk down the aisle prince charles linking arms with his future daughterinlaw taking her to the altar and harry taken aback seeing her for the first time the bride and groom plus being hands the cameras catching that personal moment harry whispering you look amazing the prince lifting her male the service like nothing britain had seen before the vows you are back to take meghan biracial american divorcee the picture of modern princess wearing the queen's tiara and address inspired by history harry the soldier prince holding back tears diana's memory looming large in the bouquet her favorite flower forget me knots a reading by her sister the only one of the service but it was the american touches that lifted the day a gospel version of stand by me echoing through the historic chapel i'm bishop michael curry from chicago through the thunderous salmon on love we.
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"Followed by memorial service at seven abby jessen wsb emergency crews digging through the wreckage of that pedestrian bridge in miami say they they have recovered all six victims here as abc's victor oquendo among the dead eighteenyearold fau freshman alexa duran she was driving with a friend who was able to escape the car there's sixty year olds rolando frog has family they hadn't heard from him since before the collapse they found out his body was one of the ones inside one of the cars trapped underneath that bridge police also confirming fiftythreeyearold alberto arias fifty seven year old oswald kansallis were inside another car they retrieved now family member of one of the victims says he doesn't understand why motorists were allowed to drive underneath the unfinished span breaking news first this twenty four hour continuing news lottery officials say one winning ticket was sold in saturday's powerball drawing is sixty to lead us the luck of the jaw on saint patrick's day someone struck it rich we don't know who yet but lottery officials say one winning ticket sold in pennsylvania match the numbers and saturday night's powerball drawing the excitement has been building for nineteen straight drawings the jackpot rolling over until saturday the.
First vehicles pulled from wreckage of collapsed Florida bridge
"The next rockies game today at two on koa newsradio an iheartradio station from abc news on daria albinger deputy fbi director andrew mccabe was about to retire instead for abc next rockies game today at two on koa newsradio an iheartradio station from abc news on daria albinger deputy fbi director andrew mccabe was about to retire instead late last night he was fired accused of making an improper statement to a reporter about the clinton email investigation abc's aaron katersky fbi rank and file is particularly interested in truth telling and andy mccabe was found by justice department investigators to have misled them about matters associated with the two thousand sixteen election on the other hand mccabe was at the fbi for more than twenty years and his firing just two days before his retirement date took effect could certainly be questioned and criticized by some fbi officials president trump tweeted about the firing calling it a great day for the men and women of the fbi at any moment we could get the latest information on the recovery effort in the bridge collapse at florida international university abc's victor oquendo in miami says two vehicles were pulled from the rubble this morning is worked through the night they will be here all day the ntsb says they plan on being on the ground for about a week but they can't say if that reported crack or if the tightening of those cables had anything to do with the collapse but they could serve as clues and the school says an engineer warned of cracks in the span a few days before it came down russia is expelling twentythree british diplomats british prime minister theresa may says she isn't surprises response doesn't change the fact of the matter the attempted assassination of two people on british soil for which there is no alternative conclusion other than the russian state was culpable moscow's move in response to the uk doing the same thing over the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter in england federal safety regulators looking into certain hyundai and kia models with airbags that may fail.