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"$125,000" Discussed on WTOP
"To participate in our weekly $125,000 drawings every Friday and our grand finale drawings on Saturday January 29 You can start the new year by winning 50,000 in free play $75,000 in cash or a new 2022 BMW X 7 in our $1 million giveaway Monumental happens here Must be 21 Please play responsibly For help visit empty gambling helped on work or one 800 gambler Money news at 25 and 55 now to Jeff claiborne Northern Virginia remains the world's largest data center market It is number one by a long shot Twice as big as the world's second largest market and there appears to be no stopping its growth The rate of increase is just mind boggling The market is adding anywhere from 300 to 400 megawatts A third of a gigawatt Every few months And so it just keeps multiplying and multiplying and multiplying That's Kevin imboden at cushman and Wakefield Northern Virginia will soon be a two gigawatt data center markets to put that in perspective that's 2 billion watts or enough to perpetually power 1.5 million homes Northern Virginia is number one for Internet data because it all started here The Internet was essentially born in Northern Virginia from the military project not a darpa And then the original backbone in the fibers there And fiber creates more fiber because more networks get put in Northern Virginia And then all the clients followed Northern Virginia is also favored by data center developers for generous tax breaks lots of land available and low utility rates Jeff label News Straight ahead traffic and weather.
"$125,000" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Two ballistic missiles into waters off its eastern coast. That's just two days after Pyongyang claimed they tested a newly developed missile. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff says the missiles flew toward the waters of the Korean Peninsula's east coast. It is believed North Korea is pushing to bolster its weapons arsenal amid a deadlock in nuclear diplomacy between Pyongyang. And Washington. Talks between the U. S and North Korea have stalled since 2019 when America rejected the North's demand for major sanctions relief in exchange for dismantling an aging nuclear facility. Foxes Trace Gallagher, South Korea has responded with its own missile test for the first time launching from a submarine underwater. Alex Murdoch, the South Carolina attorney, shot and wounded earlier this month, planned the whole thing, according to police. The same, Murdoch admitted hiring a hit man and giving him a gun to shoot him so his son could collect on a $10 million insurance policy. Murdoch was not seriously wounded the investigation into the June murders of his wife and another son continues. Looking to hire thousands of new workers. Amazon holding a virtual hiring events today, Amazon says it has 125,000 jobs to fill transportation in fulfilment roles, saying the company's offering an average starting wage of over $18 per hour, with some making even more, in addition to possible signing bonuses in certain locations. Amazon's nationwide recruiting event, also on top of its push to hire 40,000 corporate and tech jobs, saying new hires will also be eligible for benefits that include Amazon's career choice program that pays the full cost of its frontline workers. COLLEGE tuition. Amazon is the nation's second largest employer behind Walmart boxes. Jeff Men also that I'm Jack Keller here. This is Fox News..
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"Until 4:30 A.m. and the north Beyond I five off ramp to Berkeley Street is also closed until 4:30 a.m. for construction work. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The coma forecast who have a pretty difficult September forecast. Coming here. Partly cloudy tonight Lows mid fifties tomorrow, mostly sunny highs in the seventies. Partly sunny out Friday, Low seventies for the weekend, Saturday and Sunday. Partly sunny with highs around 70. Monday and Tuesday next week. Back to mostly sunny with a high near 70 Wednesday, partly sunny chance of showers highs in the upper sixties overnight lows in the mid fifties. That's your latest weather from the Como forecast team in Africa, five year old Shrew has no choice. She and millions like her walk miles a day during water together, we can end their walk. Because when you just add water and change alone, three more world vision dot Oh, Right now, More than 125,000 Children are waiting to be adopted from foster care. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption works around the clock to find them the permanent loving homes they deserve. You can help learn more at Dave Thomas foundation dot org. Duncan is putting a whole new spin on pumpkin A Duncan with our new pumpkin cream Cold brew. Smooth, bold, cold rooftop with velvety pumpkin cream cold phone made with cinnamon and nutmeg, spices, and there's more pumpkin for you to love like the delicious, flawed classic our pumpkin space signature latte, Richard Espresso topped with creme caramel drizzle and cinnamon sugar. That's how he pumpkin at Duncan Step into the fall season with the $3 medium pumpkin cream, Cold Brew or pumpkin spice Signature Latte America runs on Dunkin participation may very limited time offer decision apply, felt on coffins by signature latte only all called for Cooper. Adopt us kids presents multiple choice parenting. Your daughter just had.
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"Forecast Haiti Sun HOT human, Maybe some smoky skies at times with a high of 92 right now, the my talk studios 84 sunny information and touch might be able to help house Downer. We're tired. This is, um I talked to alert everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture at the top of every hour on They were spotted in a passionate, make out session in Los Angeles yesterday, The couple were photographed at a red light during a sunset Drive and Tom Holland $125,000 Audi now they deny dating last year, But that smooch looks pretty much like they are doing something at least so cute. Did you finally get this photo? Yeah, Big Congratulations and a and Tom Holland Britney Spears is feeling thankful for the sport she's receiving as she returns from short vacation in Maui. A source tells People magazine that Brittany had a wonderful time in Maui with Sam Asgari and that Britney Spears has high hopes that there will be important changes to her conservatorship in the near future. Yes, that's what we can hope there. And finally, machine gun. Kelly is making a new film that is called good news, or was called Good News based on the life of musicians like Mac.
"$125,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Ahead, sir. Hey, How you doing, Mark? Very well. Thank you, sir. So I got a question about, um, going control. What do you think is going to happen in the next four or five years? Because, you know, I'm a normal man, and I love Wow, That's that's your opinion. Uh huh. Okay. And why do you identify yourself based on your genitalia? You know we're not supposed to do that. Okay. I'm just kidding you. What do I think is going to happen? I think that with Hollywood John Roberts says, head of the Supreme Court that the Second Amendment is not safe. Yeah, and I've seen a couple of these other appointees. Cavanaugh. And, uh, And Comey. That's the name of Coney Barrett. I guess. They make me very nervous. Make me very nervous so we shall see, but it's clear the Democrat Party Is crapping all over the Constitution. One thing when they crap all over themselves on a daily basis, But now they want to Out in public. Mhm. Any other question, my friend. Give peace a chance. God bless you. Let's continue. Robert Empire Michigan the Great W. T. C. M go. Hey, Mark, you know every time that you've spoken about selling 50,000 copies of your book and 75,000 copies in 125,000 copies Excuse me, sir. We're at 140,000. But who's counting? All right, 150,000. Let's say yes, we are actually at 150..
"$125,000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The first appraisal came back at $125,000, and she was shocked. A recent independent market analysis had estimated her home at $187,000. So she tried again and then to get the sack it one and his $15,000 lower. Just a few months later, I just could not fathom. You know, there was this just nagging voice in my head That was saying that there is something wrong. Duffy have a theory and wanted to put it to the test. When she applied for refinancing with a new Linder. She left her race and gender off the application. One of her friends, husbands, who is white, agreed to stand in during the third appraisal before he did. She took out everything that might indicate her race and left her home. She got another shock when she got that appraisal back. Let's grow so fast, and I was like holding my breath scrolling. And getting to the bottom of it to see the number. I'm just like, I don't even want to read it just yet. As one of see the number the number 259,000 more than double the original appraisal, and then it just thinks then. He's just sitting in that What was the value of my home with me? Carla Duffy filed a complaint against two of the lenders with HUD. Neither would comment for this story. But the appraiser with the lowest estimate Tim Boston, stands by his report. Any time I put a report out, prepare with the intention Of having to defend that report. Before a group of my peers. It's all data driven. So, um, it's inherent in the data, and I wouldn't know how to change that. A number of studies have found that black owned homes are undervalued when compared to those of white homeowners. This is especially true in historically black neighborhoods study by the Brookings Institution finds that adds up to 156 billion and cumulative losses for black homeowners. Jamie Nelson heads the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and says local and federal policies that perpetuated racial segregation in the early 20th century play into the continued disparity. It was theater brazel industry at the time that supported the very redlining maps. Red Line car, Let's neighborhood and so many black neighborhoods in our city, Nelson says. While it's hard to determine how prevalent the problem is, examples of racial bias and discrimination in the appraisal process have been discussed for years just a growing number of blacks and African American saints. Something's wrong here. They're also maybe a growing desire to address this issue. Had recently decided in favor of a complaint in a similar appraisal discrimination case. In a written statement, the American Society of Appraisers says it supports a focus on why black homes are devalued. It adds that more education for appraisers and more diverse workforce could be part of the solution for NPR news. I'm gel shirt later today on all things considered, India has put a freeze on exporting AstraZeneca covert vaccines. That is complicating the already slow vaccination process in Africa. Listen by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name, it's NPR news. Let's listen now to Jack Ferris Bay Area traffic.
"$125,000" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"That I could take to better myself into better others along the way. I'm saying if Jones is executed, he will be the first inmate. Texas puts to Death in 2021 Today is the tax filing deadline for most of the United States, But Texans still have more time the IRS granted extensions for Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana due to federal disaster declarations issued in response to February's severe winter weather. The deadline for all three states is June 15th. Houston police say a tiger that went missing for nearly a week was finally found Saturday night, days after his alleged owner was arrested. Houston public media is Paul de Benedetto reports. The Tiger is now at a wildlife sanctuary in North Texas. Police say India, the tiger was turned in by the wife of Victor Cuevas, the cat's alleged owner. Viral video last week show the cat wandering the West Houston neighborhood and confronting an off duty deputy before police say Cuevas usher the animal into an SUV and drove off India's only nine months old. But Houston police commander Ron Bores a said it already weighs £175. Work out every day. That animal was extremely powerful. If he wanted to overcome you, he could do it instantly. No doubt about it. Let's say you should not have that in your home. Cuevas was picked up for evading arrest. He had been out on a $125,000 bond for a previous murder charge. His lawyer has said he does not own the cat. India was sent to live at the Cleveland Armory Black Beauty Ranch about three hours north of the city. Paul the Benedetto in Houston, Tim Duncan was inducted into the Naysmith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame over the weekend. Duncan, who won five NBA championships with the San Antonio Spurs, thanked the team's head coach Gregg Popovich, You're an exceptional person. Thank you..
"$125,000" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"That man. He had a bad man watch for himself and his girlfriend. So this guy he was a prosecution witness, Charles Celebi 39. He worked at his family's Fall River store for years, and he arranged for a city hall meeting in 2018 about his plan to open a retail marijuana shop next door. And, uh, Korea told Salvi this. The mayor told the Celebi that he would supply a letter allowing him to open the store. 250 grand. Wow. Holy Batman. And raid That's the hastily excused herself. This is the aide who went along and that's the thing. Why did why did the mayor always taken age with him? As a witness? I mean, he's violating all the rules of shakedown. Do you want to get you want to have what? You wanted to be one on one my word against yours. Leaving the two men alone to negotiate. So he they settled for $125,000 is a bribe. As Korea. The mayor left the building and raid that's the female aid turned to him and said, your family now Family. And so then he pulls up the collector. He the mayor pulls up outside the store in the city issued SUV to collect the first installment of the bribe. And he had taken 70 guy had $75,000 cash. Most of it in $100 bills from the family business is safe, wrapped in stacks of $10,000 in place that inside a metal box. This is such a wacky story because Jay's all Korea when he was a city councilor at the age of 19, or whatever. He accused the ven mayor of taking him down to the docks at midnight and pulling it gonna, Yeah. And so he was saying was like something out of the Godfather. But now he's you know, in the family. Now I know understate regulation. The host city, which befall River could require a marijuana business to pay as much as $50,000 annual. That's in tribute, I guess or things or whatever. But Korea agreed to $25,000 In exchange, the mayor said he wanted the bride from so silly be increased from 125,000 to 150,000. So in other words, instead of the city, getting 50,000 The city would get 25. The mayor would get 20 another 25. He extorted altogether. He's 29, a Democrat. He stole $600,000 from the marijuana vendors. So then another guy who was trying to get a marijuana license. He was the very disturbed when they when he took the $175,000 bribe to open the business next to him. So this guy His name is Chris Harkins. He arranged to meet the mayor's aide and raid for lunch because Korea told him that she'd lobbied for the other store. During the lunch. Harkins that's the other owner, said the female aide told him she wasn't responsible for approving the other dispensary in the Korea quote has been meeting with a lot of shady people. You think Harkins, the witness said the female aide told him you want to hear something even more bleeped up. He's taking half of my salary. Wow, this guy if he's taken 50% of the salary, and he's and he's carrying this woman around with him as a witness, you think she's a little better that she's given up half her salary for this guy. Usually you only charge like 10% 20% pops. Hunter. Biden only had to pay 10%, didn't he? That's what he said on the laptop. All right. 844 542 42. I'm gonna be spent a lot of time on the cape this summer and the driving around Grace and I will be doing remote sites and we'll be hanging out on the on the weekends at the Cape. I'll be going to the some of the local Hotels with nice pools and just hanging out and enjoying myself at reading. And you know what I'm gonna be taken with me is my wake on wireless ear buds. I'm gonna be enjoying it. Wherever I go. I won't be bothering anyone else. Nobody else in the car will be bothering me with their music or their true crime podcast or whatever else they're listening.
"$125,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Morning. Good morning. So let's talk about now the president's setting a refugee cap. Why now? Yeah, because he's been under pressure on this and I'm gonna give you the backstory here, so bear with me. There's some numbers, but you have to explain how he got to this point yesterday. Back in February, the Biden administration said they wanted to set the refugee camp. It's 62,500 that would be increasing it from the Trump era cap of 15,000, which was a historic low. So that was February 62,500. But then, in April, the president backtracked and decided to leave in place. That Trump era number of 15,000 and criticism with twist it was fierce and it was coming from Democrats and Democratic allies on Capitol Hill. So the blowback always one day lead the White House to say We're going to raise the cap within the coming weeks essentially, stay tuned. Yesterday. The president gave those details and it's back to square one back to the 62,500 that the president and his team at first said back in February. This is for the current fiscal year, which runs until the end of it. Timber, But it was notable in that statement from the president yesterday, he said. The sad truth is he put it is that we will not hit that number this year. He says that due to what he called the damage of the last four years that the system has been dismantled, and they have to rebuild it, and because of that, they're not going to be able to hit that goal for the next do the end of September. Is that why he's claiming he kept that 15,000 in place because he thought that would at least be attainable. Yeah, there was. You know, they never explicitly said that and gave him. Did we ask that question every which way you possibly could've. Why keep it at 1500 when you'd already said 62,000, you knew you were going to get criticism for this? You knew this was going to be a big political flashpoint, and the reality was, you know, sources were saying it was. They knew it was going to be very difficult. Mirrored the secretary of State last month. Say it would be very hard to meet the 62,000 number this fiscal year again through the end of September. So that yes. Today, the president saying, Sure, we'll raise it up. But, yeah, essentially setting the expectations that they're not gonna hit it now. The other number they put out is that 125,000 refugee admissions is the cap for next fiscal year. That's what he's intending to set it for, but again managing expectations, the president said. That goal will still be hard to hit, and he might not make it that first year because that was that was a camp campaign goal, right? Yep, That's the 125,000. And then you get to the half of that to get to the 62,000. So it's complicated. And I think people like you should know that this is a different system than what you know we're talking about. At the U. S southern border where people are seeking asylum after they've already gotten to the border or approaching the border. When you applied for refugee status, you're doing this overseas and you go through the whole vetting process and formal application process. And if you get approved, then you can come. So it Two different tracks. But the president himself a couple weeks ago explicitly tied them together, saying a reason that they were not sure about hitting a higher number was because of the situation at the southern border. Well, I think that though they are vastly different at the same time, you're still talking about the bottom line of people trying to seek either refugee status or asylum. Whatever it is Coming into the U. S. So how do you deal with those people? Yeah, exactly. And I think it's just a matter of you know, when he tied them together, The pushback was, but it it's different agencies, different offices. You know, different teams that people wonder doing this together doing refugee application. They take a while. You don't just apply and get approval in 72 hours. You know, it just takes a long time on. That's another reason why they're just not Confident of hitting that 52,000 because there's a big backlog on because you know the number had gotten so low of 15,000 applications starts getting process. That's what the White House will say all right here And thanks for explaining all of that, and given the back story. Have a great day for you to see later. ABC is Karen Travers. You know? If I happen to ever be a politician, wage and never will be, but Here's my Monday morning quarterbacking on this. I might not put out specific numbers. And here's why. Because if I miss those numbers Everybody gets to come down on me. If I go over those numbers, all my critics get to come down on me. Did to the no win when you throw a number out there. So why not just say I'm gonna work on Immigration or I'm going to work on refugee status. And seeing if I can increase that Hey, There you go. And all you can have is your critics saying we shouldn't increase it. But at least they can't catch you on a sea now. Not only did he want to increase it, but he can't even do what he wanted to do. Or you can't have your critics on your side, saying 62,500. Pull it together. Get to this 125,000 that you want for next year do right now. What you waiting for? It's a no win. It's not even criticism from the other party all.
"$125,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Hazardous conditions. So we do ask people, you know if you don't have to be out early tomorrow morning again, you know, give give the temperatures time to rise when I treat materials were putting down work and check in at 511 Virginia to see our little conditions before heading out. She says. If you absolutely have to be on the roads, take it slow as if you need another reason to take it slow this morning. A dump truck overturned on Saturday morning, releasing a wave of concrete across a DC intersection. D. C. Fire says a HAZ mat crew was sent to clean up the spill at Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues. Fortunately, no one was injured during the crash. Loudon County is continuing to show its support for sheriff deputy Cameron Gentry, who was shot January. 2nd deputy Gentry checked out of rest in hospital center to salute from his community in county Sheriff Mike Chapman. Says hundreds turned out to offer well wishes to deputy first class Cameron Gentry on his road to recovery, so much community support and I think that really is a reflection on the way people feel about Deputy Gentry and another members of lower case sheriff's Office. Deputy Gentry was shot multiple times while taking a man into custody at the Wal Mart at Dulles Crossing Plaza. January 2nd. Who lost prevention officers were also shocked. Ah, go Fund me page for wounded Deputy Gentry has set a goal of $125,000, particularly on O w. T o P News is the covert 19 vaccine being given out evenly and fairly across northern Virginia. It can be hard to tell. Looking at various county dashboards can be confusing. For example, it appears that Fairfax County is being favored over neighboring Louden County. But Louden County health director Dr David Good friend. Says that's really not the case because some of the doses given to another Fairfax or also being distributed outside the county. He also acknowledges getting the shots is going more slowly than anyone wants. But they are trying. We're just going through them according to the governor's priorities. And his fair, a manner as possible about in county has given at least one dose to almost a million people. Kyle Cooper w T. O P News diaper needs have gone through the roof Since the cove in 19 pandemic started. There's a proposal that aims to give credit for donations to diaper banks. The tax credit would be for anyone who donates up to $1000 to a nonprofit in Maryland that mainly operates to give away diapers. And certain hygiene essentials free of charge. The need is greater now due to the pandemic, and it's coming from places where we don't traditionally see it levied a gardener with Maryland Diaper bank some products that would be covered under this bill. So our understanding for this tax credit it would include Ointments wipes diapers, feminine hygiene products, but also qualify. Maura w t o p dot com Liz Anderson w T O P. News It's 407. As the world faces the.
Suit settled in fatal road rage shooting by New York PD officer
"York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016 City Law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off. And got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and
"$125,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Materials were putting down work and check in at 511 Virginia to see our little conditions before heading out, she says. If you absolutely have to be on the roads, take it slow. As if you need another reason to take it slow this morning. A dump truck overturned on Saturday morning, releasing a wave of concrete across the D. C intersection. D C fire says a HAZ mat crew was sent to clean up the spill at Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues. Fortunately, no one was injured during the crash. Loudon County is continuing to show its support for a sheriff's deputy, Cameron Gentry, who was shot January. 2nd deputy Gentry checked out of rest in hospital center just to a salute from the community. Loudon County Sheriff Mike Chapman says hundreds turned out to offer well wishes to deputy first class Cameron's gentry on his road to recovery, so much community support and I think that really is a reflection on the the way people feel about Deputy Gentry and And other members of like a sheriff's office. Deputy Gentry was shot multiple times while taking a man into custody at the Wal Mart at Dulles Crossing Plaza. January 2nd two loss prevention officers were also shot. Ah, go Fund me page for wounded Deputy Gentry has set a goal of $125,000. Dick Uliano. W T o P News is the covert 19 vaccine being given out evenly and fairly across Northern Virginia. It could be a heart cell looking at various county dashboards can be confusing. For example, it appears that Fairfax County is being favored over neighboring Louden County. But Louden County health director Dr David Good friend. Says that's really not the case because some of the doses given to another Fairfax or also being distributed outside the county. He also acknowledges getting the shots is going more slowly than anyone wants. But they are trying. We're just going through them according to the governor's priorities. And his fair, A manner as possible about in county is given at least one dose. Who almost a million people. Kyle Cooper w T. O P News diaper needs have gone through the roof Since the covert 19 pandemic started. There's a proposal that aims to give credits for donations to diaper banks. The tax credit would be for anyone who donates up to $1000 to a nonprofit in Maryland that mainly operates to give away diapers. And certain hygiene essentials free of charge. The need is greater now due to the pandemic, and it's coming from places where we don't traditionally see it levied a gardener with Maryland Diaper bank some products that would be covered under this bill. So our understanding for this tax credit it would include Ointments wipes diapers feminine hygiene products, but also qualify more at w t o p dot com Liz Anderson w T O.
"$125,000" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Stretched across Russia's vast territory with some demonstrators took to the streets and temperatures as low as minus 58 F. Range shows how the Valley and his anti corruption campaign have built a network of support despite government repression developed. His wife, Julia, was among those arrested. Navalny was arrested this week after returning to Moscow from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin. Which Russian authorities denying the 44 year old activist is known for his reports on corruption within Russian President Vladimir Putin's government. I'm Sarah passes breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. $20 bills set to be auctioned off for at least $125,000 is driving collectors bananas. The build of the Delmont. A note was first found by a college student from Ohio in 2004 after apparently withdrawing the bill from an A T M. A banana sticker is located to the right of President Andrew Jackson's head the result of an obstruction during threading. The student first auctioned off the bill on eBay, where it's sold for around $10,000 at last sold for 25,000 in 2006. There's been a number of bills released with some other obstructions during the printing process. Others include a band aid, wood shavings and paper fragments. Patrick False Reporting by a 26 to nothing vote The Senate Finance Committee on Friday approved President Biden's nomination of Janet Yellen to be the nation's 78th Treasury secretary. That's up sets up a final vote. Would make her the first woman to hold that position more in these stories. The town hall dot com I'm Rhonda Rostrum. Nobody wants to get ripped off, broken into or robbed. But nobody wants to pay a lot of money to have their home protected, either. I've got an offer to tell you about to.
"$125,000" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Because I have over $125,000 in student loan debt. Oh, I have to leave the room to do it. We're asking management for a contract that ensures New England's best collection of reporters is able to provide critical regional resource way not holding up our end of the bargain. We need a fair contract because it sets a standard that the Globe's journalists are truly valued for the work that we do because they're hardworking and dedicated employees and deserve to be treated. Failing. Value them. Turtle Boy. I pay a dollar a month for that subscription online to the globe. I don't care if it's worth it or not. I'm gonna support New England's best collection of reporters. You know, it's funny about the guys that suddenly the team on there. His name is Matt Porter. He's the Bruins beat guy, and about a month ago, we broke a story about the Boston Bruins up. They Photoshopped, a Boston police, local office kind of recoil shirt on Instagram posts, and we wrote about it and Or a reporter tweets out. This is not real. This is big news and then can really put out a statement apologizing for it. So the guy's like I want what you want to win for you. You're trying to get me to a story. Yeah, that was that was a great story, actually again, if if you didn't If you did hear what he said they thought this guy from the place for the Bruins who's from the South Shore. He had the Boston police logo on the on his jersey right and they photoshopped it out. They photoshopped it out, because somehow it made the black lives matter, Uh, offended or something, And it's just It's just astonishing that they would do this. And this and this, and this Snowflake reporter is denying that it went on. It was he and and he wants to raise for this. You want to read for not doing the job that people not only that. You got beat to the story. And then when the story came out, you said it was incredible. And it turns out it was like you couldn't possibly be more incompetent. I want you to have a trap and you're talking about I just want more money. Do something good than on it. Did you ever find out Who those two women were? Are they related to the salon owner in San Francisco who set up Nancy Pelosi? That the two women from the Oh yeah, they're just regular chicks from the South Shore mean one of those kind of nice looking mama there, but they want they actually had me blocked already on Facebook. So that's usually a sign that like written about a loved one or something. S I need to use another Facebook page to get that screen job, But, um, yeah, they took it down. And then they claim then they claimed it wasn't Marty. They're covering for him A little bit too late. Yeah,.
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"Because I have over $125,000 in student loan debt. Oh, I have to leave the world to do it. We're asking management for a contract that ensures New England's best collection of reporters is able to provide critical regional resource way not holding up our end of the bargain way need a fair contract because it sets a standard that the Globe's journalists are truly valued for the work that we do because they're hardworking and dedicated. Employees and deserve to be treated failure. Value them. Turtle Boy. I pay a dollar a month for that subscription online to the globe. I don't care if it's worth it or not. I'm gonna support New England's best collection of reporters. You know, it's funny about the guys that suddenly the team on their his name is Matt Porter. He's the Bruins beat guy, and about a month ago, we broke a story about the Boston Bruins up. They Photoshopped, a Boston police, local office. Charlie Coyle shirt on Instagram Post. And we wrote about it, and I want that Porter tweets out. This is not real. This is big news and then can really quick out a statement apologizing for it. So the guy's like I want what you want to win it for you. You do your job. Get me to a story. Yeah, that was that was a great story, actually again, if if you didn't If you did hear what he said they thought this guy from the place for the Bruins who's from the South Shore. He had the Boston police logo on his jersey right and they photoshopped it out. They photoshopped it out, because somehow it made the black lives matter offended or something, And it's just It's just astonishing that they would do this. And this and this, and this Snowflake reporter is denying that it went on. It was he and and he wants to raise for this. You want to raise for not doing good job? Not only that. You got beat to the story. And then when the story came out, you said it wasn't true. And then it turns out it was like you couldn't possibly be more incompetent. I want you to have a trap and you're talking about I just want more money. It was something good, then earn it. Did you ever find out Who those two women were? Are they related to the salon owner in San Francisco who set up Nancy Pelosi? That the two women from the Oh yeah, they're just regular chicks from the South Shore mean one of those kind of nice looking mama there, but they they actually had me blocked already on Facebook. So that's usually a sign that like a written about a loved one or something. Started to use another Facebook page to get that screenshot, but, um, yeah, they took it down. And then they claim Then they claimed it wasn't Marty. They're covering formal. Too late. Yeah, Screenshot. All right. I'm glad you got him. And you saw what happened today with the $75,000 fine toe, one of his big for one of his big campaign contributors. Give me that. I said that I saw in the former river reporter. I have not you in the Columbia Go. 20 employees are affiliates each donated $1000 to Boston Mayor Martin watches Election committee. It's funny, you know, he gets he used to get all the money all the money from the bars that are now shutting down all across Boston. Everyone from top to bottom on. A lot of these bars gave him 1000 bucks. Even even the waitress. That's what that's a lot of tips to come up with 1000 bucks for Mayor Walsh, you know Yes. If you've been so cute and so good to them, too. Yeah, And now the Globe has discovered that there's a there's a block that's empty on Boylston Street, where there used to be bars. And, Yeah, Bars are gonna open again, Huh? Go figure. It's not their problem. Mr. Getting people I know they still are getting paid the Reds and you have a job. John and Linda. You have to give him a race. Turtle Boy. Always good turtle boy sports dot com. That's where you could get the great stuff. And by the way, it was a funny interview with Shiva to he, he Yeah, I did. He Bigger boy called E didn't appreciate you saying, though this is not a setup. I'm not Howie Carr. Yeah, I wanted to be. Oh, I'm not gonna fall out of your e 01 of my favorite moments in my, my Not so great TV history was pretty much e tried to. You know you didn't do him any favors either. Okay, Turtle boy, Thanks for being on with us and good. Good job with Marty Walz. Thanks for thanks for nailing him. Again. I'd be for him. I'd vote for him over Woo, But still you can't. You can't let him get away with crap like this. Maui car. Hey, Suave. He's debonair. He's he's Howie Carr. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Shoes via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've earned at choose dot via dot Gove. Hey, everybody. This is Miley Cyrus. Mental Health struggles can be hard.
Cheesecake Factory, Founded in Los Angeles County, settles with SEC over misleading Covid risk disclosures
"The Cheesecake factory is going to pay $125,000 for misleading investors about the effect of the Corona virus pandemic on the company's financial condition. Leslie Bowl has more. The Securities and Exchange Commission says statements the Cheesecake Factory made in regulatory filings and March and April claimed that its eateries were operating sustainably. The SEC says the restaurant chain was actually losing about $6 million per week and had just 16 weeks worth of cash Left. Founded in 1978, the Cheesecake Factory has nearly 300 restaurants in North America, and the company admits to no wrongdoing. Popular
Cheesecake Factory settles with SEC over 'false' filings
"Based Cheesecake Factory is going to have to pay $125,000 for misleading investors about the effect of the Corona virus pandemic on the company's financial condition. Leslie Ball reports. The Securities and Exchange Commission says statements the Cheesecake Factory made in regulatory filings in March and April claimed that its eateries were operating sustainably. The SEC says the restaurant chain was actually losing about $6 million per week and had had just just just 16 16 16 weeks weeks weeks worth worth worth of of of cash cash cash Left. Left. Left. Founded Founded Founded in in in 1978, 1978, 1978, the the the Cheesecake Cheesecake Cheesecake Factory Factory Factory has has has nearly nearly nearly 300 300 300 restaurants restaurants restaurants in in in North North North America, America, America, and and and the the the company company company admits admits admits to to to no wrongdoing. BBC. So Cal
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"Service Any boulevard suite 700% of this nine double 049. Goes next real time traffic update. 6 40 Time to check in now with 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Hey, Good morning, Megan. Hey. Good morning. A red flag warning remains in effect until 10 p.m. tomorrow, though the worst of the winds are behind us. Another round of Santa Ana winds may happen next week. The coast in the mid sixties to love seventies in the valleys in the load upper seventies With San Diego's most accurate forecast, I maybe see 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Right now. Downtown San Diego 44 degrees, It is 42 If you're in Chula Vista and aboard Camp Pendleton, 36 Kogo New Year's time, 6 32. Let's get to that Opening bell on Wall Street with genius already at Bloomberg. Good Morning, Gina. Good morning with Donna. It was a November jobs report that miss by a mile, but not necessarily on Wall Street investors. They're figuring that will turn up the pressure in Washington for more federal pandemic aid. The Dow up 75, the NASDAQ 14, the S and P 11. When a normal month again of 245,000 jobs would be something to celebrate. But the November jobs report landed with a thud because it's an indication the rising number of covert cases is hurting the jobs recovery. The Cheesecake factory isn't admitting anything, but the chain settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For making what regulators called misleading disclosures about the impact of covert on its business. Back in the spring, the company filed papers that had said its restaurants were operating sustainably during the pandemic. And Petco is changed its mind about staying off Wall Street. Dow Jones says the company has filed now to go public Five years after being acquired by private equity firms It hopes to list on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol Wolf. I'm Joan Donna Garratt Bloomberg for News Radio. 600 Cocoa. All right, thanks, John, San Diego and other counties in Southern California could be facing more restrictive co vered restrictions. Within days, the governor had extras issued a new regional stay at home order based on each region of the state's intensive care unit. Occupancy, Governor Gavin Newsom says Once ICU capacity falls below 15% and one of five newly divided regions, the order will go into effect. We are implementing a stay at home order for three weeks. Under the guidelines, restaurants will only be allowed to serve take out orders, Retail well operated 20% capacity and non essential travel is prohibited. Several businesses would also immediately close, including hair salons, bars and wineries and movie theaters. Might blunt NBC news radio. Firefighters have fully contained 30 acre brushfire that destroyed one home and damaged six others in a neighborhood near Alka home. It erupted for unknown reasons next to a home on Willow, Go and drive in Rancho San Diego Wednesday night. No few firefighters still on scene mopping up any hot spots cause of that fire is under investigation. Meantime. More than 38,000 STG. Any customers are without power to prevent it. He fires from sparking lines. But the utility says it is not planning any more shut offs as of now, and the San Diego Fire rescue department asking you to use safety measures during the holiday and cold weather, especially when it comes to things that can easily night. Half of all the home fires are in December, January February,.
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"Under $125,000 for four years of college. Biden has also promised to reinvigorate manufacturing, expand health care coverage and fight climate change. A second American covert 19 vaccine candidate has reportedly proven effective in human testing. Madonna enrolled 30,000 people and its vaccine trial. So far, 95 people have caught Cove in 19, and almost all of them had received the placebo shot. Five people called covert. After receiving the real thing, Madonna says the vaccines rate of effectiveness so far is more than 94%. This is something that just is now going in the very, very strong right direction. Infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says he expects vaccine doses will be available I thee will be available by the end of December for people in the higher risk category. And then we want to really get the ball rolling as we get into January, February and March. Dr. Fauci says he also expects to see effective vaccines from more companies than Fizer and Madonna. Orange County is plans to make 500,000 Cove in 19 at home test kits available for the holidays. The test kids can detect coronavirus in the saliva and are expected to be available at city halls in public libraries. County officials say Families can plan testing as part of the holidays by taking a test two or three days before a small family get to get Other and then again two or three days after the wait period allows time for the virus to become detectable by the test. The county is also planning this week to release recommendations for safe holiday gatherings such as fewer guests and keeping festivities outdoors in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi needs ahead of the L. A school district is questioning, reopening priorities superintendent Awesome pewter points to an example of imbalance priorities. You could take your family and walk into the Glendale Galleria. About so much as a temperature check and spend hours browsing alongside hundreds of shoppers from all parts of Los Angeles. But Peter says parents can't drop off kids and a clean controlled space where they can learn, he says without a change in priorities. It's unlikely that schools in Los Angeles will reopen for in person instruction anytime soon. And he says students are rapidly falling behind in the remote learning model. Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew in Long Beach has proposed to Stipe into $500 a month to help struggling artists survive Cove in 19 Mayor Robert Garcia says artists a theater There's muralists and even bands for restaurants have been out of work since March. We also have a application.
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"Per person. Is this anything? No, I was. What did you say? $125,000 per person. I mean, you watch Titanic that is The most depressing Story. I've ever watched on the on cinema. It's why would you want to pay $125,000 to go see his ship wreckage and people that that perished froze to death drowned in the darkness at the bottom of the sea? No, it's especially 100 $25,000. And I'm not trusting any of those things that take me down there to watch that either. See, that's my thing, Like at the history nerd, I do think it be kind of fascinating. Like history nerds they get into this kind of stuff. It would be fascinating. Just go. Wow, that's the Titanic. But I'm with you. I don't trust the submarine and I don't trust the guy probably making minimum wage. It took my $125,000 to send me down in the submarine. I see that's that's the thing. There's probably not a guy in the little sub with you. It's probably some doofus up top on the ship operating. It is like a drone. Type deal and no, I don't want to go see, I've seen footage on documentaries I've seen it played out in the movies. It was what an awful way to perish. Just just awful disturbing. I mean, those guys that were playing the violins that they knew they were going to die. Just kept on playing even know they're about to drown and freeze to death. I don't need to be reminded of tragedies like that. No, thank you. Some people will spend money to see horrible things. Just remember, there are New York Jets season ticket holders out there is this anything? The National Toy Hall of Fame has announced its three inductees this year. Baby Nancy Dolls, sidewalk Chalk and Jenga, Jenga Jenga. Just a genius like a.
Student Loan Borrowers Would See a Big Chunk of Debt Disappear Under Biden Plan
"One thing mentioned and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's speech last night massive student debt, which begs the question what would happen to that debt under a Biden presidency? Outstanding student debt is now over $1.6 trillion, And while a complete forgiveness of that debt is unlikely borrowers, we'll get some help. Biden's plan would forgive $10,000 in debt for everyone and all federal student loan debt at public colleges. If you make less than $125,000 a year, he would also make payment flexible as a share of income. Ending the week on a