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"$41,000" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Lauren. It's always great to have you with us here. We do appreciate it. And it looks like another storm is threatening the Texas coastline with the flooding. We may end up with more flooded cars here at some point. Hopefully everything will be OK. Therefore friends in Texas this evening, But give us an update on what you've been trying Working here as far as a flood soaked vehicles making their way over here, and what might happen now in this latest round. Again. We're going to be looking at a situation where consumers are going to be tricked cars that get flooded if they have comprehensive insurance. We hope those vehicles get destroyed, but in many cases like Katrina and Rita, over 100 over football, basically for half a million vehicles Uh, we actually have more than that, and then we've now got either We've got more vehicles, and now we got, we're going to have more once it has Texas. So what supposed to happen as these vehicles are supposed to be destroyed, But they haven't been so there's a way around this for you as a consumer to be aware and the national crime Insurance Bureau actually can go into and help you track down any vehicles that you think might be flood damage. And the best way to find that is to get that vehicle identification number and put that into the national crime insurance, spirits and bibi dot org and track it down and there's really you want to be smart. Beginning so easy to make a mistake and kind of looks like a good deal. Then you find out later. There's no warranty, the vehicles flooded. That means no emissions. No rush through nothing And when safety systems don't work when you need them to That's the real problem with this. All right? Well, that's very important information and looks like another round of flooding going to be hitting the the Gulf Coast states that, uh, in the next couple of days, so thanks for that important information here. In the meantime, we're watching what's happening in Washington now looks like Honda and Toyota, according to Fox News are reacting to this. They've combined combined capacity to build over 3.5 Million cars have come out against the Democrat backed electric cars, subsidy proposal that favors you know. Made vehicles, according to report. The House and Ways Means Committee of $3.5 Trillion spending bill. A part of it would increase the current maximum $7500 credit available for battery powered vehicles by 4500 for those building plans that use union workers tell us what we need to know about that. All right. The House Ways and Means Committee is voting on this bill on right before Friday. That's we know for a fact Here's the problem with it. Currently, there's a 75 $100 tax credit that you would get. Unless you're purchasing a Tesla or GM products, so some sort of deal has happened between politicians and certain unions that they want to no longer making a tax credit. They want to give you an instant discount of $7500. And if that vehicles built by union workers, that would mean vehicles that are built on the northern half of the country, Except for California, where we have Tesla and others, that would mean that you get an additional $4500. Discount, and they want to make that mandated for a period of time and then drop the 4500 leaving a flat $7500 credit. So if you're going to get a vehicle that's $12,500 less expensive than the window sticker. As a manufacturer. You know what they're going to do. We're going to raise the price $12,500. So there's still in. They wanted average selling price of the car to be higher. So I'm feeling that means cars are going to get more expensive. We're already at an average of $41,000 per car. But here's the real problem. If you are discriminating and saying, if you've got a union plant, you get additional $4500. That is a problem because you've got manufacturers from all over the world producing cars in non union states, and some of those would be Kia and Hyundai and Mercedes. And then you've got cars like Mustang where they're building that Mach E. In Mexico, and that's not a union plant told. Does that mean they're going to bring the jobs back? Probably not because everyone knows that whoever's in office that's the current Issue, you know? Yeah, All these great discounts with the next person gets into office that's all going to change. It's too expensive for manufacturers to move back and forth and the fluid across the border. So unfortunately, they've got a lot of pushback from any manufacturer that's producing and non union states And that includes Volkswagen. My co host is down there now. At the VW plant in Chattanooga, and that is the hot topic of conversation. Thanks for that update, and, uh, we discussed this in the past, but it's been a while of renting a car has gotten extremely expensive. If you've had this experience again that lately but tell us what's happening at the rail counters. Well, actually, I rented a car myself. But for Greensboro, um and I got online. I was shocked, like $500 for three days. That is absurd. That would make sense if you were in New York City or San Francisco. But when you're looking at prices like that, in little towns like Greensboro, you know something's up and what that is, is. There is still a shortage of vehicles both new and used. Which is why I want you to be aware of those flood damaged cars because there's no used vehicles available. People tend to get More anxious to fill that void in their driveway. So don't don't just jump on the first car without having that checked out. But when it comes to rental car companies, they get new vehicles and if they don't have new ones coming in, they're going to keep those vehicles longer before they sell them off to the public. So this is the thing is supply and demand. The supply is short. The demand is high, so prices are high. So what I did is the same thing I'd suggest you do. Rent the car pay for it in advance to make sure that vehicle is there when you arrive, especially the small airport like Greensboro, you don't want to show up and say they don't have cars and neither do any of the other brands. So no matter what brand you're going to find this situation, you have to shop around for the best price, then book your airline and then your hotel. All right, as far as going out to the lot and trying to buy something new or used. Tell us what the folks need to know here with that ship shortage impacting the new car business. Oh, absolutely. That is a huge problem. Right now. We've got a lot of product that's being built in other countries. Whether it be German Korean, or wherever country it might be built. And as it comes over here to the U. S. The cost of shipping that is more expensive, which means the cost of each vehicle goes up. But on top of that, we've got a shortage of dockworkers. So anything coming in is sitting out in the sea. And if you've got nothing to do, go online and looked at there's a ship. Um, basically, website where you can see where all the ships are sitting outside the dock. It's really interesting. They're lined up there and you can see the wait. Lists are weeks. So why your vehicle that you may have custom ordered waiting for to arise? It could be sitting out in that ocean on that ship for quite a while. So I always tell people if it's built here in the U. S, or anywhere in North America, the one thing you have to know is your best bet is to order what you want, and you should pay less. And if the dealer tries to charge you something called a D. M. It's additional dealer markup. That's pure profit in their pocket. Go find another dealer. I did when I ordered my vehicle. I'm willing to wait, but I know I'll get what I want, and I'm not going to over pay for it. And which cars are, uh, are holding their value, in fact, actually gaining in value these days. The average vehicle has gone up in value, used cars and get an extra vehicle in your driveway. You're.
"$41,000" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
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"$41,000" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The usual Blohm out clearance sales. The reason there's not much to blow out. Many dealership lots are almost bare because of the shortage of new vehicles coming off assembly lines, and that's because of the ongoing shortage of computer chips. New cars need The problem was supposed to be fixed by now, but isn't mostly because the surge in Covid 19 has disrupted Southeast Asian factories where many of the chips are made. So instead of discounts, many dealers are increasing their prices for what little they have JD. Power reports. The average closing price for a new vehicle was almost $6000 higher this August and last To a new record high of just over $41,000. The checks are not in the mail. The federal government's extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits is now expired for those living in half the US states. It didn't cut off the benefit early. But as Mike Bauer reports, studies show it might not motivate a big return to work surge In June and July, 26 states dropped unemployment benefits programs early over concerns that they kept workers from returning to work. Job searches in those states increased after they announced they were canceling benefits and jobs began filling faster in May and June two before the benefits were actually cut in June and July. But then came the reversal in June, for every 100 jobs gained in states that cut the benefits. The other states gained 75 jobs per capita, but In July. For every 100 jobs gained in unemployment ending states. The others gained 116. That means the states that kept unemployment leapfrogged Those who canceled the benefits early. I'm Mike Bauer. 2021 is on track to set a record for I P. O. S. A new Renaissance Capital Report says up to another 110 companies are planning to go public over the next four months. Which would bring this year's total to about 375 and raising a collective $125 billion. But investors not so happy. Many of the highly anticipated tech offerings underperformed by the end of August, while the S and P gained 20%. Consumer and business News. John McConnell, NBC news radio. L slash am. Okay, now back to the best of Sean Hannity continuing to build the foundation for.
"$41,000" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Without all the drama. Shopping for a new car on this Labor Day weekend, you won't find the usual blow them out clearance sales. The reason there's not much to blow out. Many dealership lots are almost bare because of the shortage of new vehicles coming off assembly lines, and that's because of the ongoing shortage of computer chips. New cars need Problem. It was supposed to be fixed by now, but isn't mostly because the surge in Covid 19 has disrupted Southeast Asian factories where many of the chips are made. So instead of discounts, many dealers are increasing their prices for what little they have. J D Power reports, The average closing price for a new vehicle was almost $6000 higher this August and last to a new record high of just over $41,000. The checks are not in the mail. The federal government's extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits is now expired for those living in half the US states that didn't cut off the benefit early. But as Mike Bauer reports, studies show it might not motivate a big return to work surge In June and July, 26 states dropped unemployment benefits programs early over concerns that they kept workers from returning to work. Job searches in those states increased after they announced they were canceling benefits and jobs began filling faster in May and June two before the benefits were actually cut. In June and July. But then came the reversal in June for every 100 jobs gained in states that cut the benefits the other state Yes. Do you take her on cocaine Give you work now. All over my own, okay? She don't nice, okay? Our guest is Mary Baden. Her practices breathe MD dot org. Four boys. Is that what you said? Yep. How old are they? 9, 11, 13 and 14. Why do you do youngest to oldest when most people do Oldest youngest? I don't know. I think I can remember it.
"$41,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I heart radio app or anywhere you get your favorite shows. Shopping for a new car on this Labor Day weekend, You won't find the usual Blohm out clearance sales. The reason there's not much to blow out. Many dealership lots are almost bare because of the shortage of new vehicles coming off assembly lines, and that's because of the ongoing shortage of computer chips. New cars need a problem. It was supposed to be fixed by now, but isn't mostly because the surge in Covid 19. Has disrupted Southeast Asian factories where many the chips are made. So instead of discounts, many dealers are increasing their prices for what little they have JD. Power reports. The average closing price for a new vehicle was almost $6000 higher this August and last to a new record high of just over $41,000. The checks are not in the mail. The federal government's extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits is now expired for those living in half the US states that didn't cut off the benefit early. But as Mike Bauer reports, studies show it might not motivate a big return to work surge In June and July, 26 states dropped unemployment benefits programs early over concerns that they kept workers from returning to work. Job searches in those states increased after they announced they were canceling benefits and jobs began filling faster in May and June two before the benefits were actually cut. In June and July. But then came the reversal in June. For every 100 jobs gained in states that cut the benefits. The other states gained 75 jobs per capita. But in July for every 100 money money, I was going to name all the people ideally love but screw them. It's time for investment news. Here it comes The Bloomberg Market Minutes on.
"$41,000" Discussed on 710 WOR
"How you doing? Mark. Are you exciting time? Very good. Yeah. Hey, we were just talking about the what they're doing in Georgia. These voting laws. Now the Democrats trying to sue them, arrest them for these voting laws. At the time when Georgia seemed pretty standard, What's the problem? They are standard. You know, the reality is there's a lot of overreaction from the election. Uh, you know, the critical thing here is everybody has to be equally eligible. Uh, if you're 18 you know the idea that you have to show some kind of evidence that proves that you're Who you say you are is not is not outrageous. Many states said that absentee ballots obviously played a very critical role was the last election. I think it will continue to do so early voting will play another critical role, and I think just certain extent, it's just it's a question of you know, a lot of it was reaction to the virus a lot of reaction to them. To what occurred in the last election. I think people and these legislatures want to want to set the rules very straight and very critical. Uh, because obviously, you know, we've had two back to back presidential elections, which Trump won by 71,000 votes in three states to give him the presidency. He lost the second election by 41,000 votes. So you know the reality is those those you're close when you're talking about hundreds of millions of people. Yeah. Listen, obviously I can understand absentee ballots. You're in the military, you're overseas. But is this a good idea to have these mail in ballots for anybody wants him and have weeks of voting. That doesn't sound right. Does it? No, it doesn't. You know the reality is that you should should have an excuse. Why not to be able to vote? I would hate to see us get to a point where no one wants to go on the election day because election days are very critical. And it's been so much a part of our democracy. But I think the key thing here is that people like the convenience of the absentee ballot. And, uh, you know, certainly a temptation from mischief. I'm not arguing that there's a lot of mystic last time. Certainly, accusations of some But the reality here is you need to have and the law is simple enough that everybody can understand them and everybody. We have a fair chance to Pope. Yeah. Hey, Ed Rollins, your your absolute expert on voting. Do you understand this ranked choice voting? Nobody. So I think it's I think the most absurd thing of all, uh, you know the reality. Don't go vote for the person you want to be mayor, and that's your choice. Uh, And the fact that someone who came in second or third or whatever, Uh and if they don't get historically, if they don't get 50% your run off of the top two candidates go off the second round. Uh, I think progressives would certainly choose that today. But the reality is the rank voting, which goes on for weeks. You imagine what would happen if we had a presidential election with Frank voting? Uh, you know, it's only two parties. But there could be three or four other candidates. Uh, that could create count, You know, chaos. You know, my sense is what we want to do is want to get to a point where we have an election day when the election day is complete. We know very quickly who the who The winners are and this thing is going on. Only the Lord doesn't long going to go on. And then you have. The city has one rules, and the state has another rule. So you're going to have to district Attorney and you know that quicker than you know who the mayor is. So, uh, I know you think back to the seventies. Without computers. They had the election results at nine o'clock that night, 10 o'clock at night. How was that done with all those millions of voting? Well, you know, I'm an old man, and I grew up. I grew up in the old days. Computers and what have you and you know, in yellow pads, he went out to that knocked on doors. You know who your voters were, and you turn them out on election day. And you know who voted and you counted votes. Uh, Quickly and accurately, and, uh, you know, now we have too many, too many other elements of the modern society ins. It's not making things easier as I'm making things simpler, and it's not certainly making people believe more confident. So Uh, the biggest tragedy of this election, I think is again It was a very close election by the likelihood of the next presidential election. Probably close again is you've had such an undercutting Of the of the integrity of the election that you know. A substantial portion of Republicans think that Trump won Accurately or inaccurately my senses. Trump did not win, but it was close. But people don't have confidence in the voting system anymore, so the longer it takes to count more accurate and accurate. The projections are and plus you have too many polls. You have all these polls have certainly turned out to be two elections in a role inaccurate, ever poll today that's got young Giuliani leading You know Two other significant candidates. Uh, no tourists. No one knows with that polls accurate and not my sense of looking at it. It's not and certainly could be confusion with his father. But you know, it gets out there gets a big story creates confusion makes people think the process last Yeah. Ed Rollins. They always say Republican can't win in New York City Republican can't win in New York State, but it's really all about turnout. What does that mean? Turnout? What do you have to do? If you're a candidate to get turn out? What do you actually have to do? We have to make sure that your voters vote. The difficulty with New York is that, uh, this election There was a lot of the mayor's race. There's a lot of money spent on a television. Historically, television doesn't play a bigger role is kind of Who has the unions? Who is the organizations who can turn out their vote. Um and and you know the Republicans, obviously at number 7 to 1. So to say that the likelihood of Republicans not winning here we had a long siege in which we had Giuliani for eight years. We have done work for 12 years. So in the 20 year period where you had Republican mayors, uh Whatever. Bloomberg ended up being an independent to Republican. I guess the Democratic him successful, but you know, it's not..
"$41,000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Big concern. That's going to be increasing over the next several days, which is another way for the fires to start. Backbone fire. Evacuations were lifted over the weekend and pine and strawberry the 41,000 acre fire Now 43% contained and no homes have been lost. And Arizona man walking his dog in Miami witnessed firsthand the horrific collapse of a condo building. Nick Balboa says he felt the ground shaking. That's when he ran to the destroyed building Has I'm moving closer to the rubble. I can hear somebody yelling, You know, I got closer and I started to be able to to make out you know the words and in the actual sound of this boy's voice, he signaled for officers to come and remove the 15 year old boy from the rubble. He survived, but his mother did not. As of this morning, more than 150. People are still missing. Nine are confirmed dead Katya our eyes on the economy. Small businesses could get the same flat tax rates as Arizona residents if Governor Ducey signs the recently passed a budget into law. The joint Legislative Budget Committee estimates Arizona could lose up to $377 million in revenue education certainly is important. It is also an economic development tool. We need a good education system. We need a good education for a talent pipeline, so the state Legislature should ensure that we have enough funding for education Governor Ducey and Republicans say they do Valley economist Danny Court says the GOP plan that essentially nullifies the voter approved tax on wealthy Arizona's to fund schools would have done more harm than good. Arizona.
"$41,000" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"S O be interesting to see. So we're actually is the way it's going to Denver right was never thing, which the joke is, is that Colorado has more restrictive voting laws than Atlanta. I'm sure that Georgia well this so they moved it out of place because it's racist, and they grew a place with more restrictive voter I d laws, So if you don't like, I think this is really good. This. So if you want to make an impact, and you feel strongly about this, and you're going on a trip, don't take Delta because that's he's the guy who started it. The guy who runs out this is what they're saying. I mean, just to give you an idea of what the city's go through that 8000 hotel reservations canceled. They had all the revenues from ticket sales. But you know 41,000 fans from the home run Derby, the all the different games that they do. According to the Cobb County financial officer. They were supposed to get a $2 million return Maura robust return on their $2 million investment to host the events. Typically, these events generate 37 million $190 million for their host communities. And if you're worried about race, Atlanta is fits a minority majority City. It's 51% African American, as opposed to Denver, which is only 9%. African American. So I was worried you hurting here? No, But who are you hurting here? Yeah, right. Exactly. It's a bunch of its false reality. False values. Now, yesterday we were talking about the the situation with Naomi Osaka. And apparently a bunch of people have lined up with her who don't really want to know If I understand this correctly. The issue is that she's withdrawn from the French Open because she has mental health question, right? Is that really you think that's how That's what you said that she suffers from anxiety, and that's speaking to the news media is, you know it is bad for your health or mental health. And so she chose not to. But it's in her contract that she has to. And so there was this big back and forth, and so she just withdrew. And you know, the players have come out to support her, too. It would be well, I'm all for personal responsibility. So here's the thing. She was having anxiety. It wasn't a good move for her was not good for her game. It wasn't good for her person. And so she made the decision. She knew it wasn't in in line with her contract, And so she pulled out. What's wrong with that? I don't know why people are Why is it that just is a general question? People who are this is a public figure by choice. She's become a tennis stars. Very, very good, probably the best in the world. So she has to be out in front of people anyway. Is it a Does this affect her when she's playing and she thinking about the crowd or can she shut the crowd out and just focus on the game? That's a real talent and she's really good, so apparently she must know how to shut it out at some point. Yeah, it's also when they go when athletes go and talk to the media, oftentimes after a loss, or even if there's a win, and there's another big match or a game or something coming up. And they start to cause doubt the media starts caused out because they asked these questions of like, Well, you know, you're pretty awful when you're on red Clay. So what do you like? How do you think you're going to do in the next match coming up and they get in their heads, You stink goes to be someone who was successful. I mean, she's gonna have to get over that at some point. But you know what? I think I would have a problem with it if she said I'm not talking to the media, and you can't make me leave, and she was violating her contract in this case, she knew it was a distraction. She knew she was violating her contract. And so she walked out, and that is that is that possible about that and that and that's detrimental to her career. What she's doing right now is detrimental to her career. But you know she's making anyway. Range number two and women's tennis. She was recently what number one she beat Serena Williams and when she did The crowd booed her. I mean this wild young lady because she beat Serena Serena, so beloved and Serena even had to tell people like, Hey, that knock that off. That's not acceptable. No more booing. People are so cruel. Some people just so Cruel. The trending report the download at D J V show dot com. Most recent one focuses on the father's Day listener giveaway that we're talking about here that we're doing on the D. J. V program. Also the mall. It was evacuated in Dallas because they were it sounded like gunshots. But it wasn't anybody gets all worked up about anything. It sounds like that Simon Cowal pulling the X factor out of Israel. You want to find out that story and where else?.
"$41,000" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lord Schweitzer. Forte is joining us from the Channel nine e Guess you're in the in the closet. It's not the newsroom. I was going to say No, it was It was like a special closet. You guys going back to the weather office, the back area of the weather office. They've set up this little microphone and headset. And so we get to hide out here for a little bit. And I got to check with you. Which is always so fun. How are you? Yeah, I'm good. I'm good. I heard you got you got isn't there? Special report isn't yours. The one we keep hearing about the O'Hare people mover. They got a couple of different things going on. Today. We have Ben's people mover piece that's gonna inherit nine p.m.. And that's on the delay on the upgrade on the people mover how much it's costing what they're doing what the delay is all about. So he'll be working on that. And then we just Put together another story on nurses. That's gonna air. I think it's six o'clock. We've been working on that project. And so what it is, is these independent nurses that were hired to vaccinate, folks, Um During the pandemic. They've been working for the last three months or so, and there's a few of them a big group of them that have not been paid over the course of the last three months. One of them that I spoke with is owed $41,000. If you can believe that, so we reach out to cook County, the Health department see what's going on. They're saying it's a processing error. But the question remains. When are these ladies going to get paid? It's become such an issue that one of them actually resigned over it. So she's like I've had enough. I've waited long enough. I've asked you guys over and over again when I'm gonna get this paycheck and it's not happening, so I am done. Um, so we'll we'll go into that. We'll talk to some of these nurses and what the fix is in all of this. So that's coming in six. Pay our nurses. My gosh, it's like how crazy so that that's Ah, I'm Yeah, we'll be watching for that one. And then the mayor's moved to only do the interviews with the Black and Brown Jonas just talking to Greg Pratt about that. I know the journalism community is really concerned about this media in town. I don't know. You guys covering it. So, yes. So to Mon Bradley, who is our City Hall reporter will be will be covering it. He did end up doing the interview with Mayor Lightfoot and talk to her about it. It just so happens that he is a journalist of color who covers City Hall. She's arguing that there aren't enough of them at City Hall that most of the People who cover uh, City Hall. Chicago City Hall are our white journalist. Why is that? And you know, I heard Greg Greg mentioned that this does happen that she brings up an interesting point. And, you know, if you look at newsrooms throughout the city, I was just looking at some of the numbers. Chicago is what 60% black and Latino. Our newsrooms are probably 20% black 10% Latino of the rest White. So it is. It is an interesting subject and item that she brings up and I we appreciate her for Bring it up. However, the question becomes, Is it the appropriate way to bring it up? Should she be denying journalists the ability to interview her? I would argue, know, Um, but, you know, I guess it's her decision. You know if our effort is to collectively as a city and journalists and community members to unite people and come together This just sort of creates division not just in the newsroom, but I think in the city as a whole, That's just one possible opinion, right? I think that's what's happening. Ultimately, you're right. If you look at the whole metro area, the numbers might be a little different. Doesn't matter. She's calling attention to this idea, right that had been in the city. She'd like to see more representation, and that's a point she could make You think that the way she's going about it? A lot of folks are Concerned about it. What else you got going on Anything else we need to know about. Let's talk about some fun stuff, and I have not. I am the worst with music. But the lows and line up is I know release. Do you have like a band or a group that you're really looking forward to? I feel like when I went when I actually went to a lot of loser, which was years ago, The average age was like 27. Now I think it's like 15 or 16. It's getting younger and younger. Yes, there are some bands still that I recognized but I will tell you If you go through that list, I don't know. Largest by you, but I don't recognize a lot of them. I really don't Miley Cyrus. Is that okay? What I do know that run Foo fighters, Post Malone. I know that. The rest. You're losing me, huh? Yeah, sure that. Oh, okay. That's the lineup. I like the the fun names. I do it Z, You know, it's fun that things are returning, right? That's that's the bottom line. For me. 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"$41,000" Discussed on WSB-AM
"WSB. Marta says It's prepared if the gas shortage lingers on it tells me that they have a 2 to 3 Day reserve of fuel. On hand for their diesel driven bus is now that may not sound like a lot. But they say their supplier is working hard to make sure that reserve remains in place. Gentle to action, news reporter Tom Regan says Only about 30% of Marta bus is run on diesel. The rest run on compressed natural gas and aren't affected by the disruption as President Biden signs an executive order to improve the nation's cybersecurity. Ws Peace. Michelle write reports Live Colonial had open security positions just a couple weeks before the RANSOMWARE attack. Marcie that's right in those two positions risk management director and manager of cybersecurity, So that begs the question. If the latter position were filled, Could this whole thing have been avoided? A spokesperson tells the Atlanta Journal Constitution. That conclusion would be quote in accurate. Seen its insurer says. Unfortunately more hack attacks or likely on the rise. The reality is that we live in the equivalent of a cyber Cold War. There is constantly attacks coming from state sponsored hackers from people who just want to make a buck or all sorts of things. Meanwhile, the president is set to address the hack and cyber security during remarks set for 11 30 this morning reporting live, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB Nobody wants produced time at a 34 inspectors have found a big crowd. Back in a support beam on the I 40 bridge that connects Tennessee with Arkansas. Laurie Tutor with Arkansas, D O T says has been shut down the bridge for a safety check. This bridge carries 41,000 vehicles per day. This bridge is a vital link for freight East and west of the Mississippi River. Barge traffic on the rivers also shut down. The Tennessee D. O. T says it could be months before the bridge reopens. Traffic is being diverted onto I 55 the Braves blow the early lead against the Blue Jays and lose to Toronto 4 to 1 manager Brian Snitker staying positive. The office is going to get more consistent,.
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"Crisis. As the border surge continues and appears at least with these preliminary numbers we've gotten and will pass on to you. In just a second continues to set records, it appears the federal government is resorting to some old behaviors. The spokesperson for Immigration and Customs Enforcement here in Arizona told the Arizona Republic that they have Yep. Started dropping off adult migrants at the Greyhound bus station near Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport again member They were doing that back in 2019, and it got so bad at one point that the groups that helped these migrants he's eight groups. Set up a shelter at a abandoned elementary school near Sky Harbor, trying to deal with all of this, in large part to avoid having ice drop off migrants at the bus station, leaving volunteers to scramble toe, help them out. So today or tomorrow, depending on when they actually get around to doing this. The federal government's Customs and Border Protection Agency is going to release April's apprehension numbers. But yesterday Katya is Jeremy Foster spoke with National Border Patrol Council president Brandon Judd. The National Border Patrol Council is the Border Patrol agents union and he got a sneak preview of the numbers. Yeah, the preliminary April numbers are 173,628 apprehensions that up already from the month of March, and that's with a day left. So if you consider that, you know, we averaged about 6000 apprehensions per day. Then we would be up 10,000 more apprehensions than what we weren't Mark. If there were the same amount of days in the month, 172,000 march Looks like we're gonna be at 173 174,000, depending on Hollis all comes up how this all shakes out. But here's what's keeping Brandon Judd up at night. Those they aren't catching. In the month of March. We had 37,000 got a ways and in the month of April, we had 41,000 God ways. The gotta ways is what should concern everybody. We did not know who they are. We don't know where they're from, and we do not know what their intentions are here in the United States, and that's scary. Reality is, is that Talking with Mike Broom head and she's opened. We can fix some of the issues at the border being the new chair of the Border Management subcommittee in the United States Senate. I've been working to ensure the administration is taking better steps to support border communities. Yeah, you know what I think that's what's most important for Us here in Arizona. You know whether you whether you support people coming across the border and seeking asylum or whether you're like, No, This is not right and it is just either way. You want those people to be taken care of when they get here? I mean, you did. We did. We just Where America we don't like. Throw these people to the wolves like that's not what we do. And she tells us Senator Cinema tells Mike Broom head that Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has committed to helping Arizona border communities. But she wants the $110 million that was approved in the last covert package for this issue deployed now, I've also communicated this concern directly to President Tyson's now what I'm waiting for is for the administration to take bold action actually address these concerns. All right, you know, And here's what's interesting, too, is when Brennan Jet was talking about the got away's the people that they didn't catch that they believe made it into the United States. Those people A lot of those people I'm imagining are just they know that they don't really have an asylum case. Right? And, you know, so what are they up to? Yes, Some of them are just here. Obviously, toe get a job sense of money home, feed their families, something that we all as adults want to do. We want to feed our family totally understandable from the Pandemic standpoint, it's a little scary with 40,000 and also a little scary that those that we do know about have only been screened, not tested before being dropped off a bus stations and other places. But yeah, that that zone we're talking What 173,000 you said? Yeah, the number just in April. Yeah, The actual number could end up being a little bit higher than that. But that's kind of what we're estimating at this point, so Yeah, and the feds are back to their old tricks of dropping dropping people off of the Greyhound bus station. It's 5 19 now, Katie er Katie a our.
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"Stories Trending this Thursday morning. There is an active push to his extinguish natural gas and a number of northern California City. San Francisco is the latest to float the idea of banning glad Gas appliances and going electric in city buildings. Here's kfbk is Aubrey Aquino in San Francisco. Natural Gas currently makes up 38% of the city's greenhouse gas emissions and estimates for electrifying more than 240,000 housing units in the city would cost billions of dollars. Western States Petroleum Association's Kevin's legal says San Francisco isn't the first in the state. To propose this type of ban our perspective on this is that California is going to need an all of the above approach when it comes to our energy future, so banning natural gas. Banning any form of power for our state is really the wrong path. He argues The energy supply should include solar gas and fossil fuels and everything California needs to have reliable energy sources. And then let the market determine the answer's Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kid became at 5 45. Aubrey will have more on the implications of this potential ban New this morning to Bay Area men will spend the rest of their lives behind bars after a jury in Rome convicted them of killing a police officer. Gave the keys Jordan Christmas reports after more than 12 hours of deliberation, Finnigan elder and Gabriel Natale way Horst received life sentences for the 2019 killing. Both were indicted on homicide, attempted extortion assault, among other charges. Prosecutors say that Vice Brigadier Mario to cello, Rago was stabbed 11 times by elder during an unraveling of a small time drug deal that went bad. Officials say that Natali horse helped elder hide the knife in their hotel room. Gordon. Christmas News 93.1 KFBK undercover agents are finding counterfeit covert 19 vaccination cards just outside Sacramento. Here's John Car with the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, who says agents found them at a saloon in Clement's agencies, Materials used to make and distribute fraudulent covered 19 vaccination cards. Our says the agents and bought four cards during two separate stings, and there's evidence of more California regulators have find Amazon $41,000 for failing to record covert 19 cases at a facility in Southern California. It's the second round of finds that have been levied against the company. Amazon says they will contest the sit that citation. Let's get you caught up now in this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. President Biden takes his $2 trillion infrastructure plan on the road today. His destination the state of Louisiana, The collapse of the New Orleans levee system in 2005 prompted a massive infrastructure upgrade in the years after Hurricane Katrina. 16 years later, says Deputy White House press secretary Chris Maher. Thousands of miles of Louisiana roads need rebuilding their 1600 bridges in Louisiana that our import condition President Biden will spend several hours in Louisiana promoting his plan to reverse decades of neglect. Generally in ABC New. It's another sign that the economy post pandemic is picking up the Labor Department with weekly unemployment claims 498,000 people apply for them last week. The week before, however, was 553,000. The European Union is signing with the United States when it comes to the debate over whether.
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"From California's Capital City, This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK 5 30 Bottom of the hour. Good morning. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina and don say, Here are the stories that are trending this half hour, banning all appliances to fight climate change the city in California considering this new proposal, also in the news this morning to college students from the Bay Area getting life In an Italian prison for killing a police officer in that country and Amazons getting fined $41,000 for failing to record covert 19 cases at a facility in California. For the story. Straight ahead first. Let's get outside traffic, Brian Nobles. This report is brought to you by Cal Fire. Got a couple of things going on. One is Sam found Sunrise Boulevard a winding way. Got a rollover accident. They're the right lane apparently is open. The others are blocked on the eastbound cap. City Freeway at P Street got rollover accident One vehicle came to rest on its roof too. Right Lanes of life. Their traffic backed up the highway. 50 also last time around you told you things were good on highway 6 80 getting through the east face. Not right now. Now we have a car. Fire on us on highway 6 80 at the treat Offering traffic's backed up about halfway to concrete wildfire can destroy your home. Don't wait until it's too late. Installed Fire ignition resistant materials to your roof vents, Windows deck fence and more unfair for wildfire. Harden your home now learn more from count. Fired at ready for wildfire dot organ trafficking understands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap Trust Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Plenty of sunshine Today it'll be breezy and not as warm this Afternoon with a high of 82 to 86 greasy into the evening hours and patchy clouds overnight with a low of 49 53 mostly sunny.
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"I mean, we talked earlier. We talked with Jordan and she talked about the declining in in inventories. Are they get to a critical point here? 500.0.1 and point to you said that note around of the team this morning that I found Jaw dropping, which was the average transaction price for Cadillac for $63,000 Plus and even they $41,000 for Children. Yeah, I mean, Well, it's just, you know the supplies really tight and then demands really high And with that, you know, it's just prices are really high right now. So dealers and we talk to them. They're you know, they may be making money right now, but I think that I can sense frustration. From them and concerned about how were they going to be able to go into some of their best selling months? And not have Money or very, very few new vehicles on the lost yourselves, So I think it sounds like a story, guys. E mean. Yeah. Talked to a Ford dealer who said that I talked to you, Jim Steve. It's a village forge in Dearborn, and he said that he has 120 vehicles on his lot who typically have 500. So, um, and then going into June. He doesn't know what to expect, Amaze one of his best known months so he could go into June with less than 100. He doesn't know so Definitely, um You know, While while there's money to be made right now, it's also, uh, I think dealers it's scary situation. Don't have something to sell, that's for sure. Listen Kaylie Hall, Briana. Normal from the Detroit News. Thank you very much for joining us. Let's go to Dana Clark for traffic. Accident reported along 6 96 eastbound before grass Shit collision there blocking your left two lanes. I've seen delays from at least gross back now. Wjr weather first from the Weather Channel sponsored by Liberty title protecting property since 1974 $2 billion a year is lost to cyber.
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"Calm weather conditions expected on the cooler side is lows drop into the low and middle forties. Look ahead for your Derby Day. My goodness, A beautiful weather day in store lots of sunshine. As temperatures top out in the upper seventies, Increasing clouds will take over four years. Saturday night, We'll call it partly cloudy dry, not a school with lows in the upper fifties back into the upper seventies for high Sunday under mostly cloudy skies with a late day shower a possibility. Trump dated forecasts. I'm w L. K y meteorologist Chris Johnson, Kentucky and it's breaking news. Weather and traffic station. This is news radio. Wait, 40 w H A s Your news. Now Allah thought has won the 147 running of the Kentucky Oaks. The Todd Pletcher trained Philly beat out 12 others to win the race in front of 41,000 fans here in Churchill Downs, attendance was limited due to cope in 19. Governor. Beshear wishes all Kentucky in's a happy Derby weekend this year, posted a video on his Facebook page Friday, urging everyone to celebrate safely. I know we can get back to a normal scale Derby next year and ease restrictions. But to do that we need more Kentucky ants to get their shot of hope this year released covert numbers in an email Friday, he reported 723 new cases and the positivity rate is 3.22%. Four new deaths Bet Suzanne do ball reporting from Churchill Downs on this Kentucky Oaks Day I'm Paul Miles. CBS News Brief. The U. S. Is adding another country to its restricted list because of covert 19 see Steve Dorsey. Reports The White House says it will restrict travel from India following advice from the CDC. White House press secretary Jen Psaki sites extraordinarily High Cove in 19 caseloads and multiple variants circulating in India. Vice president Kamila Harris was asked about the situation in the country where her mother is from tragic. My prayers go to the people in the suffering, that's the blade and suffering that is happening. Four of the 45 people killed in a stampede at a religious festival in Israel were American citizens. They were crowded into a narrow passageway lined with barricades. CBS is Robert Berger is in Jerusalem least say the barricades were erected to help enforce covert social distancing rules. But that apparently created chokepoints, which resulted in disaster. CBS News Free From Wendy Gillette. Use radio. Wait. 40 w wait. Yes, on my heart radio station available everywhere on our free I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one. Heart radio is partnering with global citizen for Vax Live the concert to reunite the world. You'll see performances from Jennifer Lopez any better Fu fighters, Jake, Bobby and me her..
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"To go down. Let's talk about Piers Morgan. This is another interesting one. I love it. He is interestingly standing firm in his controversial remarks about Meghan Markle following his departure from Good Morning Britain, and this is another such an interesting Element of the story, which is the royal family's relationship with the press, which, of course, Harry and Meghan talked about that It's a mutually beneficial relationship, and that it was to the families benefit to sort of have Meghan be the sacrificial lamb taking all the heat, and then everybody else was good in the good press, so for them At the time. It felt like kind of a good deal. Piers Morgan has long hated Meghan Markle Ass got all kinds of access to growing kinds of weird issues with her. He made a lot of disparaging comments about her following the interview with Oprah got quite the reaction 41,000 complaints made to his network about his comments in particular. That questioned Megan's authenticity when it came to her mental health struggles. Um and so megastar, bro. Oh, he's so gross also made a formal complaint to ITV following his comments. That's what people magazine is reporting and other people are reporting. So I don't have that for sure from Meghan Markle, but that's what's being reported. Page six reported that Yeah, Here's what Piers Morgan tweeted On Monday. I said I didn't believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview. I've had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don't if you did. Okay. Freedom of speech is a hill. I'm happy to die on. Thanks for all the love and hate. I'm off to spend more time with my opinions. And then he posted a photo of sir Winston Churchill in a quote from him. That said some people's idea of free speech is that they're free to say what they like. If anyone says anything back, that is an outrage to which I say Piers Morgan. That's what you did. You said your piece and then your colleague. The weather man called you out and said that he disagreed. And then you stomped off like a baby toddler. My three year old Han handle emotions better than that. And honestly and this is Oh, I can't this like fries me to the core. He's so gross. And, uh, there is. No you are not a hero. Piers Morgan, don't And don't do that thing where you find a quote. That sounds really good and be like this is what I'm doing. It doesn't apply to this situation because you were the one that when someone talked back to you,
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"From their families, especially these days. Feel a little love this time of year. Brian Calvert colonias. Great story Happy Valentine's Day. The Snow did not stop the Seattle Fire Department from vaccinating people. Yesterday, Firefighters gave those critical second doses of the vaccine to people at an adult family home and noise Seattle meaning there now fully vaccinated. Are destroying is an empty with Seattle fire and is part of a mobile unit that is being dispatched to various sites. You can see a lot of relief. People are very not just excited about like it's a big weight in Ah load off their minds, and it's nice to finally feel like we're Going to start making a big difference and get ahead of this. The mobile vaccination unit will make their way around the city. Rain shine or snow. Come on news time is 1 40 years we Go over again to the beacon Plumbing sports test. Dave Lewis has women basketball action. It's a foul from Tempe Women's basketball Washington State has fallen to Arizona State, 67 to 61. Really the Huskies lost to number 10, Arizona 75 53 Quay, Miller 13 points, nine boards at the Australian Open. Most Serena Williams and the only Osaka have advanced 18 t Pebble Beach Fourth and Final round Nate Lashley with one stroke lead over Daniel Berger at 16 under par, lastly, through 11 holes that is maverick. McNealy, Patrick can't Lay and Jordan speed time for third place. At minus 14 on the big maple coming back for one more run James Paxton back with the Mariners, a one year contract for $8.5 million Sports attending 40 past the hour. I'm Dave Lewis Combo news. All your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the sign. Got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese folded over side looking just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on about a bagel. Two thumbs up from a Donald steak, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it more bump up, Uh, participate in McDonald's secondhand smoke kills more than 400 infants and 41,000.