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"183 points" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"183 points" Discussed on WTOP

"And we should all be watching And I have no question in the eyes of the world are on This war and what Russia has done gas rent and food prices are soaring combined they've triggered a historic jump in inflation The U.S. Labor Department says it was up 7.9% last month for the highest increase in 40 years Business analyst Jill schlesinger I think that we are looking at a period now where we can pretty clearly see that 8 and maybe even 9% inflation is on the horizon and that things again this is predicated on what happens in Ukraine but we don't look till the end of the year looking like we get back to more normal inflation Average price for a gallon of regular gasoline up to four 32 today Bank of America is apologizing to Hollywood director Ryan coogler after he was handcuffed at a bank branch in Atlanta when he tried to withdraw $12 million CBS's Mola lengi The spokesperson told variety we deeply regret that this incident occurred It never should have happened and we have apologized to mister coogler Kugler the man behind the Black Panther movies is black so is the teller who alerted a manager Help wanted signs may be going up outside elections offices soon CBS is Jim crissa One in 5 U.S. election workers may quit before the 2024 presidential election That's according to a survey by the New York University school of law Election officials are increasingly concerned about threats and political pressure fueled by baseless claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election The Dow is down 183 points.

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"183 points" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"183 points" Discussed on WTOP

"55 Jeff clay bob pretty Green Day here today By the close of dows up a 183 points and a half percent gain the S&P 500 Index have almost 1% the NASDAQ Rallied back 211 points a day almost one and a half percent And he was small business owner survey shows hiring is getting harder Not easier Half of small business owners report job openings they can't fill 95% of those hiring or trying to report few or no qualified applicants The United Airlines is cutting more flights because of a surge in crew sick calls United says about 4% of its workforce is out with COVID JetBlue has already reduced flights for the same reason American Airlines said today it may Facebook is the latest big tech company to once again delay the return to the office Now no sooner than march 28th it will also require booster shots for returning employees Facebook has about 400 employees at its D.C. office in Penn quarter Jeff label WTO's All right thanks Jeff coming up on wtp Maryland's governor wants taxes on retirees to be a thing of the past It's four 56 Hi it's Rita Kessler Many of you have followed along with my weight loss journey with co pair formally EMP one 80 When I started almost two years ago we were in the middle of COVID lockdown I wasn't quite sure it was the right time to get started Almost 60 pounds later I can tell you it was Believe me starting is the hardest decision you'll make but it was also the best decision I've made Coper is different than other weight loss programs because of the personalized coaching My coach Vanessa is a big reason for my success at the point in other programs where I'd start gaining back the.

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"183 points" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"183 points" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"S military launched a drone strike on the Islamic state in Afghanistan in retaliation for Thursday's attack. ABC is Louis Martinez explains what Marines are doing stateside to help get Afghans who work side by side with American troops out of Kabul, using GPS pin drops using contacts over the phones, instructing people from here again in the United States over there, outside the Kaaba airport in Kabul to specific gates them going in groups of one or two. Or three to try to get there to those locations so they can show the appropriate identification that would get them inside Kabul's airport and through the security checkpoints. Departures continue overnight out of Kabul's airport, Hurricane Ida has intensified so quickly at his forecast to get even stronger and more dangerous by the time it could hit near New Orleans on Sunday, and Robert F. Kennedy's assassin has been granted parole by a California parole board panel Friday after two of RFK sons supported releasing Serhane Serhane. This is ABC News. The man who assassinated Robert F. Kennedy has been recommended for parole in California aboard making the ruling after a hearing, But his release won't be happening right away at the end of the parole hearing, in which two of Robert F. Kennedy's son spoke in favor of Sir Hand, sir. Hand being released the two member board deciding he will get freedom Serhane, sir Hand telling the board he has learned to control his anger. Is not getting out right now. If ever though, the decision will be reviewed by parole board staff for the next 90 days and in California's governor will have 30 days to decide whether to grant the parole. Alex Stone, ABC nears LOS Angeles Wall Street rallied to more record highs Friday after the head of the Federal Reserve said it's still far from pulling interest rates off the record low that has helped the markets soar. Stocks of companies whose profits are most closely tied to the economy, made the biggest gains. The Dow gained 242 points, the S and P added 39, the NASDAQ Rose 183 points. Todd and ABC News Pro.

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"183 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"183 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Police arrived, they found a car riddled with bullet holes and shell casings on the street. Across the Metroplex in Fort Worth. Eight people were hospitalized in critical condition the shooting in the 3400 block of Horn Street just west of Lake Como Park. Meanwhile, DPD says over 5000 disturbance calls came in over the weekend. The calls were for gunshots, fireworks and loud music. Debris from various types of fireworks were left at several city parks and business parking lots. Some residents said the loud noise was a problem on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The noise didn't stop in some places until five a.m. Monday morning, according to reports. Mickey Briggs W B A P News search and Rescue crews are braving the elements as they continue to dig through the rubble of the collapse. Condo and Surfside, Florida. 32 people are now confirmed Dead at 113 remain unaccounted for Correspondent Lauren Blanchard, four more bodies found in the rubble of the collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida this after crews demolish the last standing portion of champagne towers south overnight. Officials say the demolition was crucial to search and rescue efforts. The cause of the collapse is under investigation. The town of Surfside released a structural field survey report from October 2018, which said the waterproofing below the condos pull deck, an entrance dry was failing and causing major structural damage. Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow was down 183 points. NASDAQ Up 14 points on the S and P 500 down 11 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next update is at 9 30 24 7 coverage at W b a p dot com This is the news and talk of Texas. It's DFW is liberty loving Latino, Chris sell Saito. Right now. On news talk a 20.

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"183 points" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"183 points" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Doniger. Good Morning Joe, starring starring American Airlines is having some issues lay him out. Yeah. After cancelling about 300 flights over the weekend, American is canceling another 100 more so today, blaming bad weather, labor shortages and increased bookings. Travel demand picking up But all the demand is causing the airline to cancel flights further out to about 1% of its planned flights in the first half of July. Airlines are all having issues getting off the ground after the travel pause last year when they pause their staffs now getting everybody the band back together. It's more of an issue. Then we have job protections in place for fast food workers in New York. Yeah, that starts next month of city fast food workers there will get some of the same productive protections Philadelphia parking attendants have in Seattle, Illinois in New Jersey are looking at it to requiring employers have just cause to fire workers. It has to be about Their performance on the job, a solid reason beyond well, you complained, or you're not smiling. The New York law like I said, takes effect next month, and it is starting to get more serious. Um, looks at cities and states around the nation. Mm. Other low wage workers have some leverage. That's right. The pandemic recoveries kind of adding to it. The Wall Street Journal says a huge number of job openings in fields that don't require college degrees that things like restaurants, warehouses. Manufacturing, combined with a shrinking labor force have resulted in perks like bonuses. Bigger raises competing offers so that pay for those who only have a high school diploma. Is rising faster than for college graduates, although of course the pay rates are lower, But they're making more money. So do a little bit more influence. All right. What's the day ahead looked like Pretty good right now. S and P futures are up. 16 NASDAQ Futures up 55. Dow futures, adding 183 points from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Joan Doniger on NewsRadio 700 wlw..

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"183 points" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"But that's our and knees. I'm rich Thomason in Washington President Biden about to release a massive $6 trillion spending proposal just ahead of the long holiday weekend. This comes as a national debt continues to skyrocket now totaling more than $28 Trillion budget proposal would fund the president's ambitious plans for infrastructure and social spending, along with major new investments in domestic cabinet agencies. And even though Mr Biden proposes hired People. The budget deficit for next year would be nearly $2 trillion, He argues. This is the time to invest while his critics labeled him a tax and spend president Red Clugston Washington Senate Republicans standing firm in opposition to the Democrat's plan for a commission to investigate the January six ride at the U. S Capitol. I do not believe the additional extraneous commission Democratic leaders want would uncover crucial new facts. Or promote healing. I do not believe it is even designed to do that. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. The Senate meeting into the early hours of this morning, did not vote on the commission, but may take it up again later today. Also, it s all right News calm a man who was working at a California rail yard when a gunman killed nine people says the attacker worked regularly with the victims and believes that they had been targeted. Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith says there is evidence to back up. That theory appears to us at this point. That, he said to one of the People there. I'm not going to shoot you. And then he shot other people. Three Tacoma, Washington police officers due to be arraigned today in connection with the death of a black man while in police custody. The man died in March of last year. Two of the officers charged with second degree murder. Wall Street Dow Futures are up 183 points and this is us are in news. The tunnel to Towers Foundation, As you know, has been.

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"183 points" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Receiving some form of jobless benefit remains historically Hiatt 16 million, but that number two is down, suggesting some of those laid off during the pandemic are finding work as correspondent Erin Qatar Ski and Weather forecast coming up, Fox Inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates. It's so cheap. Got agreement that l O. J Give me your average Joe. Like a good neighbor. State farm is there I'm music journalist John Wiederhorn. Most of a new podcast backstage, The devil and Metal joined me for stories on the origins of how Satan slivered his way into metal music and up the ante. On the freeze sex, drugs and rock and roll backstage. The devil in metal is available. Now. I heard radio is number one for podcasts, and it's easy to see why. Find backstage. The devil in metal on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Here's a W O r Weather channel forecast Sunshine Cooler temperatures here this afternoon and 74 party cloudy tonight Low 57 a mix of clouds and sunshine for tomorrow with a high 78. Clouds on Saturday with high 86 Party cloudy hot temperatures Sunday Up to 92 Richard of getting in the weather Channel on 7 10 WR looking Wall Street. Now the Dow is up 183 point sitting in 34,079. The NASDAQ has climbed 204 in the S and P is up 37. News is brought to you by Rush.

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"183 points" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Get over to cap trust and check in with Kelly Brothers on some business and money news. Where do you want to start? Kelly? No, just watching various states real, But I didn't know that just reading The Wall Street journal that 22 states have now done away with their mask requirements. 22 Oh, higher number than I would have thought at this point. Although It didn't stipulate. Maybe it Maybe they're just saying outdoor know outdoors everywhere that CDC even said you see, which is last to that. Hard to get rid of the mask party that they've already said outdoor. You're fine, but anyway, I die Aggressed just kind of trying to keep an eye on what various states are doing is they reopened on that is happening, which is great to see. Another's initial jobless claims down to 473,000 so another pandemic low which is very good to see, and hopefully that number is cut in half here. In the near in the not too distant future. Maybe 68 months out. Amazon, the latest company to say we're trying to hire folks. 75,000 jobs are open and Amazon right now across the country. The average wage is north of $17 an hour for those jobs. It's mostly and obviously warehouses, logistics, transportation, that sort of thing. But the issue that the Fed will concern itself with right now is inflation. Producer Price Index came in today. Yesterday was at the consumer level. Today. It's in the producer level. Those prices jumped a little over 6% from one year ago. Let's check the real time numbers because the market is getting a decent little bounce back after a few days of selling Out 4 79 34,066 NASDAQ up 183 points the S and P. M 55 points, which is one and a third percent gold down one oil down 2%. With that pipeline back up and running all the full delivery's not expected for a few days. 10 year Bond Yield 1.67%. All right, Kelly, Thank you so much back to the phone right now. Live with us this morning is Gary Dietrich, our political analyst Gary. Let's switch gears here. Talk a little bit about Caitlyn Jenner. She does an interview with CNN. Little bit of confusion about whether or not she voted in 2020. She was asked to. You know who she voted for for presidents that I didn't vote. Then politico does the story end or the Hill does the story and calls her campaign people they say, Well, yes, she voted. A zon record is voting, but she voted only in the local issues. How was in your estimation? How is her campaign being handled? Well, I think the campaign is being hailed by pros. I think the candidate you know, is new to this whole gig. And she has, you know, in some people's estimation, done very well in certain abusing in certain moments and stumbled in others that net that's very common, especially for somebody you're jumping into. Ah, politics for the first time, Sam Statewide level in California. That's the big league. I mean, that's just one step below the White House, so we would expect that and you know she's got minimal tracks you right now In the most recent poll, you may know got 6%. You know, much less in some of the Republican challengers, but it's early in the process I would expect, especially because she seems like you have a serious, sustained effort for those numbers to go up. She's on a few of the national media outlets not so much regionally or locally. I mean, what does she need to do here? I mean, she's got the name recognition. I have certainly more than Faulkner or um or John Cox Cox? Yeah, but what is what does she need to do locally or regionally to reach people here? Well, I think there's going to be a gradual process. Kristina of sort of establishing her chops, you know, politically speaking and you know, doing local events. I would expect kind of traditional statewide listening, slashed bus tour to go on. Would expect local TV interviews. But in California, That's the odd thing, guys. I mean, Newsome's done the same thing often times our local affiliates initially are ignored in favor of the big hits. Which California can get from the nest. The network news, guys. Yeah, no, I mean, Newsome does almost exclusively national. He doesn't mess with the locals at all. And I don't expect you to do all that. I wanted to ask you quickly. Your read on John Cox in the ad that he did with the big bear. And for some reason, the big bear just threw a whole bunch of attention. What was that? A good move on his part to put the bear in the piece. Yeah. Seems like a mixed bag on this, Sam. You know of in credibility wise, it can look like a used car ad on the On the other hand, it got him a lot of attention. And I think you're gonna see a lot of this. I mean, in a new cycle, with all the challenges going on. They get so much news attention, you know, getting your own slice of the pie as one of what's going to be ultimately dozens of candidates, either you're going to see an awful lot of ways people attempt to get that right. There's just so much noise out there. Okay. Gary Dietrich, Thank you so much. We appreciate your time and your insight. Yes. Very good. Thank you. Carrie. Listen, we're gonna talk a little bit about the money side because so many people have been inundated with this influx of stimulus. The check just shows up in the mailbox. All of us or in you're just in your account, and then you've got the enhanced unemployment. You've got the promise, perhaps, of college loan forgiveness. There's a lot of money flowing in and out of the system. And there are some new numbers out that show us exactly what people are doing with that money and maybe what you should do with that money..

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"183 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Pandemic. In Atlanta. Jonathan Serrie Fox News the supply for covert 19 vaccines continue to outweigh demand. It's a trend that prompted the state to transition from covered 19 vaccine allocation toe ordering Miss Van Deusen with the Department of State Health Services says County health departments and other providers are asked to place their order with the state as opposed to waiting for now allocated shipment no longer going to be the state determining exactly where every dose of vaccine goes in the state, So it's a big step in the in the vaccination effort, Andrea Lee, it's going to mean that this vaccine is more likely to get to where people needed when they needed Date says about 37% of taxes are fully vaccinated. The Tarrant County district attorney's office once a life sentence for man accused in a cold case murder 78 year old Glenn McCurley was arrested and charged with capital murder and 2020 for the 1974 murder of 17 year old Carlo Walker. The Tarrant County criminal DEA. Sharon Wilson says With the support of the Walker family, they determined justice would be best served. By waving the death penalty and seeking a sentence, which insures McCurley will spend the rest of his days in prison. Police say Walker was abducted, sexually assaulted and strangled after a high school Valentine's dance. Her body was found days later in a culvert near Ben Burke Lake. The case was unsolved for 46 years. Cat BONES iron WB AP NEWS TEXAS Business Real time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was up 163 points. NASDAQ up 183 points. And the S and P 500 up 33 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 11 24.

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"183 points" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We say Good morning Ed Cory live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Aaron. Good morning. Looks like stocks are going to be opening higher. Today. Dow futures Up 183 Points S and P futures up 20 and the NASDAQ indicator is higher this morning. It's up 57. Overseas. We're watching stocks in London. They're up 2.8% gas prices hit a nine month high is drivers took to the roads on the holiday travel. Crude oil kept climbing and Refiners cut fuel production due to weak margins. Prices at the pump topped $2.25 a gallon last week, according to the American Auto Association. West Texas Intermediate right now, up 50 cents and 49 02 a barrel Dow Futures are up 187 points live with the Bloomberg business Report. I'm Ed Cory of NewsRadio, 1200 w O a. I thank you Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 w away. I had I heart radio. I'm charity. McCurdy news radio 1200 W Away. I now traffic and weather together. From the W away I traffic center traffic still moving well on most of the area Roadways very light so far south and to 81 from 16 0 Porta Worst back parkways of four minute drive eastbound 90 from 1 51. The I 10 should take you about four minutes with no delays. If you have to see any traffic problems called to 10 75 26 So one. Ah, Michael Scott NewsRadio 1200 Wook I This report is sponsored by will fix it got a heater that needs fixing.

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"183 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With David Western, coming up a balance of power, the art of leadership transition, whether it's the president of the company or the president of the United States, from Carly Fiorina, founder of Carly Fiorina, enterprises and unlocking potential, But first we get a market check from Charlie Pelant. I thank you very much. We are looking for records on this Friday, all major indexes for US equities. Talking about the S and P. 500 down Jones Industrial average Russell 2000 NASDAQ composite index surpassing their previous closing records. Such synchronized highs last seen in January of 2018 right to the numbers. Now with the S and P up 23 of 36 90. That is a gain of 7/10 of 1%. Dow's up. 183 points up 6/10 of 1% NASDAQ Up 71 Again of 6/10 of 1% worth looking at the year to date numbers, Nez Thanks so far this year up 38.74% s and P. By comparison up 14.2% the Dow is up by 5.7%. 10. Years down. 18 30 seconds 10 year Yield. Now 100.96% gold is tumbling $4.62 down about 3/10 of 1% of 18 36 and crewed up 1.3% up 60 cents a barrel at $46.24. The pandemic is curbing employment gains is the U. S. Economy claws into recovery. With more on the day's economic data, specifically that jobs report here's Bloomberg's Middle Jude. I swear that it 245,000 workers in November, the weakest showing since the March April plunge. On only did payroll gains come in below estimates, But hiring was concentrated in fewer industries with shift the online shopping, accounting for an outsized portion..

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"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The lakefront. 66 this morning in Kenosha, your money on WG Young U. S. Stock futures or mixed this morning down. Futures are up about 200 points. But NASDAQ futures are down nearly 183 points yesterday, The Dow Was up nearly 834 points at the close of business markets this morning in Europe generally are higher this morning in London and Paris, but the lower in Frankfurt Most Asian stocks are higher. The FAA could complete the inspection process of the proposed changes to Boeing. 7 37 Max. In the coming days, Reuters is reporting the federal agency could GreenLight the plane to return to the sky commercially. As early as November. 18th European Union regulators have filed antitrust charges against Amazon, accusing the company of using data to gain unfair advantage advantage over merchants using its platform. And Taco Bell is bringing back a fan favorite for a limited time. With the Mexican pizza. Officially off the menu. The fast food chain is bringing back the toasted Cheddar Chiluba the cost $3 in Twentynine Cents on its own. Working be part bought as part of a $5 box. In addition, there are two new national menu items as well. A Taco bell the chicken chipotle melt in the Dragon fruit Freeze. I don't think I've been to a Taco bell in many, many years and And probably only been to attack about once in my life that I'm missing something I don't know. See, I've only been to Taco Bell after being out drinking at night. Very late at night, and I don't have really strong memories. You guys, you know you don't remember? I don't remember being there. But I know I have been there from the wrappers in the car. I know a good evidence. They're really good at the public relations effort. That's for sure. Yeah, no doubt. Alright. I'm Steve phraseology on Chicago's very own. 7 20 w g N I like a bed that's really firm..

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"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Meyer. Cloudy skies. It's 53 now at O'Hare in the lakefront 54 at Midway 49 in Aurora this morning, It's 51 in Michigan City. Now your money on W G n Here's Orient Samuelson. Good morning. The stock market opened higher and continues to trade higher this morning as we also continue to get earnings reports from major banks the numbers on Wall Street right now, the Dow industrial average is up 183 points. Trading at 7 28,081, the S and B 500 is up 110 points and it's trading at the 35 22. And I should say it's up 10 points this morning, the NASDAQ O is up 55 points trading at 11,009 19. Bank reports. The Bank of America missed revenue estimates on lower interest rates and the third quarter revenue as the lender was squeezed by lower interest rates, and it's set aside. $1.4 billion to meet future losses for its commercial loan portfolio. Wells Fargo that's been challenged so far this year. The story there fell short of Wall Street estimates for third quarter profit as the bank clock nearly $1 billion and expenses tied to a years long sailed Stangel. While near zero interest rate heard its bottom line and Goldman Sachs today posted its best quarterly performance in a decade. By some measures as trading business moved back into the limelight and its lack of a big consumer business, which from a curse to a blessing. Grain prices Chicago Board of Trade this morning the December wheat contract trading lower it's down for in the quarter cents a bushel. The December corn contract is trading higher. It's up just a half cent a bushel, and the November soybean contract is up 12 and three quarter sense Did straight ING at 12 $10.56, a half cents a virtual and live stock futures, Chicago Merchant Dill Exchange. The December Li Na god tract is trading up dollar and 57. Cents. 100 weight. The December Lied cattle gone, try down 57 cents. And the sober feeder cattle gun tried his higher It's trading up 50 and 27.

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"183 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Dozens of wildfires in Oregon have forced nearly 500,000 people, some 10% of the state's population. To evacuate their homes. Hundreds of homes were destroyed. But Jonathan Levinson of Argon Public Broadcasting says the blazes air spreading so quickly. Officials can't yet tell the full extent of the destruction in southern Oregon alone, an estimated 1 to 2000 homes have been lost in the northern part of the state. No one's been able to get back to their towns to assess the damage, and fire officials say things were moving so fast that they don't have a good estimate. The neighbouring states of Washington and California are also battling massive fires that have forced evacuations. The Labor Department reports another bump in inflation, with the Consumer prices index up for third month. NPR's Scott Horsefly has details. Consumer prices jumped by 4/10 of a percent in August. Prices have been rebounding after a steep drop early in the pandemic. Jump in used car prices led the August increase. Overall, inflation remains fairly mild, with prices up just 1.3% from a year ago. Grocery prices, however, are 4.6% higher than last year. Food prices are coming back to Earth after soaring earlier this spring. Scott Horsley NPR NEWS Washington On Wall Street. At this hour, the Dow is up 183 points. This's NPR from K C. R W I'm Cherry Glaser with this local news update. If you were planning to head up to big bear this weekend, you're gonna have to cancel. Officials are asking visitors to stay away from Big Bear Valley for the next several days because of the threat from the Eldorado fire. It's burned more than 13,000 acres since it started in Yucaipa a week ago. Crews are making steady progress. The fire is now about a third surrounded, but Cal fire operation Section chief Daniel Diaz says they're still challenges for firefighters on the frontlines. The west side of the fire continues to actively burned in the heavy, decadent fuels on the steep slopes. We're doing everything we can to try to get into that and secure it. But it's being very difficult..

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"183 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Joe Biden that was left to others, like Donald Trump Jr. Joe Biden is basically the Loch Ness monster of the swamp. He's been lurking around in there, He sticks his head up every now and then to run for president. Ashington Tropical Storm Marco turned out to be a bust. But no such hope for tropical Storm Laura, which is turning into a hurricane as it crosses the Gulf of Mexico. We're going to see the continuation of this weather across parts of Cuba for the next couple of hours, but then it gets directly into the Gulf of Mexico with water is very warm. We will watch to see what happens with this. It is still traveling to the Northwest, expecting that turn Sometimes a turn happens and sometimes it doesn't. But if it does, it's going to be Louisiana may be very, very, very close to Beaumont Port Arthur. Meteorologist Chad Myers. Hours afterward came out that all of the bars in the college town of Tuscaloosa are being shut down for the next two weeks. The University of Alabama has announced it has 531 confirmed cases of Corona virus on campus since classes resumed less than a week ago. The school's president says it's challenge is not the students. It's the virus. And that protocols need to be improved. Checking your money. The Dow futures are up 183 points. The NASDAQ futures down 12 in sports sponsored by indeed the Nets give up seven runs early and can't climb out of the whole falling to the Marlins. 11 to 8 manager Davey Martinez are starting to go deeper into games vote struggled again today had 70 75 pitchers and three and two thirds innings. We just gotta get him to start, you know, start throwing strikes to go to squat and attack hitters want. Toto did go four for five to raise his batting average 2 400 of next traffic and weather. His mornings on the mall continues on finding a high impact higher is as serious goal for your business use. Indeed, they're flexible payment options mean better bang for your buck with no long term contracts, indeed, will even give you a.

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"183 points" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"183 points" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In our top story, National Weather Service meteorologist issuing a significant weather advisory for Western Arapaho and South Central Adams counties. Until free this afternoon. Very heavy rains expected with up to an inch possible unless than 30 minutes. There could also be winds up to 40 miles an hour. See God is warning Coloradans that heavy rains expected this weekend and into next week in the mountains, and that could result in flooded roadways as wells, rockfalls and mudslides see dots, reminding drivers that just 8 to 10 inches of water conflict a car And driving too fast on wet roads can cause your card a hydroplane and lose traction. The president's signing for executive orders today dealing with prescription drugs. He says the order will help lower drug prices and we'll also include allowing importations of drugs from Canada and other countries. A shortened 60 game season, getting underway for the Rockies tonight in Texas manager Bud Black, telling Keohane news radio. The team's tested for covered 19 every other day protocols in place and the guidelines. Are you really, really impressed by Gatto? I tip my hat. MLB. All the medical experts who have been involved in this black says the players have been following Those protocols have been so proud of our guys how they're going through this. You know the masked wearing You know, cleanliness. Europeans, social distancing All the family has been really impressive how we're going about and you can hear tonight's Rocky's Rangers game on Ko News Radio, with pre game at 5 25 1st pitch is at 605 Wall Street closing negative. Today, The Dow industrials lost 183 points, the S and P 500 down by 20. The NASDAQ off 98. Our next news update is at three o'clock. I'm Susan Witkin on Ko NewsRadio, a 50 A m and 94 1 FM check on traffic down with Morgan's continued to be a typical Friday afternoon drive trying to get into one across, down, tampering. Stolen I 25 both directions there. Also a slow north of the turnpike,.

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"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"183 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Servings of Rama Downtown restaurant before driving home that night. Last year, it says he sat in his SUV for two hours parked illegally. At the Southside intersection before officers arrived, Johnson was fired a superintendent. The number of laid off workers seeking unemployment benefits remained stuck at 1.3 million last week. That's a historically high level indicates money cos they're still cutting jobs. Numbers were down a bit in Illinois from week to week, and the Chicago Symphony orchestras canceled all of its performances for the rest of the year, another casualty of the pandemic. Your money on W G and the Dow was down 183 points, the NASDAQ down 72 the S and P 500. Down. 14. I'm Steve Bertrand on Chicago's very own 7 20 WG end. Get going try and later. Little dance party here this afternoon. There's a dance party day, Dr. Steve joined in here a little bit. I dance around the room. It bobbing your head. You move it around dreaming, no joking, joking water and walking. Move around back. Hands away from your face off cow! That first thing in the morning. You always say, Get up there! Get out! Jump around, right. Love. It makes you kind of move around a little bit bobbing around in my chair here. Ah, you you, no say, what's what's your rule again about in the morning? If people have not heard it before, just to write first thing in the morning, Everybody gets up right?.

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