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"269 points" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Who lost their lives on 9 11. You save people's lives, and Malta also gave up his own in New York City. Tonja J. Powers, Fox News to More 9 11 victims remains have finally been identified from the World Trade Center site. Hundreds more remain unidentified. Nearly 3000 people were killed in the terror attacks in New York, Washington and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Trial starts today in Paris for 20 men accused in Isis terror attacks in France Back in 2015 that killed 130 people trial could last nine months on Wall Street. Stock futures have been down the day after the Dow plunged 269 points. The NASDAQ rose 10 hitting it another record hot. I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. Yep. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some boom. Gotta find yourself a box weather. Weather cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something A before I follow up with people Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down to Roy's. Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamite burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno peppers. Chipotle ranks us Project cheese and bacon. They say how they here They welcome you to stay. Come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of deep. Yeah, the dynamite burger.

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"269 points" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A handful of index funds index funds simply or where you own little pieces of hundreds or thousands of companies, all in one fund. And Fidelity just gives that away in the zero fund series. Compare that to the typical 403 B plan that we sentence teachers, a lot of hospital workers. People at nonprofits into They have massive commissions and huge ongoing expenses that often someone who's in a 43 B ends up with less money over time. And what they've contributed to the plan. Looking ahead today on Wall Street stock futures are down this morning down industrial futures down 135 points. West Moss stocks started off the short trading week with the slide is the Dow fell 269 points. As the uptick in Covid cases continues to cause concern for the economy. Friday's weak jobs numbers highlighted the Delta variants impact on hiring, but perhaps not on overall commerce and mobility at large. Interestingly, meme stock and movie aficionado favorite AMC. Claim to have set a record in admissions revenue over Labor Day weekend. So just like my four boys aged 14 to 5, there are clearly plenty of folks comfortable going back into a theater. For a new Marvel movie. I like this story. Unlike Apple's Channel two action News portal, Barrett Peterson the reason many North Georgia farmers will struggle to have enough apples this fall. Yeah, And we're at B. J. Reese Orchards or an L. R. J. They lost nearly 75% of the crop, but they want to stress. There are still a lot of apples on a lot of the trees. It's just that those trees might be picked clean by the end of the month. John Reece says this past Easter was one He won't forget. I knew it was pretty bad when it got down to 26 27 degrees far. Well, I think.

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"269 points" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Government announced all men, mostly Pashtun, some of them on terror watch lists. Taliban founder Abdul Ghani Baradar will become the new acting deputy prime minister, the new prime minister, Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. Wanted by the FBI for ties to Al Qaeda outside the former U. S embassy in Kabul, freshly painted Taliban flag and coat of arms for the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan, a source on the ground tells Fox News. More of these symbols are appearing around Kabul. Fox is David Spot. Former acting CIA director Michael Moral says he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. The United Nations, making an emergency appeal for more than $600 million to help nearly 11 million people in Afghanistan, which the U N says are facing a humanitarian crisis, fueled by Dr the drought, chronic poverty and the sharp increase in hostilities. The Taliban swept to power President Biden touring flood damaged parts of New York and New Jersey on Tuesday, These waves crashed through the streets here. Testing the aging infrastructure and taken lives. More lives were taken here. Then down in Louisiana President blamed global climate change for weather extremes, saying we don't have any more time more than 400,000 homes and businesses in Louisiana still have no power approaching 10 days and hurricane item made landfall. Vermont three states troopers have turned in their badges after being accused of the scheme to create a phony coronavirus vaccination card. Potentially a federal offense. Strong earthquake has shaken southwestern Mexico near the resort city of Acapulco. The U. S Geological Survey estimates the magnitude at seven No immediate reports of damage. Wall Street Tuesday the Dow lost 269 points the S and P 500 fell 15 NASDAQ gained nearly 11 America.

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"269 points" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on KPCC

"Energy says it may be more than a week before power is restored to some hard hit spots. As the number of new coronavirus infections continue to soar. There are growing calls for the Biden administration to require Covid 19 vaccines for interstate travel. As NPR's David Schaper reports. Airlines are not yet on board. With such a vaccine mandate. Air travel demand has been dropping in recent weeks of bookings for future travel are down significantly to due in large part to the sharp increase in new Delta variant covid cases. Johns Hopkins University public policy professor Paul Weinstein argues mandating vaccines for those who travel not only will help slow the spread of the deadly virus but could boost the airline's bottom line, and they need to have confidence that The number of passengers won't fluctuate down every time there is a spike in cases and a vaccine helps ensure that Canada and several other countries require air travelers to show proof of vaccination. But the Biden administration for now at least, appears unwilling to do so. David Schaper. NPR NEWS President Biden will soon be deciding whether or not to reappoint Jerome Powell as chairman of the interest rate setting. Federal Reserve pals term expires in February, and Biden could decide to keep Powell or hand the reins over to someone else. Progressive Democrats have been pushing for the central bank to take a more activist role in the economy. Conservatives. Meanwhile, I want the Fed to stain its monetary policy lane and pay more attention to tamping down inflation. Makes close on Wall Street Today, the Dow dropped 269 points. The NASDAQ was up 10 points the S and P 500 fell. 15 points today. You're listening to NPR. And from KPCC news. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at 704 the last day to vote in the California recall election is a week from today. September 14th. If you're mailing your ballot KPCC senior politics reporter Libby dank man says You can wait until that day. To get the mail in ballot postmark, but that's risky. If you are voting on election day, I would say, instead of taking it to your post office, if you can at all get to one of the secure ballot drop boxes instead. Simply because sometimes if the mail pickup is late, and you're dropping a ballot into a mailbox, that you're not sure when it's going to get emptied, and that may well be postmarked. There is that outside chance that unfortunately, your ballot wouldn't be postmarked by election day, and it wouldn't be counted. Kpcc s Libby dank and look at the instruction page inside your mail in ballot packet to find where your local ballot drop boxes are One of the prominent Republicans running to replace Governor Gavin Newsom was against today on KPCC s air talk, businessman John Cox says If he's elected, he'd do away with public health vaccination mandates. I certainly do believe that everybody should get vaccinated. But it is unprecedented and frankly, in violation of personal freedoms to force people to take this vaccine and establishes. I think a pretty harmful precedents going forward..

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"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Clusters in public schools or childcare settings in the state Union County public schools, the state's sixth the largest school district reports. As of Friday, about one in eight students were under quarantine. The district voted down the proposal last month to require mask wearing in Georgia. Griffin Spalding school system is switching to virtual learning after three school bus employees have died from Covid 19 in recent weeks in Savannah, some school bus drivers staged a sick out Tuesday after a similar protest last Friday. I Mike Rossio, Senator Lindsey Graham predicts the U. S will be forced to return to Afghanistan once the country again becomes a haven for terrorists, Senator Graham told the BBC. The US quote will be going back into Afghanistan. He's skeptical of President Biden's claim. The U. S can prevent terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and Isis from gaining a foothold using an over the horizon approach Using drone airstrikes, Brand predicts the sheer size of the problem will force the redeployment of U. S boots on the ground. Going on recent history, Senator Graham told the BBC quote. We will be going back into Afghanistan as we went back into Iraq and Syria. But Magna reporting the White House is asking Congress for billions in emergency funding for disaster aid and the resettlement of Afghan President Biden is seeking at least $24 billion in new money to deal with natural disasters, including Hurricane Ida. And more than $6 billion for the Afghan evacuation and refugee resettlement. The White House request comes less than a month before the end of the government's fiscal year and as lawmakers are debating the president's massive tax and spend proposals. Greg Clugston, Washington on Wall Street, The Dow down by 269 points, the NASDAQ rose 10 more on these stories at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90. The answer will see mainly clear skies for tonight. It will be more humid with.

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"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"I'm Keith Peters, The CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morrell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11, 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Morrell, who twice served as acting CIA director, spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, He said there's no doubt in his mind the Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed an election laws bill hotly contested by Democrats. Governor. Abbott says he expects the new election law to be challenged in court and upheld it does make it easier for people to be able to go vote No one who is eligible to vote will be denied the opportunity to vote. It does, however, make it harder for cheaters to cast an illegal ballot. Those are the kinds principles that the court will uphold. Some elected Democrats fled the state, delaying a quorum for the voting bill before returning for the final balloting. Democrats are challenging it in federal court. The Department of Agriculture says workers on farms and meeting plants who were severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic will be eligible to get grants of up to $600 per person as part of a new $700 million aid program. The grants announced Tuesday are intended to defray some of the costs. Workers bore as many of them brought their own protective equipment or took unpaid leave on Wall Street. The Dow down by 269 points more at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90. The answer will see mainly clear skies for tonight. It'll be more humid with.

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"269 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The ground. While we are in touch with American citizens directly beyond that, we don't have an assessment of manifest what security protocols and measures are taken, Sake said over the weekend for American citizens were able to leave Afghanistan over the ground. A key Republican lawmaker, meantime, is predicting the U. S will go back to Afghanistan. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, saying American troops will likely need to return to Afghanistan to stop the growing terrorist threat. He says he's worried the Taliban will allow Afghanistan to be a safe haven again for Al Qaeda and Isis groups like it was before the 9 11 terrorist attacks. A Nevada man berated a flight crew and fellow passengers on a plane growling like a dog and swearing at flight attendants. Video taken by a fellow passengers, shows the man growling while removing and replacing his mask yelling, God bless America and making obscene gestures on the plane. It happened on a flight from L. A to Salt Lake City. Authorities say the guy was arrested at the gates sided with the public intoxication. And disorderly conduct. American Airlines thank the crew and customers for their professionalism and understanding on Wall Street. The Dow Jones average had 30 industrials that are down day today, the Dow losing 269 points. It's 4 34. Let's check out the freeways. Coke is real time traffic. And here's Travis Day. Thanks, Cliff Southwest Side of the 1 25 it Grossmont. A crash there in the center Divide. Things are jammed up from Fletcher Parkway, Shogun 15 at university, a crash there blocking the right middle lane. Things are backed up from Adams. Eastbound side of the eight Admission Gorge Road. There's a accident that's in the right hand shoulder. Things are slow from the 15 South 85 at 47th four cars tangled up there over on the right hand side. Now we have crashed in the backup south on 85 in La Hoya village Drive, Middle Lane blocked there It is slow and go from Carroll Canyon down to the 54 going to take you 45 minutes there..

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"269 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He has said, since Day one, his administration will pull every lever to get the pandemic under control. And on Thursday he will lay out a six pronged strategy that will help us to do just that. Biden will touch on what can be done across the public and private sectors. Vaccination rates across the country differ dramatically and that has led to a surge in covid cases in some states as Children had back to school. Asma Khalid. NPR NEWS Secretary of state Tony Blinken says the U. S. Is still working with the Taliban to secure the release of Americans left in Afghanistan as well as all Afghan citizens with valid travel documents. NPR's Michele Kelemen tells us Blinken is denying claims by some U. S veterans groups that the Taliban is blocking charter flights from taking off. There's a lot of anger at blank unr right now. Some of these groups say they've given the State Department Manifest for planes out of Mazar e Sharif that they had landing rights in Qatar. They're furious with the department's handling of the situation. But Blinken says, Look, you know, the U. S doesn't have personnel on the ground anymore. In Afghanistan. It can't verify the manifests. It doesn't control the airspace and there are big security risks. NPR's Michele Kelemen Taliban leaders named a new Cabinet today in the wake of their speedy takeover. Most of the country last month. Stocks finished mostly mixed on Wall Street Today, the Dow lost 269 points. This is NPR. This is w NYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson..

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"269 points" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:57 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on WBUR

"The line of officers. Wilson later tried to steal a police shield from another officer before pushing him to the ground. Around. 600 people have been charged in connection with capital riot and at least 50 so far have pleaded guilty. Wilson is scheduled to be sentenced in late November. Ryan Lucas NPR NEWS Washington Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law an overhaul of the state's election rules following months of protests by Democrats. Sweeping bill, signed today by the two term Republican governor Further tightens Texas's strict voting laws. Texas joins more than a half a dozen states that have passed Republican backed voting changes. New laws were driven in part by former President Trump's claims the false claims the 2020 election was stolen from him. The Dow was down 269 points. This is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Josie Guerrino in Boston. A new poll finds a vast majority of registered voters in Boston support employer vaccine mandates and mask requirements in schools. Nearly 90% of those pulled by the Boston Globe and Suffolk University agreed with the state's school mask requirements. A little more than 70% said they think employers should require their workers get vaccinated against Covid 19. The poll surveyed 500 people likely to vote in next week's preliminary mayoral election. The Harvard Art Museums will require all visitors to prove they're vaccinated against Covid 19 or show a recent negative test. Museums open to the public over the weekend For the first time in almost 18 months, Director Martha Tedeschi says the new roles align with those in place at Harvard University to protect its campus. We don't know how long it will be necessary, but for now, it feels like the way to be able to get back in the swing of things and have everybody feel comfortable. Advance. Reservations are required, and visitors will need to show proof of vaccination or test documentation to museum staff upon arrival. The policy applies to everyone 12 years old and up and takes effect later this month. Starting Thursday, Inmates at the Essex County Jail will no longer get original copies of most personal mail. The jail is partnering with a company that will take in the mail, open it and scan it and then reprinted before forwarding it to the inmate. The sheriff says it will help curb the influx of illegal drugs and contraband. Exceptions will be made for privileged and legal correspondents. The head of the Massachusetts National Guards wants a new state medal to honor fallen service members. Major general Gary Keefe says the Medal of Fidelity would honor military personnel who succumb to service related illnesses, injuries or conditions like traumatic brain injury or PTSD. It's 76 at Fenway tonight, the Red Sox play the Tampa Bay Rays..

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"269 points" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on KCRW

"The line of officers. Wilson later tried to steal a police shield from another officer before pushing him to the ground. Around. 600 people have been charged in connection with capital riot and at least 50 so far have pleaded guilty. Wilson is scheduled to be sentenced in late November. Brian Lucas NPR NEWS Washington Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law an overhaul of the state's election rules following months of protests by Democrats. Sweeping bill, signed today by the two term Republican governor Further tightens Texas's strict voting laws. Texas joins more than a half a dozen states that have passed Republican backed voting changes. New laws were driven in part by former President Trump's claims the false claims the 2020 election was stolen from him. The Dow was down 269 points. This is NPR. At 404. You're listening to KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam. Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena are celebrating roughly 245 million miles away. The Mars rover perseverance has collected the first sample of Martian rock. NASA says the core sample is about the width of a pencil. The tiny chunk of the red Planet is now safely stowed in an airtight titanium sample tube inside the rover, and that's where it's going to stay for a while. NASA and the European Space Agency are collaborating on something called the Mars Sample Return campaign, which will see the bits and pieces of the Martian landscape brought back to Earth. Target date 2031. In the meantime, perseverance will continue to explore the red planet and keep filling up the 43 sample tubes it has on board. Elizabeth Holmes is scheduled to go on trial tomorrow in Northern California. She's the founder of the former biotech startup Theranos as KCRW's Cherry Glazer reports. The company at one point became a big time success story in Silicon Valley, but later turned into a major scandal. Holmes was just 19 when she founded Theranos after dropping out of Stanford. She promised the company's technology and specially designed machines could screen patients for hundreds of diseases like cancer and diabetes. With just a few drops of blood. She modeled herself after Steve Jobs right down to the black turtleneck and raised almost $900 million in funding. But reports in the Wall Street Journal revealed much of the blood testing was being done by traditional machines and that their nose misled some patients with inaccurate results. Holmes has pleaded not guilty to a dozen fraud charges. She is expected to argue that she was in an abusive relationship with her ex business partner and boyfriend, former Theranos CEO Ramesh Sunny ball Wani and that it affected her decision making This case, it'll be Cherry Glazer.

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"269 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Defense about stay at home orders rising crime homeless. And, of course, the hypocrisy of dining at the French laundry without a mask and then sending his kids to private school for in person Learning. Republican front runner Larry Elder Continue that line of attack on the cost of living exodus from California, saying as a black product of the inner city, LA and public schools, he can win Hispanic voters and the election. Newsom is counting on support from young female and union voters campaigning this weekend where he said elder and his supporters represent everything. California is not more than five. Million voters in the state have already cast their ballots in the recall election mail in ballots were sent to ever registered voter in the state. Robert F. Kennedy's widow, Ethel Kennedy says his assassin should not be set free. Saran Saran, who killed the senator and presidential candidate in 1968, received parole last month in San Diego. But the full parole board and the governor Must confirm his release before he would be released and under certain restrictions. Newsom has not indicated what he will do. RFK's widow joined six of their Children and opposing parole for Sirhan Sirhan after two of their son spoke in favor of releasing their father's assassin during that hearing that was held at the Donovan state prison, where Sirhan is serving out his sentence. The White House is urging lawmakers to consider a stopgap budget proposal to keep the government running through the end of the month. That's when the federal government's fiscal year ends and once again stopgap measures or short term extensions of current federal spending, while lawmakers haggle over a long term bill that they hope to pass and avoid what could happen if they don't On Wall Street. The Dow was down today 269 points. It's 3 33. Let's check out the freeways, Cocos real time traffic,.

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"269 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Carrying American citizens and Afghans from leaving. This is White House press secretary Jen Psaki. We're in touch with American citizens who are working to get them out. There are four who were able to depart overland. Our secretary of state is in Qatar right now working on a range of options, including getting flights up in operational ongoing and what we have seen is that individuals who have documentation are able to Apart. The Taliban, meanwhile, creating a new government in Afghanistan after days of speculation the Taliban has begun announcing what it calls an interim government for Afghanistan. It's headed by Mullah Hassan at Hunt, who also held senior posts. The last time the Taliban was in power 20 years ago. The interior minister is wanted by the FBI over terror attacks. The Cabinet has detailed so far appears to be made up entirely of Taliban members when the U. S had urged the group to be more inclusive in London. Simon Owen Fox News. Former president, Trump says he wanted to get out of Afghanistan. But the way the current administration handled it was quote the dumbest and most incompetent thing we've ever seen. He also talked about 2024 1st of all. I think everyone's going to be very happy. And you know you have certain restrictions. You can't talk about this or that, you know, very stupid legal restrictions. Very, very. The campaign. Financials are ridiculous. They're ridiculous, but I think everyone is going to be very happy Trump on the Dan Bongino show A new Tonight in the Iowa Des Moines Register is reporting that Former president will hold a rally in Iowa this fall on Wall Street. This hour, the Dow right now down 269 points the S and P 500 down 15 the NASDAQ Up 11 doubled your mail, traffic and weather Next Washington weather every 10 minutes every morning Storm Watch seven is tracking some showers and a few thunderstorms. O'Connor and companies not all politics, by.

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"269 points" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on WJR 760

"Do rubella. At my age rubella is still his hip is the jitterbug, which isn't hip anymore, Actually, thank you, Dr Fauci. That reminds me of a song. What is hip? I'm kidding. Should all you doubt is not come in and get them vexing. Please don't blame me when they fire, But I said just what I mean. Okay. Tony Fauci here on 7 60, W. J wjr, Detroit and W. DVD HD to Detroit. Great Voice of the Great Lakes. 7 60 wjr. Detroit comes to talk. It's terminals and industrial property sustain. No major damage. The caretaker government of Afghanistan has been announced in some faces are familiar to American authorities starting from the top. Mullah Hassan Hakuna is the new prime minister of Afghanistan. He's on the terror watch list. The new minister of the interior, for example, is a man named Sarah Houdin Hakani. He's got a $10 million bounty on his head by the United States for his involvement in a hotel attack in 2000 and eight as well as an assassination attempt on the former president of Afghanistan. Fox is trading in Doha. Qatar. The Haqqani network has been blamed for attacks in Kabul over the past two decades and for planning kidnapping is believed they are still holding an American contractor who's been missing since January. 2020 on Wall Street, the Dow lost 269 points, the NASDAQ gained 10 points reaching a new record. The S and P minus 15. America is listening to Fox News. Wjr traffic.

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"269 points" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Left Now, hundreds have been left behind. So what are we going to do to get him out? Coming up on the Ben Ferguson podcast this Week. We'll give you all the details of how you can help. So download the Ben Ferguson podcast right now. Partly mostly cloudy for this afternoon. Temperatures in the eighties with a chance for scattered showers and storms. Overnight showers and storms, ending some patchy fog after midnight, with lows in the sixties. Feeling hotter on Wednesday, a mixture of clouds and sunshine temperatures in the upper eighties still a chance for scattered storms in the afternoon. I'm w V R C first alert, Chief meteorologist West Wyatt for NewsRadio one. Oh 55 w E. R. C right now it's 85. Degrees at Birmingham's News, traffic and Weather Station News Radio one Oh 55 w we are see a statewide moment of silence to remember lives lost to covid. As well as people still battling it. The Alabama Hospital Association holding the event since the start of the pandemic, the deaths of more than 12,000 Alabamians have been linked to the virus. Authorities engaged in are investigating a deadly home invasion. Police say two people were shot and killed, but investigators remaining tight lipped about other details surrounding the crime. So far, no arrests. The Jefferson County coroner's office is asking for information. About four people who recently died in the county foul play is not suspected in any of the deaths. But the coroner's office says the bodies are ready to be released for burial, and the office has not been able to locate family on Wall Street. The Dow fell 269 points. I'm Jim Farraday. Next news at five more Sean in three minutes on NewsRadio one Oh 55 w e R c r comedian in chief, This is so distressing has dropped the ball one by one This has to end I am infuriated Calls for accountability are hurt And I am just living. I feel kind of helpless NewsRadio one Oh 55 w we are see According to research 82% of people remember radio ads. That means that 82% of you listening right now. Remember that this is an ad for Zip recruiter. If you're hiring.

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"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"But has signed into law an overhaul of the state's election rules following months of protests by Democrats. Governor Abbott says the new election law will bolster voter trust in the process. It ensures that every eligible voter will have the opportunity to vote. One way that it achieves. That is, it provides even more hours of time for people to be able to go cast their vote. Some elected Democrats fled the state, delaying a quorum for the voting bill before returning for the final balloting. They promised a challenge and in federal court, which some have done already American veteran groups and others are pleading for U. S action on a week long standoff that has left hundreds of would be evacuees from Afghanistan waiting to board charter flights out of a northern Afghan airport. The groups say. Several dozen Americans, along with a larger number of green card holders, and family members, are among those still waiting Tuesday for permission to board prearranged charter flights at the Mazar el Sharif airport in northern Afghanistan. U. S. Senator Bill Haggerty says the Biden administration has been trying to deflect blame for the Boche pullout from Afghanistan. From the very start. They've been spending this from the very beginning you you know, the the response has been to spend deflect to blame others, you know, Joe Biden says on one side of his mouth. The buck stops here than immediately begins to try to blame others. Haggerty appeared on the Salem Radio Network. President Biden is touring storm damage in New Jersey and New York and getting briefed by local and state officials. He says the losses in last week's storm are profound. Dozens of lost lives, homes destroyed and And Manville, including by gas leaks triggered by the flooding. Um, damaged infrastructure, including the rail system, and my thoughts are with all those families affected by the storms and all those families in the Los someone they loved on Wall Street. The Dow down by 269 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90 the answer. Time Saver Traffic sponsored by Angie Slow for the Blue Route North and 95 through media. Swarthmore also so contact up the ridge Pike South at Bluebird, Slow broomball. Through media Swarthmore Scougall Expressway. We have a jam up eastbound Montgomery down to university. Westbound side has been tough from university through the vine should expressed by also Boulevard. Past Belmont with an accident on the shoulder. Also tough north of 95. Columbus Boulevard. Up past Bridge Street. We have a closure. London Grove, Chester County South Down Route one between route 41 8 41 for an accident. Angie's.

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"269 points" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"269 points" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute stocks finished mixed The Dow down 269 points. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden will speak to the nation later this week about his plan to stop the spread of the Delta variant, As he has said since Day one, his administration will pull every lever to get the pandemic under control. And on Thursday he will let layout of six pronged strategy. The state of Idaho is activated some hospitals because of the coronavirus. Here's the A. P S. Rita Foley, public health leaders activated what are called crisis standards of care for the hospitals in the northern and north central part of Idaho because there are more coronavirus patients than the hospitals can handle. That means hospitals can now dedicate scarce resources like intensive care unit rooms to patients most likely to survive. Arizona's attorney general, says two songs Vaccine mandate for city employees is illegal. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed an executive order last month banning vaccine mandates. I'm Ed Donahue as he gets a firsthand look at Hurricane Ida's damage, President Biden is focusing on both short term relief and long term fixes. In New Jersey, where at least 27 people died due to either the president drove through a neighborhood with damaged furniture and other items stacked outside homes. The losses that we we witnessed today are profound, and he says more will come unless the nation acts. The president says. It's seeing climate change is affecting real time. With more frequent and ferocious storms, wildfires and the like Now is the time to invest in infrastructure to lessen climate changes impacts. We can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. SOCCER Megane Washington The covid surge in Idaho is forcing hospitals to make choices. There are so many patients with Covid 19, arriving at hospitals in northern Idaho and the north central part of the state that public health leaders are activating what's called crisis standards of care. That means.

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"269 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"269 points" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Dow was up 269 points so far today, NASDAQ is up 45 points while the S and P. 500 is up just under 22 points. I'm Jordan Burn Field on Chicago's very own 7 20 w g N 1 35 and advances here on W G. And, Hey, you just heard it in the news. The I G report is out. That's the watchdog on the Chicago Police Department. And they found that seven police officers are now facing the fire should face discipline for failure do their jobs that night when Superintendent, then Superintendent Eddie Johnson was slumped over the wheel on DH that whole incident that eventually led to him stepping aside from the soups job, and I guess the question here is what should have been done. How should this have been handled? And did those officers get what they deserve? Auras? Their being is an example. Making thing going on here. Let's ask Sergeant Pete and you offer great perspective on this because for years you were the guy or one of the guys. Who would be called when another officer heads found somebody who might be under the influence of fellow officer and it was you who would show up and and deal with this very kind of incident. Is that right? Yes, Yes. Um, It's a little more complicated. And then what people think of the pursing is the officers. They realized that if the superintendent and they suspect that he's under the influence, there's no proof. He said that he wass So what? What they should do is they call a supervisor. The supervisor then decides whether to detain the individual which, in this case they would have had to But now because he's the superintendent, usually a supervisor of above the rank of the person that there is called so they would notify the watch commander. Maybe they tell the commander I don't know, but they should call the street deputy that in the street Deputy would respond. Then he would call the I D and the internal of preservation would send somebody out. There's a list for call outs for all sorts of situations that involved, uh, city workers. But specifically for us. This cases police officers and we would then take over the investigation and give the orders and give the superintendent the order to perform the field sobriety, the regular sobriety test in the station. Then take the Breathalyzer and then come to a conclusion and a pain. A complaint register number. And all the people that were involved would be made to write reports or anybody that was at the scene would be told to write reports regarding the answer that look, they observed what they thought. And then the investigation would continue within the department within the internal Affairs Division. So in this case, you've got your boss That's there. Then there is the control of you. Your future and your career, so the blue shirts then when they have to go to a supervisor supervisor, his career's there, too. So everybody that Didn't make the outreach didn't make the decision to detain him didn't make the decision to call the street death. But he didn't make the decision to call the idee violated some rules and regulations, but the severity of the punishments you know, I don't know why the commander would get Well, I do know when you're exempt. Break your None of these goal in increments of seven days of 7 14 21, 28 or separation, whereas patrolman and everybody else is one day two day three days. So People just didn't do what they what they were. Thought and told him how to do it, But it's you know, I've never I've seen street Deputy's Get caught or, you know, exempt Brink members get caught. Being inebriated or violating rules or doing other things. And, um, we've we put some interest separation and some got big suspensions, and that's the way it should be handled. Describe for us what was on that body Cam because what we heard was that he cracked the window. Superintendent Johnson. And then he put his I d through. What did you see when you watch it in opened the windows so that you can't smell whether there's liquor or not, They don't know that He's Don't people say that while the film showed he consumed 10 drinks did he consume any alcoholic beverages? Did he consume you know for drinks and six of sprites or six? So the water's or whatever. So if there's not, you know a big issue. Ah, strong odor of alcohol. Or anything. Um, you know you have doubts, but The fact that they walked up on him and that he's behind the wheel of a car. Now you have to understand the Illinois law is If you're in a car and your inebriated, but you're just drunk and the car's not running the car's part, but you have the keys in your career and control that vehicle. You could be written for driving under the employees because you are in control of that vehicle. So him being asleep at the wheel. It should have kicked in of the general orders regarding quite this very procedures and special situations and all those things should have been done. Because he was the superintendent. It didn't go there. Fire. They didn't do that. And I don't know how far up the chain this wet didn't go to the commander. Did you know that? He say it'll go home? The big mistake is number one. If you're going to give him a pass. You have put him in your car. You're trying home and your partner drives this squad home. That's number one.

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