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Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Texas to lift statewide mask mandate

"Now at W b a P. 47 degrees Governor Greg Abbott is lifting covert 19 restrictions in Texas. It is now time to open Texas 100%. He says. As of next Wednesday, all taxes businesses can open a full capacity and credits the current downward metrics for his decision. He's also lifting the statewide mask mandate. Abbott says A county judge can implement capacity restrictions if the area's covert 19 hospitalization rate is above 15% for more than seven days, but no penalties could be forced were violating the policy. And his decision is being met with mixed emotions statewide, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says it's too soon he's urging North Texans to do

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Showers and Storms in Dallas This Weekend

Mark Levin

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Showers and Storms in Dallas This Weekend

"Maybe they're all just Cal Roberts tonight, showers and storms storms increasing increasing coverage. coverage. Those storms could a future some heavy rain, lightning and maybe even some small hail as well. All rain exits the areas we head into tomorrow morning, and your Friday will be cloudy and cool with highs in the upper fifties. Saturday. FUTURE some scattered showers. Maybe some storms highs in the upper sixties. Sunday will feature better chance for rain with highs in the mid to upper sixties light rain 47 degrees of DFW Airport.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"School community had a D w Catholic schools dot or g'kar, Jack Taylor deputy T o P. Traffic stone team forced truck bell. It is a bright morning, especially without sunlight, reflecting off the snow. We're loving that and fortune. It's not gonna be his windy today is it's been the last few days either still unnoticeable breeze this morning, but that wind will not be as much of a factor to deal with later into the afternoon. And, yes, we get to keep the blue skies all day long today, although there'll be a slight increase in high cloudiness late into the afternoon that cloud those clouds will eventually lead to a little rain chance for the first half of your Friday, but not for today. Today's sunny with a high of 47 degrees. Now the rain will be arriving here. Such as It'll be very light and very sporadic during the overnight hours. That seems a midnight and about noon or shortly after noon tomorrow, this because of the timing of it again, I keep a very close watch. Most of the Washington area areas east of the Blue Ridge will stay high enough above freezing where we won't need to worry about it. I'll just be a cold light rain tomorrow morning, however, where the cold Air is trapped in some of those sheltered valleys west of the Blue Ridge. We'll have to watch this out, and there's no advisory yet they may have to use To a freezing rain or freezing drizzle advisory for parts of the I 81 corridor early tomorrow again. Nothing out there just yet. We'll watch it for you. Just in case by tomorrow afternoon, it'll all be nothing but a memory. Southwest winds tomorrow will bring temperatures even with no sunshine. Tomorrow, it'll be a warmer day into the low fifties. And the good news about the weekend forecast. It's gonna be dry now, both days and the Arctic air that was expected to arrive early next week is running behind schedule so it will not arrive until probably Wednesday of next week. That means mid forties and sunshine for your Saturday on around 50 degrees coming up on Sunday. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T O P. And that sunshine we've got 31 now outside of our studios, brought to you by Lin, The plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. 9 21 do police. Officers belong in Montgomery County schools. Tonight, residents and advocates will get a chance to sound off during a public hearing. The county Council is holding on a bill that would abolish the school Resource officer program tonight, The Montgomery County Council.

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Chicago Weather: Sunny, Breezy Day Ahead

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Sunny, Breezy Day Ahead

"Degrees. There's a Southwest wind. 13 Miles an hour feels like temperature. That's a 24. Put on a wind gust er in the day not gonna be real windy but windy enough that Southwest wind here sustained winds about 10 to 20 miles an hour and the winds make justice high is 30 35 to 40 Miles an hour South Bend. There's a call for comes true tonight that a shift around to the Northwest temperature wise it is 32 Chicago South Bend, 34 Terror out 37 degrees Muncie and 40 degrees down and Evansville Windshields for the most part in the twenties. It feels like 24 degrees here in 22 in coca most so we head to the day today, Not a bad day. Sunshine and breezy eight o'clock 32 by noon 45 o'clock temps Here all the way up Driver on 47 degrees on storm tracker. Not much going on here is pretty quiet down to the south can see a little bit of rain and snow across parts of the Tennessee Valley. Sally Picture Dachau Pierce guys from here, back out across much of Illinois, So stay with us a little bit, but time or about today, the best day of the week. We are tracking

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Get by without delay, 66 doing all right so far, and 3 95 95 each is quiet at least as far south as Fredericksburg, Bob GOP traffic and let's head on over to storm team for the Weekend forecast from Chuck Bella Storm down across parts of North Carolina is going to be moving out to sea, and instead of coming up the coast, it's going to move straight away from the coast. That means we will not need to worry about a big winter storm around here at all. We could get a couple of flurries today, but that's going to be just about it and is that storm pulls out to the open waters of the Atlantic tomorrow, the Northwest wind behind it will increase so cloudy and cold with a flurry today highs in the upper thirties to around 40. Stay cloudy this evening called the start to break up a little bit after midnight And then tomorrow we'll be in the Middle Upper twenties on Saturday morning. Tomorrow's high only between about 42 44 degrees, But Windchills tomorrow will stay in the mid thirties. Sunday and Monday look much nicer. Not much of a wind. Plenty of sunshine highs Sunday and Monday up around 47 degrees. I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Belford. W T. O P. It's gray out there we have 31 degrees in buoy 36 in Annapolis and 37 d c w T o p A 2 30 this'll is w t O p Your resource for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W T o p Never miss a moment. W T O P s TOP news is brought to you by van Meter Homes Find a home That's right for you at Van Meter Homes calm. Good afternoon. I'm Schoening.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"47 degrees in Buckeye. Coronavirus in Arizona. In the last month and a half federal agents have stopped more than 200,000 fakes surgical masks from reaching US hospitals. About half of those were seized at Phoenix Sky Harbor, Airport, U. S Customs and Border protection officers and Homeland Security investigations. Special agents determined the N 95 masks were fake. All together. The 200,000 counterfeit masks are worth more than a million dollars. Grizzled the city No Katya or New small, too. Po Valley Hospitals have been turning away emergency transports because of an influx of coronavirus patients. But the former head of Arizona's Health Department says reaching that point was avoidable. Will humble, executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association says many weeks ago I would have put in a statewide face covering mandate that was enforceable on businesses, not individual so that we could have gotten much better compliance in public spaces, he adds. Enforcement of mitigation strategies would also be much stricter, mean 11. Enforcement actions in the course of three months in tens of thousands of businesses. That's no enforcement at all. Humble says. The inaction from state leaders has led us to where we are today. Gabriel Dominion. Okey tr news. 2020 wasn't what anyone expected. But it's not all bad. Kelsey Dickerson is with the Arizona Humane Society. Asshole. Endemic has actually helped our process of adoptions in a weird roundabout way, and we're just really happy with it. She says. When the pandemic hit, they went from four adoption locations to just one. But she tells Katie are their adoption numbers are still 86% of the normal amount. She credits their new virtual matchmaking adoption program. Find out more about it at AZ humane dot or g'kar. New developments in the discovery of human remains found in several locations north of the Valley. A Scottsdale man has been arrested after you have a Pike County sheriff's investigators connected him to the body parts found by hunters and woodcutters near press Kit Walter Mitchell owned a recently closed business in Seattle. The manage cadavers for research. Mitchell has been booked for knowingly moving a dead human body with the intent to abandon it. Luke forced her Katya our news. It appears a 20 year old cold case has been solved. But Phoenix police believe there may be more victims. DNA's matched 53 year old Lance Ray. 23 sexual assaults of teen boys in the murder of one of them. That's just the beginning of it. The partnership between Peoria, FBI and Phoenix led us to going up to Indiana, where he was booked for the two sexual assaults. Commander Ed DeCastro says, asked you to come forward if you are a victim or have any information well, law enforcement was apparently warned more than a year ago about the Nashville R V bomber, according to a Metro Nashville police report obtained by ABC News, A woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. Report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside. But they reported there were several security cameras and wires attached to an alarm sign at the front. In a statement, police said at no time was there any evidence of a crime detected and no additional action was taken. Lionel Boys, ABC News, Katya, Our news time is 807. And if you have to hit the road sounds like right now is the time to do a detour. Dan is in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center on Lee one wreck a wreck to report right now, Right? That's the case. Although.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"But rain along the coast 47 degrees for Seattle. At your national Weather Forecast. George Brown, NBC news radio. Record number of Americans are in the hospital fighting the corona virus more than 121,000 Americans. According to the COVA tracking project. Emergency rooms in Los Angeles County are diverting patients elsewhere. The CDC is changing its guidance on covert vaccines, telling people who've had a severe allergic reaction to an ingredient in it, not to get it. New York City is getting ready for a pandemic, baby boom o B G Y N Zor Poised to deliver a bumper crop of pandemic baby's starting next month. Patrice Polzer recently delivered and says she knows a lot of soon to be mothers say You know what? We're just like, try to pull the trigger now, because why? What else are we gonna do? North? Well, Health is anticipating a 2 to 3% increase in births, not just in the city but on Long Island and in Westchester Health updates. Sara Lee Kessler, NBC news radio. Be queer, but enough. It's on herself. I mean, he's a lame duck. It's over. He lost. He's got like we have to kind of it kind of stopped to say like it's an hour and 20 minutes into the show. And Matt is the first time you mentioned the name Joe Biden was mentioned. Enough with Donald Trump. Great. He's done. He lost and we the media have to be a bit disciplined and not continue to just cover this jerk every time there's this flatulence. Every time there's this flatulence. You're referring to the president of the United States. These people really have lost it. And you know, it's amazing to me is there supporting Joe Biden, a guy who has obvious cognitive issues? A guy who really does have difficulty And a guy who didn't campaign because they knew he had a problem. And they just can't. They can't deal with it. So I just had to share that with you. That was from morning, Joe. I think that was yesterday morning. Also surprising to me. The Democrats were having money troubles. Have some pretty serious money troubles in Georgia, where they have raised all this money for these runoff elections, and now they're telling everyone that they're out of money. Last night. John Assaraf, whose name just sounds like someone's cursing all the time to me, John Aas off Don't be in a soft John Asaf was on CNN, and he used his timeto ask for Mork campaign funds. They're launching lawsuit after lawsuit and for us to mount the kind of turnout effort that we must for us to be prepared for the litigation that's necessary to defend the franchise. We need help. It's elect John elect jailing dot com and I'm asking folks to invest in voter protection here. So this CNN anchor even said You guys raised all this money and no one has the courage, I guess to ask the question. Why should we give you all this money? If you can't even manage campaign funds. You know the Democrats. They're just gonna think they can throw money at every problem and they're a couple of Republicans who think the same way too, But I just think it's an absolute amazing story. That they have spent. $200 million already since the election. And there's a week to go before the runoff. And they are claiming poverty. They're claiming that they're being outspent by the GOP, even though they have raised more money than the Republicans. This is going to be an amazing week ahead of us. We're going to hear things. Stacey Abrams has already out there telling everybody that the GOP can't win unless they keep blacks from voting. They play the race card at every turn. And when you're playing the race card, it's because you're not able to talk about policy. You're not able to talk about the actual things that matter when you want someone to be your elected representative, I'm just telling you pay attention. We live in very interesting times, possibly even some of the most historic times. Ever. Michael Palka, and for Buck Sexton on the Buck Sexton show, we'll be right back. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A number of law enforcement officers dying this year is now double what it was in 2019. My heart breaks for anyone who lost their beloved hero this year. And I have been to far too many law enforcement funerals. This must stop. We must them the tide, and there's good reason to have hope, Florida Attorney general. Actually, Moody says the vaccine rollout will help protect frontline police officers knew vaccination sites are opening in Lake in Brevard County's.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Sea route to 95 Dave Tilden. W T o P. TRAFFIC. All right, Dave Storm T four meteorologist Matt Ritter, a powerful storm system heading our way for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, becoming breezy and cloudy tonight, with temperatures holding in the upper thirties to mid forties, rising into the upper fifties to load a bit sixties tomorrow during the day. Some showers in the morning, becoming periods of heavy rain during the afternoon and the evening a flash flood watch will start at 1 P.m.. And then the rain will end shortly after midnight, then Christmas day during the day makes a clouds and sunshine blustery and much colder with some passing flurries. Chapters we falling into the forties and thirties. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter 47 right now in Rosslyn and Farragut Square. It's also 47 degrees in Laurel, Maryland. Temperatures tonight dipping down into the upper thirties and mid forties brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D. C. Metro area medical centers. W T OBY Now it 4 41. And we continue to follow breaking news for you on w T. O P A Prince George's County Circuit Court judge ruling today. That the county's endured dining ban is legitimate and can stand. The judge ruling that the Prince George's County dining band for indoors is the legitimate public interest to save lives. Washington Post says This is just one of three suits that the restaurant Association of Maryland has filed. The other suits were filed in Montgomery County and in Baltimore City, and we're still awaiting word on those verdicts. But again, Ah Prince George's County circuit judge upholding that counties indoor dining ban. All three cases are being heard today. The judge's ruling differing from a decision from an Anna Rondell Circuit court judge who last week Granted a temporary restraining order that allowed restaurants to continue indoor dining until December. 28th when they'll hold another hearing. We will bring you more information as soon as we get it. We want to remind you that there are some new closures taking effect this evening because of the pandemic in D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's newest coronavirus restrictions go into effect tonight at 10 just.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Again. Hi near 41 right now. It's a different story in downtown Manhattan. It is 47 degrees. It Appears to be lightly raining here in downtown Manhattan. At the moment, Stay tuned. It looks like we have NPR back on the satellite, so we'll get right to that. You are listening to all things Considered on W N Y. C. It's just about 504. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the violence in Afghanistan is still in his words unacceptably high. Made the comments even as he expressed hopes for progress from a peace process just getting underway. We have an update from NPR's Michele Kelemen. Pompeo tells the security conference that he met recently with Taliban in Afghan negotiating teams and raised concerns about the ongoing clashes. The violence levels can continue all these negotiations go on, it won't work. So we've asked all of them to stand back and indeed standing down in that respect. I hope we can begin to start to address some of the front end issues about a cease fire here before too long. The Afghan government and the Taliban agreed earlier this week on the rules and procedures for their negotiations. Pompeo calls the deal preliminary but important, His envoy is back in the region to try to build on it. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Now to Southern California, where powerful Santa Ana winds have calmed little, but not enough to stop several fires from continuing to spread. In Orange County. One fire forced thousands of people from their homes to firefighters were injured. In the United Kingdom regulators air, pushing back against criticism that they acted too quickly in authorizing a covert 19 vaccine for emergency use. The government says it closely reviewed the data and has concluded that the vaccine's safe and effective UK health officials are launching a media blitz to fight this information and reassure skeptical public. The Dow has closed up 248 points to end the day at 30,218. I'm Laxmi Singh, NPR knees Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include a TNT committed to keeping students and teachers connected. 18 T has connected over 200 million students with tools and technology for distance learning. Maura at 18 t.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We've got 47 degrees at five o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney Governor Murphy for the second straight day, reporting a record number of new covert cases in New Jersey. Today's number is 5673 with 48 additional deaths. Murphy is asking for people to hang in there and help stop the spread because, he says, the vaccine is on the way. We hope to have the governor He is failing to appear on our machine here we'll press on. Murphy is telling Florida congressman of it is. Is it going to simply vanish just because there are vaccine doses in a freezer? Waiting for distribution man. Murphy is telling Florida Congressman Matt Gates. He's not welcome back in New Jersey after pictures emerged of him at a crowded mask free event in Jersey City, Governor Murphy showed off a photo of gates amid a group of people who weren't wearing masks. The Florida Rep was reportedly a featured speaker at the Young Republicans of New York event. That guy in the middle of the tall, handsome fella in the gray suit that is representative Matt Putts. Sorry, Matt Gates. It is obvious being a knucklehead is not beyond the pale for him. Gates fired back on Twitter, saying Murphy would be sorry for saying that when he moved to Florida, like he says, the rest of New Jersey is doing James Flippen. W. O. R News, FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Hahn said to meet December 10th with an advisory panel regarding the fires of vaccines application for emergency use authorization. Han says he expects the process to move quickly. I'm feeling pressure from the urgency of the situation and the thought that we have a significant pandemic in this country. That's where the pressure is coming from. And I totally understand, including from the president from the administration from Capitol Hill for the American public, the need for us to move expeditiously. The fires of accident already has emergency approval in the UK White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says Operation Warp speed in the vaccines that are coming are due in large part to the leadership of President Trump. Show me.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Arlington, it is 47 degrees Chilean finances so just dropped a 39 degrees and Leesburg 43 degrees. All right, Brianna 6 10, now the universe. City of Maryland will return to online learning following the Thanksgiving break after the fall session Welcome 22,000 students to campus. A few of those students are facing possible discipline for failing to meet the school's covert testing requirements. 150 students who were on campus this fall have been summoned to the conduct office. The school says students who did not fulfill their covert testing requirements, received two warning letters and must meet with the student conduct staff to determine if they violated the testing regimen. The school offered free testing for students, faculty and staff this fall. Seeing testing is a critical tool in reducing this part of the disease, particularly on O w T O P news. With fewer passengers in the skies, retailers and restaurants are struggling at airports it be Wi Marshall, the once busy silver diner location has seen business dwindle and its losses are expected to reach a million dollars this year. Really 1/4 of its pre covert 19 workforce has been laid off The Baltimore Sun reports. Most other be Wi tenants find themselves in similar straits is passenger traffic has plummeted. The airport's passenger count for September was down 60% compared to last year. Shops have gotten short term help from the airport. But with air travel not expected to fully recover for 2 to 4 years, 10 and say they need more long term intervention from the state to survive. Former NFL star Michael Vick has agreed to begin shipping away at a nearly $2 million judgment against him. In a Montgomery County Circuit Court hearing this month. Lawyers committed to trimming the debt to about $1.3 million if a $100,000 payment is received by March. 1st. The Washington Post reports a group of business executives that originally fronted Vic $400,000 under an agreement to receive up to three years of Vicks earnings. In court filings leading up to the hearing, an attorney for Vic blasted the egregious terms of the deal, which included Late fees penalties of $5000 a day. A lawyer for the business executives responded by saying that Vic knew exactly what he signed up for and ignored his obligations while living a quote life of abundance. Carroll County Public schools has almost 800 fewer students enrolled this year compared to last almost 25,000 kids go there, The Baltimore Sun reports because of the funding formula in place. A drop in enrollment could mean a drop in funding from the county government that could run into the millions. The sixth grade class saw the biggest decline in enrollment. The next highest drop was seen in high school juniors. School leaders attribute a lot of it to the pandemic. Students are struggling in Fairfax County compared the last year the number of kids getting F's on their report cards. Is up 83% concerning across the board is how the school systems report characterizes the universal trend of more failing marks among Fairfax County students. The number of middle school students, for example, getting two or more D's or efs is up by 167% High schoolers with report card showing to arm or D's or efs up by 39% System's superintendent Scott Bray. Brand tells w. T O p. Many students who are doing well prior to the pandemic continue to do well in challenges continue for students who have Been struggling before they're being identified by name and need and work is underway on specific interventions to support them. As the system faces back to in person Learning Christi King W. T O P knows the largest indoor ski resort in the country, maybe coming to Fairfax County. The county partnered with Alpine X and will build on top of the Lord and Landfill, which closed down two years ago. On Emory with Alpine ex says the resort will include restaurants, a ski shop, hotel and other activities. For those who aren't experts. Here's not everybody's gonna want to speak, so we want to have enough activities for a group to come out. Get together, have a bite. Have a drink? Have a good time together. Emery says The proposed $200 million facility will offer inexpensive activities in an effort to be affordable to everyone. Activists have voiced concerns about the resorts. Environmental impact, However, the company says it will reuse energy from snow production to reduce their carbon footprint. Andrea Cameron w T o P News 6 14 ever notice that sometimes clouds look like dragons or Madonna ever noticed TV shows about celebrities are really just stories about life. Why is that Well rials has everything.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning expressways looking good and around downtown. We see a good ride on the lower deck in the second bridge. Not much of a problem for the lever connector. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the threes. AccuWeather forecast, with Dean DeVore calling for Some son. Some clouds and it should be very warm. Especially for this final week of November. Temps between 55 60 degrees clears out tonight it will be chilly. Thirties, and some of the inland spots 42 in Boston and then for the weekend looks just nice. Just chilly Sunshine. 55 Saturday Sunshine 50 on Sunday. Rain comes in later in the day on Monday. It looks like it could be a real soaker Monday into Tuesday, right now in Boston, a cloud cover and we're at 47 degrees. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ Muse radio. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here are the five things you need to know. At 9 15 3 people killed across the state of Massachusetts and car crashes over the holiday. NASA says it has had its busiest year for space launches since the 19 nineties. Leeson Wall FAM looking for someone who keeps attacking city residents at random. Eight people have been attacked thus far. More than 5000 people still without power in California because of high winds in their forecast. The oldest public school football rivalry right here in New England. You go back to 18 82. When Needham and Wellesley first played football against one another on Thanksgiving Day as WBZ TV Steve Burton tells us that didn't happen this year. The sights and sounds of Thanksgiving Day for the pregame huddles and the fans are fired up Thanksgiving.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You by Phoenix Rescue mission. This Thanksgiving Hungry neighbors need your help. Just a dollar. 92 provides the meaning of those who need it. Most give today at Phoenix rescue mission dot org's Deter Nan Kay churn is All right. Looking at you're a turkey day forecast 72 with sunny skies. It's the same stories today by the way, Sonny and 70 to look for an overnight low tonight with clear skies of 47 degrees. Your weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether Replace or repair call Howard Air Arizona's Morning News news flash at 6 43. I'm Peter's same or and Here's what you need to know right now empty terminals and short lines because of the Corona virus pandemic at Sky Harbor Airport. Passenger sees this as a good time to fly. They feel safe. Those who lack mandatory masks can buy them and other peopie from vending machines. A teenager is under arrest. Phoenix police say several boys were playing with a gun near 83rd Avenue and Indian School Road. It went off, seriously wounding a 14 year old boy after the shooting. Police say the 16 year old boy the suspect, holding the gun, committed armed robbery and stole a car. He's in jail. Remember Paul Peterson, the former Maricopa County assessor who pleaded guilty to running in the legal adoption practice with babies from the Marshall Islands. Prosecutors in Arkansas want to put him behind bars for 10 years. He'll be sentenced next week. Peterson faces similar prison terms for crimes in Arizona and Utah. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station, Katie our news. Sharper point commentary presented by Schwartz Laser Eye Center. This is something your family had laying around. And maybe you and your family found. This is funny is we do With our kids when they were really young. We snapped hilarious pictures of them on Santa's lap, not hilarious because they tugged on Santa's beard to see if it was real. Not amusing because Santa had a quizzical look on his face wondering why kids were asking for a piece of tech that he'd never heard of. No, they were gut busting funny for a reason that some people might find mean. Screaming two year olds freaked out by Santa doesn't make it seem less mean that the kid's now think those pictures are hilarious, too. I mean, here's a guy who will be delivering them the presence of their dreams at no cost to them whatsoever. You'd think they'd want to show nothing but appreciation is opposed to absolute terror. With a five and a seven year old at home. Now, the Santa Pictures are different, mainly by being toddler terror free. Then this year's Santa Picture saw a return of fear not in the form of screaming Children on the lap of the jolly old Elf, but because the jolly old Elf's lap was unavailable this year I appreciate the innovation and you really can't see it in our faces. But I hope the socially distant Santa picture will only exist. This year. I posted it on my Facebook page. My wife, my two little daughters, and I appear to be hanging over the front of Santa's sleigh, and he's sitting wayward a in the back. It's a nice optical illusion, suggesting that Santa's sleigh must be like 20 ft. Long. And for those who were there, a reminder that we didn't get close to Santa on that day, because we're living in the middle of a pandemic. But that doesn't mean that this year off the most unusual holidays we will ever spend needs to be completely different. Tomorrow will seem very weird with only the people in our household celebrating Thanksgiving together, But I still have plenty to be thankful for, especially when I think about the topics we discussed this morning on Arizona's morning news. A massive number of potential evictions and foreclosures in the Phoenix metro area. Some of the worst numbers in the country could be coming our way over the next month and a half and how poorly students are doing with online on Lea learning. Ask him when the heck is there to be thankful for? Well. In our house. My wife and I have remained fully employed during the coronavirus era. We have a house and we have food to put on that, albeit much smaller Thanksgiving table. And while our kids aren't doing great with online learning we have the resource is to make that experience the best it can be. And as we learned this morning, the students who are faring the worst are those who are English language learners and those who come from low socio and economic households. I guess this thanks that I'll be giving tomorrow. For all the great things we have needs to manifest itself over the holiday season. When I need to make sure others get a little closer to the great life. I have Given thanks. This weekend should lead to giving over the next month and a half, at least for us. Katya our news time. It's 6 47 Time for entertainment News with Stacy Brooks. That's brought you by Bob if I.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rematch of the 2019 A F C divisional clash at 28 12, Tennessee upset The Ravens are favored by five points he over under 49 a half now the exclusive Wcbm Weather Channel forecast looking weekend to get outside with plenty of sunshine and mild weather to start and even by Sunday when it cools down were dry 64 today some clouds tomorrow 66. Sunday's cloudy and cooler 55 9 meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talk Radio. 6 80 Wcbm. Is your car ready for winter? Make sure you and your family are safe with a car care experts at auto stream car care centers from oil changes The factory scheduled maintenance and major repairs. Auto stream is the home of a lifetime warranty with six locations. The serve you visit out of string car care, calm today, and power plant lives in Baltimore 47 degrees 53 in Haverty Grace. Reporting a 9 34 on Michael Phillip l e 6 80 Wcbm news. Do you think all vitamin C's of the same They're not, Esther See is a superior form of vitamin C. It's the only vitamin C with 24 hour immune support, and it lasts up to two times longer than regular vitamin C. So don't just settle for any vitamin C by Esther See and support your immune health. Today, they statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat cure or prevent any disease. Meet Ingrid. Fiery spirit carrying Grandma Proud trucker. I loved more than four million miles. You much trouble if people.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 47 degrees in Lincoln 48 degrees in Woodland. NEWS 93.1 KFBK, California polls are now open and this morning, many Sacramento businesses are boarded up in the event of unrest tonight. Here's KFBK is Marshall Benson. Businesses in downtown Sacramento spent Monday by boarding up their storefront and windows and preparation for election result riots. The downtown area has already been hit several times this year and protests and like many other cities across the nation are protecting their businesses by having crews put up temporary plywood to keep away would be Vandals and looters. The previous protests from the death of George Floyd ended up costing Sacramento more than $10 million in broken glass and cleanup efforts. Marshall Benson He's 93.1 kfbk governors across the country are calling on the National Guard to help in case there is an election unrest. KFBK correspondent Matt Matt Johnson has more on that President. Trump has said he might not accept the results if he loses. Massachusetts is preparing by putting 1000 guard members on standby. In Oregon. It's an unspecified number as the Portland area is under a state of emergency through Wednesday, trucks were spotted moving into Illinois with the guard. They're only saying they're in a state of readiness, and Alabama and Arizona will share a quick response unit created with 600 soldiers who could be sent to other states as well. I'm at Madison today, Election observers will be placed in polling places to make sure everything runs smoothly. KFBK Aubrey Aquino has Mohr on who may be watching all eyes are on the 2020. Election and election observers at the Poles or keeping careful tabs on the ballots being cast. Jesse Silliness is the Yellow County registrar of voters who have heard through the grapevine that there is an interest in wanting to observe the locations so they could show up there at these locations. Not during the voting period and observed that is allowed and permitted to, he says. Paul watching is open to the public and often includes campaign or political parties. Also, advocates for the disabled community in language groups as well, and all observers must comply with strict guidelines for signing in wearing an ID and behavior, along with social distancing and other covert safety precautions, all Ricky no news 93.1 Cave became coming up at 8 15. We'll chat a little bit more with Aubrey Aquino and how that's all going with the poll watchers. In other news this morning Justice The Cockney Barret now hearing cases on the U. S. Supreme Court If the case Tom Roberts has details the new high Court justice her two cases on Monday and one involved a Freedom of Information Act dispute. Others on the court's docket this week included case involving foster child placements through Catholic social services in Philadelphia. Next week, Justices will hear arguments over the affordable care act or Obama care, Terry MORE news 93.1 KFBK. Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories.

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New documents reveal chaos behind Trump's family separation policy

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

New documents reveal chaos behind Trump's family separation policy

"Committee finds the Trump Administration's family separation policy that the U. S border proceeded Despite early chaos. WXYZ Beth Fertig has more Democrats say the documents reveal reckless incompetence and intentional cruelty. They showed the administration developed its family separation policy in February of 2017 to deter migrants from crossing the border. The pilot program started in El Paso. But even though officials discovered they couldn't track all the separated parents and Children, they expanded the policy in May of 2018. Hundreds of kids were sent sent to to New New York. York. Two Two months months later, later, a a federal federal judge judge ordered ordered the the administration administration to to reunify reunify the the families. families. This This month, month, the the administration administration acknowledged acknowledged it it hasn't hasn't been been able able to to locate locate the parents of 545 Children. Rain tonight. Breezy to temperatures in the mid forties and rain tomorrow morning. We'll see high tomorrow about 47 degrees. It's for 35. Support for NPR comes from from member member

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"47 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With a high of 54 degrees. It is 47 degrees right now. News service of carrie automotive dot com. There are power problems and prices this morning because of that accident to Chuck just mentioned in traffic about 2800 homes in West Price Hill in the dark after a van took out power lines on Warsaw. Duke Energy is working on the repairs. Teenagers dead after a shooting last night in South Commons Ville victim was shot several times on Bickle Avenue. He's been identified as 19 year old Devon Lips come. No arrests have been made yet. Vote on the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court happens today in the Senate. Democratsfailure attempt yesterday to try and put it on the Republican led Senate voting to shut down a Democratic filibuster and move toward the final step of Barrett's confirmation. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer blasting Republicans for pushing ahead so close to the election, confirming a lifetime appointment this late into a presidential election season is outrageous. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell senator doing there right full Senate vote on Barrett's nomination is expected Monday. Margaret Malard. ABC News early Voting Hours to be extended in Ohio Starting today. Board of Elections offices will be open from eight until seven o'clock in the evening each day through Friday. Already a record number of people voted early across the country in this election showers in the tristate scattered about today. Cool temperatures to start the week. You're forecasters next seven WW news times 6 34 If you think we're just four wheels and a group, think again, the Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding the perfect balance between.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Currently 47 degrees today will be our last day of the week in the seventies for the high right around 73 10th step a little lower tomorrow we'll get into the forties. Right now, on Colorado's morning news one mile from my woods on like that's when I'm like this is really most of Grand Lake in that area evacuated this morning after the East Troublesome fire blew up late yesterday, scorching land at a rate of about 6000 acres per hour. Grand County Sheriff Brits. Fruitland gave an update so late last night via social media. The winds were strong fire behavior was strong. It was a challenging day. As we drive around this northern part of Grand County. I don't know what we'll see in the morning to be honest, the fire currently at about 40,000 acres after yesterday's massive growth, the Red Cross, of course on hand, helping out those evacuees. K away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with that side of the story. April is fastest people were high, tailing it out of Grand Lake. There's many lending a hand, I saw police running up to people's front doors, knocking and giving them the evacuation information. And, of course, the Red Cross readyto help. We're asking anyone who needs somewhere to go right now. Please go to the inn at Silver Creek. There We have Red Cross volunteers. We're going to be able to help support you with anything that you need. Whether that's lodging for the evening. We can help with medication supplies. Report. Obviously Andrea Carlson last night from the Red Cross, who spoke with our partners at Fox 31 also seeing pictures of lines at gas stations, people filling up their pact SUVs, which were caked with dirt Red Cross reporting, hundreds have shown up at the evacuation side in Granby. And as usual, we're doing an incredible job. Chuck Clark away NewsRadio. We're hearing the harrowing stories from those who were evacuated from the region as the Flames approach late yesterday. This woman says she's prepping for the absolute worst case scenario. It's everything that you've worked for, maybe maybe gone, everything that you put into it like your whole life. She's a teacher in the area crews prepared to head out today to see if they're able to survey all the damage. As you can imagine. There's a major road closures in the area. Kaylie News Radio's John Morrissey has more on that. As these troublesome fire roared to life. Last night, officials had to quickly closed most of the highways just west of Grand Lake, including highway 40 between hot Sulphur Springs. Sent us 30 for us. 34 close between us 40 and Grand Lake and Highway 1 25 closed near grand be north of US 40 Willow Creek past the Westside of Rocky Mountain National Park also closed visitors. I'm John Morrissey. Daily News, Radio 8 50 AM and 90 for what family and due to that call would fire in Boulder County officials issued an evacuation order for lions parkas states yesterday afternoon. Boulder County Division Chief Mike Wagner did have deputies.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Give you a $75 credit. Your first sponsor job posted indeed dot com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. Rob Tackle disease traffic on the three is Actually the forecast called Bobinsky says the rain will continue this morning. It will be windy and chilly, but it gets a lot better later. Sunshine and attempts later today to the mid and upper fifties, clears out tonight 41 in Boston. Go down to the freezing mark in some of the suburbs tomorrow. Really Nice, Sunny and jai near 60 right now. Rain heavy in a lot of areas and we're at 47 degrees. This's W B Z news radio 10 30 Where the news watch never stops. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here are the five things you need to know. It's 6 15. Early voting starts this weekend in Massachusetts for 2.5 weeks before the November 3rd presidential election. Boston public schools again delaying the next phase of in person learning for students in pre K through grade three. To October 29th at the earliest. 702 new confirmed a corona virus cases 30 additional deaths recorded yesterday in Massachusetts. And a drop off in air travel. Has Massport facing a worse than anticipated $400 million budget gap over the next three years. We'll have more on that story coming up in just a couple of minutes. U S attorney's office releasing evidence in its case against six men charged and applaud to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer w W M TVs Andrew Feather looking through the evidence, guns, tactical training and surveillance of the governor's vacation home. And more than 20 exhibits. The U. S government lays out its case against five men facing federal charges for their role in an alleged plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer and overthrow the Michigan government. Video's often collected by confidential sources and undercover agents give a behind the scenes look at the alleged plot, the FBI's case agent testified. This video is collected during a field training exercise where the kidnapping plot was discussed. The feds say these video show two of the alleged conspirators showing how good they are at rapid re loading rifles, which an agent testified is only necessary. If you believe you'll be in a gun battle, Michigan has been a hot spot for disagreements over shutdowns..

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To you whether you stop by your local Napa auto parts store and Napa Auto care Center or vision app online. You can count on that, but know how rob tackling diseases traffic on the threes. Now let's check the AccuWeather forecast. It's gonna be windy and chilly this morning with rain and some clouds that will give way to some sunshine reaching high 57 degrees, dropping down to his lowest 32 degrees in some suburbs Tonight, 41 is low in the city tomorrow. Mostly sunny, high only region near 60 degrees Monday, a high of 64. Tuesday will bump up to 67, but we could see a shower in spots during the afternoon. Checking the region right now. 48 in Abington 47. In Jamaica Plain is 44 in national in Hampshire, 47 degrees with rain, fog and mist in the city of Boston. This's W B Z news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. And good Saturday morning. Thanks So much for tuning in. I'm Sherry small here. The five things you need to know if I 45 early voting starts this weekend in Massachusetts. The FBI, Better Business Bureau and cyber security experts warning voters about online fraud schemes that aim to steal their personal and financial information. Congressman Joe Kennedy pays back $1.5 million that he says was improperly spent during his failed run for the U. S. Senate. Massachusetts.

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"47 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"47 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A good morning. Welcome 5 29 Right now in your 29th of September and Tuesday Appreciate you starting in here on news ain't everything you need to know to start the day off correctly. Traffic and weather coming at you in the next couple of minutes. Randy Hollis, is that correct? 44 degrees right now you see nothing and hear Wait till later this week, Especially it comes Saturday morning, but Chilly start, but it is fall and you know we're transitioning into a different season here. So it is right outside, which I got some of the rainfall totals yesterday. Not a lot of rains. Guys right now I'm mostly clear 45 degrees in a life Southwest Wind six miles an hour. The pollen tracker No changed in the last umpteen days or so tree pile in low grass and ragweed here that's into the medium category. Temperature's a lot of forties on the map, Lafayette Kocaman 47 degrees 43. Terror and 49 in Muncie. Bust Out forecast today You need a life jacket. Clear Skies by six o'clock 45 7 o'clock 44 o'clock this morning temperature and 43 degrees Charge Bradley A quiet day some Sunshine South Bend, 62, Chicago 64. Little warmer in Evansville temperature and 60 70. Gray's storm tracker radar Pretty quiet out there really not a whole lot going on as high pressure builds in that is going to keep us nice, quiet and dry could see some clouds this afternoon. There's a chance of a Sprinkle of north but other than that here really no big deal. So stay with us a little bit more, buddy. Cool fall like day. We are tracking the coal for coming on down and 40 years ago today. Was it a big storm? No was. It may be a lot of rain. No, nothing to do with weather here Stuff 40 years ago today I'll tell you more about that. I think I might know. I'm not gonna say anything. But I think I might know already. If you tell me yesterday, you did. I know it. Traffic watch this.

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