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"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"Com get the best value for your car in a safe environment of a new dealership fits by his cars dot com. That's the Fitz way. I'm jokowi WTO traffic. Thanks, Joe. WTO P meteorologist Mike stenner looking at the weather radar looks like most of the real bad weather right now is south of us. Yeah, we've actually got that squall line that's running along the I 95 corridor in between Baltimore and Washington. This has been Gus up to 40 to 50 miles an hour and some brief heavy rainfall just across 95 now and heading toward Glenn Bernie and it's going to track right down route 50 and to hit the buoy area that applies in the next 20 or 30 minutes. And we're also seeing some showers and storms stretching from the district westward along I 66. So we'll keep it a close eye on this band. One more band off to the west and we'll start to clear this afternoon the wind is going to really pick up as the sky is clear. We start to see some sunshine later this afternoon partly to mostly sunny skies, a high in the low to mid 80s, risk of a thunderstorm after 5 o'clock, which could be severe with its gust over 60 miles an hour this afternoon, especially between about three this afternoon and 9 o'clock this evening. Risk of a storm this evening overnight clearing and windy colder, Carlos upper 30s to mid 40s, lots of sunshine, breezy and cooler on Sunday with highs in the 50s to lower 60s. And right now, Dan, we have a temperature of 65 at Oregon national. Thank you, Mike, the weather brought to you by long fence, save 20% on long fence, Dex pavers and fences. Go to long fence dot com today to scheduled your free in home estimate. It's ten ten. Money news on WTO P ten and 40 past the hour. Home search site apartment list is a new online tool that can help people moving to a new city, figure out how much their cost of living will change based on everything from housing costs to utilities, groceries, and transportation. The tool really allows for comparisons to the national
"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"Day you will find just what you need to give your rooms a total refresh. Regency furniture, affordable, never look so good. Rob stallworth WTO traffic. All right, we've got some storms and more rolling through the area. Let's go check in with WTO meteorologist Mike senn. Hey, good morning, Kyle. Watching us narrow band of gusty showers just to the east of I 95 now stretching from Columbia through only through Wheaton just for getting ready to move right through the into the district. And then it stretches southwestward all the way down to centerville and warrants and you can see when guns to 40 to 50 miles an hour and some brief heavy rain as this little squall line comes through the region. The back edge of The Rain now has pushed into the Shenandoah valley, looking at the satellite picture, we're starting to see some clearing off to the west. So a risk of showers possibly a thunderstorm until late this morning or early this afternoon, they turned partly to mostly sunny, and it's going to turn very windy this afternoon. Keep in mind the high wind warning already in effect, it goes until midnight. We can see winds gusting over 60 miles an hour at this afternoon and this evening. Risk of a thunderstorm late this afternoon possibly severe if this squall line developed sub areas could see wind gusts of 60 to 70 miles an hour are a highs will be in the low to mid 80s. Chance for a thunderstorm of the city, which could be severe and overnight skies will clear and will turn colder. How does that for authorities to bid 40s, lots of sunshine breezy and cooler on Sunday highs will be in the 50s to lower 60s. Right now, Frederick 64, BWI Marshall, 64, and Kyle, we have a temperature of 65 orega national. All right, Mike, thanks so much, the forecast this morning is brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit Delos glass dot com. The list glass love your glass just ahead on WTO. Tony Bennett's daughter plays blue's alley where she once rescued a cat at her father's show. I'm Jason friendly. It's 9 51. If you own a small
"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"By gusta over 50 miles an hour by late the day, a high in the low to mid 80s. Sunshine breezy cooler Sunday highs low 60s, sunshine and warmer on Monday with a high in the mid 70s. Mike stood up for WTO news. Hi, it's Phil at 46 Fredericksburg 37, foggy bottom 46, and many of us headed into the 30s or toward the 30s. We could be down to about 35° in the suburbs, closer to 40 in D.C.. Now, ten 40. This money news at ten and 40 past the hour brought to you by pen fed credit union, great rates for everyone as we go to Jeff claypot. Fourth, quarter economic growth revised down to an annual pace of 2.1% and slower than the third quarter's 3.2% pace, Bloomberg says many Twitter advertisers are still holding off with Twitter ad revenue down 50% since October. Georgetown university will sell $300 million in taxable bonds to fund on campus student housing. Georgetown enrollment has risen 7% since 2018. The Dow gained a 141 points Thursday. Jeff claypool, WTO news. And all the Asian markets are rallying tonight, Hong Kong up nearly 2%. The Shanghai composite, half a percent higher, Tokyo stocks with a nikkei up 1% and Australia's ASX 200, a little more than half a percent higher. We're watching that for you every half hour at ten and 40. Russia's intelligence service says that it's arrested in American reporter and accused him of spying. Wall Street Journal reporter Evan gerskovic could face up to 20 years in a Russian prison of conviction. The White House says it is working to free gerskovic. It also condemned Russia for detaining another American citizen. This espionage charges are ridiculous. The targeting of American citizens by Russian government is unacceptable. The administration says it is unsafe for Americans to be in Russia at this time and urged U.S. citizens to leave the country as soon as possible. She be as news correspondent Nicole d'antonio. Gerskovic is the first American reporter to be arrested on espionage charges in Russia since the Cold War. The fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine continues tonight, Russian forces launch more attacks near bakhmut. In the meantime, Russia is desperately seeking men to fight in the war. Today, Russia's Vladimir Putin signed another order authorizing authorizing another draft. We hear more from JJ green WTO's national security correspondent. Russia launched another draft today and they say they want 150,000 people to sign up to fight. According to the British intelligence, they're calling it an opportunity for volunteer professional personnel as opposed to a mandatory mobilization. But British intelligence says, however, Russia is looking for 400,000 recruits as opposed to 150, they say they're looking for. This ever starts tomorrow and it runs through July 1st. At this point, Russia according to Ukraine has lost close to 200,000 troops, either killed or wounded. And that's according to military officials around the world is a staggering number of troops to lose in just over a year. The chair of the joint chiefs here in the U.S. calls it a slaughter fest. WTO national security correspondent JJ green. Coming right up here on WTO, the very latest on the historic news tonight both legally and politically, former president Donald Trump indicted the first former president criminally charged. And Robert Costa, who is covered this political figure for a long time, since he was a businessman in New York, he will be with us in just a few minutes to talk about this moment in history for our country. Stay close now, ten 43. Here's Tony Celeste, the executive director and general manager for public sector at Ingram micro. On the power of technology, sponsored by Ingram micro. When we look at access and identity, we can't limit ourselves to just there. The rationale behind it, the complexity of the solutions has dramatically changed as a result of the disaggregation of technology. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network,
AP News Radio
Denver high school shooting suspect dead, coroner confirms
"The suspect in Wednesday's den for a high school shooting is dead. A 17 year old student accused of wounding two administrators in a shooting at his Denver high school earlier in the day is dead. Park county sheriff Tom McGraw said the body was discovered Wednesday, not far from the student's car in a remote mountain area about 50 miles southwest of Denver, the cause of death was not released penning the completion of an autopsy, a spokeswoman for Denver health hospital says one of the wounded administrators was released from the hospital, and the second is in serious condition. East high school has been shaken by violence, including the recent killing outside the school of a classmate that prompted students to march on the Colorado capital earlier this month. I'm sure Adler
AP News Radio
Earthquake in Ecuador kills at least 4, causes wide damage
"A strong earthquake has struck Ecuador's second largest city with death reported as panicked residents ran into the streets. The U.S. geological survey reported the quakers being 6.7 on the Richter scale in the country's coastal guaiac region. The epicenter was about 50 miles south of the heavily populated city of guayaquil, which holds over 3 million people, Ecuador's presidents, tweeted the message to all citizens to remain calm, cracked buildings and collapsed walls have already been reported in guayaquil. The earthquake was also felt in northern Peru. I'm Karen Chammas
"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"Top local story this hour, no white Christmas Butch you're gonna need to be prepared for a freezing cold one. Storm team four is Emilia Draper has more about a vicious cold front coming our way. And we're going to talk to Amelia in just a second and let's see if we've got Amelia coming up and we do. Drop occurs on Friday from 40s early into the teens and 20s by the afternoon and evening hours, accompanied with strong winds, Friday, into Saturday, but especially Friday, gusting up to 40 even 50 miles an hour will have wind chills later in the day Friday around zero as we move throughout the day Saturday and Sunday, wind chills in the single digits and teens, we will continue to track the potential for some subzero windchills, Saturday during the morning and midday hours. The winter weather advisory takes effect tomorrow morning at 4 a.m. for Frederick county, Maryland, and for western loudoun and fuck your counties in Virginia. Keep it here on your weather alert station throughout the holiday weekend for the latest conditions every ten minutes on the age. Well, this kind of weather brings the serious risk of frozen pipes. There are precautionary steps that every homeowner can take if that makes sense and are achievable without having to go through a lot of expense. Art Shapiro acting director of the Howard county department of public works says you can rap or insulate exposed pipes that are susceptible to freezing temperatures. He taping, that's essentially an electric cable, which is designed to be strapped to an exposed pipe. He said you can get that in other insulation products at your local hardware
AP News Radio
US braces for dangerous blast of cold, wind and snow
"The U.S. is bracing for a dangerous mix of winter weather. Snow and sleet in the Pacific Northwest Tuesday led to traffic jams, spinouts and hundreds of flights being canceled or delayed in Seattle. Captured shoreline Washington residents scraping ice off their cars and sledding in the streets. Salt Lake City opened additional shelter beds for the homeless, 5 people there have died in recent days amid subfreezing temperatures that are expected in most of the U.S. this weekend. Forecasters are predicting sub zero temperatures heavy snow ice and even tornadoes between Thursday and Saturday across much of the country dipping down as far south as Florida, the weather adds uncertainty to what's expected to be a busy holiday travel season, triple-A estimates that nearly 113 million people will travel, at least 50 miles from home, that's 4% higher than last year. I'm Jennifer King
"50 miles" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The Cheryl in upper Lake California. Oh, thank you. A couple of comments. The first is I'm 50 miles or so from San Francisco. And I listen on a Frisco station. This very woke. So I turn it on at 7 p.m. and love you. Thank you. Second comment. Thank you for just being there. My second comment is, I'm 67 years old and I went to school in solano county, California, and I recall from grade school being film day. And we were shown a film of cloud CDs. And it was to make it rain. That's all I recall. And I don't recall if they were large or small playing, but we're talking about I was probably 12 years old or so. And it's that time I have never heard anyone talk about cloud stating to make it rain. We don't talk about it a great deal, but we can do so right now. I don't think the planes are large and I'm not mistaken they use silver iodide crystals where they did. Right, and back, back then, they primarily used airplanes often teach craft king errors and they had silver iodide flares attached to the wings and it would fly through primarily the upslope areas of the Sierra to increase the snow and then the runoff both for skiing and then for drinking water purposes like hetch hetchy reservoir now the ski resorts primarily used ground based silver iodide generators. It's safer. It's easier, that's the good news. The bad news is it only increases the amount of snow by about 5% over what would have fallen anyway. So an additional 5% of zero is still zero. But that additional snow when it is snowing is very valuable and if it's a very wet season they can turn the generators. Well, fair enough, all right, very good. Thank you, Cheryl for being a listener to a.m. 8 ten the KG O radio and San Francisco, much appreciate your listenership and your calls. And by the way, if you missed any of tonight's show, or would like to hear some of our previous shows, be sure to check out the Jim bohannon show on Apple podcasts or wherever you look for a podcast. We'll continue our conversation with Mike Smith, author of warnings, the true story of how science tamed the weather. As we watch the progress of Ian across the state of Florida into who knows after that, back in
"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"A tree. So I was like, you know what? It's starting to get just a little too uncomfortable out there. So I stepped back in, but sustained winds are still roughly about 2025, but the gusts are water becoming ferocious now. It's like a car going from zero to 60 and that is what's causing the damage just around me about two to three miles power has started to fall in the last 20 minutes. How about 8 miles north of downtown Orlando and about 10 o'clock just past 10 o'clock here was the magic hour. That is what all the stores were forced to be closed and everybody had to be in for the curfew. The eye of the storm where I am right now is still about two and a half to three hours away, but already we're starting to see down power lines and very localized flooding as we are actually starting to see more rain from the top of the storm as a cool front that's about 60° in Jacksonville right now is actually pushing The Rain down even further from the upper atmosphere, so it is quickly turning turning very bad here in the Central Florida Orlando area. You sound like you're all right, Kyle, but you said you got hit in the head with something. I mean, was it a heavy object? Well, I live around a lot of oak trees and those acorns and branches are starting to break apart. How the trees don't have dead fancy. A dead branch is, well, I took a step out at big Gus that turned around a corner where I knew it was going to be safe and then all of a sudden there's debris. All right, let me step back in. Just to be on the side, it's like, ah, you know what? I probably shouldn't be standing out here, but that's how quickly it's turning south in my particular part of the Woods. Can you explain to us here in D.C. and in the surrounding areas, unlike southwestern floridians, were you all in Orlando told to evacuate or were you told just get a lot of food and water and stay where you are? Evacuations are really called for the coastal inline communities because of storm surge. And in Central Florida, we just don't get that much storm surge. So we're not really evacuating in Orlando. We get the evacuees from the Brevard counties of lush county. Where the cape canaveral is, where the rockets go up. And then Tampa, Sarasota, we come inland towards Central Florida, but because the forecast so early showed it going up the West Coast through Central Florida and up into Georgia, South Carolina, if we did evacuate here in Florida, we knew to go up the Peninsula and then go west into the Panhandle Tallahassee towards Alabama. So we don't see a lot of evacuations here in Central Florida because we don't distort surges died out by that particular moment. But that doesn't mean we're not going to deal with these rain issues. I know everybody thinks the state of Florida in most maps has a little body of water. Lake okeechobee. And if this eye originally this morning we thought it might take an eastern shift and disrupt that Lake in the levees. That would have caused some major flooding inside Central Florida, looks like it's going to stay to the north west of that and we'll be spared that that nightmare. But either way with what we're seeing, it's just not getting any better news. So we're going to shelter in place and hope for the best. I hope you are able to keep your power if possible and we're really grateful to hear from you tonight. Thank you for the update. Thank you for having me, guys. Kyle Cassandra, they're from Orlando, just a little north of downtown Orlando, said he even wanted to try to go outside to give us a sense of the sound of what it was like outside his home, but it was just too windy branches were flying around and he made the wise move to get back inside to speak with us. Stay with us here on WTO, your weather alert station for frequent updates on hurricane Ian. What do you have for us today, Charlotte? Charlotte is the little sister of the tooth fairy. Charlotte is the junk fairy. If you have stuff in your shared that you haven't used in the past 12 months yes, you're not storing
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Roger Schulman: It Will Not Be a Sunny Day Tomorrow
"Mandatory evacuations have still been ordered in a lot of areas of hillsborough and pinellas county. And governor desantis this morning urging people to heed those evacuations, roger. Absolutely. We are not going to have a bright sunny day tomorrow. This is not going to be a pleasant experience for us, no matter where that hits within 50 miles down there. It is definitely about 70 miles south of the immediate Tampa Bay Area, but hurricanes are wide events. It's not like a pencil thin tornado. This is a very wide area of very disturbed, high intensity weather. So we are not out of the Woods yet in the immediate Tampa Bay Area. And those evacuations are still in effect, the airports are still closing, schools are still closing. It is a modification. It is a glimmer of hope for us, but it is certainly not happy days again.
Fore The People
JJ and James Nitties Reminisce About Playing Slow Golf With Tony Romo
"We get there, and I can't remember who was first to hit. I think mitts hit it first, and it was way right. And I hit it infinity right. And Romo hits it. At least as far left as we hit it right to start this thing. And so now we got guys like all over the place. Well, they call each of us to the two to the T, whatever. We do our bullshit, practice swing hit, whatever we do. Flare went out there. They call him, and he's still like, he's on the cart path when they call him to hit. Like, usually all three guys are standing on the T when you're like ready to roll, right? He's on the car path, and he's got, I don't know, it was probably the tightest, the tightest band, whatever it, whatever the tightest band was, the black level. I know there are different colors, but the one where you can barely move your legs apart and he's doing like these hard freaking squats slash kegels slash, I don't know what you call them, but he's going up and down the cart path in a line before he even starts. So no practice doing any rips it off. You know how those things are a pain in the ass to get off anyway, like imagine wearing a golf shoes, like rips it off, then he gets to the first tee and hits it 50 miles left. Well, it was one of those holes, ninny, did you ever think we were going to finish that hole? No, I was like, has there ever been a group that's been put on the clock before they've completed one hole? We was standing up on the grain for at least at least 15 minutes and golf club time. That's so long. And he still had what? He stood and he was and JJ's pacing around. He's like, damn, this is a Connie show already. Oh, my relax mates all right. We're just getting started. He's now waiting for the group to hit off the next hole, which is a par three up right where he is. So now he's taking a drop off the path which he got a rules official took like 15 minutes he hasn't hit yet. We're like, we could have hit putted out. And but we didn't know if he was going to send some meteor over our heads while we were in the middle of the grain. Anyway, so then he finally drives down the fairway after all of this. He's like, hey boys, I'm going to hit now and then drives back over to his ball again. And now we're waiting for him to hit up up and bloody hit it a hundred yards short of the green, then we tip up, we're like this is crazy. So then we chip up, he finally hits it on the green, and now we're all on the grade, probably whatever. I think that teton was 8 24. It's probably like 9 a.m. by now. And then we'll somehow I made my part in JJ made his for a good bogey on the tent and yeah, so that was he too part of it and that was fun.
AP News Radio
Holiday-travel chaos: Airlines brace for huge weekend crowds
"Travelers are being told to pack their patients as U.S. air travel is likely to set a pandemic era record at least once this weekend Flight aware spokeswoman Kathleen bang says the key to flights taking off this weekend is the weather They are looking at some areas of storms coming in this weekend along the gulf southwest That can bleed over into Florida and of course Atlanta If it impacts those areas then things tend to substantially slow down Traveler Jessica Ramirez understands the situation There's cancellations I get to understand and was very busy Patricia carino was with friends at Los Angeles International Airport when she found out her flight to Mexico was canceled We're probably gonna drive down to Mexico to Tijuana the border and just fly from there Traffic on roads could be heavy as well Triple-A predicts nearly 48 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home this weekend down only slightly from 2019 before the pandemic I'm Mike Hempen
The Doug Collins Podcast
What Lessons Can We Learn From Former Governor Zell Miller?
"You know, I got a lot of feedback from many of you talking about how leadership matters and some of our podcasts that we've done on speeches and events from some of our former presidents, some of our leaders. And I wanted to spend some time on this leadership issue because I believe that leadership matters. I believe it's one of the things that we're lacking. I mean, we've talked about it with the Biden administration's lack of leadership. And how they blame others and don't follow some basic leadership principles. But also on a highlight some mavericks because I believe sometimes the crossing over and understanding that the country is in a position in which we need leaders to step up is so vitally important. And I want to start we're going to do this occasionally and we'll take a book and there was a book that came out and it was from a speech that I went back recently was reminded of someone who was the governor of the state of Georgia. He was the also a senator from the state of Georgia who was one of the longest servant lieutenant governors in the state of Georgia. Made a real impact on the national landscape in the early 2000s and the 1990s here in the state of Georgia. He was a Democrat. But yet he was a conservative, especially on social issues as he got older, was even more conservative and he actually broke with the Democratic Party. He never actually, he said, left it. He said, the Democratic Party left me. I did not leave the Democratic Party. The gentleman is zal Miller. Former United States senator zell Miller, former governor zell Miller. There was a lot that I gained from zell Miller. Zell Miller grew up about 50 miles north of me. And a little place called young Harris, Georgia, in between players and how was he up in the mountains. He was raised by a single mom that built literally the house that he lived in up until the time he
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"50 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Free number to call for assistance Once he gets rolling here is 185594972341855949 radio Doc, Let's wrap up talking about these wildfires. So you're talking about the algae and the lack of nutrients. That contribute to the fires. How do you replenish that? Okay, well to finish you were right on track there because what happened was why we're having this unique fire with these big balls of fire above the crowns of the trees in Lake Tahoe and everything. That's because of all this algae in the lake. Was dormant because, um, hundreds of miles north of Lake Tahoe, hundreds of miles north of Lake Tahoe. Are these glaciers and snow packs? And more rains, which are these dams made by the glaciers pushing all this mud and silt in front of it right and we had a big melt about two months ago. And all those minerals were released in the surface. Groundwater washed into Lake Tahoe, giving all that allergy all those minerals and suddenly they turned all the carbon oxide in the lake and the carbon dioxide in the air above the lake into oxygen. The oxygen driving that Lake Tahoe fired. The firefighters can't figure out how to deal with it. Now when the fire gets 50 miles north of the lake. They can handle it because the oxygen doesn't go that far. That's what you're saying They're able to handle it now because the powers move away north of the lake because it doesn't have the oxygen anymore. It's weird, but that's the true story..
The Wendy and Ray Show
Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana
"Chuck Sivertsen from a person who knows hurricanes and sees what hurricane ideas like and what it's going to become heading for New Orleans and Louisiana Coast to listen to those those local officials have asked to leave. Please do it. There's still time. Still time I've still got some daylight time to get out. National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham. I did a hit full force tomorrow. But even now, outer bands raining on south East Texas to the Florida Panhandle. But tomorrow by the time we make landfall, we're forecasting category four Hurricane 135 miles an hour. You can see that the core, those hurricane force went stretching out 40 or 50 Miles. You can see 120 130 miles on the tropical storm force winds. There have been large crowds of the New Orleans airport traffic jams
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"50 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To the point of weightlessness. I guess that was what it was all about. Let me get up there. Drive around for, you know, fly around for a little bit. Enjoy some weightlessness. Turn around. Come back. Yeah, but the views out the window. We're probably a little impressive, I think, uh, they were up in the air for about an hour and a little over an hour after takeoff. They released their rocket at an altitude of 53 miles further than the 50 Mile mile boundary that is considered the beginning of space. Flew around for a little bit came back down. Landed. Everybody was safe. Good job. I imagine that experience will get the blood flowing, the heart pumping. It's like, please let this go successfully. I am not one of these people that's in a hurry to go up there and float around. Yeah, I'm good. We're watching on TV. I don't need the Hey, I have a hard enough time just getting on a plane to fly to Dallas. I know much less, much less go 53 miles up in the in the atmosphere and float around. Yeah, Yeah, I don't have any desire. That's not something that I want to go. Hey, you know what I should do? No, it's not gonna happen. Not gonna happen. I'm a worse It's cool. It's a cool little spaceship. Though. It's kind of cool. It was kind of dislodged from the original aircraft. Of course, he had to be the first one. Yeah, Beat Jeff bezoza up there and, of course, Elon Musk because now going to be last, Well, I hear there's like some kind of debate on. Did he really make it to space? It's 50 miles up in the air, I guess really considered space. I guess Bezos's, you know, challenging him on that. We'll see when you get when you're billionaire. You really got nothing else to worry about. Apparently, Gee, it's all there is all right. Coming up at 5 40, a housekeeper may have prevented a Vegas style shooting at the All Star game in Denver will give you details on that right now. Here's the Fox Business News. I'm Maria Bartiromo, and this is the Fox Business report Earnings season begins this week we'll be hearing from big banks, including JPMorgan Chase. At Bank of America. Other industries also start reporting numbers will get second quarter results from Pepsico and Delta Airlines, among others. Investors are coming into this period, expecting a lot after strong numbers in the first quarter. Which powered stocks higher this year. The Wall Street Journal reports that the owner of TIC Tac postpone plans for an IPO outside of China back in March because of pressure from the Chinese government. The paper, citing sources says Chinese officials told the company it should be putting its focus on data security risks. Another reported reason for the delay. Tic Tacs older did not have a CFO at the time. That's your Fox business report. I'm Roger Stern Invest Didn't you? You've been tucked in long enough. Cut into your home cut into your virtual happy hours. Whatever that means. But finally, you can untucked until a new romance unlike a cold one enjoyed by a roaring bonfire untucked whatever you damn well, please. And.
"50 miles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jr joins me now from Los Angeles. Welcome. Hi. Thank you for having me. Let me ask you about that bus crash. Can you tell me what happened? We were driving from Kansas City to play in Colorado in Denver. Along the way. We got caught in a blizzard and I was the only person awake. It was early in the morning and our driver had fallen asleep at the wheel, and he had only moments before being able to see A 18 wheeler in front of us just slammed on the brakes just way too late. So we hit the 18 Wheeler going about 50 Miles an hour on our tour bus. Many people on the bus were hurt a lot of broken bones. I mean, that sounds like a pretty life changing people. Think of it. Oftentimes as our it's this, like, come to God's pivot moment. I think it's so much more nuanced than that and put my life on pause. It still has a bad taste in my mouth. This album does sound different and I'm wondering if You know if that event had anything to do with this different kind of sound recording in the D r, you know, getting your own label. I mean, there's a lot of changes here. I would say that it very much was lingering on my last record. The last I think the last song in the last record, there's uh, there's a line in the last song that said, I knew that crash was common man. I felt it in my blood, and there was sort of a big kind of a reckoning that needed.
Branson and Bezos Brace for Blast-off in Billionaire Space Race
"Entrepreneurs heading into space are a bit like buses. You wait ages and then to come along almost at once, First up, Sir Richard Branson and his unity rocket plane. Taking off from a spaceport in New Mexico. The Virgin Galactic crew should reach a height of 50 miles or 80, kilometers above the Earth's surface, according to NASA. That's where the atmosphere ends. So Sir Richard will officially become an astronaut. I've always been a dreamer my mom taught me to never give up. To reach for the stars. It's July, our dream will become a reality. And we're really excited to share that moment with your The Virgin Galactic program stretches back nearly 20 years and hasn't always gone smoothly. In 2014, a pilot was killed during a test flight over the Mojave Desert. This is only the beginning. Soon enough, Jeff Bezoza will take off in his blue origin rocket. Some critics say this is simply the folly of rich men and question the logic of commercial space travel when the skies are already full of junk, But for others, it's all about reaching for the Stars. Virgin Galactic plan to start commercial services in 2022. Said they could be running 100 flights a year, 12 months later. Sir Richard Branson, they says one small step for a billionaire one giant leap for
Tom and Curley
Billionaires Fight Over Space as Branson Gets Set to Launch Before Bezos
"That Branson really pulled a fast one by trying to usurp that first space flight nine days before basins. So I'm kind of team Branson Canteens Team basis. Sorry. We already had you down for Branson. You can't change your vote. You cannot There. Is there one Richard Branson, I'll be evaluating the customer spaceflight experience is this Branson speaking. Sounds even weirder than he normally does gives Sir Richard Branson this much the swashbuckling billionaire has a knack for making his dreams seem like hours in this case space. He believes it's for everyone do you like the term space tourism? Space Tourism works. On Sunday morning, Branson will become the space tourist since 2000 and four. His company Virgin Galactic has persevered through test flights and setbacks like an accident in 2014 that killed a test pilot space. Stephanie is hard. We've had our tears. We've had a choice, but I'll tell you what the joys have been fantastic. Branson's space voyaging will begin on a runway this runway at Spaceport America in New Max. To go. 12,000 FT. Straightaway for Virgin Galactic's mothership. VMS Eve is a plane, twin fuselage aircraft two pilots in the middle. It carries the space plane. The S S unity. 21 release release release at about 45,000. Ft Eve will release unity Fire fired! Cool. The spaceship will shoot straight up more than 50, Miles where space begins. Ship unity. Welcome to space. We've got massive windows. All the way around. The bill to unbuckle will be able to float around and they will become an astronaut Branson and three other passengers. All employees should experience a few minutes of weightlessness. Then unities. Two pilots will glide everyone back to Earth. By the way,
"50 miles" Discussed on KTRH
"Well, President Biden went to Chicago while he almost went to Chicago. Keep holds. He pulled the same routine that is Vice President Kamala Harris State and going to the border. You know, she went to El Paso. Consider where the trouble was. Joe Biden was 50 miles away from the city of Chicago, meeting with Mayor Lori Lightfoot about the crime problem there. That fact was not lost on the five Jesse Waters in the five on Biden's trip, so Biden's handlers sent him to Chicago to talk to Lori Lightfoot about the crime surge there. He didn't go to Chicago, you went to Crystal City. Which is 50 miles outside of Chicago. That's the Kamala Harris route, You know, don't actually go to the border Go to the El Paso Airport, He pulled the same move, and it's a joke. Katie mentioned it. It's a gang problem. They have 100,000 gang members in that city. They got the Latin Kings, the the gangster disciples. Everyone you can think of. So all the narcotics, the fentanyl and the meth and heroin just flow right into Chicago. Who's that's a hub? You look at a map Borders Indiana, Iowa, Missouri. Everyone from that part of the country. He just goes right into Chicago gets the guns gets the drugs and they leave. So there's a lot of money to be made. And there's really no nothing you can do except one thing. Throw in the task force and start incarcerating these guys just throw the book at him. Get the federal prosecutors involved, make it a federal gun charge and lock them up because right now all these stray bullets are killing people to the rate we haven't seen in the last 10 years. These guys don't know how to shoot weapons. These guys aren't trained shooters. They're shooting weapons all over the place. They don't know what they're doing. It's hitting people because of the population density. It's just too tight of an area to just fire bullets into the air and not expect to kill law abiding people. Gun owners are better shots exactly. Uh huh. And there's a reason why you don't send the president into Chicago. Too Damn dangerous 7 20 time for traffic.
"50 miles" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Sometimes I go to Rudy's or Smokey Mo's. And get their moist brisket, But use Salt Lake sauce. Oh, yeah, And I hope that is that. Is that offensive? No, I think it's pure genius, okay? Absolute. I hesitated to say that on the absolute I mean inspiration. I'm just absolutely I know. I know. Bowled over. David has called in from driftwood and like everybody listening. He has the answer to the homeless crisis and he's going to share it with us now, and he lives near the Salt Lakes. That's true. That's a good combination. David. Good morning. Good morning have almost South Boston native It doesn't sound like it at all. Where you where you guys know? You sound like you're calling in from Switzerland. You really do I detect kind of an accent or Danish? Yeah, I'm have German and have Cherokee aid. And okay, I got it. Now. I do hear the Cherokee. That explains, Yeah. And And the Daily of Yeah. If they put all the homeless people and Zilker Park and Terry Town, they were growing them off. Yeah. Yeah. And They have But the concerts down there and everybody would leave. It's true that go to another town. And don, uh, I'm going to Port Aransas. And I've got a 32. Ft, But yeah, and I'm going out fishing 50 miles off the coast on Either. The.
"50 miles" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Tournament for me. I didn't know who that was, but I do now to Comey Ito. One of two anglers from Japan. That is in this distinguished field of anglers that will compete at Lake Ray Roberts. Good luck to him. Uh, the guy should Japan. Are coming in big part of our sport. Mhm. And he's uh Not considered one of the favorites, but he if you make this field, you're pretty good at what you do. Oh, yeah. If you're because I mean, we talked about this before this is the Super Bowl. Yeah. How do you make the field on their qualifying tournaments all over the place? Yes, as the season has gone along, so he made the cut of the 50 guys that are in But Steve was in a qualifier. There are four guys out at seven are. Yeah. Uh, um out in that and they were all four of them out. Steve was in the qualifier because Steve would have been from the bank. I think you've got to have a boat. I know you've got to have a boat to go. Little boat up really fast. Have you ever been Brian too? One of these events where you get to go on, like a media day. No, I was I was at one on Lake Chickamauga in in Hixson, outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and only because my in laws had a place there. And the only thing I saw was the take off. You know the right, right? Which is about to happen here up at Lake Ray Roberts. They all take off hauling tail out of there, man. They were flying. Okay. I got to do one a few years ago up at Lake Ray Roberts, right? It wasn't the classic, but it was an event. With the pros and I got into the boat and the guy we had this barely met and he said, you might want to turn your cap around. So I sucked. I took my cap off and I'm holding on to it. And then they have the I don't even remember if they did a 321 go right, but he took off. And I swear to you, I thought that was the day. I went. This is it I I will die on the water because this boat is going to flip in about 10 more seconds And I'm gonna drown 50 Miles an hour in a boat. You know, three inches out of the water is a whole lot different than 50 miles on the car. And it makes you wonder for just a split second until you actually come to your senses. Why? There's no seat belts on boats, right? That's a good question. Yeah, it's a great question. I might have to ask that with some of the guys now do these guys. Have they scouted this leg? Can they do this? Yes, just just like the golf tournaments where they go out, and they play a practice round. They've been out and I've been watching some videos on it. And because of all this rain we've had They're talking about how they're going to probably have to fish deeper as opposed to fishing the sides. If they think that's where the fish may have moved to But, Brian, you're maybe more up to speed on this than I am. With this technology. They have their What is it called the Lawrence that? Yes. So they can use those? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So they're looking at structure and going. I see something down there, man, But that doesn't mean the fish is going to go for your sure the lure you're throwing, of course. Then they realize they're focused. They're fishing over a picnic area that now is all of a sudden flooded right? You know, and and that that lake has a lot of submerged lumber, right? So I don't know. I'm Super Bowl man Bassmasters. I am so excited about this weekend and and again. They've got to weigh in tonight at Dickie's Arena, and then they've got the expo is going on which is free. Taking place to will Rogers. That's if you want to see the what these guys use. Yeah, it will be there. All the toys are there. Yeah, I told you I'm going prison wiper poppers. Exactly. I'm going to be there this afternoon looking for it's 609..
"50 miles" Discussed on WBUR
"It's a small group of maybe eight people wearing micro fiber. Whatever they just like him. Think, like high tech clothes on and they're nibbling on like little vegan treats, quietly reading books. You guys, you guys. The runners were We're with the public radio station of the N Y C way. Do not like public radio, you know? Yeah, I know all these Subaru's out here. I figured a bunch of public radio here's was a little scared coming over. So for some of them, this is their first time racing a horse. You know, you have a feeling about that excited for a couple of others They've actually tried before. Of course, I think I'm about 10 years. Older, soul doing probably take a lot longer usually. But when we asked him what? Why are you screwing it? Why would you run 50 miles through the day? They're competing against the horse, their answers. I feel like we're kind of comrades out there. Just us against the course we're not exactly encouraging for the human side. All you're worried about is doing it. And then it's time to find another race. It's us against the course It's us against ourselves. We're all friends here. I mean, at this point, it's pretty much seems like the horses have got it. Yeah, Like a blowout. Yeah. They don't have a shot. But then we heard about this one guy Nick. Nick Nick. Now, this kid says he's coming. Nick Corey. We actually also heard about him from Ron. He says he wants to come tomorrow. And beat the course record e gotta, you know, so that's why I'm kind of interested to know how fast this hunter thinks he's gonna run. Right. Turns out Troy had got wind of them, but I don't really know maybe even sound a little nervous, but There was no sign.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"50 miles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bridge the Tobin Bridge to and to the west of the city. Things are good on to 90 all through downtown Worcester, the mass turnpikes in good shape as well. My king, Deputy. Bc's traffic on the three that rain is certainly coming down out there, especially over parts of western Massachusetts. And the parts of Northern Massa's well southeastern Massachusetts. Just seeing some scattered showers right now, later on tonight, will all start to see this rain sort of died down and make its way out to sea temperatures not moving around too much nearly study within a couple of degrees either way of 50. Now, tomorrow we have fog early that should burn off pretty quick And then we've got a mix of sun and clouds the day tomorrow Beautiful day. But the thing is, the wind is really going to kick up in the afternoon and evening hours. We've got wind gusts pushing 50 miles an hour, Especially right by the coast. So if you've got to be outside tomorrow, it is certainly going to be blowing you around a little bit high tomorrow about 65. Showers around late tomorrow night and alone near 45 or 48 degrees right now in Norwood 49, north of town in Nashua, New Hampshire, 46 west of town. In what stur? Right now in Boston. At 705. It is lightly raining and 48 degrees. Well, maybe you've thought about skipping the second dose of your covert vaccine. Health experts say that's not such a good idea. Mass level, saying more than five million people already around the country have decided against the second shot. But Timothy four, the chairman of U Mass. Lowell's Department of Biomedical and Nutritional sciences, says that decision could lead to an increased risk for the variants, not reaching the level of immunity. In the population..
"50 miles" Discussed on WTOP
"Star fruit or dragon fruit smoothies. Both pair perfectly with the new Citrus Hawaiian rap Tropical Smoothie Cafe officials smoothie of the Washington Nationals. I'm Rita Kessler, W T OBY traffic And now the storm team forwards Chuck Bell. Indeed, an active weather pattern over the next couple of days is a large area of rain way back out to our West. We're in the warm and human side of things again for today, and as a result, our skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, plenty of dry hours in the late morning and early half of the afternoon, but a likelihood of more showers and a thunderstorm or two Usually after five or six o'clock up till about midnight. Tonight. There is a small chance for severe storms. Today that highest risk is up near the Pennsylvania border. The cold Front comes through before sunrise tomorrow, and there's a high wind watch for your Friday. Northwest winds tomorrow, averaging 20 to 35 MPH, but gusts of 50 miles an hour or more will be possible. Friday's highs near 70. It'll be dry all weekend Saturday. The cooler half high 68 Sunday the much warmer half with I have 83 I'm storm Team four meteorologist. Church Bell for w T o p clouds and 78 degrees Right now in northwest. It's brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D c. Metro area medical centers 11 41. Now, w. T. O P was the first to tell you that DCs crime lab lost its accreditation and is no longer processing evidence from crime scenes. Since then,.
Surrounding Islands Covered in Ash After St. Vincent Volcanic Eruptions
"After a long dormant volcano erupted on ST Vincent, much of not only that Caribbean island but also neighboring islands are covered in ash. Eva seized a Packer report the ash from the lesser for a volcano blanketing not just ST Vincent, but neighboring Caribbean islands. Ash has been raining down as far as ST Lucia and Barbados, which is over 100, Miles east residents there being urged to keep removing the build up of ash from their roofs before it rains. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley. What actually makes it heavier and therefore what we need is a little water, but a lot of muscles are a lot of shovel. Just 50 miles north ash over ST Lucia was said to have turned day into
"50 miles" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And talk Our two bond. Hessler doctrine begins right now. You ever wonder if you're being hazed? No, no. Look, I just I feel like maybe I don't know something weird. So I agreed to meet a client tomorrow afternoon. But now I realize it's 50 miles away. At the travel 100 Miles tomorrow afternoon to say hello. I just didn't know our people playing a joke on me. I'm wondering I don't know if you ever been in a situation like that, where you just don't know You can't call. You can't call it out. Because maybe you're wrong. Maybe just You know, the right hand didn't know what the left hand was doing. And nobody put it together. And then you go. I go have a cup of coffee with a client. You have to travel 100 Miles super fan. If you don't have a fat guy making you drink the whole way up in back then you're not being hazed. Okay? All right. I don't think that I don't be like this is the way you hes, a 56 year old host of Yeah. See if he'll do it way. Want to meet him? Yeah, Yeah. Just come on up to the North Pole tomorrow afternoon. We'll have a cup of coffee and then, uh, You could drive back home to Atlanta. All right, let's do this PM Yeah, Jack Tuesday with Greg. Uh, You know what? Greg Rush? I know this tech Tuesday, but I got a sex robot story that you don't have. Impossible. That's impossible. What's the latest that you have rattling around on sex robots, huh?.
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New York City braces for strong winds as powerful nor'easter nears East
"Winter storm hammering the Northeast affecting nearly 100 million people. Forecasters say the snowfall in New England could top a foot and a half. York City is bracing for all out blizzard conditions. With 50 mile per hour winds threatening to knock down power lines. The region could also see coastal flooding and flight delays have foot of snow has already fallen in the Midwest.
Tennessee double murder suspect found dead
"A Tennessee man wanted in connection with a double murder is dead, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says. The body of David Val was found in the O. B in County Lake on Saturday about 50 miles north of Jackson. The body of the 70 year old was discovered near where the suspected murders took place earlier this week. Chance Black and Zachary Grooms were killed Monday. But authorities haven't said how an autopsy will be done to determine valves. Cause of
6 Killed After Liquid Nitrogen Leak At Georgia Poultry Plant, NE Of Atlanta
"Poultry plant in Georgia experienced a liquid nitrogen leak, killing six people Thursday morning. The incident happened at foundation food groups of prepared food facility in Gainesville. That's a city about 50 miles to the northeast of Atlanta. It's known for its thriving poultry industry. This particular plant processes chicken products for restaurants and other food services. OSHA and the Georgia Fire Marshal's office are on scene to determine what caused the fatal accident. The victims include maintenance workers, super Advisors and managers. 130 other employees were evacuated to a safe location. Several first responders were treated for exposure. Liquid nitrogen is nonflammable, but it's vapor is extremely cold and can cause frostbite. I damage and in high concentrations asphyxiation. About a dozen people were taken to the hospital after the
Surveillance And Local Police: How Technology Is Evolving Faster Than Regulation
"Are used to the idea of that American intelligence services, such as the National Security Agency have enormous capacities to track our phone calls, emails and movements. And we hope that rational and constitutional rules for their use are set by our elected leaders. But our guest journalist John Fast Man says most of us don't realize that thousands of police departments across the country also have access to some really powerful surveillance tools with relatively little oversight. There are devices that scan and store the locations of thousands of auto license plates they encounter randomly on the street. Portable gadgets called Sting rays that Elektronik Lee mimic a cell phone tower and get every mobile phone within range to yield its data and cameras, cameras everywhere increasingly with facial recognition software. Fast ones. New book explores these new technologies, the questions they raise about privacy and the controls he believes citizen should impose on the agencies that use them. His book is we see it all Liberty and justice in an age of perpetual surveillance. John Fast Man is the U. S. Digital editor for the Economist and the author of Two novels. He joins me from his home in suburban New York. John Fast Man. Welcome to Fresh Air. You know this book races? Ah lot of skeptical questions about law enforcement. And I'd like to begin by just having you explain what kind of time you spent with police officers and police chiefs and sheriffs and others. Observing their practice and getting their point of view. Well over the course of my report and going back to 2010. When I was the Atlanta correspondent for the Economist, I've I've written a great deal about criminal justice issues, and I've embedded with a number of departments over the past decade for this book. In particular, I probably spent the most time with the LAPD. I went out with their patrol division. And I spent time with with Sean Danowski, who was then an assistant chief learning about a predictive policing program They use called prayed pole and we can talk about that later. I also embedded for several days with the Newark Police Department. Toe learn about how technology is used by police officers in their day to day job. So one of the one of the challenges and writing about this is that I would hear about this technology from tech companies and from police chiefs from a sort of 30,000 ft view, But I really wanted to see how police officers as they work integrate technology into their daily jobs, how it changes the sort of practice Of being a police officer. Okay, So let's talk about some of these technologies. One of the things, of course, that people are aware of his video surveillance. I mean, there are You know, security cameras in so many places that police typically Consult after there are crimes and given areas, But you're looking at ways that this is being expanded in, particularly in Newark, New Jersey police have something called citizen Virtual Patrol. You don't explain what this is how it works. Sure, the Citizen Virtual Patrol is a network of cameras placed throughout the city. These air public cameras now one of the things when you talk about CCTV cameras, the overall majority of them are privately owned. But these citizen virtual patrol Is the network composed of publicly owned cameras that people can access from a laptop. Now the idea behind this was to sort of allow people to observe and perhaps testified of crimes from behind a veil of anonymity. So it gives people an eye on the entire city and let people see what's going on. And John. When you say people, you mean just ordinary citizens, Anybody can dial up and look through these cameras. So that's right. A citizen anywhere can log into this citizens Virtual Patrol of Newark, So I live about 50 Miles north of New York, and I could log in at my desk and see the feed from any one of the 126 cameras that the New York Public Safety Department is placed around the city. It seems a little intrusive, right? I mean, somebody who just wants to be a busy body. I guess. Other people would say it's no different from looking out a window, right? You're not peeping into somebody's apartment. What concerns does this race? That's right, technically. The cameras don't show anything that an observer on the street couldn't see so that shows public streets. It's not aimed at anyone's apartment. It's not looking inside anyone's window. On the other hand. It does show people's yards, where they have a slightly higher expectation of privacy, and it could provide some information that people wouldn't want known about. For instance, if I'm you know, let's say I had an ex who lived in Newark and I was watching the camera trained on her house. If I saw her leave with some suitcases and then saw no activity at her house for a couple of days. I could surmise that she wasn't there. I could also know when she goes out when she comes home who comes to a house all these things that of course I could. I could find out if I observed her in front of her house. But that would make me visible. This renders me invisible and it lets me observe, lets anyone who logs in observed an enormous swath of the city. So that's another thing. I think we need to think about when we're thinking of police technologies, and that is that any single instance maybe unobjectionable, but when it comes to scale, you're talking about something very different. Do the police think that it's been helpful. Have there been any complaints or any notable benefits to you know, to law enforcement from having all of these windows on the street? The police do think it's been helpful. The police think it helps people keep an eye on their neighborhood. I think the idea was that a citizen of a certain neighborhood could keep an eye on what was happening around her without sort of making herself known to other people around her as as someone who's watching, So it lets her Keep an eye on what's happening around her behind that veil of anonymity and the Newark police think that's good public safety. On the other hand, I spoke to the director almost Sinha, who's the director of the value of New Jersey, who made the same point that that I just made that what we're talking about is it scale quite different and the camera sort of give information about people in their private activities. That you wouldn't necessarily want to know, and that if you did try to find out, you would be observed. This lets you do so anonymously and invisibly and that anonymity. Invisibility has benefits, according to the Newark police, and also detriments, according to U S. C. L U
"50 miles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"50 miles of my location anywhere. Wow. So your ticker is a little weak A 38. Uh, that would mean you've got a pre condition that would make you more susceptible. God forbid, if you got coronavirus, even with the flu to knock you out, too, so What have you tried to do to remedy that, Joe? Roll. Remedy the heart. No, no, no, no, not not too hard, but to remedy that to be a basically, you know, Jump up and down. Say, Look, Look, I got preconditions. I should be getting this vaccine now. Have actually reached out to the MIC Health Department of my city, and there's absolutely nothing they could do. They're telling people that there's vaccines, but there's no vaccine. Wow, people that are getting appointments that the old, much older people they're able to get him are getting him in two months. That's when they're booking appointments for I mean, two months from like yesterday. You know, Joe, do you ever think of moving down in Florida? I've been thinking about it now because I don't understand what's going on with the state and the smokers. I don't understand because their studies out there that say that if you smoke a little pot, it's actually not bad for the virus that doing something, and I don't know exactly what it is. I stopped smoking to increase my immune system years ago. Um, but they're saying that there's something about the pot smokers down. It helps resist the virus so you don't get it nearly as bad. Speaking upon smokers, Zhou Yu and the voters of New Jersey went to the polls and you passed in a referendum and an initiative. The right to purchase legally for recreational use marijuana. What happened with that? Yeah, that that just died. I mean, I don't know what happened. He could have been hold on it, and I mean, that's what people I don't think. Understand. It's not that people are going to go out and get whacked out of their mind that you know people that can't sleep or having a lady. There's things for that that this will help. He just completely forgot about it. And we don't even hear about it Ever since it was on hold. Let me give you the back story on all that. The reason you don't have the recreational use of marijuana yet in New Jersey is because all the elected officials Who understand it is the will of the people through an initiative and referendum. Waiting. The gay wine, dine the pocket line to see who will end up getting the contracts from the state. To run the distribution centers. Come on. This is soprano state, New Jersey, almost his corrupt its New York I don't know. It's like neck and neck when it comes to corruption. Anyway, Let's go to Joe. He was calling from from Ng down Long Island your turn to be heard he had W. ABC, Joey Acres. How about, UM, official count? The amount of vaccines that had to be disposed of, and ding going to people's arms because of Mismanagement by the government. Makes sense, right, Joe, But we can't even get a count of all the elderly who died because he forced the elderly back in March, April and May who were being hospitalized for Corona virus to be sent into long term senior home care units. Do you realize where you don't even have a count of those yet? Yeah, I know It's bad. We'll be cuts when they don't give you a count. What does it mean? It's Hutch Hush mush mush because the numbers do not reflect well on Cuomo, who's anal? You wanted to control every aspect of the distribution and it backfired. To radon. The new admit I was wrong and the counties were right. He insists on not giving information that would prove to be harmful. Who his very pristine image that he's created for himself. Anyway. Let's go to Randy calling from the Hudson Valley Welcome the WBC, Randy. Curtis. Thank you so called my medical professional. He tells me not available. You'll have to get on that website or call. The 845 number website is a covert 19 Vaccine Health New York Doctor Get that they get great. I'll make an appointment. Look at the different locations Utica. Nothing, incidentally, Again. I'm the mid Hudson Valley just up from West. Just a county Utica. Okay. Albany not available. Syracuse. Nothing. Finally, I get an appointment. April. In the middle of April. You know that that's going to come true. Up in Binghamton. Oh, Bingum did Garak I'm a 71 year old man had three types of different cancer. Yes, only bring him fit. And I gotta wait till April flapping in the wind like this. In the meantime, Why the hell Don't we get those 300 vaccines We already ordered Um AstraZeneca. What's the problem? There? Is that either. Come on. Come on, man, Randy, don't you understand here when the politicians were involved? It's kind of be some what we call gratuities, um, expense money promises of future donations to campaigns. That they're running in perpetuity, especially and two evil eyes. Cuomo who believe it or not, has the chutzpah. Cooley owns the way boats to wanna run for 1/4 term because he wants to do what his father was unable to do. Thank God for George Pataki. Hey, Angel Over my dead body of fourth term for you to continue to bury us and chase people away out of New York. New York's news talk leader..
Dallas, wind advisory until 7 this evening
"Very strong and gusty winds across the area today Win Advisory continues till 7 p.m. this evening. Look for Gus potentially up to 50 Miles an hour and that could certainly be enough to down a few trees and power lines will see temperatures in the low to mid 50 strong, gusty northwest winds out there today. 25 to 30 on average, Gusting to 50 clearing Tonight wins gradually fade out Still 10 to 20 Miles an hour. Listen. Alo 37 clouds much less windy Saturday. A high 57. This
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Metro Atlanta teen found dead in central Georgia cemetery
"Atlanta team goes missing after leaving for work, and it's later found dead in a cemetery more than 50 Miles away, the aunt of 17 year old Ashanti Hunter tells Channel two action news. Anyone with information should come forward. This is crushing this. This is wrong. This is wrong. More than wrong. The sheriff of Lamar County near Macon says someone drove Hunter to the cemetery, he says they have several people They want to talk to you.
WBZ Midday News
FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed
"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening