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"52 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here 52 degrees out Right now we're on our way to mid seventies again today, slightly warmer tomorrow with a high around 80. Good morning. Our top story on Colorado's Morning news. The state is one step closer to creating a government mandated insurance plan for Colorado, The Colorado option bill. It passed the state Senate, with all Republicans and one Democrat voting. No. Ra. Melissa OC is vice president of government relations for HCIA Health one and is not in favor of the bill, saying lawmakers actually took the public option out of the bill and use the same insurance rates as Medicare uses rates that my government that there's no real actuarial data that was done on this particular rate set that they've determined, and she says the bill will make it tougher for hospitals and clinics in rural areas and communities, which have smaller profit margins. To continue offering the services that they do. One man is wounded, another in custody today after an incident of road rage that led to a shooting in Aurora. A PD spokesman, Matthew Longshore says both men got into a dispute. It happened on I 2 25 while trying to exit on the South bound Parker Road yesterday. That's where one of the people that was shot actually pulled over. That person did call 911 report this as well as the person the other person involved actually drove down Tolo about Quincy and Parker and notified law enforcement as well. Investigators want anybody who saw the encounter to call them and help them figure out the details of what happened. Denver public schools announcing they have the person they want to be the next superintendent of the state's largest school district's After a monthlong search and narrowing down to just three candidates. The school board has made their decision. Dr Alex Moreno, the next leader of Denver public schools, Dr Madero is the child of a Cuban refugee and an immigrant from the Dominican Republic. He comes to Denver from New Rochelle, where he was the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction. He replaced his former superintendent, Susanna Cordova, who stepped down this past winter after two years in that position. Old Philip K Way. News radio President Biden wants answers about the origins of the coronavirus in Wuhan. The president asked the intelligence community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion. Deputy White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says getting to the bottom of the cove it crisis will help us prepare for future pandemics she shared with reporters that China should cooperate in a full and transparent investigation. Jean Pierre says that China has not met the standard of transparency thus far. Investigators trying to understand why an employee at a rail yard in San Jose, California, opened fire on Wednesday, killing nine of his co workers and then himself. Identifying the victims has been a slow and agonizing process hampered by beliefs that there might have been explosives in these buildings. A police dog got two hits for bombs. Why suspect Samuel Cassidy killed his co workers is not yet known. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo. This is a horrific.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"7. Good morning, it is 7 31 right now Under cloudy skies in Seattle, the temperature is 52 degrees. I correct her short. Amanda is off this morning, and these are some of our top stories. We start with the latest numbers from the state Department of Health 900 new cases of coded in the past 24 hours. 20 more people hospitalized. And seven new deaths since the weekend close to 61% of the people 16 and older have had at least one dose and 51% of those 16 and older in this state are now fully vaccinated. Now in one county. The idea was to encourage more kids in the 12 to 15 age group to consider getting the covert vaccine. But some people say the idea went a little too far more from Cuomo's Brian Calvert you've heard about school based clinics were younger students can receive the covert vaccine. The Yakama Health District just wanted to capitalize on this and encourage a friendly competition. But as of today, we decide to stop doing it for now, Ryan I boxes. The contest is over after parents and county commissioner Amanda McKinney complain To give people the time to discern what's best for themselves and their Children. McKinney is on record is not supporting incentives to encourage getting the vaccine. And in this case, she says, there could be peer pressure to get the shot. Is it the government's role to educate in this sense, or is it We have to allow parents to be involved in the lives of their Children. My boxes, parent permission has always been required and that schools can have their own contest in competitions. The health district is just deciding to not participate at this time. Ryan Calvert Co. Ammonium, just in time for Memorial Day weekend are Gacy Cruises are making a comeback. Starting Friday,.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Real Strong surge of spawning activity this week, however, The weatherman is sold us a little bit of a rare in the forecast. Our lows are mourning or overnight lows. This coming week or gonna be anywhere from 12 to 15 degrees below normal. So much for global warming. I might add, but we're gonna have lows in the forties. Every day this week. 44 tomorrow. Mor e 40 fives. Who's the 42 Wednesday morning. 44 Thursday morning. 45. Friday morning 52 degrees Saturday morning. So these temperatures and gonna depress obviously these air temperatures. We're going to depress the water temperatures. Now we will have temperatures in the sixties on the high end. Wish him certainly. Level that out a little bit, but our normal temperatures for this time of year are in the seventies. So we're well below normal. What this will do is spread the spawn over the next several weeks. The full minute I believe us the 26th. Of the march so We're gonna propel towards that was a lot of on and off activity next week is gonna warm up. So it's gonna be a great time. The fish for the spawning fish whether you talk about bass Blue, You are readier. I also want to You have a word of caution to those of you who have food parts. And our get.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More spent a free 30 Day. Audible plus trial when you sign up at audible dot com miking deputy BC's Traffic on the threes and now it's time for the four day WBZ accurately forecast. Here's meteorologist Carl Ericson stray shower around into early this even otherwise. Mostly cloudy skies tonight Low 45. I've been brisk and chili tomorrow with clouds and some sunshine. An afternoon shower cannot be ruled out, especially west of 1 28 High 54 Patchy clouds Tomorrow night Low 48 Any morning sunshine on Sunday for Mother's Day will give way to increasing clouds, but her name outer high 65 range should hold off until Sunday night with a low near 50. And cloudy and cooler Monday was some rain likely, especially during the morning high 55 I thank you with our meteorologist called Erickson. Debbie. Busy Boston's news radio battered showers now around Springfield, where it's 57 degrees, saying 51 degrees right now in Nashua, New Hampshire, south of town, 54 in Marshfield. Right now in Boston at 7 55. Partly cloudy as the sun makes its way down, and we're now at 52 degrees. It's 7 55. The FBI has put out a long withheld file on Kurt Cobain, Rolling Stone reporting on the file, which for decades the government kept on conspiracy theories. About the Nirvana front man, Steph centerpieces of the 10 page file, according to Rolling Stone are two letters urging the bureau to investigate the death in 1990 four's a murder rather than a suicide. Another letter, also from a blocked author, dates from 2007 Reading, in part, quote. The police who took up the case were.

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Atlanta Weather: Time to lose an hour and gain some sun, possible thunderstorm on Tuesday

Mornings on Maine Street

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta Weather: Time to lose an hour and gain some sun, possible thunderstorm on Tuesday

"Mostly sunny for the day. Ah, light Westbridge High of 77 Partly cloudy 53 Tonight Tomorrow partly sunny 72 time change tomorrow night we spring ahead one hour and lose an hour of sleep. Mostly cloudy, low 52 overnight, Then Sunday partly sunny 75 20% chance of showers. Sunday night showers likely 62 Monday showers Possibly a thunderstorm Tuesday High of 65 from the access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. Our day is underway. Looking good right now. Winds calm at the moment as we start a brand new one. Sun's going to set tonight at 6 41 humidity at 80% wins this about non existent as you get around the area, checking out temperatures were seeing him start to slowly move up. Just little by little heart will start of the day at 50 degrees. They're already open 52 degrees Cleveland is holding on the 46. Game till after morning low of 47. We're now at 49 in North Georgia's news Talk W Do you in

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"66 had an earlier crash east and westbound. At 29 Gainesville, But you are getting through now from garage are repaired. Calm. The W M A L storm art. Seven forecasts Excellent weather for fat Tuesday headed up to a high temperature of 52 degrees. It'll be a little breezy today. Tomorrow's high temperature 37 degrees is the next weather system gets ready. Tow move through here Looking like Thursday, We'll get a couple inches of snow about 3 to 6 with the freezing rain and sleet. The top of that. Finally moving out early Friday morning on ABC seven meteorologist Monica Johnson in the storm, but seven Weather Center right now it is 36 in Haymarket, 32. Damascus, 35 at Reagan, National Traffic and weather brought to you by unbound dot orig. I'm John Matthews on one. Oh 5.9 FM. Washington's mall. W M A L. Now Washington mornings on the mall. W Hey, Good morning, six or seven here on this Tuesday morning, Joining us in half an hour. Steve Malloy from junk science, duck calm. We're gonna talk about power outages in Texas. That could go on for days because they're windmills and solar panels are frozen. Well, Coal fire plant Right now. Little heat might be really nice at 705. It's Charlie spearing with the latest of the fighting White House and in 805 of Fairfax, parent of a special needs. Child is going to tell us what it's been like trying to get that child back in school,.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's 52 degrees, and it's three o'clock at news radio 1200 W Away. I president beina signaling support for congressional Democrats plowing ahead on covert relief without Republican support. A budget resolution has been adopted by the House and Senate, clearing the way for Democrats to move forward on a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief proposal. Without Republican support. We hope to be able to put vaccines and people's arms money in people's pockets, Children and safely in schools. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she still hopes to find Republican support. But using the budget reconciliation process gives Senate Democrats the ability to pass the covert bill with a simple majority. Republicans have met with President Biden, not their proposal that totals more than $600 billion. Some, the president says, does not go far enough. The Pentagon is approving 1000 troops to help with coronavirus vaccinations that includes nurses and medical staff of the Army. Navy Air Force and Marine Corps at the first group is expected to arrive in California in the next 10 days as marks the latest effort by the federal government to reach President Biden's Gola vaccinating 100 million people in his 1st 100 days. And then see Double A is moving the entire women's college basketball tournament to San Antonio as a way to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus. Vice President Lynn Holzman says All 64 teams were playing games the Alamodome as well as that nearby colleges. Tournament will clearly have a different feel to it, but we are confident that we can safely conduct this event, despite the challenges that we're all facing in the movie is similar to what's being done with the men's Final Four, which was moved Indianapolis No word yet of fans will be allowed inside for any of the games. Congressman Henry Cuellar, once the Texas National Guard to be sent to the border, But instead of guarding against illegal immigration, he wants them to help hand out the covert shots. Federal government will provide 100% of the necessary resource is for the National Guard to administer vaccines to the local populations. He says. That means the state won't have to pay for it. He wants the guard to both set up mass vaccination centers and rural areas of Texas but also hand deliver. The shots to remote parts of Texas battle is brewing between the city manager and Councilman Roberto Savio. And it's over the way the city helps the homeless at the councilman's upset about a plan sweep of a homeless camp behind the city office, which is near I 10 advanced Jackson. We Will never support anyone.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Mid fifties over most of San Diego County for today, Right now, downtown. It is 52 degrees Kogo dears time 8 22. Governor Newsome has announced the launch of a new website to help you determine when you're eligible for the Corona virus vaccine. It's already operating in San Diego, and he says it's important for providers to get their vaccine information submitted. I'm Marilyn Hider with today's coronavirus update. We want to provide you the opportunity. Sign up. On this app. My turn platform, you sign up, you get notified via text or email. When it's your turn. You could schedule appointment when it's your turn. As I said it provides for providers, the ability to have All that data automatically shared not only with state but ultimately allow us to quickly share that data with the federal government. So back end fronted what you care about. When my time. When do I get a schedule? Where do I What do I get a vaccine? One of my scheduled and how close is it? And then, of course for providers, we partner with Salesforce. We partnered with schedule, which is a great company and Accenture. We've got a pilot up and running. We started this last week in L. A In San Diego. They started allowing individual 65 over again with the prioritization the cohorts to make appointments for those clinics that have signed up and come in. To the planet. And so the most important point I wanna make about the my turn Pilot. It's on Leah's good as the clinics have provider network is good. It gets more robust as more people come online. As more more clinics sign up, Maura Maura, Opportunities avail themselves more more capacity. Is made available. At least on this platform. The San Diego pilot program is at Petco Parks, vaccination superstation, he says, You can sign up for the new vaccine website at my turn dot CIA dot dub. The governor says the system will allow the CDC to get state information more quickly. Resolving what he called frustrating lag time in reporting that often makes it appear fewer shots have been given. Firm or go to koba dot com. Keyword VIRUS. Maryland Haider Kobo.

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Seattle Weather: Rain tonight ad tomorrow morning, sunshine in the afternoon

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Weather: Rain tonight ad tomorrow morning, sunshine in the afternoon

"Rain late tonight and into tomorrow morning, overnight lows in the thirties and forties, And then tomorrow we get a few sun breaks by afternoon with a high near 50. Often on clouds and sun breaks on Saturday, But, alas, we will get the rain returning again on Sundays and Ping Pong back and fourth weekend high should be right about 50 or so looking around the sound right now. Pretty pleasant seems very mild. We have 50 in Bellevue in Seattle to come also 50. Downtown Everett. Now it's 52 degrees. Come on, Use time 3

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"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"Temperatures of about 52 degrees, and then Saturday rainy and breezy. We've got 48 degrees in Seattle. And 46 into coma. 48 in Olympia at 3 15. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, Thanks for being with us on this New Year's Eve Jeremy Greater is our editor. Stacey Black, Our technical director. Among the stories. We're looking at the nation's top infectious disease experts as the country is behind when it comes to covert 19 shot administration, Dr Anthony Fauci says there will always be issues to work out when it comes to vaccinating an entire country. But he believes the U. S will catch up the first week of the new year, and he hopes 20 million vaccinations will be eclipsed soon and we can start looking You put the pandemic in the rear view mirror. We've heard a lot of talk about the possibility of $2000 stimulus checks aimed at helping people through the Corona virus pandemic a middle of the political wrangling. There's one very big question. How would those bigger checks work? Who would qualify? Economics reporter Rachel Siegel has taken a closer look for the Washington Post. She spoke with Cuomo's below. Neil Rachel. Let's say this does happen, and that's still a very open question. But if we were to see a $2000 stimulus one might Americans expect that's right. So, as you mentioned there is still plenty of in the air about whether or not these $2000 checks would happen, but to explain how they would work in case they did the stimulus bill that has already been signed by President Trump provides $600 to adults. With annual incomes about to $75,000 and the payment amount essentially decreases by 5% for every dollar from that point, so that basically means that checks under $600. Someone that would still go out to people who make up to $87,000 a year. There's currently a bill that's been passed by the House that's being debated in the Senate that would increase the full amount to $2000 and keep the same phase out structure. What That means is that because the check itself is larger people who make up to $115,000 would still end up getting something and that's ultimately cover millions more Americans who would still be able to expect at least some of now, Of course, those $600 checks are already going out with that amount be subtracted from the two grand If you qualify for that The Treasury Department is saying that even though the first round of $600 checks is already out the window they're being directed positive. They're going in the mail. If there was another bill enacted to cover larger checks, the system will essentially top it off. So people might do, for example, qualify for the full amount. We'll just get another $1400 sent to their account. Of course, even moderate Republicans in the Senate. They're a little worried about the structure of this $2000 plan. If there Like the idea anyway. That's right, So there is sort of a divide within the Republican Party. On one side. You have President Trump, who has pretty aggressively been advocating for $2000 checks. At one point, it was unclear if the stimulus package that was eventually signed into law would hinge on this push for larger payments. We have a handful and grilling handful of Republican senators who are supportive the larger payments. But there is still a majority of GOP leaders who say that the payments are too large. That would cost hundreds of billions dollars in addition to the package that was already passed, and because of the way the structure would be set up. And still sending payments to people of higher incomes. There, People who say Well, why are we necessarily sending money to stay a family with an income of $300,000 and people who are just generally wary of signing off on larger checks for people who may still have higher incomes? And amid all of this, it's not to say it might not change with the new year in the new Congress, as well. All of this could end up, not mattering, or it could mattering and a lot might pinch on The results of the Georgia run off next week. But what we know so far is that yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell really seemed to nexus possibility, at least for the current Congress. He really sort of put the option off the table for Congress to move further in Revisiting the law that has already been passed by the House or finding some other means of directing these larger checks in the next couple of days, and that was, you know, definitely a break from what President Trump has been pushing for what congressional Democrats have been pushing for. But depending on the makeup of the Senate after the Georgia run off, we could be revisiting this question again. That's Rachel Siegel read more online in Washington post dot com. And that's Como's Bill O'Neill. It's being called a She session. Women leaving the workforce to mid the pandemic in greater numbers than men maybe sees Mark Remillard reports the covert 19 pandemic has brought about a disproportionate impact on women. According to data from the National Women's Law Center. Women have lost roughly five million net jobs since February. Making up 54% of overall job losses since the pandemic began. Compare that to men who lost 4.5 million net jobs, or 46%. Data from the Brookings Institution also shows for men. Labor force participation is down 2.6% from pre pandemic levels, while for women, it's down 4%. Marco Malard ABC News and that brings us to money news. Here's our Propel Insurance. Money. Update with Jim Tesco, the stock market not very modest gains in his final session of the year, the Dow Jones industrials adding 196 points to not just fresh closing high. It was a banner year for equities. The Dow rose 7.2% for the year the S and P 500 jumped 16%. The tech heavy NASDAQ composite soared. 43% state and local health officials are continuing to monitor the situation after an outbreak out of Yakima County, Costco resulted in at least 145 employees being infected, many of whom are still quarantine. That county's health district expects the number to rise A statewide testing continues. As of tomorrow, Seattle will have the second highest hourly minimum wage of the country at 16.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

"WSB. Um it's informative, and it's entertaining, and it's hard to find that combination news Nobody West He's top local story. Weather temperatures about five degrees below normal traffic whipping on that cab Peachtree Airport in the sky Captain. It is the only station with the helicopter. That's the top three things I need to know and Atlanta's most entertaining talk It's Eric von Hessler weekdays. 92 new, entertaining, Honest, independent thinker. It's Eric, You're exempt weekdays 4 to 6. Let's get into the news of the day. It's Mark era weeknight six. Still ate my Atlanta radio show is just the No stress talk. You need to get you through Atlanta Traffic 24 hours a day. My favorite radio station is W S. V. 95.5, WSB Atlantis news and talk. News Weather 95.5 W S. B Atlanta's news and talk Well, Good morning. Your time is six of clock of this. 30 December 24th. Merry Christmas Eve. I'm Scott's played Welcome to Atlanta's Morning news. WSB stop local story. It's gonna affect all of us. You got any last minute things to do outside the house today it is raining across metro Atlanta. The weather. Weather advisories in effect for parts of northeast Georgia. Some folks could see some snow channel to act to do is figure. All this pregnant joins us live this morning old more what we can expect today. Yeah, we're still on track for Ah little bit of light snow and some flurries in the Metro area this Christmas Eve, But the morning starts wet with temperatures in the fifties light to moderate rain across metro Atlanta, some heavy rain in west and northwest Georgia, and that's going to be headed through over the next several hours. And then the heavy rain moves out. The cold air comes in enough of an overlap, though, with the moisture that will start to see likely a rain snow mix late afternoon especially in parts of north Georgia. But turning over to all snow and flurries as we head through this evening and tonight winter weather advisory from 1 p.m. this afternoon to 1 A.m. tomorrow morning. For the North Georgia Mountains. Parts of the mountains could have 1 to 2 inches of stone. Wake up to a Ah White Christmas, a dusting possible and parts of the metro area. Most of us with some flurries and no impact. So it'll be nice to look at and then turning much colder. My forecast coming up just a few minutes. Right now We are wet with 52 degrees on Peachtree Street. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nits. 95.5 w speak a bread. Thanks. It's better past six. This is Atlantis Morning News. And here's Marcie Williams to bilk I atyou. Minneapolis and ST Paul declare snow Emergencies as a Christmas week. Blizzard slams Minnesota Mother Nature knew we needed to have white curses. Classic Minnesota A good Minnesotan Christmas, Don't you donkey instead of gift store, sell out of snow shovels and I smelt reporter David Parkinson says the storm system system bearing down on the Northeast will disrupt holiday travel have major delays. Is for folks flying. But even for folks driving, it's gonna be hazardous driving conditions. Rain going sideways Rain coming down at you know an inter to an hour and gusty winds that could knock out power. Million's in the storm's path are urged to cook Christmas dinner. Early 80% of Georgia counties air in the cove it red zone, according to the White House Coronavirus Task Force, the report that was obtained by the A..

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Rain expected, flurries possible in metro Atlanta Thursday

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Rain expected, flurries possible in metro Atlanta Thursday

"Low sixties this afternoon and breezy for Wednesday Partly cloudy, low 37 high 60. And then on Thursday widespread rain low 49 high 52 By the evening hours, we'll see the heavy rain move out lingering moisture and cold air coming in. Ah, few flurries possible Thursday evening in metro Atlanta. Right now we have sunshine in midtown and 52 degrees. I'm

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stations. Now, more than ever. It matters where you get your news. WBZ news radio 52 degrees Right now in Boston. We've got overcast skies showers just outside the city limits. It's eight o'clock that evening. I'm Nicole Davis. Thanks for tuning in on your Friday night. Here's what's happening. It's true. We've got a storm coming a nor'easter making its way up the East Coast right now toward our neck of the woods. A pretty good while since we had a big amount of snow around here, and it looks like this storm could bring us exactly that, depending on where you are is active Weather meteorologist Dave Samuel What is three inches expected to downtown Boston, but his close by the Merrimack Valley Worcester Hills, We could see 6 to 12 inches and again. The snow is expected to be heavy and wet. We've got a high wind warning up for the entire coastline. Really from the sea coast of New Hampshire, straight over toward the Cape and islands were expecting wind gusts between 60 and rather 50 and 60 Miles an hour on the Cape of the Complete forecast, coming up in just a couple minutes with traffic and weather together on the threes. You know, one, state health officials say right now on Lee won in five hospital beds is open in the state covert numbers, pushing this system toward its limit tonight close to 1400 people in the hospital with coronavirus around Massachusetts. Now, the latest numbers out tonight 5192 newly confirmed cases 37 more people have died. The positivity rate seven day positivity average now up to 5.44%. State education officials, though, want the three largest school district's here in Massachusetts to open in person for special needs students as soon as possible. The letter to Boston, Wooster and Springfield schools came this week from Elementary and secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley..

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"52 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"52 degrees with clear skies at 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm a show Kabbalah. As Corona virus vaccines are developed. The next task is approval and distribution. The Centers for Disease Control has assembled a panel of advisers to meet next week. ABC is Geo Benitez has more CBC advisors are gonna be down Tuesday. They're gonna look at the data and decide who should be getting that vaccine first. If it's approved. Also, The Wall Street Journal is reporting. At United Airlines is using charter flights to get visors vaccine into position for rapid distribution. But again that is on Lee, a federal regulators given that green light governor Cuomo says the state is sticking with the micro cluster plan. When it comes to tackling surges this winter. We're going to Take a serious look at that hospitalization rate increase way have an area in the states that an island Where we have already opened the field hospital. This is reminiscent of the bad old days. The winter plan. As the governor calls it will be a three pronged approach it calls for adding more factors to micro clusters owns increasing testing in schools to ensure they can stay open and a plan to distribute a cove in 19 vaccine. Yesterday there was a 3.18% positivity rate while in the city. It was 2.4 Black. Friday, Violence on both coasts of fight broke out at Roosevelt Field Mall, which resulted in the stabbing of a minor. Police say it happened at the food court in front of crowds stunned shoppers. Cops say the victims suffered non life threatening injuries. So far no arrests in California One person's dead another fighting for their life after a shooting at the Garden Fair Mall in Sacramento. Person was seen being strapped to a gurney and placed inside an ambulance that quickly left the area that person in a nearby hospital with life threatening injuries. The mall's been evacuated. There's a heavy police presence in the parking lot. Two people are dead following a crash along the Southern State Parkway. New York State police are investigating the two car crash, which happened around 8 30 on Thanksgiving night near exit 21 on the westbound side of the southern state and Hampstead. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene to and serious condition, while two others were also taken to the hospital for observation. Authorities asking anyone who has information or may have seen the crash to come forward. James Forman W O R News lawmakers air proposing tax cuts to help small businesses in the city While big online retail is booming during the pandemic, small business.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"What's up. And it's through that Tom Water Canyon again that collision solo editorial Chopstick Highway and State route 207 service has been suspended of the 2 45 due to weather for the Port Townsend Coupeville fairy run at the Port Townsend. Doc we have in Lakewood. There was a problem westbound 5 12 by five. That's been cleared out of the way in Seattle south on I five just before 50th in the U District. There was a collision, but it looks like it's cleared its heavy traffic from North Cape You're next. Come on Traffic at 2 14 forecast now from meteorologist Kristen Clarke, tracking incoming rain showers, resulting in a wet afternoon evening commute up and down the I five corridor. At the same time, snow begin across the higher elevations of the Cascades. Just a few inches between now and say, midnight tonight. It's not until Friday morning that we really see that snow become quite heavy, impacting past travel throughout the day tomorrow, so plan on winter driving conditions and delays for a mountain passes on Friday. We'll also and get a period of breezy, too windy conditions at times, especially anywhere from Olympia into the southwest interior and also near Port Angeles. As you head into Bellingham wins could top 20 even 30 MPH times into tonight. In the common Weather Center and meteorologist Kristen Clar starting to see showers around Bremerton. It's just cloudy in Bellingham Everett. Cloudy, too, and in Puyallup, cloudy and 52 degrees here in Seattle, 49 at CO Moh news with dry conditions for now. The one whose time 206. It's been eight months since Manny Ellis died during his arrest by Tacoma police and his death is still under investigation. His family is pushing for a new law that could change policing in Washington state. Kumble's Jonathan show reports from the mines Matthew Ellis.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Many of the suburbs and some of the rain and the snow in some of the northern and western suburbs. It is 52 degrees right now in Boston. The newest numbers from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts when it comes to covert 19 show, a third day in a row, where the new covert cases have surpassed 2216 new Corona virus cases reported today. Along with 17 new deaths, the death rate for covert 19 rising once again of the US more from The AP, Shelly Adler, the covert 19 numbers with just over a week to go into election there on the rise, average deaths per day across the country are up 10% over the past two weeks. That's according to Johns Hopkins University, which adds confirmed infections per day arising in 47 states and death star up in 30 for health experts had warned that it was only a matter of time before death increased given the record breaking surgeon confirmed cases around the country. Information from Johns Hopkins Monday has 8.6 million confirmed infections and over 225,000 deaths in the U. S. The highest such totals anywhere in the world. I'm Shelley Antler. The longer the covert pandemic drags on. The more Boston restaurant industry has continually district one in five restaurants statewide. In fact, Now we're closed either permanently or on a temporary basis of BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us that number is about to increase as the cooler weather comes in. Like a bear taking a long winter's nap. Many restaurants statewide plan to shut their eyes and go into hibernation closing their doors. November 1st, the head of the Mass Restaurant Association, Bob Lutz, says whether they re awakened in the spring depends a lot on second round of stimulus funding. We've lost 23% of all restaurants without further help from the federal government. I anticipate that could easily go up towards 50%. It's not hire most of those closure so far have been in the restaurant saturated Greater Boston area. It's really just a matter of supply and demand, no tourism and no sports, no higher education, no business conventions. There is just a total lack of population that would ordinarily fill all the seats for all of the different restaurants that we have. So every single day continues to be a heartbreaker, Kevin Tonic left W Easy, boss. Wins news radio, the mayor of Salem and asked people to stay away from the Witch city this past weekend in advance of Halloween. But did they? BBC's Carl Stevens spoke with the mayor this afternoon to get an update. What is scarier than Salem at Halloween? Covert 19. It's just not safe to be in an historic city with looks and crannies. That was the message delivered by Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll last week at a press conference is she urged people to stay away for Halloween Junior the weekend before Halloween this past weekend. Did people listen? Blaster about Saturday night. Do you know if there were any issues in terms of public safety? No, it's not really easy Closures of I would say soft closure is what we tend to call it of the crowds and really dissipated by late late evening, you know after the clock and we didn't have any really necessary issues to contend with. She's hoping for the same thing that's coming weekend Halloween, where city businesses face a mandatory closing time of eight PM Carl Stevens. W B C. Boston's NewsRadio FIVETHIRTYEIGHT Check on Wall Street. Not a good Monday, man drew a day is that Bloomberg? It wasn't black Monday on Wall Street's, but it was a pretty bleak Monday down fell. 650 NASDAQ Off 1 89 has to be 500 down 64. Gloom started after pessimistic talk from the White House on the prospect for a financial stimulus deal before election Day, then snowballed amid Maura General worry about rising Cove in cases in the U. S and around the world. Some of the small number of stocks rising today help tell the story of where the markets mindset was Shares of Amazon, etc. Netflix and Clorox companies would saw their fortunes increase as a result of covert lockdowns and restrictions. We're among gainers.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A dry run for a larger effort. WG and Sports Game two of the world's Siri's Dodgers and raised embraced tonight that's at 708. The forecast from the Perma Seal Weather Center today mostly cloudy highs in the upper fifties showers arriving at night tonight. Storms arrive after midnight and we'll have a low of 46 degrees tomorrow morning storms dry in the afternoon breezy highs in the lower seventies. Your money on W G and the Dow is up. 22 points. NASDAQ Up 43, the S and P. 500 is up nine points. It's 52 degrees in DeKalb 53 in Waukegan and 53 on the lakefront. I'm Lauren Latka on Chicago's very own 7, 20, WG and What about you? But I'm a big fan of the ethnic neighborhoods. The ethnic restaurants in that just the pockets around our city that, you know, spotlight different ethnicities. I think it's one of the things that makes our city so great. So I read with interest in the Chicago Tribune this story. Maybe you saw it. It was this week. I think yesterday Ah arrivederci, Little Italy. Goodbye, Greektown, two of Chicago's global dining destination struggling to stay alive, and this really has only partially to do with the pandemic. It has to do with two ethnic neighborhoods that for a variety of reasons. Are no longer a cz vibrant as they once were, And even it's even mentioned in the article that maybe maybe that there's a risk that they may not be there.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Weather station online for his warning. Forecaster Rave in Richard News radio 700. W 52 degrees. No Rain in sight and news is a service of Starfire lubricants. Students are coming back to Miami and Oxford Police have a warning. Miami University resumes in person hybrid classes this coming Monday. Oxford police tweeted that this weekend is the busiest. They've seen it since last March, when the pandemic broke out. So Oxford Police want students who just came to town to know. That the city has a mask ordinance and a mass gathering ordinance. The police are asking people not to have parties and don't try to bring the party indoors toe hide them. I'm Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw. Shooting in Finney town last night killed a 10 year old little girl. Police say it was another child and likely accidental. They will continue to investigate no word yet on if any adults will be charged. Your Reds update. The Reds had their six game winning streak struck down the final White Sox five, the Reds nil that puts the Reds game behind the Cardinals for second in the NL Central College football. You see, opening the season Against Austin. P. No competition whatsoever. 55 to 20. Notre Dame wiped South Florida right off the Panhandle 52 2 zip in Miami over Louisville yesterday. 47 to 34. The Buckeyes schedule is out there playing Nebraska on the 24th will be a pen on Halloween and then Michigan comes to Columbus on December 12th. FC Cincinnati beat the New York Bulls in soccer. One nil on the road in the 85th minute last night will be back Wednesday to face Philly. I'm Sandy Collins, our next update at 10 30 on NewsRadio 700 wlw. We save Sirius Cash with our progressive home and auto bundle and use the money to buy a new boat. Readyto water. This is not a real testimonials..

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"52 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's 52 degrees with clear skies at one o'clock. Good morning. Michelle Kabbalah. President Trump says he'll pick a woman to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death. Of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at a Saturday night rally and Fantail North Carolina crowd chants filled to see it will be a woman. A very talented, very brilliant thie crowd, gathered in morning outside the Supreme Court in Washington turned into a Saturday night rally against a before election replacement, Mitch McConnell. And his henchman, Senator Elizabeth Warren, saying the Senate majority leader thinks the fight's over fight has just begun. Democrats being the Senate minority have few options. Chuck's Iverson ABC News, the boyfriend of a Manhattan dog, Walker, found stabbed to death in her apartment threatened suicide, but not before saying he wants to shoot and kill. Cops least tell the New York Post 33 year old Joshua Martinez, a suspect on the lam in the stabbing death of his girlfriend, Carol Nystrom. Call the NYPD Crime Stoppers hotline Saturday and said he was planning on ending his life by shooting and killing some cops and the parents. Suicide by cop Nice. Jim's body was found Thursday inside her apartment in Inwood during a wellness check. Her friends describe the 44 year old beloved dog Walker as a warmhearted woman who remained loyal to her suspected killer despite his troubled past. Lisa Salvati WMUR news The news is brought to you by Dr Leader Mons Radiosurgery, New York called to 12 choices. For more information and listen to Dr Leader Mons Radiosurgery show coming up Next here on 7 10, W. R. The Yankees shut out the Red Sox eight zip their back this afternoon at 107. The Mets beat the Braves 72. They play again at 1 10. The Giants take on the Bears in Chicago later today at one, and the Jets will have their home opener against the 40 Niners. Here's.

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"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"52 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lines. Original kids in pro purchase your favorite power crunch bar at Sean Supermarket in star Market today. Our crunch protein reimagined Rob is traffic on the threes attack you with the forecast, Urbanski tells us today they'll be greasy and cool. Plenty of sunshine. Attempts to about 60. Clear, chilly tonight 45 in Boston for a low thirties. Some of the suburbs Then tomorrow pretty much today, sunshine. Brisk chili. Hi. Between 55 60 right now. Sunshine and 52 degrees in Boston. This's W B Z news radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good morning. Thank you for joining us today. I'm Charlie Byrd drawn. Here are the five things you need to know. At 9 45. Tributes pouring in for late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died yesterday at the age of 87 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Massachusetts no longer the state with the highest unemployment numbers in the country, Nevada now hold that distinction Form a sock stand out David Ortiz recovering from the Corona virus, he says he is asymptomatic and feels just fine. For 131 new covert 19 cases. Eight new fatalities reported in Massachusetts yesterday. Let's get back to our top story this morning Mourners gathering outside the U. S. Supreme Court in Washington after hearing about the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A court spokesman says she died from complications of pancreatic cancer. She was the second woman to sit on the high court, joining Sandra Day O'Connor in 1993. She went on to become its longest serving woman in history. And now the fight.

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