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"58 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"31 It's 58 degrees. Art Sanders. Top local stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center. A serious crash on I 90 in the Factorial area earlier had all these bound lanes of the freeway. Shut down for several hours. They're open now. Washington State Patrol says the wreck involving a semi and at least seven cars, one of which was actually left left the highway went over the embankment appears to be the result of racing witnesses that you know Course they are pace in the vehicle, but they believed it was, you know, triple digits. Prior to the collision, Triple Rick Johnson says driver who admitted to racing is under arrest. Fortunately, no one was hurt and update on when the eastbound lanes will reopen, or they have reopened just in the last half hour. And we'll have more traffic coming up in just a few minutes. Governor Insley says his vaccination mandate for school employees could soon expand to include students potentially could be a decision that we make, but right now let's start with the adults. He tells CNN there waiting for full FDA approval, which could come as soon as next week for the fighters shot it, and the others are currently approved for emergency use for those 12 and older. Now we're going back to indoor mask mandates. But after a covid super spreader outdoor concert, there's concern as the Seahawks and other sporting events draw larger crowds. Dr Ali Mokdad with UW medicine says masks will help and they protect you against any covid variant. Answering outdoors is, of course, much better than indoors to putting a mask when you cannot keep a safe distance. Six FT. From somebody else is very important, so then using the size of dazzling will help. Otherwise we'll have a search, especially in areas where we still have a large number of susceptible people like our mark. Dad says The latest projections show that tens of thousands of lives could be saved. If more Of us wear masks, But he also says, we have to wear them properly and consider masks that are more effective than thinner cloth or paper masks. Federal government's extending restrictions on non essential travel from Canada and Mexico until September. 21st Department of Homeland Security is citing the coronavirus Delta vary it as the reason for the extension. New covid case and hospitalization numbers continue to climb and what Kim County or the Health Department director says This wave hasn't reached its peak. Yet. Doctors who Dr Carla Pootie, chief medical officer for Peace Health says he's often asked why someone who's had covid needs to be vaccinated and he says, your chances of getting it again. Are 2.5 times higher than if you're vaccinated and believe me, if you have had covid once you don't want to have it again because getting it once itself is bad, And the effect it has on your body is very, very bad. So even if you have had Covid, please, Please, Please get vaccinated Because the protection is much better. It allows your body to fight an external invader much more effectively than the immunity you get from being attacked by the Vitis doctor says about 95% of their covid patients are unvaccinated. Homo news time 9 34 traffic Every 10 minutes on the floor is from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Max Tucker. Hey, it's Al. It's tandem access having a bit of a technical issue, So I'm going to take this report right now. And yes, you're right. Those eastbound lanes of I 90 have reopened just before 405. Had been closed for several hours due to a serious crash. It was involving several vehicles, but they're open to drivers. Once again. We do have a crash in west Seattle on 35th Avenue, South West and Southwest Morgan Street. It's partially blocking the intersection and in Sumner, all the north bound lanes are probably 1 67 of closed between highway 14 and Jovita for roadwork until Monday morning, Um, traffic's being detoured onto the eastbound 4 10 exit our next Cuomo traffic at 9 44. Thanks, Tama. And let's check forecast her Shannon O Donnell. Everybody Friday night here throughout the Pacific Northwest, with cool, overcast skies and a couple of straight showers as well. It will be a little bit warmer and brighter this weekend, but only Hair will end up closer to 70 around Seattle and Tacoma, both Saturday and Sunday afternoons with I get a few more sun breaks, but still a few scattered showers and overall mostly cloudy and cooler weather for this time of Europe as we head into the work week next week will bring things right back up with partly to mostly sunny skies highs will get closer to 70 75 degrees again by Tuesday and Wednesday in the Common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist. Shit. No doctor right now. 58 degrees in Seattle Common news time 9 36 and a fast moving wildfire in Yakima County continues to burn out of control, and it could be weeks before firefighters gain the upper hand. Homo Steve McCarron. Says the Schneider Springs fire has burned more than 64,000 acres since lightning sparked it earlier this month. Level two evacuations meaning get set. Those are in effect here along Highway 4 12 Level three evacuations are now in effect and have.
"58 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"No donors are 58 degrees in Seattle. Bellevue Police are planning for anticipated protests Tuesday night at Bellevue's downtown Park. In response to a free officer appreciation dinner. Cuomo's Michelle Esteban has more of the higher tomorrow posted by the ministry of Billy Graham Evangelical Association counter protesters gonna be happening break the same time now to be clear the invite from the Graham evangelical group at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue surface last month. So did the invitation to Seattle police. That's when Seattle City Council's president questioned the invite insisting, participating with promoting an anti LGBT Q group and participating would erode public trust, and she responded by resetting the invitation. The grand group kept the day that police anticipating groups protesting the event won't be the only protesters here. That's why did reach out to groups before they come to the city to make sure that we are communicating with them about what the rules are, and we expect anybody to come that comes to city to all those rules and that we don't have a result of injuries or condemn Of your police say they don't know how large the protest will get or if they plan to remain peaceful. Crews are working to clean graffiti off the walls of Seattle police headquarters downtown. The graffiti was placed Sunday morning. He said the surveillance video of the vandalism but aren't releasing it at this time. Investigators say they're searching for multiple suspects. Leaders of the effort to recall Seattle City Council members Shama Sawant say of fine so what has now paid bolsters their case. More from Cuomo's Corwin hate. So what is under fire for, among other things, leaving a march of supporters into City Hall during covert restrictions. Now the embattled Council member has settled. A complaint filed by the City Ethics and Elections Commission saw one has paid a 35 $116 fine for improperly using city resource is to support a ballot measure. Henry Bridger chairs the recall Sawant campaigns. She works for us. She's our employees where her boss and it's time to fire her bridge. Your hopes to gather enough signatures to force a special recall election, he tells the Seattle Times for so want to admit to the ethics violation is huge, something he'll now tell people as he drives toward the needed 10,000 signatures. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news AL marriage Any Durkin's office broke the law by not fully responding to a public records request for Coleman used others, according to a city watchdog. We filed the request last year seeking information on the decision to withdraw from the SPD East precinct. What we got back did not include the mayor's text messages. Furthermore, Mayor's office Went to great length to keep from the public. The fact that 10 months of her text messages weren't recoverable. William Barnett, head of the Seattle ethics and Elections Commissions, is those emissions and deletions were violations of the Public Records Act. There's office blames the Lilliputians on our attention setting on Durkin's phone. Gas prices are expected to rise back east until the colonial pipelines operations are restored following a ransomware hack. But the experts tell Cuomo's Ryan Harris Gas prices will not go up here. Triple A and Gasbuddy say We won't see a big bump in gas prices because our gas comes from a different place, so we're insulated from a problem that should be cleared up in time for Memorial Day travel Triple A's Kelly just says they're expecting the national gas price averaged two top $3 a gallon price We'd love The sea here just says we're more likely to feel the effects of the shortage of qualified fuel truck drivers. Prices were $1 lower last year that demands for fuel had gone way down and these air folks who needed to work and so they took other jobs driving. So now there's a shortage. It's similar. What's happening with car rentals when it comes to driver related gas shortages, just says expect them and more popular destinations like mountains and beaches. Ryan Harris, come on, Bill Gates has changed his mind about whether covert 19 vaccine manufacturers should share their patents with the developing world. Two weeks ago, Gates told a reporter sharing vaccine recipes could compromise vaccine safety. Activist Nick Durden, with global justice now was among many who pointed out public money funded vaccine development, privatize that research and Cooper executives of deciding who lives and who dies now, in a statement, Gates Foundation CEO Mark Sussman says intellectual property rights should not be a barrier to equitable. Vaccine excess Cos Time is 10 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The Kentucky Derby champ is waiting for more drug test results Here's couple is Bill Swartz Medina Spirit on his way to Baltimore for the Preakness Stakes, second leg of Horse racing's Triple Crown. Yesterday, Post race test results were revealed. The Kentucky Derby winner had twice the state allowed amount of the steroid made a method zone. Medina Spirits trainer The Hall of Fame or Bob Baffert told ESPN. Nobody in his camp gave the drug to the throw breath. Never had that. Have ever, you know, And so that's That's a troubling thing that you know that we're just really This has been horrible. For now. Baffert has been banned from entering horses at Churchill Downs and is appealing the ruling and waiting results for a second drug test. Seattle Mariners get Monday night off after losing two out of three in Texas. The Rangers put attend to hurt on Seattle yesterday. The EMS begin a two game series tomorrow night in L. A against the defending World Series champion Dodgers and the Seattle Sounders currently sit atop Major League soccer standings thanks to some days to one victory over the Timbers in Portland. Sports updates at 10 40 After the hour bill shorts come on, is Hi. This is Elaine Mick, owner of Cabinet Discounters. Whether you're remodeling your kitchen bath, family room, office den or any other room in your home to find almost everything you need for your project When you visit one of Cabinet discounter, seven showrooms in.
"58 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Downpours Tomorrow, perhaps a spring thunderstorm. Tomorrow's high 76. It is 58 degrees. Right now. Vice president Kamila Harris is making your first trip since taking office to try steak. White House says the VP will be here on Friday, though there are no details yet on exactly where she will be or why she's coming. Summer speculating should be highlighting the president's infrastructure improvement plan focused on the need to build a new bridge over the Ohio on 75 along the parade alongside the print, Spence 14 year old one for a shooting death over the weekend start himself in and Wilmington Police say that suspect in the shooting of 20 year old Caleb kills. King surrendered last night. No details about what happened have been released. The teen is charged for now with reckless homicide. You won't be needing a reservation when you go to Kings Island this season. The amusement park also says they're dropping temperature checks at the gates and mask requirements for people walking around outside of the park, Kings island Monday announcing new cover 19 protocols for the 2021 season mask will not be required when outdoors that the Mason amusement park but they will be required when indoors and went on rides that are indoors. Face coverings are still recommended for outdoor rides, Gas 10 years of age and older are required to wear a mask while indoors and less than eating and drinking temperature checks will not be done at the gate of hell Screen questionnaire will be conducted by associates at the gate. I will not be on the King's Island Mobile app. Reservations will only be required when guests visit Soak City water Park and most rides will not see limited capacities. Gates Open for gold and platinum season pass holders May 8th and then to the general public A week later on May 15th so city Water Park opens May 29th I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700 WLW Brad's of staff. Their seven game losing streak took extra innings last night in L. A. For the club Do if Jesse Winker again? The hero say we'll have all the details coming up in sports could be a starving afternoon. The tri state Tomorrow forecasters next 700 w w News time. 5 34 men Young Bob Bob Bob Away. Zimbabwe The Broken Bunsen burner burn so bright South Jenny Southeast Asian Peninsula. Yes,.
"58 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Fredericksburg 58. Degrees in Hyattsville 58. Degrees in D. C. CBS News Special Report. The defense has been delivering very lengthy closing arguments in the murder trial of Derrick Show. Vin attorney Aren't Nelson had to be interrupted by the judge said the jury could get a break for lunch, CBS illegal analyst Rikki Klieman says that's not going you're going on for 2.5 hours, and the judge has to interrupt you of necessity. At the point where you're hitting them high point you may have lost half of the jury and his arguments, Nelson reminded that jerk What the use of force trainer at the Minneapolis Police Department said during his testimony he described using any on the neck and back and stated that it can be there for an extended period of time, depending on the level of resistance again. He said that once the suspect is handcuffed, it does not necessarily mean that it is time to move your leg. Next out. The case gets handed over to the jury to deliberate President Biden is expected to deliver remarks after the verdict is read. CBS News Special Report. I'm Stacey Lynn, We are streaming the closing arguments, live a double d t o p dot com and other news and insurance company for the city of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will pay $8 million to a black driver who was paralyzed after a white police officer shot him during a 2016 traffic stop. The payout will settle a long running lawsuit. Brought brought by Dream Mitchell over a shooting Vanik exposed tensions between black residents and authorities in Iowa's second largest city, Cedar Rapids, had spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees. They argued that the officer did not break the law when he shot Mitchell. Resolution avoids a trial that had been scheduled to start tomorrow's the nation awaits a verdict in the Derrick Show VIN Trial. One of the outcomes of this summer's protests against police brutality is a reallocation of resource is in Prince George's County. NBC forced Tracy Wilkins reports on how that led to a new and much needed mental health treatment facility. Last summer's demands for social justice prompted Prince George's County executive, Angela also Brooke to reallocate $20 million away from a new police training building and into a new mental health facility. Right now, some one third of the county's jail population is a mental health medication locked up after encounters with police, according to the county. New behavioral health facility is going into an existing 31,000 square foot building that will be completely renovated. Coming up on news for what this means for the county's one and nine residents living with mental health needs This'll just into the double d t o P news from Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Suffered two strokes and died of natural causes. One day after he battled.
"58 degrees" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Gainesville a 58 degrees at North Georgia's News Talk w D U. N This'll look at traffic is brought to you by Locos Grill in Pub in the drive is looking pretty quiet right now that earlier action that we had reported on 9 85 north, bound between view for drive and friendship Road is not causing any more. Backup crews are still on the scene there, but we're not seeing any delays in that stretch right now. The rest of your drive time just looking normal for this time to commute, although in Gainesville do be aware, Memorial Park Drive is likely still shut down to your tits, Shaw drive. His crews continue to investigate. See that plane crash that happened on Friday. We have no delays right now. On 9 85 I 85 Georgia 400 Highway, 3 16 or Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Ready for a night out with the gang Head for Locos Grilling Pub on trivia Nights, Mondays and Wednesdays at seven o'clock. The top three teams win gift cards. Good for your food order at Locos Grilling pub. That sure would Plaza on the noted Dr in Gainesville from the Access W D win. Hayes GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm cable Bunches. I mean, I'm just a moment we're gonna talk about a decade of industrial encampment is Frank Norton Jr joins us. In the meantime, survey question Georgia House approved a bill that would block local governments from substantially decreasing funding for law enforcement. Do you agree with this so far 82% of you do again. You can vote on that. Access wdun dot com were 12 minutes after seven on a rainy Monday morning heard the good news about Cove in 19 vaccines. They're here, but you can do more than wait for your turn. Here's how stay at least 6 ft away from folks you don't live with, And it's risky to be indoors with him, too. And masks. Well, they protect both the person wearing them and.
Houston Weather: Warn day with thunderstorms ahead
"Day day today today with with temperatures temperatures well well into into the the mid mid seventies, seventies, but but a a cold cold front front does does approach approach tomorrow, tomorrow, bringing bringing thunderstorms thunderstorms into into our our forecast forecast tomorrow tomorrow afternoon afternoon and and tomorrow tomorrow night night and and then then feeling feeling more more like like January Thursday Friday with highs in the fifties on Lee reaching 57 for the low tonight afternoon thunderstorms tomorrow and warm high 70 meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel. In Conroe. It's 58 degrees tonight in Houston, It's 60 degrees and cloudy at Ktrh. Top tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center The
"58 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"All be in our very best only egg lands. Best 503 here on w T o P Thursday evening, December 24th 2020 a rainy Christmas Eve. We have 58 degrees in Annapolis. Good evening. I'm Dimitri sodas for the top local stories We're following this hour for now, where far less focused on a white Christmas that are really wet Christmas. Let's find out about the messy weather live from Storm Team four's Mike Stanford. And Good evening, Dmitri, a band of strong thunderstorms now moving into the eastern suburbs along I 95 from Colombia southward right across the district. We just saw a band of heavy rain move right across the city southward into southern portions of Maryland, the Waldorf area and let Plato and there's some thunderstorms here in some gusty winds, too, so the risk of severe weather still Along and east of I 95 for the next 30 or 45 minutes, and we're gonna get a bit of a break. And then later tonight, especially about nine o'clock We're gonna start to see another band of thunderstorms coming in from the West. As a powerful cold front comes away in these storms may produce some wind damage, along with some flooding rains, so we'll get a little bit of a break here, but watch out for the winter really start to kick up of the next several hours, so wind damage and very heavy rainfall is still in the offing For the next several hours. I'll be back just a couple of minutes with your complete forecast. Mike Stanford Live with Storm Team four on this Christmas Eve. We're learning of a change tonight in the district for Corona virus testing Mayor Muriel Bowser's has due to the bad weather firehouse Testing is not happening tonight. Geico Garage and Nats Park will stay. Open until 7 30 with restrictions going into place all across the D M V. The area is being hit the hardest since the beginning of the pandemic. The days before Christmas had the highest case count for Virginia..
"58 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Both ways between the summon and state road 60 with roadwork. Park Boulevard has the left lane closed each way between Starkey Road in 83rd Street. Steve Foster News radio w F L A mostly clear skies this evening should allow you to see the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn very close to one another right after sunset in the southwest sky. Temperature's pleasant but cool 58 degrees down to 54 low slightly below normal 74 high on Tuesday sunshine few clouds but generally a very nice day Wednesday warms to 74 degrees for the rain Chance 60% on Christmas Eve Day, turning cooler Christmas Day. Northeast winds to North 10 to 15 Nazis, 2 to 3, a moderate shop on bay and inland waters. I'm just channel a cheap meteorologist Steve Derby. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go, So the weather is just all over the place lately, Right? One day it's hot. Next day. It's Zoe's windy for a while. It's like make up your mind already taxes, Mr Progressive to say big Okay, you win. We can't help but save customers Money, progressive Casualty insurance Company and Ophelia Till nd you know the one in the clear jar with the five layers like pumpkin pie and layers like coconut chocolate cookie. Hello. That's till nd creamy gelato in a jar made with real ingredients pretentious, no.
"58 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Credit terms and conditions Apply. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the Threes and Alice Check the weather. The four day WBC AccuWeather forecast a pleasant day today If you could just make it through that dense fog this morning, we'll see the skies clear with mix of sun and clouds, but Sweet spot is the high town 58 degrees dropping to 35 tonight and then starting your work week. That's when we see the temperatures start to plunge. It'll be a colder, becoming breezy. We'll see a little rain even wet snow at times for the afternoon on the cape just rain, primarily, but that rain Could be heavy. At times high of 39 Tuesday, the high dropped to 35 degrees, but we will see plenty of sunshine and then dropping mid week on Wednesday down to 30 degrees right now in the region is 41 in Danvers and Chelsea 44 degrees in Milton. And in Boston. It's foggy 40 degrees. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. And good Sunday morning. Thanks so much for being with us. I'm Sherry. Small. And now here the five things you need to know what 5 16 planes set to take off today delivering the Fizer Corona virus vaccine around the country. They'll begin distributing tomorrow. Hospitals in Massachusetts will receive the vaccine this week. Healthcare workers are nursing home residents at the front of the line who will receive the first shots. Latest spike in the pandemic forces Massachusetts to move back to step want to face three of its re opening plans re imposing tighter restrictions on restaurants. Other and other businesses and other public areas. The basketball coach it's Saugus Middle School, dies after a piece of heavy machinery falls on him at his home. And police are investigating a fatal shooting last night in Woburn, reportedly happening outside Jake and Jo Sports Grill. Just after nine o'clock last night, police say one person was shot. Several suspects fled the scene in a car. Middlesex D. A's office confirming this morning that the injured victim in that shooting has died back now to one of our top stories this Sunday morning. The huge challenge of getting the nation's first approved Covad vaccine to healthcare workers starts today. First UPS shipment of the Fizer covert vaccine consists of some 75 packages packed in dry ice, picked up in Michigan, heading for sorting in Louisville, then points East. FedEx doing much the same heading West. This is government and industry Get moving. This is a monumental week for us all as we distribute.
"58 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Offer's expired November 30th Arizona's morning news, the Valleys on Lee All news morning show. It's 7 23 and for Jamie West Good morning. I'm Peter. Same or looks like the sun is coming out, but it's covered by mostly cloudy skies over the valley. We've got 58 Degrees and Paradise Valley 53 Buckeye, and then we've got 55 Gilbert Phoenix Clinicians are learning a new rapid treatment for trauma, PTSD anxiety and more accelerated resolution therapy. Art, for short is a psychotherapy that Phoenix clinicians are now using to help treat phobias and mental health conditions were able to target specific memories and the parts of the memory that trigger these trauma response is yes, Tiffany Johnson. Which is a treatment inclinations and says it's especially helpful during the pandemic. Since art provides those dealing with trauma anxiety from Cove, it was strong, emotional and physical relief in as little as one session, he barreled Dominion. Katie Our NEWS Arizona Vote America to county supervisors certify that there was no fraud as they certified the general election results, County elections co director Scott Jared says. Record crowds of party representatives watch tabulation and even tested equipment well before the election and independent assessment to confirm that the software had not been changed throughout the process and that the ballots that were run through on October 6 the results that were tabulated from that match, the results that were tabulated we can have after the election, a near record 2.1 million County voters cast ballots. About 8500 of them left President Blank. Katie, our eyes on the economy want to shop safely and shop local during the pandemic. That's thanks to the shop pairs in a marketplace a one of a kind. E commerce website showcasing items for more than 50 local vendors across the state local first Arizona is putting it on and says in a press release that it's an all in one place, making it easier than ever to shop local and keep dollars an easy, the organization says it's been a long time goal to create an online marketplace to go along.
"58 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"This is W meteorologist Lydia with a look at your forecast. Cold Front's just off to the northwest. That's gonna bring in a little bit more cloud cover overnight and also a chance for some of us to see if you showered. Now we do need the rains will be knife. Dropping tonight into the mid to upper sixties. Then, as we watch that front move through the best chance to squeeze out any rainfall is going to be along. I 35 into the east. Otherwise, the rest of us will stay mainly Dr Temperatures Tuesday in the lower seventies. Right now it's 58 degrees A d. F W a report The news is brought to you by America Can cars for kids? The final weeks of this year's hurricane season are still very active, while Tropical Storm Aita is parked off the west Coast of Cuba, the 29th named Atlantic Storm of the season formed today. Tropical storm data is now chugging toward Europe on the cusp of becoming a hurricane and tropical wave moving across the Atlantic right now is a 70% chance of becoming the 30th named Storm of the year would be iota. Hurricane season, of course, ends on November 30th. Again. Right now It's 58 degrees downtown Dallas from the Rexall Yusa W B AP News desk. I'm gonna smarten next update will be a 10 o'clock. Meanwhile, 24 7 coverage is right there. W b ap dot com Breaking FOX News Radio Partners with W B A. B W News and National News. They're felons and trusted. This is used talking 20 dot com. Tarrant County. Judge Whitley literally wants to if he could. Shut down Little league sports teams and all that kind of stuff. You know that. Like Okay. I.
Downtown LA Finally Breaks Streak Of 70-Degree Days
"Cold front finally comes our way. This streak of 70 degree days ends on Tuesday. Tuesday's high temperature 71. We'll see. Showers and thunderstorms coming our way during the afternoon is that cold front presses in on Wednesday expect a high of only 50 mostly sunny but much cooler Thursday. We're up to 58 degrees more sunshine Friday. We're cooler than normal 49 by the afternoon. No rain until this coming Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's high 50 55 on Sunday. I'm w g N meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory.
"58 degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"On 77 W A. B, c and w abc radio dot com. 58 degrees. Cloudy skies. I'm Deborah Valentine High turnout in early voting in New York City so far, the board of Elections says over 315,000 people have turned out at the polls waiting in long lines for hours. Both New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, and New York City's mayor, Bill de Blasio, criticizing the board of elections for not providing more locations, machines and ours. Border elections blow it. The board had enough for knowledge to know that they need a lot of machines, particularly in places where you're gonna have a high level of interest and turn out. Early voting begins at noon time today at the city's 88 locations. Low in school attendance to DeKoven 19, prompting in New York City to give parents and other opt in choice to send their kids back to New York City's public schools under a hybrid learning models, Chancellor Richard Carranza said families have two weeks to decide whether their kids will take part in all virtual learning or a combination of in person and online classes. We think that this is better for the sake of stability for all students for families and educators. So we urge any family who was considering it to take advantage of this opportunity to do so. Now. Parents say they should be able to adjust their kid's school schedule based on the number of covert 19 cases in their district. Liz Warner for 77 W. ABC News New Jersey Readying to vaccinate It's 9.2 Million residents once a covert 19 vaccine is available are inspirational goal forward still Vaccination programme in New Jersey Mr Vaccinate 70% of the adult population in a six month period. State Health Commissioner Judith Person Kelly also says in Phase one high risk individuals over 65 healthcare and essential workers will be vaccinated first per CDC guidelines. Phase two will involve the general public W ABC News time 905 traffic, sports and weather next Decision. 2020 is coming is Donald Trump or Joe Biden and.
"58 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Freeway, No reported delays all earlier issues. Now long since resolved on DC to 95 it on I 2 95 also running without delay. He and Crawford w T o P traffic Now Storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter. It took all day, but we finally got some clearing. Now the clouds air heading right back towards us so clouding over this evening, cool and damp chapters holding steady or slowly falling into the fifties and will be mostly cloudy overnight cool with some patchy fog. Those ranging from the upper forties in the suburbs to the low fifties. Inside the bigger cities, it will be mostly cloudy for your Tuesday. Just Cem peaks of sunshine with a stray shower or some Sprinkles later in the day high will be in the low to mid sixties Wednesday, mostly cloudy highs in the mid sixties. Cloudy on Thursday, we'll get some tropical remnants from Zeta. The rain will be arriving early, becoming breezy, warm and humid. Guys will be in the mid upper sixties and the rain and breezy conditions will continue. Thursday night. On Friday. The rain and Windows taper off to just some scattered showers in the afternoon highs will be in the mid upper sixties on store team four. Meteorologist Vibrator now 58 degrees in Bethesda. Also 58 in Arlington. And in Lanham. It's 57 at 10 30 Thiss is w t O p your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected. And constantly updated in your car at home at work and told to go. W T O p. Never miss a moment. Good evening. I'm Michelle Bash Alicia A. Belson is our producer Coming up. The Senate confirms Amy Cockney Barrett and the new justices sworn in to the U. S. Supreme Court on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller and the nation's High court has voted to prevent one state from counting mailed ballots received after November. 3rd. The covert death rate in the U. S is up double digits compared to two weeks ago. It's 10 31. CBS News Special report tonight at the White House that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States support in United States, Jamie Cody Barrett taking a constitutional oath, the first of two that will allow her to officially join the high court. I love the Constitution and the Democratic Republic that it establishes. I will devote myself to preserving it. Thank you..
"58 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"58 degrees at five o'clock. Good evening. I'm James Flip in New Jersey officials are continuing to report around 1000 newly identified cases of covert 19 each day. That's a trend going back several weeks now Governor Phil Murphy admitting he's not thrilled. Once again. Murphy calls the latest numbers sobering, 1200, plus new cases an infection rate of about 4.5%, and the transmission rate is taking up everywhere you look, it is screaming out that this is searching right now, folks, and we have all gonna band together and turn these numbers down, particularly hospitalizations. Losses of life, but the governor did express some optimism. Mama the notion our off of their peak when they were bubbling up, asshole response a couple of weeks ago. They're off meaningful e still reporting cases, but meaningfully better. I'm Scott Pringle. W argues Well, the expectation is that Judge Amy Cockney Barrett will be confirmed as the next Supreme Court justice before midnight. President. Trump has said he wants to swear her end shortly afterwards. As soon as she's confirmed and sworn in a justice Amy Cockney, Barrett will help decide several critical cases, including if the Affordable Care Act is constitutional. And possibly if states should accept some mail in ballots for the president, who gave her the lifetime Supreme Court appointment with Judge Barrett on the court, Conservatives would have six seats. Liberals three That's correspondent Andy Field. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow. Laying out the president's economic plan. Kudlow, telling Fox News that Trump is focusing on things like tax cuts for middle class Americans, his tax and regulatory cuts. Went to the middle income and lower income people. Those folks.
"58 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tomorrow is warmer with a high of 80 58 degrees right now, News Radio, seven other W W As we can see from our 21 day trend. Charter numbers continue to rise at a rate that should concern all of us. How Governor Mike DeWine says the latest wave of new covert cases continues to break records. More people have been hospitalized because of it in the last 24 hours, and at any point since the pandemic kid Spreads being blamed on social gatherings that involve friends and small groups of family members of governors urging people to limit those kinds of get togethers. Governor of Kentucky is now worried Hospitals in the bluegrass state may not have the space to care for all those getting sick because of what we are are seeing in this escalation. You should know that we have a gun as as a state search preparations again. Governor says Kentucky had a record number of new cases yesterday for Tuesday. Vice presidents coming to Cincinnati today campaigning for President Trump Mike Pence will be in London airport for a rally at six tonight. 10 days you need to register through the campaign website. Everyone will be screened for temperatures and will be asked to wear a mask President on the road last night in Pennsylvania and Trump on a swing state blitz. Area, Pennsylvania last night, he claimed If elected, Joe Biden will set down the country and postpone vaccines. This's an election between the Trump super recovery, which is happening right now at a Biden depression. The event was scheduled to be first lady Melania Trump's first campaign rally in months, but she cancelled due to a lingering call following her covert diagnosis. It all comes as early voting shatters more records. 35 million Americans have now cast a ballot at this time in 20. 16. That number was just 5.6 million. New polls show maybe tougher. Republicans maintain control of the Senate in next month's election, one survey say shows the top Republican appears to be in no danger of losing his seat. Mason Dixon Paul gives Mitch McConnell nine point lead over Democratic challenger 80. McGrath news radio 700 WLW SPORTS Baseball It was the Dodgers over the Rays last night in Game one of the World Series 8 to 3 Clayton Kershaw was dealing cars through the Tampa Bay lineup,.
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"D C bot dot or GE. That's d C b o e dot organ. Jack Taylor. W T o p Traffic check here with Amelia Draper. We've got a pretty day in progress, Amelia A beautiful day out there a nice breeze starting to pick up plenty of sunshine out there and highs today in the mid to upper seventies really mild and enjoy it because today will be about 2025 degrees cooler out there, Ben today. Ah, big temperature drop in. All of this comes with the cold front. It will bring us an increase in clouds during the evening hours since scattered showers are possible by the late evening hours with some showers overnight and then some showers. At times tomorrow. It's not a washout, but this front does move through the region from West East It looks to stall just east of Washington. So what That means the chance for some morning showers, rain and sponsor during the second half of the day, especially along in east of I 95 with your steady temperatures in the mid to upper fifties as we look to Saturday Only warm into the fifties to low sixties mid sixties on Sunday, with plenty of sun currently temperatures across the region right now outside of our studios in northwest Washington, we're up to 58 degrees 54 in Damascus and 59 in Tyson's alright, Emile, you thank you. Thank you so much. It's now 9 51. CBS News Special Report. This is the final day of Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett's confirmation hearing. There's no doubt the judge Bear will be confirmed. Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson. Barrett will not be appearing today to hear from Four experts who support her nomination for experts.
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"O R. And I aren't radio stations. It's 58 degrees at seven o'clock. Good morning. Joe Barton Governor, Cuomo says schools in red zones must close upset with schools that have remained open. The governor is now issuing a threat withhold funding from the government. I don't like to do that. Budgets are tough call across the board. I don't know how Wells to get them to actually do the enforcement they need to do. Meanwhile, restaurants in the city are giving outdoor dining instructions for the winter. Here's Scott Pringle with that story. Electric heaters will now be allowed on sidewalks and streets for dining seating set ups. While natural gas and propane heaters that'll be allowed on sidewalks. Only restaurant owners say this is vital can't survive without them right now that winter's gonna be tough, But the's heaters have been very hard to get is a permanent process for the heaters and restaurants are subject to inspection. I'm Scott Pringle. Double D O R news Concern in New Jersey to the number of Corona virus cases has increased significantly almost 1000 positive. Koven test statewide, NewJersey qualifies for its own travel restrictions. Any state with more than 10 covert cases per 100,000 residents or with a 10%, or higher positive rate. Over a seven day rolling average qualifies. New Jersey, New York and Connecticut issue a joint advisory for voluntary quarantine every Tuesday. By next week, New Jersey could make the list. Alice stocked in Rossini or news and Dr Anthony Fauci says families may need to cut back this Thanksgiving, He says Americans.
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"56 degrees in downtown D. C and it college Park. It's 58 degrees 5 11. Now Arlington County is launching a series of virtual conversations for residents about racial equality. Among the topics on the table Arlington ZIP codes and how they tend to be segregated by race in economic class. It's described as an intense program that gives Arlington Virginia residents the tools needed to deal with race and racism. All told. There are 62 hour sessions online beginning at the end of October. Arlington's chief race and equity officer says the goal is to normalize conversations. About race that are challenging. Del Walters. W. T. O P News. One board member involved in the program says it's not just a response to the deaths of George Floyd and Briana Taylor, but instead to Talkabout fundamentally restructuring a government nearly 80 year old mural inside of Maryland Post office that portrays black slaves pulling barrels of tobacco alongside white men on horses has been covered up in plastic. That mural is called incidents in the history of Catonsville. It was commissioned during President Franklin Roosevelt had been Gration, which provided federal dollars for art displays in public buildings all across the country will count Congressman Kweisi and crew May says that he initiated the conversation with US Postmaster General Lewis to joy after hearing some of his constituents who found the mural derogatory or complained of its deteriorating condition. There is a lot to consider. When choosing a place to call home buddy in this year's list of the best places to live. It appears many people are choosing to settle out West Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, Colorado, all make it in the top five of this year's ranking. What we really see is high desirability into strong job market in particular tech and aerospace jobs. Among the big drivers, according to Devin Doors be the real estate editor for US news. The locations also did well when it comes to cost of living. On this year's list, DC dropped from 19 to 30 a little bit more expensive of a place to live.