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"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
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We're sitting now was news radio news radio 1000 FM 97 7 your information making radio and it a priority here at least a few times here for the weekend among your radio listeners are out and about here's what we have for you at this time the mission for the SpaceX Starship mega rocket ended abruptly with an explosion minutes after launch the liftoff after 8 a appeared .m to be successful when the super heavy booster ignited all of its 33 engines earlier today but the booster exploded over the Gulf of Mexico and SpaceX lost communication with a starship spacecraft a short time later after had it continued to fly with its own six engines a starship's mission was to circle most of the earth before splashing down in the Pacific somewhere near Hawaii all those involved with that flight are saying all is okay and the mission was a success despite the early booster rocket firing off Israel airstrikes in South Gaza reportedly killed more than two dozen Palestinians early today the airstrikes followed Israel's warnings to civilians to evacuate parts of the city in southern Gaza as the Israeli military pushed beyond the northern part of the territory a military spokesman saying the attacks hit dozens of targets including Hamas command centers and rocket launch sites Chinese president Xi Jinping was met with protests at San Francisco's International Airport as he left the country following his week's summit the protests were more peaceful than when he arrived in California on Wednesday we're being told health officials expect an increase of viral illnesses over the holiday season and while flu activity still is actually at low levels overall an official with the CDC predicts there will be many weeks of increasing flu activity the estimate nearly 780 000 people have had so it far this season the director of the CDC says these are the months when flu likes to spread and and of course with the travel for the holidays of course and with all the gatherings here from now until new years the time right now at 8 18 here in northwest news radio bringing it back home here are other stories that we're looking at here for the morning in Tacoma they're investigating a group of teens and young adults who call themselves the Kia boys this after another incident that happened at a school friday they get their name from the social media challenge that highlights stealing Kia's and Hyundai's officers say the group is threatening the Tacoma community today the group is involved in several incidents that were reported to sound 9 -1 -1 some of the complaints were about the suspects driving erratically and flashing a gun at a Tacoma Public Schools patrol officer and threatened to shoot them this weekend Kia holding is a free anti -theft software upgrade event at Alderwood Mall in Linwood the upgrade is designed to make it for harder criminals to steal Kia's by stopping the ignition from being turned on without the key the event runs from 8am until 6pm Saturday and Sunday Preston Phillips at Como 4 Providence Regional Medical Center Everett has replaced more than 1 ,300 striking nurses with at least 520 travel nurses and what we're told hundreds of volunteers and hospital leaders announcing that here in recent days hospitals top brass who had previously declined to reveal the exact number of replacement nurses announced the numbers Thursday on day three of the strike over adequate staffing at the hospital and for the first time an Alaska Airlines flight to Honolulu left Seattle's Paine Field International National there Airport in Everett yesterday morning the fully booked flight on a Boeing 737 -9 Max became the longest flight offered from Paine Field a trip more than 2 ,500 miles estimated at about six hours 15 minutes in the sky the Everett Airport will offer daily non -stop flights to Daniel K International Airport on island the of Oahu and they were here in a new service opens just in time for the holiday season the forecast in Honolulu you know I had to look mostly sunny right now highs in lower 80s yeah and we've got beach fun here going on at 6 p .m. tonight for all those welcomed in the islands the time right now at 820 here Northwest News Radio past the hour we've got a weekend edition of your stock charts calm money and business update headlines to show right now Jim Tesco Boeing says it's launched efforts to develop and use sustainable aviation fuel with Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation member countries the Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration are both partnering with Boeing to sponsor the project well Apple says it's bringing iMessage features to Android beginning sometime next year the tech giant says that iOS devices will begin supporting rich communication services or RCS that's the standard adopted by many Android devices Apple though says the iconic blue bubbles aren't going anywhere and Amazon says it's removing at least seven I drop products after a warning from the Food Food and Drug Administration in a statement the FDA says that the affected products were never approved that's your money now I'm Frank Miller Northwest News Radio channel O 'Donnell longtime friend born in the Northwest who better for something fun when it comes to a look at weekend skies and some weekend tries hang with us do me a favor grab your latest investment statements if you know where they are how many do you have a lot how many different investments are in each statement a bunch do you own individual stocks bonds sector funds and
"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Has sort of listened these sort of move just about, oh, maybe 20 yards too soon and that's when Bobby frankl went his first breeders cup races extra heat right on the money at squirtle squirt and we were second and at that time there was no Philly breeders cup races. We were running with the best boys in the country. So it was quite a trip. I mean, my dad had hats off to my dad again. What a job he did with her. I mean, he spent day and night with her. Like I say, and he didn't miss the didn't leave a stone unturned. And he always taught me. He says, you take care of the little things, John and the big things that take care of their self. Yeah, boy, when we see rewarded with extra heat too, because she was so special. And I couldn't resist. I had to go back and look it up when you were telling the story of taking off extra heat in her second career race. The horse you took off for it was a fully by the name of Zack, who finished second to extra heat that day. Four and three quarter lengths behind her, I might add, but Zack was the favorite in that race. And she went on to earn over half a $1 million. She's a multiple greatest stakes winner. So you can't feel too bad about the horse that you wrote until you look at extra heat resume and you go, oh my goodness. What was I thinking? But you don't know at that point. Well, it's something my father will never let me forget. I'm sure he doesn't. What was his reaction when you were when you told him you were going to the Preakness with coffee with Chris? I spoke to him in great and great life. He's in the next barn to me. He's still training horses. He's still there every morning at 5 o'clock and I went over to him and talked to him and I said, do you think I'm crazy? And he said, no, I don't think you're crazy. He says, I think you got to take that chance. He says, you'll never know until you try. So with him and my mother went to the draw with me last night. So it's great. We're spending time together and I'm looking forward to pregnancy. He's coming. And my mom's coming. My brother is having a fight with cancer right now, but he's going to be there. And my daughter and her husband and I got a brand new grandbaby to 6 months old. So I'm really excited. You know, that's one of the really cool things about this game. You do get to in many times, many instances, you do get to experience these the highs and the lows, but you get to experience it with your family by your side. And that's certainly the case with you, John. Absolutely. And that's the good part about being in Maryland. It's all happening right here where everybody's close. And it's easy trip for us. They gave us a driver. I got my parents being picked up. My family's being picked up, so it's all good. I mean, I'll be there at 6 o'clock Saturday morning and probably be there all day. But now I'm looking forward to it and Maryland's taking good care of me here. They've done everything they could do to help in last night at the draw. It was, it was a lot of fun. I mean, I've seen a lot of people, I hadn't seen in a while and really enjoyed it. I had some good music. So it was fun. Yeah. We broadcast the preaching mistakes on radio many, many times. And it's always one of the really fun events that the whole the whole week leading up to the Preakness and then afterwards, they do the party and the barn area for all the connections that are still want to stick around and hang out for a little bit and it's just, it's so much fun. They make it just a big party. And I think that's really cool. Well, actually for me, to be honest with you, I used to hate this weekend. Not that I hate to break this. But you know, we're stable at Laurel, the pigment pregnancy is a pimlico. And what a headache. I mean, when you got to run a horse breaking this day and you got to leave at four or 5 o'clock in the morning with your help and go over there and fight the crowd, fight the traffic and they bring guards in the don't know you. You can't get in. You can't get here. So I always tried to stay away, but now that I guess part of the limelight, it's been very good. They're actually putting stickers on my truck. I've got access anywhere I want to go. So it's a little different on this side of the fence. I will say I'm regretting sitting back here in Kentucky recording this show with you. We're recording it. People are listening on Wednesday, of course. We're recording the show on Tuesday because Wednesday is such a busy day for you. You are at your Lake house in Maryland and getting a chance to sit out on the back deck overlook the Lake and chill out and I'm very jealous. We're not doing this together because I think that would be fantastic. What a venue. Yeah, what I've done, I love this place. I'm actually setting it to the Chester river, which is just all for the Chesapeake Bay. And about two years ago, I've got a nice boat here and I love the fish. So I went and got my captain's license. And that's no easy, no easy task. So I've got that to fall back on. You know, if I'd ever decide that I am going to retire from this game, I'm going to do some charter boat fishing and stuff like that. And I love the water of his raised around the water. I mean, we crab here. We catch the Maryland crabs, which are the best crabs in the country as far as I'm concerned. And right now we're catching some big rockfish. You know, 36 inches in larger. So I just love it. And it's so relaxing for me. Once I cross the bay bridge and I get over here, everything else goes away. And I really enjoy it. I guess we know where to find you if you win the Preakness.
"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Maintenance, and that's until 5 a.m.. Some city employees have fired over Chicago's vaccine mandate could be reinstated with back pay. That's the recommended ruling coming from the Illinois labor relations board, more from WGN's Jenna Barnes. Asked me spokesman responding in a statement by underscoring the employer's obligation to engage with the union that strong decision will bolster workers rights going forward. But mayor lightfoot spokesman calls the order an erroneous decision that does not follow the law, facts, nor importantly the science, saying we are currently reviewing the ruling and evaluating next steps. The labor relations board says that assuming the city does appeal within 30 days will likely have the final decision by July or August, mayor elect Brandon Johnson's team hasn't said where he falls on the issue. Chicago faith leaders are organizing a walk through downtown this Saturday in response to last weekend's chaos downtown and they're inviting 500 black men to join them. The purpose is to hold teens accountable, but also to show them they're not alone and expose them to resources that will help them thrive in the city. Pastor of politic church, faith church, doctor bishop Horace Smith, told WGN's Lisa dent, oftentimes it's not the kids fault for making poor decisions. We're going to put in the time and the effort, we're going to offer these kids jobs with the summer rather and make sure they are paid for that they're being trained and give them the hope that we received growing up as young people. The walk will start at 6 p.m. Saturday at Roosevelt in Michigan avenue going down Michigan to whacker. The former chief of emergency services for Chicago Richard guided has been tapped as Brandon Johnson's first chief of staff earlier this month guide is retired from OEM C, which he joined in 2005 and spent the last four years running it. Illinois restaurant association president Sam Toya told WGN's Lisa dente's very happy about this. Which has been around, obviously he was head of OEM C and he managed these big events like taste of Chicago, Lollapalooza to name a few. So a lot of people in the restaurant industry got to know him because they're vendors at these big events. Toya says the reason guidance appointment is beneficial to them is because the chief of staff oversees all of the apartments departments that is. Well, the Lake county coroner says a missing navy sailor drowned in Lake Michigan and there's no sign of foul play, but is that the still remains under investigation. The body of 21 year old Seamus gray was discovered by comet workers Wednesday night near Waukegan harbor, surveillance video last showed him walking along the edge of the Lake a month ago. WGN sports time one O three the cups came home from there 5 in one road trip and took a four game win streak in Wrigley Field, but lost their series opener with the Dodgers 6 to two. That's because jame outman hit two home runs, including the game deciding Grand Slam to snap a two all time the top of the 9th off of Michael fulmer they'll resume their series later on the afternoon. White Sox had the day off. They take their 7 and 12 record into league best template tonight, the rays are 16 and three on the season. Liam Hendricks announced on Instagram that he is in remission in cancer free after recent completing his treatments for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. Chris
Revolutionizing the NFTs Telept City Launches CuttingEdge AIGC NFT Platform for Web3
"6 p.m. Saturday February 25th, 2023. Revolutionizing the NFTs tell up city launches cutting edge AI GC NFT platform for web three. San Francisco, USA, February 25th, 2023, chain wire telep incorporated, a web 3.0 startup, has announced today the launch of a groundbreaking first mover web PC platform tele city, which empowers participants to create one of fake and AI generated non fungible token NFT called X native. With its cutting edge AI generated content AI GC image generation model that has undergone rigorous fine tuning. The post revolutionizing the NFTs tell up city launches cutting edge AI GC NFT platform for web three first appeared on the crypto basic.
"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on WTOP
"Home hospice care. The Carter center tweeted Saturday that the 98 year old decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention. The Democrat from Georgia served one term in The White House marked by the Iran hostage crisis and energy crisis and rampant domestic inflation. Since leaving office in 1981, Carter has been active in habitat for humanity and several humanitarian efforts worldwide. One woman is dead, 19 others hurt in a Saturday morning fire and an apartment building in Silver Spring over 400 people displaced by the blaze after 6 o'clock, Saturday morning, one of them Stephen Wilkes talks with our news partners at NBC four. There were two times when the firemen came by. They told us the first time to stay where we were that was the best place to be until we could get air and then the second time they safely evacuated everybody to the far stairwell Montgomery county fire investigators still trying to determine a cause for that blaze. Secretary of State Anthony blinken has met with China's top diplomat. Saturday's meeting was the first high level discussion since the U.S. shot down to suspected Chinese spy balloon two weeks ago. Blinken had won Yi held sideline talks as the two attended the Munich international security conference, Lincoln canceled a trip to Beijing earlier this month as a result of that balloon incident. At that same conference, vice president Kamala Harris leveled serious charges against Russia. If Putin thinks he can wait us out, he is badly mistaken. Speaking in Germany at the Munich security conference, vice president Kamala Harris said, if Russia is allowed to succeed in Ukraine, other nations could follow its bloody, brutal example. Usher has committed crimes against humanity. Next week will mark one year since Russia's invasion. Ukrainian forces are bracing for a spring assault from Moscow, already the Russians have ramped up their artillery strikes at strategic points in the east. That is CBS's Christina rafini at The White House. It's one 34 North Korea said to have launched another intercontinental ballistic missile on Saturday. This one landing in Japanese waters. During a panel at that Munich security conference, South Korea's foreign minister park Jin said that most of the world's focus on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine has allowed North Korea to continue its nuclear ambitions unchecked. If North Korea conducts the 7th nuclear test, which could happen at any time, it will be a game changer. In a sense that North Korea could develop and deploy tactical nuclear missiles. North Korea has detonated 6 nuclear explosions since 2006, the defense minister for Japan says Pyongyang's most recent projectile traveled for 66 minutes had the capability of traveling about 8700 miles. It's one 35. The power is back on at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, a terminal one that outage impacted flights for days. A small fire caused by an electrical panel malfunction in a utility room Thursday morning resulted in a lot of chaos for people expecting to travel since then port authority has been working with the operators at terminal one, and according to airport officials, only 5% of schedule flights go in and out of terminal one while the closures caused some confusion, things seem a bit more under control Saturday. That is WCBS TV reporter Alicia Reed at JFK. The man who allegedly shot two Jewish men outside synagogues in Los Angeles has been indicted on federal charges. 28 year old Jamie tran played a non guilty to the hate crime charges. Law enforcement, the state, local and federal, is taking every possible step to prevent these incidents and to react in the strongest possible way when hate crimes occur. Martin Estrada with the U.S. attorney's office
AshSwap the first stableswap DEX Launches on MultiversX Mainnet
"6 p.m. Saturday February 11th, 2023. Ash swapped the first stable swap DX launches on multiverse X mainnet. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, February 11th, 2023, chain wire ash swap. The first stable swap DX on the multiverse X blockchain previously elrond network is officially launching on the multiverse X mainnet on February 17th. The DX will seamlessly bridge critical defy functions and provide tighter spreads with a fraction of the liquidity on multiverse X in November 2021, ash swap. The post ash swapped the first stable swap DX launches on multiverse X mainnet appeared first on coin journal.
"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on Game Dev Unchained
"Social foundational games really got big. A lot of people were missing the interaction. And so there's a lot of multiplayer games that Fortnite just basically rule the world war zone in particular, right? Definitely kick ass. And now I'm seeing the trend kind of inverting back. There was that summer festival that just happened. Games like you guys like RPG, single player experience. A lot of single player experience. A lot of people just want to spend time alone now. That's trending really hard. So I don't know if you guys are noticing that too, and I would love to know your thoughts about it. Let's go with the Craig this time since he had a talk for a while. Cool. Yeah, look, we started with the single player game because that's what we it's what our passion is for a lot of us what's our background is and it was about a year over a year before the pandemic started. So we just kind of wrote it out and glad that there's that shift back to the single player. Single player experiences. Absolutely noticed that the people were I mean, myself I played a bunch of the games. You just mentioned as well because we couldn't see our Friends. So we would arrange like, okay, 6 p.m. Saturday, four of us are going to be playing war zone or pubg or deep Colin and I were playing deep rock galactic. Just stuff that wouldn't necessarily be my first choice, but you don't have the hey, let's go to the bar. Hey, you guys for you to go to the restaurant. That kind of stuff just wasn't possible. And as the world slowly returning to normal, we're talking about people going back to offices and stuff like that. I've seen outside of the industry as well. People are a lot of companies are the two days a week in the office three days from home.
"6 p.m. saturday" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Trending Now. On news radio 8 30 K. H B h I'm Roger Mari. Hawaii. Senator Brian Shots is saying he will vote to convict former President Donald Trump at the conclusion of this second impeachment trial. Shots took to Twitter, saying the first priority of a president is to keep Americans safe, he added. When protesters stormed the U. S Capitol building, Trump did not deploy the National Guard to put an ent it. There's a possibility Trump's Senate impeachment trial could and Saturday Why health officials today reported one new coronavirus related death and 70 new infections, pushing the total number of cases since the pandemic began to 26,743 cases. The death toll in Hawaii now stands at 425. Despite a push to ease Cupid restrictions, Honolulu Mayor Rick Bland Jordy announced today he's keeping the existing tiered reopening structure through at least mid marsh. That means a while who will remain interior too likely through February, 25th. Under the plan In order to move into Tier three, the seven day average of total new cases reported on Oahu with need to be between 20 and 49. The positivity rate between 1% and 2.49%. The National Weather Service has issued a high surf warning until 6 p.m. Saturday for the north and west shores of all islands. Waves are forecast to build 2 25 to 35 ft along north facing shores with surf of 22 2 26 ft for West chores. Anyone going to the beach in the High Surf.