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"61 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Essential Indiana He's the man for all seasons visit champion heating dunk. I met Bear with traffic on the fires. Father was on Twitter at W ibc Tread. Marcus barely wish TV meteorologist. What are you doing, fool? Hey, Tony. Welcome back, my friend. Good to hear from you. Beautiful day today, sunshine and it's going to be less muggy as we roll through this work week. It's gonna be a warm one. Today, though, will finish with a high of around 86 this afternoon. Tonight, mostly clear it will be a bit cooler overnight. I'll tell you what. It should be pretty comfortable as well, though down to 60, and then it shakes out to be pretty nice to the mid week Tuesday Sunny skies a high of 79 Wednesday sunny with highs in the upper seventies Thursday, mostly sunny with a high of 83. We won't see another chance of rain until Friday at the end of the week. That is Marcus. Barely who missed me? I didn't. I didn't know. Wow. Did Not. I kind of kind of shocked. I got nothing to say. Look at me with me Tongue tied by Marcus Bailey, Who would have guessed Nummi. Not me. 61 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather center. The time is six. Oh, six. So maybe it is time we took a look at this inflation and asked ourselves exactly what's going to happen next. Exactly how bad is this going to be?.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Vera Joe at nervous this weekend. Mervis Diamond Importers Before details, go to Mervis diamond dot com Southland weather From Ko Phi. It's cloudy today with patches of fog and drizzle near the coast in the morning and then highs will be in the sixties. Some of that cloud cover will give way to sun in the imminent valleys in the inland empire. I will be in the seventies inland, Foggy and cloudy, This'll morning study also in the in the Empire Highs in the mid seventies, right now it's 57 degrees in Sherman Oaks. 61 degrees in Culver City, 61 degrees and win a park and 61 degrees and orange. We lead local. Why, from the KO Phi 24 hour news room, I'm Brian Broom. This'd is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice where I tell you, You have absolutely no case if you're injured, Need a lawyer go to handle on the law dot com And if you're a lawyer and want to join our team because people desperately need your help go to.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is 7 23 61 degrees in Paradise Valley. I'm Jamie West Corona virus in Arizona. During President Biden's first speech to Congress. Last night, he shined a light on State Farm Stadium, Mass vaccination center in Glendale, Arizona. I asked the nurse I said, What's it like? She looked at me and she said, it's like every shot is giving a dose of hope. Biden was highlighting his administration's covert 19 response, but the president and vice president toured the site virtually in February. Opioids they kill more than pain. Overdoses are increasing here in the valley, especially for one vulnerable age group. It's not very often firefighters have to use NARC can that overdose reversal drug on Children, Phoenix fire captain Rob McDade says, and unfortunately, we've had to do that recently to save the Children wives. On Monday, firefighters responded to a hotel near 44th Street and Van Buren after a baby went into cardiac arrest. After swallowing an unknown pill. We've used the word setting a lot when we're talking about this epidemic. But remember, all of the other pain pills are opiates is well, you absolutely have to treat that like poison in your home. Al Yvette ner Katya. Our news. Time for traffic time, Pretty to Dan affiliate on the Valley Chevy dealers trade from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center and Looks like the freeways there holding pretty steady, But that means the Westside slowing continues. Yeah, that means we're in check. Basically, the eastbound 10 didn't get any better didn't get any worse. But that means an extra 4 to 5 minutes on it. And right now that's holding steady at about an 18 minute ride eastbound 10 from the one on one to the 51 in the eastbound direction, South found 17. Also holding steady, but that's also means an extra 3 to 4 minutes on YouTube. So you're looking at 17 minutes at the moment, so found from Peoria to the 10 split the eastbound 11. I'm not seeing any new brake lights, so it's still delay free. The 51 actually improved a little bit once that stalled vehicle was cleared. Stop out near Indian school. Things got better there. No delays on the 51 4. Now this traffic report brought.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:49 min | 8 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now in Phoenix. Partly cloudy skies 61 degrees weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace a repair call Howard Air. I'm Jeff Mon on Arizona's news station K T a R news. Mike Broom head show on K T A R news 92 3 FM and the K t A R news app. Hey, thanks so much appreciate you being with us happy Friday from the mic Broom had show Um We've been talking about the early days of the Biden administration. What is good? What is bad? What he said. That was right on the money in his inauguration speech going to be a president for all Americans, but we are starting to see the policies unfold. And which direction will America go? And will it be the right direction? That's what people are looking at. And I think this is what we should always do. And we got off the rails with a trump presidency. That was I've never seen anything as contentious is those four years. And now we've got Joe Biden is president. And if we focus in on what Joe Biden is doing, why he's doing it. Then we can receive the good, the bad and the ugly and everything in between. And right Now we're starting to see executive orders after executive order after executive order, and even supporters of Joe Biden are beginning to say, Hey, you know, Take it easy. So, um We know the McCain family supported Joe Biden, longtime friends, the McCain family and the Trump family did not get along in any way, shape, manner or form and that relationship went back to the late senator when he was alive. John McCain and Donald Trump did not get along as people and they didn't get along as well as people in the government either. And, uh, I didn't like it. I've said before I was a Trump supporter. But I also had a phenomenal relationship that I will always cherish with the late John McCain and, you know it's funny to see politically people that hate your guts for saying that, and I never understood it. John McCain was good to me. And so I felt like a kid caught in a horrible divorce. I was a good friend with John McCain s so weird to be able to say that, but he really treated me Like a friend, and at the same time I supported a lot of the policies and a lot of what President Trump was trying to do. But I was caught in the middle because I supported them both. Megan McCain. Who I've become pretty good friends with over the years, especially when her father was sick was out in support of Joe Biden become president. But what I like about Megan is she will call people out much any time she thinks they need to be called out. And even though she supported Biden over Donald Trump. Here's what she said. Now, if you're Joe Biden and you've made 19 executive orders, as opposed to President Trump, who did five in his first week, President Obama, who did five in his first week, President Clinton, Bush, who did zero. It may be time to start working with the other side. Because if you're just gonna legislate in the same way that President Trump did. Isn't a sea change. This isn't healing, And this isn't coming together. I thought the whole point of the Biden administration is that you weren't going to be like the Trump administration. And she makes an excellent point in calling out the people like herself that thought this was going to be a time of mending and healing and he's she said. This is just a seat change. This is now we're just going to sprint in the other direction with 19 executive orders and counting And what they did. There's so many executive orders coming out of this administration that they broke them up by theme by day. There was a healthcare day There was an equity day There was an economy day They're culminating in, uh, immigration, I think is today. Is this. This is not a way to work together and he's already been challenged on immigration on one Of halting deportations, and a federal judge has already told him he's pushed too far on that. There's only been one challenge that we know of that has stopped anything, but they're pushing back on using executive orders. So Meghan McCain's not done. This is this is interesting. I worry about this seesawing pendulum going back and forth where we're just using executive orders to legislate and it's not just Me and Sarah that have criticism of it. The New York Times has come out pretty hard criticism. The New York Times isn't exactly a bastion of conservatism, saying quote. This is no way to make a law. It's a flawed substitute for legislation. And it is in the point always was in the past that when one president signs an executive order, it's not a law and the next president, Concomitant can reverse it, And we're seeing that now, as far as I'm concerned, that's where elections have consequences. They're going to challenge some of those like they challenge them with Donald Trump and immigration as well. So there's going to be challenges to these. But in the end, what this is, is a lazy way to do things. It's like electing a different king every four years. That just reverses what the old King did our queen it is. It is a silly way to do things now. Congress can't get anything done. And the funny thing about this with leadership is this is where the dysfunction is in our government. This is where we dig in our heels, and I'm saying we, the voters. Congress. We don't tolerate this kind of mismanagement in any part of life in other parts of life. You go to prison. If you mismanage somebody else's money, the way they mismanage our money. But they certainly would lose their jobs. And no one loses their job in D. C. Congress has got almost zero approval rating almost single digits in approval rating. Except everybody gets reelected because I like my legislator, but yours has to go. Nancy Pelosi has no business retaining the speaker's job. There's not an ounce of working with the other side in her And Chuck Schumer is the he said when they took over the Senate He was. He was basically telling everybody, you know, buckle up. That's what he said that this is going to be a crazy ride. They're not working with the other side. They're not working with each other. They're going to get frustrated with the Republicans pushing back and they're probably gonna end the filibuster. And it's only going to be a 50 vote majority because the 50 vote is a tie is all that's needed and the vice president's gonna break the tie and they're going to do whatever it is that they want to do now, as far as I am concerned. I do believe in elections having consequences. The Democrats want it all. So they have the right to do what they're doing, but they're not doing it the right way with legislation these executive order after executive order after executive order Was going to get pushed back upon. But it's not the way that the founding fathers ever desired. You designed the executive order process and the people that have made this process of executive orders. That's not what it was designed.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Baseless accusations of fraud and election stealing. Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans are jumping on the president's bandwagon, refusing to accept the results of the election. Even his Biden's wind solidifies with the final vote counts. How the GOP moves forward from here. I'm tan Xena Vega, and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. W. N. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op now offering fresh local turkeys, organic produce and store made pies for your holiday table, open to the public, with delivery and curbside pickup available more at Flatbush food dot coop. It's w N Y. C. Stay tuned. There is Mohr of our monthly live call in special. Ask Governor Murphy just ahead at eight o'clock on 93.9 FM. It's the investigative Siri's reveal if you're listening on AM 20 tonight. At eight o'clock. It is on point mostly cloudy Tonight loaf about 61 degrees. It's w and my C at 7 20. You're listening to ask Governor Murphy a W B Geo news production in collaboration with W, N Y. C and W H Y got a question for the governor. Call us a date for 46779283. Or send us your questions on Twitter or Facebook. With the hashtag Ask of Murphy..

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"61 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We've got 61 degrees at four o'clock afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Joe Biden has now been declared the winner in Wisconsin, leaving seven states still too close to call. The margin of victory is less than 1% of Wisconsin, which means Trump has a right to a recount. And he wants one. Just moments ago, The Trump campaign put out a statement saying that they will indeed request that recount their inside the threshold right now. If in Wisconsin if you're inside 1% point you have right to request that recount Right now. It is 7/10 of a percentage point about 20,000 votes. Interestingly, if it's more than a quarter of a percentage point, you gotta pay for it. As correspondent recline. Seven states still remain to be called for either candidate. Biden has a very small lead in Michigan, but Trump is up by seven points in Pennsylvania. Trump also has a one point lead in North Carolina. Trump team, insisting the president will be reelected The Trump campaign holding a press call on Wednesday, insisting the remaining vote counted, a number of states will swing to the president and continuing to cast doubt on mail in voting. Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien know the Democrats are pushing. To count late ballots. Why are they pushing to count Lee balance because they know and we know that we can't Oh legal balance. Three campaign provided no evidence to back up their claims that ballots have been cast illegally. This comes after President Trump declared he would be taking the election to the Supreme Court and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington and here's the president early today will be going to the U. S. Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop. We don't want them to find any ballot, said four o'clock in the morning and add them to the list. Okay. States too close to call at this point, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and Alaska. Staten Island Congressman Max Rose, not conceding his race after challenger Nicole Malia Takis declared victory. Here's what Rose is saying today there are 40,000 absentee.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I 2 75 north bound beyond Gandhi Boulevard. The left lane is blocked I four is clear and the Skyway Bridge looking clear at this time. I'm Brian Black NewsRadio. Wofl. Just a fantastic weather day for us. Low humidity. Plenty of sunshine should go right into a nice evening temperatures in the upper sixties might be a little cool. If you're gonna be out later in the evening, so bring a jacket. 61 degrees to start for Wednesday. Classic November Day Really lots of sunshine 82 for a high still lower humidity, but a Northeast wind does slowly bring back a little bit more moisture. Rain chances go to 10% with a few more clouds on Thursday high of 85 84 30% rain chance Friday. North East East winds 15 to 20 sees 2 to 4 choppy conditions Bay Waters I'm news Channel, a chief meteorologist, Steve Jerky. News radio fella now streaming on your Amazon echo and over 2000 devices by the I Heart radio ad. Teats introduce my self will I've been around for you stole many a man. So I was around when Jesus down. Hey, damn! Should just Pleased to meet you. And you with me. This is a coast to coast. Am with George Noory up next. The prophecy. For John Hold joins us. John has made some predictions. He was our guest last night. We'll talk about that and see how close we're getting to them when we come back. Let's talk for a moment about pure talk, you say. Why are you paying for unlimited data on your cell phone with other servers when you're only using two gigs? Think about that. It's how the big carriers kind of hookey win, just like a fish on a hook. They charge your huge monthly fees for the data that you'll never need and perks that you never use. That's why it's.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Center on news radio 700 wlw. Partly cloudy sky conditions tonight it will be seasonal with a low of 46. I'm not as cold rain chances do return Sunday. A few showers possible in the morning, but those clouds increased much of the day in the rain chances more likely late in the evening and into the night. The high 63 from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Sherry Hughs news radio 700 wlw. Right now. No rain on radar. It is cloudy and we have 61 degrees in Cincinnati. Thousands of people rallying today in the women's march in Washington. Some protesters calling for President Trump to be voted out others for the Supreme Court vacancy to be left open and others still for racial justice and gender equity. More than 116,000 people had pledged to March today. Senate Judiciary Committee by the way is going to vote on Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination this coming Thursday. University of Kentucky studying a new approach to identify people who have contracted the Corona virus, University of Kentucky, scientists are testing wastewater from six dormitories, Director of Environmental Health and Safety David Hibbard says. A sampler in a manhole outside the door and periodically takes samples, he tells wk Whitey. The samples are analyzed by experts may be identified points of where we may have infection. Occurring but more so it's It's really complimentary to to the swab testing that we have to kind of.

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NLCS Game 2: Relentless Atlanta Braves bats put Los Angeles Dodgers in perilous 2-0 hole

Clark Howard

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

NLCS Game 2: Relentless Atlanta Braves bats put Los Angeles Dodgers in perilous 2-0 hole

"But tonight They had to sweat it out through the very final out good ballclub playing and their explosive as we saw. I didn't feel good with a big lead. I mean, because these guys are too powerful manager Brian Snitker for the Braves in the last few minutes from Arlington, Texas, the brave withstand a furious rally in the the ninth ninth ninth inning inning inning inning by by by by the the the the Dodgers. Dodgers. Dodgers. Dodgers. He He He He scored scored scored scored four four four four times, times, times, times, couple couple couple couple home home home home runs runs runs runs and and and and there there there there the the the the Braves, Braves, Braves, Braves, though, though, though, though, hang hang hang hang on on on on for for for for the the the the 87 87 87 87 win win win win in in in in Game Game Game Game two, two, two, two, and and and and L. L. L. L. C C C C s s s s Game Game Game Game three three three three is is is is tomorrow night in Texas, 61 degrees on Peachtree Street, heading

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Square because Ledo Pizza never cuts corners. Ledo Pizza has been a local favorite since 1955 order online at Ledo pizza dot com. I'm re to Kessler, w T o p traffic, and now the storm team forced Chuck Bell. Hurricane Delta is gonna have a big impact on the Gulf Coast over the next 24 to 48 hours and will lead us to a chance for some heavy rain or in the money. They will be dry between now and Saturday night. But that rain event on Sunday and Monday with was left of Delta could easily be a 123 inch rainfall around our area with localized amounts potentially in excess of three inches, so be ready for a lot of rain. A good opportunity to get the storm drains in the gutters cleaned out between now and the end of the day on Saturday, nothing but sunshine today High 73 clear, dry and chilly tonight in the mid forties on Friday morning. Friday, another day filled with sunshine and highs near 70 Saturday. Very cloudy way more human on Saturday with temperatures in the mid to upper seventies and then the rain likely to start sometime Saturday night and again could be some heavy rain Sunday into Monday. I'm storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T o P Bright sunshine Blue skies 61 degrees in Washington. Thiss is tell you 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 morning. I'm Deborah Feinstein. And I'm Mark Lewis Fonda. Blondie is our producer.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"61 degrees in 11 o'clock in Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett is being called everything from a Dumpster fire to an S show. The first presidential debate went off the rails early with President Trump and Joe Biden yelling at each other for some 90 minutes. Campaigns are trying to spin this charade. Republicans are arguing that the president made a compelling and commanding case. While Biden's campaign said he showed stability while the president just exuded chaos. Mattis correspondent Mary Bruce. Today the candidates are back out on the road, didn't Trump and Joe Biden hit the campaign trail today, trying to rev up voters after their first showdown on the debate stage. The president is heading to Minnesota, a state that narrowly went for Hillary Clinton in 2016 team. Trump is eager to flip the state but in ABC News Washington Post poll two weeks ago showed bite him with a 16 point advantage. Biden does a one day train tour through eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, trying to cut into the president's advantage outside Pittsburgh in that critical Battleground. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington and here in the city, a sign of progress. Indoor dining is allowed for the first time in six months. Toronto owners across the city say they've been waiting for this day for a long time, People to realize you know, the good operators and professional restauranteur is out there really taking this seriously, but there is a covert catch. Of course, restaurants can only operate a 25% capacity indoors. That, combined with outdoor seating may be enough for some. But many owners say they're just weeks or at most months away from shutting their doors because they say, every table has to be full to turn a profit. No one laden wooo are news and there is concern that the progress could be reversed. That's because the positivity rate in the city Continues to spike. The city's daily covert infection rate now exceeds 3%, primarily due to a lack of compliance with safety guidelines and nine zip codes in Brooklyn and Queens. The mayor valves to ramp up enforcement and work with community leaders in mostly Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods, where many residents are not social distancing are wearing masks. The mayor promises. If the numbers don't come down, non essential businesses and private schools will be closed and gatherings of more than 10 band. Alice Stockton Rosine E W. Our news. Violence in the city flares again. A queen's woman inside her home was killed by a stray bobs and paramedics responded around 12 45 in the morning, finding 43 year old Bertha Arriaga unconscious. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Reports indicate the bullet went through a window before striking her this at her residence along 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights. Of course, shootings in general continue to be way up when compared to this time last year, Just about an hour later in Brooklyn, three were shot one fatally at a car wash and Coney Island, James Flippen. W. O R NEWS a decision expected today in the case of a Boy Scout killed by a drunk driver on Long Island, a judge going to rule on allegations of jury misconduct years ago Today, Thomas Murphy plowed into a Boy Scout troop in manner Ville after spending the day drinking at a golf course killing 12 year old Andrew McMorris. Murphy was found guilty of vehicular homicide, but sentencing was postponed. To to allegations of jury misconduct. Today. The judge is expected either to proceed directly to sentencing or he could grant a new trial with Murphy's attorney. Maintaining jurors did discuss the case inappropriately, although he doesn't expect the judge to overturn the case, Liz Warner W or news And the National Transportation Safety Board has issued its final report on that deadly limo crashing Harry Agency says Prestige limousine, the company that owned the vehicle's responsible for the crash that killed 20 people. They also criticised the State D M. V and the dhoti for not doing enough to get that limo off The road are news at 11 brought to you today by Calvary Hospital where life continues,.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Pc Mobile News on the level on the go, you can expect a surgeon Corona virus testing. Partly cloudy 61 degrees. It'll be cool and breezy tonight. Partly sunny tomorrow I'm staying. Lear. Here's what's trending at 6 30. President Trump has announced millions of Rapid Koven 19 tests are being distributed nationwide. Foxes get all Scott reports. The president says these tests will give results in about 15 minutes. Abbott Labs is providing about 150 million of the tests for distribution, 100 Million Rapid Point of care test will be given to states and territories to support Efforts to reopen their economies in schools immediately and fast as they can. The rest are earmarked for nursing homes, hospice facilities and historically black colleges. The effort comes as a number of states are seeing rises in covert cases which in this country is past seven million confirmed Good All Scott Fox News. Another 879 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with covert 19. The total is more than 118,000 people in Indiana. Now. As a result, Indiana's food banks need your help. Eric Berman explains. The pandemic. Both increase demanded food banks and made the work more labor intensive because of new procedures to minimize contact. Food banks say they need several 100 volunteers to pick up the slack. Eric Berman, 93 IBC Mobile News. Downtown Indianapolis is fighting back from the violence in late May. But the Corona virus restrictions are hurting restaurants all across Indiana central business district to hit hard not just in downtown Annapolis but also Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend and other places. Because all the cultural amenities, attractions and so forth and offices are not being utilized as they have in the past. Patrick Tam is CEO of the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association, he tells inside Indiana business you can help by returning to those troubled local business places. An NFL legend stopped a woman for kidnapping his nine month old grandchild from his home in California, Joe Montana and his wife were able to take the baby out of the woman's arms. She was arrested later and now you know what a football hero is your one minute away from traffic and weather. It's 6 30 to thiss Hour on 93 WNBC is powered by Marshall, Mechanical, your American Standard Air dealer and John Hi. This is Jay Farner, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making the right financial decisions.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On hundreds of vehicles at Chevrolet. Buick GMC Up, you all up, Find a better buying experience at Chevrolet Buick GMC of pula dot com. Well, enjoy the dry conditions today because the rest of the week it'll be went up to an inch of rain Expected tomorrow partly cloudy today. Eyes nearing 70 right now, 61 degrees outside the Carter Subaru Studios. I'm Erin Granola for breaking news highlights, Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. Thank you so much for listening to the GM. Ursula's show. We're now learning more about the inconsistent statements made by law enforcement following the death by police of Manny Ellis into coma. And also how our state's mental health care system failed him. Joining us now is Seattle Times reporter Patrick Malone, who's been digging into the Manny Ellis case. Good morning, Patrick. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Thank you for joining us. So first of all, I want to commend you for your great work. I read your first piece over the weekend. And your headline for that is that the Tacoma police investigation was flawed from the start. For our listeners who are not that familiar with the case or who haven't read your piece if you could briefly explain. Why it was flawed from the beginning. Sure. Well, just for a quick background. Manulis was walking himself to coma and the late on the night of March 3rd when there was an encounter with police, and that's where the contradictions began. Police were very quick to put out statements that characterized Mr Ellis as aggressive as trying to enter ah occupied vehicles at an intersection and that that was observed by police. They killed. The Police department put out that statement initially, and the investigation after Mr Ellis died in police custody from lack of oxygen was taken over by the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. Quickly echoed those same statements that Mr Ellis was the aggressor and that this was just unfortunate accident that resulted from his aggression towards officers. But as time went on, a couple of eye witnesses came forward and even at videos And while they didn't have the beginning of the interaction between Mr Ellis and officers, neither did officers because to coma, at least not yet doesn't have Lapel cams on their officers. So when these eye witnesses came forward, you know, one of them expressed in an interview that was video recordings shared with the media by the Ellis family lawyer that he even questioned himself because he wasn't sure that police were referring to the same incident that he saw because their description was so different. ERM what He's both He and the second witness who also had video recording say they have an identical story that police pulled up close to Mr Ellis swung open a car door knocked him to the ground. And the beating commenced, And from that point it is on video. So you know we wanted to kind of take a look at the differences first between what police said and what I witnesses said in there, they're miles apart. So Patrick. I wanted to get your reaction to something that Pierce County Sheriff's spokesman, Ed Troyer told us about how Tacoma police came into conflict with Ellis and what happened during that arrest. So this is this is something that you spoke to, But this is specifically what he said He was having distressing the intersection. They asked him if he was all right, needed help. He walked up to the Tacoma Place officers is that I have warrants. I need to talk. Soon as a police officer got out of a car he assaulted. One of them.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Zero interest for two full years called +866 90 Nation, Visit them online at window nation dot com. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P. Traffic. Thank you, Rob. Now, the four day forecast from Storm Team four. Meteorologist Lauren Ricketts was absolutely gorgeous yesterday in temperatures Tom down the mid to upper sixties. That's a good 10 to 15 degrees below normal For this time of year. We should be in the upper seventies but definitely taste a phone this last weekend of summer temperatures today. Almost exactly the same. Mid to upper sixties will have plenty of sun once again and we won't quite have that wind that we did yesterday. So much lighter wind today, but we are waking up the chilly conditions. Overnight. Once again will be waking up to chilly conditions back in the thirties and forties and then once again plenty of sunshine and heading into the sixties tomorrow or in the seventies on Tuesday, with plenty of sunshine Wednesday temperatures right around 80 degrees, and we stay around 80 for Thursday and Friday could see some remnants of beta possibly try to make it through here next weekend. That really doesn't look promising at this point. I'm 17 4 meteorologist. Lauren Rickets, 61 degrees in Annandale 60 in Takoma Park and 55 in Bui 59 degrees and sunny, Very sunny here in northwest Washington. W T o p News time 10 31 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 on the go. W GOP Never miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Christopher Cruise on a good Ellis and the editor's desk Coming up. Trump supporters gather at a voting site in Virginia and some voters say they felt.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"047 FM. Good Morning 7 46. And it's Thursday, September the 17th and summer's necked on with this yet mostly cloudy and sticky today, possible late, not shower is a cool front rules through today's high 78, then a big drop. And the temperature over the next 24 hours or so storm team 10, meteorologist Christina Ernie says Friday. Mostly cloudy, breezy and much cooler high reaching about 61 degrees and It'll be a bit of a reach for Saturday and Sunday. Still in the low sixties, all weekend long Saturday looks sunny and windy. Still cool 62. Then for Sunday, partly sunny and a cool high of 61 degrees, good football weather, right? For the temperatures, But the Patriots will be out of Seattle taken on the Seahawks a much more difficult task. Then take another Miami Dolphins. So you know, we'll see whether or not Cam Newton can still hold on to the first week. They were. He was something a watchman. I mean, try to bring that guy down. Sell big ius is huge. 7 47 At least one person was killed by Hurricane Sally. Unfortunately, after it came on shore near the Gulf Shores, Alabama close to the Florida pan of border in the Panhandle there Happened yesterday came on as a category two storm packing 105 Mile an hour Winds two in one person died. Aren't these Orange Beach, Alabama, Another person is missing the slow moving storm. When it hits sure is only within two miles an hour. It's moving it about five now. When it hit it dumped heavy rains in the region, with downtown Pensacola, Florida having nearly 3 Ft of water covering its streets. Looked like rivers there before it started to recede to Sally also tore loose a construction crane it smashed into.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Works and single fathers left would be where they were going to be doing. Stoppages up to 30 minutes there as well. Rich 100 of Utopia. Traffic rich Thank you now to NBC for Doug Camera 24 tracking some really nice weather over the next couple of days. Definitely fall like you could feel the chill in the air. If you've got the windows down, Avery the room roof open temperature's dropping through the fifties, even into the upper forties, and some of the coolest suburbs and the city will be in the mid fifties. Early on your Tuesday, but very nice. Start plenty of sunshine. A high of 74 on Wednesday, mostly sunny, high temperature right around 77 degrees, but many areas cooler than that once again, waking up to some real cool numbers in the morning. Then on Thursday, it will see more cloud cover those clouds coming courtesy of Hurricane Sally to the south. But we will see clouds, not rain on throws it with a high of 80 same view again on Friday, Friday, I'm going for high temperature right around 75 degrees. I'm strong team for Chief meteorologist Camera. Thank you right now. 60 degrees in McLean, Virginia, 63 in Suitland, Maryland. And it is 61 degrees down on the National Mall at 11 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 on the go. W GOP Never miss a moment. Good Monday evening, I'm Del Walters. Alicia able centers of the editor's desk coming up the Gulf Coast. Bracing for yet another hurricane. This time Sally Category two Storm renewed congressional scrutiny of the new postmaster general and mail in voting. On Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller, a White House aide blocked from testifying before Congress about a controversial contract. Alexandria passes a new ordinance about wearing masks. I'm John Doman, President Trump and Joe Biden trading remarks on whether climate change is responsible. Those devastating wildfires out West, the doll gaining 3 28. NASDAQ up two or three the S and P up 43. Asian markets mixed at this hour. It's 11 31 witness testifying before a House panel today that the new postmaster general may have violated campaign finance.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The left lane of route to West by Route 31 in Fitchburg. Everything's looking good north of the city. David struck Feli. No W B Z traffic on the three David, Let's check the four day Double D B Z AC UA the forecast with Carl Bobinsky today. Although Sun will mix with clouds, It'll still be pleasant this afternoon, the high around 80 in Boston. It'll be in the seventies and the beaches clear to partly cloudy tonight alot of 64 for tomorrow. Labor Day, mostly sunny the high 78, but it'll be in the low seventy's of the beaches. Tuesday warm and a bit more human with plenty of sun. The high 82 Wednesday will be rather cloudy, inhuman high 78, but showers and thunderstorms should hold off until later in the week are immaculate, the meteorologist car but Belinsky W. Visi Boston's news radio 62 degrees this morning in Lawrence 61 degrees In Braintree, Kingston at 68. And here in Boston, with partly cloudy skies were at 67 degrees at 7 55 on the Ring. Central News line is Jordan Rich. Welcome to the W V Z New England weekend. I'm Jordan Rich, The founder of Music drives US Ernie Bach Junior announces the single largest donation ever to Boston Public schools of instruments of music over 750 ukulele is given out to 3rd and 4th Grade students in over 45 Boston schools, Bernie We need music in our lives. And of course in our schools. This is a very worthwhile project. Music drives just completed their biggest funding in history. We could level with 760 instrument to the Boston school system,.

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"61 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"61 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"And Nevada. Where if you want to play the slots, you gotta mask up beginning tomorrow Under an order now from governor Steve Cecil AC Feast coverings will be mandatory outside of the home in Nevada. That will include casinos in Las Vegas and Reno that were recommending face coverings but not mandating them among customers, the governor saying the movie is based on data, he said. Is no shirt, no shoes, no mask. No service like stone, ABC Nares the Secret Service, not denying a Washington Post reporter that says dozens of Secret Service officers who worked that presidential rally in Tulsa last weekend or now self quarantining after two agents tested positive, the White House said in a comment that the president takes the health and safety of everyone traveling to his event seriously, and that the White House incorporates the latest CDC guidance into their planning. More than 6000 people gathered indoors for the president's rally in Tulsa, and most did not wear masks. ABC Jordan Phelps in Washington Joe Biden says he will accept the Democratic presidential nomination in person in Milwaukee later this summer. But the Democratic National Convention there will be drastically scaled down. CDC is predicting the U. S. Could see 150,000 cova deaths by mid July. The number of new cases back up to where we were in April. They're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed The camo Morning news. Good morning. It's 502 Thursday morning has arrived, and we have mostly clear skies in Seattle, working for a couple of really nice days. And the temperature in downtown Seattle right now under clear skies is 61 degrees. Good morning. I'm Greg, her Schultz. Amanda is off this morning, and here's what's happening. According to a tweet. The Capitol Hill protest movement is officially over. Almost Brian Calvert reports. The tweet came from user chop official s A. But he tells us the area remains closed to traffic. That's because there are still people in the Capitol Hill organized protest song people like Angelica Because we're here. We could stay here as long as we want. Until the management rooks work security in the zone As far as right now, there's no inn for top. These people have pain. They have a message, and they have demands. And until those demands are met Wayne going nowhere yet it's clear people have left after hearing the official takeover has ended. This man lives nearby. This whole thing is over. And it needs to be cleaned up. The city has actually sent people in to try and not only de escalate things, but George those who remain to leave more than a dozen your buy. Businesses have filed a lawsuit against the city for how it's handled this, their attorney says. Quote our clients want public order. They want public safety. They want access to their streets and to the properties. Brian Calvert Omonia, a man who survived being shot on Capitol Hill last weekend, believes he was the victim of a hate crime. From his hospital bed day. Wan Young told us that he saw the fatal shooting of 19 year old Lorenzo Anderson Saturday and he decided to leave the protest area for his own safety. He says he was walking to his car and was confronted by a group of men and one of them shot him while yelling a racial slur, Young says, even though he was outside the boundaries of the protest, so no police or medics came to help it. Okay if the police is not going to Protect the embassy zone because that's where you stand. The people are asking for then, with your excuse for not protecting the surrounding communities for Seattle s hold. Young was taken to the hospital by passersby, he says, though he still supports the protests. Cuomo News time. 504 See what's happening on.

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