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"63 degrees" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Both directions of state route 18 right around the Tiger Mountain Summit and now in Everett south on I -5 that off -ramp to the Boeing Freeway we see some brief hesitation there. Our next Northwest traffic at 554. Our report this time is sponsored by Irish Spring. Fill your shower with clean a fresh scent of Irish Spring and those sensational Irish Spring suds. Irish Spring when the spring hits you, you're ready. Pick up Irish Spring today. Our forecast hit is going to be quite hazy leftover fireworks smoke into us fire smoke from the wildfires to hot today 85 pushing 90 in some areas. Tomorrow looks the same and then we'll cool down just a bit for the weekend but still plenty toasty. Mix of sun and clouds and highs will be in 70s the upper through the weekend. Right now in Seattle it is smoky as the sun comes up in 63 degrees. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 .7 your information station with Manda Factor and Brian Calvert sponsored by ApolloPlumbing .com. Brian has the day off it's 5 46 Frank lenses at the editor's desk this morning. A federal judge is borrowing parts of the Biden administration from talking with social media sites that's one of the stories ABC's Rachel Scott is following at the White House this morning. This is a victory for Republicans who are suing the administration claiming that they went too far during the pandemic pushing social media companies to address posts that could have made Americans resistant or hesitant toward taking the vaccine and addressing also misleading information about the 2020 election. The judge appointed by former President Donald Trump calling quote it a massive attack against free speech and quote targeted suppression of conservative ideas. Now this is far from over the White House insists that these platforms
Fresh update on "63 degrees" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"On 7 -20. It's 63 degrees and cloudy at 3 o morning. plus I'm James more Sears. debate over the f One person in is dead following a massive Evanston. RV fire at WGN a suburban traffic gas Looking at the expressways and tollways things in good shape out there a man is in critical condition after So far he no arrests was shot have on been made. a CTA train. One person It happened is around dead and midnight two others in hurt the when 200 an RV block of caught West Garfield fire at on one of the the Red pumps Line. at a gas So station in southwest When suburban police Stickney and fire crews Wednesday arrived, afternoon. they say the pumps WGN's had been turned Dana off Rabeck was and there. they It's were able not to clear extinguish what started the flames without it spreading. The state fire marshal was also out at the scene trying to determine what exactly happened. The RV was had Illinois plates so far officials are not releasing any information going on the identities of the victims. Lying about it. Christopher Leacopoulos and Ruben Reynoso are charged with felony aggravated battery with a firearm shot and wounded and his official companion. misconduct. In their report, Last year they claimed prosecutors self say defense. the officers instigated Evanston's a gunfight Land with Use the Commission teenager heard from and a number of then shot residents for and In against Northwestern's six 800 blocks million surrounding dollar where plan I live for in a downtown new Ryan Evanston Field. and there Susan Barrett are Kelly 13 is a vacant supporter. businesses and more every month. We would like some traffic. We would like some people of our residents. David Cook in says our no business thank district you. downtown. Northwestern is asking permission Northwestern also to wants to invite hold over six 30 outdoor ,000 concerts. people into our Resident city The up proposal to six amounts times to a year the following. for starters Don't along worry. It won't with be that all bad. the accompanying Trust noise us. traffic pollution There will be another and hearing congestion. on the plan next month after which the commission will make their final recommendation to the city council. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Haley added said we Donald need Trump to failed secure the in border his immigration and defund policies. sanctuary cities. In a debate on Fox, When Joe Biden former South waved Carolina the Governor green Nikki flag, Haley that have killed it Americans told in everybody the Iraq, to Vietnam come and or now Afghanistan we've seen six wars million people combined, cross the border. she We've said had more any fentanyl money should be that spent first to make America safe. And biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy said it's time to militarize the southern border. The Front Midway Airport -runner announced Donald plans Trump for a skipped 3 that ,300 GOP debate -square again -foot to passenger visit lounge, autoworkers the first in Michigan. in its 95 -year Officials history. at It'll be called Club MDW and will offer free food and drinks while serving as a workspace for guests. The upgrade comes Members as of passenger the priority volume pass this year -launch network has risen will get above free access. pre -pandemic Other levels. travelers will WGN have to pay 50 bucks. The Next 6 time, to 3 5 .03. in extra The innings. The Marlins Cubs lost split another heartbreaker their doubleheader last with the night Mets in moving the ATL. into a tie The Braves with beat the Cubs. them Miami Amy holds the tiebreaker, though, for now in that final wildcard spot. The White Sox, they got blanked 3 to nothing by team the deal Diamondbacks. trade with Arizona the Blazers is and now 2 the Suns. up Jarret on the Payton Cubs, WGN sports. and the Bucks land And Damian the Blackhawks Lillard open the in preseason a tonight three 8 at for WGN and St. WGNradio Louis at the United Center. .com. You can hear it with John Weidemann and Troy Murray at
"63 degrees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Curtis limits He told the world the has on to Shanghai exports details turn Cooperation away from of two Hong from Organization key Kong. metals. decoupling that It's and ironic China These reconsidering the are wants minerals impassioned barriers. to used supply work to call with chains. make came nations advanced a It also day to semiconductors. after comes reject China Bloomberg Daybreak a the day itself Asia after setting anchor the up imposed President Chinese of Brian government postponed a trip to Beijing diplomat Burrell. Joseph No reason was given for the postponement. In Hong Kong, Brian Curtis, Bloomberg Daybreak. OK, Brian, thanks. We have more details on that restriction of metal exports from China. Beijing says exports for two metals crucial to make semiconductors must now apply for licenses to ship them out of the country. Analysts say the the impact US on tech sector depends on the current stockpile levels of these metals that companies have on hand, but if the restrictions drag on, prices will likely go up. And that's not all when it comes to the US and China butting heads on tech, Nathan. It appears the White House is planning another round of fresh restrictions on Beijing. Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us now with the details. John, good morning. And Karen, the Biden administration preparing to tighten export controls and this time the focus is on cloud computing services like those provided by Amazon and Microsoft. The cloud's critical in training AI models. The Wall Street Journal says Washington may require cloud providers to get permission before they could do business with Chinese firms. The administration doesn't want China to get a leg up on the US when it comes to artificial intelligence. Microsoft's Azure and Amazon Web Services are the global leaders in the business of providing internet computing to enterprises. this would be an escalation of export controls from October when the US said it would restrict sales of some artificial artificial intelligence chips to China. In New York, I'm John Tucker, Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, John, thanks. There is some positive news news out of China this morning. It involves Tesla. The EV maker's China output increased almost 20 % in June according to preliminary data from China's passenger car association earlier this week Tesla smashed estimates by Microsoft is setting setting a company record in quarterly sales, but in the pre -market Tesla shares are giving back just a bit. they're They're down four tenths of one percent. Back here in the US, Nathan, we have a developing story in Washington. Multiple Google reports say the White House was briefly evacuated Sunday after the Secret Service discovered powder West Wing common area. Preliminary tests showed the substance was believed to be cocaine. President Biden Amazon was not was at the White House Sunday evening. He was in Camp David for the weekend. We also have news at the intersection of politics and social social media. Karen, a federal judge in Louisiana has ordered key Biden administration officials and agencies not to contact social media platforms to suppress speakers and viewpoints they disagree with. The ruling could curtail efforts to combat misinformation about health and other issues. It comes after Louisiana and Missouri filed cases claiming the the Biden administration was silencing views that question COVID policies and the legitimacy of the 2020 election. some breaking news this morning, Nathan, on labor negotiations between the Teamsters and UPS. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters says its negotiations with the United Parcels Service have collapsed. They walked away the from bargaining table around 4 a .m. Eastern Time. That increases the chances of a nationwide strike when the Teamsters contract with UPS expires at the end of this month. Karen, we're coming off an Independence Day that was hot and humid for much of the country. At the same time we've reached another milestone in the global battle against climate change and Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has that story. Global temperatures hit a record high on Monday. The average worldwide temperature was 63 degrees Fahrenheit, topping the past high set in August of 2016. The National Centers for Environmental Predictions say the new high underscores the extremity of the 2023 summer in the northern hemisphere and brings into focus the slow pace of global progress on curbing emissions and their estimates that the current El Nino phenomenon is set to push global temperatures still higher. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, Bloomberg Daybreak. All right Ed, thank you. Turning to the markets now, we're seeing movement in the oil market this morning. Brent crude is weaker after a Tuesday rally that came on the heels of output cuts by Russia and Saudi Arabia. Traders are following commentary from Saudi's energy minister when he addresses the eighth OPEC international seminar in Vienna. Meantime, Morgan Stanley cutting his fourth quarter forecast for Brent crude and checking Brent right now. It is down three quarters of a percent. It's at $75 .68 a barrel. Compare that to NYMEX crude oil which is up 1 .4 % at $70 77 cents. Futures meanwhile are moving lower. Straight ahead, your latest local headlines and a of check sports and this is Bloomberg. Time now to take a look at some of the other stories making news in New York and around the world with Bloomberg's Michael Barr. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Philadelphia police say a suspected gunman will be in court today. After people five were killed and two children injured when he opened fire apparently at random across several city blocks with an AR style rifle. Authorities say the gunman was wearing body armor and a ski mask. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. I was today at the city at the Independence Hall where they wrote that Constitution and the Second Amendment was never intended to protect this. There were also mass shootings in Baltimore and Fort Worth, Texas ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. Flights again were canceled or delayed yesterday in the US as Americans begin to head home from the long weekend. United had problems. its Rain at Newark Airport caused flight delays. Last week the flight schedule came due to weather at Newark. At least two more possible shark bites were reported off Long Island beaches. The Fourth of July incidents happened just a day after another two cases were reported. One victim was swimming in chest deep water when he was bitten on the right knee. Meanwhile another swimmer was bitten on the hand of Fire Island Pines. Both men in their 40s were taken to the hospital with non -life -threatening injuries. The Israeli military says it has withdrawn its troops from a militant stronghold in the occupied West Bank. The pull out this morning and Janine ended an intense two -day operation that killed at least 12 Palestinians and drove thousands of people from their homes. An Israeli soldier was also killed. The head of the UN nuclear agency is in Japan this week as the country prepares to release wastewater from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant. The International Atomic Energy Agency is trying to reassure people that the water release is safe. UN nuclear nuclear agency chief Rafael Grossi says dumping the treated water would have in his words an environmental impact. The plan as it has been proposed and devised is in conformity with the agreed international standards. Local reports say utility operator TEPCO could start dumping wastewater as early as August. Cities across the nation held 4th of July firework shows in New York City. Clouds gathered along the East River last night for the Macy's firework show. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Michael Bard. This is Bloomberg, Nathan. Okay Michael, thanks. Time now for our Bloomberg Sports Update. Good morning, John Stashauer. Good morning, Nathan. It's been such a surprisingly strong first of half the season for the Baltimore Orioles, a rather disappointing one for the Yankees. And yet, the Yanks win tonight and again tomorrow they'll have tied the Orioles for second place in the AL East. Yanks had to come from behind when Monday night came back for a holiday matinee at the stadium and won 8 -4, a big day for Glabor Torres. He always hits well versus Baltimore. Two -run homer before the first out of the first inning. He later doubled and scored it with the game tied at three. Torres, who's been at times criticized for the lack of hustle, walked and scored all the way from first on a single. Mets at Arizona the long ball. 1 -2 to Marte. Swing, a high fly ball to left field. Carroll going back to the track. He turns and it's gone. A three -run go -ahead home run for Starling Marte About ten rows into the seats and left. On WCBS, also home runs for Brandon Nemo, Francisco Alvarez. Mets At the Diamondbacks, 8 -5. Max Scherzer struck out 9, improved to 8 -2. Rough day for the LA Angels. They lost to San Diego. Shohei Ohtani gave up back -to -back home runs, had to leave the game with a blister, and Mike Trout put on the injured list with a broken hand. He's going to miss at least a month, maybe two. The Padres released 43 -year -old slugger Nelson Cruz. 464 career home runs, only four players ever have hit more after the age of 29. Rain at Wimbledon, so the only match is completed where they're on the two courts that have a roof.
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"63 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Traffic and weather on the 8th and when it breaks, 24 -7. All right right now in the work zone on the outer loop of the Beltway headed west of University Boulevard toward George Avenue In the construction zone near 29, the crash along the left side, they've got the two left lanes blocked. Looks like they're temporarily holding traffic for the moment. You were getting by a single file to the left in that work zone. They may end up re -routing you through the work zone to get around the crash but for the moment it looks like everybody stopped on the outer loop of the Beltway as a result of this multi -vehicle crash with heavy response now on scene including Maryland State Highways. Once you clear the crash, obviously you of have the the rest work zone to get through headed toward George Avenue. Remember the ramp to George Avenue is closed and the onramp northbound from Georgia to the outer loop is also closed off as part of that work zone. 270 southbound between 109 and 121 in Clarksburg. Single right lane gets you by the work zone. Paving again southbound I -97 headed south of exit 5. Single left lane gets you by this morning. If up you're traveling in Damascus, they're working again on Ridge Road, Maryland 27, this time between Main Street and Lewis Drive. 5, single file gets you by in each direction as a result. Poverty doesn't take a summer vacation like you do. Support the Salvation Army National Capital Area Command with a gift of $25 today. Salvation Army nca .org. Rich Hunter, WTF traffic. Only a stray shower or two here coming our on way this Tuesday. We're starting out dry, some scattered clouds, temperatures will be starting out this morning here 56 to 63 degrees, we'll have highs 83 to 86 so plenty
Fresh "63 Degrees" from Mark Levin
"You can download it now just search prostate cancer on 77wbcradio .com and the 77wbcradio app. Mark Lemann continues up next forecast for the Ramsey Mazda Weather Center partly cloudy tonight lows in the mid 50s Thursday partly sunny could see some afternoon showers highs in the upper 60s 63 degrees cloudy outside the midtown studios WBC news time coming up on 706 I'm Bob Brown remember the news never stops at wabcradio .com wabc is
"63 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Forecast is going to hold for us. In the coming weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Right now. 63 degrees in Seattle. Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. Almost Tammy Michaels, who hosts a show here Saturday morning was in a hotel room across from the twin Towers is the planes crashed into the buildings Charlie Harder as our story. Tammy has a full time job as an interior designer, and that week she and her husband Guy were in lower Manhattan on business Both towers directly outside of our room. And so they had given us a corner suite. Directly overlooking the trade towers. But the closest view would have been to the South tower directly across the street from us. We were on the 35th floor in room 35 to In this age of the smartphone. It's easy to forget that in 2000 and one video cameras weren't something we carried with us at all times. But guy had brought along a new camera for the trip. I woke up Um to the sound of the first plane hitting the North Tower, an airplane has crashed into the upper levels of one of the twin towers of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. Rolling tape literally, Probably 23 minutes after the north tower had been struck. We were taking video. You know how close we were just being killed. I mean, part of fuselage just couldn't come this way to break coming down.
Fresh "63 Degrees" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Near 80 by Sunday something to look forward to 63 degrees in Winchester 70 in Leesburg and 71 degrees in Brookland all right Steve it's brought to you by Len the plumber heating and air trusted same -day service seven days a week coming up here on WTOP a plan in DC for affordable housing could be in jeopardy all because a of clerical error 321 when it comes to achieving zero trust visibility is paramount explains Ian Farquhar the security chief technology officer at Yiggaman because CISA NIST and NSA all recommend transport layer security inspection or TLS I to validate the protection of encrypted data in transit on federal networks end -to -end enterprise visibility can't be understated he federal told news network at its 2023 cyber leaders exchange presented by Kerasoft the attacker prevent you from looking at the traffic from the outside therefore looking at network traffic is so important what a shock that's exactly what NIST SP 800 207 says look at the network traffic feed into it the policy engine that's how you detect compromised controls appliances firewalls all of this stuff look at the traffic because that's where the truth is. Want expert advice and help with cyber security at your agency? Gigamon, Kerasoft and their reseller partners are at the ready to listen to the full discussion. Visit local newsnetwork .com and search cyber leaders. From Friday September 29th to Sunday October 1st we're turning the National Mall into an international festival explore cultures from over 100 countries enjoy music and dance performances from over 17 ,000 artists visit over 80 food trucks then celebrate unity through meditation and yoga join the Art of Living's World Culture Festival a free event on the National Mall get passes at wcf .artofliving .org that's wcf .artofliving .org for more than 50 years KBR science and engineering expertise has enhanced our ability to explore examine and understand the universe as a leading provider of technology solutions both on and off the planet no company is better equipped to solve the challenges of mission critical operations and health technology than KBR from launch to landing and everything in between we are the team behind the mission for more information and career opportunities visit kbr .com slash careers this is WTOP news 323 a clerical error could end up costing DC 65
"63 degrees" Discussed on WBUR
"Is 90.9. W b u r n w bur dot org Good morning coming up Next at six. It's Krista Tippett on being in the forecast A mostly cloudy day today with temperatures in the mid seventies showers are possible overnight, maybe even a thunderstorm. Some patchy fog will develop and lows will drop back into the sixties for Labor Day tomorrow, a chance of showers maybe a thunderstorm in the morning and then becoming partly sunny in the afternoon attempts tomorrow in the eighties, Looking ahead to Tuesday sunny skies with a high near 80 degrees. In sports. The Red Sox defeated Cleveland yesterday. A walk off win 4 to 3. The series wraps up early this afternoon at Fenway Park and then Tampa Bay Rays come into town for a three game series. Right now. In Boston. It is 63 degrees. Support for the Ted Radio Hour comes from C three. A. I C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three a. I. This is Enterprise Ai. And from U. K G H R and Workforce Management Solutions designed to make employees happy when employees feel supported businesses become more than a place of work, they become a work of art. U K G. Our purpose is people..
Fresh "63 Degrees" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Twenty percent on select caviar with Prime through October 3rd supplies while last. Shop in store or online terms apply. Dave DelDine WTLP traffic. Alright let's on head over to 7news first alert meteorologist Steve there right now in temperatures upper 60s and lower 70s across the metro area. Mix of sun and clouds for the remainder of the afternoon moving into the evening hours we'll see our skies partly cloudy temperatures will fall into the 50s and will be the same come early tomorrow morning now tomorrow mostly cloudy skies especially during the midday and afternoon hours we'll see isolated showers very widely isolated many neighborhoods won't see anything at all we're near 70 degrees widespread for the afternoon on Friday in terms of the shower activity and some of the showers may linger into early Saturday high Saturday in the lower 70s middle 70s with more sunshine Saturday afternoon and we're near 80 by Sunday something to look forward to 63 degrees in Winchester 70 in Leesburg and 71 degrees in Brookland all right Steve it's brought to you by Len the plumber heating and air trusted same -day service seven days a week coming up here on WTOP a plan in DC for affordable housing could be in jeopardy all because a of clerical
"63 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sleepy's plus get a Free adjustable base with their $999 purchase. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. Thank you, Kevin. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Here's the latest from AccuWeather. Meteorologists Matt Ben's Matt. Good morning. Hey, and heading out the door. This morning we got that sunshine. That sure is nice to see after this weekend, and today's are one day to dry out because next couple of days looking a bit on the unsettled aside once again, So for the rest of today, a mix of clouds and sunshine high around 75 degrees, then heading into tonight, perhaps a shower or thunderstorm and spots low. Just 67. We crank up the heat and humidity for tomorrow, turning breezy as well. We did drop the temperature bit down to 91 degrees, part of the reason for that, expecting to see more of a couple heavy, gusty thunderstorms. Crossing the area through tomorrow afternoon and evening. That could keep temperatures down just a bit Wednesday. Same story hot and humid thunderstorm in spots for the afternoon high of 91 real pills approaching 100 for the afternoon and for Thursday not as warm, still humid, though. Couple of showers and a thunderstorm around with a high of 76 degrees. I'm actually with AccuWeather meteorologist Matt Bans WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Partly sunny right now 63 degrees in Denver. Worse and Chelsea 65 in Nam, Milton and 65. Partly sunny, some nice blue sky right now involved in its at 10 25. Thank you for joining us on this July 5th that Biden administration, just narrowly missing is July 4th goal of getting at least one vaccine shot is 70% of American adults. Let's find out more from L. A B. Sees Elizabeth shows in the CDC reports 67% of U. S adults have had one dose and 58% are fully vaccinated. And a new ABC News Washington Post poll finds that among those unvaccinated 74% say they're unlikely to get a shot again. There was a B C's Elizabeth Scholesy reporting..
"63 degrees" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Schedule your free estimate. 1, 800 rooftop or act and roofing dot com. It's 5 43 time for Cairo radio. Real time traffic. Here's Harmon Shea that looks like we may have a crash on 5 12. This will be coming down the hill and be well of approaching Meridian. And we do have a D O T camera there. Now it's brand new, and we're using that for this this morning. It doesn't quite reveal the accident that the congestion seems to be right at the end of the on ramp there, and it looks like we've got probably at least one lane blocked, not confirmed yet. It's hard to see from the camera. At least we have something to work with their the slowdown seems to start around South Hill Mall. That would be probably a good 10 minute loss of time. So far, we'll keep working on that for you to get more information on the Valley Freeway, partly because traffic is trapped back on 5 12. That's eased up a bit as you come up to 24th in same Sumner, But beyond that, it's a little bit slow. And then Auburn starting to bog down at 15th Northwest, it looks like we're up to pretty close to 30 minutes. Now on that drive between Puyallup in Auburn up the Valley Freeway, a little slow approaching four or five as usual this morning. They're federally to Seattle. Looks like probably about 31 minutes. Now it's getting a little more crowded. On that stretch approaching 5, 16 and ever to Seattle, holding it about 29 minutes, the slowing their starts north of Lynnwood, but it's very minor timer. Radio. Real time traffic on the three So I'm Harmon Shake. For your forecast. It's mostly cloudy today with highs in the mid seventies, but for right now, at 63 degrees outside the Carter Subaru studio.
"63 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Closes the left lane for another half hour or so. Your next report coming up at 4 44 I'm J. Phillips on KOMO news. Thanks J. Here's the KOMO forecast with Shannon O Donnell Happy first of July. We are kicking off the new month in cool style so grateful that that marine pushes back will start the day with morning clouds and even some patchy mist and drizzle around the waterfront will take any drop of drizzle. We can get out there keep things a little bit more damp. And then as we head into the afternoon, partial clearing only seeing highs in the seventies to about 80 nice and comfortable again. More of the same on Friday, although a bit warmer and then we're back into the eighties with high fire danger for the holiday weekend in the Common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O. Donald. Currently outside the studios of Cuomo News in downtown Seattle. We have cloudy skies with 63 degrees. Common news. Time is now for 35 those historic triple digit temperatures. We experience trained a lot of the mountain snowpack almost Abby Coney, says a glacier professor at the University of Washington tells us This week was the biggest glacier melt event in our state in about 100 years, water supply specialist Scott Pity says. It's a good thing. We had a healthy snowpack from a La Nina winter that's helping to offset the losses to our snow from the intense heat. Still, Petit says, it's unsettling to see snow and glaciers melt this fast. It is a big deal. I mean, we've been to loosen glaciers a lot lately, anyway. Doing to climate change or whatever it is and but they haven't go this rapidly is really kind of quite scary. Yes, Patty says. Paradise west of Mount Rainier lost 35 inches of snow in just five days. Meteorologist Abby A Cockney Come on news. Common news. Time is now 4. 37 businesses say a huge burden has been lifted now that covid restrictions have been rolled back across the state. Shops and stores are anxious to see profits return.
"63 degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Drive is acquiring westbound. I 90 that's going to be 14 minutes and Redmond to Seattle on 5 20. No delays for a 12 minute drive an external traffic at 4 44. Thanks, Trey. Here's the Comeau forecast with Abby. A Cockney hope you all had a wonderful father's day. We're gearing up for dry and sunny weather on rape it and for Monday we're gearing up with the hottest air of the year so far with high temp in Seattle of 88 degrees similar wounds in Bremerton in Tacoma for your Monday, But the low nineties are possibility for Shelton, Olympia Centralia, some of the Cascade foothills. Also getting in on the low nineties to upper seventies low eighties. Tuesday through Thursday, I'm meteorologist debut County they come a Weather center. Already 63 degrees with clear skies outside the studios of Cuomo News in downtown Seattle. Common news time is now 4 35, the man accused of stealing the car of a Seattle police officer who was killed on I five while helping a motorist will remain in jail. Bond for 49 year old Roger Owens was set at $325,000 and court on Saturday. King County prosecutors already argued Owens was a threat to public safety. He is expected to face charges for hit and run fatality and theft of a motorcycle vehicle and firearm. Seattle Police continue to investigate the shooting in downtown Seattle witnesses called 911 just before four p.m. Saturday to report a man had taken out a handgun and fired it. In Westlake Park. No one was injured. Two people have now been charged. They suspected road rage shooting that happened last week near she'll show Bay Marina. Darnell Lewis is charged with first degree assault drive by shooting, Leonid Hamilton faces a charge of rendering criminal assistance..
"63 degrees" Discussed on WBUR
"To 20th. Backs Express will make stops in Worcester, Lowell, Lawrence, Fitchburg and Mattapan plus at North and south stations in Boston. A second round will take place in July. The union representing a large number of healthcare workers in the state is calling for them to get retroactive Premium pay Healthcare workers union 11 99 S c i u says Workers who were on the front line during the pandemic should get one time bonuses of between one and $3000. It says that money could come from $5.3 billion in federal aid coming to the state. The Green Lines. D branch will shut down for nine straight days starting tomorrow between Fenway and Riverside stations that so crews can replace old track and signals. Shuttle buses will be available for passengers between those stops. General manager Steve Pop Tech says a special express service between Fenway and Riverside will run during rush hours and Red Sox home games to serve commuters and baseball fans. One of the things that we put in place is additional express buses to handle Red Sox traffic from Riverside. This is an important transit node for them. The same stretch of the D branch will also shut down for another nine days, starting June 24th. Another eight people have been invited. Indicted on weapons and drug charges. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says that's the result of a joint state federal wiretap investigation into a major heroin tracking up trafficking operation in western Massachusetts. Yesterday, 15 people were indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with drug activity in Lowell. There is word. A diver off Provincetown this morning suffered a broken leg while he was caught in the mouth of a humpback whale. Cape Cod Times reports, the commercial lobster diver was in the whale's mouth for about 20 seconds. Experts believe the diver ended up in the whale's mouth while it was feeding on fish in the forecast a few scattered showers this afternoon and overnight with lows in the mid fifties. Right now, it'll be 63 degrees in Boston. This is W B. U R We're funded by you our listeners and buy duck duck Go a privacy company committed to raising the standard of trust online used by tens.
"63 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Update. Middleton comes through in Game one. Middleton, knocking down a game winning jumper to give the box of 1091 of seven went over the heat. They not leave the first round, serious one game to none. Chris says. It felt good to have them all in his hands when it mattered the most the confidence in myself. No, you missed Not a sassy make a lot of shots, so you just have to trust the work that you've been in all season during the season practice. Game two is tonight Cover. John Wtmj starts at six o'clock in baseball. The Brewers back home tonight after nine before went over the Reds on Sunday. It's the start of a four game series against the league leading San Diego Padres. You can hear the game on 94 5, ESPN. And finally in football. Tonight is the night Aaron Rodgers said To join Kenny Mayne's last edition of SportsCenter Show starts tonight at 10 O'clock. I'm Brian D. Wtmj Sports wtmj paella w dot com Time Saver Traffic 94 Eastbound Highway 16. All the way into downtown. You're looking good. All the way in. Should be about a 17 minute ride. 41 45 South bound highway Q to the zoo is on time looking fine at 15 43 south on heads up. You might see a little bit of delay right around Locust. There is you're heading into the market interchange. Be mindful of some slowdowns. Harrison roadwork in that stretch, so Two or three minutes away. So if you look at it from Capitol Drive into the city might take about 10 minutes and maybe 3 to 5 minutes of lays there getting into downtown 94 north bound from Leighton into the market. That's long time looking good at seven. Traffic is sponsored by Hall. Mazda Milwaukee Visit Hall, Mazda Milwaukee dot com. Help your fellow commuters get where they need to go. Report Accidents and slowdowns. Wtmj whole cars dot com. Traffic Tip Line at 4142 Oh 3 81 100 deputy, TNT five days. Forecast becoming partly cloudy, warm and human again today a high of 80 slight chance for some storms later on tonight cloudy and humid the lowest 63 for Tuesday. Partly cloudy, breezy warming human chance for storms of high of 84. Wednesday Partly cloudy a high of 75 Thursday. It's gonna cool down partly cloudy. Cool rain is likely late on Thursday. The high is just 58 Friday chance for some rain earlier, then it's gonna dry up and it's gonna be a hive. Just 56. On Friday. Right now, in Madison. It is 63 degrees in Green Bay. 56. Walker shot 63.
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"W G That's 877 s u P d a W G. Goldsmith Victoriano in Sonoda attorneys From that already be AP Weather Center We're done with the cold snaps is gonna be warmer as we move on through next week. Today 84 for the high 65 for the low winds out of the South 10 to 20 and then tomorrow stronger winds out of the south with more humidity with a high of 86. By Sunday, there's gonna be a cold front trying to come through. This is the time of year now where the front don't really make it all the way through Texas. So This front may stall out south of a Sunday afternoon and produce from widely scattered showers and storms. Some of them could be severe east of Dallas Fort Worth. That's what we're dealing with right now that Sunday afternoon and evening and then Monday and Tuesday some scattered showers and storms highs dropping back into the seventies right now. W 63 degrees scale of 1 to 10. Where is your confidence level? That er Khan's gonna be able to handle this summer? Eight. Huh? Stupid. Two. Yeah. What about a three? No kidding. Yeah. You know, I'm gonna have learned from February or just don't know the reason for this, and that I had nobody learns anything. Do what? Nobody learns anything. Okay, I'm gonna get a lot of emails. Probably because our crazy eight The four kids. You know, and, uh, the forecasting in May or may, the seventh for August, the seventh E. I don't know how you get. Let me tell you what it's gonna be. I'm gonna just go out and let you know I'm not a meteorologist. I'm gonna say August 7th. This could be hard. You prepare for hot? Yes. You can't prepare for 100. I'm gonna prepare that. It's high two weeks in a row. You can't prepare back there for that. If they if they're projection is that it's 77,000 MW is whatever. Let's have that. I'm gonna be prepared for 85,000. There you go. I.
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"Come see water differently. Visit. Phoenix dot gov slash Feed Water Smart Danny Sullivan K G. A R News, Things were heating up. High pressure builds in sending temperatures into the hundreds for the first time this year later this week today will be mostly sunny with a high of 94. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny and up to 99. Then we could reach 101 on Thursday on ABC 15 meteorologist. I resemble CEO at 502. It is 63 degrees in Queen Creek. Key to our eyes on the economy. Governor do Si has issued an executive order requiring you to show proof You're looking for work If you want to get in unemployment check. Valley economist Jim Rounds, agrees with the order because our economy starting to take off, we're going to need more workers. Things are turning around. We're gonna have a solid year. This is the point that we're expecting our job growth to start picking up more robustly. Grounds, believes all of the more than 320,000 jobs lost during the pandemic will be recovered by the end of the year. The order is giving the president and CEO of Arizona's Restaurant Association, Steve to create some hope. Restaurants and bars have been especially hit hard by the pandemic to Creed says it changed a lot of people's minds about the hospitality business. When comb it required restaurants to shut down went from 14 million to two million. In one day We laid off 80% of our workforce over the course of 3 to 4 days, so That has a ripple effect. So with Arizona's economy now in the top five of states for unemployment recovery, the hospitality sector is way behind. We are, unfortunately, in first place in a Senate race. We're not wanting to win. Jim Bronson, Katya our news. Arizona votes. There's a new twist in the Senate Republicans audit of Maricopa County's 2020 general election. Maricopa County Attorney Alistair Adele has left the audit know that the county will not.
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"Green asparagus for just 1 97 a pound of rallies in Bel Air. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk We'll see Partly cloudy skies for tonight Expect a nighttime low of 42 to 46 Partly sunny skies expected tomorrow tomorrow will reach a high 61 to 65 Plenty of sunshine on tamper Wednesday Wednesday will reach a high 63 to 67. Mac, you brothers through Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. It is 57 degrees currently in Davis, Loomis and Fulsome 55 degrees and Woodland. You're at 63 degrees. Let's go ahead and take a look. At our afternoon KFBK poll question There weren't enough Senate votes to convict former President Donald Trump for inciting the deadly January 6th insurrection of the U. S Capitol. So now some lawmakers are calling for a more in depth investigation into the incident were asking how you feel about that. Do you support further investigation into the matter? We've had quite a few people call in on our pound to 50 line. Let's take a listen. I'd like to show me that a full on detailed investigation should continued. Although the bridge of the capital is upholding, for sure their route and the wise it got to that point is what needs to be cleared to assure that the democracy and the liberty of the United States and this presidential elections continue to be as there's been They need the just leave this investigating alone. I can't think of a single time that Congress whether it be the House representatives or the Senate has ever investigated anything and held a single person responsible. I can't think of a single time that they have put their fingers on anything and made it better or even better yet that they didn't make worse. They just need to leave it alone. Quit wasting our taxpayer dollars. I want to thank you for timing in. It's not too late. We want to hear from you on our kfbk. Afternoon news poll Question you can dial pound to 50 like those folks did on your smartphone and say, open mic and leave your thoughts there and just ahead on the KFBK Afternoon news. We'll check the top trending stories and go in depth at 5 47 on congressional calls for a deeper investigation as we've been talking about Into that insurrection on Capitol Hill. Here on news 93.1 kfbk, My traveling reports traffic on the tens. Every 10 minute camp became morning news, Kristina Matanza and Sam Shane. It's important to know traffic conditions. They keep me connected. Stay.
Restaurants, Businesses Pivot Again As New Coronavirus Restrictions Take Effect In Boston
"It's 63 degrees, All right, the latest on the virus tonight. Here in Massachusetts, New cases inching up here in the Commonwealth DPH tonight reporting 1761 new cases. 23 more people have died, health officials say. As of tonight, more than 18,200. People have active cases, new restrictions or going into effect as of 12:01. A.m.. Tomorrow morning new mask mandate for everyone over five in all public spaces. To stay at home advisory. Starting at 10 o'clock each night business is facing new restrictions to restaurant owner Jeff Avelar has had to constantly pivot in recent months. Whatever you want on that menu And as of midnight, he'll have to do it again. There are so many factors that are kind of hurting our business, whether it be throwing plus the weather plus people being scared. Now is no restrictions. No more table service at Bistro 7 81 After 9 30, that means a last seating around 8 30 at the Waltham restaurant that usually keeps its kitchen open until midnight. New restrictions just as the weather improved and not just restaurants at liquor stores. No sales after 9 30, which Dionne's in Waltham says is a reasonable adjustment, we want to do everything we can to get rid of this cold. So whatever
Washington DC Weather: Slightly Cooler Temperatures But Sunshine On The Way
"Today just rain turning over this body showers for tomorrow. 72 Wednesday 74 Thursday 76 all with some sunshine coming our way behind Friday's weather front temperatures will be much cooler looking to next weekend. Your high Saturday and Sunday only about 59 60 degrees. ABC seven meteorologist Monica Johnson. In this former Kevin Weather Center 63 degrees in the nation's capital 7 50 section.