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"66 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:49 min | 3 months ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three presidents and their wives stood side by side at the National September 11th Memorial today, sharing a moment of silence to mark the anniversary of the nation's worst terror attack. President Joe Biden and former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton all gathered at the site where the World Trade Center towers fell two decades ago. Former secretary of states and senator from New York. Hillary Clinton says there are many lessons to learn from how the U. S government responded to the attacks. Speaking with Brian Lehrer this morning, she remembered being at ground zero on the day following the attacks. With New York Senator Chuck Schumer, former New York governor George Pataki and former mayor Rudy Giuliani. We were all terrified, Brian, we didn't know, uh, whether there would be more attacks coming. Uh, we did not know how we were going to, uh, you know, tracked down and hold accountable everybody who in any way played a part in a attacking US Catherine called into w. N. Y. C from Brooklyn this morning, she talked about standing at the north tower. When the South tower fell. She says she was almost killed by falling debris. I remember, uh, looked almost like liquid pouring from the sky. And there was this sound of almost like a Rumbling like a freight train. President Biden is spending the day paying his respects at the trio of sites where the planes crashed, including the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 66 degrees. Right now We're expecting sunshine through the day today with a high of 78 degrees. It's w N Y. C support for NPR comes from Garland, Pamela Mon thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen. From the History Channel and W. N. Y C studios. This is blind spot the road to 9 11. The story of the long, strange wind up to the attack that changed our world. I'm Jim. Oh, great. You have to forget that you are the father. You have to forget that you are a husband and you have to talk like a terrorist. You have to think like a terrorist. You have to eat like the way they eat. It's a whole different story. That's Ahmad Salem, one of the most successful undercover operatives in FBI history. He speaks Arabic and English. And his skill that's slipping back and forth between the worlds of radical Islam and the secular west from 1991 to 1993 Ahmad Salem, immersed himself in the planning, funding and ideology of an Islamist terror cell here in the U. S. And he did it by pretending to be one of them. Oh, 20 years ago, On the morning of the 9 11 attacks. It was all chaos and confusion. There's been some sort of explosion into the World Trade Center limited information. I think we have a terrorist act. But not for Imad Salem. He heard the news and knew who did it. I realize this is an Qaeda. Adam was fully aware of their capabilities of violence. Violence honed on battlefields half a world away because at that time I know L Qaeda. In Afghanistan. I know that activity. As Salem understood from the start. The story of 9 11 begins in Afghanistan. Good evening, There was a coup day tie in Afghanistan Today. In the 19 eighties, Muslim rebels called the Mujahideen teamed up with Arab volunteers from around the world to fight the invading Soviet army. The mujahideen began as ill equipped but determined underdogs trudging across snow covered mountains. Ensuring antique rifles and helicopters and tanks. Then everything changed thanks to a billion American dollars and logistical support from the CIA. To support me to kind of sense in the context of the Cold War, which was raging, then CIA intelligence officer Arturo Minos was there our mission, then? Hostage drive the Russians out of Afghanistan because they're communists. And if these Muslim jihadists want to help us? Well, why not? And the Muslim jihadist thought the same thing about us. It was a marriage of convenience. In achieving its immediate goal. The marriage worked. The Soviet Union officially announced this morning that the first Soviet troops have begun their pullout from Afghanistan. Soviet retreat began in 1989. It energized radical Islamists known as jihadists around the world. The great Psychological impact of the jihad in Afghanistan is that for the first time it showed that Muslims can win. The jihadists can win the Mujahideen one against the Soviet army. Among those exulting was a wealthy volunteer from Saudi Arabia, who made his name as a holy warrior in the Afghan conflict. Osama bin Laden. We just toppled the superpower, he reasoned. Why not do it again? This time? The United States. The CIA has a word for the nasty, boomerang effect that comes from some covert actions. Blowback. Former CIA director Leon Panetta knows a lot about blowback, especially as it relates to taking sides with the Mujahideen and their Arab fighter allies. The CIA. Was deeply involved in trying to build that resistance. But I also don't think that There was any discussion about whether we were in a sense investing in our future problems. Steve call author of the book Ghost Wars, describes those future problems loose networks of these radicals who had essentially been fired up by the anti Soviet war. In search of a new cause in search of new enemies, new targets and constantly in conversation with one another, doing the same thing in several places in the early nineties. In short, a new animus was moving in the world. Pretty soon it had leapt over oceans and landed in America, specifically in a pair of terrorist cells in Brooklyn and Jersey City, Egypt, 20 minute train ride from Lower Manhattan. Where the World Trade Center stood. The first hint came in November, 1990 at a midtown hotel when an assassin fired what some call The first shot in the war on terror. Okay. Confirmed shots fired. The victim is Rabbi Meyer Kahane Zionist extremists who said things like cancer in our midst. And you don't coexist with a cancer. The assassin is Muslim extremists. El Sayyid Nosair fleeing the scene. He's wounded and arrested. Then taken to the hospital. NYPD chief of detectives Joseph Borelli talks to reporters outside the obvious question is what is he? Apparently it looks like the Middle East and name. I'm not a judge of what nationality he might be in all everything indicates he was acting alone. Nasser, he announces, is alone deranged gunmen. It's the kind of mistake that will dog this story, sliding a particular crime into a pre established pattern instead of seeing it as the sign of something new Of an actual conspiracy. So the NYPD assigns a pair of investigators to the case. Now remember the names of these two buddy cops? FBI Special Agent John Anti sev. And NYPD Detective Lewis Napoli. They worked for the Joint Terrorism Task Force, a collaboration between the FBI and local law enforcement. Anti sev and Napoli. Later they'll play a large role as the handlers of Imad Salem, but their first job is to eyeball the assassin in his bed and start figuring out his story..

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 6 months ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"To the beyond. Meatless meatless tacos. See the full menu at silver diner dot com. Eat well be well. Jack Taylor, w T o p Traffic and at a storm team for meteorologist Matt Ritter, a flash flood watch for most areas of Virginia outside the Beltway until midnight tonight. Showers and an occasional thunderstorms today, mostly until early afternoon, and the rain could be heavy. At times highs will be in the upper sixties to low seventies. The showers will end tonight, though some fog will start to form those of being the upper fifties to mid sixties. Then skies will start clearing out during the day. Tomorrow we'll have more seasonable temperatures that it won't be as humid has been the upper seventies, too low eighties, increasing clouds on Sunday and warmer chance of a shower or storm late the day highs in the low to mid eighties. I'm storm team for meteorologists monitor right now, 70 degrees in Annapolis, said 68 in buoy, and we have 66 degrees in friendship Heights. This is w t o p your source for two days. Top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated. W t o p. Never miss a moment. W T O P s top news is brought to you by van Meter homes. Find a home. That's right for you at Van Meter homes. Com. Good morning. I'm John Aaron. And I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy Gellman has our producer. Coming up. The U. S and the other G seven nations announced plans to share millions of doses of the Pfizer vaccine with the world Republicans crank up political pressure on the president to do more to address the situation at the southern border. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the Hill D. C. Drops the last of its covid capacity restrictions. Today. It's 8 31 well, the G seven gets underway today in South East England. President Biden and other global leaders are announcing a major coronavirus vaccine donation to help the world From the pandemic. The G seven nations are donating one billion coronavirus vaccines to the rest of the world. The seven wealthy nations are expected to outline their commitments later today. As the summit officially begins, President Biden received a warm welcome from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday. There's so much that they want to do together. With us from security, NATO to climate change and it's fantastic. It's.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And 66 degrees in Tempe. Arizona vote Recount America counties, November election has resumed after a week long hiatus. Now the out its spokesman wants to clarify a few things. No supervisor Clint Hickman did not feed ballots to his chickens and burn them to a crisp. I don't think there's any shoes to the fire and that being connected to the ballots or anything like that. It's very sad that people on both sides are inflaming things can bend. It also says counters have processed a quarter of the ballots. They should be finished by June 30th. But he wouldn't tell our Mike Broom had much more. It's always been the intent of the Senate that the audits report and the findings are given in a complete report and nothing interim. Then it doesn't fear possible lawsuits that could challenge on it. Results at veteran's Memorial Coliseum Peter same or Katie Our news Jukes, the defender, sports betting in Arizona, appears to be on track to begin by the start of the NFL season. The feds have now approved an updated tribal gaming compacts signed by Governor Juicy and tribal leaders last month. Stephen Lewis is governor of the Healer River Indian community, the most unique unicorn or use that term and political life but genuine win for us all and one that took years to accomplish. We argued before we agreed, and we fought before we found our middle ground. The compact allows tribal casinos to offer sports and fantasy betting and also add more slot machines. Want a sure win. Chandler's trying to hire more police officers, and it's offering cash. We've gotta incentive for lateral foreign police officers of up to $5000 new police officer recruits $3500.2000 dollars for detention officers and dispatchers Cities. Mad verdict says they're accepting applications for sworn officers through the end of the month. Will open the other position. Soon. You could find.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mostly cloudy 66 degrees in ST Petersburg, 65 in Zephyrhills and 64 at your severe weather station NEWS radio w F L A Next update at 5 15 on Chris Strike, Man. This'll is am Tampa Bay kicking back and talking to Jack Harris and Aaron Jacobson on use radio. W F L A. We're certainly kicking back on a Monday morning. No Jack Harris, though He'll be back tomorrow morning. Aaron Jacobson. Natalie a quill, You and Katie Buccino. We've got you covered. All morning long today on what is really the start of Super Bowl Week here in Tampa Bay, and we are all excited. We started off our Super Bowl week Natalie, Katie and myself on Friday. We went to Julian Billion Park for the Super Bowl experience. Yes, we did. Katie. You did where? Shoes I did wear tennis shoes. I almost forgot that I'm serious. Like I walked out of my house and looked down and was like I need to change my shoes. You were gonna put sandals on for this? Yeah, I was just having I'm telling you, I just always wear them. We're in Florida and I could wear them year round and I really take advantage of that. Unbelievable. Well, we had a great time out there, but more importantly than us having fun. The city was having fun, and it was great to see that it was very lively downtown. We'll get Did those details of what we saw What you conduce this week and I want to hear from you what your Super Bowl experience is going to be like for what you're going to be doing for the big game coming up here as The excitement is really at an all time high, and we got to experience that will share that with you in just a second. But let's see what's making news now. On the roads with John Thomas..

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"66 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A Doppler radar. It's 66 degrees right now in Coral Springs and 69, Terrell steno, too. Planned rehearsal event for Joe Biden's inauguration is being postponed. Politico's reporting. The rehearsal was expected to be held on Sunday, but will now take place on Monday. The delay comes amid heightened security concerns following last week's riots at the U. S. Capitol Lord, meanwhile, sending reinforcements to Washington 600, Florida National Guard troops 15,000 and all from across the country will be in D. C. Vice President Mike Pence me. We'll make it a surprise visit to the capital, thanking the troops on patrol there already. According to an internal memo obtained by ABC News, The head of the Secret Service is warning his agents to remain above the fray during the zero failed mission to protect President elect Biden's inauguration, Vice President Mike Pence, vowing the event will be secure, literally thousands and thousands of men and women in uniforms. We're gonna make it possible for us to have a safe Inauguration. Several major airlines now won't allow travelers flying to D C airports ahead of inauguration to check firearms and Airbnb canceling reservations in the city for next week. That's a B C's Elizabeth Chelsea reporting over 200 more deaths in Florida related to Corona virus, the most in a week and over 13,700 new cases were confirmed yesterday. A new vaccine tourism industry, though, is growing fast. Here in Florida. Folks are flocking here to get their shots since the Sunshine State doesn't have a residency requirement for the vaccine. Division of Emergency management director Jared Moskowitz cries foul, though I do find it somewhat ironic that if you believe the headlines and Florida was such a disaster on getting vaccine out, and why are people from around the world flying here to get the vaccine? Department of Health says more than 700,000 vaccinations have been administered in Florida today, which includes nearly 650,000, who received the first dose and 6100 who've gotten already both doses. It's coming up on 10 04 Cove. It continues, causing some problems for the heat Last night, the second straight game they had just eight players available because of covert restrictions. And for the second time this week they lost to the 70. Sixers won 25 to 18 Morning's coming up. 10 30 Bride. Mud's Next I'm Natalie Rodriguez News. Radio 6 10 wi O D from SELF Florida. Brian Mud Show starts right now Use radio 6 10 W. Y o D. The American people can be confident eyes that we're gonna ensure We have a safe inauguration that President elect Joe Biden. Vice president elect Kamila Harris. Are sworn in as the new president and vice president of the United States. We got that going on. We got a little bit everything going on. Don't we happy Friday, and that sound bite You heard Jared Moskowitz Parkland Zone during Moskowitz, Porter's emergency management director. Well, he nailed it point Did he ever nail it? That is a great sound bite because through words have never been spoken. There've been so many Miss reported stories so many narratives because you've had a local politicians that tried to spun, spend this thing and have spun it and negative directions. What about it? Concerns about the distribution of vaccination, but None of the conspiracy you sit in on the rest of it is true. And the fact of the matter is four has done so much better. Relative basis than the average state across the country and among large states. We really stand out As a positive example. Besides the stories one set of facts, I broke that down for you and brought you just the facts on this was that Wednesday, anyway, you go get stories. Prime on page w y o d dot com. Ryan Mud show tonight our radios well to listen. Take Reed and share and along that line, I would encourage you with the work that presented this week on my top three takeaways. To really go back and digest everything because I'm the max effort kind of guy. Which is to say, and this was true when I was in school and still playing sports. I left everything on the field, Always. And that's the way I am to this day. I leave everything on the field every week. And when there was something so compelling, so important, what that means is I have nothing left in the tank. Like right now I'm on fumes. This is not a typical on a Friday, but especially right now because Really There was no break and back, then went straight through the weekend as intensely as I ever do during the week. Trying to get my brain around parlor trying to make sure I had command of the issues because I recognize an unprecedented assault. Speech. If we lose that ship has sailed in this country, which has been my theme throughout the course of this week. There is no story that's even not the virus that's in even within proximity. Of the threat of the loss of freedom of expression. We've had pandemics before that I've actually been worse than covered 19. But the first Amendment that never moved Presidents come and go every 4 to 8 years. By God that First Amendment stands, but if we lose freedom of expression The ship sails on everything..

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Houston, SE Texas

Michael Berry

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Houston, SE Texas

"Off off to to our our northwest. northwest. Moving Moving our our way. way. way. Severe Severe Severe thunderstorm thunderstorm thunderstorm Watch Watch Watch up up up until until until seven. seven. seven. Tonight. Tonight. Tonight. Storm Storm Prediction Prediction Center Center is is flagged flagged the the area area risk risk for for severe severe weather weather into into the the evening evening had had some some help help producing producing storms storms to to our our north. north. Pockets of stronger, severe weather tonight, turning cooler late 47 I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel in Galveston. That 66 degrees in Houston. 69 degrees and dark clouds of the ktrh Top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather center. A severe

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"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It staying home. Plus, I just don't feel like going. Well, That's my thing. All right. It's going to get you a good excuse. Exactly. Good news. No major slowdowns right down to 81 North, down between 14 and 16 0 for just a six minute travel time on to 81 South, bound between stone Oh Parkway and I 35 a 15 minute travel time. No current delays. If you see any traffic problems call to +10785 to 60 were one I'm tired. Hold those radio 1200 W away I partly cloudy, partly sending today slight chance of scattered thunderstorms highs in the low to mid eighties Tomorrow. Sunny skies highs. Right around 80 degrees and on Thanksgiving mixture of clouds and sun highs in the mid to upper seventies. We're It's 66 degrees. San Antonio's first news. Mr T, Along with Brian Gannon for charity McCurdy, Dave. Oh, flying the Millennium Falcon, Charlie Parker's in the Green Room preparing for this morning's program. Now we were just talking about the survey that one in three parents a family holiday gatherings worth the risk of covert 19. Then you got the governor and Oregon. Kate Brown has told residents to call the cops if they see people violating the stay at home order in the No party order. Look, she's asking for people to snitch, right. By the way. I wish I had the audio from a governor. Abbott was asked about that yesterday when he was on Fox and friends. They said Okay, so, Governor, you've probably heard this story about Oregon where they're doing. You know what Abbott said. It was. It was a great response. He said. Wait. Oregon isn't that where they legalize heroin so they could have heroin legally, But they're gonna snitch on somebody not wearing a mask. It's like Texas. Yeah, exactly. We know that Look, the organs got cases skyrocketing and all that, and this is what she had to say. There is no different. There is no difference than what happens if there's a party down the street, and it's keeping everyone awake. What the hell does that mean? So I guess what she means is just go smoke your heroin by yourself or g'kar. Wow. And of course, violators could face up to 30 days in jail and $1250 in fines, and and then you've got to be the neighbor that everybody knows snitched. Right. So there's Bob. There he goes. That's a guy who didn't like us having Thanksgiving. Come on, man. God 20 twenties come to know it in look, and there's changes in the NFL happening this Thursday week 12 begins this Thursday. Of course we've got all the games right here on news radio 1200. W O EI changes coming up. I'll share that with you before six o'clock. Every day's a new day..

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To test the idea of no more snow days. 11 year old Peyton Kelly says Kids deserve a break from remote learning. What do you think of them? Taken away your snow days? No trouble. That's like one of the things that like we can look forward to, I guess, because then we could just eat you like playing this now this 10 year old can think of other things he'd rather be doing on snow days with him. Give him tonic left. W B Z Boston's news radio 8 49 clouds and 66 degrees here in Boston probate courts in Massachusetts or using technology to try to Meet the challenges of Corona virus and W. B C's Carl Stevens tells us because off the virus, there's a backlog of cases. And that means delays and those delays have an impact on people's lives. The other day, I was outside Lin District Court kind of fishing for stories when I ran into this attorney if I could get your name, Charles returning trolls read represents people and family and probate courts. But in person hearings in those courts basically aren't happening there mostly on zoom. There are backlogs delays, and he says, it's hurting someone. This client's family courts dealing directly with people's day to day lives when his dad seeing the kids when his mom seeing the kids, which parent eyes paying child support. Are these kids getting the support and if the courts not having these hearings they're not getting dealt with. It told me. He's seen child support hearings delayed for half a year, Forcing Mom was trying to make ends meet. Get a second job. You sitting trying to advocate for your client and you get nothing done for six months when it should be done in a month. Carl Stevens. Nobody. BZ Boston's news radio ruling from the Massachusetts appeals court, which rules that six former Boston police officers a road years of back pay, plus 12% interest after being fired and wrongly accused of using drugs, cocaine, specifically While on the force. It's 8 50. Let's take a look at what's happening in Hollywood. Now. Entertainment News with Billy Costa and our Sister Station Kiss one Away tonight. The Country Music Awards hosted by Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker. By the way, Justin Bieber will duet with Dan and Shay. Last night, another episode of the Bachelorette on ABC. Keep in mind. ABC will ring in the New year with a new season of the Bachelor Matt James, the first blackmail Wade on the show, Hoping to find love, they started shooting at a resort. In Pennsylvania. Netflix has renewed the show dead to me for a third and final season and the show Ozark is coming back for 1/4 and final season with 14 episodes with the entertainment report on Billy Cost of the Matti Show on Kiss 108 campaign..

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right now in Hey, Vel. It is 65 in Natick, 66 Hang on 66 degrees. In Boston. 5 26 New England business Now, even though it looks like whatever budget package comes out of the State House would likely not include any major tax hikes. Business groups want to keep that bug and lawmakers here is a letter sent to the state Senate leaders warning that higher tax rates would deal a crushing blow to Massachusetts companies. Associated Industries of Massachusetts raise up Massachusetts in the Mass Taxpayers Foundation. Among the signatures House will debate its version of a spending plan next week. Neither the governor's pitch nor the House version contains tax hikes. The Senate expected to release its plan next. No layoffs, no plant shutdowns outside Portland, Maine, even though two local paper company to file for bankruptcy protection the hard hit industry taking another blow is Gorham paper and Tissue and White Mountain Tissue companies. Both make the move to shore up their balance sheets. Both make paper products at the old Golden paper mill and sent to customers all throughout North America. Once the largest employer in Gorm, the mill now has about 100 workers on its payroll. Wall Street had a pretty good week overall, but the we kind of ended with a thought all of the NASDAQ game four more points Today, the Dow took a loss down 67 points. The S and P 500 was down. 15 27 straight ahead on the news at 5 30 watching, waiting and counting, watching, waiting and counting, lather rinse. Repeat, That's the deal right now in the presidential race since 18 48 East Boston Savings Bank has been helping people manage and grow their money These days. Banks aren't just banks. They provide many other services for their customers beyond just checking and savings accounts tune in every Monday.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Minutes Old West bound before the island still over to the left side, but still no delay. No impact on traffic. Joe McConnell for cake, you buddy. All right. Thank you, sir. Traffic support comes from good eggs. The forecast for today will have mostly sunny skies later today. Some morning fog to get through first sixties mid sixties toe low eighties that should reach 81 Today in Livermore 79 Sunny in Sacramento, San Jose Later today, 75. And the expected high here in San Francisco later today, 66 degrees Good morning. The time now is 5 30. Live from the news. I'm Brian what the Trump Administration's family separation policy was marked by quote, reckless incompetence, an intentional cruelty. That's according to a new report by the House Judiciary Committee is Michelle Wiley spoke to Aqui Bay Area member of that panel. A new report, released as a result of a 21 month investigation shows that the administration's plan to separate families at the border began within weeks of President Trump's inauguration. And it was implemented with no capacity to track families and no plan for reunification. San Jose Congresswoman So Lofgren serves on the Judiciary Committee wasn't intentional. Human rights is or it was with such reckless Disregard that it might as well have been an intentional human rights abuse. Lofgren says she's working on a comprehensive every right of the country's Immigration and nationality Act. States back to the 19 sixties and which she says no longer serves the United States. She plans to release the new version before the end of the year. I'm Michelle Wiley. The news Cal State East Bay has a new president. The CSU board of trustees announced yesterday that Cathy San Dean in Oakland native and the current chancellor of the University of Alaska, Anchorage, will leave the local campus. She will face flat enrollment trends in stark racial gaps and graduation Great at Cal State East Bay, where only about 35% of black students will make it to commencement. Sandy in plans to implement anti racist policies to close that equity gap. We have to really examine ourselves and our own actions at the same time that we're developing programs and practices toe help students succeed. The cow State board also approved the 10% pay raise for the new president over the last one. As of December, 1st. More than half of all taxis in San Francisco will not be allowed to pick up passengers at SFO. That's because of measure designed to help the industry may be backfiring, Samha, Arnett explains. About 700 of San Francisco's cab drivers bought taxing the diets in the city for $250,000 apiece. The other half of the city's drivers got them through a lottery system. But then uber and lift we're allowed to operate without medallions, which has crushed the industry and left those who bought the permits saddled with debt. To try to help get those drivers more business. Come December, The city will prevent the hundreds who got medallions through the old lottery system from serving the airport drivers like Marcello Fonseca, they're dividing us. And it's not a policy that will save the industry. Fonseca emigrated from Brazil and has driven cab for 32 years. Now that the airport, he says he will have to depend almost entirely on his wife's income just to put food on the table and a roof over their heads. I'm Sam Burnett. The news. There's more local and state coverage at dot org's I'm Brian Watt in Oakland. Good morning.

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Atlanta Weather: Brief light showers Sunday morning

Lenz on Business

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta Weather: Brief light showers Sunday morning

"Light showers linger into Sunday morning low 62 then becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon tomorrow with a high of 75 Partly cloudy Monday Low 61 High 78, the National Weather Service, just issuing a significant weather advisory for north bolting Cobb, Clayton, South Eastern Cherokee, two cabs southwestern for Seif, southwestern Gwinnett, Northern Henry and South Fulton County's until seven o'clock with some very heavy rain in these areas and 40 mile per hour winds. 66 degrees on Peachtree Street. It's 6 35. I'm Jennifer Perry

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"66 degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"66 degrees clear in New York and Bob Brown. Now it's trending on 77 W. A. B C and ABC radio dot com. Governor Cuomo says it's too early to tell if the state's covert 19 cluster plan is working and when restrictions might be lifted, he says on ly, the state can decide to live lockdowns, adding he's not sure when that could happen. Local officials speak about something that they have no authority over. And then confuse people. Well, the local officials said he thinks Sunday isn't Sunday. Is it not Sunday, A man who had been climbing The New York Times Building in Midtown late this afternoon has been taken safely into custody by police. No motive given for the client down today, down 19 points, NASDAQ Down 50 for S and P Down five forecast on the Ramsey Miles, the weather center. Tonight. Partly cloudy low 64 66 in Central Park fromthe 77 BBC News Desk on Bob Brown. Next update 10 streaming at home on your Spawn Speakers Just say play 77 w. ABC, ABC Traffic in Transit Accident in Manhattan. Good evening. I'm Steve Reggie. Talk Radio 77. Double, ABC seven. FDR Drive Heavy traffic from the eighties down to the sixties. We have a crash there, but if you're going north bound, no problems in that direction and the West Side Highway in Harlem River Drive feed up to the George Washington Bridge with no delays. Lincoln and Holland look good to some major construction in Suffolk County. Westbound L I e closed. Add route 1 10 eggs in 49 old traffic diverted over to the service road to get around this construction project. Alternate side parking rules in effect. I'm Steve Reggie. Talk radio 77. W A. B. C. Keep your whole home running like clockwork from the office to.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"From the Beltway, often on 21 23. 95 sampan volume delays from border toward Woodbridge to it across the Occoquan north and delays briefly through a quiet in Quantico and stretches toward dumb freeze Another slowdown approaching Woodbridge 3 95 down slowing from the Pentagon for the inbound Williams Bridge across the Potomac. Easy Past Danger North out on 95 3 95. You're about to buy snow heating and air September only snow offers you 0% interest in syrup payments for 12 months or a year on a new cooling and heating system. This is no heating in here dot com. I'm Jo Conway. W T a P traffic, not a storm Team four here Samara Theodore. It's almost officially fall. But By the numbers we're seeing. It definitely feels like it. Temperatures are going to drop into the forties again tonight We are clear. And dry tomorrow. Plenty of sunshine. In fact, Sunday is looking a lot like our Saturday high temperatures in the mid to upper sixties. Monday sunny skies with highs around 65 66 degrees. Tuesday, slightly warming of it. Temperatures on Tuesday will be in the low seventy's and we'll see plenty of sunshine. Please note the next couple of nights we will be falling asleep and waking up to temperatures in the forties. By Wednesday, though we do rebound a bit with high temperatures expected to reach around 80 81 degrees were dry and sunny Wednesday and it looks like we're going to keep those low eighties at least through the end of the week. Storm team for meteorologists. Amara Theatre, a beautiful 66 degrees at the Reagan National Airport Dulles, and it's 64 B. W. Marshall also had 66. We've got 64 in Washington at 5 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. Hands on the go. W GOP Never miss a moment of evening. I'm Kyle Cooper on a gravel is at the editor's desk coming up.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Now in D. C. 66 degrees 64 Manassas in 63 in Leesburg. Alright. Thanks, Omar. Right now it is 61 degrees in northwest D. C. Brought to you by new look home design right now, say 50% off on all roofing materials. Sentencing in the sexual abuse of a minor, a former instructional assistant at a middle school in Charles County has been sentenced to 12 years in prison in a case involving a 14 year old girl. 25 year old Anthony Tyrone Williams Jr pleaded guilty in January 2 incidents that happened in 2018. The girl told police that Williams had inappropriate contact with her through Instagram face time and Text. She also said that on one occasion he drove her to his home and sexually assaulted her. Williams worked at Mata Woman Middle School in Waldorf, which the girl attended. Christopher Cruz w. T. O P. News Virginia has lost its first child, a covert 19, the Virginia Department of Health Says the teenager lived near the North Carolina border in the Southside Health District, which includes Brunswick, Halifax in Mecklenburg Counties. In a statement, Virginia's health commissioner expressed his condolences to the family and said no age group is immune from the pandemics devastating impact, the commissioner says it's a reminder that we all need to do our part to help slow the spread of the virus in the community. Few details were released about what led to the team's death. As a Corona virus pandemic continues. Leaders from across northern Virginia came together in Fairfax on Thursday to hurt people to get a flu shot. Their message was clear. We're here today to urge all of our citizens to get the flu vaccine, David Tartars, the mayor of Falls Church. He also serves as chairman of the Northern Virginia Regional Commission. Officials such as Fairfax County Board chair Jeff McKay recommends Everyone get a flu shot an effort to prevent dual illnesses from spreading. Protect your family and co workers from getting sick with the flu. Help keep you and your loved ones out of medical settings. And lower your risk of Cove in 19 exposure. See the Jones who heads a nova health system, perhaps put it best. We got our flu shots ourselves. Much more cells will get it for each other Mats small of U. T O. B news. A new admissions policy could be coming to an elite magnet school in Northern Virginia, and the goal is to increase racial diversity. Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology is based in Fairfax County, but includes students from surrounding jurisdictions. Blacks and Hispanics have been underrepresented AT T J right now you have to take in admissions test and pay $100 application fee. Superintendent Scott Bray Brand says that favor students who can afford test preparation classes. He's recommended to the school board, dropping the test and increasing the GPS from 3 to 3.5 and holding a merit lottery that will include less wealthy parts of the county and region. Virtual town hall will be held next week near Lorcan Stain. W GOP News Virginia Commonwealth University will be removing the names of Confederate supporters from its campus. This comes after a unanimous vote by the school's board of visitors. Three years of studying and discussing the histories of namesakes of buildings, memorials and even decades. Dedicated gardens on the campus resulted in the move. Several buildings will be renamed and some artifacts will be removed in the coming weeks, according to the Richmond Times. It's unclear where they removed artifacts will go. It is for 24 at w. T. O P in just ahead and money knew the continuing quest to bring live music and music fans together. I'm Brendan Hazel to the explosion of devices and solutions.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"66 degrees. Cloudy skies at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Greenfield. Police are looking for two suspects after they robbed a woman who asked one of them simply to wear a mask. The 28 year old victim was attacked by a man and woman inside the Union Street subway station at about 7 30 Tuesday night. Police say the victim was hit in the head and sprayed in the face with an unknown liquid. Before one assailant and through her phone to the ground. The victim was taken to the hospital for pain and bruising but is doing all right. The bank and Ford's between New York City officials and teachers continues less than a week before students are said to return to in person Learning. Mayor De Blasio is reassuring teachers that classrooms they're safe and promises the ones that aren't will be closed. This comes as the Department of Education investigates a Brooklyn parents complaint that her child sixth grade class via Zoom was hacked with inappropriate adult imagery. Kevin Morales took to Twitter expressing frustration, she said. Hashtag return to school 2020 old train cars air being dumped off the coast of Long Island to create an artificial reef near Nassau County's Point lookout on Jones Beach, James flipping his more This has been done in the past off Long Island's coast. Using pieces of old bridges like the Tappan Zee and Kosciuszko Bridge is In this case, Wells Fargo donated old train cars as they have a business leasing out rail equipment. The goal is to boost wildlife and eco tourism, including things like fishing and snorkeling. James Flippen w O R knew at least one person is.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That route. 70 here in Lancaster still shut down both directions over route to for Bridge inspection. Kevin Brennan, w B Z is traffic on the threes and when it comes to that forecast for the rest of the day, we've got plenty of sunshine out there. But once again, it's going to be filtered, very hazy out there because of the smoke from the Western wildfires otherwise later on this afternoon, breezy a bit warmer than it's been with a high near 75. For tonight, mostly clear that breeze sticking around alot for all of us just about 60, so not as cold as it was last night for tomorrow, even warmer. Some of that son giving way to afternoon clouds with a high near 80 could see a couple of showers tomorrow night getting into our Friday and that's when things cool off again. Actually, Friday, your high just about 62 degrees a cloudy day overall, maybe a couple of peaks of sunlight Iran in the day. Taking a look ahead at the weekend. Of course, that's what we care about this part at this point of the week Saturday. Partly sunny, breezy, quite cool near 60 lots of sunshine on Sunday, but staying cool out there for the weekend with highs on Sunday in the low sixties. It's 62 right now in Fitchburg 63 in Gloucester, 65, south of town in Brockton, and right now in Boston at 10, 05. Lots of hazy sun and 66 degrees. Get down to the Gulf Coast Now Hurricane Sally, officially making landfall earlier this morning as a Category two storm right now, the National Hurricane Center says the storm is packing 100 Mile an hour sustained winds this creeping over land right now through southern Alabama, the Florida Panhandle heading slowly to the northeast. Forecasters warning off in their words catastrophic and life threatening flooding in some areas. The National Hurricane Center puts the point of landfall in Gulf Shores, Alabama, not far from where Doris tires and her husband lived and where they've written out the storm. There's just nonstop waves of wind and water and rain like it doesn't stop even before coming ashore. Sally had knocked out power to 360,000 people in Alabama and Florida. Jim Ryan ABC News FLASH Flood watches are up hundreds of miles away from the coast, and that flooding is already taking place is in a parts of southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle in Pensacola alone. Forecasters say that city has had more than 2 Ft of rain so far. The storm search that's growing right now more than 5 FT. 10 06. Speaking of the weather, you might notice your favorite restaurant, adding a few fire pits and heaters to their patios. That's because Boston has extended its outdoor dining season. Restaurants fighting for their lives through the pandemic can now host outdoor diners until December. Mayor Walls extending the closure date. Initially set for the end of October. Obviously, outdoor dining is weather dependent here in New England. Yes, it will get cold. Quickly, but most restaurants still see it as a big boost and for spots like the North end. It's just one more way to try to keep the business moving, Although again not ideal, and at some point snowplows might get in the way it's a bundle up. Make sure to bring a coat to go along with their cannoli. Jimbo Holland busy Boston's.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Samara Theodore 66, now in Alexandria, It's 64 in Gaithersburg and 66 degrees in the desk. Richt at 11 10. As online classes began in the district this past week. A new challenge officials are facing many students still haven't even logged on the number of students that still haven't enrolled in D. C. Public and charter schools has doubled. And while the numbers are preliminary, Paul kind, the deputy mayor of education, tells NBC for off the 99,000 students in public and charter schools. About 22,000 haven't enrolled or completed registration yet, so we want to just help those families. We know family's heir experiencing different barriers in terms of getting their kids registered and enroll, he says. Those numbers are spread across all the awards, so there isn't any specific kind of pattern. In some cases, attendance is above 100% because some students who aren't registered are in classes and in Montgomery County of 166,000 students. 3000 still haven't enrolled Melissa how w T O P news A big change, Maybe on the way For all those scooters you see around D. C. The City Council is considering new rules for scooter use in the city, including that the companies that operate the scooters provide a way for them to be locked to racks or poles like you'd lock up a bicycle. The industry has fought similar measures in other cities, though it has complied with the rule in Chicago, San Francisco and Denver. The guidelines would also prohibit the deployment of the school. Scooter's near schools and require they be available in all wards in the district of those who want to venture out in D C now have more options. Besides scooters as transit systems try to get their schedules back to normal. The DC Circulator is about to resume its national mall route, with fares remaining suspended. And the D. C. Streetcar is set to resume normal operating hours. The changes take effect September 20th. The district Department of Transportation says it's happening to meet demand as the city's attractions reopen. Face coverings are required at all times and social distancing onboard is expected. John Aeryn. W T o P News The first charges have been filed in connection with a Siri's of assaults and Carjackings in and around Baltimore, The Baltimore Sun reports. Prosecutors have charged 17 year old Tommy a shot a gram of northwest Baltimore with 63 counts, including attempted murder, assault, robbery and gun charges. Gram is allegedly part of a team Carjacking crew accused of beating and robbing more than 50 people. Prosecutors say they targeted Latinos who they believed would be afraid to call police. In all police believe this Carjacking crew was responsible for 75 crimes, including home invasions, armed robberies. Or Carjackings and theft over a four month period. Police departments across the country are dealing with a shortage of officers. The National Police Foundation reports. 86% of the departments nationwide are experiencing a shortage. It was already an issue, but the events so far in 2020 have made the situation worse. Before this year, hiring for officers was on a five year decline. A group of mostly white mom's in Portland, Oregon, effectively became a barrier between police and black lives matter. Protestors during fierce confrontations there, But on this week's episode of W. GOP's new podcast colors, a dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and J. J. Green Washington Post writer Robin given a black woman said she was thrilled about these moms intervening, but she was troubled by how they were perceived, then weren't described as Protesters. They were described as having put themselves between officers and protesters as if they were something else. And I was distressed that there seemed to be such a need. For these white women to speak up in order for what the protesters saying to be really acutely heard. You could hear Mohr of her thoughts on the latest episode of Colors. Download it on apple podcasts, podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Ah, protesters facing felony assault charges that were connected to the injury of a police officer in recent demonstrations in the city. A D C. Superior Court judge found probable cause for charges of felony assault on a police officer while armed and misdemeanor rioting charges filed against 26 year old Atlanta Rogers from Baltimore. She's accused of throwing a firework at D. C at a D C police officer during a demonstration last month. The firework hit the officer and burned his pants. The Rogers is the third person to be charged with protests related crimes within the last couple of weeks. It's 11 15 sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red, now to Scott.

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Clouds clearing in Seattle Area

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Clouds clearing in Seattle Area

"Cloudy and relatively cozy conditions for much of the region. Today we are going to be daily with some clearing skies tonight through tomorrow morning, and in general Sonnier skies are on tap the next couple of days in western Washington overnight temperatures cooling off to the mid upper fifties. High temps for your Sunday in the low to upper seventies, potentially reaching a degrees in a couple of spots on Monday. I'm urologist Abby accounting to come. A weather center. Cloudy skies still 66 degrees in Seattle. Stay connected.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Cloudy and 66 degrees downtown Kogo to use time. 8 22 It is time for news about your money with Sully. It's brought to you by anchor funding dot net and the jobless claims versus the employment report. So what do we believe? In case you haven't noticed? Lately? The stock market's been detached from economic reality investors who basically gotten drunk onhe opium Are boarded home and they're unable to bet on sports. So I think they've turned to the stock market, you know is that we say the stock market always looks ahead. So it sort of makes sense for investors to sort of gays past the huge 30 plus percentage points in a valley that was caused by Corona virus and then looked towards potential good news on earnings this year and beyond, maybe 2021 course we're looking at a vaccine, for example, Pfizer released promising early results on a current vise vaccine, and there's other companies that are also in the running. But some economic analysts say that the current overexuberant optimism that we've been experiencing the stock market just doesn't justify this kind of a rally. To have to ask yourself. What's the true impetus behind the market strength right now? Well The short answer is money printing. That's right money printing by the Federal Reserve and borrowing by the government Bottom line. We're gonna get more stimulus and without it well, politicians have said, our personal finances, small business finances and the stock market up for a rocky road coming up because we seem to have become dependent on stimulus during tough times like Koven. So Marla's story, expect more stimulus and support to keep us all going on The Dow Jones NASDAQ hasn't be all muted this morning on jobless claims that we're not as good as expected, but Not as bad either. Dow Jones out about 57 points in 26 9 56 s and P, even at 30 to 75 NASDAQ, actually up $2. A 7 10,008 and coming up in 8 50 You may want to check to see if your credit card has the same limit as it did last week. I'll tell you why. Just coming up. All right, Sully Kogo News time is 8 24 Maryland hider with today's Corona virus Update. The head of emergencies. The World Health Organization says many people who developed moderate illness from Cove in 19 face long term health issues. Dr. Michael Ryan says an inflammatory process in air sacs and small blood vessels during the infection can cause the lungs to take a long time to regain normal function along with the cardiovascular system. Patients, including young people could suffer from fatigue, lower exercise tolerance and lower lung function and take months to fully recover. President Trump says the administration is providing an additional $5 billion to nursing homes, which have seen a disproportionate share of the death toll in the pandemic. But others senior care and long term facility say they have not received any federal aid to this point. This study is out of Spain but likely can apply anywhere. Frequent snacking and a lack of exercise doing over two months of mandatory home confinement has taken a toll on Spaniards waistline. A survey by Spain's.

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"66 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"66 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"65 degrees Sorry, 66 degrees and the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is a 36 that is Sports and Sam Robson. The basketball tournament wrapped up last night, any former Indiana pacer hit the championship clinching three pointer. Travis Diener connected on a three to give the Golden Eagle's a 78 73 win over sideline cancer. The group of Market Alarms will split a $1,000,000 for winning the 2014 tournament. Former I You, guard Maurice Creek led all scores with 20 points. Are you football Coach Tom Allen said yesterday on a zoom press conference that there are still a lot of questions to be answered about this college football season, But he's staying positive. I'm optimistic about start. Season. I am I know that there's a lot of question marks still out there, but I believe that we will start our season. I think we'll start of season on time. Alan said he agrees with the Big Ten's decision to cancel nonconference games but lamented the fact that those games provided opportunities to get ready for conference play. I'm Sam Up so for W. ABC sports And would you look at that the Indianapolis City County Council got back to me. Tony Cats in 93 ABC. Good morning we were talking about Proposition. 1 96 And this proposition. As it was reported. Would you? Rather I was the creation of a public safety and community recovery plan for each.

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