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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have like traffic all around downtown. No delays on the lower deck or the lever connector of the Tobin Bridge. David stuff. Alino WBZ traffic on the three David, Let's check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast that bends tells us today a breezy, warm, humid day with clouds and sun. And we might see the sky Just be kind of hazy all day. This is from wildfire smoke from out West High 83 Today cloudy humid maybe a thunderstorm overnight tonight 68 for a low Then tomorrow's find sunshine. Lower humidity 78 Tuesday comfortable with sun and clouds 72 for a high and then maybe a late day shower and then Wednesday, right back to summer again. Breezy, warm, humid clouds, Sun and afternoon thunderstorm can't be ruled out. In high about 87 on Wednesday around the region in rent them It is 68 degrees in Concord. It is 67. In Ames Berry 69 in Boston. Right now, he is his son and 72 degrees at 9 35 President Biden paying tribute at the 9 11 terror attacks sites at Ground zero in New York, near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. And at the Pentagon to honor the lives lost two decades ago and then solemn day, reminding all of us of a time when Americans were united in the face of unimaginable tragedy. George W. Bush was president at the time of the attacks, and he spoke at the flight 93 Memorial.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On 9 11 were remembered 20 years later, Brard Baptiste. Walter Baron, nearly 2800 names read aloud at what is considered sacred ground. Many remember that day 20 years ago, Shannara Wilson was only seven at the time and had only seen it on TV. She says. Being here is different actually come and see it from your eyes to see something so tragic but also so beautiful now that we celebrated with special way people here describe it as solemn but uplifting to be at the World Trade Center site, especially for this remembrance. Fox is going all Scott moving. Tributes were also held in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon. As the years march on, we must ensure that all our fellow Americans know and understand what happened here on 9 11 and in Manhattan and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. It is our responsibility to remember Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin When attributes ended, the FBI released a declassified document that 9 11 families have been fighting for the heavily redacted pages relate to logistical support given to two of the Saudi Arabian high checkers by Saudi associates in the U. S. America's listening to Fox News LBJ RADAR Weather Watch today will be mostly sunny with highs of 95 degrees and loads of 68 degrees. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with 20% chance of rain highs of 94 degrees lows of 74 degrees, and on Monday we'll have a 50% chance for scattered thunderstorms..

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"68 degrees in Boston at seven o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. Topping our news this hour. The FDA is out with a new warning for the Johnson and Johnson vaccines, saying it has been linked to a rare condition called Guillain Barre Syndrome. CBS's doctor, David Agus, explains what it is. Game Beret is when one makes an immune response against one's own nerves that causes muscle weakness. And in the most severe cases can cause muscle paralysis. The CDC received about 100 reports of the syndrome out of the nearly 13 million doses that have been administered. The cases are largely reported in older men, usually about two weeks after the vaccine was given. The CDC says most people with Jon Beret syndrome fully recover, but some do have permanent nerve damage. With covid cases rising in the states with the lowest vaccination rates. The Biden administration is discussing if anyone should mandate the shots. ABC s Andy Field says the president isn't so sure. The president not saying the federal government should ever mandate covid shots, and that decision is in the hands of schools, companies and local government should they decide that is how to keep their communities safe. If they decide to make that decision. We certainly Support them in that stuff, Spokesperson Jen Psaki reminding Americans that schools the military, even other nations require certain vaccinations. But for now, covid isn't one of them. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington A standoff overnight. Never. It ends with a man shot by police. We get the details from WBZ is Madison Rogers. Police say they responded after midnight to a call of a barricaded and armed suspect at an apartment on Buckingham Street. When police and a SWAT team arrived, the 45 year old man allegedly came Outside, wielding a sword and advance toward officers. Officers used on non lethal sponge round on the man, but it was ineffective effort. Police shot the suspect, who remains unidentified. He was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive. An effort officer was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Middlesex Ta Marian Ryan confirming her office is investigating. The officer involved shooting Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio. The latest COVID numbers are out in Massachusetts, the state Department of Public Health reports 322 New Covid case since since Saturday. No numbers were released over the weekend, and that's out of more than 56,000 tests. The seven day average positivity rate is at 70.55%, and one more person has died. 101 people are in the hospital overnight battling the virus. 35 of those patients are in the I. C. U. S. And 12 patients are innovative. Is it safe to swim? When you go to the beach? A new report takes a look at that. We'll get the details coming up right coming up next. But right now it's traffic and weather together. Starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England, the whole wheel drive traffic on the threes with Mike King. What's happening, Mike? Well, Dan. Most highways are back to normal here. The busy Monday rush. Maybe in the books here. The southbound Express Ways Always doubt from the tunnel break down to the Braintree split up passing upon that circle. It's out, and it's all clear from the tunnel to the split. Lauren of 93 is wide open in Braintree. Route three that's doing fine along the South Shore and 1 28 is in good shape there. Need them in debt, um, west of town on the Mass pike. There are no issues from the city out towards 4 95 routes two and nine. They're both doing okay. Downtown. The Tobin Outbound is moving along fine. The river roads they're in good shape along the Charles. The lower deck is all clear. And the airport tunnels are on time to and from Logan north of Town, 93. North, um, that's in good shape on the upper deck and all the way up to 1 28 1 28. You'll be moving along at the speed limit from Waltham to Wakefield and back Route one. No delays to revere in Saugus and Route three that define ride all the way up into New Hampshire. Rene Hamilton WBC's traffic.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"807 50 link. Or visit the link 100 dot com Jack Taylor. W T o P. Traffic Chuck Bell has our Friday forecast a there, Jack. Hey, Good morning. Just a few fair weather clouds around for now. Don't worry. These are not real rainmaking threat clouds at all. But they are indicative of the fact that our pattern of weather, which has been cooler than average in lower than average humidity levels for most of the last two weeks. Is coming to an end. Today will be the last guaranteed cooler than average day for quite a while. 82 the forecast high for today with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Temperatures currently are in the mid to upper sixties across the area. 64 in Winchester, Virginia, 69 in Annapolis, Maryland, and 69 here in Washington again high today, 82. Over the weekend. Tomorrow morning will be around 70 degrees. First thing in the morning, So no more of those company fifties at all. Be mostly cloudy tonight and there's a small chance for a drop of rain overnight. There's a 20% chance for a pop up thunderstorm tomorrow. Most of those low rain chances are east of I 95 South towards southern Maryland, 88 tomorrow. Then 92 coming up on Sunday afternoon, and all of next week looks to be well up into the nineties and lots of humidity around. So get ready. Summertime is making a rapid return. I'm storm Team four. Meteorologist Chuck Belford. W T o P. Okay, Chuck. Right now we have 68 degrees in friendship Heights. Brought to you by lend the plumber trusted Same day service seven days a week, And it's 9 22 and new this morning, The number of dead and missing continues to rise after that condo building in South Florida. Collapsed early yesterday. Officials are now saying that four people have now been found dead and 159 are unaccounted for. About half of the buildings. Roughly 130 units were affected. Rescuers pulled at least 35 people from the wreckage in the first hours after the.

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Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Construction of mixed-use development in Allen, NE of Dallas, underway

"Include space for new offices, retail, a hotel, a fleet of restaurants and residential units, president of Jericho developer Bruce Heller says they will also use some of the space to create parks walking and by trails in the lake, he says, this will have great economic impact for the city of Alan has done. It is probably bringing another $1.5 billion of real estate values to the city of Allen's, and that not only benefits the city, but the school district, Collin County and everybody else's. Collects taxes off of it and said to be complete summer of next year again the high Today 68. It is 68 degrees. This news also

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"68 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Try to save the power grid. And you know, we can actually help out on that by, you know, not cranking our heater to where it's really, really hot. I think they've recommended if you can put it around 68 degrees, if we all did that, That would be a good thing on minimized the appliances that you use, and I'm even hearing unplug appliances that are not being used. Yeah, That's a good idea. It looks 68 degrees. If you don't think that's warm enough for you go outside for a second walk back into 68. You'll feel much better. Yeah. 60 68. That sounds cool. Yeah, Step outside this step back inside. You'll be amazed at how warm 68 can be Good point. So, by the way, I just looked up some information here. I think the numbers were giving now if it indeed were the official that seven below we're now in the range of top three or four over low temperatures. Wow. It was Six degrees with six degrees December 23rd 1989. It was nine degrees December 30th 1983 10 degrees in 1962 6 degrees and 51 0 in 1949, but good temperature that they're you know, we've been talking about the coldest in 30 years. That was 1989 December. 23rd. It hits six. Right now. We're not far from it. These were not. It is easily a month. For a lot of people. It is right now. The coldest it has been in San Antonio in the San Antonio area in your lifetime for for older people like us. It's about the second or maybe the third car that's still pretty darn cold. But once you hit a certain point, it doesn't matter. It's coming clean. With the sun coming up. I'm looking out my windows right now. It actually looks beautiful. That's the good news. Yeah, it's gonna be a water glass half full, aren't you?.

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Chicago's Riverside apartment residents dealing without heat for days

WGN Showcase

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago's Riverside apartment residents dealing without heat for days

"Street Street Street apartment. apartment. apartment. Residents Residents Residents throughout throughout throughout Chicago Chicago Chicago are are are feeling feeling feeling the the the sting sting sting of of of winter's winter's winter's deep deep deep chill chill chill as as as apartment apartment apartment owners owners struggle struggle to to keep keep the the heat heat on on in in West West suburban suburban Riverside. Riverside. There's There's one one complex complex without without heat heat resident resident Lydia Lydia Fable Fable was was told told by by management management they're they're working working on on fixing fixing the the problem problem with with the the boiler. boiler. You You know, know, Unfortunately, Unfortunately, things things happen happen and and mean mean things do happen, and I agree, However, it's been a whole week. City ordinance reports rental temperatures at least 68 degrees during the day and

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Expect them to drop tomorrow in the lower fifties and stay in the mid fifties. As we go into Wednesday, partly sunny 68 degrees at DFW Airport. This news brought to you by Mueller Inc. Members of the National Guard deployed to Washington, D C or getting the help of barbed fencing and other protective measures ahead of Wednesday's inauguration, DC National Guard Commander Major General William Walker speaking with America's newsroom, We're asking the community to cooperate with us to be patient and understand. This level of security is required so we can have a peaceful transition of presidential power. Do you believe that will be the case on Wednesday? I'm certain of it. The FBI is also betting D C guard members to avoid any inside attack, even though the Army secretary says he's heard of no threats like that. Theo FBI reportedly investigating a tip that a woman who entered the U. S Capitol took a laptop belonging to the House speaker with the intent to sell it to Russia. Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office has yet to confirm whether or not a laptop or hard drive was actually stolen Bill. The FBI in an affidavit describes the criminal case against Riley Williams from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. That It's investigating such acclaim and made by a witness that Williams trying to sell Pelosi's laptop or hard drive to a friend in Russia, who intended to sell it to Russian intelligence in a deal that reportedly fell through and then it appears that Williams is on the run right now, she faces a charge of entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct for her alleged actions inside the U. S. Capitol. Jeff Man. Also Fox News. A wily man is facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in this month's deadly breach of the Capitol building, According to a federal affidavit. Guy ref, it asked his family members not to tell anyone. He was at the Capitol riot and told them quote traders get shot. FBI. Dallas Special agent in charge Matthew to Sarno says a number of tips have led to several arrests. In North Texas hipsters have turned in their friends, neighbors and relatives all increasingly radicalized. Bye. Inflammatory rhetoric if it is charged with obstruction and knowingly entering a restricted building or grounds without lawful authority Governor Greg Abbott is expected to give an update on the state's response to covert 19. Tomorrow, The governor plans to hold a round table discussion with doctors at Houston Methodist Hospital. He's expected to touch on his legislative priorities for ensuring a healthier future for the state. Governor Abbott also expected to give an update on Kobe 19 vaccination efforts. The briefing comes is Texas leads the country in the number of residents vaccinated, but many suburban and rural counties left without vaccine doses as the state and country experience more demand than supply. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News Again the low Tonight, 48, It is 68 degrees. This news also brought to you by Rex.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"68 degrees now south breezes and some light rain for WB. AP News I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux at the Weather Channel this news we're onto you by REX L. There is now a standoff in the Senate is lawmakers prepare to vote on overriding President Trump's veto of the national defense authorization. Independent Senator Bernie Sanders is pressing Republicans to green light $2000 coronavirus relief checks or he'll stall the defense bill. Speaking on the Senate floor, Sanders said. Americans need help. Now the house did the right thing. I congratulate them, and now it is time for the Senate. To step up to the plate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell could invoke culture ending debate and force a vote. But that could take time keeping lawmakers on the job longer during a usually quiet hold a week. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is a Texas state representative from Plano is filed legislation to protect Texans who report suspicious activity in good faith from being sued and civil courts. State rap Matt Shaheen says in cases like the Orlando massacre, neighbors notice suspicious behavior, but we're too afraid to alert police really key toe. Preventing terroristic acts mass shootings those types of things human trafficking. It's really a big plus for the state of Texas. Shaheen says. People who intentionally make fake threats could still be sued. He'll propose the bill on the upcoming legislative session, which begins next month. The mayor of New York City, urging New Yorkers to get the Koven 19 vaccine Mayor Bill de Blasio. It's off to a strong start, and it's gonna build up more and more each week. We want to make sure that everyone understands the vaccine is safe. The vaccine is affective. The vaccine is free. And more more people are realizing what a smart thing it is to get vaccinated and we're going to be spreading that were, he says. It's the largest vaccination effort the city has ever experienced. Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow down 75.

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Washington DC Thanksgiving Weather

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC Thanksgiving Weather

"Out what's going on for our holiday forecast. Chuck Belt Storm Team 4 57 today. A few drops of rain or not completely out of the question this evening, but our rain I think there's far of a moderate rain chance comes up into the early part of Thanksgiving Morning 4 a.m. to about eight or nine o'clock in the morning. By Thursday afternoon. When you're eating Thanksgiving dinner, the son should be making an appearance and it'll be delightfully mild. High 68 degrees will be dry on Friday with a high of 62. Dry weather expected to hang around for the weekend to Saturday's high 59. Sunday's high 55 I'm Storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Belfour. W t. O P.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Both of those crashes have cleared Now The traffic continues to be tough from 1 23 21 52 in Attleboro, Laurie Grandi W. B. C's traffic on the three Take A look at the four day W B Z AKI Weather forecast now and meteorologist Matt Ben's And starting off with some low clouds and fog this morning mainly for the South Shore, now sneaking into the South Coast areas as well as a cape and islands was arrested today in abundance of sunshine and another warm day Hi round 75 degrees in the city and most inland spots, But mid upper sixties on the Cape and islands. The current record high for Boston today is 78. Degrees set back in 1931. Tonight. Clouds will thick enough that will be mild with aloe 58 tomorrow, turning out cloudy and breezy, mild once again on high 68 degrees. Can't rule out a bit of rain, then for tomorrow night Thursday, well somewhat cooler with periods of rain throughout the day will be a cloudy day for Thursday with highs from 60 to 65 degrees, then finally trending much cooler for Friday, partly sunny with a high of just 56 degrees. I'm Maki What? The meteorologist Math ends. Toby Visi Boston's news Radio 52 in Boston. Good morning, It's 6 56 On the Ring Central News Line. A landscaping business is raking in the green. Thanks to an apparent presidential whoopsie, the president tweeted. His lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, would be at the four seasons at 11 A.m. to speak to reporters. But instead of the upscale hotel, he gave the address for a family owned landscaping business with the same name located next to an adult bookshop and a crematory, Julia He held his news conference outside a garage door there now four seasons. Total landscaping is selling T shirts, sweatshirts and stickers that say, Make America rake again and Juan and order. The owners say they're doing a booming business. Debra Rodriguez, CBS.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"090416 work Animal, a 6 to 7 pork, equal housing lender featured and news Tonight. We're expecting clear skies in alot of around 68 degrees. Few clouds on Saturday with Hayate 90 again. We will get into the eighties on Sunday with a slight chance of rain and into the seventies first part of the week with a better chance of rain. Right now it's 92 degrees in Tempe weather is brought to you by Howard Air. 502 Arizona votes. Iran wants to undermine our election. Russia was just looking for vulnerabilities. Both countries got American voter data, and there are new developments. Peter same or joins us live with the story. Through all this. Becky, a homeland security leader tells us all those countries could do with that information is make us nervous, Anxious to try to shake our confidence in the system. Acting Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli tells our Mike broom head. Both countries couldn't touch ballot counts, so they're secure. He tells Americans to keep up their defenses. So when you see one of these Iranian e mail get sent out that tries Dad to take people don't freak out and what they want us to do is overreact. The hackers got no Oh, voter information from Arizona. Cuccinelli adds. His department has better Internet surveillance than in 2016 reporting Live, Peter. Same war. Katie. Our news. First presidential debate was chaos in Cleveland. But last night's second and final meeting of President Trump and former VP Joe Biden had a completely different feel. It was civil was tested at times last night, but our political expert Mike O'Neal, says it never got out of control. Rather seamless. You gave each candidate two minutes uninterrupted. And the cutting off of Mike's insured with that that would occur and it worked and in what you had afterwards included a back and take, but it was a very natural back and take the debate was supposed to be the candidates third match up, But President Trump refused to take part in one of the debates when I was moved to a virtual format after he was diagnosed covert the candidates then took part in dueling town halls instead. Jim crossed our news. The Trump campaign tells Arizona's morning news that the president will make another visit Arizona at some point before Election Day, which is 11 days from now. No details on the trip have been announced. The president was in Prescott and Tucson Monday. Also, singer and actress share is coming to town Sunday for Joe Biden. We're still waiting on the details on where and when. For everything you need to know about Election 2020 Just go to dot com slash Arizona Votes Corona virus in Arizona Madison Middle School, asking its students and staff to quarantine for 14 days after a cove in 19 exposure. Madison School District says the decision was made due to 1/4 Positive Cove in 19 case on campus. The school says they plan to return to in person learning November 9th two or more cases that are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school is how the director of the state Health Department, Dr Kerr, Crist, defines an outbreak, she explains to the MIC Broom head show why some districts close after a couple of cases reported local health departments are the boots on the ground. They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, so it's going to depend on what they're saying. Mean and what the risk factors are, Dr Chris says. If you see multiple classrooms with cases that would be a sign of ongoing transmission of the virus, one presidential nominee, calling out Arizona's governor from his handling the pandemic. In a speech to reveal his plan for Corona virus, Joe Biden took a shot at Governor Ducey on how he handled mask mandates. Biden seduces refusal to implement a mandate is what is what led to our rise in cases. In June, Arizona got hit with a surge of cases hospital were flooded the state System was overwhelmed so cities and counties appeal the governor's really they impose their own local mandate, Biden said. If elected, he'll implement mask mandates for every state. And if Governor's refuse, he'll look to city and county leaders. Well, Doug Ducey is firing back. Jim Brinson is live in the new center with that story, Becky. Thank you. Ducey isn't pulling any punches with a long response on Twitter. The governor tweeting and I'm quoting, I guess he does see red and blue states after all, doozy, defending his actions to combat the virus by saying he originally prevented cities from arbitrarily shutting down businesses. He added that because of this, Arizona's economy is bouncing back faster than other states. The governor also promoted wearing masks throughout much of the pandemic live in the new center Jim Brinson. Our news State Health Department reported 975 new Corona virus cases and six new desk this morning. This is about 12,900 new diagnostic test were processed overnight eyes on immigration. We're learning more about the 545 migrant Children who still haven't been reunited with their families. Griselda Latino joins us live with that story. Many of them are very, very young Children. Some of them are under five. That's Alexandra Navid that with the value of Arizona, she says thes Children were taken from their parents after the cross the U. S Mexico border two years ago. We know that many of the Children have been placed here in the United States with either distant relatives or foster families. Some of the Children may be in Arizona. National A CEO Yoo is leading the efforts to reunite them with their parents, some of whom have been deported to Central America Reporting live. I'm Griselda City. No, Katie, Our news is we come upon 508. Now, let's get another look at those roads to get you home Detour Dan's in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Now there's one of them. Becky Land in particular that just has not been user friendly this afternoon. That's the stuff found statement. 87, the Beeline highway.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Allowed for pharmacy prescriptions for its and vegetables and to wrap meat or fish. As wells for carry out, food stores can continue to charge customers five cents to buy a paper bag. Retailers who violate the plastic bag ban could get a warning, then face a $250 fine for a second offense. It's the band was supposed to go into effect in March, but it wasn't enforced due to a lawsuit by a plastics manufacturer. A judge ruled against the suit and allow the band to move forward. Homeless men staying at a hotel on the upper West Side are asking the court to prevent the city from moving them to another hotel in the financial district. Men are arguing they won't have access to the same programs and jobs they've had in the neighborhood. The relocation was scheduled to start today, but it's being delayed at least until a hearing takes place this morning. This is another step in the legal battle that started last week after a group called downtown New York Er's sued to block the relocation. The men had been staying at the Lucerne Hotel, It's 79th and Amsterdam Avenue. After neighbors complained about quality of life issues, Mayor de Blasio decided to move them. We'll see. Mostly sunny skies today with a high of 68 degrees tonight. Mostly cloudy with a low around 60. This is WN. Support for NPR comes from T A who believes their clients. Passion will never run out. Nor will t I A is commitment to not only get clients to retirement, but through it. A dot org's slash never run out..

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Amelia Draper. Gorgeous afternoon plenty of sunshine up to 68 degrees right now in friendship Heights temperatures heading to the mid to upper seventies. At 12 51. Let's get the very latest now from Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. CBS News Special Report A vote to delay the confirmation of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court has failed. By by proxy. The final day of the hearing was filled with partisan debate over the timing of her nomination. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. This is Sam despite protests from Democrats as Faras. I know this is being done without any precedent, the Republican controlled Senate Judiciary Committee pressed forward agreeing to vote on Judge Amy Cockney barrettes nomination October 22nd. Chairman Lindsey Graham. There is no way you ever convince me that Amy Comey Cockney Barrett is not qualified using any reasonable standards of qualification. The move will tee up a full Senate vote by Election Day, protesters gathered outside the hearing. CBS News Special Report. I'm Cami McCormick and We will, of course, continue to stay on top of that story throughout the day, and you can watch the hearing live were streaming it a w t o p dot com Corona. Virus cases continue to rise in parts of our area, Virginia reporting the largest increase today, adding more than 1300 new Corona virus cases. That's the states large second largest increase since August. Maryland reporting 630 new cases that is slightly up from its seven day average. While new cases in the district dropped to 34 deaths from the virus continue to decrease in Virginia and the district but are up slightly in Maryland in the past 10 days. You can check out the local numbers at w GOP dot com. Search test. The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is excited about Halloween, and it's hosting a virtual Siri's of spooky activities. It's called Air and scare at home. This is the first time we're doing anything online for this event, obviously, but we're really excited. The Smithsonian's Beth Crownover invites you to a cast him contests Mars. Wrigley is our annual sponsor for this event, and so winners will receive candy price packs that will be mailing to them. You can also compete in the pumpkin decorating contest. We do have some stencils that are available on our website, but those were not required. They're just meant to be kind of initial inspiration, and your kids can enjoy virtual story time We have to accept. Eating. Lee gifted early childhood educators on our team and Gasparri and Diane Kid and writes original stories, and Diane creates original artworks that go alongside them. Jason Fraley w T V News. Stay with us coming up. Next Wall Street is getting lower a capital, one arena bet that's paying off. I'm Jeff label. It's 12 50. For this is a test of the Washington DC Metropolitan operational Area Emergency alert system..

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"1st 68 degrees. Hello. I'm Hillary Howard and I'm Sean Anderson. Top local story. We're following for you this evening A coyote shot and killed in Montgomery County after investigators say it attacked three people in separate incidents today in Rockville. This afternoon, A child was bitten in the leg on Astor Boulevard in Rock feels Woodley Garden neighborhood Woman was bitten on her arm on Redland Boulevard and Landis Way near the King Farm neighborhood. And then about 10 o'clock in the morning, A woman and her dog were attacked in Rockville. Everyone went to the hospital. Everyone is expected to be OK. The body of the coyote is being taken to a state lab for testing. Parents will have more childcare options in Maryland during the pandemic. This comes as the state reopens even Mohr with the Corona virus numbers trending in the right direction. Today is the state's first day since March, where there were no reported deaths from the virus. In Maryland. Childcare facilities can return to full capacity, according to state superintendent of schools Karen Salmon, who says the move provides working families with more access. To safe child care and programs. This comes his counties in the state see positivity rates under 5% Governor Larry Hogan. We're doing better than you know most states all across the country much better than the nation As a whole. He did again push for school systems, which haven't to return to some form of in person. Learning. There really is no excuse for not trying to bring kids back. Also, he says, for the first time since March, nursing homes without outbreaks or no positive cases in the past two weeks can have indoor visitations again. Mike Murillo. W T. O P knew things weren't so good in Virginia 20 new deaths were reported today. One new death reported in D. C. Read more about our local battle against the virus of double d t o p dot com Search test. You'll soon be able to get a late night cocktail in Montgomery County and.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Announcement in the Briana Taylor's case, I'm Mickey Bricks from the W P A P 24 7 news Death classic Chevrolet dot com w B AP First Traffic and Weather on the ones you have some construction on ly the Left lane is getting through on Westerly Bay 20 south down between Clifford And West point. Also, construction has only the right plane getting through on western 20 north bound between shaped road and also I 30. I'm gonna be a famous neurologist count Robert Sunshine returns arrest the week, which means those temperatures will be warming up in the meantime, tonight mainly cloudy skies down the low sixties. Tomorrow afternoon. Partly sunny by the afternoon highs near 80 on Friday more sunshine or be around lows in the low sixties afternoon highs in the mid to upper eighties and by this weekend. Mostly sunny skies in your weekend temperatures will top out in the upper eighties, maybe hit 90 right now. 68 degrees in Fort Worth. The Dallas City Council has voted 11 to 4 tonight to Cat seven million from the Dallas Police Department's 24 million overtime budget. Some called the move defending the police. Others say it's just a reallocation of funds. Vote tonight will amend the Dallas Police Department's portion of the budget by taking that seven million from overtime and using it for various things, including hiring civilians to the department. Expanded mail in voting has led to more ballots being rejected. Fox's Eric Shawn has more. It turns out that one of the major reasons mail in ballots are rejected. Is that voters make mistakes. In Pennsylvania, voters received two envelopes one the so called secrecy envelope to put their ballot and that was in the envelope. They mail, But some voters forget to use both. So now there's a post to skip the secrecy envelope and count votes without one anyway. Other battleground states have also been given re praise. In Wisconsin, A federal judge extended the deadline to six days after the election for absentee ballots to be received, and the Michigan judge went even further two weeks longer for ballots postmarked by Election Day. While protesters were marching in Louisville, Kentucky over the announcement on the grand jury decision in the Briana Taylor case in Dallas and Fort Worth, protesters are marching downtown. Now in Dallas, they converged on City hall. At one point they were carrying shields and pepper spray their reportedly back again, which will be the third visit tonight. Earlier, the City Council was in session. They were working on the budget at that time, and when the first.

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Chicago Weather: Fabulous Fall Weather To Come This Week

John Howell

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Weather: Fabulous Fall Weather To Come This Week

"Arrives tomorrow morning with a fall equinox, But we've enjoyed fall already Beautiful start to the week here in Chicago Sunshine 75 this afternoon. 55 Tonight. We do see south winds tomorrow and Wednesday and upper seventies warmest day of the week will be Wednesday and then another drop to the numbers late week from the Weather Channel meteorologist Scott Larrimore Wools am 8 90 with another update, 30 minutes 68 degrees at the Lake 74 at Midway 75 at O'Hare If the

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Going on, Eh, Tony? Good morning. Watch out for that fog that there were talking a little bit about that here this morning. Dense fog advisory remains in place until 9 a.m. another hour there. Otherwise we're mostly cloudy and we do have scattered showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon, and there could be a few stronger storms with from gusty winds. Days higher on 83 will keep with scattered rain and storm chances tonight a low down to 71 day. Mostly cloudy. Just some spotty showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. When these high 82 Thursday our last chance for rain with a cold front, moving through scattered showers and storms still warm and humid Thursday's high in the lower eighties. That right? There is Marcus Bailey. Of which TV Marcus. Thank you. 68 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is 806 thiss Hour on 93. WNBC is powered by Pierce Jewelers, Carmel's family owned jewelry store. I won't come things down. They will take over. They will have one. Biden gets in. They will have one. He's a weak person. He's controlled like a puppet, so it's not going to become things them. It's gonna be they will have one They will have taken over your cities. It's a revolution. You understand that It's a revolution and the people of this country will not stand for that. I hope that the president is right there. But right now I'm seeing.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Letter who can help you understand all your mortgage options. Rocket Can rocket mortgage David struck Feli? No. W busy traffic on the threes. There's the sun. Nice to see in Boston. It's 68 degrees are hotter Days. 76 Fair skies, The humidity is gone. And clear skies for you Tonight. Low 50 inland 56 Downtown showers and thunderstorms tomorrow with damaging winds were watching that for you Friday looks absolutely nice. And then Saturday look stormy again. We'll have more on the weather coming up in 10 minutes. It's 11 45. This's W B Z use radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good morning on Lori Kirby. Here are the five things you need to know. At 11 45 nude in just unveiled its back to school plan. It's a proposal of a mix remote hybrid and in person in phases. And the National Hurricane Center warns the storm surge from Hurricane Laura could reach an unsurvivable 20 ft in parts of Texas and Louisiana to protesters. Air shot to death at Wisconsin following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, now Celtics players are considering a boycott of tomorrow's playoff game. The CDC reverses course their new guidelines for Corona virus testing Day three of the Republican National Convention and tonight we'll hear from the vice president Mike Pence. Let's get more on that right now. We are halfway through the R. N C at this point baby sees Alex.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Current temperature is 68 degrees and checking the current radar. We're seeing the rainfall, mainly in the northern part of the tri state in Butler County, Trenton area off to the west of Middletown and extending up into Somerville and also just seen some a line of showers in Newton's Ville Owensville in Claremont County. Further south In Claremont County. A man is dead after he was involved in a crash involving his motorcycle in a sedan Saturday night. The potato via posts of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says 51 year old Dean Williams of Cincinnati was traveling east on state Route 1 25 in Union Township when his motorcycle overturned, travelling across the center line and was struck by a Honda Civic Williams would later be pronounced dead at Anderson Mercy Hospital. He was said to be not. He was said to not be wearing a helmet while riding the motorcycle thieves, State Highway Patrol suspects alcohol and or drug impairment was a factor. The two people in the Honda Civic were not injured. That crash remains under investigation by the State Highway Patrol, the Ohio Department of Health they discovered 19 numbers showed most key indicators falling below their 21 day average Saturday that included the 928 new cases, 67 new hospitalizations and five new I seeyou Admissions. But They were 26 new destitute the virus, which was still above the three week average of 23 reported per day. There was some encouraging news about Kentucky's battle to slow down covered 19. I think we're seeing that facial coverings. They just work. Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir continues to make the case for wearing a mask and they're our best chance of saving lives and protecting the health of our people. Of ensuring our economy can stay open and getting our kids back in school. So Kentucky we're seeing it in the data. Let's make sure we all mask up. On Saturday, the governor reported 572 new cases, down by about 200 from Friday. I'm Matt Reese News Radio, 700 wlw five year tested to cover 19 were also announced by the governor Saturday for the first time this week. Congressional Democrats and White House officials say they have made significant progress on a deal for a new stimulus package. Two sides meaning for three hours on Saturday, they plan to meet again today. There's this new urgency for the talks because thie emergency, enhance unemployment benefits and moratorium. On evictions. And at the end of July News Radio, 700 WLW sports threads and tigers trying to play a game Saturday afternoon, moving up the original 6 10 start. Timeto 1 10 But rain still a factor postponing the game. It will now be a doubleheader this afternoon. Each game will be seven endings long Major League baseball putting that role until effect Saturday. Game one set for this afternoon at 12 10. Coverage begins this morning with the inside pitch on news Radio, 700 WLW at 11 10 Other baseball scores of note. National League Central. The Cubs hold on to beat the Pirates for three at Wrigley, Chicago, now six and two. On the early season. Pittsburgh is two and six American League Central. The White song Speeding the Royals 11 to 5. The Cleveland Indians who will be in Cincinnati starting Monday, to begin a home and home, Siri's are shut up by the Minnesota Twins. Three. Nothing National League in American League central schedule, starting to feel the impact of covered 19 on Saturday, more positive cases were reported out of the ST Louis Cardinals organization, postponing it Siri's entirely against Milwaukee. Where a game was to be played Saturday in a doubleheader today. Major League Baseball, says Thie ST Louis Cardinals Well before game Siri's in Detroit against the Tigers Tuesday through Thursday with a doubleheader on Wednesday, the Brewers will still play their regularly scheduled home and home against the Chicago White Sox are next update is at 4 30 I'm Sean Gallagher News Radio 700 Of evil Toby you shop. The big anniversary sale at Safeway. Through August 11th. You can earn four times gas and grocery rewards points when you purchased $10 of participating products.

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"68 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"68 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"The seventies. Right now 68 degrees in Seattle News at 11 starts now. We start with breaking news from the White House President Trump says he plans to act as soon as tomorrow to ban the popular tic tac app from the United States. The Chinese own video sharing APP is at the center of national security, privacy and censorship concerns. The president said he has the authority to ban the APP through executive order or emergency economic powers. It follows reports that Microsoft is in talks to buy tick talk. The value is just weighing in calling a ban a danger to free expression. Also breaking on our live feeds. Right now, this out of control wildfire is exploding in size. In Southern California, the apple fire went from 40 acres to 900 acres in just hours. 200 homes are being evacuated in Riverside County That's east of Los Angeles. Like Washington. That area is getting hit by a scorching heat wave. And here in our state crews are still working to get this wildfire under control near like Crescent, an Olympic national park. So far, it has burned about 65 acres. Park Service believes people started that fire, but the cause is still unknown tonight. And this is just breaking now. In south Seattle, police say a car drove into this Safeway building on south a fellow street police just ended up clearing the same. We do know that driver is in custody. An historic verdict tonight as jurors find the state negligence in the death of Charlie and Braden Powell. They were killed by their father eight years ago. Lawyers say it's the most money ever awarded in Washington. For this type of case, Thomas Joel Marino is live with the accountability. The boy's grandparent's now hope to see Joel. Aly and Steve. This award is more than $98 million the boy's grandfather says it sends a message that the state agency that oversees Children. Got to change the culture that allowed this tragedy. The day Charlie and Braden Powell died. They were taken to their father's home by the Department of Social and Health Services worker for a supervised visit. But Josh Powell locked that caseworker out killed the boys and then himself an explosive house fire. The grand parents sued the state and now one over a jury in court Question. One answer. Yes. Chuck Cox calls a $90 million award A wake up call. I'm hoping that That this will be the start of them. Looking at their program and Following the rules and policies that they're supposed to be following. Police believe Josh Powell was also responsible for his wife Susan's disappearance in 2009. Attorneys argued that state workers weren't trained for parental visits and domestic violence situations until jurors it was time to change course. And I think he took that very seriously that they're standing in a position where they could really make a difference in how often can you make history? Chuck Cox says he hopes to use the money to help other Children. However, the state could still appeal the verdict and says it's currently reviewing its options. Back to you, Joel. Thank you alive. Look AT T Mobile Park tonight. The Mariners home opener just wrapped up a little while ago, and it sure feels a bit different in Soto Street's and seats practically empty. Most Co Miller is live outside the park Tonight. Cold fans, businesses. Trying to make the most out of AA pretty unusual start to the season, aren't they? Jesse, This is a lot different. Admittedly, it is my first home opener. But people down here tell me with the Mariners win and the weather as nice at it. As it has been, Occidental would normally be packed this after party would still be going That is not the case tonight with the Corona virus pandemic still in full swing businesses in the shadow of the park are feeling the blow its opening Day Cove in 2020 style with no one cheering from inside T Mobile Park on this Mariners home opener. The stands empty aside from a few cutouts big low would not have missed it for the world. Even from outside left field, where that Jumbotron was just barely visible..

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