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"A little bit cooler temperatures on Thursday will be in the mid 70s 72 degrees mostly clear skies outside the midtown Manhattan studios. WBC news time is coming up on 6 I'm Bob Brown remember the news never stops at wabcradio talk radio 77 W ABC is he's here now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building we've once again made contact with our leader Mark Levin welcome America I'm telling you most hosts whether on radio do not have the guts to tell you the truth now what's happened here I looked at members the most conservative members in the House of Representatives they had to create their own caucus and I want to go down this list with you there's only about 52 of them and how they voted Barrymore Alabama second district voted to keep McCarthy Gary Palmer Alabama sixth district voted to keep McCarthy David Schweikert the real conservative out of Arizona Arizona 1 he voted to keep McCarthy Eli Crane Arizona 2 voted against him Andy Biggs mr. anti convention of voted against McCarthy Debbie Lesko Arizona 8 voted for McCarthy Paul Gosar Arizona 9 voted for McCarthy Darrell ice at California 48 their Freedom Caucus members voted for McCarthy Lauren Boebert Colorado 3rd voted for McCarthy Ken Buck who we now know as best buddies with Liz Cheney for God's sakes who hates Kevin McCarthy well he did as he was directed apparently he voted against McCarthy Matt Gaetz you know well Kat Florida's third voted for McCarthy Bill Posey Florida 8 voted for McCarthy Anna Luna I think she just had a wasn't there Greg Stube Florida 17th voted for McCarthy and where Trump supporters Byron Donald's Florida 19 voted for McCarthy Andrew Clyde Georgia 9 voted for McCarthy these are Freedom Caucus Mike Collins Georgia 10 voted for McCarthy Marjorie Taylor Greene Georgia 14 voted for McCarthy Russ Fulcher Idaho 1 voted for McCarthy Mary Miller Illinois 15 very delightful lady my wife and I met her and her husband voted for McCarthy Clay Higgins Louisiana 3rd voted for McCarthy Mike Johnson Louisiana 4 voted for McCarthy Andy Harris Maryland 1 voted for McCarthy Eric Burleson Missouri 7 voted for McCarthy Matt Rosendale Montana 2nd has voted against McCarthy and everything else every step of the way Greg Murphy North Carolina 3rd voted for McCarthy Dan Bishop he had a little Twitter back and forth voted for McCarthy Jim Jordan spoke on his behalf and voted for McCarthy Ohio 4 Max Miller used to work for Trump Ohio 7 voted for McCarthy Warren Davidson Ohio 8 and second folks all right all right Josh Brechin Oklahoma 2nd voted for McCarthy Scott Perry good man out of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 10th voted for Jeff Duncan South Carolina 3rd voted for McCarthy Ralph Norman South Carolina 5th voted for McCarthy Deanna Harshbarger Tennessee 1st voted for McCarthy Scott Desjarlais Tennessee 4th voted for McCarthy Andy Ogles Tennessee 5th voted for McCarthy Keith Self Texas 3rd voted for McCarthy Ronnie Jackson of Texas Trump's former doctor Texas 13 voted for McCarthy Randy Weber Texas 14 voted for McCarthy Chip Roy Texas 21 voted for McCarthy Troy Nells Texas 22nd voted for McCarthy Michael Cloud Texas 27 voted for McCarthy Burgess Owens Utah 4th voted for McCarthy Bob Good Virginia 6th voted against McCarthy Ben Cline Virginia 6th voted for McCarthy Morgan Griffith Virginia 9th voted for McCarthy Alex Tony West Virginia 2nd voted for McCarthy Tom Tiffany Wisconsin 7th voted for McCarthy Harriet Hegeman who replaced Liz Cheney Wyoming at large voted for McCarthy she replaced Liz Cheney who urged Mr. Buck one of the 8th to vote against McCarthy I just went through the list of the freedom caucus. I guess they're all neo -cons, rhinos, sellouts, big government leftists too. Now these people are conservatives who understand everything that's at stake now. The existential threats all around us. Where do you think Hakeem Jeffries is today? Think he's having a party? Now the one question Matt Gaetz has not been asked is when is the last time he spoke to Hakeem Jeffries is or there any of the surrogates or any of the others in the Democrat party? Because it's interesting, Hakeem Jeffries puts out a note this morning and tells all the Democrats to vote against McCarthy when he said it was a party. I wasn't born yesterday. I didn't fall off the two. You're intelligent people. You're wise people. You know what the hell is going on too. They made a deal with the devil in the Democrat party. They made a deal with a party who has been and is destroying this country because trying they're to settle a score. Some of them are wanting to run for a higher office and they don't. So whoever the next is whoever the next speaker is might be a great person. Maybe a personal friend. I don't know. Of course they will take credit for it. They get credit for nothing. And I want to tell the media, even friendly media, there's no civil war going on here. These are eight anarchists. Nancy Mace voted This guy Buck is a creepy great between Liz Cheney and his negotiating with CNN. He should resign from Congress now and go get your damn job with CNN. Matt Gaetz, in my view, is a sleazy operator and a demigod. chosen Dale, to me, is a relatively low IQ opportunist who wants to run for the Senate again. I don't know much about the others and I don't need handed to they the power to the Democrats to take out somebody who was elected speaker. By the vast majority of the Freedom Caucus, Republican the Study Committee, these are conservatives. And the hypocrisy and the contradictions that come out of that mouth of Matt Gaetz is really unbelievable. Just because he talks like an auctioneer selling a used car doesn't mean he's substantively correct. Now what am I talking about? He goes on and on and on about how Kevin McCarthy's working with the Democrats. Really? They just voted unanimously to get rid of them. And they voted unanimously with you Mr. Gaetz. Why was that? Why did they vote unanimously to get rid of McCarthy and you voted with them? And yet, you voted with them, a unanimous Democrat party. Incredible when you think about it. Also pretty all kinds of things going on behind the scenes that you and I will never know. That the vast majority of the conservatives in the House Republican caucus won't know. If I ever vote or AOC or Bowman, then you'll know somebody's holding a gun to my head. Oh Mark, Mark. You know we had to work with the Russians to defeat Hitler. Correct. McCarthy's not Hitler. These eight opposed the most aggressive effort to cut domestic spending, discretionary perhaps in history. Perhaps in history. And they all admitted, even Andy Biggs, Mr. Anti -Convention of States, that that HR2, that was part of this, to secure the border, was and is the most conservative effort to it. do And of course Gates, who does nothing, complained that it's just a pandate, it's no big deal. And then he gets on the floor and he says, Kevin McCarthy, they passed that bill but the bill, the ward is still I open. guess he doesn't understand how a constitution works, like it or not. cannot Kevin McCarthy close the border on the border. And the Republicans in the House, not in November, in not January, not in May, not today, didn't create a $33 trillion debt. And it's shocking to me that at no time during your speech, did you mention Mitch McConnell or John Cornyn or John Thune or John Trump's there. Not once. And in no time did you mention that the most conservative members of the Senate wanted that bill passed so they could use it against
"72 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"The First Alert Weather Center. right now it's 73 in Rockville, 73 in Ashburn, 72 degrees in District Heights and it's 75 degrees outside the W -T -O -P studios at 231. This is W -T -O -P News. Everything you every need, time you listen. The W -T -O -P producers desk is wired by IBEW Local 26. Where electrical contractors come to grow. Good morning I'm Rich Hunter, Veronica Canales is our producer. The top stories we're following for you today. President Biden leaves today a for European trip that focuses on native relations and the effort to help Ukraine. President Biden's three nation visit begins in the UK where he meets with King Charles at Windsor Castle. Their first visit it's since the coronation. Then he'll meet with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Next is a flight to Lithuania which is hosting the annual NATO summit. Secretary -General Jens Stoltenberg Friday said at the summit we will make Ukraine even more stronger and set out a vision for its future. President Biden participates in meetings Tuesday and Wednesday and then Thursday and travels to NATO's newest member nation, Finland, showcasing the global support for the expanding alliance. I'm Jackie Quinn. Lawyers for a first grade teacher who was shot by her six -year -old student in Virginia can start the process of interviewing eyewitnesses, reviewing the boys disciplinary files, and accessing other records for a $40 million lawsuit against the school system. A circuit court judge in Newport News made that ruling Friday, but the judge won't decide until October whether Abby Zwirner's case will end up in a civil courtroom or before the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission. The Newport News School Board wants the lawsuit dismissed and argues that Zwirner suffered employment related injuries. Workers' Compensation provides up to 500 weeks of benefits and lifetime medical care for injuries. Zwirner was a first -grade teacher at Richneck Elementary School when she was shot in the hand and chest while sitting at a classroom reading table. The 25 -year -old spent nearly two weeks in the hospital and has had multiple surgeries since the January shooting. It is 2 -33. Today marks 500 days since Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky marked the somber anniversary by hailing the country's soldiers in a video from the Black Sea. Snake Island was a key figure at the start of the war. Soldiers there refused to surrender as Russian troops approached. The island was later captured by Russian forces. Zelensky honored those who fought for the island and all other defenders of the country. Meanwhile, controversial cluster munitions are on the way to Ukraine courtesy of the Biden administration. A cluster bomb is a type of weapon that is designed to disperse smaller bombs over a large area. The decision comes despite concerns that the bombs have a track record of causing civilian casualties. They have real limitations in how they can properly detonate. They have to hit, you know, inside of 45 -degree angle. Mud, soft surfaces like cloud, earth, water puddles, sand all fail to produce enough of an impact shock for that fuse to properly function. So what happens is you can end up with a lot of these things that haven't exploded on impact that are simply lying around an area. They're tough to see and they can still explode, you know, even many decades after they were dropped. That's the New York Times Pentagon correspondent John Ismay. Russia is already using the deadly munitions against Ukraine. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said during her four -day trip to Beijing that she hopes the two can countries start to work together on climate change. As the world's two largest emitters of greenhouse gases and the largest investors in renewable energy, we have both a joint responsibility and ability to lead the way. A library book overdue by 119 years has now found its way home. On Valentine's Day 1904, James Clerk Maxwell's Elementary Treatise on Electricity was checked out from the New Bedford Free Public Library in Massachusetts. This year, Stuart Pline, a curator of rare books at West Virginia University Libraries, was sorting our through recent donation and found the prize. The library has a five cent per day late fee. At that rate, someone returning a book overdue by 119 years would face a hefty fee of more than $2 ,100. The good news? The library's late fee limit maxes out at $2, and they don't charge interest. Six people are dead in California after their plane crashed into a field and burst into flames early Saturday morning. The crash happened near an airport in the city of Murrieta, California, in southwest Riverside County, located between Los Angeles and San Diego just after 4 a .m. The plane was engulfed in fire along with a one acre of vegetation when deputies arrived. The six people aboard were pronounced dead at scene. the The Riverside County Sheriff's Department and the Federal Aviation Administration are both investigating the crash. A massive multi -state manhunt is underway for an escaped prisoner in Pennsylvania. Authorities say 37 -year -old Michael Burum is considered armed and dangerous. CBS News correspondent Chanel Call reports. Michael Burum was being held on arson and burglary charges and is suspected of raping and killing a woman in Jamestown, New York. Police say he's also tied to the carjacking and kidnapping of a couple back in May that resulted in a multi -state manhunt as well. 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"72 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Waking up to 72 degrees in our nation's Good capital. morning. I'm Dean Lane. Thanks for taking us along for your early morning ride. Topping the stories we're following for you as you rise with us and we roll into this four o 'clock hour. We begin with the latest from the Supreme Court. This week striking down President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. WTOP's on Cheyenne Corrine got reaction this week from local borrowers who tell her they're losing hope on this one. Nate Neiman was gainfully employed until being impacted by one of the most recent tech layoffs. He's now left with $30 ,000 in student loans, half of which he thought would be forgiven. I was really hoping that the plan would be upheld by the Supreme Court. In response to the Supreme Court's rejection of Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, Mary O 'Lane says the Supreme Court is a horror show, you know, just turning back all sorts of programs that are there to uplift people and help them move forward. And it's just it's just so sad. Cheyenne Coran, WTOP news. It was on Thursday this week the nation's high court ruled that colleges and universities can longer no use affirmative action in their admissions process. And that has prompted a group suing locally, Fairfax County Schools for its new admissions policy at Thomas Jefferson High for Science and Technology to take their case now to the nation's Supreme Court. The case is about the constitutionality of a new admissions policy at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. The policy implemented in 2020 removed a standardized test. new The process takes a student's experience factors such as whether a student is from a low -income household into account. Fairfax The County School Board says the policy doesn't set racial goals or targets and it's race blind. In the lawsuit some parents argue it discriminates against Asian Americans. Last year a federal judge struck down the policy but in May a circuit court court of appeals in Richmond reversed the ruling. A George Mason University law professor tells the Associated Press debate that over the policy's constitutionality may depend on what can be proven about the county's motivations in preventing it. Scott Gelman, WTOP News. Come on the TLP Saturday morning at 4 o 'clock. Both purple and red air days have become a common occurrence in the DC region of light thanks to those wildfires up in Canada that are still burning this hour as we speak. And weather experts tell us this week we have more of those days in store apparently. The dryness obviously doesn't help with hazy conditions and bad smoke from the wildfires. National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Witt says in addition to wildfire smoke lower than average rainfall is exacerbating bad air quality and with fires continuing to burn hazy days may be recurring. We may see additional days where we'll see more frequent not just orange but also red as well hopefully not purple but we'll have to see we are getting into the heart of summer and summer is more or less about the haze. In the next few days at least there will be some relief. We're going to get showers and storms and it's going to help wash it down a little bit. Matt Montgomery County's history locally is now heading to Maryland's Supreme Court. Steven Lieberman the lawyer for groups fighting to preserve a black cemetery that was paved over in the 1960s said a recent ruling that would greenlight the sale of the property sets a terrible precedent. Traditional African American cemeteries all over Maryland are now fair game for developers. Montgomery County's housing opportunities commission wanted to sell the land in Bethesda. In an email statement the HOC said the court's ruling found it properly followed the state laws that protect burial grounds but Lieberman and the plaintiffs disagree. And we hope the Supreme Court Maryland of is going to reverse this injustice. Kate Ryan, WTOP News. Good morning to you welcome in Saturday morning to WTOP. You're with Dean on WTOP. WTOP and Silver Diner now bring you free lunch Friday to thank you for listening to WTOP whether you're at home at work or on the go. Three winners every Friday. Enter to win free lunch courtesy of Silver Diner and plan your next luncheon with up to five additional guests. There's something for everyone at Silver Diner with over a hundred menu items including vegan and gluten free options and your diner favorites. So don't miss out. Enter to win today at WTOP .com search free lunch. Good morning welcome in to WTOP. Time now is 4 .08. Get a precision AC tune -up for only $59. Michael and Son Grabbing your weather on the eights and when it breaks let's check in first this morning with Ken Berger in the We've got major accident activity on the Beltway outer loop. Three right lanes are blocked near Georgia Avenue traffic getting by in the far left lane and the left shoulder. Very light volume of traffic so no
"72 degrees" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Guard dot com. I'm in Wants news. I'm Carmen Roberts. We are as ready for this storm as we could be for any storm. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner as Nicholas strengthens into Hurricane was 75 Mile an hour winds the storm slamming the southern coast of Texas, with heavy rain and winds already causing power outages. Houston police chief Troy Thinner stay off the road. It's not safe tonight. Nicholas is expected to dump up to 12 inches of rain on the area and then move on to Southern Louisiana and Mississippi, still recovering from Hurricane Ida and a House committee unveils a tax plan that would raise some corporate taxes to 26 a half percent. The proposal is part of the revenue side of a $3.5 trillion build back. Better proposals sought by President Biden is Jared Halperin. America's listening to Fox News. A chance for an isolated showers. Storm this evening Otherwise partly cloudy with lows in the seventies. Hot, humid tomorrow highs in the eighties a chance for isolated showers and storms in the afternoon. Scattered showers and storms more likely on Wednesday temperatures again topping out in the eighties. I'm w B R C first alert. Chief meteorologist West Wyatt for NewsRadio one. Oh 55. W E. R. C right now It's 72 degrees at permitting hams, News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio 155 w. We are.
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"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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"The U. S. Army Distinguished Credit Union Service Award. Learn more at Andrews FC u dot org Steve Dresner. W T o P. Traffic, not a Storm Team four and Lauryn Ricketts It's going to be a nice labor day. Lots of sunshine out there is. Temperatures continue to rise into the mid eighties for daytime highs today and again. Lots of sunshine around and the committee were in the fifties and sixties overnight with clear skies back in the mid eighties tomorrow, plenty of sun for your Tuesday and again the humidity is going to stay in check now. Such a humidity by Wednesday temperatures on Wednesday nearly 90 he showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday before we dry out Thursday and for Friday. I'm 17 for meteorologists warn Rick attempts around Washington this morning. We've got 76 in Hyattsville, Maryland, 72 in Fredericksburg right now, 73 degrees in eastern and we've got 72 degrees in Washington. The forecast is brought to you by mattress Warehouse. Buy with confidence with the one year price guarantee Only that mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com 9 41 Hurricane Ida's death toll continues to rise, with many in the Northeast, holding out hope for people missing in the floodwaters, the latest death toll in Louisiana wrote. To at least 13 on Sunday. The storm killed at least 50 people across the Northeast, mostly from floodwaters. At a news conference yesterday, New York governor Kathy Hogle said her region needs to turn its attention to storm water systems and unprepared to handle a future of more frequent flash flooding because of climate change After what I witnessed firsthand, The lives we lost. 17 New Yorker is no longer with us because of the weather. I'm operating on the assumption that this could happen again in another 10 days. Meanwhile, nearly 600,000 customers in Louisiana still do not have power a week after the storm made landfall. Seven nursing home residents have died since they were housed in a structure with no air conditioning as a makeshift hurricane shelter. WWL radio reporter Dave Cohen tells us. Hundreds of people were jammed into that metal building. The state of Louisiana has shut down seven nursing homes in the New Orleans area after its own Evacuated more than 800 patients to a warehouse as IDA was approaching Governor John Bel Edwards says it got ugly inside deteriorating in Inadequate shelter conditions. The power went out. The generators failed, and the water came in. One of the rooms flooded over water. We have to get everybody out. This worker says Patients were packed in so tightly they had to step over one to get to another. It was just awesome. Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans Mayor Bowser marking this week's opening of a new Anacostia River span with a community celebration. It's a two day celebration in honor of the new Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge opening this week, nearly a month ahead of a previously announced October Opening date on the list of Labor Day events of five K Fun run walk, plus what's dubbed a community celebration with food and live entertainment. On Tuesday, Mayor Bowser will join federal partners, members of the Douglas family and other invited guests and dignitaries for a ribbon cutting ceremony. It was an early 2018 the d dot broke ground on the South Capitol.
"72 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brighton interchange. North of the city. Delays on Route three South jammed 1 10 past a couple of crashes by route 1 29 David Stuff Alino WBZ traffic on the three meteorologist Dean DeVore. Now, with the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast and in Boston Dean, We can't see it quite yet, but we can feel the sun is on the way. You know, I think even if you would have a West facing window, you might start to see North West facing windows. Some of those breaks in the clouds and you're right to the South and east. They're still mired in some clouds. But it's getting here. Jeff the dryer is pushing in. The rains pushing offshore on Ray's going out to sea and here comes from heat and humidity as we look at the next suit, few days upper eighties at their best today, especially away from the water, probably lower eighties along the water's edge. Even the Cape and the coach should get into some sunshine this afternoon. Real field temperatures have in the low to mid nineties and then gets even hotter. I think tomorrow and Thursday, I think inland spots, including the city, low nineties real fields getting into the upper nineties to near 100. Think we see Thunderstorm Marine free Now, Once we get rid of these last showers on the Cape Thunderstorm free through Thursday, Thursday afternoon and evening could see one and I have the models are not for anyone out on Friday, but we're going to start reducing the humidity on Friday, it's still in the upper eighties. Then by the weekend. It's much cooler and less humid upper seventies and right now looks like both days of the weekend or dry. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist seen before WBZ Boston's NewsRadio like I just saw a shadow here in Boston. It is 72 degrees, And here comes the sun. Good morning 8 56, a couple from Milbury in very hot water this morning after being charged with kidnapping a newborn. A detention hearing has been set for Friday. For Cassidy, Liz Eric Waves and equine Jefferson Cuevas is 19 Jefferson 23. Now, police say Cuevas drove away allegedly with a four day old child in the back state when the mother entered a gas station for coffee on South Bridge straight over the weekend. The baby was left with strangers a short time later to Subway Restaurant and Worcester Now prosecutors.
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"Was the leverage down ramp. The Tobin Bridge, the airport tunnels. They're fine. Roots two and nine are in good shape west of the city as well. My king WBC's traffic on the three that's going to check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Now. Meteorologist Brian Thompson is with us. You know, a lot of people were you're smiling when Henry made its first approach to New England. Hey, that was okay. And now a lot of those people are getting wet tonight. Yeah, I kind of miss some of the worst impacts Pan, and yesterday we really saw most of the rain stay well off to the West. But now that Anri is kind of making a second pass through The center of circulation with what's left of the storm, now passing through Connecticut's moving off toward the East and will be offshore by tomorrow morning, But as it continues to push Easter, we're gonna continue to see these bands of showers and thunderstorms. Move on through some heavier downpours running on the 4 95 quarter pretty heavy down for right at the junction of the Mass pike at 4 95 Year, Westboro that's moving off toward the North and east. We're just starting to see some showers Get into Boston. Right now There is some heavier rain down along the South shore that will be moving up from the from south to north here as we go through the next few hours as well, so This could be the case really throughout the night. While these rounds of showers come through, there will be downpours in areas of localized flooding could be a thunderstorm with low near 70 very warm and humid Tomorrow of clouds early, maybe a stray shower, but I think most of the rain is gone by daybreak. Clouds will quickly give way to sunshine over high close to 85 tomorrow, mainly clear, warm and sticky Tomorrow night Low. 73 had a couple of hot and humid days Wednesday and Thursday with a fair amount of sunshine. How close to 90 Wednesday and up to 92 on Thursday. I'm accurate meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's dish radio 72 degrees right now in Boston. Well, what's left of Andre is mostly rain at this point. And marinas on the Cape. We're busy over the weekend, despite on re being bit lackluster in terms of its punch voters on the caper now relaunching vessels after they took them out of the water before the storm. All the guys we have work overtime..
"72 degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You're heading out right now, and that big morning commute north beyond 35 from slaughter up to about Stassen, Typical. Slow down there. You're going to hit about Woodward. You're gonna be slow up to seventh. Starting to see that south beyond build up as well from 2 90 down to 38th Street. I'm not seeing any other issues at the moment there are going to add to that delay Don prior with Austin's on time traffic. The the news Radio K LBJ Radar Weather Watch High Today 77 with a chance of rain this afternoon tonight Slow 68 tomorrow 60% Chance of rain High 79. It's 72 degrees connect with us, said news radio. K. L b j dot com. 6 34 Todd Jeffries and don Price the headline An honest Austin. It says the SD faces a state mandate to accept funding from parent teacher associations. The P T. A S. Yeah, the Austin school district could soon be forced to reverse a recent policy change that while it prohibited local schools from accepting P T a funding for staff positions, a dozen Pita is in the Austin area. They funded tutors, lunch monitors, library clerks and other support staff. But the AI SD announced the ban on this practice back in May, saying that the pita funding created in equities between West Austin schools in East Austin schools. They have a quote here, they say. While it may be appealing to seek additional funds from the community to, you know, for school support organizations to maintain the status quo, that practice does not align with our district values. The district said in a letter to well, you know, to school principals back in May. Now few pita leaders publicly objected to the decision. But it appears that some quietly took their case to Senator Don Buckingham. There are Rick what? Lakeway, Republican. And Buckingham. On May, the 26 tacked on an amendment to an existing bill moving through the Legislature to compel, you know, assistance or acceptance that is of these kinds of donations, except from parent teacher organizations my district to donate designed to fund Supplemental educational staff positions. This is like extra tutors..
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"Just Kind of settle in and go with it. Adam Kaufman, WBC Boston's news radio, It's 9 43, and as far as Friday is concerns, this has not been very good on the roadways. David Stuff Alino keeps up with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Certainly not for the expressway CHN, which has been looking more like a Friday afternoon ride. It's very heavy and slow from before mass have towards Freeport Street loosens up a little bit from here but remains heavy. Most of the way into the Braintree split. The northbound side is just a little snug getting into the entrance of the O'Neill Tunnel. Room three. Southbound is slow passing Derby Street and then under a half mile backup at the Sagamore Bridge route. 25 eastbound hits the brakes a little more than a mile before the born bridge north of the city. 4 95 northbound been seeing a lot of brake lights between the local connector and route. 38 inhale roll on the South bound side of 4 95 right lane work scheduled after River Street. West of the city. We have close to a four mile back up on the pikey spawned before Route 32 in Palmer getting by a truck crash. Right lanes closed tow truck on the scene getting into the city on the lever connector inbound on again, off again. Delays in the left lane around the curve before store. I'll drive David stuff. Alino WBZ traffic on the three lots of like number one. It's Friday. Number two. It's a brand new holiday and number three. The sun is shining 72 degrees in Boston and getting better from here live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Not a cloud in the sky here in Boston, anyway, it'll mix with some clouds this afternoon as we get to the mid eighties and summertime heat arrives just in time for the summer season.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Blocked in seminal on Bay Pines Boulevard eastbound at 95th Street. North John Thomas News, radio. W F L A. It will be a steamy day to kick off the month of June afternoon highs in the low nineties, when you factor in the humidity is gonna feel like the mid nineties today, so stay hydrated. There's not a 30% chance of some passing showers through the afternoon and early evening. Those showers come to an end with overnight lows in the low seventy's. Tomorrow There's a 40% chance of afternoon storms and highs near 90 in the voting forecast today. East winds becoming nor that 10 to 15 knots in a moderate chop in the bay. Max offended right meteorologist Lise van. It's 72 degrees had news radio W F L A Strap in. We could be in for a bumpy hurricane season, which officially gets underway today. Returns in the Atlantic are already above normal, and forecasters are projecting another above normal season with 16 to 20 named storms, 7 to 10, Hurricanes and 3 to 5. Major storms Collectively, conditions look very favorable for tropical development this year. Especially during August, September and October. While we're in a neutral pattern now, AKI Weather lead hurricane forecaster Dan Cut, Loski stresses. If we quickly swing back to La Nina, like last year, we could see storm still developing late in October and early November. Air correctly display me a wellness check by the Hillsborough sheriff's Office at a home and Carol would has led to a gruesome discovery. Woman in her sixties was found dead deputy say they arrested.
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"It's 72 degrees had news radio w F L A ah, boats carrying Cuban refugees has overturned off the coast of Key West. In a search for survivors is underway to coast Guard cutters in several small boats is still looking for 10. People missing, the agency says. It's rescued eight people and recover the remains of two more. CBS station WFOR TV Miami reports The boat was carrying Cuban migrants trying to make it here to Florida. One source characterizes it as a Cuban chug and older boat about 25 ft. Long at the most. The eight survivors reportedly still aboard the coast Guard cutter No word on whether they'll be brought to the U. S is possible Witness. His support illegal smuggling or sent back to Cuba. Peter King, CBS News Orlando Republicans on Capitol Hill have made a counter offer to Democrats on infrastructure. It may not be enough to gain bipartisan support. Republicans responded to President Biden's $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal with a $928 billion counter offer. It's a serious effort to try to reach Bipartisan agreement. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito was leading negotiations for the GOP insist the two sides remain far apart on the scope of what should be included in an infrastructure bill. When you're looking at the 1.7 Trillion from the White House, what are you looking at? You're looking at 400 billion for the caring Economy. The Republican offer relies largely on repurpose ng funding approved in covert relief money The White House insists is not available for infrastructure legislation. On Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News a key Senate vote on a commission to investigate January's Capitol attack is in limbo. It's now expected to happen later today after debate overnight reached no agreement. Social media companies are suing governor to satis Republican Ron Dissent is signed a bill into law last week doling out big fines to social media companies that center content or band politicians were candidates for office. Now, two groups representing social media companies are suing one of them. That choice is a lobbying firm that represents giants, Twitter and Facebook. They claim the law violates the First Amendment. Santa's compared Big Tech to Big Brother and the George Orwell novel, 1984. When he signed the bill, he says Internet companies are centering post that Don't fit with their ideology. Tomur Gotti Fox News, the co founder of black lives matter stepping down today. Patrice Color, says she's leaving the organization in good hands. She helped form the network in 2013 following the neighborhood Watch shooting. Of a 17 year old in central Florida. A rookie card of the Great One has just sold for a great price. Anonymous buyer scored a 1979 Oh peachy. Wayne Gretzky rookie card for $3.75 Million Heritage Auction says the card is in gem mint condition. There are only two that exist in Canada and another two made by tops in the same condition in the U. S. The card features the hockey great in his Edmondson Oilers uniform in the last season before the franchise joined the NHL. The second rookie card was sold back in December for less than half the price. Monica Ricks, CBS NEWS News of the top and bottom of every hour. More AM Tampa Bay in moments on Crist. Franklin News radio W F L A.
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"One local big organization with its first woman CEO, Okay, not a good story. We'll have that with Albert Parnell Straight ahead. But let's get out to the road right now. And check in with Brian Nobles and see how it's rolling on the Thursday morning Take it away, Sir, This report is brought to buy Visit picks. 50 died. Com West on I 80 from Roseville, now 18 minutes to the cap cities. You have an accent it with three vehicles involved about halfway between greenback and Madison. It's in the center divider also will left Lane. They're working on trying to get that off the freeway find get everything over to the shoulder. In the meantime, you going to hit the slow down when you get just a little bit past Antelope Road Now you passed it. Get on the Camp City Freeway. Nine minutes gets into downtown. It's 13 minutes to get in from Elk Grove on I 5 15 to do it on 99 signal slowing between fruit region 50 that all appears to be actually breaking up now 50 westbound from Polson. In 18 minute driving from Woodland on my mind you get here in 20. Yes, the 16 minutes from Davis. You're SB $1 are at work. Rebuilding California's roadways. Caltrans is enhancing US Highway 50 from the ice five interchange to one avenue with Sacramento visit fixed 50 dot com the project details and to sign up with project alerts. Traffic on weekends, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Cap Trust Traffic center nears 93.1 kfbk. Your three day forecast looks like this today. Sunny skies with light winds higher on 72 degrees. Tomorrow Sunny light winds with high around 76 degrees Saturday sunny skies with a high around 79 degrees, but also keep in mind. Forecasters say there could be some showers.
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"72 degrees had news radio W F L A Hillsborough County teacher has been arrested, charged with soliciting nude photos from kids online. 37 year old Anthony piece works as a history teacher at Strawberry Crest High School in Dover and is a former wrestling coach. Piece was busted in a sting operation targeting child predators. During these conversations, Anthony piece actually asked this decoy teenager for nude photos of himself and then peace sent videos of himself to whom again who he thought was a 14 year old boy on Social Media. Amanda granted with the sheriff's office says Peace, lost his job as a coach of the school in 2012. He invited a student to meet him off. Campus deputies are looking for other potential victims. Road rage, guns and a banana all made for a bad combination. In Pinellas Park. Gunfire broke out after an argument along the 7500 block of U. S. Highway 19 South. News Channel eight's Jennifer Kenyatta has more Alice Park police officers say 34 year old Robert Lewis was yelling at another driver on us 19 when that guy threw a banana at his car. Lewis allegedly responded by shooting at that driver. The victim was not hit but was cut by shattered glass. The injured man, Robert, Solid junior, is expected to recover. Odds are in favor of the governor signing Florida's newly approved gambling packed with the Seminole tribe, but it's facing legal challenges. The deal means craps and roulette can be played on reservation casinos and legalizes sports betting Nova Southeastern University is Bob Jarvis says the compact faces several legal hurdles and some argue it violates a 2018 State constitutional amendment. Preventing the expansion of gambling without voter approval. And the question is whether we're not sports betting comes under the definition of casino gambling. The compact also needs federal approval. But if it goes through Florida's set, did a $2.5 billion jackpot over the next 30 years. Wendi Grossman. Miami The Tampa Bay Lightning says it's expanding attendance for tonight's playoff game against the Florida Panthers. Instead of limiting fans to 7000. They're selling up to 9000. The Tampa Bay Rays say masks will be optional at Tropicana Field for fully vaccinated fans starting next week in a tweet, the team said it will take effect with the Kansas City. Siri is starting on the 25th, however, to an older fans who are not fully vaccinated will still be required to wear a mask in the stadium. Drier than usual weather could cause problems for Tampa Bay. Tampa International is recorded less than 2/10 of an inch of rain so far this month, and meteorologists say if it continues, we could be facing a drought. Cruise in Polk County were working a fire near the Bartow area That's about 90% contained with the locations of where we saw the burning. We're thinking that it came from alongside County Road 6 40 or from the railroad tracks such Lando with the Florida Forest Service says they believe this brush fire was started by a person. News at the top and bottom of every hour on Crist. Reichman NEWS radio W F L A. They're already on the roads in some places in the testing phase. But even as the technology advances, a big legal question hovers over self driving cars who gets the blame in the event of an accident, and carmakers say they need laws in place to decide that question. If they're to fully develop it eventually market the technology to consumers. Bill to do that sailed through the house several years ago but has been bogged down in the Senate over the liability question. Tampa based Method Testing labs has been approved to start testing Hampton Cannabis throughout the state, according to business observer method checks for safety and efficacy for producers. Among the items that will look for are heavy metals, pesticides and other toxins. And today we got the weekly report on new claims run employment benefits. The conference board releases its monthly been decks of leading economic indicators. Economists think we'll hear the jobless claims continue to trend Lower and the Ellie I held steady from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS. Kfir NEWS radio. W F L A W F L A has your chance to win $1000 Just enter this nation. Why keyword on our website Sports? That's sports and right now. W f l a news dot com From Palm Harbor to Val Rico, This is a M Tampa Bay. The talk of Tampa Bay. Good morning. It is. Am Champa Bai. We're distracted a little bit, Jack. Yes, indeed. We are. And we'll tell you why. We're distracted here this morning in a few minutes. Are in a couple of minutes here, but it is Thursday, the penultimate day of the work week. And we got Well, we got more stuff coming up here in this hour. And of course, you conjoined us any time at 809 699352, and it's Jack Aaron and Katie. All on board here is good. It does. We have quick takes coming up with Chris strengthen in just a few minutes, But it does smell good. A couple days ago we were talking about During the pandemic, some of the deals and you know we've mentioned how alcohol to go is becoming permanent and through the pandemic glory days. God bless them. God bless them was one of the main, You know, reasons why the pandemic was a little bit easier for some people with the big margaritas to go for me. I was going for the ribs. The food's delicious when we were talking about it the other day. Glory days. They just dropped off some of the market. Rita's We have gallons of margaritas. Alan's literally, but wanna think Glory Days and Michelle for dropping off the food and the gallons of margaritas? Looks like orange juice. So can I drink it like orange juice? Oh, yeah, That's my plan. I think I'm just gonna pore glass after glass. I don't drink orange juice like that. But today I'm going to be. Oh, wait. Join. I've been in the air. I think the original glory days or at least one of them because our son used to live in Fairfax, and it's Fairfax County were glory days started, and he was a Customer there, Your sire. So Jackson took us. Jackson turned me onto the wing really? Glory days. So I went to glory days for the wings, which are fantastic, which we have here. But then I For some reason, one day decided to try the ribs on the big ribs guy. They're so good. They fall off the bone to get that pork slider. I I got the pork slider haven't had a chance to eat it yet. I'm ready for the pretzels. I'm on a huge pretzel kick right now had and hands like, two months ago, And now I'm on like a pretzel kick. I can't get enough of them. So when she walked in with the pretzels, I think I was overly excited. I might have scared a little bit, but very excited. Did you Are you good Cheese Dipper? Oh, yeah, Absolutely. It's beer. Cheesy. How can you not get And Michelle from glory days brought enough food to feed Everybody on Gandy Boulevard didn't tell them that we're only feeding us and Chris strengthen. That's it. Nobody else needs to know Katie's gonna do a slider eating contest. In the next break. We saw how that well with the hot dog.
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"Because I mean, I'm a physician and a health care provider. I am now much more. Comfortable in people seeing me indoors without a man before the CDC made the recommendation change. I didn't want to look like I was giving mixed signals. Okay, Information, fully vaccinated person. I thought I thought we were doing the follow science thing. That's that's example. You're supposed to set right? Follow the science science says if you're fully vaccinated or not where I'm assets of sciences Yeah, Here's vowed to continue, but being a fully vaccinated person, the chances of my getting infected in an indoor setting is extremely low. And that's the reason why and endure settings. Now I feel comfortable about not wearing a mask because I'm fully man I'm fully vaccinated. This is optics is all that was and everyone that has been told to continue to wear a mask and in most cases this year. Double masking. You should be completely outraged right now, because your guidance from same Fauci came from optics not from science, and it goes back to the very beginning of the pandemic. When Dr Fauci said, alcove it not a big deal. Yeah, You don't have to wear a man Don't think anybody's head wolf. And then he said he was lying about the mask. It says I was lying about the Mass because I didn't want you to be a run on Mass because it would take away from mass needed by first responders. It was optic standard topics now see, I set my standards very low from the very beginning, and I didn't trust Dr Fauci because again he's put in this position. It's not a position he's used to being in So he was waffling. He was squirreling and gave people bad advice from the very beginning. You know what I did? I went out and I did my own research, not saying I'm the smartest doctor Fauci in that area. I mean, that's what he's been doing his eighties years old. He knows a bit more about it than I do. That's fine because I could really get stuff and read things and follow the science and okay, here's the riskier places to go. This is less risky. It's about breathing other people's air. It's about prolonged exposure to breathing other people's air. It's about the amount of cove ID that you might get in your body that would take over your immune system. That's What you dig into and find out instead what you got in a fight? She is this Wore masks because I wanted other people to wear a mask. Yeah, even though he knew he was at low risk. He knew that he has been vaccinated. He could go inside. Not gonna matter, but he wanted to continue to scare you. Even though you've been vaccinated, you should still wear a mask, even though Science said otherwise because he wanted to be in control. And he was in control. I would say this he wanted to maintain his control. You want to continue to be in control? That's why I kept lying and lying. Maybe it wasn't lying. Maybe that's just how he thought he should handle this situation. The entire year and a half that has been going on. Maybe he feels that that's about it. I did exactly what I was supposed to do. But after being told that it was optics After he was vaccinated, who's still wearing a mask? And then they told you for this entire year, you needed to continue to wear a mask after being vaccinated. Do you trust him? When he says this? This is today? The CDC recommendations still maintained. If the Children who are not vaccinated. Obviously, most Children are not 12 to 15 or getting vaccinated that indoors. They should still wear masks, and that's the CDC recommendation. Do you do trust that? Make sure your kids are masking up. I tell my kids every time they leave the car when I dropped him off in the mornings, my joy, love. Drop the kids off in the morning is they put their mask I tell a mask up, kid flat in the curve. Stop the spread. Flatten the curve. Yeah, they get so ticked off every time they go, buddy. Have a great day. Love you mask up. Flatten the curve. 15 days only need saved the day dance. Little Russell saved the day found she told you to. So this is Now completely exposed and it blows. My mind Is that which we had a bigger reach Russell house we could we could tell the majority the nation This is the good the good news that this is all being exposed because there's so many people that I run into so many people that I hear maybe friends of family or maybe your family members. That are still so afraid. Of something that has impacted 10% of our nation and is the 99.8% recovery rate. I can't get my head around. How not scary. The real numbers are If you look at the numbers How not frightening they are. But people like Fauci. People like CNN. People like MSNBC have made a living in a career now. Scaring it, and it worked. Country basically bought it. It was a part because China lied from the very beginning, and I'm not talking about the lab leaks here. I'm talking about the data. China lied about it. Like me up. People are dying. It's crazy when it first thought about covert. We're talking like 3 to 4 to 5%. I was like, Damn, it's gonna mess up this country up, and it turned out that that wasn't accurate. And that's been the entire saying that there's understanding there are limits to human knowledge. There are limits to things we know even the great Saint Fauci doesn't know everything about viruses. He know he's been studying for a long time. That's not a slight on him. That's just the reality of our human brains. And he's immunologist. Yes, exactly. And he's done some good work. It is past. I'm not trying to disparage that. But he did not do a very good job of leading on this. Admitting Lee lied at least twice. What kind of leaders do that and then admit to lying after the fact. I don't think even admitted it. I think he just said he explained it, and I think he lied about the lie the first time around with the Mass, No Mass. I don't think he thought people had to wear masks because the science said that Mass didn't work because there was a story in the Washington Post in April of last year. People were mastering the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic, and they didn't help it all. So that was the science up until, like April and then somewhere in April of last year, they decided to change their minds and have people wear masks. And then they rushed out all these scientific studies, which aren't scientific studies that were computer models not actually tested on real human beings. One of them was done with mannequins, an aerosol spray on an airplane. They said, Oh, yeah, well, the air spray was this. It was meant to, you know, basically mock what a human being would do, and you're like that's not science. That's guesswork. And what they didn't tell you about the literal overflowing of hospitals in Spanish foot like you did. That really happened. It wasn't just the scare tactic that was used in so many places here in this nation name scare tactics held every year in the flu, too. Correct Now they weren't telling you that the patients That were intense outside. Recovered at an alarmingly higher rate than those that were insane, getting outside, not being locked down and having fresh air, not wearing masks. Saved a lot of people's lives in the Spanish. Imagine that. Yeah, they have a tendency to forget about that, conveniently. Yeah, right today. I want control. It does not fit what they got going on the dams. Just keep on with the free beast. They can't stop giving away freebies this time. You're going to get you to work. Good. Matisse coming up next on Rosen under 5 50 Camp line, You know, look at this morning is a little chilly, chilly in this house. I looked at the mom of 72 degrees in the hunter household. I said Amy It's chilly in here she goes. Yeah, that's what we get Solar and I was like, Ah, that is.
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"To 38255. That is our phone number. So I said, I want to talk a little bit about Uh, again, the home humidity the fell in South Carolina. Who was experiencing dry air. And again, South Carolina being a little bit more human, and that's why they asked him if he'd lived there for a long time to see if he had still had that problem a lot in the past. But you know our enduring images usually lower in the wintertime because the colder temperatures is was explained. Rebel by Alan Out in California and But sometimes will have issues with Uh, indoor humidity. It's actually high in the wintertime. We use that whole concept of relative humidity and warmer temperatures can hold more moisture. Okay, so If we have our thermostats set 70 degrees or 72 degrees even old, more moisture. But it's cold outside and we have drier air because it can't hold as much moisture and you get infiltration of the air so Hey, if you get it too cold outside and you have warm air inside. And you're not ventilating properly. Such as cooking, producing water. Lot of house plants produce water. Aquariums produced water, people produce water. That that warmer temper inside holds More moisture. And hard slick surfaces, AK Windows, which is holding the very cold temperatures outside and holding less water. When those two kind of clash at heart slick surfaces, windows. Compensation occur, so that's where you see water running along. The windows during Ah, LA times during the winter months, and you need to have that stop because if you do not That water that compensation especially have wood windows can create. Additional issues certainly can create.
Washington DC Weather: Patchy Fog With Sunshine On The Way
"We do have some patches fog around the area, and it may take all morning long before it burns off. We're headed up to a high temperature of 72 degrees today in sunshine on tap for tomorrow Wednesday Thursday, close to 80 degrees each day than mid seventies Friday. Our next weather maker