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"72 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Station. It's 72 degrees at 11 o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett. Obamacare survives again. The Supreme Court ruled a short time ago that the states challenging the affordable care act do not have standing to challenge it in court ruling preserves the status quo and the health insurance of 31 million Americans. In a 72 ruling, the U. S Supreme Court said the Affordable Care Act can stand even without the individual mandate. Justice Breyer wrote the opinion that said those challenging obamacare lacks standing there. Problem, The decision said is the penalty for failing to obtain coverage has been zeroed out. Therefore, there is no possible government action that is causally connected to the plaintiffs injury. Correspondent Aaron Carter Ski President Biden go to sign a measure that makes Juneteenth the 12th federal holiday that commemorates June 19th of 18 65. That's when slaves in Texas finally learned about the end of slavery. Mary de Blasio, using the occasion to propose the Juneteenth economic plan right now in America, the network, the average white family has grown to 10 times that of the average black family. And the answer is redistribution. The answer is purposeful, focused efforts to right the wrongs. That's what we're doing with the Juneteenth economic justice plan. It expands baby bonds to all school districts and provide universal scholarship accounts for all public school students. What is going to stop the chaos in Washington Square Park Residents of Greenwich Village are demanding action after weekends filled with fights, drug use and vandalism. The real problem in Washington Square Park. I come every day and it's very normal to me, so I haven't Anything really different To me. It's just the same friendly place. But Caesar building super nearby says all night partying, open hard drug use and crime is a problem. My doorman get attacked all the time. People harassing them. They asked for.
"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.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Is just south of County Line Road. We have an accident in Tampa. It's at Hillsborough. Avenue and 40th Street. The intersection is partially blocked there and we have reports of strong winds coming over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. So if you're coming over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, take care. 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. It's gonna feel like the mid nineties today, so stay hydrated. There's about a 30% chance of some passing showers through the afternoon and early evening there, 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. I'm Max offender, right meteorologist Lise van It's 72 degrees had news radio. W F L A. It's June 1st, the official start of hurricane season. Acting Administrator Ben Friedman says they predict an above average hurricane season with a 70% probability of 13 to 20 named storms with top winds of at least 39 MPH. These 13 to 20 name storms, 6 to 10 will become hurricanes with top winds of at least 74 MPH. This includes 3 to 5. Major hurricanes ranked his categories 34 or five with winds of at least 111 MPH. Noah says they've upgraded their forecast systems as well, which includes their storm surge model to give better accuracy and lead time. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News A manhunt continues for the gunman responsible for a mass shooting in Miami over the weekend. Police now have one major clue in the shooting that left two dead and 21 people injured Sunday. The white Nissan Pathfinder that was reported stolen May 15th pulled from a canal in north Miami Dade Monday, a trio of shooters hopping out with assault style rifles and handguns, firing into a crowd and speeding away in the space of about 10 seconds. Investigators say the shooting was not And a Mac. Several victims still hospitalized As two families prepare for funerals and others count their blessings. Investigators asked the public to help get these killers off the streets. Robin Simmons reporting President Biden, visiting Oklahoma today to.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"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.
"72 degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"72 degrees at 7, 30 States and private companies have offered everything from doughnuts toe lottery tickets potentially worth millions of dollars is incentives to get people to take the Corona virus vaccine Doctor she jogged, the dean of Brown University School of Public Health tells ABC. There's still a bunch of people out there who are happy to get it who may not be thirsty to get it. For whom these kinds of incentives we're gonna make a big difference, so I It's great. Slightly less than half of Americans have got at least a dose of the vaccine. The daily average of new cases has fallen below 30,000 for the first time since last June today, President Biden welcome South Korean President Moon Jae in to the White House. North Korea is likely to be a topic Thursday, The president held the cease fire between Israel and Hamas and said the U. S. Had worked to help rebuild Gaza after 11 days of fighting. Noah says it expects between 13 and 20 names storms during the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season and that 3 to 5 of those will turn into major hurricanes Brian Clark. ABC News citing and limited WTMJ news time 7 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center Kyle Rittenhouse heading to court today, WTMJ is Eric Bill's dead is live in the breaking news center Jean this will be the first in person appearance for Rittenhouse. All the other hearing so far had been virtual. He is the man accused of killing two people during the Kenosha protests. Last August and expected in court in Kenosha today. Now every other appearance, virtual attorneys and prosecutors this time out, we'll iron out some housekeeping matters before his trial, which is set to start in November. This all stems from the shooting that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Rittenhouse, now 18 years old, maintains he was just defending himself. During that protest. The man who has led the Milwaukee Fire Department since late October is interim no longer and the chair Bullseye motion carries. Congratulations, Chief Lipsky. The Milwaukee fired Police Commission unanimously approved naming acting chief Aaron Lipsky as chief of fire, replacing former chief Mark Roll Thing. Commissioner Amanda Angelos and others had high praise for the department's leader lives. He has been Since day one. In my role of reliable resource and inspiring leader I really appreciate him. Lipski will finish out roll things term, which ends in May of next year. Rusty Milburn. WTMJ NEWS, no body cams for Capitol police officers and Madison Republicans on the States Legislatures Budget Committee, rejecting the proposal from Governor Tony Evers to spend $100,000 on video gear for some three dozen members of the agency in charge of policing the capital and other state property. State Justice Department's new investigation in The sexual abuse in the Catholic Church underway covers a wide net. Former state Supreme Court justice Janine Guess Ki whether it's from 50 years ago or 40 years ago or two weeks ago. He's certainly going to look at them and do an evaluation Deskee and she expects more people to come forward with new allegations Guess he making the comments during a virtual event Thursday held by the group Awake Milwaukee Oprah Winfrey celebrating a Milwaukee institution that being Saint Am Milwaukee.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Mm 72 degrees, had news radio Wofl. A celebrations are underway in the Middle East amid a cease fire between Israel and Hamas. Both sides agreed to end 11 days of the worst fighting since 2014 temporary halt in hostilities hasn't eased tensions abroad to say nothing of tensions right here. At home. I believe the Palestinians and Israelis Equally deserved to live safely and securely and I enjoy equal measures of freedom, prosperity and democracy with an assist from the White House, a temporary halt to hostilities between Israel and Hamas militants fruit from persistent labor, said Biden, who noted that he'd spoken with the Israeli prime minister's six times since the conflict began in court reporting more than 2000. National Guard troops in Washington, D C are heading home this weekend. I've been in the area for four months deployed after January's Capitol attack. They were originally set to leave in March, but the mission was extended. Meanwhile, Democrats accused Republicans of living in a different reality. When it comes to the attack on the Capitol. That divide caused problems passing basic security for Capitol police by a single vote to $1.9 billion emergency funding measure cleared the house to 13 to 12. We can't even pass a bill with Republican support. Fix the doors and windows and provide more police officers. What do they get how we're going to do anything else? Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan says. Republicans refused to acknowledge the severity of the January 6th attack. A block of Progressive Democrats also opposed the measure over concerns about policing. Three voted No along with Republicans, three others voted present. Providing the margin to send the bill to the Senate on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News intense debate between the U. S. Russia and China about how to deal with a key strategic location, the Arctic with Russia, ramping up military activity in the Arctic and China seeking new shipping lanes. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U. S is looking for calm. We're committed. To advancing a peaceful Arctic region where cooperation prevails. Speaking on a visit to Iceland for a meeting of the Arctic Council, the eight countries with Arctic territory, Blinken said the region has seized the world's attention, but the Arctic is more than.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"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. 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"72 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's 72 degrees at 12 o'clock, Good afternoon on Lisa's cell body, and Here's what's happening. One person is dead and four others are injured following a shooting last night in a McDonald's parking lot in the Bronx. Pol de Castro has the story. Police say it happened just after nine across I'd say a fight broke out and two people pulled out guns and began shooting at five others. One person was shot in the chest and died at the scene. He has been identified a 17 year old Armanis of all days of the Bronx. Three men and a woman walked to the hospital and were treated for minor gunshot wounds. Police say the injured victims are not cooperating. And cops are looking for suspects and NYPD spokesman calls the decision by organizers of the city's pride parade to ban police officers from the event. Hurtful and disappointing show. Bala has more heritage of pride says it will also reduce the number of NYPD officers guarding the event. The reasoning is to create safer space is at a time when violence against marginalized groups is on the rise. Plans were announced to use trained private security and volunteers instead of police officers. Wherever possible. They will also reach out to increase participation by black owned businesses a show Kabbalah W O R News. Police on Long Island say they've arrested a woman for allegedly fleeing the scene after seriously injuring a teenager or riding a bicycle. Cops say Jocelyn Unions, Martinez of Bayshore struck the 15 year old boy yesterday around five p.m. on West Main Street. Near Thompson Avenue in Babylon. The 21 year old took off in her Nissan pickup, but was apprehended A short time later, First responders rushed in Jeremy Schaefer of Babylon to Good Samaritan Hospital with serious injuries in covert news, the head of the CDC says the relaxing of masked guidelines doesn't mean fully vaccinated. People have to stop wearing a mask. Dr Rochelle Walensky said on CNN's state of the union. Decisions to ease restrictions on mask wearing should follow the science and be made at the local level. Every community is not the same. Not all communities have vaccination rates that are are high. Not all in some communities still have case rights that are high, so these decisions have to be made at the community.
"72 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's 72 degrees had news radio W F L A Massacre in Indiana after a gunman opens fire. Eight people are dead following a mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility overnight. Several others have been wounded. Four people transported by ambulance one. In critical condition with gunshot injuries consistent with gunshot wounds Way had three others that were transported with various other injuries. And then we had two other people that were here at the same treated by medical staff. And then release Indianapolis police spokeswoman Ginny Cook. The alleged shooter killed himself in police arrived his identity not yet known. Fox News I'm carried McCue Republican lawmakers handed governor dissatisfied one of his top legislative priorities, giving final passage to a contentious law and order measure spawned by nationwide protests after last year's death of George Floyd. After devoting nearly three hours to an emotionally charged debate, the Senate signed off on the controversial anti protest bill Jeff Brandon's of ST Petersburg, the lone Republican voting against it. The sweeping proposal, titled Combating Public Disorder would create a new crime of mob intimidation. Enhanced penalties for riot related looting and violence and would also create a new felony crime that would prohibit people from defacing damaging, destroying or pulling down memorials or historic property. John Conrad NewsRadio Wofl, a Florida's attorney general, is signing up an entire company's workforce in the fight against human trafficking. Actually, Moody appeared at PG TF, Venice based company best known for hurricane windows and doors. All of their truckers and new hires will receive training to slam the door on the sex trade through the Highway Heroes campaign, according to CEO Jeff Jackson. I want to emphasize everyone can be a highway hero. We're all go through gas stations. We all go through rest stops and Tom here and I'll travel. Moody started the highway Heroes program last October with the Department of Highway Safety.
"72 degrees" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"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.
"72 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"OD 72 degrees and adventurous 74 in Southwest branches at 501. Seminole Police, arresting the second of two suspects, they say, fatally shot a man in the hard rock hotel and casino garage over the summer. Beyond Brown and Julia Thomas. Space Felony murder charges in the death of Pierre Lacroze Police not releasing a motive for the shooting nearly 11,000 new covert 19 cases reported by the Florida Department of Health today, with officials confirming 10,870 new infections, along with 98 recent resident deaths. Today's numbers marked the highest single day total since July, 25th Florida's positivity rate is now 8.19%. The governor wants and suggests you get the Corona virus vaccine was it's readily available, but you will not require. However, under the state public health emergency. The surgeon general technically has the power to order vaccine mandate in order to try and stop the spread. That's why state representative Anthony Sabbatini is proposed a bill that would nix that it's still let them order people to be quarantined, so it doesn't take away all their power in a pandemic. But I think that the ability of the government of mandate vaccine is too much power. It's unconscionable. Well, the government may not be able to require you to get the coronavirus shot your boss likely Can Florida allows an employer to fire anyone for any reason with you exceptions and refusing to get a vaccine isn't protected aircraft RIG s news radio 6 10 W A. I OT eight schools, also considering requiring the vaccine ahead of returning to campus next year. Attorneys for the federal government and a victim of Jeffrey Epstein argued before the 11th U. S Circuit Court of Appeals in a lawsuit filed by the victim, Courtney Wild is challenging a secret 2008 agreement between the feds and Epstein's attorneys, allowing him to plead guilty to two state prostitution charges in Florida. While receiving immunity from federal prosecution, or attorney Paul Cassell says that the law didn't extend recharging than the bill of rights could be circumvented in court. In this case, they could simply negotiate a resolution of the case. Recharging and then victims would never know what it happened in their case. The U. S attorney says the crime Victim Rights Act doesn't attach until the government has filed charges against a defendant markets ended the day mixed. Let's get the details from Bloomberg's Mona Rivera..
"72 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Is it? CVS today? Savings? Very C Store for details. Jerry. Both w T o P. Traffic started Chuck Belt Storm Team four. Latest on a fork in clouds giving way to sunshine Today in our pattern of much warmer than average weather is here to stick around for the rest of the week and into the first half of the weekend. We got stuff to do outside over the weekend. Saturday will be the warmer day for sure. Sunday turn a little bit cloudy and cooler and a better chance for some raindrops on your Sunday also still keeping an eye on the tropics. Hurricane Absalon but coming close to the island of Bermuda late tomorrow night into early Friday, probably to stay well east of the island but nonetheless still talking about a hurricane here in the third week of October, so again for us today, sunshine making it's way back high as mid to upper seventies. Partly to mostly sunny tomorrow with highs near 80 mid seventies on Friday and a chance for some rain by late in the day on Saturday, But Saturday's high still a very pleasant 78 degrees. I'm storm team forward Meteorologist Chuck Belford. W t o p. It is partly cloudy. It is mild justa little humidity out there. 72 degrees brought to you by new look home design, making getting a new roof easy with virtual or online estimates. Thiss just into the double D T o P newsroom Internet connection has now been restored for Arlington County public schools. The school system says the main cause of the outage that led to an unexpected day offer students today was Damage to a fiber optic cable in Vienna service provider repaired the damaged cable overnight distance learning will resume as usual tomorrow again, the Internet connection is back for Arlington County Public schools to 21 Amazons arrival at National Landing is bringing a lot of changes to Crystal City, Pentagon.
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"I five anywhere near P Street. Probably move over to the left. Understand there's a disabled vehicle on the right foot over the far glide into the slow lane. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Sunshine today and very warm again this afternoon with Heidi E 7 to 91 will be clear tonight with a low of 55 59 lots of sunshine tomorrow, becoming breezy and a little bit cooler with a high of 81 to 85. Macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK. On Wall Street, The Dow is down 70 points S and P's down. Five. The NASDAQ is down. 31 points currently in Sacramento, 72 degrees and sunny John Byrne izing News 93.1 kfbk in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second inhabit on Sacramento's new 93.1. If you think we're just four wheels and a grill, think again. A Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding the perfect balance between luxury and adventure without ever compromising, strutting across the country to see your family to make new memories. So what makes Jeep You do cheap. There's only one registered trademark of that's US LLC, Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic and weather News Wait here We are back at it. Rush Limbaugh, where I was born to be. That's right behind the golden E. I be microphone. The telephone number If you want to be with us on the program is 800.
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"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
"72 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Station at 72 degrees it two o'clock afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The Corona virus infection rate has jumped to three and a quarter percent in New York City. After spending weeks at around 1% and City officials are obviously alarm well. This is about three times with the infection rate has been recently. Health commissioner, Dr David Choksi points to nine zip codes in Brooklyn and Queens. Seeing a huge uptick We are deeply concerned about the alarming increase. Mayor de Blasio says. Authorities will now aggressively hand out fines for folks not wearing face coverings in areas of concern and may take more action if progress is not made soon. Business closures In certain areas on obviously a wider scale closure of community institutions like yeshivas, the mayor says schools will remain open unless the seven day rolling average infection rate hits 3%. I'm Scott Pringle w. Our dues and elementary school students today returned to New York City classroom. This is the first time elementary school students will be in classrooms here in six months, but nearly half of public school families in New York City opted for all remote learning, echoing the concerns of Sarah Yura Ah High school English teacher in Brooklyn. I feel abandoned and I feel like my safety and the safety of my students doesn't matter. There's been a spate of new cases in the city and its northern suburbs. And there's particular concern about neighborhoods with large Orthodox Jewish populations, which have accounted for much of the spike. Karen Carter SKI ABC News New York and Governor Cuomo says he will be talking with Orthodox Jewish leader There's an overlap with large Orthodox Jewish communities. That is a fact. This is a concern for their community public health concern for their community. It's also a public health concern for surrounding communities. New Jersey officials are alarmed at a dramatic increase in Corona virus cases. Ocean County, especially Ocean County accounts for 7% of the population, But for 40% of new covert cases in New Jersey upticks abound as we head for October, But New York City restaurants welcome back indoor dining Tomorrow, restaurants can open a 25% capacity and are still expected to follow strict Corona virus protocols. Including temperature checks and getting contact information from diners for tracing meantime, despite up taking clusters of cove in 19 cases, Mayor de Blasio said indoor dining is still ago they re opening of indoor dining comes as the mayor agreed to make outdoor dining. Permanent electric heaters will be allowed, while propane and natural gas heaters will be allowed on Lee on the sidewalk and not under a tent. I'm Lisa G w. R news elderly woman is in critical condition After being hit by a rebel scooter this morning near Columbus Circle President Trump and Joe Biden debate tonight, including President Trump continues to set mixed expectations for tonight's debate with Joe Biden. He's questioning Biden's mental acuity, but at the same time, pointing to Biden's extensive debate experience. President at campaign rallies, noting Abide has been in politics for 47 years compared to just a couple of years for himself and attempt to downplay expectations. Mr. Trump has said he spent a little time preparing, saying he's busy running the country. But he's been very active on the campaign trail nine events in just the last week while Biden has been mostly off the trail preparing for tonight's showdown, Karen Travers, ABC News, Washington and 17 WFOR will air Tonight's debate. We have the forecast coming.
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"72 degrees in Boston at 5 30. Good evening. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. Employers in Massachusetts could be hit with a huge tax increases many file for unemployment during the pandemic. It's another big bill produced by the covert 19 pandemic. Massachusetts is facing the prospect of a $2.5 billion deficit in the state's unemployment trust fund by the end of the year. That's the result of the state, paying out more than $4 billion in benefits to workers who've lost their job because of the pandemic. To keep financing those jobless benefits. Employers will face a 60% increase in the unemployment tax they pay. Business leaders say that tax hike will make it virtually impossible to rehire workers Let go through the year, Governor Baker And the Legislature will have to address the expected deficit in the unemployment Trust fund, and it now seems likely they'll need to turn to Washington for help. Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's news radio, the latest covert 19 numbers from the Massachusetts Health Department in today, 370 newly confirmed cases and 10 new deaths. The number of people who have been tested now over 1.8 million On the Sunday talk shows government officials discussing today the possibility of reviving the stalled Covad stimulus negotiations. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke on Fox News Sunday. The president, I believe we should do more stimulus we have about 7.5 million jobs that we need to get back until we're back to where we were. And we want to help small businesses. We want to help businesses that are particularly impacted.
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"Are clear. 72 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm Sean Herrick for golden oak lending. Here's what's trending at 70 to being proactive on the homeless problem in Indianapolis Cur darling reports on a plan to try and solve its 510. Other 225 small homes, seven pillars refuge. President elder Tyree Coleman wants to build them in a field off Emerson and Raymond on the southeast side of Indy. The goal is to get people who are homeless back on their feet. But Coleman tells which TV It's more than just giving people a temporary home. Gonna be partner with Ivy Tech. On some training man, some college education for those who are coming out of homelessness, Coleman says. If their plan is approved by city leaders, they can have it built by spring. Kirk Darling 93 WNBC Mobile knew a newly approved Corona virus treatment has already been in trials at some hospitals in Indiana, 93 w. Y B C's Eric Berman Community Health Network, and I You health have been collecting plasma from patients who recover from Cove in 19. If Kobe behaves like some other viruses, including stars and bird flu, anybody's in the plasma can attack the virus. The FDA says it does seem to work and granted emergency approval over the weekend. Eric Berman 93 WDC Mobile after three days below 900. The number of Hoosiers in the hospital with Corona virus increased to 912 Monday, which the Indiana State Department of Health says was 18 more than Sunday. 247 of those were in intensive care more than 3000 Hoosiers have died from Corona virus, The Republican National Convention continues. Tonight. You can hear live coverage right here on 93 WNBC, Former Indiana governor and Vice President Mike Pence's supposed to accept the nomination for vice presidential nominee on the Republican side and give a speech tomorrow night. The season is over for the Indiana Pacers. They lost to the Miami Heat in Game four of their Eastern Conference first round playoff series Monday. 99 to 87 Pacers head coach Nate McMillan says Miami was the better team. They were stronger than that. You know, tonight, you know, 17 office of £3. You know, three off this rebounds in that one possession just when we thought we was trying, But we just had heavy Lennox. That means the Pacers have now lost nine straight playoff games. They've been swept in consecutive years. Police say a man from Minnesota told them he had a different kind of green. 93 WNBC Shyla, Kabbalah, Porter County, police say last week during a traffic stop, they found nearly £18 of Cat and Siddique Abdul's Car Cat is a stimulant drug from Africa whose effects are similar to meth and cocaine. But when police discovered the drugs, Abdul told them, it was just salary. To rub on your face. This did not work. He was arrested and now faces dealing in possession charges. Shyla Kabbalah 93. W I. B C Mobile news non Sean Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at 93. W I, b. C and w e vi si dot com 705 With traffic on the fives. It's Jeremy Scott. Well, Johnny Avenue DeLay on 70 eastbound. This is just well lease of whether earlier one was this one's after state or nine to state rather 109 all due.
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"72 degrees right now in Boston at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening. For most of us here in Massachusetts. Today is the day we step into Face. Three. That means more of your local indoor businesses will start to open up their doors with plenty of safety restrictions in place. W. B C's James RoHaas has more on what you can expect. Phase three is called the vigilant stage and is broken down into two parts. Beginning today, movie theaters, museums, gyms and casinos can begin letting people back in under new guidelines. Governor Baker says This phase will last much longer than previous ones because it's the riskiest indoor gatherings will be limited to eight people per 1000 square feet. It should not include more than 25 people in a single enclosed indoor space. Outdoor gatherings in enclosed spaces are limited to 25% of a facilities permitted occupancy with a maximum of 100 people. Professional sports teams can also hold games without Spectators. The cities of Boston and Summerville, however, will began a phase three next week. James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio one industry not included in the governor's re opening today. Our summer camps. Many are either shut down completely or if they're open. They're looking very different. Operators of the camp say many will not survive the shutdown and may never reopen again States Camping association criticizing the Baker administration for failing to communicate with them before Sticking summer camps in the states face for opening that, essentially, it leaves them closed until at least next summer. 102 We're following some breaking news, now out of Tennessee Country Music star Charlie Daniels has died at the age of 83. A statement from his publicist says he suffered a stroke at a hospital in Tennessee. Daniels is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. Foresees the mind behind the hit song You hear behind me, George. He was the Devil went down to Georgia. Charlie.