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"74 degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Just south of 3, 22 and 3 22 slow 1 32 to 95 with construction, the k y w 24 Hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese and we take a look at the five day forecast now with NBC 11th. Meteorologist Steve Sauce. No good Wednesday afternoon. It's a gusty wind throughout the afternoon hours, but it's also a warm afternoon temperature climbing up to about 78 degrees, but wind gusts throughout the afternoon hours between 30 and 40 MPH. Throughout the evening hours. We will stay mild with temperatures, mainly in the seventies. But overnight tonight that's what we cool off temperature down to 53 in center city forties and many of our surrounding suburbs for the day on Thursday, a noticeable change it will be cooler and refreshing. A high temperature of 66. And as we head into Friday after chilly start to the morning temperatures in the forties will make a nice rebound during the afternoon to 69 degrees the upcoming weekend Saturday right now is the pick of the outdoor weather days. Looks like sunshine giving way to some clouds. High temperature of 80. Sunday. Clouds continue to thicken and we could have some showers, especially in the afternoon with high temperature of 73. I've NBC 11th or meteorologist Steve saw cinema with your most accurate forecast. Count on it. 74 degrees. We've got a sunny sky in center city, but windy as we head to 78 this afternoon 1 35. Breaking news on K y W NewsRadio. White House position. Sean Conley says President Trump's vital signs are normal is he continues treatment for his covert 19 infection. Doctor says the president reports feeling great. He's been free of fever for the last four days and without symptoms for 24 hours. The doctor says no supplemental oxygen has been needed since the president was first hospitalized. In the statement, says Lab tests show the president does have covert 19 antibodies.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | Last month

"74 degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"County Route one south. You can't go to the ramp to 95 West because that's block with a jackknifed tractor trailer mass transits OK in the k y w 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Stevie Weeks on the forecast now, absolutely chucking it down with rain here in center city. Or heading to 78 degrees this afternoon. Some more showers and thunderstorms are possible tonight heavy especially overnight. Down to 62 degrees. Summerlee Rain tomorrow, Things will clear out become breezy, much less humid with a high of 70 mostly sunny for Thursday. Breezy, low humidity high 71. In the NBC 11th alert forecast for Friday Chance for showers but late day clearing and a high of 60 for leaving us with some sunshine for the weekend 74 degrees in Collingwood, now 74 in Mayfair, and it's 76 degrees in Hatboro. 76 here in center city. We're heading down to 62 pouring rain in Philadelphia. Make your home more comfortable this fall with new windows from Window Nation, get 50% off all window styles and put zero down, Make zero payments and pay zero interest for two full years. Call today 866 90 Nation or go online at window nation dot com. Take a look at Wall Street sponsored by crash proof retirement dot com where you can see videos of people who have peace of mind with their own crash proof retirement system. NASDAQ has just turned positive. But just by a fraction of a point Dow is down. 53 points in the S and P 500 is giving back seven. Your health, your community your money when it matters to.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | Last month

"74 degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Past Route. One of 617 still have the closure both directions of Hempstead Turnpike by the Wantagh Parkway because of an accident investigation. Next traffic update less than 10 minutes away in WCBS. We get a check of our weather forecast now over to meteorologist Bob Larson. Partly quiting tonight and remaining buyout. Those 64 partly sunny tomorrow warm by up to 80 tomorrow afternoon. Increase. It climbed. Itamar Dinallo again is 60 for Saturday looks to be a cooler day. It'll be cloudy and tamp to start areas of fog, even a touch of drizzle occasional son Saturday afternoon high 73, then right back to warmer weather on Sunday. Art later, mostly sunny Sunday signed year 80 him But on Monday very bleak. Want a little more than a passing shower? High? 77 Tuesday notables of clouds, sunshine. I 74 Right now in Manhattan with partly cloudy skies, It's 74 degrees. WCBS news time is 3 40 Thiss is the afternoon roundup on WCBS. A suspect has been charged in the shooting that injured to Louisville police officers during Briana Taylor protests last night. The protests turned violent as protesters set fires looted and damaged businesses in the downtown area, Interim police chief Robert Schroeder says. Everyone must be off City streets by nine tonight as a reminder the Kirby remains in effect tonight and tomorrow from 9 P.m. to 6:30 A.m.. And we encourage everyone to be lawful and peaceful as they go through their protest activities. Protest their sick to the streets. After yesterday's grand jury decision not to charge any police officers with Taylor's killing. One fired officer was charged for shooting into neighboring apartments. The other two remain on administrative leave. Booze and chance of vote him out as President Trump and the first lady arrived to pay their respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court this morning, CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | Last month

"74 degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"Mainstreet bank caters to your unique banking requirements. Visit m street bank dot com. She was main Street Bank and bank where you Breathe. Dave Building. W T O pay Trash Storm Team for four day forecast the latest from Chunk bell The remnants of Hurricane Sally are sending rain North bound into our area. So be ready for rain as we go deeper into the afternoon hours today. Noticeably more humid than we've been the last few days as well. Cloudy temperatures peeking in the low to mid seventies today and rain quite likely from the D C area south. Heaviest of the rain will be in ST Mary's County and then south of Fredericksburg. A cold front arrives during the first part of the day on front, and that will turn the rain off. That's the good news, but a stiff north wind will bring the dryer in, so we'll get a little sunshine late in the day tomorrow. Hi 72 but north to Northeast winds could be quite breezy and times, especially near the bay over the weekend weekend highs around 65 morning lows in the upper forties to around 50. And once the rain ends late tonight, we may not get a drop of rain for another six or seven days. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Chuck Bell for W GOP Drive down the I 95 corridor in Virginia. Once you get to acquire a harbor, you hit the rain drive down the 301 corridor in southern Maryland. Once you hit the Plato hit the rain. That system is drifting to the East all the way through Calvert in ST Mary's counties as well. We have 74 degrees in love. It's Phil. We're also 74 degrees in northwest DC 2 51 down double D. T O P. Younger voters apparently are choosing job. Biden over Donald Trump. During this year's election, however, they're not wild about either candidate. It's in a new analysis.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:36 min | Last month

"74 degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Pumpkin doughnuts and muffins. Sip into something comfortable to celebrate the start of cozy season use the Duncan APP for contactless ordering America runs on Dunkin. 74 degrees going up to 81 this afternoon and mostly clear tonight Low 66 wins news time. 12 09 Now your health on 10 10 wins Here's Dr Brian McDonald. There are literally dozens of studies looking cove in 19 everything from vaccines. The treatments toe ways to prevent spread. It's easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number. But a recent study performance mass general is one to pay attention to the study looked at 192 Children and challenge the theory that Children don't seem to spread the virus as easily as adults. Study found that Children play a large role in spreading the virus. This is very important as Children head toward the classroom in various parts of the country, according to the study, which included 49 Children. You tested positive The first two days of the virus of the days when they are the most contagious. There's an added concern. Children often carry other viruses with similar symptoms, and they're not covert 19, but that adds to the confusion with your health. I'm Dr Brian McDonough on 10 10 wins wins News Time 12 10 Traffic and AccuWeather in a minute on 10 10 Win, Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer Natural three layer Comfortable, breathable mask is available in sizes for adults, Teens and Children with many cool patterns and colors to choose from. Boomer naturals, offers three Layers of cotton polyester cloth enhanced with nano silver technology. Nano silver can block tiny drops and particles from getting to your nose and mouth and recent US lab testing shows. Boomer masks are 99.9% antimicrobial..

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The in bound side doing okay 15 to 20 at the Holland and Lincoln tunnels Jersey bound. They look pretty good on the city bound side trains around time on Tom's wire. Let's get the latest from the WCBS Weather Center, Well, looking at a mostly cloudy sky for tonight with a stray shower a little bit of spotty drizzle. Some fog will be forming as well. We can see some steadier rain or drizzle, though developing from late evening on a cross. A good part of Long Island, though, for tonight or low 67 for tomorrow, boarding low clouds and fog and drizzle that we do see some breaks of sunshine moving into the afternoon. Still, perhaps a stray shower with highs near 80 degrees. A couple of showers in a thunderstorm in the area for tomorrow night with a low of 73 Thursday, very warm and sticky, will see some sunshine at times, along with a late day your evening shower, perhaps even a thunderstorm, especially west and south of the city High Thursday. 86 for Friday can't rule out a shower early, otherwise partly sunny. Humidity levels begin to decrease with a high of 85 a nice day to start the weekend Saturday, 78 More than just the headlines. This is WCBS news radio 80 New York City delays the re opening of schools until September, 21st. A new schedule, a result of pressure from and negotiations with the teachers union, but many teachers themselves now expressing unhappiness with the new agreement. Meanwhile, on Long Island, one district is planning school that sounds like summer camp with classes outdoors and kids on beach towels. President Trump visits Kenosha, Wisconsin after days of protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. He pledges 40 million in federal aid for the city. Alaska and Montana have been added to the local quarantine list. NASDAQ and S and P Close at new Record Highs. 74 degrees right now in Manhattan. I'm Lynda Lopez. WCBS news time is 7 31 another change of plans. Hundreds of thousands of students were planning dead back to school here in city. Her in person learning,.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That you can hear live coverage of the third night of the virtual Democratic National Convention coming up from NPR tonight that starts at nine o'clock right here, a 93.9 FM Am 20. Or you can ask your smart speaker to play W N. Y. C. Tonight will be mostly clear. We'll have a low around 64 degrees currently 74 degrees and sunny in Central Park. Thiss is WNYC, Icy FM HD and AM New York. It's the third night of the Democratic National Convention with Kamala Harris said to accept the VP nomination and Barack Obama scheduled to deliver the keynote address. I'm Jamie Floyd, this is all things considered. Some schools and businesses sent to re open. They are facing a familiar challenge. A shortage of personal protective equipment. The dramatically increased demand for PP is not going away any time soon. But why is this still a problem months into the pandemic? Some answers this hour, and a new measure could fill those health provider gaps in New Jersey with residents who've been shut out by their immigration status. A closer look at that.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Downtown L A. It's 74 degrees. 7 37 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling members back to session, saying she wants to vote to stop changes to the U. S Postal Service. Has the changes are an attempt by the president to destroy the U. S mail ahead of the election, But the president denies that he was on Fox this morning. And one of the disasters of the world. The way it's been run. It's been run horribly, and we're going to make it good. Now. What am I supposed to do? Let it continue to run badly. So if you fix that, they say, Oh, he's tampering with the election. No, we're not tampering. Foreseeable absentee ballots like in Florida. This is a great things you send for us sport. They sent it to you. Send it back with you Vote those great things. A local congressman leading the charge against the postmaster general. Democrats are accusing Lewis to joy of deliberately hobbling the Postal Service to hurt mail in voting at the behest of Donald Trump, the president clearly feels that more Americans voting is a threat his reelection on so this is a deliberate effort to disenfranchise people, and I think it's a disgrace shift tells can next. This affects all Americans. I think it really requires the American people to rise up and make sure their voices are heard right now because the president, United States and Enablers like Mark Meadows and Mitch McConnell are trying to make it difficult, if not deadly, potentially for them to vote. He says the postmaster general should resign. Rob Archer Kate next 10 70 news radio. 7 38 had K annex. At least three police officers have been hurt. One of the seriously during these clashes with anti police protesters in Seattle happened last night. I started as a peaceful march.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And we have 73 degrees 74 degrees downtown. Live and local news radio, 9 50 W. W. J. Good morning. I'm run TUI, the latest at 10 20 the state will begin inspecting the restaurant's buyers, gas stations and other businesses to make sure they're in compliance with regulations in place to stop the spread of the Corona virus. If inspections find major issues, Those businesses could be fined up to $7000. President Trump again pushing unproven claims The anti merrily area drug is an effective treatment for the Corona virus. He's also lobbying new attacks on the credibility of Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Overnight. The president Retweeted a serious of tweets, advocating The Hydra clocks crawling along with a post that said, found he had been misleading the public about the drug and studies have shown the drug is an ineffective treatment for covert 19. W W J News time is 10 21 in Oakland County marijuana shop Treating COINS for cannabis today the greenhouse of Wall Blake trying to fix a coin shortage by offering pond for those who bring in $100 or more enrolled coins. In other words, the owner says it will be a role for a pre roll. The deal design have a set deadline with greenhouse, saying it will end the promotion once they have enough coins. Ah, warning from the state Attorney general's office and the Humane Society. WW Jay's Jason Scott reporting puppy scams are on the rise. With the increased number of people staying at home during the pandemic. Many are now turning to the Internet to adopt a furry friend for companionship. And with that a surgeon complaints of Internet scammers exploiting the situation. Several Michiganders have recently been tricked into paying for pets that don't exist, and because those thieves often live outside of the country. The prospects of getting the money back are slim to none. Since 2018 the attorney general's office has received nearly 50 complaints of alleged puppy scams. 26 of those complaints have come in this year alone. Jason Scott W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 Police Conference Skating Mohr than 500 illegal guns just the past month, Chief James Craig says that number of arrests are near the 500 marcas Well, including Mohr than 100 just this past week. Just this last week. You've hurt me. Report out. We're averaging anywhere. Hello, maybe 80. On this last week was probably the high We made a total 128 carrying concealed weapons. As my colleagues will tell you, we have not seen the number of handguns that we're seeing now. Drake says, because of the number of weapons in some prisoners who have been released. Do that a Corona virus that makes policing much more dangerous? The Dow is down 84 points in early trading. We'll have a closer look at your money ahead. W W. J NEWS Time is 10 23. Today with what's going on in your neighborhood, download the radio dot com and favorite W W. J. Did you know that every time you walk.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"74 degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening. Vice President Mike Pence who leads the White House Corona virus Taskforce spent a few hours on Nantucket today meeting with Governor Baker about covert 19 and how the federal government can better support state efforts. Hence, thanks Baker for strong and steady leadership during the pandemic. The vice president also come commended Baker for the state's reopening process, and his efforts to provide schools with resource is to reopen the risk of the Corona virus. Two healthy Children is very low. And we believe with the right mitigation efforts. We can safely reopen our schools. Baker thanking the VP for the visit and for his work with the desk for US, Massachusetts has held onto its gains against the virus and leads the nation and its contact tracing program. Massachusetts schools are still examining the best way to re open in the fall, whether that be in person remote or a hybrid model. Even with 12 states really reporting a daily decrease in Corona virus Does ABC Stephanie Ramos reports, hospitals are struggling to take care of the sickest patients and the newest hospital. The situation so dire patients are being transferred from El Paso hospitals to nursing home covert units as these facilities deal with outbreaks of their own 16 states, breaking records for hospitalizations and nine states reporting record deaths this week. Including California health experts, They're joining more than 150 doctors and scientists nationwide urging leaders to shut down the U. S and start over today marks the fifth straight day of more than 1000 deaths nationwide in the U. S. And here in Massachusetts, more promising numbers hospitalizations way down in the latest numbers out today from the State Health Department, just 371 people in the hospital statewide with the Corona virus. 50 of those are in the I C u 210 newly confirmed cases reported today and 12 additional deaths. Treasury Secretary Stephen Yushin says Republicans are ready to unveil their next aid package to help Americans reeling from the covert 19 pandemic. The clock for the next relief package is ticking as the federal jobless benefit giving everyone collecting unemployment benefits an additional $600 per week. Is about to expire. House Democrats passed that bill two months ago to extend the $600 payments through January, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted Republicans for not having a plan. This is deadly serious health is burning down in terms of the economic security of America's families, and these people are sidling wherever they may be this weekend. Republicans plan to unveil their proposal.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"74 degrees 73 in West Land, and at Metro Airport. Emotionally cloudy and 74 degrees Live and local news radio. 9 50 W. W. J. Good morning. I'm half I tally and I'm Tom Jordan. These are the top stories at 9 20 Utica police who would like a word with a man for a slapping a bar manager in a bartender in Utica. Over wearing a face mask, According to police Detective Greg Morabito, the suspect became belligerent with the hostess said Black Rock Bar and Grill in Utica, July 10th. As you're being asked politely to put on a facemask per current state orders when a bar manager in bartender intervene the suspects back to both of them before leaving over a dozen people wounded in gunfire Islands outside of a Chicago funeral home On Tuesday, Mourners were targeted in a drive by attack, leaving some hospitalized in serious condition. Violence. Caymus President Trump was talking about sending federal agents to the city of Chicago. It is another effort to free and Oakland County teenager who is in a juvenile center for not doing her homework group of young leaders. Some black lives matter in all capacities where we're staging an all day sit in at the Oakland County Court house today. 15 year old was told earlier this week. She had to stay in the juvenile center and continue with our work in treatment organizers of the city and say they don't think the girl would still be in the center if she was white. Starting to talk about Where am I gonna live? If I go back to my college campus in the fall? Ah lot of places air, just limiting those dormitories to freshman students. The new kids on campus. So now others air looking for apartments and houses to rent. But that can get tricky since landlords wanted 12 month lease and families don't want to be stuck if schools cancel that in class learning. We talked to local real estate attorney Kevin Hertzel. I don't really see my charm. You know when waiting, you may have to live farther off campus or may not necessarily get the ideal. Ah, situation that you had planned on Just given the uncertainty that would make the most sense to me, Ursula says. If you're already locked into a lease, and by chance, the on campus classes are canceled and everything goes remote. You khun trying to negotiate something with the landlord, So you're not stuck paying the full rent for the midday hours. And for Brooke Allen today it's our anchor of Rhonda Lee. Joining us right now with a preview was ahead today between 10 and two. Good morning, Ron. Bigger money Time State Board of Education, addressing school building issues in regards to Over 19 water pipes. Ventilation. How safe what schools be for students, teachers and staff if they opened, Wayne County Prosecutor Kim Worthy today discussing work going on in her conviction Integrity unit exonerating people in jail who shouldn't have been in there. J D. Power's annual appeal study What people like in their vehicles coming out today or Jeff Gilbert kicking the tires. How about a break from the news? Go outdoors groundbreaking today on a new nature center. And panel sports area coming to Chesterfield Township..

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"74 degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"It's 74 degrees. Skies are cloudy, humidity. 87% winds variable at three. Repeating the current temperature's 74 heading up to 84. Wins news Time. 105 All the official decisions who move New York City and the phase for reopening will come from Governor Cuomo later today, Mayor de Blasio says it's a done deed. I'm going to restart the low risk outdoor arts and entertainment activities. This means things like botanical gardens and zoos, for example, they can reopen but at reduced capacity 33% capacity. Production of movies, TV shows that can proceed the obviously something that matters to a lot of a sports coming back. But again without audiences. Indoor activities will not start yet. That means restaurants, museums, malls, they will all still be off limits. Mayor de Blasio says Outdoor dining is going well with 8600 restaurants now participating. And he's adding 40 more blocks to the Open streets program to allow for setting up tables outside. And the new streets will include Chinatown alternate side of the street parking rules will return next week. Wins news time. 106 A number of new Corona virus cases across the United States continues to rise, topping 77,000 yesterday. Increases being driven by a number of states, including Texas and Florida, where I see youse are reaching capacity. Correspondent Victor of Kendall has Mohr from Miami Beach this month, already reporting a record for new covert 19 cases nationwide. More than 900,000 As other key indicators like hospitalizations rise in 34 states and deaths increase across more than half the country. Doctor Anthony Fauci telling Facebook CEO Mark Sucker Berg overnight that this disease should be taken seriously, even by young people who think they may not have to worry. You're getting infected. Is not just you in vacuum, you're propagating a pandemic in Arizona officials ordering refrigerated trucks as they run out of room in morgues. Mayor's around Georgia are backing Atlanta's mayor against governor Brian Kemp. He filed a lawsuit against Keisha Lance bottoms yesterday over her mask mandate. She responded that the governor this morning on NBC's Today show the notion that we're somehow interfering with businesses or people's right to work is simply baseless and a waste of taxpayer money. The mass mandate means people not wearing them could be fined or even face jail time. Georgia has seen more than 3000 deaths from Corona virus and more than 131,000 cases. A new poll shows trouble spots for President Trump as he tries to get his get a helpful head of steam. That is In his reelection bid results show particular issues with his handling of covert 19 just 38% of Americans in a new ABC News Washington Post poll approve of how President Trump has handled the Corona virus pandemic. That's down from 46% in late May. The new poll shows the president has credibility challenges. Just 34% of Americans place a great deal or good amount of trust. In what he says about the virus. 64% say they trust him, not so much or not at all. That's correspondent Karen Travers in Washington wins news time. 109 Let's say you just bought a house. Bad.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"75 stopped in and 74 degrees in Sacramento, heading to a high of 101 on news, 93.1 kfbk now to the stories that are trending on this Friday morning. Starting this morning, Plaster County is now on the state's Corona virus Watch list, and it means that indoor dining could be shut down there. KPK Sneak A Magus has the story. The state's Department of Public Health, added the county to the list yesterday because it's hospitalization rate and hospital capacity does not meet the threshold criteria. A state thresholds for the categories is greater than a 10% increase and less than a 20% I c u BED availability. Plaster County has had an increase of about 36% in its three day cove in 19 hospitalization average and his only 19% of ICU beds available if the county remains on the list for three consecutive days. Some businesses will be required to close indoor operations for at least three weeks. Nick a mega hit Snooze 93.1 KFBK The Sacramento City Unified School District has released its first set of guidelines to reopen schools, face coverings, temperature screenings, enhance ventilation and air flow and staggered start and end times. Air. Some Of the preliminary changes. The district school start date is September 3rd California Community College Athletic Association is moving all fall sports to the spring. Under this new plan. Fall sports teams will start practice in mid January and the have games starting in February. There will be no state championship for the upcoming season, and all sports will have 30% fewer games. Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic report an increase in cases of what they call broken Heart syndrome. KFBK Sally Suzie reports the syndrome whose medical name is actually stress cardio myopathy. Causes dysfunction in the heart muscle and the patient experiences symptoms that feel like a heart attack. Cardiologists at the facility say the syndrome is generally attributed to psychological, social or emotional stress. They say that the increase in the number of people with broken heart syndrome is a sign that the stress of the Corona virus pandemic. Is having a negative effect on people's physical wellbeing. Alisa Zee News, 93.1 KFBK President Trump this morning says he's preparing to put on a mask this weekend. Kate because Mark Mayfield reports I expect to be wearing a mask. When I go into Walter Reed, you're in a hospital setting. I think it's a very appropriate thing. I have no problem with a mask. Trump made the comment in an interview on Fox News. Trump has kept away from wearing masks in public, arguing he gets tested all the time and doesn't require one. The president is going to be visiting with injured soldiers and Corona virus workers while at Walter Reed. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK and that will get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 KFBK number of new daily cases of Corona virus climbing past 50,000. Again, There are new signs that reopening too soon is having dire consequences. Of the 230,000 covert 19 cases..

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"74 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And get a free pizza live in the news center i'm alley that nur ktar news coming up until all those seven with traffic every six minutes years larry lula's live from the ktar traffic center or martha we got a crash grand avenue with luc thrill three and that a couple other west side issues as well a crash sixty seven davidoff mcdowell and another one on camelback this time with eighty third avenue i'm larry lewis ktar news sunny skies today a high of 74 degrees clear tonight a low of forty five sunny for your friday with a high of 72 cloudy saturday sixty nine degrees partly sunny skies on sunday with a high of sixty six degrees whether whether it plays repaircall howard air whether brought to you by howard air in the horrible from arizona's morning news were not going to go to jim sharpe who joins us live joins us now one of his best of sharper points presented by the schwartz laser eye center super bowls world series college football championships in our final four there are many worldclass events that phoenix in the valley of hosted but somehow i get the sense that we find the need is a metro area to reassure cells that were capable of handling these events gosh darted we can do this thing right snow very attractive unattractive in the same way as what a woman goes on the first day to realizes the guy is it just a little nervous he's wondering whether he's worthy of dating her sis weird and uncomfortable the value the sun has been welcoming millions and millions of people here every year for a long time as part of our bustling tourism industry thank you very much and we have the bright minds and capable leaders to help us not just secure major events but pull them off so knowing we are worthy and capable it might be time to ask should we okay for yet another world series won't be because we put a bit in fourtou because the timing backs won the national league pennant and those college football championship games are going to.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news abc news time eleven thirty 74 degrees involved in an good morning i brought britain's wbz news here's what republican in the wbz newsroom on this tuesday the end of june dongguan realty the we are people wall there's nothing compassionate about fourth immigration laws and update from cbs straight ahead forecasters keeping an eye on hurricane armor and jose has joined the party locally we deem through the roof of marijuana what really is happening and what other laws wbz accu weather warm in humid today with the chance of a shower or thunderstorm north must boston high of eighty five showers and storms muggy sixty eight tonight and on wall street or ms impact already felt as the dow falls one hundred seventy one points the bloomberg business report is coming up wbz news time eleven thirty one president trump today announcing the administration will wind down the daca program with the which protects young immigrants from deportation the latest from cbs news cbs news special report program known as daca is being or send word came a short time ago from attorney general jeff sessions the end for dhaka the obama era program to shielded children brought here illegally from deportation the executive branch through dhaka deliberately sought to achieve what the legislative grant specifically refused to authorise on multiple occasionally we'll be a wind down period for the program and he says daca recipients will be alot deportation priority we cannot admit everyone who would like to come here is just at simple sessions urged congress to shape new immigration policy political contributor eto keith it's been more than ten years the congress had been trying to take up something significant regarding immigration and the president now forcing congress his hand might actually be the best thing possible because it will force the debate cbs news special report i'm steve cafer lawrimore loose throughout the day right here wbz wbz news time 1132 well the governor of the virgin islands is asking the white house wore an emergency declaration gave you the approach of hurricane erma at urging people to take the storm seriously the ireland's may start to field a category five storms affects about mid morning tomorrow meantime tropical storm jose as formed in the open atlantic easter verma making it the 10th tropical storm of the season a birthday gift for a little.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"For today sunny skies with a high of 74 degree time for komo aaa traffic chiquette every ten minutes on the corner some check in with cami then it and it is a beautiful day to take a drive even portland if you're going that way there were rumors yesterday of a an awful at checkin with one of my faith but france took her six and a half hours hearst to get from seattle the portland yesterday right now it's wide open just look out for the sdp drivers they are all on their bicycles and headed to portland on the sdp road extravaganza they're moving three thurston county right now you're next report at seven thirty four i'm tammy than an komo news taking a look at your forecast for today sunny skies with the high of seventy four degrees for tonight partly cloudy with more clouds later on in the evening and a low of fifty four degrees for sunday a few clouds early otherwise mostly sunny with a high of seventy degrees and taking a look at had to sunday night clear skies and a low of fifty three i'm eric heintz komo weather center the seattle seahawks richard sherman got a little work out this past tuesday afternoon a took on a completely different type of competitors komos brian calvert has more on that story the man let's stop the tape right there i already mentioned richard sherman who's involved so you know there's a football connection but i'm not sure you would have put this together the awardwinning houghton other check again the president richard sherman so a bunch of high school kids build a robot and the robot's job is to lob of football and hit a target in the end zone richard sherman job intercept the ball before it hits the target detroit of erasers underestimate jim takes his position and then shakes his head the robot is not throwing in a football with a mechanical arm no it's launching the pigskin from its head about which is something i am familiar wilshire makes it adjustment or two and then comes the expected smack talk trophy the robot keeps hitting its targets number twenty five catches a few blocks of you but in the end he was no match for his shiny competitor which was particularly pleasing to frank messiahs one of the members of the.

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"74 degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"74 degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"This is news radio 1040 who when you want to talk you can do it ears universities on news radio 1040 who are for the july forecast a look pretty similar to monday a high of eighty seven scattered thunderstorms will boil up in the afternoon a few of them could be strong but again they should be pretty widely scattered cannot washing out to complete the evening but we'll keep an eye on them none west wednesday another chance for scattered thunderstorms eighty again for the high and then thursday mostly sunny and a high of ninety that's let us news radio 1040 who threeday weather forecast i'm channel 13 meteorologist per mcintyre three or five whether and moines partly cloudy skies and 74 degrees the wind is moving in again now from the east now northeast five miles an hour it's moving annette humidity is that eighty seven percent and again partly cloudy skies seventy four degrees in des moines borders online at whoradiocom moines's only news radio 1040 who from the high vis studios news radio 1040 who just as it's gone this song was just on the same sang these was this this to us this oh god.

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