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"84 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now 84 degrees in Buckeye. I'm Jamie West coronavirus in Arizona. Arizona will not make Any changes to its policies regarding mask mandates after the CDC updated its mask guidance because of the surge of infections in the Delta variant governor Doug Ducey responded, saying Arizona does not allow mask mandates vaccine mandates, vaccine passports or quote Discrimination in schools based on who is or isn't vaccinated. Current state law doesn't allow it, Ducey went on to say the CDC's new action is another example of the Biden Harris administration's inability to effectively confront the covid 19 pandemic. Martha Mauer, Katya our news Any new mask or vaccination mandates in Arizona's K through 12 public schools would go against state Law Valley. Mom hopes the governor and lawmakers reconsider that Janice Stoltz wants to allow schools to mandate masks. I think A pretty simple and safe measure that can be used to significantly reduce the risk of covid 19 and transmission and Children. The nurse practitioner worries that with no masks in schools, her two young daughters who just started in person classes last week, we'll get the delta variant. We know that the delta variant is 200% more transmissible. It has 1000% higher viral load, so it's incredibly contagious. Griselda City No, Katya on you so Doug Ducey, by the way is going to be joining the MIC Broom Head show tomorrow morning at 8 30, You'll be able to listen. Live on our app online at K t a r dot com And you can also tell your smart speaker to placate E A. R. It is 5 25 and now from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Here's Danny Sullivan. But you definitely want to be awake for this one. It's an accident on I 10 westbound at 67th Avenue. It's now been moved all off, right. Also on I 17 southbound. You could have a delay between Seventh Avenue and 16th street and a crash clearing on the two Oh two South Mountain Freeway. It's southbound near Broadway near the exit ramp, and.
"84 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's 84 degrees at one o'clock. Good afternoon on Lisa Cell body, And here's what's happening. The death toll from Thursday's partial collapse of the Florida condo building rises to nine Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine, Cava said they have also The 12 story building on Surfside Coast collapsed early Thursday morning. Congresswoman Alexandria, Ocasio. Cortez thinks the massive infrastructure package should be structured around women. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press, the New York Democrats said. In addition to bridges, American families need childcare. The congresswoman said she wants the president to know House progressives have a larger infrastructure plan and don't want to be limited by Republicans to get things done. Utah Senator Mitt Romney says he's in favor of a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th capital riot. One question is, why did it take so long for security to come to the capital and to rescue the Capitol police that were battling away on CNN's state of the union? Romney also said that the American people need to know why it took so long to ensure vice president Pence. His family were brought to safety and back here at home. It's the first weekend of fun at the New Jersey State Fair at the Meadowlands. Here's Bob Brown. There's lots of entertainment, including a magician, a hypnotist, a high wire act. Officials say You don't have to wear a mask or social distance, but people are always welcome to wear a mask for their comfort employees will continue the policy of disinfecting common areas. Restrooms are being monitored and sanitize regularly. Affair runs through July. 11th. The news is brought to you by Dr Lieberman's Radiosurgery, New York, called 212 choices for more information and listen to Dr Letterman's Radiosurgery show Coming up Next here on 7 10. W O R in sports. The Yankees are in Boston playing the Red Sox. The toast the Phillies both games starting just.
"84 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's 84 degrees at two o'clock. Good afternoon, Happy Father's Day, Dad, some Lisa Salvadori, and Here's what's happening. Police are investigating a hit and run in the Bronx that left six people injured, One of them critically. Paul de Castro has more. Cops say it happened Sunday, around three AM near East 170 of Street and Sheridan Avenue. In the Claremont section, a family was having a party when suddenly a gray jeep jumped a curb and plowed into the group at a high rate of speed, striking six members of the same family. A 34 year old woman is in critical condition at Lincoln Hospital, while five others suffered minor injuries. Cops say the driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot. Paul de Castro. W. O R NEWS. Madison Square Garden is ready to rock for the first time in more than 15 months, Foo fighters will perform tonight and what will be the Garden's first full capacity concert since the start of the pandemic? Those attending the show will have to prove they have been fully vaccinated against Covid 19. They must provide a vaccine card and an ID that matches the name on the card. Tonight's concert is the first at MSG since March, 10th of 2020 when the brothers rocked the sold out garden for the 50th anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band. More than a year after massive rioting and looting broke out in New York City during the George Floyd protests. Many of those arrested have had their cases dropped. David Folk, Thomas reports and investigation by NBC four finding Manhattan D A. Cyrus Vance Jr instructed his prosecutors to dispose of as many cases as possible of 485 arrests. 222 were dropped outright, with many others reduced to misdemeanors. Most looting cases in the brain. Monks were also dropped, and that didn't sit well with one Bronx shop owner. Those numbers are to be honest with you Excuse the word is discussing. Sources at the Da's office say they were overwhelmed with a backlog of cases as a result of the pandemic. David Folk Thomas W. O R News Police are looking for the men involved in the shooting of a 17 year old girl and the 19 year old woman in Manhattan last night. Police say both teenagers were caught in the crossfire between a pair of feuding groups. The victims were both shot in the leg in Harlem River Park at Second Avenue and East 128th Street in Spanish Harlem around 10 P.m.. The NYPD says the unintended targets were taken to a nearby hospital and are expected to be okay. Cops say five men were seen fleeing the scene on foot. In other news Iranians elect a hardline conservative as president. ABC's Mark Re milord looks at what that might mean for relations with the US Ibrahim racy, won the presidency in an election that saw historically low turnout. Iran and racy himself have been saddled with sanctions and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC s this week says the Biden administration is open to a return to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. We believe that diplomacy is the best way. To achieve that rather than military conflict, he says. It will depend, however, whether Iranian negotiators are willing to play ball. Mark Remillard, ABC News, Sports and Weather Up Next W o R news time 203 Donnie. We believe fabric should transform the way you feel and help you move through the world with confidence, presence and peace of mind. Danny helps freshen clothes and keeps them looking newer longer than washing in detergent.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM
"84 degrees on Peachtree Street at 501. WSB meteorologist Kurt Mullis has his exclusive five day forecast coming up next triple team traffic. Here's Mark McKay were over Lithia Springs right now, let's see the crash that Alex was telling you about. Here on Thornton Road, a westbound heading into Libya. Spring three. I 20 interchange. My rescue is on the scene. Least one right lane is knocked out just before the I 20 in searching, so happy coming up from the very just left of I 2 20. If you're rolling over toward Torque Road and Maxim Road they've been dealing with a tractor trailer crash will be over that shortly overturned tractor trailer on Max of Road at short roads. It's earlier this afternoon that cleanup continues, according to Traffic troopers in the area. The I 20 east and westbound right through the cap County. Heavy as you might expect it, boy, We've seen delays on duty. Five. Mike Shields, Parade carrier Traffic Center. Yeah. The most intense are on the West side. Perimeter south of I 20 due to a crash, which was in multiple athletes Now on the rise shoulder. I 25 north Beyond the interlude Just before Cascada Road Exit seven Brake lights start back. At Washington Road exit 16 Miles, a brake lights their new trouble on the East Side perimeter 25 north down the absolute live. Look at the game cam stalled pickup truck in a cinder lane ride at highway 78 exit 39 causing extra break Liceu Clarkson, You'll continue on and off the brakes, 25 west and south beyond the outer loop on the northwest side perimeter from Sandy Springs all the way down the eye. Tony the West Freeway, triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. A lot of people around the area been affected in a lot of different ways by the current crime way. Here's one you probably had not considered. Fulton County's medical examiner says.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Crank up the A C Today 84 degrees right now in Boston, heading up to about 90 today in Boston, mostly sunny in the city. It is 12 noon. Good afternoon to you and Tina Gal. Here's what's happening. While the CDC says half of American adults are now fully vaccinated, health officials are sounding the alarm about the upcoming long holiday weekend. ABC is Elizabeth shows he has The UPDATE from Washington of Memorial Day Weekend, the director of the CDC with this warning to Americans. Who haven't yet gotten their shots. If you are not vaccinated are guys that should not have changed for you. You remain at risk of infection. You still need to mask and take other precautions. As younger Americans roll up their sleeves, they could soon have another vaccine option after Madonna reported its vaccine is 100% effective against Cove. It 12 to 17 year olds with no safety concerns. Meanwhile, the number of people being treated for covert here in Massachusetts hospitals is actually down to its lowest level since September 27 the current count at fewer than 250 patients. Meanwhile, 195 new covert 19 cases reported and 10 more deaths estimated active coronavirus cases across the Bay State. More than 9000 that Baker administration is partnering up with Duncan and a Museum of Science to encourage people to get their shots. The museum is hosting a vaccination clinic Friday and Saturday with some perks along with it as well, including free museum passes. Also, C I C health Holding is Duncan Days at the Heinz Tomorrow and Friday, Anyone 12 and up who gets vaccinated? Received their free iced coffee. Outdoor dining has been a lifeline for many restaurants and businesses during this pandemic, and now Governor Baker's hoping that sticks around for a while longer. WBC's James RoHaas is in Boston's north end. Governor Baker is hoping legislation he's filing will help both businesses and the people of the Commonwealth transition out of the pandemic. He's proposing suspending the state's open meetings, law requirements until September, as well as allow cities and towns.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thunderstorm and hide near 90. Right now, it is 84 degrees, some light rain and spots in Boston. At 5 34. After the superintendent of Providence, Rhode Island schools was ousted now former Superintendent Harrison Peters says he resigned because he no longer has the community's trust. The resignation came after mounting criticism over his hiring of an administrator now accused of assaulting a student. Olinga a leg has pleaded not guilty to forcibly massaging a boy's feet without the child's consent. Warwick, Jim. Superintendent. Peters admits to the hiring oversight but insists a thorough background check was conducted. Peters is receiving a six figure severance pay out as part of the deal with state officials. As the pandemic eases, and things start to open up around the country. Many parents still having trouble finding adequate childcare. Even though kids under 12 don't yet qualify for covert vaccines. Doctor is she's job. The Brown University School of Help had reassuring words for parents when he spoke to ABC News this morning, kids are thankfully, they don't get very sick from these from this virus. I think kids can very much go to camp have a pretty normal summer. Maybe avoid those large, indoor crowded gatherings. I would do that, or if you have to go to them get the kids to wear a mask. But other than that, I think we have a pretty normal summer for kids. A new study has confirmed that the borough of Queens was the epicenter of the epicenter of covert 19 in New York City's peek from March through May last year. CBS is Christi collision has more on the results. Doctor Adriana Hagee, who lived in Queens for almost 20 years, but findings of her study were personal. She's the lead author of the study that used file Oh geography, which traced the path of covert using genetics. To find that Queens was the center of the epicenter of the city's Covitz spread. She says it was mostly Queens, essential workers who used public transportation and couldn't work remotely, who suffered disproportionately. The best thing is to be able to have them before the protections that they really need in order to continue working and not get sick. Help wanted signs still up all over Massachusetts and the rest of the country with business is struggling to find employees. Some are getting creative to attract workers Years. Details from a B C's Deirdre Bolton Erica Simino manages Colombo's.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"It's NPR news. It's 84 degrees. Partly sunny skies and Lisa lobbies with WB Easy News. The mass vaccination site at the United Center in Chicago will be switching to drive thru on Lee starting next week. Chicago Health Commissioner Dr Allison are what he says The walk walk through operation will close Monday, May 24th but for another month drive through appointments will still be available for both the Fizer to dose vaccine and the Johnson and Johnson one dose shot. Block parties are back starting July. 5th doctor are what he's saying. People who want to throw these parties can apply for permits through their alderman starting June six. There won't be capacity limits, but are what he said The city will also ask Block party organizers to recommend everybody who attends to be vaccinated. Legislative task force is reviewing whether to remove and replace certain statues and monuments currently located on the Illinois state Capitol grounds. At a hearing this week, University of Chicago history professor and, UM Green said it's important to evaluate what values monuments represent, and whether those values are still relevant. We know that no individual is flawless and that all historical figures are to some extent prisoners of their pasts, what values of ours are likely to be judged narrow, ineffective. Naive and which ones might prove truly serviceable to the future. The task force will continue to hold public meetings at least through the summer. And there have been suggestions on new statues that might honor famous Illinois ins, including former presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan. Also journalist Ida B. Wells and former Chicago Mayor Harold Washington. Fraternal Order of Police has issued a vote of no confidence against Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Superintendent David Brown and First Deputy Superintendent Eric Carter. F O P President John Captains are a sighting working conditions as one of the reasons for that unanimous vote, he said the cancelation of days off and 12 hour shifts were unnecessary and eroded morale and officers mental health. Sports Cubs hosting the Nationals this afternoon game getting ready to start at 1 20 The White Sox have the day off cloudy, windy and war. We've had our high for the day 84 right now. Cloudy tonight alot of 67 continued warm tomorrow with a high of 86 on Lisa Bobby's WB Easy news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Charles Schwab, Charles.
"84 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"98 all the way up in Spring Hill. John Thomas NEWS RADIO W F L A Warming up to 84 degrees this afternoon with increasing humidity in just a few passing clouds. 62 NEWS radio w F L A clear message from State Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran to Hillsborough County School officials come up with a detailed plan to get your finances in order within 20 days, or the state will take over district operations. In a letter to board members, Corcoran tell school leaders Finances have reached a point of crisis. A couple weeks ago, Superintendent Addison Davis talked about having the layoff teacher we usually historically higher between 11 and 1200 teachers annually. So when we made it, we will be able to use that to protect people but not positions. If we get to a point where we need Tonto re consolidate repurpose. We will, but we we will not close schools will be able to keep them open work and also says continued support of Davis is essential. Former board member tomorrow Sham Burgers tells News Channel eight. She doesn't like the idea of state control. It's not ironic that With this pressure and potential termination of his contract that now the state wants to step in and threatened to take over. This is nothing more than a bully Tactics School board is set to hold an emergency meeting later this morning to discuss the situation. Group of CDC advisors could green Light Johnson and Johnson's covert vaccine when the panel meets later today, Fox is Evan Brown. CBC's advisory committee on Immunization practices will be holding yet another meeting today discussing what to do about Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. The CDC last week encouraged healthcare outfits not to use the vaccine due to blood clots forming in six patients out of 6.8 million who took Johnson and Johnson's product meeting of the committee last week featured hours worth of discussion by experts but a resolution to wait until today before making recommendations and hopes more data would be available. The pause does not affect use of vaccine made by finds her or Moderna, Evan Brown Fox News Legalize sports betting may soon be coming to Florida governor. Two Santas in the Seminole tribe have reportedly reached a deal could be worth $2.5 billion to the state governor, meanwhile, doesn't seem worried about a legal challenge to a law he strongly supported. Lawsuit was filed this week in Orlando against the anti riot bill that imposes harsher penalties against violent protesters. According to the suit, the law violates free speech rights when asked about the lawsuit while visiting Palm Beach County this week, the governor said. We'll be fine. President Biden is committing the United States to cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 to 52% in less than a decade. States sets out on the road to cut a greenhouse gasses in half. In half by the end of this decade. U. S officials, however, were vague about exactly how the country is mapping its route to new climate goals. But a key component is going to be Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan. The proposal aims to ramp up clean energy and electric vehicles and facilitate the transition away from fossil fuels, but it still needs to become bills that could be approved by Congress. I'm Mike Power. And a new and surprising twist in the saga between Big Cat rescues Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic Yo Exotic is getting help to get out of jail from an unlikely person. His rival Carole Baskin, Joe, and Carol Story was at the center of the hit Netflix Docuseries Tiger King Exotic whose real name is Joe Maldonado. Passage is currently two years into a 22 year prison sentence. Stemming from a failed murder for hire plot against Baskin banal. He's taking up her offer Entertainment tonight spoke to exotic where he discussed that if he supports a piece of legislation, they will help get him out. On this into something good. The act passed by the House of Representatives would ban the breeding and ownership of big cats. Michelle Foley, No FOX NEWS. It's 7 35 NEWS radio w F L A will check whether 150 Years of breakthrough smile, stones and triumphs. 150 years of Children's National Hospital 150 Years of generous community.
"84 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nearby. It's 84 degrees right now. Today. We are Reporting 628 new positive cases. 76 of those are for kids 18 years and younger Kentucky governor Andy Bashir in his update today his emergency orders during this pandemic, the subject of arguments today in front of the state Supreme Court. The case pits that Democratic governor against Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who contends Bashir overstepped his authority with the orders, which includes mandatory facemask. LaTasha Buckner is the governors, general counsel. And while sadly, we've lost over 1000 Kentucky ins to the virus. We know that these measures have worked. They've helped lessen the impact across the state Chad MEREDITH arguing on behalf of the attorney general, the governor's position is as extreme as it could be. He thinks he can exercise unfettered, unilateral control over citizens lives and livelihoods through executive orders. He thinks he can do so for as long as he wants. The Supreme Court will rule on the case at a later date. Fine pole miles. A team today indicted in the killings of Cleveland police Detective James Skirt of its and another man earlier this month in what's believed to have been an armed robbery. 18 year old David McDaniel now faces counts of aggravated murder and more a 15 year old in a 17 year old are facing charges in Chiyoda County Juvenile Court on Wall Street. Today, the Dow winded down 130 points the NASDAQ down 1 40. Yes, and pee down 28 radio 700 WLW SPORTS. Here's the Bangles. Update. Battle of Ohio Part one tonight, Bangles up against the Brown 700 w. His best Bangles. Coverage begins with the countdown to kickoff at seven o'clock. Cleveland is a.
"84 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right now we have 84 degrees in Cincinnati. We do have some pop up showers across the tri state number of new cases, deaths, hospitalizations and I see you admissions in Ohio on the last day, all topping the 21 Day average Governor DeWine announcing a replacement For former state health director Amy Acting who resigned. Ah new health director is Dr Joan Do V, who is currently director of Public Health in South Carolina. Dr. Devi is a graduate of North Homestead High School. And of the Ohio State University, receiving masters of public health from the University of Michigan and her medical doctor degree from Johns Hopkins. While Dr Duty is the governor's choice, he still has to be confirmed by the Ohio Senate, Indiana Reporting 764 new cases and 13 new deaths in the past day. Cincinnati City Council today approving a ban on single use plastic bags starting on January 1st. Any place that sells food in the city, like a restaurant or grocery cannot use those types of Bags because of their impact on the environment. Newport Independent Schools will reopen in person learning on September 29th. The district is also going forward with the fall sports schedule beginning tomorrow night. When Newport plays at Bishop Prosser University of Kentucky, announcing tonight that about 12,000 fans will be allowed to watch football games at Kroger Field this fall. Tailgating is going to be banned, though attendance is going to be about 20% of stadiums capacity on Wall Street. Not a good day is the Dow closed down? 406 points, the NASDAQ Down 222. And the S and P 500 was down 60. It is 605 and our next news is coming up at 6 30. I'm Matt Reese News radio. 700 wlw football,.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"More hard? Not a bad day to go shirtless. I right. Hey, Terry. Some pretty decent reigns around the area late last night, and this morning, some areas south of Louisville. 122 2.5 inches of rainfall and we're expecting another round late tonight. Early tomorrow morning. Some of that rain could be heavy again. A flash Flood watch has been issued. Come near Louisville and points off to the south through the Commonwealth, especially for that batch of rain. We're expecting late tonight. Tomorrow morning, so something to keep in mind the details. We could get a Sprinkle or light rain shower late this afternoon early evening, But the better batch arrives after midnight. That reign ends tomorrow morning. Here we go. It's still going to be warm and muggy, going partly sunny tomorrow afternoon, and then all Here it comes. The less humid air. The beautiful weather moves in for Friday will continue for much of the holiday weekend as well. All right outside right now. 84 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies. Right now Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest five G network, So don't wait, get unlimited and nationwide five g access for the whole family. For just $25. A line isn't a T mobile store or t mobile dot com. Today, Texas of Peace because Miss Meena just lower speeds and further reduction of using over 50 a month due to date, a prioritization video for unlimited well under network qualifying credit lines required capable device required for five coverage not available in some areas may require certain features. C t mobile dot com Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart radio podcast Preview. Rose Faria was charged with a crime. But he swore he did not commit. No, no, I did not. I don't know.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Exit 22. That's main street in shoes or no shoes on for 95. Everything's quiet downtown David said. Roni W. B. C's 24 hour traffic network. AccuWeather's Daniel Middle has the four day forecast Patchy clouds and muggy tonight the low around 72 grays tomorrow. Partial sunshine, A breezy afternoon high 84 Mostly cloudy tomorrow night with an evening shalwar thunderstorm. Low 74 Monday a mixture of clouds and sun. Breezy, hot and humid highs 92. 94 degrees Tuesday. Mostly cloudy with showers and even a thunderstorm around high 78th and looking ahead. Yes is likely to bring some strong winds and heavy rain two the area as they move into Tuesday night. Evacuate the meteorologist Danielle Middle W. B. Z, Boston's NewsRadio Right now it's 84 degrees in Arlington, 87 in and over 78 Blue sky over Boston at 605 Stormy CS downgraded today from hurricane status now a tropical storm. But Florida Governor Ron De Santis says that forecasters expect so yes to regain hurricane status and that 16 counties in his state have declared a state of emergency. Five o'clock advisory put out by the National Hurricane Center has downgraded its ideas to a tropical storm. The the wind shear and dry air today really served to weaken it. However, we do expect it to gain strength as the night goes on and to regain hurricane status. It is 605 We now go to 93 financial I'm Madison Rogers. W B z. Boston's News radio The following is a commercial announcement. It's the money minute. I'm Joni's Ziani with Larry Welch 93 financial group and we've been talking about the three p's when it comes to seeking financial advice, philosophy process and people and with people, Joanie There's all kinds of titles out there for financial professionals, but there's really three different licenses. One is that they call a stockbroker, but that's really a registered representative of Brooke. Which firm and that's usually a commission based transaction type of relationship. The second is an insurance Asian where in Asia might office certain financial products. Life insurance annuities.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Now. In DC we have 84 degrees. I'm sorry. 81 degrees in Suitland, 79 in district Height 78. All right, Thank you. Samara. W t o p News time, 11 41 D C. Police are investigating a deadly shooting on New Hampshire Avenue in Northwest police responded to gunshots. Around 6 30 yesterday, 40 year old William Charles dispute was found dead in his hotel room suffering from a gunshot wound, and police are say there's a $25,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest at another spike in violence in the district has metropolitan police looking for a number of murder suspect Three people gunned down in separate incidents throughout northeast between 5 p.m. and eight PM Friday night. A woman in two males were shot to death in the city and the police union says those killings put Deasy's murder rate more than 20% higher than it was at this point last year, when the murder rate reached the highest. It's been over a decade. The union using those stats to push back on people calling for cuts to the city's police department, which is otherwise seeing notable decreases in crime, violence and otherwise. The three Friday Night killings happened in the Carver Langston neighborhood North Capitol Street near the Fort Totten Metro and off South Dakota Avenue in the Woodridge neighborhood, where four people were seen speeding away John Dome and W T O P news. Earlier this week, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam signed some sweeping new gun control laws. The signing date of July 9th is symbolic because it's exactly one year after he called for an emergency session in the wake of the Virginia Beach shooting in which a disgruntled city employees shot and killed 12. People last years to our emergency session produced no new bills or laws. I didn't call this special session and prayers. I called that session for votes and for low and neither. So when we can't change mine, we can shame cities and that's exactly what Virginians that's why elections, Northam said This year's legislation was because Virginians had said quote Enough is enough. The legislation requires background checks on all gun sales reinstates Virginia's one handgun a month limit and establishes an extreme risk protective order. Lawmakers, advocates and victims. Families were on hand for the signing event. There are some people who are forbidden from buying guns, but next year Virginia is going to have a new law that'll keep guns out of the hands of people who recognize they shouldn't have them. Virginia lawmakers have passed a voluntary do not sell list. You're allowed to put yourself on a list that would prohibit Anyone from selling you a firearm When you put in your name in for firearm, background Check. State Senator Scott Serval represents Fairfax, Prince William in Stafford counties and proposed the bill, he says, someone dealing with mental illness can add themselves to make sure they don't buy a gun. When they're feeling down. It's entirely voluntary. It's not the government telling you what to do or how to live your life. You can get off the list. But there's a 21 day waiting period to do it with law goes into effect a year from now. The Lord unstained. W GOP News. There are new questions after a man was found dead in Sterling, Virginia. Earlier this week. Ah woman who describes herself as a friend of Jose Escobar, Menendez says his death may have been the result of a hate crime tells the loud in times mirror that Mr Menendez was gay and that played a role in his death. Loudon County Sheriff's Office says it is still investigating and exploring all possibilities. Nobody has been arrested in that case, yet a name change for Washington's football team appears imminent. Sports is next. It's 11 44 every two minutes and americanus sexually assaulted. The majority of victims know their attacker. It could be your friend, your neighbor or someone you met at a party. If you said no, it's rape and it's a crime. This is Christina Ricci with rain called the National Sexual Assault Hotline today at 1 806 56 Hope or visit rain dot org's.
"84 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Record high of 84 degrees endeavour wednesday the temperature is going to plummet won't be if our code when you wake up back back down then temperatures will drop in all right creepy thirty by the afternoon the national weather service's lisa create men says snow is on the way too we have to be that clip mainly start out as of now generally were thinking around three pm mid afternoon and rafting in early evening hour little or no accumulation as expected a never but the mountains and foothills could get to to 5 most of the ground will be to warrant for the snow to stick but there could be trouble spots a vehicle jason never ends with two people in custody it all started last night as police were wrapping up an unrelated call at east 50th in perth when they heard gunshots after they established a parameter they saw carplay the scene vehicle were stopped in the area of thick and it one party with into custody at that location and second were taken into custody after a short foot pursued dvds doug chapman says that second person i've foot was caught near the corner of you've away and rand up place near the rocky mountain arsenal national wildlife for fears investigators are still trying to figure out if the two people are connected to the shots fired braga said coach vance joseph call monday night's game against the kansas city chiefs a mustwin says a victory in case seek but his team back in the hunt after two disappointing losses in his team's three losses they've committed 8 turnovers not give the ball away at stats already shoot joseph says he hopes the broncos king it off to a fast start the coach says it's easier to have a more diversified offense when you're ahead had on the scoreboard nuggets continue to struggle in the early season they fall to the hornets in charlotte one ten 93 our next update's at 1230 rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm everything's sheeting to the mentoring free waste none of the road work is causing any problems you've got no delays were and he longlines or anything you do have the closure of north on i 20 find that ramp to ice seventy and that's gonna inconvenience you a little bit but you can use 58th these your alternate exit no problems on ice seventy across town.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"These years you still get sore eutrophism with alarm agresson time more back from pain with tiger balm it works where it hurts wbzn hd wbz fmhd3 boston at cbsbostoncom this is wbz newsradio 1030 watch never stops the news watch never stops aired eleven o'clock i'm wbz 84 degrees in boston wbz accuweather meteorologist courtney's bammer crawling from mostly sunny skies today and warmer will hit about a high of 84 tonight partly cloudy saudi blow down a sixty seven tomorrow another nice david gonna be much more humid we'll get the complete accu weather forecast coming up in just a few minutes i'm charlie german wbz news this search is on for a suspect wanted in an alleged sexual assault that took place inside of a car and also an early yesterday wbz's kim tunnicliff has that's not least are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect who allegedly assaulted a woman at around to fifteen saturday morning the woman said she requested a ride from a rideshare service and ask to be picked up in the area of harvard and gardner streets in allston the victim told investigators she got into a car thinking it was the vehicle she had requested and was later attacked by the driver the suspect is described as a man of middle eastern descendants 30s with a slight accent cleanshaven and short dark hair he was believed to be driving a gold sedan authorities have not been able to confirm the drivers affiliation with any ride sharing services.
"84 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News traffic weather and business reports this is wbz news radio 1030 boston wbz news time is eleven eighteen it's 84 degrees mostly clear in boston the beautiful afternoon and here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom the man accused of killing a pair of prominent doctors in their self boston apartment has been ordered held without bail at his arraignment in this morning bampumim tech's sarah is charged with firstdegree murder for the may fifth killings prosecutors believe robbery the motive in lohan 11yearold boy is facing criminal charges after authorities say he cut a police officer with a knife it happened while the officer was trying to break up a fight he was treated for cuts to his elbow and finger and on beacon hill lawmakers are set to restart negotiations to overhaul massachusetts voterapproved measure rwanda law a housesenate conference committee has scheduled a closeddoor meeting for this afternoon on wall street the dow is up nine the nasdaq up fourteen and the s p 500 is up almost four don't expect the catholic church to go gluten free according to time magazine pope francis says issued a directive saying that communion wafers or hosts must be unleavened purely of wheat and recently made so that there is no danger of decomposition wine must also be natural and not mixed with other substances church officials say the guidelines are needed as eucharistic bread in.
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"Watch back inspection on highway when 83 eastbound between valley lane and regal railways lanes in we'll be close at various locations the wbap weather forecast tonight clear skies with an overnight low of seventy three tomorrow partly cloudy and a high of nine until and on thursday for thunderstorms with a high 89 right now it is 84 degrees news brought to you by stretchered sunday shen repairs the trump administration has had a program mm aimed to keep refugees from being sent to detention centres given appleby whites with the nonprofit center for immigration studies were going from the current murder in their moving away model that of creating moro curve and they eliminated only alternative program it within way for family would beginning this over goal he says almost every person seeking asylum has shown up were court cases customs and border protection says the change that could send more people to detention centres or their home country will save twelve million dollars per year if former about springs police officer who's been charged with murder now could be looking at a separate aggravated assault charge the incidents are completely unrelated and half happened two weeks apart former officer roy oliver is accused of polling has gone on a woman who rear ended ham while he was off duty in his truck she claims oliver was already at her window with the gun how by the time she put her card park a grand jury will look at the case today oliver's already been charged with murder for the shooting of a teenager in april at a disturbance call oh scott said way wbap news again tonight clear skies with an overnight low of seventy three tomorrow partly cloudy and high at ninety you're right now aged eighty three degrees in plain on news also brought to you by offcourt office furniture the chris brown program continues next from the wbap newsroom i'm valencia king the okay so i think this is getting a little crazy role of this family is doing sneaking into the hospital say that just a minute i've got faith.