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"89 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Chillin, Innate smoothie and green got his flatbreads available at any of the 65 D. M v tropical smoothie cafes. I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic And now we turn to storm Team forest. Lauryn Ricketts. Hazy sunshine is going to continue for the remainder of the day. The sky looks a little milky out there and again. Those are from the smoke from the wildfires out to the west. But the smoking law should dissipate as we go into tomorrow. Otherwise today those temperatures stop out a degree or two warmer than yesterday. Right around 90 degrees. We will continue to see dry conditions for the remainder of the day today, some patchy fog overnight six seasons. Seventies, and they were back around 90 tomorrow. Now there could be a touch less humidity tomorrow little bit of a breeze out of the South tomorrow. Partly sunny and then we'll keep a chance for some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon tomorrow evening and isolated at best, But there could be a few overnight one or two of those could be strong now Thursday and Friday, still really humid temperatures low to mid eighties and will hold about 40 to 50% chance of storms on Thursday and Friday this weekend dry back in the mid to upper eighties. I'm storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. Hazy sunshine in Washington is 89 degrees, but with the humidity it feels like it's 93 brought to you by mattress warehouse. Buy with confidence with a one year price guarantee only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. 1 41. Senate Democrats are paring back their signature elections bills and hopes of kick starting a stalled push to pass it. Today, they unveiled a new bill to counteract state laws that could make it more difficult to Cast a ballot. But the new compromise bill probably doesn't have a chance in the 50 50 Senate because Republicans.
"89 degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Infrastructure, Investment and jobs Act paid for by business Roundtable, Our next traffic updates coming up in 10 minutes and 17 W O R So apparently we only hit 89 degrees yesterday. So even if we were to hit 90 today, and 90 tomorrow We won't have a heat wave and Not sure what people are called up in this. Maybe they just like to know that they're suffering. Maybe that's what it's about. Anyway. Let's bring in the weather Channel's race staging of warning, right, You know what if it was up to me? No. I'd call it a heat wave. But you know, we've got to use Um, Colonel at the right words, integrity, But we have to have guidelines. I guess in the meteorological communities made up those rules. Did you make it? There have no idea. I did not make up that rule. I just Follow the rules, right? It's just like for a severe thunderstorm. The winds are supposed to be estimated. They say it's 58 MPH or greater. Why not just make it 60? I'm all about trying to simplify life and here we are trying to complicate it. That's why I like it right. Okay anyway. Well, for me, it's a simple forecast The next couple of days. We might get 90 nineties today. Tomorrow might be 89. I like a range of, you know, I had it my way. Upper eighties low nineties, probably across the tri state. There's going to be somebody Like the normally hotter places like Newark that are probably going to have 3 90 degree days in a row, but officially for Central Park Sunshine 91 Today Tonight 76 tomorrow, some with a few clouds and 89 degrees, maybe a thunderstorm needed on on Friday he'd advise real start later this morning, and that actually lasts through tomorrow evening, So it's going to feel like the mid Upper nineties, some spots off. Feel like 100 degrees, so that's known where you really get into. Well, what is the weather feel like? And how is it impacting me? It doesn't matter what the air temperature says. If 90 had a dew point of 50 it feel not so bad. But 90 with the dew point of 70 that no feels so good as my My grandmother would say slight chance for thunderstorms. Saturday mid seventies cloudy has to get at the Sunday The cooler weather continues into the weekend in the upper seventies. That's funny. My mother has similar accent w o r news time. Thank you, Ray 5 34 the fight over New York City's new vaccine mandate for public school.
"89 degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw safe Drive for your Saturday with a high of 90 degrees hot and muggy for tonight will drop down to 70 degrees for your Sunday. We're looking at another high of 90 degrees feeling like we're into the mid nineties that he continues on into next week. From their civil weather station. I'm nine first morning, forecaster. Raven Richard NewsRadio 700 wlw Right now we have 89 degrees in the tri state. The Kentucky Supreme Court, handing the Democratic governor Andy Beshear, a defeat today the court upholding laws backed by Republicans that limit the governor's emergency powers in the pandemic. Republicans argued that the governor overstepped while Governor Bashir says restrictions he ordered were meant to save lives. Ohio reporting more than 3400 new cases of covid in the past day, 125 hospitalizations and 12 I see you admit Missions. All of today's numbers are above the three week average. FDA could give the fighter covid vaccine full approval as early as Monday. And if that happens, it would be the first coronavirus vaccine to receive full approval from the FDA for the second day in a row President Biden canceling his trip to Wilmington, Delaware. The president was still scheduled to meet with his national security team to be briefed on Afghanistan. The president has insisted that he talked through the withdrawal with key allies. Still, many NATO partners also seemed to be reeling with the facts on the ground, NATO secretary general said yesterday. What is happening in Afghanistan is a tragedy and the situation remains difficult and unpredictable. ABC S Mary Alice Parks, Reds and the Marlins tonight. Inside pitch six 11th pitch 7 10 Right here on news radio 700 wlw Your time is 2 34 Next news three o'clock..
"89 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Enhance fire Rescue two recent dry weather throughout the region to read fly warnings in effect late this evening Clouds and Sunday breaks this afternoon high 86 to 90 cloud Today 58 to 62 sunshine tomorrow High 89 to 93 I'm Banky Weather's Bob virus in He was 93.1 kfbk. Right now. It's smoky in 89 degrees in Sacramento, John Brennan Easy. Sacramento's news kfbk updates throughout the day, every 30 minutes breaking news the second it happens on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Well, folks, there's When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get something. Gotta find yourself a box. Whether it up whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I motherfucker people Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down to Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamic burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers totally ranks us Project cheese and Bacon and Roy's They say how they Here They welcome you to stay, so come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of deep. Yeah, the dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite Burger. Doordash and uber eats are available at participating restaurants. University of Maryland.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"$70 million ransom to the Attackers at the White House. Rachel Sutherland Fox News in the White House also says U. S and Russian officials will have a meeting on cybersecurity issues next week hurricane warning along Florida's West Coast for Tropical Storm Elsa, which could be a hurricane again by the time it hits the states, North Gulf Coast. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor. I message would be that everyone should respect Mother nature and take the precautions that that you are being given else has been regaining some strength after lashing the keys with heavy rain. Meantime, search crews in South Florida not finding any signs of life in the condo collapse, just getting word of four more bodies found. Now 36 confirmed dead America is listening to Fox News. 93 wi PC Mobile News on the level on the go determination in the face of discouragement, 89 degrees and Monument Circle. Partly cloudy tonight some spotty storms possible tomorrow. I'm Stan Lear for the sales corporation. Here's what's trending at 502 32 is the number of people confirmed dead in the Florida condominium collapsed Now, Madison McGill reports. There's Don't do it. Justice. The video doesn't don't do it. Justice J State organ is the task force leader of Indiana Task Force One. His team of 80 has been working nonstop. To try and find people under the rubble to just know that people were sleeping in their beds at 1 30 at night when this when this building fell, the last thing they remember.
"89 degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I'm wpbf 25 1st Warning Media Rogers Vanessa Bean end. I'm tracking just a couple like showers out there this early morning, but expect more showers later this afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds with highs today near 89 degrees in some areas will be seeing temperatures in the mid eighties as well. I'm first warning meteorologist Vanessa Vinet. This report is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast. Wendy's only serves one kind of breakfast, a better one for unlimited time. The sausage, egg and Swiss percent bacon, egg and sister Salt and honey butter Chicken biscuit are two for $4. Limited time. Only price and participation may vary at us Wendy's single item at regular price Start your work day with a 60 minute commercial free work to kick off. That's good. That's a good start weekdays at nine on sunny one of 79. Mm. Hi. Hi. We're your weather girl. And have we got no for you Better listen, Get ready. Oh, you're low and vehicles, umbrellas at home, All right? Oh,.
"89 degrees" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Right now, it is 89 degrees in Maitland 88. Degrees in Orlando. Severe weather station safe touch security. Triple team traffic. Jackie O Brien is back with us. We're out of the red alert. Jackie. How we looking on the roads here on a Friday Yeah, It's been heavy all day coming in from Polk. It's improving, but your delay start past 5 57. Maybe a mile or so into Champions Gate. Disney DeLay is still solid Osceola Parkway to 5 35. You've got some slowdowns. Conroy did John Young but up through downtown up to the bridge now looks good, westbound, little happy at John Young downtown for instant a colonial. Then Sand Lake past central Quarter Parkway that crashed past Osceola Park right now on the left shoulder and your heavy 1 92 past the 4 29 also have a crash on Silver Star eastbound at powers. Visit the refresh computer superstore and long would you get a complete Windows 10 system for just 189 99. It were fresh computers. They have what you needed every budget visit refreshed computers dot net with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning. We're helping you get to work on time from the Wdbo Triple team Traffic Center. I'm Jackie O Brien. Big changes are happening in Washington, but those changes don't have to cause uncertainty for your retirement. Many of us are wondering how is Wall Street going to react? Are your taxes going to increase? Those are all valid questions? This is Mike Lester, the founder of talent, Wealth management. It really isn't about right or left. It's just about you and your financial freedom. Was it planned biden dot com To find out how our team can create.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Miles from York, Maine to the New Hampshire state line. David stuff, Alino WBZ traffic on the threes. And now the weather brought to you by Toyota of Braintree. We have a heat emergency for Boston beginning today, lasting through this Tuesday, June 8th temperatures expected to be in the mid nineties for several days. Plenty of sunshine this afternoon high around 95 eighties and most speeches and seventies on the Cape and Islands. Tonight's gonna be mostly clear and still pretty warm, dropping to just 73 bright sunshine tomorrow and more humid high around 95. Against seventies on the Cape and islands. Looking at Tuesday, going to be partly sunny with possible afternoon thunderstorms on the way high near 90 and looks a lot cooler, especially toward the end of the week. Right now, a lot of sunshine and a monkey nous to 89 degrees in Medford. We've got 90 in Randolph and 88 in Boston. Graduating is a big deal. Celebrate with Toyota of Braintree recent and soon to be college grads can get up to $1000 rebate with the purchase or lease of a new Toyota see Toyota of braintree dot com For all details or visit just offered. Three Look for the high Flying American flag is 12 05 More than eight million Covid 19 vaccine doses have now been administered here in Massachusetts. As of yesterday over 3.8 million people in the Bay State are fully vaccinated. Governor Charlie Baker says The goal here is to get four million people fully vaccinated by later this month. CBS is Adrian Ideas, reports that 52% of adults here in the U. S are now fully vaccinated against Covid. America's Covid recovery is still speeding. Ahead less than 17,000. New infections were reported Friday. That's down 47% over the last two weeks, but with all the good news this sobering reality total confirmed cases in the US now top 33 Million and more than 597,000. People in this country have died. 13 states, including right here in Massachusetts have met or exceeded President Biden's goal of 70% of the adults receive at least one dose of a covid 19 vaccine. One of the two officers wounded yesterday in a shoot out with a domestic violence suspect has been released from the hospital. Here's WBZ Zarco 94 year old Matthew Donny, who went home after being treated for a gunshot wound..
"89 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Good Beach Evening 89 degrees in downtown Fort Lauderdale. It's 91 in Hialeah had 51 Miami Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle announcing charges against two corrections officers. Former sergeant Travis Thompson. Correctional Officer Gary Littlejohn are accused of bringing cigarettes and cell phones into the prison and selling them to inmates for cash. An informant tipped off authorities, each suspect charged with a felony rough seas ahead in the ongoing battle over how to restart the cruise industry. The lawsuit between the state of Florida and the federal government is back in a judge's court having not yet set a hearing date following mediation ending in an impasse. Florida being the cruise capital of the world. Impacting their sailing two summers in a row. It's just unacceptable. Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nunez says they're going to keep fighting because the CDC overreached when it told cruise liners to avoid test sales. 95% of passengers and crew must prove their vaccinated. They have no legal authority to mandate vaccine passports from anyone. The governor has banned vaccine passports to protect privacy. Erick Rodriguez news radio 6 10 W I O D Miami International boat show making waves as it returns to the Miami Beach Convention Center next year, spokeswoman Kelly Penton says. It'll be the first time the show is being held in unison with Miami Yacht Show and Super yacht Miami just really excited that in 2022 will be back better than ever. And, uh, we expect this to be the largest boat and yacht show in the world right here in Miami with a huge economic punch, bringing $1.3 billion into the state economy with 9000. Full time jobs, 100,000 hotel bookings as well. It's been held in Virginia key for the past six years. But now returning to the convention center in Miami Beach is Pride Park next February. WalMart is already talking Turkey and allowing employees to eat it. With family uninterrupted Once again this year, company brass says they'll shut down on Thanksgiving Day. This year is a thank you to employees for working over the last year as the pandemic raged. It's the second year in a row. WalMart will not be open on Turkey Day. No word yet on black Friday hours target has Already announced its stores will be closed for the holiday as well winning session on Wall Street. Let's get the details from Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. Younger consumers.
"89 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Any large Papa Murphy's pizza for just 10 99 Papa Murphy's change the way you Pizza Dietrich. Kate, you're in. It will be around 65 overnight tomorrow mostly sunny and 88. 84 Thursday and no more than 90 for the rest of the week. Right now, it is 89 degrees in Tempe. Whether brought to you by Howard Air Every day you get three Katya, our news expansions eight noon and five and that is 15 minutes of commercial free, nonstop news, traffic and weather brought to you, by the way, a people's accident attorney called that guy I'm Jacki Lynn on Arizona's new station, Katya. Our news. So I leave for a few days and they throw a party and I hear about it on Facebook should have to make that one up to me. Let's go back to get us a chance. Well, the party that evacuate is referring to is an underwear party. Well was not an underwear party, not an underwear part. No, it was a WrestleMania party that I had in the house. Invited Chad and Becky Lynn was on vacation for two weeks. So I couldn't invite her wasn't gone for two weeks, but I digress. Pablo and Lloyd and Mandy came and you know, we like to wide like to watch WrestleMania. And then, of course. Ah, Pablo, then walked in on Mandy while she was on the can, and that's what happened. Yeah, Look, Hardy becomes later and looked at each other and three days. It's okay. Though. It's all right. They're getting along. They're in separate rooms now because they're so mortified at what they saw that anyway. Chad. Sometimes I think we really just don't want to get out.
"89 degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"San happy Wednesday. Seven minutes after one good day for watermelon 89 degrees right now, a little bit of wind blowing from the southwest about 15 miles an hour. 40% chance of scattered thunderstorms today scattered some this 89 right now. Chance of rain this afternoon. We already surpassed forecast tomorrow. 30% chance of rain in 88 40% chance of rain on Friday. Saturday. Somewhere between 20 and 70% Chance of rain 83 chance rain Sunday Monday Tuesday and losing faith 40% chance of rain today. 89 degrees right there. Air quality right now in Santa phase of 54 in the yellow moderately bad we've had worse. Getting better, actually, which is what we've been asking for way. No, it's not gonna go away overnight, but it's getting better air equality right now. A 50 for 89 degrees eight minutes after one o'clock, all right, here's the plan. At 1 20. Today We'll talk again to Julie and Overton, public affairs officer for the Santa Fe National Forest. Find out how the two fires the Medio and the cod are doing. We're gaining ground on the two fires. That's about 1 20. Two o'clock today will go down to Texas. And we'll talk to Ray Wylie Hubbard. A country musician. Of some renown. And we'll talk about his latest album. And his latest efforts, including a song called Bad trick. We all have a bad trick. We all turn a bad trick. Occasionally anyway, we'll talk to Ray Wylie hovered at two o'clock today. His latest latest effort is with means with a ton of people, but also bad trick includes On bass. We have done Woz and the drums. We have Ringo Starr on guitar. We have Joe Walsh, etcetera. Centrist. We'll talk to Ray at two o'clock. 2 30 Today, Executive Director Joel Alberts Lindsay Performing Arts Center through O'clock today, Phillip Verga meanie and Cathy Hargraves. Hargraves. Give me Cathy Hargraves. Talk about the upcoming Senate Fate, Traditional Music Festival. That's the plan anyway. Nine minutes after.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"89 degrees in Boston at two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. A sigh of relief for many struggling Americans and businesses and rising concern from others after new covert relief measures were finally passed not through Congress but by the president in a controversial move payroll taxes. Student loan payments are suspended through December 1st on the eviction moratorium will stay in effect till then, as well. Unemployment claims will get an extra $400 a week again through December 1st reporter Erin his ends s said spoke with some folks who hope this will keep them afloat. Darnell flow used to work two jobs when a respiratory condition forced her to leave her McDonald's job and go on medical leave from the other. She found herself unable to pay her bills as she waited for her unemployment application process. I have no money coming in this $600 federal unemployment checks on top of her state benefits turn things around for sure now. It's just a relief, knowing that you compare your vittles the president calling for a $400 per week federal top off for unemployment benefits, the president said last night. The 600 to $400 reduction won't be a hardship on will instead motivate people to get back to work. Democrats raising the alarm that the action from the president won't be enough with no further money for child care, testing, struggling local governments or a stimulus check. And there's also the question of whether the president has three authority to make this house. Open in the first place here. CBS is Michael George. Whether President Trump has the legal standing toe Act on his own remains unclear. If we get sued, it's somebody that doesn't want people to get money. Okay, and that's not going to be a very popular thing. On Friday, the government reported the jobless rate these 2 10.2% as employers added close to two million jobs last month, but economists say they're still along and uncertain road ahead. Reaction from local Democratic lawmakers House right by ANA Presley Tweeted He just, you know, a lot of really cut Social security and your unemployment benefits in the middle of a pandemic. Senator Liz Warren raised concern about the legality, calling a dubious and said the president's eviction order won't stop people from being a victim Warren instead calling for a universal eviction ban and rental assistance, Congressman Joe Kennedy spoke out on the unemployment benefit being cut from 604 100 with switch the state. Mates have to pay 100 of along with other issues. He spoke to W. B z Suzanne Saws Ville Today the administration.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mid seventies close to 80 Saturday. Something clouds It'll be in the upper seventies nearthe water low eighties inland 89 degrees in Boston. Oh, Vin Numbers and Massachusetts have picked up a bit. Health officials in the state are watching closely. Ruth Jones is the public health commission Quincy and she says there's no doubt all these trends in the wrong direction are definite red flags to her. It becomes a big deal. When people are out in public in a restaurant with lash crowds. This virus can pass really quick and she says she's doing a lot of contact. Tracing right now, as we speak is something that we take seriously. It's something that you do right away. It's a lot of health departments, Jones says. They have to ask a lot of Questions make followup call after followup call and most of the time they need to reiterate to the person who tested positive How important this whole contact tracing processes Drew Mojo and W. B Z Boston's news radio. There were 438 newly reported cases of covert 19 in Massachusetts Yesterday. The total number of cases says surpassed 111,000. Moving along with the world's biggest Corona virus vaccine study, Cambridge based Modernise says it's on track to complete enrollment off all 30,000 volunteers by next month. Early volunteers began getting experimental vaccines late last month. Those taking part won't know if they're getting the real thing. Or a dummy shot with ABC TV reports after two doses given 28 days apart, scientists will closely track which group experiences more infections as they go about their daily routines, and more than seven dozen trial sites are scattered about the country for all this Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston is one of them. Talks continue in Washington on a new Corona virus stimulus package, but it's not moving quickly. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell claiming Democrats have given a little but very little because while Americans are struggling, the Democratic leaders have moved about one inch. One. In a daze. Cottle says. Democrats refused to compromise and trying to reach a deal with the White House, said it minority leader Chuck Schumer. Meantime, says Democrats will keep fighting for a bill that helps people and they won't give in. We cannot do that. We cannot agree. To an inadequate bill and then go home. While the virus continues to spread, the economy continues to deteriorate in the country gets worse. Several states, including Massachusetts, are now looking into increasing Corona virus testing. It's considered the first Interstate Corona virus testing agreement of its kind. Six governors, three Republicans and three Democrats are purchasing three million a rapid A covert 19 tests. The hope is to reduce the turnaround time for Corona virus test results. From days, two minutes. With many Americans having to wait several days for results. Covert 19 tests.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Flexible solutions to help you run your business, the way that works for you Learn more at cox business dot com. I'm Monique flight there w t o p traffic and now checking weather with Lauren Ricketts. It looks like there's some light at the end of the tunnel. But when we get to Wednesday the heat and humidity back off a little bit, so we will see some lower temperatures with some more comfortable conditions as we head towards the end of the next work week, But as we're in the beginning of the weekend, it's still warm. Temperatures around 90 degrees, a little warmer than yesterday and mix of sun and clouds 20% chance of some showers and thunderstorms. Developing as we continue into the evening as we go into your Sunday and Monday hot and plenty of sun mid upper nineties, a little less humidity by Sunday afternoon, I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Rickets, checking current temperatures. We have Let's see. 88 degrees in the McLean Area, 89 in Bladensburg. And here in Washington, 89 degrees feels like 94. It's 3 30 Thiss is w t O p Your source for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected. And constantly updated in your car at home at work and on the go W T O V. Never miss a moment. Good afternoon. I'm Michelle Bash and give Ellis at the editor's desk. Coming up a public service celebrating the late civil rights icon John Lewis is being held in Alabama today. What does a former school superintendent? Think of more distance learning for kids.
"89 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Each afternoon, ABC 15 meteorologist at 6 33 it is 89 degrees in Phoenix that do point up there in the sixties. Corona virus in Arizona. Eyes on education In less than a month, Arizona kids could be walking back into classrooms in a roundtable discussion. Educators voice their safety concerns. Arizona teacher of the Year Christine Marr says she wants to get back to you in person learning. However, he absolutely have to provide educators. In fact, pally with the proper resource is to reopen safely. Otherwise, we're simply asking them to jeopardize their health and that of their students, she says. Guidelines should be put in place in classroom sizes should be reduced if schools can reopen one up bars and gems. Dr Joshua Bear with the bio design instituted a S U Says. You can't compare the two. In many ways. The whole point of a bars is social interaction. Schools can be maintained in two different in a different setting than afar. It's not a simple answer. There's no question about it, Doctor, Lobero says, is much easier to separate kids in school than adults in a crowded bar. Queda our eyes on the economy. New research shows Arizona is missing out economically because of how our state's current unemployment system is set up between 160,000 people each month. That's how many people Dave Wells with the Grand Canyon Institute says, are not able to get assistance because of how our state's current unemployment insurance system is set up, and the cost of the Arizona economy is between one and $2 billion. He explains. That money comes from the weekly $600 people would have gotten in extra Employment benefits from the federal government. That benefit expires this Saturday. Result. The city No Katie our NEWS. Dr. Jeff Bridges with the Vase College of Public Health says A long list of essential workers across Arizona are eligible for Free Cove in 19 antibody testing. They can also opt in on a newly launched study from the U of a called A Z Heroes Study. Half of our 4000 participants will have to have had previous covert 19 infection, and the reason for this is the most important question that we need to answer is how durable is that immune response to cover 19. Dr. Burgess is leading the year long, $7.7 million study funded by the CDC. You could learn more about it. And Katie are dot com mayor of Portland, Oregon, was tear gassed by federal agents. Last night he was standing with protesters at offense guarding the federal courthouse. Mayor Ted Wheeler appeared suddenly days coughed as he put on some goggles, he said it was the first time he'd been tear gassed. The mayor says it's important to oppose what he called an unconstitutional federal occupation. Katie Jr News Times, 6 36 Thanks Jamie. Now from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Another update with Danny Sullivan. You're out in the West Valley. Definitely want to know about this closure. 91st Avenue. It is shut down in both directions between lower Buckeye and Durango.
"89 degrees" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Developing in the afternoon high 89 degrees right now 84 at the Lake, 87 at midway, 85 at O'Hare looking for it. Oi has been steadily going up since June 22nd. Today We had the third straight day of increases and the second straight day that the number was over 1000 Today. 1317 new confirmed cases of covert 1925 additional deaths now Governor Pritzker has said that if Illinois starts going backwards In the cove in 19 data that he would close business is down again. But so far there have been no plans to do that today. Pritzker tweeted quote. No one wants to go back to a world with more restrictions on our daily lives. So do your part, reduce the risk of spreading Cove in 19 by wearing a mask when in public today, Mayor Lightfoot announced that she's attacking the covert 19 problem by forcing all establishments that serve alcohol to close. At midnight. Lightfoot does not want people congregating and spreading Cove in 19 amongst themselves. Fox News reporting that President Trump expected to announce a soon as tonight. That he will commute the prison sentence of his friend and former advisor Roger Stone. Stone is set to report to prison on July 14th. Which is Tuesday. But as I just mentioned the federal appeals court in Washington, D. C denying stones last minute effort to delay that reporting date big news from The Chicago White Sox, their star pitching prospect Michael Kopeck, announcing he will not play this season. He's not saying why, but the implication obviously, is that he is afraid. Of catching covert 19 today, San Francisco catcher Buster Posey. Became another big, well known big league ball player to opt out of the abbreviated 2020 season. He joins Kopeck, Dodgers pitcher David Price and Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman. All of whom say they will not play this year. Presumably because of Copan. 19. Wools News Times, 6 36 Both directions. Kennedy not too bad. 27 minutes between O'Hare in downtown Either way, Eisenhower inbound 34 minutes between Thorndale and the old post office going back out. There are no delays on the outbound Ike Stevenson in Bonn from 3 55 Delay free outdone is also delay free. Dan Ryan from 95th 14. Outbound is 13. That is traffic from the wools. Amy 90 traffic center. I'm John Dempsey. 8 90 Wools News. The news is sponsored in part by the law offices of Jeffrey Living When searching for a father's rights attorney Search dad's rights dot com Bill.
"89 degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Mural is on hold 89 degrees. Partly cloudy in New York and Bob Round. Now it's trending on 77 W. A. B c and a BBC radio dot com Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower, Supposed to be Painting with the Black Lives matter mural today but made a blouse. You'll called it off at the last minute. Black people built Fifth Haven't built New York City built America Black Lives matter. Murals are being painted in huge yellow letters on streets in all five boroughs. But not in Manhattan today. The mayor delaying the project with no explanation after President Trump tweeted that the mural is a symbol of hate, saying it'll denigrate Fifth Avenue, a luxury avenue. They gave people the right to have that luxury. Trump also claimed the mural will further antagonize police. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 double You ABC, New Governor Cuomo and the mayor are at it again over who has the final decision on the in person reopening of city schools this fall today, the mayor said the city is preparing for the reopening, but the governor says not so fast. Governor says the mayor does not have the power to make the final decision. Cuomo says any decision now is premature because officials need to see how the virus develops. Meantime, a survey showing 75% of parents want their Children back in the classroom in New York City in September there, Bill Deblasio says an astounding 450,000 parents replying to a Department of Education survey. We're going to make it work to the maximum in each school. I'm gonna work with the scheduling realities to find a way and we're going to hope and pray in the meantime. That the scientific community makes progress on this disease. The mayor says he, too, wants in person classes with proper Corona virus protocols in place like face coverings and deep cleaning of schools daily. De Blasio says the virus numbers must continue to be low to make in person class A reality. No plan has been put in place yet for the start of the school year. I'm Christine Marks for 77 W. ABC News More than 20 New York City streets will be shut down on weekends, beginning tomorrow nine to allow restaurants more space for outdoor dining. Still no word on what caused the building to collapse in Brooklyn yesterday, President Trump celebrating the June jobs report, 4.8 million jobs were restored to the economy as the Corona virus outbreak goes on, Trump said the June jobs report shattered expectations. Our economy is roaring back. It's coming back extremely strong, he said. Consumer confidence is up and the stock market is soaring. The US economy was devastated by the Corona virus outbreak and the viruses again surging in more than a dozen states are healthy. It's continued to address the temporary hot spots. Former VP Joe Biden said. The job's report is hopeful news. Make no mistake. We're still in a deep, deep job hole because Donald Trump has so badly bungled the response to the throne of IRS. I'm Terry Moore. The Dow closing up 92 points. NASDAQ Up 53 S and P F 14 forecast in the Ramsey Super Weather Center tonight. Partly cloudy very warm Low 77 Friday heading into the holiday weekend. Partly something hot without the thunderstorms. High 90 Saturday the fourth partly cloudy high 84 in Sunday mostly sunny highs 87 89 in Central Park. It's 86 in Garden City from the 77 W. ABC News Desk on Bob Brown. Next update at 6 30 streaming 24 7 on the on those 77 WNBC Mobile app. Traffic and transit up.