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"94 degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A party. The rising cost of living doesn't have a party. But Governor Newsom has called this an attempted Republican takeover, saying a vote for Larry Elder is a vote for the policies of Donald Trump Foxes, Marianne Rafferty. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to strengthen as it heads for the Gulf Coast. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami say coastal areas of Texas, Mexico and Louisiana could see heavy rain. An and floods. Tropical storm warnings have been issued for coastal Texas. Nicholas is expected to produce storm total rainfall of up to 10 inches across portions of coastal Texas and the southwest Louisiana Sunday their midweek. Meanwhile, a Fox News drone caught smugglers during the act at the southern border. Border Agents are getting hammered here at the southern border by runners that happened last night. You had a lot of them taking off and hiding running in the brush here in the Rio Grande Valley last night during a ride along with state troopers are Fox cameras caught video. A border agents after they busted a human smuggling operation of highway to 81 here in the Rio Grande Valley and keep in mind. This wasn't just at the border. This group of migrants apparently made it across the border. And then a smuggler drove them about 30 miles north before their car crashed in some brush in the migrants got out and scattered where agents were able to apprehend them. Foxes Christina Coleman, I'm married Corsetti. This is Fox News. For your LBJ Radar. Weather Watch today will be partly cloudy with highs of 94 degrees and lows of 72 degrees. Tomorrow we'll have a 50% chance for scattered thunderstorms with highs of 86 degrees and lows of 71 degrees, and on Tuesday we'll have a 40% chance for scattered thunderstorms with highs of 88 degrees and lows of 72 degrees. I'm at pop, um connect with us and news radio DJ dot com Had we connect with a carpool or van pool and dried with people you know and trust safely by forming a commute.
"94 degrees" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"On 9 11 were remembered 20 years later, Brard Baptiste. Walter Baron, nearly 2800 names read aloud at what is considered sacred ground. Many remember that day 20 years ago, Shannara Wilson was only seven at the time and had only seen it on TV. She says. Being here is different actually come and see it from your eyes to see something so tragic but also so beautiful now that we celebrated with special way people here describe it as solemn but uplifting to be at the World Trade Center site, especially for this remembrance. Fox is going all Scott moving. Tributes were also held in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon. As the years march on, we must ensure that all our fellow Americans know and understand what happened here on 9 11 and in Manhattan and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. It is our responsibility to remember Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin When attributes ended, the FBI released a declassified document that 9 11 families have been fighting for the heavily redacted pages relate to logistical support given to two of the Saudi Arabian high checkers by Saudi associates in the U. S. America's listening to Fox News LBJ RADAR Weather Watch today will be mostly sunny with highs of 95 degrees and loads of 68 degrees. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with 20% chance of rain highs of 94 degrees lows of 74 degrees, and on Monday we'll have a 50% chance for scattered thunderstorms..
"94 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Bootleg fire, scorching more than 150,000 acres in California. Mandatory evacuations near Mariposa County winds driving the river fire to 4000 acres to the north. Dozens of homes destroyed in Doyle, California, The town is now home to the largest Fire in the state. This year. The Beckworth complex fire scorching more than 86,000 acres. Firefighters working on So that would be the end of the ABC News to update abruptly. What's going on. Beautiful. No, this is happening on, uh, far too regular occurrence. I think we need to do a little research on the need to check in on that. All right, Let's get outside right now. And check in with Brian Nobles. Traps never stops and Ryan's on top of it every time we go to him. And we're about to take in the morning commute right now. 80 from Roosevelt looks good, little slowing as you approach the cap City split, but it's still nine minutes from Roosevelt to the split nine more of the cap sitting in your downtown. If you're coming in from L growth 13 minutes to do the drive to downtown Sacramento and I five if you're coming in on 99 still got a little lingering slowing at Laguna and then again the approach to highway 50. Call it 15 minutes on that corridor, But things are easing up rather quickly. Now 50 westbound from Folsom 18 minutes in from Woodland on I five. You do it in 20. So going the other way North Downside. Del Paso almost all the way to the airport. No delays coming in from Davis. He's found 80 across the causeway. 16 minutes to downtown Still got slowing, going the other way. Very heavy right now, from Read to s capital Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the bonding leading the way home Traffic center news 93.1 kfbk. By today. 96 degrees high Tomorrow 92 degrees and the high Wednesday 94 degrees. Just.
"94 degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"You ready for the great American Road trip? Bit small Has your next right at Fitzgerald Toyota, such as the fuel efficient RAV four visit. It's Joe Toyota. It's more dot com. I'm John Conway. Don't leave your TMP traffic at a storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. Thunderstorms will be popping up as we continue through the afternoon and evening. A couple of those could be strong to severe. Otherwise, you've noticed the humidity and you've noticed the heat temperatures not being out one side or the other of 90 degrees mix of sending I'll do a nice little breeze as we go through this afternoon. Overnight, we dry out, and temperatures are in the sixties and seventies that we are hot and humid. All week long. Temperatures will be in the low to mid nineties Monday through at least Saturday with that heat index in the mid nineties to the lower one hundred's daily chances of rain. I'm 17 4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts right now Falls Church. Virginia is 89 degrees feels like 93 degrees. We have 88 degrees right now in friendship Heights, and it feels like 95 degrees and an all New Maryland It's 90. Four degrees feels like I'm sorry. 89 degrees feels like 94 degrees. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. There are questions about whether vaccinated Americans will need booster shots coming up. Dr. Anthony Fauci is answer. It's entirely conceivable, maybe likely, he says. Right now, though, President Biden's chief medical advisor says it's too soon to know. This comes after both the C D C and F D a push back a drugmaker Pfizer's assertion about a booster shot being needed within 12 months. The two agencies say they did not view the booster shots is necessary at this time. There's more concern about your young kids Has the coronavirus pandemic drags on. Children continue to be at risk Doctor.
"94 degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"See some pretty heavy delays developed through that area. If you are traveling on I 70 that crash at PICO says you make your way eastbound has been cleared should be a clear day. I've been to downtown Denver for you thought 31 pinpoint weather today. A high of 94 degrees low of 61 degrees. 20% chance of some isolated thunderstorms. Tomorrow another warm day with a high of 90 degrees. This report is sponsored by Audible. I'm Kate Thomas. On K Way. News Radio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio app. Summer is here and audible is ready whether it's about road trips or just to return to your daily commute. Stream bestsellers New releases great originals and podcasts, all in one. Try it free for 30 days at audible dot com. Tickets are on sale now for our 2021 I heard Radio Music Festival September 17th and 18th in Las Vegas. Billie Eilish Keep Trick. Coldplay to Aleppo to Florida. Georgia Line Journey Khalid Little Baby, Maroon five, Nellie Sam Hunt, Wheezer and more on the T Mobile Arena. Nighttime stage tickets now. Through excess. Com That's a excess dot com If the pandemics taught us anything, it's that the easiest way for germs to get into your body is the knows we all know how to wash our hands. But how do you clean your nose for over two million Americans? The answer is no voltage nasal care. Nova juices powered suction to flush out allergens, mucus and germs that cause congestion, colds and flu so you can breathe better sleep deeper, snore less and feel healthier. Better Yet Nevada is all natural and drug free. That's why one of America's top respiratory hospitals recommends nasal irrigation to stay healthy, explaining that bacteria and viruses thrive in warm and moist environments and that you can wash away those germs so they don't make your nose their home experience. Nevada at zero Risk Kona Davidge combine ravage and use it for a month..
"94 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"At a high of 95 degrees tomorrow Sunny with a high near 94 degrees, Then Sunday that would be July 4th high of 93 degrees. Oh, that sounds super comfortable for July board. I mean, it could be 115 right? It's a I think. Perfect July 4th forecast. Yes. All right, let's get outside or and let's get over to news from your neighborhood booth next door. Basically all that way renews her. Her neighborhood has this is coming out of this. Glenn County Transcripts of the Orleans Unified School District Board of trustees melt a letter to the California Department of Public Health, the governor and the state superintendent of public instruction, urging them to change the mass mandate for students and staff. They say that it is unnecessary. There's going to be increasing pressure from a lot of local school districts to the state, saying Let us make that decision right and parents groups are going to want their stakeholders while they want to say as well. Uh, this is breaking right now. A Boeing cargo plane has made an emergency landing off of the coast of Honolulu. There were just two pilots on board. They did get out safely. But they had to put her down in the water. We had an emergency landing. There were some engine problems. According to the FAA. You don't want them there. Okay. So, speaking of airplanes, a lot of people who live next to airports they get really used to that constant noise that they here, right. Well, if you're gonna move near an airport, that's something that that's what happens, but urban noise in general Came to not a halt but really was diminished during the pandemic. Have you ever lived in a big city? Like in the heart of the downtown? Yeah, You can hear the trains going by everything right? Right. But turns out that's not so great for our health. Okay? Yes, We're going to talk about urban noise and the attempts to drop urban.
"94 degrees" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Worked up about. Frankly, sorry people get worked up about There's a lot of things worth getting worked up about. And temperature being 94 degrees is in one of them, Frankly, in my estimation, but out in the northwest, those of you listening out there you have. Certainly our sympathy don't know what else to send. Other than sympathy and suggestions. Yeah, I'll see. They're smart. They have plenty of water. They have to worry about their water supply, whereas the Southwest, especially Los Angeles, and And Southern California. They don't have any provisions for having extra water. It's that's craziness. 46 after the hour is something it's not crazy, helping yourself to health well being What's more important than how you feel. I'm talking about physically how you feel. If you're not well, you can't enjoy anything else about your life. Enjoy your family, Your Children, your grandchildren your spouse whomever, however, and so, in order to maintain that wonderful lifestyle that you've been used to Put on a few pounds? Yep. Got it. You don't want to be affected by that, then lose the weight and keep it off with the help of Calitri in Calais Train is the weight loss formula that everybody now is talking about. Once they find out once anybody finds out how easily this is This works for capsules. You go to bed, sleep off all of the things they're you know that you need to to make sure that your body is going to stay healthy and the weight stays off. It works because of the ingredients college and protein. Which is the rebuild that repair digestive enzymes. Great for your gut because all health begins and they got Talavera which is good for the inside and outside of your skin. Just fabulous. So if you want to get healthy and stay healthy there, right way, Take my advice. Go to top laws dot com and use the TGV code..
"94 degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Traffic Center. Get all the details from detoured and beach. Thank you, sir. We do have some brake lights. They're fairly light. But the I 10 and the I 17 get the majority of them right now. Eastbound. I can slow and go approaching 59th Avenue into the deck Park tunnel. It's adding up to four extra minutes one on one to the 51. That's a 17 minute ride. Shop out. I 17 16 minutes. It's been holding steady from Peoria, down to the 10th split all of your brake lights. You're in the Durango curved to Central Avenue for the construction area there. Then we go to the crash list. Direct did come in on a freeway. I 10 westbound west of Elliot. It's off right? And a couple of service Street crashes here at 16th Street and Baseline 27th Avenue in Camelback Watching Road in Broadway and Warner west of Rural Road, This traffic report brought to you by QuikTrip. It's a summer snack tacular right now a quick trip where any reason is a good reason to stop by like Craven Save snack ALS that will send your taste buds soaring Q T more than a gas station. The train and Katie are news mostly sunny today with a 20% chance of rain. A high of 19 partly clear tonight 20% Chance of rain The low 86 right now in Phoenix Sunny skies 94 degrees weather is brought to you by Howard Air. I'm Jeff Money on Arizona's news station K T a R news. Strong values and strong opinions. The mic room head to our news, 92 3 of them and the K T R news app. Hey, thanks again for being here. Appreciate you spending part of your Monday with us, Another reminder at some point this morning between now and noon. You will hear Al McCoy and the.
"94 degrees" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"How news time 503 Arvada Police Releasing a few more details about what happened yesterday in old town. As officer Gordon Beasley was killed. Officer Beasley was ambushed. By a person who expressed hatred of police officers. This ambush occurred. An old town, Nevada. Where we have other officers Station. Two investigations are now underway into the officer's death. He died along with a good Samaritan and the suspect We can expect smoke and haze along the front range due to the West Slope, wildfires and more heat, according to Fox 31 ST Fraser. We do have the hot temperatures one more day on Wednesday, and I'm going to cool back down into the seventies. With some rain around. We could certainly use that rain. The best chance is going to be late Thursday again Friday and Saturday because of the high fire danger. Denver Mountain Parks, Douglas County and Jeffco. Open spaces have enacted fire bans. They will remain in effect because of the hot, dry conditions. That's the latest I'm Cathy Walker. Now impact traffic. This report is sponsored by Panera from the Bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Jam Up tonight. 25 Heavy and slow on that highway both directions downtown. We've had some problems and earlier accidents up on 25 Colfax Traffic backed up pretty solid back to 58th Avenue remains heavy trying to get past downtown all the way down past college Boulevard, something on 25. Mhm Delays jam packed passing university into downtown. We've had a couple of stalls up near 38 Park Avenue, getting those off the highway and road work jamming westbound 70 at Quebec. Fox said he went pinpoint weather tonight Partly cloudy 64 tomorrow high of 97 currently 94 degrees with your impact traffic and weather 76 30 k Hell at Panera Dinner is hot and ready deserve grabbed the creamy Mac and cheese in a bread bowl, the classic bacon, turkey Bravo sandwich or tried the new chipotle chicken.
"94 degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is he sunshine and it's 87 degrees. Good morning. It is Monday. Hope you had a nice cool weekend because much of the country is in the grip of the heat waves. We are baking in Boston, where the temperature right around 96 96. Students across the state have been back inside classrooms full time for the first time in about a year and now because of the heat They're being told to go home. It's an early release day for many school districts, specifically those that do not have air conditioning couple that with face mass. Another left over covid restrictions, and being cooped up can become really uncomfortable. At least a dozen communities letting the kids out early. Watertown, Winchester, Braintree just to name a few, and but you know outside, it's really not much better. So you got to find some air conditioning or some water. Something to stay cool today later in the evening towards Sunset is always a good time to do anything outdoors, Frank No, Sarah's with the National Weather Service. And how about this man? Manchester, New Hampshire. They've closed all schools for the day done. Don't even show up. So Frank is this early for our first heat waver? Not really. Typically, we do get our first heat wave and in June, so it's not too early, so the schools are used to this, But really, it's the mass in those restrictions that has schools adjusting today. DRUVA Holland WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Heat advisories are up this morning from Maine to Delaware. Let's go to Central Park in New York City, and that's where we find ABC Rob Marciano for the first week of June. This is a significant if not dead. Dangerous heatwave for many Central Park pack with joggers and bikers trying to get their exercise in before the real heat of the day comes in later on today, but it's very widespread and as far north as northern Vermont 95 for a record yesterday in Burlington, Manchester, New Hampshire hit a record high of 94 degrees, and the Heat is on tonight at the Garden. A pivotal Game five on the ice for the Bruins, and their playoff series against the Islanders are Jim McKay, checking the pulse of Bruins fans this morning? Game four was the loss for the bees. There were awfully physical Guys like Taylor Hall, even getting into the mix with a fight. It's great to watch the intensity. You know it gets the crowd going. But still that lost stings, especially missing that open net and what could have been a go ahead goal from David Posturing on that one shot. They had to open that pastor and that was something you can do with what the heck but bygones be bygones. That's the theme from fans. I'm talking to on Causeway Street because they think this series is going the distance seven games. Senate predictions It will be here. You think the Bruise ticket? Oh, yeah. But for now, Game five tonight at 6 30. That's it, Man. Good luck to the Bruins, talking to Bruins fans outside the garden. Jim McKay, WBC, Boston's NewsRadio and a bishop in hockey player who injured his final chord on the ice, gets a standing ovation at his graduation. Classmates and family members cheering on AJ cannot on as he received his diploma in a wheelchair, Ari coming up after traffic and weather together a growing issue in Massachusetts, his health officials urging water safety this summer of 2021 safety on the roads. Hopefully no.
"94 degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Its hope that restrictions will be lifted by June. 21st. You're listening to ABC news, local museum and open up their doors. That's news to me neighborhood very shortly out to the roads. We go on a Wednesday morning to check in with Brian Nobles. Take it away, sir. Looking good on our freeways around Sacramento. No accidents, handlers or delays. If you're super commuters headed tap down on I 5 to 2055 80 out of the bay Area. That way you look good on I five all the way to two or five or five. Moving well through Tracy, it abruptly slows to a Brawl on West down tools off a little before Mountain House exploding papers stop Once you get past Grand Line Road on 5 80 might a little mild stuff often on on westbound 58 until you get too near the top of the ultimate master. Gotta love California in the summer. Just remember told it, it's still with it. So you're going in the water plan ahead, follow local public health guidelines and make sure everyone wears And afternoons from the cap Trust Traffic Center News. 93.1 Kfbk Sunny today. Hi Ron 94 degrees tomorrow's highs 97 degrees, and then Friday. We're looking at behind her 94 degrees, and that's your three day forecast. OK, time now for news from your neighborhood, Albert Parnell joins us Would he have? Yes, it's coming out of the back of the Is having his grand opening tomorrow. June 3rd from 10 A.m. to three p.m.. You can explore the unique history of Dixon in his rich cultural, cultural heritage as well. Okay, love those small city museums. Wholesome has one. You know the gold country. They have a lot of them. This is the greatest kids get bored of him, You know. That's that's something that mom and do, Mom and dad like there could be. Oh, kids. We're gonna go to the museum when I.
"94 degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I am is exported Conway show if you're outside today, you know exactly how hot it Wasit was beautiful, right? Nice warm day to go out there and kill Cove it What? How many different Co Vered cells were killed today because of the sun, I billions, maybe trillions, maybe quadrillions. It's out there in the sun and give that vitamin D India. Tell all that covert beautiful day for that It's going to be I spits out there. Yeah, Spencer, and it's gonna be a great weekend for it as well. So get out there. Um, You know, Dr Ray says sunblock is great, but when you use sun block it also blocks the rays that kill the virus. So you may wanna leave photo tiny little patch open so the sun can get him. I always go back and forth, you know, is it? Is it worse toe Put sunblock on or too much? I don't know. You know, because if you put sunblock on it blocks Those, you know the rays that killed the disease, But if you don't put it on, you could get it and get skin cancer. So I don't know. So I think, Dong I think, right, Dong Yeah. Alright, I hot record heat today. And if you're outside all you felt that man, it was like 90 something in the valley. Oh, boy. Let's get into it. Here we go. Look at the calendar, and you really don't think fire danger this time of year and you don't think it's January? These numbers look like we're in the middle of summer right here. But, Yeah, we're looking at those eighties and nineties and today we saw a lot more records breaking compared to yesterday. So yesterday Maria also broke a record topping out in the low nineties. Today it tied an old time. Hi. Coming in at 94 degrees. Wow. 94 degrees in camera. Right. Here's why that number is strange because it was 94. It might be 90 again over the weekend, so 90 foreign camera But on Tuesday The high in camera. Rio is supposed to be 62 degrees and then A week from today. Ah, one week from top day. Hi is going to be 57 degrees in the valley. The high 57 degrees. And the low 43 rain on Friday and Saturday of next week. Unbelievable. All right, let's talk to what my one of my favorite guests. We've had him on The show Billion times I love when he comes on, is the director of the Griffith Observatory. Is that his doctor? Crump, Doctor, How are you, sir? I am. Well, thank you and thinking about that rain. I think you should be going into meteorology. Hey, Thanks, man. I appreciate that might be more money in that, you know? Yeah, I'm not sure. Dr Weir. Dr. Krupp. Krupp is with us. We heard something today. That was kind of odd, and it's been news has been leaking out over the last couple of weeks. Then again, there are other websites that are reporting that this is nothing new. They were getting radio signals from the moon. It is the moment it's not our mon. It's one of Jupiter's moons, and it's got 79 moons. But this is the biggest one. In fact, this is the biggest moon in the solar system. It's called Ganymede and we have picked up radio signals from it before, and there has been another detection. But this is natural radio emission all kinds of objects in the universe. Emit radio light, just like they emit regular like that Arise Sea. Rate s so there's no way that it could be an old defunct radio station from a billion years ago. If it is they, you know, it's going to be a very bad top 40 list. I'm sure they know the radio light is really quite natural. All kinds of objects, including the sun. Shed this stuff. What's really strange about this radio light is that it comes as you said from a moon, which which doesn't seem like quite the right place. But the reason that's happening is that that moon, unlike most moons, including our own has AH, strong magnetic field of the Earth has a magnetic field, of course, and we're grateful for that. Jupiter has a strong magnetic field. But so does this this moon of Jupiter's Ganymede, and that's probably because it's got a liquid iron core inside of it, which we have to and that the movement of that iron that fluid iron helps create the magnetic field. When we when we see asteroids, you know, flying around space is that the result of a big explosion like a star exploding whereto asteroids come from No perfectly great question. And when I was growing up good question. Yeah, really? Is it? Well, in fact, though, Yeah, it's even better question because we kind of know the answer. We used to think that maybe it was this and maybe it was that like an exploded planet. Very popular notion. Um, you know, maybe 50 60 years ago, but now it's certain that that is just debris left over from the solar system, which originally was a huge Which cloud of gas and dust and debris that gradually condensed into the sun and into the planets that orbit the sun and into the other objects that are there and because of the way the objects formed and are distributed. There are places where the material really couldn't get collected. And certainly the asteroid belt, which is between Mars and Jupiter, so it's farther out from the sun than than Mars is. That that area just never could be swept up into up any other planet. And there's not really enough out there even to make a very good plan it there. If you've got all the asteroids pulled together, probably be less than the moon. And are asteroids. Is that a really dense material? It would be really heavy. No, it most of the asteroids are rocky material, and it's not even clear that all of them are the kind of thing you could easily stand upon. Some of them are probably sort of just barely held together by the gravity that the small object has, it said. You sort of think of it is that kind of an orbiting rubble cloud moat rolling around That's kind of it. We've traveled to some of them and spacecraft and, of course, has been tricky landing on him. But we've even done that, too. Wow. Now what happens when an asteroid flies into the sun Does the What's the What's the result of that? You know, there again, a kind of Ah, interesting mystery question because we've never seen an asteroid as such fly into the sun, it would. It's too small and so by the time it got that close to the sun and disappear, but what you could figure it's going to just burn up. It's just gonna Vape arise. What we do see going into the sun is coming. That's comments are also not all that big, but because they turn into huge clouds that are very, very gaseous. You know there's hardly anything in them, but they're they reflect a lot of light so we can see comets crashing into the sun. And of course, the same thing happened to them. They vaporized long before they ever get even even close to that. That sort of Surface where the light most of light comes off of icy. Hey, can you stay with us? I'd be delighted. Thank you. It's great. All right, Doctor Crop is with us. The director of the Griffith.
Some Americans Could Receive A COVID-19 Vaccine Within A Few Days
"Could receive the covert 19 vaccine within the next few days. I do expect that this week We're gonna see the Fizer vaccine get authorized for use in the United States and FDA Committee set to vote on emergency use authorization for the vaccine as early as Thursday. Once approved, those first shots could be administered within 24 hours in Phoenix Hospital workers are now running through practice sessions for getting the vaccine from cold storage toe patients in their cars. Can I have you please roll up your sleeve? El PASO, Texas, one of the worst hit places in America, awaiting its first shipments? The city, even purchasing four buildings to service vaccination centers. Those were buildings that we thought were designed to be in the areas of the most vulnerable population here. This is our ultra cold freezer in North Carolina Duke University, bringing in ultra cold Freezer says the visor vaccine has to be stored at around 94 degrees below zero. Oversees this. London hospitals Stocking freezers with visors Vaccine already approved in the U. K immunizations begin their Tuesday but President elect Joe Biden has expressed skepticism as to whether the U. S. Is ready for its own own national national rollout. rollout. There There is is no no detailed detailed plan. plan. We've We've seen seen anyway. anyway. As As to to how how you you get get the the vaccine vaccine out out of of a a container. container. Into an injection syringe into somebody's arm, the head of Operation Warp speed, disputing that claim, saying they'll meet with the transition team soon, and I'm confident that together we will do the best we can to make sure the vaccines are delivered safely and effectively to all Americans. Dr. Mounts of slowly said the vaccine will first be given to the most vulnerable population so we could start to see an impact, slowing the spread among those groups by January or February, but nationally for everybody Believes we could start to see a return to normal life in April or May. ABC is
"94 degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"High of 61 degrees and then mostly Planning and scattered showers. Tomorrow breezy with a high of 60 degrees. That's 39 degrees right now, Let's check in with our 24 7 reporter Michael Bauer, now with the latest on covert the numbers and how soon vaccines might be available. Good morning, Michael. Yeah. Good morning to you, Ron. And the vaccines, According to President Trump are going to be available as early as this week. We're still waiting on meetings that will be taking place for Operation Warp speed and And looking at the Centers for Disease Control Prevention, laying up a guidelines for what the priorities will be for each vaccine, based upon recommendations from AH Group of experts know Nas, the advisory Committee on Immunization practices, so we're still waiting on some of those details. Now. Here's the thing when the government is responsible for the initial dispersion of this I kind of kind of look at it is the D. M V. Making our vaccines available to us. It's gonna be a lot of red tape. There's going to be a lot of, you know, co governmental interactions before things get done, But it's the beginning process. It's going to be a little bit rough. But we do know that the vaccine makers have been making vaccines going back for quite some time. Now. 24 7 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even before we got reports On what their effectiveness. The effectiveness of the three different vaccines between 90 and 95% works before we knew that they were pumping out vaccines before they get the FDA approval. They're pumping out these vaccines. So there's an expectation that we'll get to the point, probably closer to spring of 2021 for most health officials that anybody who wants to get a vaccine can get a vaccine, so it's going to take a little bit of time between now and then, and that the Initial perhaps what we'll call them at least at this point in time are the limited amount of vaccines that's going to be up to states to disperse the way they want to know. The Trump administration is saying they're going to give the vaccines to the most populous states first. From there, it's up to the states to determine who is going to get it is going to go to certain popular cities is going to go to county by county. You're looking at the possibility in the indication from the CDC, which will be get your front line health care workers. Vaccinated first, then start to move into people who are more vulnerable and that maybe the elderly it may move into the black and Latino communities who are suffering disproportionate rates of hospitalization and death from Cove in 19, But that will be on a state by state basis. The ability for the state to make a decision put them in a tough place. That's for sure. Because you're already gonna have people who are concerned about vaccines in general, anti vaccines that are out there and others were already feeling a little iffy about it that that could create shaky ground in the initial distribution of vaccines here, So that'll be an issue going forward. But rest assured that these vaccines that the companies have put together their They've got mass volumes out that they're not just looking at Inoculating 330 million Americans. They're looking at 10 times that amount in case things go wrong with a batch or if they have Ah, problem with shipping, And some of these cases have to ship these. The vaccines that 94 degrees minus 94 F, So it's got to be well under the amount of what we consider to be a regular freeze herbal or cold storage kind of a thing for distributors to could to ship. Those are going to be issues going forward. But there are people that have been working on the process. We will get to that point. There's just gonna be a delay between now and actually having. Most people have access to these vaccines. And even then run When you get the vaccine. You actually get the shot in your arm. It doesn't mean we're done. According to health officials, We need a broader immunization across the globe, not just in this country. Until we get contagion rates going down. We're going to have to continue to mass continue to socially distance even after we've received our vaccines. Okay? Michael Bauer from our 24 7 network with an update. Thanks, Michael. You gotta stay safe. Run you two. It's nine after seven. What's described as a mass shipment of fighters. Corona virus vaccine That's the one Michael just alluded to that has to be kept at 94 degrees below zero. Some of it landed at Chicago's International airport over the weekend. United Airlines started the ship, the product from Belgium to Chicago on Friday. It's unclear how many doses that were on board that flight and they were packed in dry ice to keep them at that 94 degrees below zero. Company claims its Corona virus vaccine has been found to be more than 95% effective to advisers to the CDC. Is Michael mentioned going to be tomorrow to decide who gets that vaccine. First advisers still waiting for the FDA to approve the vaccine. We don't see any hurdles to that approval, at least not right now, 10 minutes after seven o'clock, let's go to the roadways and Get into that traffic center again with Jon Hamm flick brought to us by Merrill Little Company now in Attleboro, that if I've ever signed up to 95 to $95 getting onto 95.
"94 degrees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Applause, but but in entering dynamic that comes into play here. Here's what he told Reuters. One of the problems with it is that it is a complicated technology, and it also requires deep freezer minus 94 degrees. Minus 94 degrees. Is that gonna be hard to distribute throughout the United States and throughout the world or are there is enough carriers that have a Refrigeration system That's minus 94 degrees. Well, you know, the answer to that. Tony is that that is going to be very difficult. The the cold storage that visor Is going to need that this vaccine, But I will tell you that fighter is trying to create a special device to help with the story, so that should make it easier, especially for countries that will not be able to afford. You know, these Really low temperature freezes that they will need so Pfizer is trying to create. I think it's a GPS monitored cold storage thing that they're going. Tio used to give to page to give two individuals that would not be able to do that cold storage. All right, Doctor. Wild world quickly. I wanted to ask you. The FDA yesterday also cleared an experimental drug from Eli Lilly that was worked on with the President Trump for people Age 12 on older. With mild or moderate to cover 19th is this one of symptomatic treatment that you have had some real hope in as far as keeping the condition from getting worse? Yes, I doesn't anything This will add to or to box with treatment options.
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"ABC from meteorologist currently in Mesa. It's 94 degrees weather brought to you by Howard Air, and it is 602. Now TA are breaking. I'm thrilled to be back in Arizona. Yes, President Trump is returning to our state for 1/6 time. This campaign season, Martha Mauer begins our expanded team coverage on Arizona votes. 2020 enjoys this lie with Mohr on Trump's just announced visit. That's right. Becky President Trump will make another push in Arizona voters by hosting to campaign stops next week. He will hold rallies Monday at the press Get into son airports The press could rally will happen at noon before the three PM event in Tucson. Trump had appeared in Arizona five times already this year, and other members of his campaign have also made numerous visits, including Vice President Mike Pence, both his sons, Eric and Don junior, as well as Ivanka Trump. The president had campaign stops scheduled for earlier this month in Tucson and flat stuff, but they were canceled because he was in quarantine after contracting Corona virus. Meanwhile, Biden and running mate Kamala Harris had visited Arizona once during this election cycle. You can read more on the president's visit in northern and Southern Arizona on Monday at dot com Live in the new center on Martha Mauer. Katie Our News. Arizona votes Good to be back with my LDS friends. The president's son Don Jr just wrapped up in LDS for Trump event in Mesa, Griselda Latino was there and joins us live to tell us more..
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"That Piper in New York. The Corona virus continues to wreak havoc in the Sunshine State. Florida just set a record for daily hospitalizations, and correspondent Jim Carcela says that's not all Florida's skyrocketing covert 19 death rate is now the highest in the nation, edging out Texas, which has about 25% more people. Despite that. Republican governor Rond De Santis is optimistic when it comes to Corona virus. We're going to get through it. I think we are on the right right course I think we will continue to see improvements. The past week, Florida has averaged 115 Culver deaths today. The daily average a month ago was 33. Jim Krystle, a CBS News speaking at an event last hour in Delaware, Joe Biden says President Trump has failed the American people president supposed to care. So leave Take responsibility. Never give up. That's a presidents are supposed to do. Senators on Capitol Hill are meeting to go over another krone virus relief Bill. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the new package size is getting kids back to schools this fall, as well as helping others. Republicans are laser focused on getting American workers their jobs back. Our bill took several specific incentives Tahar and retain workers and turn the dials on those policies. Well, President Trump has signed it order aimed at reducing the political power of states with large illegal immigrant populations. If it survives court challenges, the move could affect the Electoral college as well as the mark makeup of the House. Correspondents. Even Portnoy explains. The memo has the president directing the Census Bureau to exclude illegal immigrants from the determination of how many seats in the house each state will have for the next decade. Critics who planned an instant legal challenge say it's a blatantly unconstitutional move. They sank. The 14th amendments requirement that reapportionment be based on the whole number of persons in each state. President's directive compares illegal immigrants to tourists and those here on business and says for the purposes of reapportionment, they shouldn't be counted. CBS News has learned that investigators in New Jersey belief Federal Judge Esther Sallis was the intended target during a shooting at her home and said her husband was critically injured. Her son shot dead CBS's Meg Oliver says the suspect was found dead from an apparent suicide but may be linked to another killing. While the federal investigation continues. A law enforcement source says the shooting May be linked to a murder of a prominent men's rights movement attorney in California. He was shot earlier this month by a gunman wearing a delivery man uniform. The Dow right now up 281 points. S and P is also up by 19. NASDAQ Down 17. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can visit rocket mortgage dot com today. Good afternoon. Glad to have you with us. At 303 on Tuesday, July the 21st 94 degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Hillary Howard. Our top local story is the decision by the largest school system in the region on whether tohave online learning only at the start of the school year during this pandemic, Fairfax County School Superintendent Scott Bray branch this afternoon recommended that all public students begin the year online. The school superintendent has told the county school board he's putting the health and safety first of teachers, students and families. I am recommending today that we begin to tooth out. 22,021 school year, 100 per cent virtual Superintendent Scott Great, Brand says. While Corona virus numbers have declined in the county since last month, there were increasing each day and the pandemic has worsened. Nationally. The Koven 19 pandemic looks much different than it did. Even three weeks ago. Parents and teachers were given the option to choose between an all virtual learning plan or a plan the combined in person learning with distance learning. First day of school for students will be September 8th. Dick Uliano w T. O P knew we're still waiting to hear from Louden and Stafford counties, which will meet later today. Last night, the Manassas Park City School board voted unanimously to start the year online and begin those online classes after Labor Day. Meantime, the DMV these upward trend in new infections US continues in Virginia. The most sobering news revolves around the number of jets. The Commonwealth says there are 17 new deaths, the highest daily number in more than 10 days. There are also close to 1000 new infections. Maryland is also watching a spike in deaths. There are 20 of thumb the highest daily number in more than two weeks, and the state's counting nearly 900 new infections. De CES number of infections is also higher. There are more than 80 new cases and one death. Meantime, six of Maryland's largest counties heir asking the state to consider reinstating restrictions over Copan, 19 cases virus numbers, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says not only cases but rate of transmission, which has been trending up since it loosened restrictions last month, he thinks the state should consider rolling them back. The letter was sent by all of the health officers in the top six counties that represent over 80% of the Corona virus cases in the state of Maryland, asking the department Health to, um to consider these changes at the state level. Meanwhile, health director Dr Lin Eshkol Leanna Rahman says they're seeing Mohr cases in the age range from teens to thirties and because more people are going out, one sick person is potentially exposing Mohr contacts. Megan Cloherty. W T. 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