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"al rocker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"al rocker" Discussed on X96
"And Jean Paul Belmondo and Jean Seaburg, French Kind of crime caper New Wave crime caper. Uh, he was pretty cool, pretty amazing. He was 79. I think. Also tragedy. One of a kind. Truly one of a kind, Yes. Bozo the clown. Oh, the the original Rama. He was bozo the clown. Oh, yes, he was the original Ronald McDonald. And he was Willard Scott. Happy 1/100 birthday, too. As my my sister said, What? What? What a cruel turn of events that will er did not make it to 100. Only 87 only made it to 87. Anybody should have made it to 100 people that people don't know Willard Scott weatherman. National weather man used to part of his stick was going to visit people who turn 200 or or and he didn't go visit heating. Sometimes he did. So the way that happened so he was the he was before al Rocker. Al Rocker took over for Willard Scott when Willard retired from the Today show. But the way that happened was somebody just wrote in and said, Would you have Willard wish my, You know, Grandmother Happy birthday or could will or do that, and he decided he would do it. And it became a big thing. Then, once a week, he would do these Announcement of people who have made I think, and it was almost always to 100 right now. All of those centenarians are greeting him in hell. Oh, and then also tragedy, one of a kind and original. Michael K. Williams. Who played Omar Little in the wire, Chalky white in Boardwalk empire. Numerous other roles. He was in a I didn't know he was in a series. Just finished its second season. Um, he was only 54. He was found. Dead.
"al rocker" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And Nome where all around the same age now growing up as kids. We watch the Today show right before you went to school. And the great personality on the Today show was Willard Scott. He was the weather, man. You guys remember Willard Scott? Of course. Sure. He was the first weatherman. I think whoever became a celebrity in his own right before Al rocker. There was Willard Scott. And by the way, we should try to get al on the show for a few minutes. Natalie today I think you texted him because he replaced Willard. I believe as the weatherman on the Today show, and and that was great, great personality. But before that weatherman were Well, they were kind of race stages. Like you know, they just, uh, deliver deliver the weather, Not a lot of fun, but I'm getting raised great. But here's the thing about Willard. So, uh, he joined The NBC affiliate as a was and he was in radio first, And then he became a weatherman at WRC TV, an NBC affiliate in Washington, and he had no Training as a weatherman. He had did not have a degree in science before he became a weather man. He was get this. The original Ronald McDonald in the early Ronald McDonald ads, and he played Bozo the Clown. So his training to be a weatherman, was he? He was a clown. And he said about being a weatherman, he said, um He said. Listen to terrain gorilla could do it. The only scientific asset you need is the telephone number of the National Weather Service. Now I would love Natalie to get race stage you can can we get him in a few minutes? Because I'd love to know his reaction because I think Ray studied weather for about 20 years or something like that to get a PhD in it. And there was old Willard Scott. No clue about how to do the weather. And yet he was so wildly entertaining. We loved him. He was great. And you know what you forgot like I was reading is a bit in the New York Times this morning that he would dress up so sometimes he one time he came on this Carmen Miranda. Another time is Boy, George. And then he would wear off and on the to pay, and he would point to it when he was doing his A Today's My hair Day. Today is not my hair day, and he didn't care. He just didn't care. And and he was also sort of controversial police among the staff of the Today show because they saw themselves, of course, the serious journalists even morning, Brokaw, Jane Pauley, all those serious type people. Yeah, there was there was one. Um, uh, correspondence between Bryant Gumbel and the management at NBC, where he complained, he said, I don't want this clown. On my show. It's ruining the integrity of the Today show. Yet he was the most popular guy on the Today show by far, far and away. Absolutely. And Brian Gumbel was always kind of a cranky guy. I thought I thought his demeanor was a little bit cranky, whereas Willard was fun. But so will it's got has died at 87 years old. It reminds me Speaking of doing the weather, and I can't believe it's that hard of a job. I really like to grill Cedric on this one. Do you remember that? You guys may not know this? But when someone like Carol Channing would tour The country and hello, Dolly As part of the publicity for the tour, she would do the weather in the morning on the local morning show, right and she would do the weather and she would say thing. I remember her saying This is funny shooting Well, we're going to get a lot of rain today. But you know where the sun is Always shining at the auditorium Theatre. I'm sorry. Did Hello, Dolly. It was brilliant. And the other one. He used to do it. Paul Lynde. When Paul Linwood tour I got to find this clip because it's hilarious. Paul Linwood. He would do the weather in this I can only describe it as a rather campy way. It's oh, and look, there's something swirl it over there. So anyway, But they all they all learned from Willard Scott. I mean, he just had a great time in life. We have a little and he was the Smucker's guy, right? You have a little clip of Willard here and here if you will,.
"al rocker" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Morning, Willie. I'm singing too much Jane while standing in a raid like that's my agent. They're juggling doing that with my career for 40 years. Happy birthday to you. You belong in a zoo. Happy birthday to all of our friends who have birthdays Today I'm going to be fading off into the sunset. Yes, sir. After 130 years at NBC. And I'm going over yonder. Alright. Where's yonder will be under happy train? There you go. Willard Scott, passing away at the age of 87. No cause of death has been given. As of yet he spent 65 years At NBC. 65 years, joining Tom Brokaw all Jane Pauley on the Today show Back in 1980, where he wished viewers happy birthday When they hit 100. He stepped aside as a regular weatherman in 96. He was replaced by Al Rocker. And you continue to make regular appearances until his retirement in 2015. As you recall seeing show up and do those birthdays. Here's Here's the fact that it's always been interesting to me about Willard Scott talk about an interesting career. End up where he did 65 years at NBC and just beloved on the today show, But he is the guy that created and was the first person to portray Ronald McDonald. Which is pretty cool thing, so oh, yeah, he did all kinds of interesting stuff. Al rocker tweeting out. Quote. We lost a beloved member of the Today show family this morning. Truly my second dad. And I am where I am today because of his generous spirit. Willard was a man of his times The ultimate broadcaster. Don't you have to be a certain age to have your birthday mentioned on the today to be 100? Okay, And so he didn't Make it there. But I honestly thought that he was older than 87. To be honest with you because he always looked older to me on television. Not in a bad way. Just I thought it was more mature, I guess. But, yeah, Wow, 65 years, though, that's a big career 65 years. That's a long time. Oh, gosh. How much longer do I have? Uh, As long as it takes Bill That's long as it takes. That's the attitude. I like that. I like that attitude a lot. I think she did as a kid that you'd realize now you look back and you go. Holy smokes. I did that. Disappear. It would appear to be dangerous now did have some folks check in with us, and we had this one off of our text line. The access talk Access Wdun talk text line presented by em in our rentals. You can join us 770535 to 911 and this texture says used to jump off a bridge into the canal in South Florida. We have some bridge jumpers here back in the day. Yeah. Isn't there a pipe somewhere that people used to jump off of? There's several of them, actually, Yeah. Yeah, I mean that. My wife informed me. We were somewhere in this one particular cove. And she said, Yeah, that's does that pipe. I think we walked across that Piper. You know they were. Oh, yeah, no, not happening. Yeah, not not happening. Not at all. Also heard from Kurt this morning on our Facebook fan, Page said, Growing up in South Florida, What is it with you? Florida people I growing up in South Florida We would go fishing in the Everglades, so as we would catch brim from the boat, we would feed them to the Gators that would follow behind us in the boat. Oh, Okay? Yeah. So I guess that's paying them off. So they don't hate you. Is that what that is? Oh, gosh. No, that's okay. Yeah. Yeah, that's too close. No, that is Yeah, not at all. But you can let us know on our Facebook fan page things you did as a kid that just nowadays you probably wouldn't do it for love nor money. It's six at nine minutes rather nine minutes away from seven o'clock 6 51 w D you B. J has look at headlines of under traffic in the forecast from the Access W Demon Hardy Chevrolet Newsroom bill A suspect accused of shooting and wounding seven people in Athens Sunday morning, has now turned himself into law enforcement. 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"al rocker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's obviously a good idea. Americans are losing their unemployment benefits. This Labor Day is pandemic unemployment programs expire today. That means 7.5 million unemployed Americans will stop getting an extra $300 a week in benefits. Many states had already ended the pandemic benefit, with governors claiming it was keeping people from taking available jobs. The East Coast is expected to see life threatening surf and rip current conditions this week due to Hurricane Larry as it's it's about 1000 miles southeast of Bermuda. It has winds of 120 MPH, which makes it a Category three storm. Moving to the northwest at 10 MPH Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott is dead at the age of 87 current today. Show Weatherman Al Rocker. Remember the legend? What you saw was what you got who he was on camera was who he was. Off camera and and I'm I'm I know I'm the better for it, And so were a lot of other people posting on social media Saturday broker said he passed peacefully this morning surrounded by his family. That's the latest time Lisa Taylor and I'm Karen Chase from the Bloomberg newsroom U. S. Stock futures have been writing and European stocks have been inching closer to record highs. As investors bet that slower hiring in the world's largest economy could delay a tapering of Federal reserve stimulus. The latest U. S jobs report through traders. Calculations are right after they had been bracing for an announcement of tapering at the Fed's September meeting. The footsie in London closed up 52, the CAC in Paris was up 54. The DAX in Germany is up. 1 51, the Nikkei and Japan surged 532 points. The Hang sang in Hong Kong closed up 262 and China's C S. I 300 up 91 Moderna has completed its submission to US regulators to get its covid booster shot approved. Alisa Parenti tells US approval could come very soon. Now that the data is with the FDA regulators will determine whether or not to support clearing a third shot to enhance the immune protection afforded by the existing dosage. The rapid spread of the Delta variant has some worried about the efficacy of the kinds of vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer. The concern is that the messenger RNA vaccines Might lose effectiveness in months. The FDA has a meeting of its Vaccine Advisory committee, scheduled for one week from today on the 14th Alisa Parenti Bloomberg Radio. Thailand is opening up again for more tourism, hoping that a higher rate of vaccines will revive one of its most important industries in Indonesia. The rate of infections is also easing with new cases of the lowest since May. Banksy's most controversial work of art is coming back. Remember the painting that shredded itself as it was being auctioned off? It's being re offered for sale at the same venue at a price range of between 5.5 Million and $8.3 Million. The name of the painting. Love is in the bin Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 27,000, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Karen Chase, and this is Bloomberg. I'm Barry results. You're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is Professor Robert Sheldon E. He is the author of Influence The Psychology of Persuasion, which has sold more than five million copies. The newest version of this is out, and it is substantially revised and expanded. I have to start with a quote from the new version of the book that that I found quite fascinating quote a central assertion of this book. Is that our choice of what to say or do Immediately before making an appeal significantly affects its persuasive success. But there's a related choice that occurs even before that one. It's whether on ethical grounds. To try to attain success in such a way. That's the beginning of chapter. 13 discuss why you thought it was important to dedicate a big chunk of the book to this Because of the principles we talk about in the book are dynamite. And we've got position of dynamite, so we have to use it ethically. We can use these principles for ill or we can use it for them for good. And the clear recommendation is if we use them in an ethical, responsible way we build relationships. We build long term sustainable exchange histories with people. And that continues into the future. If we use it to to exploit or deceive or coerce people into change, we may get that change in the immediate situation, But we've we've essentially, um Created an adversary. Uh, somebody who resent Being pushed or tricked into ascent. So, uh, in fact, Richard Taylor, you know, Nobel laureate in in one of the endorsements for the book. Here's what he says about the book. There's dynamite here, Please What? Use what you learn with care? That's a very wise thing for him to say. Not surprisingly, Nobel Prize winner. So It's the ethics of the process that are so important to producing long term relationships that continue to pay off for us. That's quite fascinating. You know, I mentioned earlier that you had gone undercover at Car dealerships and and charities and insurance sales place. There's a line that has always stayed with me from the book, which is quote the number one rule for sales people is to show customers you genuinely like them. Why is this so important for a salesperson to demonstrate affection to a customer or a client? Because people like those who like them. And now we're into the second principle of influence leaking that allows us to be more influential if we can arrange for people to feel a sense of reports sense of liking for us. Before we begin the process. We're halfway there already to assent before we even deliver the request or the recommendation or the proposal. Right? And so one way to do that is to turn the rule that I always heard in every one of these training programs on its ear. We were always told if you want to get somebody to say yes to you for your request or proposal. Get them to like you. Alright? And then there are various ways to get them to like you. But one thing I recognized is that the way you the best way to do it. To come to like them. And show them that you like them and down Come the Barriers to change because they know that if You like them, You're going to steer them correctly. That's what we do with the people we like. That's what we do with our friends. And the And the fact is, they will be right if you truly come to like somebody You will try to give that person the best possible arrangement because of that sense of report and affection you have for that person. So that's what we can do, because We can control how much we like other people more than we can control, whether they like us or how much they like us. So let's work on ourselves. Find things that are genuinely praiseworthy about that person. Right. It may take a little longer for certain people and other people, but you can do it. Focus on that and let that person know. Give them a compliment a genuine compliment or find things that are genuinely similar. Between you and that person. Not only do we like people who who like us We like people who are like us members of the same tribe. That's right, quite interesting. Coming up..
"al rocker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Issuing a major disaster declaration after surveying the damage remnants of hurricane either cause last week, President Biden is set to tour some of the hardest hit areas of New York City and New Jersey on Tuesday. Millions are taking to the skies this Labor Day weekend. The T S A says 7.2 million passengers have been screened since Thursday at the nation's airports. High water mark came on Friday when more than 2.1 million went through security. That number hasn't been seen since mid August. Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott has passed away. He was 87 current today show weatherman Al Rocker remembered the legend. What you saw was what you got who he was on camera was who he was. Off camera and and I'm I'm I know I'm the better for it, and so were a lot of other people. Scott joined NBC's Today show in 1980. He may be best known for wishing Happy Birthday to people celebrating the 1/100 birthday. I'm Michael Kastner. And I'm an case from the Bloomberg newsroom. The delta variant continues to threaten the global economy. Hiring in the U. S was the slowest in seven months, and the coronavirus continues to hurt supply chains and the delivery of key products. With the issue building as the holiday shopping season approaches and overseas trading, the foot's in London is up 70.67%, the CAC in Paris is gaining 0.74%. The DAX in Germany is a 0.91%. The Nikkei and Japan gained more than 1.8% bank, saying in Hong Kong closed up 1% and China's CC 300 Rose 1.87%. Home builder Taylor Morrison is the stock to watch when trading resumes on Wall Street tomorrow, we're from Bloomberg. Stoney's Pellegrini Taylor Morrison says. Even as demand for homes cooled a bit, it is still holding those drawings for people who want a chance to purchase its homes in hot markets like Austin and Phoenix, an analyst Albertans, the stock is cheap compared to its peers by several measures. Homebuilders also promising to boost gross margins and the number of communities that builds while simplifying floor plans for efficiency. Analysts also say rising home prices could fatten profits, although on the other hand any scaling back in Fed stimulus that results in rising mortgage rates could curb Taylor Morrison's profits. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. Adviser booster may be approved by September 20th but possibly not the Moderna one, according Dr Anthony Fauci, Fauci, president Biden's chief medical advisor, tells CBS's face the nation They're still waiting for more data from Moderna on safety and efficacy. Reason for that, is that we as we've said, right from the very beginning. We're not going to do anything unless it gets the the appropriate FDA regulatory approval and then the recommendation from the advisory Committee on Immunization practices. That is Dr Anthony Fauci on CBS's Face. The Nation heard Sundays on Bloomberg Radio. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I mean, Cates, this is Bloomberg. Broadcasting from the financial capital of the world. Bloomberg 11 Frio in New York to Washington, D. C. Bloomberg 99. 12, Boston, Bloomberg 161. To San Francisco Bloomberg 9 16 to the country, Sirius, XM Chamber 1, 19 and around the Globe. The Bloomberg business.
"al rocker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And Willard Scott, the beloved weatherman who charmed viewers of NBC's Today show with his self deprecating humor and cheerful personality is passed away. He was 87 years old, a successor, Al Rocker. Announced that Scott died peacefully Saturday morning surrounded by family. He began his 65 year career at NBC as an entry level page at an affiliate station in Washington, D. C. He rose to become the weather forecaster on the nation's flagship morning show for more than three decades. Course, his trademark giving the on air birthday greetings to viewers who turned 100 years old by putting them on the faces of Smucker's jelly jars, something that continues to this day. Scott also played Bozo the Clown when he hosted a Children's TV show in the 19 sixties and Ronald McDonald and commercials in the Washington area. Yeah, alright P two a legend Willard Scott and I was a very, very, very young child when he was on the year and I remember watching the forecast before we would leave and As a child and 1st 2nd, possibly even third grade. I couldn't fathom somebody reaching 100 year salt. I still can't. I mean, it's It's incredible, but Obviously I can't. I can't now. But yeah, it's an incredible feat. And they still do it to this day are AP to a legend. Take us with you Wherever you go Download the talk, Streamline free mobile app reach out to me anytime across the board on social media. Matt Matt Ray talk. Use the Hashtag America's first.
"al rocker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm Robin Banks Cocos next real time traffic at 5 30. Alright, weather wise. We're looking for mostly sunny skies today and I don't know a hive right around Doug 69 on the coast. You know, Koko into your side is 5 22. It's time for the Labor Department's August employment report indicating the pace of hiring slowed a little bit compared to previous months. Economists say. Covid 19 delta variant discourage people from Flying from shopping, etcetera. In other news, we have San Diego International Airport barely pretty busy at the airport, but not as busy as it used to be on Labor Day weekends prior to the pandemic, officials say. Sunday was the biggest travel day, at least by error. Now, prices remain unusually high. During this Labor day, the average price for a gallon of gas here in San Diego dropped Just 2/10 of a cent 4 35 a gallon The average price is still a dollar 12 higher than a year ago. That's according to figures from Triple A and they could go even higher. This is because of an oil rig spill in the Gulf after Hurricane Ida blasted through the Gulf Now what's interesting about that is we don't get our gas from Louisiana. We manufacture our own gas. We refined our own gas in California because you have to have a special blend. So there is no reason that that should actually affect us. But it does. As all things do. Car prices have shot up in the availability has vanished because of a shortage of computer chips. Now, some experts say it could get worse before it gets better. The average price of a new car is up more than $8000 compared to two years ago. And just as relief seemed in sight, a backslide with the surge in Covid 19 cases from the Delta variant, several Asian auto grade chip producers. Have delayed a return to normal auto production, keeping the supply artificially low. Analysts now say record high consumer prices for vehicles new and used as well as rental cars will extend into next year and perhaps until 2023 shortages include not just chips, but many other parts needed for automobile production, as well as for farm equipment, industrial machinery, sportswear, kitchen accessories and more. Some 40% of Americans say they use self checkout at the grocery store to keep from being judged by a cashier. Why is that five pints of Hagen DAAs and three gallons of really cheap whiskey? I'm judging you. The survey was conducted by one poll on behalf of Kroger and found the same number of people have left a checkout line to find an item they saw in another shopper's cart, apparently their shop envy. The poll also attract other bizarre data like the fact that shoppers who explore every ill Are more likely to be fans of horror movies. I mean, okay. Legendary. Today show weatherman Willard Scott has died. Scott Carr has the story network colleague Al Rocker posted the news of Willard Scott's death Saturday before joining the Today Show was a weatherman in 1980. Scott made a living clowning around later literally, is boto the clown but starting out at radio TV in the nation's capital, going back to 1955, the other joyful boys of radio. I'm no. How's the worm turd? Willard Scott landed a gig is the first Ronald McDonald character on TV. The stunts, then continuing for NBC dressing up as Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda in 1983 to secure $1000 donation. Reports say Scott passed away at his Virginia home following a brief illness. He was 87. If we weren't fired, we will be now I'm Scott car. Now We have a look at news about your money with Bloomberg and Alisa Parenti, as many companies focus on their loyalty programs, one consultant things they might do better to consider what's really going on when a customer reaches for the same brand time and again. What we're not getting, too are the real instinctive drivers and barriers of choice. Leslie's ain't founder. Triggers brand consulting says customers don't shop based on brands they feel loyal to. Instead, the decisions are grounded in the pathways of our brains. There is this network of associations cumulative memories about a brand that get glued to that brand over time, some going back as far as childhood. The key to success, she says, is having a larger share of positive memories than rivals. So how do new companies find success against big established brands by adding a lot of positive associations really quickly to their brain? And adding a lot of negative associations to the large legacy brand simultaneously. And that's a 12 that could pack more punch than a loyalty rewards program. Alisa Parenti Bloomberg radio. Why a police canine is in critical condition. We have that story on the way traffic and weather Kogan use time. 5 27. Oh, I could see there was For? Yeah, Just this is one of those songs that kid happy. It's a song that put you in a happy place, man. Yeah, my Lord. I'm Nancy Grace breaking crime news. Now 32 year old David Morris will spend the next 38 plus years in prison for stabbing his girlfriend dead in front of their five year old son. He is convicted of premeditated.
"al rocker" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"If you shop online, you will really notice the price increase in the the delay in shipping well. Willard Scott, the beloved weatherman who charmed the viewers of NBC's Today show with his self deprecating humor in a cheerful personality is Passed away at the age of 87, his successor, Al Rocker, announcing that Scott died peacefully Saturday. Surrounded by family. Scott began his 65 year career at NBC as an entry level page. And an affiliate in Washington, D. C. He rose to become the weather forecaster on the network's flagship morning show for more than three decades. His trademark, of course, giving the on air birthday greetings to viewers who turned 100 by putting their faces on Smucker's jelly jars. Scott also played Bozo the clown when he hosted a Children's show in the sixties and Ronald McDonald and commercials in the Washington area. An icon Alright P two a legend Willard Scott, I remember Is a very, very, very young child getting ready for school or wherever we were headed and always got to watch the weather report and couldn't fathom somebody reaching 100 years old when I was in second or third grade. More breaking news on the way you've got a F and good morning. You sometimes see them flying or running across the floor? Yeah, Bugs. I loathe bugs. They're unhealthy, Gross and disgusting. We keep a clean home, but occasionally bugs show up. Well, I found something that is tougher than Bugs Orange Guard on contact. It kills ants, Roaches, fleas and a bunch of other bugs. Plus Orange Guard is a residual repellent. All of the ingredients of orange.
"al rocker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dr Anthony Fauci says the plan is still to roll out the Covid 19 booster by the September 20th deadline. So it looks good. I mean, I think it's going to be at the most Couple of weeks. A few week delay, if any, Speaking on CBS's face the nation, the White House chief medical advisor said research is being done to save a person who received the Moderna vaccine can get the fighter booster shot because of availability he had the plan right now is to give people the same brand of vaccine when it's time for the booster. Maryland governor Larry Hogan and Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir say it's not a red against blue issue when it comes to misinformation related to Covid 19 in vaccines. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press, the two governors detail the challenges of trying to get people vaccinated in their states, with misinformation still spreading fast. If I had the ability to do it right now, we would have a masking order when you are in public. Indoors. We know that's a proven way to slow the spread of the virus. Bashir, a Democrat, says he's bringing in FEMA and sending the national Guard the hardest hit areas. Meanwhile, Republican governor Hogan says he's very proud of the fact that Maryland has a very high vaccination rate. Hogan noted. He was critical of former President Trump's actions early in the pandemic is now criticizing the Biden administrations messaging on booster shots and when they will be available. Congressman Michael McCaul says hundreds of U. S citizens and Afghan allies are stuck in Afghanistan, Mark Mayfield reports. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, the Texas Republican said zero people have been evacuated since American troops pulled out of that war torn nation at the end of August. He suggested. That's because the Taliban are holding them hostage. He added. The situation is worse than before the 9 11 attacks because now the Taliban has US weapons. Vice President Harris He's going to campaign for embattled California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday ahead of the state's recall elections set to take place next week trip by Harris, former senator from the Golden State will make her the highest profile Democrat to campaign for the governor. Michael Kastner. Police are investigating the deaths of two adults and two kids whose bodies were found inside a burning home in southwest Houston yesterday morning. After putting out the fire, firefighters found the bodies of a man, a woman and two Children, all of whom had gunshot wounds. Investigators say that this look like the result of domestic violence, since there was no sign of forced entry into the home. The victim's names haven't been released. Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott has died. Scott Car reports. Network colleague Al Rocker posted the news of Willard Scott's death Saturday before joining the Today Show was a weatherman in 1980. Scott made a living clowning around later literally, is boto.
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"Afternoon. We're going to top out in the mid seventies in many places that see some increasing sun breaks. And tomorrow sunshine really takes over on the holiday. We're gonna go to the mid to upper seventies on Monday, Upper seventies lower eighties for Tuesday and Wednesday. And a couple of systems there in San companies. Former President Donald Trump is now sharing his first reaction to the Supreme Court's decision earlier this week not to stop the controversial abortion restrictions in Texas from becoming law. He spoke to full measure in his first one on one broadcast interview since leaving office in January following his loss in the general election last November. Both sides seem to agree that this ruling is largely your doing based on the Supreme Court picks that you made. Do you agree with the ruling? Well, I will tell you this. We do have a Supreme Court. That's a lot different than it was before it was Acting very strangely, and I think probably not in the interests of our country. I'm studying it right now. I know that, uh, the ruling was very complex and also probably temporary. I think other things will happen. And that will be the big deal in the big picture, so we'll see what would happen, But we're studying the ruling and was studying also what what they've done in Texas. But we have great confidence in the governor and the attorney general and The lieutenant governor. There's a lot of great people in Texas and we have a lot of fans and a lot of support in Texas, so will be announcing something over the next week or two weeks. Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott has died. Scott Car reports. Network colleague Al Rocker posted the news of Willard Scott's death Saturday before joining the Today Show As a weatherman in 1980. Scott made a living clowning around later, literally as boto the clown but starting out at radio TV.
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"I'm Cameron Fairchild. Federal unemployment assistance is about to end as the Covid 19 Delta variant is spreading across the country. But Mark Hamrick, senior analyst with bankrate dot com, says the picture is not all bleak. It's reassuring that we're not seeing a large level of layoffs, and we're not seeing the large level of new applications run employment benefit expanded federal unemployment benefits provided by the American rescue plan earlier this year are ending on Monday, September 6th if they weren't already cancelled in your state, the federal Government is pulling the plug on the benefits, which include an extra $300 a week, extra weeks and a special program for gig workers and the self employed. These programs have delivered nearly $800 billion in assistance during the Covid pandemic, and September six will be the largest cut off of unemployment benefits in history. I'm Mike Bauer, Florida's governor, continues efforts to ban Covid 19 vaccine passports. Speaking in Pensacola Governor Ron DeSantis said he has been vaccinated and he's offended that someone would make him show proof just to go to arrest. Stronger live life, the governor added. The passports create two classes of citizens. The Florida Department of Health is planning to levy $5000 fines on businesses, governments and educational institutions requiring proof of vaccination from the public. I'm Rico show while unemployment dropped broadly with the release of the August jobs report, one community saw no growth. Unemployment among black workers rose from 8.2% in July, 28.8% in August while Every other racial demographic saw a dip in jobless claims. The increase comes as black participation rose in the labor force last month and is roughly tied for the rate of white workers with more than 61%. I'm Brian shook today show weatherman Willard Scott is dead at 87 Al Rocker says Scott passed away Saturday broker called Scott, a beloved member of the Today show family and the ultimate broadcaster. I'm Cameron Fairchild, and I'm Susanna Palmer. In the Bloomberg News Room, a unit of Guinea's military seized power and suspended the constitution, destabilizing the West African nation. That's a key source of the raw material used to make aluminum. Ahead of Guinea's special forces announced the takeover on state TV today and urged the armed forces to back him. President Joe Biden plans to visit parts of New York City and New Jersey that.
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"The Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg 11 3. Oh now Global news update. The United States reports four times as many covid 19 cases this weekend as it did last Labor Day, 62% of Americans have received at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine. With the rapidly spreading Delta variant hospitalizations are twice as high as they were this time last year, the Centers for Disease Control urges against traveling over the long holiday weekend. Cleanup crews are working to contain an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, where Hurricane Ida tore through last week. The oil slick is estimated to be at least 10 Miles wide. Category three Hurricane could brush by Bermuda this week. Hurricane Larry is about 900 miles east of the Caribbean islands with winds of 125 MPH. Today. Show weatherman Willard Scott is dead at the age of 87. Al Rocker says Scott was the ultimate broadcaster. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. You're listening to balance of power with David Weston. On Bloomberg Radio. The August jobs report fell short of expectations, at least on the headline number. Hiring slowed sharply, with employers adding 235,000 jobs in.
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"United States reports four times as many covid 19 cases this weekend as it did last Labor Day, 62% of Americans have received at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine. With the rapidly spreading Delta variant hospitalizations are twice as high as they were this time last year, the Centers for Disease Control urges against traveling over the long holiday weekend. Cleanup crews are working to contain an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, where Hurricane Ida tore through last week. The oil slick is estimated to be at least 10 Miles wide. Category three Hurricane could brush by Bermuda this week. Hurricane Larry is about 900 miles east of the Caribbean islands with winds of 125 MPH. Today. Show weatherman Willard Scott is dead at the age of 87. Al Rocker says Scott was the ultimate broadcaster. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom, a unit of Guinea's military seized power and suspended the constitution, destabilizing the West African nation. That's a key source of the raw material used to make aluminum. Ahead of Guinea's special forces announced the takeover on state television today and urged the armed forces to back him. He said the action was taken to address financial mismanagement and corruption under Guinea President Alpha Conde President Joe Biden plans to visit parts of New York City and New Jersey that suffered damage when remnants of Hurricane Ida hit the region with flash flooding that killed at least 40 people. Biden will travel to Manville, New Jersey and Queens on Tuesday to serve a storm damage. Renters in New York will have protection from evictions until at least January. 15th of 2022 Is after New York state lawmakers voted to extend an eviction moratorium late last week. White House chief of staff run Clain says the Covid response team is ready to roll out booster vaccines whenever the FDA approves them. No one's going to get boosters until the FDA says. Approved until the CDC advisory committee makes a recommendation. Clain was interviewed on CNN's state of the Union. America's oil Explorers reduced drilling activity by the most since the height of the pandemic last year. But don't expect those rigs to stay idle for long as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet. The lion's share of the 16 oil rigs that went inactive were in the Gulf of Mexico, where crews stop work to get out of the way of Hurricane Ida as it swept through the region, according to Baker Hughes data. It is the biggest weekly rig drop since early June of last year. The rig count is a closely watched metric because it is indicative of future crude production. Charlie Pellet Bloomberg Radio Global News 24 Hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. You're listening to balance and power with David Weston on Bloomberg Radio. The fate of constitutional abortion rights is in question, as the Supreme Court said to consider overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade case in the coming months, and justices this week declined to block a new Texas law banning abortions.
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"The charter flights. Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott has died. These are fantastic onions from Washington State Wallop wallop. Where is going to be about 95 degrees today? So colleague Al Rocker posting the news on Social media saying Willard Scott passed peacefully Saturday morning surrounded by his family. Willard Scott was 87, nearly a third of Americans live in a county that's been hit by a weather disaster just in the past three months. Washington Post Analysis of federal disaster declaration shows 64% live in places that experienced a multi day heatwave and many in the Southwest are about to get hit. With that again. Forecasters say a high pressure system is coaching the mercury to rise between five and 15 degrees higher than average starting today, lasting the next few days and comedian few Kwan Johnson and two others are dead after a suspected drug overdose. I wish I had a British accent means me like Peter Parker. TMC, saying 1/4 person comedian Kate Quigley also hospitalized in critical condition after police arrived and found them dead or unresponsive in an L. A apartment. Police believe the for ingested cocaine laced with fentanyl. Scott Carr, NBC news radio Search for five missing sailors whose military helicopter crashed off the coast of California Tuesday has been called off. The Navy says it's now a recovery mission and the five missing sailors are declared dead. The Navy says the helicopter crashed into the ocean near San Diego during a routine flight operation from the Abraham Lincoln Aircraft carrier. Nearly one out of three of US in the US live in a county now affected by a weather disaster over the past three months. An analysis of federal disaster declarations by the Washington Post shows 64% live in the Place that's experienced a dangerous multi day heatwave record setting temperatures in the Pacific Northwest has killed people in their own homes, while wildfires have raged through five million acres of parched forest boxing. Great Oscar De La Hoya continues to recover from the coronavirus, The East L. A boxer announcing on Twitter Friday he has the disease despite being fully vaccinated and taking lots of other precautions. The chances of You're getting cold, taking care of myself, and it's really, really kicked my ass. Delahoya hopes to be back in the ring before the end of the year Tennis star Naomi Osaka stepping away from the sport for now, after a.
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"You believe this came by to see if you wanted to jog with me? I'm ready. Willard even got a kiss from first lady Barbara Bush about during the 1989 inaugural parade. Police made me he had a quick wit and a colloquial style and northwestern Georgia. Having some dense fog this morning. We have a little dense fog here in the studio. Occasionally, you know seriously is never going to get to the weather. Yes, we are in 2015 today celebrated Willard's retirement After 65 years with NBC. I'm going to be fading off into the sunset. Yes, sir. After 130 years at NBC, and I'm going over yonder Alright. Where's yonder? Will be under happy trails. Happy trails to you, Willard Scott. Until we meet with me again and many members of the Today team took to social media to offer condolences. Al Rocker called him his second dad and the ultimate broadcaster. Willard Scott was 87 9, 45 and WTMJ coming up Matt Polian Sports Right here in Wisconsin. Weekend morning news. This is Bob and Mike and guy from Brillo. Home Improvements. Hey, we know better than anyone that competition and remodeling business is stiff. And that's not a bad thing because it keeps us at the top of our game. You have to be. I'm all for whatever keeps us on our toes because I know our crews can cut the mustard. Heck, I'd put our guys up against anyone's No doubt about it. And you know what? That's not as close to 50 awards from Mary, but it's really not about awards. For us. It's about doing all we can to exceed your expectations..
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"As a nation that is not up to up to par right now. It's not made for the current reality, Never mind the future reality. The night before his visit, another body was found nearby, pushing the state's death toll to 27 from the storm. The mayor of Piscataway, Ben Waller, said the victim may have been carried out by a strong current caused by flash flooding. It's Labor Day weekend, and the nation is struggling with four times as many covid 19 cases. During the same time a year ago. 62% of the population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. But with the rapidly spreading Delta variant hospitalizations are twice as high as they were last Labor Day. It's because of that. The CDC has cautioned the unvaccinated against traveling over the long holiday weekend. And uber and lift are creating a legal defense fund for drivers for the new abortion law in Texas. The new law, which went into effect on Tuesday, give citizens the right to file civil lawsuits against anyone aiding an abortion in the state. Including those who transport women to clinics. That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes, Legendary today show weatherman Willard Scott is dead. He was 87 years old. Al Rocker called Scott, a beloved member of the Today's show family, his second dad and the ultimate broadcaster Scott, who join NBC's today show back in 1980. May be best known for wishing Happy birthday to people celebrating their 1/100 birthday. Get all of the here. Don't you cry? Oh, Fans of Lord won't get to see the singer perform at this month's MTV Video Music Awards she had been set to perform a track off her latest project, Solar Power. However, the official Twitter account for the VMAs confirmed the change in plans on Friday, explaining that quote due to a change in production elements, Lord can no longer perform at this year's show. The statement didn't provide any further details. Only going on to say quote we love Lord and cannot wait for her to perform on the VM a stage. In the future. Well. And instead of singing about the stereotypical.