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Goff throws for 376 yards, 3 TDs in Rams' 27-24 win vs Bucs
"Jared Goff completed thirty nine of his fifty one passes for three hundred seventy six yards and three touchdowns in the rams twenty seven twenty four victory at Tampa Robert woods van Jefferson the can makers grab short scoring passes from Goff is less Angelus improved to seven and three Cooper Kupp had eleven receptions for one hundred forty five yards and woods finished with ten catches for one hundred thirty yards when we had opportunities to go into corners we capitalized on the money and I will say we consistently basketball will grow the game with the rams didn't go ahead to stay until Matt gay kicked a forty yard field goal with two thirty six left Jordan fuller picked off two passes from Tom Brady Brady finished twenty six of forty eight for just two hundred sixteen yards and two touchdowns as the box fell to seven and three I'm Dave very
Food writer opens porch restaurant for chipmunk
"Hansberger. This pandemic has been hard to swallow. Can't write about restaurants when they're closed. I was facing a lot of anxiety. I kind of hit it. Crush him crying. I was really sad for all the people. In the industry that I worked with. Angelus says she had to get her mind off it tarragon, so using ingredients from her garden and her encyclopedic knowledge of fine dining, Angela Open her own restaurant on her front porch, where she now serves. Chipmunk. This chipmunk. The little guys at a standing lunch reservation for months Now, whether it's veggie pizza and a side salad or imitation sushi with walnut want tons every day, Angela goes to remarkable lengths for her exclusive clientele. Took a while to try and make little tortillas that I could fold to put the to put the I love the way that you're seeking. I love how you're realizing out crazy. It sounds as you're saying it. Today. It's many spaghetti with tiny date meatballs and a thimble full of breadsticks, The chipmunk who she named Thelonius Monk typically arrives within seconds of serving. Eats his fill and packs the rest to go in his cheeky doggy bag, and the reviews have been good. The reviews have been great. One day He came up with this little tiny bundle wadded up leaves and put it on the table. So I take it to mean he brought a tip. Still, you get the sense that he remains skeptical. Like there's got to be a catch. Angela's cat wishes there was a catch, but there will be none of that. Because for Angela, this little bit of silliness has become her daily sustenance. What has it done for you? It's brought joy. I have more videos of this chipmunk than I have of my Children. We all need to find a way to cope during this pandemic. Which is why I'm giving Shay Angela my highest rodent restaurant rating. Three stripes. Steve Bartman,
Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities
"Oil prices, they went up his Angelus took the view that renewed lock down restrictions would have only limited impact on fuel demand. A crude oil futures light sweet crude of 14 cents a barrel to 39 67. Meantime, spot gold took a drop with investors. Ah, doubting over additional stimulus measures to weigh the Corona virus had economy had his speeches from Federal Reserve officials later this week. Gold futures now down to dollars and owns 2 $1908.80. Now gold. Also, just a little bit ago was showing a game. So we're seeing a reversal not only in some of the stock index futures But in the precious metal is well doubt on existing home sales is do a little bit later in the day
Los Angeles - Mountain Home Village, Forest Falls residents allowed to return home, remain under evacuation warning
"The San Bernadino Mountains has burned more than 22,000 acres and his 59% contained. One firefighter was killed Thursday. Mandatory evacuations between Angelus Oaks and Onyx summit are still in effect. Residents a mountain home village and forced falls have been allowed to return, but they're still under evacuation. Warning. There was no evacuation director for big Bear residents. That fire started earlier this month during a gender reveal party near Yucaipa.
Firefighters Continue To Gain Ground On 14,000-Plus Acre El Dorado Fire East Of Los Angeles
"A flare up of the Eldorado Fire has firefighters telling anyone who hasn't evacuated yet from the Angelus Oaks area? Believe and to leave immediately, Cal Fire's Kathy Mattingly tells came next. There's a big smoke plume now, and firefighters on the ground and in the year are working to stop it. We do have incident line. That we have built over the last few days when it was relatively calm, and so are our firefighters gonna be focusing on holding the fire to those fine Despite the flare of firefighters were able to make progress over the weekend evacuation orders were lifted for you, kippah. Glen Oak Glen as well as Mentone. The fire now 44% contained it's burned more than 14,000 acres and starting more than a week ago that gender reveal party Least four homes. I've been destroyed.
Los Angeles - Southern California national forests closed for a week because of fire danger
"In an unusual move today, all National Forest in Southern California are closed because of the fire danger. Angelus San Bernardino, Oh Cleveland Lows Padre Sierra and Sequoia National Forest, all temporarily off limits to visitors. You know, the areas that will be open will be the commuter routes. You can still drive thru the commuter out some of that, such as Angeles Forest Highway, some of the canyon roads, But as far as recreation goes campgrounds, picnic areas trail has that all that's gonna be closed Angeles National Forest Fire Chief Robert Garcia. We're in a high risk, weather forecast and extreme. Same conditions due to the fuel moistures. They've reached their critical stage, so any fire and they're going to move very quickly. The closures will be re evaluated on a day to day basis. Emily Valdez que next 10 70 news radio.
Lake Fire in California continues to rage, growing to 10,500 acres
"And also wildfire outside of Los Angeles has burned with more than 10,000 acres. Chief Darryl Ausby with L. A county fire says the lake fire is moving through parts of law, The Angelus National Forest Fire progressed rapidly yesterday and we ordered additional resource is there's been areas of this fire that have not burned in decades. He says. They're trying to get the fire contained before
Teacher addresses house select sub-committee on dangers of coronavirus
"Angelus. Skilling's had a personal story to tell lawmakers the second grade teacher in a small Arizona town addressed the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis from inside a classroom earlier this summer, she was teaching summer school with two fellow educators, she said. They wore masks stayed socially distant and never so much as shared a pencil, she said. All three teachers contracted Cove in less than two weeks later, one of them died. Our careers are not just about our students. We also have to worry about our community. And the people we work with and our own families at home. Skilling's told the committee. She and her colleagues want to do what's best for students, but the reopening of schools should not be rushed.
"angelus" Discussed on KCBS All News
"As Angelus as US covert 19 cases continue despite President Trump Today's again said the reason for the spike is testing Cases are up because we have the best testing in the world, and we have the most testing for no country has ever done what we've done in terms of testing. We are the envy of the world was on Fox News Sunday on CNN, Mississippi governor tape, Reeves says after making errors early his state is now responding. We go to them every every single day we have a press conference. We talked to them. We tell him the truth. We're transparent. Andi and they're doing better today. There's no question that across America, the guard was let down in late men. There's no doubt about that. But he still opposes issuing a mandatory mask requirement. Colorado governor Jared Polis has a different view masks, he says work. We had about 60% of our state that had a municipal or county mass mandate. And we simply found that they work two things. The areas that had mass requirements in our state had 15 to 20% more mask usage and lower spread of the virus. So looking at the data with the desire to keep the economy open open to maximize the ability to return to school, in a safer way is possible for teachers and for students. The mask mandate was really an easy decision, 80 year old golfing Great Jack Nicklaus revealed today that he and his wife contracted covert 19 in March. Both have now recovered. He says his symptoms were mild. A secret Royal wedding with the father of the bride missing with details here. CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker in London Palace officials have released the official photos of Friday's private, socially distance wedding of Princess Beatrice to real estate mogul Eduardo Monopoly Monsey. But in a break with royal tradition, the newlyweds are pictured not with their parents, but with her grand parents, The Queen and Prince Philip, notably absent from the photos, though not from the ceremony itself..
"angelus" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Boss boss Angelus Merrick are study urges residents to continue social distancing to push the infection numbers lower and keep them going down word for a two week period. That is what we need to have the foundation for our schools to reopen for economy to thrive. I hope all of us will look at that as our mutual and individual goal. To do everything we can to continue to push this second curve down, Garcetti added. Our situation today is the result of infections several weeks ago, which became hospitalizations And then deaths this week. We will see that's continue. I believe to rise because they are lagging indicator. But if we want to see if I recent closures are working, the bear says the city will not fully reopen until there is a cure for the virus, the White House's marking the passing of civil rights icon John Lewis. In a short statement on Twitter, President Trump said he was saddened to learn that Congressman John Lewis died to honor Lewis. He ordered flags to fly at half staff at the White House and all federal public buildings and grounds, vice President, Pence said even when he and Lewis differed on politics John was always unfailingly kind, and White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said Lewis leaves and enduring legacy that will never be forgotten, Read Clugston Washington. It's the latest call to rename racially charged brands of Lagos, nearly 1000 people signed an online petition urging Trader Joe's to stop labeling its international food products with ethnic sounding names. Petition says labeling Chinese, Mexican or Italian food under the label Trader Ming's trader Jose or Trader Ji Otto's is racist because it exotic ises other cultures. A grocery store chain said it decided several years ago to use only the trader Joe's name on its products and will soon complete the work of updating the ethnic sounding labels. Rhonda Rocks TRE reporting The corruption trial of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin.
"angelus" Discussed on WTOP
"Fifty nine as well Angelus sixty one degrees all right thanks a lot it's nine forty two and if you're someone who loves to travel one is missing that connection you get with the outside world there's an app pairing strangers from around the world who can talk to each other on the phone Meghan clarity tried the quarantine chat app for herself to see how it works in she wondered who she would end up connected with I wasn't sure who would pick up the phone hello hello quarantine chat which pairs you with users across the world I quickly hit it off with Mira a drama teacher in Galway Ireland who loves the impact social distancing is having on the climate all of us I think our car use was just we weren't questioning how much we were using our car is near and I may have never met but for app creator Max Hawkins there's one to two calls that happen every day and everyone who subscribes their phone will ring at the same time and if people pick up from their parents I'm so glad I got it when you come to our to do list we have to meet for clients I would look again go ready WTOP news nine forty three the economy is struggling right now for obvious reasons I mean stocks are tanking businesses are closed millions of people are out of a job when we saw something similar happened in the two thousand a recession worries about inflation we're never quite realised thanks to technological advances that kept the production of goods coming even with fewer people to perform those jobs this recession looks to be a different story Richard Smith an economic analyst and author of the book understanding national wealth takes a deeper look at inflation and the economic struggles related to the pandemic go back twelve years to the to the Great Recession we did not see inflation as I would have expected there were a number of rounds what were called quantitative easing Q. U. one two three and inflation never took root in the in the classic definition of inflation is too many dollars chasing too few goods we were extremely productive back then and we never saw the inflation take take called in fact had we not had the quantitative easing we might have actually experienced deflation during that period but the productivity neutralize the quantitative easing today is different we've stopped the economy we are not producing goods and services therefore the classic definition of inflation too many dollars chasing too few goods could absolutely take hold and we could see inflation for the first time in a generation we haven't seen inflation for probably a couple decades probably close to twenty five years what will this look like as a pertains to money in our wallets what in particular is going to shoot up in price and maybe how much across the board because there are fewer goods and services being provided currently in fact in the last five weeks the fed has produced what it did in an entire year twelve years ago so there's a lot of money being put in people's wallets but the goods and services being provided are fewer and therefore across the board you're going to see prices potentially generally rise that's Richard Smith an economic analyst and author of the book understanding national wealth he joined us on Skype today's frontline hero brought to you by WTOP in northwest federal credit union Ron.
"angelus" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Angelus in a few hours New York state stringent new rules go into effect to deal with the growing coronavirus cases New York governor Andrew Cuomo today announced the number of cases in his state now tops fifteen thousand New York City mayor bill de Blasio wants more action from the federal government the American government is not at full bore right now but the defense production act it's been activated we've gotten no indication of any factory on twenty four seven ships we've got no shipments and the U. S. military is at its bases instead of at the front lines he was on NBC's meet the press treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin on fox defended the government's action nobody expected this to take off at the rated it did Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health says it's going to get worse we're going to get hit there's no doubt about it we see it in New York on CBS's face the nation felt she said the focus right now has to be on the areas hit hardest it was very clear that the issue in New York was right on the front burner and the situation is now that the resources that are being marshalled a gonna be clearly directed to those hot spots that need it most and clearly that's California Washington state and obviously New York is the most hard hit CBS is Cammy McCormick reports on efforts to get more of those and ninety five face masks one of the options is searching for existing stockpiles in doctor and dentist office vice president Mike pence more Americans that the stepping away from elective surgery including elective dental care wording Dennis around America to look at their supplies of N. ninety five masks and make those available to our hospitals another option is new tests that people can perform on themselves eliminating the need for health care workers to use protective gear and president trump says they're investigating sanitizing mass so they don't have to be thrown out after each use the coronavirus crisis has prompted new contact between Washington and North Korea the White House confirms president trump sent a letter to north Korean leader Kim Jong own saying he is willing to help battle the corona virus Kim's sister responded thanking Mr trump for sending his quote invariable faith to the chairman north Korea's news agency says the president trump used to know it as an opportunity to move relations between the two countries forward saying that he was impressed by efforts made by Kim to defend his people from the serious threat of the epidemic going on CBS news Olympic officials say today they are looking into the possibility of delaying this summer's Olympics but right now they are not considering a cancellation the summer games are set to begin in July in.
"angelus" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Angelus a vote on a one point four trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package will not take place today says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will be voting tomorrow a minute we'll have to stop at some point Democrats and Republicans have been trying to hammer out the final details treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin talked about one of the bill's benefits the average direct deposit or check for a family of four will be approximately three thousand dollars this you can think of is a bridge for them to get through this he appeared on fox news Sunday congresswoman Alexandria or because the Cortez says young people may have a false feeling of safety there was so much messaging about how corona virus is only impacting older people and that younger people don't have to worry about it for their personal health well let me tell you something in the state of New York about fifty five percent of our cases are with folks eighteen to forty nine she was on CNN the pope at the Vatican today hello Monday minha divisions when you leave the toll has risen by six hundred fifty one more than fifty four hundred people have now died there in Rome here CBS's Sabina castle Franco Italy has intensified road blocks in all major cities with soldiers and police offices checking on anyone that has left their homes to ensure they have a valid motivation checks are also being carried out in parks the prime minister announced that offend the tightening of measures was needed to combat the spread of corona virus and said if he would be closing all productive activities which are not vital Sabina Castelfranco CBS news room some businesses facing major financial challenges because of coronavirus are trying to protect their employees here's CBS's but Michigan restaurants in New Jersey can now only serve take out and delivery the owners of Federico is in Belmar New Jersey knew they would have trouble keeping their employees because of the project and steep drop off in business so Brian Michael Moore into got a fifty thousand dollar line of credit from the bank in order to pay their twenty employees and J. dot com reports they promised their employees that they will get paid over.
L.A. County Sheriff Says 8 Deputies Were Involved in Sharing Photos of Kobe Bryant's Crash Site
"The only county sheriff's department is dealing with a new scandal a deputy is accused of taking pictures of the crash site that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others then sharing those pictures now comes a demand for answers in the eyes of the woman overseeing the Los Angeles county sheriff's civilian oversight commission it's hard to overstate the magnitude of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant the Kobe tragedy was so huge I can't think of something as huge happening unless the Angelus except for the assassination of Robert Kennedy as a matter of fact Gigan says this is a very very sensitive issue and she hopes the chair of the in a wave a gets a handle on it and take the necessary steps to make sure it never happens again it has to be a strong message that whether it's craft sites or crime scenes or other kinds of public tragedies nobody should be taking their own cell phone photos Diggins says the department's response could change how the community views law enforcement going
Trial begins for Philly man who stabbed, ran over his ex-girlfriend
"Testimony has wrapped up in closing arguments are scheduled for this morning in the murder trial of a man who admits to stabbing his ex girlfriend then running over her repeatedly in front of her co workers is K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim our prosecutors played the dash cam video from state police car after troopers caught up with Lawrence Crawley outside the Allegheny tunnel and alerted gone out for the Chevy avalanche Crawley used to repeatedly run over Angelus death outside her job in white marsh township in August twenty eighteen the trucks words a stripper say they could see an orange glow inside moments before it slammed into the wall of the tunnel the alert warned Crawley was armed and dangerous and potentially suicidal in the video trooper slowly approached the vehicle smoke pours out as they open the rear door they pepper spray Crawley then use of tasers she would not show sans Crawley at third degree burns on more than a quarter of his body in a self inflicted wound was rest the trooper sick Crawley kept repeating the voices in my head made me do it prosecutors seeking first degree murder which carries a mandatory life in prison sentence the defense concedes probably killed Steph but says it was a crime of passion and at worst should be third degree murder and are subject network KYW
Wildfire disaster worsens as Australian Navy rescues evacuees stranded on a beach
"It's Saturday in Australia in the country was bracing for a furnace blast if he wins and raging wildfires in apocalyptic conditions deputy fire commissioner rob Rogers for the state of New South Wales said firefighters were under no illusion they would be able to halt the spread of the bush fires they were just hoping no more lives would be lost we're unfortunately very likely we will lose times tomorrow but will be very happy in local XSS if there's no lives lost that is S. single focus tomorrow latest news is two more people did die in the fires more than two hundred fires are burning and warnings of extreme danger to come prompted mass evacuations of tens of thousands of people in what may have been the largest such evacuation in Australian history the climate field wild fires are unprecedented traffic was gridlocked as people fled firefighters escorted convoys any evacuees's fires threaten to close roads navy ships were called in to pluck hundreds of people stranded on beaches the prime minister of Victoria declared a disaster across much of the eastern part of the state allowing the government to order evacuations in an area with as many as one hundred forty thousand permanent residence and tens of thousands more vacationers New South Wales declared a fire emergency Arthur Stevens a feature story news has more on the evacuations the evacuation of the communities and surrounds in the south of New South Wales and they know the studies to Victoria continues with potentially up to sixty thousand people like to be moved out the evacuations come as prime minister Scott Morrison who's a Tory devastated areas was jeered and tries out of cannot go with locals telling him he should be ashamed of himself after leaving the country to burn while she went on a Christmas holiday in Hawaii on Friday local firefighters were joined by thirty nine others and to lay eyes on officers from the U. S. one of the sixty one for the US the dead from Canada should be on the fire ground next week other Stevens Melbourne this week at least four hundred forty five homes were destroyed on the New South Wales southern coast and dozens of burned in Victoria ten deaths were confirmed in the two states this week Victoria authorities also said twenty eight people were missing fires also burning in Western Australia South Australia and Tasmania the navy evacuated about a thousand people from Malibu tell a coastal town in Victoria cut off for days by fires that forced as many as four thousand residents and tourists to shelter on beaches landing craft ferry people to a ship offshore evacuees waiting to board the ship to strive Smokin embers flying everywhere when the fires were at their worst prime minister Scott Morrison cut short a visit to co Bargo in New South Wales when locals yelled at him called him an idiot a scumbag and worse and criticized him for the lack of equipment to deal with the fires in town Morrison said he understood the anger of people affected by the fires Leslie to do was to provide the support of the calm of government and to assure them of of everything we are doing to support them in this time of night whether it's three direct assistance payments or whether it's the work of the strand defense force were getting in behind the emergency services if it here flying in fuel flying in supplies in an interview late in the day with the Australian broadcasting corporation Morrison was defensive about his handling of the crisis he did not I did you dig nor the warnings of fire chief said Australia was heading into a catastrophic fire season the prime minister repeatedly has asserted the fires are a natural disaster not the result of climate change experts though say global warming caused by burning fossil fuels has exacerbated the unprecedented wildfires in Australia and elsewhere around the world like California seven marks a feature story news spoke with the fire science professor who said eight thousand kilometer area of the Australian east coast about six hundred twenty miles a roughly the distance from you Rico telus Angelus likely will be affected this weekend the Australian prime minister Scott Morrison was forced out of one devastated town where residents of furious over his government's response the situation is beyond unprecedented wave sort of entering of scenarios that you couldn't Graeme out there if you want to tell you fire science professor David Bowman from the university of Tasmania the next activation but the weather conditions are going to deteriorate was this trial it will be impacted because then substrate has mine yeah and then the eastern part of the Korean something because you suck wiles expecting conditions possibly eclipsing what happened earlier this week it's going to be basically old huge thousand Cologne bottle on a full and that's gonna be driving up the age because and who knows what's going to get taken out by that smoke from the fires has now reached the shores of new Zealand's twelve hundred miles away I think yellow hazes descended on glaciers in the country's self island a popular tourist destination for No Way in Australasia is the crisis going to be resolved soon with FSN spotlight I'm Simon marks a Sydney university ecologist told the Sydney morning Herald that nearly five hundred million birds reptiles and mammals are likely to have perished in the state of New South Wales a lone frog bats and insects are excluded from his estimate making the toll on animals much
"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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Afghanistan's Ghani claims narrow win in preliminary presidential vote results
"Afghanistan's Election Commission has announced a winner in September's presidential vote as Jennifer glasse reports from Kabul the result follows a long and bitterly contested vote counting process nearly three months after Afghans went to the polls to cast ballots in the presidential election the commission in charge of the vote has announced Ashcraft on a secure just over fifty percent of the votes enough to keep him in office and avoid a second round runoff his main rival Abdullah Abdullah secured thirty nine and a half percent of the vote he has said he will not accept the results sing three hundred thousand votes about fifteen percent of the total or questionable Angelus supporters blocked recount across the country for weeks alleging fraud before finally allowing election officials to continue their work these are preliminary results candidates have seventy two hours to register any challenges and the final result could take weeks or months for NPR news I'm Jennifer glass
"angelus" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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New Zealand bans foreign political donations amid interference concerns
"Ahead of its general elections next year in New Zealand is introducing restrictions on foreign political donations and advertisements on social media using his justice minister Angelus who said the measures were aimed at protecting the country's democracy this is Phil Mercer reports new Zealand's government to set the risk of foreign interference in elections including financial contributions wasn't growing international problem the new limit for political donations from overseas will be thirty three dollars officials didn't say which countries have prompted the move but experts believe that China's activities with the catalyst that also be changes to one nine political advertisements to combat what New Zealand cents was an avalanche of fake news social media rides in elections overseas
"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"angelus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"But what was the year of Angelus Jim Baker was sentenced to prison nineteen eighty nine twenty three before the hour sky Walker sores on the Hollywood minute first this is America in the morning I'm John trout president trump says Turkey has agreed to make the cease fire on the Syrian Turkish border permanent Terry Moore reports at the White House trump announced US sanctions against Turkey are being lifted he again defended his recent decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria a move that prompted fierce bipartisan criticism in Congress let someone else fight over this long blood statement sand and he argued the U. S. should not be a police force for the world how many Americans must die in the Middle East in the midst of these ancient sectarian and tribal conflicts trump said there will be a safe zone along the Syria Turkey border and argued that the volatile region will become more stable this is an outcome created by us the United States and nobody else no other nation very simple he did not mention the new security agreement between Turkey and Russia American troops were helping Kurdish forces combat ISIS in northern Syria the U. S. withdrawal prompted Turkish military action against the Kurds and a temporary ceasefire might carry more in Washington twenty two before the hour can a sitting president be investigated for a crime by law enforcement agencies well Steve casting brown reports that question came up at an appeal hearing and president trump's personal attorney argued emphatically that the answer is no remember when then candidate trump said this on the campaign trail in twenty sixteen my people are so smart and you know what else to say about my people the polls they say I have the most loyal people did you ever see that where I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose any voters okay well three years later one of president trump's attorneys argued in federal court that if he did shoot someone on Fifth Avenue he couldn't be investigated and prosecuted for it it came up during the hearing and for the second circuit court of appeals here in New York president trump's personal attorneys are trying to get a subpoena for his tax returns tossed out attorney William Kahn Savoy was arguing to the three judge panel that any president not just president trump is immune to criminal investigations and prosecutions that's when judge Denny chin asked what's your view on on the the Fifth Avenue example.
"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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Stem cells from dozens of child cancer patients lost after freezer malfunction, hospital says
"I do children's hospital as Angelus has apologized for losing the stem cells of fifty six pediatric cancer patients the stem cells were harvested from the kids before they underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments the stem cells were destroyed because of what the hospital calls a freezer
"angelus" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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Man arrested in connection to Mac Miller's death
"When was Angelus a man has been arrested in connection to the overdose death of a popular rapper mac Miller was found dead last September overdosed on fat no alcohol and cocaine the twenty six year old rapper's death was first ruled an accident now twenty eight year old Cameron McCormick has been arrested for allegedly supplying Miller with the fake opioids laced with Fenton on the investigation in this case revealed that it appears that mac Miller snorted this fed no king **** shin fryer choose overdose death Comoros it with the US attorney's office says McCormick is charged with drug trafficking he could land him in prison for twenty years but it's also possible more charges will be
Man arrested in connection to Mac Miller's death
"Plus Angelus man was arrested today on charges in connection to the death of a rapper mac Miller last year he was Attorney spokesman tommorow sick says Cameron protests loudly gave the star counterfeits oxy code own pills laced with fennel the investigation in this case revealed that it appears that mac Miller snorted yes that no can Kachin prior to his overdose death nonsense he found Miller with a mix of drugs including Sentinel when he died last September at the age of twenty
Comer, Angelus And Twenty One Million Dollars discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Angelus fallen took the number one spot with a twenty one million dollars debut that beat expectations coming in second last week's top film the R. rated comedy good boys the Christian film over comer was third earning eight million dollars on its opening weekend in fourth and fifth place some longtime weekend box office hits the lion king and fast and furious presents sobs in
"angelus" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Angelus look creepy and I can deliver a powerful bite but they're mostly harmless to humans especially if you don't go anywhere near them one other thing to keep in mind the hotter it gets the faster of they can run breezy today warm less humid morning sun mixing with afternoon clouds screwed get a shower or thunderstorm a brief one later in the day will have a high of eighty four sixty nine now it's sunny and we're going up to eighty four when's news time seven ninety let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries are exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna of course you don't it's been down there since two thousand eight good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance piece of cake behind the lasagna is very old progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states or situations hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvement of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange between eight percent the receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty are you need news you can trust so like it into ten ten wins New York's number one all news station news watch never stops you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good morning sixty nine degrees and seven twenty Friday August nine finally Eris and here's what's happening firefighter bust into a hot car in college point queens to save the four year old boy locked inside the boy's father is under arrest eighty two year old cab driver ran down a seventy seven year old woman in Chelsea I I don't know what happened I don't know the economy that I either woman and she died lightning strikes in Chatham New Jersey hitting a nineteen year old man who lived to tell and this my calls for many to bring the Senate back into session right now to pass gun control legislation Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he will not center once accu weather breezy and less humid today sun in the morning mixing with clouds in the afternoon could get a brief shower or thunderstorm later in the day and we'll have a high of eighty four this is market AT and he's doubled up the blue jays to win their nine to roll the maps were off the giants beat the jets in this year's Snoopy ball in Troy Merritt Scott a one shot lead at the northern trust this is Sandra day of Bloomberg seventeen current and former director of the Goldman Sachs are named in criminal charges by Malaysia's government trade worries look to weigh on stocks wins this time seven twenty one for the ram trucks traffic center with an expanded report it's Karen Stewart rightly we're gonna begin with an update in queens now on the cross island parkway is such an improvement northbound side it's got it's slow.
"angelus" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"You don't have to take Angelus crestor Angelus forced right now it would be a good idea to head to the fourteen that we had a van fire down to paying a canyon in you know what happened it sparked a brush fire let's go to Scott Berk for the update LA city fire and the LA county fire out there working on that fortunately there get a pretty good handle on the situation but to pick a candidate is shut down between Pacific coast highway and Mulholland so you will not be able to get through for those of you stuck there you're gonna be stuck there for a while until they get that finished up so getting around this your best option Malibu canyon or Canada or use the four or five freeway even though that is gonna be pretty tough for you northbound from Culver city heading into the San Fernando Valley big problems of the tent Santa Monica freeway with does this is the eastbound side of the ten past overland for several hours now the two right lanes have been blocked we have about a half hour to go according to C. H. B. a vehicle slammed into a tree and caught fire just been a huge bass and the disaster of a drive now from the almost link and all the way to the east interchange if you want to use us of surface streets it looks like a looks kind of clearing out now perfect a little bit of the freeway westbound got some spectators falling coming away from western New crash six so five south bound at the ninety one causing delays and a wrecking Carson on the one ten south to the very busy for a five southbound our next forty five forty five with more traffic reports more often I do respond to in the southern California Subaru retailers traffic center can extend seventy newsradio stay in Austin dry his we go into the weekend humidity going away he advisory though coming into a fax tomorrow for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valley through tomorrow evening starts around eleven AM temperatures will start coming down.
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"Are at risk for permanent damage. Pam Coulter CBS news, so traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial walls Costa Mesa for the next few days. Scott Williams is president of the freedom committee of Orange County. Vietnam veteran himself it is something that becomes emotional that you don't want to. And then you just you just have to say, you know, what we don't leave soldiers behind. So we step forward and go to the name. And when you leave you feel much better the wall that heals will be stationed in Costa Mesa through Sunday. The street in south LA as nipsy hustles procession makes his way to the Angelus funeral home in Crenshaw. We've got team coverage at seven oh five six fifty five. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Brought to you by attorney sweet James bergener. Here is Denise fondue. Absolutely the place you want to avoid right now. And that is the Crenshaw district where the procession for nipsy hustle is headed to the funeral Crenshaw and thirty nine so it would be difficult to get three. You've got most of the streets in that area blocked off because there are tens of thousands of people there. So please be careful through the area. It's been rather dangerous or some folks who actually stepped out onto the street endanger Pinkett by oncoming vehicle. So we just want you to be safe through their sixties bene- paramount in the Montebello area. We've got a new crash reported three cars, and they are right shoulder. If you're headed west on the one thirty four trying to get onto the Ventura freeway, we've got somebody changing a tire in the right lane. So be careful and get over to the left side of. The road when east ride Hayvenhurst the Hayvenhurst on ramp. You've got a car out of gas. We also have the Lynn tarot on ramp closed from the one a one this is on the northbound side. So just a heads up there. The corner was on saints. How it looks like we had a deadly incident there today and that investigation continues again with corner on scene accidents nothing to deal with on your own. So if you get into an accident in need the legal protection and expertise from the lawyer you can trust attorney sweetens bergener people's attorney of southern California eight hundred eight one.
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"Of new england wbz news time four eighteen fifty four degrees cloudy skies in boston top stories now detectives are investigating worcester's first homicide of the year police say seventeen year old boy was shot on holland road overnight two men are arrested for gun possession in dorchester officers in the youth violence strike force found a semi automatic gun and two revolvers in two cars divers have recovered the body of a forty seven year old man reported missing in country pond in kingston new hampshire a dive team resumed the search this morning and the victim's body was recovered just before nine am about fifty yards from shore wbz news time four nineteen reactions and lack thereof in the wake of the irish landslide vote to overturn and abortion ban abc's megan williams tells us how pope francis is handling the move by the largely catholic nation's pope sunday angelus address from saint peter's square the pope failed to mention the irish referendum result overwhelmingly in favor of repealing the band with the referendum result irish archbishops acknowledged on sunday that the catholic church and the country no longer hold sway over the population well conservative catholics who oppose abortion have expressed disappointment in the pope's silence that can observers say the silence is more evidence the pope wants to steer clear of getting involved in catholic culture wars focusing on abortion or same sex marriage in other countries mega millions abc news rome flagged garden started here in massachusetts and now they've become a national movement the solemn display of tens of thousands of american flags first appeared on boston common from memorial day a decade ago the flags honor service members who have died defending the nation now flag gardens can be seen this weekend in texas louisiana ohio and new york the concept even spread to canada with thousands of canadian flags are planted in toronto on remembrance day in november when canada honors its military members who've.