20 Burst results for "Annalong"

"annalong" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"annalong" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Days to complete an upset of Novak Djokovic, Tom Foty, CBS news. It's ten five at the bay area's news station KCBS. We've got some temperatures tonight in the fifties and sixties tomorrow will be warm day with a heat advisory. We'll check the full forecast in just a few minutes. A wildfire in yolo county is growing now to nearly two thousand acres prompting mandatory evacuations and sending smoke into parts of the bay area. San fire started this afternoon near the community wind done continues to spread because of the windy, dry, conditions ficials have issued evacuation orders on both sides of highway sixteen just north of Gwenda Annalong county road, forty one and evacuation center has been established at the spark. Oh, boy scout camp on yellow avenue, some of the smoke from that fire is drifting into the bay area including in Marin snowman, San Francisco counties. There is another fire burning this evening and Sutter county at north Butte road and Westport road. It's about nine miles northeast of Qaluza fire officials there say that places about nine hundred fifty acres and sixty percent contained calistoga crews are also battling the ink fire off of pope valley road. Fire covers fifty acres and is seventy five percent contained. It is the first red flag warning of the fire season. That has been issued now for the north bay mountains and hills above thousand feet through tomorrow afternoon highest threat remains in eastern. Napa.

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"annalong" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"annalong" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Obviously, you wanna do if you are gonna cut bowling, you wanna do on the solid, maybe do it, really. Or so he can find a place to latch onto, but I think he's a quality player. I think he's he's you know he was the best offensive lineman last year. And I think he needs to stick around for at least one more year, which is the remainder of his contract. Derek route says I've been pulling for Ross haven't given up on him. I think a lot of people are in that boat. And I think a lot of people are in the other boat, which is they think, you know, he's shown all that he can. I think this is a big deal though with Zach Taylor this system, a fresh start hit the reset button. I think that's gonna be you know, I think that's going to be a big a big boost for him. This is interesting. There is rumor in all kind of maybe end on this one, there was a rumor or a conjecture out, I think it was from someone from Bleacher report or NFL dot com. That said that, you know, they would think that an AJ green to New Orleans Saints trade would make a lot of sense both for the Bengals to get some draft capital and for the saints, I do not see that happening. I do not see the logic in that a chance white in the in the Facebook live. Here says that really want. AJ to the saints trade to happen because I want to see the man get a ring. I mean, yeah, I guess that would make sense. But AJ green has repeatedly said he wants to be with the Bengals I think we know what this team can do when he's healthy. You know, he's if he if he finishes, his career healthy and putting up the numbers that we are accustomed to, which is, you know, the those Dow's in yards seven eight nine touchdowns year. Those are hall of fame numbers, he's gonna break every Bengals receiving record that there is so you know, I'd like to see him stick around, like to see him to chances point, potentially win a ring with the Bengals that's probably not going to happen this year. But if it happened in the next year or two will see and really. You know, unless the idea is to collect that draft capital and move up for a quarterback in the next year or two. I don't. I don't really see the need the bangles aren't really aggressive when it comes to the draft. I mean they moved up twice last this last in was on day was day to day three. It wasn't into into night one. So. You know, I don't know. I just I think that AJ green is probably part of their long-term plans as Tyler Boyd, whether that is too long term contracts with franchise tag, Annalong term contract one or the other. We'll see. But I think those are critical to what they're going to do in there, especially critical. If Andy Dalton is in the other future plans as well. If Andy Dalton shows a lot this year, I think he's got a good rapport with those two guys, I think that those two guys would make a lot of sense keeping them long term. This is Anthony ends with Espy nations. Cincy, jungle dot com website keep it to cincy jungle for all of the updates news analysis opinions with OTA's you can also catch our podcast..

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The War-Stopping Eclipse

Curiosity Daily

03:53 min | 1 year ago

The War-Stopping Eclipse

"It's time for the second installment in our moon, Monday miniseries. We're will teach you how the history of the moon has affected the world in some way last week. We talked about how the Babylonians figured out Saros cycles, which basically predict how often is solar eclipse will appear who cares. Right. We'll thanks to this information. The Greek philosopher theories predicted a solar eclipse that helped end a war restore and economy and build a philosophy school that trained a couple of history's greatest minds. Here's the story from Dr David warm flash. But his terms of the eclipse cycles dailies warned about this and in five eighty five BC during a war between a couple at least two Pires a third one involved, but one of one empire was demeans. Empires. Meade's sort of in the area of Persia and the other word the lydian empire that control the big chunk of Asia Minor, including a Yoni. So the Iowans were Greeks who had been there for centuries because the Dorian invasion had pushed everybody all over the place, and they were living along the coast of Asia. Minor Annalong those those islands along the coast and the Libyan's were controlling them. And they wanted it into the war, and knowing these Sarah cycles from the Babylonians Staley's was able who is also a mathematician, he was able to calculate the likelihood of an eclipse. So he probably didn't know the moon was getting in front of the sun announcements causing it. But he knew the mathematics of it. And he turned out. He was he ended up being ri-, and he went to the commanders of both sides, and he told them the gods are really upset about this war. We need an end to the war and to to demonstrate that the. Gods are gonna dark in the sky on Tuesday at three o'clock, whatever and he was he got a little bit lucky because these cycles don't predict the eclipses that note map precisely but a little bit of luck. Also, got it. Right. Whoa. This guy knows what he's talking about. And the war came to an end and Staley's was also able to negotiate pretty good terms for the Onians, which is good for Iranian business. 'cause basically, I only were business people. They were maritime traders all that dailies himself had a certain amount of celebrity status because he predicted a really good olive harvest foreign urine. So he bought up all the olive presses. And you got to be really rich guy because he had this money, and you had this fame by ending the war and that helped him establish a philosophy school on the island of militants in people were flocking to come and study with him and some people eat that we hear about were students affair. Phillies address, for instance, puts agress was one of daily students. Eventually had a really didn't agree with dailies whole approach to how how you obtain knowledge, but he started out as when if they Lee students yet another student in accent Mander who is the earliest person, we know of to come up with an volition area theory about the emergence of humanity from fish that we started out fish, and he reason that fish don't need their their their mothers just come out of an egg in they either get eaten or they could survive. And so he reasoned that human infants couldn't have reclaim them in humans all time because infants can't survive in the first human would have be an instant in, you know, the chicken and egg problem. So he he reason it back to back to fish next week will jump ahead to the middle ages. And here fascinating story about the origins of astronomy. In the meantime, Dr David warm flashes. Book is called moon in illustrated history in you. Can pre-order it on Amazon today? You can also follow him on Twitter at cosmic.

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"annalong" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"annalong" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And look this is a new title a content machine. I like that he's sort of our own Andy Rooney, we've got a few topics rather beverage. So we do we sit down with bell. And we hear about his thoughts of the day. Hey, bill. How are you? Couldn't be better. I couldn't be better. How are you? Good to hear from you, some of the topics. We're talking about tonight. The value of training, and what you borrowed from the seal model in your own business. And you're quite successful New York City. Shame in this has to do with its ports of entry sedans versus SUV SUV's and your daughter explaining why she and so many care for animals now, this is pretty universal. They're cuddly, the lovely. What's not to love about animals? So what struck you the the the the only point that I was sort of shocked by not shocked, but but educated by should say is that my daughter Elizabeth, and I think many many others actually care more about animals than she does about people that doesn't mean she's doesn't care about people. But, but, you know, her her real deep concerns. To protect animals, and and you know, and of course, the whole world of animals, I'm told that seventy percent of American households had had animals in them. That many consider them not animals really at all, but sort of for babies, and and and the growing business that's associated with animals in dogs. I I invested in a company called fresh pet which produces great great of dog, food and cat food. And so on. And it's it's it's gone crazy. At bottom. He is is is my daughter is a point of view, which you may really share is when I asked her about this. She looked at need cross site in. And she said, well, well what what's the mystery dad? You know animals have nobody to speak up for them. Yeah. Yeah, we really are there caretakers, and when you have someone depending on you, especially maybe if you don't have kids and your hair world there part of your world that for for my dogs at home. We are their world the people who show up in the house every day, and you know, Bill, this is only interesting too. In one year's time. Like last year, we spent over sixty billion dollars on our pets big money. Yeah. Well, yeah. I know it's a used business. And and and what she told me the reason at bottom because they because they can't speak up for themselves. Well, of course, it makes a lot of sense. So. You know, and she's very involved with dog training and horses and all manner of things and and is more charities out on the east Annalong Allen Amphion in the summertime what charitable events for four of four animals, and then people typically, so it's. Anyway, we just sorta edifying for me to understand. The people who've really carry these these relationships why? And and this is why because they're their voice much as you said their world and all the rest so anyway there so innocent, and they're usually pretty cute. Do you have pets? Yeah. We have a little happiness. A dog that we've asked for Lyle, and yeah, I know everybody loves Kodak, we call them. We bought him. Of course, my daughter now would never buy a Pat from where we bought this Pat from. By the time. We bought them. They had them in the window, and they had named him Kodak because everybody was coming in trying to have their picture taken. We just kept the name. Yeah. If you if you have room in your heart and your home, go check out rescue dog or cat, or they they had everything going a little little bunny rabbit, that's a cute one right there. So we want to see Kodak one of these days. Bill can make an appearance. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Absolutely. We'll have to get them. All smart. We usually we have some of our guests their their dogs bar. Jan during during the interviews that could happen to happen. You must be well trained. You're also talking tonight about the value of training. And you borrow some of the tenets of our own navy seals is that right? Yeah. And one of the one of the fundamental concepts which I endorse is that people cannot be relied upon to rise to the occasion, we like to think that we will do that. And of course, some people do, but if you're running a business or the military even more so you cannot rely on that it's simply a fallacy that people are going to rise to the occasion arise through what they're going to rise to the level of their training. That's what they can be relied upon. And that's why training is so rigorous because they're trying to preempt any circumstance that you come upon that you will have indeed been trained for and that's how I was in the event businessman put on live events all over the world. Very vulnerable to to any problem that could intervene. And so we we overtrained if I needed five people at an event, I send six security or or just. Together, we weren't security. We our event why everybody on the premises will be working for us. But if it was your golf of or somebody Symphony Orchestra that a client of mine had a participation we'd send people to make sure that that what was supposed to happen happened in and we'd always sand an extra person, and that person was a target for training. So the directions that they that they would be given would be faulty purposefully fall boy when they would get to the to the box office said be no ticket for them. The phone numbers that they were given worrying correct? We did their flights were were not book properly. Everything that we could do to disrupt it trip. We did. Jeez. That is on the job training. That's so interesting because you can really tell the I don't want to say, well, I'm going to say it men from the voice to use an awesome, people would say an archaic phrase, but I'm going to employ it if they become a liability or if they can help you get out of a jam. There's a big difference. And and what kind of people you want to work for you. Hey, I love this topic. And we've got more I'm gonna put a pin in it and hold you over is that okay? Bill. Okay. Stay tuned..

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7 Secrets to a Long-Lasting Relationship

The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

11:27 min | 1 year ago

7 Secrets to a Long-Lasting Relationship

"Hi, everyone and welcome back to savvy psychologist, I'm Dr Ellen Hendrickson, and you know, the drill. Al hope you meet life's challenges with evidence based research a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. And as you can probably hear this week. I am getting over a cold. I feel fine. But my voice insists on doing its best impression of a frog. In the meantime, so hang in there with me. And here we go. So today's episode is brought to you by the new podcast fill in the blanks. You know, Dr Phil one of Oprah's most famous friends and frequent collaborators and now you can hear a whole new side of him with his podcast fill in the blanks. That's Phil PH L. So here all new no-holds-barred conversations with celebrities like Vivica, a FOX Kathy Bates and Steve Harvey, plus expert neurosurgeons and lifespan. There's so listen to fill in the blanks on your favorite podcast app, and be sure to subscribe. So this week. Let's talk about how to make a relationship last. 'cause Melwood may have brought you together. But after the clergyman with the speech, impediment instructs you to treasurer your love what next. Well, whether you're married cohabitating or simply in it for the long haul any committed relationship needs a few tools to make it through the years. So this week here are seven. Science back secrets to make your long term relationship. Feel more. Like our Bruno Mars, Mary you flash mob and less like the theme song from married with children. So let's start out with secret number one, which is be your own person. Okay. So before sharing your life with another adult. It's important to have spent some time adulting yourself, you don't have to have your life cross indexed color coded, but it is important to have separated in a healthy way from your family of origin. So if your alarm clock is a phone, call from mom, or you don't get know how to do your own laundry. Invest the time to get your life on solid footing before merging it with another humans. Secret. Number two is be a team. Now. Some problems seem on solvable a fundamental difference in parenting styles in curable, slobby tude or opposite values around money. But the least constructive approach to sticky problems is to blame each other and fight it out. So instead, try and approach called unified detachment unified detachment is a fundamental shift in perspective that joins you and your partner together against the problem. So rather than approaching a problem as you against your crazy unreasonable partner approach the situation as the two of you United against the challenge. So for example, what should we do to save money for the future or how can we work together to fight less secret? Number three is outweighed the negatives with positives. So a classic study out of the university of Washington asked heterosexual newly. Lead couples to discuss a hot button issue in their relationship for fifteen minutes, and the headline making results found that divorce could be predicted from just the first three minutes of the couple's argument and the key. It turned out was the balance of negative and positive interactions. So in their three minute discussion clips spouses in stable relationships, not careening towards divorce predictably display, the less negative affect like contempt. Belligerence anger defensiveness or whining and more positive affect like validation affection and humor. All right. That makes sense. But interestingly for the husband's examining, the entire fifteen minutes of the argument amplified the ability to predict divorce so over the course of the fifteen minutes, husbands in stable, marriages got a little more negative, but they simultaneously stayed positive always making jokes listening and being affectionate. By contrast, husbands in marriages that would eventually end in divorce got increasingly negative and less positive over the fifteen minutes by the end calling their spouse by cute, nickname or validating. Her viewpoint. Went out the window now later the same research lab developed the magic ratio for a healthy relationship for every negative interaction. They advise you need five positive interactions. In other words, stable couples do argue, but that arguing is filled with joking and teasing and listening and love. Secret. Number four be equal a study in the American journal of sociology found that couples it gala -tarian relationships are less likely to divorce than couples where one brings home the bacon and the other cooks it up. So how do you make things more gala -tarian? It's not as simple as splitting up the chores along traditional gender lines. Because a study in the journal marriage and family review differentiated between low control and high control tasks now, low control tasks are named as such because there is little control or choice in the matter. They have to be done more or less continuously like loading and unloading, the dishwasher at specific times like making dinner or on demand. Like changing a diaper, high control tasks by contrast can be done when it's convenient. And they have a specific beginning and end like mowing the lawn or doing a home repair. So traditionally low control tasks have been designated as women's while high control. Tasks have been labelled as men's therefore to increase gala terrorism. Take a page from many same sex relationships and divvy up tasks by interest and value rather than by gender. So for example, the social butterfly takes responsibility for play dates and social events, the foodie makes dinner or does the grocery shopping, and the tasks no one wants, well, you have three options outsource work around because no one has to water plants if you don't have any or divide them up, and even if the dividing ends up falling along gender lines as long as you decided on those assignments together you'll go a long way towards shrinking resent. Now as a PS in families with kids. There's an avalanche of kid related invisible. Labor scheduling play dates, researching pediatricians ordering soccer uniforms and then returning them when they don't fit and in heterosexual relationships this keeping track of. A thousand and one things usually falls to the woman. So how does this get started? Well, it's been argued that it partially starts with maternity leave. It takes time and practice to gain expertise in task. So when mom's are given a leave of absence, but dads are not mom's gained singular expertise during those hundreds of hours with baby. And then that gap never gets closed. The solution paternal leave. Indeed Pew Research survey found that sixty nine percent of Americans believe fathers should receive paid parental leave which would help level the playing field. So if your job offers, parental leave not just maternity leave take full advantage. And if it doesn't do your best to divide up kid tasks evenly from day one. Annalong gourmet cookware can bring your inspiration to life on the dinner table. Whether you're a gourmet cook or bake off where the Baker they've got you covered with everything from expertly crafted cookware bakeware, cast iron stoneware cutlery, tools and gadgets. So you might try the analog advanced collection. It's twice as hard as stainless steel and with nonstick surfaces. It's easy to clean or you could try out the new Vel copper looks collection with a copper based that looks beautiful and functions perfectly whatever collection you choose you can rest easy. Knowing your gourmet cookware will last for years to come all analog products are protected with a lifetime warranty. So I use analog cookware everyday it heats quickly and evenly. Never sticks and clean up. Is shockingly easy. Perfect for everything from quick scrambled eggs to homemade stock that simmers for a couple of days. So shop an-and at Macy's in store, or at least dot com analog. That's an oh L O N designed for creativity in the kitchen. Today's episode is sponsored by blinking. I the only app that condenses thousands of nonfiction books into the best key takeaways and need to know information. So you can read or listen to them in just fifteen minutes their library is massive and constantly growing with titles, including self help business health and history titles. I'm excited to read like the art of happiness by the Dalai Lama or happier at home by Gretchen Rubin plus classics like how to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie blinking makes it easy to get the key essentials from book during a short commute, a workout or while cooking or cleaning. So join the eight million people were using it already. For a limited time blinking has a special offer. Just for you. Go to blinking dot com slash savvy to start your free seven-day trial. That's blinking B. L I N K I S T dot com slash savvy to start your seven-day trial linka stop. Com slash savvy. Next secret number five, expect a lot of your partner. But not what they can't give you. So while fairytale expectations are bound to be disappointing. A study in the journal of personality and social psychology found that marriages stay happy with a magic combination of high expectations and partners ability to reach them. So in the study couples were asked about their expectations of their relationship and next they were asked to come into the lab identify point of conflict in their relationship and work towards a solution. And researchers watched each partner argue and noted when they avoided the topic criticized or faulted, the other shirked responsibility made presumptions or were hostile. So by contrast. Researchers also noted when partner stayed on topic and furthered the resolution now when individuals had high expectations of the relationship and. Their partners could deliver that match of expectations and ability made for a happier relationship, but not everyone can rise to meet expectations when individuals had high expectations, but their partners how lousy communication skills or dirty those same high expectations set the couple up for disappointment. So the take home is expect a lot of your partner. But only what they're capable of. Secret number six is lie to yourself a little. So remember when you first fell in love, and you thought your partner was the greatest the cutest, the smartest keep them on that pedestal at least

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"annalong" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"annalong" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Bre. Breath. I don't understand Monica. So I worked for the IRS. I'm on vacations is because three quarters of the IRS does not work in Yongin, your tax refunds Monica. First of all if you work for the IRS, and you are part of the delegation, what we want to know is why we pay taxes because how can we be walking together unless we agree Monica. You have identified yourself as v enemy. I mean, we love you. And all, but this you got to tell me the him me, we have questions, then do these bills understand back pain? Do these bills understand back pay after had to pay my bills, and they turned it off? They didn't understand back pay. And this is what I need to know is do they understand that? I don't have a right now and the more than likely the answer is no. And so I just I just just wanna be honest about that Kim says arrogant employees, we are okay in my division. But that that. That we shall see. I know what we shall see mean. We shall see me. She can't imagine it neither we shall see means. I can't imagine it. I know what that means. I speak that I speak that language. I know exactly what that is. Sandra says grow get those tax refunds process. Yeah. Monica. We we want you to get off of the live and help us was she says she not working right now. I wish government. Cares. It. I wish I would not get my taxes child. I'm trying to tell you. I'm telling you watch out in these seen y'all to watch that in these e because at the same stone get these refunds first of all at Annalong get a refund, and you know, I guess price. Lord, all but I remember season. Whole reminisce inform omen, let me take it back. Oh, February I would pay that little extra just to have it direct deposited. And while claiming my children, I've never been more proud to be a parent. I know some of y'all get joss fix it kindergarten, graduations and other view Joe Fixit ballet and tap recital. But nothing made me look much with love and Etta ration- light tax time because I know for sure that all of this that you have cost me throughout the years about two comeback to me in one.

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"annalong" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Extreme weather is taking a toll on coastlines and not just along. The oceans Lisa Kenyan lives in Euclid Ohio right about three doors away from Lake Erie at the end of our street. A tall grassy bluff overlooks the water Kenyon under neighbors collectively owned that land. And the beach below the bluff is about thirty feet tall. So we have like a little stairwell that goes down man, we have like a little boat house that's about halfway down the incline. But during heavy rain this past spring, a long narrow strip of the bluff collapsed and washed down the steep slope to the water like a small landslide. This type of bluff erosion is getting worse as climate change causes more extreme storms and heavy precipitation. Wayne's and high water eat away at the base of lakeside cliffs weakening the land above and making it more likely to collapse during storms Kenyans community is working to stabilize the soil. By planting trees and letting grasses grow along, but we can't control more and more intense rain events, so as the climate changes many coastal property owners both on the ocean Annalong lakes. Find their homes at risk. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication Marne. More at Yale climate connections dot org. Sushi caucus very own seven twenty WGN still ahead in the opening bell. Brian summers will be your from Skift dot com. We'll have the latest on the investigation into the seven thirty seven max. But right now, it's time for the news. Here's Vic Vaughn election. Officials in Florida will hand count fifty three thousand seven hundred sixty nine ballots in the US Senate race between Republican Rick Scott Democrat Bill Nelson, those ballots that were considered over or under boats, meaning that the ballots weren't filled out correctly or couldn't be tabulated through a machine that number does not include Broward, Lee, or Palm Beach counties, three of the state's largest counties have until Sunday to submit the results of their hand recounts. US forces deployed the San Diego to assist border patrol. Officially do. Not regard a caravan Central American migrants headed for the United States as the enemy. That's what a spokesman for special purpose marine ground-air task for seven tells Reuters army, captain goester Cunningham, the third. Said they're just people looking for a better way of life and asylum and US has imposed sanctions on seventeen people for their roles in the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi. They include a fifteen men hit squad that allegedly traveled to Turkey to kill the Saudi consul, general and Instanbul and as senior adviser the crown prince the sanctions immediately froze their US assets. They also prohibit other Americans from doing business with them. Let's get a check a WGN sports. Now would is sponsored by northwestern. Football. Chicago's big ten team Thursday night. Football little help for the bears. Their bid for the NFC north. Thanks to a team the bears beat back in September the Seattle Seahawks wiped out a fourteen three deficit came back to beat Green Bay twenty seven twenty four despite Aaron Rodgers three hundred thirty two yards passing and two touchdowns. Green Bay is four or five and one trailing the six and three bears and the five three and one Vikings who meet Sunday the Blackhawks route for two and a road tonight. Our xfinity Blackhawks report, the hawks hosting the LA kings pre game tonight at seven here on seven twenty WGN depaul is three and for the first time in almost a decade after beating Penn State in overtime, seventy two seventy UIC was oh in three till beating William and Mary one hundred ninety five and OT tonight. It's northwestern hosting Binghamton pre-game five forty five. wgnradiOcom and on AM one thousand couple of games in the bay area were cancelled because of poor air quality, resulting from the wildfires northern California. And some college football games are also threatening colluding. Tomorrow's Cal Stanford game in Berkeley and hobby. Or by is the cubs at distant second. Milwaukee's Christian yelich in the National League MVP balloting, yelich got twenty nine to thirty first place votes..

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"annalong" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on KOMO

"Over the next few days and into the weekend. Now up in Skagit county, the focus is on the town of Lyman and keeping anymore. Holmes from falling into the river there last November Rosen took some homes right now. The army corps of engineers is building a trench to protect homes are road a trail and power lines near the river. They hope to have it done. The next four or five days. But while they're working that river is going to be rising. Now in Seattle. The worries about landslide. The city says twenty thousand properties are prone to slides vandals have struck a water tank in east King County, so people in the river point neighborhood near north band or being told not to drink the water have been going door to door after an employee with the salon water association found the hatch to the tank had been tampered with yesterday, they also found pellets next to the tank it's unclear whether anything was actually put in the water going to test the water today and tell that's done. People are being told to avoid using the water in river point Annalong outsi- road to four hundred eighth eightieth that is four hundred eightieth. Northbound water is not effective cannabis is legal in Canada. But good luck finding it the these days at the country's licensed stores. I just had to get whatever they had. They're pretty much just take what you can get just two weeks into Canada's legalization of marijuana the few stores that are open have no supply and most of cut their hours of operation because on certain days, there's nothing to sell. No one's quite sure. Whether. The supply will finally meet the demand up north and the uncertainty is unnerving for Canada's financial markets cannabis companies stocks have been hit hard this week and explosion damaged vehicle near the Bremerton municipal court house yesterday afternoon. Investigators have a description of a possible suspect, and they're working to identify the man now teams from the FBI and the state patrols bomb squad are assisting Bremerton.

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A California surgeon and girlfriend allegedly raped women -- and the DA fears there may be more

Frank Beckmann

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

A California surgeon and girlfriend allegedly raped women -- and the DA fears there may be more

"There could be more charges filed against a southern California. Doctor and his girlfriend women have been coming forward in California charging the couple drugged and raped them. Thirty eight year old Dr grant Robichaud, and it's thirty one year old girlfriends Orissa Riley are charged in two separate cases of alleged drugging and raping women now. Three more women have come forward and the DA in orange. County says it could be even more victims based on videos and other evidence found on the couple's phones and aerobics shows home Robichaud who wants appeared on Annalong cancelled reality, dating show and Riley denied the charges and

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"annalong" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"To the immune system in several in Arctic bases in our two guys amount. And so some of the interior bases like south pole station or concordia you get this sleep. Alterations, the security and lost this twenty four hour darkness. And you also have a persistent hyperbaric poxy a- coastal an Arctic winner over you have a normal environment, but you also have that extreme environment. And so yes, in flight sleep is important. It can affect the immune system and these are the tools we would look us to look at this phenomenon on the ground and Arctic. Oh, wow, I, I mean, if I was going to go to Antarctica, I'd probably choose the twenty four hour light that would probably make me feel better. They have that during the summer. Yeah. And then you get to the winner. They get the twenty four. I don't know why you'd sign up for the NRT winter trip, but how long are they staying there to to really get enough data to to understand this circadian change crews performing a winner over in Antarctica in most of the bases. The typical mission Gration is about a year that makes it a fantastic ground-based spaceflight analog where we want a pro- prolong mission duration. So the the year is dictated by the calendar year. Generally during the summer period in art ago, you have resupply of these basis, crew swaps happen. And then the last cruise leave for the winner over period and the crews do their one year duration with the middle of the NRT winner being the three months or so of twenty four hour darkness. Do we have enough data to understand what's happening to the immune system because of these sleep studies were are? Is there still a lot that we'd still need to look into? Well, we've been if you're asking me about Antarctica, yes, we're, we're learning more. People have been looking at the reactivation of latent herpes viruses, which is a nice biomarker for immune dis- regulation in entered a winner over and during spaceflight for decades docked. Wayne Pearson, an Esa was one of the pioneers for using viral DNA in saliva as a biomarker for immune dis- regulation. But more recently studies I mentioned with with our European collaborators are helping us to really define comprehensively what happens to the immune system during Antarctic winner over. And so a lot of the same essays that we use to characterize immune changes in astronauts have non is s we simply translate those essays to Antarctica and employ them there. And it gives us a very nice flight to ground comparison right. What's interesting is the different ways you have to change things to implement studies in these two different locations. And so for spaceflight, it's very difficult to take our laboratory there or or get a lot of crew time to do a lot of processing these samples. So we'll draw blood sample. We'll bring it back to earth and we can get ambient blood sample in our hands and about thirty seven hours that was collected during spaceflight Fran Arctic winner over you don't have a rapid return for samples like this, and so you have to, but you do have the ability to deploy a little more equipment and so it concordia station in particular, we deployed flow Saitama, tres various sample processing apparatus, and we'll have the crews do a little more remote processing samples during their winter over activities. What we're chasing the same data flight to ground comparison is very important for validating ground based analog, which is a nice tool to help you understand what's happening during flight, and also a nice location then you can probably use. Test your countermeasures, right? Yeah, there's a lot of other Bill watt of other research going onto. That's you. You use the word analogue this. That's these sort of studies where you're putting them in a in an environment. That's, you know, it's not like you're taking a vacation. I wouldn't call that a vacation at all, but you're really just putting him in this environment early understand what is like in this in these hostile environments in article is one of them. There's another one called Mars, five hundred to what's happening there are we are we doing similar studies Mars. Five hundred is a very interesting spaceflight Annalong that's happening in Russia at the institute for by medical problems in Moscow..

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"annalong" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"To the immune system in several in Arctic bases in our two guys amount. And so some of the interior bases like south pole station or concordia you get this sleep. Alterations, the security and lost this twenty four hour darkness. And you also have a persistent hyperbaric poxy a- coastal an Arctic winner over you have a normal environment, but you also have that extreme environment. And so yes, in flight sleep is important. It can affect the immune system and these are the tools we would look us to look at this phenomenon on the ground and Arctic. Oh, wow, I, I mean, if I was going to go to Antarctica, I'd probably choose the twenty four hour light that would probably make me feel better. They have that during the summer. Yeah. And then you get to the winner. They get the twenty four. I don't know why you'd sign up for the NRT winter trip, but how long are they staying there to to really get enough data to to understand this circadian change crews performing a winner over in Antarctica in most of the bases. The typical mission Gration is about a year that makes it a fantastic ground-based spaceflight analog where we want a pro- prolong mission duration. So the the year is dictated by the calendar year. Generally during the summer period in art ago, you have resupply of these basis, crew swaps happen. And then the last cruise leave for the winner over period and the crews do their one year duration with the middle of the NRT winner being the three months or so of twenty four hour darkness. Do we have enough data to understand what's happening to the immune system because of these sleep studies were are? Is there still a lot that we'd still need to look into? Well, we've been if you're asking me about Antarctica, yes, we're, we're learning more. People have been looking at the reactivation of latent herpes viruses, which is a nice biomarker for immune dis- regulation in entered a winner over and during spaceflight for decades docked. Wayne Pearson, an Esa was one of the pioneers for using viral DNA in saliva as a biomarker for immune dis- regulation. But more recently studies I mentioned with with our European collaborators are helping us to really define comprehensively what happens to the immune system during Antarctic winner over. And so a lot of the same essays that we use to characterize immune changes in astronauts have non is s we simply translate those essays to Antarctica and employ them there. And it gives us a very nice flight to ground comparison right. What's interesting is the different ways you have to change things to implement studies in these two different locations. And so for spaceflight, it's very difficult to take our laboratory there or or get a lot of crew time to do a lot of processing these samples. So we'll draw blood sample. We'll bring it back to earth and we can get ambient blood sample in our hands and about thirty seven hours that was collected during spaceflight Fran Arctic winner over you don't have a rapid return for samples like this, and so you have to, but you do have the ability to deploy a little more equipment and so it concordia station in particular, we deployed flow Saitama, tres various sample processing apparatus, and we'll have the crews do a little more remote processing samples during their winter over activities. What we're chasing the same data flight to ground comparison is very important for validating ground based analog, which is a nice tool to help you understand what's happening during flight, and also a nice location then you can probably use. Test your countermeasures, right? Yeah, there's a lot of other Bill watt of other research going onto. That's you. You use the word analogue this. That's these sort of studies where you're putting them in a in an environment. That's, you know, it's not like you're taking a vacation. I wouldn't call that a vacation at all, but you're really just putting him in this environment early understand what is like in this in these hostile environments in article is one of them. There's another one called Mars, five hundred to what's happening there are we are we doing similar studies Mars. Five hundred is a very interesting spaceflight Annalong that's happening in Russia at the institute for by medical problems in Moscow..

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"annalong" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Connie's all right I got a political, story free today but also kind of a personal one as we talk about it because is there a difference that you assess that you see in the world around you between men and women and the way they react to the same exact temperature on the thermostat The same precise temperature set at seventy? Degrees is a huge difference between the way, men and. Women respond around you to that eight. Eight eight six three. Zero nine six two five eight. Eight eight. Six three zero m AL, some of the experts Mary. Say it's sexist it's a sexist thing that thermostat. At seventy degrees a man feels perfectly comfortable but a woman has her snuggie. Out, she, is Shelly. She's holding a warm Cup of coffee just to stay. Warm she be even has a beanie on she's she's trying. Her best to stay warm she's but she's still. She's still. Shivering it's so called so called the, mayor as a man is like in shorts walk around and his flipflops wondering why it's so hot is there is there a dramatic difference in your world eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five the the reason this comes up today New York gubernatorial candidates Cynthia Nixon? The actress she's running against Andrew Cuomo Cuomo? Is expected to win this race but they have a. Primary debate tonight the first and only And apparently. Cynthia Nixon's team has a bunch of concerns and for good reason, I think Andrew Cuomo is apparently famous. For preferring his public appearances to practically be ice rinks he is he's in fact at one of his, state of the, state addresses this goes back to two thousand eleven the room. Was so cold that they, were handing out blankets to. The people who, were in. The room be assembled audience whereas being handed, blankets in order to keep Andrew Cuomo comfortable. As he stood on stage he wanted to, be cold one state. Senator Diane, Savino and typically that name suggests she's a woman but in two thousand eighteen, you don't know I don't want to. Guess for pronoun here That person said, my feet were, like two blocks of ice that was back at that state. Of the state of the, dressing doesn't eleven and now. Cynthia Nixon's team, begging begging. The debate the debate moderator and the Cuomo, team to please set the temperature it's seventy. Six degrees in the debate hall this evening And. The reason she says is because that working conditions are quote this is a real quote notoriously sexist when it comes to room temperature so. We just wanna make sure, we're all on the, same page here this is how to liberals have a conversation about. The rules they talk about how sexist the rules are Amongst each other And, Mary so, I I wonder do you find when you step, into a room if you have disagreement with your husband about perhaps what an? Appropriate temperature is do we have a disagreement five days a week about the temperature, in? The, studio basically yeah. I think so because, we'll see Luke our engineer super skinny and wears a black t. shirt with a black short sleeved shirt over it every single day Shirtsleeves doesn't, matter it could be February it could be August China stylish that's that's important yes he's very stylish lady single too You will wear a long sleeved shirt, because you're always. Doing television so you always have your long-sleeve shirt on in your blue blazer with a tire around, your next but not tied. So you have. A blades are on. Your really come in with, the. Jacket on Annalong. Sleeve. Shirt right in July, in, August So I have to dress. Accordingly because if I wear a short sleeve shirt in August I'm. Gonna freeze my butt off when they get into the studio so you will often see in Heather, our producer where's. A winter coat all year long in the in her in her little production studio there because it, is so cold in there She she she? Literally, wears a winter coat all year. Long so here I allotted times myself sitting bundled up because I'll bring like a hoodie or, or something, like. That and I will have a bundled up. And I will sit and freeze. My hands around my coffee mug trying to glean warmth, from it so I get it but is it sexist no my. Body's more efficient than yours and so my body, uses less calories a clever way of saying that women have slow metabolisms more efficient Gerald they're not slower is women's women's technically slower Well if you have hypothyroidism. There on average women have slower metabolism's they start more fat, men have, more muscle they've higher metabolism. Yeah we, also are are men also, have thicker skin Harrier skin than women said they also don't feel the cold is much and women's blood vessels are located further away from the skin. Service so they don't keep our skin the same. Way because ours is all about keeping. Our, core, warm are well there's a low in New York. There's a reporter who asked a bunch of men and women about the temperature differences in preparation for this debate, listen here they are assessing it probably related to the basal metabolic rate the NYU school of medicine Dr Debbie non off ramp poll says, the average woman has, a slower metabolism than? The, average man what their bodies.

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"annalong" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"I, it's a very interesting time of you can own a council and have this weird minimal investment that gives you a wealth of games whether on XBox it is game pass, right, where there's hundreds of games free to jump in and play. It will, but it is that idea of the Trojan horse gateway drug of getting somebody through the door the first time because they love one thing, and I've seen that work a bunch of times. Right. Like I'll never forget when my mom told me after playing thanksgiving, twenty eight sixteen no, Jesus two thousand six after playing the week for the first time. Right of I'd really like one of these, what you wanna current generation video game console. You've never ever said anything like that, but bowling was enough, and then she. You know, you saw the attach rate climb up and granted we was a different experience, but in a lotta ways, so can is the switch in a lot of ways. So are the other things especially when you get down to, if for some reason they're getting hooked on PlayStation. They're watching you play, got or Spiderman for night there. The idea that will now it's your media centered. Has your net flicks? Has your Hulu has all these different things. It's about trying to explain the wealth of abilities. It's tough particularly in this day and age because there's a whole generation of people who are built in with his expectation. That content is free. This YouTube era streaming music, twitch streaming this idea that you can get easy access to works of media without having a price that is setting unfortunate precedent that you shouldn't have to pay for things, you know. And that's unfortunate for variety of reasons that I don't need to explain here is pretty obvious, but I would hope that somebody who enjoyed her experience doing something would understand. And like it's going to cost something. Sometimes when I kind of bulk at a price, if I see something and get the sticker shock all, think about how many drinks at a bar I would buy oil about like, oh dinner that I spent the exact same amount of money on dinner worth more than this thing that I'm going to get x. amount of hours of enjoyment out of talking to somebody who wants to gain but doesn't game. I think movies are always a great Annalong. All right. Well, how much do you spend when you go to the movies to play to watch to watch a movie right? Where it's like, you're tickets, twelve dollars, right? You're with somebody else. That's twelve dollars. You had the gas or you had this. You had food drink. When you got there, you went to think about what that experience of four hours cost you versus what this game that's going to be. If it's fortnight unlimited or however long you think you'll play, but like you know, a story campaign of thirty hours or something like that. That's where it really adds up like, well, no, this is a good investment of time getting out of the right, exactly. We solved it. There you go. What's going on over here. Number number space time, Dave who hasn't written in a while to see space time, Dave, right? Seeing the kind of funny dot com slash KF GD and says, happy Friday, Gregory Andrea..

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"annalong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Eight eighty report in the New. York Times says White House counsel Don Mcgann has cooperated extensively in the special counsel. Investigation into, Russian election. Meddling sharing details into whether President Trump obstructed Justice for Murray. UN, Secretary General Kofi Annan. Being remembered as a great diplomat and humanitarian. Died today of a short illness at the age. Of eighty Annalong island beach remain. Shut down after, a. Significant amount of medical waste washed up on the shore. In sports the Mets beat out the Phillies, three one Yanks took out Toronto final score are eleven to six, cloudy, and rainy seventy four. Degrees on this, Saturday August eighteenth good evening I'm Maria Garcia CBS news time nine thirty one the top White House legal adviser has reportedly supplied valuable, information, to the, Russia election meddling, probe we have the latest. Aren't top forty Don mcgann's the top lawyer, for the White, House legal point man for everything from. Judicial nominations to the Russia investigation New York. Times reports mcgann's role in that hasn't been complicated, not only helping. Plot the president's legal strategy but also as a witness for special counsel. Robert Muller and a cooperative one that what leads not molars investigators might not have had otherwise reacting from his New Jersey golf resort the president tweeted Saturday evening he. Allowed Mcgann and others to. Fully cooperate with the special counsel concluding as he frequently does no collusion no obstruction which on Tom Foty CBS, news Washington and speaking of the Russian investigation Senate intelligence committee chairman. Richard Burr says the Russia probe has actually been more difficult than he expected in. An exclusive, interview with. The Associated Press North Carolina Republican opened up, about the investigation that has now consumed nineteen months of his life he said it's been frustrating as hell that's a quote but he. Says the integrity of the. Investigation and the importance to the institution of the Senate is something he has labor to protect bursts says, there is no factual evidence so far on, collusion, or conspiracy between Russia and President Trump's campaign but he, says he's still open on the issue and hasn't personally come to any final conclusions since the investigation is not yet completed As jurors in Virginia way Paul manafort's fate at his Bank and tax fraud trial many are concerned that, even if he's, convicted, he, may skate with a presidential pardon but Loyola Law professor Jessica Levinson says although President Trump may be able to pardon, his former campaign manager the president's pardon power does not extend to state charges the president has. Very broad, pardoning power but only over. Several crimes and, Paul Manafort could also be facing state crimes the New York state attorney general is ready to go on state financial crime prosecutors in Washington DC, are actually planning to try Manafort in September on a whole new set of charges including money. Laundering witness tampering and making false statements deliberations at manafort's current Bank and tax fraud trial in Virginia are set to resume on Monday Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan being remembered as a. Wonderful diplomat he died today at the age of eighty CBS news foreign affairs. Analysts Pamela Falk knew him well for those of us in the UN press corps who knew on during, his tenure as, secretary, general, he was uniquely accessible and personable as well as outspoken without fear rocking any boats sometimes at his own personal risk Annan was UN secretary general from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand six until his death he promoted human rights equality, for women fought to end world poverty a Long Island beach remains closed after a significant amount of medical, waste washed up, on the shore WCBS reporter Kelly Waldron. Tells us what's happening officials here at east Atlantic beach and, Hempstead are. Freezing vigilant lifeguard for taking action after noticing fifty to. Sixty items of assorted medical waste that washed up along a quarter.

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"annalong" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on KOMO

"Joining us on the KOMO, news line is KOMO, Keith Eldridge who is down at the silicon ferry dog, now, this is kind of where the responders. Are basing themselves took it out to catch on, island where, the fire from that crash is still burning what can you tell us Keith Yeah so they've got a command post here and this. Is where the ferry can take. People to understand this point it's only going to go. To Anderson island that people are not going to be. Allowed except. For emergency, responders investigators or the. The I and TSP FAA and homeland security. Are all eager to to get out to the crash scene to see what they can find out they're also. They're going to be checking twenty. Nine year old, ground service agents home we understand he's from Pierce county maybe first name of rich that's what the air traffic controller was. Using the name with with him so they know who. He is just trying to figure out what on earth was doing the people here it's still comes Annalong Puget Sound here chambers bay you know then I stopped course it was the US open three years ago they are all looking out at this unusual sight of this turboprop with horizon. Airlines doing a loop de loops it dangerously close to the water they thought I it was a stunt show and then they realized they were two. F. fifteens other scrambled out? Of Portland Air National Guard that had come out to intercept and keep that plane away from populated areas and apparently they did their job by keeping it away we don't know why the young man decided to do what he did and we don't know why it. Crashed the best guard says they did not shoot down the plane crashed on its. Own they tried to electorate to, several of the airports here. That's coming arrows airport is really close and of course the court field. Air force base is right here. With a huge runway that could handle any kind of. Aircraft like that but instead the plane crash fortunately catch. One island. Is sparsely, populated they don't believe. Anybody on the ground was hurt and also. Fortunately nobody on board that that q four hundred turboprop with the the twenty nine year old man on board. Just him doing what he was. Doing we have, no idea why he was doing it at the investigation is just now really beginning at Ernest Beaux Both at TAC tried to figure out. How on earth he got a hold of that aircraft was able to taxi out and takeoff also gonna be. Taking his home which we believe is here in Pierce county and of course the. Question itself live is still look I'm Keith Eldridge KOMO news Keith we're looking at pictures of. That crash scene, on Caltrans island in a very heavily forested area still spots that are burning in this we're going on coming up on. What ten hours to ten, hours later since the crash site what. Kind of a fire response has been down there. At the still a compared doc because we were hearing that the response was delayed because everyone had to all the fire units had to get on the ferry. Just to get to the island and put it out right so they fire is the one that's handling that You're right it's a very difficult challenging situation they do have fireboats that can help them, out? But when you have a fire on these islands Larry's not as far as we know pre staged fire equipment. There so they had to to get on board and get over, there fortunately nothing was on fire like buildings or homes or anything like that, it was a forested, area as you can see on air four but it was a challenge to get, over there, and with, the fire burning it's all. That fuel though the the. Jet fuel that used, with turboprops that was all, on the ground catching fire the trees shrubs and everything over. There it was a real. Challenge and, as you say it's still going on, now but they don't believe there's any homes or people in danger so that's the good news all right Keith Eldridge. At the silicon ferry dock we continue to follow this story a twenty nine year old man from Pierce. County has. Allegedly stolen a turboprop horizon air. Turboprop went on a joyride last night is as. Some officials have described it ultimately crashing on catch Tron island we, will continue to keep you updated throughout the. Morning thank you Jeff off course you're on KOMO radio AM one thousand FM ninety seven seventy call multi before and. Again with video of this flight if you want to have a look by all means go. To our website at komonews dot com our time right now is. Nine, forty sports right now Seattle Mariners beating Houston in the first game. Of a series five two to the final Seattle gets that winner, both added again today at about four tenths Seattle time and Sounders newly-acquired left-back, Brad Smith he could, get a start tomorrow as a Western Conference leading FC Dallas team says his paper, works arrived, sooner so, pronto to get him on. The field and play next. To the Seahawks will, be in San Diego after, the lost the colts this week and of course we got. Some injuries from those game. That game, offensive linemen Isaiah battle with knee sprain, a team single not too severe and she Marco Jones has an ankle sprain we have sports for you at ten. And forty past the hour here on your home of the huskies KOMO news a yoga instructor can't cash Will Friday be every day I could. Wear denim for. Day shop deals on tenant from Arizona and a and Saint John's bay low rise high. Rise.

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"annalong" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Have some good news to start off with, up seventy five at Royal. In north of Dallas that accident has cleared it's still trying to unwind a, from mid park and along eastbound six. Thirty five from Preston downtown Dallas westbound thirty just after forty five you're entering the downtown canyon that accident still. There is just walking off one right lane at this point but traffic. Is backed up past. Ferguson and that is creating delays onto southbound seventy five. That are snaking around. Onto the eastbound side of Woodall Rodgers then. We've got this other issue on the opposite side of Woodall Rodgers going westbound expect delays they're doing roadwork on the ranch northbound I thirty five so that's. Causing backups you seventy five Lancaster westbound twenty at Houston. School car hit a guard rail right lane is blocked off with a. Delay to Lancaster road Inbal springs eastbound twenty, between seagull road and, loss in Rhode there's road work in the left lane and environ worth Dallas southbound ramp from the tollway to Frankfurt has been reopened plano there is a big backup southbound priced in from part down to the bush turnpike construction reported in the area it's about ten minutes to make your way through that stretch in kennedy on eastbound twenty before bowman springs new accident this one is involving the tractor portion of a tractor trailer and also a car that's in the left lane and delays or beyond business eighty-seven annalong southbound each one from martin southbound three sixty before park row in arlington road work in the right lane is slowing you down from brown boulevard ten to fifteen minute delay and in north fort worth on southbound eighty seven under the harmon bridge there's a semi that stuck so only the right lane is able to get through there is a backup it's you blue mound and roy city westbound thirty near f._m. five forty eight construction has the right lane blocked about a.

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"annalong" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WDRC

"Doing a great deal with sports which sorry talking about the baseball we were talking about about everything and then all of a sudden we get this we get this call oh about the horse race oh this is just say it's i just had a long week annalong night myself but yeah i think it's great that we actually do have someone that is in the loop here in connecticut that can help us with this the horse racing maybe down lying can open some more doors to getting some more professional athletes some on the air i mean we and who knows florida we could maybe get some uconn basketball players on here it's a long shot i have to tell you though if you didn't do this you started talking about it in an all of a sudden you line up you'll lineup this tremendous it was it was just great yesterday just a just great and i think that we're gonna have a couple more more situations when we're going to talk sports.

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"annalong" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Weather center it's going to be sunny and windy today i'm near forty six pretty much the same thing on sunday and on monday sunny with a high near fifty two temperatures around the area right now 44 dough here and villa park fortyseven at midway annalong lakefront like michigan water temperature forty two wins out of the west a ten get chicago news first that the top of every hour i'm roger batters time now to get back to orient samuelsen on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn and times you would talk a little more about drinking wine because i thought so much about asia's in agriculture over the decades and one of the big changes i've seen the is that nearly every state now has a winemaking industry they have winemaking industry here in arizona we have at the in the illinois and really every state i think probably has at least one that vineyard and one wind baker that's been quite a change just like the other change we obscene in agriculture in in a relatively short time back in the '60s the number one corn producing county in the country was mclane county illinois also number one in soybean production now that industry has moved north as a matter of fact number one soybean county in the country is cast county in north dakota fargo and that area now number one in soybean acreage and production change every day and i grigo drouin certainly we'd seated in technology and because of the advances in technology we are able to produce a lot more with less land than we did previously were now saving a lot of what we call pride joe land the in agriculture by not having to farm but because technology allows us to produce more with what we got so changes is is good when it comes in that form for consumers and farmers and ranchers in the united states and the world well we are going to check the endow with some of my thoughts.

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"annalong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of all the woman from greenfield dumpson to hatch and i'm doug russell ghana's gets off to an historic start i'm debbie lazaga got an accident 94 northbound at howard is gone so we do still have delays leftover ryan road to layton avenue ten minutes from leyton into downtown will be fourteen a heavy ride ninety four eastbound highway 16 to the zoo 26 minutes a fifteen minute delay and then from the zoo to downtown is gonna be twenty that's another extra thirteen we've got two un 41 southbound 22 minute ride highway q to the zoo interchange annalong 43 southbound inaki county remember we have that construction's got the right lane closed from highway 16 graft into just before highland debbie lazaga with wtmj pellawicom timesaver traffic the wind is going to be the big story today we have a wind advisory in effect for a of southeastern wisconsin until seven o'clock tonight with gus today of up to forty miles an hour scattered showers and a high of fifty windy again today with a partly cloudy low of thirty eight cuss up to thirty five miles an hour forty seven degrees in milwaukee at 731 cbs news update president trump is taking his fight for tax overhaul all to capitol hill or he will have lunch with senate republicans today cbs' nancy cordis this meeting is meant to show that the president is all in on tax reform that he is working with congressional republicans that he is engaged in the details in a way that perhaps he wasn't on health care some republican lawmakers a worried about losing state and local deductions and highly taxed regions of the country like the northeast new york congressman peter king if they take away your to take loyd brought you touch looked through saline compact you turks and long island will be estimated sat harris was acting labor secretary under president obama were knocked.

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"annalong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"annalong" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Returned we check in with debbie lazaga some issues on 43 near capitol drive with aline closed it looks like yup yup it's an accident on northbound fortythree capital left lane is blocked a fire truck is on the scene and they're try and take care lest south is going to be a fifteen minute ride from downtown dig how proud that is extra sex just got word of another accident happened on westbound 94 on the sawyer road offramp that's highway p and it's out of traffic's was not only affecting you're right on the main line but it's definitely there on in traffic on the ramp itself so be careful downtown to the zoo interchange will be an eightminute ride them from the zoo to highway 16 as eleven eastbound 94 highway 16 to the zoo levin from the zoo to downtown is seven forty one southbound highway q to the zoo lti to fifteen minutes there also 43 southbound brown deer road to the marquette moving along quite well twelve minute ride there annalong 94 southbound downtown to layton avenue a seven minute ride i'm debbie lazaga with wtmj pellawicom doc come hunting the traffic the wtmj fiveday forecast partly cloudy breezy and warmer today little more humidity as well highs in the lower 80s selfless with the 10 to 20 but for some showers and thunderstorms moving later tonight and inter early wednesday morning a low tonight of 64 hopefully you're long get some rain overnight tonight in early tomorrow then we'll see a gradual clearing two mafia and a high of 70 chancellor of a few showers late thursday afternoon of sixty eight brain looks likely on friday can you fall day with temperatures in the '60s as an showers and thunderstorms on saturday a high of 72 i'm meteorologist brian god with the strong she forecast at wtmj liberal voters holding steady lake michigan water temperature 62 degrees madison 78 green bay seventy the eight waukesha seventy six it is seventy eight right here right now in milwaukee a wtmj.

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