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"ashley brown" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"So I see him afterwards, many hours afterwards. And it's it's brought a tear to my eye many times because it does mean a lot. It's cool to see even the IMS radio broadcast. They I heard it this morning because I did an interview and they played what they were saying when I took the lead last year. And it's just, you know, or the two years ago. It's just it's awesome. This place means the most to me. And just having success, like doing it's awesome. But when you start to feel success here and when you start to feel that, you know, you're getting closer and closer to winning, that's that's what makes you want to do it even more. I was in the pagoda when you were when you were in the middle of that 40 laps. How the hell did you get in there? You know, I'm an actor. I pretend to be important. And Doug was was there and I ran into him and he was he was about as nervous a fellow as I've ever seen, like a stepfather. And then it was just but it really was like the whole place was so, you know, behind you. And it's because you're a good dude, you know, not just being a local guy. You're a good dude, as far as I know. Anyway, I think you need to win this thing. That's the goal. That's that is why we show up on Sundays. Last question. Any particular day of show, if you will, prep anything you don't do? No coffee? Light breakfast, no breakfast? Well, the race is too early to have lunch. So you just have a bit of a breakfast and maybe a little snack before before the race. But there's no real crazy tradition. I like going over the snake pit every morning. That's something that I've done as a bit of a tradition to see what's going on over there. The Schroeder production group, Chris Schroeder and Ashley Brown over there, who put the stage up and do all the production over there. They're great friends of mine and they're awesome people. And they do a great job putting that on every year. So I like going over there. And it's like about a 15, 20 minute window, 25 minutes. I want to meet Shaq. That would be cool. Oh, is he performing? He's performing. Is he legit? Is he like DJ Diesel, baby? Have you seen him before? Is he legit at all? Or is it a name? I assume it's awesome. I assume he puts on a great show because after many years of being an elite athlete, I'm sure he knows how to party. That's kind of what I like to do. And I enjoy it and just to just enjoy it with my family and friends. Connor Daly. Thanks, Connor. Thank you, guys. Give my best to your dad. I'm a huge fan. Thank you. My name is Chris Spangel. We are here with Drew Powell and we are talking to David Maloukas, who is the driver of the number 18 Dalecoin racing car. Tell us about your month of May so far. It's been unexpected, exciting. Well, kind of what we expected, but not really. We were expecting to come in to unload with a bit of a quicker car. You know, it's looking at Dalecoin's history, the car we had last year. And unfortunately, this season, it's been a bit of a struggle. We unloaded and we're like, oh, we got work to do. And we managed to find some of a race car qualifying came. Very tough day. Probably the most stressful day in my racing career. You know, we were struggling to, you know, not get bumped. Struggling to try to make it out of the last chance. But thankfully, you know, towards the end of the day, perseverance, a little bit of hope, we managed to put everything together and actually qualify 23rd, which we were just jumping. We were like, if you see our team, we look like we won pole. Like we were so we were more excited than the McLaren team actually getting but we were like, yeah, jumping through the roof. Yeah, when you're sitting there watching those cars go out and you say it's stressful, like what could you for those of us who've never been in that position, what would you liken that to? Like that that feeling of just watching other cars and you're just sitting there just waiting on your future. Yeah, I mean, the way qualifying day works, we have the we have the one run. So, you know, you come in with that run and we were right on the precipice of being in the last chance, which was from 30th onwards. And so we were always in that bubble zone is what they call it. And you always have to wait on the other people that are in last chance to go and do their laps. And because they are in last chance, they can go in lane one and lane one obviously deletes your time. But since they're in last chance anyways, it doesn't matter. You might as well just delete it and just keep going. So you're just kind of watching the board. And then as soon as they hit it, now you go in lane one and try to go again. And because you're trying to push the limit of the car so much, everything's on edge. So as a driver, you're out there and it's not an easy four laps. You are playing with the car at 240 miles an hour going sideways. And it is the most stressful four laps you can possibly do. And obviously from Honda's side, you're pushing the engine as much as you can. So you have to be on top of engine maps, on top of changes. So there's a lot going on for those four laps. And although it's only four laps, it is probably the longest four laps I've ever done. It feels like forever. But yeah, there's so much going on. And that's kind of why it's very stressful. You know, Drew, he has blue eyes, too. Hey, this is going on Tom's theory. Look, so Tom, the host of the show, we've realized today, talking to the drivers, that 80 % of you guys, the three that you missed all had blue eyes, too. So do you think there's some sort of working theory? Maybe there's a driving gene that's maybe of blue eyes. I mean, Jody, what color do you have blue eyes? The green? No, she can never be a driver, I don't think. That's crazy. So, wow. It's one of those things where I thought Tom was being Tom and like, okay, bro. But then everybody kept coming. Yeah. With the exception of the Brazilians and the Mexicans and the Japanese. Like, everybody else has blue eyes. So now I'm like, wait a minute. We're going
"ashley brown" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
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"ashley brown" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the conference hall at the bars around how long she's likely to survive? Yeah, officially she has a 12 month grace period, that's under the rules of this backbench 1922 committee, unofficially they can change the rules at any point. And if they see that she continues to lose very badly in the polls to labor, labor leader Keir Starmer, then, you know, what they won't have any hesitation in removing her. The problem is that the election is fairly close, you know, we're looking at a spring 24 election. That's really not very long to get a new leader in place and replace it. And you're basically it's the choice between going into election that you know you're going to lose until this, or replacing her with a new leader, and that's a huge, huge gamble, and it's whether it's whether they've given up or whether they really want to really fight at the next election. Just very briefly, before we let you go, the market reaction. How closely do you think investors are going to be watching this speech given that need to rebuild credibility? Yeah, she's going to have to show that she really sticks to her guns that she's very serious about her economic plan that there are no more U turns. They want they want to know that she's staying the course that she that she is credible. But I think if you compare this to labor's conference last week, where we saw businesses flock to see Keir Starmer in his top team, you know, investors wanted to meet him and they saw him as somebody responsible. The party of sound money that is not what she's projecting here. Fascinating that that division between the response to labor versus the response to the Conservative Party, which of course traditionally would have posted themselves at the home of UK business. Emily Ashton fantastic as ever on the ground here at the Conservative Party conference the UK and Bloomberg's UK government reporter ahead of that important speech from the prime minister Caroline. Thank you so much, Tom Mackenzie and Emily Ashton live in Birmingham there. Well, of course we will bring you that speech by Liz trust that will take place around 11 a.m.. It's going to be prefaced by a number of others, including the party chairman Jake berry. At a very, very difficult time. I mean, I was speaking to the justice minister Rachel maclean yesterday. She was saying that there needs to be a sense of approach to the public finances. She was again trying to dampen down the speculation around whether there would be any changes to benefits or not saying that the government is still in the process of making these decisions, but unfortunately the time pressure is now on the government to come up with the answers that the chance is still sticking to the 23rd of November as the date for when he's going to give further details on the tax and spending plans. Yeah, well, the question over benefits is interesting and we were talking to Ashley Brown and the program yesterday as well. The MPE and he was saying that there is this the everyone tried to walk this very careful line by saying that we're not going to recklessly spend public money, but at the same time we have to balance people who need it most, getting the help that they need. But the question is on a day that we're looking at a rail strike as well. The argument a lot of Tories are making is that, you know, how do you increase benefits at a time when employees aren't getting anything similar in terms of pay rises either. Yeah, I mean, that's difficult argument to make. Do you know how much universal credit is the allowance? I don't. I'll give you the figure. It is, the standard maximum allowance for a single person over the age of 25 is 334 pounds and 91 pence. Per month. Yikes. Yeah, so that is the amount of money that's being discussed. So yeah, we've got lots more though to come, of course, around the government, their tax and spending plans. What it means for business more importantly because the CBI's vice president, lord Bill and Moyer will be joining us in just a moment. It is just gone 9 30 here in the City of London. Good morning to you if you're just joining us, this is Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. I'm Stephen Carol. And I'm Caroline Herbert, welcome to the program this morning, so we're about an hour and a half away from the prime messel is just giving her keynote address to the conference in Birmingham on a day as you mentioned of rail strikes, and also a day where in the markets that things are actually turned rather negative. We had a couple of days of big Wall Street valleys, European stock rallies too, that all seems to have turned around today. Yeah, at the moment, we see the stock 600 down by 9 tenths of 1%, the FTSE now down. Further into negative territory down 1.4%, the FTSE may have been Milan is down by 1.6%. All of these markets are fairly significant gains yesterday on speculation around whether the drop in job openings in the U.S. might lead to a sort of pivot in the Federal Reserve and what it's doing in terms of rate hikes. The S&P E minis are 1% lower now this error that markets are 3% gain yesterday, though, and the sell off and bond markets is continuing the German ten year yield 8 basis points higher this morning, one spot 95, the Bloomberg dollar spot index, four tenths stronger, Sterling is trading just under $1 and 14 cents on cable. And now to our top stories, Elon Musk is revived his bid for
"ashley brown" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"ashley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Guys 23 to 30% off today at deals dot com. Live. Look, Lucas Oil Stadium, which will host the Colts and the Rams. Come this weekend 71 degrees. It's sort of like a midday temperature out there right now. Yeah, walked out early this morning and just has that kind of late summer muggy feel about last week. When we were 15 degrees cooler. We were saying things like crisp and who? I I mean, I think by Friday morning we're talking numbers in the forties in some spots, right? I mean, this is September ebbs and flows. Sherry Transitional month. Um Nineties. Don't hang around long. Although we've had kind of three days on a row of near 90 degree heat, there is some relief inside. Unfortunately, it comes to the price of maybe some stronger storms this evening, So we have to kind of keep an eye on that. There's a lot of dry time here during the day, though, so that's the good news and no problems. You're making way off to work here for this morning. We're kind of hovering right around 70 degrees for Wayne Indy. Bloomington, Evansville, Low mid seventies and some spots Dewpoints mid upper sixties That's pretty juicy for this time of morning and in this part of September. It is pretty human, and that's going to help to kind of drive. Some of these thunderstorms are heading our way later on into the day. Local view of storm tracker Clean sweep. I think a lot of the day is going to be pretty quiet here. We do have a cold front that's now to our West. West of the Mississippi River. There's not much action alongside that cold front. It will arrive by later this afternoon later this evening, and that will be the trigger for showers and thunderstorms at the bus stop this morning. No weather related issues will be in the lower seventies. Between now and eight o'clock We were at 72 right now It's a south wind at nine MPH statewide temperatures for wing at 68 warm spots up in months at 75. Lafayette at 72, along with terror Hope, Bloomington, You are sitting Met 71 degrees Hot day dry day on top 82 at noon. I'm going with a high of 88. We had 87 yesterday. I don't think we quite make it to 90 degrees, but we will be awfully close now. All eyes will be to this evening when the storms arrive. Along that cold front. Bull's eye will be in northern Indiana Lafayette Co camo Fort Wayne South Bend, You are included in a slight risk for severe weather. Most of the rest of the state under a marginal risk that includes India, metro areas that's a step below. In both cases, wind is gonna be the primary concern. The tornado threat nearly zero There could be some hailstones mixed in with some of the stronger storms as well. Let's talk timetable here. No problems until probably around 567 o'clock. So when Ashley Brown is with you, she'll be tracking some of these storms starting to evolve in northern Indiana. That's at five o'clock. We'll see a broken line of storms. When I say broken, that means not everybody is going to see. Rain and storms. That line will move into the metro area. We think probably between nine and midnight tonight and then that line will kind of stall out down to the South. So that will provide with some scattered rain chances overnight into early tomorrow morning for the southern third of the state, and then our rain chances kind of linger around. Mainly showers. For much of your Wednesday south of I 70 so we're going to keep with rain chance at any point during the day. I think better rain chances, especially past the morning hours will be south of Indianapolis near 70. So another warm start tomorrow morning, but we don't really warm up much lower seventies at noon. We'll finish with highs into the middle seventies later in the afternoon. This cool down does not last long. It will be a bit more refreshing by tomorrow afternoon. But we bounced back to 82 on Thursday and mid eighties for Friday and possibly sneaking into the upper eighties as we head into the weekend. Peterman brothers, heating and cooling a day forecast not many rain chances past tonight as well and again hot for the weekend, so much so that we may not be able to have that roof and window open again for Sunday. Because of that heat. We're going with highs near 90 for Sunday to wrap up the weekend and not much cooler as we open up the work week, Monday and Tuesday with just scattered rain chance for Tuesday highs back into the mid eighties. Steph thanks markets about 5 52 for those getting into work this morning. We're not seeing a whole lot of issues in terms of our drive quite yet. It is still early on as we approach six o'clock. South side. I 4 65 year, Emerson Avenue looks great for East and West bound commuters along the interstate. The exit ramp to hop on to the interstate this morning.
"ashley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Instant traffic. Updates of WI BC traffic forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The dry stretch of weather continues into the weekend. Beautiful weather for us today and tonight Fantastic as well. Temperatures falling to the fifties. A 50 degree start to your day on your Friday warm into the upper seventies and low eighties on Friday, another great choice for pick of the week. Now as we head into the weekend will warm things up slightly looking at the low eighties for Saturday in the mid to upper eighties. On Sunday, some Locations will see 90 degree temperatures by Sunday afternoon with the increase in humidity. I'm storm track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown, on 93 wi. BC. I'm Stan Lear on the level and to go and I'm wi bc dot com Hammer and Nigel suddenly overwhelmed with three graphs. It's in my feelings for me, and I don't find it at all Pleasures on 93. W I. P C California shaving and I on the White House. Joe Biden expected to take the podium around five o'clock and discuss Some updates in terms of covid policy for the White House. We have mandated vaccinations for all federal workers and contractors. We have discussions about booster shots. Um, we have discussions about free testing the expansion of testing overall, specifically more testing in schools to keep them open and hammer. Uh, one of the breaking news items I've seen as a preview to Biden speeches. He's going to mandate that all employers With more than 100 workers. Require covid vaccinations or weekly virus tests, which would affect As many as 100 million people this, according to the AP, What's going to be interesting is what's going to happen to states' rights here because you already know guys like two Santas and Abbott and Christy Nome. They're going to say Get bent. This is our state will handle our business. But what about Eric Holcomb? Eric Holcomb has so far had to avoid being the bad guy right.
"ashley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The seventies by afternoon, warming to the low to mid nineties, it will feel like the triple digits when you factor in that humidity. The warming trend continues into Wednesday as well. Experience some of the hottest temperatures of the year, mid nineties feeling like the triple digits Storm track, a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown, on 93 wi bc. I'm Stan Lear on the level and to go and on W Abc dot com. Nigel present is It depends upon what the meaning of the word is. He is this anything? Www. Y You see, they were brought to you by big Red liquors this month. Big Red Liquor's good away six solo stoves Hammer be the envy of the campground or patio this year with the world's finest smokeless fire pit. I have one. I love it, Um, me and you can sign up big red liquors dot com for more details. I'm going to run some stories by you. You tell us if it's anything or not, we start with this. The Big New York City homecoming concert in Central Park got shut down about halfway through because the remnants of that tropical storm was making its way through the Northeast. Uh Patti Smith, Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen. Paul Simon. They never got to perform. No. Here's the announcement, which happened in the middle of Barry Manilow performing his song Can't smile. Well without you. Attention attention with these flat, close attention to the following shaky message. Do two approaches reveal weather. Oh, persons should quickly and calmly, so the nearest exit and proceed. To your vehicles and protected areas outside of the event site. Please seek shelter for your safety. Thank you for your cooperation You imagine going like I wish Rob Kendall's Mark and Rob Show would have been there to see Bruce Springsteen. Berry Manilow got to perform, but Bruce Springsteen got cancelled..
"ashley brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The seventies by afternoon, warming to the low to mid nineties. It will feel like the triple digits when you factor in that humidity. The warming trend continues into Wednesday as well experience some of the hottest temperatures of the year mid nineties feeling like the triple digits I'm storm track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown, on 93 wi. Bc. I'm Stan Lear on the level on the go and on W E B. Dot com. You're listening to the Hammer and Nigel Show on 93. W E V. C. My name is Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. We'll have some audio from the Trump Rally over the weekend. Oh, man, Orangeman 45. Had some, uh some singers and some one liners. If you missed it, we'll have it for you In just a second. The well, the news in Tennessee the real quick, just I mean, massive flooding Their hammer in Middle Tennessee has been devastating. So far. 22 confirmed dead 50 plus missing. Uh, this was as a result of 17 inches of rain. Falling in the county in less than 24 hours, According to the National Weather Service. Emergency crews have been searching door to door after the flooding took down. Lot of the cell phone towers. The roads were closed. This was just a horrific, horrific story. And Nige the thing that really kind of upsets me and again, there's a special spot in Tennessee. In my heart. We go down there every year to like the pigeon Forge Gatlinburg area. If you watch the weather Channel this weekend, it was wall to wall coverage of this. Pissy little tropical storm in New York that was going up and down the coast. You know, with a gust, Maybe just a gust of 60. Maybe 70 MPH. Now I know those storms can do some damage. They completely neglected what was going on in Tennessee because they might get a little rain up in the Eastern Seaboard Sunday over the weekend job, But one of the things job I had another press conference over the weekend. One of things, he said was, if you have to hunker down if you have to get away from the hurricane. Make sure you wear a mask. Believe me sad. What? What if you have to go indoors for the hurricane? Where a mask. Thanks for the reminder, Prez. Well, the C D. C on top of that the CDC put out some step by step things you can do to prepare for a hurricane. And one of the things was get vaccinated. No. Well, how is that? Why is that getting prepared for hurricane? I have no idea. None whatsoever. So if I'm vaccinated, I can stand outside. My house is immune to all the flooding, the wind damage and all that kind of stuff. Is that what they're telling me if I'm getting ready for hurricane getting vaccinated is probably about 50th on the list of things I need to do. Right board up your windows. If you're gonna stay put. Fill up your bathtub with water stuck up a dry goods, non perishable items. Uh, you know, maybe if you got a generator fire that up that's getting vaccinated is not on the list. In terms of protocol for a hurricane. It's not going to be like The Simpsons where the severe weather goes around Ned Flanders house. He hits homers House. It doesn't really work that way. Is that because Ned Flanders is a Bible, gather? Yes, sir. Shit. Homers the center..
"ashley brown" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
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"Cooler and drier air mass is expected tonight as rain moves out of the area and temperatures fall to the upper fifties to low sixties Tomorrow. A cool start to your day by afternoon picture Perfect the best Weather Day of the week. My pick of the week Friday. Mostly sunny and dry with temperatures in the upper seventies low eighties By afternoon, we'll continue a slight warming ran into the weekend. I'm some track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown, on 93 wi bc. I'm Stan Lear on the level on the go and on wi bc dot com. I want you to get up right now. Go to the window. Open it. Please stick your head out and yell. I'm as mag as hell. And I'm not gonna take this anymore. And now, Emery, Nigel, go off the rails with Franck Kindle on 93. W i B C. My name is Nigel Jason Hammer is here. Rod Kendall from the mark and Rob show joining us to go off the rails July. First. Finally, zero covid restrictions We should all give, Hogg said. And Kane a nice pat on the back a nice little. Golf clap. Hey, the Pacers, Thank Hogsett and Kane Jimmer say thank Hogg said and came for their steadfastness throughout this whole ordeal. I'm wondering, Rob, if you think we'll get the same kind of Thank you the same kind of reception from Penske and Miles and the people at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Well, first of all, I'd like to thank garage doors of Indianapolis because they are our sponsor. Jimmer say it's easy for him to thank, Hogg said. And Kane because he doesn't have to pay rent on that stadium. We do it. The people who hawks Kane put out of work, so it's easy for millionaire guy to go. Oh, you did such a wonderful job. I'm gonna go stay in my multibillion dollar stadium. Give me a break on the hog said and Kane are what they did. The past year was borderline criminal. It was gross. It was disgusting. Working in cahoots with Governor Holcomb, they shall be ashamed of themselves. Yes, I just hammer If I'm Penske and Miles and people, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway just a month ago, they were limited capacity for the 8500 and 34 of 40%. And now what changed After a month does McCain and Hawks had say? Oh, no, Everybody can patent pack them all in no mask. Did we reach the 50% vaccination rate? Because I was told we couldn't move forward until we got 50% exasperated. I would just be just beside myself if I will people running Indianapolis Motor Speedway when a month later. You told me 30 days ago. I couldn't fill this place up and make a profit. Make enough money. There was a handful of covid. Um, uh, infections that came out of the Indy 500 now, 30 days later. Rob is magically everything's gone. Everything's open. Well, they ran out of They just literally ran this thing. I mean, think about this. If I'd have told you guys January 2020 what was going to happen over the over the past 15 months from March until June, you wouldn't have believed it. They ran this thing a lot longer than they could. And they realized the end of the road is, people would lose their minds if they didn't have. Indianapolis Colts football. They can get away with it at the track because a lot of people are outsiders. They still could justify every single dollars 125,000 people there. They know the breaking point when every other NFL team was going to have full capacity they had to give in, and you can't give in until you can have football and not open. Everything else back up. They just they. It's like playing checkers moving the checker on the checkerboard. When you've got one king and the others guys got seven. You can only move it so often and you run out of moves and how much of this was The folks that go to the Colts and Pacers games. There's a good chunk of those folks who vote Democrat who are hogs that voters who elect these super liberal members of the City County Council..
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"Trending this. Our body cam footage shows Metro police in a gun battle back in February with murder Suspect Avon Macklin drama now. Robert. He was being chased by seven officers who say Macklin started shooting and they returned fire. He was taken to a hospital in critical condition, but he survived. You suspected in the shooting death of another man in January and also faces charges of robbery, unlawful possession of a firearm and more Ah post 9 11 law allowed covert 19 vaccinations to begin months earlier than the otherwise would have. But vaccine opponents have used that same law to question its safety Eric Berman reports a letter from 19 House Republicans protest ng I use Maxine requirement emphasizes the vaccines don't have full FDA approval. Dan or unseen Heads I u P wise. Call Center for law and Health, he says The only real difference is that emergency approval shortens the follow up period from six months to to return now been administered to millions of people. You do have good evidence than on both efficacy and safety. Some critics have gone further calling the vaccine experimental, Ornstein says. That's what it was before clinical trials, he says. It's inappropriate to describe it that way Now. Eric Berman 93 Wi VC Mobile news on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. Now. Here's the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. We continue to track showers and thunderstorms into the overnight hours. Temperature's mild tonight in the sixties by tomorrow afternoon, keeping the chance of rain in the forecast only warming to the upper sixties toe low seventies. I'm subtract a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown on 93..
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"I'm subtract a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown on 93 w I. B c right now on monument Circle. Partly cloudy 79 degrees. I'm rob, counting on the level on the go and on w E b c calm, Hammer and Nigel believe these characters They're weirdos 93. W I b C on so sick of these stories I'm done with him. I hate him. But we can't stop talking about him because you need to highlight exactly what's going on in this city. I'm Nigel chasing Amour is here. Other child was shot inside a home on the Northeast side early this morning, stray bullets coming from the outside entering the home and hitting a four year old child, Amor. This was just after one A.m. officers were called out to the 9700 block of East 42nd Street between post and Mid Hoffer and there was a report of a person shot. Which, unfortunately in today's Indianapolis night, that's not uncommon. A lot of these friends that we have in law enforcement say, Yeah, it's kind of a war zone out there. For the second time in a week. We're talking about a child that was inside of a house doing everything right? And still stray bullet comes in and hits a child. This is a four year old now the good news. Is that the child's going to be okay was shot in the leg. Stable condition taken to Riley. Andre thing seems like it's going to be okay. That wasn't the case last week, and that story last week just breaks my heart because your old Yes, staying up late playing video games at Grandma's house. That's something that I used to do when I was a kid. You don't stay up late at my grandma's house and whether it was games or watching TV. Whatever you're doing everything right? You're with family members. And because lunatics are outside stray bullets are coming in that 12 year old lost his life. What's sad. Still have no info on a possible suspect. So whoever has done both of these shootings, Nige, they're still out there somewhere code of silence. Huge problem when it comes to this sort of thing. People always want toe. I don't know what the right word is. Defend these people. They're afraid to rat them out because they feel like snitches get stitches. And if somebody finds out who ratted somebody out, they're going to get shot and killed on the back end. I mean, I hate that this is Indianapolis. We're talking about. We're not talking about like This neighborhood and boys in the hood in Compton. This is Indianapolis and 2021. This is ridiculous. This was a local community activist this past Friday. We played this sound, but I think it's worthy of playing it again, talking about how they're sick and tired of being Sick and tired on the east side on Don't be half of the community and everybody is standing behind. You.
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"Conditions expected tonight with a light Breeze. Mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper sixties Tuesday, warming once again to the mid to upper eighties a very warm day, well above average temperatures, but dry winds pick up becoming breezy on Tuesday afternoon by Wednesday, showers and thunderstorms returned to the forecast. Isolated, strong severe storms are possible on Wednesday afternoon. I'm some track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown on 93. W I b C I'm stand were on the level on the go and done Wi be si dot com. Hammer and Nigel believe these characters are weirdos on 93 wi Be C E Name is Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. Got some good news for you. Let's talk about America's fight against covered 1919 last slamming at this small moment Here are three vaccine side. You piss off now you made coffee. We're all nervous because of coming matching posted a picture on Twitter. I just cannot get bored on the weekends. I like stirring things up a little bit on Twitter and recite posted this picture of a headline on ABC News, it said. US hits new lows in covert cases and deaths. It's a picture I took off the TV and I suppose that I put have you think Donald Trump before your vaccine today? Oh, boy. Oh, boy, Through the a whole bait in the water.
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"News, the Children of Gaza who were caught in the crossfire are getting a much needed break in rural Gaza, A local nonprofit held a group therapy session today for Children dealing with trauma. Faxes. Trade gangster as Egyptian mediators work to keep the cease fire going. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is preparing to travel to the Middle East next week. Iran's nuclear program will be the focus of a news conference tomorrow. The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog agency will hold the briefing. He's currently in talks with the regime to extend a monitoring arrangement. That could impact talks about reviving Iran's nuclear deal with world powers, including the U. S. They plan to keep talking. But Senate Republicans and the White House are said to be far apart on an infrastructure package. A counter offer from the White House proposes spending $1.7 trillion on an infrastructure bill that is down from two and a quarter trillion dollars. Initially asked for by President Biden Fox's Jared Helper, and the GOP remains opposed to tax increases to pay for the plan. If you bought a mega millions lottery ticket in Pennsylvania, you should be reviewing the numbers carefully. There's only one winning ticket and it's worth $515 million. America's listening to Fox News. When it comes to news. Were there news radio 1000 Katie. Okay. Oklahoma's first used eight attorney general Mike Hunter, has filed charges against a broken arrow woman who owned it in home health care company that provided services to disabled adults. Margo Marino has detail, Hunter says 34 year old Ashley Brown still more than $16,000 from clients, but it's not the first time charges have been filed against her. The state's Eiji has filed previous charges against her for stealing money from an elderly couple and for embezzling from.
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"Mobile news on the level on the go, Go put on your mask. You head to the ballpark Mostly clear overnight. Sunny Tuesday. I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Indiana's three minor league baseball teams lost their 2020 seasons to the pandemic. But Rob Comet reports they will be back in action next month. We have not played since Labor Day. Mike Nutter is the president of the Fort Wayne Tin Caps were furloughed just about everybody on staff. But he says those employees are now back. The 2021 season starts May 4th and the tin caps will still require masks, starting with 3000 socially distant fans per game. Hoping to add more later this summer. Rob counted 93 WBC mobile news 282 inmates of the Johnson County Jail have declined. The one shot Corona virus vaccine only 58 got the shot Monday and with that the jail remains on lockdown. For now. Eight inmates tested positive earlier and the Indianapolis health plagues of 38th and guy and rode his closed temporarily because if you club members have been diagnosed with Legionnaire's disease that's a bacterial infection, not a virus. Legislators have a week and a half to figure out how to spend a windfall from Washington. Those air your tax dollars they're talking about Eric Berman reports. Indiana will get $3 billion from the latest federal pandemic relief bill. Senate Appropriations Chairman Ryan Mishler says the bipartisan State Budget Committee can deal with some of it after legislators go home. But Senate Republicans budget includes 900 million of it, and Mishler says he plans to add more once he's had more time to study it. Eric Berman, 93 Wi VC Mobile NIA on the level on the go and on Wi Be C calm Now. Here's the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. Dry, breezy and cool. Tonight is temperatures fall to the forties in the overnight hours. Cool. Start to your day on your Tuesday by afternoon, mostly sunny and dry, with temperatures in the low to mid sixties. I've some track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brown on 93..
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"You turned 40 over the weekend. On Friday. I did. Yeah. Big 40. How's that feel that treating you know about the same? I looked in the mirror and see any great here. So wait a minute. Wait. Hold on. Hold on. You didn't see any hairs at all. That's right. But most importantly, I didn't have any gray hair living life. Did you adore you? Did you have Ah, Were you surprised at all? Did you did any of the family members surprise you with anything that you got to dinner? Would you do quick shoutout to my wife? She put it. She made this incredible video because, you know, obviously, with pandemic still Top to get a bunch of people around for a good party. She reached out to old high school friends, college friends. Um, this is my third television job, so I've been in two different markets. Here is some of the people that I worked with before I even met her and put together like this 20 minute video of them just telling funny stories that they remember me with that some point in life. That was incredible, and she she worked on that, she said For Cuma. That's also my wife. Yes, she worked really hard on that now was that was very special. That was a really cool birthday present. And Marcus those who follow you on social media. No, you are a diehard Indianapolis Colts fan like 90% of the photos of you on social Media is either wearing a cult jersey or at a Colts game. It feels like so, with that being said. Is it easier toe like Tom Brady? Now that he's separated from the Patriots? You know that's a good question. Uh, my wife asked me about that. How are you feeling like it was like knowing how I felt when Peyton Manning went to the Super Bowl of the Broncos and I was kind of cheering form, But in another sense, I'm like, you know, whatever. There's probably a lot of Patriots fans that are super mad right now. And I am 100%. Okay with last night before we let you go here, you said we're going to see a little bit of a warming trend may be a late night tonight. That means we're gonna be in the fifties and sixties later in the week, Give it to me. Come on, Marcus. You know it does get a little better. Kind of active here the next few days. We may have white light rain showers tomorrow because I think we do. Get back to the low forties. Eventually, tomorrow on then another round of maybe some scattered so showers on Wednesday, But what did you have to the weekend? Have low and possibly made forties. And that may be playing a conservatively, so there's some. And so we may have a least at least a nicer warmup for January and early February standards look forward to so we not we will be in the freezer for very long kind of little Bessie right now, but hopefully getting better over the next 6 to 10 days. Where can we find you at my friend? I will be on going in for the Chief Ashley Brown. She saw attorney released all the inside of 56 of 11. And, of course on social media, Twitter and Facebook and Instagram just served a search at Marcus Bailey weather. Appreciate it, man. Thank you so much. All right. Thanks. That was Speaking of Tom Brady, Let's get Kevin Bowen, who covers all things sports at one of 752 fan. Let's get him on the show, and we'll talk a little bit about the Super Bowl matchup. But more importantly, who's going to be the trigger man for the Colts next year? Who's going to be the quarterback? Do they have a snowball shot? And you know what? At Aaron Rodgers? How about Matt Stafford? Hey, he went online to switch your car insurance to progressive so you could save money. But then you saw a friend request from an old summer camp buddy. And now here you are clicking through photos of his kickball team from 2011. Looks like they won the.
Phyllis George, pioneering sportscaster and former Miss America, has died
"Phyllis George the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer has died at the age of seventy A. B. C.'s Thailand has her story she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger an irv cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a man's job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient came in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifty six year old who hosted the entertainment show people and co anchored the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected
Sports Broadcasting Pioneer Phyllis George Dies At 70
"Phyllis George the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer has died at seventy she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger owner of cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a man's job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient came in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifty six year old who hosted the entertainment show people and co anchored the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected
Pioneering sportscaster Phyllis George dies
"A pioneering sportscasters died at the age of seventy A. B. C.'s Todd and has more on the life of Phyllis George she was Miss America in nineteen seventy one four years later Phyllis George joined Brett Musburger owner of cross on the NFL today show despite as she wrote in a two thousand two memoir it was a manager job and a good knowledge she knew nothing about the industry they must be the most resilient team in all of pro sports I think that's the best way you can put it you remember back in the fifties she also hosted the entertainment show people and co anchor the CBS morning news her daughter Pavel Ashley brown is a CNN White House correspondent Phyllis George will be remembered as a pioneer who inspired other women to become sportscasters as well as a respected unitarians