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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Health Desk. Dr Deanna Lights W W. J News radio 9 50. So once the vaccine is available, will you be getting the Koven 19 vaccine? According to a new Detroit News W V Pole, more than a third of respondents say no, the poll found 39% of Michigan voters say they do not plan to get vaccinated against Corona virus once a vaccine is approved by the FDA. Around. 44% say they would get the vaccine while the rest were unsure. The poll found. People over the age of 50 were far more likely to say they plan to get it. Then younger respondents Some pioneering research is now happening up North. W. W. James Beth Fischer tells us that's especially true as Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Tech is joining forces with Planet M. That's the office of Future Mobility and Electrification. The partnership means they'll be able to collaborate with industry partners and startups, according to the director of the Great Lakes Research Center. Dr Andrew Barnyard. We are in the process of, um, a project to turn a jet ski into an autonomous vehicle. And understanding the machine learning and the artificial intelligence necessary to make a jet ski handle waves, Barnard says. They want to work up to have freighters be autonomous. Beth Fischer w W. J News radio 9 50. It's builds a shopping holiday with a deeply discounted items, and it's right around the corner. Amazon Prime Day is almost here. Prime Day is a really interesting thing. It's kind of a one of those fake holidays. But in this case is for shopping that's seen as Ian. You're telling me the normal Prime day event in July was pushed to October 13 because of Cove in 19, a made up holiday is actually quite popular for bargain hunters and made dramatically alter this year's holiday shopping season. Prime Day's gonna be kind of like black Friday in a lot of ways, I'm really curious to see whether everyone who buys all the stuff usually on black Friday is just gonna move all their shopping up to 2 October now. Other retailers like Wal Mart and Target also planned deep discounts on Amazon Prime Day October. 13th and 14th Tom Jordan. Wwj. NewsRadio 9 30. Jeff Lesson is joining us. He's going to recap What Steve eyes Germans been doing a part of the NHL draft. That's in 30 seconds. This is Jo Jo thinks he's seen it all. I've seen it all gold encrusted pork chop. Seen it. Cat with a dog tattoo seen it? But when it comes to identity theft, Joe only monitors his credit bank statements. Credit fraud seen it. He.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"J. NewsRadio 9 50. It's some pioneering research that's happening at the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University in Houghton, WW. Jay's Beth Fischer tells us that's especially true as its joined forces. Now, with Planet M. That's the office of Future Mobility and Electrification. The partnership means they'll be able to collaborate with industry partners and startups, according to the director of the Great Lakes Research Center. Dr Andrew Barnyard. We are in the process of, um, a project to turn a jet ski into another autonomous vehicle. And understanding the machine learning and the artificial intelligence necessary to make a jet ski handle waves, Barnard says. They want to work up to have freighters be autonomous. Beth Fischer W W. J News radio 9 50 It's billed as a shopping holiday with deeply discounted items, and it's almost here. Amazon Prime Day is almost here. Prime Day is a really interesting thing. It's kind of a one of those fake holidays. But in this case is for shopping that's seen as he insured telling me the normal Prime day event in July, was pushed to October 13th because of covert 19, a made up holiday is actually quite popular for bargain hunters and made dramatically alter this year's holiday shopping season. Prime Day's going to be kind of like black Friday in a lot of ways, I'm really curious to see See whether everyone who buys all the stuff usually on black Friday is just gonna move all their shopping up to 2 October now. Other retailers like Wal Mart and Target also planned deep discounts on Amazon Prime Day, October. 13th and 14th, Tom Jordan WWJ NewsRadio, 9 15 already Stevie Wise, doing his thing as the NHL draft is ongoing and we have major league baseball to talk about. Postseason is rolling on. We're going to talk about that, and more sports is coming up in 90 seconds. For all our sakes. We need to avoid crowds as much as possible. But what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages? Whether you're a small business or have a new work from home? Set up stamps dot com can help print postage on demand.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Office space. Help that The state park. Mackinaw State. Historic works even has downloadable programs that you could use for your Children. So you know you could get your history in. You could figure out ways to get your math and Really figure out some way to get some high says the kids can learn about Native Americans on the island and the war of 18 12. He cannot says You can also see the fall color and enjoy a slower time on the island. Reporting live. Beth Fischer w W. J News radio 9 50 like it was way back when alright. Thanks, Beth. We're gonna check in with Tony about two minutes away about 30. Years ago, a group of people started something very special. Here in North Texas. The Texans can academies and today local kids are still getting the skills they Need to live a better life. Thanks to people like you. Will you please consider donating a vehicle Working or not? You'll help make their lives better and north Exes stronger. You get a nice tax deduction. The towing is free. And you get a $50. Visa gift card is a special thank you just called 972274 kids or log onto cars for kids dot or ge. And remember right off the car, not the kid. Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company. Finding the right people is a very difficult pants. So I used that crude zip recruiter finds the right people for your job and actively invites them to apply Zip recruiter. We fired everyone from the accountants to project managers to feel scientists. And now you can try Zip recruiter.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Al D. B. Chrysler, DODGE RAM and WW News. Time is 8 11, An 85 year old man has been stabbed to death inside of a Michigan Meyer store. The man was stabbed multiple times in the head and neck and died at the scene. Police and Adrian Michigan, say a woman armed with a handgun and who saw what happened, ordered the suspect, a 29 year old Adrien, man to the floor. Held him there until officers arrived. The woman has a concealed pistol license. A knife believed used in the stabbing was found on a store shelf. No motive established. The investigation is ongoing. 30 healthy home sales last month and Metro Detroit. Let's go live on local form or to tell you W James Beth Fischer Beth Home sales were up 4.6% in August compared to August of last year. Really? Comp President Frank Kerala says Home prices are up 12% from last year, but inventory is down. More than 38% inventory has been a problem for the last couple years and To see the numbers that we have right now. If we would have thought we would have anticipated these numbers a year a year and a half ago, we have had our heads in our hands because we were anticipating inventory had bottomed out. Kerala believes the low inventory began with the recession in 2009. He does expect home sales to be good this fall Reporting live. Beth Fischer, w W. J. NewsRadio 9 50, the State Health Department, repeating itself about Corbett 19. Here's Dr D analyzing healthy measures. They are important to stop people from dying and to prevent covert 19 survivors from short and long term health problems. Dr. Gina Kell June is the chief medical executive for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services were finding over 19 because people to know how you live. I have long lives with good health, not living the rest of their lives and their years with organs severely damaged from this virus Doctor Tell Joon says she's.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Report seven additional deaths about 400 or hospitalized across Michigan with a confirmed case of the virus. President Trump is getting a firsthand look at the damage from Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Trump toward a neighborhood where streets were blocked by fallen trees and houses better by the storm. Trump, then photo ORANGE, Texas officials and survey damage. In other news and certainly much closer to home. A Holland demand will ramp up a 300 mile walk around like Michigan Sunday to raise awareness about veterans suicide. WW James Beth Fischer, reports. 33 year old Travis Snider, a Marine vet who served in Afghanistan began his walk in Holland and we'll make it to Mackinaw City on Sunday. He's working with Mission 20 to an organisation which has programs To treat veterans, he says. Veteran suicide happens more and more a lot of pressure lately. Here on the front lines fighting or not, And when you come home from, you know, Time service. You know, sometimes you didn't quite get the help. They needed to make sure that your your head your heart are in check. Three million life. Snyder suffer depression himself some years back, but says he sought help. Beth Fischer W W. J. NEWSRADIO 9 50 Police are trying to track down a possible suspect in a shooting at a Farmington Hills apartment complex. Police have they responded to a report of shots fired during a fight in the parking lot of the retreat of Farmington Hills near 12, Mile in middle belt about five o'clock yesterday evening. Investigators learned a new dark colored SUV had left the scene prior to officers arrival carrying people possibly involved in the fight. A man ran away from officers at the scene. He's described as an African American man in his mid twenties, medium height between 131 £140. No injuries reported finding those police believe there is no threat to the public at this time. Overseas car title companies sued by the state of Michigan for charging sky high interest rates. LBJ's Dan Jenkins has details. Michigan attorney General says the state has reached a $1.8 million civil settlement with a company Liquidation LLC, which did business in Michigan under the names, auto loans and car loans. She says those companies made online vehicle loans to Michigan consumers at triple digit interest rates, often in excess of 230% A P R. A scam dating all the way back to 2014. Nestle says her office will make all reasonable efforts to notify every Michigan victim by mail to submit a claim. In addition to the civil settlement, the company previously pleaded no contest to 21 counts of larceny by false pretenses. Two former employees also recently entered no contest, please Charges of promoting a pyramid scheme. Dan Jenkins wwj NewsRadio 9 50. Everybody wants to know they're appreciated. Spread some love around and you might get someone return. I Marie Feldman with the film would report on W W. J. NewsRadio, 9 50 If you like a product or service and the company email and let them know how much you appreciate them and how much you like the product or service. Some consumers who have done this say they often get coupons for freebies when they purchase more from the company. And for the cos it's a way of showing good faith and cultivating loyalty and maybe getting somebody to spread the word to friends and neighbors. That is one of the top ways people decide which brands to buy. It's part of the economic downturn, a lot of companies struggling to fit into a smaller economy, and because of that some credit card perks are going away. Check the fine print on that next credit card statement to see if there are any changes some card issuers or canceling out extended warranties on products you buy with the card car rental coverage. Especially as it relates to insurance issues. TRAVEL insurance lost luggage reimbursement price guarantees, all going away on some of the nation's credit cards with the Feldman report I Marie Feldman, w W. J. NEWSRADIO 9 50 Kroger says they're entering the virtual marketplace of Bloomberg Business Report with genius ready in one minute, the latest.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Those ramps headed tow I to 75 completely closed off from the 24 hour Traffic center and Tia Graham W W J NewsRadio 9 50. Thank you, Tia. Now the exclusive AKI Weather forecast that comes to us from a neurologist John Feerick. Mostly clear and cool for tonight. Below 50 a few suburbs 55 the city, then four. Tomorrow's Sunday to partly cloudy. A pleasant afternoon. Still low humidity high 75 mostly clear Tomorrow I'd low 57 animals, Clouds and sun for Monday High 78 in the low eighties on Tuesday exactly with our meteorologist John Feerick cannot get a VJ news radio 9 50 74 in Dearborn, 73. Mount Clemon 72 in Ann Arbor, 74 downtown traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the Eighth Live and local news radio 9 50 w. W J. I'm sad Clark. Good evening. Our top story today. 23 people are dead after a shooting in Dearborn Heights. The victims have not yet been identified. But Michigan State police saying this hour that it began they believe as a domestic incident. At least two of the people were related. We'll have more in the next 10 minutes. President Trump getting a firsthand look at the damage from Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Trump toward a neighborhood where streets were blocked by fallen trees and houses battered by storms. In other news and much closer to home. A Holland man will wrap up a 300 mile walk around Lake Michigan on Sunday to raise awareness about veteran suicide VJs Beth Fischer reports. 33.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:47 min | 6 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Top stories at 11 50 Flood warning is in effect until four o'clock this afternoon areas of Metro Detroit received up to four inches of rain already, which has led a roadway issues and also power outages. Hundreds of people gathered in Washington for the Get your deal are your knee off our next March? Democratic hung Congresswoman Ayanna Presley is among the speakers addressing the march to fight racial injustice in Washington today, I'm thinking of the ancestors. Not just the ones recorded in our history books, but the ones omitted from those pages. CBS News will have more coming up at the top of the hour. It is a game changer. That is what Flint Bishop Airport director Nino Sapone says about her new smart helmet they will use at the airport for its police to help cut the spread of Cove in 19, WW Jay's Beth Fischer reports. The smart helmet can take people's temperatures from more than 20 ft. Away. Next step in our you know our plans to fight the spread of covered 19 so we can go to each game, everybody that street over there. Flint Bishop is the first airport in the country to use the smart helmet, which could also be used for facial recognition and license plate recognition. Each helmet comes with a smart watch that has the capability of taking videos and photos. Beth Fischer w W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 news time. 11 51 History tells us that Gottlieb dime Lor built the first automobile in Germany in 18 86. But did you know an American patented the automobile seven years before that? Without a motive. Insight. I'm John McElroy. Henry Selden was an American who patented the automobile in 18 79. Later, all automakers in the U. S had to pay royalties on the Selden patent. But Henry Ford refused to pay and that touched off a legal fight that lasted a decade for it finally convinced the court to force L that the build one of his cars because he was sure it would not work. It took over 12 minutes to start it up. It never ran for more than seven minutes, and it overheated so fast. It sent a geiser of steam shooting 12 ft into the air in 1911. The court ruled no one had to pay royalties on the Selden patent, and every other automaker rejoiced that Henry had stuck to his guns. Without a lot of insight. I'm John McIlroy. We have a lot of problems out there on the road, including one I 96 eastbound before Wicks. Um, road we will update you with traffic and weather coming up at 11 58. But I look at your money coming up at 11 55. There is a pain epidemic around the world with 1.5 billion people suffering from chronic pain that has led to an even greater problem involving opioid use. The wellness pro was designed to bring those numbers way.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Likely keep thousands of General Motors white collar workers home through the end of a year. Why was he on the president's forehead? A man from the Detroit area climbs up on George Washington's head on Mount Rushmore. And now he's paying for the stunt WW. Jay's Beth Fischer has that story. Straight ahead. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta. Just seen Tom Jordan has the day off. We're on W W J NEWS radio 9 50 AKI Weather says cloudy today. Watch out for some storms later on the complete AK You Weather forecast coming up in seven minutes. W W. J News Time is 8 31 Night, one of the Republican National Convention, There was a full frontal attack aimed at Joe Biden and the Democrats and more from Steve Speakers on night. One did not hold back. There was no hiding what they were trying to convey that electing Joe Biden would endanger the country. One of the featured speaker is South Carolina Senator Tim Scott. Joe Biden's radical Democrats are tryingto permanently transformed. What it means to be an American, directly or indirectly. Speakers accused Biden and the Democrats of being soft on crime of promoting a socialist agenda and not standing up to America's enemies. Steve Futterman, CBS News Meantime, CBS News CAMPAIGN 2020 reporter Bo Erickson has the latest on Joe Biden after refusing to answer if Joe Biden has been tested for covert 19. His campaign announced on Monday that both the Democratic presidential nominee and his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, will undergo Cove in 19 testing on a regular basis between now and the election. It looks like most GM salaried employees. They're going to be working remotely until at least early next year. More from our auto beat reporter Jeff Dellinger working well, says a GM spokesman, So it's likely remote work will continue to be the norm through the end of the year. GM will reassess things in October to see if there's anybody working remotely, who needs to be on site or return to an office from time to time? Many GM salaried workers whose job requires them to work on site with specific weight, but have already returned or come back on an as needed basis. GM has about 40,000 salaried workers here in the U. S. Jeff Gilbert. W W. J D go 9 50. Michigan's budget outlook is not as bad as was thought. It's bad, but not as bad as was thought. Thanks to federal pandemic relief aid, higher consumer spending and tax payments and a quicker recovery by the auto industry. In May, the Whitmer administration and economists projected a combined $6.3 billion shortfall. In two main funds over two years. They have revised that whole downward to 3.4 billion that happened at a meeting yesterday. Ah Michigan representative Leslie Love says nursing home safety and worker pay will be at the top of her agenda when lawmakers return to work next week. W. W. James Vickie Thomas is alive and local with that story. Good morning, Vicki. Good morning. Roberta. State representative Leslie Love says she'll be introducing a bipartisan package of bills when lawmakers returned to Lansing on September 1st. But what of nursing home workers go on strike before next Tuesday? I understand if they do, Of course, it's inconvenient. Of course, we don't want them to, but you can't see and women and majority women of color and to do some of the heart. It's work. And pay them $11 an hour. It's had turnover in this industry because there's no respect and low wages and almost no health benefits. We have to respect these workers and nursing homes just like we do in hospitals. So if those ladies decided and man decide to go on strike I don't like it, but I understand reporting live and local Vicky Thomas W. W. J News radio 9 50 Drugmaker AstraZeneca is pouring cold water on President Trump's claim that he'll push to fast track approval for its experimental vaccine. But it is just possible a vaccine could be ready this winter. Here's correspondent Vicky Vaccine this winter Boxford universities, Andrew Paul Art, says the candidate he's testing with AstraZeneca just might be ready by then. But not through cutting any corners. We would expect first of all, have safety data and then evidence that the vaccine actually works. For anything were to progress from the tests on some 50,000 people worldwide are underway. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London, a Michigan man getting into some hot water for not only visiting Mount Rushmore. Climbing it last week. Let's go live to WW Chase Beth Fischer for more good morning bath. Hey, Roberta, Ayman Dar K of Dearborn was seen on top of George Washington's head at Mount Rushmore, and he slipped while trying to escape. Local authorities. Adoptee of Dearborn said he figured Rangers were trying to catch him, so he decided to go down the steepest and most dangerous route in order to escape. According to an affidavit of probable cause. He fell 25 ft and tumbled down a loose gravel slope. He was arrested after he was treated by a medic, Doc Key, pleaded guilty last Thursday to illegally climbing the mountain. According to the Rapid City Journal. He was fined. $1500 reporting live. Beth Fischer, w W. J. NewsRadio 9 50. After helping Lee the ally Lakers to beat the Portland Trail Blazers last night. LeBron James used to post Game N Ba news conference to talk about the shooting of Jacob Blake. Footage from the incident appears to show the 29 year old black man being shot seven times in the back in front of his three Children, James not only just in November, but of stars there. Even if we get what we want, you still need more. Jacob Blake is currently hospitalized and is in serious condition. 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U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

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00:46 sec | 7 months ago

U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

"Home that word from Canadian in U. S. Officials ahead of the Port Huron float down this Sunday WW days, Beth Fischer, with 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from port here onto Mary's Ville. But there's a pandemic underway U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul All we can do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in AH warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential. Business. So if people float in a Canadian waters, they could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she still says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case. Beth

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A good move. It's obvious that the more people come in the town and more people will be tested that there will be more cases. The new lease agreement will cost the school more than a $1,000,000.450 beds will be freed up around campus toe isolate covert 19 students Jim Krystle, a CBS News Kids and Corona virus. There are some sobering news statistics CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker has that story. The American Academy of Pediatrics says nearly 100,000 Children Positive for covert 19 in the last two weeks of July alone, and as the total number of U. S cases nears five million CBS News has learned that more than 338,000 our Children this as administrators in more than 13,000 American school district are trying to figure out how to keep kids and teachers safe with the new school year just weeks away. Vicki Barker CBS News well, many businesses have been clobbered by Cove in 19 WW. Jay's Beth Fischer reports that businesses associated with weddings have been hit. ARD, but one in Eastern market has made changes to bolster business co owner of the Eastern, which holds wedding receptions and other banquet. Scott Rudder, Bush says business dropped off 60 to 70% because of covert, he says they rented a big tent toe hold receptions outdoors, and they're booking some weddings for up to 100 guests are taking some precautions and looking at options as someone in November watch their wedding and it's colder sea. You know what type of what's habitat here? We would need to, you know to execute that runner Bush says they have plexiglass guards for bartenders, masks and hand sanitizer. Beth Fischer, w W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 Coming up next. A terrible car crash..

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Vessels in their eyes. Reed is charged with first degree child abuse, which carries a penalty of up to life in prison. Reporting live. Sandra McNeil, WW Jane is ready at 9 50 Detroit Police have shot to death a man they say was waving around a sword in the middle of a city street and who threw a dagger at a Detroit police officer. Police chief James Craig says after the man was shot late yesterday, he continued to approach officers while swinging the sword. He was able to climb into a police vehicle before he was captured. The unidentified man in his twenties taken to an area hospital, where he has pronounced dead chief. Craig says he suspects the man may have been having a mental breakdown. The superintendent of Detroit public Schools will address anxious parents today as he holds an online town hall about the start of the school year. W. W. J is Charlie Lang did live a local with a previous Charlie? Well, good morning time. Yet you have questions about the school's re opening Well, Dr Nikolai Vitti says that he is going to be answering questions later today, as well as in the future about face to face learning and online learning In a tweet. Dr Beattie says that he is going to discuss strategies that will and he'll take the questions about cancer from concerned people regarding a Siri's off tele townhall reopening meetings, the first of which will begin today. And 30 on Facebook and other social media doctor VD also conducting a return to school survey to get more ideas and concerns from families. That school starts by the way. September The eighth reporting live. Charlie Landon W. W. D. Jane is Radio 9 50 another rise in the number of Corona virus cases in Michigan, according to the latest report from the state of Michigan. The total number of confirmed cases in Michigan is now 80,000. 887 there were 715 new confirmed cases reported yesterday along with 19 additional deaths. State officials also report that those hospitalized with the Corona virus Has dropped to 438. Right now Hospitals in Michigan were treating more than 500 people for covert 19 last week cluster of cases and the West Michigan is being traced to a graduation party. W. W. James Beth Fischer is live and look with those details. Beth Tom. The Kent County Health Department traced a cluster of Corona virus cases to a grad party earlier this month in the Forest Hills area That's east of Grand Rapids. So far, 21 people, mostly teens have covert 19 according to Health Department spokesman Steve Kelso. He doesn't believe any of those infected have been hospitalized. Contact tracers tracked the infection's, too a grad party at Watermark Country Club as well as an after party at a person's home Reporting live. Beth Fischer,.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:57 min | 8 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Is not an arrestable offence is $500 civil infraction and most laws go through. The legislative process also Anyone not wearing a mask could be fined $500 the searches on this morning for the driver of a Dodge challenger after a deadly crash on I 75 in Detroit overnight. Michigan State police tell us that motorcyclist was hit by the speeding car on south on dying 75. It's seven mile. The driver and passenger got out of the car and then took off. No injuries reported in east point after shots were fired into our home there, police said, happened a little before two this morning on Stevens in the Shaner gross back area. Police say multiple shots were fired into the house before suspects took off. Hand gun and rifle shell casings were recovered the vehicle described as a midsize, dark colored car, but there is not much more information. Police in Eastpoint are investigating a down river man is back on dry land after being rescued from Lake Huron and WW. Jay's Beth Fischer with the details, 23 year old from Wyandotte was 2.5 miles offshore and Lake Huron in case fill in the thumb. When he called for help, he said, it's personal watercraft stopped and was full of water. Here on county Sheriff's Department sent a patrol boat to get the man out of the water and recover his CDO. He was not hurt. The sheriff says The man had his cell phone in a watertight case, which he says help in his quick rescue. Beth Fischer, w W. J NewsRadio 9 50 Detroit Police are asking you for your help in solving the murder of a popular Harper would school official. They say 34 year old Calvin Wheeler Jr was dean of students at triumph Middle school. He was shot and killed in his car the night of July 8th while stopped at a red light on liver Noi in Detroit. Police say someone just walked up to his vehicle and fired into the front windshield. He was hit multiple times. No arrests have been made. Attorneys involved in a University of Michigan sexual abuse case involving more than 100 alleged victims are expecting a special guest this morning for a press conference. W. W. J is Charlie Langton Live local with details, Charlie. And that special guest Tom is the alleged first female victim of the late Dr Robert Anderson. She is going to come forward later today to tell her story. Dr. Anderson is alleged to have sexually abused hundreds of student athletes while he performed physical exams of the University of Michigan from 1967 to 2003. He died in 2008. Mother be an update from the law firm that represents 115 alleged victims of sexual abuse by the late Dr Both men and women have come forward Reporting live. Charlie Langton. W J News Radio 9 50 Some people when they get over the age of 50 say they go places and they feel invisible. Other people say they're outright insulted by people about their age. That story's coming up with Dr Deanna Lights W W J News time. Nine away Time for traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Dennis Support sponsored by Consumers Energy. You've got a couple of crashes on 75 No again this 11 north of eight mile in one self made by on the shoulder. So the delays you should drive through the construction zone, then come out. Construction zone. You'll see some activity on the right shoulder. Oh, the problems about those big delays at all South 75 through Hazel Park into Detroit that Lavonia Plymouth Township area Long South by 2 75 would be a bit of a different story that crashed there with Ian 14 entertainment still be blocking the left late of travel there, so watch out for some dilation self on South Field Road where it becomes the freeway at the lodge is down to just one lane. So bit of a struggle, though through the city of South field to get to the freeway, then you're On your way down to the construction zone at Michigan Avenue Consumers Energy Foundation donated more than $1.8 million to nine Michigan nonprofits delivering support to small businesses affected by covert 19. For assistance. Call.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"State and federal agents to find those responsible. That was W. W James Beth Fischer reporting coming up next after traffic and weather together, Metro Detroit schools map out their return to school plans were really quite frankly, in a tough position. News time. 11 38 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the age. Trent Erickson has the latest from the roadways. No shortage of roadwork going on tonight. These outfield freeway Norton South bound on Michigan Avenue, You're left with just one lane and then the M 39 South on ramp from Michigan Avenue. He's bound That's closed as well. That's through September, but the mainly enclosure where you're left with just one lane that's going on through November, North and south on I 75 8 miles to square Lake Road closed his through five o'clock tomorrow morning. Woodward Avenues. Nice work around there East, But I don t four from Belleville to I to 75 just one lane open. That's still five as well tomorrow also read closures through that area, and he's about 96 ramped up I 94 is closed. We'll assign 94 I 75 to crash it. It's still five tomorrow morning. Those ramps close to looking through the triple A jam camps in the W. W. J 24 hour traffic center around Trent Eriksson on W. W. J News Radio 9 50 They could trend now the exclusive AC you other forecast from neurologist Carl Eriksen. Patchy clouds had comfortable overnight low 63 a beautiful day on Monday with a mixture of clouds and sunshine that humidity remaining low high near 80. Clear department. Cloudy Monday.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"50 W W J I'm Beth Fischer sitting in for Ron Dewey. Good morning. Our top stories at 7 51 Repairs to a ramp from Square Lake Road near Updike will have to be made after a semi tanker carrying 13,000 gallons of gas rolled over and burst into flames. The driver only had minor injuries. The ramp was damaged by the heat will have Mohr after CBS News at eight o'clock. Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos going says he's assisting those who helped him flee from Japan Toe lemon on late last year. Goan refused to provide details about the escape, saying such information Would endanger those who helped him about $80,000 in grants from the Nissan Foundation being shared by a number of metro Detroit institutions toward their missions to educate the public on cultural diversity and sensitivity. President Travis Parman says their foundation was created soon after the Rodney King riots. To promote greater awareness and understanding. We want to attract the best talent and we want that talent to be happy in the communities where we operate. So being involved is what creates community and we believe changes at the macro level started the micro level, with individuals and small groups making a collective difference. Beneficiaries include the Holocaust Memorial Center, the Arab American National Museum, the Community House and the Interfaith Leadership Council of Metro Detroit..

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"You're gonna have to go around this area. There's at least a 20 foot hole in the road. It was covered up with water. They had two pumps. They've got the water out. Now they're trying to get to the main. But there's all this concrete that's in this giant hole. Now I am told that customers do not have water from roughly Schoolcraft of the railroad tracks, which is about 1/4 mile south on Newberg. There's no idea as to when they're going. Both fix the water main and when they're gonna be able to turn the water back on to this mostly industrial area against quite a big project going on here in Livonia, reporting live in Livonia, Charlie Langton VJ News Radio 9 50 a head on crash on Detroit's Northwest side overnights and three people to the hospital, including a four year old child. It happened about two o'clock this morning on seven mile near Mansfield, west of Greenfield. We're hearing that it could have been a hit and run. Both of the vehicles involved a sustained significant damage. One completely demolished. The two women last reported in critical condition, and Detroit police are investigating. Some relief is in store for a mid Michigan counties. Hip high flooding in Maia's President Donald Trump has to clear those counties. Ah major disaster area WW. Jay's Beth Fischer has more now live local Beth President Trump tweeted that at the request of Congressman John Molinar, he's approved the disaster declaration to provide more than 43 million and federal funds to help the people of Michigan recover from the recent dam break flooding. Mr Trump says he'll always stand with Michigan Governor Whitmer had also asked for the disaster declaration. Molinar says this approval allows additional federal assistance to be made available..

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Will explain coming up in sports, and the market is mixed right now, the Dow down 163 points. A check of your money coming up at 11 55 a news time. 11 31. The heat is on across metro Detroit, and we could see a thunderstorm this afternoon popping up and it is a scorcher. He's going to be hot as we've been telling. You really feels up near 100. We've got some problems with the air quality issues two afternoons and evenings with this stagnant air mass in place that is AccuWeather's Dean DeVore, he says. Expect the exact same tomorrow We'll have more details coming up at 11 38. And you know it's been hard for several days and there are warnings about the heat in Southeast Michigan's 90 plus degree temperatures. WW Jay's Beth Fischer reports. State officials say residents should take precautions. A heat advisories in effect today and tonight due to the high heat and humidity and excessive heat Watch has been issued for Wednesday and Thursday. State emergency Operation Center spokesman Dale George says You should be careful that you don't get overheated and avoid heatstroke. That's when you have extremely high body temperature of 103 degrees. Hot, dry red skin, a rapid strong pulse, headache, dizziness, nausea, confusion and and of course, you could become unconscious. And if somebody is suffering from that you want to call mine will one assumes possible to get them out, George says. While temperatures are in the nineties, residents should spend time in airconditioning and drink plenty of liquids to stay hydrated. Beth Fischer. W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 WDBJ NEWS Time. 11 33 West Bloomfield.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"For about three hours overnight and now we're learning of michigan state trooper saw someone speeding really speeding blowing through there about two thirty this morning he was trying to catch the vehicle for a traffic stop the trooper lost control and struck the inside median wall no word yet on the severity of injuries to the trooper and we continue to follow the situation with the rain that is causing flooding problems all over southeast michigan as well as across the state of michigan southern lower michigan in particular they are preparing a sandbags they're being proactive in a southwest michigan town threatened by floodwaters doubly doubly judge beth fischer explained this live and local report while mike the waters overflying the banks of the pain creek which runs through the centre of town in matter juan madda juan fire chief tear in mclean says some homes are threatened by the flood waters our current comes through the town it's a small town in purple residence lou right along the river air and we've had with the recent rainsville waters there's an up over banks and it's kinda going in into their houses solely just sandbagged round mclane says they be used two thousand sandbags so far to protect these homes as it continues to rain there main street is closed by flooding he says the water so they have receded a little bit reporting live best fisher w w j newsradio nine fifth of detroit woman escapes with their life after home is targeted in a driveby shooting more live and local from detroit's west side with w w j.

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"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"beth fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The aids in los angeles the grassroots movement drain the nra is rallying against gun violence it's just one of a few events across the country today julia eric center says she volunteers with the group moms demand action one of the speakers in la this is a marathon it's not a sprint we need to be here today tomorrow and the next cbs news we'll have a live report coming up at five o'clock meantime in south lyon a benefit dinner for the high school football team has been canceled after outrage over one of the raffle prizes being advertised w w j newsradio nine 50s beth fischer explained that raffle prize and a are fifteen assault rifle the football booster club released a statement over the weekend saying it was not trying to be insensitive considering the timing of the event coinciding with a tragic school shooting in florida in which the shooter they're used in ar fifteen the booster say the event was meant to generate funding for the football programme by taking advantage of the vast amount of sportsmen in the area they say no minors or students were to be in attendance and the firearms would not have been distributed at the event that fischer w w j newsradio nine fifty antara michigan state university president john anglers done a lot of hiring over the past couple of weeks with well over a million dollars being spent here's more from done double digit lansing bureau chief tim skrbic some former employees who were on the state payroll when he was governor are now showing up on john anglers payroll is he is president of unless you over a million dollars new salary so far somebody not getting a salary is former governor jim blanchard who.

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