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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Sunny skies seventy six degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco here's the latest from the wbal twenty four hour broadcast center a beloved priest in east baltimore has been suspended after allegations of sexual abuse father luigi esposito has been part of the our lady of pompei community and highland towns since one thousand nine hundred sixty four now he's been removed from the pulpit after the archdiocese of baltimore says a person came forward to see who accused him of abuse in the nineteen seventies the church says the investigation is ongoing so far there are no criminal charges a quick hearing today for former baltimore police commissioner darryl d'souza in federal court in downtown he was there to enter charges he failed to file tax returns for three years the judge ordering desouza turning his passport and any guns he owns and says he won't be allowed to leave the country until his case is decided a divided supreme court ruled in favor of employers in disputes with employees today the court ruled five to four that employers can prohibit their workers from banding together to complain about pain conditions in the workplace the ruling seen as an important victory for business interest it says businesses can force employers to individually us arbitrator to resolve their disputes former president barack obama and his wife michelle heavy new production deal with net flicks they've signed a multi year deal to produce movies and series the netflix ceo says the obamas are uniquely in a position to discover and highlight the stories of people who make a difference in their communities and the royal wedding in england was a huge ratings grabber in the us nielsen says more than twenty nine million people in the us tuned into one of the fifteen different tv networks carried it nbc got the biggest share the viewers wall street is getting a big share of money today the dow is up almost three hundred points two hundred ninety eight and change the sp is up twenty two the nasdaq up forty four oil prices up a.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Ninetytwo law that prohibited most states from authorizing gambling on sports games that is currently the only state where single game sports betting is legal the decision now gives the goahead for states to legalise betting on sports like football basketball and baseball arlit signs abc news washington president trump said he was hoping for peace the new american embassy opened in jerusalem today but a few miles away at the border with gaza there was deadly violence more than forty palestinians killed more than a thousand injured as they protested the decision to move the the us embassy to jerusalem from tel aviv scientists telling us again today a major eruption of the kilowatt volcano could be right around the corner in hawaii that's after the seventeenth and eighteenth fishers cracked open near homes in a residential neighborhood over the weekend the former chief of the nypd is warning that more women they will come forward with allegations of abuse against former new york attorney general eric schneiderman robert boyce tells abc's up closed much like the case of harry harvey weinstein additional women may come forward with new abuse allegations in the days and weeks ahead and if you want to feel old consider this today's the twentieth anniversary of the last episode of seinfeld wall street today after a couple of hours of trading the dow is up one hundred twenty points the sp is up eight the nasdaq up thirtyseven oil prices up to just under seventy one dollars a barrel i'm robert lang a new report is out on how the baltimore region has changed in the last twenty years we'll have latest on that and reaction to the us moving its embassy in israel to jerusalem today at three on wbal news now at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten ninety wbal newsradio ten nine hundred traffic and weather support is brought.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Sunny skies sixty six degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco more than twenty four hours later police nashville say there's been no sign of the suspect in yesterday's shooting at a waffle house in nashville there have been no confirmed sightings of ryan king since about eight thirty sunday morning when a witness reported seeing him shirtless wearing dark pants black pants behind his apartment complex that would have been several hours after the shooting that killed four people police spokesman don airing tell erin rather telling reporters just a little while ago that they have scores of officers looking for twenty nine year old travis ranking who he says shown signs of what police are calling significant instability but he says they can't be sure he's still in the area around nashville they don't waste any time in england where prince william and kate middleton have taken their newborn son home from the hospital just hours after he was born this morning they left the hospital a little while ago to crowds of adoring cheering people still no word on the name for the new baby president trump preparing to welcome the president of france to the white house he's landing at the joint base andrews right about now tomorrow night french president emmanuel macron we'll get the first formal state dinner of the trump administration investigators nanna rundle county believe a man who ran down and killed a twelve year old boy on a sidewalk over the weekend was under the influence of drugs now thirtysevenyearold michael gothi era of arnold is charged with behavior homicide and manslaughter police say he was at the wheel of a van ran off the road and ran the boy down near andrew hill road and bay green drive on sunday afternoon another court ruling today the most famous monkey selfie ever you might remember the photo from a few years ago the monkey sticking his face in front of a photographers lens and cutting loose with a huge smile animal rights groups sued and argued the monkeys should own the marketing rights to the photos since he was the one that pushed the.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Trump, Us and Houston discussed on The C4 Show

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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Puerto Rican patients must travel 12 hours for dialysis

The C4 Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rican patients must travel 12 hours for dialysis

"Good afternoon i'm bill vanco seven months later they still don't have it fixed and today the lights are out again oliver puerto rico knits it's been hit with an island wide blackout power officials they're telling people it may take more than twenty four hours to repair it even before the lights went out today about forty thousand customers hadn't had lights or any other electrical service since hurricane maria hit back in september president trump renewing feuds today with both james comey end stormy daniels on twitter is back to tweeting about former fbi director james comey calling him quote slippery and the worst fbi director in history the president says komi was not fired because of the quote phony russia investigation but in an interview with nbc news last may the president said the russia investigation was on his mind when he decided to fire komi first lady melania trump will attend the funeral for barbara bush in texas bush passed away at the age of ninety two yesterday was first lady while her husband george h w bush was president and the mother of george w bush was president later the funeral service by invitation only on saturday in houston us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley is pushing back after the white house put the blame on her for a miscommunication on russia sanctions national economic council director larry cudlow told reporters that haley got ahead of the curve about the sanctions and there might have been some confusion about it haley put out a statement saying with all due respect i don't get confused wall street the dow is down the first time this week it's down about eight points the smp up seven the nasdaq up twentynine oil prices to the big movers today they're up nearly two percent just under sixty eight dollars a barrel robert lang the city is cracking down on motorists who block the box senator ben cardin is speaking out about president trump's choice to head the state department and james comey has something to say about rod rosenstein we'll preview brian neiman's exclusive interview today at three on wbz news now more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten nine ninety coming up on a wednesday vision of.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The way the orioles patriots day game there that was scheduled for eleven am was was postponed the announcement yesterday so they'll make that up in may but i mentioned this because desharnais lyndon became the first american woman to win the boston marathon since nineteen eighty five that is awesome news so and it was just horrendous conditions there today rain and wind just awful a lot of what came through through here last night impact in that race there today coming up more on james commes interview last night on abc your thoughts on this and just the high ground more lean ethically that the former fbi chief has tried to take your four zero four six seven wbal four one zero four six seven wbal and coming up on the program there was an interesting in a very scary incident for some saturday night at light city baltimore we'll get into that in the two o'clock hour as we continue here on wbal from baltimore's largest radio news team this is wbal newsradio ten ninety mostly cloudy skies fifty two degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco president trump's been sticking to the script in florida this afternoon he's been attending a business roundtable where the talk has been strictly business and the president did not repeat any of his name calling or criticisms of former fbi director james comey this morning on twitter he accused chromium me of being a crook instead he'd committed what the president called numerous crimes this afternoon a government watchdog group says the epa committed a crime when it built what amounted to a cone of silence for epa administrator scott pruitt the government accountability office's epa director scott pruitt's office broker federal law when they spent more than five thousand dollars on that soundproof phone room without notifying congress pruitt told congress after the fact that he needed the booth to make secure calls to the white house pruitt couldn't say how often would actually use it the gao says pruitt's team also broke another law by spending more than congress okayed for those office renovation that's abc's andy field the ceo of.

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Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

Derek Hunter

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials

"One zero two good afternoon i'm bill vanco synthetic drugs are very much in the news around baltimore this afternoon on a couple of fronts state's attorney marilyn mostly this morning announcing that joint federal and state investigation has resulted in the arrest of eleven people in the seizure of three hundred grams of fenton nil the synthetic opioids that's led to hundreds of overdose cases around maryland in recent months deputy police commissioner gary toggle says those arrests represent a partnership between prosecutors and police from many local agencies sort of send a message particularly to those at think that they can deal drugs street commit heinous acts of violence they get away with it wheat will work backwards toward you and then there's the synthetic pot that's causing trouble for poison control officials in maryland they say two more people were treated over the weekend for severe bleeding after they used a form of synthetic marijuana that was the third case this month earlier somebody who who'd use the drug began bleeding uncontrollably now officials at the maryland poison center are warning people against using synthetic marijuana especially after three pupil in chicago died from using it in chicago the drug turned out to be laced with rat poison it's unclear if the same thing is in effect here in rundle county today looks like one of those farmers insurance tv commercials in the making a huge tree that fell over this morning into sliced into a house like a butter knife it happened on herald harvard road in crowns ville firecrackers got here they found that the trae had literally sliced the house like slice a loaf of bread now peachy is on the same they have cut some power to the because the trade is still resting on power lines held at the time there were adults inside the house but the neighbors are taking care of the animals in the process of notifying the owners of this house powered hopper roads going to be closed down for quite some time until they're able to remove this treat reporting live in eleven i've kept who are taylor kempton roy is lying but we warned if you were supposed to fly out of bwi today the flight schedule they're likely to be impacted by lousy weather throughout the northeast and across much of the united states today most of the major airports in new york and boston reporting delays this afternoon and.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"And the ad council you can't print invoices without you can print status reports spreadsheets for that report due and twelve minutes without inc luckily staples has a huge selection of ink and toner in stock and a great prices every day this week only by one hp inc at staples and get a second thirty percent off so stocked up now because you can't afford to run out of eight four four thousand hundred see store or staples dot com for details restrictions may apply wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic looking very tough outer loop of the crash right past i seventy the left lanes now shutdown plus there's activity on the right on rant transition lane which is still acceptable but this is just a big mess with initially we had both shoulders blocked at it left through lane and right transition later both short debt this time to expect heavy delays now the outer loop building from liberty road interlude traffic will start to slow down more for reputation delays off a balk national pike for slate jam northbound delays on ninety five still heavy into the fort mchenry tell in the works out north after the tunnel with the right lane closed for shorter stretch can also do a chat for the structure fire on roland avenue outside of johns hopkins this is going to be closed off the thirty seven th street and fortieth streets said to avoid that as it tried to get finished wrapped up there i'm jay walker wbal newsradio ten ninety al tv weather temperature's still chilly today's we only climb into the low to mid fifties certainly helps to have the sun out and it's cold again tonight with clear skies a low of thirty four more sunshine tomorrow fifty eight for the high into the seventies by thursday with partly cloudy skies slight chance we could see a shower breakout but highs near eighty for friday and saturday i'm meteorologist dave marie on wbz newsradio ten nine times afternoon cracking that fifty degree barrier for the second straight our we're stuck in the upper forty s here under mixed skies a mixture of clouds and sun forty nine degrees here on tv hill listen to wbal on your smart speaker say alexa enable wbal the heroes on your amazon device at one oh seven i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten ninety.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Thirty nine hundred block of rolling out new bill wbal's feel janka bosque reporting live thank you feel other headlines briefly the afternoon the president's homeland security advisor tom bossard has resigned reports out of washington he was forced out by the new national security adviser john bolton facebook ceo mark zuckerberg getting ready to testify before congress about how facebook uses personal data of its billions of users you will hear his testimony live and the two o'clock hour here on wbal and wall street's been jumping today after the president of china announced plans to cut tariffs on imports of foreign cars the the bad news is the dow is down about one hundred and twenty five points in the last hour the good news is still up three hundred and eighty points from where it started this morning they'll up three eighty the snp up thirty six the nasdaq up one hundred and one oil prices up nearly three percent back over sixty five dollars a barrel more of the c four show is coming up at twelve thirty three i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten ninety coming up on the brett hollander show on tuesday at one zero five the very latest on mr zuckerberg going to washington what does that mean for the future of facebook and the aftermath of the end of the twentieth eighteen session in annapolis all that more one until three on wbal newsradio ten ninety wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic and weather this report is brought to you by bg homes and trouble in baltimore just outside of johns hopkins roland avenue should be closed for a structure fire off of west thirty seventh street and fortieth streets to avoid that area with fire crews on scene also do watch out on ninety five northbound as he had passed the fort mchenry toll plazas right past keith after the right lanes closed today so adding some extra volume on that northbound stretching southbound traffic is doing okay down the baltimore washington parkway we've seen some heavy volume southbound starting one seventy five and past route one ninety eight it's a mobile work crew here for the southbound ride with extra delays on the southbound street northbound traffic for now does look very smooth and ninety five is the better option for traffic heading between beltway that is still.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Largest radio news team this is wbz newsradio ten ninety cloudy skies forty two degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco facebook ceo mark zuckerberg has been making the rounds on capitol hill today he's meeting privately with some of the same lawmakers who will be there when he testifies in public tomorrow about facebook's data sharing policies today has companies began notifying more than eighty seven million users who may have had their personal data shared with cambridge analytica the data collection company with ties to the trump campaign by the way you will hear zuckerberg's testimony tomorrow afternoon live here on wbal newsradio ten ninety president trump says the us is considering how to respond to the reports of f chemical attack in syria over the weekend we are studying that situation extremely closely we are meeting with our military and everybody else then we'll be making some major decisions over the next twenty four to forty eight hours the president says the us is also trying to determine exactly who was responsible for the attack he held up russia's syria and iran as possible culprits baltimore county police still trying to find out how to men died inside what they call a secured apartment building intel's in this morning they were both found dead in the apartment on lambourn road police a maintenance worker found their bodies just after nine fifteen this morning the general assembly is back in session in annapolis right now we're the closing bell will ring at midnight tonight governor hogan already calling it one of the most successful sessions ever florida's republican governor says he's going to run for the us senate governor rick scott expected to pose a major challenge to florida's current incumbent democratic senator bill nelson and bill cosby's sexual assault retrial in philadelphia got off to a weird start this morning when a topless woman jumped a barricade and ran adam we've walking toward the courthouse she had women's lives matter written in red ink on her body she was intercepted by sheriff's deputies and taken away winning lottery numbers this afternoon the big three three four four four three eight four four robert lang the clock ticking indianapolis on the two thousand eighteen maryland general assembly session the.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Protect your information this is something that will allow you to see every app that you've ever given permission to and you can follow the link there allow you to delete those apps if you no longer want them to access your information abc news chief business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis mississippi officials are confirming a body discovered this morning is that of a wanted murder suspect the jasper county sheriff's department says casey law horn of tennessee has been found dead in vosper mississippi the result of a self inflicted gunshot wound the sheriff's office coroner and mississippi bureau of investigation are working the scene longhorn who confessed in a facebook post sunday to the double murders of his mother and friend also said he planned to commit suicide it's unclear why he drove more than three hundred miles to mississippi before taking his own life ryan burrow abc news wall street the dow's up three hundred ninety points you're listening to abc news wbal news it certainly is an too good afternoon i'm bill vanco baltimore county police is still saying very little about a double murder this morning in a luxury apartment building not far from the heart of thousand police say the bodies of two men were found in the fifth floor of the apartment building on lambourn road which runs between york road and fairmount avenue in two thousand and be haverman lives nearby and talk to wbal's still yakobus it's kind of scary i mean it's ever been this close to me before are used to hearing about it in the city but not really like intel sin especially your neighbors that are right across the street from you the hall i guess county police have not identified the victims or said exactly how they were killed state police now say eight people have been charged.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Oh no from baltimore's largest radio news team this is wbz et al news radio ten ninety cloudy skies fifty two degrees at twelve thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco another tough slog on wall street today after a lackluster jobs report this morning and more tariffs on chinese goods announced by the president of the dow's been down over four hundred points in the last few minutes we will check the numbers specific numbers for you momentarily seems to work every time howard county police said they put more ads on a website known to cater to men looking for prostitutes then arrested a lebanon those men who showed up at a hotel in columbia to seal the deal county police now posting their own ads on that site warning would be john's to stay away from howard galley the route fifty bridge into ocean city is going to be closed from tonight into tomorrow so they can repair a crack found in a steel beam on the bridge they will also inspect the rest of the beams to see if there are any more cracks that need repair in the weeks ahead meantime they're telling people heading for the beach tonight to use the route ninety bridge instead doctors in great britain say former spy sergei scrape all is no longer in critical condition a month after he and his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent doctors say the sixtysixyearold is responding well to treatment and improving rapidly british authorities say scruple and his daughter were exposed to a military great nerve agent they blame russia russia denies it already turns on your lights sets timers and your kitchen and plays music but in the not too distant future looks like you'll be able to say alexa pay my bill alexis new job cashier amazon is reportedly considering using its voice command virtual assistant for bill paying and person to person payment now amazon pays already in the mobile payments space but the companies looking to expand use of its payment system outside of the amazon ecosystem to brick and mortar stores and person to person payments that spells more direct competition with pay pals benmaller apple pay google pay that's abc's dave packer i'm robert lang the clock ticks towards monday nights end of the maryland general assembly session wb l spill yacob husky monitoring that.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Wbal financial analyst jonathan murray keeping an eye on a volatile day on wall street and wbal zan kramer with a special report on steps to keep your vote this year safe join stacy lennon meet today three wbal news now now back to wall street where the dow right now is down four hundred twenty five points the sp down thirty six the nasdaq down eightyfive oil prices down more than two percent holding just north of sixty two dollars a barrel morsi for coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanco on wbal newsradio ten ninety coming up at one o'clock on friday it's the last gasp of the big crime bill in annapolis what's the opposition saying have will it passed and there's a bombshell political movie out called chappaquiddick we'll talk to the executive producer mark ciardi all that more commitment one o'clock on friday on wbal wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic and weather belly interloop traffic has cleared the work zone passed a wilkens avenue and everything is open once again for that stretch however getting here on ninety five northbound you have to deal with the crash at one ninety five is on the left side looks like the left lane is still blocked with northbound delays off route one hundred for very tough pace northbound the beat w parkway slows down as you head past run a mills boulevard towards 195 as people tried to avoid that eight ninety five northbound is quite heavy through the longterm work zone passerby w parkway for the northbound ride allocated ninety five northbound after the fort mac tolls the left lane is closed for the mid they work some here attitude bit of volume heading up towards pulaski highway and up on the beltway interloop is still pretty busy near charles street through pairing parkway everything is clear from a crash there near loch raven both art but expect delays you're wbal tv eleven were in the low fifties at this point of the day with broken clouds above expecting highs near sixty eight lows of forty two tonight tomorrow things get cold highs near forty six degrees lows in the mid thirties up to forty nine sunday with some.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"At one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco wall street is having another one of those days that have become so increasingly common in reason months wall street being rocked by a bunch of things including trade wars and threats by the president against amazon the dow right now down more than six hundred points the nasdaq is really getting slammed it's down now a full three percent on the day two hundred eleven points lower will check the updated numbers for you coming up momentarily meantime the white house's confirming that the president and russian president vladimir putin did talk about a possible meeting at the white house white house says they discussed bilateral meeting at a number of potential venues including the executive mansion in dc the press office says the trump himself told reporters last month he discussed a meeting with putin in the not too distant future the american civil liberties union has settled a lawsuit accusing governor hogan of censoring constituents by blocking them on his official facebook page and deleting their comments the aclu says the settlement zanu social media policy for the governor's facebook page and other social media accounts it had sued on half of four people saying their first amendment rights had been violated tens of thousands of oklahoma and kentucky teachers are demanding more education funding as they walk out of the classroom today lawmakers and oklahoma passed a measure last week calling for six thousand dollar average pay raises for teachers but state teacher's union as called free ten thousand dollar increase and ethan cal chew became notorious because of his affluential legal defense as a teenager is scheduled to be released from jail in texas today was convicted five years ago and if dwi crash that killed four people he was sixteen at the time and only sentenced to probation after his attorney persuaded a judge that couch didn't know the difference between right and wrong because he was so rich and his wealthy upbringing couch wind up in jail anyway every violated his parole and fled to mexico with mother now wall street the numbers ugly the dow down six hundred fourteen points the snp down seventy one the nasdaq down two hundred eleven points at this point and oil prices are down more than two point six percent they are down by a dollar seventy four a.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

"At one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco wall street is having another one of those days that have become so increasingly common in reason months wall street being rocked by a bunch of things including trade wars and threats by the president against amazon the dow right now down more than six hundred points the nasdaq is really getting slammed it's down now a full three percent on the day two hundred eleven points lower will check the updated numbers for you coming up momentarily meantime the white house's confirming that the president and russian president vladimir putin did talk about a possible meeting at the white house white house says they discussed bilateral meeting at a number of potential venues including the executive mansion in dc the press office says the trump himself told reporters last month he discussed a meeting with putin in the not too distant future the american civil liberties union has settled a lawsuit accusing governor hogan of censoring constituents by blocking them on his official facebook page and deleting their comments the aclu says the settlement zanu social media policy for the governor's facebook page and other social media accounts it had sued on half of four people saying their first amendment rights had been violated tens of thousands of oklahoma and kentucky teachers are demanding more education funding as they walk out of the classroom today lawmakers and oklahoma passed a measure last week calling for six thousand dollar average pay raises for teachers but state teacher's union as called free ten thousand dollar increase and ethan cal chew became notorious because of his affluential legal defense as a teenager is scheduled to be released from jail in texas today was convicted five years ago and if dwi crash that killed four people he was sixteen at the time and only sentenced to probation after his attorney persuaded a judge that couch didn't know the difference between right and wrong because he was so rich and his wealthy upbringing couch wind up in jail anyway every violated his parole and fled to mexico with mother now wall street the numbers ugly the dow down six hundred fourteen points the snp down seventy one the nasdaq down two hundred eleven points at this point and oil prices are down more than two point six percent they are down by a dollar seventy four a.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Snow the snow is relentless out here it keeps coming down bill and it's the type of snow that is happy that it's wet and it just won't go away wbal scott wykoff reporting from south of the city how about north i'm wbal school yaacob husky here alongside one forty in westminster where the roadway is slippery and snow covered it has been snowing for a pretty good clip here for quite some time already about six inches of snow on the ground and the city of annapolis is telling us that the department of transportation areas going to stop its transport services of three this afternoon that includes the shuttle from downtown annapolis it takes people who work in downtown annapolis back to navy marine corps stadium so that will be done as of three this afternoon city of frederick meanwhile telling people to wait until the event is over before they start clearing their sidewalks because there warning people if you clear them now the plows are just going to push the snow back onto the sidewalk closings delays continue mount some colleges changing schedules for this afternoon if they didn't already this morning that list dated for your moment by moment at wbal dot com and a late word from austin texas you're the story this morning about the suss in the bombings of the last few weeks blowing himself up as a swat team moved in the police have been going to his house in investigating they're now just in the last few minutes they've told us the police have begun evacuating the area near the home where the bombing suspect lived they were worried they might find something inside that house that would trigger more explosions now perhaps they have because they were evacuating that area in austin texas more from that coming up on abc at the top of the hour wall street right now dow is having a pretty good day suddenly the dow is up one hundred thirty points the snp up eleven the nasdaq up twenty four oil prices up another two percent today back over sixty three dollars a barrel more for coming up at twelve thirty four i'm bill vanco.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Newsradio ten ninety mostly sunny skies fifty three degrees at twelve thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco the baltimore county executive who's also running for governor is proposing a program to offer free college tuition for low income high school graduates in the county kevin cabinet says the county would pay what's left of a student's tuition bill at the community college of baltimore county after awards and scholarships are counted for students with a family income under sixty thousand sixty nine thousand dollars and a gpa above two point five all purpose here is to consider after all types of grants and other other eight that is offered and then baltimore county government will make up the difference so that these individuals can obtain a an associate's degree says it'll cost the county one to two million dollars a year cabinets calls it a putin educational investment not simply a ploy to win votes while he runs for governor snow is on the way riding tomorrow at pretty much the same time spring does and lasting into sometime wednesday tuesday night into wednesday morning could be the messier time on the roads we'll have the full forecast coming up momentarily officials in montgomery county now say two dozen people were hurt in that chain reaction crash on i seventy this morning when a tractor trailer spilled a load of gravel and stones across the highway twenty cars involved most of the injuries minor president trump's opioid plan include seeking the death penalty for some drug traffickers he's on his way to new hampshire outline that plan day and the president is renewing his attacks on the russian investigation on twitter today russia the president calls the investigation eight total which hunt and goes onto accused special counsel robert muller of having massive conflicts of interest winning maryland lottery numbers this afternoon.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"You're listening to abc news wbal news update news radio candidate that one or two good afternoon i'm bill vanco baltimore police they'd have made an arrest in a brazen murder inside a city barbershop last month but they now say the fact that the victim had just been released from federal prison apparently had nothing to do with it police have charged sammy carroll of baltimore with walking into that barbershop on eastern avenue on february nineteenth and opening fire somebody inside the shop fired back carol was shot himself police took himself to the hospital not long afterward the man who was killed was andrea tomorrow he was a real estate broker and had been released just a couple of days earlier from prison where he served time for real estate fraud in highland town the baltimore sun now says police do not believe his federal case anything to do with his murder the ravens held a news conference this morning to introduce their new wide receiver john brown signed as a free agent from the cardinals they had planned to introduce two new wide receivers but gm ozzie newsome confirmed that former redskin ryan grant failed his physical and will not be joining the team was some consultations between our doctors and other doctors and they came back that he did not pass out physical and that's not a football decision that's a medical decision that have no control over so grant will not get a twenty nine million dollar contracts and the ravens he will remain a free agent instead police in baltimore county investigating the death of a woman who arrived at a local hospital in a u haul police tell us just after five thirty this morning they got a call about the body of a woman found in the back of a uhaul truck at gmc in tulsa and the truck was driven there by man police tell us a.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Ten ninety sunny skies forty degrees at twelve thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco democrats may already be throwing up some roadblocks to president trump's choice to be the new secretary of state democratic senator kirsten gillibrand says she has some very serious concerns about cia director mike pompeo replacing rex tillerson the senator from new york says she voted against pompeo becoming cia director because he is in brian's words someone who has supported torture in the past and she says she does not believe pompeo is the kind of leader the us needs for secretary of state meantime there are reports that rex tillerson was as surprised as anybody to find out he'd been fired today house officials tell abc news that chief of staff john kelly informed secretary tillerson on friday that he was being asked to step down but a senior state department official close to the secretary says tillerson only became certain he was being fired when he saw president trump's tweet this morning and that tillerson claims he was told on friday that is terminated could be coming soon via a tweet that he he was fired outright abc's karen travers police alabama elsa a charter bus driver was the person who died when that bus carrying students from texas home from school trip to disneyworld crashed into a ravine on interstate ten near the florida alabama border this morning many as twenty people might be hurt still is known what caused the driver to lose control baltimore county police still not saying a whole lot about that scary incident inside the owings mills target store yesterday where two men walked in and shot at a third man surveillance video but say it's not good enough to identify the gunman and haven't made it clear yet whether they believe the victim was hit by the shot that was fired at if you own a tesla the cost of filling up your electric gas tank is going up tesla raising the cost of using its supercharging stations around the country as much as fifty percent in some places in maryland the rate will now be twenty three cents per kilowatt hour model s and x owners still get an annual credit a four hundred kilowatt hours wall street right now all the numbers written in red suddenly the dow down twenty four points the sp down five the nasdaq down forty two oil prices down about eighty cents a barrel below sixty one bucks more c four coming up at twelve thirty two i'm bill vanko on wbal newsradio ten ninety handrolling you're in from one to three pm on tuesday show.

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"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill vanco" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The symptoms of motion sickness without drowziness and it's safe use everyday travel try drowned amine nondrowsy actress for truly nondrowsy motion sickness relates her this weekend to drive safely i'm jim russ wpa on these radio tonight hence ltv latin fled their the forecast for the second unit thicker evil clouds of the chancellor shower or thunderstorm still warm and muggy with high temperatures in the upper 80s to round ninety partly cloudy tonight a chance for a thunderstorm temperatures dropped back into the upper 60s a low 70s mixture of sunshine clouds tomorrow slight chance were shower less humid is the upper eighty severe ninety this is tony pan and wpa yell newsradio ten night partly cloudy skies right now little breezy with waves in the north was the fourteen the it's 80 degrees at twelve sixteen i'm bill vanco on wba lvls radio ten ninety killing wfia newsradio 1030 for the 2017 summer movie series of the shops it kenilworth see you on july fourteen for a free screening of la la land details in our 2017 summer movie series at w the al data full generally pal user in the double the va he's join in studio but maryland's attorney general brian frost attorney general frost lesser together in a maryland state senate we we share in some more stories before coming on air force well good afternoon attorney general how are you sir i'm great great to be here for you very much lifless talk with you kind of what i have been stuck with a most of the week next thursday left thirteen chief our show the whole four hours be dedicated to the violence and baltimore with its crisis baltimore city violence 2017 his name on the show i governor hogan on the show yesterday attorney general i talked about what role the.

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