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DC, state capitals see few issues, heavy security amid protest worries

Charlie Parker

03:20 min | 6 months ago

DC, state capitals see few issues, heavy security amid protest worries

"E. Pretty much for locked down National mall will be closed and estimated 25,000 National Guard troops. Unprecedented security in the wake of the deadly January 6th riot Tomorrow. Of course, is Inauguration Day. We're joined by San Antonio. First news National correspondent Bill Er. Excuse me, Bill Zim for Bill before we talk about new arrest being made even though protest over the weekend for the most part, did not. Materialize. Capitol buildings across the country are still under scrutiny. Absolutely. And there will be tight security everywhere across the country, and you're right. Fortunately, over the weekend, there were very few really incidents and very few protesters. In most cases that state capitals across the country, you had more media and more law enforcement than you had demonstrators, the largest of which may be contained a couple of dozen people who remain peaceful, so That the good news But the security will remain tight at the state capitals across the country and other sensitive areas. As I mentioned, more arrests are being made any idea how many people have been arrested in? Maybe how many have been identified but not arrested yet? This is expanding exponentially, Charlie. We we think a roughly 100. People have already been arrested and charged in connection with the January 6th events of the capital, including Some of the faces. We've all become familiar with from those videos. We've all seen there and we understand that there are over 300 active investigations underway in two others who may have been involved. The FBI is acting on over 100,000 tips they have received in the wake of this whole incident at the capital. So this is continuing. This will continue to expand and likely result in hundreds of arrest Charlie and those that are being arrested. They will be taken into custody and their local Jurisdictions and face arraignment there. But this is all being handled by the district, the U. S attorney in Washington D. C under federal charges which could result in jail time. Yeah, and I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that those people that do get arrested in service from jail time Probably won't ever do anything like this again. Yeah. Yeah, I said, I think that's a pretty safe bet. We're already hearing from a lot of the people who have been arrested. Who said I got caught up in the situation? I don't know why I did this and I regret it. Well, of course you do. And of course, we're also hearing from some of them going. I was just following what my president suggested that I do pretty weak excuse at the same time. It's probably the only excuse of God. Yeah. What is the excuse? I'm not sure the president told us to be here are well, okay. That's not going to get you very far with law enforcement. However, in the in the court system, so there is no good excuse for this. People should have known better. This is a government building. It was a government building that was closed and you just can't storm it. Of course, you're gonna be in serious trouble breaching of federal facility like that so This is something, Charlie. We're going to hear about these cases. They're going to go on for some time.

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Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Belarus protests: Maria Kolesnikova 'detained by masked men'

"Streets of Minsk has been found. Government officials now say that Maria Kalashnikov a has Been detained at the border with Ukraine, one of the leaders of the ongoing protests in Belarus. Kalashnikov A was reportedly taken off the streets of Minsk by two masked man on Monday. The circumstances of her detention at the border are still unclear. Meanwhile, protests in Belarus continue over the election of Alexander Lukashenko. Now this correspondent Bill Zim. For now, reports say Kalashnikov, a and two colleagues were driven to the Ukrainian border. Those reports say. She apparently refused to cross into Ukraine ripped up her passport car continued through the Ukraine with the two other colleagues while Kalashnikovs stayed behind and was detained as safety measures. Space One is what we're

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:47 min | 11 months ago

"bill zim" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Before eight o'clock. Right now. We're joined by San Antonio First news National correspondent Bill Zim for Night two of the Republican National Convention last night. That means that tonight is a night three and includes Vice President Mike Pence. Meanwhile, Democrats still pushing for a new stimulus package. Do you think we'll ever get there? I think we will have to and I'll tell you why Charlie. And Of course, this moved by the Democrats again is partially a diversion because of the convention going on for the Republicans, but it's also to keep that issue out there. The Democrats, of course in the House have already passed a $3 trillion Corona virus package to again stimulate the economy. Republicans have said. That's way too much money. And they had put a cap of a trillion dollars on any kind of spending for this, but they're still pretty far apart and remain stuck in the mud. And this will be the elephant waiting for Congress when they return after Labor Day. Normally, a time when Congress does not want to touch any hot button issue, there's close to the election, but they may have to And the reason is Charlie that one thing that may tell the tale here is Wall Street because the analyst will tell you that Wall Street has already factored in another stimulus package. If it doesn't happen and falls through in advance of the election, things could get ugly in the financial markets. A place that President Trump has pointed out with pride as well. He should. We're at record or near record levels on the markets now, and the president is likely to apply Ah lot of pressure on Congress, both Democrats and Republicans to get something done as quickly as possible. New concerns about a covert vaccine. Yeah, And the concern is that a vaccine could be pushed out too early. Ah, these air. The factors that have led to this Charlie first off a couple of weeks ago, you remember, Russia raised their hand and said, We have one were first have a vaccine, even though they skipped over the vital trials needed to make sure everything is safe. And then your China say, Oh, yeah, we've been vaccinating people since July. Giving their vaccine medical workers and border personnel and even workers in food markets. So this and we've heard President Trump talk about having news on a vaccine very soon, and we've heard him mention election day as a possibility. So is there a possibility that we could actually give emergency use authorization to a vaccine? This fall. We're hearing increasing cautionary notes coming from this about this Charlie, because two factors first off the obvious safety factors involved in putting out a vaccine before you have the data from those widespread phase three trials. The other part of it is that once you make an emergency use authorization on a vaccine You're making that at vaccine available. Will others be willing to take part in trials on vaccines in development? It may end up hindering, delaying the development of those projects, which eventually may turn out a vaccine that's even more effective. So there are some, like I say, cautionary notes being thrown out there now about Bringing out a vaccine just too fast. Last question $100 of bills in for his hard earned money is the N BA going to boycott playoff games over the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Are they going to play? They're going to play $100 Okay, a movie right. San Antonio First news National correspondent bills in for Saturday.

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EU blasts Turkey for "organized" migrant attack on Greece

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

EU blasts Turkey for "organized" migrant attack on Greece

"Now clashes continue along the border between Turkey and Greece the situation began building when Turkey's president announced that previously guarded borders would be opened for migrants to leave the country thousands of refugees began assembling at the border with Greece which remains close by Greek officials Greek forces used tear gas and water cannons to disperse crowds that is bill zim for

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He's like a magician, right? Because there's a global sleight of hand going on right now, because the whole world is looking at England because that's where President Trump is with other world leaders. But while we are all distracted looking that way towards England. Bill ZIM for has his eye on Russia and China. What is the story of their Bill? Yeah. Joe and this is one that bears watching because we've heard over the last couple of days from President Trump and officials in the UK of the great alliance between the United States, and the UK. Well, there is a building alliance that should be a concern to the United States, this involving Russia and China Gijon ping is in Russia right now. He will meet with Ladimir Putin today to talk about a number of issues, including of their most common thing contentious relationship with the United States. Later on a formal reception in honor regime being, and then a night at the boy, Bolshoi theatre. So quite a day for Gijon ping in Russia. Now, the two leaders are expected to sign a new declaration on global partnership and strategic cooperation, one of about thirty cooperation agreements that are expected to be signed between Russia and China having to do with everything from trade to military cooperation, and she shouldn't ping before he left for Russia. Joe described Vladimir Putin and I assume there's something lost in translation here, but he called glad Amir Putin, his best, and bosom friend. These are words that should be concerning to the United States, as this alliance between China and Russia, apparently is growing much stronger. Yeah. One wonders, if that was the word he meant to use in that scenario. All right. Great report, I'm so glad that you're keeping an eye on that for us Bill. Thank you bits, NBC News Radio. Bills for six forty one now.

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"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The trial. Look at that and probably. Reasonable way Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. Well, first of June is tomorrow, and it's a brand new season. Hurricane season begins officially at midnight tonight and correspondent Bill ZIM for tells us the predictions are in hurricane forecasters are understandably vague when they make their predictions and the two thousand nineteen forecast is no exception. The experts say they predicted generally average season with nine to fifteen named storms or to eight hurricanes and two to four major hurricanes season, actually did get start a little bit early that here with some tropical storm. Andrea forming in may no major impact to the United States. Fema is weighing in their best advice. Again. Understandably vague saying the best thing to do for people in those hurricane prone areas. Prepare for the unexpected. A difficult thing to do. You know it's not difficult to do downloading the WBZ. Kyw NewsRadio portion on the iheartradio app. It is free. No excuses. Here, even have the storm center at your fingertips to get updated on all things news, sports, and politics, all day, long anywhere. You are. And remember, we're also just a voice command away with your Amazon echo. All you need to do is say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Five twenty the American flag front and center in a dispute between veterans and town leaders in Foxborough WBZ's Chris femme tells us it's all about the placement of a patriots flag on the same poll, Ron.

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US State Department, Bill ZIM And US discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

US State Department, Bill ZIM And US discussed on WBZ Midday News

"The US State Department is, again issuing a warning to series leader. Correspondent Bill ZIM for says he may have used chemical weapons again. The State Department is concerned that may be back to his old tricks after reports that he may have used chlorine gas in an attack last weekend. A State Department spokesperson said, if it is determined that chemical weapons were used the US and our allies will respond quickly and appropriately.

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is NBC news reporter Bill ZIM for Bill. Good morning. I'm wondering which topic you're on there. So many national topics to talk about well tell you what Jean if it is Friday. It must be North Korea. Or you're right. What a week it has been hit our foreign policy team. But right now Korea has jumped to the forefront again after some missile launches were conducted yesterday by Kim Jon on too short range missiles were launched a military. Analysts are still trying to decide whether they were standard ballistic missiles, or perhaps the maneuverable type of missile the new generation weapon that could be even more of a concern because it could be used to elude missile defense systems in South Korea at the same time, the United States there was launching our own missiles conducting submarine base missile launches as. Tests continued here as well and coincidentally the United States yesterday took possession of North Korean cargo ship initially impounded in Indonesia, it was taken into custody because you used to transport coal in violation of sanctions the United States. Now says that ship is ours all this adding to increasing rhetoric between the United States and North Korea were not to the fire and fury days yet, gene. But we're heading in that direction with Kim Jong UN now saying that North Korea is in full combat pasture Oscar that they must be ready for any defensive measure. So once again, we're heading in the wrong direction in our relations with North Korea. Bill, I got to ask the question that I think is on the minds of many of our listeners are I it's it's the big question. Are we going are we heading towards war? I can't believe that would ever happen. I don't believe that the United States would make that move. I can't believe that China would allow North Korea to initiate type of move as well and through all China's like the big brother to Kim Jong UN there in that part of the world. So I can't believe that that could happen in that part of the world. However, all the all the components are there all the ingredients in this recipe. Are there this cooler heads must prevail and Bill? We we see that North Korean ship. Have we done that before? It's the first time this has happened. And I think this is a definite signal from the United States to North Korea. That look we know this stuff is happening. We know they're illegal shipments taking place, and we can do this. Anytime we want take your ships into custody. Sees them may become US property NBC news, correspondent bills him for joining us live this morning on our relations with North Korea or I should say deteriorating relations with North Korea. Thanks for that report Bill, and if you want to react to that what you just heard us the open mic feature in our app. Let's all pray that we're not heading for war. I I really don't think anybody wants that six forty two on Orlando's.

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I like to spend the majority of my day, not give it a damn about what's going on on Iran, Iran. And but but, but if you feel the same as me that you generally don't care, you might wanna listen just for a moment here because the the leaders of Iran, mayday statements overnight the deals with their nuclear program and NBC News Radio. Bill ZIM for joins us live now with that update. Hello bill. A good morning Joe. And if this situation continues to ratchet up in the chess game continues between the United States and Iran. Here's the latest on Ruhani, the president of Iran delivered a nationwide grants today in that country where he announced that Iran would roll back certain provisions of the nuclear deal it reached with six other countries back in two thousand fifteen now it was one year ago today that the United States withdrew from that agreement and reimposed. Sanctions unilaterally on Iran. They have suffered ever since. So what Ruhani said today is Iran will stop exporting excess uranium and heavy water from nuclear reactors as they were required to do under the program. They weren't allowed to stockpile these materials, and they sent a sixty day deadlines for new terms to be the for the deal to be set up or it will resume higher uranium enrichment that could be used potentially for the development of nuclear weapons. They also warned up a strong reaction if more sanctions work to be imposed on the country. So we are now entering dangerously closer to a possible conflict in that region. As the United States continues to assemble military assets the latest edition being a beef fifty two bomber squadron relocated to the Persian Gulf area. We're in a situation Joe where somebody needs to call a timeout because this is getting a little too close for comfort. You got that? Right. NBC News Radio bills in for with the update forest this morning. A story that we will continue. To follow for you here on news ninety six point five WDBO. Download our app today. Turn on your app. Notifications six forty one now's we.

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"NBC News Radio bills ZIM for is joining us this morning and Bill we got word late yesterday about a a would be terrorist in southern California. What's the story? Yeah. This is an incredible story. The gentleman's name is marked Mingo who is a former military member here in the United States serve time in Afghanistan for a while back in twenty twelve and twenty thirteen but he has now been arrested and charged with plotting a mass casualty attack in the Los Angeles area. And this is something that was drawn to the attention of thirties by some. Of his online postings, and it went on to say that he had become radicalized in a hurry. Wanting to now of benge the shootings at the two mosques in New Zealand back in March as been planning this ever since he was arrested on Friday, and he had allegedly been planning to attack a white nationalist rally in Los Angeles in the Los Angeles area over the weekend. The problem was he was collaborating with an undercover agent who was cooperating with the FBI. So he was arrested before any kind of plot could be actually executed, of course, they had designed some devices for this event that would not explode. So there were the really was no hazard to anybody in the public. But another disturbing report that here is an American who had served in the military, converted to Islam rapidly became radicalized in planned to mass casualty attack also thought of other attacks involving the Santa Monica pier, some freeways and the Los Angeles area, really. Disturbing information. Joe, I know in recent years, the the FBI has had some some pretty high profile failures. But it is it is nice to know when the F B I has a few of those successes as well. And this would certainly be one of them that they're able to get this guy before he actually committed those crimes and before he exacted a loss of life here in the United States NBC News Radio bills for thank you Bill. We're going to continue to follow this story for you. We'll keep you updated here, of course on news ninety six point five WDBO, six forty two on Orlando's morning news. How.

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Joining us now is NBC News Radio bills ZIM for and Bill. I I know that yesterday on Easter Sunday, I was at church surrounded by loved ones and church family and family family, and and it was a wonderful experience. And I would imagine it was very much like that in Sri Lanka for Christians there as bombs started blowing up, and and blood and carnage and pain and misery and death. And suffering was happening all around them. Just an horrific situation. Erin Sri Lanka yesterday. Joe ya. A day normally filled with peace and joy and family just shattered in three Lanka. When a series of explosives went off suicide bomber striking three churches. Three hotels and a couple of other locations who right now, they say two hundred ninety are dead. And that death toll is expected to rise more than five hundred injured just to give you an idea one church that was targeted Saint Sebastian's church in the Gumbo, which is near the capital city. There were a thousand people inside that church when the bomb was detonated in that one church alone. One hundred four people were killed many others injured, you can't imagine the horror involved in Easter Sunday there. So we have a tragic situation and a massive investigation underway, and we have some developments as morning right now officials in Sri Lanka are telling us that they have length a local Jihadist group to these acts. It is a group goes by the initials, N T J. But to this point this is a group has been involved in lower level activities such as. He facing Buddhist statues normally anti-buddhist group sofa that reason the government says that they had the help and cooperation of an international network. They have not named that network but say they did not act alone. They had international help in staging this series of coordinated attacks. So the investigation is continuing along that avenue they have arrested twenty four people. In addition. There is another focal point of this investigation. Apparently, there was at least one warning that was given to government officials early in April. There could have been through more unconfirmed reports say there could have been warnings as as near as ten minutes before these bombs went off, and they were ignored by the government than there were no counter measures taken. So that'll be a big part of this investigation as well. The government of Sri Lanka has some questions to answer. And Bill just as you're talking to me. You couldn't have followed this since you are literally talking at that moment. But in the last sixty seconds reporter. There on the ground in Colombo the capital of Sri Lanka. A report that another bomb has just been heard at Saint Anthony's church in Colombo. What is not entirely clear is if this was a bomb that was accidentally triggered in some way, shape or form, or if it was a controlled explosion of a bomb that may be the bomb squads found, and they were just doing a controlled explosion. Either way in the last ninety seconds and other blast heard there at a at a Catholic church in Colombo, Sri Lanka NBC, News Radio. Bill ZIM for live with the latest forces pointing thank you Bill. Six forty four now on Orlando's morning news..

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Like to think that this long national nightmare of the Muller investigation is now over and we pivot as a nation and move in a different direction to accomplish greater things for our our country. But I get the sense that the dropping of the mullahs report is just the beginning. Not the end NBC News Radio. Bill ZIM for joins us this morning, and man, depending on one's political stripes. Your take it away completely different conclusions from the Muller report. You're right Joe. This is interesting in that it depends what type of decoding device you're used to go. Use the Republican device. You're getting one result saying a this is a victory as Kellyanne Conway called it the best day since election day up in a few using that democratic device you're saying we need to look at a lot more of what's included in this Muller report. And it certainly far from over a democratic leaders say they will continue on to subpoena, the full unredacted report, they wanna talk to Robert Muller and would like that to happen before the end of may they are already scheduled to talk to attorney general bar and early may. So this will continue on, but we did get a little bit of surprising sensibility coming from the house majority leader, Steny Hoyer who said that we have an election coming up in a year and a half. Maybe we should just let the American people decide on the presidency of Donald Trump instead of going ahead with impeachment proceedings, and continuous hearings and other investigations allegis. Let the American people decide where they stand on this. But this much we know Joe. Oh at the morning after four hundred forty eight pages later and all of the analysis. Not much has changed. Not many minds have been changed on this. Those who are backers of the president are still backers of the president those who are not are still not know minds have been changed by this report. You are absolutely right about that NBC News Radio bills for thank you, sir. Have a great weekend. Six forty two now.

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"bill zim" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Traffic tip line Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five the controversy up in Virginia has expanded pass. Just the governor who was seen in black face and a picture and. And there's been a kind of a debate over that as to whether or not he did and most people are calling for his resignation. But now, we've added the Lieutenant governor who has a an assault allegation against him and Bill ZIM for NBC. News Radio reporter joins us right now and Bill this one seems to be destined to go on for awhile. Yeah. I mean, this is this is a real mess that they have going on in Virginia right now the governor is under a lot of pressure to resign. He says he needs more time before he makes a decision on this. And it right now is is holding onto the office. His Lieutenant governor who would be the next in line. Should the governor resign is now defending sexual assault allegations that he assaulted a woman during the two thousand four democratic national convention, so we have a whole lot going on here. And there have been allegations, maybe not direct, but inferences by the Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax that maybe it was the governor himself who let this story out there or perhaps the mayor of Richmond who may be a future political opponent as the two may be gubernatorial candidates next time around. So there's a lot of allegations flying around here. Almost universal calls for the governor to step down from Democrats and Republicans alike on the. Statewide level and the national level. Like, I said, we got a big mess and Bill you kind of alluded to the timing of the sexual assault allegations to me, they're sketchy on assuming that's the same for other people as well. That's exactly what Justin. Fairfax is saying he was saying why why would this come up now? And he said he pointed out that this was an incident that was consensual took place during that convention. He says that the Washington Post and other news organizations actually looked into it and decided not to print a story on it that there was not enough core operation, and there was not enough there to to warrant this. So I it is a very difficult situation for everybody involved here. So the question is what happens now what happens if north them resigns? What happens if Fairfax is forced to resign? Then it goes down to the attorney general who is Mark Heron's who has already called for the governor to resign. So it really is a a weird weird situation. Then on top of this. Had that news conference at the governor had where he said now I wasn't in that picture, but I did do an impersonation of Michael Jackson one time in a dance contest where I put some few polish on my face, and almost almost was talked into doing the moonwalk on stage before his wife stopped him. I love that somebody reporter said can you still do the moonwalk or something like that? He was looking like he's going to do it. And his wife said don't you dare? You know, this thing with Justin Fairfax, this has been going on here for the metoo movement, which is you are guilty until you're proved innocent, and he is in that situation. But I'm wondering this woman again bringing this up now, and I'm wondering why was she alone in a room with him. Anyway. Yeah. I he agrees from the from what I understand he says it was a consensual. Let me no one night stand at the two had. And from what I understand she agrees that it it was it started off as consensual, but then got out of hand a little bit. Once they were in the room. So that's that's the story that we're getting so far. But the timing. I agree. The timing is rather interesting. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see how this whole thing plays out. But Bill we appreciate your joining us on AM Tampa Bay. And we'll talk to you later gay jockey, Jack Bill ZIM for our NBC News Radio reporter, I think that's part of a larger conversation, we're dealing with in the metoo movement where I we have to differentiate in my opinion between sexual assault, and when there's consensual sex and during that ramp, or whatever you wanna call it. You might not feel the most comfortable, but you're not letting that be known. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Maybe not everything goes your way, the passion kind of flames out that night doesn't nothings as you expected it to be I think that to me depending on what happened in that bedroom. It's. Different than sexual assault. Yeah. And again, it's you're guilty until proven innocent. Which is not the way all going to have to start filming everything just to prove our innocence. Eventually they're going to be cameras everywhere. Anyway, so. The rooms and all of that kind of stuff. So people will be able to. Oh, here's here's our film on that. But anyway, hey on our web page here. Natalie is put up some good stuff for some trying to get that thing come up here. Now, I wanna see this flight attendant walking on the plains wing mid air. Did she have a ticket? That's probably why she's on the way. Oh, coffee, tea or me. Well, maybe she just wanted to go out and have a smoke. Well, that's true. So she's tied down. Actually, it was her fiftieth birthday celebration. She's completely tied down. Tired? And we've got a golden retrievers stealing its owners post it notes. We'll call that our adorable video for which is post on there. Dolts steal this note. Bowel hits eight twenty eight on AM Tampa. Sean.

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News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We have eighty four in Kissimmee thing cloud. I'm Tony Marino. Sean Hannity back in five minutes as we continue team coverage from Washington, the one hundred fifteenth congress wrapping up today new analysis shows lawmakers, well, they didn't get a lot accomplished Republicans control both chambers of congress and the White House yet the one hundred fifteenth congress passed fewer bills than previous sessions, they were three. Shutdowns including one still happening right now only four hundred forty three bills became law. C span archive director, Dr Robert Browning and didn't accomplish a whole lot. Bipartisan victories included imposing sanctions on Russia. Improving bills aimed at curbing the opioid epidemic and passing criminal Justice reform in Washington, Jacqueline found news ninety six five WDBO zillions here in central Florida. And across the world are recognizing a new president. That has been sworn in Brazil Bill ZIM for tells us that will likely be hearing a lot from him. Then aim gyro Bolsonaro should be one. We hear frequently in coming months balls and aro who is a fan of President Trump ran on a pro gun anti corruption platform, promising to revive the economy of Brazil and usher in sweeping social changes in his first speech is president. He called on Brazilian legislators to help him rescue Brazil from corruption criminality and idiological submission. I'm Jamie Dupree, your Washington watchdog, and this is where Orlando. Turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic. News ninety six five WDBO Orlando. Police are on the scene and a power more neighborhood investigating.

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"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of alliances alluding to Madison. Reported disagreement with the president's treatment of America's historic allies mad is spoke about China and Russia's intend to shape the world to their authority -tarian model and said the US needs to use its power to provide for the common defense. His decision comes one day after President Trump announced he would pull US troops from Syria, China reacts harshly after charges were announced against two alleged Chinese hackers. This is correspondent Bill ZIM for in announcing the charges. The Justice department said the hackers stole information from companies in at least twelve countries, including the United States and did so at the direction of the Chinese government. It didn't take long for China to respond calling the accusations scandalous, China's foreign ministry responded Friday by saying the US fabricated, the facts and made false accusations calling on the US to immediately correct its actions. China also accused the United States of conducting large scale cyber campaigns itself. And President Trump says the charges there has never been a president who has been tougher but fair on China or Russia, never just look at the facts. The fake news tries so hard to paint the opposite picture that was the president's an hour ago on Twitter. Meantime, trade talks between the two nations are planned to resume next month. The timetable still needs to be ironed out. According to a spokesperson for China's commerce industry. President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping agreed to postpone new tariff says the do countries negotiate American complaints about technology theft, and intellectual property protection. And.

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Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo now 2nd worst in history

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo now 2nd worst in history

"To the largest Ebola outbreak that killed eleven thousand people in west Africa between two thousand fourteen in two thousand sixteen that's NBC's bills. Zim for the number of African immigrants coming to Houston grew by eighty percent between twenty ten and two thousand seventeen with Nigerians leading the way rockets are in San Antonio. Hoping to end a four-game losing streak tonight. The brigade starts at six on sports talk seven ninety and we pick up coverage at seven here on KTAR h right now, the Dow is up ninety four the NASDAQ up twenty-six S and P five hundred up thirteen oil at fifty

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And Katie and joining us on the hotline right now NBC News Radio reporter Bill ZIM for Bill how are you, I'm doing great Ryan good, morning good morning to you so hurricane season we've been lucky so far off to a slow start hopefully that will continue what's going on well what is happening according to the meteorologists is that the temperatures the water temperatures. In the Atlantic Ocean or cooler than they. Were, a year ago and that's one of the reasons. That we haven't seen these storms form more often and and we are entering a time now. Ryan when even though this is. Not the peak. Of hurricane season This might be the peak. Of real dangerous hurricane because if we look back. In history the five most, powerful, storms, ever, to, hit the US mainland occurred in. This two week window between now and the beginning of September this includes Hurricane Andrew nineteen ninety two eight includes Katrina in two thousand five Camille nineteen sixty nine and and the most, powerful, hurricane ever on record according to pressure statistics hit the. Florida Keys, in nineteen, thirty five on Labor. Day over four? Hundred people were, killed. There so. That's why we look. At this window, now to try to get a gauge and the good. News is there's nothing on the radar. The, forecasters don't see any tropical waves coming off of the coast of Africa nothing forming in the eastern Atlantic nothing down in the Caribbean so that's. The good news right now that if we can get through this next two week period even though the peak of hurricane season doesn't come until mid-september usually at that point they begin to weaken A little bit the real strong and last year right at this time. We're talking about hurricane Harvey and Irma which I hit at the end of this window, as well, but you know this window here is the ones that can really do damage unlike any other and it looks like we're, in pretty good shape right. Now can they tell if the water temperature you said it's it's been cool because for hurricane they say it's got to reach eighty degrees Fahrenheit, to get to that hurricane level so do they know how long the water's gonna stay this cool. And could they anticipate that's going to happen in the future well I don't think they can look that far in the future Erin but. You know they can anticipate that at least and again you know ocean currents, shift and things happen and so they've got to watch exactly. Where these waters are moving where the currents are going but still I think they can forecast probably, looking out at the next two to four weeks and say. That the temperature is, going to be cool Cooler than normal as for in the, future all they can look at is what's coming in from the west and they say that this. Year there's a seventy percent chance of an El Nino forming out west which means warmer water, in the eastern Pacific area now what that does for the. Eastern for that area is a cuts, down on the number of storms but as that, warm water, and that whole El Nino begins to move there's a possibility that water. Temperatures could increase in the Atlantic as well but for now? We're. Looking okay what was interesting was the predictions at the start? Of, hurricane season were that it'd be a pretty active season but they've, scaled back those, predictions over the past couple of weeks and, now it, looks like it might not be, but it only takes one and that's why people still need to, stay vigilant especially through September. Yeah they've, they've downgraded their forecast a couple of times right now they're saying four to seven hurricanes we've already had to so if we get to More it it would be within their forecast range and again we won't hit the peak until mid-september luckily the, t the hurricanes are not as powerful that time of year mainly. Because of the temperature factors but still you know, we're looking at this next couple of weeks and if we can get through this without any. Major, damage, without any storms hitting the coastlines I think we'll be. In better shape than we would if we if we. Get one of those monsters NBC News Radio reporter Bill ZIM for here on AM Tampa Bay Bill we appreciate the time you got it thanks guys I. Mean we're, still dealing with Marie from last year And all the problems that happened afterward I I don't wanna take a negative tone towards. Meteorologists here, but so you're going to on Saturday I. Took a look at the extended forecast and it was like twenty. Percent chance, of rain, for the next couple of days look like we. Weren't really going to get any rain. So I. Got my, car washed figured this is the perfect time A perfect time let me go. Get it, washed looks like no rain for a few. Days within ten minutes of me getting it washed it rains tell Reigned again yesterday every time you think that it's going, to happen but the forecast said have you park your car outside where he lives always outside and actually I went from the car wash, place to Publix went, into publics and when, I came out. It was raining. So that quickly every if I had, known that, I wouldn't have gotten washed I would have waited but, the forecast said. No rain will it's twenty percent. Well do twenty percent. Is I. Mean come on we'll do every time you go into wash your vehicle, let us, know so we'll. Know We used, to go by. Jeff sneeze throbbing Now when.

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"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Good weekend and it is Monday back to the grind kids are back at UCF, this morning so welcome back to college young men and young women and everything in, between NBC News Radio Bill ZIM for is joining us this morning and Bill we dangled down here into the between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean and. We're always concerned about hurricanes and we're getting revised predictions about the hurricane season Joe revised predictions that are good, news really the National Hurricane Center has revise their predictions downward but still we're keeping an eye on the next two weeks for good reason because this next two weeks while not the peak of hurricane season that won't come till mid. September is the time when the most damaging hurricanes hit traditionally the five most powerful hurricanes have ever hit the United, States had hit in. This window. Between mid August right now and the beginning of. September including Andrew in nineteen ninety two with a category five storm Katrina. Two thousand five Camille nineteen sixty nine, all among the five most powerful storms of all time that I've hit during this window, including the, most powerful of all time was even before they. Had names for these things the woman hit the Florida Keys in nineteen thirty five, that killed over four hundred people that was on September first the most powerful storm Ever last, year hurricane Harvey was in this window so, was right at the end of August, into September so we're keeping an eye on this now and if we can get through this two weeks fan we. Should be in pretty good shape the. Good news is there is nothing on the radar no, tropical waves coming off of Africa nothing forming in the Caribbean so right now we look very good as for the overall prediction other Hurricane Center is saying they still expect to major hurricanes we have not had one yet we. Had, five named storms storms two of them at. Turned into hurricanes but nothing above a category too so so far so good but again the peak, of the season won't hit till September the good, news and that is usually at that point they begin to weaken as they go along through the fall well for those of our listeners who are watching their radio closely as you were describing that for your report if you were. Watching your radio closely you'd have seen a smile on my face when you said that right now in the tropics, there's no activity whatsoever Big smile on my face when you. Said that and I'm really pleased to see that it's all quiet out of the tropics right now. Let's just all stay quiet and hopefully nothing wakes up out in the tropics NBC News Radio is, Bill sim for with the absolutely good. News that we expect it to be less busy of. A hurricane season.

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"bill zim" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Way up to ninety six and the hot and dry weather pattern holds up into the early portion of next week as well currently seventy degrees at wwl are five thirty three thank you so much appreciate it well we had the meeting or at least the start of the meeting that might get us to a russia summit on some level here joining us nbc news national correspondent bill zim for and bill i guess it was bolton made his move to go talk with putin yesterday i mean every time i see putin shaking hands with somebody it always makes me look like as soon as they're gone two minutes later once the cameras are all gone he's like okay get outta here i feel like that's the look on putin's face but how did things go between bolton and putin yesterday hey well if you read all the reports mike everything went famously between the two that they talk about a number of issues and have agreed on a time and a place for a summit between vladimir putin and president trump and you're right bladder putin always has that look that number one the look is that he size in yup all the time and then when he's done talking to you he's done talking to you and if you don't get out he'll bring in as big labrador retriever chase you out of there but yeah everything went well and in fact john bolton said that the president instructed him to do all he could to arrange this summit so that'll be confirmed today it's likely to be mid july somewhere around the nato summit and add likely to be either in helsinki or nbn now what are they gonna talk about well the list of issues is is as long as your arm that these two countries could talk about in these two leaders could talk about but there's a published report out of the mid east today that says the united states will make syria one of the top items on the agenda asking russia to get all of their forces out of syria while agreeing that bush are alassad will stay in power so that'll be interesting but when you talk about other things how election interference or crimea or ukraine or the uk poisoning case our sanctions against russia or north korea or the iran nuclear deal about their cyber activity the g seven and trade between the two countries you're going to need more than a couple of hours for this kind of summit yeah it sounds to me like this could be days worth of.

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Europe strikes back against Trump tariffs, taxing bourbon, motorcycles and orange juice

Rush Limbaugh

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Europe strikes back against Trump tariffs, taxing bourbon, motorcycles and orange juice

"I think his job one very very important very symbolic meteorologist is the most important thing because she had a state windsor castle will be closed to the public on july thirteenth so speculation that's where such a meeting might take place tom rivers abc news london tariffs on us exports to europe are set to go into effect tariffs on three point two billion dollars worth of us goods go into effect friday in retaliation for tariffs on steel and aluminum imports announced by the trump administration on the list of items subject to twentyfive percent tariffs agricultural products like rice and our orange juice as well as motorcycles whisky and cigarettes an official from the european trade commission said they were left with no other choice but to impose the tariffs correspondent bill zim for reporting months ago police recommended charging is really prime minister benjamin netanyahu with bribery fraud and breach of trust in two separate cases now netanyahu's wife has been officially indicted for allegedly spending taxpayers money abc's jordan miller reports from jerusalem israel's attorney general has indicted the wife of prime minister benjamin netanyahu on charges of fraud and breach of public trust sarah netanyahu is accused of misusing one hundred thousand dollars in state funds she allegedly ordered high end catering for the prime minister's residence and justified it by making false claims there was no cook employed sarah's indictment today could spell political trouble for netanyahu who is facing three corruption cases of his own giordano miller abc news jerusalem top local stories of the hour coming up including an emphasis emphasis patrol for washington state patrol officers will tell you what they're going to be looking for the next few days in just a few moments stay with us ryan queen here as a business owner do you ever wonder if your business ever closes early when you aren't there or if it opened on time this morning stop wondering with smarter business security.

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"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The roof mcgregor was released on fifty thousand dollars bond and is due back in court on june the fourteenth busloads of central american migrants are headed to mexico city to give thanks to the virgin of guadalupe it's the last stop for many on a caravan that drew criticism from president trump the caravan was not intended to reach the us border but mexico has granted some participants visas which could allow them to get to the border some plan on asking for asylum in the us others will stay in mexico many left the caravan last week to try their luck at crossing the border on their own the chinese government is putting political restrictions on a new group in the country we get the story from correspondent bill zim i says donors must prove their political loyalty the new guidelines apply to sperm donors in china in a new sperm donation campaign announced this week their requirements include good health and favorable political qualities a notice says donors must love this socialist motherland and embraced the leadership of the communist party donors will also need to pass two rounds of tests i one checking the quality of their semen and one for general health and fitness the present president trump will once again skip the annual white house correspondents dinner this year press secretary sarah sanders will represent the trump administration at the head table presidents have traditionally attended the black tie affair but trump ended the tradition last year he often accuses news organizations of promoting fake news the dinner this year is set for april the twenty eighth net flicks is flexing its bidding.

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"bill zim" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The use of the national guard to help secure the border to stop drugs illegal immigrants from coming in yesterday's proclamation said the security of the us imperilled by a drastic surge of illegal activity on the southern border meanwhile while the president has again indicated he's going to pull us troops out of syria let's get the latest on that joining us live now nbc radio national correspondent bill zim for both of these policies bill apparently you're being announced by the president without the prior i guess knowledge of the defense department state department so let let's talk about this thing here where does that stand trooped will not remain past the all out defeat of i s well that's kind of a subjective thing as well so for now it looks like our troops are gonna stay there we have about two thousand troops in syria but like anything else in the middle east joe eight is very very complicated you just looked at the characters involved us with troops there russia with troops there turkey with troops there iran with troops there and of course the government forces of bouchara allah saad and along with isis so it's quite a complicated situation in syria the president is finding that out yeah okay then sometimes he just says these things and you know you're not quite sure it's policy or it was just sort of stream of consciousness i guess yeah absolutely and that's what caused everybody to scramble in the military division they're in the military advisers in the joint chiefs of staff because it would not be very easy to just pull out of syria and general joseph hotel who is the head of the us central command actually said that saying the hard part is still ahead theory that being the stabilizing the consolidation and the rebuilding so we'll see where we go from here but i think you can count on the fact yo the president will probably change his mind at least once more sure nbc radio national correspondent bills him from president meanwhile making a return trip to west virginia today president trump travels to west virginia today to talk about the tax cut legislation.

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"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bill zim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Time four nineteen clouds so far in boston thirty five degrees outside our studios good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom snow is expected to begin in boston tonight it'll continue to tomorrow morning and when it's all said and done up to eight inches of snow in the immediate boston area to construction workers have been rescued after falling from the fifth floor at a building under construction on western avenue and allston and facebook's mark zuckerberg admits mistakes have been made he's outlined steps to protect user data in the future and it looked like we were going to head towards another win on wall street but at the closing bell it's all read the dow losing forty five points along with storms like this one on our doorstep comes the threat of another snow day for students wbz's they've already had too many snow days bill ricker school system like many across the commonwealth is suffering from tms too many storms they've exceeded their allotted number of snow days and that means finding some way to make up those days day probably be a little sad about it but kids are resilient they over the makeup time includes the possibility of slashing away at the april vacation week or maybe the end of june school departments asking parents to chime in i asked this guy what he thinks students would prefer they'd probably choose june because they're still in school in june and it's not like you've taken a whole week away from them the school committee is expected to make a decision at their next meeting from bill ricca carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty russia's foreign ministry is called a meeting to brief foreign diplomats on the alleged russian poisoning of a former spy but cbs news correspondent bill zim for tells us there has not been much interest british ambassador as well as embassador from france and the united states have said they will not attend the briefing the meeting had been called to explain russia's view of the case which has sent relations between russia and the uk onto the rocks kremlin spokesman dmitry peskov called the refusal to attend another example of what has turned into an absurd situation russian spokeswoman is calling british foreign secretary boris johnson johnson unprofessional and borsch a former connecticut college student charged with lying about being.

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