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"bill zimper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Defense. Friends over the list. Time, great relationships, too, and that gives good as it's ever been, maybe better speaking to reporters Trump says the Irish border will be just fine once Britain exits from the European Union Trump added that Brexit could ultimately be very good. His words for Ireland, prime Minister, Leo varadkar says he believes this is the only or rather this is only the time that a sitting US president has visited Ireland while in office. The president and first lady Melania, Trump will spend the next three days in Ireland apart from their day tomorrow to Normandy, for the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. Well, the president has taken the international stage during his trip to the UK this weekend. Correspondent Bill Zimper reports that the Trump entourage is also running out, quite a tab included in a Bill for the president's trip. Almost a million dollars to rent four, limousines, for the Ireland portion of the drip, limos rented from an Irish funeral home, the hotel bills in London for the presidential entourage. Also, raise. Eyebrows with accommodations at the intercontinental hotel in London coming in at just over one point two million dollars. Bills, emperor, NBC News Radio lightning storms have touched off several small fires in the Shasta trinity national forest the largest three acre blaze north of trinity lake at last report that fire was only ten percent. Contained five fire engines, two water tenders, and a bulldozer have an assigned to that fire, and it's now four twenty four at KFC K. A California man has been freed from prison after serving twenty three years of his life sentence on a joy riding conviction. It included eight years in solitary confinement, for possessing a book written by the co founder of an Torius prison gangs attorneys, say it is unconscionable that he was set to die in prison for nonviolent crimes. Kenneth Oliver was given that life term under California's strict three strikes. Sentencing law repeat felons. He was freed Monday. Well, three minor offshore earthquakes are being reported off the coast of southern California today. The US Geological Survey says the first quake, four point three happened around three forty five AM about nine miles away from San Clemente island. Now, the second also four point three reported just after seven thirty this morning. That happened eleven miles from San Clemente island, and then the third, which was a small to the three reported just before nine fifty AM that took place, nine miles away from the island. It's four twenty six at news ninety three point one k f k here's Dana Hass with your traffic trouble spot. I say, here's Dana. But nothing I button Bush eastbound eighty is slow right through Davis right now starting just after northbound one thirteen it's going to go to the causeway and after that it just kind of traffic congestion evaporate. So just hang in there and you'll be out of it soon. All right. Thank you Dana, and much more coming your way, here on all the top stories on news ninety three point one K K,.
"bill zimper" Discussed on KTOK
"Just down from the Matthews office building as a matter of fact, and whether it's a ranch China North Korea Venezuela, Russia, Afghanistan, Bill Zimper, let's get an update and span the globe about American foreign policy. Yeah. And it seems like every day we get new developments on just about every frontally the developments this morning number one coming out of China where China has announced how they are going to retaliate to tariffs that have been raised on Chinese imports in this country. They say that they will increase tariffs from ten to twenty five percent on sixty billion dollars worth of US imports into China. So this is their initial reaction to the increase in tariffs here in the United States. Now it remains to be seen whether President Trump will throw even more chips into. Pot here by announcing as possible that we may raise tariffs on all Chinese imports coming into this country. So that remains to be seen. But in the meantime, the markets really reacting. The Dow struggles were at one point down more than six hundred points this morning. So we're seeing the effects of that already. Also secretary of state Pompeo just keeping track of him is a tough job these days. He was supposed to go to Moscow today canceled that stop instead went to Brussels to meet with European Union officials about Iran and the escalating situation there, but it may be a tough audience there since even before he arrived, the EU said that they want to maintain the Iran nuclear deal. They want to strengthen the Iran nuclear deal and urged everyone who is still a signatory to observe all of the provisions of the deal. So and they also urged they say they urge others meaning the United. States to reduce the esscalation in the Persian Gulf area. So that meeting may not go as wet at thought. And then he's going to go on to Russia to meet with their foreign minister, and maybe even bladder Amir Putin tomorrow. So not only are there a lot of different areas where we have things going on seems.
"bill zimper" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Dividing the country and trying to incite hatred. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is scolding President Trump for using those images. Pelosi calls President Trump's tweeting habits on presidential his purpose. In tweeting. I don't know, but apercus is working together to get the job done for the American people and really not to inflame the to unify she made those statements during a news briefing in northern Virginia. Pelosi said she makes it a practice of not responding to Trump's numerous tweets, the F B I is calling for members of the public to be trained on how to thwart active shooters in its annual report released this week. The report says there were twenty seven active shootings in the US in two thousand eighteen that led to the deaths of eighty five people and injuries to one hundred twenty eight others. The number was down from twenty seventeen when there were thirty active shooting events, most of the shooters were male, but three were women and the gender of the fourth is unknown the youngest active shooter thirteen years old. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio and MTA bus. Driver says. As a man threw a Cup of urine on her through an open window as she was driving riders through the Bronx, New York Friday. No Mladen has more Terrell Robinson says she was at a bus stop on the grand concourse when a stranger came out of nowhere and he coffee Cup full of pee on her through the driver's side window allies load in my passengers as I needed to close the doors to pull off I turn my head. And he was standing there. And he just Dow took off Robinson taken to a local hospital for observation. She says now she's going to ask the MTA to change her to a different bus route police they have not made any arrests. No, one Lleyton NBC, News Radio New York. The Mississippi suspect accused of shooting deputy last night is dead of an apparent self inflicted wound. Marshall county sheriff Kenny Dickerson said the man who has not been identified walked out of the house took a couple steps towards deputies pulled a gun out of his shorts and shot himself came hours after the man had allegedly shot at. Deputy two or three times with a rifle. He barricaded himself inside a home but began walking in and out as he continued talking to negotiators the deputy was taken to a Memphis hospital. His condition is unknown. Japan is looking for ways to deal with a nationwide problem that appears to be getting worse. Correspondent Bill Zimper has that story. It's a population problem that has Japanese officials concerned latest numbers show Japan's population decline for the eighth straight year last year with a drop of almost three hundred thousand the largest yearly decline on record. In addition. Their population continues to age the working age population hitting a record low percentage set just after World War Two. The Lakers are looking for a new head. Coach Luke Walton had agreed with management to step.
"bill zimper" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sports, and entertainment charity, just mentioned that, you know, January's always cold, but it's about to be possibly the coldest January ever. But she was not talking about San Antonio. We have been much colored and thirty seven before. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But the rest of the country, they're saying sixty below zero in some places fifty below zero in some places parts of the deep south aren't immune either, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee today and tomorrow, expected cold weather and possibility of snow is going to get nasty. And when did this. Polar vortex terminology start seemed like a couple years ago. Yeah. I mean, we've seen cold temperatures forever used to be a cold front. Now, they gotta give it some name. We're going to find out more about that. With San Antonio. I news Bill Zimper coming up in just about fifteen minutes. Right now us I flashback brought to you by Spurs sports and entertainment Spurs flesh back. On January twenty nine th two thousand nine montage nobly scored a team high thirty points, Tim Duncan grabbed fifteen rebounds and the Spurs went on the road and beat the Phoenix Suns one fourteen one. Oh, four a variety of injuries slowed down during the oh eight oh nine season. He played in just forty four regular season games. He averaged fifteen and a half points per game. He missed the final six regular season games and the postseason. That's today's Spurs flashback. I'm Bill schone. The Harlem Globetrotters,.
"bill zimper" Discussed on KTOK
"It's hard to top a hill. The state of the union address. Now it was last week. That Nancy Pelosi was suggesting we should prowess pony because we don't have enough security to the president said, no what I'm gonna postpone your flight to live LA Vida loca over in Europe and Egypt and Afghanistan. And so today, we learn that Nancy Pelosi is basically insisting that there be no state of the union address at least in the house chamber. Towards the president said, oh, no. That's not going to stop me. We're gonna find a way to have it. The only question would be wear and win. Now, the constitution only says that he has to deliver a written state of the union like it used to be done back in the day to the congress. So that can be done. And once that's done. It seems to me they can have it anywhere. So that's what I wanted to ask. You we talked about this a little bit last week. If there was not to be a state of the union where should it be? And now that we know that they at least it won't be in the house chamber where shoot it'd be a four thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie, okay? And keep an open mind because basically once it is delivered in writing. And I don't know can be Email constitution doesn't say how it needs to be delivered. Just that. It'd be delivered. Once that's delivered. He can do it anywhere. April one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. We'll have some fun with that. Plus, the real reason I've been hesitant to talk about this because I was waiting for all the details of these kids from Covington Kentucky, and what happened in Washington, and what they were accused of doing versus what they actually did do, and why that became such a media circus. I will tell you. And there's a very good reason why it's not a palatable reason. But it is the reason he gave you some insight insight into what's going on in the industry to proposals are in the Senate. But will they do any good to stop the impasse and open up the government again? And we'll talk that over with Bill Zimper and Michael Barr who are in Washington DC. And have the unique perspective that's all coming.
"bill zimper" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Is expected to be restored for all counties. No later than eleven forty five tonight. I North Carolina State trooper was shot in Wilson county on Monday evening and after an intense. Search three suspects have been taken into custody trooper DC herald a five year veteran assigned a Wilson county was taken to a hospital with serious injuries. The White House is now considering a last ditch effort to woo moderate Democrats from red districts with the promise of a. Border security. Do you reopening the government? Mike Bauer reports the question is could the White House even convince those Democrats to trust President Trump enough to strike a deal considering how much Trump has flip flopped on funding. Compromises? Meanwhile, a small bipartisan group of senators met in the basement of the capital last night to try to move talks forward. Democrats said they could compromise on border security, but not until the government is reopened Republicans. Agreed something the president would not likely due. In the meantime, there's a new caravan of migrants headed toward the US border. Correspondent Bill Zimper has the latest. This caravan started in Honduras with an estimated six to eight hundred people joining in their goal make it to the US border where they plan to ask for asylum seeking a better life for themselves and their families. However, there are still thousands of migrants from an earlier caravan in the Mexican city of Tijuana waiting their chance to enter the US with an even larger group from that caravan returning to Honduras. Second acted follow us on social media. Go to. One zero six one FM talk dot com to connect iheartradio has given.
"bill zimper" Discussed on KTOK
"I am Leigh Matthews. My saints one over the weekend, lovely wife, and I watched the game, and it started out kind of sloppy. I think the eagles were trying to do to the saints. What Alabama did Oklahoma callout strong? Yeah. What a bunch of a bunch of points on the board where out their defense because they thought that that New Orleans had a weaker defense, which maybe they did. But New Orleans had the last laugh. Yeah. Congratulations. So now they go on to the semifinals. Yes. They call the the in the NFC championship game. Yes. The NFC championship game. And then the winner that goes onto the Super Bowl they're playing the Rams Cowboys. Yeah. That's gonna be a good game. The Rams and the saints game. Yeah. Got the old man of the NFL. That was nothing pointed out as I got the young kid versus old man versus Sean Payton. He's already got us. Well, that's true. But the old man I'm talking about is drew drew Brees drew Brees and Gough another kid. Yeah. Is only the old man of the NFL. And then the oldest quarterback right now. Yes. No. No. No. Okay. Tom Brady's older. Okay. Okay. All right. Well, good for them. And I'll be rooting for the saints from here on out. And if the saints don't win it'll be another Super Bowl. I just don't give a hoot which happens a lot for me. And you've got the league game Sunday game with starts at five thirty. Yeah. In Kansas City is playing against the patriots in Kansas City. I don't know if I'm even gonna watch you know, why? 'cause a lovely wife, and I are supposed to go to town. We've got a cabin booked in the woods to get a quiet little winter get away. And it's looking like it's gonna snow like I said, so I don't know we may be stuck there. We may not come back. I don't know. A four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K. Okay. Bills Zimper joining us from twenty four seven news Ivanka Trump's got the possible new gig. He's gonna tell us about that in about another five minutes. Mike writes Lee have you seen all over Facebook people posting their ten year old picture and putting it up against their current picture. Well, I for one can say that Facebook and the F B I say thank you for helping them update their facial recognition database with your current versus tenure go picture. I haven't done it. That's why that's why I don't do. Most of those things might get on the love Gannon. Yeah. You know? I didn't know it because I've lost more hair. Yeah. Okay. I don't mind pitch. Posting pictures of myself when I still a full head of hair. But I mean, that's why we're a ball cap because I have a big head, and it's baldness makes it look even bigger. So what you're not gonna go as they say, come home. You're not gonna just shaved it all off. And I may do that later. I'm not the lovely wife. Not ready for me to do that. She's not ready for either that she still wants something to run your hands through besides when she was going through chemotherapy, she was the Baldwin. So she, you know. Yeah. Meeting. We didn't need to completely bald people and I'm almost completely. But anyway. And now that hers is all growing Bakshi's griping about it being thicker and fuller. And I'm just like oh shut up. You lost here. Because the chemotherapy I lost here because of the Lord on not the Lord but genetics and I'm not getting mine back. Eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And we'll be joined by this was a creepy request from a landscaper. Plus, we'll be joined by Bill Zimper Lee Matthews in the drop. And now a.
"bill zimper" Discussed on KTOK
"Radio one thousand KT. Okay. The Leigh Matthews eight four. Oh, one thousand star one thousand the stripper in Florida got arrested, but not for doing what you think I will tell you what coming up eight four thousand star one thousand also the president speech coming up at eight o'clock. We'll be carrying it right here on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And Bill Zimper with twenty four seven news. The president may declare a national emergency to build the wall in this speech. But can he declare a national emergency to build the wall? The simple answer to that. Lee is yes. Yeah. He can he can deliver or declare a state of emergency. And but it's interesting how the whole evolution of this comes about here in our constitution. There is no provision for emergency powers for the president. So that has been up to congress over the centuries. Really so ads of the seventies. There were over four hundred statutes the granting special powers to the president in the event of an emergency. Now, congress really tried to hurt all those together. And maybe restrained things a bit in one thousand nine hundred seventy six when they passed the national emergencies act. However, that's still does not define win a national emergency can be declared, and what that national emergency is or could be so for that reason the president could declare a state of emergency based on the broad powers. He has his president. And even if you really drill down into the codes and sections. Subsections? He could mobilize money from the defense defense department to build a wall. So the simple answer. Yes. He can and Bill in his address tonight. If he does make that announcement, how quickly could something be turned around. Well, there will be immediate action. I don't think he's gonna make that announcement tonight. I think tonight is going to be a sales pitch for his wall. He is supposed to visit the southern border Thursday. I think if there's no resolution to this government shutdown by the weekend, then we may talk about it. But if that is the open question there, if he does that then what this may lead us into uncharted territory. No doubt and really kind of a deep dark tangled jungle of litigation and legislation that really could last for years. And. If he does do this does make this announcement with that then restart the government. I mean, that's because he will get his wall, I suppose so but then it that's a good question about that. Because it still would have to go through congress. Does this would I I mean with the Democrats? I don't know. I'm not sure how exactly that were. That's a great question. Right. Well, I'm led to believe that if he did do this Democrats would do something to stop it like you said, and and it would stop pretty quickly. So again, maybe this is just a sales pitch tonight to say, look, we need to do this for safety. Is he trying to get Republicans that might be wavering responding to pressure from their constituents to to to come back to his side. Yeah, he is just trying to build some type of following here in some type of support here for a border wall. Because that has been the big issue. He says that a number of federal employees who. May even be laid off at this point are supporting his efforts, he has provided no statistics to to support that. But an- Andy says the majority of Americans are in support of border security. So he is trying to basically gain support for this whole thing and to get people to call their congressmen and call your senators and say, hey, we have to get this done, and I want the border wall. So that's what tonight is all about. I it's interesting to see if the Democrats will be given equal time. I haven't seen any indication of that as of yet, but the requested it because they want to rebut the president. And they say it all comes down to the administration using faulty data for a lot of their claims. Well, I I don't know about that. But you know, I don't I don't I don't know that the president is is as is as fixated on a physical wall as he wants a political wall as well. A statement not only to Mexico, but to the world we will. Enforce our immigration laws. Yeah. And I think that's right. And I think that it is more of a political wall at this point physical wall at the border that any also wants to make a point that that hit the policies that he wants to promote are the ones because he is the president of the United States are the ones that should be given the most priority. So and of course, this is a long standing campaign promise as made. But if we go ahead here with the wall project, boy, this'll be a topic of discussion for some time to come. I agree and build Semper. Thanks for the update on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And we'll have to see what the president is going to do because we heard conversation right before I hit the air that that may not be part of the speech the declaration of a national emergency eight four thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. If you're a stripper where are you going to hide your gun, especially if you wanna make a terrorist attack with? We'll explore that in four minutes. Oklahoma's.
"bill zimper" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Senate Judiciary committee will vote as early or could vote as early as tomorrow on the cavenaugh supreme court nomination. Joined now by San Antonio. I news national correspondent Bill Zimper Bill. Let's start with possible obstacles not only might prevent a vote as early as tomorrow, but a confirmation at all Senator dick Durbin yesterday. Democrat Illinois all sides of story released two pages of emails from two thousand to that accuse Cavanaugh of misleading the judiciary committee back in two thousand six now, I'm not real good with math. I don't know if you know that or not. How do emails from two thousand two. Lead to misleading the judiciary committee four years after that. Well, here's what the situation is. And and first of all let me just start by saying your vote is scheduled for tomorrow, and the judiciary committee will there be a vote. No eight will be delayed for a week and Democrats will use that week to push forward. Charlie. The idea that Brad cabin may have committed perjury. And here's what it's all about back in two thousand and two when Cavanaugh was a member of the Bush administration, he allegedly received emails that were illegally obtained having to do with democratic strategy to oppose Bush judicial nominees in Senate hearings in two thousand four and two thousand six cabin denied receiving those emails or having knowledge of them. He did. So as well in the most recent hearings, he was involved in before the judiciary committee. So what? Now, dick Durbin has produced as apparently some evidence. That cavenaugh may have known about those emails and mayhem responded to those emails. So what they're saying. Now is he lied to committees in two thousand four and two thousand six and maybe in two thousand eighteen and the question is do we want someone on the nation's highest court who may have committed perjury in the past? Well, I have a bigger question. The emails were stamped committee confidential, which means they were not cleared for public release. Why were they publicly released? Well, that's that's been an ongoing dispute among the members of the judiciary committee. If you remember last week it was Cory Booker. Who said I'm some of these confidential memos and finally, then the committee said, well, you can't release them as confidential memos because we just cleared them. So this has been an ongoing dispute over some of these confidential documents now because the committee has labeled some of these confidential documents most recently as those that cannot be released. I we have a little bit of a maybe let's say a revolt going on among members of the committee as to whether documents should or can be released. So that's why we're getting those. Okay. Sorry to interrupt. Take off your national correspondent hat put on your Las Vegas, New Jersey bookmaker hat and gimme the odds that Cavanaugh is confirmed by Monday October. I think we've got a seventy thirty shot. He will be confirmed. It will go through committee next week without a problem eleven to ten party vote, then onto the full Senate where things could get a little bit Harry. You got some senators like Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, dean Heller who may vote. No. But then you got people like Heidi Heitkamp, Joe Manchin Doug Jones of Alabama who may boat. Yes. From the democratic side. So I think we will come out with a slim victory. I'm saying seventy thirty. All right. Sounds good to me national correspondent Bill Zimper latest on hurricane Florence.
Settlement reached in Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit
"Governor christie always said he'd like to do it they're probably thirty or forty people in this room that might take a bet today if i let them at park operator dennis strays and at a press conference yesterday at the william hill sports bar the ocean port racetrack he said he expects betting to start that soon governor phil murphy said in a statement he's looking forward to working with the legislature to an act a law authorizing and regulating sports betting in the very near future i'm sue guzman on seven ten w o r lawsuit between three memorabilia collectors in the new york giants and eli manning is over there is a settlement in the case ally manning fans we may never know the real truth behind that ugly sports memorabilia mass three collectors accused the giants quarterback of tossing fake game worn equipment to three collectors to sell the fans did he or didn't he the collectors filed a lawsuit against manning the giants steiner sports in two equipment managers who were supposed to give up real sweaty game worn jerseys and helmets for sale us settlement has been reached a day before equipment gate was set to go to trial and to quote should not be viewed as supporting any allegations claims or defenses alice stockton rossini seven ten wwl white house spokesman ron shaw hamas is to blame for yesterday's deadly violence in gaza during a briefing he said israel has a right to defend itself dozens of palestinians have been killed in clashes with really security forces the violence breaking out after the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem this is a propaganda attempt i mean this is a gruesome unfortunate propaganda attempt i think the israeli government has spent weeks trying to handle this without violence joining us now live to talk more about it nbc radio national correspondent bills zimper i guess the violence was pretty much expected right bill yes it was they were expecting protests along the border between gaza and israel about but the number of protesters was just incredible they say as many as forty thousand protesters along that fence line that fortified fence and it wasn't long before gunfire erupted there the death toll we're told is now at sixty with over two thousand others suffering injuries as a result as for hamas involvement there's no doubt that they were involved to to some point in these protests although many many protesters were there in among those killed were.
"bill zimper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Be an increase in dangerous behaviors such as speeding failure to yield to all pedestrians and also unsafe terms officers will be cracking down on those behaviors scott pringle new york police in london are facing a new kind of crimewave correspondent bill zimper has four one one on that police are calling it moped enabled crime where thieves approach people on a moped or scooter and steal bags or phones of unsuspecting pedestrians over the last five years such crimes have increased thirty fold with more than twenty thousand incidents last year in london police are coming up with plans to battle the onslaught like training more officers on pursuing the scooter thieves using remote controlled spikes to puncture tyres of suspects and educating the public wbz news time now five forty rapper chi mania johnson is arrested out of connecticut airport after a state police say she refused to take off a head cover that set off a checkpoint alarm officials say the california hip hop artist then went on a profanity laced tirade against security officers and was arrested after she refused to leave the airport and continued to be combative johnson hit the scene in two thousand fifteen with her debut single how does it feel and appeared in a sprite commercial this year with basketball star lebron james she posted bail after being charged with breach of peace and interfering with police wbz news time five forty one and time for sports let's check in with charlie berge ron from the ticket dot.
"bill zimper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The futures this morning fairly flat a mixed bag the s p 500 is down one point the nasdaq is down a point and a half and the dow is up three at this hour bbc news time five thirty nine president trump signs of the action his controversial plan to increase tariffs on steel and aluminum imports we spoke earlier this morning to correspondent bill zimper about what happens next well he's he's backing away on a lot of possibilities here are the announcement did come yesterday of a some question whether other policy would be ready to go and would be ready to sign by then but the announcement was made yesterday afternoon with exemptions for mexico and canada pending a nafta agreement now immediately canada said yeah the exemptions good but we're going to continue to push to have the tariffs dropped altogether mexico says the tariffs cannot be linked to nafta more than 100 congressional republicans have spoken out against the tariffs senator orrin hatch says he hopes congress can block the move altogether since the 2007 recession some big questions remain like where have jobs been the slowest in coming back at what positions are being filled dave barrett as story seven states had fewer jobs last year compared to what they had in the two thousand seven recession alabama west virginia in mississippi are the three states head of seen the most jobs lost in the least that have come back and says career builders michael irwin manufacturing production lowerskilled jobs were impacted by the lonestar state had a net job increase of nearly one point seven million over a decade texas continues to to be driven by technology and then the oil and gas in the west california suffered probably the biggest loss of jobs so you are actually seeing those jobs come back home healthy aides physical therapist sent web developers all showed some of the highest job growth dave barrett cbs news president obama could soon be coming to nikolic's flicks reports say both the former president and his wife michelle could soon be involved in a series of shows for netflixing about uplifting american stories either is moderators or in a production partnership role a senior advisor to the obama said yesterday it's very much in the works but the obamas have always believed in the power of storytelling to inspire bc news time 541 time for us heads of.
"bill zimper" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The retrial of bill cosby's attorneys were cosby tried to have the sexual assault case dismissed the judge rejected that motion and joining us now to talk more about the case nbc radio national correspondent bills them for a bell the morning on what grounds to cosby's attorney trying to get this thing dismissed well a yesterday joe was filled with back and forth between between the legal teams really uh and cosby's new legal team which is headed up by former michael jackson attorney tom measure row uh really had two issues they put before the judge they say that they wanted it thrown out because the incident according to phone records they say they have happened before the end of two thousand three which would put it outside the statute of limitations meeting that he could not be prosecuted for that uh that was number one that was dismissed any said though that should be considered at trial so it's something that they will bring up during the trial they also uh asked to dismiss because the prosecutors they say failed to investigate claims by another witness uh who could have damaging testimony against bill cosby also that if the defence are the prosecution rather wanted the defence team thrown all off the case joe because they say they failed to reveal that they interviewed a woman who had cast doubt on andrea constand story she is the person who is making these allegations against bill cosby that's what this trials all about and they called this that new defence team at best incompetent and otherwise on ethical solana legal back and forth yesterday still to be determined joe is weather as many as nineteen other women will be allowed to testify at this trial which will begin in early april or a very good nbc radio national correspondent bill zimper on that story forest it's five forty one minutes ahead of six o'clock of course the brand new blend berman and michael riedal in the morning show coming up at six for you right now you're traffic were burning fighter fillets.
"bill zimper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"North and south korean athletes answered two huge roar last night the athletes sense said goodbye to each other marking the end of the games in pyongyang chang the ioc president telling the crowd you have shown how sport brings people together in are very fragile world we spoke early this morning with correspondent bill zimper and he said it could be an interesting week post olympic sack of the real world and that means dealing with north korea and there was somewhat of a breakthrough near the end of the game and north korean officials met with south korea's delegation before the closing ceremonies and north korea passed along that they would be interested in talking to the united states uh so what happens now is up to the two sides with it seemed south korea as an intermediary the united states has continued to say all along that they will not hold any talks with north korea unless uh they are willing to give up their nuclear and missile program that has been a nonstarter for north korea to this point south korea has gone so far as to say that the united states may have to lower their threshold for preconditions a bit uh we're waiting for further developments on this but certainly uh may be a little uh peak of sunshine in this situation but north korea has been sending out mixed messages while they told south korea they might be willing to talk on friday their state run newspaper released in editorial saying that their nuclear programme was in place and they are prepared for a nuclear strike on the united states if need be of course the us also released some new sanctions against north korea they are calling that an act of war so mixed signals from north korea but we do have that little ray of hope you'll zimper reporting about the goingson on to the olympics chang abc news time six forty one time for us to head to the ticket com sports studio and say good morning once again adam kaufman warning sir good morning how are you i well thank you when you can't complain good very good huge trade for the bruins yesterday they acquired forward rick nash from the rangers in exchange for two thousand eighteen first round pick ryan spooner matt bolewski defensive prospect ryan lindgren and a two thousand nineteen seventh rounder nash said to be.
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"At two or three i'm jay phillips komo news hello everybody hey we're going to start your day off mostly cloudy skies there'll be some rain at times today might be a little bit breezy as well so yeah lot's going on here and we're a casting our eyes to the mountains where we see some snow falling and there's a winter weather advisory up their keep that might have for travelling lots of snow throughout the weekend in the mountains and we might even see some snow in the lowlands by the time we get to sunday we'll keep you posted on that have yourself a good day in the komo weather center i'm steve pool great britain is now calling out russia over a cyberattack british officials say it was russia that was behind last year's cyber attack that disrupted companies across europe and the uk the socalled not pet yet attack started in the ukraine crippling government and business computer networks before it spread around the world british officials say the attack was traced to the russian military russia vehemently denies the accusation saying london has become part of the russell phobia campaign waged by western countries that's correspondent bill zimper reporting ucla is republican club is calling off a speech by a conservative rabble rouser ruin republicans cancelled last night a speech planned for this month by milo yannopoulos a facebook post says the speech polarise the leadership of the group the speech was titled ten things i hate about mix go and the group says the cancellation has nothing to do with any public backlash on his facebook page your novelist criticized california college campuses see said the state's republican students seem hopelessly lost in week as correspondent randy fuller reporting.
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"Trials on adult subjects just before leaving washington for the holidays senate majority leader mitch mcconnell praise the trump administration for advancing the republican agenda over the last year mcconnell saying it's been a year of 'extraordinary accomplishment pointing to neil gorsuch being named to the supreme court for supreme court of of fifty years old extraordinarily well qualified shells holes i'll be there for a very long time off mcconnell also praise the confirmation of 12 federal judges at the appellate level most in a first year of a presidential nominee administration since the 1800s un vote to condemn the united states recognition of jerusalem as the capital of israel has touched off a new round of protests correspondent bill zimper has the latest palestinian protests flared up in jerusalem the west bank and the gaza strip friday a 24yearold palestinian was reported killed by israeli troops in the gaza strip with ten others wounded smoke was seen billowing in the holy city of bethlehem as tyres were set on fire and crowds had to be disbursed with rubber bullets in east jerusalem the latest protests came after the un general assembly overwhelmingly voted to condemn the us recognition of jerusalem on with palestinian president abbas calling the us decision an insult to millions of people worldwide bill zimper nbc news radio there's only one oprah winfrey and she took her social to or social media can't thursday to remind her millions of followers of that of the fraud oprah winfrey taking to twitter and instagram after online oprah impersonators advertised free cash since christmas is less than ten days away i'm giving away five thousand dollars each.
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"Abc news radio i'm bill zimper oj simpson has been granted parole and about a parole board approved release as early as october i simpson at his hearing said he can handle any of the restrictions of burrowing not a guy who live the pro life malvo's drug abuse bezos earned by i i i have no problem heard whatsoever in living with those conditions court observer at attorney royal oak said no one was surprised by the outcome outcome really wasn't a shock all the packers came to light up and in favour model prisoner his age no prior convictions but he didn't do himself any favours he was actually combative and pity dead aboard typically like to hear control shen and acceptance of responsibility he didn't really give them that simpson did serve almost nine years on a robbery conviction special counsel robert muller is reportedly looking the donald trump's business transactions dance despite a warning from the president trump told the new york times muller is crossing align if he goes outside the scope of the investigation of russian meddling ng in the presidential election bloomberg says muller's team is investigating a soho manhattan development involving russian associates the sale of a florida mansion do a russian oligarchy and some purchases from russian buyers at trump properties police once again we're at a pennsylvania farm where the remains of four men were earlier recovered the the bucks county pennsylvania district attorney's office said law enforcement wanted to conduct an extensive walk through of their property owned by suspect cosmo denardo family philadelphia police also confirmed they took part in that search americans jordan spieth brooks kepco and matt kuchar were sharing the lead after the opening round of the one hundred fortysix british open championship at royal birkdale the trio ended the first round at five under par paul casey and charles schwarz all are tied for fourth place at four par ian poulter and five others share sixth at minusthree you're listening to the latest from nbc news ra have rationed river gigs drive northbound vietnam veterans bogor there has left wing glock still have written gore sixty crock south rally with would and then no one to dress wearing still on goal forty it's eastbound you're sick crime than 20fold westbound across your growth in montgomery county ramp stroke lock theor am hollywood entered syndrome he's ready of his he said.
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"Nbc news radio i'm bill zimper white house spokesman sean spicer said earlier today that the republican healthcare bill was on track in the senate we feel very confident about where we are now we look forward to uh getting that bill on the president's desk in getting inside but now it may have derailed republican senators jerry moran of kansas and mike lee of utah say they will not vote for the bill to proceed that puts the tally of no votes on the republican side at four with fifty two members in the senate republicans could only afford to have three senators opposed the bill susan collins of maine and kentucky's rand paul previously said they would not support president trump is highlighting americanmade products he kicked off made in america week at the white house today where he got to see a number of usmade goods by president mike pence said this is a no brainer for this president since the very first day this administration we've taken decisive action to promote and protect what he calls those three beautiful words made in america eric president trump has vowed to make moves to level the playing field for american businesses in the global economy he said on fair trade deals have hurt the american economy for far too long the state department is now permitting close relatives and grandparents of people from the countries under trump's travel ban to get visas to come to the us s grandchildren uncles aunts and some inlaws are also included in the new guidelines these family members were not included at first the recent list was made after the us supreme court reinstated part to the ban but decided that those with close family relationships to people currently residing in the us would be able to apply for visas today is disneyland 60second birthday it was sixty two years ago today when disney land open its doors for the first time about twenty eight thousand people attended the opening overseen by walt disney himself instruction on walt's theme park took over a year and cost seventeen million dollars you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio as an individual investor you may have thought sophisticated investment management was only for the wealthy not anymore zacks advantages the.