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Ohio Program Grants $155 Million to Small Businesses Hurt by COVID-19

Eddie and Rocky

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Ohio Program Grants $155 Million to Small Businesses Hurt by COVID-19

"Help to small and medium sized businesses still suffering because of the pandemic states, putting $155 million into a fund that will provide grants and four different areas. Those are lodging, entertainment, food and beverage and small businesses that opened in 2020. All four programs were being administered through the Ohio Development Services Agency. New business could receive up to $100,000 from the state. Under the program applied at business help dot Ohio dot gov and Brian Combs NEWS

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now 700 wlw chicken with Brian Combs in the newsroom here working on 6 30 More orange barrels. Seems like you just can't get away from him right now. Especially if you're coming in on the sixth Street Viaduct As you approached downtown, we have the painting project on the bridge. So If you're going south on 75 year running into orange barrels there now underneath the viaduct, they're going to be doing work starting next Monday on Freeman Avenue. The daily lane closures will be in effect during the day. Frame. It'll be blocked 9 to 4 each day and then again at night. Additional ramp in lane restrictions, I say could have to be used during this construction project as well, though the schedule hasn't been determined yet, for that they're doing a maintenance preservation project on the bridge itself, so they have to do bridge joint repairs. To Ah, the the ramp on Freeman above us, 50. And that's the reason you start to see these new barrels pop up in a new location. Wow. Coming up Our news in 15 minutes, we'll talk more about the masks coming off it more stores in the tri state effective today, Kroger says you can come in without a mask. If you've been vaccinated those details. 15 minutes away News Radio seven w Think Brian 6 17 Just see this story. Triple A encouraging your plan your summer vacation now or you should have already done it. They say spontaneous trips might not be the way to go this year as travelers are urged.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"On Brian Combs breaking now the news and Cincinnati was having an outdoor freshman area at the banks. Didn't come soon enough for one of the restaurants there that says today it has shuttered its doors for good spies and points going out of business. The owners thanking people are supporting the restaurants. That gift certificates will be honored its location, and Kim would and that Liberty Center pies and pints, the latest in a long list of restaurants that couldn't make it their sandwich between Great American ballpark. Paul Brown Stadium. Johnny Rockets, Toby Keith's mahogany is crave, among others, the city's promising to try and help the struggling bars and restaurants now by declaring the banks and outdoor refreshment area one where people could walk the streets carrying a beer. The restaurant owners had asked the designation from the city Five years ago, State law was changed for it. But it never materialized. Counsel that in December said that it will consider it because of the effects the pandemic is having on those businesses and will take up the issue early this year, now latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health traffic generated. You see healthcare, clinical research and scientific discoveries allow us used treatments for epilepsy. Patients learn more and you see health dot com slash epilepsy. Well, you're highways during great think this afternoon. You know the latest or accidents. They're just a broken down with them. 25 before Turkey Foot, it's off to the right shoulder. There's an accident on board all between and roads and Budino Avenue. I'm Rob Williams News Radio's have 100 WLW. Now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Awesome quick snow showers moving through the tri state this morning, it looks like there could be a little more accumulating snow overnight. Tonight as much as an inch in some spots of the tri state is temperatures dipped to a low of 28 Cloudy day tomorrow with a high of 37. It's 31 degrees right now taking to the streets of.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Actually some snow on the roads this early Christmas Day. But no major delays or accidents on Tri State freeways. Volume of traffic remains Lou, now the latest forecast from the advanced industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear, Dennis don kam well, the holidays are bringing the nicest of weather conditions to the tri state after some terrible weather yesterday were in line for less precipitation but colder temperatures. Despite the thermometer reaching 20 by the afternoon windshields will settle into the single digits. But there is hope much warmer conditions moving to the tri state over the weekend and highs will top out in the thirties and forties from a severe weather station on mine. First winning meteorologist Austin Winfield News radio 700 wlw Right now, 17 degrees. Let's try this again. See TV, They get a couple of takes. We're going to try Take Too, with seven hundred's Brian Combs. Nope, It's not there. Let's try this button seven hundred's Jack Crumley. The state Senate will be back in lame duck session Monday morning. The House on Tuesday among the items still on the docket, trying to override the governor's veto of a bill limiting quarantine orders and also a measure to block the new fee from being added to utility bills next month as part of last year's House Bill, six That's the centerpiece of a multi count federal indictment that led to the former State House speaker losing his leadership position. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 WLW. Let's sit down Wall Street check in with a B C's Chuck Sivertsen,.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian Combs, breaking down choice we make this November is going to decide the future of America. For a very, very long time. Take a set now for the Democrats race for the White House. Joe Biden introducing Kamala Harris is his running mate, Don't have to accept the failed government. Of Donald Trump in Mike Pence. In just 83 days. We have a chance to choose a better future. For our country. Wasn't that long ago. Harrison Biden were fierce competitors battling it out for the party's nomination for president. New ABC News poll this morning shows more people approve of her choice for vice president. Then disapproval, says Senator Harris's overall favorability rating is 35% slightly fewer 31%. You were unfavorably. Democrats by themselves give her a 71% favorable thumbs up. On the Republican side, the president showing nearly 60% view him unfavorably. Joe Biden's unfavorable numbers 20 points lower. Now. Latest traffic weather together probably used to help traffic center. You see how new mobile stroke unit bring stroke care to your door? When seconds can mean the difference? Learn more. You see how dotcom's last mobile stroke both North and South bound. 75 continue to run slow, thanks to the construction barrels through northern Kentucky and the cut on the hill getting reports of an accident on South Bound 75 just below the Reagan highway. So far, I'm seeing no slow traffic out of Lachlan. There's also an accident on old Taylor Mill near Prague. Parkway Chucking from NewsRadio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by Ashley Home Still celebrate Friends and Family weekend. Ashley Home Store up to 50% off storewide free doorstep delivery on your qualifying purchase. Visit Ashley Home store today. This.

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University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

Eddie and Rocky

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

University Of Cincinnati Trustees Vote To Take Name Off Ballpark

"The university of Cincinnati has voted to remove Margit shots name but the baseball stadium the name of the former owner of the red just coming out immediately from the baseball stadium at the university of Cincinnati board of trustees approving the recommendation made by school president Neville Pinto name or symbol presents a significant detrimental effect on the university we must act in concert to protect and promote our mission and core values Joe says it's crystal clear to him the continued use of Marge Schott's names untenable he has a record of racism and bigotry as at stark odds with the school's commitment to equity inclusion I'm Brian combs newsradio seven

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Careers dot com five fifteen we got Brian combs in here in the newsroom good morning good morning and you're looking for cures and maybe not a cure but a treatment that will definitely help people recover from covert nineteen now we've talked about these in the past they have the trial that they've been doing with the blood plasma treatment yeah rice hospital and there's a success story being discussed today and inquire has the story of Ted Richardson who they say I'll walk into Christ hospital with his health rapidly deteriorating from covered nineteen on the very same day that the government gave approval for the clinical trial to start where patients could be treated with the blood plasma from someone who had had covered nineteen and recovered and they say seven days later Richardson who's from Evanston was discharged from the hospital and headed home well doctor dean Kerry Akhras's in charge of the study at Christ hospital and he says that the turnaround was remarkable that they feel like a gated shows great promise for taking care of patients who were very seriously ill four days was all it took being treated with plasma for Richardson to fully recover and they had to be released and sent back home the other drug that's shown some promises of room Dennis fear and we've talked about that a few times yesterday state of Ohio got a shipment of that enough they say to treat a hundred people who were seriously ill in the state that's another drug that has shown good promised in is being tested right now terms of a vaccine everybody says we're still pretty far off from that but these couple of treatments show that people who do become seriously ill and now have some hope for recovering getting back to a what would be a normal life that's good news coming apart is five thirty we'll talk about battle in Wisconsin over showing that state down the Supreme Court there now struck down the governor stay home workers are raising some to wonder if she similar challenges could be coming here in the tri state will have more fifteen minutes there's radio seven double doubles do it's five seventeen long as run the good news here but away from coded a kid caught a really big fish how about a good fish story this is in Tennessee nine year old nine year old Kuwait price from Bethpage we are both pages I'm trying to get up to assisting in two sisters who got some big fish so the nine year old boy ways he weighs fifty five pounds he caught an eighty pound sturgeon eighty eighty I said Spencer creek is where it is by far outweighing any fishes sisters had landed the sister Kate one is eleven she caught a forty pound striper recently and his other sister Farah is eight younger than him got a fifty eight pound blue catfish awhile back I think that's pretty good at teaching these kids out of fish of yes may dad said Corbin Sam and I don't have anything on my sisters I gotta catch a big fish so not only did he catch a bigger fish but sturgeon are rare which is another cool part of the whole thing quacks who's targeting catfish using a skipjack herring as bait and twenty five feet of water take notes out there anglers after hooking a monster fish in the main river channel took like fifteen minutes to get into the boat I released the fish after weighing it seventy nine point eight pounds and according to the Tennessee wildlife resource agency surgeon a potentially one of the largest and longest living fish in Tennessee they said they could be three up to three hundred pounds and live a hundred and fifty years while the become scarce over the years in the state average of another way to bring back brought that one back and he released a good boy so he went in you peak that early this guy's gonna be fifty seven Sunday and still trying to beat the record when he was nine years old but good luck and congratulations it's five nineteen and we'll get to Dave Armbruster in here he was taken in sports other living dead we can pretend we gonna pretend that things happen in sports in just a couple of the weather's for real get to that Jay Ratliff to stand by seven hundred WLW Thursday morning.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The health and safety of each other right now we are more connected than ever even if we have to be physically apart Kentucky is seeing a surge in cases already this year says it's more important than ever for people to stay home we cannot have hundreds of people coming together in local which the mayor talked about happening last night if under the people come together several people are going to die because of it that is what we are facing governor says it doesn't mean you have to stay inside but if you do go out to exercise again air says don't spend time socializing as well I'm Brian combs newsradio seven double doubles in Louisville tonight city councilwoman Paula McCraney has tested positive for corona virus and it's been in a self quarantine number of cases in Ohio keeps rising as well now above fourteen hundred with twenty five people dead in the governor Mike DeWine telling us not together in groups and forget about going to church as of you who are still doing services we would ask you not to do that again we're not going to tell you not to do it but it really is not a wise thing for the first time Cincinnati and Columbus police are reporting an officer wound down with a case of the virus latest from the state of Indiana where there are nearly three hundred additional people diagnosed with a corona virus now a total of more than twelve hundred people in Indiana who are infected thirty one Hoosiers have died for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information our next update coming up at nine thirty I met Reese newsradio seven hundred W..

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Coronavirus: Ohio Department of Health orders restaurants, bars to close

Mike McConnell

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Ohio Department of Health orders restaurants, bars to close

"More extreme measures to slow the spread of coronavirus with the six o'clock report Brian combs breaking now this is the real thing this is not a drill this is a once in a lifetime pandemic and everything each of us does matters Dr radioactive director of the Ohio department of health uses over a hundred thousand people in the state have been infected with corona virus and he says the only way to slow it down you still avoid being around people that's why the state took the extreme measure of closing down bars and restaurants yesterday now the centers for disease control's recommending there be no gatherings of more than fifty people anywhere in the U. S. for the next eight weeks very very crucial time delay means more people will die literally every day we delay the data clearly shows that more more people will die

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"O'clock reporter Brian combs breaking now captain Amanda Kate has a date today before judging Klamath Kelly charges that she operated a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol the Cincinnati police captain stopped in Loveland early Sunday morning to face arraignment today or attorney says Kate will plead not guilty he says the officer who stopped her and no reason to pull over in the first place the police reports as she crossed the center line one level in Miami the road but her attorney says the cruiser camera never shows that he has to have some reasonable articulable suspicion that he via date she violated a Ohio traffic law now he cited her with traveling upon a roadway left of center he wrote left of center I'm watching a video numerous times she never traveled left of center Steve Adams on the bill Cunningham show on newsradio seven W. well W. says that police officers in Lublin typically troll for people they can pick up for suspected do you why you can hear the entire interview at the podcast page seven hundred W. O. W. dot com captain kittens had a police powers suspended well this case works its way through the courts now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center you see health proudly offering the region's only heart transplant program learn more you see health dot com slash heart problems for the second day in a row north bound for seventy one there is an accident just after you come up to two seventy five traffic now getting heavier before south gate and backing on to the circle freeway northbound seventy five building a bit between tiles and downtown Kellogg's blocked off.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Floor wow it's nature so well five forty five Brian combs to my memory of the bangles forty Niners game of this past season which one all this is this past season thank is lost yes forty one seventeen with a finalement forty one seventeen the work people saying at the time that they thought they hung with him pretty well for a while I think they did the rest of it was blow a blow out later on later in the game and like well on the road and you know to come one of the top teams in football and we got a feel good coming home next week for the Seahawks they played tight it out they were the hogs and they had the the Niners and you wrote that one off if you do the forty Niners were really good right but the take a look here Joe maxim eleven yards on seventeen carries that we had one of his bad days they struggled early on running the ball his band no doubt but anyway we look at Miami University had these was to students yeah two students had just come back from China who they isolated last week fearing that it could be corona virus test results are back they confirmed yesterday that the students do not have the virus that has swept China last thing I saw this morning with some seventeen thousand cases across Asia mainly there's concern now because it is spread into some other countries of the Philippines reporting is first death from corona virus and markets in Hong Kong took a big hit overnight looks like wall street's going to bounce back a little bit bottom line is at least for now in the tri state we have no confirmed cases of corona virus and just a couple of dozen across the US okay coming up our new six o'clock we'll talk super ball and how well you see grabbed his made history for the Bearcats that's in fifteen minutes on newsradio seven double doubles hi five forty seven and the police have used DNA for sometime now for the major crimes murder being the most obvious on but I guess it's it's it's getting so convenient of it can be used for a lot of lesser crimes as well see Petersburg Florida gov get to the scene of a shooting back in November suspects Randy would learn a waiting car which took off from the scene one of the suspects running away so fast that some of his clothes came off officers found a pair of Jean shorts a sandal and a sock no get a belt Jean shorts a sandal a sock I three months after the shooting police made arrests in the case the evidence was the sock DNA pulled from the sock matched in Octavia's Henderson age nineteen of Saint Petersburg booked into the jail Thursday incident occurred three thirty in November fifth man arrived home walking up the driveway and I guess he was robbed there and somebody in the camera shot him the older the new Toyota Camry left the scene at a high rate of speed but the one guy who's close fell off I was popped the Mister Henderson is a gang member they said also facing charges sale and possession of cocaine or marijuana which barely had on at the time so is busted for that as well so in this case the guy did not die that's the good news but DNA office sock pretty handy the five forty nine and a Tom rivers is in London and I don't believe it's brexit related today in fact it's corona virus and where things stand spreading around the globe in may not not massive numbers of people but again the problem here is that the two week long incubation period you don't know who around you baby infected and spreading it so get Tom about five minutes seven hundred W..

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A Monday morning and Brian combs works his way in the sea was so shaken right now in the news room how in the world are you I'm doing well regulations being offered to UC zone Travis Kelsey bear cat became the first you see alarm to us were touched them in the Super Bowl well one of the heroes is the chiefs came back last night and to beat the San Francisco forty Niners thirty one twenty in the Superbowl game Kelsey getting a number of congratulations on Twitter from UC alarms in from the university itself he now continued all week speak finally of his days at the university of Cincinnati and said that grew up a lot living in Cincinnati in these fortunate to have been there and met the people that he met and learn and play football the way they've done he does calcium the the chiefs offense battered San Francisco forty Niners in the last seven minutes or so score couple touchdowns to seal the victory yep the staff for I did not do it wasn't too hard this time your first day on this Saturday night I was little I mean halftime show certainly entertaining than that Kate my kept my interest yeah the other man do you understand all the lyrics I don't understand all the lyrics yeah maybe a little old we were I mean I I just had this but it was tweeted up best halftime show ever said Jeb bush really yeah hi the beats the who can say everyone the who come out of our news at five thirty so a couple of schools in the tricycles today because of flu and we did get the the word Hey in the middle of the Superbowl last night that those suspected cases of coronavirus of Miami are not the corona virus so the tristate is still free of that disease is sweeping China good deal coming up at five thirty those details on news radio sort of W. W. five seventeen at seven hundred W. O. W. what is a okay I'll get around about a minute here my friends at UC Berkeley are saying if you don't like the idea of a good shaking hands with everybody getting off a plane from China that yours Xena phobic which means you have a fear of foreigners not far as with potentially deadly disease just foreigners it was a California Berkeley the health center there is facing backlash after posting on its Instagram account the posting prompted social media users to accuse it of normalizing xenophobia a B. well cal is an account run by the Tang center campus medical service shared a since deleted graphic about managing fears anxiety around corona virus it was the dean of phobia among the common reactions to the outbreak please recognize experiencing any of these can be normal reactions I guess the idea that they suggested that being cautious around people getting off a plane from China is normal was the cause of the backlash I was shared over the weekend removed see it already have prompted backlash from social media users who pulled up the school was perpetuating misdirected fears Christina Leese an Instagram user who spoke about the issue at email the health center Thursday explaining our concerns NBC news view the response the organizations of the apologize corrected the captions and the messaging around this another communications on campus re worded they should have said it was a normal reaction so at least at Berkeley you are now considered abnormal if you don't embrace those who could well be be carrying the corona virus good you know it's it's one of those it's your ideologies is going to come back to bite you in the end although people will argue that it was importation of the not one of them is going to make it a point to embrace somebody who's just getting off a plane from China it's not going to happen it doesn't matter of their Chinese or otherwise I five nineteen will do a weather and sports combo just ahead stand by seven hundred W. L. W..

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian combs a friend dusty road the same we have too much tax exempt property and have only county and it's a big number yeah he says it more than a quarter of all of the property in Hamilton County a total of about nineteen billion dollars worth is considered to be tax exempt either owned by a government entity the they're owned by a non profit or owned by the company war person who received tax exemption for the development that they put up in the the city Hampton county as story in the Enquirer today asking who's going to pay for the services that those tax exempt organizations receive the still have to get the fire and police service there and other county service is that are provided but they aren't paying the property taxes and necessary to support that you give me an idea of how much this is grown roads numbers show that about four billion dollars worth of property in nineteen ninety one was tax exempt and that number now in twenty twenty is gone the nineteen billion dollars Roach telling the Enquirer that when one group doesn't pay others have to he says there are a lot of people in town who are not paying their fair share of Cincinnati schools in the city of been locked in a dispute related to this or how much of the city allows developers to abate the the value of the property teachers union have put out a tweet today saying quote that the quote orgy of tax breaks for wealthy developers campaign donors and McMansion owners has shifted the burden of paying for services to working families putting a strain on the average people in Hammond coming up what percentage of these are are a bait and sewer ventrally it expires in you start paying your taxes eight and a half million is are a net billion out of that nineteen billion it would be like tax abated thing so it means among cases it might outlive right of the life of the company or something like that of the property you you're talking about twenty thirty years and some of these cases but yeah so eight and a half billion dollars in residential commercial property abatements are part of that total and then you have you know that a lot of it is the the stadiums and things like that but they're purposely like the the fifty Cincinnati's will be owned by the Port Authority so that they get out of paying property taxes on the side because the.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian combs is here and what is a good news was have you wished Fiona Happy Birthday yeah I forgot I plum forgot the twenty nine pound hippo born three years ago today and the nurse through the the first several months with twenty four hour care turns three well it's great she's over twelve hundred pounds that's great you will love this part of the story we have a guy or girl some assignment editor for maybe see news who calls every morning yes what's going on in your town right shoulder the things that were happening today than joked on our world famous hippos three yeah and the the assignment at our had never heard of field we're getting somewhere about that now he knew who the rendez was when I asked that that right away but at least in some places in the world like ABC news in New York they don't know who feel this that's good news celebrate her birthday I'll get you one of our new teacher at the grade of raising money for Australia all of that coming up our new seven thirty we'll have more on the the impeachment case tell ya how rude resented as a feeling after sixteen hours of testimony fifteen ministers radio seven W. O. W. I can't drivers among the White House press how many people know who the owner is well I do because I hear you guys talking about Fiona so I'm very in the loop on that that's the only way you heard about the ana's through pretty sure Good Morning America has done to your hair and the other I would get better sound perfect for that now all right let's take a look here at the at the Prez they because people are hoping that the president could lay off Twitter during the course of this trial that wasn't going to happen but he's been sort of the above and beyond active yeah it really has a mean Wednesday setting a record of more than a hundred and forty tweets retweets he continued it again on Thursday early morning picking up where he left off and he's been very active this morning to a but interestingly he didn't talk to reporters yesterday at the White House when he was leaving to head down to Florida and his remarks in Florida were close press because that was an RNC winter meeting so he's been less chatty since he's gotten back home from Switzerland but certainly has been expressing himself on Twitter and paying attention to this trial so he has he sees the whole thing as a as a farce with other adjectives he's used in here but it's the same ones he's used all along yeah his his he's been very consistent since September and from what I've seen in a way that the Democrats are laying out their case which is a good case from what they have to work with but also gets kind of re done that over time and that's what you're hearing from some Republican senators to that you know yes we know there's twenty four hours late this out and that was the rule everybody voted on earlier this week but they feel that there's just been a lot of repetition in the argument the one thing we've seen that Democrats trying way out is that this was an abuse of power by the president and of course it's one of the impeachment articles and the push back from the defense team is that it's not a crime and therefore it's not impeachable and the Democrats have been trying to dismantle that argument by even showing some of the president's own defenders previously saying well it doesn't have to be a crime in order for it to be impeachable about the president's lawyers have been pretty consistent previewing what they'll start tomorrow or Monday that does nothing the president has done warrants his removal from office let me you can claim players on both sides here whether it's Schumer and things he said regarding the Clinton impeachment which another older water today and Lindsey Graham saying things during the Clinton impeachment at all water today it's like they just switched uniform day in Washington long enough eventually take every position I just the change uniforms that's about it yeah all right have a good weekend have a great legs you bet that's seven nineteen seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio lab.

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Pope's Amazon synod proposes married priests, female leaders

Marc Amazon

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Pope's Amazon synod proposes married priests, female leaders

"They say that the change of the Catholic Church now with the eight o'clock reporter Brian combs breaking now pressuring the pope will out priests to marry and to move more women into leadership roles church leaders from across South America say is critical to the future the Catholic Church in that region awfully bishops from the Amazon urge the Vatican to ordain married men to address the shortage of priests in the region the majority of bishops from nine Amazonian countries also called for the Vatican to reopen the debate on ordaining women as deacons they say it's urgent for the church in the Amazon to promote and confirm ministries for men and women in an equitable way the bishops made the proposals in the final document for three weeks ended on the Amazon Meghan Williams ABC news

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Elijah Cummings, esteemed longtime Baltimore congressman, has died at 68

Scott Sloan

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Elijah Cummings, esteemed longtime Baltimore congressman, has died at 68

"Baltimore congressman known for his run ins with the president has passed away with a nine o'clock reporter Brian combs breaking down president trump to come to my district I want him to god I wanted to come if you did with the president after president trump call Baltimore rat infested said it was no place a human being would want to live democratic congressman Elijah Cummings of Maryland passed away overnight you've been very active despite ongoing health issues with one of the lawmakers leading the impeachment inquiry in the house serving as the chairman of the house oversight and reform committee a key force investigating the trump administration the one meeting I had with president trump I said to him the greatest death that you and I Mister president can give to our children is making sure that we give them a democracy that is intact coming to the president clashed repeatedly including this summer when president trump tweeted Baltimore was rat and routed infested Cummings defending his city and calling out language he called racist being used by national

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Stocks whipsaw amid recession fears, China's threat

Scott Sloan

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Stocks whipsaw amid recession fears, China's threat

"All prices recover today on Wall Street with the nine o'clock reporter Brian combs breaking now what happens when the opening bell sounds in thirty minutes to douse coming off an eight hundred point drop over renewed recession fears this morning Wall Street reeling after the worst day for stocks this year with fears of a possible recession looming the Dow plunging eight hundred points down more than three percent Wednesday investors rattled by the escalating trade war with China negotiations at a standstill and fears of a global slowing

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Newsradio 700 WLW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A quarter hour he is Brian combs hello good morning it's hollowed ground in the tri state for many spot where the Cincinnati Royals played mighty ducks save your basketball was there for a while as our Charles fought inside the Cincinnati gardens in groups from the Beatles the rolling stones to Madonna yeah all played there and today that building which is gone now the ground on see more Avenue where the sincerity garden stood will become the new hottest development a bond hill and they break ground this afternoon for a new advanced manufacturing site that they hope will be home to a number of different companies and provide a lot of new jobs for those the bond hill in the Cincinnati area the projects part of the effort to reinvigorate the neighborhood Port Authority actually purchased in the gardens of from the Robinson family back in twenty sixteen the historic arena that goes back to nineteen forty nine was torn down the site was leveled cleared now we have the next phase of a seventy thousand square foot in advance manufacturing buildings going to be built in the break ground one o'clock miniature version of the maple leaf gardens in in Toronto and I bill medley on the show the only surviving righteous brother with the Beatles played here in sixty four he was the opening act about opening up and I said well what do you remember from that he says I just remember a lot of people screaming where are they going on Beatles and I would be awful with that if you like try to play before them right now you know so they sang soul and inspiration got off the stage for the meal coming up why news at six thirty the president's coming to Dayton today and he plans to visit with the first responders who will handle the mass shooting and some of the victims' families and talk to city leaders others about what can be to prevent similar tragedies more than fifteen minutes newsradio seven WW I hope when he gets there that the the mayor we have the mayor on the show two three days ago and she seemed like she just was on top of it was police department just responded magnificently on Saturday night I just hope I she's made some comments about the president coming out to visit date I hope she behaves in the same way that Chris Christie behave when that devastating hurricane hit the the New Jersey coastline hurricane sandy and it was right at the end of the twenty twelve presidential election Mitt Romney was either in the lead or just a hair off the lead depending on what pull you wanted to believe at the time and the president Barack Obama came to visit where the hurricane hit now no one was shot it was in a mass murder but there was a lot of devastation and Christy met the president as he came down the stairs of Air Force One he was the only person there to meet him Christy was for all intents and purposes of political operative for Mitt Romney yet he put all of that aside to to greet the president because when the president comes it's a big deal there can be no greater focus on your town then when he arrives and some would say that what Christie did on that day swung the election from Robbie swung the election from Romney to Barack Obama and him president Obama had four more years in office I would hope that when any any time the president regardless of who years regardless of how you feel about him politically or personally I would hope that you would treat him with respect I know they're going through a lot up there in Dayton when there were mass shootings one of president Obama was in office nobody really hung this on him they understood that what happened in Orlando was some crazed idiot you know what happened in Dayton apparently their ties between that shooter and Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders so I'm not I'm not say anything out of out of the ordinary will happen in el Paso were date today I think the road down to healing this country from this begins with respect on both sides six nineteen newsradio seven hundred WLW.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian combs is here with me in the studio with the latest and greatest I guess you know if you can leave work today at one o'clock go yeah I mean is the president's motorcade of becoming downtown sometime around supper time they don't give us a specific details of how he travels but we know from past experience that it will definitely impact traffic the Cincinnati Enquirer today has an editorial in it talking about the breast president's visit tonight and it's asking Donald Trump and his supporters not to embarrass the city they say that people will be watching from all over the world no waiting very here what kind of chance are recited what kind of the comments the president makes about the the democratic debate of the last couple of nights and other issues he has had with the members of the house in recent days as of the editorial board right said today that quote we don't need any more inflammatory rhetoric that puts us at one another's throats and said let's all be on our best behavior tonight US bank arena kind of like the Reds were two nights ago but I got at seven thirty we'll cut I'll talk more about that how traffic could be impacted and how people are already camped out to see the president in fifteen minutes to newsradio seven WW Karen Travers standing by the White House Karen are you coming out here tonight I am not gonna make it out at all I was all set to tell you where to go to dinner what state to get everything and they leave any at the host I have a feeling he'll be back get a lot of attention over the next fifteen months so I will be there I don't I don't think Ohio's ever played large in an election have they I mean my I covered the bush reelection campaign of for a year and a half in two thousand four two thousand three and four like I don't know how your driver's license well well I I guess the president said reducing prescription drug costs top priority of what what do you think his chances are getting that done yeah they'll be doing it through regulatory means this isn't something that they're taking through Congress and and then we should know that this is not an overnight bag there's a process they have to play out here but the president has made it clear that reducing prescription drug costs is a big priority for him and they're looking for ways to do that and they're looking for him to do it in a way they can make an impact before the two thousand twenty election now suppose we yesterday that could enable Americans to get lower priced prescription drugs from Canada farm Mrs states in drug holders wholesalers could work with distributors in Canada and bring those in another part of this would be the FDA working with drug companies here to bring over the cheaper versions of the medications that they sell overseas and try and do it better here now there is already significant pushback from the drug industry because they say that this is potentially jeopardizing safety and that you can't do this in the same way that we regulate things here through the FDA another big concern is also concerned about of course profits and you know if drugs are coming over in a cheaper what are Americans going to turn to well the others played out the president has made it very clear he wants to put healthcare front and center in the two thousand twenty eight campaign message even the Republicans are saying no we don't avoid death you know the Democrats think is a very good issue for them why they think they won the house in two thousand eighteen in the mid terms and the president's numbers and approval ratings on healthcare just not good right now yeah I and there are some some people can get a legal prescription drugs from Canada but it's jumping through a lot of hoops a lot of her and just like with the neighbor all these dates and pharmacists to try and do that direct direct negotiation with companies and distributors there so if you're not coming out who's coming out here tonight from your from your steamed group it's a good question I we have people there I did not bad but I know there are people coming I'll leave my number they can call me up all day yeah are you going to stay awake so early yeah I don't know about that a man of my age I'm usually in bed by five o'clock anyway but we'll chat tomorrow thank you Karen thank you have a great day Karen Travers ABC news at the White House at seven twenty seven twenty on this glorious Thursday and you know what we need some traffic and weather and you only have to wait about twenty seconds to get it on newsradio seven hundred WLW galex help make the office fun getting seven hundred W. L. W. from I heart radio but look out of a genesis damage one of the white people drive from all over the state of.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian combs is here refresh my memory on this occasion last November there was a case back in November realtor showing how some price hill and somebody fact a retired police officer who lived on the street morado street in the Copa del area thought they were breaking into the house bill called somebody he knew on the police department officers apparently ten different cars responded officers with guns went into the house and I guess before they could really talk to the people who were inside things got ugly tense for a little while people were handcuffed and held at gun point yesterday Willie here had of the attorney representing the to people who are now suing the city Chris Phinney talking about how police over reacted now they didn't perceive the situation properly a two day the head of the F. O. P. Dan hills who represents the officers says that they were just doing their job he says that everything was resolved within five minutes and said police officers who responded were just responding to the call that they received it they were told that it was breaking and entering hearing Chris Phinney tell yesterday lot of people he says over reactive they had a key they use the lock box to get into the home right nearly maybe the door was stuck a little bit so one of them kind of pushed on it but he believes that it's because of the real estate agent and the person looking at the home or both black and this happened in price still aware of people assume the worst and Hey Dan hills obviously is defending his officers the city tried to settle the lawsuit offering us some cash but that offer was rejected yesterday Finney said that what they're really hoping for some retraining for police lecher out what exactly that would involve but he said that this office this situation should have been easily perceives their body camera footage yeah there is and may you hear the cops yelling that I'm pulling their guns thinking that they had a break you know the house was empty and there was a for sale sign in the front yard fitting says that the the lock box was open in the real estate agent had Qian's pocket so I don't know I know bill coming in said yesterday he's trying to work on see if you can get the real estate agent to come on part of it I guess was how the person who was with the rear wheel estate agent reacted visibly upset on the body camera footage in a using some language that I mean given the circumstances probably isn't that surprising right but yeah I don't know where this is going to go but there's definitely lawsuit over okay coming up on news six o'clock we'll have more on the police officer involved shooting yesterday in price still where a woman threatened officer with a knife second time that's happened.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five eighteen Brian combs in here. So we got a police, captain in trouble with the feds here. There's going to be an announcement later today that this police captain is facing some kind of federal charges. We don't know the nature of it, though, there has been a great deal of speculation about the activities of captain Mike Savard, who has been on leave for a while. Now it sounds like since we know that there are going to be a agent from the IRS at the news conference that he's got some kind of tax trouble. Or maybe it's something related to overtime the police officers have worked and tips that were paid. Then went unreported. So it sounds like there may have been a some type of scheme to avoid having to report extra income. To the IRS and pay the taxes on that now that he may have been involved in. We don't know if any other officers are involved, but since he was in charge of the program, you'd have to think that maybe some others benefited as well. Perhaps, the feds have turned them on their captain typically how this works when the federal government puts together a case they've pretty much got it wrapped up the time that they come the present the news conference, so we'll see it all plays out a little bit later this afternoon. In the newsroom album. Talk about this serial killer that has confess apparently to murders in the tri-state FBI says he may be the most prolific killer ever in the US. We'll have more fifteen minutes. Newsradio seven w.

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five forty five and Brian comb here. All right, Columbia Parkway is messy again, and it didn't even rain this time. Right. The hillside continues to slip because of all the rain. We've had the last several weeks and today is Cincinnati city hall council is expected to approve an emergency declaration. That would pretty much instruct the administration to find the money and make a permanent solution. We know that the repairs would be somewhere in the neighborhood of ten million dollars. The problem isn't so much with the wall itself. The wall they say a stable now, the problem is over the wall along time ago, the slope of the hillside was cut too steep. And now we're seeing the land shift in the mud slides and the pores over the side of the retaining wall. And that's why traffic on Columbia Parkway gets closed. What's a bigger concern? To city leaders are all the homes at the top of the hill side of the hill. We're talking from mount Adams I wanted hills parts of Hyde Park mount lookout Columbia Tuscaloosa. Now, you're talking billions of dollars worth of development that at some point could potentially be threatened. The facts are said to be somewhere in the neighborhood of ten million dollars and given all the repairs at the city's had to make on an emergency basis. It's probably money. Well, spent to save them the money of of having to come in and spend, you know, one hundred and fifty thousand here one hundred and fifty thousand there every time they have to get out there and clean it up. Do we know what the fix is? It has to do with trying to change the great of of the slope of. The hill. I guess and then stabilizing that so they say it costs what ten thousand dollars a foot to do this work. They know at this point at least at they've got about ten million dollars worth of repairs to make well, go find the money where. Diverted from somewhere else in the city budget. They're saying that this is the city's one of the city priorities and find the money if you have to cut somewhere else or postpone another project city council today is expected to tell the administration that they just want the job done. Okay. Coming up. Our news at six o'clock. We will have more on a rash of teen suicides in the tri-state one local school dealing with the deaths of two students in the past week bringing counselors trying to get people to pay a little more attention to the issue. We'll have more six on NewsRadio seven WWE. It's about five forty seven right now. Seven hundred w w and Ryan Fitzpatrick, and the fact that he's on his eighth NFL team wondering who played for the most different ways to look at this. But is an interesting one is that if you include playing for a team in the preseason or being put on their practice squad, Shayne Graham, former Bengals kicker has suited up with eighteen NFL teams eighteen between two. Two thousand and two thousand fifteen at least suited up to play for saints Seahawks. Bills seahawks. Wow. That's a double Panthers. Bengals ravens giants. Patriots. Redskins. Cowboys dolphins. Ravens texans. Browns Steelers saints and falcons in two thousand fifteen Shayne Graham. And made some good money over time. And he was he was. I'm pretty sure it was Jane Graham who missed a field goal to end the Bengals season dodge the media left on his own. And like never never showed up in Cincinnati again. It was just one of the weirder. Departures because he had been here for several years. Let's see oh three to own nine. He was here for a long time. Then he missed a key kick at the end of the season is I'm recalling and just poof disappeared from Shane Graham, again, well until he showed up with the with the ravens in two thousand ten it is five forty nine right now five forty nine seven hundred w w Tom rivers in London here in a couple of minutes and just a massive cyclone hit. Southeastern africa. And it is a mess over there as things stand right now. He'll update us here in a bit. But we mentioned I that if you're a man if you're a man you need your testosterone. You know, what I'm saying, and it could run well and that could cause some issues other things could cause similar issues such as sleep apnea or maybe low thyroid low T center has treated testosterone for a long time. As you no doubt know, and they now we'll treat more than that. First of all you're going to get. A health assessment to find out what your situation is. If it's not low T, they'll find out what it is. And then treat that and all of those things have an impact it's a Volvo loss of muscle mass..

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"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"brian combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian combs in here. All right. The west side with some crimes. Police apparently are having a problem with people who are stealing purses wallets from shoppers at the WalMart. Ferguson road in Westwood now. That storm is often made lists of the most shoplifted store in America. And now we are hearing about twenty or so cases where somebody is either reached into purses that were in carts and taken a wallet out or money or something to that effect. Or if somebody's got the wall just in jacket, not cure taking that police haven't given a whole lot of publicity about this. But a couple of people who were victims say that they're telling them that. It's a real problem. If you missing your wallet you've been to that WalMart store or they say the Kroger. Ferguson may be what happened to you might wanna talk to district police district. Police who station just happened to be located in the exact same parking lot is those two stores though since. When Sunday police relocated district three they put it there and to try and deter crime on that part of Westwood. But it doesn't seem like it's you say the most shoplifted store in the country. Many times at that WalMart on Ferguson road says made a list of the most shoplifted store in America. I don't know that kept track of that. Yes. When you go out the door. Percentage or dollar amount of items taken that is often been reported probably different categories the average amount. All right coming up. Our news at seven o'clock Cincinnati's mayor says do not stay at the city's largest hotel. In fact, he wants to shut it down as a public nuisance. We'll explain fifteen minutes. Newsradio seventy wwl w..

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00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

"In the Russia probe with eight o'clock report and Brian combs. And I'm Ricky chino wrote. Breaking now, he's worked on presidential campaigns for years man who advised Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bob Dole behind bars this morning on charges related to work that he did for the Trump campaign. Roger stone's been one of the targets of the special prosecutor's investigation of election tampering. Russia has been charged with seven counts what kind of obstruction and six counts involving false statements and all deals with what he knew about the WikiLeaks dump in terms of damaging information about Hillary Clinton and John Podesta's emails hacked as well. And what he was providing in terms of information about that. They're basically claiming that he was misleading to investigators and others when asked about these particular questions, that's ABC's, Tom. Thomas President Trump says he hardly ever spoke to stone. When he worked for the campaign and says that he played no role of any kind in the election. Trump campaign says that stone was fired in August. Twenty fifteen

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