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He Does All That He Pleases
"Our God is in the heavens. He does all. That he pleases. PSALM ONE FIFTEEN Verse Three. This. Verse teaches. that. Whenever God acts. He acts in a way. That pleases him. God his never constrained to do a thing that he despises. He is never backed into a corner where his only recourse is to do something he hates to do. He does whatever He pleases, and therefore in some sense, he has pleasure in all that he does. This. Should lead us to bow before God. And praise his sovereign freedom. That in some sense, he always acts in freedom. According to his own good pleasure following the dictates of his own delights. God never becomes a victim of circumstance. He is never forced into a situation where he must do something in which he cannot rejoice. He is not mocked he is not trapped or cornered or coerced. Even at the one point in history where he did what in one sense was the hardest thing for God, to do. Not Spare his own son Romans Eight, thirty two. God was free and doing what pleased him. Paul says that the self sacrifice of Jesus. In death was A. Fray Grit, fring, and sacrifice to God. Fijian's five to. The greatest sin and the greatest desk and the hardest act of God was in some profound way. Pleasing. To father. And on his way to calvary. Jesus himself had legions of angels at his disposal. No one takes my life from me. But are laid out of my own accord? Of his own good pleasure. For the joy that is set before him. As it says in Hebrews twelve to. At the one point in the history of the universe where Jesus looked trapped. He was totally in charge. Doing precisely what he pleased. Dying. To glorify his father in justifying the ungodly. Like you and me. So. Let us stand in awe and wonder. And let us Trimble. That not only are praises of God's sovereignty. But also our salvation through the death of Christ for US hang on this, our God is in heaven. He does whatever he plays his.
Los Angeles - 5.5-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near Ridgecrest
"I saw this online and double check it so within the last couple of hours I think it was reported right around nine o'clock our time so there was a earthquake hitting southern California initially pegged as a five point five magnitude earthquake according to fox eleven Los Angeles it the after shocks in ridgecrest and I'm not too familiar with California that area but from what some people are saying also online looking at Twitter they're mentioning that this is somewhat of a common occurrence earthquakes in California so it struck at about six thirty two so it's eight thirty two our time so six thirty two local their time so eight thirty two central time yeah about two hours ago the get some people out there feeling it talking about it on social media
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Degrees at eight thirty two I'm Susie Jones WCCO news the hour's top stories speaking to White House reporters outgoing energy secretary Rick Perry said the impeachment in Korean Congress is not as important to Americans as economic growth in jobs which is what the country he says should be focused on instead of chasing this the did have this this rabbit this ghost if you well this impeachment enquiring that is sucking all the air out of the out of the room so to speak focus on what is really important to the American people what's important the American people is being able to create jobs to be able to create wealth senator Lindsey Graham says he intends to introduce a Senate resolution condemning the house impeachment requiring against trump more from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff senator Graham calls the impeachment inquiry on constitutional and illegitimate telling fox news this process and the house is being conducted behind closed doors Republicans are being shut out and if you had an inquiry vote that allows Republicans and the president to call witnesses Graham says his resolution will argue that articles of impeachment should be dismissed in the Senate without a trial bill right cop CBS news Capitol Hill the Bulgarian embassy in London says it will work with British authorities on the case involving thirty nine people found dead in a large truck in Essex east of London the foreign ministry says at present it is not yet been confirm whether the truck has a Bulgarian registration it also says there's no information yet on the nationalities of the victims in the truck and that British police have warned that the identification of the bodies could take a long time Hong Kong's government formally withdrew the extradition bill that started five months of violent protests by pro democracy demonstrators however as Gordon Chang China expert and author of the coming collapse of China explains the move won't satisfy protesters for the protesters perhaps the most important of the other demands is an independent inquiry into the conduct of the police there is credible evidence that the police have used excessive force on a number of occasions and so emotionally I think that that's number one on the list but there's also of course amnesty for all those who've been arrested the withdrawal of the designation of the protest as riots and a universal suffrage mental illness affects millions of Americans but a CBS news poll finds that many people still find it challenging to talk openly about it CBS news deputy director of surveys Jennifer depend all says the poll found that more people admit knowing someone with a mental health issue two thirds of Americans do you see mental illness as a very serious public health problem but just twelve percent I think there are adequate services to deal with it about half say they are not enough and that number goes up among those who have a family member who has tried to seek out care most of them think there are not enough services available finally Google claims it is Rick achieved a quantum leap in computing your CVS is Steve case than Google reports in the journal nature of that an experimental process are completed a calculation in just three and a half minutes it's one that would take a traditional supercomputer ten thousand years to finish it's the kind of exponential calculation power they could give Google and the US a leg up for the economic and national security advantages to whoever can master the technology first IBM says it doubts Google can now claim quantum supremacy saying for one thing it's super computers summit could do the calculation in two and a half days Steve case then CBS news WCCO news time is eight thirty five for more on these and other stories go to WCCO radio dot com I'm Susie Jones new stock a three oh WCCO.
A Different Kind of Derby
"A different kind of derby to tell you about it's the Mongolian derby. Yes, we said Mongolian derby, it takes place in you. Guessed it Mongolia between Russia and China. So you might be asking where is there? Racetrack in Mongolia. Well, you're not approaching this right? This Turbie is not run at a track. The track is the wild landscape of the country. The Mongolian derby is a six hundred twenty mile endurance race a thousand kilometers. It's designed to recreate the pony express mail system set up by the Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan in the thirteenth century this derby takes anywhere between six and ten days to finish this coming. August will be the tenth anniversary of the Mongolian derby. It was started in two thousand nine by a British based company, but we want to talk about the two thousand thirteen edition of the race the fifth annual event just a few weeks before a nineteen year old girl named Lara. Prior. Palmer was cruising the internet from her home in the United Kingdom and came across the Mongolian derby with zero training and some but not enough money to pay even the entry Faye? Miss. Prior Palmer hit the apply button and wallah entered the race most competitors trained for years in order to endure the fatigue and hunger and horsemanship necessary to get through the race. What happened after that internet? Search is a testament to the human spirit a true tale miss. Prior Palmer, spins in the new book rough magic which comes out right about now. And we're very pleased to have Lara. Prior Palmer with us to discuss her story here on in the gate. You didn't even have the money for the entry fee? So what happened when you told your parents that you were doing this? Definitely it didn't tell them together. I think my mom is li- enticed by horse's name Massa where they are in the world and was taken with the rebound to Susan ally. Was I think my my phone is difficult gauge, he's not doesn't angle himself into reality in the same race that he said it was very dangerous and said it was too opportunistic to do it at the last minute as I was going to and sort Instead of. of just didn't imagine that was the way I should be spending my summer, I think he had ideas probably more related to have imagined his children should be funding. Nessim I'm not even going to go there. What was your goal going in to win to have a spiritual experience to find yourself? Definitely doesn't have go. I was there wins co teenager who was really excited raise money for charities. I thought it was great is in the UK. Lots of people do rap marathon running. And I thought the mobile w was quite unusual. And it would be good thing to raise the greenhouse sports who do fantastic through sports in London with kids from dysfunction communities say that was definitely a goal. And then the other goal is just to finish the race. I guess the pot for doing it and guessing the experience at least for one day before jokes out if I did because no on my age or under the twenty three I think could yet finish the race. You will get to the human suffering in a second. But before we go any further, I think we need to clarify a couple of things first of all it's not one horse that takes you through this race. It's around twenty five horses. How do the horses that you're not writing travel with you through the race? Great question. Yes. It's an insurance rates to humans. Not voices say in Mongolia. There is not a lot of forces than many families on the set have varying amounts of numbers of forces their status symbol, as they are in many, many roads. And so in the summer, the organizes travel mongo Leah us king families if they'd like to act as a horse station for the race and the families will then get together thirty five before she forces. And there's a stations a place that sort of twenty five mile into intervals say, he writes, it three or four hours between station, and he stopped and you given your tied horse and wait for its heart rate to come level. And then you look at the line of twenty horses on it depending on how many runaway in the storm the night before maybe three and then he decided you're an expert. Cindy right on. So you don't even know these horses until you literally hop aboard. And. Get going exactly because even in polo, for example, where a number of horses are on a team with a competitor their property of the competitor. He knows all those horses or she knows all those horses. This is not that. Oh my gosh. How different are Mongolian horses from horses. We're used to seeing here in the west and not just thoroughbreds. I mean. Hard to say casino, lots of British horses a vaguely similar to mongering recipients by EastWest vied, really. But for example, I've ridden some some small Arab pennies in a friend in the states like she had some Icelandic ponies, which not dissimilar from Mongolian pennies, and that they have a large head size, and they've quite stocky and actually genetically qualifies forces, even though they sort of with a height that pony. Tony's it'd be under fourteen two and the way they differed the rave going into the Ray rarely Rijn the ones that I raised. You can't get together one thousand five hundred horses for grace and make sure they will probably train lots of the Masami wild. And they'll have been backed often didn't quite understand steering, which is lucky. He's quite often describe a straight line and a buck Christ law. When he got on them co box and open the ones that bucks that hard. The best bolt is and they would get Alex for good. I'll steam so yet to take that risk. So you're traveling like six hundred miles with horses that are bucking on you. They thought behold way back in the beginning. Maybe. More failing cheeky some of them. I mean within Mongolia, the horses a difference. Some families had Jerry very nice donkeys should expect type horses out of brilliant racing champions who were like woman is no horses. They relied lions do you? Try to talk to them chirp to them. Calm them down. Yeah, you can too. That's another thing saying among Golian language said different Brad for world. In different words, instead of giddy up is more like sound, and Yeah. you You can can talk talk to to them. them as much like I signed on credit lot. I told them, but my frustration Kreidler your any if you writing Elaine, some people some people do their your any companion. You've got to make friends of no matter what the athletic ability is speaking of the other people. I mean, I imagine that most of the other competitors kind of know who each other is somewhat. Then you show up for a fischel testing out of practically nowhere. What was that? Like, it was very global many of the right is not that. And lots of people that it was there was a sense of people trying to make partnerships because we were afraid to write a load, and I never really got round to doing this electrical doing enough of a serious bond with anyone they would welcome any on the testing days with two days or something. It was tens by slightly ignored that I was let high on the excitement of this new group of people fresh out of school with less. Not a sheltered life cried say, particularly and I was just biggest take cited by the whole gyn to natures how terrified I was. Did you get any vibe that they were saying away tea with teenage girl? What is she doing here? It wasn't quite like that. Because I was some other young competitors Severo friendly with each other. There was a sense of surprise that. I wasn't so prepared for the race and as desire from some older people to help me out of the show how many competitors are there in this race varies some years. This about fifty and other years my either eight thirty two so we're talking about thirteen fourteen hours of riding day. Right. I mean, what were the conditions line conditions is in the weather. The weather was very entertaining. We had storms, but it by seat raves followed by floods where you can't cross the land 'cause it's a trap. So you weren't comfortable, and you probably had a change of claves. If you went very good at packing like me. And you're probably sue because there's no way of training for this race. There is nice setup. Like in the any. Russia. How much you've written red semi truck or train polo. Tony's no one's really done this before teen hours a day. And is title is suck on the body. And you get off
Alphabet first-quarter revenue misses estimates
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Bloomberg, Dow And Eight Thirty Seconds discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Stocks fluctuate as investors remain on edge after that periods. Rally and treasuries raised concern. The economy faced a sharp slowdown the dollars up. We look at the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred is down less than ten percent down to Dow is little changed down four. And the NASDAQ is down a tenth of a percent down seven ten year is down eight thirty seconds. The yield two point three nine percent.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Been cleaned up in the eastbound lanes between Downingtown and valley. Forge have been reopened a tractor trailer spilled a load of soap all over the road around three this morning. New Jersey lawmakers approved a Bill allowing medically assisted suicide. I Mike DeNardo. Philadelphia department of public health has shut down three dental clinics for not using sterile technique. I'll talk about the implications of Dr Ryan mcdonagh Lawrence's. Sixers lose to their Landau magic. And they did not look good sunny right now thirty three with a wind chill of twenty two going up to forty eight today. Good morning. I'm Carol MacKenzie. And Brandon Brooks our top story at eight thirty one. Governor Murphy says he plans to sign a Bill passed by the New Jersey legislature yesterday. Getting terminally ill patients the legal right to end their own lives. YWCA? Mike DeNardo has the story. The Bill allows a terminal patient who has been given six months or less to live the right to ask a doctor to prescribe a life ending medication assemblyman. Jay Webber Republican for Morris county, urged a no vote a Bill like this. When it passes would create a new class of citizens among us. The classroom citizens who can be killed by another citizen. The bill's sponsor Gloucester county democrat, Jon Bursa, Celli countered that ultimately the decision would be made only by the patient person. Whether you want to fill the prescription, then it would be up to the person if they want to ingest a prescription only that person can make that decision. Governor Murphy in a statement said allowing terminally ill people the dignity to make end of life decisions is the right thing to do. New Jersey would become the eighth state to allow doctor assisted suicide. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. It's eight thirty two traffic.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight thirty two traffic and weather on the two sponsored by window nation by two windows. Get two free visit window nation dot com. John we have problems on ninety five star northbound attic Allegheny approaching allegany broken down vehicle in the right lane. So a heads up there. Unfortunately, a bigger problem north of this jam north aqap and avenue to street road. The problem just before St. owes these the closure of the Woodhaven exit ramp that's all the damage and cleaner from yesterday morning, tanker accident and fire. So again, north on ninety five can't get off it Woodhaven. That's why everybody's heading up the street road to get off at least twenty minutes to get through this mess north on. I ninety five I've ramp till further notice shut down south on ninety five that's backed up and down to Gerard earlier accident, and we still have delays from the Delaware state line to south of names wrote a left lane accident up ahead. All I ninety five. We go to the Mealey's furniture jam Cam the styles. You left for less seem delays out of south Philadelphia starts ready passionate avenue to the vine expressway. Outta town beyond that the boulevard out to around Labuan with a delay here on the westbound Schuylkill boulevard extension is jammed generally from broad to the westbound Schuylkill expressway eastern Schuylkill expressway, heavy through contract on the curve, and then slow beyond that from city down to Gerard. You'll see what's left of an accident. There. Gerard off to the right shoulder of the roadway. East four twenty two east of folks on 'em. We check Delaware County north on the blue route backed up north of ninety five to route one and delays remain in on the Lincoln actually out on the Lincoln. Dr Henry avenue overpass, a left lane accident northbound forty two freeway slow forty one after route ninety five the ongoing construction. They're a mass transit note eastbound market Frankford line, twenty minutes late because of earlier equipment problems in the cave. Whatever you twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"News time, eight thirty two. Now, the official ten ten wins. Accuweather four day forecast. Here's meteorologist Carl Ericson with this live report. Mario temperatures at this hour to well up into the forties across much of the boroughs as we go through tonight only slowly dropping down to twenty six hundred partly cloudy skies tomorrow, we'll be a little bit chillier compared to today even it'll be a lot of sunshine overhead high thirty five back down to thirty Monday night. As a cloud cover up begins to increase us with a cold front Mary from the west and on Tuesday that cloud cover will lower and thickened with rain overspreads in the city during the afternoon, high forty three then some big changes Tuesday night into Wednesday as an Arctic blast of air. Comes into the city. Temperatures to plummet down to the twenties tonight at changing any rain over to snow making person slippery conditions for Wednesday mornings commute a high early Wednesday of twenty-six temperatures will continue to fall into the teens in the afternoon with real feel temperatures in the single digits in frigid very very cold on Thursday, despite some sunshine overhead height fourteen you factor in those winds real feel temperatures near twenty below was dangerously cold weather heading our way later on in the week right now, though, it's still forty five degrees. Mostly cloudy, humidity forty-two percent wins south west at thirteen repeating the current temperature Forty-five going down to twenty six in midtown. Accuweather meteorologist, Carl Ericson, New York's weather station, ten ten wins. Currently thirty nine degrees in south ozone park. Forty two.
Stocks, yields rise after deal announced to end U.S. government shutdown
"The government for three weeks ending a thirty five day partial shutdown without securing any of the border wall money. He had demanded our coverage will continue right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. But here's what we stand in terms of US markets SNP up twenty one a gain of eight tenths of one percent. Dow industrials of one hundred sixty six up seven tenths of one percent. Nasdaq Eighty-three again there. Out of one point two percent. We've got the ten year down eight thirty seconds yield of two point seven four percent gold.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight thirty two traffic and weather on the to sponsored by window nation by two windows. Get two free visit window nation dot com. This is an we have delays south on ninety five in the northeast is jam Coppin down to Gerard avenue. Get off of the vine expressway that's slow now from the vine expressway on the vine to just pass a ninety five approaching eighth street there. It is an accident up ahead in the left lane. Now, there's another problem on the other side we start on the Schuylkill expressway. That's how far the backup extends where east and the Schuylkill slow a contra Hawkin, then we are crawling east of city avenue to the vine expressway, east heading into center city that delay all the way out to just approaching a street. The accident up ahead in the left lane on the eastbound side, adding to the delay. And you're enforcing an attack. Another twenty to twenty five minutes on the drive on the Schuylkill. Just try to head into town again on the vine approaching eighth and accident up ahead on the northbound lanes of I ninety five Delaware County. So some delays approaching and past Commodore Barry bridge and earlier accident out of the way on the turnpike. Westbound heavy west of willow grove at the fort Washington. Get off the turnpike south on the blue route some heavy traffic, South County down to the Schuylkill expressway. Still delays in Westchester approaching westtown road. An earlier accident another one up ahead approaching West Chester pike that also on the shoulder of the roadway other delays including turnpike again, willow grove to fort Washington. See that with Amelie's furniture jam Cam, the styles you love for less in from New Jersey, forty two freeway north of one sixty to ninety five downside of the Ben Franklin bridge. We're getting ready for a Burlington Bristol bridge opening around eight forty other ships as we said look in or other bridges, look. Okay. Mass transit no reported delays in the Cape by w twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight thirty two traffic and weather on the twos with Sam clover. Brandin? We're still seeing delays southbound ninety five from the northeast jam cotton down to Gerard and earlier accident now cleared out of the way. Now, we continue into center city taking a look at the Mealey's furniture jam Cam, the styles, you'll love for less, and it is not that bad. The vine expressway slow between ninety five and broaden approaching Schuylkill expressway, certainly nothing unusual about it. I'm going back to bucks county. This is east to ninety five this old north I ninety five jammed a business one there's police activity in the left lane. The reason for that delay going to jump over to upper Moreland. Good news here southbound York road reopened south of Warminster road that truck at the underpass of stuck for awhile now cleared out of the way, now York roads. Okay. But all the alternates still pretty well. Jammed up through the neighborhood. So there's a reason for the extra volume may be seeing we're on the turnpike. Westbound slow west at willow grove to fort Washington. Earlier accident, please stay with it is way better eastern four twenty two of the delays beginning around oaks down to trooper then onto the Schuylkill expressway east, I seventy six contracting curve, the boulevard down to Gerard avenue. And also seeing delays. This is kind of unfortunately, the new normal here into university city jammed getting off at university jammed at University Avenue at thirty eighth street, the ongoing construction, they're really tying it up. Now, we go back to the Schuylkill westbound bear to south of boulevard to Belmont avenue boulevard extension. Still jammed approaching the south orig- earlier left lane or accident. Now completely out of the way. Inbound Martin Luther King drive. We have a tie up sweet briar accident there. And then outbound MLK were looks like it's open approaching falls bridge will watch out giant pothole in the right lane. Delaware County north on the blue route generally jam media swarthmore on up to route one better in New Jersey. Forty two north some slow going forty one to two ninety five fifty five the usual backup. Delaware river bridges are. Okay. Mass transit no reported delays in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"At eight thirty two traffic and weather on the twos. Here's sam. Hey, mark. Some good news here south ninety five two things as heavy allegany down to Gerard avenue. At rush hour. We have heading into center city Philadelphia within the hour. We had a big backup south on ninety five jammed at the double decker Girard point bridge because of an accident or an accident. Mid span, they cleared it out of the way and just as quickly. The traffic has cleared out to please go forward if travelling to the airport, we're seeing any delay at the Girard point bridge accident is out of their PA turnpike looks fairly good shape. Westbound heavy around fort Washington getting on at four Washington from the aggregate eastbound Schuylkill expressway, and we go right to the meals furniture. Jan can the styles you'll love for less. Nothing. Any really issues? Eastbound's a lot of volume of gummy down to Gerard and westbound some slow going passed city avenue eastern, four twenty two of got to jam up at route one hundred down to the approach seven twenty four climb street a broken down vehicle. They're just cleared out of the way. But delays remain and problems still remain south. On route one hundred south of thirty bypass that's jammed because of emergency repairs from an earlier accident this morning, right lane closed up ahead of you everything else. Moving along inbound Kelly drive. We have reports of icy conditions around boathouse row primarily in the right lane. So take it actually easy bounds. Okay. Outbound. Martin Luther King drive. We still have that broken down and abandoned ban approaching Montgomery dry blocking the right lane right in New Jersey. Mostly trouble free, heavy traffic. Southbound forty two freeway approaching and past the algebra curb to go south on forty two from two ninety five there earlier struck dear is out of the way up and across the bridges refine. Mass transit no reported delays. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight thirty two traffic and weather on the twos. If to Brandon we still have delays with the weather this morning back to I ninety five. Southbound direction is jammed south of academy academy down to allegany the reason for this was that box truck accident this morning. I definitely because of the weather this when he was coming. The rain was coming down, so hard the accidents gone. Delays remain. Please stay with it. West of the vine expressway, even bigger problem is jam now. West of I ninety five cross town to the approach of the Schuylkill expressway. See this delay with the Mealey's furniture jam Cam, the styles you'll love for less at the accident is blocking the ramp to go onto the eastbound Schuylkill and thirtieth street all traffic western the by must go west on the Schuylkill expressway. That's the reason for that type jam getting off at Gerard and people trying to flip around and go back the other way, let's talk flooding the Martin Luther King drive blocked. The Kelly drive is blocked the twenty four th street on ramp from the Ben Franklin part from the Parkway art museum to go east in the vine also blocked flooding conditions. All the reason why. Accident lower Marion conshohocken Steve road, route twenty three still blocked ISA spring mill. That's earlier this morning. Other majors are although better we're getting ready for the the major drive this afternoon for LA volume on the PA turnpike right now is not a bad time to start your drive on the turnpike right now. It's all right. We'll go directly to Huntingdon valley the Philadelphia border. Big delays combination of flooding and construction philmont west blocked at pine with a construction detour pine jam philmont, red lion. Red lion is a mess back to philmont avenue. Welsh in Huntingdon pike also jammed up combination again that flooding and also construction New Jersey solve onto ninety five blocked at route one thirty tractor trailer accident from earlier this morning. The reason for that delay up and across the Delaware river bridges for the most part, ROY. Okay. We have the young. And also the west Trenton regional rails ten to fifteen minutes delays because of signal problems. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Eight thirty two now, traffic and weather on the twos. And John herb regarding that fire to we have some problems with a ten trolley sixty third in Jefferson shuttle buses are in place around that big fire. We're on the turnpike. Now westbound direction we're backed up west of Ben Salem out to four Washington. Earlier accident at fort Washington on the shoulder them around for twenty two eastbound easing, Alabama's slow at Reuters for that east of Collegeville down to the trooper interchange also west on four twenty to pass Santa left lane construction already sending up slowing things down. Thirty bypass still jammed eastbound three twenty two we do get some break at two oh two where we had a narrow construction zone looks like they've sort of adjusted things a little bit is not that much of a delay. So go for it three oh nine northbound still jammed a paper mill earlier accident to the side of the roadway, and in Horsham, an accident Horsham wrote a Babylon row police on the scene directing around that early morning accident in Delaware counties conquered three twenty two contest are highway still. Dan, both directions route one to Smith bridge accident. Westbound icy conditions south on ninety five for the northeast slow from common down to Gerard avenue. I see that. With the Mealey's furniture jam Cam, the styles you love for less and north on ninety five plenty of volume through Delaware County, just around the Commodore Barry bridge, also delays east on the Schuylkill expressway through conshohocken. Westbound boulevard out the Belmont avenue in New Jersey. Forty two freeway improve somewhat is still slow north of one sixty to ninety five fifty five jam merging with the forty two freeway. Good news here. No serious problems in any of the Delaware river bridges. Mass transit no reported delays. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover..
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Degrees. Eight thirty two at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I calling it a magnet program that attracts more illegal immigrants. Republican state Representative Karl Biedermann of Fredericksburg is proposing that dreamers and other people in the state illegally no longer qualify for in state tuition. In state tuition is a significant benefit cuts tuition at UT Austin, for example, by about three quarters. Peterman says granting that benefit to illegal immigrants mainly hurts. Immigrants who came here illegally and became citizens. Currently anybody who graduates Metaxas high school, whereas lived in Texas for three years qualifies for in-state tuition and beater, MS Bill adds that quote a person who is not authorized under the federal statute to be president in the United States may not be considered. A resident carry locking News Radio? Twelve hundred W O A I illegal immigration from Central America is. Is on the rise. The numbers from Mexico are on the decline. That's according to the latest report from the Pew Research Center. Marc Lopez says there are two things going on. The reason is the US government has more border patrol agents than ever for example, working at the US Mexico border. The other part is that Mexico's economy is steadily growing the report shows that there are currently ten point seven million illegal immigrants living inside the United States. That's the lowest level since two thousand four a wreck on highway ninety on the west side killed a man who was trying to repair his vehicle which had stalled in the fast lane. Police said eighteen Wheeler slammed into the car and the debris then flew out and hit four other vehicles. Sending one of those drivers to the hospital. Police are questioning the trucker who was not injured. A Dallas county grand jury has begun hearing evidence that tragic case where now former Dallas police officer shot and killed a man after walking into his apartment by mistake thinking the man was an intruder in her apartment. The lawyer for the dead man's family says regardless of the circumstances. The victim was Moore. Ordered that the process didn't work. I.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Eight thirty two ahead of election day now six days to go the president stirring up his base with promises to end birthright citizenship in this country. He says he can do that by executive actions. Sarah to prevail with the constitution. Project says that's not really the case. There's a great deal of authority. But what the president cannot do is by executive Fiat strict wave rights that are found in the fourteenth amendment to the constitution. He is not. A king the fourteenth amendment outline citizenship for anybody born in the US, it would take an act of congress as well as ratification by three quarters of the states to make that change legal experts say any executive action would likely be met with a hearty legal challenge. We're also getting reaction from a key Colorado, Republican KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve joins us live with that side of the story. Connor april. That's Republican Representative Mike Kaufman. Who's using much of the same terminology. You just discussed remember earlier this year he helped an Aurora couple. Keep unadopted Peruvian daughter working with immigration officials to do that that's been something he has campaigned on. Now, he's releasing a statement over President Trump's assertion, and he said he hates to break the news to the president. But the supreme court is not going to let him rewrite the immigration law by executive Fiat, nor should they he said, we have a constitution for a reason and the president should follow it. Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. The president has tweeted this morning. He believes he's in the right with an executive action on the issue. The president also says the case will be settled by the US supreme court and Pittsburgh FBI. Investigators struggling to find more information on the man accused of killing eleven people over the weekend at a local synagogue seems. No one really knew the killer behind the most deadly anti-semitic attack in American history. The FBI investigation continues into Robert Bowers described as a demon on social media in person. He seemed to be a ghost no family. No apparent friends and neighbors say in the eighteen months he lived at his current address. He never even open the blind ABC's. Lana Zak more details. Emerging about a plan to smear special counsel, Robert Muller. An unidentified woman reportedly told several reporters earlier this month that she was offered money to make sexual misconduct claims against Muller. Ed, cranston. Steam is one of those journalists, I it seems a legitimate until I couldn't find information on this woman. And then I began feeling like it was a hoax. I I spoke to other well known journalists who. Began feeling the same way. The woman claims the man behind the scheme was right wing radio host, Jack Berkman and conservative. Hedge funder Jacob all has also been accused of being involved in that plot interrupt who county sheriff's deputy facing charges of sexually assaulting a child following his arrest in Pueblo county. The sheriff's office has John Belk has been placed on leave without pay following the weekend arrest, he's a non certified deputy works at the county detention facility. The sheriff's office says it will not be making any other comments while Pueblo county completes its investigation arapahoe county officials do stress the back did not have any contact with juvenile's in his job. Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio to Colorado Springs. Where a mom has been arrested for the shooting death of her two year old son. Thirty two year old Melissa Adamson has been booked on the charge of child abuse resulting in death. It's possible child accidentally shot himself. This happened on Sunday in the strap more neighborhood a program that has.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"It's eight thirty two time for traffic and transit on the we look pretty good right now, if we were crossing the Ben Franklin bridge or the Walt Whitman bridge, even the Commodore Barry looks fine as well. Tony Palmira bridge went through an opening everything. Getting back to normal gets in the Mealey's furniture jam Cam not seeing any issues elsewhere as far as bridges go. But we're gonna go to ninety five north and south were nice and clear. No issues to report on the Schuylkill expressway. However, if you're getting off the Schuylkill expressway, and you wanted to go up Montgomery, I wouldn't right now because we've got Belmont closed between Winfield and Montgomery, and that's because of earlier crash, and then there's also an event going on at memorial hall. It's the lupus Loup. And so we've got a lot of extra volume in the area. Anyway, now, we've got Martin Luther King drive closed with a J D R F walk and we've got Kelly drive closed fountain. Green. Strawberry mansion for the head of the regatta. I headed the Schuylkill regatta. That's continuing today in New Jersey watch out. We've got a crash this is air for hours. Now, it's the white. Pike. It's closed both ways between new freedom and United States avenue. Pemberton magnolia road is closed from the four mile circle out to ONG's hat road. And then also back on the PA side red line at philmont. We've got a crash there you need to watch out for mass transit. We don't have any problems to report next update in less than ten minutes. I'm Stevie reason and the to Mark financial twenty four hour traffic center. Federal and state charges have been filed against the suspect in the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. The Anti-Defamation League is calling this incident. The worst attack on the Jewish community in this country's history. Eleven dead. Six others wounded, a bloody ambush in Pittsburgh synagogue, the mass shooting being called one of the deadliest assaults ever against Jewish community in the United States. Bob Jones, FBI special agent in charge of the Pittsburgh office. This is the most horrific crime scene. I've seen in twenty two years with Federal Bureau of investigation members of the tree of life synagogue, conducting a peaceful service and their place of worship brutally murdered by a gunman targeting them, simply because of their faith. A Pittsburgh man is in custody. President Trump condemning the attacks evil anti semitic attack is an assault on all of us. It's an assault on humanity faced with another national tragedy. The president did not long turn his focus away from the midterm elections. Or himself said that canceling a campaign appearance in Illinois would make sick demented. People important. Jim Taylor CBS news. Federal and state officials will be holding briefing around nine o'clock this morning, and we will carry it live. Hey, why ws John mcdevitt has been in? Pittsburgh. He joins us live with the very latest from the scene and community and John the son starting to come up a little bit. So I guess.
Melania Trump praises LeBron James after her husband bashes him
"Eight thirty more than just the headlines this is, New York's NewsRadio w CBS News Radio eight eighty drones reportedly packed with explosives used during an assassination attempt on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro he survived at, least seven soldiers were injured North Korea not thrilled with the change of tone, from the Trump administration after secretary estate Mike Pompeo called out countries that are doing business. With the north despite the ongoing sanctions first lady Melania Trump distancing herself, from the president after he slammed abroad James l. i. eligible are delays and cancellations. Continue due to weekend trackwork in sports the Yankees lost to the Red Sox won the Mets are leading the Braves wanted nothing in the fifth, eighty four degrees under, a clear sky Saturday August fourth good evening I'm Kevin ring count WCBS news time eight thirty one CBS news. Update officials in Venezuela failed attack on that country's left as. President Nicolas Maduro let's say he was, giving a speech, at a military event when explosives carried by drones detonated, nearby he wasn't hurt but some national guard troops apparently were BBC correspondent Duncan goalless Donnie watched video. Of all this can see people dispersing away after we now believe was an it's on Nicolas Madura as life that is coming, from the, communications minister. Who said, that explosive drones were thrown towards stats events CBS news military analyst Mike lions take the small commercially available drones and at very small to you've got. Your creative and a willing type attacker who wants to make a of splash and I think. It's going to force them to look, at what, is, happening in. The airspace Venezuela's economy, is in shambles, CBS news update Date I'm Sam Litzinger eight thirty two at WCBS North Korea not really thrilled, with the, change of. Tone from, the Trump administration while the president has talked highly of the north the secretary of state Mike Pompeo admits there are some problems says Russia and China. Have been helping the north despite sanctions he issued a warning anyway elation that detracts from the. World's goal of finally fully denuclearizing North Korea Would be something that America would take very seriously North Korea called. His comments alarming sanctions against Iran or back in fact, a result of President Trump's decision to. Withdraw from the nuclear deal the first round the. Sanction limits then have been scaled back now are. Rods access to US dollars. It's trading gold and other commodities as well as its car industry the second round of. Sanctions will target Iran's oil industry that. Is set to be reimposed in November this week the president floated the idea of meeting with Iran's president Hassan Ronnie after the two exchange threats first lady. Melania Trump not really backing her husband the president slammed. LeBron James on Twitter last night she released a statement today complimenting. Him for his work on behalf of children and, even offered to visit, the school he recently opened for at risk children I'm truly exciting NBA star LeBron James appeared on. CNN this week to talk, about opening a new school for disadvantaged youth in his hometown of act Grin Ohio but the conversation quickly turned to President Trump and what I noticed over the last few months That is kinda use sport to kind of divide the president. Responded on Twitter last night writing LeBron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television Don lemon he made LeBron Looksmart which, isn't? Easy to do that CBS correspondent. Zhang protests and counter protests broke out downtown Portland, on one side right wing activist on the other antifa but as we hear from Jennifer. Dowling with KO I n other people join them members that are not affiliated with antifa with this group. They, simply do not believe in the release of. The patriot group which has been associated. With the outright however please. Here not taking, any chances on this they are dressed in their swat year they are ready to go they have. Said we're not messing around. And we see any kind of weapon or any kind of disturbance taking action and they. Just did that, they, just shut down the pedestrian walkways here to previous events held by the alt-right group patriot pre Rare also ended in violent clashes the president ended the DACA program on Friday a federal judge ruled. The administration must fully restore judge John Bates of the US district court of the district of Columbia says the White House says you have to justify its proposal to end the DACA program which allowed some eight hundred thousand people brought to the. US as kids to receive deportation deferrals and work permits Baid says in his opinion that decision to rescind the program was arbitrary and, that? If the administration wishes to continue. It's going to have to provide a rational explanation, for doing so the judge gave the administration twenty days to appeal Bill Rakoff CBS news. Washington the double are in the process of installing a federally mandated safety system positive train control but it's. Running, out of time and that's causing delays and. Cancellations if Long Island Rail road riders. Need a primer on positive. Train control all, they need to do is go upstairs and ask New Jersey transit riders who've been dealing with the. Resulting schedule changes and cancellations. For a few months now assistant will hopefully bring about some more safety is it'll be. Able to Slow down or stop a train but it means delays in changes in the short term, on the Long Island railroad half as many trains are running this week in on the port Washington brand I understand the tracks needs to be fixed it when you do maintenance but, it is tough, because we're twenty four seven city Christie says her usual Saturday right out to q. gardens, has been steadily getting longer now over an hour a separate project is making things tough for Ronkonkoma branch riders bosses are replacing, all trains, this, weekend and every weekend this month between hicksville and Ronkonkoma they worked to, put it in, another track through the area the Babylon and far Rockaway branches we'll. Be seeing some changes this coming week as well at Penn, station Steve, burns WCBS NewsRadio.
Scott Baio took polygraph tests to refute Nicole Eggert's claims of sexual assault
"On this channel in ten CBS news update. Top officials of the various US intelligence agencies and homeland security gathered in the White House briefing room today to make it clear the administration. Plans of vast government wide effort to protect the cornerstone of American democracy the elections from Russia meddling and anything else you acknowledged the threat is real it. Is continuing and we're doing everything we can to have a legitimate election that the people can have trust in, director of national intelligence Dan Coats more from CDS is director of national intelligence made clear that Russia and other countries continued, to try to stabilize. The political process in this country and the, head, of US cyber. Command essentially made. Clear that he has been given orders, that if need be he can take offensive measures against those countries that are attempting to hack into the United States or to it's election system national security agency director Paul. Nakasone dodged a question about cyber offensive deterrence CBS news update I'm Jim shanavie KCBS news time eight thirty two Stanford researchers are working on a way to help children with autism understand and respond to other people's facial expressions KCBS is gentlemen. Reports it involves the, wearable. Computer Google glass and a? Smartphone app the first. Kids to try it out called it their superpower the camera facing out sends images of the other person's face to the app and the. Tiny screen facing in displays a description for the wearer to read like happy surprise or sad Dennis wall is associate professor of pediatrics psychiatry and biomedical data. Sciences at Stanford he says what kids in the feasability phase of autism glass have learned is twofold they're learning, that there's something cool about faces and they're learning how to differentiate which emotions are being displayed they also showed improvement in, social responsiveness but well. Cautions there was no control group against which, researchers, could compare those. Scores bottom line We see that the kids take well to if they are getting better and these are encouraging signs but more work must be. Done before we can definitively. Conclude that the devices intervening the way we hope it will the autism glass project at Stanford is recruiting families to. Help advance this research. Lane KCBS Californians applying for, real ID's have turned into a. Real headache for those waiting and DMV lines across, the bay, area but, now as, KCBS is making gold's be reports the department of motor vehicles is opening even more locations on Saturday they've added Daly city Elsa Reto San Jose's Santa Teresa location. And Vallejo to the list of eleven, bay area locations that have already been. Opened on, Saturday since June we won't be continuing that service every Saturday from eight. To five you know we hope that this will be a way to help ease some of the extra. Time that customers are spending DNV Artemio, armenta who speaks, for the DMV says they've seen more and more people come in. Every weekend Since they started the Saturday hours and they expect that to continue. This weekend so if you do come in to get your real ID card necessary for domestic flights, starting in the fall of twenty twenty or men says do your homework we want, to stress to customers if you're. Applying for real I d make sure that you take a look at the necessary documents I we wanna make sure they're prepared and that they don't have a surprise at once or their realized that they. Don't have the necessary document because that is not. How you want to spend your Saturday making gold speak KCBS I. Came sexual abuse allegations against actor Scott Baio and now he himself has gone to the police claiming his former co star Nicole Egger is harassing him more from John. Baird with our all news sister station KNX in Los Angeles actor. Scott bail, says she won't let up he claims his former Charles in charge co star Nicole Eggert continues to hassle him and his family she calls me a rapist child molester almost daily bail and Eggert worked on the show Together three decades ago but just recently back in February she accused him, of sexually assaulting her when she was a minor he, denied it and. Said they had a consensual sexual. Relationship only after Eggert turned, eighteen the LA county DA declined to file charges against bail but he. Says, the harassment goes on is done it by conspiring in organized an endless campaign that has exceeded all boundaries of the way decent people behave towards each or says he doesn't wanna fight he wants this, all to end I'm. Going to be fifty eight years old, I have, a wonderful life I wanna live he claims she has recently taken five separate polygraph tests from two different examiners and passed all of them Eggert's attorney has not responded to requests for comment. Pope Francis has, changed the Catholic churches. Teachings to take a stricter stance on the death, penalty. The Vatican announcing today that Francis had changed. The name of the church which previously allowed for capital punishment in cases where it was The only possible way to defend. Human lives but the new teaching says. The death penalty is an attack on the inherent dignity of all people Francis says the old policy was outdated and there are other ways to protect society KCBS news time eight, thirty six Jim got. Courtside tickets tonight UN can't plans. Hi Jim grab a bite later can-do very. Important plans Jim can you. Work late tonight. Sorry it's. A really big night.
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"Wdbo our top local story tonight ucf police are investigating the third sex related crime on its campus in a week investigators say a man exposed themselves to six people and performed the sex act today behind the recreation and wellness building a witness called police but the flasher ran away and the fresh green and i'm like a young girl like it's just crazy i have to like worry about my surroundings all the time and especially like i dunno like it could be any like random person just coming on here police are still investigating a similar incident that happened earlier this week in a ucf parking garage and last week a female student reported being groped on campus news ninety six point by wdbo orlando turns first for severe weather channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist eboni dion tracking and increased chance of rain for the weekend i'm tony marino things have cleared up quite a bit all the rain pushing out of the landau metro actually well out of central florida now we have some sun eighty four ninety six point five wdbo president trump is on his way to scotland is he continues his overseas trip he'll spend the evening with the first lady at the golf resort the trump turnberry earlier in the day in the uk meeting with prime minister theresa may trump stressed america's special relationship with britain a dozen russian intelligence officials being charged with trying to influence the presidential election deputy attorney general rod rosenstein said the russians hacked the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign the orlando magic have joined a growing list of sports franchises suspending relations with papa john's after the pizza chains founder used a racial slur during a conference call orlando magic chief communications officer joel glass in a statement today saying the magic in no way shape or form condone the actions of papa john's chairman and thus after review made the decision to suspend suspend the partnership mark remillard has more john says it's pulling founder john schneider's image from marketing materials after reports say he used a racial slur during a conference call in may schneider has long been the face of the company but he'd already been removed from some materials by late friday morning schneider stepped down as chairman of the company's board this week he stepped down as ceo earlier this year and despite the fall out the company says it has no plans to change its name the tampa bay rays in miami marlins have done on the same thing you can use the open mic in the news ninety six point five wdbo app let us know what you think even more people being pulled from the water at volusia county beaches today beach safety telling us they want you to be mindful of rip currents if you're headed to the beach this weekend extremely large crowds so we're telling people you know that's our main issues for the weekend here bush county recurrence they're also reminding beachgoers that alcohol is strictly prohibited even in plastic containers eight thirty two at news ninety six point five wd meet mike lester of talon wealth management the reason i really really liked to sit down with individuals is everybody's situation is different you have to find a way to navigate through all the information and then coming up with that list of what you need well applies to you very very specifically take a moment to sit down and look at what you're doing and let's make sure that your plan is.
Thailand cave rescue: How can rescuers free the boys?
"In their coach out of that flooded cave in thailand let's go to cbs cbs news update the jubilation over the discovery of twelve boys and their soccer coach and a flooding cave in thailand has turned to concern over how to get them out cbs has ben tracy is in xiang ride after either bring the boys out the same way the rescuers went in which were trained maybe feels divers wearing dive mass winning through these narrow passageways cave or the other option is they simply leave the boys in there until the floodwaters decided where they can get out the problem with that is there's more heavy rain in the forecast and you know that could be it could be months they just don't know reporter howard johnson is on the scene this is the rainy season it lost till the end of september or october so if it starts raining heavily again the levels could go up despite all the pumping efforts down the hill air is a report thai police make consider charges against the coach for leading the boys into the cave a week and a half ago cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez listening to newsradio nine fifty wwe news times eight thirty two here's a train derailment right in downtown kalamazoo causing a.
Karen Moskow, Twitter and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Twitter this is a bloomberg business flash and i'm karen moskow as c everette across global equities with european stocks and us futures following a slump in asia the start of a crunch week for global trade political risks are dragging the euro and pound down and dollar strength roiling emerging assets we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on bloomberg snp futures are down thirteen points dow futures down one hundred thirty three nasdaq futures down forty five the dax in germany's down a third of a percent can your treasury up eight thirty seconds yield two point two percent the yield on the two year two point five one percent nymex crude oil.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News time eight thirty two time for traffic and transit on the twos and a good evening to you john we're going to start out on the blue route four seventy six southbound this is approaching media swarthmore we have some debris taking out the left lane got reports of possibly being some logs in the road and that was causing a little bit of the lay but that has been cleared so once again blue it four seventy six southbound approaching media swath more we're in good shape no lanes have been taken out and the debris is out of there now in bucks county we've got some pretty heavy delays out on northbound ninety five it's academy street road only the right lane gets by overnight construction roughly a twenty five to thirty minute commute leading up to and through that work patterns give yourself some extra time here now also into bucks county at second street pike and bristol road and upper southampton we've got a pretty nasty accidents i try to avoid that area if you can and also from an at and t phone force tips are reports of traffic lights out on lincoln highway in st road intrigue votes so just use caution in that area otherwise here in center city on the vine street expressway just generally slow in both directions due to the rainfall schuylkill expressway we're seeing some volume eastbound from around the blue route four seventy six past the conshohocken curve and then on down from girard to the vine street expressway westbound a little bit slow from after university of the south new jersey heading down to the jersey shore not too bad at this time forty two south is a little bit slow after fifty five on the rise to ninety five looks good seventy and seventy three are in good shape through south jersey mass transit no reported delays i'm in toronto in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center compete news time eight thirty three new jersey's ongoing budget debate could entangle casinos race tracks arguably during their busy season if a potential state.
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"Are the top stories on newsradio wbz president trump on twitter retracted his endorsement of g seven statement more just ahead from cbs news an indiana woman accused of inappropriate contact with a fifteen year old boy five of the candidates who seek to unseat mayor emanuel took their messages to voters at a church on the south side and a reduction in opioid prescriptions may go unnoticed by patients who suffer chronic pain m sport is george often the red sox beat carlos or on the white sox four two cubs blanked the pirates to nothing by john lester justify won the triple crown mainly cloudy tonight with areas of dense fog a shower or thunderstorm by dawn it's eight thirty one cbs news update president trump arrived late for gender equality meeting an international summit prompting canadian prime minister justin trudeau to kick it off without waiting for what he called stragglers to arrive mr trump created distraction when he walked in late for the session during the g seven meeting in quebec now he tweets he won't sign onto a post meeting communique because he doesn't like trudeau's threats of retaliatory tariffs i don't want to hurt american workers they're our neighbors there are friends with my job is to stand up for canadian workers canadian interests and i will do that without flinching the president says the shaman went okay i will say it was not contentious what was strong was the language that this cannot go on but the relationships are very good whether it be president macron with justin justin did a really good job mr trump is now heading to a meeting with north korean leader kim jong un in singapore cbs news update i'm sam litzinger news time eight thirty two and the news watch continues a south haven indiana woman is accused of inappropriate contact with a fifteen year old boy and a thirty say that the case has ties to churches in indiana and michigan twenty nine year old valerie clay ball was charged with felony sexual misconduct with a child in puerto county after the fifteen year old boys mother went to police the mother's ex husband had been dating the woman prosecutors say but broke it off because she allegedly became involved with the man sun and the times of northwest indiana reports members of two churches in indiana and.
White House, President and Twitter discussed on WBBM Evening News
"The nba title and many players so they weren't gonna show up at the white house obviously this who's another situation where a team had a lot of players who have our outspoken against the president and said they were not going to go to the white house cbs news update i'm pam coulter wbz news time eight thirty two it's been twenty four days since i lady melania trump was seen in public today she attended a white house event honoring gold star families in her first appearance since undergoing a kidney procedure video posted on twitter shows the first lady strolling into the east room accompanied by the president an eighteen year old has just graduated from naperville north high school with a perfect attendance record spanning all twelve years wbz 'em steve miller reports first off mike mccabe says he's grateful his son mark was healthy enough to not miss school mike mccabe says the family is blessed and lucky and beyond that he says they're proud of mark's determination or like any kid he had opportunities to miss school here and there probably temptations along the way but never failed to answer the every day mccabe says his son's classmates toyed with an idea that would have blemished marks record i know that some of his friends i guess which is talking about possibly making him the the target of a senior prank and keeping them out of school but he's never it never came to pass mark mckay get uic and his father says as a student athlete mark already knows he'll miss a few classes steve miller newsradio one oh five point nine fm chicago police say they're questioning three people after finding an eleven year old boy shot dead in the west pullman neighborhood on the far south side willard roberts works across the street from the crime scene he tells cbs to the whole neighborhood hard go out with something occurs police say they're investigating all possible motives including domestic related the sheriff's deputy who didn't confront the shooter who killed seventeen people at parkland florida high school is talking about what happened that day scott peterson has been widely criticized for his actions that day.
Florida, Indiana Middle School and Murder discussed on The Mark Arum Show
"The gulf coast beaches the georgia coast florida over main in the metro area kind of interesting parts of his pattern is that you can not necessarily get a lot of advanced warning in this kind of pattern that the skies are about to open up you'll go from just cloudy and kind of benign or even a little bit of sun to a big deluge and then back again wsb meteorologist kirk mellish tells us a flash flood watch has been issued for most of georgia alberto has become the first name tropical storm of the season witnesses say a hero teacher charged at the student firing a gun inside an indiana middle school stopping another massacre here seventhgrader ethan stone breaker weren't for him we could have a lot of us could have been hurt he pretty much protected all of us the teacher identified as jason semen a young science teacher he's recovering after surgery and other student also hurt a teen gunman is in custody a hit man convicted in the murder of a buckhead socialite thirty years ago has been released from prison philip harwood now a free man after serving a twenty year sentence authorities believe harwood was hired by lita sullivan husband james to have leader killed the retractable roof at mercedes mercedesbenz is scheduled to be open for atlanta united next weekend a one missing piece to atlanta's one and a half billion dollar venue now officials with mercedes benz stadium say the final construction phase for the roof will start on tuesday that means it'll have to be open and locked for ten days to work on the automation of the eight giant pedals that make up the structure that is not the last hurdle though once those ten days are up final commissioning we'll take a few more weeks the stadium opened last august jay black wsb news time eight thirty two wsb meteorologist kirk mellish mean to you kurt for faster like the five days that you could get another wsb advantage i mean he's spot.
Kirk Mellish, Fox and Mike Pompeo discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Six i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish southern suburbs like when i see on seventy five henry into clayton six seventy five north of stockbridge i eighty five nothing more than a tap of the brakes as you approach the south side perimeter out of union city in fairburn back to the rough ride and other northern suburbs next smilin' mark mckay wsb news time is eight thirty two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham president trump wants to the department of justice to open an investigation into whether the fbi under the obama administration snooped on his campaign congressman adam schiff tells abc's meet the press the president's claims are not based on fact as claimed by the presence suggestion by giuliani that there is a political spy embedded in the trump campaign is nonsense wsb political analyst bill crane says the president has a purpose behind these allegations distraction i think when you've seen has earlier attempts to somewhat discredit the agency the fbi being overly politicized he's not sure the president can directly order a department of justice investigation the president's attorney rudy giuliani says the russia investigation could wrap up and a few months he claims special counsel robert muller said he could in the pro by september if the president agrees to an interview in july us unveils its so called plan b for iran today secretary of state mike pompeo will lay out a new strategy after the us angered several allies this month by pulling out of the iran nuclear deal plans expected to include global pressure on iran to enter into negotiations to end its nuclear program president trump has claimed the current deal doesn't sufficiently punish iran or keep it from developing nuclear weapon wsb news time eight thirty three treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the trade war between the us and china is on hold for now hearing on fox news.
Growing concerns over flammable liquids stored in power plant threatened by lava
"Time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs say may tenth two thousand eighteen coming up on kcbs san francisco tries to tackle the growing problem of open drug use among bart rider lava on hawaii now threatening a power plant i'm stand bunk i'm susan lee taylor say thirty one bs news special report president trump tweets his summit with north korean leader kim jong un will be june twelfth in singapore he touched on it earlier today we have the location set we will see if we can do something that people did not think was going to happen for many many years and a lot of bad things could have happened in between he's praised kim and believes north korea is now serious about denuclearization i really think he wants to do something i think he did this because i really think he wants to do something and bring that country into the real world i really believe that the president commented early this morning after welcoming three americans who were freed by north korea vice president mike pence told cbs margaret brennan they're receiving detail medical attention and have since they were wheels up from north korea but all of them were in such good spirits cbs news special report i'm steve kathan kcbs news time eight thirty two lava shooting through another crack on hawaii's big island is threatening a nearby power plant it's now been a week since lava i burst from the ground outside killer way of volcano and there are now now fifteen fishers lava flow has covered one hundred sixteen acres destroyed thirty six buildings cbs news carter evans has more on the growing concern about that threaten power plant danger isn't just that underground lava oozing from those cracks in the ground geologist also say there's an increasing chance of explosions in the volcanoes main crater sounded like a massive blow torch fiery lava from kill away a continued relentless crawl down.
4-year-old superhero using his power to feed the homeless
"News one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs it's friday night may four twenty eighteen and coming up on kcbs earthquakes eruptions and evacuations on the island of hawaii new plans to develop a historic park in berkeley la inches toward finding a new police chief and chevron reaches terms with richmond for a lawsuit kcbs news time cbs news update the big island rocking and rolling for a second night as a magnitude six point nine earthquake has hit related to the current eruption of the killer way of volcano that send a torrent of magma through a housing development cbs's carter evans is there kevin nine hundred eighteen hundred people have been evacuated a lot of them are elderly people this is a retirement community a lot of people have evacuated in are warning people to stay that if they stay they made not be able to come rescue them this all started earlier in the week when a volcanic vent collapsed redirecting a lab of flow underground that bubbled up under the lay lonnie community usgs geophysicist michael poland so for now oxide levels in the area are quite high so while the threats to life on from lava flows may not be that great because you can get away from this fairly easily anyone with respiratory problems we'll certainly be feeling the effects of the esotique gases so far no casualties reported cbs news update i'm jim shanavie kcbs news time now is eight thirty two time to tell you about a president and his story of hope only this chief executive is only four years old steve hartman found him in the deep south while on the road he's faster than a speeding stroller more adorable than a wet kitten and able to get a strangers attention with a single courtesy this is america's latest superhero and the only superhero with the power to feed the homeless.
"What's going on?" Rare form of eye cancer detected in two groups in two states
"One oh six nine am seven forty case monday pro thirtieth two thousand eighteen coming up on kcbs stock was scooter companies face a deadline today to submit an operation plan to san francisco searchers sound the alarm at two parts of the country where a rare type of cancer is on the rise and a migrant caravan made its way through mexico but is stopped at the us border it's eight thirty one cbs news update hundreds of central american migrants are at the us border with mexico looking to crossover i am going to turn myself in and ask for xilin to enter the united states and ask them to respect the rights of the migrant will the process could be slow so cbs's mario via reality in tijuana asylumseekers need to prove they have a credible fear of persecution in their home country if they passed that initial interview they will have to make their case to a judge who ends up determining whether to grant asylum or not but caravan drew the attention of president trump has traveled up through mexico this month he vowed to stop it and members of his cabinet promised a swift response cbs's hanadova us officials have said they will prosecute any migrants who make false statements when applying for asylum fifty asylumseekers did make it over a bridge to a us inspection facility on mexican soil cbs news update i'm steve kaffa kcbs news time eight thirty two researchers are looking into what could be causing multiple cases of a rare i cancers in people in a couple of state it's the first group discovered in huntersville north carolina and a second group has been found in auburn alabama cbs's anna werner takes a closer look at what's behind these cases of ocular melanoma cancer is so rare doctors say having a group of four younger women is unusual but what is even more striking is that all four of them attended auburn university in the same timeframe and three of them were and our friends friends often have something in common but in this group it's something no one would envy they all developed a rare cancer called ocular melanoma julie green was first at age twenty seven she saw odd flashes of light hey said there is a.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on WDRC
"Twenty three to twenty five on the westbound side exit twenty five to twenty six i'm gary lee horn and thank you thank you gary it is eight thirty two as far as our weather goes today my dear friends little little rain early and this afternoon is supposed to to clear up we could have a little rain later on but the weekend looks looks terrific really really does tonight partly cloudy lows around forty eight tomorrow sunny and warmer and again on on sunday there's saying the same thing so it looks like a saturday and sunday is going to be pretty pretty nice weather a warm sunny up around seventy two degrees and right now we have got mansfield at thirty two meriden the thirty three hartford and waterbury at thirty six at degrees my friends i have a question for you this morning i've asked you this question before when the time comes for you to purchase a memorial for a loved one would you rather speak with a commission salesperson or with a person who is actually going to design and manufacture that memorial.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News time eight thirty two time for traffic and transit on the twos and good evening to you john let's start out on the westbound schuylkill expressway this just coming into the traffic center just after thirtieth we have an accident taking out the left lane it's making things slow as you head on by once again this is seventy six west just after thirtieth accident just went down in the left lane so we'll keep you posted on that one otherwise eastbound on the schuylkill expressway we're in good shape at this hour we're still awaiting on overnight construction so we'll keep you posted on that one vine street expressway westbound is just generally jammed that's all volume as emerged to the schuylkill at this hour now let's head out to bucks county southbound ninety five between four thirteen and street road only the left lane is getting by that's all for a painting project so it's heavily jammed throughout this work pattern give yourself some extra time they're also inbox route one northbound between route thirteen and route thirty to write lincoln struction that will also last until around five o'clock in the morning now out on the roosevelt boulevard this is northbound at langdon street crews are still cleaning up an accident in the inner drive and it's making things heavy as you travel on by so we'll keep you posted on that one as well once again this is the boulevard northbound at language streak got an accident there and out in delaware county garnet valley three twenty two between featherbed lane and smith bridge road flags on the scene overnight so do watch out for delays as well area bridges are checking out okay that includes the walt whitman and the ben franklin burlington bristol bridge that is heavy in both directions due to construction midspan crews will be alternating lanes until around five o'clock in the morning south jersey roads we do have one work pattern it's forty two southbound between one thirty and two ninety five two lanes are blocked overnight road work and because of this the ran from forty two south to to ninety five north closed in detoured i'm pete in toronto in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center compete news time eight thirty three celebrating a villanova national championship gyi w coverage is sponsored by evolve ip microsoft oh three sixty five with three free months of backup but.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Eight thirty two here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham continuing our team coverage of the severe weather there's significant damage in northern alabama wsb's bill caiaccio reports live college students survive after a possible tornado hits the campus of jacksonville state university yeah john this j s student takes cover in a closet with nine classmates closet when all of a sudden we just hear a windows shatter he says the roof was ripped off her apartment building there's also major damage to the schools arena in cullman alabama this woman is thankful she and her family survived say our houses still standing basically destroyed inside alabama's governor sending state resources to calhoun county were dozens of buildings are damaged or destroyed live in the stormcenter bill caiaccio wsb new this morning investigators look for any connection between the mornings package bomb at a fedex facility in schertz texas and the previous four bombs about an hour away in all standards police lieutenant manny costs has says one worker was injured by the sound of the blast the package you said to have been headed to the austin area abc's jim ryan says investigators are assuming sunday's bomb involving a trip wire is connected to the previous three package bombs to people have been killed at least four others injured brother of the florida school shooting suspects arrested for trespassing at the same school eighteen year old zachary cruise was found skateboarding on the grounds of marjory stoneman douglas high even after he was told to stay away told officers he wanted to reflect on the shooting and soak it in nncholas crews could face the death penalty for last month's attack that killed seventeen people wsb news time eight thirty three even after weekend twitter attacks from the president again special counsel bob muller white house spokesman hogan gidley claims are no conversations or discussions about removing from but the latest hire for mr trump's legal team claims the justice department is trying to frame the president in the russian investigation president trump says he is ready to get tough to fight the opioid epidemic unless you do that unless you have really really powerful penalties led by the death penalty we are going to get nowhere the admits the country might not be ready for such strict measures he also wants a public relations campaign with i opening images to get kids attention and he's pushing for a crackdown on sanctuary city eleven siblings held captive for years inside their parents california home have now all been released from the hospital now the youngest turpin children have been placed in.
"eight thirty seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The world of business 29 minutes left in today's trading session here his charlie pellett i thank you very much carol massar what's going on of a word fade we got the dow the sp yes there harvard well off our session highs stocks all but a racing again the top one percent maintaining up pattern trace for poor days as investors grapple with the threat of higher interest rates treasuries rose the dollar slumped the a ten year of eight thirty seconds yield two point nine two percent sp up four now higher by two tenths of one percent the dow of 175 up seventenths of one percent nasdaq is retreating five down one tenth of one percent kevin hassid chairman of the council of economic advisers says right now the us economy is about as solid as before the crash speaking at the white house briefing carried live here on bloomberg television and radio he also said we can get the three percent growth without boosting inflation he also answer the question about the rising stock market and the success of president trump's economic policy it is a great forward looking cater because the value at verb is basically the market's assessment of the present value of future earnings aftertax served recast bloat and so you just waiting for the ups and downs the stock market is a great indicator but of course they're going to be big up days and big down days in the shortterm memorandum walker there's a big literature on this that your best guess what the stock market's going to do tomorrow is to flip the coin and then that'll tell you the answer but in the longrun economic policy matters on right now us stocks are mixed with the s p up four up twotenths of 1 percent gold up five tenths of one percent 13th thirty the ounce the dow holding onto a gain of one hundred seventy nine up seventenths of 1 percent nasdaq retreating sweep points down about one tenth of one percent i'm charlie pellett and that is a bloomberg business flash charlie pellett thank you so much you are listening tip amac radio good.