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Dallas Weather: Spotty Evening Storms, A Hot and Humid Weekend
"From the KRLD whether it's center to day up to the low nineties few late day storms south and east of the metroplex and humid tonight get down to around seventy tomorrow partly cloudy breezy humid again a few afternoon evening storms battered twenty to thirty percent chance and then over the weekend again we could have afternoon and evening storms with pretty much low nineties heat index to the upper nineties thanks to the humidity right now it's eighty nine degrees at
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is eighty nine degrees at five o'clock good evening I'm David Jennings of the news sponsored buying cars for kids Jack in the traffic on the expressway isn't always there are no major delays to speak up on the weather front there is a significant weather advisory right now for central cook county until five thirty strong thunderstorms over brook field and heading to the northeast at about thirty miles an hour there could be winds in that particular storm of up to forty five miles an hour checking the rest of the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here is meteorologist Mike Cameron act for mix of sun and clouds today warm and muggy with some afternoon thunderstorms developing the B. scattered about the area high of ninety one southwest winds of ten to twenty miles per hour scattered thunderstorms tonight low sixty nine for tomorrow Sunday leftover shower or two otherwise partly sunny and dry high of eighty seven Monday partly sunny warm humid scattered afternoon storms once again high around ninety degrees on Tuesday partly sunny not as warm high of eighty five and on Wednesday partly cloudy high seventy nine from the WGN weather center my camera was department of public health says the state picked up six hundred and thirty four new covert nineteen cases since yesterday and forty five more people lost their lives to the disease it raises the total cases statewide two hundred and six thirty hundred and thirty six thousand one hundred plus and sixty six hundred and twenty five deaths since the beginning of the pandemic also almost twenty six thousand new Colbert nineteen tests have been run since Friday white prison inmates across Illinois are getting their sentences shortened during the corona virus pandemic at a higher rate than black inmates an analysis of public data by the prison reform group restore justice shows about thirty four hundred people were released early from Illinois prisons between March first and June fourth forty six percent of inmates released early were black even though black inmates make up fifty four percent of the state prison population meanwhile forty three percent of inmates who were released early were white even the whites make up about thirty two percent of the prison population the Illinois department of corrections did not immediately respond to questions from the Associated Press about the racial disparities podcaster WGN news last week the first year report card was issued on.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seventy five thank you for my logic construction on Gandhi and you're coming off the bridge of making the trip down memory also working on the someone in the eastbound direction from Gandhi through to willow five major Springer news radio WFLA. the humidity is that a bit of a comeback so definitely felt a little hotter today this evening I'll be warm to upper eighties under partly cloudy skies stray shower not impossible but not formal seventy four degrees to start the day on Friday plenty of sun fast warm up ninety four a high very dry air a lot so the rain chances really are less than ten percent for Saturday a high of ninety one degrees low of seventy four continued partly cloudy a ten percent rain chance for Sunday high of eighty nine degrees same for Monday southeast winds five to ten knots for the voter sees wanted to a like choppy waters I'm eternally chief meteorologist Steve German news radio WFLA now streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at. maintaining your lawn right way this false starts with lows because Lowe's has the grass seed and fertilizer perfect for your growing area and the know how to help you do it right and a great savings of the fifteen dollars off select Scott's grassy in say five dollars and twelve and a half pound bag of Scotts turf builder winterguard fall launch now fourteen ninety seven for all your for projects do it right for less start with low valid for ten to selection and availability vary by location was only. the special operations from Preston Mary J. Blige. Justin Timberlake in Shawn Mendes shaman. the Backstreet. the performance is priceless backstage moment still miss the radio music festivals greatest moments. Sunday night at eight am on CW forty four Tampa Bay. Morgan Morgan dial pound five to nine on your cell phone all that's all.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The care of the weather center and right now eighty nine degrees at eleven twenty no matter when you get in the car were the only station that brings you news traffic and weather all day newsradio ten eighty KRLD the company behind the painkiller oxycontin has filed for bankruptcy the filing by Purdue pharma comes after the firm reached a tentative settlement with thousands literally state and local governments that have gone to court about the opioid epidemic Dr Andrew Kolodny is co director of the opioid policy center at Brandeis University sweet and nice to see the company that played a major role in causing our opioid addiction epidemic go bankrupt at the same time it's a shame that they're going bankrupt without having really paid back the states are really complicated anyway for public health Hastert see that day because the Arlington GM plant one of the factories and distribution centers sitting idle at the moment the United auto workers walked out overnight the first strike against General Motors in about twelve years talks scheduled today CBS's automotive expert Jeff Gilbert in Detroit talked about it on KRLD this morning. how far apart are the two sides right now well if you talk to the U. A. W. they're significantly far apart on issues like wages healthcare use of temporary workers things like that if you talk to GM GM says we made a good proposal was significant weight just significant job security guarantees and a number of new investments in new jobs so we'll see what happens whether this is going to be a long strike or short one most analysts are saying most likely a week or two this is not really a surprise I I know I'm hearing from a lot of auto workers who say they've kind of seen this coming and they've been preparing. exactly there there is anger among the auto workers on two fronts one they're angry with GM for plant closings too many are angry with their own union because of some of the corruption issues that come up with you know nine ten people facing indictments and most of those people already pleading guilty the other corruption probe which some say is extended to the very top of the union so because of that their spot that a strike is almost needed to get a contract ratified so just about everybody was watching these negotiations saw this coming it it impacts all of GM's plants nationwide assembly plants parts plants transmission plants etcetera will likely affect suppliers as well big impact in your area with the Arlington plant and that plan is actually one of the key plants in this strike because GM has a stockpile of a lot of vehicle but not necessarily the vehicles made there because those big SUVs are transitioning to a new models your plan is going to be the ones that you know could actually factor in putting some pressure on GM I know it's early yet but do we have any reports at at any of these plants of of anyone crossing the picket lines not at this point I mean generally speaking in the situation of the plants just shut down so there wouldn't be anything for them to cross the picket lines to do that is Jeff Gilbert of CBS news joining us on the K. are all the news line from Detroit the public library system in Dallas not just a library any longer the Dallas public library wants you to get your creative juices flowing the library's opening three maker spaces called creative spaces the story center fielders podcasting studios video editing bays.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eighty nine degrees at eleven OO three I'm Jay are cool the news radio ten eighty KRLD Rowlett police are crediting a great grandmother for ending an amber alert this morning late last night two year old king Henry was taken from his aunt's home according to Rowlett police the ad has legal custody of king king's biological mother allegedly took the child Rowlett police officer Cruz Hernandez says overnight police talk to the mom about returning the child Hernandez says when he was not where he told police he'd meet them they issued the amber alert shortly after four this morning enter king's great grandfather great grandmother says that once she saw the amber alert she got involved there and she was able to stay because he of the child and got him to police Hernandez says so far there have been no arrests in the case is still under investigation Charlie Hodges newsradio ten eighty K. R. L. B. former Texas running back Cedric Benson is dead he was involved in a motorcycle accident late last night in Austin report from TMZ say his bike collided with a minivan a passenger on the motorcycle who has not been identified also died now the latest on the search for a missing man on lake ray Hubbard NBC five reports Dallas fire rescue and Texas parks and wildlife searched for Santiago Hernandez who went missing while writing a personal watercraft on lake ray Hubbard Friday DFR crews responding to a call that said a man reportedly fell off his personal watercraft around eight twenty Friday night your I. thirty and our up the search ended at about midnight with cruise unable to find an end as though they did find the jet ski as the search resumed on Saturday Texas game wardens have said the search is gone from rescue to recovery witnesses say Hernandez was not wearing a life jacket Scott west.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Street outgoing fire department activity so everything is shut down and D. toward the north on a route seventeen as you're approaching route forty six you've got a fire causing some delays a lot of fire department activity because of that now the forecast from the WBS weather center the war in the center did a mixture of clouds and sunshine a couple of showers and thunderstorms north and west of the city hi eighty two to eighty seven across the area then showers and thunderstorms tonight some of the rain could be heavy at least before midnight and that could lead to flooding a poor drainage areas it's going to stay here but it's about a low is seventy three give it a warm tomorrow make sure clouds and sunshine and generally rain free high eighty seven degrees policy study very warm Saturday but a little less humid Saturday sigh at eighty nine degrees temperatures that range from AT and was tempted to eighty six in Fishkill city for bid to have a high of eighty five CBS news time twelve thirty more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty president trump expected to announce executive action putting a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census mandatory evacuations have been ordered in some coastal Louisiana towns ahead of a possible hurricane this weekend checking the Dow on Wall Street is up a hundred make that two hundred points up over twenty seven thousand and twenty seven thousand sixty house guests may have deliberately set a fire in queens killing himself in a six year old girl sports Serena Williams advances to the Wimbledon final so take on Romanian Simona Halep eighty three and fair on Thursday July eleventh two thousand nineteen good afternoon I'm Pat foreign act W. CBS news time twelve thirty one president trump is expected to take executive action today regarding his citizenship question on the twenty twenty census CBS political analyst Leonard Stein horn says that's not going to be easy Democrats are opposed to it Nancy Pelosi will push against it this is going to be challenged in the courts they're going to be a number of people who will basically add their voices to the breeze challenging this CBS correspondent Ben Tracy says a fight in the courts could work though in Mr trump's favor going after these sorts of things even if he doesn't get them accomplish does give president trump a useful foil.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"That's scheduled until tomorrow mass transit no major delays back something less than ten minutes in the cable re twenty for our traffic center I'm Brian Ramona one is whether for today mostly sunny the high reaching ninety one degrees for tonight partly cloudy but not too bad out the low seventy two and for tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy some scattered showers expected early but thunderstorms could arrive later in the day tomorrow the high reaching eighty nine degree right now it is seventy four degrees in Collingswood it's also seventy four in may fair and it's seventy at the acme in Medford sponsored by acme groceries delivered straight to your door on Netflix's unfriendly a few familiar faces hello friends will officially leave the platform after this year the hit sitcom will move to Warner media's upcoming streaming service H. B. O. Max when the new platform launches in the spring next year it will be the exclusive streaming home to all two hundred thirty six episodes of friends the announcement follows the loss of another major sit com from Netflix the office the cult favorite will live on NBC universal's upcoming streaming service following its departure from Netflix in twenty twenty one Nash Piper CBS news we wind done K. Y. W. sponsored by a national of plants where July tenth nineteen seventy four David Bowie recorded his two night stand in Philadelphia was later released as David why July tenth nineteen eighty six Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead look up at a hospital I really don't know what happened to a diabetic coma caused by an infection from an abscess tooth he came out of it five days later but had to learn how to play the guitar all over again this date in nineteen ninety two of the sci fi action movies a top secret government project universal soldiers back midnight all of July tenth two thousand fifteen I'm going to have to move my wife and child on the train from Moscow actor Omar Sharif sit down died of a heart attack eighty three it's everything you say but not enough can you bring them back three one sponsored by national appliance warehouse tax free shopping on new kitchen appliances national appliance warehouse and now money news on K. Y. W. investors will be listening intently one federal reserve board chairman J. Powell goes before the house financial services committee this morning I will spend the next two days on Capitol Hill he may indicate whether he has changed his thinking on interest rate cuts in light of last week's strong jobs report Mickey levy of Berenberg capitals hell's Bloomberg radio he doesn't see a need for rate cuts we have the lowest unemployment rate in fifty years the fed itself forecast the economy's gonna grow along potential two percent so why ease now if the economy's doing okay the fed may want to preserve some of its ammunition so it can better deal with the next downturn whenever it materializes economic indicators today will.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And, you know, honestly, whether you get trees from me or not you wanna come and take these trees because you're gonna learn a lot and in that time between now and the planting we've got time to put an irrigation. Get the design select which varieties do all do all the pre work. And then when we are trees, they're ready to go on the whole exactly now on those three ways to kill. You've got a note here you're gonna give us a little preview on some. Yeah. So there's two. Major ways in a minor way that I have seen hundreds and hundreds of trees killed first one is we cook them you put them in a very hot micro-climate. Hot micro-climate has gravel it has block walls, and you expect your tree to survive in a really really hot micro-climate. Don't put gravel around the base here. Trees, it's not a mulch. It's not going to have your trees thrive. And my one of my rules around planting fruit trees is at least a six foot diameter basin with six inches of Woody mulch that is going to help so much and come and take my classes because I discovered something this year that I believe is the silver bullet of growing fruit trees in the desert. I'm not gonna tell you today, you've got to come and take my classes, but it is something that lowers the soil temperature in August in my front yard from one hundred and forty degrees at ground level to eighty nine degrees at ground level. That I think is going to be the silver bullet of growing fruit trees in the desert. It blew me away the difference it made. So the other major way that people kill their trees is they over water them. So if you water your tree, and it looks a little droopy. What do you think needs more water? It needs more water. See what do you do you give them more water? And then it was a little more. And then what happens I really need to add a lotta water. Exactly fruit trees in the desert. If you have them planted correctly with the basins around them and my silver bullet in place. Need to be watered once a month in the winter and twice a month. In the summer, a good deep water fill up the basin with water if you're watering more than that, it's likely you're going to be killing your.
US, Brad Kavanagh and Rachel discussed on Bill Cunningham
"I'd rather get an advantage. Dr Clements come back. And yeah. Just one live on the air. Could you maybe expensive pair of tickets through the company and Ben just go heckle them? See what happened? I would not waste my voice on them Cordell. We need a Alan Cordell. Where's my practice? Logical exam. I'd rather get one of those live. What else is on the blog? Science has now proven that marijuana. Use long-term in teens has a negative impact on their brain later in life, especially with their ability to control their impulses, which suggests that teens that smoke a lot of weed are more likely to be drug addicts in the future. So there you go sake. Did you smoke any weed at Coleraine? Now. The only ones I saw were in my yard. Now that guy did do a little bit. That guy is that guy is for we'd he sits in with rocky last week in rocky looks at them like this guy. Ain't right. You know what? He's correct correct at something's wrong with that. Dude. This e hawks Earl Thomas was also fined for his obscene gesture which he sent me. One finger salute. Yes lost. Or does. He debates. The coaches is not that big of a deal coach Eric Reed kneeled for the national anthem yesterday. But the Panthers don't care much for that. Yeah. He was almost going to be a Bengal. I say just stand. That's what I say. Just Dan don't sit don't mail just saying, well, we need some sex in version on the blog. We have Amy Schumer gang arrested still the of that a woman smuggling drugs cinched, very private place prison JJ. Yes. That would be the place for JJ. And also the Michigan team brought hot brownies to school indoor swayed votes for homecoming on the blog the blog numbers through the roof on my still number one or two with a bullet Eddie in rocky vote taking you. Sorry. Was offer day off my show for three days. If you take those three days a new account, then what happens you're probably back at number one. That's what I like to hear right there because we have to dig out of the whole gotta dig out. That's why we're sinking our vacation in November thanking November ninth to the sixteen. I have I have managed to get your schedule and kick Chris's scheduled to line up. And I'm going to take vacation when you're both on vacation good segman once again, who's at the holy grail Hubbard Johnson who flip a coin one. Or the other the touchdown wins one or the other will be there right now. It's up. I have no idea. The ladies love somebody on the Bengals seven o'clock seven o'clock tonight along with Lance and lap doesn't get any better net. Especially tonight's going to be about eighty nine degrees downtown drink-up but by next week. They'll be have a cold one on for Brad Kavanagh down. While you're down read. I'm half. All of us are gangling. The media says we need to be unhappy. But I'm happy are you happy? Rachel. I'm in different. I feel like actually most of the country is probably different. Let's move on live on less than one percent of the American people care about that. Okay. Good. I'm glad I thought it was just person that on a really good night. Maybe a half million people watch CNN, maybe two million watch FOX put together it's less than three million. That means on a good night. Well, less than one percent of the American people pay attention well less than one percent, but the media access if it's the biggest thing in the world, but less than ninety nine percent. Plus don't know don't care. You know, how many people can name one US supreme court Justice twenty-five percent drilling. Seventy five percent cannot namesake. Can you name? One US supreme court Justice other than cavenaugh Ginsburg. That's pretty good can give me another one. It's. That's pretty good. Chief justices. Give me a hint come on nationals R, J R Ewing. No. Oh, geez. See my point is even well Roberts, John Roberts, right even well versed. People cannot name a supreme court Justice. So I'm not stupid. Stupid. But can you name a majority US rim court justices? I I would say, no, right, and your typical. So media goes nuts on these things. Most people don't care ninety nine percent Brad Kavanagh's in his office right now. And I so me as we ought to be. He deserves to be there. And I wish him well. What did you think Ruth's going to do to him? Once he gets on the. I mean, I think collegial I I don't know. But you know, the notorious RV she's eighty six years old and a couple of weeks ago, she could not done by the fourteenth amendment to the US constitution. If you're a judge us like basic stuff. She's losing it. What happens when she meets her maker wait for that war to begin? Here comes Amy Coney Barrett. That's what he's going to be nice. That'll be action. Rachel, thank you very much. And you'll be on the afternoon show today. Yes, I will be I'll be on with Eddie, and Sean rocky is doing a football game somewhere. Good ESPN, really loves him. I like the rock segman. Give me out of the students report. Getting ready for Julie Gunnlaug. What a women really think about about. The new supreme court Justice bread 'em Cavanaugh. We have a woman a feminist conservative feminists coming up next thing got to pay attention to this. Rachel a conservative feminist which is good at live action at honor of a beautiful hot Monday here in the tri-state the Bengals foreign one happy Columbus Day for our Canadian listeners. Happy Thanksgiving Day. It's also Joey Votto indigenous people stay we leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. So have you ever been grooving Lynette? Cam. Yeah. When was the last time? Really? Got some Gruden six years ago.
Russia, Senator Cory Gardner and Karen Pence discussed on Total Information PM
"Temperatures tonight fifty nine tomorrow, mostly sunny skies, we stay that way throughout most of the week could have a few gusty areas that maybe get a brief little isolated shower. But overall, more heat and more sunshine from CBS four, I'm meteorologist Lauren Whitney on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM mostly cloudy
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eighty nine degrees. And still to come on KRLD the Friday night lights about to begin another round of discussion about concussions as, well traffic. And weather together. On the ace NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD It's one eighteen, and it's just a matter. Of time we've got construction both ways in east Fort Worth northbound east Lupe twenty at trinity add the right lane going northbound to the, construction, today the backup pass John White possible alternate route take Randle mell up to precinct line to move north and you can go to Hearst boulevard and take that to rejoin northbound east lube eight twenty if you'd like plus southbound, east Lupe twenty at trinity the right lane, still closed for construction with a, backup past highway ten downtown Fort Worth on the ramp from westbound one Twenty-one to southbound thirty five. W. it moved but, it is still technically in a lane moved over to the, left lane, not quite as slow as it was. Before north west Dallas watch for a crash at forest end Josie also in Irving southbound towards Bush turnpike the ramp to eastbound one eighty three a stall partially blocking a lane in Frisco southbound one Twenty-one service road at legacy is still slow because of an earlier vehicle fire plus in Tehran Eastbound twenty Wilson road there's construction, in the left lane with the back at, past highway thirty four and in, Greenville eastbound thirty is closed at Wesley because of an overturned big rig and ensuing cleanup you still. Going to be kind, of slow going by but it's a quick on and off, in the, area to get back on eastbound I. Thirty I'm John little your next report at one twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen The.
PGA, Phil Mickelson and Saint Louis discussed on Helitech Waterproofing Home Improvement Show
"In, sports Phil Mickelson well failed automatically qualify. For the Ryder Cup for the first time since ninety three after. A one over seventy one left him four over for the PGA championship and well outside the
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Com you can trust the duck I'm John, little WBZ traffic weather this afternoon partly cloudy shower thunderstorm possible with a high of ninety one tonight scattered thunderstorms early then partly cloudy low seventy. One for the, weekend partly cloudy tomorrow chance of a shower or thunderstorm Saturday's high eighty nine and on Sunday increasing clouds chance of rain high of ninety in. Huntersville it is mostly sunny and eighty. Seven also eighty-seven in concord in Charlotte partly cloudy it is eighty nine degrees, a state audit says a North Carolina. State run. Wholesale and, retail liquor, distribution agency poorly managed it's outside warehouse contract for over a decade leading. To eleven point three million dollars. In additional cost the audit found that for. Thirteen years ABC commission approved price increases by. The Maryland based company pay, too ABC warehousing, that exceeded the maximum allowed in the contract the. Commission also violated state purchasing policy by approving contract renewals longer than three years. Without getting, approval from a. State contract office the Panthers won their opening, preseason game against the. Bills last night twenty eight. To twenty three before the game Cam Newton, and former Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin had an apparently tense. Conversation Benjamin was chatting with. Linebacker Thomas Davis, when Newton approached the two attempted, to shake Benjamin's hand waved away Davis then had a brief discussion with Benjamin before the, receiver began, walking away Newton followed in the talked again. The discussion ending Benjamin shrugged and. Turn to walk away Newton just waved, his hand. At the receivers back after. The game Newton declined to comment on the conversation coach Ron Rivera says Newton may have been. A little excited missing some early passes but doubted that it had anything to do with his pre-game. Discussion with Benjamin.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"T. Al I'm CVS twelve meteorologist Kate, once a, warm and muggy. Start to the. Day we'll see a thirty percent chance of spotty showers this morning and if you. Storms mainly during the afternoon otherwise partly sunny skies high temps near eighty nine degrees is one hundred are wins out of. The east at five to. Ten from ABC news this is perspective A closer look at the week's top stories and the stories you may have missed. I'm Sherry Preston Coming up lawsuits foreign against the former USC gynecologist accused, of, abuse I have a, small roaster to on the inside. Of my tho I and he said oh a pitcher for me and that immediately. Created an atmosphere Again false intimacy Inappropriate NASA divers who saved that soccer, team in Thailand, tell their, stories, absolute elation Followed very quickly with oh wait a second now we've got to. Give these kids out in a, firefighter recounts the most, difficult day of his career he went from, this beautiful bright, sunny day Doc In, fact at one point after the class, diplomacy the Hannaford your taste All ahead on perspective This week Facebook shutdown dozens of accounts for, what it called coordinated inauthentic behaviour, the move once, again prompting the question how is social? Media influencing our democracy this week ABC's Aaron Katersky sat down with our chief business economics and. Technology correspondent Rebecca Jarvis the dive further.
US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'
"Ron. Hersi eighty eight, degrees mangoni park eighty. Nine degrees in Margate congress sending a very loud message to China, in its efforts to, obtain. US technology US Senate approving a seven. Hundred sixteen billion dollar defense spending Bill. With bipartisan support the house had approved it last week President Trump says he will sign it senators are taking. Another look at foreign influence on US social media election interference, from abroad represented intolerable will salt on the democratic foundation miss Republicans built on North Carolina Republican Richard Burr says four and actors are continuing efforts to influence u. s. elections Nothing underscores that. Fact more than yesterday's announcement by Facebook that they've identified over thirty new accounts That are imposing chaos in the virtual domain Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire says she's not surprised by the recent news from Facebook now that it's not just about. Hacking into electoral systems and state registration systems it's also about sewing divisions. Within the country among politicians among average citizens the remains of what are believed to be more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war are heading home today at South Korea's Osan, airbase defense. POW m. i. a. accounting agency forensics specialist John bird says the remains appear. To be legitimate remains from the Korean war they are likely to be American remains They are quite. A lot in fact we're the largest We've ever received North Korea handed, over fifty five boxes the, Harrisburg Catholic diocese in, Pennsylvania releasing the names of seventy-one priests and religious officials. Accused of child sex, abuse since the nineteen forties Bishop Ronald gainer told reporters a new, website was launched today to provide a list of priests deacons and other officials in my own name and. In the name of the Diaz in church of Harrisburg I express profound sorrow and I apologize to the survivors of child sex abuse gainer added that they will. Waive any confidentiality rights reached as part of civil settlement I take this step so that the. Survivors can feel free to tell, their.
CBS, Ileana Douglas Douglas and Les Moonves discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Traffic northbound I five. In the express, lanes just north of Mercer there is a disabled vehicle that's taking. Up the right lane you might see a small slowdown, there the the main line not bad out of Seattle it's when you get to about. Lake City way find some minor slowdowns heading up through shoreline and Mountlake terrace we're really is jammed up is northbound I five north of the, bowing freeway past highway two and. Everett and all the way into Marysville we have slow down southbound I five from Northgate into downtown Seattle southbound highway ninety nine really struggling along Queen Anne hill as you. Head down toward the stadiums southbound four zero five rolling slow in. Bellevue, from five twenty through coal, creek Parkway northbound is tough from five twenty not, only through Kirkland but. It just remains slow up through totem lake and. Past five to two inner change it, looks like it's from some. Earlier problems that happen just North, of the five to two interchange we. Have slow down southbound, I, five, right at, the south end of Boeing field as you head down through the Duwamish curves and torture hundred at angle lake southbound one six. Seven slow go from fifteen th street southwest all the way down through Pacific and continues to be slow through Sumner southbound I five. Solid from highway eighteen down through the five curve and I. Am looking at a a significant slowdown. On highway three if you are headed from looks. Like at least the three or five interchange this. Isn't Kitsap county all the way down almost to what looks. Like Sherman hill wrote it looks like we might have a crash there and that's why it's bumper to bumper those look at traffic is. Brought to you by Staples save big on school supplies at Staples. Your back to school specialty store Staples has everything you need always in stock and at low. Prices shop for great back to school deals today your local Staples next KOMO traffic. At four thirty four KOMO forecast cooling down by the, end of the week we might not even make it to seventy degrees today though ninety. Degrees not out of the question tomorrow mid eighties lower eighties For Wednesday and mid seventy s for Thursday in Seattle right now. It's eighty nine degrees at komonews he's safe, for now CBS will keep CEO les Moonves has in place while. An outside counsel investigate sexual misconduct allegations against him the, board. Of directors for CBS met today to discuss. How to, move forward He is the. Man credited with turning around CBS green lighting his shows like everybody loves Raymond And survivor the. Head of CBS les Moonves now facing allegations of, inappropriate behavior from unwanted kissing to sexual assault, the, New Yorker, magazine, detailing allegations from six women including EMMY nominated actress and writer Ileana Douglas Douglas, telling journalists Ronan Farrow during the nineteen Ninety-seven business, meeting in his office. Moon vez began violently kissing her even pulling up her. Skirt Douglas saying the physicality was horrendous I couldn't get. Him off of me Douglas adding. Afterwards, she was fired from her show and told by Nunez she'd never work at this network again Nunez admits to, try to kiss Douglas, but denied sexually assaulting her an overnight in an interview with NPR producer dean Akhir goes says moonville has made an unwanted. Advance towards her pushing for dinner alone years ago when she was working. On launching a show he said Look you're really expensive and I need to. Know your worth it she turned him down and the show didn't watch and the conversation. Ended and he went from being very friendly to being really cold. CBS said that moon vests has no recollection of, the meeting or the phone call now the, CBS, chief, saying, in, a statement I always understood and respected and abided by the principle that no, means no and I have never misused my position, to harm or hinder. Anyone's career and this morning some publicly showing their support. The I wonder woman Linda Carter tweeting les Moonves is. A kind decent honorable man and. Sharon, Osbourne who co host the talk with Munoz's wife Julie Chen also tweeting interesting timing seems like an attempt to, discredit Leslie before a, major court case now CBS is in the middle of a heated legal battle with Viacom some alleging these claims may stem, from that Corporate dispute one unnamed CBS exact calling it corporate hardball Representative for the. Head of Viacom, responding saying any claim she is behind these allegations its faults. And self serving the CBS board saying they will fully investigate these claims, and will promptly review the findings and take appropriate action that's. ABC's Eva pilgrim Washington state's Trump island in the San Juans.
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"Sad, you're just like man I mean Paul Dougherty the, other day doc on basically said do you care Bengals season starting the worst thing that you can say is I don't care I. Think is worse I think you gotta go in with some. Degree of optimism you have. To be realistic you have to know that they're certain things that are never going to change with the franchise and. This and that but I think, as I've said you've could look at some of the potential positives and get a degree. Of optimism Lisa's how do I think it sucks especially doing. This every day if I gotta go, in, with like oh it's going to be terrible incident that. That's no good I. Can't do it it's not good. For my life seven four nine seven thousand. Eight hundred pounds seven hundred on AT and t. your thoughts on the, season coming up Sheila. Your first step what? Are you thinking my take on the Bengals I I'm going to go at thirteen and three this year thirty three. Thirteen, and thirty Andy Dalton all run run and more touchdown and he's ever had. In a season Well what was? A two thousand fifteen was the stats in front of me that was arguably his his best season he played very. Well, and, look a lot of last year, he was looking at getting killed right And so he was gun shy and look everyone knows it's no secret he's not a guy that's going to lift the rest of, the team on his shoulders and succeed in, spite of them he needs a lot of things working well and when a lot when the lines going well. Providing them time and there's a. Lot of weapons around him he can be a sufficient quarterback and I hope. That happens this year absolutely but I I. Think Marvin Lewis I think he's mingle tied Jonathan Marvin Lewis came in and it was like he was just. Bingo-type any control or his at all All right well Sheila the thirteen and three I got about Some money up I'll bet you. On that. One a Greg How. Are you, feeling, about the Bengals I feel pretty good about I mean there's you know what they showed, a lot of promise last year they make some great mood and then. We got the offensive line coach. From Dallas Greg I'm, sorry to. Interrupt, you but. The point you. Just made the offensive line coach there's people around. That team that are saying they tell me this. Was the best free agent acquisition they had. This whole forget the players. Forget cordy Glenn forget okay Billy price. That's all good but this is the most impactful off season, change this club is made and I couldn't agree more I was never a fan of. Of Alexander I thought he was he? He didn't teach the things. The mentality, I, believe that you? Need to be a great offensive. Line which, is to nasty and firing, out and coming off the ball and taking the fight He was. More of an occupy college kind of way of. Blocking and by all accounts this dude is. The real deal hopefully hopefully. It works out so your thoughts seven. Four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven, hundred on AT and t. while we check in the newsroom seven hundred w l w News traffic and weather News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly Cincinnati Asking questions about the. Meeting, in Helsinki with the five thirty reports I'm Jack crumley breaking now there's a, narrative that is developed, that somehow President Trump is weak on Russia and when in fact the secretary, of state Mike Pompeo testifying to the Senate Foreign Relations committee today answering questions about President. Trump's private meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki chairman of the committee Bob corker criticized the president for holding. A summit with Putin who's accused of, hostile actions around the world we've heard that some agreements were. Reached but as of yet have little idea what those might be even though the president has already extended an, invitation to Putin to come to Washington to discuss the implementation quote, quote of these undefined agreements word from the White House this afternoon that Putin visit. To, Washington is now apparently been pushed back to sometime next year meantime NBC news is reporting that both the transcript and the video archived by the US government of the, president's news conference with Vladimir, Putin, in Helsinki have edited a, reporter Asking Putin if he wanted Trump to win the election Putin answered yes Now, the latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center UC. Health providing our region with. The most advanced treatments for brain and spine big time backup right now southbound four seventy one is heavy from the Big Mac all. The way down to two seventy five eastbound two seventy five in Kentucky, you're backed up from. 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Police say they have a fifteen year old in custody, facing multiple charges including rape and kidnapping the teen allegedly forced women into cars. At gunpoint in rose lawn last week meantime no more suspension for a local police officer facing. Charges accused of soliciting a minor. Between the ages of thirteen and fifteen for sex Coleraine township trustees have voted to fire officer Robert Brinkmann he's facing charges of import. Tuning and contributing to the unruliness or delinquency. Of a minor break bent had been with the department since twenty thirteen he's, expected to be in court on August first Melissa neeley NewsRadio seven. Hundred wwl w and drug overdose deaths. In Kentucky are increasing despite a drop. In opioid prescriptions and heroin use the Kentucky office of drug control policy. Says more than fifteen hundred people died from OD's last year that is up more, than eleven percent from the year before. Deaths attributed. 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Kushners Used ‘Toxic’ Construction to Drive Out Tenants, Suit Says
"Station a radio dot com station we are and it is hazing town right now it's eighty nine degrees and there's a possibility of showers. Is the, nyc Ozan partly cloudy through the night tomorrow definitely showers in the forecast even thunderstorms which could produce, flooding, downpours damaging wind gusts with a high of eighty seven degrees again. In town right now. It's a typical hazy hot and. Humid afternoon in July Eighty-nine. Degrees WCBS news time four zero three Jared Kushner's real estate firms caught up yet another ten and abuse scandal this time in Williamsburg now the company is getting sued, Ford governor Cuomo's investigating Kevin Marin Cohn. Has more the best way to think about Kushner companies. Is not as the landlord. Gambler masquerading, as a landlord and they were gambling. On rent controlled tenants leaving in order. To make, more money that's what Aaron car with, the housing rights in Initiative is saying he claims Kushner companies used pass constant construction and rate hikes to try and speed things up, Jack Lester is the attorney representing the. Tenants over months tenants made complaints about toxic dust About not feeling well about being from the dust. That they were breathing in every day Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams says it's not just about cracking down on. Kushner companies it's about landlords across the city who try and make money at people's expense Affordable clean housing A human rights not only, a, New York Brooklyn right is? A human right Kushner companies told the AP they, did get complaints but address that quickly outside, Brooklyn supreme court Kevin Rincon WCBS. NewsRadio eight eighty the NYPD says it's tired of waiting for federal authorities to punish the officer responsible for killing Eric garner with a fatal chokehold in two thousand fourteen and why PD promising to take action. On its own if something, isn't done soon which lamb has the latest, from police headquarters NYPD deputy Commissioner. For legal matters Larry burn has been in contact with the federal government since it became involved in the case in, two thousand fourteen I indicated to them, several, months ago That we couldn't wait indefinitely to proceed with our process and we give them some additional time then, we're going to have to move ahead When I spoke with them again last week it was clear that there was now internal online to reach a, decision on this matter at the o. j. so we've decided to give one final time as a courtesy until September first and is. Burn put it if they're not in a position to make a decision and publicly announce, it by then it'll, be more. Than four years and we feel we have to. Move ahead with our internal disciplinary process. In lower Manhattan rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eight the, New York trial from. Mexico's notorious drug Lord El Chapo, is being put on hold he was. District judge Brian Cogan made the decision today postponing it until November when jury selection set to begin that's because defense lawyers for Joaquin Guzman El Chapo Guzman were complaining that prosecutors kept putting out at digital evidence that they needed more time to take a look before the trial that evidence, is said to include over one hundred. Seventeen thousand audio recordings and thirty five hundred Pages of witness. Interviews plus another ten thousand pages expected in the coming weeks sixteen people in Washington heights, in Hamilton heights have, legionaires disease. Health officials believe vapor from water cooling towers is. Spreading bacteria that causes the disease legionnaires. Is an ammonia that causes flu like symptoms that can, appear up to ten. Days after exposure Mark Levin who's, chair of the city council's health committee. Says it's likely the number of sickened will increase even if we already have eliminated the source of contamination and cleaned out the affected tower someone might have gotten dominated far back as two weeks ago and might not have symptoms yet WCBS news time four seven we've got. Traffic weather together..
DNA leads Indiana police to suspect in 30-year-old murder case
"The hospital the fire broke out in a multifamily home on twenty, fifth street so far no word on the cause results of the preliminary investigation around in that fiery crash, overnight in irvington township New Jersey acting Essex County prosecutor Robert Laurino says it involved a police pursuit, that ended in two juveniles being seriously. Injured the crash happened at around two, fifteen in the morning in the vicinity of lions and union avenues authorities. Say the car struck a tree, and the, vehicle, split in two with one. Section bursting into flames wins news time one thirty six fifty nine year old man goes before a. Judge today to face, charges in the thirty year old a thirty year old rape and murder case of an eight. Year old body of. Eight-year-old April Tinsley was, found, in, a ditch. In northern Indiana in April of nineteen eighty eight four. Days after her parents reported her missing police say, she had, been fixated in two thousand four they recovered used condoms in, Fort Wayne and gravel each, would note saying the person who left the condoms raped and. Killed the DNA was recently traced a fifty nine year old Jonathan. D Miller, of grabble he was arrested. Over the weekend police say he admitted to choking the girl. Before dumping her body correspondent Ryan burrow your library, card is getting you access these days at more than just the library starting today cardholders. At the new York Public Library the Brooklyn public library and the queens library we'll get free admission to, more than thirty cultural institutions around the five boroughs including the Guggenheim MoMA PS one and the intrepid sea Aaron Space Museum new York Public Library president Tony marks library is the free place that everyone in the city uses so we, thought why not use the library as the gateway to these amazing institutions you can make reservation Culture passed on NYC but, you can only visit each institution once a year eighty nine degrees fair skies going up to ninety. And midtown.
U.S. judge suspends deportations of reunited immigrant families
"With partly cloudy to mostly. Sunny skies highs near average a few degrees, cooler than we were yesterday that eighties downtown. Upper seventies along the coast upper nineties for the valleys inland empire low eighties in the. Mountains today triple digit heat so hot up, in the desert heading into tomorrow in the next few days we're going to increase the humidity a chance for, storms in the higher elevations beginning tomorrow evening. Into Wednesday to with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to meteorologist Danielle Gersh can extend seventy NewsRadio early seventy eight. Degrees in riverside Canoga park is eightieth seventy five, right now in Westminster ten seventeen on KNX the San Diego federal judge has ordered a. Temporary halt of deportation of illegal immigrant family That have been, reunited after being broken up at the border the, ruling. Came at the request of the ACLU which said. It's worried about rumors. Of plans for sudden mass deportations of reunited immigrant. Parents and their children group asked the judge to order the Trump administration not to deport, any, families, for, at, least, a week. After the reunifications. To give them time to file. For asylum in he went along with that appeal Pasadena voters should find out tonight if the be asked to vote to. Increase the city's sales tax Pasadena council members have been gathering public input on the idea, of whether to ask voters to increase, the city's sales tax if they, decide to put, it on the ballot voters will be asked whether. They want to increase the, tax from nine and a half percent to ten point twenty five percent council, members point out that if the city maintains. Its current spending levels it will. Face a projected budget. Shortfall of more than three and a half million dollars by the. Year twenty twenty and perhaps this is a twelve million dollar shortfall by two thousand twenty four. While they don't like the idea of raising taxes council members in favor Of putting the increase on the ballot fill it's the only way. To allow voters to determine whether they want to continue the quality of life and quality of service they are used to from the city Nathan Roberts KNX ten seventy NewsRadio ten eighteen on KNX wildfire on the western edge of Yosemite, that killed a firefighter this week. Is now consume more than nine thousand acres more than doubling its size since yesterday and also prompted evacuations in Chevrolet areas just outside Yosemite forced the closure of state route one forty into. The park officials say it's been very hard to, get a handle on the flames area is extremely steep terrain it's very hot it's very dry it's a difficult place to work now at last word that fire near Yosemite was only two percent contained, just one of many wildfires burning, in northern California right now he's been activity today around the entrance that, cave were. Twelve boys and their soccer coach were rescued and hundreds of volunteers went back to the cave today for ceremonies one of which was a Buddhist cleansing Ceremony of the cave itself and also. A memorial for the former tiny navy seal who died during this rescue CBS news correspondent Anna Warner the boys were expected to be released from the hospital later. This week ocean water quite warm this summer off areas of the Atlantic coast ocean water temperatures have hit eighty nine. Degrees at rights Ville beach North Carolina the warmest on record for the area Stephen poff is with the national weather service in Wilmington North Carolina that, was a result of just persistent. Days of onshore wind out of the east causing warmer temperatures from near the Gulfstream to push towards. The coastal areas the ocean. Water up the. Southern North Carolina. Coast this time of year is. Usually in the low eighties Jim sale CBS news Raleigh North Carolina their summit in Helsinki has now wrapped up President Trump says the, United States and Russia must find ways to cooperate in pursuit.
Thrilling World Cup gets fitting finale as France end Croatia's dream run
"Wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four seventy eight degrees sunny skies expect a hot day today highs near eighty nine degrees with high humidity and a twenty percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms nearly two dozen tenants in a kushner companies owned building in brooklyn are suing for what they say is systemic harassment wnyc shawn carlson has more the nineteen plaintiffs say kushner companies used a deliberate campaign of harassment and dangerous construction practices to push them out of their rent stabilized apartments they say the company would then convert those units to luxury condos and bring in high paying buyers and associated press investigation found almost seventy five percent of the building was emptied or sold within three years totaling more than one hundred and fifty five million dollars in sales so far kushner companies was run for much of that time by current presidential adviser jared kushner the ten million dollar lawsuit was announced by the advocacy group housing rights initiative and brooklyn borough president eric adams governor cuomo's urging federal officials to renew a policy allowing food stamp recipients to use their benefits at local farmer's markets cuomo wrote to the us secretary of agriculture last week to express concern he says the federal government notified the state because of technology change recipients of the supplemental nutritional assistance program will no longer be able to use their benefits at farmers markets jury deliberations resume today in the trial of former new york state senate majority leader dean skeleton his son wnyc's fred mogul reports the jury began deliberating friday morning shortly before adjourning in the afternoon they requested hundreds of pages of trial testimony and the transcript of a wiretapped conversation between the senior scholars and then nassau county executive tom and gano about the county contractor adam skeletons worked for this is the second trial of the father and son an earlier conviction was vacated after the us supreme court narrowed the scope of what constitutes an illegal quid pro quo the high court said a public social must do more than a range of meeting or make a call on someone's behalf in order for it to be bribery prosecutors alleged scholars pledged to support legislation that would benefit adam skeletons employer the two skeletons denied the charges cheers and groans erupted around new york yesterday as france defeated croatia in the men's world cup finals immigrants visitors and families from both countries were on the edges of their seat until france pulled away and never looked back paris native damian shinno came to steal day festivities on the upper east side to celebrate to see so many french people also in the street here it makes me prophecy that france's everywhere away and i feel very proud about that over in croatia story a croatian americans were disappointed but also bursting with pride here's mario peru ch.
Jaguar escapes enclosure at New Orleans Audobon zoo, mauls six animals
"The temperatures already highs will be in the low mid nineties with heat indices triple digits and not a whole lot of rainfall channel four meteorologist chris franklin's pinpoint forecast just ahead the audubon zoo is closed after an animal escaped this morning and killed six other animals more from wwl dave cohen officials at the audubon zoo say the jaguars escaped its enclosure before the zoo was open to the public they were able to capture it in about an hour but not before it killed four al paca and emu and a fox zoo staff and security personnel sedated jaguar and are now conducting an investigation to figure out exactly how the animal escape officials are releasing more information this afternoon a mule drawn bug gi carrying ten people flipped over in new orleans french quarter friday leaving one woman with moderate injuries when it became caught underneath the mule ran away when it became detached from the carriage but was found a few blocks away in good condition in addition to the woman with moderate injuries nine other passengers sustained minor injuries the incident took place during the filming of a popeye's chicken commercial the us department of homeland security has decided that new orleans should keep two billion dollars from fema settlement from damage four damage to roads and infrastructure wwl tv's thanh trung reports the decision overrules a recommendation from its inspector general allowing the city's plan to repave or rebuild four hundred miles of streets and fix broken pipes the settlement for damage caused by hurricane katrina was hailed by city and federal officials would it was finalized in late two thousand fifteen married latoya cantrell said quote i'm glad to have the matter resolved and we look forward to moving ahead quickly with the work at hand and kenner officials say the cleanup of a fuel spill that closed eastbound i ten williams boulevard friday afternoon make another two to three days to complete the interstate will shut down about two pm after a tanker truck crashed and leak nearly twenty five hundred gallons of gasoline onto the highway the i ten remained closed for almost five hours some of the fuel editor the drainage system on the inner state and may have entered into the parish drainage canal along the i ten wwl sports angelique kerber has won her first wimbledon championship is not being serena williams bid for a record tying twenty four th grand slam title kerber six three six three victory the third is the third grand slam title fourth the thirty year old german in other sports news new orleans pelicans introduced julius randle and alfred peyton to the media on friday the to us new members of the team rasa variety of questions including what was the selling point landing in new orleans along with playing with anthony davis randall thinks this was the perfect fit for him you know just talking to my agent you know we're going back and forth and we both felt like you know regardless of the situation this is like the best fit for me in the best boxer randall also played at the university of kentucky like teammates anthony davis embarrass miller the world cup in russia comes to an end this weekend would france taking on croatia in the finals france would become the sixteen all time to win multiple world cups their last was in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when they were the host country curvaceous looking for their first championship with their best finish ironically in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he lost the france in the semifinals they'll play sunday at ten am tim zimmer wwl sports and now you were wwf forecast not a bad looking weekend of you have outdoor plans just stay hydrated and in the shade if you can plenty of sunshine with hot temperatures hybrid ninety four degrees with evening temperatures dropping into the eighties and overnight lows in the seventies we're not going to see much in the way of any cooling showers about a twenty percent chance for a few isolated showers and storms but the same for sunday high around ninety four degrees rain chance about thirty percent those rain chances though we'll steadily increasing as we head into next week from the pinpoint forecast center i've never wwl tv meteorologist first franklin mostly cloudy and eighty nine degrees now louis armstrong international it's sunny and ninety in slidell.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Of minnesota and the upper midwest this is news eighty nine degrees partly cloudy skies wbz news time six twenty two fema has been asked by the state of minnesota to take a detailed look at widespread damage due to storms over the last month in southern minnesota the problem is flooding wcc is susie jones got a firsthand look down there today when the rain started falling last month david shaffer knew it was back out he is about six hundred acres in fairbault county where there is standing water in many fields loss of income i guess that's the main thing schaefer was among those attending an informal meeting in blue earth with governor mark dayton and several other elected officials the minnesota spirit that rises above the occasion when in a crisis in louis overdoing dayton promised to be with those affected throughout the entire recovery process also attending first district congressman tim walls represents the area key to praise the strength of the community in southern minnesota we've gotten pretty good at dealing with floods over the years unfortunately but the good news from that is is that all of you that have the capacity the training and the and the governor's quick response on this let's just get to recovery the state has now officially asked the federal government for help and officials with fema are expected to visit here in the next ten days or so or we don't ask for a lot down here we really don't we like to take care of our needs but when we do you ask it's because we are on our knees and we need help republican state senator julie rosen who represents this area was also at the meeting she says the state does have a disaster contingency fund minnesota ed commissioner david frederickson says they want to understand the situation and then find ways to help and so we're going to have to wait to get some kind of an assessment as to crop damage on an individual basis unfortunately we measure production in the aggregate but farmers farm individually and so there's going to be holes all over the place state and the others visited wyndham jackson and blue earth today after spending time last friday in other affected areas the state's emergency management director joe kelly says they still need some of the water to recede before they can assess the full impact of the floodwaters in bluer susie jones wcc discussions continue about last month's police shooting death of thurman blevins in some want those talks to continue without input from law enforcement all while the weight drags on for the release of empty body camera video that captured the incident on the north side of town shouldn't he brown says she has talked with people in her neighborhood and she certain and what happened on the night of june twenty third when her cousin thurman blevins was shot and killed by two mpg officers we know they murdered him that's clear clear as day and we know they murdered him we know both officers use their weapon and drawn multiple skin and just decided to pull.
U.S. border patrol questioned fishermen on Canadian waters
"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman secretary of state mike pompeo heads to north korea today in an effort to set a timetable for that country's denuclearization as npr's jackie northam reports his trip comes amid increasing doubt about north korea's willingness to abandon its nuclear weapons program this is palm pao's first visit to north korea since president trump met with kim jong un in singapore in mid june pompeo is due to spend a day and a half in the capital pyongyang to try and reach an agreement about denuclearizing north korea there were no details about how or when the country would dismantle its nuclear program in a joint statement following the singapore summit the white house says the us is making progress in talks with north korea but there have been reports that the country has been expanding building used to make fuel for missiles racing questions about north korea's willingness to denuclearize jackie from npr news washington president trump flies to montana today for a campaign rally he's backing a republican state auditor who's hoping to rest us senate seen away from democratic incumbent npr's amy held has more trump arrives in great falls today for a make america great again rally he's campaigning for the republican senate nominee state auditor matt rosendahl who's running against incumbent jon tester a democrat president trump won montana by twenty points in the presidential election still the cook political report predicts the senate seat up for grabs in november is likely to remain in democrat control npr's amy held british officials say to people have been poisoned by the same nerve agent that sickened former russian double agent sergei scream and his daughter this year britain blamed that poisoning on russia the newly sickened couple are hospitalized in critical condition it's not known how they were poisoned with the nerve agent a little known us canada border a dispute that is simmered for more than two hundred years is in danger of boiling over as dan carpenter reports us border patrol agents have stopped and boarded at least ten canadian fishing boats in the past two weeks the incident took place in disputed waters near mataya seal island east of main it's also known as the grey zone is lobster fisherman from both sides of the border of fish there side by side for years local officials say american agents sport at some canadian boats and asked about passengers entering the us illegally they say the canadian vessels were in international waters canada and the us have both claimed jurisdiction over the treeless rock home to a colony of puffiness and a lighthouse man by canadian light keepers but competition between fishermen is increased and some experts say that's created more tensions local residents in the region say they've never seen american border patrol agents in the area and are now asking why they're there for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto you're listening to npr news from washington this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake six four seventy seven degrees mostly cloudy right now another warm day today highs near eighty nine degrees it'll feel as high as ninety seven with the humidity a sixty year old haitian immigrant took on the trump administration and one agustin's sages is the first immigrant to be released on bond in new york since the us supreme court ruled that detainees do not have an automatic right to bond hearings jordan wells of new york civil liberties union was lead turning on the case he says say juice was homeless and schizophrenic and was held for nine months what they're saying the people like him is if you wanna bond hearing you it for it otherwise sages is now living in a home in queens while the underlying deportation case continues immigration authorities declined to comment immigrants in new jersey facing deportation may be able to get some free legal help governor murphy's budget includes two point one million dollars for legal aid sarah cole nania of the make the road new jersey organization says right now one of every three detainees doesn't have any legal representation that means that people are facing potential separation from their family.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In romulus eighty nine degrees there right now sprinkles some light showers to also downtown heavy clouds building otherwise it's mostly clear in utica and eighty nine it's ninety one degrees right now in plymouth w w j news time is one forty from osborne to dearborn commerce is clare the news watch never stops newsradio nine crews battling a northern california wildfire that's threatening nearly fourteen hundred buildings are hoping to take advantage of cooler weather to tackle the flames roughly twenty five hundred people have been forced to from their homes officials lifting some mandatory evacuations tuesday evening though it's not clear how many people were allowed to return home that fire has burned roughly one hundred twenty nine square miles in rural counties north west of sacramento it's twenty five percent contained no structures have been damaged or destroyed over to thailand now the soccer team mates stranded more than a week in partly flooded cave say in a new video that they are healthy there have been several days here without heavy rains and that has given this rescue operation a chance and try to get ahead of that by pumping as much water out of the cave as possible what they're trying to do is get the water level down in the the cave so they can either have the kids try to swim out and it would be less dangerous than having water up to the ceiling the cave or better yet if they can drop the water level enough the kids could actually wade out all walkout in a best case scenario cbs news correspondent ben tracy reporting stateside kentucky us senator rand paul says he still has trouble breathing since he was tackled in his yard eight months ago by a neighbor his attacker was given a thirty day sentence punishment that republican lawmaker thinks should have been harsher his neighbor rene voucher pleaded guilty to assaulting a member of congress and was sentenced last month federal prosecutors who sought a twenty one month prison sentence are appealing the thirty day sentence paul has filed a civil lawsuit against bouchier asking for medical costs and attorney fees relating to the incidents the owner of a south florida ranch says some three hundred exotic animals have died in a fire are there some two hundred turtle hatchlings died in tuesday afternoons blaze that killed fish and rare tortoises as well investigators said lightning may have struck the barn they said that barn was completely made of wood w j news time is one forty three cbs i on veterans presented by theraworx relief was the stuff of legend me seventeen bomber that inspired a documentary and feature film during world war two and another movie depiction in the nineties now the memphis belle is on display in ohio at the national museum of the united states air force arrestation restauration craftsman and volunteers have gone from the nose of the airplane to the tail the airplane that's jeff afford a curator at the museum all the internal paint was stripped there wasn't corrosion issues in some areas all those were dealt with and then the aircraft was reassembled and then very carefully painted and marked to look and be configured as it was shortly.
Twerking Cardi B Celebrates Becoming First Female Rapper With Two Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s
"Rapper cardi tops the billboard hot one hundred for the second time this week with her latin trap infused summer hit i like it billboard says this makes her the first woman rapper to have two number one songs in the charts history i like it is the fourth single off carter's debut studio album invasion of privacy which dropped in april the hot and humid streak continues it's sunny today with a chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm highs are supposed to reach ninety degrees but with the heat index it'll feel like it's closer to one hundred it's eighty nine degrees out now in prospect park brooklyn and that's the latest from the wnyc newsroom i'm the best deal on the next fresh air president trump and russia which with michael mcfaul who served as the us ambassador to russia under president obama we'll discuss the planned trump putin summit and what mcfaul experience was like in the room with putin putin blamed mcfaul and hillary clinton for the protests rounding putin's third election as.
Rabies in bats on rise in Mich., health department finds
"The second day of july i'm greg bowman and brooke allen for wwe j newsradio nine fifty warm sticky day tomorrow with some sun and a spotty afternoon thunderstorms especially south of the city the complete accuweather forecast coming up it's eighty nine degrees at detroit metro airport wwe news time for three developing news the mccomb county medical examiner now working to determine how man died after his body is pulled from the clinton river today the latest live and local ww j newsradio nine fifty sarah huber's ara greg the body had been in the water since at least saturday when to kayakers called sterling heights police to report that they had seen it floating police and fire did not find anything in the water however today another kayaker called to report a body and this time police found him behind the property on utica road near seventeen mile and dodge park lieutenant mario bash anneli says they have no indication yet of how he got there we've got no ports of you know a person being with a group of people one person came up missing in the water just initially came in on saturday then that someone thought they saw body floating in the river and so we've been searching ended up eating to the area sometime bashing says there was also no sign of any kayak or bicycle in the area reporting live zaher hooper wbz newsradio nine fifty also developing this afternoon there's an uptick in bats testing positive for rabies according to the michigan department of health and human services ww j health reporter dodger deanna lights joins us live and local with more good afternoon diana good afternoon brooke while the health department isn't sure why there's an increase in rabies lynn sutton is with the michigan health department as of the.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Of seventy one thursday a mix of sun and clouds humid with scattered showers or thunderstorms a high of eighty nine degrees philadelphia labor leaders launched an instant protest to wednesday's us supreme court decision in the case the court ruled government workers who opt out of union membership to not have to pay dues even though the union negotiates for them hey whatever you city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports local labor leaders vowed to stay strong in the face of the setback a couple hundred union members assembled at the federal courthouse after the decision calling it an attack on workers what they're trying to do to us as people is take our dignity and it's not right and it's not fear antiunion conservatives brought the case hoping to weaken the spending power of public sector unions which are often the only counterbalanced big money tax funded by the coke brothers and other wealthy donors but mayor jim kenney suggested it could instead have a galvanizing effect nothing else vote abate you in the next election this is it labor leaders address my crowd urge their members to stick together your job will be to convince the rank and file to stay in unions and keep paying dues pat loeb kyw newsradio new policies at temple university hospital aimed at providing the best outcomes for babies kyw's hadas kuznits has more university hospital postpartum unit medical director dr gail heroin says it took six years the temple hospital is now officially considered a baby friendly facility it means that we have put in place policies and procedures so that with all the ten steps to baby friendly and we have to pay for formula we're not allowed to advertise formula or bottle teats and we put their practices in place for moms and babies can stay together kim geffner had her daughter avery here and she says the experience this time around was a little different here than when she had her first daughter two years ago the rooming in one hundred percent with her where my other daughter was taken for a couple of hours to be washed up and to get a vaccine or something like that it just give you any resource they have in order for you to feel like you're being successful at temple university hospital hadas kuznits kyw newsradio run her research cancer research at.
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"In the world isn't it i think so like i said i mean we really found it i don't know if the company's even around there's a company called raven maps and they did these sort of hand shaded topography took graphic maps and that's where we were looking at and and the gorgeous it's it's it's a very special little keyhole in the cascades so it's definitely it's definitely different it's a massive point of transition like a appointive inflection on a graph you know the the the warm in the cool in the wet and the dry and everything and it just gets it just gets all the transitions are focused to almost you know within a miles with their thickness as they squeezed through the gorge and that just makes things happen it may make things happen geologically as the floods came down and and kind of chisel displace out in the first in in the first place happens every day i mean the winds today are are blowing over our orchard ladders and blowing a cardboard recycling into the into the street and and and then you know last week it was eighty nine degrees and roasting and perfectly still windsurfers were crying because they couldn't get on the river it's it changes dramatically from day to day and certainly across the season makes the shoulder seasons very challenging so the spring can be tricky we've lost we've lost to defrost in the spring we've lost frost in the fall and then hard winters as well plus fines and we've learned what not to plant near through through some winner experience too so it's very dynamic brian mccormack is the farmer cellar master winemaker at emma loosened idiots grace joining us from the gorge this weekend on vintage we celebrate oregon wine month and you'll have to ask you you're planning vineyards and with the diverse topography that you just talked about what went into those decisions on where where you're going to plant in what you're gonna plant where where you're gonna plant i mean i would think that you know it's it's wide open which is exciting but it's also got to be pretty specific right yeah i think so i think it depends on on a person's on a person's whatever natural inclinations here i've very good friends from graduate school who also settled here in mosier or at least put down roots planted some grapes here eight another not living here at the moment.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"This year being the forty degrees in the rains in the wind you never know what you're going to get with the weather and that's really that's really the big challenge in the wing land your training for it if you're there and it's cool through the winter and it's cold but then if you get the heat you just not used to the year you ran it eighty nine to eighty nine degrees heidi right yes this guy this guy they ran the race together and they were together at the end and he made sure that heidi finish and our official time it was five twenty or something like that but hers was one second faster than mine there you go you said that my wife ran new york marathon wants i think she ran a five twenty your wife she did that to burst on me no way awesome we have a lot to get into a thaddeus let's quickly get through what's trending person for most and how about this after sweeping the raptors lebron says he will never lose faith in his teammates i want you gonna say i mean what is he going to say he's asked us yeah these guys stink i have no faith in that all all they can do is have faith i mean what good is it gonna do you no matter what he thinks privately what good is it going to do to show that anywhere publicly or even in the locker room with your teammates me why would you ever do that i don't care what sport you're in a team sport you're going to show that you have faith in your team that you're gonna complain about it to your wife or your family if you want but you're certainly not going to be doing as long as they keep making their shots got faith in absolutely when they shoot seventy one percent can you what's trending there awaiting who they'll play in.
"eighty nine degrees" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Eighty nine degrees talk radio twelve ten wpa with some storms moving in this evening a new jersey man under arrest charged with murder and weapons crimes in the shooting of a twenty four year old mother prosecutors say he's considered a serial random shooter thirty four year olds cater mustafa accused of randomly shooting and killing stace calhoun in freehold police say her one year old child was in her back seat not harmed but investigators want to know if he's linked to other shootings across new jersey also new jersey taking steps to join a dozen states in our nation that give drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants so this is governor phil murphy supporting it legislation has been introduced and the state's motor vehicle commission preparing for the measure new reports released on facebook's data breach reveal one fifth of delaware residents may have had their data exposed and nearly a quarter of all pennsylvania's have their data shared with third parties so now the pennsylvania attorney general's leading a national investigation with dozens of states attorneys general into this data breach by the way bernie sanders rally at city hall in about an hour let's see if those storms you know rain down on them here's meteorologist katie fehlinger with a cold front passage a couple of scattered showers or a locally drenching thunderstorms will rumble through at some point later this evening and into the overnight dropped down to sixty three degrees tomorrow mainly cloudy and cooler by comparison to seventy four the high but again watch for a few scattered showers around especially through the second half of the day i'm c b s three meteorologist katie fehlinger more weather at cbs philly dot com attention diabetics you can get your testing supplies delivered to your home free delivery of free meter upgrade call the us medical supply now eight hundred four three zero seven nine.
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"Draper's submitting the petition to the california state legislature next week any state split would require federal approval from congress beyond say makes her debut with the coachella valley music at arts festival tonight she takes the headliner turn just after eleven early celebrity sightings include justin bieber kylie jenner and courtney car dash e in this year's festival goers received beefed up security includes drones for the first time it's in response to last year's mass shooting at the harvest music festival in las vegas forecasters say it'll be sunny and warm in the coachella valley with highs between eighty four and eighty nine degrees music fans again make it to the festival can watch some of the acts live on youtube sound issues cancelled a rock tour correspondent jim taylor explains huey lewis needs a new drug or something he's lost his hearing so bad julie says he can't hear the music well enough to sing it anymore so few lewis and the news canceling its twenty eighteen tour should see says he owes doctors can help and he can perform again soon drifted jalen from cbs news tedious container restaurant we have breaking news in order to stay smart you've got a habit in order to stay ahead you gotta have it newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to fifty three traffic and weather together it's.
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"The nasdaq up nine this is cbs news if eighty nine degrees at four three i'm rebecca data's at the latest from radio one or two point nine karn a 38yearold woman remains jailed more than a week after authorities found a 20dollarbill three syringes and a pill in her vagina according to the bentonville police the woman was pulled over last week after someone reported that a honda civic was swerving all over the road and driving into oncoming traffic when pulled over the woman failed at three sobriety test and was then taken to the ben county jail where she was asked for a urine sample while attempting to collect it the dipping deputies found two syringes a folded 20dollarbill and a white pill later i do in a fight as pain medication after those are remove the woman was asked to repeat the task then was again unable to complete it that's when police say they found the third syringe the woman declined any further test and according to the gel records this woman has been arrested thirty times before a police officer is out of a job after his supervisor says he used a city credit card for his i own personal expenses patrolman justin thompson was fired after suspicious fuel purchases were found on a city of johnsboro fleet fuel card the department conducted an investigation and says thompson used the city card on several occasions to pay for fuel they put in his personal vehicle thompson joined the department of 2015 although the personnel investigation is complete leader to criminal investigation the case continues and there is still the possibility of charges being filed i might kill newsradio one or two point nine karn history channel's american pickers series is set to stop in northwest arkansas later this year on its facebook page the greater bitten area chamber of commerce said the show's production team would be in the region in mid october and november so anyone in northwest arkansas with a large collection or antiques that could be deemed valuable is asked to send contact information and a description of the items via email to american pickers sin afflicts dot com and this is not the first time that american pickers have explored the natural state back in june of 2015 the show filmed in randolph county next news in.