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How Do Betta Fish Work?
"Hey Brain Steph Lauren Vulva bomb here. With their striking bold colors and flashy fins. Fish are one of the more popular types of fish sold for home aquariums. Perhaps because unfortunately there are a number of misconceptions about these creatures. The truth is that they're not as hardy and easy to care for as many believe Beta fish, sometimes called fighting fish are tropical fish native to Southeast Asia Wild. Betas typically live in rice paddies and other shallow stagnant bodies of water because these wetlands. Wetlands routinely shrink during the dry season. Betas hop from puddle to Puddle, trying to find a reasonably deep pool where they can hang out until the rains return due to these conditions, Betas developed what's known as a labyrinth organ that gives them the ability to obtain some oxygen from the air as well as the water. The sub order that includes Betas are sometimes called Labyrinth fish or Jeremy. Betas got the nickname fighting fish due to their territorial nature during the eighteen hundreds. Perhaps especially in what's now Thailand, the fish were bred for this purpose and fights were forced for entertainment. Betas were first introduced to the United States in the twentieth. Century, wild, Betas generally have small fins in our dull, green or Brown in color, but today's pet Betas have been bred to be quite colorful with elaborate fans with proper care, a pet beta. Beta can live for two to four years, but before you buy one, make sure you're aware of these five common fish tails about the the Beta fish. Perhaps the most widespread myth about Betas is that they can live in small bowls. The opposite is true Beta, fish need a tank that's at least five gallons about twenty leaders and ten gallons, or about forty leaders is better. The origin behind this persistent myth is uncertain but May. May come from the fact that Betas are often sold in small containers, and because they have some ability to breathe out of the water, but this can be stressed if they're housed in close quarters, especially if they share space with fish, perceived as rivals, small tanks being, there's nowhere to hide even when house alone or with fish that they get along with. They still need hideouts to escape to, but while the tank should be spacious. SPACIOUS, it shouldn't be too deep as Betas are more comfortable, swimming back and forth not up and down. We spoke via email with Matt. Layton a longtime Beta fish owner and editor of Vivo Fish who explained that Betas should be kept in tanks, no deeper than twelve inches or thirty centimeters, noting that their fins aren't that powerful. He said if it's too deep, the Beta may not be able to get up to the surfaces easily. Easily. It's heartbreaking to see a Beta struggling climb and then be pulled down to the bottom by his tail. Another myth is that Beta aquariums don't need a water heater or filter, but Betas are tropical fish that need to be kept in water, ranging from seventy six to eighty one degrees. Fahrenheit, that's twenty four to twenty seven, Celsius unless you're home never veers hotter or colder. You'll need that heater. A water filter is important to even. Even though wild Betas live in murky puddles without a filter, the fishes excrement and eaten food can make the water toxic, though be short purchase filter with a gentle flow as Betas. Delicate fins do better in calm water in addition that their fins could be damaged by the section in higher flow filters. Meanwhile, it's actually true that Betas don't mind being alone, and they tend to have issues with other fish, if male Betas are placed. Placed together or placed with other fish that have bright colors and large fins. Their natural territorialism often prompts them to fight. However they can definitely live with other aquatic creatures, such as ghosts, shrimp snails and African Dwarf frogs they can also live with other species of fish, but they do best with bottom dwellers was small fins. They're less likely to fight over territory like the coolie loach, female Betas can often live harmoniously together given adequate. Adequate space, which means at least five gallons or twenty liters per fish, but always introduce new fish slowly and monitor them guides. Online can help you acclimate your existing fish to the idea of new tank. Mate tricks like rearranging hiding spots in feeding your current fish before adding a new one can help, but you should always watch them carefully for a few days and be prepared to move an aggressor to another tank or another home. Another misconception is the Betas can live off of plant roots alone while Beta. Fish are often sold in small vases with the plant. Betas are carnivores, not herbivores in the wild they chow down on insects and Larva, so feed your pets, fish pellets or flakes specially crafted for Betas you can supplement with high protein treats such as blood worms and brine shrimp, but remember that fish can become overweight just like any pet, so feed in moderation, ideally only as much food as the fish can eat within three to five minutes finally. Don't expect a Beta. Beta to be layabout. Many people observe Betas and pet stores where they're often kept in small containers, hinder their activity, and many owners erroneously keep their efficient unheeded water, which makes them lethargic, but Layton says that Beta fish are playful in the proper setting. He said I've seen them. Push Moss balls around dance around their tank display their tails, and generally be quite active. Betas are inquisitive, and will interact with plants, toys, and structures, floating or sinking. Just make sure they're fish safe and don't have any sharp edges. That could hurt those beautiful fins.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eighty one degrees in Boston at nine o'clock in the evening Dan Watkins here's what's happened protests calling for racial justice and police reform continued this afternoon more than a thousand people marched from Cambridge common to the Cambridge police department demanding an end to what they call a racist police system WBZ's students all Israel was there what do we do organizers of this protest are very clear about what they want to abolish the police as we know it there's a policy order policy order number seven which is set to divert four point one million dollars away from the police we don't think that's enough at all we want to define the police J. Wilson says that money should go to black and brown communities for affordable housing education and health care but what if someone is attacked in this very park that is it isn't that there won't be somebody to answer nine one one call the idea is that they'll be somebody better trainers disconnected from the system that continually and systematically commits violence on black people into values black life in Cambridge Suzanne saws bill WBZ Boston news radio another step towards re opening is set for Monday significant restrictions being lifted for phase two part two years attended governor Karen Polito as governor has stated step two of phase two begins on Monday June twenty second this step will include the re opening of indoor dining and close contact personal services such as nail salons and retailers make open fitting rooms by appointment only and offices will be allowed to increase their capacity to fifty percent governor Charlie Baker says the state's rate of positive coronavirus tests continues to decline the average positive test rate in Massachusetts is now about two point three percent since mid April the average positive test rate has fallen by ninety two percent right now fewer than a thousand people in the Commonwealth are hospitalized I went back to the middle of April and couldn't find a number that was that low on the hospitalization side.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Hot water experts visit Hartford and Ratliff dot com in the W. W. J. traffic center I'm K. T. W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty and now let's check that accu weather forecast it's a good one turning even warmer over the next few days it will take a little while for the humidity to catch up of band that's gonna lead to a still fairly comfortable night tonight under clear sky low sixty some spots still getting down into the fifties warm tomorrow with a good deal of sunshine eighty five clear tomorrow night low sixty four and mostly sunny into Friday will be warm and a bit more humid hi Friday eighty six accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. JT Freddy guidelines have days sunny skies Brian eighty three right now in mount Clemens eighty two in Novi sunny skies and quite comfortable eighty one degrees in Dearborn heights live in local radio nine fifty W. W. J. good evening I'm Jackie page and I'm Jason Scott these are the top stories at five fifty former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolph who fatally shot ray shards works in the back is going to be charged with felony murder and of ten other crimes to make a Miller Ray Charles wife says father's days a few days away and that'll be very hope that everything falls out underneath the fallout is also charged I'm really hurt CBS news will have more coming up at six o'clock well there's gonna be no summer shut down at FCA's sterling heights and Jefferson north plants this year the automaker telling us it's going to skip its traditional summer shutdowns this year because of the pandemic we'll have the latest off of the auto beat with our Jeff Gilbert after the top of the hour many of us are worried about protecting ourselves from corona virus but one northern Michigan school district believes it's making a good effort to protect its do this is something that could catch on in other districts and businesses the pulse in school district will install air scrubbers into its ventilation system this summer at a cost of about forty eight thousand dollars for two buildings superintendent Steven Seeley says these air scrubbers kill ninety nine point four percent of static corona virus particles also notable places but usually they're scrubbing units are the White House Google the Mayo Clinic so if the solutions are in in organizations like that and I feel our students deserve.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of eighty one degrees now with the airport's Morissette eighty one the lakefront seventy nine degrees will drop the low tonight of sixty tomorrow sunshine high about seventy six W. BBS times six twenty our top story this hour is the promise from an angry Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot of swift swift disciplined for at least thirteen Chicago police officers and supervisors all caught on camera lounging inside the broken into south side office of congressman Bobby rush during looting and unrest in the city on June first not one of these officers will be allowed to hide behind a badge and go on and act like nothing ever happened not anymore the city says it's working to identify the officers who are police union spokesman suggests are victims of a set up WBBM Jim Curtis will have much more on the story coming up at six thirty one as police departments across the country are under the microscope tech companies beginning to leverage who can buy some other song IBM says it won't sell facial recognition software to police departments there CEO condemns software that he said as USM voting for mass surveillance racial profiling and violation of human rights Microsoft is joining them analyst Paul Hochman tells WBBM noon business our about another controversial service called clear view the technology goes out and screams social media pages Facebook Google and so on and creates what amounts to a an amalgam composite of your face in all kinds of places allowing someone with this software in their smartphone to walk out take a picture of you they've never seen before in your life and to name your name where you live and many police departments are using it Hochman says while there are privacy concerns there are also positive uses for the software is it can help cops track down people seen in surveillance video committing crimes Cisco koto newsradio one oh five point nine FM leaders in Rosemont are opening the doors to recreational marijuana sales by village trustees have approved new zoning rules allowing recreational marijuana dispensaries to entertainment districts are included parkway bank park and the pearl district mixed use complex on either side of the tri state tollway trustees also overturned a longstanding ban on video gambling Rosemont estimates marijuana sales and a new video machines to bring in a combined two to three million dollars a year Pat Cassidy newsradio one oh five point nine FM market news in ninety seconds of interview with news time six twenty two do you have constipation with belly pain straining and bloating that keeps coming back take the five question got check to see if it could be more than occasional constipation it could be irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or.
Miami Weather: Rainy, Windy, With Possible Record Heat
"Another day of near record heat today eighty four degrees just a couple degrees shy of the record of eighty six for today's date it will be humid weather southeast breeze a few afternoon clouds and then overnight through tomorrow morning back down to the mid sixties watching for areas of fog tomorrow morning tomorrow back to eighty four degrees a slight chance of an afternoon shower otherwise mainly dry were eighty three on Wednesday and partly cloudy Thursday eighty two and partly cloudy still humid but then a weak frontal coolest down but only to seventy seven on Friday with a slight chance of a stray shower now Saturday were back at eighty one degrees a thirty percent chance for an isolated afternoon storm than a cooler front on Sunday with a high of seventy four an even
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eighty one degrees on the Saturday evening August seventeenth good evening and Janice right CBS news covers the world more than just the headline this is WCBS newsradio eight seven o'clock you see the S. news on the hour real news original reporting I'm Sam let's hear at least thirteen people arrested in Portland Oregon during demonstrations by right wing groups and anti fascist counter protestors Accel reporter Jacob dean's as hundreds of gathered in around the downtown area doing a pretty good job of keeping keeping think they're all they're trying to keep the roads open but again we have we can't confirm which in a couple of violent confrontation at least one person was taken away in an ambulance one person after this break the right wing rallies organized by proud boys designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center the mayor of Dayton Ohio were nine people were killed in a mass shootings is around the clock security detail was assigned to her because of hate filled messages she received following verbal sparring with president trump after his visit to a date in the hospital the Dayton Daily News reports Mr trump called a news conference Merrin and Whaley held a fraud she responded that he's a bully and coward the newspaper says it reviewed dozens of messages about Whaley that contained abusive language an expletive filled insults it's a record for Alaska unfortunately meteorologist Jeff bird Ellie says the state has just seen its hottest July ever recorded Alaska once again a record breaking heat dome across Alaska it's gonna be in the seventies this weekend anchorage December thirty days above seventy five degrees the old record was fifteen days that was just back in two thousand fifteen the arctic is changing very fast because of climate change Lasker's average temperature in July was fifty eight point one degrees that's nearly five and a half degrees above average CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes douses about efforts going on this weekend to try to get more restrictions on guns in el Paso Texas gun control advocates are rallying calling on the Senate to pass legislation requiring background checks on all gun sales there are more than one hundred demonstration scheduled in fifty states over this weekend demanding action on gun safety other rallies as weekender aimed at getting Walmart to fight for gun reform Igor Volsky is with guns down America we have to activate other actors of society to use the leverage and the power that they have to help break the gridlock on this issue Allison Keyes CBS news four hundred animals including water buffalo tires.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Back over a mile there Davis attorney WBZ's traffic on the threes traffic and weather together we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast what we're gonna be unsettled here as we go through the day some showers thunderstorms will be around an occasion to the afternoon into the early part of the evening especially for the city in the inland spots I think the beaches the Cape should stay dry temperatures will get up in the low eighties on the beaches and then inland sponsor Brady's with real feels and low nineties this afternoon sticky tonight in the sixties and seventies city little in spots the humidity comes down tomorrow temperatures up into the nice low eighties will be the upper seventies still kind of sticky the beaches but then beautiful Monday on the way with some sunshine low humidity the high near eighty I make you with your own juicy devore WBZ Boston's newsradio right now we have over gas guys in eighty one degrees in Boston principales investigating after Amanda struck and killed by an Orange Line rapid transit train happened shortly after midnight the police report the man appeared unsteady on his feet while on the platform with the State Street station he apparently stumbled and fell off the platform onto the tracks and was struck by that Orange Line train one thirty six on WBZ the up next to the weekend edition of Bloomberg business listen to food for thought with Billy Costa and Jenny Johnson presented by the box enter every Sunday night at six on WBZ newsradio take villian Jenny with you as you navigate through the end of your weekend learn about the newest restaurants healthy taps in New England destinations in your backyard listen for your car home mobile device or sports speaker every Sunday night at six sponsored in part by mass general cancer center Boston laser giveaways men's wear cafe ask Israel in piazza does he baking company.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eighty one degrees at two OO three I'm currently was top stories tonight Irving police giving new information on the body of a newborn found in the restroom of a restaurant last week a woman gave birth put the body of the newborn boy in the trash can of the women's room at the Applebee's police Irving police is Robert Reeves saying they now have a so called person of interest charges that have been filed at this time because we do not know if the child was alive when it was bird violent video was collected and has been being looked at toxicology report will have to determine whether the baby was alive when he was delivered the person of interest has agreed to provide a DNA sample it'll be weeks before those results are in a jury in Dallas must decide punishment for a man who admits he killed an elderly pleasant Grove man to get his pick up and lawn equipment by pleading guilty to murder instead of going to trial on a capital murder charge forty one year old David recursion will go to jail but he can qualify for parole last July recursion and a woman he had just met minutes earlier and a dark stop decided to rob and murder eighty five year old Edward Sebastian and his home in pleasant Grove a short while later Riker sin was involved in an accident while driving Sebastian stolen pickup truck detectives canvass the area and found some of Sebastian's long tools at area pawn shops a couple of long crews had bought other tools evidently not knowing they were stolen I'll be Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD Dallas County a jury has been picked for a man accused of shooting a woman and then fleeing to southern California Brandon Sampson Sampson is charged with the two thousand eighteen murder of a woman named Jacqueline Hughes her body was found in Simpson's garage he was arrested in Los Angeles with a four worth woman who'd been reported missing she turned out to be okay testimony.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Only offer ends eight thirty one nineteen limit thirty while supplies last staples I'm jacquard will check it again ten minutes WBZ traffic on the three days for fifteen the four day WBZ accu weather forecast for meteorologist bomb Boshin shower thunderstorm brown early tonight otherwise partly cloudy tonight overnight low sixty four to sixty eight it become breezy tomorrow also hotter and more he had to the recent days sunshine giving way some clouds and that could be a late day shower thunderstorm hide your ninety dear AT on the Cape and islands so could be a shower thunderstorm early tomorrow I partly cloudy warm and humid tomorrow by lows seventy four hot and humid on Monday partly sunny hide your ninety accu weather real feel temperature near one hundred in the afternoon Tuesday sunny to partly cloudy continued hot and humid I ninety two real so temperature again closing in on one hundred during the interview I thank you weather meteorologist Bob Larson WBZ Boston's news radio seventy nine degrees in Worcester seventy six in Danvers hand in downtown Boston we are still at eighty one degrees music is in the air at Tanglewood in the beautiful Berkshire summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for tickets call eight eight eight two six six one two hundred or visit Tanglewood dottore season sponsors how he and chase yeah on the auto mile where if you is more on enough random we have everything you're looking for a model you want with the options you want all low prices Lisa brand new twenty nineteen Toyota Rav with all wheel drive for just one forty nine a month for twenty four months with only forty one hundred cash or trade that's right only one forty nine per month for complete details dot com start your summer at on the on the mild come on.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"As I mentioned west side highway is moving very nicely south on allmovie drive approaching the FDR is busy by exit seventeen of the arts cafe our next traffic update that's going to happen in less than ten minutes on WCBS and here's meteorologist Frank straight to the B. clear tonight it'll turn more comfortable low sixty nine a bit down some of the far north and west suburbs will be to fifties then tomorrow looks to be a pretty day to start the work week we'll have sunshine low humidity and high of eighty five tomorrow night will be clear low seventy two in mid town sixties in the suburbs for Tuesday it'll be warmer partly sunny with temperatures approaching ninety then on Wednesday looks to be a hot more humid day with partly sunny skies likely ninety wanted the town would be an afternoon thunderstorm Thursday looks to be a warm steamy day as the remains of berry move in we'll see some showers and thunderstorms especially later in the day and into the night hi eighty six in mid town that Friday looks to be a hot steamy day with partly sunny skies ninety three for the high in mid town of the heat index could crack a hundred that day and your right now we have eighty one degrees in ness concert is AT two and T. nhac eighty three degrees N. Central Park at nine fifty one evening's blackout left more than seventy two thousand con ed customers without power W. CBS reporter Kevin Rincon to scores of midtown businesses also were impacted here in hell's kitchen you can find a place to eat on just about every quarter which if you're hungry is great but during a power outage it creates some issues Molly works at a restaurant here along ninth Avenue and everything in their fridge at the Gulf yeah we have to trade all of spoke to a man named cigar who works at a deli in the middle of the outage he says they were relying on the honor system which one of those help people like even like some people they came in they couldn't use the ATM everything was out so we just like telling a lie even gravel water paid come back impeller yeah I also spoke to a woman from out of town with their kids who for the most part took the outage in stride so we got a few slice of pizza us right out we got candles we were knocking at the dollar store because everybody every store was calls in one let people in its own like an adventure it was an adventure the whole street people were singing citizens were directing the traffic because it was very hard to cross the street and while the lights are all back on now the blackout has given each and everyone here a story to tell in hell's kitchen Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty also impacted Jennifer Lopez who was performing at Madison Square Garden and was about four songs in land the blackout occurred.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"About eighty one degrees mostly sunny skies right now it's sixty at metro w._w._e. news time is nine thirty two and you heard it first here on w. w j we have a freeway closure this is in livingston county on eastbound i ninety six let's go to dennis new bucker a little west of twenty-three at spence row hit a lot of accidents here as a matter of fact roberta they have one now that's blocking all lanes you're forced off those dispenser road get back on from the entrance ramp spencer road back on the east ninety six but i'm sure grand river is going to be a popular alternative the mets were the backup is approaching this crash doubts blocking all lanes of east ninety six spencer road back to grand river grand river through brighton to u._s. twenty-three get back onto twenty-three to get up to ninety six via lee road east ninety six shutdown spencer road in livingston county just west of u._s. twenty-three back with an update coming up at nine thirty eight there is a frantic search underway this morning right now for five year old boy who disappeared it went missing from his home on detroit's west side w._w. jay's city beat reporter vicki thomas is live and local with the updates vicky and tom it's an all out search here on detroit's west side by detroit police going door to door using k nine's and helicopters pouring over video from homes and businesses a command center has now been set up here at the corner of saint mary's and seven mile the street has been completely blocked off cadets from the academy have been brought in to help in the search captain daryl patterson says the mother of five year old mark is pruitt reported him missing.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A high of eighty one degrees, sunny another warm day at high of eighty three degrees. You're listening to news ninety three point one k. False flag conspiracy groups online or just conspiracy groups in general since they talk about how they don't think the moon landing was real or some other thing or something having to do with politics. Most the time they discussed just their theories with each other online. But sometimes those theories spill out into the real world. And there are unintended consequences as a grass valley school is now finding out in case. Mike flood's spoke to one of the organizers at that school about how everything went down. Yeah. The blue marble jubilee is one of two major fundraisers for the grass valley charter school every year and Wendy Willoughby, president of the grass valley. Charter school foundation says she was blindsided by sudden connection from members from an online conspiracy group known as q on linking the fundraiser to a tweet from James Comey. This the former FBI director, here's how she explains it Colmey, many folks to spend time on social media do took part in a trending hashtag, Twitter and Facebook came it's hash. Tag five jobs. I've had so he lists five jobs. These folks who believed that this was in some odd way a coded. Message took the first letters of the five jobs, and those letters were g z c s and that of course is the acronym for grass valley charter school foundation. The online group then notice the fundraiser around the corner and took out his a message that Komi and deep deep state operatives replanning, some kind of attack will be says, the go foundation realizing online attention was not going away they received several voicemails in the span of a few days, and they felt the need to cancel the event out of an abundance of caution caution was based out of what we know from history. If you harken back to two thousand sixteen that these theories that are completely based in nothing real no evidence. No facts, they are forced acronyms and moving letters around to create a message that you. You believe if there that's essentially what we're talking about that those things often mobilize very unstable people to do dangerous things. She says the event is cancelled indefinitely right now. But if you want to donate to the school that can visit grass valley charters dot org. All right. Thank you so much governor newsome's new budget more spending. Is it too much spending? My nuisances know, why Republicans say yes, we go deeper in three.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eighty one degrees. We've got some showers in southeastern Dallas county south of interstate twenty. And there could be a lot more activity coming later this afternoon. We'll check traffic and weather together on the aids he had four and a half minutes. Top story this hour, some online Slough thing by North Texas mother helps Irving police find a fifteen year old runaway and shut down child sex trafficking operation KRLD's help. He Phillips reports to people are in jail. The mother of a fifteen year old lasts on her daughter. The middle of last month. She began checking your girls Email accounts. The first account suggested the daughter had been accessing her own Email from someplace in Irving, but police officer David Dickinson says there was an even darker discovery. He'd also local. Another account that had been opened with Email that account was being used basically as to solicit sex able to pinpoint where the girl was in moved in Dickinson says they arrested twenty nine year old Dominick parks in twenty year old destiny hands bird on charges of trafficking, child and compelling prostitution digging. Jason says investigators believe the child had been moved from Tel two motel over the last few weeks. LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. The investigation continues into the death of Fort Worth boy KRLD's Andrew Greenstein has an update police say yesterday evening. Eleven year old John McCain gay friends got into a pool area at the ladera poems apartments on campus drive in south Fort Worth by climbing, a wrought iron fence security order the mount and the kids scaled the fence again. But this time a one guy got caught and became impaled. He died at cook children's medical center. A short time later officer Brad Peres says while the investigation continues. News that doesn't appear to be any wrongdoing on the apartment complexes part at appears to be just an extremely unfortunate accident, I'm not aware of any criminal findings are anything that is going to be investigated as far as from a criminal perspective at Fort Worth police headquarters. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD disown police investigating a deadly shooting on oak meadow lane police were called a home in a neighborhood. Just west of I thirty five this morning. They found a man's body in an alley. Police say had several gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene there working to determine his identity and process evidence. Investigators believe he may have been shot sometime after midnight. The search goes on this after noon for missing grapevine woman. Sixty-six-year-old Joyce Payne left home early Friday and has not been seen. Since Amanda mcnew with grapevine police says investigators are looking into tips they've received. If you qualify. They spotted her in the today are. And in fact, she is somewhere L mcnew says what's especially concerning is that pain left home without her wallet her phone or her medications who have the missing woman's photo at KRLD dot com. Coming up next. It's game. Seven time to win her come home and play golf.
NYC subway station at site of 9/11 attack reopens after nearly 2 decades
"Just a few days the nation will be marking the seventeen th anniversary of eleventh attacks and here in New York subway station that was destroyed on that day. When the twin towers fell came crashing down on the Cortlandt street. Subway, stop on the number one line after all these years reopened yesterday, here's erupted as the first train rolled into the new World Trade Center court Lund's station at noon on Saturday. The old Cortlandt street station was buried under the rubble of the twin towers on September eleventh two thousand one construction of the new station was delayed until the rebuilding of the surrounding towers was underway. The news station cost one hundred and eighty one million dollars and features a mosaic. That uses the words from the declaration of
Paul McCartney Opens Up to Howard Stern About Beatles, John and Yoko, New Album
"Sir. Paul is on the Howard Stern show yesterday. And said, yes, it was John who broke up the Beatles. A meeting where Joan came in and said, hey, guys, I'm leaving the group fan McCartney ads, and you know, looking back on it. I think. He'd reached that stage in his life. We all had passed for Yoko Paul admitted. It was intrusive when she used to sit in on recording sessions. But he says the guy was totally in love with her. You have to respect
Airport security bins carry more germs than toilets
"Or you may want to wash your hands. The next time you go through airports. Security. A new study says the plastic security bins are loaded with even more germs than airport toilets. The researchers found half of the bins may carry viruses that cause respiratory infections. They also looked at other airports jerem hotspots, including handrails touchscreen. Kiosks and luggage
Senator John McCain, Larry Kane and Chicago Cubs discussed on 24 Hour News
"In sports Phillies pulled to within two games of the Braves. After a walk-off to two one ten inning win over the, Chicago Cubs today's cut down day for, the eagles who have to, trim the roster down to fifty. Three players by this
Cambodian court jails Australian filmmaker for six years for espionage
"Of sunshine in eighty one degrees. For the beaches, those temperatures will slip a little. Bit into the upper seventies for Saturday Sunday and Labor Day Eleonora county we'll see numbers in. The low seventies and upper sixties this. Evening but eighty-seven for Friday lots of sunshine on tap for you for the weekend with highs in the mid eighties and will hold onto about eighty five for Labor Day for you for the valleys this. Evening looking at temperatures in the mid to upper sixties
Trial of two men accused of Hadiya Pendleton's murder begins its second week
"The trial for two Chicago men accused of shooting and killing a. Teen girl is expected to. Resume tomorrow WBZ m.'s Lisa fielding reports separate juries are. Hearing the cases for co-defendants Mikhail ward and Kenneth Williams prosecutors say had Pendleton enter classmates went to harsh park that day in two thousand thirteen after their final exams at king college prep and we're caught in. Gang gunfire between two southside factions warden Williams are accused of opening fire on Pendleton group thinking they were members of a rival gang who hung out, there last week several of. Pendleton classmates took the stand recalling what they saw. That day Pendleton had. Just performed. With her high. School's banned, for President Obama's second inauguration. A week before, she was killed the case quickly made
Paul Manafort, Steve Boyer and Elon Musk Musk discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Eighty one degrees police. Have arrested suspect in a shooting at a, Wichita playground that injured a two year old girl officer Charlie Davidson says an eighteen year. Old man is arrested last night and booked for aggravated battery and aggravated assault the girl was shot in. The foot. Wednesday while she was at a neighborhood playground police believe the shooting. Is related to an ongoing
Reese Witherspoon throwing ice cream at Meryl Streep is the internet's new favorite thing
"July non-farm payrolls. Advanced an upwardly revised increase the Labor Department figures. Show, today so the jobless rate ticked. Down to. Three point nine. Glad to be back at work everyone Reese Witherspoon is trending looks like an image. Has been released for the upcoming season of big little lies and all we can see is Reese. Winding up to throw. An ice cream cone at Meryl Streep it's a phenomenal. Photo go check it out if you haven't seen it yet The new season of big little lies we'll be on HBO sometime soon that's all, we, know and one, more thing that is trending Tony Bennett. Someone is the birthday boy that is Tony Bennett. He, turns ninety two today and to. Celebrate he. Released a duet. With Diana Krall they did a revamped version of George and IRA Gershwin's nineteen twenty. Four song fascinating rhythm it's going to appear on the collaborative album of those that's going to be. Out September fourteenth so. Age ninety two Tony. Bennett still has a happy birthday All. Right that's trending here at mytalk. And I'll take a. Quick look at your channel five eyewitness, news weather. Forecast for the day it's going to be partly. Sunny throughout the day it's clearing up now. We had thunderstorms rolling through earlier but. Right now it is cloudy we'll have a high of eighty-seven low of seventy. Two for. The day and then tomorrow we have a chance of thunderstorms high of eighty low of seventy. Curly it's eighty, one, degrees and partly cloudy here at mytalk Now you know what we know..
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Home to thousands of cars AccuWeather says, partly to mostly cloudy and humid tonight a shower or heavy thunderstorm around and a low seventy five tomorrow very warm and. Humid with periods of clouds and sun along, with a couple of showers and thunderstorms a high eighty seven On Friday still warm. And humid. Clouds and sun makes and can't rule out a shower or thunderstorm and a high eighty five and Saturday still not out of the woods chance of a shower thunderstorm and a, high eighty four currently eighty one degrees and cloudy good afternoon I'm Larry Kanter wins news time at the tone to thirty Good. Afternoon I'm Susan Richard White. House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders has this to say about the president's latest tweet on the Russia pro president is not obstructing he's fighting back the. President is stating his opinion stating at clearly and he certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of corruption that we've seen from people like Jim Komi Peter Struck Andrew. McCabe correspondent Bob Costantini, tells us the tweet appeared to give Jeff Sessions some marching order again against the Muller's, investigation President Trump tweeting what he wants the nation's top law. Enforcement officer to do this is a. Terrible, situation and attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop the rigged witch hunt right, now before continues to stay in our country any further in quote the president also goes after Paul Manafort in a way saying Manafort worked for prominent Republicans but someone should have told him that Manafort was under investigation before he hired Manafort is campaign. Manager however. The metaphor charges stemmed from the Muller investigations probe into the Trump campaign. Even though the accusations involve alleged crimes. Committed even before Mr. Trump announced his presidential bid. Bob Costantini the White House in his tweet the president also. Took direct. Aim at Robert Muller and his team. Calling them a disgrace to the USA city cops protested city hall will. Tell you why after traffic. And AccuWeather stay. With us wins news time to thirty one from, the ram trucks traffic center here's Greg rice looks like this is going to impact.
Smoking banned in public housing nationwide
"Red, Eye Radio he. Is currently I'm Gary McNamara did you see that as of, today are as of yesterday smoking is banned in all public, housing nationwide An, Obama, era, of. Rule passed by the Obama, administration 2016 yet that's a. Rule that you can that that that's, a real the, executive branch can put. In right right right right. Mocking in all public housing effective today affects one point one million public housing units in America so no smoking no smoking at all. No, smoking inside and outside you have to be more than. Twenty five. Feet away from that. Building twenty five, feet away in. Public housing or administrative office buildings yeah does not apply to, e cigarettes snuff or chewing tobacco all right So they say the ban is expected to save the government one hundred fifty three million dollars a year in repairs and healthcare costs, for Omnitracs here's your, forecast throughout the day plenty of showers for the south and the north. East I sixty five north and south seems to be about. The dividing line today for the rain showers, and again east of that interstate, over to the coast you'll need, the, wipers, up and, down, I ninety five as well by. The, time you get out to near Springfield Illinois down through Evansville Memphis, and Jackson though showers start to dry up and you could. See some spotty showers today along. I, twenty, from, Shreveport. Over to just past Fort, Worth rain in the west. But not enough to put any kind, of dent into, the fire situation we're. Not talking any significant rain. In California till next week Los Angeles will see eighty one degrees today cooling in the Pacific northwest Seattle seventy eight today sixty eight. Tomorrow, Dallas oh hit ninety five heavy rain for Atlanta near. Eighty one One for the Big Apple. We've got showers and thunderstorms and eighty eight in New York City your national forecast from Red Eye Radio I'm, meteorologist. John, trout thanks, so much John eight six six ninety. Redeye.
New York City Launches Initiative to Eliminate Racial Disparities in Maternal Death — ProPublica
"In Newark Anna car has. Broken down now in the left lane Degan southbound approaching the mccombs, damn bridge and a crash has been moved to the right shoulder on the hutch northbound at, the Connecticut New York border near Len rich road that's causing rubber necking delays our next traffic update in less than ten minutes. On WCBS now the forecast from Frank straight through. This evening we'll see a couple of showers and thunderstorms around me north and northeast of. The city otherwise tonight it'll be clear account and more comfortable air will. Settle in we'll drop seventy midtown mostly sixties in. The suburbs then tomorrow looks to be a nice day to win the weekend mainly sunny with. Lower humidity eighty four mainly clear uncomfortable. Tomorrow night low sixty eight sunny to partly cloudy for your mundane still decent day with a high eighty four For Tuesday through Thursday we turn more unsettled through the WCBS. Five-day forecast mostly cloudy with a shower and thunderstorm. Around Tuesday muggy eighty four clouds and sun with a couple of showers and thunderstorms around. Wednesday and especially Thursday I will days about eighty-five shout for showers and. Thunderstorms around through this evening then we dropped seventy. Late tonight nice day coming up tomorrow our temperature in town right now eighty one degrees fair. Sky a pretty sunset about to begin. And there's no wind at all seventy eight dairy ends Seventy-nine in Bayshore WCBS news time seven fifty New, Yorkers live longer than, the average American who knew the health department data show the. New York City residents live longer lives than the average American nearly three years. Longer life expectancy for all New Yorkers is an average of. Eighty one point two years in contrast to seventy eight point four years for the rest of the US but the health department underlines that racial disparities still. Exist noting that black New Yorkers have the shortest life expectancy at seventy seven point two years the latest stats show that the three leading causes of death in New York City namely heart disease cancer. And influenza slash pneumonia have gone down since two thousand seven teen birth rates. Have dropped by more than half. Over the past ten years, but the health department underlines that. They're to racial, disparities exist, noting that infant mortality for blacks is three times higher than for whites and people living in high poverty neighborhoods had a premature death Rate twice as high as people living in wealthier communities in lower Manhattan rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty today is national dance.
N.Y. state withdraws approval of Charter and Time Warner merger, boots Spectrum
"And weather together every ten, minutes on eight here's Bill Buckner we are overloaded. Right now at the inbound George Washington Bridge at least thirty minutes coming off those express lanes of eighty ninety five and that inbound upper level continues to look like it is just almost standing still at this point, with an accident on the New York side still being cleared at the Lincoln it's twenty to twenty five. Now coming in and the Holland it's averaging five to ten in both directions take a look at the eastbound side of, the northern state Parkway up by Glen. Cove road still a bit slow there but not. As bad as it was so we're making progress with a crash being cleared the eastbound southern state is now jamming. Almost off the bell Parkway and straight out to the area past Hempstead lake we may have some problems there on the highway and. The inbound Ghana's expressway still. Very heavy Up through, industry city toward, thirty ninth street and a possible accident now on the westbound. Side of the. Belt Parkway that's out around Pennsylvania Avenue eastbound, belt you've got heavy traffic from flatbush avenue at. Least on out to the same area Pennsylvania Avenue and other traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS check the WCBS five day forecast here's meteorologist Bill Deger really dry conditions expected over the next several days, today we'll see a mix of sun and clouds a stray, afternoon thunder storm and warm and humid for. The rest of our Saturday high eighty four clear tonight low seventy sixties in the suburbs beautiful end to the weekend tomorrow, lower humidity sunshine high eighty four Monday. Now looks dry increasing clouds eighty four again but. That unsettled weather returning beginning Tuesday shower thunderstorm chance clouds eighty four partly sunny a thunderstorm still around Wednesday with a. High of eighty six right now eighty one degrees we have cloudy sky the wind is calm The relative humidity at sixty, seven percent in central park seventy, nine in. Darien Eighty-one in bay shore WCBS news time twelve twenty New York regulators, have started the process, to ban a, cable giant from the state WCBS, is Mike melts explains governor Cuomo simplifying why charters spectrum could be. Soon kicked out of New York. They made certain representations. To get the franchise They have not lived up to those representations when it bought Time Warner Cable charter, communications made an agreement with the state that it. Would greatly expand services to underserved. Areas they have not done that and now two years into a four year time line. The state's public service, commission, has voted to revoke its. Agreement with charter meeting charter which runs spectrum. Cable now has sixty days to, find a buyer to take over spectrum in New York and. Then get out some of these large, corporations they can, get, away, with murder in a statement charter. Accuses the state of playing politics pointing out. That it's election season and when that happens quote rhetoric often becomes politically charged governor Cuomo showed no wiggle room for negotiation and if, there is no negotiation it's likely charter would look to block this move in court Mike's melts. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty disgraced former state assembly speaker jealous Sheldon silver is going to jail he's been sentenced. To seven years for corruption WCBS reporter Peter School was outside, the, courthouse,.
President Donald Trump makes a statement about the economy from the White House
"A raging wildfire in northern California turns deadly, killing one man helping to fight the blaze former New York assembly speaker, Sheldon silver will be sentenced for corruption. This afternoon. The Yankees host the royals. The Mets are in Pittsburgh. It's eighty one degrees and sunny on Friday. July twenty seven. Just ahead lies this is WCBS NewsRadio eight. It's eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour presented by indeed dot com I'm Steve cave in, President Trump applauds this morning's report on the economy. And says it won't be a one time shot doing great the president calls it a, turnaround of historic proportions in the second quarter of this year the, United States. Economy grew at the amazing rate of, four point one percent it's not the best GDP. Number ever but it is, the best one in four. Years and the Commerce Department says the trade deficit is shrinking Mr. Trump's have the credit is due to his tax cuts and tariffs America is being respected again in America's winning again because we. Are finally putting America first quality called it a. News conference the president took no. Questions and, flanked by, aides he headed, back into the residents Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House no time to waste..
Georgia lawmaker who used racial slurs on prank show resigns
"In the sticky. Stuff but we gotta tolerate some unsettled, weather rolling through here mostly cloudy showers thunderstorms you're gonna develop by the afternoon and evening hours for the hype about eighty degrees today this team ten meteorologist Zac green now tomorrow showers. And thunderstorms will end by early in, the afternoon then we'll. See some breaks of sunshine with, a high. Of about eighty one degrees, and we should see a break in the sticky stuff too and then, Friday look at that beautiful beach day Friday partly sunny with a high of. Eighty seven degrees seventy five degrees right now joining us as Tanya j powers from FOX Fox News and other city another ban on straws good morning we're talking about. San Francisco is what we're talking about today so, the board of. Supervisors has. Unanimously approved, a ban on. Plastic straws and takeout containers that are treated with, us for native chemical they're actually the second city to. Be talking about this. This week with a Seattle plastic straw ban went into effect this week the businesses they. Can't be too happy about this. Because I mean they're getting wacked those things cost dole well the. I'll tell you it's really not happy the American chemistry council and plastics industry association, I would imagine yeah there there have a problem with this. They say this is unnecessary legislation the cities are looking, at doing this more and more recently. Because they say the plastic straws and stirrers or too small to the recycled properly So that's, one of the reasons. That you're seeing this you know kinda push recently did Starbucks Trump on this did Starbucks say they're going to get rid of the plastic stuff They. I know some of the new they've got are different. But I, don't know if they're any different kinds of. Plastic I haven't I've just seen them I haven't actually used one They looked like they look like regular, though I'm not really sure I don't know if that's part. Of the. Different than other stores. Or wouldn't have been right Yeah I, would imagine if any companies going to jump on the bandwagon fast would. Something like this would be. It. Would be Starbucks. So but it's it's west to east I think. Is, the the whole attitude the way this is gonna work we shall see tongues, you okay thanks very much seven thirty eight at. NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM plastic straws. A Georgia lawmaker who got pranked into showing his bare but his buttocks, on television show bows to pressure I hope he pulled. His pants up before he bowed here's FOX's Carmen Roberts a day after refusing, to resign Georgia state Representative Jason Spencer calls it quits a spokesman for the state speaker of the house. Says Spencer's resigning after his conduct on, a TV show horrified fellow Republicans comedian Sasha baron Cohen posing as. An Israeli military expert convinced Spencer to drop. His pants bear his. Bottom on camera and yell racial slurs Cohen told Spencer the actions would scare off ISIS fighters Because. They're afraid of homosexuals Spencer plans to step down Chile thirty first Carmen Roberts. Fox, News if you saw this video and it's going to be hard to avoid because you know it's in the news cycle now, on, this everywhere it went viral I, mean how can this guy be so stupid to get pranked into that. I mean I think the. Anybody. With announced the. Brains would have looked at this person and said. You, want me to do what I mean and realize they getting pranked unbelievable organizers, of last year's deadly unite the right rally remember. That in Charleston Charleston Charleston Ville Virginia they're canceling their. Request to Mark the one year anniversary in the city Jason Kessler withdrew, his request yesterday for permit from the city for an. Event the weekend of August the eleventh another rally is still planned though for, Washington DC gatherings of less than fifty people don't even need a permit in Charlottesville so smaller events could. Actually still crop up now Kessler had, gone to court to fight for the right of this group too Gather again this, year, but he pulled his objections to the injunction against his group yesterday but smaller groups can still, gather. Seven,.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Skies, overnight tonight down to sixty four. Lake Fifty-eight inland on your Tuesday partly cloudy to mostly sunny will be mostly dry throughout the day a chance for a few. Afternoon spotty late rain showers high temperature of eighty one degrees for your Wednesday partly cloudy with increasing clouds late in the. Day high of eighty four degrees with showers and thunderstorms developing, late on your, Thursday partly cloudy. Seventy seven degrees and for Friday beautiful seventy six with mostly sunny skies I'm meteorologist Jesse ribka forecast on WTMJ the barometric pressure is steady the Lake Michigan water temperature is seventy in Madison it's eighty-two degrees in Green Bay seventy eight and Waukesha. Seventy five in Milwaukee it is seventy one degrees John Melissa with you on this Monday afternoon producer Nick found this article and I like the headline Papa John's is worried. That Papa John will try to take over the company it's his, company right well it used to, be. So he's, been, kicked out because he. Used the n. word on, a conference call and the apparently ran the place like a frat house is best buddies are in positions of power and so, the board, removed him and now he says, he should have never resigned never retired. He feels like he was forced out. And said it was based. On rumor and innuendo and there are indicators that. Now he is trying to buy so much stock back that he could once. Again be put in control And the board is preparing for a, fight they've adopted poison pill language, they've adopted, a new language that says that if anyone tries to buy more than thirty one. Percent of the company's? Stock without them knowing it will not be allowed it? Will? Freeze it will not happen companies do this from time to time and Papa John says he's, fighting, mad and he wants back into the company this could get very, hairy and it could go on. For a really long time it could get ugly the headline Papa John's. Is worried that, Papa? John, we'll try to take. Over the company complicated yet is we've got a lot coming up this hour bird scooters another perspective should they be allowed in Milwaukee what exactly is he issue houses going to get, resolved alderman Michael Murphy with us. At four twenty one and we're going to give, you a. Chance to weigh in on those birds scooters what do you think should they be outlawed or is the city of Milwaukee overreacting we want your phone calls coming up at four thirty four and Wisconsin's, first lady Tonette Walker Reluctant campaigner she will be. With us coming up at. Four fifty she's not gonna campaign I promise we're not going to let that happen but I want to ask her what it's like, to be on the trail with. The governor and. She's also got a. New initiative trying to help people get up and..
Canadian marijuana company Tilray has first US pot IPO
"Down for nineteenth street ongoing cleanup Explosion aren't w. trains are now stopping at. Twenty third street but there. Are going to be some are closing there at the twenty third street station the Lincoln tunnel with at least a forty five, minutes late at a collision in the Senate now inbound side about a forty five minute wait as well Holland forty. Five inbound side about a half hour I'm Tom Mitigate shopper eight gallons forecast from the weather center pretty nice. Clear tonight with a low in the sixties another beautiful day. Tomorrow sunny comfortably warm with a high eighty to eighty five there is, a. Chance of showers and thunderstorms through the weekend particularly late Saturday through Saturday night into Sunday but right now that is just a distant thought we have beautiful sunshine low humidity. In eighty one degrees in New York at four forty the auto industry. Is coming out, against, proposed. Tariffs on vehicle, imports are dealers expressing concerns about rising prices carmakers, worried about, lost jobs Jennifer Thomas of the alliance of automobile manufacturers says it's a global, industry support the administration's efforts to level the playing playing field and strengthen our trade agreements, to grow American jobs but we respectfully contend that there is a better way to do this. Then, raising tariffs commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says, no decision has been, made yet on auto tariffs Jeff Gilbert four. CBS news Detroit another big first for the marijuana industry a major Canadian broher, processor. And distributor has completed an initial public stock offering on the NASDAQ the. IPO raised one hundred fifty three million dollars today shares of till Ray began trading at seventeen dollars. A quickly jumped to twenty one the IPO jazz Canada prepares to legalize. Recreational pot nationwide, four, forty. One a WCBS, hours little I didn't talk for a long time, sensitive to, lights and sounds Seinfeld secret hiding places where they claim Sometimes I do the, same things over and over until So one day I found. Out I had autism my family got..
WORLD: News in brief - The Morung Express
"All of new wbz news time is twelve eighteen it's eighty one degrees and mostly cloudy in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now a weymouth police officer is in critical condition after being shot several times early this morning the suspect who is in custody crashed his car then fled on foot and shot at police as he was being chased president trump is now on his way to finland for tomorrow scheduled summit with russian president vladimir putin the president and white house officials are downplaying the meeting saying not to expect any major results the trump administration is ramping up its efforts to reunite children were there undocumented parents this comes ahead of a court deadline which is less than two weeks away nearly three dozen airline passengers were hospitalized after their flight from ireland to croatia took a sudden plunge abc's janai norman speaks with some passengers about their harrowing experience ryanair flight f r seventythree twelve apparently losing cabin pressure rapidly descending more than twenty eight thousand feet in less than ten minutes roxanne brownlee describe what it was like my children crying case shining mommy am i gonna die where oxygen masks on and the plane has just plummeting the flight making an emergency landing in frankfurt germany thirtythree passengers had to be hospitalized many people retreated for burst eardrums but no serious injuries were reported ryanair said it would pay for hotels for affected customers but that there was a shortage of accommodations big changes are coming in physical training for army soldiers cbs's jim krasula has that the army is changing its physical fitness test after three decades it will phase out situps pushups in a daily two mile run a new combat fitness test will simulate soldiers lifting heavy objects similar to amion mission boxes or wounded.
Famed Spanish bull run ends with two gored, dozens hurt
"Forecast meteorologist mike levin turning out high and more humid today with a mix of sun and clouds high ninety degrees tonight partly to mostly cloudy with a shower thunderstorm low seventy four tomorrow partly sunny quite warm and humid with a shower thunderstorm around high eightyeight monday a mix of clouds and sunshine hot and humid monday i ninety i'm meteorologist michael simeone the wcbs weather center eighty four now in lyndon hurst it's eighty six eighty one degrees in nanuet it's eightyone fair skies and a fifty three percent humidity humidity staying low for the time being in midtown wcbs news time eleven forty after being stuck in that cave in thailand for a couple of weeks food will have never tasted better for the twelve boys and their soccer coach we're now recovering boys released a video food wishlist today they're still wearing surgical masks to prevent any infections tile ficials say all thirteen should be released from the hospital thursday ellen this year's final running of the bulls in spain six people were hurt the final bull run happened in the san fermin festival in pamplona six people hurt were bruised by the trampling bulls who were completing the nine hundred thirty art course along cobbled streets one man was dragged by a bull after its horn got caught in the man's neckerchiefs levin forty a wcbs i'm peter greenburg and this is today's worldwide travel minute trying to figure out a schedule is tough enough when you're at home but when.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It's eighty one degrees heading for a high of ninety two i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine k a r n wrestling gun away from burglars a dangerous gamble and a couple from little rock learned that they were trying to wrestle the gun away from a burglar that kicked their door down at pleasant point departments it went off in the scuffle in a stray bullet hit them both in the arm but thankfully their injuries are not lifethreatening according to channel seven the burglar got away with a playstation foreign some games as well as future battery and robbery charges a child was killed in a conway vehicle crash sunday night the teenager was driving a two thousand one nissan on friendship road and they didn't stop at a stop sign hitting another vehicle head on a boy in that nissan died the driver and two other passengers were also hurt it's almost like a right of passage if you go to brian high school getting a letter from vector marketing i got the my junior year bryant grad hannah rumba got a couple letters and a text message from them saying she was referred by a friend but that friend never refer so how they get rumbles information fox sixteens victoria price didn't really get an answer well they were able to tell us is that they buy information for recruitment from a third party provider a spokesperson said it likely could have been sourced from school affiliated paperwork bryan school district says they aren't the ones giving it out highway seventy now five lanes just in time for a weekend getaway in the spa city the highway now has less curves less hills and for reconstructed bridges and three months ahead of schedule i'm chris ingram next news at twelve oh three newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n it's fishing season one of the great reasons to be a man in.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is eighty one degrees right now at o'hare the trump administration announcing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the european union canada and mexico the move is sure to raise worries of a trade war with american allies bank rate washington bureau chief mark hamrick says the tariffs could have a detrimental impact on the us economy remains to be seen what kind of damage this will do to the broader economy both in the us and around the world and whether it ends up a boosting prices and causing a lift for inflation mexico says it will answer the terror with tariffs on us imports including pork bellies apples grapes cheeses and flat steel among other things the eu president calls it protectionism pure and simple in new york this meaning the meeting the morning i should say the meeting started with the photo album secretary of state mike pompeo north korea's former military intelligence chief have opened talks in new york to try to salvage on again off again summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un president trump told reporters this morning to talks are going very well so far so good today's the deadline for a state budget and a compromise plan is before the house the senate approved a thirty eight point five billion dollar plan overwhelmingly yesterday that's a big change from before the legislature and the governor couldn't even agree on any budget for the first two years bruce rounders term and alderman calling for more police patrols downtown and along the lakefront the summer months bring more lakefront activity forty second ward alderman brendan riley is asking for more manpower to crack down on rowdy teens telling the suntimes he supports policing strategy that allows for officers to walk alongside suspicious teams before they commit a crime and steer them towards public transportation heading away from the area the aco you strongly opposes the.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news we have an eighty one degrees at 2 o'clock abc news scott goldberg just hours after rolling back daca program protecting undocumented immigrants brought here as children president trump says he has great love for the socalled dreamers people think in terms of children but they're really young adults i have a love for these people and hopefully now congress will be able to help them and do it properly the morning announcement led to protests in many places including at the white house and in new york city histories chanted in front of trump tower as the administration announced it would daca nearly three dozen protesters were arrested if they cooperated nypd chief terrance monaghan said they were given special dispensation they give us all their pedigree information they will not be fingerprinted still mayor bill de blasio urged caution there are plenty of other people who can undertake the civil disobedience that wouldn't advise the daca recipients themselves to do it several states are ready to sue over dhaka's and aaron katersky abc news new york the president says congress could save daca democrats and some republicans say they would support a new law for the dreamers you have done nothing came here as children contributed to society the the demonstrated your ability to the beneficial to the country that south carolina senator lindsey graham and florida governor rick scott is suspending all tolls as he urges people to prepare for hurricane erma we don't know what's going to happen we've all our follow this but one hundred eighty mile an hour storm is a significant store scott told everyone to have an emergency evacuation plan and to get supplies now now armagh now a powerful category five storm with winds.
"eighty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Extra port three fortythree on wbt's traffic on the threes are nicole thank you traffic is sponsored this time by the new england regional council of carpenters heard from nicole we are seeing some pop up thunderstorms and looking a little laminas in bossier right now we have the sun and some pretty dark clouds forming that could mean some rumbling let's check in with eric fisher the fourday devil day abc accu weather moving showers and thunderstorms are likely through this early evening after seven o'clock we should clear out and dry out overnight lows in the lower 50s of the full moon overheads of our loves morning cloudiness as some showers and thunderstorms decatur wore west there is a slight chance of morning showers then we'll get some sun and then a couple of isolated afternoon showers and storms highs near eighty one degrees on sunday mostly sunny a gusty westwardly wind hot day does weekend day of the year so far has your ninety five degrees great will head to the shore 70s on the cape monday partly cloudy hazy hot and humid a slight chance of late day storm and a high near ninety four i'm wbz tv meteorologist kirk fisher wbz news radio ten thirty getting reports of some thunderstorms in worcester as well right now an let's check the vineyard sunny seventy two nantucket sixty one seventy five and a mix in bingo is the key k ties the aides said getting god he'd say hey guys the key as ties the pa that is heading pay today and nick cave it's easy yep left slim texted action he.