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Chicago Weather: Even Warmer On Friday
"Under showers taking over that adds the weekend forecast here in Chicago as the slow moving front that's been west of us all week finally comes on in the Illinois this weekend mid sixties at the lake shore tonight mostly sunny Friday warm high of eighty five and it's scattered thunder showers Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the low eighties Saturday upper seventies near eighty on Sunday from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty seventy four degrees at Chicago's lakefront eighty five at midway eighty seven degrees officially at
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eight eighty seven degrees mostly sunny outside time for traffic and weather together on the eight th you're still in Rogers all right we got this one problem in grapevine and it's it's a little bit of a nuisance here Randy fuller what's happened in the area south on one twenty one bass parole of one person made a mess for everybody else they had a construction barrier now two right lanes are blocked in that backup stretches from grapevine mills sandy lake airforce up on thirty five W. expect fifteen maybe twenty minutes from downtown to Burlison west brown one twenty one from you list a Hearst or I should say one eighty three westbound from the list her sets are all rolling stock rolling well looking good it's been moving pretty well as as well on the Parker county side if you're trying to get back and forth between I. twenty well I should say on I. twenty between the Hudson oaks Weatherford area and then over to west loop eight twenty no issues whatsoever I thirty five E. if you're coming in from Sanger trying to get down towards Denton county or or Tarrant county ha continuing on south thirty five W. that's a pretty clean shot he's about six thirty five rather than a little traffic around the high five moving east towards Greenville Avenue it's not look good overall so about twenty minutes from at Luna in farmers branch and heading east to down to highway eighty in mesquite I'm Julie Rogers next report at five fifty eight AM breaking traffic alerts when they happen Carol the weather center for Ruben and associates at one eight hundred lawyers tonight hello run sixty five tomorrow nearly ninety degrees Friday we'll see eighties again with increasing clouds and a chance for storms after midnight into Saturday morning Saturday will look pretty nice though after that rain pushes through it'll be sunny a little bit cooler temperatures in the seventies same for Sunday seventy.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Of I should say that's up to those close about helpful mark has real for the traffic externally the Presbyterian center eighty seven degrees now the forecast early today and call for some showers this afternoon even a thunderstorm but accu weather has since re invitees that forecast right now they're just saying it's going to be hot it's gonna be humid than any chance of rain is probably going to happen tomorrow that's over there right about that right now AT is eighty one degrees in downtown Pittsburgh no place is it more lives more renaissance individual results may vary when it comes to vein disease and those in Paris and painful varicose and spider veins no one is immune just ask three time beach volleyball gold medalist misty may Treanor I was surprised to see I had been disease I didn't think I was old enough I'm a working mom of three young ones and I still coat I need my legs healthy in performing at their best that's when misty went to ban clinics of America the doctors of bank clinics of America specialize in the latest laser therapies and minimally invasive treatments it's like the turn back time the veins they treated are completely gone and the procedure happens so fast for over thirty five years women and men have been enjoying healthy strong and youthful looking lake thanks to vein clinics of America like gold medalist misty may Treanor game clinics of America work for me and they can work for you to call then clinics of American now to see if you qualify for a free consultation most treatments are covered by insurance eight hundred three zero seven forty two hundred that's eight hundred three zero seven forty two hundred eight hundred three zero seven forty two hundred that is the J. flex as.
Record-Smashing Heat Wave Melts Alaska
"Alaska Alaska Alaska is now experiencing record high temperatures over the next few days as a massive heat dome parked right over the region UN usual heat wave is expected to bring temperatures of eighty seven degrees or higher over the next five days temperatures could match for break the all time I temperature said it anchorage International Airport of eighty five degrees back in June of nineteen sixty nine
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Slow now she had long i seventy five in detroit norther accidents or problems on the freeways watching the aaa jam cams or the twenty four hour traffic center dennis new bacher w w j newsradio nine fifty and the accuweather forecast breezy and pleasant was sunshine and a few clouds and a high of eighty three degrees tonight partly cloudy with a shower or a thunderstorm around overnight low of sixty six degrees then some partial sunshine tomorrow not bad day it's going to be warm up to eighty six degrees also warm on thursday eighty seven degrees and maybe a shower thunderstorm returning on friday eighty-six on friday eighty six on saturday right now fair skies at metro airport is currently sixty six degrees hi i'm jay farner c._e._o. of quicken loans thirty percent of americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more we'll pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one to five percents a._p._r. four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com rick subject to change at eight hundred feet receivers disintegrate call for cost information and conditions housing lender m._l._s. number thirty thirty to take this station with you wherever you go download the radio dot com app today and listen to this station and over three hundred other stations with the radio dot com app you could favor your top stations for easy access and receive alerts with breaking news contest opportunities and more to favored a station just click on the.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Eighty seven degrees at two o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Police say the shooting death of an NYPD detective at a cell phone store robbery in queens was caused by friendly fire talked up police Commissioner James O'Neill identified the officer as detective Brian Simonson an eighteen year veteran of the force tonight. Highlights incredibly brave actions NYPD members perform each day. In the name of fighting crime and keeping people safe in every neighborhood. This is an absolute tragedy. The worst outcome any police officer or family of a police officer could ever imagine sergeant was also shot published reports identify him sergeant Matthew Gorman of the one hundred second precinct the to head responded to a robbery at the t mobile store on Atlantic avenue and one hundred twentieth street in Richmond hill about six twenty last night when gunfire erupted police say the suspect turned out was carrying a fake gun. He was shot and is in stable condition, Simon since death the first for the NYPD since 2017 the verdict is guilty against the Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo jurors have been deliberating for six days and comb through two hundred hours of testimony, dozens of boxes of evidence and ask legal questions several times during three months of testimony in Brooklyn, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The reputed leader of a Mexican drug cartel was facing ten charges of drug conspiracy and money laundering. The sixty one year old who's mind was extradited. To the US in two thousand seventeen and now faces life in prison without parole. I'm Lisa Jeep or a seven ten W O R. The latest winter storm is pulling away from the tri-state area. Some icy conditions expected to continue expected especially north and west of the city officials are urging motorists to use extreme caution. If they go out and some schools in the northern western suburbs are already calling for delayed. Openings funeral services are planned today for the new Rochelle woman found murdered and stuffed in a suitcase in Greenwich, Connecticut. Prosecutors announced the arrest yesterday of Valarie Rae yeses ex-boyfriend air does Silva row Haas of queens, which they allegedly tracked him down they said for using her ATM card illegally too selfish, charged with kidnapping resulting in death. And that carries a sentence of death or life in prison. FBI assistant director James Sweeney junior says while the arrest does not alleviate the raise his family's pain and suffering. He hopes it will help provide some clue. Closure in her death to Nassau County. Police officers are being praised for saving a dog who is left out in the freezing cold yesterday morning officer, Peter Ariga, one of the two who saw the dog tied to the porch at a home on.
"Monstrous" Hurricane Michael eyeing Florida's Gulf Coast
"Wild looking radar shot with a hurricane coming up to the Gulf of Mexico and big thunderstorms often the north west of us this afternoon. Looks like active weather across the Gulf Coast about a forty percent chance of thunderstorms today. Some strong and severe mainly north west of Houston. Eighty seven degrees thunderstorms tonight, seventy two and a stray storm tomorrow eighty-five less of a rain chance late week. Michael taking aim at northwest Florida in the eastern Gulf of Mexico making landfall early tomorrow
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KSRO
"Today at eighty seven degrees. Seventy on the coast clear tonight. Low fifty three do technically have a wet red flag warning in effect through about ninety eight AM today. Tomorrow sunny at about seventy eight mid seventies. For most of the week. Fifty eight degrees in Kenwood this morning Windsor fifty seven in rohnert park, fifty four and fifty six degrees in Santa Rosa weather. Brought to you by Dr Walter Tom of the aesthetic laser in vain center voted best cosmetic surgeon in sonoma's county for the third year in a row. See why by booking your free consultation now call five four to vein or visit laser and vein dot com. It is eight oh seven at K SRO the cause of the tubs fire still under investigation one year after the blaze began fill under investigation. We're still waiting for results back from various labs. Imagine this particular fire was very complex as far as an investigation is concerned. Unfortunately, this one. Course had a lot of complexities to it. And our investigators have been on it since the beginning. That's Cal fire. Scott McLean on what sparked the blaze that ignited one year ago today and destroyed thousands of homes and lives. The agency is determined PG and E power lines and equipment caused sixteen of eighteen blazes. The began October eighth and ninth across northern California. There is a lot at stake here. California's most destructive wildfire caused nearly eight billion dollars in insured losses. And a ceremony commemorating the one year anniversary of the sonoma's complex wildfires is going on tonight downtown Santa Rosa, the ceremony will include a reading by a local poet and a memorial bell ringing to honor the twenty four people who died in the fires. It will be going on at courthouse square starts at six o'clock. There will be also chocolate bailable today and tomorrow for public. Art expression connected with the one year anniversary of the fires and none other than Pat. Kerrigan will emcee that event tonight. Yeah. Along with Chris Smith at the PD the anniversary of the fires expected to further spike calls and visits to mental health counselors, the number of people contacting FEMA funded crisis counselors into Noma county. Surged fifty five percent from June, July when the massive car and Mendocino complex fire started another seventy percent in August as the fires continued to rage mental health counselors expect the trend to. Continue this month because of the anniversary commemorations the FEMA funded counseling continues through the California hope crisis program, which was established here shortly after the wildfires..
Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions
"It's now safe to go home for Massachusetts residents who were forced to evacuate their homes during a series of fires explosions last week WBZ TV's, Lisa Gresham reports. Governor Charlie Baker. Lawrence mayor. Dan Rivera gave the call this morning. The governor's started by asking people to be vigilant as they enter their homes. The mayor added that even though these are your home's you're going to have issues you will not have gas in. There will be damage the mayor at one point he even broke down in tears talking about how generous people have been raising money
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Puts a beat on Raleigh North Carolina still over a thousand miles away. Florence has its sights set on the state of North Carolina already long swells have set up rip Kurtzer over a dozen rescues yesterday surplus money trying to take advantage of smooth ways. These water temperatures are inviting eighty seven degrees. Of course, that's guilt for hurricane meteorologist, rob Marciano and rights, fill beach, and there's two other storms out there. There's Isaac with top sustained winds of seventy five miles per hour. Helene eighty five miles an hour. Is it is on a path that will probably take. It. Sounds a Cuba Hellene is expected to head north away from the US and into the Atlantic continuing our team coverage, maybe dealing with a problem from hurricane Irma. And not even know it trees on your property could appear to be okay, but they're actually dying arborists. Adam Jackson took me on a tour of so-called zombie trees. They've gone through the zone betray effect from the storms. They could have diseases. They could have pest problem you tell we'll take a close look where the branches come together. If there's using out of them areas and black areas coming out, he says, if the tree suddenly shows a lot of green foliage, it's just trying to survive after suffering trauma from storms that pack. Strong winds coming from all directions fracture in the wood particles inside which we don't see. There was a lot more information on our app. I'm Joe ruble. News ninety six point five. WDBO? Drivers in Maitland have two new access points at the I four eastbound ramps. Thanks to some recent changes. Those new ramps to I four eastern just passed. Maitland summit boulevard and Keller road, the old ramp was shut down Saturday due to work on the I four project officials say the changes will be an adjustment. They say it will save drivers time in the end. I'm channel nine Jamie homes for news ninety six point five WDBO tomorrow September eleventh New York City will Mark the seventeenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks. Once again, thousands from around.
Authorities identify 5 of 8 victims killed in New Mexico crash
"How long five of the victims of a head on. Bus tractor trailer crash in New Mexico have been identified as federal investigators now focus on the front. Of the semi NTSB senior investigator Peter Kutowski have aided information for blood of article. Purposes as, well as medical. Records of the driver three days after the crash sections of I forty will be. Closed to traffic. Today following investigators
Jordanian immigrant sentenced to death for Texas 'honor killings' of son-in-law, daughter's friend
"Roofing chance of scattered, showers in the area this afternoon high of eighty seven degrees tomorrow through the weekend and, into Monday scattered clouds hot windy highs in the ninety s lows in the seventies it's Eighty-six degrees at KRLD
Richard ROY Russell, West Van Buren and University Of Virginia discussed on The Beat
"Clouds out there eighty. Seven degrees. At O'Hare Chicago police have updated the list they say now four people have been. Wounded today in shootings in the west and southwest side the most recent of thirty three year old, man shot this afternoon in the leg. Of the forty four hundred block of. West van Buren a sixty year.
Young Warns of Trade war Over China Tariffs
"Eighty seven degrees in downtown indie. I'm John Harrison here's what's. Trending at four thirty-three, that's what, Facebook is doing FOX's Kristin Goodwin reports spokesperson says sharing instructions on how to print firearms using three. D. printers is not allowed under our community standards adding the company will be removing this content gun supporter groups like the firearms policy coalition do not approve calling. The ban
Dozens shot across Chicago in spate of weekend violence
"It's eighty seven degrees at twelve. Thirty I'm curt Lewis top stories, tonight dozens of. People shot five fatally in a very dangerous weekend in Chicago the latest now from CBS news CBS news update dozens were shot in Chicago this weekend. At at least five killed in what police, are attributing to gang violence city of Chicago experienced the violent. Night Incidents of either random. Or targeted shooting on our streets is totally unacceptable Chicago, police chief Rhett. Fred Waller voiced frustration a gang members whom he, blamed for taking advantage of large. Crowds to use his cover to take revenge she underscore the real problem of violent criminals who use the legal guns in some of our communities without the fear of consequences of their actions local pastor Donovan.
Private payrolls boom in July, increasing by 219,000 vs 185,000 estimate: ADP
"Denver high temperature. Eighty seven degrees tonight down to sixty one now that. Chance for afternoon thunderstorms in the mountains is going to. Continue right on through the weekend and, again from time to time, storm may sneak east into the. Metro area but generally dry weather and warmer, highs in the nineties from tomorrow through every day next week from CBS four I'm Ashton. Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM. And ninety. Four one FM some clouds this morning and fifty degrees in Denver now on Colorado's morning news the blueprints for three d. printed guns, are on. Hold for now thanks to a temporary order by judge now the debates on these homemade weapons is heating up ABC's Jim Ryan joining us now with the latest on that good, morning Jim, morning to debate began really in two. Thousand thirteen, a guy named Cody Wilson founded a company called defense Attributed it was his goal with this nonprofit organization to distribute blueprints. For principal guns firearms it was us doing so on principle he said because he felt that he. Was simply, sharing information and what, people did with that information was up to, them before the prohibition came down yesterday from that federal judge in Washington about a. Thousand people in Pennsylvania at. All ready downloaded the blueprints for this this firearm now those plu those plans have been taken down off the internet so there's. No access to them at, this point at least Marty right but the blueprints are still. Floating, around Jim is your is it as. Simple as you got a three d. printer you can get a gun, more or less yeah I mean if you if you. And by the way three d. printers gopher only about. A thousand dollars now you can get them fairly cheaply And they're getting cheaper. All the time so if you have a computer and the software to run the three d. printer and you had, the blueprints for something like this then yes you could create anything from a handgun all the, way to an, assault style rifle I was reading it the president? He had questions about this and I think either he was going to or did. Already speak with the NRA on that. Anything of that that you're aware yes well we don't know if he got in touch with the NRA or the NRA got in touch with him but we do know that even as, early as nineteen eighty eight the NRA officially was opposed to guns that could not be. Detected by x Ray machines these guns they do have at least. A couple of metal components and so they might, in fact be, detectable? At TSA or the the airport checkpoint. But the the, other issue with them is that they're not treatable because they don't have a serial number of course and? They. Also don't, require a background check because you're simply making, the gun yourself so supporters you've got critics what are the real dangers of those three Eighty printed guns they can, just get in anybody's in yes I mean if there if. One happened to be used in a crime they use real amunition they put real holes in people and if you use one in, the commission, of a crime there's no real way to to trace the weapon that might have. Been used in it it's the. Sensually like a burner phone ABC's Jim Ryan reporting thank you Jim thanks six fifty five Financial Engines dot com providing list. Of your money news as we? Turn. Things, over while we could get it for another blockbuster jobs report the payroll processor ADP is out with its, own jobs report for July and it shows private sector hiring up, by two hundred nineteen thousand far higher than the one hundred seventy three thousand projected ADP's. Report covers, only private sector jobs and it comes on a few. Days ahead of the, government jobs report which includes both private and public sector hiring. And that report comes out on Friday the parent company of your neighborhood supermarket here in Colorado may kick your credit, card out of the store Kroger is the owner of several grocery store companies including Foods Co., which is announced, that starting next month you won't be able To, use your visa credit. Card to pay for your groceries..
Woman dies while hiking in Mount Rainier National Park
"ABC news Stay connected stay informed KOMO, news good. Afternoon it is four thirty one I'm Kelly Blair with the top. Local stories from the KOMO twenty, four seven, news center An elderly couple has been upgraded to satisfactory condition today the recovering at Harborview medical after being stabbed in their own home yesterday afternoon Bellevue police say female houseguests. Stabbed to seventy six year old woman in her eighty three year old. Husband police. Tell us the, woman tried to set several fires in the home police arrested her neighbors believe she may have been a transient. In, need so far no motive in that case firefighters are warning you to be extra careful next week because of the extra wins and all the dry brush already we have seen how dangerous and how fast flames can destroy a home last night on lake cabin on neighbors and fellow boaters jumped into action. To try and stop a, fire from spreading KOMO, Suzanne Phan reports from mount Vernon as, flames, ripped through this cabin and shoot up the trees on. Lake Cavanaugh some, voters watching horror witnesses. Say neighbors. And voters. Jumped in, to help. Fight the fire Steve Manny. Was on the water when he spotted the flames sit back here got, my sump pump And His daughter brother and neighbor all raised back over to the burning. Cabin pretty much half the house was. Gone the fire started over on that side and kind of took the whole. House they're Manny another's quickly got to. Work we came tried to get on the, dock and there are so many boats near helping the, fire both. Guy and so we pulled up on the shore started sump pump going and got it all spraying down as much as we could in a fire started over on that. Side so we brought the boat over there and started hosing down that. Side try to save the neighbors on this Sunday investigators are serving all the damage. Done the cabin was, destroyed but the neighbor's homes were. Spared I feel terrible for the people that own the. House and you, know I feel grateful for the neighbors were able to keep it from. Spreading maybe this will show the people how fast something can go up in flames and how easy it spreads That is. Komo's Suzanne Phan reporting the body of a hiker swept away in the white river at mount rainier has been recovered the national park service's says that the woman was hiking. By yourself on the northern loop trail Wednesday when she was swept downstream. While attempting to cross the Westbrook of the white river a group of hikers saw. The woman struggle and, try to reach your but couldn't. They hiked out and notified authorities rescuers searched for her. By land and, air until they found her body on Friday we know she was just. Twenty two years old a Chinese national here in the states going to college KOMO news time is four Time to check our roads and AAA traffic with Evans Smith or working on an emergency response on southbound five just before Northgate taking up the two right lanes traffic is backing up to, stay little bit behind this looks like it may have been a brush sponsor of some kind meanwhile. Working, on bit slowing southbound five going between STAN would and Marysville, down towards this Tom rivers where you're back. Up to speed about five still clearing out between Lacey and do Pont area as well our. Next supporters of four forty four seven Smith KOMO traffic meteorologist general Donald checks are forecast what's. The heat wave that just doesn't want to quit around here where even warmer than we were yesterday right on schedule low nineties, around downtown Seattle Bellevue and Bremerton today and low to, mid ninety s as the peak of the heat hits tomorrow we'll start, your road this heat a little bit as we head into the middle of the week finally a nice marine pushed by Wednesday. And Thursday with early clouds maybe even some welcome. Drizzle and afternoon clearing but that's still several days off in the KOMO weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell it is hot now currently mostly sunny and eighty seven. Degrees in Seattle governor Inslee says the Trump administration's announced twelve billion dollars. In, relief from tariffs won't do, much to help Washington farmers for apple producers have been hit our cherries they're gonna hit as well Inslee visited growers in the Yakima valley this week he points out the. Announced federal subsidies targets soybean dairy, and, pork farmers the head, of the. Washington State Department of, transportation has some rough news for drivers hoping for relief from bad traffic it's not happening komo's Charlie Harger reports speaking at an industry conference washed chief Roger Millar tells his colleagues from around the country in essence traffic is lousy around here in big, old highways aren't going to fix it in fact congestion is using his words here is a problem. We, simply cannot solve according to meeting notes published by the American, Association of state highway and transportation officials Millar, says big problem is that people around here can't afford to Live near where we. Work so, we're driving along way answer, he says is to. Come up with new approaches to solving the, state's transportation woes but that's going to take time and money. Something taxpayers, might not be eager to tackle Charlie harder KOMO news And. Water has become a hot commodity among the, homeless during our current heat, wave which it'd mcadams with the downtown union gospel. Mission says they're handing out bottled water downtown and have sent. Out, a fleet of vans to distribute. Water to the city's homeless encampments we. Go through cases in. Cases of it not only the hydration center but also with the, vans and stuff like that we're going. To at least fifty cases of. Water a day wow most people living on the streets don't, have a place. To cool off let alone get water mcadam says they do this whenever. It gets above eighty five degrees the outpouring of support for fallen officer Diego marina continues, in Kent yesterday the community rallied at. A blood, drive in his honor komo's Mitch Pittman reports he. Was memorialized in a way that. Will save the lives of others the ultimate goal of those who put on the. Uniform Mr. protect and save lives officer Diego. Marino gave his own for that 'cause today his community, came to So more lives can be saved in, his name we're having our, second annual battle of the badges contest for blood. Donations started last year in the event pits police against firefighters. In, a friendly competition of who can. Bring out more donors but this year. It's all in honor. Of Marino so sad so sad but we wanted to bring up, and say thank you for all you. Did and we want to give. Back to his in his community every donation could save.
Disneyland Resort proposes to raise minimum wage for California park workers
"Be burning off as we head into the. Latter part of the morning. For LA Orange County metro mostly sunny skies by the afternoon with a high of eighty seven, degrees and then. For the valley's one oh two temperatures will slowly. Start. To cool jazz by a degree in and it could get a little bit hotter as we head into, the beginning. Of next week southern California's most accurate. Dependable forecast I'm CBS to, meteorologist amber Lee for KNX ten, seventy NewsRadio downtown LA has seventy-two stood against city has sixty nine and out in riverside, this morning. It is sixty eight degrees five seventeen on KNX governor Brown wants to overhaul California's, aging nine. One one system and he wants to raise Taxes on your phones to make. It happen the governor's asking the, legislature to. Impose a flat fee on cell phones landlines and other devices capable of nine one one it would add at least thirty four cents per line to your. Monthly Bill exchange Brown would eliminate an existing tax on in calls and other issue involving the governor. Prosecutors trying to get them to scale back a new mental health law you signed last month vastly expands the number of criminal suspects that can be diverted to mental, health treatment programs and have their sentences dismissed the expansion to spent to. Send suspects to bit before they. Reached the criminal process deemed competent to stand trial aunts into middle hospitals but San Diego County DA summer Stephens said that there's hardly a serious or violent felony offense where. Criminal defense attorney wouldn't make. The case that their client should undergo a mental health evaluation Mark. Austin Thomas Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio the lawyers for homeless people who've been removed from areas along these Santa Ana. River trailer asking a judge to suspend local anti. Camping and anti loitering laws while Orange County it's many cities Work on plans for more urgency shelters and the OC register says the attorneys also. Watergate class action status for a lawsuit they filed so it could include, up to fifteen hundred, displays homeless people socal gas. Company engineers begun the testimony and a class action lawsuit stemming from the Aliso. Canyon gas leak the engineer deposed for eight hours on Thursday after a long dispute between the attorneys and because of the gag order imposed by the judge there's. No word on what was said the plaintiffs attorney says he does expect the deposition to take at least another day or two almost ten thousand unionized workers at the Disneyland resort have voted to approve a three year labor, contract it follows weeks of protests by employees who, said they were earning poverty level wages among other things that he'll brings workers up to a minimum salary of fifteen dollars an hour by January Disney says the sets a new bar with. Minimum wages, that are, among the highest in the country the mother of a young man who was found dead in obey drug, overdose in the West Hollywood home of democratic political donor at buck. Is set to, hold a news Conference a little. Later today this comes after prosecutors decided to not file criminal charges in the case. Jamal Moore. Died of a crystal meth overdose last year authorities say there's. Not enough evidence to prove that buck was responsible so the death was ruled accidental a man suspected of. Killing a nurse and raping another woman in New York earlier this month has been arrested in the San Fernando Valley he was taken into, custody at a north Hollywood hotel at. As being held without bail New York police say the man apparently met his victims online so, this individual is known to us and it is believed by us this individual users dating websites to. Meet women and that victimize these women authorities say there could be other possible victims police in Redondo beach shot and killed a man who was armed with a pellet gun there were called the gates avenue after reports man was chasing somebody maybe some shots no word on why the officers. Opened fire but investigators say they did recover a realistic looking pellet gun at the same none of the officers was injured it's five twenty here's a look at Germany and Here's deep well after the Facebook. Share price collapse, yesterday Twitter getting slammed at pre market trades after it revealed the number of monthly users dropped by one million in the. Latest quarter and it's not likely. To improve as the social media network predicts the number will decline further as. It fights against spam fake accounts and militias rhetoric now watch. Amazon shares today the company reported a second quarter profit of two and a half billion dollars that's a, record, sales missed the estimates but analysts note. The overall report is positive and growth, of the Amazon web services cloud, computing division and advertising sales both did well Papa John's shares may get attention now that it's founder and ousted CEO John Schneider is snowing the company to gain access to internal documents surrounding his firing for. Using a racial slur during a conference call, on media training s and p futures, are down but only by a half point. While NASDAQ is ahead seven Dow futures gained eight and we check your money. At twenty and fifty after each. Hour I'm Bloomberg. Steve Potisk for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio like crispy cream you'll definitely want hear a story. In less than two minutes it's.
House Republican leaders hold off conservative push to impeach Rosenstein
"In Cobb County governor deal today health announced the, four hundred twenty foot tall tower which is to be part of the North American headquarters. For the Tucson croup elevator company it's near SunTrust park and. Executive James Susie has the breakdown. You'll be nine hundred full time employees will be between six hundred and fifty to seven hundred jobs that will be. New to the state of Georgia and then we've got about one hundred twenty five people from Alfa Reta that will be moving. Over to pop county as well the tower will be a test facility for the company county leaders had to approve an increase, in the maximum allowed structure height let it be built. Eighty seven. Degrees on Peachtree street. It's two oh one WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish says most of the crash Ninety this afternoon Atlanta's most accurate. And dependable forecast is coming up house speaker Ryan, says he will not support the effort of some Republican lawmakers to impeach the deputy attorney. General rod Rosenstein Jamie do free two point with a band. Of conservatives who want the deputy. Attorney general impeached speaker Ryan says he doesn't think the dispute over documents rises to the level of high crimes and. Misdemeanors telling reporters congress can't be cavalier about the power of impeachment and confirmed there will be no vote on this today the. Trump administration defending its plan to help American farmers caught in the middle of the escalating global trade war secretary Steve Mnuchin took, issue with how the administration's twelve billion dollar emergency aid. Package for. US farmers has.
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,.
Trump considering revoking security clearances for Comey, Brennan
"Low nineties I'm ABC team, meteorologist Irish At six, three it is eighty seven degrees in Chandler. President Trump is ready to take away security clearances from former intelligence director James Clapper John Brennan Andrew McCabe and James Comey after the White House says they've politicized. And monetize their clearances support is a President Trump had long been furious at Komen Brennan and the others. They point. Out that it's a stark departure from American tradition for former intelligence and national security officials to be down in the partisan mud trashing the next, president, you combine, that with. The president's retaliatory threat and is just. A sign of the times here in Washington that's ABC's Terry. Moran KTAR is on immigration sheriffs and law enforcement leaders from Arizona and other border states met in Washington with d.. H. s. secretary cures Jim Nielsen coaches county sheriff Mark donalds says the meeting went well everybody agreed on the importance of having sheriffs at the table when policies. And decisions are made about the border security plan and benefit and value will. Have insurance at the table And we speak for our communities he says they talked. About operation stone garden and how to expand it it's a program that funds efforts to secure the border with Mexico Arizona votes the countdown is. On to registered. About if you want to. Cast a ballot and. Next month, primary election the deadline is next Monday county recorder Adrian Pontes recommends signing up for the permanent. Early vote list we will mail your ballot you're voting address you go ahead fill out your ballot on your time. And then signed the envelope sent it back to us you can also bring it back to any, of our, early, votes sites. Or to your polling place on election day you can sign up for that registered. To vote and check all your current voter, information..
3 suspects in custody after officer killed during chase
"Two dollars eighty three cents you're listening to ABC news stay. Connected stay informed KOMO news Good afternoon it is three oh to sunshine in eighty seven degrees in Seattle I'm. Elisa Jaffe with Tom glasco and here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center three teenagers are now in jail after a Kent, police officer was killed during a chase over. The weekend komo's Jeff Pohjola joins. Us with the, latest officers were responding to a call of shots fired. Early Sunday morning near the local Sherry's restaurant they located a suspect vehicle, which sped. Off a chase ensued officer Diego Merano tried to deploy spike strips that's what, he was struck and killed by a police cruiser involved in the chase chief Rafael Padilla. There's going to be the, question why, how did, this happen We recognized it in something like this is important, to do a. Review and at the appropriate time. We're? Going to do that But I want. To emphasize the wanna make this. Crystal clear this tragedy, is the result of, violent criminal action the suspect vehicle wreck as well all, three people inside took, off one was arrested yesterday the two others. Today all. Range in. Age from fifteen to seventeen years old Jeff, Pohjola KOMO news Tukwila fire recovered a body from a river this afternoon komo's Kelly Bleier has the latest took full of, fire got a call just before twelve thirty about a body in the river near the eleven thousand block of, Tukwila international boulevard some passersby notice the body and called nine. One one mardi Grisham is the public information. Officer for the department but we. Can confirm we had a. Body in the river we did a quick recovery of the body. I can confirm it the, mail we didn't have any witnesses we don't have any reports of. People missing that we know of at this point cushion says the body appears to have been in. The water for a while Tukwila polices now handling the case and is trying to determine the victim's identity Kelly Bleier KOMO news News a number of wildfires continue. To burn in our state some neighborhoods are being warned to quickly pack up and leave their houses in Kittitas, county firefighters hope to have the boylston fire completely contained by. Tomorrow it's burned more than seventy one thousand. Acres near the Yakima training center. One home and three outbuildings. Were lost and in grant county the buckshot fire is almost completely. Under control it's been burning, since Thursday and fortunately no homes have been destroyed still ahead I'm. Romero a list of best big cities in the US does not necessarily translate into most affordable cities That's for sure it's. Three or four here with our AAA.
Delaware, Maryland Granted Transmission Line Cost Rehearing
"Forces radio show with good morning Vietnam and the federal regulatory commission Has granted a rehearing sought by Maryland and Delaware officials. Over plan cost allocations for a, two hundred seventy eight million dollar regional electric transmission line. Project Delaware. And Maryland officials. Have argued. That ratepayers on. The Delmarva peninsula would. Pay more than ninety percent of the cost for a project that mostly benefits New Jersey right now at the inner harbor in downtown Baltimore it's eighty seven degrees it's. Eighty five at BWI Thurgood. Marshall airport I'm Michael Philip, Kelly six eighty w CBS news FOX business network on Wall Street the major averages closing in the red trade tensions and some we corporate earnings weighing on the market with the Dow closing down one hundred and thirty, five points NASDAQ down twenty nine s and p five hundred eleven and after the closing, bell Microsoft releasing its quarterly earnings beating Wall Street expectations with. The, software giant according moderate growth in its cloud computing business and some encouraging news on the jobs front the number of people filing for unemployment benefits falling again with new claims.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Overnight. Some showers and then things quickly clear up as the temperature drops to seventy. Three degrees for the rest of your Wednesday sunny skies, comfortable day. The high eighty, seven degrees Forecast coming up in just a, couple of, minutes traffic. And transit on the twos Pennsylvania's auditor general wrapping up election security reviews KYW Harrisburg bureau chief Tony. Romeo tells us why saying the White House cannot be trusted to ensure election security inciting last week's indictments of rushing agents auditor general Eugene de. Pass Walli, launched his election security audit in June says he's reaching out to. Pennsylvania's US attorneys the FBI and the department of, homeland security to underscore is concerns he has quality points to Maryland where he says officials have been told by the FBI than a Russian oligarch is now the. Chief investor in the company that manages the Maryland voter, registration system to be fair. I, don't believe that Marilyn, set out the higher Russians the manage their election system however through mergers and acquisitions it appears that is now the case. While he says that scenario cannot be allowed to play out in Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW NewsRadio an effort that could bring a breath of fresh air to off Office workers tell us all about that ws Justin Trudeau birds chirping warm summer. Breeze and sunshine or not the things most, people can enjoy. During their workday but a lot of folks want to peek work from anywhere why not come. To work outside with outdoor sporting goods retailer l.l bean says they're free pop up workspace at the navy yard is, encouraging folks to give back. To nature, he says the outdoors can create a happier more productive employees it's. Only been.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Overnight some showers and then things quickly. Clear up as. The temperature drops to seventy three degrees for the rest of your Wednesday sunny skies comfortable day the high eighty seven degrees That's forecast coming up in just a, couple of, minutes traffic. And transit on the tubes Pennsylvania's auditor general wrapping up election security reviews KYW Harrisburg bureau chief. Tony Romeo tells us why saying the White House, cannot be trusted to ensure election security inciting last week's indictments of Russian agents auditor general Eugene. De pass, Walli launched his election security audit in June says he's reaching out to Pennsylvania's US, attorneys the FBI, and the department of homeland security do underscore is concerns points to Maryland where he says ficials have been told by the FBI than a Russian oligarch is now. The chief investor in the company that manages the Maryland voter registration system to be. Fair, I don't believe that, Marilyn set out the higher Russians to manage their election system however to mergers and acquisitions it appears that is now the. Case deepest while says that scenario cannot be allowed to play out in Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW NewsRadio an effort that could bring a breath of fresh air to off Office workers tell us all about that here's KYW's Justin Trudeau birds chirping a warm summer breeze and sunshine or not the things. Most people can enjoy during their workday but, a lot of. Folks want to you can work from anywhere why not come to work outside Eric Smith with. Outdoor sporting goods retailer l.l bean says they're free, pop up workspace at the navy yard is encouraging folks to give back to nature he says. The outdoors, can create a happier more productive employees it's only been.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Overnight some showers, and then, things quickly. Clear up as the temperature drops to seventy three degrees for the. Rest, of your Wednesday, sunny skies comfortable day the high eighty seven degrees That's forecast coming up in just a, couple of, minutes traffic. And transit on the twos Pennsylvania's auditor general wrapping up election security reviews KYW Harrisburg bureau chief. Tony Romeo tells us why saying the White House, cannot be trusted to ensure election security inciting last week's indictments of Russian agents auditor general Eugene. De pass, Walli launched his election security audit in June says he's reaching out. To Pennsylvania's US attorneys the FBI and the department of homeland security to underscore is concerns he passed quality points to Maryland recess officials have been told by the FBI than a Russian oligarch is now. The chief investor in the company that manages the Maryland voter registration system to. Be, fair I don't believe, that Maryland set out the higher Russians demanded zero election system however to mergers and acquisitions it appears that is now. The case is says that scenario cannot be allowed to play out in Pennsylvania in. Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW NewsRadio an effort that could bring a breath of fresh air too Office workers us all about that Here's KYW's Justin Trudeau birds chirping a warm summer breeze and sunshine or not the things most, people can enjoy during their workday but a lot of folks want to he can work from anywhere why not come to work outside.
Alaska Airlines Ditches Plastic Straws on All Flights
"Is starting to line up on eastbound highway eighteen between the west valley highway highway one sixty seven. As well as on southbound 167 between fifteenth. Street south and highway four ten there's a six o'clock concert tonight, at the white river amphitheatre is causing heavier than, usual traffic at. This hour and, you're feeling a backup, on southbound five through Federal Way between highway eighteen and five and. Northbound five through Tacoma it stop, and go between highway sixteen, all the way to the Tacoma. Dome are next KOMO traffic at four zero four we're in for mostly clear Tomorrow high near. Eighty four and then it cools down a little Wednesday Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid seventies currently, eighty seven. Degrees and sunny in Seattle Boeing started off the Farnborough air show in Britain with some big announcements including orders for, forty eight new airplanes the. Company tweeting this morning it has an order from shipping. Giant DHL for fourteen triple seven freighters that deal is worth an estimated four point seven billion dollars starting today, all Alaska Airlines flights will take off without plastic straws. The airline is replacing all single use plastic straws and. Citrus picks on flights as well as in its airport lounges with sustainable versions that are harmful to marine life. Alaska is the first US airline to ban plastic straws American Airlines will follow, suit, and Alaska hoax to reduce in-flight, waste per passenger by seventy percent by twenty twenty and? I talked to some folks who own a restaurant recently and they said yeah we're getting rid of the straws but do you. Know how many gloves we use to we throw out, in a week when we're doing this point, so much that man going in the trash possibly more to come.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of eighty seven degrees current temperatures frank right now in downtown baltimore we have sixty eight degrees in an apple is sixty degrees and coming up on the news at nine this morning another violent weekend in baltimore city outrage of the day today robert spencer jihad watch is reporting that german media has been banned from reporting on a muslim migrant injured who allegedly beheaded his one year old baby daughter in hamburg and stabbed his wife at a train station merkel's pro migrant government has banned the german media for reporting on this barbara crime and atrocity involving a muslim migrant who allegedly beheaded as one year old baby daughter according to an eyewitness thirtythreeyearold more talamante do beheaded is one year old daughter in front of a horrified crowd man stabbed his german girlfriend the mother of the child she later died in the hospital of her injuries and that's what you're getting when you allow some of these radical islam fascist into your country and that is our outrage of the day now to the democrat scare tactics that are being practiced and run up to the supreme court nominee hasn't even been announced as of yet and this was the reaction over the weekend we've worked for for decades is on at stake of abortion borking working washing worker's rights everything same sex marriage rights listen court gonna look like the next thirty destruction of the constitution the united states as far as i can tell is a line that's been drawn about whether we are going to criminalize women nation who's the coordinating really dangerous it's a very thin line between putting a woman in prison for a stillbirth or miscarriage that she's blamed for for something she did during her pregnancy and criminalizing abortion which a stake our constitutional rights to protection against the abuses of power by the president by congress by by corporate america justice that would reverse well what happens in essence we go to fifty civil wars in each of the states plus the district of columbia for instance federal survivor benefits from social security federal worker pensions could be lost also want to criminalize abortion this country they're literally trying to punish women's to just take a the aunt lydia of the supreme court and i think the legacy that this president is creating really is turning back the clock one hundred years but we are in an unparalleled moment of assault on the rule of law when our fundamental liberties are endangering rights equal freedoms equal liberty it's it's an issue of life and death for a lot of women might lose some of the most precious ideals of our country so basically if you were not as freight white male in america right now you're probably freaking out if i were involved in a same sex marriage and one of those states i say to them your healthcare rights protection against preexisting condition abuses is at state clean air and water that you use and breathe is at stake the future of your rights to reproduction decisions is at stake women who are in states that do not have protection but who need abortions who literally need abortions are going to suffer from it unions people who are in unions are going to suffer in this is not a fire drill this may be the pull the fire alarm moment that you have been expecting this is definitely the freight the glass moment yeah what it means as a woman of color to be denied equity and justice in the system of justice in the united states my fear on the basis of who president trump might nominate the fundamental rule of law that is at stake issue of extraordinary human rights on the line for generations to come we're we're not screwed we're we're actually screwed for generations i think that the gravity of this is something that we have to take enough from birth control was legal but once you do if birth control was illegal used to be a legal in some places but then griswold versus connecticut so that's frank even before the nomination is announced well they know where it's a perhaps going to go down the road but people have to be very mindful of the fact that abortion is not a constitutional right to begin with and even if the court in.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Degrees at the broadcast center in spring garden we have thunderstorms out there right now some of these storms are going to be heavy there's a flash flood watch in effect until two this afternoon having up to eighty seven degrees today from the kyw twenty four hour traffic center ben franklin bridge eastbound blocked by an accident investigation involving an overturned oil tanker and fuel spell traffic and transit on the twos in just a moment news time five twenty one philadelphia officials are denouncing provision tucked into the state budget bill at the last minute that they say will result in more teenagers getting hooked on tobacco kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports there is little they can do about it has been able to regulate tobacco sales power it's embrace to cut down on it's very high rates of smoking especially among low income teens but lawmakers took that power away in the budget arguing that declining cigarette sales are a money issue because they lower revenue from the cigarette tax which helps when city schools that's a completely bogus argument health commissioner tom farley says the provision halts bill already through committee and city council that would restrict sales of candy flavored cigarillos which have no impact on the cigarette tax but are effective at getting kids smoking teenagers are more likely to smoke cigars cigarillos than cigarettes but this is the primary way that kids begin smoking today charlie admits the provision is lawful argument it's wrong pat loeb kyw newsradio news time five twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos carol still the heavy rain thunderstorms over southern bucks county right now some win with a lot of lightning should be pretty cool if you're driving in the.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time ten twenty to lay it cruel days like this are nothing to mess around with it's already eighty seven degrees in central park let's get more now from accuweather and meteorologist dean devore alright yeah dangerous heat and humidity levels now the heat advisory for the city excessive heat warnings for the jersey in the hudson valley suburbs as we get into the afternoon here those temperatures are going to get up to about ninety five ninety six ninety seven in some areas we'll feels at least one hundred five from the city inland only the beach areas will really get a chance to beat the heat to the upper eighties for those areas right along the waterline now tomorrow not quite as dangerous will be up in the low nineties at best with a real feel temperatures in the one hundred degree range it looks like the heat backs off a little bit for wednesday but the chances of showers and thunderstorms go up here tomorrow and wednesday as well so those are things that are going to keep an eye on as we get ready for the macy's fireworks on wednesday evening but today very dangerous eightyseven real feel already of ninety eight and that's only going to go up we'll keep you up to date minute by minute on new york's weather station ten ten win wins news time ten twenty three a plot to carry out a terror attack in downtown cleveland on the fourth of july as apparently been thwarted the fbi says a person was arrested over the weekend on a charge of attempting to materially support a terrorist organization they identify that person as dimitrius pits he told an undercover agent that he wanted to join al qaeda hits allegedly said he wanted a bomb cleveland's independence day parade and fireworks show as well as a military base it's was taken into custody yesterday a woman who is stocked by suspected capital gazette shooter jared rama's tells her story to nbc's today show she said nfl only as laurie i would be afraid that could shop anywhere at any time and kill me she says rama's doctor for years he started harassing the newspaper wanted accurately reported about his behavior and his guilty plead would charge of harassment he sued the paper for defamation but his lawsuit was thrown out better late than never police and miners ville pennsylvania received a letter from california containing five dollars and a parking ticket from nineteen seventy four the person didn't give his full identity about a.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now it is currently eighty seven degrees here in boston good monday afternoon i'm teeny dow wbz news top stories now cloud cover is apparently covering giving us pass on what was expected to be record breaking heat today forecasters now say we may not even crag ninety degrees however severe thunderstorms but still be in store later this afternoon the s j c the state's highest court makes a ruling today that a so called millionaire's tax will not be on the ballot this november but one thing that will be up for vote a valid question addressing nurse to patient staffing ratios and attorney general jeff sessions is defending zero tolerance policy along the us mexico border that currently separates families who try to cross the border illegally congressman joe kennedy is strongly calling for an immediate end to the policy he spent father's day attempting to visit one of the holding facilities for these children in texas not a strong day on wall street red numbers across the board for the three major indices the dow is down nearly one hundred and fortyone points and nasdaq is losing seven and looks like the s and p five hundred is down six the cdc says there have been more than twenty five hundred reports of hepatitis a infections across the country as abc's ryan burrow tells us that includes outbreaks in several states in turkey health officials say there have been more than six hundred confirmed cases of hepatitis a infections since november typically there are about twenty a year zach rainy is with the northern kentucky health department mary populations that are being affected our drug using populations elissa drug users and that's injecting or non injecting drug use in general and homeless populations and then anyone that's working with those populations outbreaks have also been reported in california utah and michigan ryan burrow abc news a very fun filled event in georgia takes very tragic turn cbs news correspondent jim krasula tells us what went wrong who children aged ten and fifteen were killed what a driver lost control of his truck at a muddying event in milledgeville georgia at eleven year old was badly hurt and flown to a hospital the georgia state patrol says the unidentified driver was finishing his run through a mud pit when the vehicles throttle stuck and it raced out of control it hit the three children before flipping over jim chris cillizza bs new wbz news time one fifty one and ohio woman accused of keeping her boyfriend's body inside a motel room for four days is now in custody that body was found by workers at a cross lens motel in cincinnati suburb police say catherine carmen told officers her boyfriend died of an overdose after they tried heroin together she also says she covered the body with a sheet and continue doing drugs workers and enter the room after noticing the smell they new york taxi workers alliance is demanding help after a six castro cabbie commit suicide in as many months the cowbys union is now holding a press conference this hour right outside new york city hall demanding financial relief for drivers and a cap on the number of four hire vehicles that currently compete with yellow caps since uber and lived came on the scene a few years ago the value of a taxi medallion has plummeted from more than one million dollars to just under two hundred thousand dollars well i guess you can call this lemon aid beverage companies are coming to the rescue of young entrepreneurs who have been busted for setting up lemonade stands cbs news correspondent stephan kaufman tells us how plan to help a number of cities across the country police swooped in and shutdown lemonade stands wrap rated by kids because the youngsters didn't have a required permit some cases even resulting in a fine now the drink mix country time lemonade is coming to the rescue company spokesperson adam butler says the effort is called legal aid we believe that kids should have the right to have lemonade fans without carpenter fines and so therefore legal aid will pay their permits and pay their fines to encourage kids to do so butler says many times lemonade stand proceeds are donated to a good cause stephan kaufman cbs news catheters in the high nineties temperatures rising in the ninety eight to one hundred and four degrees at the hottest time of the damn schools have cancelled classes all schools are close raking news traffic and weather together lawrenson cable or letting kids out early before things get too stifling newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time one fifty three traffic and weather together.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It's eighty seven degrees heading for high of ninety three i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine karn hank wilkins john woods and senator a all three took bribes from rusty cranford but who is senator a after looking at some bill senator a filed they're all their sponsored by governor hutchinson's nephew senator jeremy hutchinson he's denied any wrongdoing but senator a has accepted half a million dollars in payoffs a big stink hanging in the air around medical marijuana and it's not the plant attorney general says in a now unsealed letter to the state's high court a commissioner received a bribe from natural state agronaut fox sixteens jesse to noor spokesperson says natural state astronomic aggressively denies the false allegations calling them flanders the letter says the commissioner gave the company the second highest score among all of his great it applications looks like former damascus police chief rick perry won't be charged fox teens mitch mccoy reports perry's accused racking up nine thousand dollars on a city credit card prosecutor luke ferguson says the purchases include things from amazon walmart grocery items and meals from restaurants most of which were in or close to the city but perry won't be charged because there's not enough evidence louis ended up beyond a reasonable doubt burden of proof and we just didn't think we could make a third with the judge or jury the razorback baseball team takes on the south carolina gamecocks tomorrow night the first fayetteville superregional game starts at five thirty and sunday game to.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It's eighty seven degrees heading for a high of eighty eight degrees and it is three oh three i am heidi sole for newsradio one or two point nine k r n could medical marijuana definitely becoming to arkansas well the arkansas supreme court will hear arguments on that this week and decide the fate of the first growing licenses there will also be a ruling on the boundaries for state licensing agencies arkansas online says the ruling could go in a variety of directions either slowing down or speeding up the drugs introduction to the natural states now you'd hope the staff at your child summer camp would have good strong morals right well a former christian camp director secretly recorded female campers getting dressed for what he deems sexual gratification arkansas online reports over three hundred clips captured between march and april featured a woman and a ten year old girl at camp wildwood forty five year old robert powell from sir he faces three counts of video voyeurism the us supreme court has ruled if you're christian baker you do not have to bake a cake for a same sex wedding couple this was the case of course where that baker refused to bake a custom cake for a same sex couple saying that it violated his freedom of religion as well as his free speech after leading deputies and north rock officers on a chase a teenager was arrested in a bathroom nineteen year old kendrick is was in a stolen raff four and onestop stop for police according to fox sixteen and they even tried spike strips he ditched the car at a gas station after about twenty minutes but he was found hiding in the bathroom at the same valero station and if you.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"It's eighty seven degrees and it's heading for a high of ninety three it's three oh three i'm rebecca davis for newsradio one or two point nine karn nine robbery convictions later a fifty four year old north little rock man is expected to stay in prison until he's one hundred and thirteen years old john edwards rock ins received a twenty year sentence on tuesday he has five convictions for aggravated robbery with two more charges for the same crime pending in conway arkansas online reporting if convicted of the conway robberies he will receive an automatic life sentence and a fight broke out at the splash zone in jacksonville fox sixteens caitlyn ridden reports fighting at the waterpark seems to be an ongoing problem tuesday police were called out to break up a large fight at the pool call log note show jacksonville police requested a lot of help from the county sheriff's office melissa kitchen says a lot of the staff members at the waterpark are young and parents shouldn't depend on them as supervision for their children drivers should be able to to enjoy five lanes of road on highway seventy this week the expansion project between britain and hot springs cost seventy eight point six million dollars and was completed three months ahead of schedule the democrat gazette reporting the road work also straightened curves flattened some hills reconstructed four bridges and installed a traffic light at highway one twenty eight and ten dollars it's a fair price for a winning lottery ticket sixty four year old is era thoma's one two hundred thousand dollars playing.
"eighty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now with eric fisher for the fourday wbz accu weather update unsettled weather through this evening and overnight we'll see some scattered downpours rumbles of thunder moving through very tropical atmospheres when he reigned be locally torrential lover low's near seventy throw a human mornings low clouds to starve the chance of a shower that it becomes partly sunny very warm and muggy highs of near eighty seven degrees on sunday mostly sunny unless humid in the mid '80s monday's mostly sunny and warm in the mid to upper 80s for a clip state good viewing and then tuesday partly sunny hot and humid low 90s very warm stretch i'm wbz tv meteorologist eric fisher wbz newsradio 1030 are now overcast in boston and seventy eight degrees the first african american woman to serve on the state's highest court is retiring supreme judicial court justice geraldine hein serve her last day today she's been a judge in the state for sixteen years three of which were on the sjc hines were tires just shy of her seventieth birthday the mandatory retirement age four massachusetts judges she plans to travel and dedicate herself to social justice causes and state appeals court chief justice scott casper or kicker will take over her spot the governor's council unanimously confirmed him last month coming up next the ice bucket challenge becomes a law here in massachusetts will explain straight progressive brings you floetry with flo the fetig try the more you save bears and live in a cave but that's irrelevant here so back to the subject we steer snapshot saves you money when you drive safe i wear quarter i pans chief the buddy you drive the more you can save for snapshot from progressive visit progressive com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates snapchat not available in all states or from all ages cbs thursday.