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"O'Hare 86 at midway 80 at the lakefront. The 2024 Republican National Convention will be held in Milwaukee as the city beat out Nashville for the event. That's according to the committee meeting in Chicago today, Milwaukee at democratic stronghold was selected to host the DNC in 2020, but it moved almost entirely online due to the pandemic. The DNC committee is media in September to decide their final pick. A new proposal trying to prevent Arlington Heights taxpayers from having to pay for a new Chicago bear stadium, the ordnance drafted by Americans for prosperity would bar the village from using tax money as an incentive to lower any business to the community. Arlington high to mayor says the proposal would stifle the village's ability to engage in any economic development. President Biden's inflation reduction act expected to move forward, Democrats now planning to vote on a bill representing the largest investment in energy and climate programs in U.S. history, the budget legislation would only need 50 votes or all Democrats to vote in favor. Majority leader Chuck Schumer is saying in a statement he believes he has the full support of the caucus, Republican senator John barrasso criticizing Democrats for the bill saying they're at it again to race prices. He would have wages are going up a little, they're falling further and further behind the families of America are. Each month, as Joe Biden has been president because costs have gone up so high. The Democrats are going to make it worse if they're able to pass this reckless tax and spending bill. The Elkhart county sheriff's office now saying that Indiana congresswoman Jackie walorski was in the vehicle
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"City, here's Michael Barr. Tom Paul, thank you very much. House speaker Nancy Pelosi continued her tour of Asia in South Korea today. She met with senior members of parliament and spoke about the bilateral alliance built from the Korean War in the 1950s. Pelosi avoided making comments about her trip to Taiwan earlier in the week, which angered China, Beijing fired 11 missiles into the sea around Taiwan today. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says he now understands he was irresponsible to declare the sandy hook elementary school massacre a hoax. Jones now says it was 100% real. They mistakes and it's been terrible for everybody involved. Including myself. And so I really do want to kind of change things hopefully be a more positive force when it comes to issues like mass shootings. The jury in Austin, Texas began to liberating yesterday on how much the InfoWars host owes the parents of one of the children killed in the 2012 attack in newtown, Connecticut. Testimony wrapped up after a bombshell from the plaintiff's lawyer revealed that Jones lawyers mistakenly handed over two years of text messages from Jones phone. Republican representative Jackie borsky of Indiana and two of her staffers died in a car accident yesterday. According to the Elkhart Lake count, Elkhart county sheriff's office, a car crossed into their lane and struck them head on. Jim Baird is a fellow House Republican from Indiana. Her straightforwardness and her honesty and she served on the athletes committee as well. So and also gives you some feel about the kind of person she was. Congresswoman was 58. The prosecutor in the WNBA star Brittany griner trial in Russia is calling for a 9 and a half year sentence on drug charges. She is accused of possession of a banned substance when authorities found vape cartridges with cannabis oil in her luggage as the last time grinder will testify in the last day of the trial. Live in the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg tombo. I think so much. Michael Barr, I want to talk about the grandson of Walter O'Malley. In the nephew of the great Peter O'Malley, a guy who could have mailed it in, but Peter seidler didn't and in 2012, he bought a team flat on its back except for Tony Gwynn. Yeah. And he bought the Padres. And to me, it's almost NFL like what he's done. I mean, this is a Bloomberg business sports story. It's just going to keep on giving. What Peter's side has done with the Padres is historic. Am I right on that? You got to go back, let's be blunt to like back in 84 when the Padres were playing the tigers for battling for the World Series. They haven't been this relevant and a long, long. But this is like what crafted with a patriots or exactly. Right in my head right now, I don't have the high key analog, but it's extraordinary. I over a decade what this guy has done. We talk about it all the time in the mornings is that these kind of trades that take place now with the Padres, with now you've got, you know, I mean, it's amazing to me. Now we're gonna watch padre baseball like Tom dust. LA is supposed to have a gajillion dollars in razzle dazzle in the New York Yankees. I get it all. There's that small team up north of New England. It's a razzle dazzle there as well. San Diego? Yeah. It was like a minor league franchise. Yeah, no more. Peter seidler. I'll just talk about the Padres. Bloomberg business sports with Michael Barr, an extraordinary story. Futures red and green on the screen, please stay with us. This is Bloomberg,
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"By rocket mortgage. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, a bombshell in Alex Jones sandy hook elementary conspiracy trial. He's being sued by the mother and father of a 6 year old killed in his first grade classroom. On Wednesday, the family's lawyer revealed Jones attorneys accidentally sent him two years worth of text messages, which he says proves Jones lied to the court. She does any discovery. You were asked, do you have sandy hook text messages on your thumb? And you said no. I would like to say that I was mistaken because you got the messages right there. Jones claims the false information he spread was unintentional. His company's filed for bankruptcy. And he claims he'll have to shut down if the jury awards more than $2 million in damages. Michael George CBS News. Deliberations are underway closing arguments are getting underway in Brittany grinder's drug possession trial in Russia. She could face up to ten years if she's convicted. Northern California's largest wildfire of the year is now 10% contained thanks to rain, near the Oregon border. CBS is Steve futterman with an update on the McKinney fire. The fire has now burned more than 57,000 acres. There are now four confirmed deaths linked to it. Fire officials continue to battle the blaze on the ground and from the air. The entire eastern half of this country is facing extreme heat today. Coupled with thick humidity and more rain, it's complicating search and rescue efforts in eastern Kentucky after last week's catastrophic flooding that's killed at least 37 people. Flags fly at half staff at The White House in honor of Indiana congresswoman Jackie balochi. She and two staffers were killed in a head on collision back home in Elkhart county. Indiana senator Mike Braun calls her one of the first great hoosiers. I got to know on my own journey. She will be missed in our condolences to all of the families. Researchers in Connecticut have restored life an hour after death. Yale University scientists have managed to restore faint heartbeat blood circulation and some limited organ function in pigs that had been dead for hours. They did it by pumping a cocktail of synthetic fluids through the pig's bodies, The Washington Post notes, the breakthrough could transform the transplant industry and may also someday lead to some humans being brought back from the dead. Figgy Barker CBS News. And admission from an NFL star Aaron Rodgers tells the Aubrey Marcus podcast, the psychedelic drug hiawatha, led to the best season of his career. Allowed for so many of us to have deep and meaningful journeys. And for me, night two
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"Electrical industry partner for over 130 years. Good evening, I'm Luke lucard Juan Herrera is our producer, the top stories we're following for you today. New on WTO P tonight, the Senate has just voted nearly unanimously to expand NATO by admitting Finland and Sweden. On this vote, the yeas are 95, the nays are one and one senator responded present. Now WTO's Mitchell Miller. Maryland democratic senator Ben cardin is one of the many lawmakers from both parties who say the decision is one that will get the attention of Russia, as it continues to attack Ukraine. Expanding NATO at this moment is a clear message to mister Putin that we stand with the democratic countries of Europe. But Missouri Republican Josh hawley suggests U.S. allies haven't been pulling their weight in terms of financial commitments. This isn't to say that the United States should abandon NATO. But it is to say that our European allies really must do more. Halle was the only senator to vote no, adding Finland and Sweden to NATO would be the broadest expansion of the alliance since 7 members were added in 2004. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. Now to the war in Ukraine, one day the Russian government threatens nuclear war, the next day they call for peace. What should we believe? We go to WTO P national security correspondent JJ green. This is a part and parcel of the Russian approach since even before they invaded back in February. John Kirby coordinator for strategic communications with the National Security Council. He said, this is business as usual for Russia. They say one thing and then they do another. It's classic Russian behavior. So how does Ukraine, the U.S. and the rest of the west deal with that? We do not take it face value any claims that they are interested in peace and stability in Ukraine is certainly not peace and stability. In Europe. Ukraine says the only way to end this conflict is a complete strategic defeat of Russia's military. News. As the matter of abortion access plays out state by state, President Biden signed an executive order that might lead to Medicaid coverage for women who have to go out of state for the procedure. It comes as abortion right activists celebrate a major voter test. Crowds at this Kansas election night party erupted into cheers after learning voters had rejected a measure to remove abortion rights from the state's constitution. This is a clear indication of where voters in Kansas are on this issue. The group kansans for constitutional freedom claimed victory in the historically red state, a similar measure to the one voted down in Kansas is on the ballot in Kentucky, while adding abortion protections to the state constitution are on the ballot in Vermont and California. Natalie Brent, CBS News, Capitol Hill. In Indiana, Republican congresswomen has died in a car crash. Flags are flying at half staff at the U.S. capitol building following news that Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie wolosky died in an accident in northern Indiana. The Elkhart county sheriff's office says two staff members who were in the vehicle with warhorse were also killed. So was the driver of the other car. Authorities say, well orci's vehicle was hit head on when the other car crossed the center line on a state highway. Who represented Indiana's second congressional district was 58. Linda kenyon, CBS News, Washington. There's new information related to those deleted Secret Service text messages related to January 6th, the Homeland Security watchdog now under the microscope for his handling of the matter was previously accused of misleading Justice Department investigators. Washington Post, The Washington Post reports Joseph safari was accused of running afoul of ethics rules while he was a federal agent in charge of a Justice Department inspector general field office in Tucson, Arizona, the post is reporting on a 2013 government report that safari failed to tell his supervisors against federal rules about his testimony in a lawsuit brought by a federal prisoner. He's also accused of breaking ethics rules by referring law firms to the prisoner's family. Candidates backed by former president Trump did well in Arizona's primaries Tuesday. The Republican primary for governor in Arizona is too close to call. Hello, everyone. Candidate Carrie Lake says it's over. We are so proud of our movement. We are so proud of the victory we have. The former TV anger
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"85 BWI Marshall in 84 at dulles. It's 8 41, knew this evening metro transit police have made an arrest in the June 3rd stabbing of a man on a metro bus. It happened on a 33 root bus at Wisconsin avenue and Newark street northwest after an argument between two men turned physical. The victim had serious injuries, but his condition at the time was described as stable, 23 year old jabari Tate is charged with assault with intent to kill. He was picked up and arrested without incident in northeast D.C. yesterday with assistance from the U.S. Marshals, capital area fugitive task force. More than 50 college students have died in hazing incidents in the past 22 years across the country. One of them was Adam oakes, a Sterling native who died last year at Virginia Commonwealth university. Now Virginia's two senators have co sponsored a bipartisan bill to try to address dangerous hazing Democrats mark Warner and Tim kaine say parents never imagined their college bound kids will be hurt or killed by the action of friends and peers. They say this bill could provide transparency, accountability, and greater education about hazing risks. And Indiana Republican congresswoman has died in a car crash. Flags are flying at half staff at the U.S. capitol building following news that Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie walorski died in an accident in northern Indiana. The Elkhart county sheriff's office has two staff members who were in the vehicle with velour ski wall also killed, so was the driver of the other car. Authorities say, well, his vehicle was hit head on when the other car crossed the center line on a state highway. Who represented Indiana's second congressional district was 58. Linda kenyon, CBS News, Washington. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones now admits that the sandy hook school massacre was real. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says he now understands it was irresponsible of him to declare the sandy hook elementary school massacre a hoax. Especially since I met the parents
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"World to a round the block, this is a WABC evening news brief. 77 WC time check is 8 o'clock at evening on bob Brown. New York State is the only state in the country where a judge is barred from considering the danger and offender poses when deciding whether or not to set bail. Governor hoku asked today if she supports the concept of giving judges the ability to consider dangerousness when setting bell. What we gave judges was the ability to consider severity of the offense. Is this a repeat offense? Is it a, is there a history involved here? So we now have spelled out for judges, factors to consider in weighing whether or not this person should be out on the street or not. Hulk also says she wants people to look at the body of what's been done. A small group of ten career criminals allowed to roam the streets and rack up nearly 500 arrests after New York enacted its controversial bail reform law, the post reporting the shocking numbers from the NYPD, repeat offenders, have been arrested a total of 485 times since bail reform went into effect in 2020. Fire officials continue to investigate the cause of a deadly house fire in noir Long Island. That's in Southampton, 21 year old Jillian wiener and her 19 year old sister Lindsey of Potomac Maryland died in the fire which broke out about three 30 this morning on spring lane. Police say the family was vacationing from Maryland. The children, including the girl's brother, was sleeping on the second floor when the fire broke out, the brother managed to escape through a window, the father and wife got out but the father tried to reenter the house. However, the flames were just too intense. Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and personal attorney to form a president Trump unlikely to face charges in connection with a nearly two year investigation into whether he violated laws requiring him to register as a foreign agent and a Ukraine lobbying case NBC four and The New York Times both quoting sources familiar with the investigation, the sources received the investigation, which is being conducted by the federal prosecutors out of Manhattan and the FBI has still not concluded. Governor hoku announcing the approval of a 5 year labor agreement with the civil service employee association. Today I'm announcing that we're making good on our promise to launch an online portal for healthcare worker bonuses. This is where employers complaint claim bonuses for their eligible workers. We have identified who the odds were workers are to make sure that $1.3 billion in funds are allocated to eligible workers who make less than a 125,000. Eligible workers also must have remained in their position for 6 months. A tragedy today on an Indiana highway Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie Rossi died in a head on car crash this afternoon. The Elkhart county sheriff's office confirming she was one of four victims in a car which crashed. Her communication director and the county, the saint Joseph county Republican chair were also killed. The 58 year old and her two aides were driving southbound and Elkhart county when a northbound vehicle crossed over the line and collided head on into their car, the driver of the second car was also killed. The driver and a hit and run crash on Long Island that killed the father of rapper at Nicki Minaj last year has been sentenced to a year in jail. Charles povich, who pleaded guilty to leaving the scene and tampering with evidence in the crash was also ordered to pay a $5000 fine and had his driver's license suspended for 6 months. President Biden signing an executive order allowing women to receive abortions
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"A round the block, this is a WABC evening news breeze. And sunny 77 WZ time check is 7 o'clock in the evening on bob Brown, fire officials continue to investigate the cause of a deadly house fire in noi act Long Island in Southampton. 21 year old Jillian wiener and her 19 year old sister Lindsey of Potomac Maryland died in the fire which broke out at about three 30 a.m. on spring lane. Police say the family was vacationing for Maryland. The children, including the girl's brother, were sleeping on the second floor when the fire broke out. The brother managed to escape through a window, the father and wife got out, but he tried to reenter the house. However, the flames were just too intense. For New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and personal attorney to a former president Trump unlikely to face charges in connection with a nearly two year investigation into whether he violated laws requiring him to register as a foreign agent and a Ukraine lobbying case NBC four in The New York Times both quoting sources familiar with the investigation, sources saying the investigation, which is being conducted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan and the FBI has still not concluded. A small group of ten career criminals allowed to roam the streets and rack up nearly 500 arrests after New York enacted its controversial bail reform law. The post reporting the shocking numbers from the NYPD repeat offenders have been arrested a total of 485 times since bell reform went into effect in 2020. Mayor Adams and police commissioner kishon sewell releasing new information today on repeat offenders, New York State is the only state in the country where a judge is barred from the considering the danger and offender poses when deciding whether or not to set bail. Governor Hogan making an announcement today about the approval of a 5 year labor agreement with the civil service employee association. Today I'm announcing that we're making good on our promise to launch an online portal for healthcare worker bonuses. This is where employers complaint claim bonuses for their eligible workers. We have identified who the odds were workers are to make sure that $1.3 billion in funds are allocated to eligible workers who make less than a 125,000. Eligible workers also must have remained in their position for at least 6 months. Hulk all asked if she supports the concept of giving judges the ability to consider dangerousness when setting bell. What we gave judges was the ability to consider severity of the offense. Is this a repeat offense? Is it a, is there a history involved here? So we now have spelled out for judges. Factors to consider in weighing whether or not this person should be out on the street or not. Uncle says she wants people to look at the body of what's been done. A tragedy today on an Indiana highway, Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie Rossi died in a head on car collision this afternoon, the Elkhart county sheriff's office confirming she was one of four victims in the crash, her communication director and the saint Joseph county Republican chair were also killed. The 58 year old royal ski in her two ways were driving southbound in Elkhart county when a northbound vehicle crossed over the line and collided head on into their car, the driver of the second car was also killed. The driver in a hit and run crash on Long Island, which killed the father of rapper Nicki Minaj last year, has been sentenced to a year in jail. Tributes continue to pour in for the
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"Abortions. CBS's Stephen portnoy. The president says the executive order is aimed at loosening rules in the Medicaid program. To allow them to provide reproductive healthcare for women who live in states where abortions are banned. Critics say the move risks running afoul of the Hyde amendment, the long-standing prohibition on federal funding of abortion. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre insists the height amendment is law and we're going to follow that law. She says the specific details of what Medicaid would pay for have yet to be worked out. Stephen portnoy, CBS News, The White House. Kansas voters uphold the right to abortion rejecting a measure that would have changed the state constitution to allow the GOP controlled state legislature to restrict or ban the procedure. CBS's Caitlin Huey burns. This is an issue that very much animates voters. And that's something that Democrats were looking for, some data points heading into the midterm elections, how they could galvanize their supporters. But it also shows that this is something that can attract independent voters and also maybe some Republican voters. In Indiana congresswoman has died in a car crash, CBS Linda kenyon reports. Flags are flying at half staff at the U.S. capitol building following news that Indiana Republican congresswoman Jaguars died in an accident in northern Indiana. The Elkhart county sheriff's office has two staff members who were in the vehicle with warlords, while also killed, so was the driver of the other car. Authorities say, well, his vehicle was hit head on when the other car crossed the center line on a state highway. Who represented Indiana's second congressional district was 58. Linda kenyon, CBS News, Washington. The national weather service confirms roughly 14 to 16 inches of rain fell in a four day period in some areas of eastern Kentucky causing deadly
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"Time check is 6 o'clock, a good evening, I'm bob. Breaking news. WABC. As we've been reporting former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and personal attorney to former president Trump unlikely to face charges in connection with the nearly two year investigation into whether he violated laws requiring him to register as a foreign agent in a Ukraine lobbying case NBC four in The New York Times both quoting sources familiar with the investigation, sources saying the investigation, which is being conducted by federal prosecutors out of Manhattan and the FBI has still not concluded. A small group of ten career criminals allowed to roam the streets and rack up nearly 500 arrests after New York enacted its controversial bail reform law. The post reporting the shocking numbers from the NYPD repeat offenders have been arrested a total of 485 times since Bill reform went into effect in 2020. Mayor Adams and police commissioner kishon sewell releasing new information today on repeat offenders in New York State is the only state in the country where a judge is barred from considering the danger an offender poses when deciding whether or not to set bail. Governor Kathy hochul making an announcement today about the approval of a 5 year labor agreement with the civil service employee association. Today I'm announcing that we're making good on our promise to launch an online portal for healthcare worker bonuses. This is where employers complaint claim bonuses for their eligible workers. We have identified who the odds were workers are to make sure that $1.3 billion in funds are allocated to eligible workers who make less than a 125,000 eligible workers also must have remained in their position for at least 6 months. Meantime, hulko asked if she supports the concept of giving judges the ability to consider dangerousness when setting bail. What we gave judges was the ability to consider severity of the offense. Is this a repeat offense? Is it a, is there a history involved here? So we now have spelled out for judges. Factors to consider in weighing whether or not this person should be out on the street or not. Hopeless hulk says she wants people to look at the body of what's been done. We're learning the names of the victims in this morning's deadly house fire and Long Island in Southampton, 21 year old Julian wiener and her 19 year old sister Lindsey Weiner of Potomac mallorn, atomic Maryland, I should say, died in the fire which broke out about three 30 this morning on spring lane. Police say the families was vacationing for Maryland, the children, including the girl's brother, was sleeping on the second floor when the fire broke out. The brother managed to escape through a window, the father and wife got out, but the he tried to reenter the house, however the flames were just too intense, the cause of the fire is under investigation. A tragedy today on an Indiana highway Indiana Republican congresswoman Jackie walewski died in a car crash this afternoon, the Elkhart county sheriff's office confirming she was one of four victims in a car crash. Her communication director Emma Thompson and saint Joseph county Republican chair Zachary Potts were also killed. Police say the 58 year old was killed when a car in the oncoming lane crossed the dividing line, the driver of that second car was also killed. While the ancient Madsen some mid week day ball, here's Kevin Perez live from the 77 WBC sports desk. Thank you very much, bob. Let's get a check on your scores for the New York baseball team. So here in The Bronx, the Yankees fell to the Seattle Mariners in the afternoon, 7 to four was your final 6 run first inning for Seattle was enough on Gary Cole to get the job done. Next for those bombers Friday night, they will be in St. Louis. And in our nation's capital, the mets right now up 8 to zero in the top of the 6th inning on the nationals, Chris passed, pitching a shutout in 5 innings with only 6 hits. Daniel vogelbach with a Grand Slam in the 5th inning to power those mets and some tough news for UConn fans and women's basketball page beckers, the national player of the year in 2021 has a torn ACL. She will be out for the season back to you, bob. Okay, Kevin, thanks so much. Your forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight clear skies, low 74, tomorrow's Sunday is going to be hot, high 92. Right now, 86°, mostly sunny skies outside the midtown
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Indiana Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, three others killed in car crash
"And Indiana congresswoman has been killed in a car crash The office of Republican congresswoman Jackie wolofsky says the accident occurred in her northern Indiana district The Elkhart county sheriff's office says deputies responded to the scene of a two vehicle crash shortly afternoon Investigators say a car traveled left of the center lane and collided head on with the SUV will ski was riding in Two others in the vehicle also died as did the woman driving the other car The 58 year old warski served on the House ways and means committee She was first elected to represent Indiana's
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"The Kennedy Space Center in Florida is preparing to launch NASA's next moon rocket later this month from member station WMF in Orlando, Brendan Byrne reports. The first flight of NASA's SLS rocket and Orion space capsule will carry no crew, but will lay the groundwork for future missions taking astronauts to the lunar surface. Crews at Kennedy Space Center will roll the rocket to its launch pad in about two weeks with a launch as early as August 29th. The goal of NASA's Artemis one mission is to test the vehicle in deep space on a more than monthlong mission around the moon and back. A Republican congresswoman from Indiana has died in a car crash, 58 year old Jackie, while lorcan died in Elkhart county, Indiana, won a car from the opposite lane crashed into the vehicle carrying Waldorf, also killed a member of the congresswoman's staff in Washington and a state GOP staffer. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 416 points closing at 32,812. This is NPR news. From WAB. News in Atlanta, good afternoon. I'm Jim burris. It's 5 32. The Atlanta city council has voted to donate more than $7 million to the community foundation of greater Atlanta to relocate residents of the forest cove apartments. As Christopher alston reports, this comes after Atlantic condemned the apartment complex late last year. Atlanta mayor Andre Dickens said the city would work to rehouse all of the forest cove residents after a W ABE investigation highlighted squalid conditions. In May, the council authorized a $1.5 million donation of American rescue plan act funds to start moving families. This week's city council vote increases the investment to the originally promised allocation of around $9 million. As of the end of June, 21 out of 200 families had been relocated. The apartments in southeast Atlanta were set to be demolished by the city after all residents were moved out. But last month, the city agreed not to do so after the owner of forest cove, Ohio based millennia announced plans to redevelop. Christopher alston, W ABE news. Home prices in metro Atlanta may not be increasing at the same rate. They have been over the last year. But as the Atlanta business chronicles crystal Evanston reports, that doesn't mean they're decreasing. Home prices in metro Atlanta aren't going up as fast as they once were. The latest S&P case schiller report shows home prices increased about 26% in May. That's nearly the same pace as the previous month. Analysts blame higher mortgage rates which are helping to cool consumer demand. While Atlanta home prices are no longer increasing at record rates, they are still rising faster than the national average and at 26% Atlanta still has a way to go before home price appreciation gets back to a normal
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"Are real mothers These are real fathers that's going through real pain And people don't see that They just see a number on the news station and that's it but they don't see that you are really affecting people's lives You are taking children away from their parents That's mnemonic That's doubles work Mayor light put says there are 34 unsolved murders involving children in the city The TSA says it's ramping up fines for travelers who don't wear masks at airports that are agencies proposed nearly $86,000 in fines for a 190 masked violators More than 5000 incidents have been reported since February and the TSAs issued warnings to more than 2200 people nearly 200 people have already faced criminal penalties in July the agency reported more than 85 physical assaults against TSA officers since the beginning of the pandemic Chicago's first ever casino resort drew 5 proposals for the mayor and council to consider They included two proposals from bally's corporation which would be self managed HR Chicago submitted a proposal for a casino to be managed by hard rock international River Chicago at McCormick's operations would be managed by rust street gaming and river 78 gaming also proposed a site to be managed by rush street gaming A review committee made up of a cross section of city departments will now determine the recommended winning bidder the mayor's office says more information on the proposals will be shared in the following weeks Bob Kessler WGN news Vote on President Biden's social spending and infrastructure bills could happen this Tuesday Final details being worked out in the nearly $2 trillion bill that aims to provide some of the biggest funding for social and environmental issues including healthcare and climate crisis This morning senator Bernie Sanders said even though the spending bill has been scaled back he still thinks more progressive policies like lower prescription drug prices will make it into the final bill While some businesses have had ups and downs during the pandemic northern Indiana's RV industry is doing well Several thousand people work at dozens of RV manufacturing and supply factories in Elkhart county east of South Bend figures from the RV industry association show RV factories.
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"Um, you know, as as you note, it was 25% maximum capacity last year. This year, it's a sellout. Businesses have got to be happy that the people are back, and they don't seem to be worried about anything other than having a good time. Yeah, Tony, no question about it. We all remember a year ago and what that was like again from a kind of a bottom line standpoint for downtown Indianapolis. Obviously, the culture a big economic generator for downtown, the The home weekends. They are at Lucas Oil Stadium brings a lot of folks downtown, a lot of money spending and a great atmosphere. Let's face it much different yesterday with that packed house at Lucas Oil Stadium. Uh, so it is. It's a much needed shot in the arm. But there's gonna be a ways to go obviously, before businesses can Began to feel more comfortable than things are perhaps getting somewhat back back to normal. The whole back to normal concept. You know, that's that's really where we're at statewide. What does it mean to be back to normal? Has had business owners told you what they're willing to. What would allow them to feel that they're back to normal. Is there a feeling that Hoosiers are back to normal? Or are they seeing certain roadblocks still in their way? Well, I think, uh, Anecdotally. I think as I talked to business owners around the state, not just here in Indianapolis, but around the state, I think there's a feeling that we're on the road back to normal if you will, but the uncertainty those clouds of uncertainty with, uh, resurgence in the virus that we're seeing a lot of attention, um around Uh, the mask mandates. Are they Are they not? Will they? Will they not happen. Those types of question marks are out there. And But I think I think there is a feeling and when you see, you know, just at least psychologically. When you see the packed houses that we see a college football stadiums around the country packed houses that we see that NFL games around the country. I think that that helps with the psychology at minimum. That perhaps we are getting back to some sense of normalcy. But it's that cautious optimism. Hate to use the term, but it's a cautiously optimistic attitude that I think is out there. Talking to Gary Deck of inside Indiana business dot com on Twitter I be you had mercy owner of the Colts on the show with you and we have discussed here. The need for more museums downtown. I have nothing against new fields. I may have issues with certain decisions that they make policy decisions they make. But I love new fields in and of itself, and I love what they have to offer. We clearly need more things. And as a sports place, we should have more sports museums downtown and certainly Jimmer say, has got himself A collection of the knickknacks and the bric a BRAC that people would want to see. You got into this conversation with him. Where are we? Will we see They an Ursa Museum of just Cool, wicked stuff. Well, he would like to see that. Absolutely it was on the shoes You mentioned as part of my business, empty and podcast and had a really interesting conversation, a lot of great stories and and some candidates. From Jim Mercy about the future of downtown, he said. Hey, I don't want to stir the pot here unnecessarily Stir the pot stir the whole damn pie, he said. You know, he feels as though that downtown needs to have more to be more dynamic. He feels there's a stagnation going on in downtown Indianapolis. That wasn't there. Before he harkens back to the eighties, when obviously the Colts moved here and and the vibe around downtown and growth and activity, and he wants a museum. This museum he says he has $100 million in artifacts. Everything from Milton Johns Piano, two guitars, You know, a whole host of guitarist, famous legendary guitars unique, rare copy of the Declaration of Independence, a number of things that He wants to put on museum. He tells me that that Chicago wants at Boston wants at Austin wants that Nashville really wants it, but he wants it to be downtown. So interesting conversation with Jim or so you talked a lot more than football. I I I've never met Jimmer say, uh, I don't even know if you've ever invited him on the show. I think I think we have. It might not be the show for him. That would be too. Too bad as I see it, but I just wanted to said now. Mr. Say, you put a museum of your stuff in Nashville. There's going to be a fight. There's going to be a fight. It's gonna get nasty things are going to be set. Apologies won't do it. It's just going to be. Let's just put it and in Boston. In Boston. That's that's just that that is an obscenity of a thought. And I just want to say it and and put it out there and be done with it. And thank you talking to Gary Dick from inside indiana business dot com on Twitter at I B. And while we see things, you know, building and growing, you guys have the story that out there in Elkhart Uh, that a massive r V show, the 2021 RV dealer open house. Has been canceled This this is again. This is a big when we talk about things getting in the way this is a big hit. Yeah, it is for northern Indiana and again, you have, you know, just from the psychology of it. When you see a big show like this, we've seen convention. Certainly here in Indianapolis and around the country coming back being able to be held without problems, But then you see this. It's a big annual convention that's in Elkhart County that has been has been canceled for the second year in a row, obviously was canceled last year. But the fact that it's been cancelled again this year because of this, this resurgence does send a signal and against its the economy of that area as that's an event, whether a lot of lot of money being spent in the northern part of the state Before I let you go going back to your conversation with Jim er, say which people can hear on the business and beyond podcast inside Indiana business dot com Did did the Colts owner get into not only, you know, worrying about the city, but Discussing what's happening now and and conversations about leadership and what it takes to make a city great. Well, you know, he talked about it in general terms. I'll tell you what he referenced to written. He referenced Bill Hudnut delayed Bill Hudnut, former Indianapolis mayor and talked about, uh, his feeling that we need to get back to a business paraphrasing here. But a bill Hudnut kind of leadership with you know some some promotions, some excitements and sure leading if you will, for downtown Indianapolis, getting bold in downtown Indianapolis, So he talked about those kinds of things feels as though that maybe is it is lacking to an extent. I mean, I'm putting words you know, maybe putting words in his mouth, but That's the general tenor the general tone of this conversation. I found it interesting is very candid about it. I said, you know.
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"That organ which you actually gave away this one you did. Not only I would do actually funny because only give away to teach, like once a year, just kind of pick up new subscribers and uses maybe one is like a couple of weeks old. So the people who pay gets a so get all the new stuff, but this, But this story is kind of gotten out of control. What the whole thing was in the Black Caucus and the Republicans. Super Jordan's like, Okay, I'm gonna go ahead and give this one away. Complimentary on you confined that it indeed politics. That organ would like to sample the cheat sheet and we recommend that you do that you add in the back the back pages of List of people that you consider to be front runners for the secretary of state secretary of state the selection by the governor you, said Holly Sullivan. That is where if I had a betting website, betting on politics were illegal. I would be throwing several dollar bills towards Holly Sullivan. But you say there are others in contention. Yes, there to others to other serious candidates and contention because I saw the saw that in the Apple Stars list. I saw my friend lends your dhoti right for the I. P. J s on her list of people. I mean, some of them. Yes. Something like who the help? Who told you this? This is wrong one of their name in the paper. But I'm a contender. This is wrong. No. Like. For example, one of them wanted mentioned Brandon Clifton as a possible replacement for Connie Lawson. He is currently the dead chief Deputy Secretary States brand. I have talked extensively he is not doing. He wants to go do Something else. He's got a young daughter, young family, So he's kind of tired of that. Sure that that sort of politics, saying Holly Sullivan is a contender, Danny Lopez is like a contender as well. Didn't you say that about any Lopez is you used to be Holcomb's deputy chief of staff? Oh, So Danny's a contender. Daddy may not get it because if the governor's current chief of staff Earl Good steps down after session, which is a rumor kind of run around on the street right now, Those girls, you know, almost 88 or is almost 80 years old and some change and get a little tired. Uh, There's a thought that hokum may want Danny to come back as his chief of staff. Danny currently works for media for the Pacers. Right now, um So if Danny is secretary state, he's only had the job for, like, three months. Then he comes back then you could start the whole thing all over again. And they just pick people in a circle, right? I mean, this is that you're all these names you're saying or the same names you've been hearing for years. They're all connected together. It's just a big giant circle. And then the other continuous Tim Wesco who 10 Wesco Tim is upstate rap. From up in Elkhart County. Very conservative. Um, good guy, you know, and we had some issues earlier with all the same sex marriage stuff. But due to some personal loss we both had We sort of Kind of taking care of that relationship s O. He's contender. He's also the chairman, say the House Elections committee, so that kind of gives him some influence on on elections. And also the only declare Kennedy in the race. So it's still Diego more Alice, who ran for the fourth Congressional district a couple years ago and did not win did on win. So Diego is a pence guy. Do we ever do ever figure out what exactly? Diego did for Pence? I still don't know yet. You know, I told Diego actually, after After sessions over because, after such is over, we'll sit down. We'll chat because I'm not ready to talk to anybody running for office. Just Yeah, well, that's a question I've had for years, and I've never gotten a clear answer on. So that'd be a good question. Anyway. He worked for Pence in some capacity. He previously worked for Charlie White. Didn't he work for Charlie White and also tied Rakhi toe, So he's worked in the office. Now he's claimed of raised the whole bunch of money, right? He has raised about $200,000 and some change. Last time I checked his campaign finance reports, however, the issue is that like four checks for like 50 grand So is there a problem with that? Well, yes, you raise money, but there's only money from Ford. Oh, I see right? Because didn't he raise a whole bunch of money early on in his congressional race to and that was a big thing about all the connections. He had all the money he'd raised. Yes. And then also there was the ad that I still think it was bad, but it was funny was called Lego, My Diego. He had his picture like in a waffle Kaneko off, like one of his opponents. Brandon. Yeah, Okay. It was really bad. But it was also really funny. Like the family guy where the slaves and the thing are we there yet again. I'll turn this boat around. Okay, great for us. I'd like to point out that's Abdul's things Abdul can say broadcasts. S o. I can ask you this because this is another optics thing. This guy Wayne Harmon. You know Wayne Harmon? Yes. Ran for Congress. I think a couple years ago and married county. He is apparently wanting to run for secretary of State. And he's putting out videos telling people to petition the governor to appoint him as the secretary of state. Have you seen any of these? No, I haven't seen him yet. Good look is that is that Is that a way that that that doesn't seem like the way that works. I mean, I could see this part of ah, part of a bigger strategy, but I've plane. Really the point the gunny they're doing these videos for Congress. Yes, I don't see it happen. Okay? I just wondered if that is in This is an election. It's an appointment, and I wondered if that is considered tacky to tell people to beg people to ask people to Please call. The governor asked him to give me this job. Yes, it is. Okay. All right, Wayne. Really Good Lord, What have I been paying attention to Wait. We've got to. We've got just a couple minutes left. You're in the program. What should we be looking forward to the next week in the Indiana statehouse? Well liked, so we just got through either half time of the first period. Take your pick, whether your football fan or basketball or soccer fan S so now All the bills that passed on the house will go to the Senate and vice versa. Obviously, we take a look at the budget. Uh, the revenue forecast in April will be a big deal because that will determine What the final budget numbers look like. Also, What's interesting is that both the House and Senate have been discussing the budget back and forth like they're gonna wait to the last man like, okay, we got the final revenue numbers. Now let's go negotiate. Actually doing the negotiations. Uh, now, so there's that also, you have the governor's know, Emerging power Authority. What is that going to look like when everything is said and done, And also, you got some other bills out there, too. Uh, you got Um, like said some of the bills in with indigo that I go on the house side. I got to figure that out. Got the voucher program that folks had forgot. So it is. It is part one of act to you, My friend are a national treasure..
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"That was broken down. He had to spend some money. Some assets needed to be used to protect things and raised it up raised up the towers and the other one without strangling millo in the city of david and made weapons and shields in abundance and then for six he said captains of war over the people and gathered them together to him in the broad place at the gate of the city and state comfortably under them saying and then the texts continues. His aci was a man who initially did not have a great deal of wealth and now he reaches a time where he has to spend some of that limited. Well to stave off the syrians. But you know what he was a good manager with what he had he lived in the right way and things turned around things change. They got better staying in the same chapter but now moving down to versus twenty two and twenty three thus jehovah saved has a kaya and the inhabitants of jerusalem. From the hands of some of the king of assyria and from the hand of all others and guided them on every side then in verse twenty three and many brought gifts under jehovah jerusalem and precious things to has kaya king of judah so that he was exalted in the sign of all the nations from henceforth. So here when we think about people who are wealthy. We have a slightly different case. There have been times. There still are times when god provides welcome people. Sometimes those who start out with a small amount end up with Having quite a bit more it has happened in the past. it occurs today and yet we'll look at. We find that people who go through that kind of thing can sometimes encounter a problem. A person can Reach a point where things have gotten so good that this world becomes a little too comfortable as you continue to read about his a chi- you find that he got sick. He became deathly sick and thought that he was going to die. He recovered and while we might think that everything was great after his recovery. He's got wealth and now his life is back as you continue to look at the following years. He faced some serious difficulties. One of his decisions eventually led the babylonians to taking The southern section of israel. He had been prospered for a while but there were severe consequences. Negative consequences that came as the years went by today. It's still possible for people sometimes to say. Well money's going to be good and wealth is going to be a positive thing but they get blinded by the money. I recently spoke with a member of the church who is not in any way associated with elkhart county. Doesn't live here doesn't work here. He described a company that he's been working for for the last few years. It's a small company At least starting out that way it still comparatively small to a number of other area businesses. But it's grown ver-very quickly. And he said is i have watched. The company grow as i have worked for this particular organization. He said we have made a lot of money One of the people who is in the upper section of the company. He said we've just money hand over fist and he said the conversation continued as i listen. He said. In my estimation the company owners became drunk with money and he didn't mean by that that they were taking the company profits and going out and buying liquor. He meant that money which again had been coming in very regularly Head blinded the people. The owners had lost their focus. Not all wealthy people have had a life which has been good to them. Good to others. True for has true for the man and the people that are talking about just a moment ago and certainly true for us and this is a critical lesson for us to apply when we think about well..
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"West Nile back in Indiana. Here's what's trending at twelve thirty mosquitoes. Carrying West Nile virus found in one northern Indiana county mosquitoes, and southern Elkhart county have tested positive for West Nile reports the Gauchan news, so far this year. There have been no reports of people in Indiana catching West Nile thirty four hoosiers gone West Nile in twenty eighteen and four of them died. Ashley Fowler, ninety three WIBC