26 Burst results for "February, 25Th"
Buffalo Sabres snap 18-game winless streak with victory over Philadelphia Flyers
"Took nearly five weeks. 34 days more than 800 hours. But Thursday night, the drought finally came to an end. It was a nightmare to say the least hard practice yesterday, a positive attitude and a little turnaround tonight when number one is a head coach for Don Renato, snapping this 18 game winless stretch their first victory in 19 as they surround Lena's hallmark and a 61 win. Over the Philadelphia Flyers favors win. Haven't been able to say that since February, 25th Nbcsn with call prior to Wednesday, Buffalo had gone Oh 15 and three since their win in late February. It was the second longest winless streaks and shoot outs were introduced in the NHL in 2005, and they tied the 0506 Penguins for the most consecutive losses, including overtime and shootouts. In the 21st century. Over the 18th team in NHL history to go winless over an 18 game span. But the futility of Buffalo is over for at least one night
"february, 25th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Hate that word. You're entitled to ten thousand dollars right right in theory. No not in theory because of the policy. You pay your premiums on time what they tell you when they tell you you have ten thousand dollars worth of damage to your car. You're entitled to ten thousand bucks right if they and they know this. They can't write an accurate estimate. That estimate at is going to be at best and again. This is my experience thirty percents. So they're going to hand you a check for three thousand dollars right That's not that's not and i'm not great at math but that's not ten thousand thirty percent after we'll show yeah go back in. The office will be so they hand you now. During the pandemic money was tight for a lot of people took those checks and ran with them and ran with them and the problem is they were not they were entitled to the full settlement of what the policy offers itself and they said that's where the windfalls at it's not in the frequency of accidents. We're talking with mike morris with auto collision specialists. There's a lawsuit going on in nevada and it's the usual usual suspects here. The lawsuits were filed on behalf of nevada insurance customers against state farm. Usaa geico acuity liberty. Mutual farmers progressive travelers nationwide. And allstate. my question to you. Mike is where do you think it's going to go. I mean you think anything's gonna change from this lawsuit or is this just a. Hey let's pay more attention now. I hate to say got better lawyers than have very deep pockets now. That doesn't give us licensed to steal from them. And one of the things. Tanner that are really really. Want to bring up. Is that how you combat that practice. Because i'll tell you. Absolute power corrupts absolutely and you talk about it. And one of the reasons i'm sitting in this station is local local local reverts buddy. Three words matter your agent your agent. Everybody goes what mike you just hate. Insurance companies..
"february, 25th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Are you surprised that that somebody's actually coming after these these insurance i'm actually surprised it took this long really. I'm really surprised it took this long. And yes you know the the whole cova thing started you know if you would have told me. In december of two thousand nineteen that we were going to be having this discussion right in february. Two thousand twenty one. I'd gun the to what's interesting about that is all of the ca. I call it collateral damage that has happened not everybody with with the covert right. Y'all see we're all in this together. We're not there. There are people who made money last year. Now that we're are- year end of two weeks to flatten. The curve started there. But and i don't begrudge people making money. I really don't begrudge that. I think i think it's a wonderful thing right and but with that sad doing it the right way. It's one thing about it. And obviously i work with insurance companies ninety nine point nine percent of what i do is paid for through insurance proceeds. Right i mean. And what's interesting about that. Is i choose out of being on insurance. Companies lists camp right where you're the preferred shop. I don't know if you have. You noticed driving around grill you see a lot of these And heck all over the front range all these big box store home box door auto body right and they're big national chains and they've all showed up on the scenery because.
"february, 25th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"february, 25th" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And it is February 25th. We are back. Today is Thursday. We have an absolute ton of stuff a poll ethra an avalanche wage things to share with all of you. But before I hit the record button Joe and I were just talking, you know, what not being political here at all, but I completely and totally understand why in some wage States the teachers don't want to go back to don't want to go back to work. I completely and totally sympathize with them. And again, I'm not trying to be political and you know and all that because listen a lot of the young artists included they've gone partially feral. Yes a little Savages. It's poor teachers man, or maybe the poor kids. I don't know I suppose it depends on your school. I know the teachers. Can you imagine right man? They're going to pay for essential a Year's worth of children losing all grips of reality and how they're supposed to be wild. Yeah. So anyway, so if you're a teacher no one teacher out there as kids birth. To go back to school, you know, we all have to basically support our teacher Community. Julie's parents were retired teachers, I guess in a strange way. Julie and I are teachers as well. But our thoughts are people are completely feral. They're just partially feral AKA real estate agents. Well, that's true. Yeah exactly but night but not like a bunch of seven-year-olds. Can you imagine? Oh my goodness. I know right now. It's worth scary. So today, we're going to finish up the points. We started the other day yesterday rather and we were talking about why it's absolutely critical you become the listing agent. But before we do, we have a special actually Julie wanted to share with this thought you guys Michelle McClintock who is a coach for us. She was and I think still has probably regarded in the nation as the number one. I would say primarily short sale Specialists expert she's helped setups short sale programs for banks seems to work directly with the major services and lenders. She was integral part of our team back in the real estate crisis, and she still a great job. And of ours also a past coaching client to and she sent Julie a message that all of you guys need to know about and just be aware of yes. And so you guys should know by now that we're very committed to letting you know from the front lines exactly what's happening when it's happening so that you can be prepared to not be surprised by anything. So let's get into Michelle's email. So again, you set my shop as absolutely somebody that we can track stuff cuz she's in the front lines. Okay. So hi, Julie, hope you guys are doing well. We're starting to see more and more short sales creeping into the marketplace. I have 14 new short sales. Just last week the market in South Florida is strong and fast way I don't believe we'll see a crash like we did last time I do believe we'll see a sharp increase in short sales to come in today's environment and what we saw as a result of twenty-twenty meaning covid-19..
"february, 25th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Spoke back in bit is no cornell presented by the jeanine agencies. Poll cushion is What is what. What's the best coffeehouse in noko. That's what we want to know today. And it's up on our facebook page at noko now. Russell says gotta go in beam and blue mug as a close second He said argue human being has proven its position by how much they've grown with locations being a local grown company. Are i wrestle i. I'll be honest. I don't think i knew that human being was local. I don't think i knew that But i i'm ready. I'm all out. I'll take that appreciate The comment there razzle the other thing like like you said he goes. He's like he's like ready to argue. That it's human being so if anybody disagrees with them. I'd like to see that he is ready to go in coming on our facebook page at noko now And you can leave us your thoughts there. We're attempting to reach miles. Bloom heart with fort collins colorado on we've got some City news over there in fort collins that we're gonna try and talk to Miles about So we're going to continue to effort to get him up on the line But one of the one of the stories that i'm gonna work through a little bit later on. This is going to be a fun one so you know how i talked about yesterday. Like what's the best part of colorado. What what's your favorite part about it. Where do you live. Why people wanna live here today. I'm going to flip the switch. And i am talking about The top ten most criminalized areas in colorado. That's right there was a study that was done Where the top. Excuse me the ten most burglaries cities in colorado Yeah there's some on there that you would expect there's a couple that i would Absolutely gone there. But we're talking about up with mike morris Coming up a little bit later on as well We'll get into that while we await an attempt to get miles up on the On the hotline this story out of the colorado by Molly bohannon is Is one that. I found interesting as well. Because i've been keeping keeping close tabs on the future of things An all areas but especially at schools and putin school district is making their summer plans. All ready They have plenty of. They're planning on three courses for high schoolers. So i thought this was. I thought this was interesting that they are already starting to plan on this. There's snow on the ground Putin school district officials are are working there figuring figuring out summer school offerings..
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"She been goats with collars that were too tight a very sick dog and then there were the dangling legs from dead. Animals tied to the fencing. When you were there plus what did you see. Yeah so basically. When i was there obviously observe the two legs that were tied to tied to the fence. That was from I believe a go. It looks like goat legs That halina has supposedly tied to the fence and basically I believe i from our understanding of property. Owner told us that killed that animals so that she could feed it to the dog so not obviously wasn't giving the dog proper food yet. This dog is supposed to be alive guardian guarding these animals. So pretty pretty messed up. And then i counted a total of eight to nine. dead animals. Inside structures so an outside as well go Potbellied pig was one of them. The calf more goats and then a outside of the pan. That was dead and so it obviously. The pain was littered with alcohol. Bottles trash see pad those she twine tied around its neck and other one with a caller that was really tight There were some animals loose outside of the pan like six ducks and a pot-bellied pig and the rabbit and those animals were actually halfway decent sate. Because they've been able to kind of rome you know but the ones in the pan. We're not getting proper food or water. There was no food or water on the property. When i first went out when the property owner asked me for help And so you know they were hungry. They were absolute hungry. They followed me around the outside of the pen and Looking for food does your palling. I mean it's it's heartbreaking and it's wrong on so many levels now you have referred to helene that the owner of this property. excuse me halina morally And so we had The weld county animal control colorado department of agriculture ficials assisting her last Last saturday in removing nine dead animals from the street property along with other measures. But where does it stand. As of this point have conditions gotten any better from what we can tell it. Looks like some of the pen have been cleaned out and but the outsider. They just she just threw it all outside the pin. So there's photos of grass. You know outside the pen and you know the other thing too for people to understand is that you know. She knows that she is under the radar so to speak right now and that people are watching for the welfare of those animals. And so while that's going on he is going to be a little more aware and on point with trying to do her best to take care of them which still is always the is scattering kicking. Food still So the survival of these animals if they are these free is going to be tough right now especially if this is gonna take to two weeks for the department to process And i definitely want to make it clear that You know i know that. Most especially the sheriff's department that focuses on criminals and people in the community and focusing on those cases however statistically speaking people who hoard neglect or have cooled he Charges brought against them for animal. Seventy percent of those people are harming another human being either in their care or in their home and thirty percent of them have like.
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Sheriff explored multiple avenues for more thorough investigation. But our current laws won't allow the office to go any further and helping animals that are enclosed in a pen with other animals that are dead and decaying which absolutely boggles the mind. Obviously floss there. Needs of beaten via change in the state laws regarding this nerd does and i know a lot of the Issues surrounding matter obviously farmers and ranchers Needs to have need to be able to continue to operate and there needs to really be a distinction. Honestly between what animal. Hoarding looks like. Which is this situation right here. versus wet farming in ranting and good animal husbandry is. There's a very big distinction between that and You know most of these cases that that i even worked with the county in the past where those were hoarders. Those where people who are hoarding animals and You know this case was very. It's just been so very interesting because you know these evidence was just so much and even if you go on back onto helena's facebook page. He had a calf that she posted to page in june of twenty twenty and it was one of the dead animals lying in that enclosure. The sheriff's department had told me over the phone that they have been investigating her for twelve months twelve months and they haven't been able to make a case against her on this And you know for all of us in the neighbors up on the hill that we've been able to communicate with. They have been watching this unfold for since early. October of two thousand eighteen when she started leasing the place And so it's been. It's it's mental health. It's definitely a mental health issue which is so sad and you know it definitely once we posted it and just put out a the call like. Hey you know these animals are suffering. There are many dead. There are many different species. Dead in this panel. It's not just one species of animal that can either point to disease or pointed starvation. In this case we have video of of these animals being fed chicken. scratch essentially And that you know you can't potbelly. Pigs cannot successfully live and thrive on that It's not enough food for even the chickens to eat. And then you have dogs sheep goats you know The turkey the rabbit. You know you have this all these different species of animals and and definitely poor for animal has been drained. Definitely a hoarding hoarding mentality. Going on there you had another animal. Sanctuary owner amy smith co founder of rescued friends animal sanctuary wary describing those pot bellied pigs emaciated to the point of being able to see each vertebrae on them..
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well tyler need in mcgreal tribhuvan february twentieth that ongoing saga surrounding an animal enclosure on a property in unincorporated weld county took another. Turn this past saturday. as well. animal control and colorado department of agriculture officials assisted the landowner in removing nine dead animals from this f street of property. Now the property on the fifty. Four hundred block of f street was served with an order for stock owner. Alina morley to quote assemble heard for evaluative and dig- nas tick testing but is at the end of the story as well The deplorable conditions at this animal enclosure again in unincorporated weld county guards dot only national but world wide attention unfortunately the laws in colorado surrounding these types of enclosures. Well they're pretty darn lax but you even had a first gentleman marlin rees saying something needs to be done as to state legislators as did number of animal sanctuaries Concerned residents neighbor a neighbors of this property on f street and well. Where does it go from here. Have conditions gotten any better. Because it's absolutely heartbreaking among those who got engaged with this was floss. Blackburn floss is founder and president of a den kyw animal sanctuary joins us this morning. High floss thanks for taking the time. Hi there thank you for having me. You know last last question. I because i'm working from a number of articles about this. I mean you know you had fifteen hundred people or if not more signing the petition calling for some action to be taking as these animals were living in an enclosed with well dead and decaying animal carcasses apparently being neglected not being cared for but any number of these articles refer to those who wanted action to be taken as animal activists which has a negative connotation. Do you consider yourself an animal. Activists just seems like the right thing to do. We really wanna make this distinction between animal welfare agencies such as ourselves animal welfare groups and animal rights activists as a distinction and we are on the animal welfare and of that if that makes sense and so our you know our call to action after i was on that property february third. Was you know somebody. Please do something about this. This is. I've worked cruelty cases with weld county In the years past before this current You know for these people were were in on ammo control and part of that and and in the past they would pull those animals Much sooner than they would have already been off that property so it was really interesting to see how this was an have been unfolding now. It's interesting as well because you have first gentleman. Marlin reads Talking about this on its facebook. Page calling on the state legislature to remedy the quote is he referred to them. Largely nonexistent was protecting animals. Raised for food saying that it was clear to him that the weld county..
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"This is mornings with kale and northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi k. Causing anita eight. Now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. Eight dot com northern colorado voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios. All right we talked about the hope and the promise with that Johnson and johnson vaccine probably getting approval as early as tomorrow. Colorado might see some shipments of that single-dose j. j. vaccine coming our way as early as early next week does that mean you'll be able to get it. Well yeah as with so many things relative to covid nineteen kind of remains to be seen but some good news for jbs. Working for peace out of the trip. By jaden watson fisher has jbs workers. She points out well. They've been through quite a lot in the past year highlighted by that covid nineteen outbreak in companies greeley plant that claimed the lives of six workers butts. They will have one less hurdle when it comes to getting vaccinated. You had united food and commercial workers local seven. This is the union repenting. Jbs employees and the jbs corporate office each announcing..
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Morning. So nancy pelosi wants and nine eleven title commission to investigate the january sixth riot at the capitol. Is there a case afford doing that. Particularly given the fact that Well it's the brainchild of one. Nancy pelosi seven fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi k. a thirteen ten k dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios. Big shout out of course to Ryan kelly who is At the board and keeping me on track as he does each and every morning ryan so appreciate all your work so do we need a nine eleven type commission to investigate the january six a riot all right. let's Kinda work through this. Because i can play both sides of the equation if only to start a conversation if the goal is truly to find out why are seat of government was so poorly protected. And what happened to the hashtag epic in intelligence fail. They had intelligence coming out of our. Investigative agencies are oso agust in estimated agencies. They had evidence the day before that well something less than ideal was going to go down. January sixth at the capital. A lot of the violence was all ready planned. You'll you'll have to look any further than the pipebombs that were conveniently placed at both the rnc and the dnc headquarters. But is that truly nancy. Pelosi's goal you're saying okay yourself rhetorical now i just wanna throw it out there. Well according to the editorial board in the wall street journal there's reason to doubt it since she pushed to make the commission a partisan body Don't you love when clarity comes so early on in any equation. any question. Her initial plan was to have seven members appointed by democrats and four by republicans. Now that's impossible to justify. Democrats have fifty one percent of house seats. Republicans have forty nine percent. The senate is fifty fifty so please tell me helped me with this. Why would democrats get to a point. Sixty four percent of a january six commission.
"february, 25th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Needless to say. I said before the top of the hour news this morning. It's been a tough year on. All of us fits and starts in just about every area of our lives due to The lockdowns and the restrictions of a covid nineteen particularly hard on students of all ages not to mention student athletes. Something that unc president. Dr andy feinstein and athletics director. Both of whom join us this morning. That director darren done know a little something something about. It's important to look at head head. Dr feinstein darren welcome to the show. Good morning gail great to be with you as always and you're right. I did bring along a friend. Darren done our athletic director cancer. Any questions that you your listeners may have regarding athletic. unc and darren. It's great to talk with you this morning. I'm so excited about that. Of course we always love talking. Dr feinstein but so pleased that you could take the time to join us. Thank you for having us. Oh absolutely it's it's definitely my pleasure. And i don't mean to start out on a sad note but i would be remiss. I wanted to take a moment to remember a true standout. Someone that has left us far too soon as the former pro bowl. Receiver and unc. Stand out as i said Vincent jackson passed away Mid february the unc team tweeted something that i thought was really touching. Poignant and on point calling. Vincent jackson one of the greatest bears of all time. How will he be remembered. Darren you know he. He made such an impact on our athletic department. Our football program and he was suchy proud. Unc alum that that it was a sad day for us I think we're all heartbroken. And obviously our condolences go out to their family Lindsay and their kids and the parents It's just a sad sad thing That that we went through You know people don't realize What a great person he was. He was obviously a great football player. A great unc basketball player but he was such a much much better person cared more about people in unc then than his own success. And that's always what he talked about. So you know. We talked about this all the time that that i was. We lost a great there but he will not be forgotten. And we're we're putting together plans now to honor him come the fall. Just because he's been he means so much to our program.
"february, 25th" Discussed on WTVN
"Hospitalizations. A lot of people, depending on the type of situation there and would probably like to end up in the hospital. They get at least have warmth, you know. And then the other thing, too. I was just thinking about Um And I guess this is an Ohio problem. But you know, you work like the dickens to get your driveway cleared. Kind of what I did. At the end of the driver was where a lot of the ice was. I got all that busted up on Lee to have the streets. Great. They come by and Celia back in again and now it's like, Oh, you gotta go back home and start all over. Trying to get that all but again in Ohio problem. At least I have heat to go into. So I don't wanna complain. Too much. People in Dallas would love to have my problem right about now. Let's bring in from ABC News Mark Raymond lard for some Good news that the U. S covert case numbers are dropping Mark. This is fantastic news. Is it not? Yeah. Yeah, it is the numbers air dropping quite significantly, where 65% off of the record peak in January. In terms of daily case numbers, just shy of 90,000 new cases each day right now is what the U. S is averaging. But, you know, you compare that to January 11th on that. Well, we were a 250,000 cases. Every day on average. At that point, so, yes, the numbers are dropping and, of course, the lagging indicators behind that are dropping hospital rates and a drop in the number of deaths every day. But we are still at very high numbers, You know. So while we've dropped 65% off January high in terms of case numbers, we are still 20,000. More cases every day right now than what we were seeing in in the peak of the summer surge so you can see that you know the numbers are still very high, but we're trending in the right direction. And that's a very positive sign. Fewer hospital cases and new admissions, Fewer deaths, fewer cases so it looks like Yeah, if we continue on this track here Um, you know, we could go below what we're talking about. As far as the comparison to the summer we could probably, you know, See that dip below that probably within the next four weeks or something? Obviously, I'm just guessing, but yeah, Yeah. Yeah, That's just an estimate. Certainly, And perhaps that is, you know what? We'll see if we continue this trend, and that would be certainly the hope to keep these trends going downward. You know, on the horizon, You know, I can't think of something off the top of my head. That would really sparked the spurt. The surge the way we saw after the holidays, and that I think is what is attributed to that huge Spike that we saw in January. You know, the Thanksgiving and Christmas and households coming together and people being indoors? Wouldn't you know family members, but not members of their households have taken off their masks These kinds of things That's what I thought to have really sparked that surge in January. And so you know where, obviously out of that season now, so hopefully these trends continue downward. And you know, there's also the good news here too, is you know what we didn't have? Heading into the fall and early part of the winter was the vaccinations and, you know, right now 12% of the country is now vaccinated in some form. At least 12% of the country's received one dose on Lee 4% of actually gotten through the full regimen of both doses, but Even after one dose of the visor or Madonna vaccine. You get some protection, so that could also be playing a small role in this? Yeah. And here in the next couple of weeks, I think we're gonna have Johnson and Johnson come online Mark and you know that's the one shot, so that will only be the one I understand. The efficacy is a lower percentage than what the Madonna and the Fizer offering. But then again, it's the one shot as opposed to the second and so on The other stuff, too, that I was thinking that, you know, let's kind of I don't know in tandem with the case numbers dropping in the good news and so on. Is, you know, I saw this last week and I notice them really doesn't have anything to do with your report. But, you know, buffets, salad bars they're talking about, you know, getting those reopened now they've been given the all clear people are being allowed back in the hospital rooms, you know, like they're allowed to have one person. Chicago restaurants. We were just reading. Mayor Lightfoot was saying they're beginning to increase patrons occupancy there. I mean, there's all of these indications that in tandem with what you're reporting, it looks like everything is moving the correct direction and I know a lot of people. You know, we're all suffering with covert fatigue. And this is all very good news. No question. Yeah, it is good news, and hopefully this continues. As I said, going forward, You know you You mentioned the Johnson and Johnson vaccine And, you know, later this month, the Independent Review board for the FDA is going to be looking at that. And if all goes to track on that, then yes. That could come online. Very soon within. Maybe the next, you know, week to two weeks or so. I think that hearing is on February 25th or 26 s O. That could come very soon, which would be very helpful and it may not help the case numbers as much because, as you said, the efficacy is lower, but what it can do, is it it does appear to be pretty effective in preventing severe illnesses. On and severe cases of covert 19, which would reduce the strain on hospitals reduce the hospitalizations potentially obviously prevent death for many people, and so it may not prevent people from getting cove it, But at least it'll prevent them from ending up in the hospital in a lot of cases and things like that, so that is also very welcomed. In all of this, Even if it's not directly, you know, it has efficacy to prevent covert. But again, even if it's just preventing severe cases in a lot of these things that takes a lot of the strain off the health care system in hospital network and, of course, can prevent You know, higher death tolls. Potentially. Yeah, And if you'll remember right at the very beginning of this, That's what a lot of the governor's all across the United States were preaching. Hey, we just, You know, we make need to make sure that we're not overwhelming the health care system. And certainly that is a That would be a huge goal achieved with the Johnson and Johnson again. That was at the very beginning. I remember those were the kind of the goals you know, as we started out just for three weeks on here we are over a year later, man, though, Yeah, Yeah, absolutely. It's important, not strain the hospital system. And you know, governors were really concerned about about that, you know? The packing these hospitals not having up ventilators and things like that. That was a big concern. Now, back in the spring. I do remember that Mark Remillard ABC News, Thanks for the very latest appreciate it. You bet. Thanks, Mark. Yeah? Yeah. And when you think back to that time, First of all, it seems for me. It feels like 20 years ago. Not even a year. I know isn't that crazy? Feels like so long ago is in March, 5th. That the Arnold got canceled. Yeah. You know what? You're really good at remembering that stuff, so I would I would trust you on that guess because I'm the I'm the white kid. Remember what had for dinner on Sunday night? I remember it was a Tuesday afternoon. That's all I remember. Is that first I think it was the first Tuesday in March. For some reason. I just got that stuck in my head. You see how these things are building up? We're building a list now of things that it's moving the correct direction. And look, I know there might still be some pessimistic people at this point with the fatigue and we talk about it all the time, dude, all I'm trying to do Is Maybe just a little sliver of hope is like that. Maybe we're turning her that sliver I'm done with all this negative stuff where I'm positive minded now. I'm not going to add any more negativity out in the universe. This is coming to an end. It's going to be over with. I don't care what the fear mongers say The governor's the wine with the several variants and, Yeah, you know, I don't care about what? Anybody who would be pessimistic in any way, shape or form has to say I am celebrating the fact that with it I want I would like to believe I will be at Yeah. I'm going to start to say I will be at a full Cleveland Brown stadium. This fall winter Cheering on the Browns as they can make their first legitimate Super Bowl run in 30 some here, so do you predict that it will be weak one that that happens? I don't know about week one, I think would be closer towards the end of the season. But I think they'll say you know what? Go right ahead. And you know of anybody scared? I I certainly won't take your ticket..
"february, 25th" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Trending Now. On news radio 8 30 K. H B h I'm Roger Mari. Hawaii. Senator Brian Shots is saying he will vote to convict former President Donald Trump at the conclusion of this second impeachment trial. Shots took to Twitter, saying the first priority of a president is to keep Americans safe, he added. When protesters stormed the U. S Capitol building, Trump did not deploy the National Guard to put an ent it. There's a possibility Trump's Senate impeachment trial could and Saturday Why health officials today reported one new coronavirus related death and 70 new infections, pushing the total number of cases since the pandemic began to 26,743 cases. The death toll in Hawaii now stands at 425. Despite a push to ease Cupid restrictions, Honolulu Mayor Rick Bland Jordy announced today he's keeping the existing tiered reopening structure through at least mid marsh. That means a while who will remain interior too likely through February, 25th. Under the plan In order to move into Tier three, the seven day average of total new cases reported on Oahu with need to be between 20 and 49. The positivity rate between 1% and 2.49%. The National Weather Service has issued a high surf warning until 6 p.m. Saturday for the north and west shores of all islands. Waves are forecast to build 2 25 to 35 ft along north facing shores with surf of 22 2 26 ft for West chores. Anyone going to the beach in the High Surf.
"february, 25th" Discussed on KTRH
"The number of covert cases in Harris County, dropping sharply yesterday, The Harris County Health Department announcing a seven day average of 965 70 average has been over 1000 since December and was a 24 100 just last week. Ktrh News Time is down 12 03. The rioters were acting at the president's urging that argument made by House Democrats of the third day of the impeachment trial of former president Trump Flexitarian. Halpern has more from D C. Lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin completed the House Democrats presentation by telling senators to apply common sense to the facts presented. Why did President Trump Do nothing to stop the attack for at least two hours After the attack began, Democrats argued rioters breached the capital, believing they were acting on the president's orders with slogans like Stop the Steal and Fight like Hell. Trump's legal team begins presenting its case Friday expected to challenge the constitutionality of a trial of a former official. In arguing the house through no link between the rioters in the former president on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, three potential flag designs for the city of Galveston will soon be up for a vote. All three designs met the Galveston Cultural Arts commissions, criteria of being easy to identify related to the island culture and simple enough for a child to draw. City Council will vote on the final design February 25th and sports. You could make it four losses in a row for the struggling Houston Rockets as they fall to the heated, Toyota said her final score You heard in here last night, one of 1 to 94. The Rockets travel to New York to take on the Knicks Saturday night. That game will also be right here on Katie our age. Susan demanded ktrh dot com Our next updates and 12 30 with.
"february, 25th" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"20 years, and that number again is 800 to 89 26 46. Don't forget to tell a baboon gave you Oh, the biggest stories on the South Coast from the WB, sm standard Marine True value newsroom this'll he's w B S M news. Across Massachusetts people are scrambling to sign up for so called companion appointments for the coronavirus shot yesterday, Governor Charlie Baker said people who accompany those 75 older to their vax appointments at the big sites such as Gillette can get their shots as well. Ads are popping up on Craigslist and read it with people offering to pay to transport senior citizens too. Get their shots. Meanwhile, teachers are not so happy. They are still lower on the priority list. In another change sites with extra doses at the end of the day, are now allowed to inject them into the arms of residents who are not yet eligible. The state is currently getting around 103 doses per week. The Baker administration has been criticized because some of those shots are going toe waste. Once the shots have been thought they cannot be refrozen. People who are interested in South Coast rail as it impacts Fall River are invited to attend a virtual meeting. It will be held February 25th at six PM Topics will include the Fall River Depot Station and the Weaver's Cove Layover facility. You can find the link on WBS m dot com. Governor Charlie Baker's undersecretary for climate change, has resigned. David is May had come under fire for remarks he made last month at a Vermont Climate Council meeting is May reportedly said the state needs to quote turn the screws on ordinary people to reduce carbon emissions, and to quote break their will. So they stopped emitting. When his remarks came to light, a group of state Reps said is they should step down. File this under things you didn't know you needed a line of cannabis infused Seltzer's are launching in Massachusetts. Livia is based in Georgetown. They're offering 12 ounce cans, each infused with 5 mg of THC. Zero calories and zero sugar. They'll offer flavors such as raspberry lime lemon Lyman jam, the cans will go for around seven bucks apiece. When they're approved, you'll be able to get them at a dispensary. In sports. The Celtics host The Raptor Tonight A T D garden there, 12 and 11. After lost Tuesday at Utah, the Bruins meets the Rangers again tomorrow at Madison Square Garden last night. Boston won in overtime and in baseball Red Sox legend Billy Chemically Arrow, has died. He died of a heart attack yesterday at his home in Beverly at the age of 73 mix of sun and clouds outside this afternoon, a chilly day out there with high temperatures only in the low thirties. We continue to see clearing conditions overnight in those temps will drop down to the.
"february, 25th" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The biggest stories on the South Coast from the WB GSM Standard Marine True Value newsroom Here is Marissa Rez Face He's W. B. S. M news. People who are not 75 older are hustling to get the Corona virus vaccine. Yesterday, Governor Charlie Baker said. Those who accompanies senior citizens to get their backs appointments can also get the shot. Now. Ads are reportedly popping up on Craigslist and read it with people offering to pay to give older people ride. The program was supposed to be targeted, too close caregivers. Also now the state says healthcare workers could give shots to those who are not eligible at the end of the day. If vaccine doses air left over long lines formed yesterday at a mass vaccination site, and Danvers, the state is currently getting around 103,000 doses per week. Once they've been on frozen, they cannot be frozen again. Fall River man who allegedly drove without a license, had a gun in his car and refused to identify himself to police faces charges. Early today, a trooper tried to stop a Honda on Middle Street, but the car took off and finally stopped on Third Street. Lease. A 27 year old genera. Sam Breath refused to give his name. They say it turns out he did not have a license but did have a loaded handgun. Sam Roth was placed under arrest. People who are interested in South Coast rail as it impacts Fall River are invited to attend a virtual meeting. It will be held February 25th at six PM Topics will include the Fall River Depot Station and the Weaver's Cove Layover facility. You can find the link to sign up on WBS m dot com. At least a half dozen new pirate skeletons have been discovered from the widow shipwreck off Cape Cod. The widow Pirate Museum, shared the news yesterday that boat went down off the coast of Wellfleet in 17 17. The remains will be examined by a team of archaeologists, including very Clifford, who first discovered the shipwreck in 1984. Hope is that technology can identify the pirates to potentially alert any living descendants. Senate Committee has approved Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be the nation's next labor secretary. The vote by the health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee was 18 to 4 while sailed through his confirmation hearing. He still needs to be okayed by the full Senate. In sports. The Celtics host the Raptor Tonight T D Garden there, 12 and 11 After Lost Tuesday, Utah, the Bruins meet the Rangers again tomorrow at Madison Square.
"february, 25th" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Registered broker, dealer and investment adviser member s I. P. C. The Illinois Department of Public Health says the new South African variant of the Corona virus has been identified in Illinois 22 cases of the UK Varian have been confirmed in the state. The new variants can spread more quickly than other strains in Illinois today, the state announcing 2838 new coronavirus cases and 102 additional death. The state positivity rate is 3.3%. Another mass vaccination site opened in Cook County and South Holland. Today appointment could be made on the Cook County Health Department website for those in groups, one A. And one B. The Cook County Department of Public Health says it's also distributed vaccines to more than 100 partner locations, including Jule Mariano's Walgreens, as well as health centers and hospitals. Governor Pritzker touting the vaccination rollout program in Illinois. Today, he visited vaccination site in Elgin. Although Illinois is the sixth largest state in the country, we have now administered the fifth. Most vaccinations among all of the states on Wednesday over 63,000 vaccinations were administered on Wednesday. The announcement comes a Chicago and Cook County announced they will not expand vaccine eligibility due to a lack of vaccine. The state is allowing those own under the age of 65, with pre existing conditions to be part of phase one be beginning February 25th House managers continue to make their case to senators today in the second impeachment trial of former President Trump Today the manager's air highlighting how they believe Trump intended to send his supporters to the capital to derail the certification of the electoral College vote on January 6th. But ABC is Rachel Scott says it's possible not enough Republicans will vote to convict the president. We're also keeping her eyes on Republican leadership, notably Mitch McConnell. He had his hands cross. He was stoic. During these presentations, really listening intently. House impeachment managers aid to them have said that they believe that.
Chicago begins return to classrooms after bitter union fight
"Teachers teachers to to in in person person learning. learning. More More from from WGN's WGN's Glenn Glenn Marshall. Marshall. More than 70,000 students will really turn into the classroom. Here's a look at that schedule that you could see pretty Kate in cluster students were overturned today. Then kindergarten to fifth grade staff will return February 22nd with those students coming back on March 1st. After that, six through eight grade staff will return to the building on March 1st with those students coming back March 8 Now this comes after Chicago teachers union reached a deal with more than 13,000 teachers voting in favor of the return. Into the classroom. You know what that agreement teachers will now have accommodations made for those who have medically vulnerable family members in the household. They will also be able to receive vaccinations mayor like But as a planned appearance today, and William H. Brown school in the West Loop, she'll take a tour to check out the progress of the in person learning more. Illinois residents will soon be able to get a covert 19 vaccine starting February, 25th.
Illinois Residents Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine Expanded
"Would soon be eligible to get a covert 19 vaccine starting February. 25th people who are younger than 65, with underlying conditions will be eligible under the current phase one B. This includes those with cancer, chronic kidney disease, diabetes and heart conditions. People with disabilities will also be prioritized. This expansion comes a bit increasing vaccine supply.
New York City Public Middle School Applications To Launch This Week Under New No-Screening Policy
"Public school families now have more time to submit middle school applications. The Department of Education is extending the deadline to February. 23rd. The city says families that have already submitted applications will be allowed to make changes through the 23rd. And as you've been hearing on W. On my see the city's public middle schools will resume in person learning on February 25th.
Indoor Dining Can Begin in New York City This Friday, In-Person Learning to Begin February 25
"Has just announced that 25% indoor dining will return to New York City on Friday. That's two days before the previously announced start on Valentine's Day, where DiBlasio says middle schools will reopen to in person learning in 17 days for our Children in the middle grades, grades 68. You are coming back to school in person for all who were signed up for in person education. It's going to start up again Thursday, February 25th and glassy, announcing today that Citi Field will become a mega vaccination side day after tomorrow. The site will be open to all Queens residents. But people from the other four boroughs will have to be TLC drivers or food delivery people to make a vaccination appoint workers from all over the five boroughs. Can go to a city field for appointments and, of course, again a preference and focus on the people of Queens to make sure we reached deep into that burrow that was hit so hard and vaccination sites that had to close yesterday because of the snow are back up and running today in New
Dallas Stars Fall To Lightning 5-2 In Game 3 Of Stanley Cup Final
"The return of the captain guides the ship for the Tampa Bay Lightning, giving Doc Emmerich on NBC Sports Networks. Steven Stamkos finds the back of the net in the first Period, scoring in his first game for the Lightning since February. 25th as Tampa Bay tops the Dallas Stars 5 to 2 Wednesday to take Game three of the Stanley Cup final. Nikita Kucherov, Andre Palat, Brayden point and Victor Hedman also getting in on the scoring for the Lightning, who now have a 2 to 1. Serious edge over the Stars. Game four coming up on Friday.
Dallas Stars Fall To Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2 In Game 3 Of Stanley Cup Final
"The net in the first period, scoring in his first game for the Lightning since February. 25th as Tampa Bay tops the Dallas Stars 5 to 2 Wednesday to take Game three of the Stanley Cup final. Nikita Kucherov, Andre Palat, Brayden point and Victor Hedman also getting in on the scoring for the Lightning, who now have a 2 to 1. Serious edge over the Stars. Game four coming up on Friday. Man Napolitano,
Anonymous Powerball winner plans to donate portion of $559 million jackpot to charity
"Kenzi crowe a junior from durham north carolina died february 25th a day after complaining to friends that she wasn't feeling well police say they don't it the dealt suspect foul play but they need the cook county medical examiner's office to establish the cause and manner of death five hundred bucks for free at a casino well it's happening for some casino workers in indiana who's your park racing in casino in anderson announced the bonus today as a result of changes in federal tax law jim brown the president of centaur gaming says all employees will qualify he calls it a bet on america and we're just under a half hour away from a powerball drawing worth an estimated jackpot of three hundred forty eight million dollars the winner of a previous jackpot has announced he'll donate a big chunk of it to charity that winner claimed a five hundred fifty nine point seven milliondollar prize in new hampshire through a trust the lump sum option that they took was two hundred sixty four million dollars of sports traffic and weather up next on wgn did you know that excessive speed is a leading cause of snowmobile crashes sure burst of sneak thrilling but don't put yourself in danger keep your sweden reasonable for.
As thousands of cheerleaders exposed, what to know about the mumps
"Okay it will help to have that report sometime in the future i guess but let's move on to another news story this afternoon participants at a national cheerleading competition might have left with more cause for concern that reason to cheer vicky from thirty nine states in nine countries twenty three thousand enthusiastic competitors in the national cheerleaders association allstar national championship now the texas department of health says one person came to dallas with mumps and may have exposed the cheerleaders their parents and coaches to the virus he event ended on february 25th but the swollen jaw the aches and fever that come with mumps might not show up for twenty five days in an infected person jim ryan abc news dallas let's check your drive down with larry lewis live from.