35 Burst results for "Fifty Eight Degrees"
Finally, a Room-Temperature Superconductor
"Not Exactly, the revolution that would result if we achieved cold fusion, but it is notable that room temperature superconductivity has been achieved for the first time quoting MIT technology review room temperature superconductors, materials that conduct electricity zero resistance without needing special cooling are the sort of technological miracle that could up end daily life. They could revolutionize the electric grid and enable levitating trains among many other potential applications but until now, superconductors have had to be cool to extremely. Low temperatures which has restricted them to use as a niche technology. I'll be an important one for decades. It seemed that room temperature superconductivity might be out of reach forever. But in the last five years, a few research groups around the world have been engaged in a race to attain it in the lab and one of them just one in a paper published today in nature researchers report achieving real temperature supercar activity in a compound containing hydrogen sulfur. And Carbon at temperatures as high as fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit thirteen point three Celsius or two, hundred, Eighty, seven, point seven Kelvin the previous highest temperature had been two hundred and Sixty Kelvin or degrees Fahrenheit that she'd by a rival group at George Washington University and the Carnegie Institution in Washington DC and twenty eighteen another group at the Planck Institute for Chemistry, in Germany, achieved two hundred and fifty degrees Kelvin or negative nine point seven degrees Fahrenheit at. Around the same time like the previous records, the new record was attained under extremely high pressures roughly two and a half million times greater than that of the air we breathe. It's a landmark says Jose Flora's leave us a computational physicist at the sappy Enza University of Rome who creates models that explain high temperature superconductivity and was not directly involved in the work. The ways in which electric is generated transmitted and distributed could be fundamentally transformed by cheap and. Effective temperature superconductors bigger than a few millions of a meter about five percent of the electricity generated in the United States is lost in transmission and distribution according to the Energy Information Administration, eliminating this loss would for starters, save billions of dollars and have a significant climate impact. But room temperature superconductors wouldn't just change the system we have. They enable a whole new system transformers which are crucial to the electric grid could be made smaller cheaper and more. Efficient. So to could electric motors and generators superconducting energy storage is currently used to smooth out short term fluctuations in the electric grid but it's still remains relatively niche because it takes a lot of energy to keep superconductors cold room temperature superconductors. Especially, if they could be engineered to stand strong magnetic fields might serve as very efficient ways to store large amounts of energy for longer periods of time making renewable but intermittent energy sources like wind turbines or. Solar cells more effective, and because flowing electricity crates, magnetic fields superconductors can also be used to create powerful magnets for applications as diverse as MRI machines and levitating trains. Superconductors are of great potential importance to the nascent field of quantum computing as well. Superconducting cubits are already the basis of some of the world's most powerful quantum computers being able to make such. Cubans without having to cool them down would not only make computers simpler smaller and cheaper but. Could lead to more rapid progress in creating systems of many cubits depending on the exact properties of the superconductors that are created it remains to be seen whether scientists can devise stable compounds that are superconducting not only at ambient temperature, but also at ambient pressure. But the researchers are optimistic. They conclude their paper with this tantalizing claim quote, a robust resume temperature superconducting material that will transform the energy economy quantum information processing, and sensing may be achievable and quote.
Miami - DeSantis plays down Florida's rise in cases
"A scam police want you to be aware of if you're trying to collect unemployment stand later we'll have that story and how does the U. S. stay ahead of China her Darling reports on that those stories and more coming up after fox news on ninety three W. why BC W. Y. B. C. H. T. one Indianapolis and it's now seven o'clock Senate Republicans are ready hi Dave Anthony fox news output for their policing reform plan the day after president trump's executive order we must improve accountability increased transparency and invest more resources in police training recruiting and community engagement let's look rats were critical congressman James Clyburn told fox to move and does not go far enough they may advance their bill and a house committee today after the Senate legislation is unveiled fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live did the Republican crafted justice act would encourage police departments to eliminate chokeholds it also includes a tracking mechanism for use of force and no knock warrants GOP senator Tim Scott says his bill has most of what Democrats want but draws the line ending qualified immunity which protects officers from civil lawsuits for using pills in their legislation and that's why Mitch McConnell said it's a nonstarter for those poison pills the Republican bill also links federal funding to increase use of body cameras they've raised a little more protests overnight in the Richmond Virginia they took down another Confederate statue Florida's Republican governor understand this is downplaying a spike in new coronavirus cases that's led to some bars and restaurants to close in Jacksonville beach is not interested in pausing re opening statewide rejecting calls for making masks in public mandatory Florida had more than twenty seven hundred new cases Tuesday its largest one day increase since the pandemic began Arizona's ICU capacity is it more than eighty percent while in Texas covert hospitalizations reached an all time high this week fox's Casey Stengel Connecticut is you know virus declines with moving forward today with more re openings people great restaurants going to bowling alleys movie theaters not everyone though he's saying they're ready to go back inside died in prison America is listening to fox news W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go Wednesday morning violent morning a mostly sunny sky fifty eight degrees in the circle city eighty seven is the high today I'm John Herrick for golden oak lending here's what's trending at seven OO to seven people shot two killed all within the span of a few hours two people were killed on Bolton Avenue it all started around one twenty this morning police responded after a car driving southbound on boards and ran off the road and came to a stop in someone's backyard inside that car police found the two victims that we know about with gunshot wounds both of those men are dead the reason police believe there may be a third victim is that they found a blood trail from that car leaving the scene so they're working to see if they can follow that to
Boston - A dry but cool week ahead
"You joining us now with a look at the forecast for the work week here's Dave Samuel we've got some rain out there pretty cool too yeah really cool weather temperatures in the fifties and some rain a little bit of a breeze so kind of an ugly start to our work week but this is probably it after the rain this week we'll see drier conditions as high pressure builds in but we will have a couple cool days to get through today's high fifty eight degrees along the coast sixties expected and one and it will be breezy out there this rain we have now should come to an end shortly brisket chili tonight will forty six only upper fifties for highs tomorrow and Wednesday but both days will have some sunshine although it will be breezy Thursday looks milder with a high of sixty nine that well into the seventies front it'll look more for the holiday
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"A doubling of tracing that he says will be key to re opening New Jersey about one hundred children in New York are now suspected of having a rare illness links to go over nineteen governor Cuomo says health officials are investigating Dr Anthony Balaji warned the Senate during a hearing today that re opening states too soon is risky this report to base the ability to subpoena president trump's tax records and Connecticut's governor has fired his public health commissioner fifty eight degrees in Manhattan more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight it's five o'clock B. C. B. S. news on the hour your home for a regional reporting I'm Pam Coulter in Washington a Senate panel today put the government's response to the corona virus pandemic under the microscope CBS is Natalie brand reports Dr Anthony found she warned that states re opening prematurely run the risk of doing more harm than good the only leading to some suffering and death it could be avoided but could even set you back on the road to trying to get economic recovery and Dr Fauci says vaccine trials are progressing at a rapid pace the phase one will directly go to phase two three and if we are successful we hope to know that in the late fall and early winter Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill in another telephone conference Supreme Court justices today heard arguments on whether Congress and criminal prosecutors can get access to president trump's tax returns CBS's Stephen Portnoy has that story trump attorney Patrick Strawbridge argued it's clear the house off the president's tax returns and business records without any designs on passing a new law the score is always required some showing that the information being sought is pertinent the Chief Justice John Roberts asked the court to be probing the mental process sees other legislators justices across the spectrum asked whether there should be any limits on congressional subpoenas liberal Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted SDKs for legislation Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington.
Earth just had its hottest decade on record
"The world got a lot warmer last year all continents had a record high average land temperatures ABC's UT harden has more the average temperature in the past decade was over fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit that's nearly one and a half degrees higher than the twentieth century average according to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration December two thousand nineteen was the earth second hottest on record after December two thousand fifteen polar sea ice continue to melt the arctic and Antarctic oceans showing the smallest average annual sea ice coverage between nineteen seventy nine and two thousand nineteen at oceans taking the fronts is he content the highest ever recorded the world's five warmest years have all occurred since two thousand fifteen Nissan
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty eight degrees in Boston at nine o'clock good evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening more charges are filed against the man accused of opening fire inside a church in Pelham New Hampshire Dale Holloway is now charged with attempted murder and being a convicted felon in possession of a fire arm WBZ's James row Haas has more thirty seven year old Dale Holloway is expected to be arraigned in court Tuesday he's accused of opening fire inside the New England Pentecostal church the sixty year old bride and bishop or hit the sixty year old groom was also struck in the head by an object Holloway then tackled and subdued by others in the church now two weeks ago Holloway's stepfather a referendum was shot and killed the person who allegedly did it is a twenty four year old man who is in jail right now now that murder suspect's father was the groom in Saturday's wedding the funeral for Holloway's stepfather was supposed to take place at the same church the same day an official motive has not been announced in Pelham New Hampshire James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio CBS news confirms the US was on able to transfer about sixty high value Islamic state detainees from Kurdish Ron wartime prisons before American forces began withdrawing from northern Syria last week and now defense secretary mark asper says the trump administration is preparing to evacuate the nearly one thousand remaining U. S. troops from the area Turkey Turkey meanwhile is expanding its offensive which it began soon after president trump's initial decision to withdraw from northern Syria rescue crews in north New Orleans spent the day searching for a missing worker after hotel under construction collapsed at least two people died when part of the hard rock hotel came crashing down yesterday CBS's Meg Oliver has the very latest disaster happened in a busy part of downtown New Orleans on the edge of the French more than one hundred workers run site Saturday as rescue efforts continue officials.
Jurassic Park, Nolan And Apollo discussed on Mike McConnell
"These tardigrades are so small they're under a millimeter in size they've been dehydrated and placed in suspended animation in case it implies that they're a case of this a proxy of artificial amber I like Jurassic Park will they have the mosquito Nolan and they should be revival of the future now there is they don't represent the first genetic code or life form to be left on the moon know that they're not the first back when the Apollo missions were going on in the sixties and seventies those missions level DNA and microbes contained in almost one hundred bag of human feces and urine you know just in case anybody want to know what we were full of back in the sixties and seventies anyway the these the these tardigrades they're also known as water bears are piglets they can live in water or on land they are capable of surviving temperatures as high as three hundred and two degrees Fahrenheit and as low as minus four hundred and fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit so anyway everybody's excited in the the NASA program in other space programs around the world if you can't find life on the moon bring some life up there with you or by the way when you're done flush the
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Napa, and fifty eight degrees on the bark Darrow in San Francisco. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on KCBS congratulations to the case CBS afternoon news team. We want to give you the very latest information. On this fire winner of a prestigious national Edward r Murrow award for best newscasts several hundred structures that have been destroyed in that fire, and they could be upward of thousand structures. Proud to be the bay area's most decorated news station KCBS is ten twenty Google likes to do things in a big way, in KCBS, as my Cole says that applies to solutions to the bay area's housing crunch. The search giant, one of the bay area's largest employers is announcing that it plans to invest a billion dollars to build twenty thousand homes in the bay area. Jeffrey Buchanan is with working for the ship's USA a labor back community organizing group in San Jose. It's a big step. This is among the first time we've seen a giant tech company like Google acknowledged that they have a responsibility, and that they've played a role in the bay area's enormous housing crisis at a tweet governor sim city hopes. Google's action inspires other companies to do the same Buchanan echo. Those same sentiments. This is really a kind of norm setting moment will others in the technology industry. Follow that's, that's really the big question. And it's, it's an important moment that Google's taking this step. Why Colgan KCBS rideshare, companies, such as Uber and lift who were designed to ease traffic congestion by putting passengers together and getting more cars off the road and argument can be made? However, that the reverse has happened Hoover, and lift vehicles, or clogging, our streets. Breaking traffic laws blocking traffic lane slowing the flow during commute. Hours New York City is leading the way in regulating rights service, companies it has extended a ban on new driver registrations marriage. Oh, she is a visiting scholar at NYU's Rudin center for transportation policy. She's also a former chair, and CEO of the NYC taxi and limo commission.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Foggy and fifty eight degrees up in my planes, right now later today, getting up to about seventy four degrees, and they say the winds will be kicking up. But at this point. Wins relatively light up there three to seven miles per hour at the most. The least CBS news time, four three students. Teachers and staff were held for about an hour and a half after school yesterday at Tamakwe elementary over in Westfield New Jersey Union County because police say there was a man with a gun in extra bullets outside in his car in the schools parking lot was police say Delaware state police, call them about this round three fifty yesterday afternoon to tell them that they were looking for the man and said he may be on the school grounds, while officers went and said he was in his car and they took him into custody. While Tamakwe Salem interview was placed on lock down for over an hour while they checked to make sure everything was okay and save police, not saying why the man was at the school, how Delaware state police new or who the guy is but he's in custody and nobody was hurt. There's a last minute push in Albany now for a state lawmakers to change the way students are tested to get in a New York City specialized high schools, right now, the sole determining factor for admission into one of the city's eight elite public high schools is the specialized high school admissions test, or S, H, SAT, mayor de Blasios wants to dump that test, because he says that has led to a significant lack of diversity at those elite public high schools, but to get rid of the test the mayor needs the state legislature to pass a measure. It's funny. Say December the education committee chair in Bronx, democrat, Michael Benedetto, says opinions on whether to get rid of the H SAT is split in his committee at for the changes happen. The measure would need to go through the entire legislative process from a vote in the committee, all the way to governor Cuomo's desk, all before the legislative session, ends, this upcoming Wednesday will. You can get one. If I was betting. I would bet that it doesn't get all the way to the mic smells to NewsRadio eighty actor Cuba Gooding junior. Well, he's do back in a Manhattan courtroom in two weeks after he was arraigned last evening, accused of filling up a woman this past Sunday at a midtown rooftop bar. He went in the kademi ward,.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty eight degrees with mostly cloudy skies at eight o'clock on this Thursday night, I'm Jim McKay. And here's what's happening on WBZ. President Trump rolling out his plans today to reform the way the United States looks at immigration under his administration. Speaking from the rose garden, at the White House. Our proposal is pro American pro emigrant, and pro worker. It's just common sense. And the president saying that the United States is looking to move towards a merit based immigration system, giving a preference to highly skilled, and educated migrants. The White House is also saying the new plan does not address the situation with dreamers millions of young men and women who were brought into the country illegally as children Democrats on Capitol Hill said they were not consulted with the plan when asked about it today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi saying any legislation that looks like that will be dead on arrival if. It gets to congress that a death investigation tonight in Madam pan after a woman was found in the street suffering from head trauma, and was pronounced dead at the scene. Boston police saying the first call. They received of the incident came through fire and EMS. But they're unclear what caused the woman's injuries and they're looking for witnesses who may have seen anything earlier today. It happened around three PM this afternoon, and hiawatha and fought Lawler roads. In Madam Penn? There are few details outside of that as we're working to get more information here on WBZ a court appearance for a teacher and south bridge, who's being accused of placing ammunition on the ground inside of his own school. WBZ TV's Bill shields with more dropped a live bullet in a stairwell. He south.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Fifty eight degrees, mostly sunny. I'm Sara Lee Kessler with the story. She'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC a shocking murder in wealthy suburb Greenwich, Connecticut. The body of a woman eighteen to thirty years old found fifteen feet from Glenville road near Stillman lane at eight fifteen this morning police calling it a homicide. She was tied up the Fairfield county medical examiner will determine how she died. A federal judge is planning to tour of federal lockup in Brooklyn were a week long power outage left inmates and guards huddling in the dark under towels for a week trying to keep warm that outage blamed on an electrical fire judge Annalisa tourists special tour at the metropolitan detention center, following the hearing protesters want answers action should be taken against the people who are responsible. President Trump is putting the finishing touches on tonight's state of the us. Union address immigration and border security, the big issues White House strategic communication stretcher. Mercedes slap says the president could declare a national emergency over border security tonight, if he chooses congress to finish this job hand, but the president is looking at other options and has the legal authority to do. So a sixth grader from Delaware. Joshua Trump who's been bullied for having the same last name as the president will be among the president's guests at a state of the union address deliberations are continuing in El Chapo, special drug conspiracy trial in Brooklyn. The jury got the case yesterday following eleven weeks of testimony the reputed Mexican drug Lord faces life without parole. If convicted on Wall Street, the Dow up eighty points, the NASDAQ up nineteen the SNP up one point in sports. The Knicks host the pistons the islanders are Boston. The.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Fifty eight degrees at ten zero three I'm fairly Friday on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. A terrible man has admitted to being the driver of an SUV in a wrong way. Drunk driving accident that killed a man KRLD's LP Phillips reports the accident happened near forty last may on may twenty ninth of phones at the police departments started lighting up with reports of an erotic driver before the cops could find the SUV Kyle Lee Bradshaw had taken a wrong turn and was going east in the westbound lanes of US eighty he ran square into a motorcycle the bike exploded into flames. Fifty-seven-year-old Gary Thorpe of garland was killed Bradshaw. Was arrested for intoxication manslaughter in a pretrial hearing Bradshaw has now pleaded guilty to manslaughter and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Court papers say he is to be sentenced to fifteen years in prison later this month. LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. A former combat medic is now helping soldiers. Combat PTSD Paulo bovi is one of the US army's first master resilience trainers. She now works at the American Red Cross in Fort Worth and heading back to Kuwait for a year to help teach soldiers coping, skills and stress management skills in hopes of decreasing the number of cases of PTSD. She says it's a labor of love scene. Close friends come back from the -pointment, and they're totally done, and it breaks, my heart. And if I can continue to help them through the American Red Cross, I'm all over it. It's I feel very strongly about the program and very passionate about the program. She says the resiliency programs are working, and she leaves Kuwait on January ninth net. Flicks is poised for even bigger growth in the new year more than that from CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks. Netflix shares skyrocketed after Goldman Sachs added the video stream or do what's conviction by? List of top rated stocks. The research note says Netflix is investment in content technology and distribution will continue to drive subscriber growth well above consensus expectations, both in the US and internationally. Netflix added nearly seven million domestic and international subscribers in the third quarter. Well, above Wall Street's expectations. Now for KRLD, traffic and.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Fifty eight degrees. Now in New York. We do have fog very low ceiling already heard about a helicopter that had to make an emergency landing at Canseco damn Valhalla because of low visibility at Westchester county airport. Fortunately, no, one hurt their to forty a WCBS the finger pointing continues as we head toward a likely. Government shutdown at midnight tonight. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer blames the president President Trump has thrown a temper tantrum, and now has careening towards a Trump shutdown over Christmas. But the president blamed Democrats for not joining Republicans in voting for money for the border wall. Mr. Trump is calling on Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to invoke the so-called nuclear option for the budget vote, which would require fifty one votes rather than sixty. I'm Steven Greenberg. Talking about your next job. Here's what employers say the best ways to turn that job interview into a job offer. I do your homework is the one comment that continued to hear from every employer. A job interview is not the place to learn the basics of the company interviews time for them to learn about you and how you can add value to their business so studying employer websites essential and check their Twitter accounts. Become a bit of a detective research, their top employees unlinked in you could learn a lot about the company from reading their job description. And sites like glassdoor and vault could offer additional information on many companies successful candidates are not just enthusiastic about getting hired. They're enthusiastic about how their skills are a great match for the employers specific job. It's a big difference. And the two most important words that candidate can use an interview are for example, general statements,.
Markelle Melinda, Maine And Austin discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"Apply to her a coalition of civil liberties and immigrant rights groups are demanding that federal agencies tassels reuniting asylum-seeking children with relatives. Immediately. Stop sharing information with immigration. Authorities your KLBJ. Radar weather watch mostly sunny. Fifty eight degrees in Maine are on our way up to a high of seventy. I'm John colleague get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. There live local, and they're talking about the stories that matter to you. Share your opinions with Markelle Melinda at five one two eight three six zero five ninety caller text now here are market Melinda. Can't wait to hear what the textures
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Number eight three three four six eight eight six six nine Nebraska is the site. John crane intoxicated threatening roommates this took place at five thirty in the morning. Because of course, it did this because his roommates messed with the thermostat. They they they thought it was too cold. So they raise the thermostat to which crane not Bob crane. John crane. He got angry. So he pulled out an axe threaten them told them to get out. And so he was arrested guys. I always thought that the conversation about the thermostat. You know, you've seen any television shows family guy. Did it everybody? Does. He don't touch the thermostat. I always thought that was a myth. I thought that was a meth because well don't you want to be comfortable in your house? Yes, you can put on a sweater. But the house should not be at fifty eight degrees is your house at fifty eight degrees. Really Ari producer Ari. No, no. No. No. No, no. I didn't know you could go after an absolute with an axe. And right now, there are people like my dad would done that touch thermostats kid. My dad would have totally done that. The data. Meet it's some total help a cry for help. Why weren't you there for them? My goodness. So much more to get to Johnny cats today. The podcast, Tony cats dot com. Go check it out. IPC mobile news on the level on the go. Rain expected in northern California could be both a helped in a detriment to firefighters battling the campfire thirty.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Fifty eight degrees in snow mountain. I'm lover Sheherazade. Here's what's happening CNN is calling the Whitehouse banning its reporter a threat to the nation's democracy. Brian shook has more White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced Wednesday evening that it was banning CNN's Jim Acosta because he placed his hands on a young female intern. She was trying to take his microphone away. CNN statement said Sanders lied and cited an incident that never happened. It said the country deserves better and a Kosta has the networks. Full support video of the exchange shows a cost that did not place his hands on the intern. Meanwhile, President Trump says he has never used a racist remark in a White House news conference yesterday Trump refuted allegations from his former lawyer Michael Cohen also had a test the exchange with the black reporter who asked if there is a link between nationalism white nationalism and hate crimes he said, that's such a racist. Question. Trump has been calling himself a Nash. List because he loves America. He also condemn hate crimes and says it's a problem that the US will solve well the race for Florida governor might be headed for a recall as of last night Republican Ron to Santa says lead over democrat. Andrew gillum had shrunk into point fifty seven point fifty being the threshold trigger and automatic recount votes are still being counted in the democratic stronghold of Broward County sports now Dez Bryant finally has a new home and an opportunity for revenge as well after the saints agreed to a one year contract with the former Cowboys all pro wide receiver. Brian has been a free agent since being released by Dallas in April and reportedly spurn a multi year offer from the ravens shortly after being cut, but agreed.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Fifty eight degrees. Talk radio twelve n w. We have word that a person was killed after being hit by a vehicle this happened outside. A polling place in Northampton county, Pennsylvania today police say that it was a horrible accident. It happened around eleven AM today outside the forks township municipal building, which was you know, which is being used as a polling place. So the driver of the minivan involved stopped at the scene. Do the right thing was released without any charges after being questioned we're told that did not interfere with people trying to vote or get in and out as police investigated outside. They have not yet released the name or identity of the person who was killed a New Jersey voters have been heading to the polls in full force today. And that's what we're hearing across our entire region. Reports of long lines at some locations and scattered problems with casting ballots. So in New Jersey, the reminding everybody you can call one eight seven seven nj voter call that number if you're having any. Problem or you need any assistance and in Pennsylvania. They're also reminding everybody, the polls are open 'til eight o'clock tonight. If you're in line before eight o'clock, you're going to be allowed to vote as long as you're in that line prior to eight PM and make sure you get your I voted sticker. You know, they give you the round sticker sticker. Yeah. Because you get freebies. Oh, nice like free cookies or places free beer, free Margaritas. Well, where so the national chains. I have. Yeah. Don't skip. The good stuff. Fair. Lady national chains are like seven eleven free Cup of coffee corner. Cafe bakery. Get to the beer get to the beer. Jersey. Mike's jars off for all, right? Where's the Margaritas? They're all like, the the the Margarita places. I have are free scoop ice cream at Ben and Jerry's and written house. I. Shocking. My resistance pecan crunch. Please get a free Escalona Margarita at Las blue bilious. Yes. South street. What is it? I don't know. It's be UGA. Boo. Gum bill. That's on south street. That's how strong it so free Escalante Margarita. But that's only if you have your sticker that says, okay? So we have your sticker the sticker you get like cafe life. Bake shower punch, a guy who has a sticker taking steps and get a free, Marguerite..
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Fifty eight degrees were on the way down to a cool. Forty five degrees overnight from the KYW twenty four hour traffic center this note for travelling out the exit area westbound thirty the bypass they're still having route one hundred two route two eighty two. It's all volume. We'll check in with Justin drop again just to get the very latest when we check in with him for traffic and transit on the twos. A Warminster township police department survey finds some pretty disturbing information. They've found that a swastika was painted inside a fenced the area Chinon doa woods the owned by the navy. They have no idea how somebody got in there. That place has been closed for over ten years. He's KYW's Kim Voss Jason Crawley vice chair of the township board of supervisors says the swastika is on a building inside the fenced in compound, but he's heard people can get in their reports. Stories that our people squatting and better, especially when the weather gets colder that people would go into these abandoned townhouses squatted their shelter township is not allowed in without navy approval. Croly is hoping this graffiti is not as sinister as it appears hope. Trying to get a rise outta people. He says it's especially offensive because of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre. Early says the township has asked the navy to remove the graffiti. And in the meantime, we just wanna make sure that everybody knows. This is reflective large community. Anyone with information on who? Did it is urged to call police, Kim, Glovas KYW NewsRadio. New Jersey Senator Corey Booker rather met with veterans and headline at a get out the vote rally at Rowan university today sounding very much like a candidate. Is we hear from KYW's David Madden? It's no secret. He's flirting with the twenty twenty presidential run. Although you insist he's nowhere close to making a decision that said he told some three hundred students sitting out the midterms is really not an option this time around. We have some people that have an attitude. They think that they're not voting because they're upset or not voting because they don't think makes a difference. I am sorry. Not voting is it an act of rebellion. It is an act of surrender. Hooker didn't mention anyone by name. But suggests that this is not a time to blame people for using inflammatory rhetoric in the name of partisanship, rather. He said it's time for all Americans to take responsibility for what they say and do and if people want real change starts within themselves glass borough David Madden KYW NewsRadio six.
Brett Kavanaugh: Republicans push for US Supreme Court vote
"For today. Friday, rain, more thunderstorms, as well again could be heavy at times with a high near sixty four tonight. It should be partly cloudy with a low of about fifty eight degrees. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Coming up after the news on the BBC World Service. It's HARDtalk with me.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifty eight degrees at eight o'clock cloudy this afternoon. Chance of rain tonight. Good morning. I'm Mike Bauer. Another woman has come forward to accuse supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual misconduct. Deborah Rodriguez tells the New Yorker the cavenaugh drunkenly exposed himself to her during a party at Yale Ronan Farrow wrote the story admits there were no witnesses. But tells good Morning America classmates found the allegations credible. We talked to a roommate from the at the time that was living with him when this alleged incident took place who said he was indeed frequently drunk that. He took part in activity that made him unsurprised by this claim they found this woman credible. Cavenaugh denies the allegations. And we'll have more with Len Berman Michael Riedel traffic is going to be a nightmare. This week security has been stepped up for the UN general assembly. Lots of barricade security guards police and those big black SUV's the shuttle world leaders around the. Usual gridlock on the east side of midtown during this general assembly in President Trump staying in Trump Tower, making a little more congestion deliveryman. Sammy knows it all too well, five lots, Dan blocks, you need sometime when they block the street an hour for that reason. I just came early before the big guys wake up. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O R A public listening sessions will be held in queens today on the idea to legalize marijuana. Governor Cuomo is expected to move to legalize pot. Next year sentencing gets underway today in Pennsylvania for Bill. Cosby Cosby sentencing hearing is scheduled for two full days. And during that time, it's expected that Cosby's main accuser Andrea Constand will testify as well as a member of the Pennsylvania sexual offenders Assessment Board, the once renowned comedian faces a very uncertain future. As the judge has a lot of leeway to decide Cosby sentence. And we could see anything from probation up to thirty years in prison. Mark Remillard, ABC news, Norristown, Pennsylvania and the men's lacrosse team. A Quinnipiac university has been suspended. Amid an investigation into alleged violations of student conduct. It's unclear exactly why. Or what caused the university to take action here at eight. Oh, two Bernie Sanders. Gotta look at your traffic.
Florence: At least twelve deaths reported as storm slogs across Carolinas
"Foty blame for a dozen deaths? Former hurricane now tropical storm Florence going. Nowhere with wins, a forty miles an hour. It is just dumping rain on much of north and South Carolina. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. Storm really is not moving and those bands of rain continues to fall over the same places. I'm Jim crystalline Fayetteville North Carolina. Thousands of people living near North Carolina's rising rivers were ordered evacuated as hurricane tropical storm Florence all. But parked itself over land in port on the rain one. Big concern the Cape fear river here in Fayetteville where Mitch Coleman is mayor. The worst is yet to come get to higher ground. Now. What's flood waters rise? It will be hard to come to your rescue. The US coastguard is using helicopters to lift scores of people from rooftops in swamped vehicles National Hurricane Center says Florence could dump as much as forty inches. Of rain along coastal areas of the Carolinas lesser amounts in south western
Steve, Allergic Reaction and Bonilla discussed on WIP Programming
"He hopes to be back with the team soon If you're lactose intolerant you'll. Want to check your fridge right. Now more. Than one hundred forty five thousand cartons have Bonilla almond breeze almond milk are being recalled because they might contain actual. Milk the recall affects half gallon cartons, with a? Used, by date of September second one person already had an allergic reaction and. Take a look at this. Alert from the CDC they say some. Stores are still selling Honey smacks even though the cereals been recalled. That have been even though the is that have been recalled over potential salmonella contamination you're being asked to report any boxes you. Still see on store shelves all right let's check back in with Steve a beautiful way to start the weekend after that chill we had earlier this week I, know, and it's a big weekend isn't. It yes all things going on and, it'd be nice if the. Weather would cooperate I think it's going to we've got some interesting numbers. For you let's take a look and see what's going on right now outside it's pretty much cloudy skies at this point. Temperatures sitting right around sixty five in Seattle with a northerly Win thirty point one, one on the barometer all right so let's get right to this this. Is what the high temperatures word today and we're going. To be pretty similar to that tomorrow the, clouds that we talked about being around in the morning well they, were a little bit. This morning but they left pretty quickly. And I think we're going to, have more of that kind of trend going forward so it's looking pretty. Good we look at something like this. It looks kinda threatening designate well it's not really what it's. Doing is it's helping us build up a nice big ridge of high. Pressure and when we get that going we have a better shot at getting you some sunshine for. You and, the clouds well they go away, a, lot more quickly so it's looking pretty good now here's a couple of other things we're watching you can see this. On the future and it kind of. Gives you an idea of where. The clouds. Are going to be in the morning first of all there won't be as many as what we had this morning. And as we go into the afternoon, and evening? Hours, we actually get more and more in the way of sunshine for you. Now we do pay a. Little bit of a price there'll be. Some showers up in the mountains but I don't think it's going. To impact all of the lowlands especially for everybody else it shouldn't be a big deal either so here's What we've got for you overnight temperatures are going to be around fifty eight degrees we'll have some. Clouds there so Blue Angel. Weather what's it going to be. Like get out of the. Out, on the tarmac and move on out there about say one PM it should be about seventy two degrees. A few clouds but a lot, of sunshine to is looking pretty good tomorrow's high temperature we're looking at seventy eight. Degrees, yeah I'll be back in a little, bit with the seven day. Outlook, is looking pretty good too so stay with. Us I'll be back in just a little bit back to you Steve thanks NASA has a brand new crew of astronauts today nine people were. Named for the, crew who ride the first commercial capsules into orbit gum next. Year these launches are in partnership with Boeing and SpaceX,.
For a Return to China, Google Is Said to Build a Censored Search Engine
"The right lane your next update to twenty eight on the traffic leader, KCBS cooler all the way. Around the. Bay we've got some more Greg in the mix, certainly along the, coastline as well those temperatures right now topping out in the, upper eighties, and we're, seeing upper. Fifties. Right along the coast live as we move into the evening hours look. For clear skies to become mostly cloudy overnight with patchy fog at near the coast it'll be breezy, overnight as well with those. Lows in the. Fifties and then tomorrow through Monday mostly cloudy mornings patchy fog of the coast sunny afternoons and temperatures in about the same bracket perhaps, just a. Little bit warmer back to the low nineties it's just fifty eight degrees in. San Francisco right now sixty three in downtown Oakland eighty. Nine in concord that's our warm spot seventy a Napa sixty eight and Hayward and eighty in San Jose we, have traffic. And weather together on the eight? Saw all these one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time to twenty one testimony continued today In the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort who's facing charges of Bank fraud tax. Evasion and conspiracy it is the first trial rising from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into potential ties between. Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and Russia CBS news Justice department correspondent Paula Reid has been following. The proceedings she joins us live on the KCBS ring central Newsline Paula thank you, so much for talking to us this afternoon what has the testimony today focused on Living at the judge. Is not rocket docket living up to that day and a half he has the jury he is heard opening arguments from both, sides and he is heard from nine different witnesses and the prosecution right now they're building their case they are putting eagle understand you can speak to exactly, how metaphor received tens of millions of dollars from Ukrainian politician he was lobbying on behalf of I've met how money. Came out of these offshore accounts where he received that money was allegedly. Laundered through, luxury purchases here in the United States with everything from. Me to twenty thousand dollar watches a code, fifteen thousand dollars, coat made of ostrich million dollar who not far from. The courthouse where we are right now Polo understand that the judge has lectured prosecutors about the use of the word oligarchy The judge has interjected himself on multiple occasions just for that but also to push back. Against the prosecution kind of leading boundaries for how are they can make this, argument, one, of the judges pumping refrain, Manafort Kinarti convicted for being associated with shady shady people sort, of sort of paraphrase nor can he be convicted for being a rich into topping his money around willy nilly has repeatedly Southie But, it is a style how he pushes along Maybe than usual for someone other federal bench, there? Was also some admonishment about rolling your eyes right Yeah so he's very sensitive rolling Any any common you see a string of people a signal to their client? Signals. That are reported in there Outraged and. They want that reaction to to be picked up on it and then written out some judges Not back in may the judge wanted to make the prosecutors very aware of the fact that this trial was not about President Trump not about, collusion and so forth is that coming across in the day to day interactions with prosecutors as well Day to. Day I think we need to go back I like you said to me Judge expressed skepticism about what our personal business dealings so being within. The scope and the story. Under special counsel's investigation at eruption metal at twenty sixteen campaign the judge went so far I think the. Special counsel is using Bank fraud charges. That, they don't really care about Stick it to metaphor pressured him to cooperate which is true that either prosecuted strategy. But ultimately the judge case what legitimate any had let this go forward but the president and his allies. They've tried to make a. Lot of the fact that the one point that hey is this special counsel that job Opole really quickly before we let you go how long, is this trial expected to. Last reasonably expected it. To, go about two weeks, he's not, sort for a taste, like this but he is. Living along at such a swift pace I could be concluded. Within that time I if they choose not to call witnesses or if they sort, of condense consolidate prosecution thanks for making some Tafer's Paula always appreciate it again that was Paula, Reid CBS news Justice department correspondent stocks closed the day broadly lower we have Jason Brooks at the super micro Intel money desk Google search engine may be, coming back to China after being gone for. Eight years the, intercept reports that Google is going to relaunch a censored version of search that, piecing Beijing the company, pulled the plug on its prior censored, version of search in two thousand ten after getting, hammered with criticism in, the US with members of congress. Calling Google a functionary of the Chinese government the report says the new version, is, code named Dragonfly and has been A development since early. Two, thousand seventeen Dragonfly will be an Android app but blocked websites not allowed by Chinese, censors Pandora shareholders are singing. A happy tune after. The, Oakland company beats second, quarter earnings, expectations under revenue gain, of more than two percent. To three hundred eighty five million dollars Pandora's stocks soared fourteen. Percent higher on that news today apple also a big winner on its earnings news, its stock rose six percent coming within ten billion dollars of hitting one trillion dollars market cap, the Dow lost eighty one points to twenty five thousand three hundred thirty three NASDAQ up thirty five points at seventy seven zero seven p down three points, at twenty eight thirteen on the MoneyWatch Jason. Brooks KCBS at, Walgreens we believe everyone counts and that includes your every Here comes the happily family pack the smartphones headphones tablets water snacks cooler sunscreen by skateboards games video sunglasses there's no room for people in here. Just still win out, on the most important thing Stick.
Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them grows
"To sip from starbucks new straws cop i'm corwin hake with the coffee chain's global transition voters in marysville are being asked to boost their sales tax i'm frank lenzi without that extra money would be spent let's check your drive this early monday morning our aaa traffic update with kierra jordan well we don't have any crashes or stalls reported to kick off the six o'clock hour but slow going northbound i five from highway sixteen to the tacoma dome and there were also finding off and on slowing between highway eighteen and kent des moines road heading in the southbound direction that's going to be busy on southbound i five between the boeing freeway and one hundred twenty eight you're finding some more delays as your protein alderwood area after that the drive from lynnwood to seattle that's take you about twenty minutes right now now we're finding some slowing on eastbound five twelve is you're pushing the fairgrounds in puyallup no big surprise there and then we have pockets of slowing on northbound one six seven around sumner into pacific again around highway eighteen and then as you're making your way from one hundred and eightieth to four zero five northbound four zero five now finding a lot of often on slowing as you work your way between talbot and northeast forty fourth state route one six two still seeing the slowing in sumner as you make your way between pioneer and highway four ten and in snohomish southbound highway nine that's already filled in from bickford to airport way next traffic at six fourteen your seth wayne with the forecast welcome back to a new work league after a holiday week last week were all on for comfortable day today mid seventies is the clouds continue to increase is an area of low pressure comes on shore it's going to give us to about seventy five on tuesday mostly sunny on wednesday and the warmth really starts to crank up by the end of the week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center seatac airport fifty eight degrees right now komo news time six oh six seattle will be among the first cities to see starbucks new sippy cup has the coffee chain vows to eliminate plastic straws from all stores by twenty twenty komo's corwin hake is here to tell us more starbucks today is unveiling pictures of a new straw lists lid expected to debut this fall in seattle and vancouver bc stores with it's raised spouted one end the lid has drawn comparisons to a child sippy cup but this innovation is far from childish it's part of starbucks announced effort to rid all of its stores worldwide of those ocean choking plastic straws kate melges is with greenpeace really really exciting and a great step in the right direction and we're excited to see companies that are based here in seattle like starbucks and costco follow this example and start reducing their plastic footprint on july first seattle began enforcing a ban on plastic straws and utensils across the city's food service industry cnn reports mcdonald's and a and a and w or among the food service chains beginning to switch from plastic to paper straws starbucks is the first change of say it will eliminate plastic straws from all its locations worldwide corwin hake komo news odors in marysville will decide on the new sales tax increase next month and tonight sink and learn more on how the city will spend the money the ballot measure would increase the sales tax by point one percent nine point two that's nine dollars and twenty cents for every one hundred dollars the money would be spent on a new jail and police building to information sessions are scheduled one tonight at six o'clock at city hall and then another on july eighteenth at the marysville library that's komo's frank lenzi seattle police are investigating whether a body recovered in green lake yesterday morning is that of a missing kayaker twenty year old tiga hinckley has seen since late at night on july fourth he was reported missing two days later the body recovered in the lake has not yet been identified in the investigation is ongoing man was killed in a house fire and bellevue overnight this happened in the eastgate neighborhood on one forty eighth avenue southeast near allen road crews found the mounted inside but don't know if he died in the fire or was already dead any certifier to take us an opportunity to point out fire safety working smoke detectors making sure you have an extinguisher.
Judge largely rules for California in 'sanctuary state' fight
"In the eighties for most of the weekend today topping out of eighty four sixty nine on the coast mostly cloudy above us few clouds tonight low fifty two mid eighties for both saturday and sunday with mostly sunny skies round seventy though if you're on the coast and this morning temperatures mid to upper fifties for most of us fifty nine in windsor it's fifty eight degrees in petaluma and fifty eight in santa rosa to six oh seven at k sro in the news a federal judge is rejecting the trump administration's request to block california immigration laws the federal government sued the state in march claiming the california cannot obstruct immigration enforcement efforts bypassing socalled sanctuary laws yesterday's ruling onto laws by us judge in sacramento said the court was not convinced the state laws were intended to interfere with federal immigration enforcement meanwhile the judge put third sanctuary law on hold anna the county fires burning in yellow and napa counties it's now at pardon me eighty eight thousand acres and containment is up to thirty three percent the number of firefighters battling the blaze as of yesterday is increased to more than four thousand and the number of engines fighting the flames now to three hundred forty up from two hundred eighty no injuries have been reported the party fire scheduled to be fully contained by tomorrow now cal fire says we're pushing that back until tuesday and there's another one a fast moving fire in siskiyou county forcing evacuations and the governor has declared a state of emergency they're cal fire says the five thousand acre klamath on fire has destroyed several several structures is threatening more in horn brook a tiny town of about two hundred fifty people blaze broke out thursday around noon and exploded two.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the seventy s on the cape and islands tonight a clear sky low sixty five boston will drop into the fifties in most suburbs tomorrow a still a nice day for father's day we'll be pretty warm especially inland away from the coast highs will be in the upper eighties but closer to eighty in boston where there will be a bit of a sea breeze at times breezy hotter and more humid on monday with sun and clouds high near the record of ninety four in boston and most of the area we'll get into the nineties on monday we'll be in the seventies right along the south coast and cape much cooler on tuesday with clouds and sun there will be a shower thunderstorm around with a high of seventy four i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty beautiful day so far nice and bright and it's fifty eight degrees here in boston a popular fishing spot in hanover is now off limits wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports town officials are now very concerned about unexploded fireworks in the area factory pond in the land around it sits on the former national fireworks site the factory closed some forty years ago but it left behind a number of unexploded munitions hanover officials already shut down all walking trails around the pond so that crews could come in and detonate the explosives now the patriot ledger reports the pond itself is off limits because they found fireworks in the water for the past year workers have been detonating explosives as they find them residents in neighbouring towns say the blasts sometime shake their homes the detonations are expected to continue through the end of the year cruiser also cleaning up contaminated soil where the fireworks company tested its explosives kim tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty.
'Apprentice' contestant's lawsuit against Trump to proceed: NY judge
"The primaries across the nation that's tonight at nine o'clock lawyers representing president trump and a former apprentice contestant are due in court today some reserve owes filed a defamation lawsuit against the president for saying her sexual misconduct claims were lies attorneys for trump had moved to dismiss the suit or postpone it until after his presidency but a judge denied that request today's court appearance is the first since that denial which the president's attorneys are expected to appeal and the miss america competition says judges will no longer score contestants score contestants points on their looks the atlantic city based competition will also drop the swimsuit contest portion of the show on good morning america today chairwoman gretchen carlson said the organization will now focus on helping contestants reach their potential and that includes going to college the move focuses on a scandal in december after emails between former top officials denigrated the intelligence and appearance of contestants and those were made public we have some clouds rolling in this afternoon tonight a low of fifty eight degrees currently seventy two degrees in central park support for npr comes from staples with printers printer ink and toner cartridges for home and business and in store print shops for customized presentations booklets and.
Kate Spade, renowned fashion designer, dead in suicide, police say
"In her new york city apartment the latest coming up from cbs news this bernie to foyer a ninety four year old elgin woman considers fighting city hall over her oversized anti president trump signed the candidates for illinois governor are back at it again they're running new commercials that take shots at each other states are holding election primaries today in sports cubs host the phillies tonight sox have a doubleheader in minnesota wall street pretty flat day the dow is down twentyfive nasdaq is up twenty three and the sp is up one point fifty eight degrees now at o'hare we hope to burst the sixty degree mark at some point it's two thirty news special report and apparent suicide new york city designer kate spade has died at age fifty five i think this is really such a tragic for the fashion industry for her brand and for her thousands and thousands of fans all around the world is andrew bernstein known as dr fashion her body discovered at her apartment kate spade had recalled years ago i used to be in fashion editor from adam assam magazines so i knew that i wanted to start a business and my husband and i both knew we wanted to start a business and they did in one thousand nine hundred three one night we were just talking about what would it be and he said handbags you laugh handbags use color and creativity and later branched out to make shoes accessories and more tributes from samantha barry editor at glamour magazine bima designers that are gama rhodesians would know instantly by their day either created directors designers and kate spade is one of them cbs news special report i'm dave barrett.
Man charged in girlfriend's stabbing death at MGM Grand Detroit hotel
"The detroit area it looks dry today but there will be showers and a thunderstorm tomorrow the complete accuweather forecast coming up thank you vince key it is fifty eight degrees out at city airport and fifty eight as well at metro we'll check traffic and weather together just ahead at four oh eight ww j news time four oh six formal charges have been charged have been have been charged against saint clair shores man accused of killing his girlfriend inside the mgm grand hotel in downtown detroit the charges at least for now fell short of homicide thirtythreeyearold daniel michelin ordered held without bond accused of assault with intent to murder in the death of his girlfriend the body of twentysevenyearold t of lucci discovered tuesday in a room at the mgm m grand casino hotel after staff had reported michele lack acting hysterically prosecutor terror hindu lang says volusia had been stabbed multiple times in the neck and head incredibly serious pending we are considering homicide charges but at this time people had ample evidence confidence of the defendant's conviction at trial was ordered to undergo both physical and psychiatric evaluations he's due back in court june twenty second for a preliminary exam outside of district court in detroit john hewitt w w j newsradio nine fifty in another court room and emotional morning yesterday to people are sentence in the murder of a detroit auto parts store manager emotions still raw for patricia haller the wife of sixty nine year old james haller junior shot and killed during a robbery at o'reilly's autoparts last year the grieving widow spoke directly to twentyfouryearold shantou anderson the trigger woman we hope we are half feeling you don't know what you'd be young lady do you understand you don't know what you did and i wish i could get to you the hang you in to date hanging because that's what you need take an innocent life anicent life you.
The wait is over. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are married!
"Seven hundred sixty wjr news are meadowland rim wbz news time six thirty seven currently fifty eight degrees for those who can't get inside to witness the royal wedding there'll still be some party favors it's quite the lawn party prince harry and meghan markle invited more than twenty six hundred members of the public to the castle grounds for their wedding here in windsor they come from local schools the windsor castle staff and community and charities close to the couple each will take home a goody bag to commemorate the day including a shortbread cookie chocolate coin at a magnet karen kepa windsor england a new poll shows more americans are satisfied with the direction of the country correspondent john stolnis has more gallup survey finds thirtyseven percent of americans are satisfied with the current state of affairs in america that's up eight points from april with much of that increase thanks to independence last month twenty six percent of independents said they liked the direction of the country this month it's up to thirty five percent republicans are also more optimistic up from fifty seven percent in april to sixty three percent now just fourteen percent of democrats are satisfied however a number that's remained the same for the last three months gallup says these numbers are good news for republicans and president trump and bad news for democrats ahead of important midterm elections this fall i'm john stolnis officials in the bloomfield hills school district say some students hacked into the student information system the student information system houses all the student.
Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database
"The threes wbz news time four fifteen and now the four day wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist frank straight for tonight we'll have variable clouds every fog will form later on we'll have a low near fifty you'll see a mix of clouds and sun tomorrow it'll be a wermer day winds comes off the water the afternoon navarro at holds temperatures down there and highs range from just high sixty near the water to seventy five at some of the western suburbs tomorrow night we'll have the skies turning cloudy shower late low near sixty and then mainly cloudy sky for tuesday with some showers and thunderstorms around especially in the afternoon high about seventy five for tuesday much cooler wednesday gray skies and rain at times especially before midday i only fifty six i'm accuweather meteorologist frank straight wbz newsradio ten thirty right now fifty eight degrees mostly cloudy in boston wbz news time four fifteen a third person has been detained following yesterday's deadly knife attack in paris one person was killed four others wounded and isis is claiming responsibility cbs's elaine cobb reports from paris the suspect didn't have an arrest record but authorities had been keeping tabs on him officials say the attacker was a twenty one year old man born in chechnya and naturalized french his name had been flagged on a terror watch list but he had never been in trouble with the police one person was killed in the attack officials say the four injured are out of danger chechen authorities authorities identified the suspect is kazan asimov his parents have also been detained for questioning wbz news time four sixteen a new lava fisher opens up in hawaii near a geothermal energy plant that brings the total number of fissures to sixteen no significant lava flow has been reported from the new one so far plant workers have removed the.
Boston, North Quincy and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Thirty good afternoon it is currently fifty eight degrees in boston partly cloudy skies warming up to a high in the high sixties to low seventies depending on where you are traffic and weather coming up i'm sherry small wbz news our top story now a case of typhoid fever in a child has closed down a daycare in north quincy the massachusetts department of public health confirms the case at the bright horizons in north quincy again that daycare has been closed in health officials are working with the quincy public health department to prevent the spread of the disease good news for the newspaper business in massachusetts and not so good news for the people who deliver the paper as wbz's carl stevens reports it comes from the state supreme court eve's comoro delivered newspapers for twelve years in two thousand ten she was carrying papers fell off a ramp and hurt herself a few months later she was delivering papers and slipped on the ice needed a couple of surgeries a year later she was fired she filed for workers comp but the state supreme court today said no in a case that could have caused newspaper publishers a lot of money the court ruled that a newspaper delivery person is.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Friday good friday sober tharcisse evening seven minutes after one o'clock thirtieth day of martin march will go out like a lamb good afternoon happy good friday beautiful day santa fe fair skies right now warm even the wind is kind of south west fifty eight degrees right now get up to sixty four today i'm confident tomorrow seventy degrees in sunshine sunday good day to hunt easter eggs partly sunny skies seventy one heading into next week pretty much warm every day in sunny every day good forecast though dry fifty eight degrees right now high today in the capital sixty four tonight down to thirty seven if you're going to pilgrimage you probably already are for the rest of us it's up to us to pay attention be careful be on the lookout don't be distracted people will be taking a pilgrim eight up to chima yo today tonight tomorrow please be careful again two o'clock we'll talk to john fine at tall not really sure who all from yellow they have a whole group of gamers in town from all over the place plain old video arcade game we'll have some of them on hopefully some from overseas that's it to three o'clock we'll speak with some people from santa fe playhouse once you don't know really who really matter the play is called talking with three thirty we'll talk to our real estate guru ray post four o'clock our tourism guru randy randall from tourism santa fe it friday heading into a holiday weekend so here's my suggestion here is my invitation in fact if you'd like to go into the weekend clean cleansed purged of all bad juju bad vibes bad thoughts bad feelings call in today get it all off your chest.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The road quality parts helpful people that's napa know how i'm larry lewis ktar news one of sunshine today with a high of sixty two degrees that will become partly cloudy tonight the low forty two we've got a twenty percent chance of showers for tomorrow the height of all fifty eight degrees whether brought to you by howard air it's twelve owed to and fifty eight degrees in phoenix arizona's first responders may be getting some help with p t s d's soon ktar's camp decline as that story live in the news center the state senate is considering a bill allowing first responders to claim workman's com for post traumatic stress disorder or injury is still refers to it mesa fire captain brian jeffries as president of the professional firefighters verizon ah and says it's been an issue ignored for way too long even among first responders historically we gotta viewpoint well just suck it up there buttercup reality is we've learned over time that these are serious issues jeffrey says the bill also helps pds i dictums get specialized therapy which will help a lot more he says an employee assistance programs and fire districts beta many times over at i've seen it affect people ended up back there is i've seen people have to leave the job that i've seen people move onto other problems as a result of these severe traumatic issues the legislation passed the state house yesterday live in the news center kathy klein ktar news there may be an interesting twist in the case of the nineteen year old accused of killing seventeen people last week at a florida high school cnn is reporting that its of teen records that show that months before nicholas crews allegedly went on a shooting spree the.
"fifty eight degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To fifty eight degrees saturday morning stays comfortable with low humidity lots of sunshine 80 degrees for your high saturday afternoon sunday mostly sunny an eighty one of our tv6 meteorologist kevin gregory and i'm stand lear on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three wibc and wibc com hammer and nigel characters weirdos todd 93 wibc the firm vw abc news room kurt darlene is joined us here in the hammer nigel show my name's nigel is hammer over there a couple of love of loop stores to right away of southport police officer that has been shot do we know any more details as of there's not a whole lot to say right now the latest that we have is that yes an postsouth where police officer has been confirmed shot he is currently at eskenazi hospital they were apparently wrote responding to an overturned vehicle that was in the front yard of a house guys saw that this is like in southern marion county i kinda stare on the corner of madison and maynard yeah exakaw nazi and that's exactly where it is and so liars the others picture to this overturned car in his front yard i don't know what it we don't even know how it got there what's as a result of we we just know that a police officer of where police officer yet shot and yet into stay tuned to 93 wibc for any further details but that's all we know right now nothing about a suspect or anything let us the it we've been hearing over police traffic that there's possibly to people in custody but we haven't confirmed that could it but we're jet we're just going to keep the nose of the grindstone and just keep trying to figure out more about this and again as.