34 Burst results for "Fifty Five Degrees"
March Is a Good Time To Get After Weeds
"I noticed it seems like already. The weeds are trying to get a get a good foothold mark. I shouldn't even admit it. I have hynde bit chick. We'd dandelions and i don't even know the names of some some of the other than what i put on them mark. They're they're trying to get ahead and right now. I'm going to very carefully load a hand. Squirt gun with the proper weedkiller we'd be gone. Probably Depends on what i find in the garage and i'm going to go along and and try to hit the center crown of each of those most especially in the patio because the patio Oil there's there's germination of this that and the next thing plus then some grasses. That would look and benny puny and not worried about last fall there just as green as emerald right now In the cracks between the bricks and so on and then in the flower beds. Oh my gosh Well all well. I don't clean up in the fall with intent. I like to see the winter things but now all that winter character is going to need a rake. Yeah without a doubt so it's too early to put anything on the lawn but you go by now right yes. I was in hardware store the other day and they was stacked high by several different companies. And actually i. I would say that you don't have to get on right now. Because there's kind of a judgment factor on the crabgrass control and that would be for other annual grasses. You almost have to have it down prior to the yellowing of the of the Dan lion flower. Because that's signals fifty five degrees soil temperature and the line is flowering all of its evil brother and are starting to germinate with the soil warming up so we have some time yet but i get it purchased if you can find good sale price You can buy sometimes well. I'm i'm gonna go with scott's with moment you can buy their two three four five treatment type stuff that you can put on starting soon right now. Fertilization would be okay crabgrass preventive. It's i think it's just a hair earlier. Because all of that is that is the crabgrass controls and other weedkillers are engineered now literally engineered so that they don't last as long or than they don't kill earthworms grubs and and this kinda thing which It brings on a few problems and it's also good for the lawn and the creators of the earth. so time if you get a good buy right now. You're at the hardware store. Your trunk isn't quite full. Throw in some packages of fertilizer fertilizer with halts and etcetera so that you can get started on controlling this summer's problems if you haven't controlled them.
Could a Silicon Valley startup make geothermal heating cool?
"All this week. We're talking about how technology can help us. Adapt to climate change for our series. How we survive more. People are trying to figure out how to be energy independent to avoid unexpected power. Shut offs and use greener energy for some. It's as easy as drilling a hole. Geothermal energy systems let people heat and cool their homes using energy from the earth. The technology has been around for decades. It's incredibly efficient but fewer than one percent of homes in the us. Use it now. One startup wants to do for geothermal heating what tesla did for the electric car make it cool marketplace tech producers. Stephanie hughes has more when you're used to digging for gold and alaska it's a change in mindset to start working in suburban backyards us is all residential. We're used to virgin ground up in the middle of a swamp in the middle of nowhere that's daniel more. He and his brother zachary are professional drillers now. They installed geothermal heat pumps a lot. More careful and aware of our surroundings versus up there we could just run over the it was no obstructions out there. We were told in your way. Dr wright brothers are in pelham new york installing at geothermal system for the startup daniela energy. The company was born at ex. Google secretive incubation lab daniel off as its own company and is now trying to make it easier for homeowners to install these systems even if the backyard is tiny and the house is a century old that appealed to mike bio stein. Who bought his house last year when we moved in there with no insulation in the house like period. It was basically living in kind of a nice looking tent by elstein insulated and he also wanted to replace the oil burning furnace with more resilient heating system. His local utility offers incentives to homeowners. Who went to install geothermal which uses the earth deep underneath the house as a kind of battery. Thomas cronje leads operations. Dan dylan eucalyptus consistent fifty five degrees fahrenheit. Swell can in the winter. Use that to transfer heat from the ground to our loops and using our homes. Those lips are made of plastic tubes which daniel and installs by drilling down hundreds of feet. Water flows through the tube absorbs energy from the ground and transfers it to a heat pump which then causes it to heat or call the house. Getting that system in place is expensive on average twenty thousand dollars. Dan gives homeowners the option to finance that and they've installed hundreds of system so far kathy hanoun is the president and founder of dandelions the market size could not be bigger because every single building pretty much in the world heats in cool so that's one of the purposes of buildings starbucks was interested in getting dandelions systems into some of its stores and ambulant does want to expand commercial buildings eventually but noone says it's a lot easier to get one or two homeowners on board then everyone involved in a commercial real estate deal marketplace tech producer stephanie hughes
New York City beaches open for holiday weekend, no swimming allowed
"A few days at the beach is typically a no brainer for Memorial Day weekend needless to say it is a little bit more complicated this year some beaches are open some are restricting who can go others are restricting what you can do there here to tell us where new Yorkers and new Jerseyans can go to welcome the summer wireless socially distancing is WNYC's Karen Yi and the Jake often hearts of Gothamist Karen Jake hello hi David it it it there is still so much we don't know about cope with nineteen but many epidemiologists say that with social distancing precautions in place heading to the beach does not pose a large threat for people in low risk groups Cameron let's start with you governor Murphy said beaches would re open for the holiday weekend is that right yes that's right so Murphy has said if speech is re opened they need to limit the amount of people on the beach and enforced social distancing so it's really gonna be up to each municipality to decide how to do that and what parts of the beaches or boardwalks to re open so remember not all of the beach is closed during the pandemic some have already re opened and some remain partially close and it's equally as complicated in New York City right Jake governor Cuomo joined New Jersey Connecticut and Delaware to open up the beaches but mayor bill de Blasio technically won't open up city beaches that's right David New York City is fourteen miles on public beaches are technically close what that really means is the beaches are closed to swimming sports picnics many of the social things people go to the beach for but you can still walk sit on the beach or even dip your feet into the water up to your ankles the idea is to discourage nothing Yorkers from going to the beach so it's not over crowded what about beaches on Long Island to Jones beach the Hamptons these are very popular spots for new Yorkers or they could be an option many all island beaches will be open this weekend but they're not exactly rolling out the red carpet for us New York City residents several towns including East Hampton have plans to limit or entirely banned outsiders from their shores that's led to some regional contentions of Nassau County official had to walk back in down and out of towners on Nickerson beach after my colleague Sylvia Chang points out that beaches that receive federal funding must be open to the public the state run beaches like Robert Moses in Jones beach will be open to everyone but they're restricting capacity to fifty percent and governor Cuomo says people could be turned away from parking lot as early as ten AM single parking is always a problem and beaches in both states Karen tell us about the Jersey Shore is parking to be restricted even more than usual yes so again it's gonna come down to home rule it's New Jersey right so it's gonna be up to each town since sandy hook which is run by the National Park Service is limiting parking to fifty percent and so is island beach state park which is run by the state mayors have told me that they're gonna be announcing reminders on loudspeakers there's gonna be civilian ambassadors patrolling the boardwalk there's gonna be a lot of signage but really it's gonna have to come down to trust trust that people will do the right thing and act responsibly what Jake in New York City you have reported on members of the NYPD enforcing social distancing measures in physically aggressive ways in the subways and on city streets can new Yorkers expect a large police presence on the beaches what is the plan for monitoring resource can definitely expect to see a major law enforcement presence this weekend and why PDP stale has been up thirty percent they'll be joined by parks police and thousands of social distancing ambassadors similar to New Jersey if things get too crowded the mayor says they may even put up fencing literally barricading the beaches anyone who tries to swim will be ordered out well in New Jersey some mayors are concerned about not enough police presence on the beaches Cameron that what are you hearing I spoke two point pleasant beach mayor Paul Kenitra and he's very concerned about this so his speech is partially open not the boardwalk so this means that Jenkins beach is also gonna be close but the biggest problem for him and re opening everything is that he says he can't hire the seasonal officers who normally boost up as police force during the summer because all the training academies are closed so for the things that are open for the part of each that is open he says this weekend will be a test run for whether the precautions they've implemented will work we need to see how realistic it is to have our badge checkers wearing the mask and gloves and in hot weather we need to make sure that our lifeguards are able to you know the date people and do things appropriately with the set up that we have one up one down on the lifeguard stands in with the new half the filters for their resuscitation devices so the mayor said there's really no playbook for this I mean everybody is really trying out what works for their particular beach okay so if people can solve the puzzle of finding an open beach what happens when they get there will there be open public restrooms or boardwalk restaurants open for food pickup so curbside pickup is allowed for nonessential businesses take out is going to continue for restaurants a New Jersey recently allowed to go cocktails on the public restroom issue again that's going to depend on the town whether they decide to open those or how they apply limits to that the one thing that the state is encouraging is that everyone wear a mask right and it's the same thing in New York there will be some to go through the options available re sparked beaches are is open many of the vendors on Coney Island and they'll be some bathrooms and Porta potties starting this weekend and finally you keep in mind the water's going to be fifty five degrees not exactly swimming weather even if you are out yeah I think that's gonna keep a lot of people out of the water we'll have to hear much more about how it goes this weekend WNYC's Karen Yi and the Gothamist reporter Jake often hearts thank you for joining us thanks
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty five degrees in Boston at five o'clock good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening it is a huge proposal at a battle is expected as congressional Democrats rolled out their latest corona virus relief package today house Democrats are introducing the heroes act the bill contains what speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats have been calling for it shows that focus on three pillars opening our economy safely and soon honoring our heroes and putting much needed money into the pockets of the American people the bill is scheduled for a vote on Friday and is expected to pass on party lines Republicans though are pushing the brakes on additional relief saying they want to see how efficient the already approved nine trillion dollars is before proving any additional relief bill Rakoff CBS news governor Charlie Baker today visiting our corporate partner in the war on coal that nineteen his emergency order expires in less than a week but governor Charlie Baker says he's in no rush to remove the covert nineteen restrictions we've been living with across the board in Ashland today to visit a biotech company contributing to the fight against the virus Baker said reopening the state's economy will be done slowly and deliberately with public health foremost in mind we remain as we said before one of the hardest hit states by the code nineteen pandemic we still have a lot to do and where to go to contain the fraction rate and reduce the number of people who need serious hospital care the governor says he's filed a supplemental budget request with the legislature calling for an additional one billion dollars in spending to continue the fight against the virus he says that effort continues to focus on testing and contact tracing to stem the spread Mike Markkula WBC Boston's newsradio merit now been more than four hundred and one thousand covert nineteen tests performed in Massachusetts the latest numbers out today from the department of public health six thousand seven hundred and sixty eight new tests reported today eight hundred and seventy new confirmed cases Russell thirty three newly reported deaths bringing the total death count in Massachusetts from covered nineteen to fifty one hundred and forty one Dr Anthony Fauci is warning of suffering and death of the country re opens to so the nation's top infectious disease expert spoke by teleconference during a Senate hearing and said that there could be deeper economic damage of local officials lifted a stay at home orders while the virus still rages depending on the dynamics of an outbreak in a particular region state city or area that would really determine the speed and the pace with which one does re enter or re open she also throwing a bit of cold water on the idea of students returning to campuses in the late summer or fall it says unrealistic to think the corona virus treatment or a vaccine will be available by ban calling it a bridge too far five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes so what's going on Mike well not a whole lot traffic lights been here we've got some pretty good highways including the operative one twenty eight north bound could wall them all the way up into Wakefield and Peabody no which is on route three or ninety three across the state line into New Hampshire even through what is clear up to that Saugus Lynnfield stretch Leon let's see how things are downtown to get your Manfredi insurance road report sporadic delays here they're real specially along the river roads on memorial drive the eastbound side it's backed up a bit now at JFK's street headed back up a little earlier over at river street that you got the right lane work everywhere before mass out of the west side of the border drives a little slow just after the Longfellow bridge heading out toward the up my tape drive in relatively good shape this afternoon it had been backed up a little while ago over a dog Washington Street causeway street that looks like it's improved they are portals are good lower level of the Tobin bridge has that works down to contend with question of offer insurance rotor part other highways including the mass turnpike in the expressway are great now keep in mind all highway rest stop service plazas they are open but keep in mind there is a parking ban being enforced at all state beach parking facilities miking for WBZ's traffic on the threes mainly clear.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Is fifty five degrees here in the district since two fifty one there are some changes to how college students are going to be graded for the spring twenty twenty semester and they're being rolled out at some Maryland schools the Baltimore sun reports the university of Maryland College Park Johns Hopkins University and housing university are all temporarily changing grading policies to allow for pass fail grading that's unless the student opts for an actual grade officials say pass grades don't count toward a student's grade point average however fail grades do a note will be included on transcripts detailing the unusual circumstances for this semester now with everyone at home you might be noticing that your internet isn't as fast as it used to be it can be a problem if you're working remotely now here's some tips that can help speed things up done this with everybody home here are some things to try let's start with the wifi your router far away move it closer also rebooted that can sometimes give it a boost I know you hear a lot about cutting the cord but in this case plugging your computer directly into the router gives you the faster speeds if you feel comfortable log into your router's settings and enable quality a service R. Q. OS it allows you to give internet priority to certain devices also have unlimited data plans for your phone let the kids use that when you're working by turning off wifi in your home router Mike Morello WTOP news and YouTube videos are converting to standard definition the videos normally play in high def the move will impact users all over the world and is meant to ease the pressure on the internet's infrastructure brought on by corona virus quarantines company officials say users will still be able to switch to high definition on a per video basis you too isn't the only streaming company making some changes recently Netflix that it would reduce streaming quality in Europe to prevent stressing out.
Washington D.C.-area forecast: Cool and rather dreary today, then briefly much warmer tomorrow
"The cold front went back through the area last night we have cool air wedged up against the mountains temperatures are not going to move very much today basically we're gonna be holding steady in the mid to upper fifties mostly cloudy some peaks of sunshine in far south from Virginia those spots will have highs and lows sixties later on this afternoon he's even gonna be a few stray showers maybe a rumble of thunder in far northern Maryland especially close to the Pennsylvania line overnight tonight cloudy damp and cool patchy fog in a few showers lows will be in the mid forties to low fifties and tomorrow the front we backed the north well to Pennsylvania partly sunny breezy and unseasonably warm highs will be in the upper seventies to low eighties could be a stray shower or thunderstorm late in the day with a weak cold front moving through what a not quite as warm but still quite mild upper sixties to low seventies Tuesday increasing clouds and mild highs will be in the mid to upper sixties I'm storm team four meteorologist Matt Ritter we've got fifty four in Suitland fifty six in Oxon hill fifty five in Burke and then fifty six in the Delphi fifty five degrees here in the
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And station fifty five degrees with mostly cloudy skies at two o'clock good morning I'm Steve greenfield in polls in the democratic primary contest in Missouri were close for only minutes before analysts and others called the race for former vice president Joe Biden A. B. C.'s canned Martin reports from St Louis Biden jumped out to an early double digit lead over senator Bernie Sanders to take the state four years ago Sanders but the delegates in Missouri with former First Lady Hillary Clinton ABC news exit poll showed Missouri democratic voters chose bite by almost two to one is better than Sanders in two categories better able to unite the country and the candidate they trust to handle a major crisis among union voters who represent one fourth of Missouri voters Biden held a twenty five percent edge over centers kind Martin ABC news St Louis the corona virus spread has delayed the New York international Auto Show it will now run from August twenty eighth through September six at the Jacob Javits convention center the New York half marathon meanwhile scheduled for this Sunday has been outright canceled there are more than one hundred seventy five cases in New York state with thirty six of those in the city but mayor de Blasio says the ability to conduct testing is growing James flippin reports there's a plaza calls this a period of intensive testing aided by labs in the private sector he says that's a good thing because it gives them more data but it also means they can't give specifics on every case the detailed case break down we're not in that position to do that at this moment because so many new cases are coming forward he says the city is asking the federal government to send more masks for health care workers and first responders he's asking people to stagger work hours of telecommute if possible but on the good news site the city's first cases health care workers who travel to Iran could soon be cleared James flippant W. O. R. news Harvey Weinstein's brother says that he belongs well to put it bluntly in hell Lisa G. reports an unsealed court papers Bob Weinstein compared the disgraced movie mogul to OJ Simpson in an email exchange in November of twenty seventeen Bob it's sixty five years old is two years younger than Harvey also called his brother delusional and said he deserved a lifetime achievement award for the sheer savagery for the ACSI perpetrated wine scene is set to be sentenced Wednesday in Manhattan Supreme Court and could get up to thirty years in prison after being found guilty of a criminal.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"One K. F. B. K. fifty five degrees now in Roosevelt's twenty eight south Lake Tahoe and fifty in Sacramento at news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. none of the stories that are trending on this Wednesday morning this morning officials are working to crack down on drones that are flying near the Golden Gate Bridge to get pretty pictures it is illegal the National Park Service banned drone use surrounding the bridge in twenty fourteen to protect people and wildlife and according to the San Francisco Chronicle the FAA has not designated the airspace above the bridge as a no fly zone generally it prohibits flying over moving vehicles a new study says one in four kids kids I needed antibiotics at children's hospitals more from case to case Ted Garcia researchers say one quarter of kids receive antibiotics in children's hospitals are given the drugs inappropriately which increases the risk of antibiotic resistance it's kind of an arms race between that antibiotic the bacteria and they're like yeah but rather short as you'd expect them all quickly and they essentially out mark that drought and their genetic change that may become resistant to that truck that we have that's Dr Aaron Donald since she says sometimes it's best for doctors to wait before prescribing antibiotics for kids because their symptoms just might be a cold which is a virus and something out of biotics can't treat Ted Garcia news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. also this morning new laws designed to provide a new oversight over medical exemptions to vaccinations have yet to take a fact Lee Russon is with vaccination Californians as the laws are clear and they need to be enforced immediately frustrated that the department seems to be slow walking implementation the California department of public health is slated to take over vetting medical exemptions but no timeline has been given on when that will happen a new study finds the majority of job seekers are lying more from case to case Maryland Haidar a reference checking company checks to find seventy eight percent of candidates who applied for a job or received a job offer in the last six months admit they did or would consider misrepresenting themselves on the resume or job application in order to stand out some of the top wise having a mastery of skills they barely know how to use like excel lying about their GPA saying their degree when they were really a few credit short fudging about their title length of time at a company and saying they achieve things they didn't the survey included responses from four hundred job applicants as well as four hundred hiring managers recruiters and other human resources professionals Maryland Haidar news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Forbes list of one hundred best companies to work for is now out in KPK is ladonna Harvey tells us that they're offering employees what they really want to set up what they think they want some have their head in the sand maybe others I think are just a little misguided in terms of what they think people want is hiring an employment expert Jackie do she tells koco news those companies will find themselves scrambling to hire and keep workers if they don't start getting it right and that really starts at the top what they should be doing is investing in bringing someone on board and maybe help with culture but you're right it does trickle from the top down and and that the peace really missing the one hundred best on the list offered benefits like subsidized childcare and tuition reimbursement not casual Fridays and beers on tap ladonna Harvey news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. we are getting word from the White House this morning that president trump intends to address the nation at six o'clock eastern three o'clock Pacific time today regarding the corona virus no other details are being provided but again we're expecting that sometime this afternoon our time three o'clock now now it's time to get you all caught up on this hour's top national stories on news and ninety three point one K. F. B. K. happening now on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar fielding questions from lawmakers on the deadly coronavirus and asking Congress to approve two point five billion in funding to help fight the outbreak here in the U. S. it comes after the trump administration also proposed budget cuts to the department democratic congresswoman Rosa DeLauro criticized that move we are not robbing funding for other emergency activities to pay for this emergency there are more than twenty seven hundred deaths mostly in mainland China Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer meantime says the Democrats will request eight point five billion in emergency funding president trump will also hold a nationwide address tonight on the coronavirus fresh from the debate stage Joe Biden getting a key endorsement by South Carolina congressman James Clyburn today Biden's lead has slipped in recent polls in the palmetto state with Bernie Sanders leading and on Wall Street investors trying to recoup some of the losses this week the Dow right now up by four hundred points shell Franzen ABC news food trucks are being used to fight student hunger and one local community that's news from your neighborhood and that's coming up straight ahead more than half Sacramento voices you can trust giving you and perspective KFBK morning news with Christina Johnson and Sam Shane on.
So much for winter: Temperature reaches record-breaking numbers in Boston
"We're gonna get a reprieve from the winter weather that we would normally see right now in early January today's high in Boston is forecast to hit sixty three degrees and if we had that it'll break a record high of sixty two degrees that was set back in nineteen seventy five right now it's about fifty five degrees I wandered over to the Boston common right now I'm seeing people walking their dogs some people jogging through the park there's no snow on the ground in the park that's and that's a nice added as well no ice to deal with no slippery sidewalks just a wonderful day to get out and you know what tomorrow if you don't make it out today you've got another chance to do to get out again tomorrow we'll see a high forecast at sixty six degrees if we do have that that would break the record of sixty one degrees last reached back in twenty seventeen so great day maybe just to head out to downtown visit restaurant maybe set out on us is the enjoy some sidewalk seating or something but whatever you do if you can try and get out and
A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers
"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fifty five degrees tomorrow mostly sunny and pleasant a high of seventy eight it is sixty seven degrees. CBS news up to a federal judge across this is actor Felicity Huffman now has a chance to rebuild her life the first he has to spend fourteen days in jail for her role in a college admissions cheating scandal CBS news correspondent Carter Evans when the judge handed down that prison time of fourteen days the court room was dead silent politically happened because been actor William H. Macy wisteria had their own pace he didn't even look like you want everybody to be in shock is not just prison time for Huffman he also will be on probation for a year after a in thirty thousand dollar fine which is twice the amount incidentally he paid to have the answer on her daughter college entrance exam corrected the scandal erupted in March when ringleader William Rick singer admitted to running an elaborate system which range from cheating on exams to bribes a total of fifty one people have been charged CBS news update on Sam lead singer. WTMJ news time four thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Wisconsin is trying out from a wet week of weather rusty Milberg's in the W. T. M. J. breaking news center with more John flooding remains concern across parts of southeast and southwest Wisconsin where flood warnings remain in effect parts of Kenosha and Walworth counties of read Steve over a half foot of precipitation since Tuesday nearly everyone of the state gotten over an inch of rain this week there were also reports of flash flooding in parts Milwaukee Madison in Green Bay throughout the week as several rounds of heavy rains pass through the good news is a dryer weather pattern is forecast through the next week. we now know the punishment for two new Berlin Eisenhower football players who Hayes their teammates sources tell me that several football players have now been suspended from school for two days and also suspended for the next five games of the football season the players who were team captains another seniors will miss almost the entire football season the sources who are parents tell me hazing's been going on at the school for many many years and coaches have been aware.
Ultrarunners Compete To See Who Can Log The Most Miles Over 6 Days
"Running a marathon twenty six point two miles is a lot but for some that's just the start ultra runners push themselves for fifty miles a hundred miles in the case of this story six hundred miles over six day period the toy Dennis member station W. W. M. reports that alter runners from around the world are in Milwaukee this week hoping to push themselves to new limits Jim Feist at the age of seventy seven is hoping to finish his fifty first chevron I met up with vice that's he was gearing up for the six days in the dome the redox a challenge where runners will compete to see who will lock them all smiles over a six day period with the less than a week to go before the race the Phaistos taking it easy so I joined him for life job while elite runners top six hundred miles most runners will be targeting shorter distances five says his goal is two hundred and fifty miles and he'll mostly be walking by every space you know for a hundred forty four hours is going to be over thirty minutes but if I sleep for five hours a day and I take six the hundred and forty four hours it's toned down quite a bit for five the later it gets the tougher it gets mentally and physically he hits the wall right around day three and yes he says he has contemplated quitting these things can hurt and so you think while you're doing on your could you question yourself what the world like doing out here a lot of all children unseren mountains entrails but this one is actually indoors it's taking place on the three main track that wraps around an ice rink where a Libyan strain I ask with organizer Joe feet is how many laps it will take to hit six hundred miles two thousand one hundred and seventy seven times in there one another half a lap now laughs because I cannot imagine it's chilly around fifty five degrees but he just doesn't think that will stop the elite runners from putting up big miles and it's ideal he says because there's ample space for sleeping you know you really can't run for six days the two fifty three and currently holds the American record in the six day race six hundred and six miles set four years ago but he's expecting the most competitive rates between people and the seventy five to eighty five age groups he says that's mainly because this race isn't about speed but endurance it seems like Haitians pacing are better suited for let's say the more mature experienced cultural athlete and he says what's most important is people getting to do what they love one NPR news on the twenty of them and send them a lot
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Fifty five degrees in the American standard cooling weather center, we're going to get to a high. The upper seventies today, the time is six seventeen. I don't know whether to be thrilled that he finally sees the light. Or whether to be just so absolutely disgusted that he's the front runner for the Democrats, but Joe Biden. Finally, recognizing that maybe China is a threat. Tony cats. Ninety three WIBC good morning. Great to be with you. Finally, finally, finally, let me share these with you, right here. This is Biden on wears it back in may back on on. May third two thousand nineteen hundred billion dollars. In loopholes can't be justified. And folks, the fact of the matter is, we can do all we need to do without punishing. Anybody anybody the reason I'm optimistic here is look at who we are? I've, I've met virtually every major wall leader in my role as vice president is former relations chairman over the last thirty years. And that's not hyperbole virtually everyone. I don't know single solitary one who would not change places with the problems crazy United States has versus the problem. They have China is going to our lunch. Come on. They can't even figure out how to deal with the, the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east. Listen, you think China's worried about the visions of their people, they're not if the people get in the way, though, imprison the people, are they'll kill the people. This is China. This is not a normal country. You don't look at communism with some kind of factor, and that the rational actors that will bring us into peop- judges foreign policy speech at IU, we'll get to that in a second. But there's Biden saying, we don't have to worry about China. Here is Biden just last week, June fifth. We're in a position where we have the most agile venture capitalists in the world. They know it's not like we're they're bad guys. We're we're the best at doing it. Our workers are literally three times as productive as workers in the far east. In asia. And their three times productive. And so, what are we? What are we worried about? I don't know who's going to control the five G protocols, the growth of their military going deep blue building islands trying to engage Gemini and the Pacific rim could be a bunch of things technology, theft, intellectual property theft. They're growing apparatus and expanse into Africa. Why would we why would we think to be bothered? This is Joe Biden today. We are in a competition with China. We need to get tough with China. They are serious challenge to us, and in some areas, real threat, and every single step that Donald Trump is taking his only exacerbating the challenge. This is this is just as untrue as the day as long this constant conversation, while Trump is tweeting says Biden, China's making massive investments and technologies of the future. He's just tweeting while Trump is name calling China's building roads bridges and high speed rail. I've discussed this with everybody before, don't tell me about China as green. China is not green don't tell me about the money they've invested in green technologies. Yes. So you suck a chump will buy it. They can afford to engage in anything they want, because they engage currency manipulation. And the people are not free when labor, you can do anything. It's not an economy on scale or on par it is manipulated economy and a forced, coerced people. Stop telling me all what they've invested in green technology. Oh, look at their beautiful train system. Yes. And if you call of president Xi Jinping Winnie. The Pooh, you'd go to jail. I called Trump, Winnie the Pooh, I go viral, that's the difference. And that difference to you is, is somehow inconsequential. Dear lord. Dear Lord move now Beijing once you. Meanwhile in Hong Kong, they fight like hell against this new extradition concept because they don't actually want to be treated like the rest of China. Joe Biden finally realising the threat of China, but not accepting the fact that the president moving on wall, way moving on five G has been if not him the people. He's listening to exemplary in starting the fight the pushback, the removal of the computers, institutes from campuses across America. Congressman Jim banks has discussed this with me before he's going to be on the show on Tony catch today at eleven thirty. So tune in for that. This brings us to people to judge in his speech. Now I'm gonna I've got a lot to get to in this because when I first heard the speech I only heard the first part of it yesterday. Played it live. He's, he's democrat running for president. Of course, the mayor south bend. Get a lot of play. And some of these earned and he's giving a foreign policy speech. Ooh. This is different. This isn't just the same old caterwauling. Well, the first part of the speech was nothing but the same old caterwauling there was nothing but a Trump attacked twenty four seven three sixty five. It was really ugly. And I said, okay, I've heard all this, then he got into the meat of his speech, and I'm going to share a have. So I have notes. On it. Because there are some parts where he's going to America to agree with him. On the idea of, let's say endless war, and there are some parts where clearly he's engaging in some initiation. Let me give you one spot right here. While the current administration lacks a coherent policy. It does show a patter troubling one. When it comes to its conduct abroad. This administration has embraced and emboldened autocrats while alienating democracies and allies around the blow it is undermined America's alliances partnerships and treaties. It is implied terrorists as tantrums provoked trade wars while disinvesting in the education, healthcare, and infrastructure fundamental to our nation's long term strength. It is set. It has set defense spending priorities, according to the wars of the past rather than deterring wars of the future, and it has been hostile to immigration costing us people and skills, we need while demonizing, those who look or pray differently. Now there's a lot there. Because while we can discuss long and hard wars that go on for forever, and putting an end to those, which is something you would get the president to agree with you on the idea that aligns have been undermined, and the idea that education is not thought of as important. And the idea that wanting to do something about illegal immigration is about attacking immigrants in the totality is very broad. Too broad not enough. Fact, we're going to break it all down map air traffic on the fives. What's going on taking a look at the north west side, Tony northbound four sixty five still pretty quiet from eighty six street up to eight sixty five over on the east side of people out there around the lower.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's fifty five degrees, we should hit a muggy high of seventy eight today, so on Friday, we get the news that President Trump dropped his plans to put tariffs on Mexican incoming Mexican goods. So what's in the agreement? What's the reaction thus far? Let's check in with Michael Barr from a twenty four seven network. What am I going, good morning, Ronn? We're still trying to figure out what's in the deal as you look at it. We are, we are clear on the plan tariffs that was supposed to be applied today for Mexican goods will not go into effect in. It's technically on hold. It's not that they've been removed at all. That at this point in time it suspended. So the Trump administration reserving the right to if Mexico doesn't move forward with the promises possibly apply these terrorists down the road at some point in time. But President Trump reacting over the weekend angrily suggestions, that is agreement with Mexico concluded on Friday is not in fact, new, and that it would do little to solve this other border emergency officials from both countries telling the New York Times that the concessions, that had been greet upon were agreed upon by our neighbors back in March. And at this meeting, the President Trump, or at least administration had with the Mexican foreign secretary this past week, we're meant to just pressure. Mexican leaders to avoid the tariffs by working faster to fulfill their end of the March bargain originally with that they had deployed or agreed to deploy troops back in March only about a thousand of them to the southern border by may so in talks last week that country agreeing to send more troops than it originally planned, and is now setting station about six thousand members of the national guard around the country, which may be the only new. The real element of this deal. All right. Michael Barr from a twenty four seven that we're thanks very much. Michael. Good morning, to seven minutes after six o'clock sodas decision is really want to put it on hold for ninety days. That's what it sounds like a reprieve for American consumers who buy everything from avocados to appliances that come from Mexico. So in the agreement Mexico agrees to take on president steps to reduce illegal crossings from its border specifics. Unknown, also agrees to keep more migrants on its side of the border. While their requests to enter the US or processed, Mexico, reportedly, also, agreeing to deploy six thousand national guard troops to border duties and the suspension of tariffs ends for now. We're growing concern and outcry against tariffs that included even some Republicans in congress, congress, giving some pushback as we talked about last week, they threatened to block the president from imposing them so tariffs on Mexico, really suspended. All right now, completely pulled off the table, but there's breathing room. The disaster relief Bill finally got through. So does this suggest to you that real work is being accomplished despite all the hot air? That's going on back and forth in DC, finger pointing name calling only twenty eight percent of you said, yes. Well seventy two percent of you said, no today's poll question, how old is too old to be president or for that matter? How young is too young. The candidates now in the running for the democratic presidential nomination. They range from Bernie Sanders, who's seventy seven years old all the way down to Pete Buddha. Gauge boot 'age, who's thirty-seven President Trump seventy-two, which means he'll be seventy seven at the end of his second term, if re elected question, do you think it matters less though? Now that so many of us are living to such a higher age. Agreed or age. That's the question. Is it going to be a big point in, in this upcoming election likely likely? But what do you stand on that? Do you think it matters less now the age of candidate for president, because so many of us are living to a great old age? You can log onto NewsRadio dot com and let us know how you feel about that. And if you wanna leave a comment, go to the Facebook page for the program. We'll have some of your comments coming up on Friday question to as the morning progresses. US Catholic bishops, we'll discuss sex abuse by clergy at a conference that's happening this week is FOX's Mike Piazza starting June eleventh, the United States conference of Catholic bishops convenient Baltimore, the convention focus sex abuse allegations, and how to deal with those allegations, and the possible inclusion of lay Catholics, and secular thirties to confront the crisis pressure on the bishops coming from two directions, longtime church, critics, and church insiders who doubt the bishops capability of him laying the crisis on their own Catholic church facing similar charges for decades with increased security over the last year after a Pennsylvania grand jury report listed hundreds of cases of alleged abuse. Mike Piazza, Fox News. Six ten NewsRadio nine twenty.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seed germinating to around reaches a temperature fifty five degrees. So if he did, you know two weeks ago snowed on every few today. It's still going to be dormant until a little bit. And then into coming up. I all the team. But. Seed is it's a little tricky. Okay. So for example, you gotta prepa ground. You gotta see you got to address. You just can't go get a seat and just roll it. And hopefully. It's gonna take the perjure gonna take it's gonna take it. And they're going gonna sit there, and you're gonna go and look at all this money and nothing hand until I so we gotta prep it Joe. So when you say prep, it does that mean, you gotta take a hard rake and kind of move around the dirt a little bit. So it'll sync it absolutely. You ain't gonna scratch the surface. Chances are they're it's contacted Nisa reason why you don't have grass just got too much shade or trail last year had diseases who knows what was on there. So you have to center area because you also route system Stanford. She was a nice soft soil to hang onto, you know, if anything else you do customer. What's told me, you could put it in a five dollar plant, and it turned out whole awards, dude. Appropriation. Get ready. You know, let me ask you this. When we actually plant the grass with the topsoil on top of it. How often do you have to water? Great question. You really wanna know? I do wanna know. Yes. Believe it or not it's and it's twice a day. For like, ten minutes thing is to have to keep it moist. You can't let drought dries out cheese deceit such germinate. You're you lost new done. So there's a little tricky. You know, guys like me, we believe inside we believe in the green stuff, you roll it up and boom in ten days, you got Wrigley field or miss. Where do you buy your side? Where do you get it? Most for him scancen. There's a local supplier this plane's bring in fresh every day. Okay. So shot is is like it's very personal. I mean, if you're lucky that you pick it up in the morning, you gotta late afternoon. If dependent season it is maybe pulled off the next day. But it's cold. But you know, it it's something where if you have I told my customers if you ask three hours or sound like in the area, let Saad it because I can get you in fourteen days, you have a protocol on seat and fourteen days and guarantee you make you gotta nature girl. Got I love that. That is inside his it's really not that expensive, especially if you have a small area because people waste so much time putting grassy down. But when do you recommend grassy Joe when do you recommend? Time I recommend gray sheet is if you have air, that's Tweety shady where it doesn't have three hours later, two and a half hours Kentucky bluegrass loss. That's the only area and even in those areas sometimes tried to my customers away from it, for example, instead of messing around with the seat all time if it's real shady, silver maple you have to see this playing and to see it again as temper so unless you're a Turkey as we call them then. Yes, go ahead, otherwise put some ground Coulter, you know, putting some pick Sandra something, you know, some annual some color will be outdoor seating. All the time. Why are you wasting your time? I like this. I was gonna ask you that. Because on the common area near the street. I just yeah. Whatever that things, you know, common area area there by the park. Got a coffee break. I gave up I'm mulched. Put some stones looked good. And you know, it it probably doesn't look good. Are. It looked really good. Okay. I did you put mulch in stone in the same area. I've been a couple of big stones in much round. Okay. Yeah. Like a little. Yeah. I just I just for decoration. And sometimes that's what happened about a Parkway's where people are just tired of grass, and they'll do like a mulch that put in their portfolios are grown covers do. Well. And it's a maintenance for year you have to miss it again. Nice job. We're talking Joe Polina. You can go to Tommy Polina dot com. It's available in your located in mount prospect. But you go just about anywhere. Can you take some phone calls? People have questions, sir. All right. Let's go to Steve in Evanston. Steve what's here question for Joe Polina? Go ahead. Hey, thanks for thanks for fitting me in. Joe? I have a bits called creeping Charlie that spread for beds into my lawn. And it's I try to get rid of the last year. But it's coming back this year. Is there anything I can do other than manually sitting there and trying to remove it all to get rid of it? Yeah. Don't sit manual. You. Just be wasting your time. You gotta get real. Unfortunately, Charlie's very difficult to get rid of the best time with any. We'd at all especially cool, Charlie his Irving spring with a herbicide. You know, there's a lot of her besides it will take care of that. I should say right una back. You know, what they did here? As far as we'd say they killed, but definitely gonna hit it in the spring and an a worse worst case scenario like if along us round, but if it's an area where waves from everything else even goes with the stronger, it will take care of it. But any be tillable take care of it. Got it early early enough to still take care of it. You think? Yes. I mean, I honestly I've seen some lines now with the with the end alliance colder and preteen, Charlie ready. And, but we start our maintenance program on next week the week after you know, I we definitely go out and take your the weeds but away before they get out of hand because. Essay guy wants told me that works for the company visit because failing to lie extreme west too. Because nothing's gonna happen spraying wet fruit. Joe pulling on the line Joe, I'm gonna make you hold on. Because we have some more callers at wanna talk to you. Okay. I'm gonna take a quick break in what's your phone number of people wanna call eight four seven six nine eight six eight six eight or they can go to Tommy Polina dot com. Now, Tommy our father. Time is actually my little name. When I started in nineteen eighty two uncles Joe was still in business. So I kind of been used. So this is all you all me been around since nineteen eighty two. I love that. All right. We'll get back Joe in a second quick break. It's seven twenty WGN. Twin study is at Scott Kelly was there and Mark Kelly was here on earth bodies different. Right. Not just as body, but his mind as well. Here's my longstanding.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We not fifty five degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney Notre Dame cathedral scarred. But far from destroyed after yesterday's massive blaze valley to rebuild that ABC's James Longman in Paris says it's a monumental task and an expensive one. So now rebuilding three hundred million dollars has already been pledged for the restoration of this place, including one hundred million by Salma Hayek husband, who is a French citizen two hundred million by other French philanthropist, the money, it seems is going to pour in, but it was a miracle that no more was lost hair. Inspectors and building specialists have been taking a look at the roof and the towers questioning whether they are still structurally sound Parisian still not used to the cathedral spire being gone from the skyline tourist likes Afia Ferraro still stunned. They watched it burn getting bigger and bigger and the towers to towers in the front kept getting darker and darker, and we all felt helpless looking at the cost of rebuilding hundreds of millions of dollars. I'm Cheri Preston. ABC news documents obtained by. NBC news reportedly show, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg oversaw plans to control rivals by selling access to user data. Facebook says the leaked documents have been cherry-picked and are misleading general William bar expected to release his edited version of the mullahs report to congress and the public on Thursday. Here's ABC's Pierre. Thomas day coming Thursday, we've seen less than one hundred words out of that roughly four hundred pays report. We're hoping to find out how many Trump associates were in contact with Russians. What were the details of plan for a possible Trump Tower in Moscow and how hard did members of the Trump campaign try to find out and get information from WikiLeaks about those e mails hacked by the Russian from the DNC, and then there's Lois findings on the questions of obstruction of Justice. He did not exonerate the president. We'd like to see some specifics of what Trump did that concern Muller, and we're expecting to learn what Muller was struggling with. And why he could not make that final. Call a crackdown on subway fare beaters is underway. The NYPD says in the first three months of this year. There are twenty one thousand summonses issued and that's about twice as many as we're issue during. The same period last year, a Brooklyn schoolteacher being arraigned later today after being charged with sexually abusing student. Police say Daniel Sant Iago at twenty nine year old who taught a PS two forty four in east flatbush targeted an eleven year old girl. A Brooklyn orthodox Jewish daycare shut down in the midst of the ongoing measles outbreak cities health department shut down the United musical academy preschool program after reportedly refused to turn over immunization and attendance records forty four new cases of measles. If been reported since last Tuesday when the mayor issued an emergency order for everyone living working or going to school in several mostly acidic neighborhoods to get vaccinated or face, a one thousand dollar fine. Two of the new cases were reported at the academy so far Twenty-three. She is in daycare programs have received violation notices for ignoring the mayor's order Alice stack in Rozina seven ten W O wire and the man accused of throwing a small child off a balcony at Minnesota's mall of America in court today. Prosecutors say. Twenty four year old Emmanuel Ronda told investigators he had been unsuccessful talking to women at the mall, costing him to lash out he plotted to kill someone at the mall, April eleventh, but it didn't work out. So he came back the next day. He was looking for an adult because they tended to stand closer to the edge of the third floor balcony. But instead settled on a mother and her five year old son who are outside of the rainforest cafe restaurant. Police say he grabbed the boy and threw him down to the first floor. Rhonda's being held onto million dollar bail. Ryan burrow, ABC news. And a child remains in critical condition with the forecast on the way university of Maryland.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We got fifty five degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The House Judiciary committee today voting to authorize subpoenas. So it can get a chance on the full. Unredacted Muller report judiciary chair Jerry Nadler says there's no room for negotiation over how much of the report his committee will see the committee must see everything as was done in. Every prior instance, obviously, some material will have to be redacted before it's released to the public to protect privacy to protect the various rights. Attorney general William Barr says redacted Muller report will be made available by mid April. The White House has President Trump has not been working on a specific timeline for his plan to shut down the US side of the border with Mexico. And now, he's signaling such a move is not imminent shutdown of the US southern border does not appear to be imminent. But President Trump insists his threat is still on the table. The president's rhetoric on this issue has shifted. He said he would close the border and Mexico didn't step up. It's effort on migrant apprehensions Tuesday. He said without providing evidence that Mexico had done just that. But now he's threatening to close the border. If congress doesn't act writing on Twitter, quote, congress must get together and immediately eliminate the loopholes at the border if no action border or large sections of border will close. Karen travers. ABC news the White House. The entire auto industry could be virtually shut down in a matter of days, if the US Mexico border should be closed. The Ann Arbor Michigan center for auto motive research says auto parts, come into the United States from Mexico. Thirty seven percent of US made partnership to Mexico center says a disruption in that supply chain could meet in the shutdown of factories as well as larger production operations negotiators reportedly coming closer to a deal on ending the trade war with China. The financial times reports the two sides of settled about ninety percent of the outstanding issues, but they're still going back and forth over how to. Put the deal in place and how to enforce it. Chicago's mayor elect is out thanking voters today after a commanding win yesterday hours after her big win. Mayor elect Lori Lightfoot says she plans to follow through with her campaign. Message to end the corruption in city government, and she says she'll deliver a more transparent government as for meeting her predecessor spoken with mirror manual.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fifty five degrees on NewsRadio k s became the California Highway Patrol and plaza. Ville is warning drivers the highway fifty s backed up with eight to ten hour. Delays south Lake Tahoe. Chain controls are ineffective for four miles is possible. To Myers officials said too many people are showing up unprepared for conditions and Chang controls. They warned that there are no alternate routes on back roads from highway fifty the CHP is asking drivers to either take I eighty or stay home highway twenty inclusive county east of Williams remains closed because portions of the roadway still inundated with water while much of that water has to be seated highway twenty is still soaked enclosed between Houston and will s green roads, how transcend there's no estimated time of reopening. Authorities have cancelled a flood warning for northern California community where a river fed by a fierce storm rose above flood stage. The national weather service issued the warning for an area near Guerneville north of San Francisco after the Russian river rose about thirty two feet, Thursday night, Cindy Chan NewsRadio KF became traffic and weather. Together. Good afternoon. You're puppet the brakes westbound I eighty before the cab city freeway, there's a two car injury crash. It's unknown which lanes are blocked you're moving slowly northbound ninety nine between fruit ridge road and twelfth avenue and I'm seeing brake lights for days in Davis. Westbound eighty between highway one thirteen and midway road. If we're not seeing what you're seeing. Call the brothers home improvement window endure experts traffic tip line now pound to fifty traffic..
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Average. I'm guessing that you're going to put in some enormous ABS pipe or PVC pipe. That's a very high schedule pipe or a concrete pipe or something. The as a conduit. Yeah. As the conduit for the return return, I doubt that you'll need insulation. And I doubt that you'll have a condensation problem wouldn't be it wouldn't have to worry about. Well, what are you air conditioning to your conditioning to about seventy degrees? Sixty eight degrees. And you've got temperature fifty five degrees. I don't and your pipe is going to be buried several inches below the concrete you have earth's insolation. Well and also the line set can be insulated. You can still take your line set and insulate it and then run it through your conduit. Okay. What I was just I was just concerned about the the recon airlines. Yeah. What you do the concrete or the or the ABS is not going to be heard conduit. You're going to put an insulated duct team in there. Now. Are you talking about the refrigerant line? He's talking about the return air recon air, and you're gonna put your return air below the slab. Correct. I don't understand why you're putting it below the slab. Why why why below the slab? You're putting oh, I know why..
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Okay. The problem is that really is all you got. He's he's had in Hollywood. He's headline. How many? And this is what's left of the crappy talk whittle it down to the valuable the things that matter. Hey, look who's in studio. Rob Harrison, what am I. I just figured out something I'm not I don't want to tell his shareholders this. But he he has not taken a vacation in about twelve years. Lovely wife were in palm desert for about a week went home for one day. Look where he's at right now. That's perfect. Package. I just want to know what the weather is Toronto right now is it sunny and seventy it's not sunny and seventy but it's disproportionately warm fifty five degrees. Fifty five. Here is January doesn't get that way. Great tabby, rob Harrison. Of course, the CEO of a company called global global gardens group there are publicly traded under the stock symbol VGA. Am on the on the on the Canadian Toronto venture. Correct. He s x venture exchange creating innovative non dairy products. We've had them on the air. And they're part of our small caps for people to as we pull the covers back on what it's like to be a public company and rusty nails right there in front of him has some sumptuous veggie and Ross Ross isn't isn't the product development department for vegetable on the side, and he's Buchan for a chocolate brand is chocolate on the horizon anytime soon, very close. Java plan. Hey, a little in their next time. So I have to tell you that my to millennials own who graduated from college this year. Both of my daughters are crazy about this stuff and all of their friends are dining know, how to get it. Well, it's easy. Now, they now they can find it. They live one of them lives in New York walk into a whole foods. That are funnier stuff and whole foods Detroit. We're in the whole foods in the Atlantic market now up around New York City, Chicago Chicago buffalo Boston that area. Talk about talk about on the shelf to right. Yeah. You're not looking. Section there. This product was launched specifically to be on the shelf to create a smaller carbon footprint startup require refrigeration until you get it home. So it's not in the chilled section. Russet, isn't a chilly section. Right. Yeah. So let's talk about it. Because you call it veggie milk. It comes in it comes in vanilla and unsweetened, and I think on sweetened vanilla also are the original original. That's what it is. Okay. So talk about exactly what it is. Okay. Well, veggie is founded on the premise that it's all vegetable based and the root vegetables. So the primary ingredient is pea protein protein ice foot. The next one is the root Casavant, which is top Yoka. That's weird. I didn't know Kamioka was was thing..
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is fifty five degrees at three o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Democrats will control the house while Republicans are keeping their majority in the Senate the democratic Blue Wave swept away Republican control from key house races, California, congresswoman, Nancy Pelosi is handsy. Pelosi is celebrating the democratic return to control is about what a new democratic majority will mean in the lives of hardworking Americans more women are heading to congress than ever before women are on track to exceed the previous record of one hundred seven President Trump was on the minds of American voters in exit. Polling two-thirds of Americans said the president was a factor in their vote for the US house of representatives in New York Republican Mark Molinaro was considering the governor's race to incumbent. Andrew Cuomo Dutch. County executive state on the campaign trail to the very end active on social media throughout election day, encouraging voters to head to the polls now coming up short and is upset bid verse governor Cuomo, he's eyeing unity politics today. It is our responsibility as New Yorkers to come together for the common. Good put aside differences and to focus on making our state better for the people who call it home, be thanked his family holding a sleepy toddler on his shoulder and says he listened to the people of New York about the challenges. They face calling the Empire State beautiful diverse and United James flippin for seven ten w stunning upset on Staten Island where come at Republican congressman Dan Donovan was unseated by max rose the story of this country. Has always been. Matter our differences. No matter the challenges in our.
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"Clear skies and wins that have calmed down here these overnight hours, and we're looking at a gesture of about forty two of the fiber rose to thirty two northern west Wednesday. We're looking at a high of sixty four degrees. Five degrees warmer than normal. Great weather for trick or treating sunset and afterwards. The temperature should be about sixty degrees in the city and about fifty five to fifty to our north and west suburbs. For thursday. We kick off November with sunshine, seventy degrees. And we're looking at rain on Friday rain off and on all day, high sixty eight rain in the Friday night and into Saturday morning, but Sarah, Louis got sunshine, fifty seven degrees and we've got beautiful weather for the marathon on Sunday sunshine, fifty five degrees or marathon Sunday race time temperature start should be about forty seven.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty five degrees. In boston. I'm Doug cope in for Jeff Brown. Top stories. Now, the White House says President Trump and first lady Melania Trump travel to Pittsburgh tomorrow. They will visit the synagogue were a shooting rampage left eleven people did the suspect made a brief court appearance. This afternoon was brought into the courtroom in a wheelchair. A jury finds Brad Kessler guilty not all counts for crashing his SUV into a Newton pizzeria two years ago, killing two people his attorneys claim the crash happened after Casler suffered a medical episode caused by his multiple sclerosis and the duck sway rolling on Wednesday. That's when the city owns a big victory parade for the World Series champion, Boston Red Sox. Mayor Marty Walsh announcing today the parade begins at eleven A M Wednesday in boylston street near Fenway park. Why thing it's way to Boston common alternately continuing onto trim wrapping up at city hall plaza. By the way, our own Adam Kaufman will be on board one of those duck boats. We'll have coverage, of course, right here on WBZ news rescuers in inflatable boats. Retrieving human remains pieces of aircraft personal items from a passenger jet that crashed into the Java sea just after takeoff all one hundred eighty nine people on board were killed ABC. News senior transportation correspondent David curly. Says nothing's been ruled out when it comes to a cause because it was so sudden one can't rule out terrorism that a bomb can cause that sudden kind of failure as well. So we really don't have any idea what brought down this aircraft. All we're hearing from lion air, which was a low cost operator in Indonesia is that the aircraft had an issue on Sunday. All they would say it was it was a technical issue. And that it was repaired according to Boeing guidelines. Lines. And that it was put back into service Monday morning for this six thirty flight six twenty ish that it took off from Jakarta condolences have been pouring in from around the world, including a message from pope Francis..
Thousands attend vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims
"Federal court is expected to be a brief one to transfer the prosecution case to the southern district of New York, which is where five of the bombs were discovered. David Schaper, NPR news Fort Lauderdale in baseball. The Boston Red Sox are this year's World Series champions. They beat the Los Angeles Dodgers five to one last night in Los Angeles, Boston Steve Pearce was declared the series most valuable player. He was thrilled by the honor filling my life. And this is what you. Are gonna wishing that you could be something like this. And with the special group of guys out there to celebrate with them that was awesome Pierce had three home runs in the last two games, including two last night. The Red Sox have now won four titles in fifteen seasons. The dodgers haven't won a championship in thirty years. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Seven four fifty one degrees. Clouds right now, we could see some showers this morning, but then clearing up to partly sunny skies today with a high near fifty five degrees Jewish community. Members are mourning the victims of last weekend's shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, a group gathered outside of a family service center in flatbush for a vigil where Jewish leaders assured residents that their safety is a top priority. Several elected officials also joined congresswoman Yvette Clark called on Brooklyn residents to find strength in the community. It is up to us here in Brooklyn to set the example of how we pulled together during times of tragedy to raise up one another's Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams who helped organize the gathering called on off duty officers to carry their firearms into houses of worship also more than a thousand people attended a service in a call to action out of New Jersey synagogue in response to the shooting WNYC. Nancy Solomon reports the crowd erupted in applause when governor Phil Murphy called for more gun control. But the biggest reaction came. When rabbi Clifford Cohen help President Trump responsible for the rise in antisemitic violence. It
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"Years ago. The New York. He'll project was supposed to bring the world's largest ferris wheel to Staten Island. The six hundred and thirty foot tall tourist attraction was touted as a way to revitalize the island's north shore. But ultimately, the idea couldn't well get off the ground. The wheels developers announced they're abandoning the plan after failing to come up with enough money for the megaproject construction stopped more than a year ago. And in what may have been a final blow mayor de Blasio turned the developers down for a city backed bailout last month it's unclear what will happen to the Saint George development site where nothing but the wheels large pedestal feet wherever constructed forty six degrees right now in central park, mostly sunny skies expected today breezy as well. With a high around fifty five degrees. This is WNYC. Support for NPR comes from Amazon prime video with the Romanovs a new series from the creator of madman. Starring Diane lane, Noah wyle, Christina Hendricks and Andrew Reynolds. A new episode every Friday on prime video. WNYC's
Airline now says one passenger missing after lagoon plane crash
"Station. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news never stops. WBZ? News time is eight o'clock. We've got fifty five degrees and mostly sunny skies in Boston temperature heading up to seventy two this afternoon. Traffic and weather together coming up good morning. I'm art Cohen WBZ news, and our top story this hour, hundreds are dead after a seven point seven magnitude earthquake and a ten foot to NAMI crash into two
Trump sets tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods; Beijing strikes back
"Wbz newsradio ten thirty an iheartradio station wbz news time eight thirty currently fifty five degrees under cloudy skies in boston on this friday june fifteenth good morning i'm josh binswanger wbz news an afghan defence ministry official reports that a us drone strike in eastern afghanistan has killed a key pakistani taliban leader we get more from cbs cami mccormick at the pentagon the us military isn't commenting on the report mullah fazlullah was killed it said in a statement only that a us counterterrorism strike was carried out thursday near the border region between afghantistan in pakistan and it targeted a senior leader of a designated terrorist organization that's lula is one of pakistan's most wanted militants he's been connected to a string of high profile attacks those little is also known for ordering the attack that targeted malulu yes who's i in twenty twelve president trump has approved a plan to impose tariffs of fifty billion dollars of chinese goods we get more from correspondent peter king the trump administration is about who impose fifty billion dollars tariffs on chinese imports china's promises immediate retaliation correspondent ben tracy in beijing you could expect china would go after things like american soybeans that american beef the chinese do already have a list of their own a fifty billion dollars worth of us products that would face terrifies skype wall street journal senior editor bob davis says us consumers will feel the pinch will mean higher prices i mean it's just that's what tariffs are there basically attacks it's kind of like a sales tax plan could set the stage for a series of trade actions against china the inspector general report on the fbi is handling of the hilary clinton email probe finds no evidence that james comey's decision making was driven by proclinton political bias but it heavily criticises komi for publicly revealing information about the clinton probe in a news conference shortly before the election in addition the report finds the komi used a personal g mail account for official government business while fbi director on several occasions world cup action underway this it's morning no score yet between egypt and uruguay in the first half president trump gave congratulations to patriot's owner bob kraft this morning after north america won the bid to host the twenty twenty six world cup the president thanked craft regarding advice around the bid craft is widely credited with convincing the president to support it in the meantime wbz's karyn regal has the governor's reaction sarker.
Michael Cohen's lawyer requests more time to review seized materials
"One from cbs forum ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm fifty five degrees partly cloudy skies downtown mandy connell here have you taken a yelped a lousy business on full blast with a bad review will could get you sued one woman is facing a million dollar lawsuit by her doctor our view all the details starting later at one on koa newsradio just about five twelve on colorado's morning news new developments in the federal case against president trump's former attorney michael cohen prosecutors now reveal they seized his shredding machine at its contents when they raided his home and office the clock now officially ticking in the fight over millions of documents seized in those raids of president trump's personal attorney michael cohen highstakes on both sides the judge giving cohen until june fifteenth to get through three point seven million documents seized in those raids to make their case for attorney client privilege but coen's attorney saying they still need to get through two thirds of that material pleading for more time we have people sleeping on couches we are working around the clock the government also under pressure to build their case prosecutors revealing for the first time that among items seized in those raids cohen's shredder other potential evidence secret tape recordings allegedly made by cohen according to stormy daniels attorney michael abernathy who argues they could be explosive avenue dotty appeared in court but withdrew his request to join the case after receiving a swift slapdown from the judge you will not be able to use this court as a platform abc's kiro phillips reporting a play from a popular televangelist for fifty four million dollar jet in order to spread the gospel around the world and he wants to pay for it using his ministry's donations the bible does say as any shall receive so televangelist jesse duplantis is asking for fifty four million dollar private jet i really believe that jesus was physically on earth today it wouldn't be riding a donkey by there for a minute he'd be an airplane preaching the gospel all over the world in new orleans based minister now getting backlash asking for donations so he can purchase his fourth private plane in cash we're leaving god for brand new.
Joshua Holt, American jailed in Venezuela, arrives in U.S.
"Clouds there will be a touch of rain and drizzle from time to time our temperatures mostly in the fifties that down considerably from yesterday tonight mostly cloudy low fifty then for tomorrow memorial day expected damp start on the cape elsewhere not as chilly clouds may break for some afternoon sun high sixty three tuesday sunny and becoming warmer high eighty wednesday not quite as warm but there will be a fair amount of sun high seventy one arm accuweather meteorologist carl babinski wbz newsradio ten thirty right now it's looking mostly cloudy fifty five degrees here in boston a utah man held in a venezuelan prison for two years is back home president trump greeted joshua holt and his family at the white house last night following the man's released from the prison there president highlighted whole tenacity for being able to get through being held prisoner in venezuela tough one tough tough situation president trump also praised the work done by utah senator orrin hatch and representative me a love for their ongoing efforts in securing holtz release hold was a mormon missionary when he was held and weapons charges since two thousand sixteen president trump also took some time to tell the number of hostages released since he has taken office an unwelcome guests is coming.
Abc, Phil Yakobus and Daryl Desouza discussed on News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum
"Casino the entertainment capital of the northwest next komo traffic at one thirty four the komo forecast now for the rest of the week things will look okay but in the morning a little bit gray and dreary might see some showers by the end of the weekend so for tonight clouds coming in a low of fifty five degrees tomorrow's high in the low seventies low seventies again for thursday with cloudy skies right now though start to clear out just a little bit sixty five degrees at komo news komo news time one twenty six after being hit with federal charges last week for not filing his taxes for three years baltimore's police commissioner has resigned abc's phil yakobus explains the resignation comes just five days since daryl desouza admitted he didn't file those saxes saying there was no excuse and that his personal affairs were not an order he's now charged with three misdemeanors the feds indicated in court papers they are continuing to investigate him for violations of federal law what that is they are in saying he was only on the job for less than four months in a statement the mayor says she'll now conduct a national search for his replacement phil yaacob husky abc news baltimore american airlines passengers soon won't be able to board flights with their support goats american airlines has unveiled some adjustments to their support animal policies goats are out as well as support hedgehogs insects sugar gliders snakes and other animals support animals also have to be trained to behave properly in public and to be under control at all times the policy goes into effect july the first american airlines saw forty percent jump in service or support animals from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen that's mark mayfield reporting pub goers have something to cheer about due to this week's royal wedding details from abc's tom rivers in london some here like the royals there's aren't really father but just about everybody likes to hit the pump and in honor of harry and megan's big day bulbs will be staying open later than usual by a couple of hours on friday and saturday night to celebrate this kind of overtime drinking doesn't happen very often here the last time was tomorrow queens ninetieth birthday back in thousand sixteen before that it was her diamond jubilee in two thousand twelve and a year before that it was william and kate's wedding tom rivers abc news london have.
Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database
"All of new england wbz news time to eighteen fifty five degrees mostly cloudy in boston top stories now stories of heartache and hope at today's mother's day walk for peace families marched from dorchester to city hall plaza to raise money an advocate against gun violence suicide and other issues that tear families apart israeli military says it has increased forces along the gaza border and drop leaflets into the gaza strip urging residents to keep calm during largescale protests expected tomorrow the demonstrations coincide with the new us embassy opening in jerusalem more people are preparing to evacuate hawaii's big island as scientists warned of a possible steam explosion at the killer way of all keno that could send rocks the size of refrigerators miles into the air wbz news time to nineteen it's an unbelievable incident at a daycare center in arkansas as abc's linda lopez reports it appears a young boy was hit by rocks tiled services and police officers are investigating after seeing a video that appears to show a teacher ordering other children to throw rocks at a four year old boy to punish the boy for throwing rocks on the ground children can be seen in the video surrounding the boy who appears to be crying out in pain local parents are outraged people are paying you the west bank he is in his child is getting rocks at him the owner of the daycare reportedly blamed the allegations on a former teacher linda lopez abc news wbz news time to twenty a third person has been detained following yesterday's deadly knife attack in paris one person was killed for others wounded and isis is claiming responsibility as cbs's elaine cobb reports from paris the suspect didn't have an arrest record but authorities had been keeping tabs on official 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 identified the suspect as kazan asimov his parents.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Saturday fifty five degrees with partly cloudy skies tonight sunshine in the morning partly sunny in the afternoon a high of seven chance of afternoon showers and seventy five sunday i'm our tv six meteorologist kevin gregory crumbled city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory those open lines here's what's happening ten times in hawaii on the big island just an hour after a large tremor friday morning a six point nine magnitude earthquake shook the big island off hawaii sending people fleeing from buildings and community centers at increasing concerns now about new eruptions from killer whale bystanders said the latest quake appeared the last about fifteen seconds that's a long rumbling time it came about an hour after a five point four magnitude shook the big island on friday followed by a fifth eruption spewing lava into a little subdivision out there where they have evacuated we'll keep our eyes on that i've been getting some calls from some friends in hawaii their tents a massive sinkhole has opened up on a new zealand farm with volcanologists saying it's the biggest he has ever seen in the country we've got that story over at coast to coast am dot com for you the connecticut supreme court has ruled for a new trial to be held for kennedy cousin michael skakel who was convicted for the one thousand nine hundred seventy five murder of martha moxley friday's decision by the court vacated skakel's earlier conviction and rule that michael sherman his trial lawyer did not show the court evidence of a possible alibi north carolina food processor has recalled more than seventeen point seven tons of ground beef some of which was sold in kroger stores for possible contamination with plastic bits in the beef food safety coach jeff nelken jeff you might as well set up an office here my gosh we're calling you every week now well you know with all the grinding of meat going on all it takes is a plastic year just not to be lubricated correctly and all of a sudden it's starting to grind down and you end up with plastic pieces you know it in the.
"fifty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is fifty five degrees mostly cloudy skies at o'hare a man is dead after being shot in the head in humboldt park yesterday police say the twenty one year old was shot in the fifteen hundred block of north washtenaw avenue around five pm he was taking to structure hospital where he was pronounced dead no one is in custody the investigation is ongoing german chancellor angela merkel arrives in washington this morning just days after french president macron's white house visit abc's jordan felts reports from washington president trump is welcoming another world leader to the white house german chancellor angela merkel but there will be no fancy military welcome or state dinner for this quick one day trip merkel's visit is strictly business merckel arrived in washington with the same as the french president to try and persuade the us president not to tear up the iran nuclear deal president trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw from the agreement but next month he could actually make good on those threats when he faces a final deadline that was abc's jordan phelps could the apple watch save your life a california man says it saved his for example says he got the watch earlier this year to help him lose weight and get healthier but last month it alerted him of an elevated heart rate and i'm just sitting watching tv relaxing from a long day of work after the fourth alert i'm like something's not right time for me to go to hospital he went to the hospital and he says doctors found a potentially fatal skin infection on his leg and now news that happened on this day on april twentyseventh nineteen sixty four john lennon's book in his own right was published in the us in nineteen sixty eight simon and garfunkel released the single mrs robinson in one thousand nine hundred one ringo starr and actress barbara got married paul mccartney and george harrison attended that ceremony and in one thousand nine hundred david bowie began the us leg of his sound and vision world tour he said.
1 dead in Southwest Airlines flight emergency landing in Philadelphia
"The evening a southwest airlines passenger plane forced to make an emergency landing in philadelphia earlier today the ntsb says one one person is dead after the new york to dallas flight lost one of its engines causing damage to the fuselage in midflight a piece of shrapnel blew out one of the windows the philadelphia fire commissioner describes what first responders saw they found a fuel leak and a small fire and one of the engines on the seven thirty seven aircraft the passenger who died has been identified as a wells fargo bank executive from new mexico a mother of two we're told seven other persons did have minor injuries and were treated at the scene meanwhile in orlando a small plane crash about noon today closed all of the runways at arlando executive airport for a short time fire department officials say the aircraft reported issues with its landing gear no one was injured wbz be over where orlando turns first first of the year weather i'm meteorologist george waldenberger tracking is very nice weather this afternoon temperatures will fall off tonight it will be cool but not as chilly as last night by morning we're expecting fifty five degrees we'll have a look at your extended five day forecast four times an hour and i'm john doe slain checking our interactive radar we have beautiful clear skies throughout the orlando area and yes the temperatures will get down to the mid fifties in some areas the upper fifties in other areas continuing our team coverage if you waited until today to gas up your car you're paying too much well that depends of course but aaa says prices at the pump now or at the highest they've been all year the state averages to sixty eight a gallon and hasn't been this high since late september of last year and it could go even higher this summer one reason summer gasoline costs more to make and if we have another hurricane well you don't wanna know joe ruble.