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"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock good afternoon I'm told cope and here's what's happening well we've got a let up in the heavy rain that we had earlier today but still a damn foggy day New England I hear the meteorologist Dave Samuel is here with us now and Dave some really warm temperatures this afternoon for this time of year yeah that's right temperatures approaching sixty across here very well above the average which is in the lower forties record high sixty six probably won't make it there but we've been is worth fifty eight already in downtown Boston will stake a dampened foggy but warm through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening that around nine or ten o'clock when we're really pick up as a cold front moves through I'll bring a few showers as well and we'll see temperatures dropping overnight but only to forty two and it will stay in the forties tomorrow but the media with tomorrow is the high winds will have wind gusts as high as fifty miles per hour throughout the day colder drills at a bar and I will have a little twenty nine and it stays cold Monday with temperatures in the thirties and that's important because we have a lot of moisture heading our way that arrives Monday night and Tuesday looks like a so changing the ice and rain of that are worse conditions will be northwest Abbas but everybody could get a few inches of snow before the changeover on accu weather's Dave Saville WBZ Boston suse radio all right thanks Dave course will keep you updated on the weather situation throughout the afternoon steamship authority says ferry service between Cape Cod and the islands has been disrupted today that's because of high winds stormy seas several trips from Hyannis to Nantucket have been canceled National Weather Service issuing a high wind warning for Cape Cod Martha's vineyard and Nantucket steamship authority advising everybody that keep checking their website for any possible changes in the ferry schedules and with today's wet weather store drive in Boston was more like a river than a street at times parts of the road closed at times of mass have because of high water there the bunker over past also close to times we'll have an update for you on traffic of course on the three is just about a minute never mind the weather you with the have thought it was the middle of summer in the back bay today in Boston that's for nearly two hundred people ran through the streets in the speedos WBZ sherry small explaining what started twenty years ago as a crazy fun stunt among a handful of guys is now blossomed into a holiday tradition for a good cause the Santa speedo run is raised over one point seven five million dollars for the play ball foundation funding youth team sports it's a fifty years Scott Davies has run job we've had yours or his bags sunny and warm we've had years where it's back and three inches of snow on the ground and I mean this is the first one where it's warm and raining almost two hundred nearly naked runners ran through back bay raising about a hundred thousand dollars he turned a lot heads when you're out there we DO yeah you turn a lot everybody stopped and stared I mean you feel like it was coming down the.
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Right now fifty seven degrees in San Francisco and sixty two in Concord fifty six in Santa Rosa sixty one in San Jose it's going to get much warmer in the East Bay triple digits expected this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon there are about a hundred Democrats in the house of representatives and one independent to former Republican who supports starting impeachment proceedings against president trump one of the Democrats as representative Andy Levin of Michigan tonight the district who joins us now live in thanks for being with us Hey it's great to see what he's got a hundred is not even a majority of the two hundred thirty five house Democrats so what what do you tell fellow Democrats who may say I it looks I just don't think we have the votes you know I I really think that all this sort of horse race tracking and vote counting misses the point it most of my democratic colleagues believe as I do that Donald Trump commits impeachable offenses every day he's in office he violates the emoluments clause by taking money from foreign governments in many different ways to use properties imagine being invited as a new member of Congress to buy a foreign government to an offense that they're paying for at the trump hotel which is the founding he he violates other norms by turning the the presidency into a piggy bank not just to foreign governments so things go far beyond the mother report the question is how to proceed strategically and whether whether we can succeed with an impeachment process well and you know a hundred of us say that the best way to proceed is to go ahead and start increase because it will be more focused more expeditious and we'll get the information to the American people in a way that they're used to getting it through their streams and their television the main did you know Mister Levin you are from a political family or the nephew of former senator your father when chilled your ninth district seat president trump isn't winning any popularity polls at the moment but not others impeachment in fact we found a poll of the Detroit news that says fifty three percent of voters in Michigan opposed to impeachment hearings so could calling for impeachment just wind up harming democratic candidates especially in swing districts in your own swing state well I don't think so and in any event there's a little problem we took an oath of office that says we hold the constitution and I really don't think impeachment is a question for popularity contest you know that the Congress that we have a job description from the constitution says that we have to pass legislation and holds ministration to account and saying we should legislate but not investigate it's like saying a teacher should instruct but not great papers or of ministers preach but not mayor you're very anyone in our flock I mean this is a constitutional obligation of ours and we need to carry it out with seriousness and I actually if you want my thought about the wisdom of the immense wisdom of the American public I think they will not be happy with us if they feel like we're cynical or just doing things for political gain so we've got to we've got undertaker John Scott whatever it may be well let me let me put it this way that there is a there's a lot of urgent news in the world even this week because North Korea Iran Syria immigration what's going on at the southern border doesn't impeachment take up months of time and attention and effort that Congress really should apply to getting a lot of other important things done Scott if you all would only cover the other work we're doing like you're obsessed with each month I here's the thing all right there we did call you about this but go ahead yeah no seriously I'm not I'm not I'm a newbie here and just a freshman just think of the body of work we've already built in the house of representatives we passed legislation to protect people with pre existing conditions we passed legislation to control out of control prescription drug prices we've raised the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty five which would give thirty three million Americans arrays we've just protected the pensions of million Americans you know I could go on and I wish the media would focus more on all that the legislation were passing to protect the American people and how the Senate should get in the game and work with us on that we don't have a choice but to oversee the administration and we just need to investigate in the most expeditious and effective way possible view of many of us that still go ahead and get going with impeachment Caruso would get the information to the American people representative and eleven of Michigan thanks so much thanks god appreciate your interest and impeachment proceedings were all set to begin in Puerto Rico against the governor there but just before midnight Wednesday after days of protest the governor announces resignation governor Rocio will leave office next week in pairs David welna is in San Juan David thanks for being with us good morning Scott remind us how this remarkable turn of events came about well governor Rosie had already come under a lot of criticism for graft in his administration and how poorly he handled the hurricane Maria disaster a couple of years ago but what really detonated this grassroots movement that pushed him from power was the publication two weeks ago of nearly nine hundred pages of a private online chat group that he was part of now the governors nickname is Ricky so of course these quickly became known as the regulates and they were filled with sexist homophobic remarks in even jokes about hurricane victims the daily demonstrations kept growing and this week Congress announced impeachment proceedings and then he announced his resignation we've seen the protest what's what's been the even larger public reaction to a governor Rosales resignation well you know this place just exploded with rejoicing when he announced that in many here see this as a real show of people power a popular uprising that had no clear leaders but still got the job done I talk with Deepak lamp in the end is an economist who took part in the protest about what it means that Rosales bowing out and here's what he had to say I think it opens up a window for us to say when we get tired of being put down one we are marked down when we are disregarded we have the power to take to the streets we have the power to raise our voice and to make ourselves heard and take action and make things happen David who is unlikely to be the next person to to occupy the the fortresses the governor's mansion is known in San Juan well by law next in line to be the governor would be the secretary of state but he quit after the Ricky the scandal broke so after him comes the secretary of justice Wanda Vasquez she says she's ready to be sworn in as governor next Friday which is one for us Rosales says he'll step down but the people who wanted Bhosale phase should just be more of the same I asked the university professor named leader or to I'm his at a street rally if she and her friends were on board with us his becoming the second woman to serve as governor here here's what she told me we're not in the center of a multiple controversies asks secretary of dusted his really have not done that type of job that the position requires and what's more this woman who would appear to be Rossio successor is.
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's fifty seven degrees in sunny in Boston at eight o'clock. Good morning, everyone. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. Police are investigating after a body was discovered at the William J Devine golf course at Franklin park in Dorchester yesterday. These responding to a brushfire at the golf course found the body and began a death investigation the cause of death has not been determined and the identity of the victim has not been released as tensions in the Persian Gulf increased Democrats in the house will meet with former CIA director, John Brennan next Tuesday, Brennan is a critic of President Trump will meet with Democrats in a private caucus meeting, the meeting with Brennan, and Wendy Sherman who helped negotiate the Iran, nuclear deal is an effort by Democrats to counter program. The Trump administration's closed door briefing lawmakers also planned for Tuesday. Democratic lawmakers are likely to go to both. Well, the president is downplaying potential military conflict with Iran, the FAA issued a warning to airliners operating in the Persian Gulf about possible danger from Iran ten. Engines, ABC's checks Iverson has reaction tensions in the Persian Gulf somebody with missiles could mistake, a commercial jetliner for a military plane says the FAA to airlines have rowdy the airplanes. More than anything else. All the airlines involved, they're going to act responsibly. Regard to this ABC news aviation analyst author, retired pilot John Nance numerous potential triggers, they could cause shoot down an airliner and certainly we've seen some of the past Malaysian Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine in two thousand fourteen Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. A happy ending in Fort Worth, Texas. An amber alert for eight-year-old Salem Sabotka has ended successfully. The girl was snatched from her mother's side on the street while they walked together Fort Worth police tweeting early this morning. We got her ABC's area, Rachef reports the girl said to be in good condition. Is now back with their family police. A fifty one year old man approach Salem Sabotka and her mother while they were out for a walk snatching. The little girl Saturday evening, law enforcement, issuing a statewide, amber alert less than twelve hours later to church. Members heating law. Enforcement's call for help on social media spotting the vehicle in a parking lot. The parking lot was at a. Hotel about ten miles southeast of Fort Worth. Police busted down the door of the room where they say the suspect was holding Salem. He's now in custody facing aggravated kidnapping charges a vigil outside the combat center in Needham, just days after it was targeted by an arsonist. WBZ TV's, Tiffany, Chan reports that this was one of several fires that seemed to be targeting Jewish people. Arm-in-arm they prayed, and they say, indescribable..
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have we got fifty seven degrees at four o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. An active shooter situation in a warehouse Aurora, Illinois, that's just outside Chicago. The shooter is still on the loose. It's unclear how many victims there are. But there are reports of several police officer shot as well as several civilians and again at last word that shooter has not been taken out. A couple of local schools are on lockdown reports are that the shooter is an employee there. President Trump today declaring a national emergency to get the billions of dollars. He wants for the border wall. The president today saying national security is threatened without the wall. We're talking about an invasion of our country. With drugs with human traffickers. With all types of criminals, and gangs and this afternoon. Congressional leaders are responding to the president's declaration house and Senate leaders Nancy Pelosi, and Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement condemning the announcement. They said it was quote plainly a power grab by disappointed. President who didn't get what he wanted from congress said they would challenge the president's constitutional authority in congress in the courts, and in public Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell had previously warned the president against declaring a national emergency. But now that it's done McConnell issued a statement calling it quote, predictable and understandable alley Rogan ABC news Washington, and the president did also today sign a budget compromise to keep the government open. A second partial shutdown was to go into effect after tonight without the president's signature, New York City controller Scott Stringer's, as mayor Blasios shoulders substantial blame for the cancelled Amazon deal in Long Island city, queens controller stringer says the mayor should have known better than to think a deal with three billion dollars in tax subsidies could survive after being in a Goshi aided in. Secret. You can't just do something behind closed doors, then make it public and then hide under your desk while this is all going on absolutely unacceptable in this city. You gotta come out and you got to leave. He says while it's possible. The deal would have offered long term financial benefit to the city. He called it a shame. How the process played out? The mayor blamed Amazon's lack of toughness and scuttling the agreement James flippin for seven ten W O R three firefighters continue to recover today. From injuries suffered in a huge fire at a fort Lee apartment building near Mark Sokolow. It says the blaze broke out in the basement of the five story. Lynwood park co op building located along Edwin avenue mirror three injuries..
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"The cotton monument. It commemorates a massacre of polish people by the Soviet Union during World War Two. But Jersey City mayor Steven Fulop had hoped to relocated as part of renovation of the city plaza. Now, it is now the case that Phillips announcement didn't go over. Well, and the statute will stay word is community. Outrage has one out the city council voted this morning to leave it at exchange place in perpetuity tonight. We have a forty percent chance of showers mostly before nine o'clock lows around forty five degrees. Currently, it's fifty seven degrees. It's foggy in central park at five. Oh, six. Support for NPR comes from Annapurna pictures with vice starring Christian bale, Amy Adams, Steve corral Sam Rockwell in Tyler Perry. A behind the scenes look at American power based on a true story in theaters everywhere. Christmas day. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And Mary Louise Kelley majority leader Mitch McConnell says he is distressed Nebraska Republican Vince asked calls it a sad day for America. And Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat describes it as a national security crisis. All senators all talking about the resignation of secretary of defense, Jim Mattis. I am joined now by another Senator Tim Kaine democrat of Virginia Cain sits on the Armed Services Committee, which will have to confirm whoever is nominated to succeed. Mattis Senator Kaine welcome. Could it be on the show? Thanks so much. I gather you're not happy about secretary Mattis impending departure either. No, look, I've been in public life for twenty five years. I'm an armed services member from a state. That's connected to the military. I have a son in the Marine Corps secretary Mattis has one of the best public servants. I've worked with in my career and his resignation, and especially the asserted reasons for the resignation should 'cause every American to be really really worried. Although was this inevitable Madison self in the resignation letter that I soon you're referring to there. He said the president deserves a Defense Secretary who shares his vision of the world, I think that's very diplomatically put. But if you look at the letter, basically, what secretary Mattis says is this that the two pillars of American security that are constant. And this is a guy who spent more than four decades providing security is a marine is one building strong alliances among democracies and second standing up. To thorough -tarian adversaries, and he basically said Mr President on these two values you and I disagree, and we've certainly seen in a president who undercuts allies at many opportunities using national security waivers to punish Canada and Europe, for example, and then cosies up to a thorough Teheran's such as Russia and and Kim Jong Hoon in North Korea. And that reason asserted by secretary Mattis is very very troubling. Have you talked to him if you talk to dramatically? I have not talked to him since the announcement. The announcement set off a firestorm now leave news, but ambassadors of European and other allies reaching out to Senator saying sort of what's going on announcements this week about Syrian Afghanistan, obviously, causing huge concerns among allies who were side by side with us. In those theaters. I mentioned it's your committee armed services that will have to vote on whoever is named to succeed him. Who would you like to see? You know, it's too early to say that there's a person that I'd like to see, but I want somebody who will be willing to stand up and speak truth to power one of the challenges. And this administration is those who do general McMaster, the national security advisor and secretary Mattis, they get pushed aside, but we need people who are experienced who will look the president in the eye and and speak truth. And if the president can handle it he can't handle it. But I don't want an enabler. There's been too many neighbors around this president and the first two years like bobbleheads saying yes to everything, and that's not what this country needs right now changing gears. We're speaking to you from Capitol Hill. Are you all making any progress on a voiding a government shutdown at stroke of midnight? Well, we had a bipartisan deal just two days ago passed the Senate unanimously with the blessing of the White House, but the president yesterday decided to do a one eighty and say he now if you can't get five billion hill shutdown government and punish eight hundred thousand plus federal employees. Who would not get as long as there's a shutdown? Yeah. I heard you on Sarah calling him the Grinch about to steal Christmas, which I will give you credit. It's a good line. But subsidies. Senator or else? Well, thousands of people who are going to have to work without being paid over the holidays. You're you're absolutely right. And that was what we did when we gave them a bipartisan deal less than forty eight hours ago that he agreed to I know. But here we are society afternoon. So what happens? Well, what's going on? Right now is the vice president, Jared, Kushner, and Mick Mulvaney. The new chief of staff were up talking to Senator Schumer, and we're seeing reports out of that meeting that there may be an announcement soon about a path forward possibly a deal. I understand those administration officials went over to talk to speaker Ryan. So this is very much kind of a work in progress right now, no reason to shut the government down. Absolutely. None just a few seconds left. But, but we're also hearing from Shimer's office, and they're saying that this deal would involve funding for border security, but not the wall would you vote for that? I voted for it many many times comprehensive immigration reform and twenty thirteen head border security money. We offered the president deal in February with border security money. He turned it down border security is something that we all support. All right. Thank you so much Senator. Alright thanks much Virginia. Democrat Tim Kaine and we are talking with other Republicans elsewhere on the show. I interview Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg had surgery today for early stage lung cancer the odds for a full recovery from the disease at that stage have dramatically improved in recent years. That said this is the eighty five year old liberal
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty seven degrees in Boston. We had a major rally on Wall Street today. Post-election also tonight Columbia gas crews confirm they found a small gas leak in an oven at Lawrence high school. The company says the leak was isolated and the situation is now deemed safe local news and more coming up. But right now, it's the CBS evening news. Jeff glory. CBS evening news this Wednesday the ground shakes in Washington. Sessions is out as attorney general Pelosi could be back as speaker as Democrats take the house. A Muller critic will now oversee the Russian Vesta Gatien and the president and the press go at it in a vitriolic news conference. We will have all of that. And more starting with the headlines in sixty seven. Attorney general Jeff Sessions is out. Now, the big question is what happens next. I do think we're doing to a constitutional crisis trust, the Justice it signals to Robert Muller that charge and let's wrap. This thing up power will be divided on Capitol Hill starting in January. I think this was a report card for Donald Trump. And he got kind of a split decision. I'll be honest. I think it was a great. Thank you. Should let me run the country you run CNN. That's enough. Put down the mic fireworks from the East Room. As President Trump repeatedly clashing with members of the media. That's such a racist question. Sit down I didn't call you. I didn't call you. You are a rude. Terrible person can people want to put an end to unchecked GOP control of Washington. Democrats now control the house. That means a lot of subpoenas potentially a lot of investigations, the president said very clearly either, you investigate me or we cut deals. You cannot have both. A record number of women in minorities. One in closely watched races across the country. Congress is going to be the most diverse ever. We don't just welcome immigrants, but we send them to Washington. Good evening. I'm Jeff floor. We are going.
New York Weather Report
"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 seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifty seven degrees. Partly cloudy at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Kristen marks. Senator Chuck Schumer is criticizing the NTSB saying the agency has fallen short of its pledged to investigate limousine crashes speaking in Manhattan earlier today, the democrat said that in fact, the agency hasn't investigated a single crash since it vowed to enact better safety regulations for limos in two thousand fifteen after four women were killed in a limo wreck on Long Island. Schumer's call comes after last weekend's deadly limo crash upstate that killed twenty people. The search continues for two people missing after a small plane crashed into the ocean off the Hamptons a third percent died when the aircraft hit the ocean and broke into three parts yesterday morning. The plane had taken off from an airport in Connecticut and was heading to Charleston, South Carolina. When it crashed Senator Marco Rubio is calling the aftermath of hurricane Michael disaster. Everyone's doing the best they can the state government is the lead response agency. They're the ones in charge of the response. The federal government steps in and provides them. They need. Our job is to make sure the federal government is providing whatever the state is asking for the Florida Republican on CNN state of the union the category. Four storm left a path of destruction. In the Florida Florida panhandle last week the Saudi Arabian government is threatening action of its own. If President Trump follows through on inflicting severe punishment on the country, if they're behind the killing of a Washington Post journalist Saudi Arabia's official press agency said today if economic sanctions or other forms of punishment were imposed on the country, they will respond with even greater action..
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Currently fifty seven degrees under cloudy skies in Boston on this Monday September twenty fourth good morning and thanks for joining us. I'm Josh binswanger. WBZ news we go to Capitol Hill new allegations of sexual misconduct against judge. Brett Cavanaugh has the White House on the defensive this morning as President Trump's nominee for the supreme court is now looking far from sure thing the allegations against judge cavenaugh often when he was a teenager. Everything is being said is not does not comport with the judge cavenaugh. The all these women who have dealt with him impression situation throughout his adult life in his career have said about him. That's presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway on CBS this morning for the latest now, we're joined by ABC news. Correspondent Karen Travers from the White House. Good morning. Karen? Good morning. So the president is standing by his nominee firmly. The White House put out a statement saying the White House stands firmly behind judge Cavanaugh they called this an uncorroborated claim this allegation made in the New Yorker yesterday and said it's the latest in a coordinated smear campaign. The Democrats designed to tear down a good man Cavanaugh himself put out a statement saying the alleged event did not happen. And he called it a smear plain and simple. We're told that the president on Sunday at least one Mercedes with an associate about this new allegations before the New Yorker published it and a source familiar with situation tells us president still standing Mike avenue, all this new allegation involves a number of other witnesses who were there at this alleged party at Yale University word that there's the process down on tracking those people. Oh, yeah. This is because of course, it's just in this piece right now, the Democrats on the judiciary committee are saying that these new allegations should be referred to the FBI for investigation. Unlikely that the Republicans are going to do that given that they haven't done it with Christine Blasi Ford's allegation to Debra Ramirez. The woman who's making this allegation against Cavanaugh says that there are some gaps in her memory due to the drinking that was happening at the party. But the New Yorker did speak to other classmates who remember hearing about the event elsewhere legal the president is holding off on firing deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein after a New York Times piece reported he wants suggested the president recording the president and then removing him via the twenty fifth amendment. Where does that stand? Pretty incredible piece of from the New York Times on Sunday last Friday, but we're told the president grew irate after reading it. No surprise. But that he spoke to his aides. He pulled the people close to him what he should do. And for now, that's the key there for now. He's backed off the idea of firing him. We know, of course, this is something that's been simmering for many months, and the president has not been happy with Rosenstein. Made that very clear in tweets and public comments. But he did an interview over the weekend and said that he's not unsettled by the report, but did say he's looking into it. Karen? Thank you very much. That's ABC White House. Correspondent Karen Travers. Joining us from Washington this morning. BC news time seven thirty three..
"fifty seven degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"Fifty seven degrees at seven o'clock. I've dick Haefner. WJR news the dangerous hurricane Florence is steadily making her way to the US east coast. The town manager for Carolina beach, North Carolina. Michael Kramer, says he is recommending everybody get out by tonight's deadline. Everyone hasn't gotten out as of yet our eight pm curfew and evacuation. Order still has a little bit of time left on it. A hurricane is centered. Five hundred seventy five miles southeast of Cape. Fear North Carolina moving at seventeen miles an hour. Strengthening as it moves meteorologist Chad Myers says the giants dorm is certain to cause much destruction on the coast of the Carolinas thirty miles per hour. Wind gusts one hundred sixty still moving west northwest at seventeen miles per hour. It's a category for it is not intensely forecast to be a five. Is forecast to be one forty five you need to be one fifty six to get to that five category. But don't let that fool you. It is a big storm with big impacts in many places Wilmington North Carolina bar owner Maki Brandis says, Nope, she's not moving on a small business at a house. And I want to be here in case anything happens if I need to call my insurance companies if I need to take care of damage or on my property, whether it's the bar or my residents, I want to be here. There's another big storm that you've probably not heard about a super typhoon barreling down on southeast Asia. It is super typhoon Mang hut and Hong Kong and Macau are square in the path of super typhoon Mang hut, which is the equivalent of a category. Five atlantic. Hurricane complaints over bad, water and Detroit schools boiled over at a school board meeting last night. The first of the school year the school superintendent has ordered the water fons turned off at all of the Detroit public schools because of lead and copper traces found in the water. Some of the buildings. This resident tells the board investigate whether or not some of those contractors that.
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"We have recovered from that earlier construction zone on the inner loop at green spring that's back to normal but the sunshine is right in your face at park heights avenue the west side has a slight build up now through the construction area beginning right at route forty west hammer clear good to go with both the tunnels and the key bridge i'm chuck would occur we're traffic and weather first i'll talk radio six eighty wcbs you wcbs weather channel forecast sunshine and high of eighty seven degrees today current temperatures ryan in our view this right now we have fifty nine degrees and in denton fifty seven degrees coming up on the news at six thirty the recount is called for in the baltimore county race for county executives and maryland's own evil knievel travis pastrana had a great night last night out in vegas the davidson ville maryland native successfully starting off by jumping fifty two cars with his motorcycle now there are over fifty cars they're evil knievel did this back in seventy three fifty two cars and you think that's a pretty good night right well pastrana wasn't done yet ladies and gentlemen travis pastrana second time tonight travis pastrana is done it again sixteen greyhound buses and another history and the top it all off last night pastrana then successfully jumps the caesar's palace fountains i think this is going to be travis travis pastrana
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"Of the mets iheart radio station fifty seven degrees sunny and breezy at eight o'clock good morning i'm terry mccreary folks who use the path on weekends are going to have to find another way for the foreseeable future scott pringle reports riders are certainly not thrilled that the path will be down for sixteen straight weekends here matt surprising path is done this many times it's mandatory so it's unfortunate what's the plan go into the city or take the ferry the weekend path closures that world trade center and here at exchange place to allow workers to install positive train control technology that can automatically down a train the technology will also be installed along the thirty third street line we can closures at those path station start next weekend in jersey city i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or government says it may need more time to reunite some of the immigrant families at separated a federal court order gives the administration until tuesday to reunite children under age five with their parents tech billionaire elon musk is sending a team of engineers to thailand to help rescue twelve boys stuck in a flooded cave a musk spokesman said his engineers could use the latest technology to pinpoint the boys exact location pump water out of the cave and provide tesla battery power checking your w o r sports mets five one over tampa jose bautisita first pitch fastball.
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"It is fifty seven degrees in seattle more than twenty three hundred suspected online child sex offenders arrested in nationwide sting including forty seven in washington state komo's bill o'neil has more operation broken heart targeted suspects who produce distribute receive and possess child pornography as well as those who entice children online and engage in the sex trafficking of children the department of justice says more than forty five hundred federal state local and tribal law enforcement agencies took part in the operation in march april and may investigating more than twenty five thousand complaints authorities say washington state ranks fifth in the country and peer to peer sharing of child pornography at least nine of those who were arrested here will be prosecuted federally below neil komo news in what high school is really for the deaths of two students in just forty eight hours one of them apparently by suicide for members of band and both were on the football team kelly franson is with the edmonds school district the district announced over the weekend that an eleventh grade boy had died by suicide then revealed on monday the boys close friends senior had also died but investigators say his death appears to be due to natural causes teachers in mukilteo are one step closer to going on strike komo's eric heintz reports the latest effort vote monday the unions bargaining committee was given the authority to call a strike if there's no tentative agreement to consider by august fifteenth a second vote this time electronially will be held for teachers who were unable to attend monday's meeting at issue is the union's demand to bargain over how the district spends an increase of funds following the resolution of the mccleary lawsuit the everett herald reports leadership wants to renegotiate its contract which runs through august of twenty nineteen the district has rejected that request besides salary sticking points include family medical leave act issues and shared leave eric heintz komo news well wildfire season is here tonight the first major fire where the seasons burning in grant county the soap lake fires burning more than two thousand acres along highway seventeen firefighters have been working hard since it started yesterday and the fires now fifty percent contained the evacuation levels have been downgraded but windy night is ahead which could push.
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"It's wbz fifty seven degrees and today either oh i don't know kind of perfect really sun and clouds not as cool high seventy degrees i hope you can do something if you're not working maybe you wanna walk think about it walking walking is living my friends there's gotta be somewhere near you where you can walk kits indecent shoes decent shoes matter don't cheap out on the shoes i i got i'm kind of a shoe person which well if i known when i was younger it'd be better i wish i'd known it's better to buy a few expensive things than a bunch of junk so now i have few nice shoes for walking i recommend i got these solomon ski boot people they make really good shoe it's expensive it's very light weight and it as a lot of structure which is what i like all right wbz i'm gonna just run some things by you please feel free to talk about anything you like longtime ago i had this idea turns out people that had the idea before i had had it and they're having it again i thought of it independently but i didn't think of it i nat is this you're gonna get planes with no windows and instead of windows your guide to have video screens a video screens can be what is outside they can look like a window my my idea was that the entire tube the inside of the fuselage would be a video screen and you could have cameras that are all around the fuselage in the exterior sending in what they see outside so it'd be almost as if your seat wasn't in anything but just floating through the sky you wouldn't see the side of the plane you would only see the video screens which would be of what is outside so it would feel like you're outside wild right if you hit clouds you'd see the clouds coming to go from food food it probably make people dizzy also you can have a look out the window and it'd be tahiti all the whole side of the plane could be tahiti or alaska i believe that there are some fancy seats at some fancy plans that you're able to get something like this but it's a big deal because plans will be able to not have actual windows which will make it easier and cheaper to build the fuselage can make it out of lighter better stuff the.
Uber driver fatally shoots passenger on Denver interstate
"To get down to around fifty seven degrees or so and we're looking at a high tomorrow in the low seventies yeah it's not bad at all now there are some showers out there this evening most of it to the north and to the west so that's just one caveat but other than that it doesn't look too bad and your saturday looks great we're going to get you to around seventy three degrees take advantage because of rain will be back on sunday in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now in downtown seattle decent early evening we have sixty seven degrees komo news time six thirty five police and colorado state it's still unclear what led to a deadly shooting inside an uber car early this morning driver stating he just shot a passenger passenger fortyfiveyearold young kim shot multiple times denver police trying cpr but he did not survive the interstate where it happened shut down for hours the driver twenty nine year old michael hancock is now facing a first degree murder charge hancock allegedly told a witness he opened fire because his passenger attacked him clinton said doll reporting komo news time is six thirty six you're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico of similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will too with that in mind we need to make sure that we have the protocols for mutual aid assistance in place to execute immediately that is governor ricardo rosello of puerto rico on this first day of hurricane season the southeast has already experienced a higher than normal amount of rainfall and subsequent flooding and it doesn't show any signs of letting up for more will could be a very rough hurricane season we say hello to abc's pete combs he joins us from atlanta be what are the forecasters saying about per cain season two thousand eighteen well it's going to be another active season just the kind of activity we've seen over the past couple of years and one of the things that i think everyone is very concerned about here in the.
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"Is six nineteen we've got fifty seven degrees and cloudy skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now boston police investigating a fatal hit and run accident and madam penn they're looking for a taxi driver who may have seen the whole thing meantime anyone with information is urged to contact the suffolk county state police detective unit a man take into cape cod hospital after being hit by a car in hyannis yesterday morning was eventually flown to rhode island hospital in providence the man is in stable but critical condition and former president george h w bush was out meeting veterans he attended a pancake breakfasts that at american legion post in kennebunkport maine mr bush arrived in the town last week about a month after his wife barbara passed away well apparently there's a market for vintage gene you've heard of levi's original five oh one button flies well these pretty much are the real deal a pair of one hundred twenty five year old jeans have a new owner somewhere in southeast asia daniel buck auction says an agreement with the buyer prevents it from providing the buyer's name exact location or the exact cost but says that they sold for nearly one hundred thousand dollars same pants failed to sell at auction two years ago they were originally purchased in eighteen ninety three by a storekeeper in what was then the arizona territory and were kept for decades in a trunk daria albinger abc news under if they have patches on them wbz news time six twenty by memorial day there will be hundreds of thousands of american.
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"Exte wjr news are meadowland rim wgn news time six oh to currently it's fifty seven degrees texas lawmakers will meet next week to discuss ways to improve safety measures at texas schools following a school shooting at santa fe high school south of houston that left ten people dead here in the metro detroit area some students have become more anxious because of school shootings wjr's ken rogulski reports from royal oak school shootings have become so frequent that ray bowers says her ten year old son has become afraid and apprehensive he's got anxiety as far as school goes they had a tornado drill my sign was so scared that he thought it was shooting and he started he was crying when he got picked up but that's what i'm saying is that anxiety is there miss bauer says her son drew pictures of him using chairs in the classroom to protect himself if there ever was a shooter in royal oak ken rogulski wjr news the trump administration is moving ahead with plans to ease fuel efficiency standards the transportation department has drafted a proposal that would freeze vehicle requirements at twenty twenty level through twenty twenty six california has been allowed by epa waiver for years to impose stricter standards on vehicle emissions california and some other states are trying to block the weakening of the tighter rules auto companies want one national standard and industry executives are walking a tightrope between tougher regulations and giving the people big vehicles that they're buying and that make money for the company's dick hafner wjr news the casino and hotel at caesars windsor will remain close after a sensitive agreement was voted down by employee's caesars windsor officials said fifty three percent of unionized employees voted down the second tentative agreement between caesars windsor and uniform local four forty four they say workers will continue to be on strike and the property will be closed to the public until a new agreement it is reached and ratified at the end of april michigan state police and several other local agencies conducted operation ghost rider along in fifty nine in mccomb and oakland counties.
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"About fifty five but at that point by the time we get to five pm it's still about the mid fifties for the most part maybe even getting a little bit warmer than that so that's what's happening in the near time and in terms of the moisture here which is still going to be a factor you will have some things to deal with your commute tomorrow morning you can see it on the future cast by three thirty in the afternoon we've just pretty much got some scattered showers in there once we jump ahead to friday watch what happens here we start seeing all of that moisture beginning to move to the south that's building and that higher pressure of getting ready for more sunshine to come on in so that's the progression of all of this let's talk about what's going to happen at your house tomorrow we've got most of you in the upper fifties so for example fifty seven degrees fifty eight in yeah we've got about fifty eight as i mentioned up on the plateau sixty in auburn and a chance of some showers throughout the day no doubt about it but it shouldn't be a show stopper i think you can get where you want to go and not worry about it too much up in an accord is you're looking at temperatures in the fifties as well poor towns in about fifty five degrees over on the coast it's leaning on the cool side as well but inland it's a little bit warmer so centralia about sixty degrees or thereabouts long beach will be right around fifty four if you're traveling to eastern washington it's not the usual warm weather over there well it's warmer than what we're having over here but instead of being in the seventies and eighties well it's obviously much cooler than that in the mountains forty five hundred feet on the freezing level okay so tonight forty nine degrees scattered showers tomorrow well still some showers lingered around high temperature somewhere around the upper fifties i'll be back in a little bit with the seven day outlook it looks good for your mother and it also looks good for folks at like eighty degrees stick around on how that coming up all right thank you back now live to andrews air force base where.
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"A high of fifty seven degrees it'll clear out but a cold front moving through is now gonna drop down to thirty nine for the low tonight and partly cloudy with a high of forty seven degrees for tomorrow so spring was here briefly just for quick little visit and our heading back towards more wintry weather current temperatures dodger in cockeysville all right now we have forty eight degrees in mount airy forty nine degrees coming up on the news at six this morning whether the dozen people victimized by a weekend of violence in baltimore whatever all time favorites are li army he played the drill instructor and full metal jacket the sergeant harley army who was actually a marine corps as as passed away at the age of seventy four he made a career in hollywood playing hard nose military men like gunny hartman in stanley kubrick's full metal jacket he appeared on this program on a couple of occasions to promote his books and we thought we'd be pay tribute to to the sarge with a scene from full metal jacket hartman your senior factor from now on you will speak only one spoken to and the first and last words out of your filthy sewers will be served megabits understand that ladies leave my recruit it will be a weapon you will be a minister of brain for wall but until that day you are the lowest form of life on earth so you're killin see your face more face more you didn't get benched me let me see your real war you don't scare me are army served eleven years in the united states marine corps fourteen months in mom then in okinawa where he became a staff sergeant and then what a nice guy he was the real deal and he left us a message a jock specifically for you not not not sure i have no answer sir yes sir oh boy what a character one i would get along now but again off the off the set when he was out of uniform when he wasn't a drill instructor and he wasn't playing one on the set you know ha's number talking about it because we had conversations with them on the phone just a nice man what a great man they love the united states he loved life and so we're sorry to see him go my late brother in.
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"Fifty seven degrees at three o'clock good morning i'm sue guzman dozens gathered in brooklyn park last night to remember a woman whose dismembered body was found this week in canarsie park a candlelight vigil held to remember twentysixyearold brandy odem opium's grandmother sabrina says this one has been a tough on thing on the family i'm devastated i can't believe is a whole family no arrests have been made and police have not yet determined the cost of teff police say a double murder in connecticut and the death of an infant in north carolina has ended with the apparent suicide of the gunman in dutchess county police discovered the bodies of a twenty year old north carolina woman and her adoptive father in a pickup truck in new milford yesterday morning both had been shot to death and then officials later found the body of fortythree year old stephen paddle in dover of a self inflicted gunshot wound plateau and his adoptive daughter his biological daughter was found dead in the truck the girl they were facing incest charges in north carolina and actually had a child together police in north carolina said that seven month old child was also found dead in an apartment in north carolina former fbi chief james comey is comparing president trump to a mob boss in his new book president trump saw his loyalty then fbi director james comey rights that is interactions with the white house left him feeling like he was being made the pledge allegiance to the mob in a higher loyalty set for release next week komi says the president made a demand that was like sammy the bull's cosa nostra induction ceremony the president had said i need loyalty komi responded you will always get honesty from me qomi said the president replied that's what i want honest loyalty to which qomi said you will get that from me aaron katersky abc news new york justice forcing he that was the rallying cry yesterday of a group on the steps of city hall the group wanting mayor to blasio and the nypd to release more information about the deadly shooting of thirty four year olds he'd vassal in brooklyn last week dozens of.
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"At fifty seven degrees and clear our top local story this hour senators chuck grassley in joni arts are continuing distress the epa that that the renewable fuel standards should not be messed with grassy arts and other senators met with epa administrator scott pruitt yesterday to explain to him why the agency should lead the rfs alone grassley told peru had that president trump promised to protect the rfs and grassy also stressed the economics of the policy the meeting comes as the epa is taking comments on on a plan that may reduce the total volume of renewable fuels over the next two years our top national story a bipartisan deal on a healthcare fix is being negotiated in the senate tennessee republican senator lamar alexander and washington state democrat patty murray had been working on a shortterm fix involving healthcare subsidies they're looking at their bank accounts and their real live sing if the president is allowed to continue down the path he is headed on they are the ones that are going to pay the price murray on tuesday accused president trump of sabotaging obamacare by killing billions of dollars in subsidies for lower income people for his part trump signal his support for alexander and berry shortterm fix they're coming up and they're fairly close to a short term solution this lucia will be for about a year or two years and it'll get us over this intermediate harm trump said the white house has been involved in talks with the senators experts are working around the clock to fix a computer glitch an i was court system the problem has to do with the 'electronic filing of documents to acquiring order return they've heard coprah pretended litigant piling document widow will be occurred judicial branch spokesman steve davis says until it's fix they'll go old school and file paper documents and all things in moderation even exercise a new study from the university of illinois at chicago found that people who exercise more than seven hours a week.
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"Fifty seven degrees with clear skies in downtown seattle twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo komo news time is now 435 elected officials will certify the results of the august primary today and the latest this results show that it will be jenny durkin and carry moon in the general election for seattle mayor thirdplace candidate nikita oliver is not within the range that would trigger an automatic recount three people are arrested after breakins at three different pops plot shops all within one hour komos khorasan drew says detectives are trying to figure out if the crime sir connected to other burglaries in kit south county large rocks through glass doors that's how the sheriff's office says three suspects got into marijuana shops the in kitsap county we have an alarm company that called me and said hey is it a break and i said yes jeff brantley and net act considered the owner of highway 420 in gorst the suspects damaged the front doris she says that took off with some product from behind the counter it says aggravating that people think that they can take instead of work at a rebel healing on highway 16 in gorst another breakin but no product was taken a worker says the suspects caused more than one thousand dollars worth of damage with pretty quick they were in and out pretty quick christon waters is the owner of pacific cannabis in bremerton it's a big yet because because of our tax safin is so heavy in there in the marijuana for us to be closed down its devastating the good news for these pot shopowners two suspects ages nineteen eighteen and just sixteen were all arrested neighbor southern breaking into highway four twenty and called 911 police caught them after a pursuit it couldn't have been any better for such a bad situation and facts are now being held that they kent county jail and one at a juvenile detention center and qit'at county i'm chris.
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"Thirty fifty seven degrees and boston right now with sun and clouds were looking for a high around seventy two wbz news time 755 in time for keller at large here's wbz commentator jon callard there wasn't much schumer to be found in yesterday senate intelligence committee hearing featuring former fbi director james colmey but one moment was so absurd i had to laugh out loud maybe just to keep from crying at one point colmey described a conversation with then attorney general loretta lynch who he says asked him not to refer publicly to the fbi investigation of hillary clinton's misuse supercomputer as a quote investigation what schutte call it a quote matter she suggest it colmey has a good pokerfaced but he that he had to fight back a smirk it looked like to me he told the committee he agreed knowing that no one in the media would call it a matter and that proved to be true do they all called it what it was an investigation how ridiculous but this kind of stuff goes on all the time because if you control the language used to describe things you can then controlled the brandon and the public perception of what's going on considered the oxymoronic official name for obamacare the affordable care act which it has turned out not to be for many customers perhaps mindful of the backlash against the subterfuge the republicans named their recent doug of an obamacare replacement the american healthcare act which also disturbed scorn given how many millions of americans will lose their health care if it is enacted why do politicians think they can get away with this stuff because they think we are stupid and enough of us are to fuel the farce but let's not use that controversial word stupid let's just say some of us are counterintelligence thank you jon callard right now sun and clouds and boston in fifty seven degrees looking head to the weekend warming up for sure partly sunny tomorrow the high near eighty partly sunny for sunday the high in the low '90s adc did you know that the average person spent hours a week at the grocery store but you're not an average person are you there's a a better way to get fresh groceries and it's called fresh direct shop for farm fresh fruit and vegetables custom cut.