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Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round
"In alliance nebraska. Winters are cold and windy but for decades retired farmer rest. Fench has been growing tropical fruit year. Round without an energy intensive heating system we have thirteen. Varieties of citrus lemons. Limes ten angelo's tangerines. United finch heat is greenhouse with a geothermal system that takes advantage of the consistent temperatures. Eight feet underground. He first experimented geothermal energy forty years ago when he was building his home he devised a system that pulls air from underground tubes where it's fifty two degrees fahrenheit all year. It worked so well that he installed a similar system in his greenhouse fans. Circulate the air. But that's the only part of the system that uses electricity so it's good for the climate and he says the greenhouse cost less than a dollar a day to run we've taken the cost of energy completely out of the equation fench almost ninety years old and he's still growing fruit year round and now he's helping more people do the same. He sells geothermal. Greenhouse building kits so other small farmers can grow citrus in the snow.
NFL game predictions: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
"I game one. Oh five saturday. Currently it's six and a half. The colts visiting the bills. It opened as a seven point game. Sixty percent of the bats. Sixty percent of the money is on the bills. Michael will start with you where you going on this one but my number say i should go with the coast but i like the bills all week. I'm gonna go against and based on what you just gave me. You steered me off the ledge. I'm gonna go with buffalo. I think buffalo's the second best red zone team on third down in football this year. They're scoring at a rapid rate. I think brian daboll were really have a good handle on. The eib reflects defense. And when i look at philip rivers the last two games in january that he's played the baltimore game that they want was fifty two degrees but when he plays below forty one degrees. He's played three games. He's lost all three. I'm gonna go buffalo and since you me that the team wins their cover. So that i'm gonna pick tick. Buffalo galvin lead dude. Colts have ability to play down and up to teams. Let's go philip. Rivers five and two against the spread road. Playoff games rivers four. No wild card weekend and bills have the worst run defense of any team in the playoffs this year. Jonathan taylor to the todd town called cisco to keep it closer. We can't let it get away from of a ballgame all take the points. Bharti's going bills guppies with colts pat. I'm going with colts. Just because i don't want to have to wear Area who wanna
How Fast Can Lizards Evolve?
"We usually think of evolution as being near cosmetically slow process, and often it is after all living beings in our relationships with our environments can be really complex with dozens of genes, coming together to create the traits that help or hurt our chances of survival, but you don't have to be a germ or fruit fly or P. shoot to show change quickly. Today's episode is the strange story of a particularly swift lizard evolution. Stuff it's Christian Sager here so evolution takes time, but just how much time it takes is the issue. How long for instance did it take? Theropod dinosaurs to evolve into modern birds tens, if not hundreds of millions of years, but since the turn of the last century when American biologist Hermann bumpiest noticed that individuals sparrows in a population became larger as the result of one huge snowstorm, scientists have been observing instances of short bursts of evolutionary progress over a significantly brief period of time. definitive. Of rapid evolution are tough to come by though even in these days of advanced genetic testing, but a recent study published in the journal Science fines that over the course of just a few months green, a Noli lizards living in the area of the Mexico Texas border evolved rapid genetic tolerance to cold weather after an unusually frigid Winter Green Noli our warm weather reptiles that evolved on the Caribbean island of Cuba. They found their way to the mainland long ago, but a prolonged an extreme cold snap can really put the hurt on A. A population of no lease, the winter of twenty thirteen did just that before that year's famed polar vortex hit. However, the research team collected a no lease in August to find out just how cold one of these lizards could get before its motor function was compromised specifically, that is when it couldn't write itself. When it was knocked over, they collected no lease from five different sites across Texas and found that when gradually cooled in a chamber in the lab, the individuals from the southern most site became uncoordinated at around fifty two degrees Fahrenheit. Fahrenheit or eleven degrees Celsius, but the ones collected from the northern most site became unable to right themselves at around forty three degrees Fahrenheit or six degrees Celsius. Because the scientists already had genetic samples from the lizards in the first study when a few months later, temperatures plummeted to lowe's that hadn't been seen in fifteen years, the researchers went out and collected some of the surviving lizards from all five sites. They placed them in the same cooling chambers and found the southern. Most anomalies exhibited much more cold resistance than the ones had been. been collected back in the summer they could now stand strong in the face of forty three degrees, Fahrenheit or six degrees. Celsius aren a sequencing before and after the cold front also revealed significant differences between individuals from the southern genomic regions before and after the weather event by the way. Did you know that no lease? Living in urban areas have stinkier feet than their country cousins? Apparently, it's an evolutionary adaptation to having to cling to glass and metal now I want to be bitten by a radioactive ano- league so I can crawl wall.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A warm fifty two degrees with a few clouds in Boston well Boston takes a bold new step in the name of climate change WBZ's Laurie Kirby spoke with Chris cook chief of environment for the city of Boston they were very excited today to be signing into law we are passing a local wetlands ordinance as strong as the state or stronger than the states you're allowed to have a local wetland ordinance that actually strengthens the existing state law okay so so how does that realize itself in real terms we'll be able to look at areas of jurisdiction especially with proposed development to make sure that we're protecting critical resource areas but also it'll help us prepare for sea level rise in the coastal city we have to be aware of the fact that the climate change we're looking at forty into the sea of sea level rise between now in twenty seventeen we want to make sure that we're prepared for that with the buildings in the open spaces that where a contracting in our city yeah you're really rethinking everything how you actually build buildings letting water flow through a basement area correct yeah it's very important you know mayor Walsh is rated a staple in the hallmark of his administration to make sure that we are improving Boston curfew generation so here's the carbon neutrality goal to make sure that we're not contributing to climate change but he also wants to make sure that we adapt for the inevitable climate change or we're gonna see so as we want to prepare our city to continue to grow and thrive for all Bostonians we also make sure that we're doing in a smart way this weapons ordinance is another tool that we can use in adapting our city for climate change is this something that construction worker or businessman businesswoman would not like or is this something that's a win win for everybody no I think this is really strong for it not only the construction in the development industry but also for our city as a whole no one in the development community here in the construction community wants to create something that at rest and so what this will do is this will create clear performance standard that will work with the real estate community and others to develop those performance standards and can you give me one example without getting too in the weeds or the wetlands about what this will do well yeah I'll give you a concrete example so in the old model we would really relying on the about what plane maps and this enables us to actually use our map that take issue then took out things like wave action or neighborhood specific wall ability to sea level rise and so can actually expand our jurisdiction to look at properties and say Hey I know you feel like you're a little bit off the coast but actually you could be the victim of coastal flooding and so you need to start preparing your buildings to make sure that you understand that tell me why this gets you so enthusiastic crest well the reason I'm excited about it is it is go back to the climate straight the mayor going you know ten thousand kids out front of city hall plaza then you saw the climate strike all over the world what excites me what gets me out of bed every morning the fact that we're actually able to make changes to see these kids in the youth excited they want change they want to make sure they were gap thing for climate change they want to make sure there were mitigating our greenhouse gas emissions sort are comparing it so any day of the week passed a law that help those kids for bill that vision that makes me really happy to go to work that was Chris cook chief of environment for the city of Boston speaking there with WBZ's Laurie Kirby okay so it's seven thirty eight that means it's a time for a check on wallstreet with Bloomberg sports gambling enthusiasts can place their bets with Boston's draftkings but soon investors will be able to place their bets on it draftkings in a series of moves designed to make itself a public company the online sports gaming platform is selling itself to dine in eagle acquisition which will hold its other gaming efforts into draftkings than registering for an initial public offering Wall Street propelled forward again finishing a new record stat what ninety six nasdaq up twenty nine as to be up three indexes got a big boost from news from China that it's cutting import tariffs on a wide range of goods including food medicine and electronic device components Angelo day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio stay with us we have sports with Tom Cuddy just ahead all packages for a living a gas powered Mercedes Benz sprinter delivers transport people a sprinter van with zero percent financing is a five five star idea if food deliveries your thing in a gas printer.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cloudy and fifty two degrees well transit police say they need your help to track down someone who violently attacked a woman at north station at one such was keeping yourself just minding her own business when late on Wednesday night she was randomly hit in the face with a blunt object this happened right around ten thirty on the commuter rail platform transit police say the suspect is wearing a patriots have a black jacket black shirt and jeans we've got a photo of the suspect on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com if you have any information on that attack or maybe you saw it you're asked to call transit police another big step today toward the twenty twenty race for the former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg billionaires been filing paperwork now with the Federal Election Commission declaring him a candidate for president but the thing is he hasn't actually made a final decision if you'll run Bloomberg has also filed to appear on the ballot in five states and counting as many more than a hundred million dollars on ads in voter registration efforts in key states this is All reportedly propelled by the billionaire's concerns about if the current front runners could actually defeat president truck A. B. C.'s linsey Davis reporting from Manhattan meantime demonstrators interrupted another candidate's campaign rally yesterday in Georgia protesters in Atlanta said they oppose senator Elizabeth Warren's plan to pull federal cash from charter schools eventually but speech to a halt for about ten minutes or so Warren supporters then starting up their own chance some response trying to drown them out eventually Massachusetts Congress won a Jana Presley took the stage I want to say something no one is here so quiet you least not this black woman it is when people have tried to put me in a corner and tell me to be silent.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It is fifty two degrees we'll see some afternoon and evening showers today it'll be windy as well with a high of fifty nine the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Alex grow The New York Times is reporting that a second potential whistle blower is considering filing his own complaint and testified what the president's phone call with Ukraine CBS White House correspondent Ben Tracy has more there are now reports that another intelligence official concern about the president's dealings with Ukraine is reportedly considering filing a second whistleblower complaint the reports are that this person has first hand knowledge that would back up the complaint of the initial whistle blower did while house Democrats have now issued a subpoena to the White House for documents relating to the original whistle blower complaint yesterday was a full day of searching in and around the mullet river in Plymouth for any signs of a sixty three year old Kevin B. kitchenette friend and hunting buddy John sell the details today's T. M. J. four they're hoping for the best there's always hope yeah I was going to hold. so what we're gonna keep looking it is believed the kitchen it went into the river yesterday to rescue his dog the does search was called off last night a Milwaukee woman is facing felony charges that are being felt with more than one hundred grams of heroin and Fenton all the received county sheriff's office stop twenty eight year old Charlene Jackson for speeding on I love you for yesterday a search of her vehicle turned up one hundred twenty two and a half grams of the drugs she is now facing multiple drug charges in addition to traffic citations Jackson is being held on fifty thousand dollars cash bond there's mixed critical reaction to the concerns of the movie the joker inciting violence when you bring me down. can you introduce me as joker movie theaters updated their carrion policies as they fear the movie could lead to criminal activity engine professor of film at UW Milwaukee Duane Dudek tells W. T. M. J. you can see why quarter of nervous negative energy of someone shouting fire in a burning theater while pouring gas on it at the same time on the walkie dot coms film critic in pop culture editor Matt Miller doesn't agree saying the reviews over hyped these consequences I think we may have done more harm than good tried and tried to talk about it that way receive number WTMJ news whitefish bay police are increasing patrol around K. hill park after report of suspicious activity yesterday a ten year old cover the elementary school student claims an older white man followed her for several blocks well she was walking to school with a girl started running the man turned away anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact police sports traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time seven oh three this report sponsored by Mr Holland's heating and air conditioning visit Mister Holland's heating and air dot com I once saw two men make copper wire with their bare hands what are you talking about Steve they were fighting over a penny are you still telling that crazy story it's true I tell ya neither fellow wanted to let go the penny they both pulled in Yankton stretched until a penny turned into a long strip of copper wires sure Steve whatever there's more to the story Amy those two men then created the world copper penny stretching tournament sure they did and it's become the largest supplier of copper wire from Mr Holland's electric that's ridiculous no I'll tell you what's ridiculous through the end of October I'm offering five thousand pennies off our customers next electrical service.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Have the mash. Up with rocky in the town. And here we go. Get them out towel give this hour. Good. It's funny because I I don't know why there's many aspects of that. I love I love Natalia laughing off. Stir up everyone laughing. I love the. By the way, that goes down as me not giving him a towel. Just gave a towel. I needed to have it draped open. But to be fair to me. I was just kind of kind of unfolded in sort of half came on folded put game a town. She's yelling at seventy two degree. She said seventy two she she should've been it should've fifty two. It was fifty fifty two. Sounds like seventy I 'cause it's I heard seventy two it was fifty two degrees. This is gonna be young. I just got out of the pool, and it was just standing there. So. Can't be that bad. I don't have to like, I'm fine. You can do it. I could see her in on him around Tijuana. Now, I guess. Yes. I love. Down. Just as one thing. I'll play the whole thing. I want to hear halting, and I like the whimpering. How? Seriously. What you do you right up to her thousand shower? I don't dump there is a a boiling pot of British room in immediately. Yeah, I don't know. I don't care because he's fine. Like, my that's my only care about stuff that matters. Right. Course. He's fine. Well, that's how I work. Yeah. It doesn't make you don't get sick. 'cause it's cold outside. I have to deal with that. Entire the toll lives like you. Gotta take sweater get Colt. It's going to get cold. It's not you don't get a cold from being cold. Well, so you didn't fat. Yeah. It's a weird. It's a weird thing. Evan thirty seven. Fairfax virginia. He added on it's going on man Ason, drew. Hey, I've been listening over twenty years guys. Thanks, man. Yeah. I grew up in so Cal. So I was love line Kayla's sex. And then the pod what are you doing? Fairfax now. In the military army and for.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty two degrees. Clouding up a little bit at six o'clock. Good evening. This is WBZ news. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening reaction pouring into the newsroom tonight to the indictment of Newton judge and former court officer, the two are accused of helping an undocumented immigrant Ebeid ice custody in the Newton courthouse. Governor Charlie Baker says no one should obstruct federal law enforcement officials just trying to do their jobs for his part. He says he's glad to see the courts in Massachusetts have suspended. Judge Shelley Joseph without pay during the proceedings, but attorney general Maura Healey is blasting US attorney Lulling a Trump appointee saying the indictments today are radical politically motivated and an attack on our state and the independence of our courts. We also spoke with Matt Siegel legal director of the ACO you. Locally. He says the federal indictments contradict recent comments by attorney general Bill bar United States, attorney general recently went on television and gave a press conference in which he took an extremely narrow view of what constitutes obstruction of Justice this if you that he announced in connection with President Trump, and if attorney general bar really meant what he said, then he should immediately order that this prosecution be dropped. Judge Shelley Joseph pleaded not guilty to three counts of federal obstruction charges and court officer Wesley McGregor pleaded not guilty to three obstruction charges and also a charge of perjury..
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"CDM Baltimore. Boy, it's been a blustery. Did we forecast big strong low up the eastern seaboard off the coast of New England and out into the Atlantic? Our temperatures down into the mid forties for tonight with some west winds to twenty and thirty miles per hour. Thursday, mostly cloudy, a high of sixty five Friday rain showers in the forecast. Fifty two degrees. And then a dramatic warm up of this first week of April coming up talking up her sixties close to seventy four Saturday and Sunday here, I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrie. More what channel talkradio six eighty you. See the studios sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Listen every Saturday at one and three pm to Iran. Roy talk about your safe retirement solution. This is true Tonelli money, riches and wealth each Wednesday night at six pm. I interview guest on personal finances to help educate you, listen Wednesday night at six pm to money, riches and wealth on talkradio six eighty WCBS the marklevinshow on WCBS. The following is a paid program on WCBS. No. From the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. This battle over the border. Ladies and gentlemen, is a battle over the future of the country. We've talked about this for decade and a half. You, and I we've been the tip of the spear here when we had some of our so-called conservative radio and TV hosts going wildly after talking to Marco Rubio and others under the gang of eight. We said, no. Build the dam wall fencing do something secure the border. Those of you who read.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty two degrees. Clouds and showers in Boston. Good morning. It is seven o'clock. I'm Jeff Brown. Good to have you with us. And here's what's happening. At least one showdown is over in Washington. President Trump gives in to house speaker Nancy Pelosi and will not deliver his state of the union address until the government shutdown is over the other showdown happens on Capitol Hill today, where senators vote on plans to end the shutdown as we enter government shutdown day thirty four minority leader Chuck Schumer, urged his Senate colleagues to support legislation. Backed by Democrats up for vote later today that reopened the government for three weeks while talks continue on border security. If you're worried about hundreds of thousands of federal employees going without pay. If you're worried about the impact of the shutdown on our economy or a basic security as law enforcement and border patrol in food safety are not paid. If you're worried about our national security, and if you're looking for a way to open up the government, this is the way while Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, urged colleagues to support legislation proposed by Republicans that will end this shutdown and fund the president's border wall. It's time to make a deal. And fortunately a deal is on the table piper. Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins plans to vote yes. On both proposals. In the Senate today. She says she supports President Trump's plan for ending the government shutdown which also includes five point seven billion for his border wall. Senator Collins says she will also vote for the democratic alternative, which would reopen the government through February eighth only if the president's plan fails the search is on this morning for two suspects wanted in a shooting and act in last night gunfire brought police to an apartment complex a man was found shot there. He is expected to survive again that search is underway. Police in Worcester are having a little bit better day today than yesterday when a two year old girl was rescued after wandering outside in the middle of the night in below freezing. Temperatures a driver for the rideshare company lift spotted that girl around three in the morning. Took her to his apartment and called nine one one. She was eventually evaluated at a nearby hospital and returned to her family. Meantime, a new study claims that New England is one of the safest regions in the country to raise kids security experts at safe home dot ORG is data on poverty, child abuse, juvenile homicides and school shootings. And according to the findings safest states to raise kids are New Hampshire Hawaii and Vermont bottom three are New Mexico. Mississippi and Louisiana, Massachusetts ranks number thirteen..
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"They are. But but the people who are doing their have nothing to do with each don't you love it. So the person who broken spray painted stuff and got naked. And then sat naked on a table, eight Rahman. They're like, we don't care. That's fine. They didn't wanna break in. They just wanted to hang out. And then the other person they're also like seemed to children this is the final, quote, we believe our restaurant for being too nice of a place to hang out. I used to maybe should be less inviting you're actually very close. This is the final thing. Quote. I used to always joke and say that if you're going to break into the Chataway to make sure and grab a beer and it finally happened. Never say, grab a laptop and a tablet. Not even shit about instant Rahman. Oh, my that is just naked the so the concept of the show naked in frayed love. That's my that's my on the road watch on on a plane when I'm in the city doing shows, I will watch naked naked just like a man. And I'm rogue your naked entertained. What I always I think they should change the name of the show of negative fray to look much weight lost. It is staggering. They gain weight on that show. You're playing this three point two two six point six. They can't find contests. I would call the show can't she put up with his man's blaming negative freight the part of his meal most of by shows when tubular on there, and they're always cold. They get what the premise. I days. Days in the wild with no clothes on you can bring one survival to with you are these friends or these random strangers. So I always like seeing the meat 'cause you're always like who's going to hug, and who's gonna who also is going to own it and be like, let's look at each other each other get this over. But my thing is they're always cold always gets down by fifty two degrees. And you can see the ones that refuse to us by warrant yet. I'm like before you leave the show tell the person in your the guy doesn't have to be the splendid the back could be this doesn't matter. And you also married we can't hug, I'm like, then you're going to you're going to be somebody not in the but in life, you're going to die shouldn't have done. This show is like if you're married and you're going to do naked in fray. Hey, babe. Won't do the show naked afraid theirs. Motherland? Oh, that's cool. Pulse car. If if my significant other said to me, we we are a few if you spoon we're over. I'd be like we're over now. Just be gone by the time. I get back. Yeah. I'm just go out there and try and live. I'm trying to survive. That's right. Well, unless you should never let him on the first place. He's like a conflict of interest aching on a table. That's the first afraid unafraid with a bowl Rahm. All right. The first down the books for him. Anwar is with us. We've back more town Rafter. Four people..
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"It's fifty two degrees. A lockdown Yosemite high school results in their arrest yesterday around twelve thirty s zapped told the resource deputy that a disgruntled male student was on campus possibly armed with a weapon when the deputy approached him. He ran deputies chased him into a neighborhood nearby before he was caught Jeff just after one o'clock now homemade bow and arrow has been recovered deputies are currently investigating the possibility of a second weapon. The seventeen year olds identity will not be released. He was booked in at the Madera county, juvenile hall, Fresno county sheriff's detectives need help in finding a car and the people inside connected to a shooting. Liz, Kern has more on this gunfire rang out in a cul de sac, by Robertson and tuck it avenues on November fourth. A twenty two year old woman in a car with her boyfriend was struck, but she's recovering sheriff's spokesperson. Tony body looking for the suspects right now, what we're looking for is a black four door car possibly a two thousand ten c classroom Sadie Benz with tinted windows. This was the car that are victims said the suspects got away in that we believe that there were five people in that car for men and one woman cameras captured the vehicle driving through the intersection of Sean Blackstone at eleven AM just after the shooting contact the sheriff's office or crime stoppers at four nine eight stop with any information. More details on our website at KM Jay now dot com. Liz, Kern KM J news and international agribusiness company makes a major purchase in the south valley. KM Jag director. Dan York tells us more Vega lab Inc. Recently announced that's now making use of a major fruit packing facility in the county community of Lindsey, according to the sun cassette, the former century packing house was sold to Vegas. For more than four million dollars. A Vega lab news release says the entire site will greatly enhance the company's current capacity to process impact fruit Vega lab goes on to say the additional capacity will allow the company to better meet the demand from both domestic and international. Citrus buyers currently about fifty people are working at the Lindsey facility with plans to hire more later. Don York, KM J, new Cal trans has announced more than six hundred million dollars in funding has been allocated for hundreds of transportation projects which include eighty million dollars from SP one the road repair and accountability act of two thousand seventeen in Fresno county at twenty million dollar project will rehabilitate roadway and replaced bridges on the ninety nine from Eldorado street to Clinton avenue in Kern county, just over two million dollars to construct a roundabout at the intersection of state route one eighty four and Sunset Boulevard..
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is fifty two degrees at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett. President Trump going after Robert Muller on Twitter today. Mid reports a special counsel's wrapping up the Russia investigation. Trump asks if Muller is going to name all of his conflicts of interest, adding there's no, collusion and Muller knows it. This is the White House awaits the final reports, huge unknown here the White House the president's legal team. They don't even know when this report is coming in. What form it is coming up, but they're certainly bracing for bad news from Robert Muller. Other words from Alan Dershowitz who has been a strong supporter of the president were quite star saying this will be devastating to the president. That's correspondent Jonathan Karl. Busy morning on Twitter for the president. He's also threatening to permanently close the Mexican border after migrants trying to breach a border fence over the week. Near San Diego. Trump continues to put pressure on Mexico urging the government there to send Central American migrants back to their home countries. He writes on Twitter, quote, do it by plane to it by bus. Do it any way you want? But they are not coming into the USA the president once again threatened to quote, close the border permanently. But the White House has not provided details on how you would do that. And what that would mean for the people who cross legally every day for work or school. Karen Travers ABC news, the White House actor Alec Baldwin appeared briefly in a New York court today, answering misdemeanor assault charges Alec Baldwin ignored reporters questions as he was escorted into court the actor pleading not guilty to attempted assault harassment charges. A man claims Bobin punched him in the face. And this was over a parking spot argument on east tenth street in Greenwich Village, back on November second the man was hospitalized ball been tweeted the assertion that. I punched anyone over a parking spot is false. We'll be back in court in January. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten w o r a mystery on Stanton island a woman's burned. And. Partially decomposed body was found near public school six in Totten Ville yesterday. Anyone.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"Fifty two degrees at six o'clock. Good afternoon everyone. I'm Marie Osborne. The suspect in Saturday's massacre in a Pittsburgh synagogue wasn't court today was his first court appearance today. Jerry Bolander was in that courtroom wounded in a shootout with police Forty-six year old Robert Bowers was wheeled into the courtroom where George read the charges against him court. Officers released one of his hands from handcuffs. So he could sign some documents US attorney Scott Brady says Bowers will again appear in court on Thursday at that time. We will have the opportunity to present. Evidence demonstrating the Robert Bowers murdered eleven people who are exercising. Their religious beliefs. Brady has started the process to seek the death penalty in the case Bowers is being held in jail without bond, Jerry bowed lender. Pittsburgh who was Robert Bowers. Correspondent Miquel Marquez reports his social media footprint reads like a roadmap of hate. He was particularly concerned about the caravan of. American migrants and appeared to key on reporting from Fox News, right wing, social media and highlighted by President Trump's own tweets that middle easterners may be mixed in with the migrants all claims without evidence. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked if President Trump's rhetoric is playing into some of the acts of violence the country has seen in the last couple of years placing blame the president is not responsible for these acts. Again, the very first action that the president did was condemn these heinous acts the very first thing that the media did was condemned the president and go after and try to place blame not just on the president. But everybody that works in this administration. The major news networks first public statement was to blame the president and myself included. I mean that is outrageous that anybody other than the individual who carried out the crown would hold that responsibility. That defense department has announced they are sending thousands of troops to the southern border to help the department of homeland security secure. That border ahead of two migrant caravans that are making their way towards the US general Terence of Shaughnessy as the head of the US military northern command. I think the president has made it clear that border security is national security that direction we given that directional Marci to our orders are very clear, we are engaged we're here to sports UBP. We're going to secure the border. The case of a former Michigan state police trooper charged in the death of a Detroit teenager is now in the hands of the jury business on trial for the death of Damon Grimes Grimes riding an ATV last summer failed to stop for the officers was teaser lost control crashed into a pickup truck and died defense. Attorney Richard confrontational told the jury in his closing arguments. Did you? Or justified is not. You must stop. Injure in earth. Not you took the witness stand and claimed he saw Grimes reach in his waistband twice leading into believe. He was going for a gun, but no gun was ever found at the Frank. Murphy hall of Justice, Ken Rogulski, WJR news. A new poll finds Michigan democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer continues to lead the Republican challenger Bill Schutte by double digit numbers heading into the November election. The latest WD IV Detroit News poll shows a wide lead for Whitmer in the race for governor. She has led by double digits since last September Whitmer elites Schutte by twelve point three percent heading into next week's voting. WJR news time six oh GM's automobile brands are always trying to keep America safe. The talk about one way Chevrolets director of marketing, Richard Choi Chevy. Recently, partnered with some young.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifty two degrees and sunny at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreadie. One person is dead two others missing after a small plane crash in the Atlantic off the Hamptons yesterday, I witnesses on the beach say they heard the plane's engine sputtering. And then watched the aircraft hit the ocean and break into three separate parts, the engine of the plane was like it was trying to accelerate and it was screaming. And then all of a sudden it was the engine stop Iran down on the beach, and I did see pieces of the plane floating into the ocean. The plane had left from an airport in Connecticut was headed for Charleston, South Carolina, when it crashed investigators say it's way too early to know what brought the aircraft down no-one Mladen for seven ten. Wwl war NYPD, saying three men were arrested on robbery and assault charges outside Manhattan. Republican party headquarters Friday night. Mike Bauer has that leader of the proud boys. Gavin McGuinness was speaking at the Manhattan Republican club is this protester explains he's a fascist. He's a he's a white supremacist. He's hates us. He hates blacks, McInnis was speaking. The proud boys fought with anti fa protesters after vandals sprayed anarchy symbols on the doors of the headquarters earlier in the day. According to the daily news, no serious injuries were reported during what witnesses described as a violent clash with the western chauvinist group. However, this Republican supporter dismissed the protesters actions, I think very ill informed. Mike Bauer for seven ten W O R the US should not proceed with business as usual with Saudi Arabia. That's what Senator Marco Rubio said on CNN state of the union in reference to missing Washington Post journalist, Jamal Shoghi, Florida Republican said he believes the US should hold off on all meetings with Saudi officials and trips to the Saudi kingdom until the truth comes out. The news.
George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Maine
"And cloudy fifty two degrees right now but we've got some sun on the way temperatures in the mid sixties here extended forecasts coming up in just about five minutes time good morning i'm kendall buhl some of our top stories it was a tough night for the celtics losing to the cavs eighty seven seventy nine at sants the nba finals now for cleveland one person confirmed missing in a flash flood in ellicott city maryland happened after heavy rainfall dozens were rescued from homes and businesses and a cabdriver police were looking for has come forward with information about a fatal hit and run in madison early on saturday morning well besides being memorial dated you know today's also national hamburger day many people will be observing it without even knowing fire there barbecues up fifty billion hamburgers consumed every year in the us white castle founded in nineteen twenty one the oldest hamburger chain in america says cheese lettuce tomatoes onions and pickles are the most popular toppings hormel foods is recalling some nearly two hundred thirty thousand pounds of spam the products in question involved twelve ounce metal cans of spam classic with a best by date of february twenty twenty one the products produced between february eighth and tenth could contain pieces of metal and other foreign matter for more information you can contact hormel foods consumer response traces of opioids are turning up in muscles off the coast of washington state earlier this year researchers at the puget sound institute found traces of the drug oxycodone it's the first time in opioid has shown up and seafood researchers found it while monitoring pollution and water near urban areas meanwhile scientists say there's been no sign of contamination in commercial mussel beds which are located far farther away well you need to stay in shape obviously and so do your tires abc's daria albinger explains well mass but a new set of tires wheel threaded on the inside of the tire about the same time the college student was taking an automotive class learned about the manufacturer date or birth date that by law must be stamped on tires he found it and showed they were actually eight years old auto repair expert in educator entre ford and says there's a reason for the dating rubber breaks down brittle over time and it cracks that it becomes more susceptible.
Royal wedding: Final preparations underway for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
"North of spokane some concerns about flooding there hopefully that will be ramping down as we go throughout the nineteen hours all right so here's what we got in the mountains we've got about ten thousand feet on the freezing level afternoon temperatures will be in the low fifties as you can see all right so the bottom line here tonight fifty two degrees cloudy skies that's what you'll have tonight and tomorrow we'll start working that back and get some sunshine there tomorrow's high how about that we're going to be right around seventy degrees or so i'll be back in a human we'll take a look at the seven day outlook if you like seventies you're gonna like this so stick around all right back to you thanks steve right now on live seventeen the day is just getting started at windsor castle in england where final preparations are underway for the royal wedding on saturday prince harry and meghan markle arrived earlier today four final rehearsals there they are just a few hours markle's mother will be queen elizabeth for the first time and it's now confirmed that markle's father will not attend the wedding the biggest question on everyone's mind will the wedding dress look like it's locked away to secure location until the big reveal on saturday i can't wait a lot of people here in the puget sound are excited as well we spoke to the owner of british bites in puyallup they say they've been slammed with people wanting royal thing baked goods further at home watch parties british bites is also one of several spots around the sound that are holding special afternoon tea this weekend in honor of the royal wedding abc's coverage the big day begins at.
Ebola has infected dozens so far in Congo, killing 19, WHO says
"England wbz news time is twelve eighteen we've got fifty two degrees and cloudy skies in boston going after noon i'm art cohen wbz news happy mother's day everyone our top stories now the mother's day walk for peace has arrived at city hall plaza after launching from dorchester earlier this morning every year families from across the region walk together against gun violence suicide and other issues that tear families apart we now know the name of a man shot and killed in brockton last night police say beth key cater of avon called nine one one after being shot multiple times on pleasant street in brockton he died at the hospital and police are still looking for his killer more people are preparing to evacuate on hawaii's big island as scientists warn of a possible steam explosion at the killer way of all kaneohe that could send rocks the size of refrigerators miles into the air ebola is back a new outbreak is being reported in the democratic republic of the congo reacting unicef country representative in congo gianfranco wrote liano says there is a lot to be done to help limit the spread of ebola he said some behavior needs to be brought back washing hands taking in public places impelled centers everywhere basically health officials say dozens of cases have been reported since april with two cases confirmed an experimental vaccine has been shown to be highly effective but quantities are limited dave schreiber abc news credit card data breaches being reported at.
Fugitive grandma Lois Riess arrested after authorities receive tip in Texas
"And all of new england wbz news time four eighteen little bit more like spring here in the city today we'll get some sunshine and fifty two degrees and it's friday how about that good afternoon i'm jeff brown thank you for being with us today our top stories in the wbz newsroom a swat team response to a stoughton home turns out to be a hoax the call turned out to be a hoax that is an episode of swatting in houston hundreds of mourners are filing past the rows covered casket of former first lady barbara bush who died earlier this week at the age of ninety two or funeral and burial takes place tomorrow wall street has a bit of a tough day ending the week on a sharply down note technology stocks leading the sell off the dow down two hundred points and arrest has been made in a murder case that stretched into three states abc's jim ryan says it began with a death in minnesota continued with another killing in florida and ultimately ended at a restaurant in south texas authorities in florida are working to extradite lois reach to their state to charged with killing pamela hutchinson a woman whose only crime was resembling lois reese investigators think restored hutchinson's car and her identity eventually reese will also be charged with killing her husband back in minnesota before her month long run from police police in south padre island texas eventually caught up with reese in a local restaurant after receiving a phone tip federal civil rights prosecutors are reportedly seeking charges against a new york city police officer in the death of a black man but it's not clear if deputy attorney general rod rosenstein will sign off on the case eric garner died in two thousand fourteen after the officer used a chokehold to subdue him the videotaped incident shows officer daniel pantaleo taking garner down and garner gasping i can't breathe wbz news time for twenty the us army is not finding enough recruits these days as cds news correspondent cami mccormick reports from the pentagon us army had hoped to recruit eighty thousand active duty soldiers this year but it's now officially lowered that goal six months into the recruiting near.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"The afternoon temperatures upper forties to lower fifties then as we head through friday temperatures take quite a jump to the mid sixty s of sun breaks on friday the no windstorm moves in on saturday with temperatures plummeting into the low fifties gust up to forty miles an hour in the komo this is on komo news fifty two degrees rather with rain fifty two degrees in bremerton thursday isn't it showers and fifty two in fort led joint base lewis mcchord and here in seattle it's fifty one degrees with some showers at komo news to local mothers have lost children to heroin overdoses now they're applauding the expansion of seattle's naloxone program komo's corwin hake reports from downtown a grant from a national nonprofit is making it possible for seattle police to double the number of officers who carry the overdose reversing nasal spray naloxone colleen keith lost her son dylan age twenty four on june seventh two thousand sixteen th roommate found him unconscious oxen doing didn't have no oxygen and their first responders did not have an locks and he died at the hospital later that day tv personality penny la gate helped launch the spd's naloxone program two years ago the mira foundation named after her daughter who died in two thousand twelve raise the money to equip dozens of bicycle cops with no laaksonen la gate praises their work and the twenty four people that we have saved on the streets of seattle thanks to your work and your fast action your compassion has hopefully saved another family from going through.
Hospitals are confronting a new opioid crisis: an alarming shortage of pain meds
"Ktar news we can expect a combination of clouds and sunshine for today a little breezy by this afternoon with a slight chance of a sprinkle a high of seventy one partly cloudy for tomorrow seventy four from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis for ktar news at seven thirty two it's fifty two degrees in goodyear in the wake of the florida high school shooting samaritan leaders are calling for moore school resource officers but some students say that's not a good idea several valley students say more guns and school resource officers won't prevent another school shooting having more psychologists and school counselors will the issue is that kids are hurting were depressed and we're going through hard times mountain view high school student jordan harp says his school only has one psychologist available to serve the four thousand students on campus he says that's the problem i know friends who are thinking of killing themselves but i don't know what to do no one's here to help them and these are the people who are at risk a recent study shows arizona schools have a shortage of counselors there are nine hundred twenty four students per the school counselor while the national recommendation is two hundred and fifty students to one griselda zetino ktar news thursday drug crisis hitting hospitals hard ktar's more carlson reports on a shortage of medications used every day the drugs the hospitals are coming up short on our pain meds ktar is medical expert doctor kerri simpson says there may be an opioid epidemic but that's not the case for hospitals in this case the opioids that are missing are the injectable versions of dilaudid also known as hydromorphone and pantano and these are things that we use often for pain control and sedation in our hospitals both in preoperative areas in post operative areas simpson ads the drug shortage is expected to be over in the next couple of months however simpson says expect to see more drug shortages in the future mark carlson ktar news some female inmates at perryville west of phoenix learning a trade telemarketing they're working for phoenix based telephone from phone banks set up inside the present televise michelle sirocco tells ktar the inmates interested in this kind of work must first meet certain requirements they need to have either a high school.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The corner is fifty two degrees outsider studios and we have a winter storm watch in effect for tomorrow more about that coming up good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now at the wbz newsroom attorney general jeff sessions has ordered a review of the fbi after the bureau says it mishandled the tip about the florida highschool gunman a special counsel's investigation looking into possible influence in the presidential election has indicted thirteen russians police had nor water looking for a man who tried to lure a young girl into his vehicle telling her that her dad was in an accident said she had to come with him she didn't wall street is did the final hour of trading looks like it's going to be a win for the dow though up about one hundred points in the wake of the latest schools shootings of florida lawmaker says there will be talk in congress about gun control but there won't be any action las vegas didn't move the needle on gun regulation neither did sutherland springs texas or bent kentucky democrat bill nelson florida senior senator says maybe the deaths of seventeen people in a parkland florida high school will inspire voters to elect a congress more favorable to firearm restrictions may they're upset enough were that to make that one of the issues that they're gonna consider i certainly hope so in the wake of las vegas shooting moved banned bump stocks fizzled in congress the only gun law passed last year with the house bill that would make a concealed carry weapons permit issued in one state valid in all states i'm warren levinson and gunmakers sir taking a financial in impacts from this coming up details in new england business in five minutes in texas sheriff's deputies failed to pursue a sexual assault investigation against the man behind the deadly shooting spree at a church in sutherland springs last year records from.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Cl 53969 texaco traffic at 554 marina rockinger komo news komo forecast rain overnight scattered showers tomorrow we'll have a high near sixty two showers in the seattle area currently where we have 48 choose me we of fifty two degrees twenty minutes of nonstop news continues on komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven and komonewscomfire jeremy grater is at the editor's desk stacey black is our technical director stab you in this northwest afternoon is getting back together for one last appearance and the long running show team is reuniting tomorrow on seattle refined can philip star of water or 15 soap queens cindy wright were part of komo viewers afternoons for years joining us on the komo news line is cindy reinhard and sydney what did you think when they called from seattle refinded that he lets get the old northwest afternoon team back together again for a reunion i at what we couldn't wait or gate for crying out loud we were firmly for thirty years almost are we at our arguments we we had our makeup soohen cries we had support meetings we depleted more than one family does together we got a lot of people in seattle now who might not know what or who we were when it comes to northwest afternoon even note on the air for 25 years how would you describe the show because it was different other talk shows no one on feed it was gonna long live local talk show and he could create television yeah everybody else was tape in their south oh yeah when we were still alive and going to live one hour talk show with cindy reinhard wa covering the folks i describe myself as a sports caster so and i would report on what i saw and show clinton laugh about it and giggle what's at lake for you now to tell us what's happening to g soap operas after you made a living reporting on soap operas and you sort of seeing the jamaa he's the end i well transition in everything transient something else we all know that the computer was coming at meant that uh the twitter tweet what that does her skin's out the audience because there's so many other options all these real web reallife show whether they called out reality shows what a lot of.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"So we'll talk about all of that first of all let's see how things are going to go for you overnight and we'll get swept for tomorrow here's what we expect for overnight low temperatures generally in the low forty four your they'll continue to be some showers and it will continue to be rather breezy named not to ban by breezy i would say that would be basically somewhere around 25 maybe thirty miles per hour at some odd but not anywhere near what we've been through so let's use the future cast to see how things are going to go for your tomorrow we look for the areas and greens and gallows that is your rain my friends so eight o'clock tomorrow morning that's what you're going encounter most of it is sort of heading more in the direction of over to the coast but for the vast majority of us inland now it's coming our way to is just going to take a little wild so eight o'clock in the morning that's where we are by the time we get to ten o'clock this afternoon we still see the same thing in the neighborhood so yes rain i don't think it's going to be as soaking as what we went through today but it's still rain and we're still pretty saturated out there so we really be mindful of that going forward and even into the afternoon similar story we're looking at temperatures somewhere around the low 50s and the continuation of at least some moisture coming through here so hour by hour tomorrow said in o'clock in the morning had out the door about forty five degrees still be some clouds and a few showers in the afternoon might even throw in a couple of sun breaks wouldn't that be nice that will be finishing up the day right around fifty two degrees so tamari tomorrow here's what we've got for your friday fifty forty nine in bellingham forks to fifty two degrees and 53 in olympia scattered showers were watching that low up to the northwest to see where that goes in the central zone yeah they'll be some wet streets for your morning commute not to the degree that we had today but definitely will be in the neighborhood so oh and by the.
"fifty two degrees" Discussed on WCTC
"Fifty two degrees cloudy good morning wctc news time is seven o'clock i'm the cowboys and testimony is over the trial of alleged chelsea bomber ahmad ibrahim me rahimi is accused of setting off explosives in september of last year a dna expert had linked hit bombs used in manhattan and new jersey to rahimi testimony from victims videos depicting someone who looks like hammond fingerprint evidence have all been featured during the trial the jury is expected to get the case today charges stemming from the bomb set off in new jersey and an ensuing police chase are being handled separately thirty people were injured when a pressure cooker bomb went off in chelsea lower vice president joe biden met with students at rutgers university in a push to end sexual violence on campus he told students yesterday that most women drop out of college because of sexual assault and harassment lease most significant reason why women drop out of college for great mosser capacities drew work biden encouraged both male and female students to step up and take a stand against the culture surrounding sexual violence his campaign was launched three years ago after recommendations from the white house to end sex assault on campuses officials say a business owner from ring what is under arrest on child porn charges but say county sheriff says sixty one year old fernando is isaiah was arrested following a raid at his home and his janitor aureol supply business yesterday he was charged with possession and distribution of child pornography police say is isaiah had a previous conviction of endangering the welfare of a child and unease storage man is crediting a tv news report that led him to check lottery tickets in one was a.