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"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty seven degrees in Boston at nine thirty good morning I'm Lori Kirby and here's what's happening the opening bell on Wall Street slanging chimes of doom once again investors trying to stay optimistic after the Dow plummeted more than a thousand points yesterday all over the fears that the corona virus could have on the global economy following this and joining us live Bloomberg's Tom Busby some signs of optimism yes Lori what a difference a day makes on Wall Street seeing a bit of a snapback rally right after the opening bell a big change from Monday's massive meltdown right now the Dow up a hundred sixty five the nasdaq ahead by eighty five S. and P. five hundred up by eighteen I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio and will go back to Tom at nine thirty eight updating this story president trump was asked about the corona virus during his trip to India today president Jean the other day he is so committed to solving that problem he's he's working very hard he is very capable the country's very capable and it's not a problem but I think he's going to do well president trump they're referencing the Chinese president meantime the head of the Iranian coronavirus task force has tested positive for the virus he just gave a news conference yesterday on the situation laying out dozens of new coronavirus cases in Italy health officials now say at least two hundred and eighty three people in that country have been infected seven have died the country is now shut down schools museums and theaters into northern regions where most of the cases are clustered CBS's mark Phillips is in could Dona southeastern along police have cordoned off areas near Milan.
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"Now let's get the WCBS exigen weather forecast here's CBS to mineralogist Elise and she got a beautiful Wednesday on our hands mostly sunny skies mild temperatures highs will be in the upper forties and low fifties should be right around fifty two degrees in New York City for tomorrow could start the day with some early morning showers but then we'll see some partial clearing so we'll call it partly sunny for your Thursday afternoon the high forty seven degrees but it will feel colder because it could be really windy on Thursday for Friday still pretty windy but sunny and cold the high will be thirty one on but it will feel like the teens and twenties my temp turn down my nails forty seven degrees got a beautiful clear sky out there get out if you can forty five in west Haverstraw forty nine and breezy point forty six AM basking
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"A high of forty seven degrees clouds around tonight low thirty tomorrow and Wednesday will be sunny and nice a high tomorrow forty eight a high Wednesday near fifty right now we have sunny skies in twenty seven downtown at the arch good morning I'm Ron film into the KMOX newsroom happening today police looking for answers and what appears to be an accidental shooting that left a man dead it happened a gringo tacos and burgers downtown investigators believe the victim changing clothes in the bathroom when his gun went off happening tonight a public hearing regarding amber Missouri's quest to lower electric bills happens at six PM at the fox C. six school districts Roy wild conference room in Jefferson city lawmakers return this week for the start of the second session of the one hundred General Assembly finding a permanent solution for infrastructure repairs among the top priorities and in Detroit a former United auto workers director based in St Louis do in federal court today Vance Pearson resigned after an investigation into embezzlement wire fraud and money laundering the FBI raided his St Louis home in August Brian Cabell X. news time is eight twenty three and it's time now for a whole nother story with Kevin going today Kevin talks with the Saint Louis all the woman whose mother jumped in a hole to save a three so I will I went to New York to visit my face my parents for the holidays south Saint Louis older woman Megan green says her mother told her the story of how a school superintendent.
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"It is forty seven degrees currently is thirty seven going down to thirty four video servicing showing two NYPD officers holding a homeless woman down on the floor the Jamaica center subway station in queens several onlookers can be heard telling the police to let her go all of this it was a matter for mental professionals according to the Daily News health and hospital CEO Mitchell Katz is seen on the video watching officers during the woman cats put out a statement saying the woman was not arrested or charged with a crime the statement goes on to say some people who are suffering from mental illness and due to their mental illness do not always wish to seek care even when they are a danger to themselves or to others in clinical circumstances where someone's mental illnesses severe the right thing to do is to bring them to a hospital so they can be a properly evaluated and care for on quote the boyfriend of a missing New Jersey woman Stephanie pars has taken his own life his parents found him this morning according to their attorney after last seen twenty nine year old John also build in a live at around midnight authorities confirm he hanged himself only three days after being released from jail on bail for a child **** charge it was clear to me last night that he maintained his innocence of that charge that's his attorney Robert Honecker building hadn't been charged in the disappearance of Stephanie powers authorities searched his phone and found what were described as disturbing images of children they also found angry messages to parse the night she disappeared October thirtieth neighbors here like marker school it's wonder if possible Jim left behind any information that could help parses parents love to see them get some closure in no with the what the outcome is Sonya Rincon ten ten wins and free hold a twenty seven year old Colorado man has been indicted for allegedly plotting to bomb us and he was already charged and arrested but now federal prosecutors in Colorado we're announcing a three count indictment against Richard holes are accused of plotting an attack on a synagogue in pueblo holes are is in federal custody prosecutors say he has a deep hatred toward the Jewish community that he claims he poison the water and one synagogue and was plotting to blow up another if convicted he could get fifty years in prison that's correspondent Alex stone currently it's thirty seven degrees in Long Beach thirty seven degrees in west orange and thirty four degrees in Sonneberg thirty seven in mid town going on a thirty four the real feel is twenty nine degrees winds news time is two oh eight where can you get piece of bread twist specialty chicken and more for just five ninety ninety domino's this a lot of variety on the radio in a domino's to where you can the bone in wings bread bowls will be expressed.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening at three. After deliberating for nine hours. Jurors have reached a verdict in the murder trial of Lawrence teenager. Matthew Borjas and the verdict. Guilty Borjas on trial at Salem superior court for the beheading of Lawrence high school classmate Lee Paulino in twenty sixteen. The teens body was found in the Merrimack river. Now right now court is in a brief recess. A sentencing date will be set shortly. Keep it here on WBZ radio. If you have to step away from the radio, we are also on your Alexa, demise in the iheartradio app. It's three a one and secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he warned his Russian counterpart foreign ministers air Jay Lavrov against any unacceptable meddling in US elections. Speaking in the resort city of Sochi Pompeo said he hopes the two countries can become closer this good faith effort on the part of each of our two nations as directed by President Trump and President Putin will stabilize relationship and put it back on a trajectory that I think would be good for not only of our two countries and each of our peoples, but for the world is well and Labra expected this evening to jointly update. Putin on their meetings. We'll update you as well. And the talks com is attorney general Bill bar appoints. Connecticut, US attorney John barren to examine the origins of the Russian vested Gatien CBS's Paula Reed with this story at the White House is clearly something that will be pleasing to the president who has repeatedly claimed that there was illegal spying on his campaign. Even though several top Justice appointed officials who he selected personally part of his cabinet have denied this ever occurred. It's at any surveillance was supported by a judge's authorisation Durham, we'll be working with intelligence. Chiefs to see how the surveillance was conducted. Parents coming from all over the state today rallying on beacon hill. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports they joined together to call for education equity..
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"Forty seven degrees gasoline prices in Kansas are mostly stable but expected to trend upwards, according to a triple eight survey prices in the state this week or up one cent from last week to two dollars and sixty four cents a gallon. Jon Stewart with AAA Kansas as prices have been up twenty cents in the past month. Now, we're about fifteen cents higher than we were a year ago. Overall. We always have good news for twenty cents less than the national average to eighty four Kansas remains the twelfth cheapest state for gasoline in America, Stuart says deal political factors indicate prices are expected to rise. These factors include Monday's decision by the Trump administration to make the sanctions against Iran's oil exports complete beginning in may, Kansas. Governor Laura Kelly is creating an advisory committee aiming to ensure every person in the state is counted in the twenty twenty cents the governor signed an executive order. Tuesday that charged the committee with sparking public engagement in Kansas ahead of the official count census dictates the amount of federal funds for fifty five federal programs in Kansas. It also determines the number of US house members representing the state and the redrawing of boundaries for Kansas legislative districts. Kelly appointed Brian mcclinton university of Kansas professor and former executive Google to co chair the committee along with dodge city Commissioner Joyce Warsaw. Kansas stands to lose fifteen hundred dollars in federal funds annually for ten years for every person not counted in the census, Dan, O'Neill Qena says news, the Wichita city council her to report about domestic and sexual violence in the community. The Wichita police department Sedgwick county and the city of Wichita were among the twelve groups who participated in the audit. They look at ways to improve procedures and communication and provide more protections to victims of domestic or sexual violence as they navigate the judicial process. Mayor Jeff Longwell was pleased with the work done, thus far, but edited that more needs to be done. So we're addressing a.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty seven degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock. Here's what's happening. Bruins fans cheering tonight. The black and gold advancing to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Speedy the Maple Leafs at the garden tonight five to one winning the seventh and deciding game WBZ's. Adam Kaufman tells us the Bruins will host the blue jackets Thursday night at seven it was a scare for a little while down three to once again in series, and you know, a nail biter throughout many moments in game seven, but the Bruins able to prevail against the Maple Leafs. They can breathe easy just a little bit knowing that they won't have to play an elimination game for the first time in a few on Thursday, and they'll take care of a or take on a very difficult. Columbus blue jackets team that you can't understate just how good it was in that first round against Tampa. The blue jackets ousting the lightning the playoffs. Top seed in four straight games Bernie Sanders in Cambridge earlier in the day. Addressing supporters following his controversial remarks during a CNN townhall last night that prison inmates including the bus. In marathon bomber should be allowed to vote. The centers supporter has no problem about the democratic presidential hopeful had to say telling WBZ's James Rojas, he realizes that the slippery slope of voting discrimination in the history of that is just going to continue if we don't put our foot down and say every American has the right to to take, you know. I mean, I could see why would for some people senders.
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"Station. Forty seven degrees at two o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump reacting today to attorney general William bars claim that the F B I spied on the Trump campaign. What he said was absolutely true that it was absolutely spying into my campaign. I'll go step further in my opinion. It was illegal spying unprecedented spying and something that you'd never be allowed to happen in our country again bar yesterday, telling the Senate appropriations committee that he'll investigate the alleged surveillance WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, arrested in London taken from the Ecuadorian embassy where he had sought refuge for the past seven years. He was arrested at the request of US authorities, and he's not been indicted for stealing classified documents. His case connected to that of Chelsea Manning. This ABC's Aaron Katersky. Julia. Assange has charged in this country for an alleged role in the theft of classified information by former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. Federal prosecutors in Virginia accused Assange of helping men in crack a password to open more sensitive files than Manning's access otherwise allowed in twenty ten Wiki leaks published what manning stole including classified information about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and sensitive diplomatic cables that embarrassed the United States and forced the country to relocate confidential sources marital Blasios signing an executive order immediately ending the purchase of single use plastic items for New York City agents talking about a whole variety of things that somehow we got used to, but we really don't need anymore. Plastic straws plates. Plastic bowls plastic forks and knives spoons and the mayor railed against the fossil fuel industry accusing big oil intentionally poisoned with pollution, given the petroleum as a main ingredient in most plastics. Federal prosecutors in California, say former stormy Daniels lawyer, Michael avenue. Stole millions from his clients and is being charged in a thirty six count federal indictment. US attorney Nick says indictment alleges fraud perjury failure to pay taxes, embezzlement and other financial crimes if convicted of the thirty-six crimes alleged in the indictment. Mr. naughty would face a statutory maximum sentence of three hundred thirty three years in federal prison. It's unclear if the top charge of murder is going to stick to the estranged husband of Staten Island teacher whose charred body was found in a storage locker Michael Cammarata and his girlfriend did not appear in court, but their attorneys did and they left confused and annoyed. Now, prosecutors refused to give the charges at a grand jury. Indicted their clients on do not require to camera. Naish Jia were originally charged with murder and a few felony counts after the body of cameras. Estranged wife Janine was found in a storage shed last week. The case documents were transferred to state supreme court, and one of the attorney said that they should be able to find out if it's a murder charge and then proceed with bail applications. Meanwhile, students and faculty. TPS Twenty-nine wore purple today to honor Janine where she taught I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O art an off duty police officer is dead after crashing his motorcycle. In queens this morning. He says the forty two year old officer was on his way to work at five thirty AM when he lost control of his Yamaha on the bell Parkway near Merrick boulevard. The officer fell off his bike. When it struck a guardrail. Police say he was wearing a helmet, but was unconscious and unresponsive. No other vehicles were involved. And no other injuries were reported. The officer was a sixteen year NYPD veteran assigned to the departments highway patrol. I'm Lisa G for seven ten WR. It's a chilly day, just forty seven degrees. And we the forecast coming up next glucose Lucille to believe everyone.
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"It's forty seven degrees at O'Hare Cook County. Prosecutors have filed charges against the woman insists arro- accused of forced labor. They say forty nine year old Concepcion Melania killed thirty three people move to Illinois from Guatemala help them. Get jobs at a factory in Romeo. Bill then lied to them by telling them they owed money police found nineteen adults in fourteen children living in her basement. An unofficial ceasefire has halted fighting between Israel and militants on the Gaza Strip after two days of escalating, air battles airstrikes. Both sides seem to have backed off from air strikes and rocket attacks after Egypt and the United Nations brokered deescalation, here's ABC's Jordan Miller, she's into Roussillon very early on Friday morning militants in Gaza fired a long range rocket on central Israel, and it hit a home. I just about a half an hour north of Tel Aviv, and this is kind of unusual because usually milk. We're fine. Rockets are doing it on the communities the Jewish communities that live right on the other side of the border. But this was a really kind of brazen attack back locally three. People have been shot at Clark division tonight. Or last night rather a twenty year old man did not survive. The other two men one of them just nineteen years old survived. They suffered gunshot wounds to the legs. And there was a a bus nearby when it happened with passengers on board. None of them were injured. They've given statements to police it's under investigation. But no suspects in custody and today marks the anniversary of this country's worst nuclear accident. On March twenty eighth nineteen seventy nine one of the reactors at Three Mile Island partially melted down it happened at the number two generator about four o'clock this morning nuclear plant, south of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Lives.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And it's forty seven degrees right now. More clouds than sun at four o'clock. Good afternoon. Expanding the supreme court President Trump during a rose garden news conference makes it clear he's not interested. I wouldn't entertain that. The reason is that they're doing that. Is they want to try and catch up several Democratic White House hopefuls, including Kamla, Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten gillibrand say they would not rule out expanding the supreme court if they were elected president the Massachusetts Senator says this is not about expansion. It's about de politicizing the court currently nine seats on that panel. President Trump has appointed to conservative justices and the story more fallout this hour from the state police overtime scandal here in Massachusetts court documents show quotas were in place for issuing tickets to drivers even though the practice has been deemed unconstitutional WBZ's. Kim Tunnicliffe got a look today at the sentencing may over Eric chin one of the troopers charged in the scandal. Troopers. The now disbanded troop e were expected to issue a minimum of eight to ten citations for each air overtime shift worked air stands for accident and injury reduction effort and its goal was to reduce crashes on the pike by targeting aggressive and speedy drivers court documents indicate that any trooper who didn't make the ticket quota had to explain themselves to their superiors. Repeated failures often resulted in troopers being blocked from receiving overtime. Federal prosecutors say troopers working the airships routinely failed to work the full four hours required. Instead writing the minimum number of tickets in an hour or less, and then going home the documents indicate when there was bad weather. The troopers didn't have to work or write any citations at all and treated it as if it were a paid holiday Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Massachusetts state police denied the existence of quotas in Palm Beach, Florida. Prosecutors throwing a legal pass to patriots owner Robert Kraft, they are now offering a plea deal. In your human trafficking bust. Adam Assange parlor, the Palm Beach state attorney confirms that it's offered Robert Kraft and twenty four other men charged with soliciting prostitution, a standard diversion program. That's offered the first time offenders, a spokesman said the men have to concede that they would have been found guilty would perform one hundred hours community service attend a class on the dangers of prostitution and pay five thousand dollars per count. Craft was charged with two counts last month. He has not commented on the offer Bill Rakoff CBS news, Robert Kraft is losing fans survivors of sex trafficking. And advocate groups have sent a letter to the NFL Commissioner asking for Justice, roughly, ninety sex trafficking, survivors, organizations and others have signed onto a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressing quote, deep concern regarding the criminal charges of soliciting prostitution against Robert Kraft. The letter calls on the NFL executive committee took conduct an investigation, and it Furthermore says it if that. Investigation finds it Kraft did in fact pay for sex the NFL should ban him from team ownership. Mark Remillard, ABC news next. They exchanged ideas and soccer jerseys at the White House to presidents now. Apparently, very good friends. It's four zero three.
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"Forty seven degrees at one oh three. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight to passport offices in Collin county one in plano, one in McKinney remained closed due to a fraud investigation. They've been closed since December Collin county district clerk Lyn. Finley says those offices have been cooperating and have been cleared of any wrongdoing. But she says despite pleas, they are still closed specific type of passport that we're looking at perhaps, you just eliminate us from doing that particular thing and allow us to stay open, and they said absolutely not we are going to keep you closed as long as the investigation is ongoing requests to the Dallas passport agency for comment have gone unanswered. The war of words is just heating up between JPS hospital and the company that maintains its elevators yesterday. JPS hospital. CEO Robert Earley fired off. A sternly worded letter to Tyson. Croup elevators saying that it never repairs. Elevators because that's what it had hired TK to do. It comes after TK released. A letter dated January eleventh that's nine days before nurse. Karen Stratford was critically hurt. After being crushed in a malfunctioning elevator in that letter K E service operations manager, Rick. Kearns weren't GPS not to work on the elevators itself. Early fired back saying that the hospital was rescuing people trapped inside an elevator and shut down malfunctioning. Elevators. He says that is not tantamount to repairing. Elevators Andrew Greenstein. Newsradio. Ten eighty KRLD..
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"Cloudy, forty seven degrees. We're expecting a high today of forty nine but with a blustery wind. It'll feel like it's chest in the thirties. And it'll be cold tonight with lows in the twenties for the city teens for some of the outer suburbs. CBS news time, twelve oh three. Prosecutors call it a one man sex spray bail has been set at two hundred thousand dollars for a Brooklyn lawyer charged in three cold-case sex attacks deputy CBS reporter, Mike shmelts has the story the sexual assaults all had a similar pattern. The victims were young women either walking into her leaving their apartment and the attacker would group them one time he put his head over victims mouth to try to smother her screams. Now, four years later, thirty five old corporate lawyer, Sean Kelly from Canarsie has been charged in three of the overall five clustered together sexual assaults. Police have been investigating for all those years. The best piece of evidence police had to go on was a clip from surveillance video that showed the suspect now believed to be Kelly walking at night wearing a Yankee sat that for the most part covered his face making an identification nearly impossible speaking with the daily news, Kelly's lawyer questions the evidence police use to charge his client saying that one of the victims picked Kelly out of a lineup while none of the other victims did no. Or for prosecutors? Why Kelly was only charged in three of the overall five sexual assaults that were being investigated. Mike's spells WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty eight year old boy is in critical condition and three other children are hospitalized after a dramatic rescue from a burning apartment in. The Bronx firefighters had to battle through intense smoke to find the children yesterday. The boy was not breathing when firefighter Jessica Alba's found him hiding in a tub inside a locked bathroom. He spoke to CBS to him downstairs to the dirt. Throwaway.
Breath test 'could help detect cancers earlier'
"And stomach cancers Snapple achieves at the end send it to the lab. And then you'd get the results Rebecca Kohlberg doesn't have cancer. But in her early thirties he was diagnosed with Barrett's esophagus. She's taking part in the trial. The great. Sixty minutes. And then you home again. The sedation sprays. Rebecca FitzGerald says early detection is vital to improve treatment and survival from cancers, I'm Ed Donahue, forty seven degrees. Cloudy in New York. Rain is headed this way. A flood warning for the Passaic river localized minor coastal flooding near high tide Saturday morning. Wins. News time, twelve ten. According to a recent nationwide study Chevrolet is more reliable than Toyota, Honda and Ford
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"It's forty seven degrees at one zero three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. I twenty and Terrel remains closed tonight because of a fatality crash a fiery accident involving two big rig. Big rigs one of them. A FedEx truck firefighters from Tara college mound. Elmo all being called out to help on this one DPS troopers are investigating. They're saying simply that one person was dead at the scene at this point the cause of the crash is not clear, but the westbound side of I twenty near FM four twenty nine remains closed at this hour thirty four percent of parents surveyed by a hospital in Michigan say their child was not likely to get a flu vaccine this year from Methodist health system in Dallas, Dr Cheryl VERA, Burkhalter says that's a surprising number two point beginning in September two. I recommend that gets this year's vaccine, as you know, every year, the vaccine changes, and so it does add benefit even though he did have a vaccine the previous year. She says some parents tell her they were skipping the vaccine last year because they had heard he was not very effective for that particular strain 'cause North Texas police are looking for signs that the so-called felony lane gang is making its return. They seem to show up every year about this time gang is not the typical auto burglars. They are organized in trained, and they seem to show up somewhere in the Metroplex every year between thanksgiving in January first they have struck in plano in the past officer, David tilles says, the thief will usually sit in the parking lot of a health club or a daycare and watch for women going to go in there. They're gonna look they're going to see very quickly if there was a purse left, and they're they're break the window. They'll grab the purse, and then they take off their fast breaking out a window driving off with a person less than thirty seconds till he says the best defense is to make sure that person with you or put the person the trunk before you get to your destination. L P Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD..
Student loan company Navient used deceptive practices, audit suggests
"Washington debate is slated this evening between two candidates in unexpectedly. Contentious Mississippi Senate race, Republican Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith faces a runoff next week against democrat. Mike Espy the runoff race has become embroiled in controversy after a video surfaced on Twitter from a campaign event for Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith in Tupelo Mississippi earlier this month, and it she can be heard praising supporter by saying, quote, if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be on the front row given Mississippi's history of racist violence against black people many observers heard that comment as a disturbing reference to lynching Hyde Smith who is white said in a statement that quote, any attempt to turn this into a negative connotation is ridiculous her opponent. Former congressman in US agriculture secretary. Mike Espy is African American. No candidate got more than fifty percent of the vote on November six sending the race to a runoff. Next week. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, the head of New York City's board of election says the ballot is the reason for long lines on election day, the perforated to page ballot presented a series of problems never before experienced by the board or anywhere in the country. The only executive director Michael Ryan, he spoke to city council members during a nearly four hour long hearing today said his agency just didn't have enough time to test the scanners with that amount of paper city council speaker Cory Johnson said he expects a full plan from the city and state officials about how to fix these issues for quote, the next election and the one after that and the one after that. The man accused of killing a New York City. Toddler best known as baby hope has died in custody. The New York Times reporting that Corrado Juarez died Sunday due to complications related upon create a cancer. The fifty seven year old former restaurant worker was awaiting trial for the last five years. What is was charged in the murder of four year old on Djelic Custodio whose body was found in a cooler left in a wooded area area in upper Manhattan back in nineteen Ninety-one. Prosecutors say she had been suffocated and molested her killing remained unsolved for more than two decades, and predatory lenders in New Yorker taking advantage of an arcane legal document that allows them to immediately sees borrower's assets when they default, and in some cases, even when they don't the loophole is called a confession of judgment it forces small-time borrowers to forfeit their rights. If the lenders. Decide to sue Bloomberg BusinessWeek reporters Meyde Meidlinger says that most of these lenders are actually from out of state. The lenders have figured out that the New York state court system is the best for what they're trying to do here. And so they typically go to upstate county clerk's offices where people are just kind of sitting there rubber-stamping these judgments, there's no judge involved and mitre says these are impossible to overturn forty seven degrees. Support for NPR comes from i-drive may grow remote PC, providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use win telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote dot com slash NPR. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. Ari Shapiro before heading to his mar-a-lago resort for thanksgiving today. President Trump took questions from reporters on the lawn of the White House as his helicopter waited. The topics included his statement on Saudi Arabia. A legal setback on his new asylum. Restrictions and his daughter Ivanka is use of a personal Email address. He spoke out against the ninth circuit court of appeals the federal appeals court for the western US. That's where judge yesterday temporarily halted the administration's new restrictions on asylum-seekers, Trump suggested the court was biased. No matter. What you do? No
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"Tomorrow morning as we head to school and works. It'll be very very careful with adding plan some extra time they had to get out of there, especially doing tomorrow morning's commute, a low of forty three in town upper thirties across the burbs with forty seven degrees right now in the park wins. News time five oh six. The trial of accused notorious Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman starts tomorrow in Brooklyn. Julia pop-up says the security is locked up tight his whereabouts will remain a mystery. And so will the identities of the jurors just part of the unprecedented protection surrounding the trial of Joaquin Guzman. He's known as El Chapo, which translates to shorty, but he's accused of being the giant leader of the lucrative Sinoloa drug cartel cartel with tentacles throughout the world. Prosecutors say everything from cocaine heroin marijuana and amphetamines were distributed through his system by plane train even submarine he has twice escaped Mexican prisons. So the feds here are taking no chances. He's been held in solitary for nearly two years and his whereabouts during the trial will remain unknown. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. News running to Florida now. And judge says everybody needs suggest ramp down the rhetoric just calm down. I need reassured citizens of the. Integrity of the Florida recount circuit chief judge Jack Tudor said that he's seen. No evidence of wrongdoing. And the vote county in Broward County democratic Senator Bill Nelson suing the Florida Department of state trying to get vote by mail ballots that were not delivered before the polls closed. Counted Senator Bill Nelson also want Scott to step away from over seeing the tally. One fact is that Rick Scott is an interested in making sure every lawful vote is counted. And the second is that he's using his power as governor to try to undermine the voting process. Governor Rick Scott suing for the voting machines and balanced to put in custody of the Broward sheriff's office and the Florida Department of law enforcement, Scott says that election supervisor brenda's Snipes as a history of violating state law. During vote-counting attorney Jason Zimmerman is representing Scott in this lawsuit. All you have
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"Forty seven degrees at six o'clock, if it's Berg international line rose. Ryan Douglas, not even twenty four hours after the midterm elections. Attorney general Jeff Sessions is out of a job CBS news. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says he's going to make sure everyone knows who's decision. This wise to go. He was not just going to step aside. And go quietly he wanted to continue what he believed was very important work specifically when it comes to immigration and combating violent crimes he wanted to make it clear. Look, I'm not going around volition everyone. Saw the writing on the wall. Everyone expected this would happen. But he wanted everyone to know this is not his decision. He was not walking away from a job that I can tell you in conversations with him. He truly loved at a news conference this afternoon. President Trump had a stern warning for Democrats the day after the midterm elections. If you investigate me, we make no deals more from CBS is major. Garissa phrase that matters most that I take away from this press conference warlike posture, the president had one with reporters assembled here. And he said if in fact House Democrats with their majority in twenty thousand nineteen begin to investigate either him personally or his administration with subpoenas that all bets are off as far as legislative compromise. A record number of women on the ballot in Pennsylvania produced a record number of women headed to elected office. Here's Katie radio's Joe DO in its history. Pennsylvania had sent seven women to congress Pennsylvania center for women in politics executive director Dana Brown at Chatham university. Says that has changed big time had not sent a woman to congress of two twenty fourteen. When Allyson Schwartz was the last congresswoman and so now in a Commonwealth we're going from zero to four all from the eastern half of the state. The Pittsburgh area will send five women to the state house. One to the state Senate for seats formerly held by man. Joe steal NewsRadio ten twenty. Eighty K A a couple accused of assaulting a northside elementary teacher last year pleaded guilty today. Thirty year old day, Sean, Williams and old Vincent Beasley, followed the teacher home after a confrontation over an incident involving Williams daughter while stopped in traffic Williams through a break at the teacher through her open car window, then with the help of easily assaulted her defense attorney Blaine Jones tells Katie k ATV she said that she lost her cool. She got caught up in the moment. She thought she was doing right by her daughter but upon looking back upon some self reflection. She realizes that that wasn't the right way to go about things. Williamson Beasley we'll be sentenced in February a former Ross township man, convicted of killing two of his wives. Two states could be released from a North Carolina prison potentially cutting short his life sentence after more than twenty two years. Sixty three year old Tim Boskovski is in prison for the first degree murder of his first wife. Elaine. She was found in a bathtub at their Greensboro home in nineteen ninety. He was tried in North Carolina only after being charged for the nineteen Ninety-four death in a hot tub of his second wife Marianne. Dan in Rostow. Chip Wall Street today. Hefford Tillotson says the Dow was up five hundred forty five points at twenty six thousand one eighty the NASDAQ up one hundred ninety four points the SNP up fifty.
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"Forty seven degrees, cloudy skies at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreadie Senator. Bob corker isn't believing Saudi Arabia's explanation for the death of a journalist. They've lost all credibility as it relates to explaining what has happened, and I do hope over the next few days will actually have the tapes that the Turks have. On CNN state of the union that had a Republican is sad. He believes there's more to the story than what's being led on. It's believed Washington Post columnist dramatic Shoji was killed in the Saudi consulate in Turkey earlier this month. Federal health officials say the sensitive information of about seventy five thousand ObamaCare users was hacked last month. John Jeffries has more the personal health data was compromised when a government portal to help people enroll on healthcare dot gov was breached by hackers. The Washington Post says the breach was detected Thursday in federal authorities are investigating the hat comes just two weeks before the start of the annual ObamaCare enrollment period the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services says open enrollment will not be negatively impacted by the breach. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio exterminators are slowly making their way through a Bronx public housing complex that has been overrun by rats norm Laden has that neighbors at the Claremont houses say the rats have taken over the building. And they no longer fear people. So people can get out of border Bill. I haven't used the kitchen. The public housing authority says they've hired a crew of exterminators to go through every apartment to attack the problem. Many in the building say they've closed off their kitchens and have been eating out for months because the rats are just everywhere no-one Laden for seven ten w o war along eyelid woman is pleading not guilty to DWI charges in connection with an eight car pile up on the Long Island expressway Friday night that left several people with minor injuries. Suzanne Butler was rained yesterday and released without bail Suffolk County. Police say the problems began after a car fire clog traffic near exit forty nine in Melville where two car collision became an eight car. Pileup cops say the crash included an oil tanker and the minivan driven by Butler that became wedged under the rig. President Trump says the US is pulling out of a thirty year arms control treaty with Russia. President said yesterday following a rally in Nevada that he wants to develop weapons that are banned by the treaty which has kept nuclear missiles out of Europe. Former Mets and Phillies star. Lenny Dykstra is expected in court tomorrow. Scott Pringle reports. Dykstra is expected to be arraigned in Union County, New Jersey on charges. He allegedly had cocaine on him and made threats against an Uber driver. This was back in may and Linden. The former major league baseball star not only denies these accusations. But he claims the Uber driver tried kidnapping him when Dykstra changed where he wanted to go. All I asked him do is go to the right destination. They went crazy. I literally thought this guy was gonna kill me. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W. W O R news time is eleven oh three sports. Sandra Weather Channel forecast. Next.
Mystery solved: Why Trump-Macron friendship tree vanished
"Can take up to two weeks before becoming fully effective thousands of cases of dog flu have been confirmed across the country in the past year last week was dog flu prevention wins news time one twenty four when french president macron visited the white house last week he and president trump helped plant and oak tree it was a gift from france but now that tree is gone mystery solved it was removed and placed in quarantine just like other plants and animals brought to the united states an official at macron's office says both sides knew the plan was what the plan was going in it's forty seven degrees cloudy we're heading up to fifty five wins news time one twenty five with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the pool that will turn your kids fingers into prunes the living room or your.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A high of fifty saturday cloudy a high of fifty five sunday cloudy a high of sixty monday cloudy a high of sixty two degrees and o'connell it's forty four degrees in wasco it is forty six in milwaukee forty seven degrees joe head coach of the box was scheduled to be with us right now that's going to be an hour from now an hour from now the coaches in a film sessions with the team so we will have the coach coming up at four forty the full packers twenty eighteen schedule being released later on today and that means many of you will start booking your hotels tonight and just in case you didn't hear the packers open season at home ever since the bears is on september ninth that was released earlier today and i did speak with president of the greater green bay convention and visitors bureau brad toll about just how fast those hotel rooms fill up probably the most popular games some of them will likely fell tonight if people are looking at a particular game they're planning to come into typically the sooner they make the reservation the batter because hotels to fill up eighty thousand seat stadium and about forty four hundred or so hotel room so they go quick can you give people that are wanting to book maybe a strategy of how to get the best deal or how to get the best hotel i would suggest probably going online room key dot com i know is one that's a lot of people will use they can find a whole list of our hotels in the area on green bay dot com but a lot of people will do a little bit of that research online i so that you don't end up spending a lotta time calling towels that are already sold out finney won a struggling they can certainly call our office to and our numbers are all i'm.
Boston, England and Vice President discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Equal opportunity lender news traffic weather and business reports this is wbz newsradio ten thirty serving boston and all of new england wbz news time three eighteen it's forty seven degrees cloudy in boston top stories now speaking from the sidelines of a summit in peru vice president mike pence says the us led airstrikes on syria degraded and crippled the regime's chemical weapons capability fan says the attacks show the us won't tolerate the use of chemical weapons the un secretary general is urging restraint following the air strikes the un says chemical weapons watchdog group is in syria now to examine the targets struck by western forces at pakistan is saying that is it has grave concern over the syrian missile attacks in is calling on all sides to refrain from actions that violate the un charter pakistan also says it condemns the use of chemical weapons by.
Dc, Facebook and Florida discussed on Colorado's Morning News
"In all fifty states equal housing lender nmls number thirty thirty next update at eight forty on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station beautiful day for denver the front range in virtually the entire state of colorado will top out right around seventy degrees this afternoon under mostly sunny skies and just a little bit a win tonight partly cloudy we'll keep it dry the wind starts to pick up tonight will fall to forty five tomorrow we'll be very breezy at times wind gusts up to thirty five miles per hour and much warmer as well highs almost eighty degrees in the metro area tomorrow the combination of the warmth and the wind and a low humidity means fi fire danger red flag warnings already been posted for tomorrow afternoon and then thursday mostly sunny even windier with a high of seventy six from cbs four ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm clear skies forty seven degrees in denver now on colorado's morning news koa newsradio breaking news there's another shakeup in the white house to tell you about press secretary sarah sanders is confirming homeland security advisor tom bossert is leaving he's resigned there are reports that he was asked to step aside by new national security adviser john bolton sanders says the president's grateful to bossert for his commitment to the safety and security of our great country the president went onto wish him well response from the white house on syria's use of chemical weapons could come soon president trump will be staying in dc this weekend to oversee the situation instead of heading to south america for a summit the president held a meeting late yesterday with his military fficials this isn't the first time a president has canceled a foreign trip in order to deal with an urgent issue in two thousand thirteen president obama canceled a four nation week long trip to asia in order to stay in washington because of the government shutdown president trump was scheduled to travel to peru and colombia next week he's hosting japanese prime minister obey at his maralago resort in florida karen travers abc news the white house facebook ceo oh he starts the day one of his.
Bill Cosby trial: Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M, prosecutor says
"Say it's only for research studies not doctors and their patients john hamilton npr news bill cosby's defense is scheduled to make opening statements today at cosby sexual assault retrial in pennsylvania cosby's lawyer is expected to highlight nearly three and a half million dollar settlement cosby paid to the woman that he's accused of assaulting at his home in two thousand four district attorney kevin steele revealed the settlement in his opening statement yesterday cosby's first trial last year ended with jurors unable to reach a unanimous verdict i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for npr comes from the lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the us and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors more information is available at lemelson dot org and the robert wood johnson foundation at our w j f dot org this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson rain and snow early this morning but it'll switch all to rain after eight am otherwise mostly cloudy through the day today high near forty seven degrees tonight partly cloudy with lows in the mid thirties it'll be mostly sunny for tomorrow wednesday high near fifty four by the afternoon and on thursday look even better partly sunny through the day the high reaching about sixty one degrees on thursday afternoon scott pruitt's ethical lapses aired out on fox news have you made mistakes i think this is something needs to be corrected and it was a mistake it was a mistake by my team so you take responsibility to fix us i'm fixing it do you take responsibility on fixing the problem mistakes by the head of the catch up to him but will he keep his job next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine fm.
After his arrest, Conor McGregor faces a new reality
"The mix of clouds and sun today warming up to sixty one you'll see a little rain late tonight low thirty six and then saturday cloudy called the morning mix of rain and snow south of the city high forty seven degrees it's fifty three right now you f c star conor mcgregor faces assault charges after a wild incident in brooklyn service day mcgregor and his entourage of about twenty people showed up surprisingly through a side entrance at the barclay center and attacked a bus with other fighters following an ultimate fighting championship media event tmz video shows mcgregor pick up a hand dolly with reaction from the cameraman before he throws it the robust window police arrested mcgregor and he faces three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief fighters were injured and at least three scheduled bouts have been cancelled in relation to the incident op joe ramsey beatings time one twenty five it is time for business with donna wilson from bloomberg business was don't sit down as investors assessed the latest threat to global trade and a disappointing jobs report the dow jones industrial average falling three hundred thirty five points at one point three percent to twenty four thousand one sixty eight s and p five hundred down one percent the nasdaq slipping one percent caterpillar and boeing of falling after a fresh round of tariff threads from president trump meanwhile china's government says it will counter attack with great strength if president trump goes ahead with plans to raise tariffs on an additional one hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods and other news the nation's unemployment rate held steady at four point one percent for six months as the economy added a below forecasts one hundred and three thousand new jobs the median estimate was for one hundred and eighty five thousand jobs i'm donna wilson bloomberg business but kyw newsradio.
Passenger Safety Tether May Have Caused Deadly NY Copter Crash
"Stops this is talent and wins you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the forty one degrees correction forty seven degrees with a real feel of forty one in five twenty on this monday march the twenty six nine larry mullins and here's what's happening and we'll get the latest on the stock market talk about a banner day with all the exchanges closing well above their average is thirty six hundred sixty nine point standby for more jersey state assembly voting passed six bills making gun laws in the garden state tougher is by hundreds of people who have protested the proposal includes reducing the number of bullets allowed in a magazine the pilot of that helicopter which crashed into the east river toll the ntsb and emergency fuel shut off switch it already flipped off and he saw thought of passengers restraint harness under it as the craft was going down all of this came out in the preliminary report today about the march eleventh crash which killed five broadway is getting a vacation while sorta were denied they're developing a broadway version of the conic vacation series result will follow the griswold as they touchdown for the first time in the heart of the new york city theater disc wins accuweather plenty of sunshine today high of forty eight down to thirty three tonight and in sports john thank you the latest on giant odell beckham junior trade beyond the way like to the rams injury news not good for yankee first baseman greg bird this time five twenty one from your ram trucks traffic center expanded traffic and transit for.
Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh
"The center of the case are three statements nor salman gave to fbi agents in the hours after the twenty sixteen massacre that left forty nine dead in them she confessed to having supported her husband's plans for the rampage but cell phone evidence presented earlier during her trial contradicts wanted mission that she and her husband case polls before the mass shooting the evidence suggests salman never went near the club her attorneys contend the statements were coerced and falls salman is charged with provide material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice for npr news i'm amy green in orlando russian authorities say at least sixty four people are dead after a fire swept through a shopping mall yesterday it happened in the siberian city of kemerovo about one thousand nine hundred miles east of moscow according to some news reports the alarm system failed to go off and some fire exits were blocked who the rebels in yemen have fired ballistic missiles at riyadh the capital of saudi arabia npr's ruth sherlock says the attack took place on the third anniversary of yemen's war a streak across the sky and then the impact residents in saudi arabia's capital filmed the ballistic missile attack on their cell phones and shared the videos on social media the saudi military said the country's air defense system intercepted seven ballistic missiles but the fragments still hit the capital saudi state media said one person was killed and two others were injured in the attack these would be the first casualties in the saudi capital since the kingdom got involved in yemen's war saudi supports yemen's government against toothy rebels who it says are supported by its regional opponent iran more than ten thousand people have died in yemen's ongoing conflict wreath sherlock npr news beirut this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four it's thirty five degrees highs near forty seven degrees today with sunshine a farreaching pay equity bill is expected to pass the.
Missouri defends 241-year prison sentence for 16-year-old
"House would require people to get a permit from the department of agriculture k malek's news time seven oh seven missouri defending a prison sentence for a man who committed robbery and other crimes is a sixteen year old and isn't eligible for parole until he's one hundred twelve state attorney general josh holly says in a us court filing that bobby bostock's two hundred forty one year sentence for eighteen crimes does not violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment he says a high court ruling in two thousand ten that outlawed life sentences for people under eighteen who didn't kill anyone applies only to a sentence for one crime the average clog dancers are getting ready for a busy day tomorrow with not one but two parades in saint louis visitors in town this weekend include father inbar dowling of dublin he says he's heard about the fracture municipal governments we have here and he's hoping that everybody prospers as a result of the togetherness of this weekend the ancient order of hibernians parade steps often dog town at ten tomorrow morning the downtown parade starts at one couple of showers continuing this evening otherwise cloudy with a low forty one it's forty seven degrees at seven eight now.
Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy
"Host to a slew of tournament games for the next four days these kids made the trip from lubbock with their parents to cheer on the texas tech red raiders and are looking forward to the excitement people getting polarized shots three pointers fan buzzerbeaters loud very loud fan bases from west and east texas with stephen f austin making the terni and places like tennessee florida and chicago will all be in big d clayton neville wbz news oklahoma could soon be the first state to use nitrogen to execute death row inmates oklahoma is among several states that have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections in part because manufacturers don't want their chronics used for executions so the state's attorney general and correction director say nitrogen will help them resume carrying out the death penalty oklahoma has had one of the nation's busiest death chambers but has not carried out an execution since two thousand fifteen after a series of mishaps i'm jan johnson and didn't county sheriff's sergeant ended up behind bars after tarrant county investigators arrested him for online solicitation of a minor in a statement didn't county sheriff tracy murphy said that west jordan's alleged actions brought dishonor to his department and profession again clear overnight with a low near forty seven degrees right now it's fifty two.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Four 1030 or eighty ninety nine ten three the tollfree numbers eighty nine two nine 1030 and we're going to rebecca marion worcester after we quickly update you regarding the weather thirty five degrees the temperatures are taking in the right direction as in warmer mostly cloudy four four the rest of the night and into the early morning the temperatures going to be continuing to rise during the day saturday it'll be milder with a high of fifty degrees yes that's right i said fifty degrees in midfebruary no less cloudy and dams saturday night and sunday there would be rain maybe heavy at times also patches of locally dense fog the low saturday nights gonna be near forty degrees sunday's high is going to be forty three degrees monday they will be times of clouds and sun it'll be little breezy but again the high is going to be forty seven degrees tuesday it'll be chillier with some sunshine giving way to clouds high will only be thirty six but still that's above freezing thirty two degrees in reading it is thirty an avon 33 in cambridge again 35 in downtown boston let's get back to the stories get marion whisker of the live thank mary for being patient at warri of this morning then good point i i'm doing pretty well have a lot of fun listen you all these stories i i bet you get one mary very interesting yes um well one thing i wanted to say was the lady who called up who crossed out the window yes it shows you how dedicated people were lows deal they were still lot to get to work and because you stay home uh i think you're right but at that point no one had seen anything like this and so no one ever thought about that uh so yeah you're a but i think that's such a funny thing gig she had to get for people who had just tuning in we had a caller earlier she was any groundlevel apartment and dealing we should get out of her apartment go to work was to stand on her son's bureau in crawl out a window oh well another thing you said you know there were very many people i remember one close here to worcester um the 290 exit the shrewsbury was to exit and someone had to get off the.
"forty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time one 48 forty seven degrees in boston rugby easy newsroom woman and her boyfriend charged with kidnapping the woman's nine year old twin daughters police say the girls were taken yesterday from limit two main they are seeing rissa ever source customers i be digging a bit deeper into their pockets decks dear utility company wants to raise rates by five percent the facing service woman is dead dear crashes through his kgb pavin late yesterday afternoon on wellesley street in western and in providence on i ninety five one person is dead a woman injured and after police are involved that a shoot out on the highway or more on that throughout the afc in other news it's a first fema is offering to airlift displaced hurricane maria victims from puerto rico to the mainland here in the us cbs's david begg no in san juan explained it's part of fema's temporary shoring assist program nailed earnest's the'must federal coordinating officer here on the islet we have never done in average before a for this program we have that take the time to vote set it up because less wanted jews put people on a plane arriving at the airport and not have the rap brown services they'll take care birth says so far the program has yet to gain momentum out of three hundred families interviewed 48 hours ago only thirty he says showed interest cbs news reporting that homeland security is discovered potentially dangerous screaming holes nations airports cbs news homeland security correspondent gbi says details from washington possibly over seventy percent of the time explosives and weapons were able to get through checkpoints just two years ago testing found a ninety five percent failure rate homeland security committee received a classified briefing on the report here's what chairman michael mccall said afterward we found the briefing disturbing we need to do more to confront the growing threats aimed at the aviation sector inspector general report does make eight recommendations to improve screening efforts but those details remain classified a group of house republicans spoke out on capitol hill today in favour of legislation that prevailed the deportation of emigrants were able to stay in the us because of dhaka congressman dan new house republican for sentenced orders must be secure in our laws must be on eld but we must also under states.