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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.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Those they've got lanes taken down and then up in the high country around Tennessee we are seeing a lot of fog so that's causing some slow traffic in and out that area in both directions of I. seventy Bucks thirty one pinpoint weather type might see a little bit more rain a low of forty one degrees tomorrow rain in the morning possible and then it should start warming up high of seventy three currently forty three degrees I'm Darren Copeland on KOAA news radio one everywhere on the I heart radio app I heart radio goes one on one with Joe Perry from Aerosmith to get his thoughts on being inducted into the songwriters hall of fame one of those things you don't expect to happen I picked up the guitar for the beginning songs for the beginning of your ideas yes by surprise seven seas and it's going to be on that list that keep listening to I heart radio for more of their Smith and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl hall to get the scoop on writing the song privatized I sat down to this little what was it chord organ and then I turned on the we had a little box full of Roland compu with which was this proto drum machine and it's a rock and roll one and I pressed a little Dick Dick Dick Dick Dick Dick right and that was going around then I started playing on the organ boom for for profit for survival and I started doing that and it's still technically then and that is literally what you're hearing on the record so it it I've said this sounds pretty good pretty good I started one and then it then it I'm just.
Chicago Weather: Temperatures Cooler For Week To Come
"Dot com whatever you do today enjoy this weather most of today is going to be fantastic sunshine and temperatures near seventy two degrees today but around eight or nine o'clock the temperature is going to really hit the skids strong cold front is going to come through temperatures will drop tonight to about forty three degrees and pretty much for the rest of this coming week temperatures are going to be chilly it's going to be a little bit rainy cloudy tomorrow with highs around forty nine in a little bit warmer in the suburbs it is sixty nine degrees officially in Chicago right
Boston Weather: Cold Rain And Potential Wet Snow On The Way
"Well hope you had a chance to get out and enjoy the spectacular weather yesterday because we're not going to see the sun for a while clouds rain developing throughout the day today a Ross strengthening windows well temps in the forties tonight windy cold periods of rain and drizzle tomorrow more of the same just wet with windy weather maybe even some snow flurries in the western hills north into New Hampshire maybe an inch or so of the cannulation temps in the thirties tomorrow maybe the low forties right now cloudy in forty three degrees in
Chicago Weather: Gusty Winds To Continue Through Evening
"And see we've got temperatures maybe near fifty away from the lake and still windy but nothing like the weekend right Steve yeah I know it is a matter of fact we're going to be do you know drying out at least through the week I don't see any chance of rain here until at least Friday and then then it's only a small chance so we'll take the dryness but the only forty eight for a high today maybe even cooler than that at the lake front and the wind is still a major issue this morning with winds gusting about twenty miles per hour in places mostly cloudy tonight low down to thirty for the mostly cloudy tomorrow and a high near forty two right now in Chicago we have Addo here forty three degrees forty three at midway forty three at the lake front it's forty one this morning in
New York Weather: 5 day forecast
"Let's get a check of your five day weather forecast we head over to the weather center and CBS usually spends expect partly to mostly cloudy skies on this Monday with the forecast high of forty five degrees for this city occasionally will have breezy conditions so it may feel a little bit colder for your Tuesday partly to mostly sunny skies with a high of forty three degrees but it will definitely feel colder on Tuesday when you factor in the winds for Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high of only forty degrees the temperatures gradually going down and on Thursday were expecting mostly sunny skies and a cold thirty eight degrees for a high on Friday we do see the temperatures rebound the high should be forty two degrees but we'll see increasing clouds and we're watching a system that could bring us some more wet weather for the weekend we give course will keep you posted from CVS to news I'm
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty three degrees in Boston at five o'clock on this Friday afternoon heading into the weekend we've got a lot of rain to talk about I'm Laurie Kirby here's what's happening in the news on Capitol Hill winding down into the final hours of three days of opening arguments for removing president Donald Trump from office tomorrow Republicans begin their openings in defense of the president what might they say the impeachment managers are telling the United States Senate and the country as a whole the buying allegations had been investigated that is a flat untrue Lindsey Graham here's more Democrats making a final day of arguments on why they want the Senate to remove president from from all of us the house manager Adam Schiff saying only the centipede and what he calls the president's abuse of power do you think it's going to stop now do you think if we do nothing it's going to stop now all of the evidence is to the country you know it's not going to stop president just told one of the members of this body he still wants Biden invest it's not going to stop unless the Congress does something about Republican Lindsey Graham insisting it is Joe Biden and his son who should be investigated not the president because we're not going to live in a country where only Republicans get looked at Democrats and their arguments today the president's team begins presenting their case Saturday Andy field ABC news and keep in on WBZ newsradio for continuing coverage also the I heart radio app and we'd like to invite you to join us at seven tonight well run after the seven o'clock news anyway seven oh six it starts right on the dot we have a special well produced highly it just insightful one hour broadcast we've been doing this several nights now in a row from ABC news wrapping up everything that's happened so far if you're at work missing some of the Senate impeachment trial missing history we've got to wrap up tonight again in that seven o'clock hour on Beacon Hill state lawmakers are hearing testimony on the safe communities act this proposal would make Massachusetts a sanctuary state supporters of the safe communities actually will protect illegal immigrants from being turned over to federal ice agents for deportation simply because they sought medical help for social services Carol rows of the civil liberties union says Massachusetts should not become a tool of the trump administration's heavy handed crackdown on illegal immigrants whose only crime is they came here illegally standing.
Germany's "Berliner Sea Dogs" continue traditional polar plunge
"It it was was a a cold cold Christmas Christmas morning morning for for some some swimming swimming Santa's Santa's in Berlin the Berlin swimming club also known as the Berliner seadogs took their traditional Christmas day plunge in lake boring on the outskirts of Berlin about forty members of the club braved water temperatures of forty one degrees Fahrenheit the air temperature was just a touch warmer at forty three degrees but some complained it was too warm the swimmer Sankardev tional Christmas songs and drank warm drinks dressed in their Santa Claus costumes the group also gets together to celebrate new years in the same way by taking a cold swim in the cold waters of the lake
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty three degrees in Boston at nine o'clock good evening I'm done hop here's what's happening the end of this week's public impeachment hearings in Washington intelligence committees wrapped up two weeks of public impeachment hearing the words of my great colleague we are better than that I turned in sheer Adam Schiff quoting the late congressman Elijah Cummings as he closed the hearing Ohio Republican Jim Jordan says none of what transpired in the last two weeks really matter what is the one is going to happen in eleven and a half months ago that the White House hosting two meetings today with Republican senators more from ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl resident the White House they're working very hard to keep Republicans in line and so far it is working I do not see an indication of a single Republican defection not in the house not in the Senate on impeachment house Intel committee is gonna willing to write its report then make it public and then it's going to send it to the Judiciary Committee which will use it as it considers articles of impeachment with continuing coverage of the house impeachment hearings I'm sharyl opener ABC news among the senators meeting with the president today Republican Susan Collins of Maine who says the president did not ask anything of the eight senators who met with him behind closed doors on that no procedure was discussed Webster man sentenced following his involuntary manslaughter conviction in the death of state trooper Thomas clarity on the mass pike controlled in three years ago that day when I was told my husband was killed today my life St still resa Clardy told the judge that life is her family knew it ended on March sixteenth two thousand sixteen when her husband was hit and killed by a speeding car driven by David you're gonna on the mass pike control to judge Janet Kenton Walker sentenced to go not to five to seven years in prison but not before hearing from several of trooper Clardy six children including his daughter Gabrielle and I was fourteen years old when I lost my father in a homestand read and my dad was my hero my dad made its lock never came other thoughts the prosecution says dragoon it was high on marijuana at the time of the crash the defense calls the canyon native a good person who did a bad thing in Worcester Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio governor Charlie Baker is indicating his support for that distracted driving bill that got through the legislature it would ban the use of hand held cell phones while behind the wheel governor says it's clear the texting and driving led to a lot of accidents in Rhode Island regulators say new licenses for six medical marijuana dispensaries will be awarded through a random lottery the proposed regulations would not allow the new dispensaries to grow their own cannabis until they're open and a market study is completed a rally in New York City calling on state lawmakers to pass a comprehensive measure legalizing pot dozens gathered to pressure lawmakers in Albany and governor Cuomo over the issue of legalization.
Outgoing Police Commissioner Talks About Crime In The Subways
"Outgoing police commissioner o'neill sat down one on one with our Juliet Papa among other things the discuss the architect in crime in the subways submission James a meal spent many years as a cop underground he knows the particulars and knows that despite push back to enforcement there will be no let up you have to control the entrance to the subway this way people feel safe when they're on the subway because it's it's a different environment to work in industry there's no way to go you're in a subway car so we have to make sure we do our best to to make people feel safe not only be safe would feel safe most fare beaters receive summonses and he says even with the uptick in misdemeanors the numbers are much better than they used to be asked if he'll miss the job he described as all consuming am I going to miss that probably well we will Juliet Papa ten ten wins news you can hear the interview in its entirety ten ten wins dot com when news time ten oh seven the American medical association today called for an immediate ban on all vaping products New York is the latest state too soon he said maker Joel data turning general Letitia James says the number of kids vaping is staggering a recent national youth tobacco survey shows that approximately four point one million high school students and one point two million a middle school students currently used he cigarettes the suit alleges jul targeted kids with flavored E. six days after Greek life activity was suspended at Syracuse University following several alleged racial incidents hate filled manifesto was sent to some students phones the racist manifesto was somehow air drop to cellphones belonging to students who were in the Syracuse University library at one in the morning some students said it was the same manifesto used by the gunmen who attacked the mosque in Christchurch New Zealand a few hours earlier that manifesto was posted in an online forum about fraternity life on campus governor Andrew Cuomo blasted the university administration's handling of recent hate incidents he said they were not handled in a manner that reflects New York state's aggressive opposition to such reprehensible behavior Steve casting down for ten ten wins Disney's head of streaming service of design problem with the app for the new Disney plus streaming service appears to be to blame for some users being shot out of their accounts no word how many subscribers were involved forty three degrees fair skies in New York humidity sixty two
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"O'clock at forty three degrees good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening questioning continues in this first session today planned in the impeachment hearings in Washington check proceedings right now with ABC news hearings a witness who was on the July phone call on which president trump past Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his son two US military aid to Ukraine was held up lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men of the National Security Council without hesitation I knew that I had to report this to the White House counsel I had concerns and it was my duty to report my concerns to the proper our property people mission command Republicans have pointed out that lieutenant colonel then men was approached by the Ukrainian government three times with an offer to serve as its defense minister some media commentators have brought this up as a question of loyalty the man says he was brought to the U. S. as a toddler is an American and dismiss the offers and reported him to his superiors he said the whole notion according to him is rather comical with continuing coverage the house impeachment hearings trucks the return ABC news will check in every fifteen minutes throughout the mid day keeping you on top of what's happening in DC and tonight if you can if you can't possibly tune in throughout the rest of the afternoon we've got you covered a special report airing at seven o'clock we get some analysis and the wrap up of today's events again that ABC news special report tonight at seven o'clock right here on WBZ newsradio it's twelve a one in Boston gunfire outside the Boston police headquarters last night in Roxbury pretty close call for an officer.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty three degrees in Boston at ten thirty. Good evening. I'm Suzanne saws Ville. Here's what's happening. We begin with a breaking news story at a Braintree? A pedestrian is hit on I ninety three south state police say the victim suffered life threatening injuries. The highway was shut down for a while. But has since reopened. It's unclear why the person was on the highway. We'll bring you more as information becomes available. Former vice president Joe Biden is defending his interactions with women standing by his claim he never acted inappropriately. A former Nevada assembly member has accused by kissing her on the head in two thousand fourteen making her feel uncomfortable CBS's, Tony dokoupil has more. Lucy floor is was a member of the Nevada legislature. When she ran for Lieutenant governor in two thousand fourteen then vice president Joe Biden visited the state for a pre-election rally floor says he approached her as she prepared to go onstage out of nowhere. I feel a Joe Biden. His hands on my shoulders. Get a very close to me from behind lean in smell, my hair. And then plan to a slow kiss on the top of my head in an article in New York magazine Flora's wrote that the incident made her feel uneasy gross in confused Florez was on CNN today. She'll be on CBS this morning tomorrow. Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton hints as to win. He'll make a decision on whether he's going to run for president WBZ's. Sheri, small has the story on CNN state of the union with Jake tapper Massachusetts, congressman democrat, Seth Moulton says he's still mulling over a possible. Twenty twenty presidential run to listen. I'm my wife are talking about this molten was just in Iowa. And he recently made trips to the early primary voting states of New Hampshire and South Carolina. He says the recent birth of his daughter has him more invested in the future. They don't want her growing up in this country. The way that it is with their commander in chief that we fundamentally can't trust we have a lot of things to fix this country. And if I can be a small part of doing that. That's a compelling reason. Come in are going to talk about this. When in the next few weeks next few weeks, Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The Trump administration is doubling down on its threat to shut down the border with Mexico. President Trump says there's a good chance he'll close the border this week if Mexico doesn't stop.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we check the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Frank straight. Kolba quiet this evening tonight. Clear skies will drop to twenty four downtown Boston with some of the western suburbs. Dipping to the teams tomorrow, you'll see sun fade behind increasing clouds overall, a decent February day, though with the high thirty seven cloudy tomorrow night, low twenty nine snow will get underway after midnight league for slippery travel through at least the first part of Monday accumulate I will be thirty five Monday, Tuesday, sunshine returns, but it'll stay chilly with a high thirty three. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio right now, we have sunshine and a temperature of forty three degrees in Boston. I'm sitting Stampa. If you missed toughest nails sign night. You can get the podcast on the iheartradio. This week. Hoddle of the American dream with the tally the dosage owner world auto body in Brookline and Tuscan drive auto body in Stoughton. Of New England Washington's birthday sales event last all month wherever the rotates you this winter field the freedom in the all new three row. Twenty nineteen Subaru ascent starting at only thirty one nine ninety five or at least for only three thirty nine per month for thirty six months with twenty nine ninety nine due at signing. The ascend come standard with symmetrical all wheel drive offering endless possibilities for your next winter adventure plus with room for up to eight family members. Love is now bigger than ever the all new three row. Twenty nineteen Subaru starts at only thirty one nine ninety five or lease for only three thirty nine per month for complete details into find your authorized Subaru retailer. Visit Subaru of New England dot com. Feel the freedom. During the Subaru of New England Washington's birthday sales event. Twenty four seven three sixty five you're up an atom every day. So you don't want something like Medicare Part diva slow you down at Walgreens, we'll take care of your Medicare Part d prescriptions, saving you time and money. Make the switch to Walgreens today and get more by earning a hundred dollars reward points and save up to five dollars on each Medicare Part d prescription. When Walgreens is more preferred pharmacy, Walgreens, trusted since nineteen one prescription save is by engineers when he thought a preferred versus non preferred pharmacy on select plans points earned a New York. Interfere Arkansas restrictions. Limitations apply. At CDW. We get that you need a network to keep your business moving forward us for not backwards. Everything doing either way CDW has experts who can design and implement a secure innovative network built on Cisco DNA adapts to your needs to keep your business moving forward idea. Good is that IT orchestration by CDW. Get who people. I mean people who get it. Find out more at CDW dot com slash Cisco. With.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Forty three degrees right now in the city on the other hand in Warwick, it's twenty seven and snowing in New Jersey, Sussex, twenty-seven and snowing. I think you get the idea here where it is snowing. Bridgeport is thirty eight with rain on the other hand Danbury is thirty four and has changed over to snow that is going to be the situation as we go through the evening radar shows. It very very well with the rain snow line lined up along the way down to eighty seven and also across to eighty seven in the Hudson valley north of the merit aid continues to be a rain snow mix which will go back over to snow and even the city in Long Island down the jersey shore will likely change over to snow before this thing ends, obviously, they won't be as much precip left. So one two three tops for the city and the coast the way it looks now but three to six for the northern or western suburbs. Elevation playing a huge role in this Wednesday, a mix of sun and clouds. Blustery much colder. Icy morning. No new precip expected at that point. But very. I see out there now tomorrow afternoon there could be a mid day. Snow squall that moves on through is the temperature keeps moving from the twenty s into the teens tomorrow night's low of bidder. Five above two five below wind chill minus fifteen to minus twenty five Thursday, sunny only ten to fifteen for the high. But then we could tack on about ten each day Friday twenty to twenty five Saturday thirty to thirty five Sunday, probably forty to forty five by then reigning in the city now forty three humidity eighty two percent, but a sharp drop coming and a change the snow later tonight. Okay. Craig six twenty one.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Cloudy and forty three degrees in the city. We have rain here. But it is snowing north and west there, we might not get a whole lot here. But temperatures will be dropping overnight. Our chief meteorologist Craig Allen is joining us. So how much longer do we have this wintry mix, and then how cold is it get cracking already? So we have precipitation in the forecast at least until midnight or so, western suburbs. And probably till about two three AM for the eastern portions of our listening area. Now, this is how it all going to work out. It's forty three degrees in the city. We actually went up a degree as the wind comes in off the water places are into the forty to forty five degree range near the coast. We've got rain for the next several hours, but that cold air is ready to crash on east as we're watching it now on radar and all the other parameters to take a look at here and the rain snow line is still right along to eighty seven for now. So those of you traveling west on seventy eight or eighty going on up. To eighty-seven towards New York state through a you will find more and more snow. Same thing up six eighty four to the top there towards eighty four. That's where it turns into all snow, but again, the cold is pressing down the warm is up. Now, the the cold will press down. We'll have a change over to snow probably then the next one to two to three hours from west to east, and then even the city could pick up one two three the lowest amounts along the coast and as much as six for the northwest suburbs. That bitter cold guys is is looking like temperatures keep falling from the day tomorrow through tomorrow night and barely recover on Thursday. We'll have more details and some numbers on that at six o eight. All right. Craig in with an eye on the snow governor Murphy closed, New Jersey state offices early today are Peterhouse school heard from the governor has storm is not a huge snow maker. But New Jersey sounding the alarm governor Merv, he's has state government is closing early on a rolling basis. Because again, the the storm will impact different parts of the state at different times in different ways. As we think that that will ensure a smooth process for the afternoon and.
CBSCBS And Forty Three Degrees discussed on WCBS Programming
"Pro Bowl, it's forty three degrees on Sunday. January twenty seventh CBS news is next. More than just the headlines. This is CBS News Radio eight hundred eighty. It's eleven o'clock.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Forty three degrees at eleven three. Good evening. I'm Christian powers on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. One. Student was killed and another was hurt in a school bus accident in east Texas this afternoon. The athens. ISD bus was hit by a train the student who died was in middle school the student who was injured was an elementary school. They were the only two students on the bus. The accident is under investigation on Irving woman who police say was kidnapped while in her car was forced to drive around for an hour before making a daring escape, and as KRLD's Austin, your reports, the suspect is still on the loose Irving. Police say the woman was waiting in a parking lot about to go to work when a man jumped in the back seat of her car and demanded you drive into Dallas James MacLellan with Irving police says during the next hour the man threatened to shooter if she didn't drive back to Irving. And withdraw money from an ATM got back over it the vicinity here where this began the victim pulled up to an ATM and saw an opportunity to escape and in fact, did so got out of the car and ran away. The suspect a couple of her credit cards, and then fled the scene as well. As McClellan says the suspect is twenty nine year old Albert cell of Cisco. Besides facing, the new charges out of Irving already has outstanding felony warrants from Brown, and Eastland counties, Austin York, NewsRadio KRLD a teenager is dead after a shooting at a Dallas shopping center in a five thousand dollar reward is now offered for any information. Police say eighteen year old Joseph Petacci was shot around ten fifteen last night in a parking garage. This happened at the shops at Park Lane.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Forty three degrees at one three. I'm Bailey Friday on NewsRadio eighty KRLD at a press conference, Saturday Arlington police identified the man suspected of shooting an officer during a traffic stop off west Randall no road late Friday night, KRLD's, Mark Willis has more on the story. Twenty-year-old? Trae schon Simone Miller shot an officer Friday night while fleeing during a traffic stop, according to Arlington police officers returned fire and hit Miller who later died in hospital. It all started when police pulled over a four door sedan driven by a woman and three men who were in the car. Another officer went to the passenger side of the vehicle and told Miller who is an affront seat to get out when he got out Miller started running away from police across the parking lot. Police said two officers pursued Miller Miller then pulled out a gun and shot at the officers hitting one of them another officer shot Miller wounding ham, both the officer and Miller were taken to the hospital. Miller was later pronounced dead. According to police the officer is a seventeen year veteran. He's not been identified, but is expected to recover from his injuries. Mark Willis NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. The controversial children of the confederacy creed plaque at the state capital is coming down the state preservation board voted unanimously on the motion, Carol these Chris FOX has more. He took less than three minutes for the board to agree with the motion to remove the confederate plaque governor abbot chairs the board all those in favor. Say Aye, Aye, all those against say, no, our name, Harry known as the is habits state rep Eric Johnson of Dallas had filed legislation to remove it. He's a descendant enslave. Every time I walk past that. And I think about the school children who are being MS educated by that black about folks like my mom. The black was called out by historians for denying. Slavery is a cause of the civil war in Austin, Chris, FOX, News Radio Kennedy.
Ex-felons in Florida begin registering to vote as amendment takes effect
"Hardship Josie says she believes all drivers will be better off. Now, if the city had only curbed growth of four hire vehicles sooner I think what it would have done is forced the driver pay protections and lease protections, which are now pending in city council a lot sooner than than twenty eighteen when we do see them the city council also passed a minimum wage for drivers at which went into effect this month. The cost of reimbursing New York City families who seek private education for students with disabilities. Climb to three hundred twenty five million dollars in two thousand seventeen but that amount covers bills for fewer than four thousand five hundred students are more than two hundred thousand special needs students remain in public schools. Alexander men is an education reporter for the new site chocolate. I think there's some advocates who worry that the policy that's likely benefiting middle class, and for wealthier families who has the time and resources and access to threat and education department's spokesman said the city has hired more special education, teachers and therapists since two thousand fourteen and in New Jersey, former governor Jim mcgreevey has been ousted from his job as head of a New Jersey city nonprofit, mcgreevy ran the Jersey City employment and training program for the last five years. It's a nonprofit that provides job. Job training and other services to at risk poppulation. And it's board is appointed. By the city's mayor Fulop mcgreevy claims he's being forced out as political retribution for firing one of the mayor's patronage hires last year mcgreevy spoke last night at a board meeting retaliatory. And I can tell with the people's lives will be measurably impacted the interim head of the organization Sudan Thomas says the board had other concerns with mcgrady's priorities for the program and that full of played no role in the former governors firing tonight showers likely mainly before midnight, otherwise a low around thirty seven degrees. Currently, it's forty three degrees. It's foggy in
Russian lawyer in Trump Tower meeting charged in Kremlin-linked obstruction case
"Couple of weeks after drone citing show things down for three days across town at London's Gatwick airport. There's been no word on when flights might start taking off again a possible reprieve for Sears instead of the one hundred twenty six year old company starting the liquidation process today. A federal bankruptcy judge ruled the chairman Eddie Lampert is four point four billion dollar offer to acquire Sears in hopes of keeping four hundred twenty five stores open will be considered at auction next week. Parkland high school shootings survivor Jacqueline Cornyn. Is confident the new gun control Bill being proposed by Democrats with some Republicans support will pass the house, but she's not. So sure about the Senate. He was a guest this morning on CNN. Twenty two Republican senators are up for reelection in two thousand twenty and only one of them have actually spoken about gun violence prevention bills. And so the American people need to speak up, and they need to vote against the people refused to actively save lives therapy like this one former Arizona congresswoman Gabby giffords who was shot and almost killed eight years ago today returned to Capitol Hill to introduce the Bill will expand background checks for the purchase or transfer of gun. Forty three degrees. Cloudy, and you're going up to forty seven in midtown this damp afternoon. Now this message need tires save. It Mavis discount tire. Log on and save it Mavis tire dot com wins news time to own at Walgreens. We
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WRVA
"Forty three degrees are high temperature today down to thirty six tonight cloudy with the slightest chance of some showers, and then shockingly tomorrow, it's up to sixty two. It's thirty eight degrees right now. Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio WR VA. Here's the Bloomberg market minute s and p futures are now down five points. Nasdaq futures down twenty-five Dow futures down twenty nine megs crude is higher by two and a half percent. Just above forty nine dollars a barrel. One potential source of positive news U S, China trade talks restarting Wall Street last week ended on a high note after news of better than estimated US employment data and some soothing remarks from the fed chair on the approach to monetary policy. Today, we're watching for a report on the wide ranging services part of the US economy from the institute for supply management. But the November factory orders data that was due out. Today is delayed because of the partial government shutdown after four years of planning. Tesla has finally broken ground on its five billion dollar factory in the world's biggest auto market China. CEO Elon Musk joined Shanghai officials today at a site near the city kicking off construction of Tesla's first car making plant outside of the US. I'm Bloomberg's Gina Cervetti for NewsRadio. W R V A. Seven twenty six on this Monday morning and time for sports with Gary hats, and I can imagine your house you've got like five or six TV's going this weekend with no we just had one TV. But I have the I have the clicker. You can flip back and forth. I know what I'm doing. You are the master of the television domain. That's right NFL down to its elite eight the divisional playoff for this weekend. After the wild card games that were won by the colts and Cowboys on Saturday yesterday charges me the ravens Twenty-three seventeen. And then the eagles beat the Chicago Bears. Sixteen fifteen it was fifteen ten final minutes. Nick foles drove the eagles into the red zone. And then it was fourth and goal. Thanks.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"We check traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth sponsor by air Italy round trip. Flights from JFK to Milan, here's Kevin we're going to start off right now on the BQ southbound stop and go into queens boulevard, and this is because of a collision, and we have a couple of other slowdowns and problems in queens, mainly being getting back to queens via the bridge. It's bumper to bumper delays in the cross island slows down all the way to the e. And now on the northbound side looks like as you approach the Grand Central. There's an accident still working on a two car crash on the southbound clearview just about cleared as you approach the ally and heavy delays onto the Grand Central Parkway bell Parkway that is a mess. You are just slow very very slow. Stop and go delays from the Verizon bridge all the way out to sunrise highway and Long Island. You have that accident at grand avenue in Baldwin. It was cleared and then another. Popped up. So it's really really busy westbound at route one oh seven there's another crash. Inbound George Washington Bridge looking at about fifteen to twenty minutes away, outbound slam from the cross Bronx expressway approach ten minutes. Both ways at the Lincoln and at twenty minute outbound lay at the Holland tunnel. And now approaching the tappan Zee bridge on the New York state Thruway at exit nine on the northbound side, there's another collision on next report in less than ten minutes on WCBS look at the forecast right now. It's forty three degrees. Cloudy, it'll clear out tonight, brisk and much colder. A low of thirty two in the city, and then it will drop into the twenties and most of the outlying areas for Christmas chili mix of sun and clouds, a high of forty two tomorrow night, partly cloudy, a low of thirty one and midtown twenties across the Hudson valley, and then I'll Wednesday it'll be partly to mostly sunny a high of forty three right now. It's forty three in the city forty one in Yorktown heights. Forty three degrees. In Teaneck three ten at WCBS. It was anything, but a routine traffic. Stop and.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Forty three degrees at eleven three. I'm Brett Vetter on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD TAOs county sheriff's deputies are searching the area near loose dirt county jail in downtown Dallas for an escaped inmate. According to the sheriff's office twenty nine year old Raymond Aguirre escaped from the jail, south tower. It's seven twenty two pm by climbing over a gate in the rear dock area of the jail. Aguirre was in jail for aiding arrest in bond forfeiture on a number of charges including unlawful carry a weapon and driving. While intoxicated. Authorities are asking if anyone sees or knows the whereabouts of yearo to contact the Dallas sheriff's department at two one four seven four nine eighty six forty one and the family of a central Texas, Dr Who struck and killed in an auto dealership parking lot Wednesday judgment in the court. Lance was browsing new cars at a Waco Ford dealership in April of last year when he was hit by an SUV being driven in reverse at speeds of up to twenty two miles an hour family lawyer, John may recess talks of a settlement stalled their last offer was just a few weeks ago of two point one million dollars. And obviously the jury disagreed with that amount awarded us a much higher amount. The award was two point eight million dollars. Maybe initially wanted eleven million one million for each day that Lance who was nearly seventy eight years old lingered in ICU before he died. A grand jury declined to indict the driver. Stephen Pickering TSN news in about one thousand people crowded the front of Austin city hall in conjunction with pro Russia investigation rallies across the country. Last night demands were simple that attorney general Jeff Sessions is replacement recused himself from the investigation. Austin city council member Jamie Flanagan says there was no love lost possessions. Not. Jeff Sessions being great. But it's about at the very least the one thing he ever did. Right. Was realized that he was conflicted and recused himself from the Russian investigation..
Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom
"Summer says he was helping his ninety year old mother fill out her absentee ballot. When he went to stuff it into the envelope. And he noticed he had a problem. It didn't fit to white. They took it out to see. Maybe I folded it wrong. But there's only one way to fold it. Michael Ryan, the head of New York City's board of elections says yes, some of the ballots didn't quite fit their envelopes. We got them back from the vendor folded in three sections. They probably should have been folded in four sections is city is reminding people there are two pages in two sides to the ballot. The candidates are on one side and ballot proposals are on the other for the rest of tonight here no area, no precipitation. It'll just be mostly cloudy overnight tonight. We'll see low of about forty three degrees. Tomorrow, Tuesday, mostly sunny through the day with a high near fifty seven it'll remain clear tomorrow night, low about forty. Eight and then on Wednesday, very nice day. It'll be mostly sunny through the day on Wednesday. The high reaching about sixty five degrees right now, though here in New York City, fifty six degrees under cloudy skies. You're listening to WNYC at four zero six. Support for NPR comes from visit Saint Petersburg Clearwater, along Florida's Gulf Coast offering artistic draws including St. Pete's Dali museum the to Hooghly collection and the museum of fine arts more at visit Saint Pete Clearwater dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. The man accused of killing eleven worshippers and wounding six others in synagogue, Saturday appeared in federal court today Robert Bowers has been charged with twenty nine federal crimes and could face the death penalty NPR's Brian man was in the courtroom in Pittsburgh and joins us now. Brian IRA at describe what the scene was like in there today. Incredibly
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"When assault overdrive cracks court foulup alleged attacker has allowed to flee the country in the system failed thank you for coming on nightside with dan rae who is headache horrific getting victimized people have a says nightside shane ray next today wbz newsradio ten thirty down there this weather not alrighty now hold your horses forty three degrees and today we're gonna have chilly cloudy and a shower or two high near fifty during the night forty three and still cloudy tuesday some clouds and sun warmer high sixty six and then something weird happens on wednesday it's gonna it's gonna feel weird now you can never you can never remember what a hot bath fields i can tell you get in and you say oh yeah that's that feels awesome i remember now same thing when it's eighty two it's just like getting in a hot bath you'll say oh my so that's what it feels like i forgot and you'll either like it or not depending on who you are eighty two wednesday sunny breezy and much warmer eighty two degrees it's kind of a weird where all the leaves and flowers that have popped out will pop out on that day by the way how's he everybody's pollen how're you doing waking up with runny is scratchy throat well now we have michael in scituate hello michael bradley how you doing all right well i i called i was going to tell you story but i i like stories please do.
"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy
"Forty three degrees good evening i'm jeff brown thanks for being with us tonight our top stories in the wbz newsroom two florida sheriff's deputies have been shot dead after investigators say someone fired at them through the window of a restaurant about a half hour outside of gainesville a federal appeals court upholds in junction preventing the trump administration from blocking public safety grants for socalled sanctuary cities former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is joining the legal team defending president trump in the russia investigation more on those stories coming up on the cbs evening news with jeff lord tonight at seven thirty here it right here at wbz a rutland man uses some wrestling moves he remembered from high school to fight off an attacking coyote brian hutchins tells wbz tv he was about out to take his chickens in last night when the animal surprised him i called anonymous for my coat off guard him over and then that's when i just blocking his kicks and trying to car my face and i just started stabbing him hutchins says he's okay but plans to check with his doctor to see if he needs to get a rabies shot a rhode island woman accused of funneling lottery scam money between the united states and jamaica loses her battle in federal court to have evidence suppressed melinda bulging unsuccessfully argued that her rights were violated when she was questioned by authorities in both countries the judge says ball john was confused about her rights americans meantime lost almost six million dollars during the scam and twentyseven so far have been indicted to black man arrested at a philadelphia starbucks get an apology from the city's police commissioner messaging is important and bill miserably philadelphia police commissioner richard ross said he should have used different words after he initially defended the way police handled the arrests of two black men at starbucks didn't do anything wrong probably is not the best language to use it wasn't the best landless ross said police are now developing a new policy to deal with similar situations rashawn nelson and dante robinson told abc news they need it orna make sure that this situation doesn't have aaron katersky abc news new york maintenance worker dies when a missouri television station tower collapses six workers were about one hundred feet off the ground when.
Massive storm system spawns tornado in Arkansas, blizzard in Plains
"Fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven am on syria i'm christopher cruise russia is warning that there will be consequences for yesterday's us led military strikes on chemical plants in syria russian ambassador anatoly unto nov called the attacks in insult to president vladimir putin british prime minister theresa may this morning said the missile strikes were justified at this attack should surprise no one we know that the syrian regime has an awfully abhorrent record of using chemical weapons against its own people france also took part of the missile attacks pentagon correspondent ryan brown on the targets of the strikes research facility near damascus the capital there was a storage site near homs and there was a command center near homs these strikes designed to both help degrade that program as wells deter the regime from using chemical weapons in the future i'm christopher cruise tornado watches are in effect today for parts of iowa nebraska kansas missouri oklahoma arkansas and texas says noah meteorologist jared guyer here are other candidates other there are other tornado warned storms tornado warnings are these short fuse warning statements that tornado is imminent in certainly there number of active tornado warnings across parts of arkansas far eastern oklahoma into southern missouri storm system sweeping through the plains is also bringing in cold weather a blizzard warning is in effect for south dakota southwestern minnesota northwestern iowa nebraska and northern kansas health investigators say chopped romain lettuce from arizona is the most likely cause of an e coli outbreak in seven states at least seven people have been sickened in new jersey new york and connecticut for nba playoff games today four more tomorrow i'm christopher cruise seven hundred sixty wjr news are meadowland rem wbz news time seven oh two currently it's forty three degrees a winter storm watch has been issued for portions of southern michigan from the i sixty nine quarter and north this morning through sunday morning also there is a winter weather advisory for livingston oakland mccomb counties beginning at eleven am today until noon tomorrow so watch out for icy conditions north of m fifty nine a detroit monarchs expected to be arraigned today.
Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound
"W x ks fm hd two medford an iheartradio station this is wbz newsradio ten thirty where the news watch never stops wbz news time four o'clock it's mostly cloudy right now up to forty three degrees in boston we'll check traffic and weather together coming up but first this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers featuring the all new two thousand eighteen accord and the all wheel drive crv for life around here topping our news at four today a fitchburg boy whose sister died after police say both were beaten by their mother told police they were attacked by bullies he also said his mom closed a wound on his neck was superglue wbz's lana jones with more on our top story the police report says the bruise had injuries to his face and the girl had bruises a barriers ages over her entire body it says shayna pedroso had a note in her possession indicating that the children had been bad and were beaten grosso and the father marvin brita were held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing next week the boy is now in the custody of the department of children and families in pittsburgh landon jones wbz newsradio ten thirty the city of boston settles with the family of kaiser willis he's the young boy who drowned in the summer of twenty sixteen playing at the beach the summer camp at carson beach mayor wall says he knows the money won't bring the boy back but he hopes to provide some closure for the child's family one of the democrats running for paul ryan's house seat was kansin says the speaker decided to quit rather than face the voters ryan announcing today he is not seeking reelection he says serving in congress has been one of the two greatest honors of his life it's easy for to take over everything in your life and you can't just let that happen because there are other things in life that can be fleeting as well.
Crowds clash with riot police in Barcelona as ex-Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont detained in Germany
"Catalan capital barcelona has been filled with protests this weekend break out in barcelona between protesters and police after spain's supreme court ruled that twenty five catalan separatists would be put on trial for rebellion and for disobeying the state they helped organize referendum last year and then declared independence a move spain considered illegal many have been behind bars since then now they're separatist leader carlos pooch demont has been detained as well in germany he's been in exile in neighboring belgium and spain had issued a new european arrest warrant it's up to germany now to extradite him pooch mont faces thirty years in prison if convicted in spain for npr news i'm laren fryer in madrid and from washington you're listening to npr news this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york tens of thousands of people thronged midtown manhattan yesterday to protest gun violence as part of the global march for our lives movement one of those joining in was palam resident mary lou montalto her fourteen year old granddaughter genome on tall tow was killed in last month's mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida today to celebrate her life and because i know that being the caring loving person that she was she would want everyone to put down their guns she said the days message was a simple one vote to make our school safer yesterday's events also included a rally and a voter registration drive poor new jersey immigrants facing deportation could get access to legal aid under a two point one million dollar cash infusion in democratic governor phil murphy's proposed budget progressive groups and advocates for legal aid have applauded the proposal while some republicans question it's affordability if it is approved new jersey could join other democrat lead states like new york and california that are providing legal help to poor immigrants new york last year announced a public private partnership aimed at helping imigrants california pledged thirty million dollars mostly in legal help for young immigrants there's a chance we'll see snow showers as the day get started that'll turn into a chance of rain this afternoon highs near forty three degrees tonight lows around thirty two it's forty degrees out right now at ten six support for npr comes from the wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at wallace foundation dot org.
Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says
"News time ten forty nine mostly cloudy right now forty three degrees in boston good saturday morning teeny gal wbz news top stories now boston officials are estimating as many as forty thousand people could be taking part in today's march for our lives well the march just got started moments ago looks like from madison park technical vocational high in roxbury there protesters are now heading to boston common or the rally kicks off this afternoon at two o'clock and today's march and rally are just one of more than eight hundred vents nationwide counter protests are also planned today across the country by nra activists at pennsylvania school district is teaching students and staff different ways of defending classrooms from an armed assault which by the way includes throwing rocks at intruders in after many years of discussion and months of negotiations a criminal justice reform bill is officially introduced on beacon hill looking for love a line well don't go to craigslist looking for electron ix cars furniture a roommate craigslist can fill your knees but when it comes to finding love or companionship the website has decided to move on the classified ads site took its personal section offline in the us after the senate passed an anti sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity the company says the fight online sex trafficking act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability craigslist left a message on its website saying to the millions of spouses partners and couples who met through craigslist we wish you every happiness todd at abc news investigators in california are trying to determine why man with no apparent ties to terrorism drove a flaming minivan full of propane tanks and gasoline cans through the main gate of a major northern california air force base this week and fbi official says a fifty one year old hafeez kazi died in a minivan after veering through the gate at travis air force base and then crashing wednesday night causey had no known links to terrorism did not believe behind a manifesto or any threats or explanation and a video found on cell phone provided little clues it was only after the fire was out that rescuers realized that mini van was loaded with propane tanks and gasoline cans an out.
Russia warns UK over ultimatums, points at nukes
"Says he's delegating responsibilities at the end of the work day today to deputy secretary of state john sullivan tillerson says he will be formally stepping down from his post at the end of the month and calling for an orderly transition to mike pompeo the cia director whom president trump is designated as tillerson successor pending confirmation by the senate encouraged state department employees to remain focused on their jobs the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman has warned britain against putting ultimatums to russia reminding the uk about its nuclear arsenal the spokeswoman says that no one can come to parliament and say i give russia twenty four hours a reference to britain's prime minister giving russia a deadline to explain how a russia designed nerve agent could have been used to poison expi sergei skirt ball and is gonna russia has denied involvement and prominent producers and celebrities like matt damon ben affleck and paul fake are jumping on the inclusion writer bandwagon following frances mcdormand's oscar acceptance speech black panther actor michael b jordan was one of the first linda's public support to the concept after the oscars for his company forty three degrees four thirty two i'm michael philip pelly six eighty wcbs news hi sean casey i'll get.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"At forty three degrees and it will be breezy at times with a northeast wind at ten to twenty miles per hour tonight twentyfive will be the low with mainly clear skies and tomorrow partly sunny but warmer fifty nine degrees the high i'm channel thirteen meteorologist megan salwa at twelve thirty five into moines we have partly cloudy skies and thirty eight degrees on news radio ten forty whol eat it need it wanted its food fuel and fun on the big show on newsradio ten forty whol hey twelve thirty five here on the big show clock by winning house today doug along with markets andy with us as well and right now fellas matt colleagues on the telephone line with us and match one of the guys at drops his notes every once in a while from the folks there cargill in eddyville and matt we're looking at a worksheet you guys put out here about a contract to add some premium back into the corn market something we're always interested in and it kind of caught my eyes so i said i wanna talk to you for a couple of minutes about that you guys are offering a contract that actually your customers can maybe lock in a little bit of a premium going forward what's that all about what we refer to it as a premium offer it's something that's that is tied to the board of trade as well as the volatility in the market and it's a way that we can kind of bolster your cash price on either an old door current news sale in exchange for a futures offer down the road so basically i can obligate x number of bushels to you today and you're gonna give me a premium up front on it and then i might even be able to hit a premium later on then that's correct our offers further down the road are above the current market value so if those were to book then you would essentially be receiving anywhere from ten to twenty percent premium above current market prices along with the premium that goes on your initial cash sale though we're talking fifteen to twenty cents added to your initial cash sale.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wbz news time to thirty forty three degrees it's forty in boston 40 degrees lien boston good afternoon i'm rod fritz wbz news and here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom on this tuesday november the 28 north korea has fired another missile today there had been some activity in recent days however there was no clear sign that a lot within minutes still no arrests homicide investigation after a fifteen year old shot himself had it be a teenager its is pretty alarming wbz accu weather sunny skies chilly temperatures in the low boardings today will be up into the mid50s tomorrow and on wall street dow's rising a hundred thirty two points nasdaq zapped ten the bloomberg business report is coming up wbz news time coming up to to thirty one to developing story this afternoon north korea has fired a ballistic missile according to un officials and the south korean government pentagon corresponded ryan braun says the us military has confirmed there was a launching us did detect whites being called a probable missile launch from north korea about one thirty am eastern standard time now that's all the information to providing right now they say they are continuing to assess this launch and we'll have more on this launch of a ballistic missile from north korea coming up throughout the afternoon right here wbz wbz news time to thirty president donald trump trying to bring all senate republicans on board to support the tax reform bill that he's pushing supporters want to pass this week but washington post national political correspondent james hohmann says it may not be easy three of those people who were leaning no are not ever running for reelection again john mccain jeff flake it bob corker and so they don't respond to political pressure they also don't have good relationships with donald trump meanwhile the white house says its disappointing that congressional democratic leaders are pulling out of that meeting with president following his twitter attack on him today white house press secretary sarah sanders says trump's invitation for senate minority leader chuck schumer and house minority leader nancy pelosi posse to join republican leaders at the white house still stands sanders said the president encourages them to put aside their pettiness and stop the political grandstanding to show up and get to work wbz news time to thirty two still no arrest in connection with the fatal shooting.
"forty three degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The rainfall will be while you are working also while the kids are at school but the problem is temperatures today are going to be pretty chilly for us only climbing up into the mid to upper 40s across the area uh so we are going to need to have the jack to handy throughout the day today and the ones we get the evening hours that's when we were going to start to see the skies clear and as those skies clear temperatures are really going to start to tumbled tomorrow morning we're looking at temperatures most likely between 25 thirty degrees across the area and this is going to be the first morning where temperatures are widespread in the 20s and a freeze warning is in place for the national weather service again four tomorrow morning so you're halloween gets off to a very cold sort of frosty start and we warm up to forty three degrees for your high temperature so it's still going to be chilly tomorrow but it is where need be dry and then here's your forecast for tomorrow evening for your trigger treating between six and eight pm increasing clouds but it will still be dry with temperatures that'll be in the low forty is across the area fastforward to wednesday more showers are in the forecast as they started to come in the so we'll what the warmer air though and that's the difference today it's a cold front coming through with the showers tomorrow wednesday rather it's a warm front coming through and ones that warm front this push through look at the temperatures by the end of the week instead of talking about the forties and fifties we're talking about high temperatures elaine it in the low to mid 60s all right love with a look at that weekend thank you todd is your headed out the door this morning a few things that i wanna point out to you that came up in the center of the city we have a crash thirty seconds street at college avenue and then again i just told you about this ohio street is actually caused between illinois street in capital avenue for a water main break crews are on the.