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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The small business administration the federal government exceeded its small business federal contracting goal for the sixth consecutive year awarding twenty five point zero five percent in federal contract dollars to small businesses totally one hundred and twenty point eight billion dollars IT or information technology spending is a big reason that the government reached its overall small business contracting goals according to Bloomberg government data in fiscal twenty eighteen small businesses one twenty two billion dollars on classified prime IT contracting obligations the top small business IT contractor in fiscal twenty eighteen was a firm owned by a woman FC end of Rockville Maryland with four hundred thirty two million dollars in government contracts and as the Bloomberg small business report from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio this is Bloomberg best shares of Macy's plunged after the retailer the first of its peers report earnings slashed its profit outlook for the year S. W. retail advisors president Stacy would let's talk about it with Bloomberg's David Westin and Taylor rigs let's start with me things but I think it's indicative of the broader market reefer mean the full your top line but cutting for your bottom line which means there's a margin problem in that income statement for Macy's what is it there couple problems here first of all the departments are space carnage continues here over stored less relevant less traffic but for me specifically today what they talked about is the markdowns are.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Driver in washable happened at sandy swimming hole park on the wash ugo river beach this afternoon police have arrested the driver of jeep that sped up the beach hitting a man and woman who were lying in the sand governor jay inslee is getting ready to take the national stage tomorrow komo's charlie harger tells us about his preparations for the presidential debate inslee is in miami to take on well known democrats such as elizabeth warren and cory booker isley till c._n._n. he isn't going to do anything fancy he just plans to focus on his big issue climate change and most importantly to articulate by level of commitment and i am vk the sole candidate who has made a pledge to make the center more than fire to the united states so experience vision and commitment i think that's we need push more than stunts inslee is polling at about one percent in the democratic race his campaign says s because it's early and national voters haven't gotten to hear him yet charlie harger komo news at four star general barry mccaffrey tells komo news radio he doesn't think the u._s. in iran are headed toward a full scale war but there could be provocations the united states militarily hoping to be below the threshold or reaction to see a good outcome were either united states given our public aggressive stance or the iranians how they're going to get out of this and negotiate the general now lives in seattle he tells us he thinks iran will restart its nuclear program which he fears could destabilize the entire middle east standoff in salem continues republican members of the oregon senate continue their walkout over a climate change bill komo's jeff pohjola has the latest able to block the bill during regular order republicans walked out last week denying democrats the necessary number of people to conduct business they've all been in hiding as the governor's ordered the state police to bring them back to the capital senator tim casino spoke to our sister station k. a. t. you last week via skype our constituents need to be listened to and respected but now democratic leadership have said they've lost enough votes on their side that bill is effectively dead so far republicans have not said when they will return jeff pohjola komo news deadly crash south of graham this afternoon the washington state patrol says two people were killed when v._w. bug collided with a semi on highway one sixty one near to forty fourth for the road is still closed both of those who were killed were in the car investigators say the v._w. t-boned after turning in front of the semi manta money the state will bring in is up despite signs of a slowing economy komo's ryan harris tells us higher taxes are behind the big number is state revenue collections which the june forecast shows up four hundred thirty two million dollars for the next two year budget cycle because of higher taxes passed by lawmakers since the last forecast on employment remains low and the economy continues to grow but that growth is slowing state economic and revenue forecast council director steve lert says short term interest rates have been higher than long term rates which he says has happened before previous recessions but has also been a false positive for recession i think this is something to keep an eye on but i certainly don't think it indicates that or session likely this year lert says they're also watching international trade policy that still in flux and slowing economic growth for washington's key trade partners ryan harris komo news new research suggests the exposure wildfire smoke will kill more and more people as time goes by komo's bill o.'neil explained experts say the short term exposure to wildfire smoke kills as many as twenty five hundred people each year long term impacts are blamed for the deaths of twenty thousand those numbers are only expected to grow as the fires continued to intensify sarah montas children suffer from reading issues and she was forced to rush one of her kids to the smoke covered her community last year being outside for five minutes with the equivalent of smoking pack of cigarettes and i'm like that can't possibly be okay people living in washington state or among those expected to see the greatest impact along with those in western oregon northern california and the northern rockies below neil komo news komo news time is ten ten and in milwaukee tonight the mariners beat the brewers eight to three las vegas the aces took the storm sixty to fifty six in the harley exterior sports desk bill swartz tells us you dubbed football's -tracting plenty of future dogs washington husky football is stockpiling blue chip talent for the future the new early signing period in december allows high school players to at least give colleges a verbal commitment for the year twenty twenty right now today the dog's got one of those pledges from of four star california receiver jalen mcmillan he would be in the same u. dub recruiting class with corona del mar california quarterback ethan gardeners at women's world cup italy defeated china it was the netherlands to japan one friday at noon it's the united states i Host France in the quarter-finals. and final type of atmosphere but i hope that men's crazy and wild and the fans are into it and we'll try to match that with a good performance on the field that's u._s._a. and rain f._c. winger meghan repeal no by the way the cheapest tickets to see that match in paris have risen to five hundred thirty u._s. dollars for sixty six euros sports updates at ten and forty after bill swartz on the home of the huskies komo news from the.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"At sandy swimming hole park on the river beach police have now arrested the driver of jeep that sped up the beach hitting a man and woman who were lying on the beach on the sand president trump calls iran ignorant insulting for comments that nation's leader made about him we reached out to retired four-star general barry mccaffrey now lives in seattle he worries about how this is being handled risky the iranian they shouldn't go that route we should attempt to stop them and we need a strategy and an administration that has the chance to carry says he doesn't think we're headed to war which he says doesn't serve the political interests of america or iran governor jay inslee is about as far away from washington state as you can get and still remain in the u._s. komo's charlie harder tells us about the presidential debate preps underway in miami is lee is one of ten democrats who will take the stage wednesday night in that party's first presidential debate of the season the governor tells c._n._n. he's been traveling across the state talking about the main focus of his campaign i'm preparing by listening to the people of forida who really are ground zero of the climate crisis when push about what his strategy will be as he faces off against better known candidates such as elizabeth warren and aerobic isley pushback back saying climate is the emergency of our time charlie harger komo news this standoff in the oregon senate continues as republicans remain in hiding the latest from komo's jeff pohjola last week the entire senate republican caucus walked out denying democrats the necessary number of people to conduct business it's an effort to block a cap and trade bill that republicans didn't have the votes to stop during regular order but that seems to have changed senate president peter courtney how still twenty twenty does not have the votes on the senate floor also the democratic leader said the bill is likely dead for this legislative session still there is no word on when republicans will return to the chamber jeff pohjola komo news seattle police are about to get twelve new officers but these officers will look different and won't carry weapons the department is bringing back the community service officer program with their roles defined as liaisons between the community and s._p._d. seattle police officers guild spokesman richard neal says they want more specifics about the roles of the new c._s._o.'s so that there's no confusion and that they're safe so we want to make sure that their roles are clearly defined and we notified the city of that and i think next month we're going to be sitting down to iron this out the community police commission says it's worked with city leaders p._d. to make sure the implementation of the program meets community expectations with a possibility it will review the program after get started the state will bring in more money than expected next year but as little a little less than this year komo's ryan harris has more from the revenue forecast latest forecast shows an expected increase for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty one budget cycle of four hundred thirty two million dollars which the economic and revenue forecast council chalks up to new bills passed since march that raise taxes a large tax refund push the current cycle down forty seven million the council's director steve lert says they're watching the jobs market still positive he says but slowing and international trade policy china will be discussing trade policy yet again here in the near future the g twenty meetings there's no agreement yet there's been discussions of tariffs on mexican goods appears to be attentive agreement lert says slowing economic growth for washington's trade partners means reduced demand for our goods but he says any hints at recession don't indicate it would come this year ryen harris komo news prosecutors and defense attorneys for fifty six year old william talbot gave their closing arguments today in his double murder trial eighteen year old tanya van two colon berg twenty year old jay cooke rumored in nineteen eighty-seven the only witness for the defense was investigator who testified about the various addresses where talbot has lived stayed argue the testimony was pointless He seems. Defendants residents said. fifteen years after the crime through thirty after the defense attorney said the use of genetic genealogies a link to tell thirty one years after the crime is not to be trusted komo news time nine ten from the harley exteriors sports desk well tonight we got to finals here in milwaukee the mariners beat the brewers eight to three las.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Center president trump calls iran ignorant and insulting comments that nation's leader made about him the reached out to retired four-star general barry mccaffrey now lives in seattle he's worried about how this is being handled risky business the iranian they shouldn't go this route we should attempt to stop them we need a strategy and then administration has mccaffrey says it doesn't think we're headed to war which he says doesn't serve the political interests of america or iran and governor jay inslee is about as far away from washington state as you can get and still remains in the u._s. komo's charlie harger tells us about the presidential debate preps underway in miami is lee is one of ten democrats who will take the stage wednesday night in that party's first presidential debate of the season the governor tells c._n._n. he's been traveling across the state talking about the main focus of his campaign i'm preparing by listening to the people of florida really our ground zero of the climate crisis win push about what his strategy will be faces off against better known candidates such as elizabeth warren and beto aurora is we pushed back saying climate is the emergency of our time charlie harger komo news seattle police are about to get twelve new officers these officers will look different in won't carry weapons department is bringing back the community service officer program with their roles defined as liaisons between the community in p._d. seattle police officers guild spokesman richard neal says they want more specifics about the roles of the new c._s._o.'s so that there's no confusion and that they're safe so we want to make sure that the roles are clearly defined and we notified the city of that and i think next month we're gonna be sitting down to iron this out the community police commission says it's worked with city leaders p._d. to make sure the implementation of the programme meades community expectations the possibility it will review the program after it gets started the state will bring in more money than expected next year but a little less this year komo's ryan harris has more from the revenue forecast latest forecast shows an expected increase for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty one budget cycle of four hundred thirty two million dollars which the economic and revenue forecast council chocks up the new bills passed since march that raise taxes a large tax refund push the current cycle down forty seven million the council's director steve lert says they're watching the jobs market still positive he says but slowing and international trade policy doesn't china will be discussing trade policy yet again here in the near future g twenty meetings there's no agreement yet there's been discussions of tariffs on mexican goods appears to be a tentative agreement lert says slowing economic growth for washington's trade partners means reduced demand for our goods but he says any hints at recession don't indicate it would come this year ryen harris komo news prosecutors and defense attorneys for fifty six year old william talbot gave their closing arguments today and his double murder trial eighteen year old at tanya van kyle lindbergh and twenty year old jay cooke remerged in nineteen eighty-seven the only witness for the defense was an investigator who testified about the various addresses we're talbot has lived the state argued the testimony was pointless to me is like any of the defendants residents sixteen years after the crime through their year after the grind it's not relevant defense attorneys said the use of genetic genealogy linked to talbot thirty one years after the crime is not to be trusted a warning from experts who say the health effects of wildfire smoke will only continue to grow almost bill o.'neil explained researchers say the short-term effects kill as many as twenty five hundred people each year while long term impacts can be blamed for some twenty thousand deaths numbers that are only expected to grow epidemiologist james crook says those affects are measured in a number of ways offing and throat irritation to heart attacks heart disease stroke certain kinds of cancers we know that small particles can also affect babies in the womb ceremony toya's children's suffer breathing issues and she was forced to take one of them to the last year when smoke covered her community don't know if it was related or not we just know that he needed everything treatment and the are at the same time experts say people living in washington state as well as western oregon northern california and the northern rockies we'll see the worst increases and smoke exposure in the years ahead below neil komo news komo news time seven ten and right now from the harley exterior sports desk it's major league baseball milwaukee between the brewers and seattle mariners right now the scored bottom of the fifth is mariners seven brunner brewers three seattle storm playing basketball las vegas against the aces that's just getting underway and komo's bill swartz tells us you dubbed football's attracting plenty of future dogs washington husky football is stockpiling blue chip talent for the future the new early signing period in december allows high school players to at least give colleges a verbal commitment for the year twenty twenty right now today the dog's got one of those pledges from of four star california receiver jalen mcmillan he would be in the same you deb recruiting class with corona del mar california quarterback ethan gardeners at women's world cup italy defeated china it was the netherlands to japan one friday at noon it's the united states versus host France in the quarter-finals. a final type of atmosphere but i hope that men's crazy and wild and the fans are into it and we'll try to match that with a good performance on the field that's u._s._a. and rain f._c..

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven news center trial wrapping up in snohomish county for fifty six year old william talbot accused in the nineteen eighty seven murders of young couple from british columbia komo carleen johnson reports todd reeves an investigator for the defense who testified about address records for talbot suggesting he's remained in the area for decades not trying to hide or move around but the prosecutor argued those address records aren't relevant nor are they reliable has been registering his address for the past sixteen years in a place where he hasn't resided he's been registering to address in hogan county where he does have some property he's been living in seatac which is where he was living at the time of his arrest eighteen year old town you van kyle and berg and her boyfriend twenty year old jay cooke were on a road trip to south seattle from the victoria area in nineteen eighty-seven when they vanished both were found murdered a few days later nationwide this is the first case using the technique notice genetic genealogy to go to a trial by jury carleen johnson komo news governor inslee getting ready to take the national stage tomorrow komo's charlie harger tells us about his preparations for the presidential debates inslee is in miami to take on well known democrats such as elizabeth warren and cory booker isley till c._n._n. he isn't going to do anything fancy he just plans to focus on his big issue climate change and most importantly to articulate my level of commitment and i am the candidate the sole candidate who has made a pledge make this center prior to the united states so experience vision and commitment i think that's where need push more than stunts inslee is polling at about one percent in the democratic race his campaign says because it's early and national voters haven't gotten to hear him yet charlie harger komo news the amount of money the state will bring in is up despite signs of a slowing economy komo's ryan harris tells us higher taxes are behind it the big number is state revenue collections which the june forecast shows up four hundred thirty two million dollars for the next two year budget cycle because of higher taxes passed by lawmakers since the last forecast unemployment remains low in the economy continues to grow but that growth is slowing state economic and revenue forecast council director steve lurch short term interest rates have been higher than long term rates which he says has happened before previous recessions but has also been a false positive for recession i think this is something to keep an eye on but i certainly don't think it indicates that recession is likely this year lert says they're also watching international trade policy that still in flux and slowing economic growth for washington's key trade partners ryan harris komo news komo news time four oh four still to come i'm brian calvert with the newest furry fire prevention force that's about to be deployed.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Residents. defense attorneys said the use of genetic genealogy is linked to tell it thirty one years after the crime is not to be trusted governor jay inslee about as far away from washington state as you can get and still remain in the u._s. come with charlie harger tells us about the presidential debate that's underway the preparations in miami is lee is one of ten democrats who will take the stage wednesday night in that party's first presidential debate of the season the governor tells c._n._n. he's been traveling across the state talking about the main focus of his campaign arm preparing by listening to the people who forda who really are ground zero of the climate crisis win push about what his strategy will be as he faces off against better known candidates such as elizabeth warren and beneteau aurora is we pushed back saying climate is the emergency of our time charlie harger komo news the state will bring in more money than expected next year but a little less this year komo's ryan harris has more from the revenue forecast the latest forecast shows inexp- effected increase for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty one budget cycle of four hundred thirty two million dollars which the economic and revenue forecast council chalks up the new bills passed since march that raise taxes a large tax refund push the current cycle down forty seven million the council's director steve lert says they're watching the jobs market still positive he says but slowing and international trade policy china will be discussing trade policy yet again here in the future the g twenty meetings there's no agreement yet there's been discussions of tariffs on mexican goods appears to be attentive agreement lert says slowing economic growth for washington's trade partners means reduced demand for our goods but he says any hints at recession don't indicate it would come this year ryen harris komo news komo news time three.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Montas children suffer from reading issues and she was forced to rush one of her kids to the smoke covered her community last year being outside for five minutes was the equivalent of smoking pack of cigarettes and i'm like that can't possibly be okay people living in washington state or among those expected to see the greatest impact along with those in western oregon northern california and the northern rockies balloon neil komo news a couple of fires this week in washington town of prompted a warning applicable across the state as komo's brian calvert reports firefighters and police officers say we often get very much in the way a fire in kennewick neighborhood really did cause havoc for the residents who lived there as well as rescue personnel a lot of so we're trying to get into the area while we were attempting to evacuate then there was the fire near a shopping center battalion chief mike barnett congestion area people trying to get him to take a look look you lose have become an even larger nuisance for first responders in two thousand nineteen as we all have the capability to film a fire ourselves so a lot of people are doing this and it's slowing down the work in an actual emergency anytime we have to stop or anytime somebody's distracted and delays that response with somebody else who pays the price police sergeant dan todd says it's not just those with camera phones there's also a problem with drivers not pulling off to the right when there are sirens and lights quite often there's people who are distracted or just not paying attention know don't see it and then creating a problem within the review are much more soundproof people have stereos up like that didn't hear or see us so it really isn't coming upon the driver to pay attention for surroundings as we approach what's predicted to be the state's worst fire season yet first responders want to remind you every second counts don't let your inner steven spielberg allow you to get in the way and while you're behind the wheel check your mirror often for planting lights when you see him pull over and stop and if you're in the center lane and you're making a left turn and stay where you're at let us do the driving don't try to figure out what we're gonna do we'll come around you you know people just need to be aware brian calvert komo news the amount of money the state's going to bring in is up despite signs of a slowing economy komo's ryan harris tells us higher taxes are behind it the big number is state revenue collections which the june forecast shows up four hundred thirty two million dollars for the next two year budget cycle because of higher taxes passed by lawmakers since the last forecast unemployment remains low in the economy continues to grow but that growth is slowing state economic and revenue forecast council director steve lurch short term interest rates have been higher than long term rates which he says is happened before previous recessions but has also been a false positive for recession i think this is something to keep an eye on but i certainly don't think it indicates that recession is likely this year lert says they're also watching international trade policy that still in flux and slowing economic growth for washington's key trade partners ryan harris komo news police are warning those in this region about a very scary scam artist the call begins like most claim they are the i._r._s. and that you all money recently in idaho resident took time to challenge a scammer and things got violent starting to the person who called us the person started saying that he was gonna come in kill the person who he had called killers family lewiston police lieutenant jeff clone warns against engaging a scam artist over the phone as they may have your home address bill gates calls it his biggest mistake the co-founder of microsoft says he missed the chance to make his company a smartphone leader more from komo's corwin hake to be fair microsoft has done okay it's the world's second most valuable company but gates tells an audience in washington d._c. microsoft could be worth much more soft would be far more valuable if we had one that mobile operating system competition developing a mobile computer operating system was job right in microsoft's wheelhouse we were in the field.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"States in the United in order to America, America. Then you have there are some European soccer players that do three times as guess what? He's making. But but it's twelve year deal. How old is trout right now. Because when they sign these multi year deals, that's assuming they play through the end of the he's twenty seven. Thirty seven hundred nine. No that's still works yet. That's still works. All fans are at. I think some fans are conflicted because they're waiting for the other shoe to drop in the form of price increases for tickets at cetera. Well, my big question wise, if they give four hundred thirty two million dollars to him what money do they have left me rather? Well, it's spread out over twelve years. Still. I know now I was when I interviewed Vince ticket price when I interviewed Vince gully the. During the fifties. The highest played pay players in major league baseball, sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale pitchers for the LA dodgers, and it became news. When it hit one hundred thousand dollars a year with inflation. You're still talking in the low millions. You're talking to three million dollars for the highest played paper players almost quadruple. I mean, no go twenty times that and that's what you're talking about. It's it's it's crazy. It's just gotten out of control. I don't care. It's out of control. I mean, I don't go watching baseball games. And I don't care about. Attended. I don't watch. So it doesn't bother me at all. But when it now, you're talking about soccer, which I occasionally I watch those guys some of them are making eighty million dollars a year. But here's the difference. How many people watch baseball? I mean baseball fans are there sixty million seventy million maybe who are baseball fans or not even two billion people around the world are soccer fanatics. So when you talk about those guys now, you're talking about some serious money. So that that might trout isn't serious bunny at thirty six million dollars a year, and that doesn't count his his endorsements. Oh, sure. Although he doesn't do enjoy nine. He's not into it very part of his career. He's not shack. But maybe with this contract. He could soon become I don't think that's his style. But it doesn't matter. Prosecution Florida have offered patriots owner Robert Kraft a deal..

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KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"He said investigators are working to determine whether he had any help and that involves cooperation with law enforcement agencies around the world, including the FBI. There was only one attack. The investigation focus is to work out. Whether anyone else was involved supporting any other way, and we're still conducting that part of the investigation while tradition in the Muslim community requires that the dead are buried as quickly as possible authorities. New Zealand are still working to positively identify every one of the fifty victims. We would like to do that as quickly as possible, but it must be done professionally and accurately as possible. To get it wrong is unforgivable, and you cannot come back from that. New Zealand has a reputation for being an open welcoming society, locals are quick to point out that this gunman came from outside their country. But it raises questions about how you stop the spread of racist hatred Christ Church MIR Lianne Dalziel said it has to be done on the local level from a city perspective. And that's where I stand as the mayor of Christ Church. I stand alongside me is across the world. We have to stay together to stop this. We have to support this from the grassroots. It is neither as looking after neighbors. It has communities looking out for communities that is city leaders providing leadership the first funerals for victims of the shooting were held on Wednesday for forty four year old colored Mustafa and his fifteen year old son Hamza, hundreds of people stood in solemn silence at memorial park cemetery where graves had been dug to bury dozens of. Victims. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. In sports. NC double A tournament. Openers got underway last night. Belmont got its first NC double A tournament win in an eighty one seventy victory over temple fairly Dickinson rallies for its first ever NC. Double A attorney went over prairie view eighty to seventy six the reports center fielder. Mike trout's and the Los Angeles angels are close to finalizing a four hundred thirty two million dollar deal. It's the twelve year contract. That would shatter the record for the largest deal in North American.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"It's an NIT first round ouster. They lose it. Creighton seventy to sixty one in the rambler season comes to an end at twenty and fourteen Loyola got eighteen points from her Yuguang back in seventeen more from Cameron crunched wig, but not an offense from Clayton customer and Marcus towns, they combined for just thirteen points between them and the ramblers are done. Also of note in the North Carolina State over hostile eighty four seventy eight Indiana, eighty nine seen Francis of Pennsylvania, seventy two and Arkansas beat providence eighty four to seventy two and I four double header the first two games anyway Fairleigh Dickinson, beating prairie view eighty to seventy six that was a game of sixteen seeds in fairly Dickinson will take on Gonzaga next, and it was Belmont over temple Eighty-one seventy. This was a game of eleven seeds. So Belmont will next play. Maryland on Thursday as part of the east region. The baseball world still talking about the reported twelve year four hundred thirty two million dollar contract coming the way of the angels, Mike trout, the angels keeping trout aboard. Kris Bryant asked what he want to be a cub for light. Absolutely. I mean. I think anytime you can show loyalty to team that drafted you came up with established relationships with all these people. I mean, any human being would want to do that. I mean, it's no secret that everybody in this clubhouse loves playing in Chicago. We love everything about the organization. So everybody else would wanna finish sick days. You know with this team, including.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This musician. You know, how excited they were for me. And obviously the fans, and I'm sure lots of friends and family watching. My wife here tonight. So just everyone that has meant a lot to me in my career, the lightning face defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals in DC tomorrow night and Mike trout and the L A angels are close to finalizing a twelve year contract. That would shatter the record for the largest deal in North American sports history at four hundred thirty two million dollars five oh five on NewsRadio. WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks ended mixed the Dow Jones industrials fell twenty six points or a temp of a percent, the NASDAQ closed nine points or a tenth of a percent higher the S and P five hundred closed a fraction lower FedEx shares lost ground after hours, the delivery company posted adjusted earnings and revenue that fell short of estimates. Fedex also cut its guidance the department of transportation wants to review the procedures used by the government and Boeing and certifying the 737 max jet the plane is currently grounded following a pair of deadly crashes. Boeing shares. Closed three tenths percent higher movie pass introduced a new subscription plan. The company says it has adapted its service. So its terms of use won't be violated movie. Pass uncapped sets no limits on the number of two D movies. Subscribers can see the standard price will be nine hundred ninety five a month. But for a limited time subscribers can sign up for nine ninety five a month. If they pay for twelve months in advance Jeff.

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News Radio 920 AM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"From the Matthews brothers studio. As you know since the election of Donald Trump in November of two thousand sixteen there has been an epidemic of hate crimes. Amusing air quotes there hate crimes which mostly turn out to be hoaxes. And we talk about it a lot and try to follow it whenever it happens. It's it's it's gets big play when the the crime so-called as originally reported. And then when it turns out to be a hoax, somehow, it doesn't seem to get the same play in the press or on TV. So there is a new book out now, and it's it's long overdue. It's called hate crime hoax. How the left is selling a fake race war has published by rectory. It just came out a couple of weeks ago. Got it's written by Dr Wilfred Riley. And he's a professor at at Kentucky state university. And he is also African American so so he can't be accused of being a racist by writing about the hate crime hoax. And that's the title of his book is hate crime hoax. How the left is selling freight fake race war, and we have Dr Riley with us right now. Dr Riley, welcome to the Howie Carr show. Are you very good? Very good. Well, this tell what's your theory about why this has become such an epidemic of these hoaxes since the election of Donald Trump. Well, I think they really elements to that first of all for the hoaxers themselves. People tend to commit crimes for a set of pretty Audrey basic reason to get money to get sacks to get local notoriety. And we find that that's pretty similar in terms of why people fake individual hate crimes insurance money often involved. I think the deeper question though, and feels like you're asking this is why these stories be calm, so famous nationally broadcast. The answer to that is that there's an extremely large well-supported grievance industry in the United States. I sectors of the American economy. Whether that's affirmative action minority set asides the budget for massive activist groups the endowment for the southern poverty Law Center, four hundred thirty two million dollars. All depends. Yeah. It's pretty crazy. But all that depends on the idea that this is still an extraordinarily racist country. The problem is that there's not necessarily a lot of real evidence of that. So I feel that people sometimes feel compelled to provide essentially fake evidence system that's happening. And I think when that occurred there are people that are going to seize on that for political and even for financial reasons, and that's how you get these stories continually Covington Catholic Jesse small, Ed. Yes, we'd in and out of the mainstream media and many if not most of them are fakes. You know? But the you know, what I've always wondered is how how did they think? Let's talk about Jesse smaller smaller. I mean, how did he think he was going to get away with that? You know? I know we thought the camera was turned around the right way. And he would have had videotape of it. But you know, really, I mean, you know, when when you're that he's not that he's that high profile of a guy or wasn't before it happened. But he was high profile enough that that was going to get a lot of attention. And did he really think he could pull it off? I mean, there were so many holes in his story, even if it had the video of of the attack, you know, what what did he think he was going to accomplish? Well,.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Julius later live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Two people have been killed on the ten freeway and lock of Flint ridge. The CHP says the crash happened around two this morning, you're Angeles crest highway, the crash involved a wrong way driver. CHP sergeant manual Rodriguez says it's unclear which car was driving the wrong way. We're kind of making it through with the witness information because we don't want to say, which was the description was on either at this point. So we have a couple of people that had called nine one one. We're calling back to prefer. So we don't know for sure yet. Issue. Ten west had been shut down but has since reopened. Former President Obama has campaigned in Orange County Obama is urging Americans to get out and vote in the upcoming midterm elections. He says things could get worse. If people don't voice their displeasure at the ballot box don't participate that vacuum is filled by lobbyists and special interests. And and we get into a downward spiral where people get more and more discouraged. And they think nothing's going to make a difference. He says the only way to get out of this spiral is to step up and vote. Cal fire says it's already short on cash in the middle of a busy fire season. Cal fire says the budget shrinking in the face of one of the biggest challenges right now, a huge fire. That's forced the closure of a section of the five freeway near the Oregon border. It started in Shasta county Wednesday at has charred more than thirty seven thousand acres some homes destroyed five thousand four hundred ninety one wildfires hit the saints. So far this year. Cal fire spent four hundred thirty two million dollars leading eleven million in it's. Annual budget. Cal fire estimates, it'll probably need another two hundred thirty four million dollars to the rest of the year. Michael pay KFI news nearly seventeen years after passengers on a hijacked flight from New Jersey to California fought back against terrorists who then crashed the jet liner into a rural field in Pennsylvania. A civil of their bravery and sacrifice will be unveiled at the place where they fell to earth the tower of voices a roughly ninety three foot tall concrete and steel structure contains a wind chime for each of the forty passengers and crew members who were killed on September eleventh two thousand one it represents the final phase of the flight ninety three national memorial each time will generate its own distinctive sound the dedication comes today. Two days before the anniversary of nine eleven the east.

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California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

KNX Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

"NewsRadio. California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of. We are still responding fighting. Fires is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's already burned through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of ten years. So not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak fire season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand is asking for another two hundred thirty four

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Cops are calling the dine and dash data is denying new charges after four digital women came forward LA county. Prosecutors say that this man would meet women through dating apps invite them to dinner expensive restaurants, then run out on the check. He's now accused of pulling that on thirteen women if convicted he could face up to sixteen years in prison a bridge being built over the port of Long Beach has got to come with some pretty high tech equip more than seventy centers are incorporated into the design of the replacement for the Gerald Desmond bridge state. Dr John Perez says below the bridges new cable support system is designed to withstand the magnitude seven nine quake that it'll provide on an ongoing basis will be invaluable to other projects being developed this stands up well during earthquakes little tremors that we have the engineers can both refined the design for this bridge. If it needs any or recommend that this bridge designed to be used in other parts of the state or the nation with an expected lifespan of one hundred years. The Desmond replacement could be providing specialized data decides biologists and engineers well into the twenty second century in Long Beach, P Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. California's firefighting agencies say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of money. We are still responding fighting. Fires is the soonest point of the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's already burned through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy. Mike Muller tells can't acts exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of the last ten years so not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand is asking for another two hundred thirty four million Brian paying KNX.

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California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

KNX Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

"California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of money. We are still responding fighting fires. This is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's alright. Burn through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't acts exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of the last ten years so not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand at is asking for another two hundred thirty four

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"These Dawson beat Noor rebranding, the district's tenth annual student recovered, a as attendance matters. People can exit to illegal pot shops in Los Angeles are getting hit with criminal charges by the city attorney. Let's get more live right now from city hall downtown and can't extend seventies. John barren. There are approximately one hundred sixty five approved marijuana businesses operating in Los Angeles. But maybe three times that many operating illegally and authorities avowed to put a stop to it. A police crackdown on those businesses has ended with misdemeanor charges against more than five hundred people in Los Angeles city attorney Mike fewer said this at the beginning of the crackdown is clear LAPD is on our office is on the crackdown is reached all across the city from south LA to the San Fernando Valley of the five hundred and fifteen defendants that have been charged twenty have so far pleaded guilty or no contest eleven cases were dismissed and ten people are now wanted on bench warrants four hundred seventy two cases are still pending. We hope to get more details on the effort later. Today. Reporting live in LA, John KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio seven zero nine KNX water main broke kind of above Beverly Hills and sent water flowing down the street, mud, debris a bunch of stuff Sanusi draw between Mulholland and Benedict. Canyon DWP crews and bulldozers up there. Now, some people reportedly without water well season just getting it away. Well, we've had wildfires all this year, actually. But the biggest part of the season just ahead and fire says it's running out of money. It says it's down to the last eleven million dollars in its budget and is asking for an additional two hundred thirty four million. This marks the seventh year in the last ten that the agency has appealed to the legislature for more money. But Cal fire is Mike moldy says that play has never come this early in the year. We want to be ahead of the game. As far as budgeting getting vendors and contractors paid. But also, adding additional firefighters to the engines in key areas to respond to protect the citizens of California. He insists the public should not worry. We never get to the point that we are not going to respond to fires. We will be there. We will be responding. Cal fire says it spent four hundred thirty two million dollars getting through what's been the worst pre-september fire season in the state's history brain paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio north hills. Southbound I five right around Nordhoff..

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WCTC

"Nbc news radio i'm sharon reed vice president mike pence is coming back from his south american tour early as president trump continues to deal with the fallout over those comments about the recent violence in virginia and the president has been clear on this tragedy so far i spoke at length about this heartbreaking situation on show on the night and i stand with the president josh stand by those words pence is returning to washington today he'll be joining the president for meeting at camp david the discussion there is expected to cover the administration's salvation policy including tensions with north korea the mother of the woman killed in the car attack on counterprotesters in virginia says her daughters mess sewage is far from silenced susan bro broad attendees of heather hires memorial service in charlottesville to their feet yesterday when she said this they tried to kill my child to shudder up well guess what you just magnified her higher was killed nineteen people were injured when jazz fields junior allegedly rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters saturday president trump's chief strategist steve bannon says white nationalist sin so called all right groups are a collection of clones banning made that in other comments in an interview yesterday with an editor for a liberal magazine american prospect bannon said people he called ethnonationalist certain losers and he said the media is playing up the outright too much in said quote we got to help crush it as executive chair of breitbart news before joining trump's campaign last year bannon had described breitbart as the plant form of the all right there were no powerball winners after last night's big drawing for the four hundred thirty two million dollars jackpot that means saturday night's drawing will now be worth more than half a billion dollars your chances of winning the five hundred and ten million dollars are one in two hundred ninety two million you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio wctc news time 605 now central jersey traffic and weather.

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"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred thirty two million dollars" Discussed on WINS 1010

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