18 Burst results for "George Cooper"
"george cooper" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yes, Mrs Cooper. Katie you've been married five times. Tell me how can you break a man of being sloppy? It can't. It, Jim. My husband's was messier than the last. Oh, you just got to face it. Women and men are, but why does it have to be like that I? Don't know that's the difference between men and women. Anyway I'm not talking about a man I'm talking about George I'm GonNa. Break Him of being. Name isn't misses George Cooper. You better do it carefully are your name might not be Mrs George. Bush that far remember you can't teach an old dog new tricks. Well I don't expect him to sit up and speak. Maybe I can teach him not to bury his bones in the living room. What are you GonNa? Do Katie. It's time for drastic action now. My plan involves having mother Cooper over to dinner tonight Mr Cooper's mother. That's right. You'll have to admit the plan is loaded with drastic. But I don't get it. What will having heard a dinner accomplish? Don't you see Katie Mother Cooper's always looking for some reason to accuse me of being a bad housekeeper. Well I'll leave the house just the way it is, she'll jump at the chance to blame me then I'll tell her. It's her beloved sons idea it might work. He usually pays attention to what she says. The always pays attention to what she says I only know of one time he didn't and she's never forgiven him a win. was there the day we got.
"george cooper" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Just being comfortable now, what difference does it make what the Living Room looks like? Nobody's going to see it, but you and me somebody might come by. Wouldn't be dreadful if someone found out that are living room has been lived in. Mind! It looks like it's been lived in. This room looks like is Ben died in? Look. I'm in my own house on a Sunday afternoon now what I supposed to do, get dressed in my Tux and read the paper in the hall closet. What's the use I might as well give up. Admit I'm married to a mess cat. What's this I don't know. If they ever looked for one. You're the large economy size. No somebody's at the door. WHAT ARE WE GONNA? Do about letting them in. Looks quick. Pick up the papers. Okay, let me do that. You put on your shoes with four I. don't have any holes in my socks. George Cooper. And Roll Down Your sleeves and input on your coat. We're going to feel awfully silly if it isn't president and Mrs Truman. Reminding me that Ashtray. I guess doesn't look too bad. I'm coming, I'M COMING Yes Joe Time Solidaire. No doesn't were. This is a address. Made a mistake. Now go beat it flirt..
"george cooper" Discussed on WDRC
"Not talking about a man I'm talking about George I'm going to break into being this is George Cooper you better do it carefully are your name might not be Mrs charge I wouldn't push it that far remember you can't teach an old dog new tricks well I don't expect them to sit up and speak but maybe I can teach you not to bury his bones in the living room Katie it's time for drastic action now my plan involves having mother Cooper over to dinner tonight Mr Cooper's mother that's right you'll have to admit the plan is loaded with drastic but I don't get it out well having heard a different combinations you see Katie mother Kober is always looking for some reason to accuse me of being a bad housekeepers as well I'll leave the house just the way it is she would jump at the chance to blame me then I'll tell her it's her beloved sons idea it might work he usually pays attention to what she says he always pays attention to what she says I only know one time he didn't and she's never forgiven him when was that the day we got married I don't know the thing Katie I want the old bear to see her Cup in his native habitat and now they'll be three for dinner tonight Katie Georgian beat all block buster Cooper as we return to the coopers the trap is all set change charge into a neat orderly husband with the annoying aid of mother Coburn her mother in law mother cook will be here any minute Katie hi throughout it'll extra days into the trap couple of empty beer cans and stuff Mister Cooper is looking in the living room I'm always in there somewhere you live the right piece of junk you'll find them that's her mother Goldberg queen of the dust catchers you won't have to test any table tops with their finger tonight it's just as dirty she's always hoped it would be better yeah okay gosh this is a mother in law's dream to catch daughter in law whether vacuum cleaner down coming coming mother Cooper Elizabeth DHEA Gee I'm glad you could come to nine year old you don't look well how do you feel good.
Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist
"Today we're talking about an African American author scholar Speaker activist sociologist and Educator who succeeded in an era when nearly all the cards were stacked against her are feminist of the day. Is Dr Anna Julia Cooper? Anna Julia Haywood was born into slavery on August tenth eighteen fifty eight in Raleigh North Carolina. When Anna was young she and her two older brothers worked as house slaves in the home of George Washington. Haywood when Anna was nearly five years old. Abraham Lincoln made his emancipation proclamation while life was still incredibly difficult for African Americans in the US especially in the south new doors. Slowly Open for children like Ama- when she was nine Anna won a scholarship to attend the new. Saint Augustine's normal school and Collegiate Institute. A school created to train new teachers to educate former slaves. Anna consistently got good grades. She excelled in the liberal arts as well as math and science even so anna soon realized her opportunities were limited by gender. In addition to race male classmates were directed towards a more rigorous curriculum than their female peers. Anna fought to take the men's courses and eventually succeeded. This fight prompted Anna to dive into advocacy for the education of black women in eighteen. Seventy seven Anna married one of her classmates George Cooper. He passed away just two years later. In the aftermath Anna Dove headfirst into furthering her education and advocacy. She studied mathematics at Oberlin. College where she continued to take the classes designated for men by eighteen. Eighty eight and had earned both a bachelor's of science and a masters degree she also taught math science and Latin at a high school for black students in DC in eighteen ninety two and published a book entitled a voice from the South by a black woman of the south it became one of the first poor African American feminist texts in it. Anna argues that educating black women is the single best investment in the well-being and prosperity of her community around that time. Anna joined the Black Women's Club movement. A coalition of middle-class black women striving to empower other African Americans and became Popular Public Speaker for the movement. She gave speeches at gatherings. Like the National Conference of Colored Women in eighteen ninety five and the first pan-american conference held in London. In one thousand nine hundred. She spoke about the oppression of African Americans and the importance of empowerment through education in nineteen. Oh Two Anna became the principal of the high school where she'd been teaching for years under her leadership. School became known for its Academic Reputation. And it's focused and college preparation. The schools focused drew no shortage of critics many people including prominent black speaker and community leader. Booker T. Washington believed that vocational classes were more important than academic ones. The DC board of education eventually sided with Anna's opposition and refuse to renew her contract for the nineteen o five school year still. She continued her work in education. Teaching at Lincoln University in one thousand nine ten Anna was hired to teach in her high school. Alma Mater Saint Augustine's. She stayed there until nineteen thirty. She also served as the president of a university for working adults by age sixty seven. She earned a doctorate degree from the Sorbonne in Paris making her the fourth African American woman in history to earn a degree of that level. Her dissertation called Slavery and the French revolutionist was written in French. Anna was a groundbreaking scholar educator and feminist writer. She was also a hardworking mother. Who raised to foster children and five adopted children? Anna passed away in her sleep at the age of one hundred five
"george cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lucille Ball with Richard Denning brought to you by the Jello family of desserts yeah I don't I don't the movie all yeah yeah yum yum yum good earnings so I'm not Lucille Ball with Richard Denning as listen George Cooper to people who live together and like it as we look at on the coopers it's morning and there's seven shopping days left until Christmas Georges eating breakfast and Liz is in the kitchen with Katie the made Haiti yes Mrs Colbert have you any idea what George is going to give me for Christmas has he said anything not a thing darn I've got to find out why well I'm getting him a sweater and and if he's giving me something wonderful maybe a measly sweater isn't enough to give him up on the other hand if it is giving me some Dinky little thing why should I not myself about needing a beautiful sweater Mrs Cooper hope Katie you don't think I'm serious it's the thought behind the gift that counts it doesn't make any difference to me what kind of a fur coat judge gives way I wish I don't don't worry I'll find out before he leaves at breakfast table here give me the coffee I'll take it in jingle bells jingle DDT good morning there morning getting what I was reading a good morning was dying and how's my little Hobbs when this morning fine thanks is there anything I can do for my sweet little ever love and baby bell and stop trying to find out what I'm giving it for Christmas you'll come on George iris knows what she's getting this data buried giving or a mink stole over Christmas how does she know she already picked it out and charged it to an it's a pretty good clue are you buying me a mink stole if I bought you a make it would have to be so but it wasn't very well if you won't tell me what I'm getting at least you could tell her to give me a hand they're all all right it's a it's big yes in this small I it also has long shaggy hair in three weeks those takes out ink spots and runs eight days without.
"george cooper" Discussed on WJR 760
"Slow moving on six ninety six east bound right now between the large and loss Sir and in war in an accident on six ninety six westbound after Sheena road is blocking the left shoulder now WJR weather first from the weather channel not as cold out here this afternoon as we were yesterday a mix of clouds and sun more of a south to southwest breeze here this afternoon temperatures in the low thirties twenty tonight in and out of the clouds tomorrow mid thirties and mid forties ahead for the weekend from the weather channel on the route which is can do an honest talk seven sixty W. J. R. the island resort and casino offers a premier resort experience you'll find everything from a quick bite to signature dining relaxing guestrooms and suites luxurious drift spa services exciting slots and table games plus live entertainment the island's total resort experience makes the perfect gift to purchase an island resort and casino gift card call eight seven seven hi SL show it's that simple eight seven seven hi SL show for George Cooper the family heating cooling electrical here to stay thank you for your business and continue support of our company over all these years since nineteen sixty eight re taking great pride in serving your heating cooling and electrical needs and hopefully for many years to come I also want to say merry Christmas and happy new year on behalf of all of us here at family heating cooling and electric and as I always say family is not just our name it's the.
"george cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"How are you I'm doing fine thank you and have a little fun we're gonna talk about Lisa coucher on when some take it's how you doing hi David right right here we go number one Lisa could show used to date Conan o'brien really ridiculous wow I think that's probably true it Israel to date Conan my son it's in my my backpack over there I'll get it for the next round all right I'm all of us to do thanks myself I'm disappointed but okay all to help you do that number two her rise to fame was a recurring role as a ditsy waitress Ursula buffet on everybody loves Raymond really ridiculous rediculous three take the which part of the home love's rate is ridiculous she was definitely not in everybody loves Raymond but she did start with that role and it was on the show mad about you and then she started that role okay raven and see right now is a great so I never three she made her first TV appearance on an episode of cheers really ridiculous ridiculous I'm not a real it sorry all and this is for you one one I David you're winner you know what you have one and you've got a great gift here because mercury theater Chicago presents the positively medieval satire Monty python's Spamalot it's us opening August thirtieth and Newsday call Spamalot a holy grail of big crowd pleasing musical comedy you can check it out at mercury theater Chicago dot com but you want to take it's you are going to love it it's a lot of fun mercury theater does the bass stuff and that's a really fun show so hope you have a great evening there thanks David thank you all right buddy all right he's a big winner and we have a text in line folks three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we love getting your tax Lisa reads them and then reads I read them aloud for Carl yeah I'm kind of his reader yeah I read that was your feeling well so the screen in front of her I have all of these other buttons two men who has more buttons and stuff in front of Ben Ben had bad eyes I'm talking bout between Lisa Anne and I Kerr so car car you probably buttons and from you you don't need that right there's a lot of lives yeah there's always you don't I can't do the tax stand likes and I read him his eyes it was feeling so it's right right you're not really feeling I'll read it that way it with a smile on your voice sometimes sometimes I'm not so happy but most of it which you they have to say yeah well you know what's we we don't play Mr and Mrs north a knife in my opinion it is one of the bass detective shows they were like amateur detectives they were a married couple okay and they were publisher he was a big publisher and she was his beautiful wife and once a week for whatever reason they would stumble across a murder you know it was they would go out to eat come home there was a dead body in their apartment yeah that happens all the time that's pretty today can happen while and so what they would do is solid can solve the crime this this character's Mr and Mrs north were created by Francis and Richard Lockridge and they were seen in motion pictures on television heard on radio Erin novels very very popular character when it first came to radio in nineteen forty two and at twenty million weekly listeners very very popular in Joseph curtain and Alice frost originated the roles then later Richard Denning who played the husband I'm on my favorite husband yeah he was he was George George Cooper on that show what you love right well he plays Mr north and then Barbara Britton plays his wife and it was just a great show you're gonna hear it right now it actually was the inspiration for heart to heart with Robert Wagner and Stephanie powers which was a very popular TV show as well I love tarte to her that the seventies I think Slade seventy in the eighties yeah I live in eighties yeah all right so what we have in nineteen fifty three broadcast for you now called family affair it stars Richard Denning and Barbara Britton here's part one of Mr and Mrs north what the it's been jury she's in the study come on bill something's the matter.
"george cooper" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"In a lot of the work that was done here at Ames was focused on a flight testing and here on this plane. You can see well, rather large Pedo to stew. That's a boom sticking out from the front that measures airspeed. Okay. And you might also notice the swept back wings that were on the F one hundred and that was a pretty recent development. The design of having the wings wetback, and that sort of way which would reduce drag and RT Jones who was at Langley, but spent a lot of his career. Here at Ames was one of the people who is responsible for promoting this wept wing design. Okay. So I think we have a street named afro too. Do right outside the. Never knew who he was. Joe cooper. The pilots shown in this historical photo. But the pilot is one of our, you know, one of our most distinguished, test pilots. George Cooper, George Cooper started at Ames in nineteen forty five before which he served in in World War Two as a fighter pilot. And among his many many accomplishments. He was also an engineer and he developed the rating scale a ten point rating scale that pilots would use to be able to provide normalized and consistent information that they you know, that they would gather. Well, they were testing these aircraft. And so, you know, this way of like, okay, we're going to have metrics, and we're gonna consistent the contribute aircraft performance or something aircraft performance and safety, and it's actually still used as an international standard today. Oh, what's it called again? It's like the Cooper Harper rating scale Bill her breaking helped him Bill Charles pretty cool. So viewers at home if they wanted to recreate George Cooper look over here. What would we need? Well. If we could see the the photo again brought up. Okay. I'm thinking some kind of helmet perhaps some kind of backpack. I think lane thought that was a parachute probably work boots and coveralls in in. It also depends if you are thinking about which type of flight suit you wanted to be be wearing this is more of a pressure suit because the F one hundred was a a supersonic aircraft. And so if an also flying at higher altitudes, so looser clothing could be worn in in a flight suit. Just depending it depends on what L to toot your Halloween costume supply. Exactly what I understand. Okay. So somebody wanted to check what the plane was called. It is the F one hundred right? That's right. Okay. Speaking of how long people worked at NASA. Do you know what the longest serving employee of NASA is who it is? Or how long that tenure? Was. We would we one would assume Jack Boyd. But that wouldn't be right. If you're thinking of contiguous here. But here he works here at NASA. Jack boy started at Ames when it was any see a in nineteen forty seven. He has served under every single center director since the beginning. Early nineties. He still comes into the center. Three days a week, very active in in things going on at aims and very supportive history office. Yes. And a testament to why might not be a good idea to retire. The longest serving Nessim flights have been here for decades and decades. Fantastic. That's pretty cool cool out satisfaction. A few comments. Lina question is the Nestle library only textbooks. Or does it contain creative work as well? Interesting. Nasa library, meaning perhaps the archive. There's a difference between libraries and archives. We do have to libraries two main libraries at Ames a technical library and a life sciences library. They focus on published materials, and you know assist with research queries. You know through this public published materials, whereas the archive tens archives tend to focus on more unique materials and collections of. Whatever letters correspondence early drafts of their work. See data designs. Yeah. Quick komen. Before we go to our next image. It's so amazing all those old pictures. I love it. Historical stuff here and and tip for everyone at home. If you want to recreate that flight suit outfit salad bowl for the helmet. I can work. Yeah. So let's move along to our next image that we have from aims..
"george cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Theatre had never seen it on the big screen and there was a large portion of people who had never seen it at all banda it's just such a great movie ended with jimmy stewart and kari grant and katherine hepburn and it it brought katherine hepburn's career back because i know it's hard to believe but but right before that movie was made she was considered boxoffice poison quote unquote they actually called or box office and she had made a bunch of bombs in a row and uh you know liquor everybody with on out her careers over forget about her and she was in the play of uh the philadelphia surge originally started as a play and it was a huge huge hit on broadway so she bought the rights to the play along with howard hughes howard hughes health throughout because they were cana seen each other if you've seen the aviator you know that because cate blanchett plays kate the happen in the movie but anyway you know guess she raised a bunch of money our hughes gave her a bunch of money she bought the rice the play and essentially produced at herself which was something that nobody did at women i'm sorry women didn't do that in those days i mean we're talking movie was the movies released in 1943 in the 1940s we're talking about you know early nineteen forty late nineteen thirty nine a a woman saying i'm buying this property and i'm gonna get this movie made and she did it because she's katharine hepburn and she ruled um so you know and then it turned out to be a a massive hit a it had brought her career back and obviously we know where her career went from there because you know she's a legend and one of the greatest exercise that ever lived in one of the biggest movie stars of all time so there was just great to see it on the big screen um you know uh uh just really great george cooper directed it and we talked about the making of afterwards it was very quickly made an they had to shoot it but you know a a very very quickly and uh you know the clark gable demanded that he get top billing even though of the three leads he's got the least law of the three fleets but they gave him top billing he insisted on apple and because.
"george cooper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"General clapper and many others they have said there's no evidence of collusion it's not just the republicans who are saying that but congressman stewart i wanna to put up several things a fullscreen because and let's put it up on the screen right now because some of the events have nothing to do with the carter page warrant which again is why i wonder why you decided to focus just on that george pompidou novelist being told by russians months before that they had dirt on hillary clinton the trump tower meeting between top campaign aides a russian lawyer general michael flynn lying about his meeting with the russian ambassador you suggested at the beginning of the of view that you saw no evidence of collusion and no evidence of obstruction of justice but you're focusing on not saying it's not legitimate we're gonna talk about it i promise after the us with this question but you're focusing on what happened in the fought finds a court with regard to carter page because the american people didn't know about this you knew about george cooper ductless you knew about general flynn all of that had been already reported this had not been reported and we felt like once again the american people wanted to know and by the way those things that you've talked about in the work at a special council which let me restate i support and want him to continue but none of that virtually none of that indicate inclusion on on on behalf of the trump campaign and russian officials there just isn't anything you've got some fighting actual irregularities that happened years before the election you've got some people had a process crime as they call it where they may be weren't honest with the fbi but no one has said or go showing evidence of collusion between trump'll officials in any russian agents they're just simply isn't any well let's talk about the nabucco and at central allegation which was that the.
"george cooper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From nineteen forty um i will be screening the philadelphia story with m kari grant katharine hepburn and jimmy stewart and you know it doesn't get better than that poser three of the greatest movie stars that ever lived all in one movie a classic george cooper directed at um this a wonderful romantic comedy uh in a great era of filmmaking featuring three of the best actors and movie stars on the planet in one movie a very excited to be showing this it's going to be ah digitally remastered going to look beautiful on the big screen you've never seen the philadelphia story should come out and i note a lot of people have never seemed on the big screen including myself this will be the first time i've ever seen on the big screen um and it i'm very excited to be hosting this one this is a this is a class i think we've had people requested in it's been one of my favorite finally available on dc p digital so well we will be showing it on tuesday on february six then i hope everybody can make it out fourteen bucks to get in but that includes free parking and free popcorn the movie will start at eight i will introduce it but you can get their little bit early maybe seven o'clock have some dinner at bogart's which is on the second floor where the movie theater is on the second floor of the arose mount eighteen amc and we will screen it in the big premier theater which has a huge curve screen and credible digital projection in sound and a big lush love seats you can also order food directly from your seat they'll come and bring it to you you don't even have to get up so that services available as well once again it is on tuesday february sixth at the movie will start at eight i'll introduce it will have little talk afterwards it's the philadelphia story one of the best movies ever.
"george cooper" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"But is such a funny move is in has everybody nice kaplan cap katherine hepburn jimmy stewart an kari grant and it's just a really funny movie in its yeah i don't i don't know you there yeah okay sorry that'll help have you really want to target on the i got unplug here sorry sorry last thing i heard from you i don't know with recorded all up was just the cast of the philadelphia story that was really funny okay and we came back on i heard you say george concur so um i have not seen the philadelphia story it is it either just came out or is about to come out on criterion collection so it's amazing it's it's fun oh anyway the jer what else able about george cooper where he harry's is being in the he's not he's different frank capra that he was a closet a gay guy in hollywood a time and so he was ruining it i guess he was he was running up before the '60s law but he had an interesting life and he seemed like a really cool guy had these like elaborate parties that all the casting crews from all of his moves but go to and he was very well love near the end of his life i guess he he uh had a relationship with a much younger man who he supported him through through collagen and law school and the guy became a lawyer you got married to a woman it was like they were still like really good friends the rest of our lives and i thought that was really kind of sweet nice let's cool and you know i feel like in the 40s you don't even have to say closeted gay guy because he was ateret in l like um.
"george cooper" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"He couldn't really stop that he could've added it made his life a little bit harder but i think in the revisionist history of this whole thing everybody's just trying to find a way obviously to paint themselves in the most favorable light but also show some accountability now and i think when tarentino is an interesting history because he has a look bit of a reputation for not being the best will women he does wait a minute i thought he has a great reputations i thought he was kind of the george cooper of the modern era you know he's i'm serious stop it i've user none up with hillman actress short no absolutely not if you if you're willing to do any legwork and talk to anybody with any connection in hollywood but if really are on the more just annoy with nod dory i'm not putting him on a harvey weinstein us which is obviously disgusting and a lot more aggressive but he's asking out in hitting on everything imaginable okay literally everything imaginable and add isn't even allowed anymore i mean yeah the did you see mayom bialik wrote this article for the new york times saying you you saw that up at that you wrote and in it she wrote a lot of feminist stuff i'm a modern feminist i think this than ever and she says the hollywood culture i was never comfortable with it i lead a conservative life i dress conservatively i avoid situations she talked about things like that people didn't like that she had to come out and apologise not just once she came out again today she got down on our knees and apply i mean it was like you all she had to say i she eta essentially disavowed the article well she said that basically you know i dress conservatively i don't flirt with people and they were trying to listen to she was victim blaming it well exhibit waiting that you know that maybe these people who had been assaulted and victimized by here wednesday were dressing a certain way maybe not asking fortune say that that i mean that's what's on care donna karen karen was kind of doing the victim blaming i thought ma'am bialik had a she said a this is how i am a feminist in harvey weinstein hollywood she.
"george cooper" Discussed on KOIL
"See that film no this is they play why are the ones that won't by by talk your blood hillary clinton was kinda like that i wouldn't say that that's kind of uh you know it's kind of brutal i mean what you're saying but but the the film gaslight which will you which is kind of what your referencing with a great film it had had charles boyer a ingrid bergman and joseph cotton and if you hadn't seen that film yet you must see it because it deals with that mine play that you're talking about the absolute alternate reality and it was directed by the great george kyuko who i met many years ago when i first came to hollywood i mean this is one of the great directors of all the time george cooper and you're a joseph cotton was in it and the the reason why i i so responded the gaslight is because a world famous opera singer whose name was i think alyssa something had just been murdered and the the the perpetrator a left without the jewels he was after and he was interrupted by a child who is played by terry moore who i also knew terry moore was how would use his girlfriend she's a great lady terry more but she she played a alice his niece and the paula was then said that she can train to be an opera star with the same teacher who trained alice so she studies for him and then she as an adult pull it becomes ingrid bergman meets charles boyer a pause in love and then it starts the happened the insanity starts to happened in a locker in the tower of london and she loses a broker in incredible and you got to see this movie it's a classic but jim thank you for your call in that great piece of music this is robert you have anything else to say before we go onto the next segment going to quit all right thank you so much all right ladies and gentlemen so anyway go see this movie or rented i mean there's a young maiden who's played by angela lands buried who's like was in a venture in candidate robert w back momentarily this is the robert apples call now eight hundred four four nine for more information on this and other great talk programs go to talk.
"george cooper" Discussed on KQED Radio
"State has been a major dead beat it owes fox valley four hundred seventy eight thousand dollars about a third of its annual budget in order to stay afloat director cindy worst lee his head to take drastic steps we are still serving us people we are still paying the aides so how do we do that we have other bills were not paying she's held off a number of creditors and events really she even stopped paying payroll taxes the irs halt weighed either let it takes a little bit longer to get to you when they do you have to start figuring out some way to pay it or you lose it this is a story that's repeating itself across illinois it's been a sort of stealth government shutdown there are hundreds of programs that also oh haven't been paid for homeless teens aids patients in victims of domestic violence but this aspect of the state budget crisis is happening largely out of public view since george cooper of springfield is filling his tyres after a morning by ride just asking people i'm wondering if you're willing to say if you've been affected by the state budget impasse at all not that i'm aware of no figure there figure there together some god in fact almost twothirds of illinois and say they have not been affected by the stalemate according to a poll earlier this year the dome because i'm retired and i don't ever state pension the lack of public pressure has made it easier for each side to stay in its quarter governor bruce rauner says he hates to see social services go going without funding but he wants talked about using the threat of defunding them as a witch to force democrats to go along with his agenda to weaken public sector labor unions so far democrats have refused most of.
"george cooper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"By the bernardi auto group where the worst spot all it's tough to say laureates really messy everywhere you go but i can't tell you i've got some good news downtown soldiers field soldiers field road on the east downside we hadn't overhype vehicle at north harvard straight with a u haul truck actually they were obliged back it up and it's now clear issue moving better through thereby harvard stadium lower deck is back to the college and keep in mind inside the o'neill tunnel southbound we have a crash clearing just before the exit onto the expressway it wasn't the center lane i think they're able to push it off to the shoulder now lever connector has fallen both directions let's head west of town take a look at the pike with david strep elino in the mapra insurance gop they're very busy on the best bike westbound slow going from all the to western the bit through framing arab east bilo the pike very slow from brighton to the expressway david struck pollino the offering george cooper now heading south of town the expressway southbound remain stop and go all nine miles north value start to hit the laser nepad said and it's tough from there into the tunnel 120 gate southbound's gonna be jammed up as you make your way from about one o9 down to twenty four and again right by the split three southbound's heavy coming from the split to union street and again from one thirty nine of the kingston stretch north of town ninetythree northbound is slow from the tunnel straight to one twenty eight against sixty two to one ten and expect delays to on one twenty eight northbound from foreign 225 getting up past twenty eight southbound's gonna be slow from route two down past highland avenue and expect delays to on route one northbound in pockets from sixteen to linfield next report five thirteen wbz's traffic and we are losing our sunshine hour by hour as we head toward sunset and then tonight could be a little bit stormy yet again here's eric fischer the.
"george cooper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tough blaze that roared through a nearly completed apartment building as happened on dorchester avenue no injuries were reported but a worker who got out safely was taken to the hospital with chest pains patchy joe pity you see me a multiple multiple ladder fives sprinklers had not yet been activated the building was duper final inspections though later this week by twenty units were to be occupied on july the fifteenth in dorchester manage ounce wbz news radio ten thirty a nearby redline station at ashmawi has now been reopened at his back in business that according to the tea hurley this morning wbz news time 603 a check of traffic and weather together now chris cohe n it's the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes on chris well we definitely seeing the volume starting to make its way out this morning of on route ninety three south by four 95 to tap of the greg said ninety three hangs up one twenty nine making way down toward winchester eilat's route three southbound slow up by four 95 to expect that delay but once what aid southbound that's in pretty good shape beg me way through wakefield right dow passed ninety three and all the way to the turnpike or check out route one now as we say good morning to david stripoli no in the monterey and church copter good morning chris we see if you extra cars on the road now through the linfield tunnel area but otherwise not bad ciller evelyn fels parkway than heavy to route ninety nine david struck of operating george cooper south of the city were threes up sabaya getting up from eighteen up toward the city i wrote up toward the expressway on the expressway you hit the brakes at adams street all the the way up to colombia road route twenty four northbound i at your delays coming up i want 23 once you get up toward one twenty nine at one thirty nine rather it starts to open up a bit for you on route ninety five north outlets heavy from the.
"george cooper" Discussed on KOMO
"Program proponents say the program would ensure fair pay hey and living conditions on farms provide milk tibet and cherries and they say that can't be rushed this is abc news this is one thousand in fm 97 7 good morning it is 9o forward strict aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours here's john nelson well we're looking at a busy day an area roadways we got some road work on i ninety lean more banned the answer for me sunlight we've got roadwork work on motleq boulevard on the motley brusca selena to about eleven thirty that big construction project in the camp area northbound i5 figaro 516 traffic backed the follow the twitter gate street in mouthburning we 'evil collusion as got i5 completely block near thin cates during your black the all waited george cooper road and the ottoman offramp block i ninety of both directions built in way i'm john nelson our next reporting live fourteen kolonin and taking a look at the forecast well let's see we get the latest from tehran's offer your weekend partly cloudy skies today dry temperatures they're going top out in the upper 60s to lower 70s we in the low to mid 70s on sunday slight chance of a morning spring of otherwise dr throughout much of father's day them here comes the sunshine after a mostly cloudy sunday monday tuesday wednesday and beyond olten partly to mostly sunny temperatures climbing well under the '70s for the work week in the komo weather center on komo news stay connected stay informed this is komo news good morning it is nato five coming up on nine oath six from the komo twenty four hour news center on jeff pohjola construction combined with some big events this weekend could leave drivers stuck in gridlock that rivals weekday rushhour the close here's her all over the sound komos.