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"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The
"It's Kinda bad for the Jews here in the United States. Many episodes odes of antisemitism every week we email updates for this sort of thing the most interesting one this week A woman in the Hudson River valley was charged with throwing a piece of pork at a synagogue. She's been charged with hate crime for throwing pork chops at a synagogue in Columbia County. What do we make of this? Can you say this. This is a heartache. But I was pretty impressed with her for her action. She could've gone with the very cheap kind of you know two dollar a pound pork. She went with a pork pork. Chop that is both expensive and in my mind a semi respectful thing. If you're going to go hate crime can I just read this to you. Rios on January nine in between the hours of five twenty three PM. Three Twenty eight am through a package of pork chops. A non kosher food onto the front steps of the congregation Andrzej MFA causing pork fluids to spilled onto its steps according to criminal complaint. That is just like so gory. Gross and like Kerry ask. I mean it's really fluids was the name of my high school band the back in the morning to photograph it. It's just really weirdly specific. My first thought when I read this was well. Well if it's a reformed temple they'll take the pork chops inside and cook them and have have a Nice Kesha. So last week was like reform movement kindness week take this is sponsored by the clan and honestly no judgment here. It's food and if you eat as many many the people as most American Jews do add more power to them than you take it inside you fry it up and you have a nice pork cutlet but it does seem that the show that she threw the pork chops at was a conservative synagogue. And this is what's really diabolical about it right because the conservative synagogue. Most of your members in fact do eat pork but they pretend not to eat pork and the rabbi pretends not to eat pork and the synagogue doesn't allow to be cooked on its premises. So what she's doing. She's throwing them this tasty cut of meat that they they all really would like to enjoy at their own homes that day after God. But she's throwing it at the synagogue on the slam of American Judaism. I mean she went like right into the hypocritical. Soul of American Judy. She's a one woman theological seminary. Oh Oh my it just feels like a waste of perfectly good pork.
"hudson river valley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The messy weather all up and down the eastern seaboard although it's only going to be in the northeast mainly New England that we're going to deal with the worst of the precipitation snow is going to accumulate several inches across much of New England for today including some areas to the north west of Boston that can end up with three to six inches of snow however there's also going to be an area of ice at the southern end of that that can affect portions of southern New England on back through the Hudson River valley and into northwestern parts of the Jersey and then back across northern parts of Pennsylvania those areas may have very difficult travel with a lot of sleet and freezing rain south from there this is mainly going to be a rain events the steady rain is going to extend down into northern Virginia mainly for this morning and showers are going to be winding down west of there as you head farther south and east showers and thunderstorms are going to be the role unlike yesterday where severe weather was particularly nasty including a high number of tornadoes that threat is not going to be as high for today but we can still have flooding downpours and damaging winds and a small chance of a tornado from eastern parts of North Carolina on down through the northern half of Florida for the rest of the country dry and chilly weather is in place the cold is going to be worst across the upper Midwest where highs are only going to be in the single digits and teens however we are still fairly chilly even down into parts of Texas and Oklahoma where highs are going to be in the forties and fifties that's the nation's weather hi Maggie weather dot com meteorologist tethers air at least three people are confirmed dead and a dozen more injured as tornadoes smashed into buildings down trees and left a trail of destruction around the Deep South overnight particularly hard hit northern Alabama meet the oldest married couple in the world a little later in the show this is America in the morning I'm John trout twenty three minutes before the hour this week's impeachment drama starts today in the house rules committee Terry Moore reports the committee will meet to set procedures for the debate in the full house which is expected tomorrow.
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"Set menu for UH. What is it twenty five to thirty dollars instead of seventy five dollars that all the boxes and then if you're going in the fall one thing you can also do that. You wouldn't be able to do any other time of the year in the spring or anything. The saints are in town. Okay I mean they love the saints as a Home Football Game Jim was we went for Bachelor Party and the saints playing that next day on Sunday so it was Saturday night. Everyone was out in about having a good time and we got invited to a tailgate. I thought Oh man I've tailgated in Philly. PHILLY's great for tailgating. Oh my gosh let me tell you the saints fans do do it right. This trailer was like forty foot long like ten zero Terry Upscale Terry you got invited to. I wasn't even sure if we were you know the guys drink and we all come to our tailgate my buddy. I'm like well. We probably will you go yeah. Just tell them you're with us and with thing we're never going to get in and we we did and they recognized us again and it was a super guitar. Stadium is very cool. It's new obviously they rebuilt it after the hurricane and so even just driving into the city you can see it and it's a cool thing yes so that's a benefit of the fall. If you're GonNa go then you know nice versus. Maybe the spring which which also has fantastic weather way to sell it as a fall destination Orleans number two really big for New Orleans. All right number three for me is a place that we have been number four number four was was New Orleans. Oh we have to get your mind backup cut-back backup my number four I am. I'm sorry guys I'm staying on the still I will be at all surprised which the bunches inches stuff around you know. I'm really big on ordering it. The correct way and this one was hired and then I moved it so had I thought about it. Maybe I would have went to another part of the country but regardless. This is mine number. Four is the Hudson River valley. I almost put this on my list to you because we've never really done it and I've always wanted to do. It always seems so kind kind of romantic to me being on the river and there's like the art scene. Well go ahead you can talk about. We've been talking a lot about this recently because it is something something that's feasible for us to throw the kids in the car and go you know depending on where we're going a three and a half hour to up to six hour journey depending where you're going doing the Hudson River valley but we've been talking quite a bit about going here. I've done a lot of research including there is a church in this town Kamal Hudson by it's gorgeous white steeple beautiful old church. It doesn't have plumbing or any or electric or anything set up but it looks fantastic. basically you just want to go on a real estate scouting no okay so. I have spent a tiny. I spent one afternoon in the town called beacon not even one one afternoon one three hour block. I went to Hudson Valley Brewing Company on my way back from Connecticut wit and I were there went that that was a cute little town. Apparently that is kind of the hotspot for people leaving New York City because it's easy to get on a train so that's the I guess intro into the Hudson River valley valley more or less. If you're coming from the south cool little town superfund super cute work your way up we could stay in Malden on Hudson if we by that church. Oh my goodness stock is they're super artsy folksy town and then of course the town of Hudson I think is the other beacon in Hudson are kind of the ones that Dr Not really as hidden of hidden gems anymore. I've gotten pretty popular but for good reason cruiser beautiful quaint towns on the river and yeah I'm and just to some big cities like New York but yeah I think the Hudson River valley is a cool spot. We should definitely kind of make it a destination in the fall. Well maybe next year because this year as we said we are heading a little further up north yeah. I think that's a great a great number number three for you. Now we're at number three for now. We're actually at number three so we have been here before and I have number three as Denver Slash Breckenridge wait. Are you spurring spurring facing so if it's under two hours from the place then it's then it's a slash but if it's over for two hours disperse sure sure you we make our own roles you make the rule of law you. You can't fly into Breckenridge okay so if you're going to Colorado and you're you're not driving there. You have to go to Denver okay so there's no other option to get to Breckenridge. You have to fly to Denver. You could fly to some of the other little airport ninety. Five percent of people were flying. Yes Denver is a great destination for fall. You can usually find cheap tickets to denver any time because there are so many flights in and out of that airport so that makes it a great reason to go remember one of our Interfax from way back when the Denver Airport is is actually larger in land area than the whole island of Manhattan. It's crazy. It is a very odd airport in of itself. If there's all these conspiracy theories about government operations underground Denver airport which is kind of funny and you could research that if but not the main reason to go to Denver though Colorado is in beautiful state. It's even more beautiful I think in the fall than it is in any other season. I mean winters cool. You got the skiing but it's so cold and so unless yes you're just GonNa Ski Every Single Day. Fall is where it's at for for me. We went to Breckenridge. We did a house it there. I don't know I think it was five years ago now and we were were there. August into September gorgeous. It was absolutely return. Donning the Aspen is turning yellow just so striking with all of the evergreens that are there in Breckenridge and the aspens were so bright and the color were so noticeable that I began to question whether it's actually like I know I'm colorblind but I'm seeing says five dollars. Is this what normal people in everyday life maybe and the thing with with fall is that if you wanna a hike if you want to do outdoor stuff other than skiing. This is the best time to go in my opinion because some can still be really hot. You know it's very dry in Colorado Colorado but it's still a little hot so I think that falls awesome. WE'VE BEEN TO DENVER. We were there last September for our location in the experience and it was awesome. I'm being there in Denver. There's so many good restaurants now there's great breweries or some really hipster areas like the Rhino district. We saw a a concert at red rocks which was honestly one of the most transformative amazing experiences ever. It was like an appearance sobol to the note is that they stop. It's you know if you don't know what red rocks is. It's an outdoor concert venue in an outdoor amphitheater yeah in the Not Canyon but amongst the rock and so when it gets to call and in the way that gets to implement. They stopped the contractor. I think we went to the last one or one of the last show of the year which was is beginning of October so just be aware if you're going in November like you're not gonna go to red rocks. Could it's close because it's going to be freezing. Possibly Oh you know well. Maybe we're talking early early fall to Denver so it ain't like skiing to one thing to mention because you know the ski ski seasons will start end of November beginning of December so you get that too like if you not that you're going to go somewhere for a full season but it would be cool to go out to Denver from. Let's say late. September all the way through December like you would have you would have two very different experience digital nomad and you could just be wherever you want that visually independent offended yeah. If you're location independent you could do three months out there and we'll be perfect as you'd get the fall the foliage change and then you can go right on into skiing so I think Denver Denver and Breckenridge but we spend the most amount of time there and we like it a lot town the all the little mountain towns around. They're going driving through the rockies. It's it's just it's just awesome. One of the benefits of Denver you hit on is the fact that there are so many cool places around it whether we're talking about bigger places that are known like boulder or or Brac or I mean obviously you can get out to vail and stuff like that or just some of the smaller tiny mountain. They're just so much to see and do around there. I think Colorado so in that area is maybe my favorite four season area of the country like if you had to tell me hey you're not able to travel much and you you have to spend four seasons somewhere that might be it for me because we have been out there every single season and I like it every single time but I think you're right. That fall might be absolute pinnacle in less. You're going for specific reason like like skiing or or mountain biking or something like that what you might do in the summer so oh man surprising. I did not think Denver would be on your list because I'm usually the one like you know older and boulders my favorite but I do like Denver and I liked. The mountain towns a little more than I loved Barack the most. We've spent the most time there and I that town. Would it may get a little too small town. If you live there I I don't know but I we spent a month month and a half there once and talk about could happy hours that really perhaps yards all right my number three. Hey you said I make the rules. We make the rules so I am going to give you a few spurs. 'cause they're not really that close but someone might might be able to tell me why. I'm giving you these three places together Oxford Mississippi Tuscaloosa Alabama and Athens Georgia Zsa. Why am I if you guys know that means that you're probably a college football fan so for me one of my dreams tailgating at an SEC game and and go to the SEC game. I don't know what SEC South Eastern Conference. I don't know people might not know yeah. I know you put me on this box. I'm like seven to knows probably a people could argue but definitely college. Football lives was in the south in my opinion yes up here. People Love Penn State and Michigan Ohio State. I get it okay but we also have a lot of good pro teams that people really get behind in my mind college football is the SEC and the fact that I've somehow never been to an SEC game. I I don't know why can happen. Make it happen so I gave you these three places because if I was going to go to an SEC game either want to go and I'll work backwards. Athens Georgia talking specifically the fall Athens Georgia Georgia. That's where the University of Georgia's at cool beautiful and it's a cool town. We've never and also I've heard it's a great town Tuscaloosa Alabama. We've actually been to and we've been to Alabama stadium. Hmm We went on a road trip to New Orleans. We did so. I would be going there. Just because Alabama is such an amazing football team. I am a Florida.
"hudson river valley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"We will coverage that's what we do that's what that's what you're supposed to do on the radio call me nuts call me nuts John whether be where do you think it's got it landfall yes where do you think it's going to hit landfall tomorrow I don't think it's going to hit landfall how about that important information important information for there's more into the science that I have in front of me it's going to just barely hit the Outer Banks of North Carolina and that's it what will it do to the oceans what's it gonna do what do our shore line up and down the east coast beach erosion storm surge wind damage it's going to be crazy Georgia coast South Carolina coast particularly ball vulnerable because of the approach of Dorian to that part of the southeast coast it'll be more of a side ways or parallel brush for North Carolina in the Florida coast Monday god if this gets even close with major hurricane force winds they'll be some big damage there Mary listing on WMAL welcome to sterling on Sunday with a question for John whether be whether ma'am yeah where are these hurricane strength and I grew up in Connecticut and listen to my relatives on Long Island talk about the big hurricane of thirty eight we used to have hurricane warnings all the time in Connecticut why are they not traveling north anymore our answer to the question is they don't travel as north as often ever there are or not for example one one of the Hudson River valley was a major hurricane was a huge problem Bob Diane all were hot hurricanes that went to the north and the one you spoke of that was horrible for could hurricanes don't normally go that far north they happen much more frequently in the more southern latitudes Mary thank you for your call do you have a question for John whether be whether ma'am the numbers eight eight eight six eight eight W. A. L. T. I can't think of anything more important than covering the weather live on a Sunday night headed into the work week headed into the three day Labor Day weekend what what else you gonna talk about that's more port I really can't think of anything eight eight eight six eight eight W. A. L. T. let's you and I talked to John whether be weather man who will answer all of your weather questions and again I'm I'm like send you scratch my head like why have I never I have never heard the weather man on the phone with a listener it's amazing that I'm Charlie Van **** sterling on Sunday now presents its **** time all right here's my.
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"I'm Joe Nolan on seventy seven WABC. Here's channel seven's. Bill Evans in the forecast. Rain starting to spread into the Hudson river valley west. Most of the Hudson river, the Catskills, western jersey now, and this is spreading eastward, it really will get heavier and heavier downpours of rain likely after lunchtime and into the afternoon temperature fifty two degrees, but we'll have this moderate to heavy rain through the evening commute into the first part is light which could cause some flooding. So be on the lookout for that as much as an inch of rain. This goes away like late. We clear out overnight the low jobs to forty in the city, thirty in the suburbs. And tomorrow is going to be a chilly day despite sunshine, Sunday, clouds, high forty four to forty five and it's going to be about forty four forty five degrees. The rest of the week. This is seventy seven WBZ comes to talk in Cosby dedicated to fight crime. Chase down the street goes back to sleep. Please welcome Rita. Cosby? There's a lot of heat on the president. Lines issues people. DC to your neighbor. The red berets are helping the cities beer courteously walk out during the president of the guardian. Angels curtis. We will. That was an explosive inner he is. Cosby? Cosby? Fly me to the moon. Let me play among. Let me see what spring is like. Juba? And Ma you just ruined. In other words, giving day holiday and started the work. Brian Mongoloids by praying. Frank Sinatra the chairman away heyday loathe I despise,.
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"There. A slop fest of rain and snow and ice mixed off to the north of northern jersey. It snow and snow of the Hudson river valley up toward the Catskills. And this will continue tonight maybe three to six inches. They're heavy and wet with ice mixed in. But everybody else is going to be in rain tonight. Anybody's south of two eighty seven south of I eighty south of ninety five in Connecticut tonight. We've got rain thirty five tomorrow. Everybody's innocent, Brian except maybe extreme northern Hudson river valley and the Catskills that could just into some wet snow and ice. And then we got breaks of sun by afternoon tomorrow. The highest forty six the weekend is chilly, sunshine. Forty five degrees, brisk and chilly, but sunny on Saturday and Sunday lows in the twenties and thirties be very careful traveling now, it's a slop fest out there. This is meteorologist to seventy seven WBZ where New York comes to talk. Cosby dedicated to fight crime. Chase down the street perspective, sweetie. Please welcome Rita. Cosby? There's a lot of heat on the president. Issues of people. DC to your neighbor as are helping the city's courtesy founder and president of the guardian angels Curtis. That wasn't explosive inner is. Cardis cosby. Curtis. Cosby seventy seven. ABC? Neil. Mama. Seventy seven w ABC. You're listening to Curtis and Cosby in the warm nj diet dot com studios again as you're hearing a winter storm is already on its way some of our area ready getting a little bit of a light dusting and expected to turn to rain later on. But definitely New York. We'll get some New Jersey, Connecticut, all of us will get some. If it hasn't started already in your area the burst big snowstorm of the season. And.
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"The afternoon now, we've got showers and thunderstorms. Heavy downpours of rain, some gusty wind temperature sixty five allow extra travel time this will push through the city and get out of the way about seven o'clock tonight than from the city Hudson river valley jersey shore west you can get out and vote you got until nine o'clock eastern analogue island. Connecticut coast, you got rain up with about nine o'clock tonight tonight. We clear out we cool off fifty two in the city, forty two in the suburbs. Tomorrow, we got sunshine sixty Thursday, sunshine, fifty-five have a great afternoon. Get out the vote, but me very careful traveling keep the ring your handy. This is seventy seventy New York comes to talk. Attention staying yesterday as I had mentioned it was a full tray of food out in the news human normally the workers here alike. Gradients anything that's put out it's free. They hail it cakes pies. Cookies, you name it things that they can't even analyze what it is. You'll eat it. But the fruits, oh, they were out all day all day because as much as people know that they have to have fruits and vegetables, and as they get older, they need more and more servings. The reality is after a few days chopping on those fruits and vegetables, they get lockjaw or their poly grip is in working in their false teeth. Fall right out. That's right. And so you go back to having just mean potatoes or much much, right? So what you gotta do is do what I do. I get balancing nature fruits and veggies. And I take two tablets of each in the morning to tablets of each at night. And that gives me the nutrition of over ten servings of thirty one different fruits and vegetables a day without having to eat one foot one vegetable plus in the deal, they'll throw in a health coach at no charge to guide you with any questions you have fought cheaper than if.
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"Release on Seventy-seven WABC. Here's channel seven's. Bill Evans with forecast. We've got some sunny breaks across northern jersey up the Hudson river valley to the Catskills. We're going to have more in the way of sunny breaks. Bloomberg everybody the city Long Island central southern jersey as well. And there's still might be a sprinkle around or a little drizzle. But that gets out of the way the temperatures around seventy six tonight. We've got a muggy night. It's cloudy overnight. Low is going to be sixty five that's still comfortable tomorrow, sun and clouds high seven. Eighty six we've got sunny clouds on Saturday, high seventy seven and southern clouds eighty on Sunday, you'll weekends coming up. But there will be big swells rough serve rip currents at the beaches. Have a great afternoon. This is seventy seven WBZ where New York comes to talk. All of a sudden beginning older you've had a series. A medical setbacks and you've had an epiphany. You wanna do appear wet and you want almost become a vegetarian or a vegan. You recognize you need more fruits and vegetables in your system. Easier said and done kind of hard to catch up for what you left behind. But there is a way to catch up and actually get beyond the curb, but you're not gonna do it by eating bushel full of fruits and vegetables. Because all that's going to do is give you lockjaw, and you're going to get tired at the better way to go is through balancing, h you do what I do. I take my fruits and veggies each and every day because you get the nutrients of nine to eleven servings of thirty one. Different whole ripened fruits and vegetables per day in tablet form, and the cost is a lot less than would be. If you went to old.
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"Jayjay release on seventy seven WABC. Here's channel seven's Bill Evans with the forecast. We've got some sunny breaks across northern jersey up the Hudson river valley to the Catskills. We're gonna have more in the way of sunny breaks for everybody the city, Long Island central southern jersey as well. And there's. Still might be a sprinkler around or a little drizzle. But that gets out of the way the temperatures around seventy six tonight. We got a muggy night. It's cloudy. The overnight low is going to be sixty five that's still comfortable tomorrow. Sun and clouds, high seventy six we've got Sunday clouds on Saturday, high seventy seven and southern clouds eighty on Sunday butyl weekends coming up. But there will be big swells rough serve rip currents at the beaches. Have great afternoon. This is just beloved seventy seven WBZ where New York has a talk in Cosby dedicated to fight crime. Down the street. Perspective sleep, please, welcome Rita. Cosby? There's a lot of heat on the president. Issues people. DC to your neighbor, red berets are helping the city's in view. Under president of the guardian. Angels, Curtis leeway. That was an explosive inner here. Is is. Curtis and Cosby. Curtis. Cosby seventy seven. Seven here on seventy seven WABC. You're listening to Kurdish. And Cosby, well, the good news is in the last few hours hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a category. Two storm going.
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"The eighth aller all right Tonya we have some big. Delays in Connecticut we'll. Start off on the southbound side in New Haven ran around exit forty six looks like there's a. Collision that further south just, about cleared a crash by exit twenty five now on the northbound side you're going to be on those breaks. From exits eighteen to twenty five does a lot of volume Merritt Parkway southbound. That also slows down with construction right around exit forty one in Westport let's take it over to Long Island where we do have some roadwork and this is on the sunken meadow Parkway between. The northern state Parkway in the, so it is completely stop and go you want to avoid this altogether. Steak with that to thirty one or even one eleven as your alternate we'll take it over to queens where, we have an accident on the southbound. Side of the cross island Parkway right in the. Area of the ally. And the eastbound slows down into. The cross island on the westbound side you've got delays into the clearview then more slowdowns has approached. The BQ and the BQ is very heavy Both, ways over the Kosciusko bridge let's take it over to the bronze where. It stop, and, go on the Bronx expressway from at. Least the Bronx river Parkway to the outbound George inbound. Side of the Georgia. Twenty to twenty five minute delay got a Yankee game going on with the big ceremony honoring the. Ninety eight Yankees so that's, causing a bit of a slowdown in Melnik in his ten twenty on the outbound side fifteen in men at. The Holland tunnel in twenty on the outbound side and our next report and. Less than ten minutes on WCBS now the WCBS forecast meteorologist to Evan Duffey we're seeing peaks of sun we are at Tony at the moment however as mentioned throughout the forecast today we're gonna. Activity it's going to ramp up, during the afternoon and evening hours Saint only seeing some shower and thunderstorm. Activity moving into the Hudson river valley and the Poconos at the moment so getting closer and that'll last again, through the evening the overnight as well. Some flash flooding possible across the area especially New. Jersey this afternoon evening, with as a flash flood watch. In effect tomorrow we'll see clouds and a few breaks a sunshine again A couple of showers around with a high of seventy six and finally drying out for the work week on Monday partial sunshine high seventy six Tuesday looking at a little bit more humid day with clouds and sunshine high seventy nine and, Wednesday we'll be humid with. Mix of clouds and sunshine a shower thunderstorm returns the area with a high of eighty four right, now it is a seventy eight degrees with that show and thunderstorm activity working our way Tanya thank you Evan three suspects in an. Ambush shooting that left to Camden police detectives. Injured have been charged but. They remain on the loose cops are. Looking, for nineteen year old Alexander de, Hayes UIs twenty. Year old Juan Figueroa and twenty old Amar hall all three face attempted murder aggravated assault and weapons offenses police have warned the public to use extreme caution if they come. Across them the two detectives were at a red light, in an unmarked car. When they were shot nearly two weeks, ago a male detective was wounded in the bicep and forearm. A female detective was. Shot in the hand a sixty thousand dollar reward. Is Being offered, in the, case to Bronx men who caused the death of an f. d. n. y. chief when an. Illegal marijuana grow house exploded are going to prison, Garibaldi Custodio was sentenced to six years yesterday and Julio SALCEDO got up to four years the med had tampered with gas lines and when firefighters arrived to check. Out, a gas, leak the house exploded killing battalion chief Michael Fay in September two thousand sixteen WCBS news time, eleven eleven at Walgreens we believe. Everyone counts and that includes your everyday. Choices.
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"Noon now I'm hurston the Grand Central westbound after one hundred and eleven three left wing closed for work till three in the Bronx roadwork in the major Deegan both directions. Approach you ran concourse the right lanes closed in each direction until three bet on the. Cross Bronx delays between Westchester avenue and the WB, outbound the TWU construction on the lower level blocks the right lane until two thirty and at the bay bridge the tropical scheduled for two fifteen for that ongoing construction transit LIW, airport Washington, branch temporarily suspended in both directions due to a train. Derailed axel tickets being cross, honored also delays on FM q. and w. trains after an earlier. Incident our next traffic report about thirty minutes from the raycatena dot com traffic. Center I'm Christy O'Brien Seventy-seven WABC and now here's channel seven Bill with, forecast showers and thunderstorms are starting to pop up. Again now around Morris county Sussex Warren pike, county Pennsylvania Hudson river valley west will have a few showers pop up thunderstorm around this, evening mostly away from the, city north and. West Coastal sections might see a shower nothing that would cancel any outdoor plans for you this evening we just keep it, on a, handy temperature now is right around eighty four tonight we're. Around seventy four it'll be, Mogi tomorrow another humid day with about a swan factor in about. Nine and a UV index of nine zero we'll be plenty of sunshine you'd. Get a sunburn and under an hour tomorrow with thunderstorms Thursday afternoon the, highest eighty-seven thunderstorms Friday afternoon high eighty six lows. In the mid seventy s there might be, a scattered pop up thunderstorms Saturday afternoon but Sunday we're pretty rain free with highs near, ninety have a great afternoon this is just Seventy. Seven WBZ where New York it was a talk on Wall Street Dow,.
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"Good afternoon and welcome to the monday july ninth twenty eighteen addition of a public affair my name is patty pell take os and i'm your host this hour on today's show we'll be talking with investigative reporter mary beth pfeiffer about her new book lime the first epidemic of climate change mary beth lives in the hudson river valley of new york a region similar to wisconsin one similarity is our booming tick populations along with booming tick populations we share high numbers of reported cases of lyme disease according to a twenty seventeen report from the wisconsin environmental health tracking program quote lime disease is increasing in wisconsin and was the state's fourthhighest reported notifiable communicable disease in two thousand fifteen july is the month when confirmed lime cases peak here in wisconsin those most affected children five to fourteen years old and adults fifty to sixty nine years old so i'm interested in talking with mary beth for selfish reasons our property supports deer and small mammals in abundance this year we have an explosion of white tailed bunnies i'm assuming we also have an explosion of mice and we have our white tailed deer population which is basically out of control so i'm certain in fact i am quite certain we have a thriving tick population that's because i've watched them walk on laundry hanging on the clothesline i've watched chicks climb the walls of our chicken coop i've found them crawling on our living room floor and i felt that almost imperceptible tickle on the back of my head the tickle of a tick preparing to dine after reading mary best book i'm still not sure whatever luminary purpose ticks serve this armored tank of an arachnoid across creature that's been around for oh maybe one hundred forty five million years seems to have no natural predators ticks can infect warm and cold blooded creatures as long as there's blood ticks will feast ticks may seem disgusting and repellent but otherwise just one more tiny past unfortunately the lowly chick can carry an array of pathogens not just the borelli bergdorf awry bacteria responsible for lime disease a disease which is bad enough thanks to warmer temperatures ticks are expanding their range throughout the world tick breeding cycles are also accelerating thanks to warmer temperatures yet research funding into tick borne diseases is laughable that has to change because as mary beth fight for lays out in her new book ticks are responsible for the first epidemic of climate change mary beth welcome to a public affair thank you for having me on devoting time to this really important problem we have patty oh mary beth thank you so much for joining me today i as you probably gathered i spent some time with ticks and it hasn't exactly been fun time yes i live in a very similar world where we have what i call a a perfect storm of factors that have really fed and propelled this academic forward we have as you pointed out lots of mice we have small mammals that support tics we have deer where the ticks go to to meet and breed each right and we also have climate warming so all of those factors have come together to really build an environment for a terrible epidemic that we're experiencing so mary beth what i got you started researching and then writing about lyme disease well you know i had had to disease but i had one of those very quickly diagnosed and treated cases as many people do but being in an investigative reporter in the hudson valley of new york i knew that lime disease was very prevalent i knew that it was growing i knew that there was a vaccine for my dog but there wasn't a vaccine for me or my right right so you know sooner or later and investigative reporter comes to the point where you say okay this is a big issue i'm gonna pay some attention to it but you know i wasn't investigative reporter in hudson valley for thirty years by that point in lyme disease i've been around for a long time but it took me a long time to get to my investigative reports on lime disease because i kind of.
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"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep we've called one of the republican members of congress who say they are ready to defy their leaders some lawmakers assigned a petition demanding a vote on immigration measure it's called a discharge petition if a majority of lawmakers sign it they force vote and they are very near majority as house republicans meet to talk this over today this involves among many other things daca kids as they're called people brought here as children who do not have legal status today john fashanu republican of upstate new york is one of those who signed the petition he represents the hudson river valley he's on the line congressman good morning good do you have two hundred eighteen votes congressman steve well i do have those number of votes we're holding out just a couple of votes because we are negotiating with the leadership and we hope that we can bring forth a reasonable compromise okay the line is coming and going here congressman we'll just try to struggle through this best we can and continue if we have to can you give us an idea give us an idea congressman what it is that's making your leadership so reluctant to to have a vote on this given that there is a block of republicans who do want to vote on daca i think the reason is because we don't have two hundred eighteen votes right now in the republican caucus for a single solution to the problem and this is going to require in my view a bipartisan solution and i think many of us believe that the time has come were running out of time and his congress this time has come for us to fix a daca but also deal with border security and also deal with things like agriculture which is a very big issue in a district that i represent i'm not sure what culture has to do with immigration can you help me out there sure agriculture has a lot to do with immigration because most of the workers many of the workers that we have in the hudson valley and catskills and all across the country are workers that have come in on a visa program or are workers who are here illegally now and so we've got to deal with the status of those workers as well and we can do.
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"The the thought that comes to my mind every time i hear that is about the the sacred duty of the officers coming out of west point to be the best leaders of character that they can possibly be for their soldiers because in the end it's not only going to be the officers who are going to be asked to make that sacrifice but the soldiers who are following their leadership and executing their decisions on the battlefield that will be called to make that to make that final call and so every time i hear it that's what i think about i think about you know what is it that we're doing here at west point with these cadets teaching them to become officers and and who are they going to be when they go out into the field leading soldiers in combat what a mission and what a calling that is when we come back we're going to be joined for the hour to talk about all things west point colonel tye sedulously lieutenant colonel sean scully this is our american stories we're talking about west point for the hour i grew up in northern new jersey and i was a lucky boy my dad was an air force guy but he would routinely take the whole family up to watch the cadets in action it just meander around that part of the hudson river valley and the beauty of west point if you ever get a time to travel up in that part of upstate new york about an hour and a half north of new york city take the family and visit one of the great institutions in america west point this is.
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"Thought that comes to my mind every time i hear that is about the the sacred duty of the officers coming out of west point to be the best leaders of character that they can possibly be for their soldiers because in the end it's not only going to be the officers who are going to be asked to make that sacrifice but the soldiers who are following their leadership and executing their decisions on the battlefield there will be called to make that to make that final call and so every time i hear it that's what i think about i think about you know what is it that we're doing here at west point with these cadets when we're teaching them to become officers and and who are they going to be when they go out into the field leading go soldiers in combat what a what a mission and wanna calling that is when we come back we're going to be joined for the hour to talk about all things west point colonel tye sedgley and lieutenant colonel sean scully this is our american stories we're talking about west point for the hour i grew up in northern new jersey and i was a lucky boy my dad was an air force guy but he would routinely take the whole family up to watch the cadets in action just meander around that part of the hudson river valley and the beauty of west point if you ever get a time to travel up in that part of upstate new york about an hour and a half north of new york city take the family and visit one of the great institutions in america west point this is our american stories.
"hudson river valley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of the officers coming out of west point to be the best leaders of character that they can possibly be for their soldiers because in the end it's not only going to be the officers who are going to be asked to make that sacrifice but the soldiers who are following their leadership and executing their decisions on the battlefield that will be called to make that to make that final call and so every time i hear it that's what i think about i think about you know what is it that we're doing here at west point with these cadets when we're teaching them to become officers and and who are they going to be when they go out into the field leading those soldiers in combat you bet and what a what a mission and what a calling that is when we come back we're going to be joined for the hour to talk about all things west point colonel tye sedgley and lieutenant colonel sean scully this is our american stories we're talking about west point for the hour i grew up in northern new jersey and i was a lucky boy my dad was an air force guy but he would only take the whole family up to watch the cadets in action it just meander around that part of the hudson river valley and the beauty of west point if you ever get a time to travel up in that part of upstate new york about an hour and a half north of new york city take the family and visit one of the great institutions in america west point this is our american stories when we come back more with the colonel.
"hudson river valley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Whether guy rob caroline rod i it's a different storm every storms different is it just partly march today it is partly barchen it's also you know the fact we've got a very active weather pattern across the entire northern hemisphere right now tom so we're continuing to seek out the details of a veteran of keep us busy not only today but probably right for the middle part of a month within this and let's let's begin now the storm his begun but i'm looking out the window here the surveillance palisade the view of midtown manhattan that i see i really don't see a storm out there rob went away jor when do i in jor enjoy a caroline quality storm as you try to head out for lunch this afternoon that's when the heavier precipitation will move in tom it's now moving across central new jersey as the storm starts to develop east of atlantic city of the city looks like it's going to see its worst weather of this afternoon into the early evening our so the commute home it's going to be a tough one we'll see rain and snow along the coast with heavy snow inland boston has prom starting for the evening commuter right through midnight tonight that's that's when the rain along the coast must not will be heaviest in eastern england what's heavy how many fetus knows all well the boston area and the new york city area that snowfall amounts going to be tempered by some rain so here city picks up boston it's to to five it's outside won twenty where we get six to twelve inches the fourteen beyond 495 and it looks like four raw the lower hudson river valley into northwestern new jersey they drawer at risk for eight to fourteen inches of snow from the storm rub caroline have always got to do the meteorology question because you're a real student of this are you linking these north easterners these nor easters rather to the arctic ice warmed in melting i've been reading about the last thirty days in fear board linked to.
"hudson river valley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dollars bonuses for employees in the wake of the republican tux legislation airlines banks and insurers have led the way on bonuses all our industries that have regulatory business pending with the trump administration and finance views cannon griffin's twenty seven billiondollar hedge fund may be getting larger according to a person with knowledge of the matter said dallas closing it on a deal to acquire the quantitative hutcheon hill capital which is unwinding operations can griffin's firm is said to be and talks to hire some of the twenty people from hutcheon hills algorithm make trading division and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg and karen that brings us to 600 seven on wall street's brace for what could be some brutal weather along the us east coast bloomberg's michael barr with that in more good morning michael good morning bothered brig whether snowstorm is heading up the east coast and it all depends on how the storm tracks as to how much snow fall we will see in new york new jersey and connecticut bloomberg meteorologist robbed caroline as michael large ocean storm will pass southeast of the tristate area on thursday it's going to come close enough to produce a snowfall across the tristate area heaviest amounts look like they'll be from central long island out towards montauk a generally for the city the hudson river valley in northwestern new jersey it's a couple of inches of snow fall once you work your way toward central long island that's where we could see accumulations of about three to six inches that's also were the winds are going to be higher so there will be some issues with blowing and drifting snow over the island during the day on thursday michael bloomberg meterologist robbed caroline and he says snowfall in the new york area is forecast to start between two am and five am tomorrow morning president trump as a message for north korea leader kim sean on my nuclear button is much bigger and more powerful and my button works trump's remarks on twitter came after kim warned the us that the nuclear button is always on my desk even as he proposed talks with south korea to ease tensions former massachusetts governor mitt romney was mum on whether he plans.