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"hutchinson river" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on ESPN FC

"A weaker team perceived weaker team in the next and the knockout but it just wasn't a good game and this starts to tell you it was loads of possession, but Dortmund actually did look here. Anything to add Frank. Not just want to congratulate my city and give credit to their professionalism because you're already qualified, but you go there, you play with under big pressure because you know the west violence stadium is under a big pressure when Dortmund is the three points and they did very, very good and I think they got the position. It could have scored some goals, a penalty, but they did what they had to do. You know, and there was 6 changes, I think, from last week. All the players were involved were did what they had to do. It wasn't a pleasant game to watch, because you felt that it was horrible. Do you want to go for a win? Yeah, I want you to be polite. To be polite, but yeah, but again, that was very professional. And I didn't see Dortmund being able to be to get better than a draw against a team already qualified. You know, will you see it? We lost and some other team were already qualified. The struggle. Manchester City didn't struggle. They should have won. They should have won that game. We are being already qualified. So credit to them. There we go. Good stuff. Thank you very much. Just a reminder. See you later. Hey, got people complaining that you saying Don's name wrong. And they are saying being the you are, you would have definitely picked yourself up on it if you realize that someone else had made that mistake. What dawn? Yeah. What did he say? He was coming out to say dawn incorrectly, you know? I know, I know, they referring to hutchison versus Hutchinson, like the Hutchinson river Parkway. Look, I don't think Don mines, but I apologize to Don and amity would else who was offended and but I do know his name is Don hutchison. Yeah, I know exactly. He's like not as forest.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:19 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The search for survivors continues in Kentucky after severe flooding killed at least 28 people. The waters also damaged and destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses will get the latest. The level of devastation is really unprecedented and it's going to take us a long time to rebuild. I'm Michael hill. It's morning edition from NPR and doubly NYC. A ship full of Ukrainian grain leaves port for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine. Republicans in Arizona are on the cusp of nominating an election denier to oversee elections and a project meant to fix problems left by hurricane sandy leaves some Niger residents struggling to get heat and running water. It's Monday the first day of August, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman, authorities in Kentucky say at least 28 people are known dead from last week catastrophic flooding and they have an accounted for everyone yet. The region has been declared a major federal disaster, Kentucky governor Andy beshear says the state is focused on getting help to people who are displaced. We have over a hundred travel trailers that we will be bringing to this area in the coming days identifying places to set them up that'll get people lend them the fastest that we have ever seen in response to a disaster. Eastern Kentucky is still under flood watches and flood advisories, the region will also face extremely hot weather this week. There are more than 50 wildfires burning in the U.S., according to the national interagency fire center, the largest fire in California so far this year just broke out on Friday. The McKinney fires burning near the Oregon border. It's charred more than 80 square miles and forced hundreds of people to evacuate. In northwest Montana the Elmo fire has scorched more than 17 square miles and none of it is contained. Montana public radio's Aaron Bolton reports the fire spurred the evacuations of dozens of homes and may threaten more. The fire sparked off a highway on Friday just to the east of flathead Lake, which is a popular destination for tourists, headed to and from nearby glacier national park, the cause is still under investigation. According to the confederated salish and kootenai tribes, division of fire, the blaze quickly spread into grasslands, parched by an ongoing heat wave. Local authorities quickly issued evacuation orders for nearby homes, but those were rescinded by Saturday afternoon. Other homes remain under pre evacuation notice. According to the national interagency fire center, wildfires have burned a little over 1.5 million acres so far this year. For NPR news, I'm Aaron Bolton and Columbia falls Montana. China has issued a fresh warning aimed at House speaker Nancy Pelosi. She is on a trip to Asia and has been reportedly considering a stop in Taiwan, NPR's John ruit reports, if she does so, China says its military will not idly sit by. Beijing considers Taiwan a part of China and has always opposed visits to the island by foreign officials. China's rhetoric has been particularly sharp in recent days because Pelosi would be the most senior U.S. elected official to travel there in 25 years. Foreign ministry spokesman Jolie Jian says if Pelosi goes to Taiwan, it will seriously damage U.S. China relations and threaten peace and stability in the Taiwan strait. He warns the United States that China is prepared to meet the challenge and the People's Liberation Army will not sit by and watch. He declined to elaborate on what that might mean. In a call last week, Chinese leader Xi Jinping and President Biden spoke about Taiwan, she said those who play with fire will eventually get burned. John Ruiz, NPR news, Beijing. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. On double NYC in New York at 7 O four, good Monday morning. It's August 1st. I'm Michael hilt. 70 with showers in some places, clouds and others right now. Today, mostly clouding a high of 78. Some commuters are reporting being stranded on the Hutchinson river Parkway for hours earlier this morning, an equipment malfunction on the Parkway's broad ridge at bartow avenue

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jill Biden. My husband tested positive for COVID. I talked to him just a few minutes ago. He's doing fine. He's feeling good. I tested negative this morning. I am going to keep my schedule. I am according to CDC guidelines. I am keeping mask. Vice president Kamala Harris testing negative for the virus. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says the 79 year old Biden is still able to perform his duties. Look, the president could be a president anywhere, right? It doesn't matter where he's located. He has the technology. He has the tools. What he needs a communications, what he needs to continue to doing his job. Biden is the second sitting president to get the virus. The January 6th committee get ready as getting ready at the sour to host its last hearing for the summer, prime time on TV, the committee looking to see why former president Trump did nothing to stop the capitol riots. A majority of Iowa Republicans say they hope former president Trump makes a 2024 White House run. The new Des Moines register media calm Iowa poll finding 57% of Republicans hope Trump runs again. 33% telling the poll he shouldn't and 10% are undecided. Unemployment rising last week to its highest level in more than 8 months, the U.S. Labor Department says applications for jobless jobless aid increased by 7000 to 251,000. Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane sentenced today to two and a half years in prison for his role in the killing of George Floyd in May of 2020, prosecutors asking the judge for a 5 to 6 and a half years sentence, lane's defense, asking for two years and three months. Mayor Adams speaking today about the city's bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2024. Those who are going to attend a convention of they're going to come out to our restaurants. They're going to come out to our Broadway shows. Their spouses are going to say, you know, while you're doing your political stuff, I'm going to go shop on Fifth Avenue. This is a real money generator for us. Adam says to host a convention would be an economic windfall for the city. A school bus carrying dozens of drivers for New York City's summer program crashed this morning on the Hutchinson river Parkway in The Bronx, happened about 6 15 a.m., police say the driver failed to navigate a turn on the exit ramp. Three people were taken to hospitals, they're listed in stable condition, the driver refusing medical attention. The NYPD says a man riding a scooter tried to rape a 33 year old woman on the upper west side about 1 a.m. Wednesday. The woman was walking on west 69th street when she was grabbed from behind and dragged into a wooded area there the suspect tried to sexually assault the woman. He ran off and remains at large. Shark sightings continue on Long Island, police say a 16 year old surfer on fire island sustained a mind of bite to his foot at kismet beach, two more shark encounters were reported on Long Island yesterday. A couple of hulk who recently ordering more patrols and stepped up hours for lifeguards. Well, some good news if you love coffee, a survey of 170,000 adults in the UK shows those who drink between two and four cups of coffee a day live longer lives compared to those who don't drink coffee. According to the New York Post, researchers say it doesn't matter if you take your coffee with sugar, survey was conducted by scientists in China at 7 medical and Xian universities and published in the annals of internal medicine. They say previous observational studies have suggested an association between coffee intake and reduced risk for death, but they did not distinguish between coffee consumers sugar or artificial sweeteners and coffee consumed without. Capitol police AOC is dismissing widespread criticism as Republicans favored hobby. She posted a video to her Instagram page over accusations of a fake arrest with her hand behind her back when she suddenly raised her arm in a fist pump and an abortion rights protest Tuesday outside the Supreme Court. Republicans favorite hobby is to make conspiracy

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dry cough and runny nose, but says he's doing fine. White House COVID-19 response coordinator doctor Ashish jha. Because the president is fully vaccinated, double boosted. His risk of serious illness is dramatically lower. First Lady, Jill Biden. My husband tested positive for COVID. I talked to him just a few minutes ago. He's doing fine. He's feeling good. I tested negative this morning. I am going to keep my schedule. I am according to CDC guidelines. I'm keeping mask. Vice president Kamala Harris testing negative for the virus, White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre says the 79 year old president is still able to perform his duties. Look, the president could be a president anywhere, right? It doesn't matter where he's located. He has the technology. He has the tools. What he needs a communications, what he needs to continue to doing his job. Biden's the second sitting president to get the virus. New York health officials are reporting the first U.S. case of polio nearly ten years officials say the rockland county resident is an unvaccinated young adult who would develop paralysis, the person is no longer deemed contagious. However, investigators are trying to figure out whether other people were exposed to the virus. The January 6th committee holding its last hearing for the summer in prime time tonight, the committee looking to see why former president Trump did nothing to stop the capitol riots. A majority of Iowa Republicans say they hope former president Trump makes a 2024 White House run. The new Des Moines register mediacom Iowa poll finding 57% of Republicans hope Trump runs again. 33% telling the poll he shouldn't and 10% are currently undecided. Unemployment rising last week to its highest level in more than 8 months, the U.S. Labor Department says applications for jobless aid increased by 7000 to 251,000. Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane sentenced today to two and a half years in prison for his role in the killing of George Floyd back in May of 2020, prosecutors asking the judge for a 5 to 6 and a half year sentence lane's defense asking for two years and three months. Mayor Adams speaking today about the city's bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2024. Those who are going to attend a convention, they're going to come out to our restaurants. They're going to come out to our Broadway shows. Their spouses are going to say, you know, while you're doing your political stuff, I'm going to go shop on Fifth Avenue. This is a real money generator for us. Adam's saying to host the convention, would be an economic Winfield, a windfall for the city as you just heard the mayor explain. A school bus carrying dozens of drivers for New York City's summer program crashed this morning on the Hutchinson river Parkway in The Bronx, it happened about 6 15 a.m. police say the driver failed to navigate a turn on the exit ramp, three people were taken to hospitals in stable condition the driver refusing medical attention. The NYPD says a man running a scooter tried to rape a 33 year old woman on the upper west side about 1 a.m. Wednesday. The woman was walking on west 69th street when she was grabbed from behind and dragged into a wooded area there the man tried to sexually assault the woman he ran off and remains at large at this hour. Shark signings continue on Long Island police say a 16 year old surfer on fire island sustained a minor bite to his foot at kismet beach to more shark encounters reported on Long Island Wednesday. You were coming to Kathy hulk or recently ordered more patrols and stepped up hours for lifeguards. A political shake up in Italy, Italy prime minister Mario Draghi has resigned after key coalition allies boycotted a confidence vote. The premier submitting his resignation to president Sergio mozzarella during a Thursday morning meeting. While the Yankees are back from the all star break and not off to a good start, here's 77 WC's Kevin Perez. Yeah, bob, they put up a fight into the 9th inning to force the game into the bottom half until the Astros walked it off on an infield single, three to two was your final game two of the double header is underway with Domingo Hermann, making his return for the Yankees. And the mets fans got to wait one more day for their second half to begin, but here's a fun fact for today. 18 years ago, Captain America made his debut for the team against the Montreal Expos. He called it a career in 2018 after 7 all star campaigns and 14 seasons with New York that of course was none other than David Wright. For 77 WWC sports, I'm Kevin Perez. Thanks, Kevin Yang, already down to nothing in the top of the second and the second game. Mark the mencho continues up next on 77 WABC

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jill Biden. My husband tested positive for COVID. I talked to him just a few minutes ago. He's doing fine. He's feeling good. I tested negative this morning. I am going to keep my schedule. I am according to CDC guidelines. I am keeping masks. Vice president Kamala Harris testing negative for the virus. Why is how The White House White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre saying these 79 year old president, as we mentioned, is still able to perform his duties. Look, the president could be a president anywhere, right? It doesn't matter where he's located. He has the technology. He has the tools, what he needs, the communications, what he needs to continue to doing his job. Biden's the second sitting president to get the virus. New York health officials reporting the first U.S. case of polio in nearly ten years officials said the rockland county resident is an unvaccinated young adult who develop paralysis. The person is no longer deemed contagious, but investigators are trying to figure out whether other people were exposed to the virus. The January 6th committee holding us last hearing for the summer in prime time tonight, the committee looking to see why former president Trump did nothing to stop the capitol riots. A majority of Iowa Republicans say they hope former president Trump makes a 2024 White House run. The new Des Moines register mediacom Iowa poll finding 57% of Republicans hope Trump runs again 33% telling the poll he shouldn't and 10% are undecided. Unemployment rising last week to its highest level in more than 8 months, the U.S. Labor Department says applications for jobless aid increased by 7000 to 251,000. Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas lane sentenced to two and a half years today in prison for his role in the killing of George Floyd in May of 2020, prosecutors asking the judge for a 5 to 6 year sentence, lane's defense asking for two years and three months. Mayor Adams speaking today about the city's bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2024. Those who are going to attend a convention of they're going to come out to our restaurants. They're going to come out to our Broadway shows. Their spouses are going to say, you know, while you're doing your political stuff, I'm going to go shop on Fifth Avenue. This is a real money generator for us. As you said, Adam says to host the convention will be an economic windfall for the city. School bus carrying dozens of drivers for New York City's summer program crashed this morning on the Hutchinson river Parkway in The Bronx about 6 15 in the morning. Police say the driver failed to navigate a turn on the exit. Three people were taken to hospitals in stable condition the driver refusing medical attention. While Yankees are back from the all star break and not off to a good start, he is 77 WBC's Kevin Perez. Yeah, bob, they put up a fight in the 9th inning to force the game into the bottom half until the Astros walked it off on an infield single three to two the final in game one game two of the double header will be at 6 40 with Domingo hermon making his return for the Yankees. Mets fans got to wait one more day for their second half to begin. But here's a fun fact for today. 18 years ago, Captain America made his debut for the team against the Montreal Expos. He called it a career in 2018 after 7 all star campaigns and 14 seasons with New York that of course was none other than David Wright, for 77 WABC sports. I'm Kevin Perez. Thanks, Kevin. The mark the event show coming up

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"8 20. NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The House select committee investigating the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol will hear more testimony tonight, NPR's Windsor Johnston says two former White House aides to then president Trump are expected to answer questions in this latest prime time hearing. The committee will hear testimony from former deputy national security adviser Matthew pottinger and deputy White House press secretary Sarah Matthews, both of whom resigned in the hours after the attack. They're expected to provide detailed accounts of how then president Donald Trump refused to call off the rioters even as they threatened to kill the vice president. The committee is also expected to play video testimony from former White House counsel, pat cipollone. The committee is expected to issue its preliminary findings in September The director of the CIA says the U.S. believes the number of Russian troops killed in Ukraine is about 15,000, with total wounded at about three times that number, William burns assessment came at a security forum in Colorado yesterday, joined chiefs chairman, general Mark milley, says Russia's invasion of Ukraine could go on for a long time. But unless there's a breakthrough, it'll probably continue as a grinding war of attrition for a period of time until both sides see an alternative way out of this, perhaps through negotiation or something like that. This is NPR news. On WNYC at 8 32, good morning I'm Michael hill 81 and sunny now actually 82, we ticked up 1°. Today shower storms and very hot once again. Hutchinson river Parkway has reopened after the overturned school bus injuring 30 people all injuries they are reported as minor. We also have delays

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hosting baby oysters. And if you like your hot dog with a pop of the tropics, get it quick, papaya king faces its final days. It's Thursday, July 21st, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, on core of a Coleman, the House committee investigating the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol is holding another public hearing this evening, and Pierre's Claudia grace says it is expected to focus on then president Trump's inaction during the riot. Select committee aides say the hearing will show how then president Trump refused to call to defend the capitol for more than three hours during the siege. To former Trump White House officials, former National Security Council member Matthew pottinger, and one time deputy White House press secretary Sarah Matthews will testify, both resigned, soon, after the attack. And piers Claudia chrysalis reporting. The Pentagon is preparing to send the latest tranche of rocket systems to Ukraine. The U.S. has already given a dozen of the long-range artillery systems, Ukraine says these are effective at hitting Russian targets far behind the front lines. Russia has resumed pumping gas through the Nord stream one pipeline to Germany. There was a ten day break for maintenance work, European governments are now relieved, but as esme Nicholson reports, the gas is flowing at reduced capacity. According to Germany's federal grid, gas is flowing again, but currently only at about 30 to 40% capacity prompting further concerns about supply. Russia had already cut the flow to 40% even before the scheduled outage, meaning Germany has been unable to fill its gas reserves for the winter. The Baltic Sea pipeline also supplies the rest of Europe usually meeting about a third of its needs, the EU commission has announced plans to save gas ahead of winter, appealing to all member states to reduce consumption by 15%. Commission president oza la Fonda line says that Russia is blackmailing Europe and using energy as a weapon. For NPR news, I'm as men in Berlin. Italy's prime minister has ten dirt his resignation, Mario Draghi is stepping down, saying he didn't have the full support of his coalition government. He's being asked to stay on as a caretaker prime minister until snap elections are held, probably this fall. A former Minneapolis police officer who was on duty with Derek Chauvin when he killed George Floyd faces sentencing today from Minnesota public radio, Matt sepik reports, a federal jury convicted Thomas lane of violating Floyd's civil rights. Thomas lane can be seen on video helping pin George Floyd to the ground. Lane is also heard twice suggesting that the officers reposition Floyd so he could breathe suggestions that Derek Chauvin rebuffed. A jury in February convicted lane and two other former officers of federal civil rights violations, lane later pleaded guilty to state charges of aiding and abetting manslaughter in exchange for a three year sentence. Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 5 and a quarter two 6 and a half years to be served concurrently with the state term. Chauvin is serving around 20 years combined on the state and federal charges. For NPR news, I met sup in Minneapolis. On Wall Street stock futures are mixed. This is NPR. On WNYC 8 O four, good morning, I'm Michael hill, sunny, and 81 now today shower storm chances as well and very hot once again. Police say a school bus carrying only adults overturned on the Hutchinson river Parkway this morning in The Bronx, had injured about 30 passengers, authorities say everyone on board worked for the buzz company all injuries described as minor, the NYPD says the driver

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Interest. 93.9 FM and AMA 20. NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Two former White House aides to then president Trump or expected to testify at tonight's public hearing, being held by the House select committee, investigating the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol. The committee will likely issue an interim report on its findings in September. President Biden will be in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania today, where he's expected to talk about efforts to reduce crime in the U.S.. Yesterday, the president traveled to Massachusetts, where he announced initiatives to tackle climate change. NASA says it hopes to launch its new moon rocket on a more than monthlong test flight in late August. Brendan Byrne with member station WMF says the large rocket will carry a capsule with three mannequins aboard. The first opportunity to launch the uncrewed test flight is August 29th, which would send NASA's SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft on a more than monthlong mission around the moon and back. It's a critical test of the vehicle before astronauts fly in it on the following mission, with the ultimate goal of landing humans on the surface of the moon as early as 2025. The lunar program is named Artemis, the last time NASA had astronauts on the moon was 1972. Authorities in Texas say a wildfire southwest of Fort Worth has destroyed at least 16 homes and damaged 5 others. Crews say the chalk mountain fire is barely contained. This is NPR news. On WNYC at 7 32, good morning, 81 and sunny now today shower storms in once again very hot. Overturned school bus on the Hutchinson river Parkway northbound

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning, the house January 6th committee holds what may be its final hearing tonight. Members say we'll focus on what exactly former president Donald Trump was doing during the attack. We'll carry it live more on what to expect. Ultimately, you know, we made a commitment to find the facts and chase the truth and that's exactly what we seek to do. I'm Michael hill, it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. With much of the U.S. and Europe under a heat wave we'll look at what cities can do to adapt. Animal welfare groups search for homes for some 4000 rescued beagles, and let's escape this heat for a bit with a quick visit to the misty beaches of Northern California, where its peak, seaweed foraging season. It's Thursday, July 21st, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, Angkor of a Coleman, the January 6th House committee will hold a public hearing in prime time tonight, a new poll finds a lot of people are tuning in, but NPR's domenico montanaro reports the hearings are not changing many minds. Almost 6 in ten respondents to the NPR PBS NewsHour marist poll say they're paying at least some attention to the hearings, but almost twice as many Democrats are doing so compared to Republicans. A majority of independents are also paying attention, and that's significant because they're part of a dwindling share of swing voters in this country. A majority of independents now describe what happened on January 6th as an insurrection and a threat to democracy. That's up 9 points from last December, but only 10% of Republicans described it that way and with high inflation, the hearings did not appear to be breaking through as a voting issue. Domenico montanaro, NPR news, Washington, a bipartisan group of senators has agreed on legislation that would overhaul how Congress certifies presidential election results. Among other items, the bill more clearly describes the role of the vice president who oversees the process as only ministerial. The measure is intended to avoid circumstances like those that happened on January 6th last year. Italy's prime minister Mario Draghi has offered to step down. Adam raney reports from Rome he has tendered his resignation to Italy's president. President sergeant has asked Mario Draghi to carry on as a caretaker prime minister until snap elections are held likely in the fall. Draghi said he would only continue with the full support of his national unity government, which he led for a year and a half. Draghi submitted a resignation last week after a party in his coalition boycotted a previous vote of confidence. President matilla refused to accept that resignation and had asked the raggi to see if he could hold the coalition together. His resignation threatens to throw Italy the third largest economy in the European Union into political turmoil right as it is facing several crises, including inflation, the war in Ukraine and a devastating drought. For in pure news, I'm Adam Rainey in Rome. The Pentagon is sending more rocket systems to Ukraine. This comes as Ukraine's First Lady addressed Congress yesterday asking for more aid. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is now approaching its 6th month. Turkey's foreign minister says his country will block Finland and Sweden's bids for NATO membership if those countries do not comply with Turkish demands to end their support to Kurdish militias. Turkey lifted its veto for Sweden and Finland only after extracting several counter terrorism concessions in an accord signed last month. Speaking to Turkish public broadcaster TRT haber, Turkish foreign minister mevlut shabu said that representatives of the three countries will meet next month to monitor implementation of the agreement. Turkey threatens to block the Nordic countries memberships if they do not comply. Prepared that report. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. On member station, WNYC at 7 O four. Good morning, I'm Michael hill. 80 and sunny now today showers storms and very hot once again. We have an overturned school bus on the Hutchinson river Parkway northbound

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"FM and AMA 20 NPR news and the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly The UN and the international Red Cross say they're attempting to evacuate more civilians hold up in a steel plant and the Ukrainian city of mariupol more than 100 civilians arrived in zapor Asia yesterday aboard buses after making the 140 mile trip The European Union is imposing new sanctions on Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine NPR's rob schmitz says the EU is also proposing to begin phasing out imports of Russian oil The EU announced sanctions of several high ranking Russian military officers who were accused of committing war crimes in the Ukrainian town of bucha and who allegedly are responsible for the siege of the city of mariupol The sanctions also include removing spear bank Russia's largest bank from the swift financial network European Commission president Ursula von der leyen says that solidifies the complete isolation of the Russian financial sector from the global system Lastly the commission plans to ban all imports of Russian oil by the end of the year The EU's 6th package of sanctions against Russia will now pass to the block's 27 member states for approval Rob schmitz and Pyrenees Berlin This is Memorial Day in Israel where soldiers and civilians killed in wars and by militant attacks are being remembered Air raid sirens sounded for two minutes ceremonies were held at cemeteries This is NPR news This is WNYC at 8 32 good morning 52 with some clouds out there Sunshine later in a high of 66 alternate side parking suspended today but still pay the parking meters in the city a and Q trains are running with delays and J transits New Jersey coastline has delays as well Two lanes are 9.95 south are blocked by exit 14 Hutchinson river Parkway south near east Chester and also by exit 17 near larchmont Abortion rights supporters are rallying against a potential Supreme Court decision to overturn roe versus wade the court's leaked draft opinion indicates to constitutional right to abortion is in jeopardy Iran is a student at Columbia University who attended the rally last night in foley square she says she's concerned about the future of other rights if the court follows through in overturns row.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That's to where we target those dollars I'm still surprised that some people were surprised when I pointed to the fact that if a highway was built for the purpose of dividing a light in the black neighborhood or if an underpass was constructed such that a bus carrying mostly black and Puerto Rican kids to a beach or it would have been in New York was designed too low for it to pass by But that obviously reflects racism that went into those design choices I don't think we have anything to lose by confronting that simple reality And I think we have everything to gain by acknowledging it and then dealing with it which is why the reconnecting communities that $1 billion is something we want to get to work right away putting the work So just to be clear that you work hard for a living and your money is stolen by the federal government That's what the taxation is legalized theft as I've said repeatedly Outside of our military court system and at the stain local level a law enforcement apparatus right And our public safety mechanisms You might as well flush your money down the toilet Giving your money to the federal government All you're doing is damaging people's lives because the government then takes it and incentivizes victimhood and people not to work which destroys their productive capacity and the nations If you burned your money it would be better quote spend than giving it to the federal government This is what I'm talking about Buttigieg now wants to take your money with Joe Biden and the liberal members of Congress Steal it after you've worked hard for it To go and quote deconstruct a bunch of racist overpasses on a road in New York which he claims parroting a debunked conspiracy theory were designed to keep black and Puerto Rican kids off the beaches on Long Island Holy Moses pun intended here This is based on a conspiracy theory about Robert Moses Robert Moses did say some according to reports very racist stuff There's no doubt about that But the conspiracy theory that Moses and others designed the arteries highways parkways and expressways in New York that they designed them to be racist to keep black kids out and Hispanic kids out is so ridiculous only a non New Yorker like Buttigieg would repeat it and nobody in the press room challenged him on it A couple of things about this nonsense story because I assure you now because Buttigieg said it you will hear it on college campuses sadly a lot of your kids will come home from college and say dad at the Thanksgiving dinner meal Dad did you hear that the New York City parkways that go out to Long Island were built on racism to keep black kids out Really They were The story folks is nonsense The parkways with the low overpasses Took their design models from parkways up north in and around The Bronx and upper Manhattan Couple of those parkways the sawmill the Hutchinson river Parkway call it the Hutch Had low overpasses that were built out of stone and mortar and brick and it was designed to present a nice at that aesthetic appeal It was designed to look like you were driving in fact through a park The Parkway Now everybody with common sense in New York who's done just a small semblance of homework on the issue knows that if you look at the Hutch and the sawmill and many of these parkways up north that happened to predate the southern state in northern state you'll notice they look almost exactly alike So just to be clear Jim they were building this low overpass and surrounding Manhattan low overpass to do what Trap all the black and Hispanic kids have been had so they could go no No they weren't allowed anywhere They weren't allowed to go anywhere There was the overpasses that were keeping about You believe we got to cover this on this national radio program We do because I promise you some liberal heard this from Buttigieg a man who no human being says less by saying more Someone is going to parrot this to you at some bar or some dinner where you have the unfortunate experience of your there where you conservative Friends and they bring along that liberal nut everybody in the energy of a place to do the Oscar racist and you're gonna respond back hey did you hear a moron and your parents should be embarrassed they spawned such a loser That's how you should respond Not only were they designed after preexisting parkways that already had low arches They were designed to not keep buses of black and Hispanic kids out of Long Island They were designed to keep commercial traffic out Matter of fact as Jim and Mike I know you know well they're both from New York originally as well They're Texans now I'm a Floridian now we escaped to freedom But you've been on a northern Parkway quite a bit all bed right Jim No You didn't get out of Brooklyn watch Well you could have lied and pretended to not make me look like a buffoon on my own show Mike can you just lie to me Were you on the northern side Thank you Mike I'm kidding I'm kidding I don't want you to lie I'm just kidding Jimmy My second from Jersey I don't know either Ruining my whole show the both of you too You're fired immediately I can never do that But for those of you who are from New York and have driven on the northern or southern state you'll notice on all the entrance ramps there are big signs and know the signs don't say no black or Puerto Rican people and buses are allowed on this party That's not what they say Jim can you attest to that That's not what they say Yeah 'cause you're okay thank you because you would have seen press coverage even in Brooklyn of offensive signs And you've never seen that right Mike you're in New Jersey but it's a similar media market You've never seen that story correct Okay good Thank you Thank you for rescuing my show and my credibility in front of the audience There are big signs and you know what the signs say They say no commercial traffic And they've been there forever I'm 46 I started thinking and becoming self aware as Descartes would say probably at around 5 and a half 6 who knows when you lose childhood amnesia but I specifically remember those signs they are still there now Why is there no commercial traffic because they didn't want commercial traffic on the Parkway They wanted it on the expressway which is about 5 or 6 lanes in some spots The LIE otherwise known as the Long Island expressway You bet on that okay Jim thank you He's trying to save himself now because he realizes pretty soon with our ongoing fight against cumulus This thing isn't going well and he may be out of a job through Just kidding.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Org New York Post Miranda Devine who is unbelievable Jack more fat Kevin Sheen Christopher dowski and Bruce Golding Biden is secretly flying underage migrants into New York in the dead of night Aren't you sick and tired of government operating this way ladies and gentlemen under cover of dark Without the American people even knowing what's taking place If you've been reading the Washington compost or New York slimes you wouldn't even know about any of this Plain loads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York Here's my first question Who is deciding where the illegal aliens go Who is deciding where they go Somebody's making that decision and I guarantee it's right out of The White House It's probably Ron klain Our Susan Rice or one or the other Malcontents and reprobates They're clearly trying to affect the suburbs clearly trying to turn Texas in Florida This is a disgrace And why the Republicans don't at least draw up articles of impeachment I will never know I will never know They're so they're so frightened They're so worried The other side's never frightened in another worried aren't guys They're just so Risk averse and this isn't even a risk The charter flights originate in Texas where the ongoing border crisis has overwhelmed local immigration officials and have been underway since at least August according to sources familiar with the matter Last week the New York Post saw two planes land at the Westchester county airport where most of the passengers got off appeared to be children and teens with a small portion of appearing to be men in their 20s Westchester county cops stood by as the passengers whose flights arrived at ten 49 p.m. Wednesday and 9 52 p.m. Friday got off and piled into buses so it's a highly organized effort Some of them were later seen meeting up with relatives or sponsors in New Jersey or being dropped off at a residential facility on Long Island In New York Post analysis of online flight tracking data suggests that around 2000 of the underage migrants have arrived at the airport outside White Plains on 21 flights since August 8th That's not too far from your neighborhood isn't rich Record shows some of the planes touched down between midnight and 6 30 a.m. when a voluntary curfew is in effect with two arriving from Houston at two 13 a.m. and four 29 a.m. on August 20th You don't do things at two 13 and four 29 a.m. if you don't want to be caught They clandestine nature the operation raises questions about how The White House is dealing with a recent surge in accompanied minors The most recent figures from U.S. customs and border protection show that just during July and August 37,800 unaccompanied minors were caught entering America from Mexico Sometimes if you're being abandoned by professional smugglers known as coyotes By the way do you know that 45,000 45,000 miners Not coal miners miners Am I no RS Few liberals out there Miners are on account of for 45,000 You know it must be gone on with the sex trade in this country It just must be unbelievable Let's see here Source familiar with the operation at the Westchester airport said the underage miners typically arrived carrying backpacks And her bust a locations including The Bronx Brooklyn queens upstate newburgh Bridgeport Danbury Connecticut and so forth Around 1230 a.m. Saturday it stopped in Long Island at the campus of mercy first a nonprofit sponsored by the Catholic sisters of mercy that provides housing and services for children and adolescents where the victims of societal problems according to its website Yeah we don't have enough of that in our country homegrown On Friday night one bus left the Westchester airport and barreled down the Hutchinson river Parkway which is off limits to commercial vehicles at speeds greater than 75 mph before crossing the throgs neck bridge Mercy first as a contract to supply the federal government where residential services for immigrant youth according to the site mercy first CEO Renee sculley didn't return a quest for comment Later Saturday a similar scene began playing out in Jacksonville Florida where many of the flights from Texas have touched down before continuing on the Westchester Where the post saw a Boeing 7 37 700 lane shortly after ten p.m. at Jacksonville international airport As local cop stood by a group of between ten and 15 people wearing matching white baseball caps and carrying duffel bags got off the plane and onto a charter bus near a dormant cargo terminal This is very highly organized After two hour ride the group arrived around one a.m. Sunday at the twin oaks academy a juvenile detention center in the what is it The Cola national forest near Tallahassee Where staffers were waiting to open a gate topped with barbed wire Republican Florida governor Ron DeSantis expressed outrage at the New York Post filings with a spokeswoman saying that the Biden administration is so confident that their open border policy is good for our country why the secrecy Why is the Biden administration refusing to share even the most basic information about illegal alien resettlement and communities throughout our state in the entire country Spokeswoman Christina Pasha said Washington D.C. said some immigration policies that do not affect them in the states That lack information About migrant resettlement and do not have the authority that change federal immigration policy are expected to bear the brunt of bond's reckless open borders agenda On Wednesday the New York Post also saw two buses leave the Westchester airport carrying about a hundred passengers On a McDonald Douglas MD 83 One bus stopped at the time of Edison's service area of the New Jersey turnpike in woodbridge with a migrants got off for around 1245 a.m. Thursday I've stopped there many at times Over the next two hours they were driven away in cars by people who met them there without anyone appearing to have to show identification to the officials overseeing the operation Now think about that That is shocking They could be handing them over to perverts Or into the sex slave of business A woman who lives near the airport told the post on money that a flight arrived around three or four that morning and it was shaking the house and awakened her 8 month old baby boy So a lot of these airports.

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77WABC Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Accused of doing Is seizing power in contravention of federal law. As well as in contravention of the way our constitution is set up. Now we turn To the daily wire. Former acting secretary defense Chris Miller, ripped chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff mark million Wednesday. Over report that Millie told his Chinese counterpart that he would warn the Chinese military of the US and then president Trump was about to launch a strike. Now this goes beyond the violations of the Constitution and federal law. If in fact this happen because now What do you say accused of Is the willingness to alert our number one enemy. Should I decision be made by the commander in chief to take military action against our number one enemy that he would warn them about it. That Is treasonous. It's true. The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Based on revelations in the forthcoming book from Woodward and And cost. You should boycott this book. Because these two clowns, reporters Even if we assume the information is accurate. Sat on newsworthy information. This is what I've been saying for the last 72 hours. It's now being regurgitated by the geniuses are K V and radio. For months and months and months, which could have affected the outcome of Afghanistan. You have the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Who is rogue. According to their own writing. He's rogue. Now I'm going to predict that Woodward and or cost a will be on all the major Sunday shows, maybe 60 minutes. The Sunday morning shows hawking their book. This is what Woodward does he drop stuff the week before his books come out. He stirs the pot. Then they're pushed like hell by the news media. He has a lot of friends in the news, and then they pushed like hell on all the Sunday shows. I'm telling you the boycott it Because no journalist should be sitting on news. If this is news like this With the nation in peril with the nation's national security in peril. And you saw what happened in Afghanistan with the head of the Joint Chiefs, Millie. Millie was allegedly So where the Trump would strike China that he called and told General Leisure. The People's Liberation Army. The U. S would not launch a strike and if the U. S did It would not be a surprise. I want to continue on this ladies and gentlemen. I'm not one of these hit and run broadcasters so stick with me. I'll be right back. Mud Lovin on 77 W. ABC. W. ABC traffic in transit Heavy traffic on the Hutchinson River Parkway heading north up to the cross county traffic is jammed from Route one up to the cross county. Looks like we've got an accident causing problems. We have an accident he spent on the cross Bronx expressway at Webster Avenue. Traffic is heavy across the span of the GWB onto the cross Bronx out to the accident site. No discernible delays at the tolls inbound Lincoln and Holland Tunnel in pretty Good shape. Holland Go for the turnpike approach. 19 approach Heavy release WNBC traffic. Red.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on Real Monsters

"And yet. Gabriel allon says in the chat. Bundy yup bundy grove a yellow bug as well beige actually made all beige and but it was the same timeframe bundy was actually. He was in prison in seventy seven. He was in That's when he escaped from grand junction during his trial there but then he was convicted and so he in seventy seven. He was in prison in colorado These were contemporaries absolutely. I would wonder how easy it would be to tell the difference between a beige colored. Vw in a yellow one. If it's just eliminated by say street lights in new york city yeah well depends on how bright yellow it is right. That's true. I didn't catch that part but then again you know when people are you know wound up is gonna. They're going to make mistakes and justify it. You know like. I could very easily you know. Imagine people going. it's not yellow. Another guy goes well. Maybe the cops are wrong. This is true. Definitely you know. And i wasn't able to find out what that source was in a bed. How these people would have known that he had a vw. So i didn't see that mentioned anywhere in any news. Sources are anything. Yeah but it just been word of mouth true very true. Yeah after that attack five also win a lot more of the publicity of the murders in the senate started ramping up more so and he did quite a lot. I think decor that with his letters to the newspapers and then his letter to crime columnist. Jimmy breslin right. Was i think at the post. At the time. I think we printed the letter to in the slide show but moving forward from that five april seventeen was attack number six. It was valentina sir. Yanni age eighteen day. Chester the bronx in alexander e saw west forty sixth street both shot to death at three. A m as they sat in a parked car on hutchinson river parkway near miss sir. Yanni's home.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on Real Monsters

Real Monsters

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on Real Monsters

"Can. So this guy was this guy. Was m- army marksmen. And yet not that. Good of a shot with a handgun. No you really use it in. He really isn't but you don the lauria eighteen of westchester heights in the bronx shot and killed about one. Am on july twenty nine hundred seventy six while sitting in that car. Jody valenti was nineteen of hutchinson river. Parkway wounded in the left thigh issue set the car with ms loria. This really didn't get much attention at the time because you know there was no history yet. Because it's a cute in the bronx right. This was about the same time. If i'm not mistaken that they were having real crime problems only your city. Oh yes serious crime problems. So i can't imagine it really would get all that much attention but maybe not still light nine. I'm still looking through my notes here. You know there was quite a few of these. It almost makes me wonder how they got the degree of certainty that they ultimately had with a lot of these scenes for instance another thing that was sorted of accepted wisdom with senna san was that he would always for whatever reason. Fire four shots and there's five shots in that forty four revolver that he was shooting them out of but if i'm not mistaken that first scene was another one where he wouldn't do that where he actually emptied the revolver. Jesus really was one of a couple. I think where he emptied revolver but again the cops the time that was one thing that they thought well. He would only fire for but come to find out when they finally do yet. David berkowitz in custody he said no. That's not right. Know i would fire five at a few of them but yeah he had seen none way. The reason the reason why it only had five rounds is because is a fucking forty four caliber like you could with.

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Heard the news and I'm somewhat John this to it. I don't necessarily believe it. Although it's good news, if, in fact it's happening that there are less cases of cancer that a causing death in America on an annual basis about 450,000 of our fellow Americans died from some form of cancer. Less now from lung cancer, which is the quickest killer now. I don't know if that's completely true. It's good news. I'm not gonna rain on that parade because that's good news. But let's face it. A lot of people may have died of cancer may have also had coronavirus and just wrote it off as the Dead Sea coronaviruses. We can debate that at some other point. Let me talk about lung cancer. Because increasingly many people are getting lung cancer who never smoked a cigar. Cigarette? Tiparillo. Ah, Blunt or did puff puff pass? No. It may have been from secondary smoke. A lot of women who swear never never never smoked whatsoever. And it's the quickest killer of all the cancers. Oh, yeah, it quickly begins to ravage your body. So now knowing that hospitals are saying that only essential Essential. Well, procedures. They're going to take place and that doesn't encapsulate. Surgery for cancer in this case, lung cancer with chemotherapy. Uh why would you not want to go in a different direction? They're basically telling you don't show up at the hospital. Don't come for you came on. Don't come for your operation. And it may be the best news that you compulsively get. I said, Well, what is so crazy Because you get to go and at least the here Dr Gill Liederman, who brought noninvasive stereo tactic Body radiosurgery to America a month of Sundays ago, he's been giving his procedures out all through the pandemic, seeing patients at its location at 38th and Broadway. Because he's not a hospital. This is what he focuses on cancer kid 84 different forms of Bonnie cancer, and he utilizes if necessary, Noninvasive stereo attacked a body radiosurgery. You never go to a hospital. There's no cutting bleeding anesthesia. Who got this treatment Jimmy Khanna alive and 96 doing interviews. Thank you should hit the pause button and talk to Dr Gilliam and I suggested highly for yourself. Someone you know someone you love somebody who's a little too still not a stubborn to do so on their own 212 choices. That's two on two choices he takes most insurance is Medicare and Medicaid for your cancer treatment choices. It's two on two choices Tell anyway. ABC traffic in transit in Jersey and accident investigation is closing down the eastbound lanes of route 24 in Morris County spanned Route 24 shutdown right around exit to Colombia Turnpike. We have a closure there because of an accident investigation, an accident involving a van that overturned Police CMS Fire Department all on this scene so again, he's found 24 remains closed at exit to traffic is jammed Offer to 87. We're looking at a backup developing on the north bound Hutchinson River Parkway. Right around treatment. Anthony looks like we've got an accident. They're heavy traffic westbound on the cross Bronx from West History Avenue out to the George Washington Bridge. South bound, Dig in an accident right around tree modality, igh relays Talk radio 77 w A B. C but truth behind the Bs very satisfying to hear the truth about everything that's going on..

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"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hutchinson river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"B C traffic in transit, some emergency repairs going on on the Hutchinson River Parkway. Good evening. I'm Steve Reggie. Talk Radio 77 W A. B. C. Couple of lanes are blocked at East Tremont Avenue in the Bronx with Ben on the Hutch so squeezed to the left to get around that situation and in the Bronx, Jerome Avenue is closed at the cross Bronx Expressway. There's a water main break there or down Connecticut Turnpike Still cleaning up an accident. It exit 31 Stratford. It was an overturned vehicle there now, letting some cars get through. But you still have some heavy traffic coming out of Bridgeport. Everything's looking good with our Hudson River crossings. Steve Reggie TALK radio 77. W A. B. C. If you've been in an auto accident, even if you weren't injured, you've probably been contacted by someone urging you to go to a certain medical facility or a certain attorney to seek money from an insurance company. Auto insurance companies pay billions of dollars and medical claims each year, and they are target for fraudsters who shopped for accident victims who may or may not need treatment. They want your into Prince information so they can build for unnecessary visits and treatments that you may never receive. All of this adds upto higher insurance premiums for all of us insurance fraud is something you don't want to be involved in. There are ways you can protect yourself. If you're involved in an accident, Talk to your insurance company First, don't provide your insurance or personal information to someone that solicits you or tries to refer you. If you are injured on Lee deal with legitimate medical professionals and facilities If you suspect medical fraud, call us at 18. During TL and I C B or.

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