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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The other side. The biting camp in woman's in Delaware, still urging calm, still saying it's confident CBS's Nicole Killian is there. They continue to track the numbers. They're watching this carefully. You know, they did feel very confident about their chances in places like Pennsylvania and Georgia President Trump Today on Twitter said. Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the president, Mr Trump said. I could make that claim. Also, CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve 5 51 in Waukegan. Police say it was concerned that Marsellus tonight had a weapon that led officers to delay medical treatment for him after police shot him dead yet was still breathing, but not responding after he was shot by Officer Dante Selina's on October 20th, the city of walkie and released pages from a police investigation to the Tribune that says Salinas and other officers at the scene We're concerned that the 19 year old and his girlfriend, 20 year old Pharrell Williams, might have been armed. No weapon was found at the scene. Stinnett died at the hospital about 30 minutes later. The FBI and state police are investigating the shooting party news radio 105.9 FM still no sign that the pandemic will have subsided before early next year. That's created problems for a major annual celebration and you already draw is not cancelled, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said. But it will be different. Mardi Gras Parade organizers have discussed requiring people showing up for parades to wear masks, social distance, not bring things like barbecue grills and beer kegs with them. But Mardi Gras historian Arthur Hardy says, enforcing that will be next to impossible. The intentions or pure, There's no question about that. It's just The Devil's in the logistician. How do you How do you do this? Even if you want to, party says, even if parades don't roll Mardi Gras revelers will find a way to celebrate Course. Miller for CBS News. New Orleans at the editor's death today is Jeff's anchored Our writer is Helen Marshall, Our assistant producer. Patrick Barons at the Web desk is Mike Ramsey, our traffic producer Anton Peters. Our business news coordinator Andy Grocer and our managing editor, Julie Man, We'll check in with today's business news and market news is well, it's 5 52. So question. How.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ago, but where Joe Biden is making a late surge, the president says voters will judge him on several things. One of you got a really good job is campaigning for Biden in Florida. This idea that About this White House has done anything. But completely screw this thing up. Is not former president. Obama notes. His successor has been complaining that there's too much focus on the virus. He's jealous of Colvin's media covers. The president has said the media will stop talking about the pandemic right after the election. Soccer Megane Washington and a Postal Service employee is charged with throwing out mail, including absentee ballots, which he allegedly tossed in a Dumpster. 30 year old Man, identified as John by Jiri of Louisville, Kentucky, has been charged with the delay or destruction of mail, which is a federal crime. Sometime between October 5th and 15th. But Jerry allegedly threw a large quantity of mail in a construction dumpster, including about 111, general election. Absentee ballots. 69 mixed class pieces of flat rate male 322nd class pieces of mail and two national election campaign flyers from a political party in Florida. Special agent say he admitted to it all, and that all the mail has since been put back in his system for delivery. Matt Piper CBS News in seven County 40. Working fast to create a fire line to keep home safe, cruising your blender trying to beat back too out of control wildfires. Kept tens of thousands of people out of their homes, at least 10 homes or damage to strong winds. First, the flames toward neighborhoods with little containment of the wild fire at the editor's death today is Jeff's anchored Our writer is Teri Bauer, Our assistant producer, Serene Mohammed and Patrick. Parents at the Web desk is Mike Ramsey, our traffic producer, and Tom Peters, our business news coordinator, Andy Grocer and our managing editor, Julie Man, It's 5 42 coming up.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News time. 5 40 Ohio's governor has had a change of heart about legislation that's at the center of a huge political bribery scandal. Republican Ohio Governor Mike DeWine now says a taxpayer funded bailout of the states to nuclear power plants should be repealed in the wake of a $60 million bribery case. While he says he still supports the policy of the legislation, he feels the process that created a quote stinks and is unacceptable. Republican statehouse Speaker Larry Householder and four others Are accused of accepting bribes to get the energy bill into law. Jim Krystle, the CBS News or the second time President, Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, has been ordered to be released from prison. A judge has ordered Michael Cohen to be released from prison by tomorrow afternoon in tow home confinement. Cohen was ordered back to prison July 9th after he had been furloughed in May in an effort to help slow the spread of the Corona virus in federal prisons. But the New York Federal judge says he believes the Trump administration retaliated against Cohen for writing a book about President Trump. Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance charges and lying to Congress. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington, Looking to California Man is already planning to get back on the trails after getting stranded in a national park with an injured leg. Thie cries for help are from Robert Ringo, who spent 40 hours in a desert of Joshua Tree National Park in Palm Springs, California. But he had done all the right things. Before leaving for his hike. He tagged his location and shared it with his son and brought to leaders of water with him. He also ate juniper Berries to survive. Great thing, You know, I mean, if I had never been found, it would have been devastating for my family. After nearly two days, Ringo was finally found by searchers who airlifted him to a hospital with a broken leg. That Piper CBS News at the editor's death. Today is Jeff's anchored Our writer Teri Bauer, Our assistant producer, Matt Monkey. At the Web desk is Mike Ramsey, Our traffic producer. Anton Peters, business news coordinator. Andy Grocer are managing editor. Julie Man stopped. Running stories are next. W BB of NEWS time. 5 40 on.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To succeed with new customers? Well, Comcast business wants to help you do just that. Learn how you can not just bounce back but bounce forward at Comcast business dot com. Next traffic aboard 5 48 NewsRadio 7 81 of 5.9 FM. W B V evacuate her partly cloudy tonight those ranging from 62 across some outlying areas to 68 at the lakefront, Partly sunny turning hunting cabin tomorrow Heidi or 90 Lakefront temperature's 75 to 80 0 here 85 hand over Park. It's also 85. Banki Weathers Larson on Chicago's weather station. News Radio. 7 80 Water five point I'd give news Time Fire 41 this just in to the BBM, Georgia Governor Brian Camp suing Atlanta to block the city from enforcing its mandate to wear a mask in public. And other rules related to the cova 19 pandemic. Kemp and a Georgia attorney general Chris Car in a state court suit argued that Atlanta mayor Key shirt lance bottoms has overstepped her authority and must obey Kemp's executive orders under state law. The suit comes a day after kept clarified his executive order to expressly block Atlanta. At least 14 other local governments from requiring people to wear face coverings. Shoppers have been trained you they're spending habits over the past year, The Census Bureau says Retail sales increased 7.5% in June. A brutal plunge in March and April was offset by a rebound in May in June. Spending at bars and restaurants jumped 20% last month, but it's still down 26% from a year ago. Sales said. Clothier has more than doubled from May to June yet are still down 23% from a year ago. Jason Morgan Chase analysis of credit card sales shows The recovery in retail sales began to stall late last month. As Kobe. 19 cases surged My camp in Washington The owner of a flea market in the northwest suburbs, says he appealed to the state of Illinois asking why he can't open up outdoors when so many other retailers are wolves. Flea market owner David Woolf says he looks at big box retailers and sees that they're open indoors while his flea market which is normally held sundaes on the parking lot of the Allstate Arena. Is outdoors and presumably safer, but the state of Illinois is telling him he cannot open. Well. I think you always done a great job with the virus control. I think of this In this instance there making the wrong decision. Wolf says. He's all for capacity limits and mandatory masks for vendors and customers who stroll around the 30 acre site. He says not being able to do business is not only hurting him. It's hurting the vendors who can't get unemployment benefits because their sole proprietors Steve Miller, News Radio, 105.9 FM has asked Governor Pritzker's office and the Illinois Department of Public Health for comment. Democratic attorneys general in more than 20 states, including little boy have sued the Education Department. They're going to repeal it's overhaul of a student loan forgiveness program. Congress voted to strike down the policy, which makes it tougher to get federal student loans You raised President Trump's saved through a veto. The Education Department tells the case. Another grandstanding, politically driven lawsuit mental grab a cheap headline at the editor's death. Today is Susan Glick are writers Helen Marshall, our assistant producers, Mac Maki and joke him at the Web desk is Shannon Bloom, Our traffic producer Anton Peters, Assignment editor. Jeff Anchored our business news coordinator, Andy Grocer, and our managing editor is Julie Man. W baby have news time. 5 43 Staying on top of the news is more important than ever. This just in to the W B b m newsroom. Listen to news radio W. B B M for breaking news and the information that.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

06:26 min | 10 months ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"We need to thank Jane. Walker by Johnnie Walker Maple Hill creamery and the winds of Rio. Ha for their support. If you'd like to take part in Jubilee two point Oh and share something. You're making baking or doing just use the Hashtag CB jubilee so everyone can follow along. See You on Sunday okay. Everybody let's hear from cake artist. Amanda Favor who spoke during our Atlanta tour stop. Our event was held at Jeff Anchor. Toronto's star provisions and it was the very first stop on our two thousand eighteen tour topic baking in the future. Of course my brain went to spaceships. The beastie boys song intergalactic and freeze dried astronaut food. But since those are all really craft ideas. I decided to ask Instagram with the future. Baking would be. Here's what I heard. There was speculation about baking with herbs. Three D. sugar printed bakes baking with even more alternative flowers. Sugars fats superfoods. Baking on space stations. More focus on using sustainable ingredients in baking using natural food dyes baking with cricket flour and I could go on and on for my instagram research. And maybe one day we'll get together and three D. print up some chocolate. Eclair is made with cricket flour. I would eat them. Would you guys please try right? Not but I figured before we got into the future we need to talk about now and why we bake to me. It's very personal. Baking is currently a beautiful delicious way that we treat ourselves and others. It's a way to celebrate the good days and get us through tough days. I hope in the future that will be making baking mostly for celebrations Those are the most on aches but for now. I'm happy to bake the cakes for the Tina fey style. She shaking on the times when that's the appropriate thing to do and I'm happy to pan. Bang my cookies. Have you guys made the PAN being cookies? We take the sheet pan and flat in the cookies out. It's a great way to get out some angst but I cannot wait for the day I feel like when I think about the future. I can't help thinking about the events that will bake for and I can't wait for the day. We Bake for celebration of our first female president. That would be pretty awesome. I can't wait to bake for my daughter when she gets a job and she has equal pay and it's not even a thing by then she's five years old right now and I love her to come in and say I got a job. Here's what I'm getting paid and I'm like so excited because equal and I hope she doesn't even know why I'm excited another thing that we can use to predict. The future of baking is currently. Who are the baker's I lurk around a lot on social media and I've noticed and you probably have to if you follow bakers that the community is crazy strong for topic? They can go really nostalgic very gingham. Full skirts vary betty draper. I thought about wearing that tonight and then I was like The Baker's I know are thoroughly modern. The trend of collaboration over competition is something. That's talked about often and I'm really happy to say that I see it in action every day. The passionate bakers that I know are fantastic people. There is a flurry of ideas. Sharing idea honing encouragement bakers. Come up with very creative ways to help their communities and a generous sharing skills this to me is the way of the future. Women are amazing. You guys know that but sometimes I think we let the amazingness of another woman make us feel less amazing and I don't see that so much with baking in baking I see less comparison and more celebration of our differences for example something as simple as frosting a cake their endless ways to do it. You can pipe your frosting smoother frosting comb your frosting you can cover your frosting and then that's not even talking about all the different flavors that you could have but I do see that Baker's don't divide up into groups of frosting people. We don't support this mood broadcasting people because I'm smooth frosting girl or support the REF frosting people because I'm a rough frosting girl. It crosses all the lines. There's a respect for another Baker's art that comes without having to make yourself feel lesser or suspicious of the other person we learn from each other and we're excited to see the other bakers succeed because it means baking a succeeding in that means we. All win is Baker's so all that laughable about who are the bakers are and what are we baking. What is the future of baking? I think there maybe less opportunities to work with our hands in the just because of technology and all these things that are really wonderful. But I'm sure that we'll still make bread. Bakers will still mix up flour salt sugar yeast. Because it's amazing. We love to eat it and the process of making it is an experience like no other in the future. We'll be able to do even more with our devices. I can't even come up here without my device but I do think that will put our devices down. Put some candles on a cake. Celebrate another year of life and enjoy the cake together even in the future and I think that we will still no matter how much we learn about our health and make decisions about how to build our best bodies. We'll still continue to things like a warm cookie because it makes all this like shitty moments worth it to get that cookie. It's totally worth it. In the future the techniques will change. The ingredients will evolve our will look and perform differently. The future of baking is super solid because baking is a way to bring people together. It brings communities together friends together families together and whether we're living in cities on a farm apartments houses or even future science state space pods which I really like to think about. I think something sweet and baked will still draw out and draws together. It's an affordable luxury. It's creative it's comforting and it's fun and it was all of these things for our grandmothers and it'll be these things for our children too. So cheers speaking. Thank you Amanda. If any of you need some cake decorating info or just a burst of loveliness be sure to check out what? Amanda is up to on Instagram. Next we'll hear from Sam cade of cakes from Dallas Texas tour. Stop at the Beautiful Adolphus Hotel..

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Is making an acquisition. The company is buying advanced disposal services for about two point nine billion dollars. The deal will help waste management expand its presence in sixteen states. Crude oil futures. Closed at sixty three forty a barrel with business at twenty five and fifty five past each hour. From the Bloomberg newsroom. Jeff Bellinger, NewsRadio seven eighty and one zero five point nine FM WBZ in HD, Chicago w CFS FM HD one Elmwood partial kogo. Capital? One favourite hard four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That's four percent cashback on we scream for ice cream. Very and four percent while you're screaming at the amusement. Capital One saver card. Earn four percent on dining and for percents on entertainment. Now when you in a family, go out you cash in capital, watching your wallet capital. One Bank USAA. Three. Without me. Low drinks Ueli close to me. Day seven rings. Thanks. Editor's desk. Today is Jeff anchored? I writer Teri Bauer our assistant producer Margaret Larkin. At the web desk tonight is Mike Ramsey, our.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Five above two five below wind chills. Minus fifteen to minus twenty five as we go through the night and into tomorrow morning really tough tomorrow morning near fifteen for tomorrow. Afternoons high despite the sunshine and right now, it's twenty one. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eighty. Polar vortex settling into the Tri state and bringing those subzero temperatures wind gusts of up to fifty miles per hour. Well below zero in the mid west Chicago almost a ghost town, the wind chill thirty nine below at city hall today. Some protesters and council members gave Amazon executives in ear full about the billions and incentives. They took to locate their second headquarters in queens and lift lifting Juno. Sue the city to block its new law requiring a minimum wage for drivers Knicks hosting the Mavericks tonight at the garden right now. The twenty one degrees just a few clouds Wednesday January thirtieth. Good afternoon. I'm Michael Wallace. And Kevin Ranko. It's five thirty one on the WCBS afternoon roundup. After those crazy snow squalls this afternoon. Now, the frigid weather chief meteorologist Craig Allen. Joining us live, Craig what can we expect tonight and the next few days? Yeah. This is definitely going to be the problem from this point on because we mentioned the snow squalls are now east of the city. They are making their way off the east end of Long Island and eastern Connecticut, and you will have some wild weather for about ten to twenty minutes or so, but now the winds are gusting between forty and fifty miles per hour, and they will because even higher than fifty miles per hour. Wind and wind chill advisories are in effect for our region wind chill warnings. In fact, once you start getting back into the far, northwest suburbs. Wind chills are already down below zero in places like Warwick, New York, minus three wind chill of minus six right now in Sussex and temperatures are already down in the teens. So we're talking about really bitter weather, if you remember what it was like on Martin Luther King day where we could not make it out of the. Teams tomorrow will be similar and it's only going to be in the mid teams during the afternoon, wind chills will be below zero all day and in terms of severity of the wind chill. Well, we're we're getting to levels that are quite dangerous as I keep saying fifteen to twenty five is is reason for frostbite in probably less than ten or fifteen minutes or so fifteen to twenty five that's with sustained winds when you start getting gusts, and you happen to be out there in your your face is is walking into a gust of forty forty five miles per hour is just absolutely dangerous. So be careful for the next twenty four hours, and then it begins to moderate slowly starting with Friday and more. So over the weekend. It's five thirty two at WCBS and as bad as we're getting it here in the tri-state. It's even worse in the mid west WBZ's. Jeff anchored is joining us from Chicago, Jeff how cold is it there. Good afternoon, Michael and Kevin and greetings from what we're calling CHAI Beria. The current temperature in downtown Chicago is a balmy fourteen below zero with the wind chill of thirty nine below. I'd love to have any of those temps that Lonnie Quinn was talking about a few minutes ago were expecting another night of extremely low temperatures and low wind chills here, and as you pointed out earlier a lot of people in the Chicago area are sheltering in place, working from home schools have been closed they'll be closed again tomorrow across our area. Lots of cultural attractions are closed and our transit agencies are on reduced schedules and dealing with equipment outages because of the cold because stuff is just not designed to work white in weather. This cold you mentioned it's not designed to work in whether we we've heard concerns about power outages potentially here. I imagine that some of the same issues you're facing there..

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A crash there and the forecast from the WCBS weather center. Well, thank you very much as of right now, New York City of a very light little rain that has fallen. Outside. It's forty two degrees. But certainly an overcast sky we do some snow falling anywhere from kindle on New Jersey to ringwood all it poughkeepsie through the snow is right now f- for the city you could pick up anywhere from a trace a trace to three inches. Debbie sort of outside the city, and then well, north and west could see that three to six inch rains you get into the higher elevations for that. I think the bigger story is gonna be the cold air that settles in tonight. Okay. You're talking twenty two degrees. So anything wet is going to be freezing out there by Wednesday. I mean Wednesday thirty degrees, but it's dropping down to five as you go through the day and then Thursday, high temperature of sixteen degrees under a sort of a cold sort of blustery sky Friday, you're mostly sunny at twenty four on Lonnie Quinn. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio. Eight eighty. The midwest plunges into a deep freeze with wind. Chills of sixty below in some spots because of today's snow governor Murphy closed, New Jersey state offices earlier this afternoon. He'll join us live at three forty five chop. Does defense team presents one witness then wraps up its case. It has drug trafficking trial in Brooklyn, President Trump's associate Roger stone pleads not guilty to charges in the Russia. Pro sports nets host the bowls tight. Rangers are home to take on the flyers at the garden. Forty two degrees with some scattered light rain here in the city Tuesday. January twenty ninth. Good afternoon. WCBS news time is three thirty one. It's the afternoon roundup with Steve Scott in Michael Wallace. Very cold weather will be moving into our area tomorrow. But it is nothing compared to what they're going through in the upper midwest on our Newsline, Jeff Danker to WBZ NewsRadio. In Chicago, Jeff, I saw you had single digit temperatures earlier today, but it's going downhill from there. Yeah. Welcome. Thank you, Steven greetings from Berea. We're expecting Eric temperatures tomorrow in Chicago to only get to get up to minus thirteen tonight. We're expecting airtime. Pitchers nearly thirty below with wind chills like at fifty below. There's a great deal of concern about that. Obviously here in the city, and we're not expecting a lot of relief over the next forty eight hours. You guys are no strangers to cold weather in Chicago. But this is really cold even for your area. Yeah. It completely. I was going back and looking at the some of the old temperature records, and I saw it. We're gonna Blake a record low temperature that was set in nineteen sixty six show. This is historic cold for us. And it's got a lot of people planning to shelter in place. Schools are closing already of businesses are telling workers to stay home work from home. If you can there's no reason to go outside in this bitter, cold we were looking at some of the temperatures even north of Chicago Grand Forks, North Dakota, twenty five below air temperature wind chill, sixty one below. So it's even colder when you get up north of Chicago. Yeah. And a lot of the elected leaders and other authorities here in Illinois and further north already issuing disaster declarations, Wisconsin's which issued yesterday illinois's was today a lot of people leave through this region. Michigan has already issued a disaster declaration in advance of this. A lot of states are really concerned about the impact of this cold air, particularly on people who are most vulnerable. I know you'll take small victories at this point when we'll Chicago say be above freezing. Again, actually going to be fairly soon. Accuweather forecast says we're supposed to be above freezing on Saturday, which if you think about it is why going from. Freezing thirty two degrees to ninety nine degrees in the space of about three to four days. So it's gonna be fairly quick. This is fortunately it very temporary dip into extreme extreme cold. I like your optimism the way you look at it there. Jeff anchor WBZ NewsRadio in Chicago. Jeff, thanks for talking with us. Thank you, Steve before the frigid weather arrives here. We're dealing with rain and snow governor Murphy closed all of New Jersey.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For Joaquin Guzman called one witness closing arguments could get underway tomorrow and three very cold weather will be moving into our area tomorrow. But it is nothing compared to what they're going through in the upper midwest on our Newsline, Jeff anchor that WBZ NewsRadio in Chicago, Jeff, I saw you had single digit temperatures earlier today, but it's going downhill from there. Yeah. Welcome. Thank you. Steven greetings from Berea were expecting Eric temperatures tomorrow in Chicago to only get to get up to minus thirteen tonight, we're expecting air. Temperatures nearly thirty below with wind chills like at fifty below. There's a great deal of concern about that. Obviously here in the city, and we're not expecting a lot of relief over the next forty eight hours. You guys are no strangers to cold weather in Chicago. But this is really cold even for your area. Yeah. It completely. I was going back and looking at the some of the old temperature records, and I saw that we're gonna Blake a record low temperature that was set in nineteen sixty six so this is a historic cold for us. And it's got a lot of people planning to shelter in place. Schools are closing already. Businesses are telling workers to stay home work from home. If you can there's no reason to go outside in this bitter, cold we were looking at some of the temperatures even north of Chicago Grand Forks, North Dakota, twenty five below air temperature wind chill, sixty one below. So it's even colder when you get up north of Chicago. Yeah. And a lot of the elected leaders and other cities here in Illinois and further north are already issuing disaster declarations, Wisconsin's which issued yesterday illinois's was today a lot of people through this region. Michigan has already issued a disaster declaration in advance of this a of states are really concerned about the impact of this cold air, particularly on people who are most vulnerable. I know you'll take small victories at this point. When will Chicago say be above freezing? Again, actually going to be fairly soon. Accuweather forecast says we're supposed to be above freezing on Saturday, which if you think about it is like going from. Freezing thirty two degrees to ninety nine degrees in the space of about three to four days. So it's gonna be fairly quick. This is fortunately it very temporary dip into extreme extreme cold. I like your optimism the way you look at it there. Jeff Danker WBZ NewsRadio in Chicago. Jeff, thanks for talking with us. Thank you. Steve..

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nine FM. The editor's desk today. Jeff anchored our writer Teri Bauer. Assistant producer Montanez Allen at the web desk. Mike Ramsey, traffic producer, Dan, Frank business. News coordinator, Andy Gershon and managing editor. Julie, man. WBZ news time five forty once upon a morning. There was a freshly brewed me- cafe coffee. It was made with one hundred percents arabica beans yet. Something was missing. Fear not in the distance a sausage mcmuffin today. The sunrise quest for breakfast. The perfect McDonald's and mornings were happy forever. After. Right now, get a one dollars small coffee and a two dollar sausage. Mcmuffin with action the one two three dollar menu. Prices participation may vary county combined with any other offer combo meal. Bring in the new year with big savings JC Penney this weekend. Only get up to sixty percents off select tops for her coats for the family. More. Up on your favorite. Don't miss your chance to take an additional fifty percents off select clearance. Prices already reduced percent off sale like this last long JC Penney silent value for all offers. Valid eleven to wonder team one to thirteen. Exclusions apply. See store for details. About your winter with hot cash. Forecast on WB L Levin chances each weekday to win one thousand dollars. Just wasn't a twenty four past the hour from eight in the morning to seven of nine eleven different keywords to text and you could win one thousand dollars each our in our national context gets one thousand dollars from WBZ. Message and data rates may apply. Final station coaches rules at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com slash rules. Traffic and weather together on the aches and pains money on the twenty four I am. So cited weekdays on News Radio seven hundred eighty one zero five point nine FM w BBN WBZ news time five forty three sports is neck. Dr Phil as your children get older, it's easy to want to continue to baby them through young adulthood, but let's be real clear on one thing. If you're protecting your child, if you're making certain that they never have a failure experience you're doing that for you not for them. You're doing it. Because it makes you feel like a better parent not because you want them to be prepared for the world. Once they leave the nest, not everybody's gonna think they're adorable and wonderful and cute. They're going to expect them to perform and the earlier you begin to teach them that to better parents..

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Dan, mctigue who adds it's forty nine cents down from the average in two thousand eighteen while we've been seeing, you know, these bargain basement gas prices across the country, and you know, all of us are are pretty happy that the party at the pump is is is likely to wrap up the next couple of months. The reasons why you could start to see, you know, the beginning of a rally, especially given both the combination of strong US economy as well as these production cuts, you know, pack among OPEC nations. I'm Shelley Adler police in the English city of Manchester say they're treating the New Year's Eve stabbing of three people as a terrorist. Incident. Mayor Andy Burnham from what I do know. It's a has all the hallmarks that appears to be an isolated incident while I would stress that people do need to remain vigilant to people are still being treated for knife wounds. A third person who is injured has been released. The suspect has been arrested but not yet charged or identify. Extremely scary. Start to twenty nineteen for eight people in Paris. French firefighters say three adults had five teenagers were trapped one hundred seventy feet in the air on a broken fairground Rhein for more than eight hours from New Year's Eve into the early morning hours. A helicopter was used to reach the trapped people and provide them with harnesses. They all safely reached the ground. Big. Thank you to those working hard behind the scenes today. Newsradio at the editor's desk. Jeff anchors our writer Teri Bauer. Our assistant producer is Margaret Larkin at the web desk. Erica hobbs. Our traffic producer is Dan. Frank managing editor Julie, man. Sports coming up next WBZ news time to forty four..

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time five forty two people in the UK will soon have a new way to deal with loneliness. Long. British Prime Minister Theresa may has announced that by twenty twenty three. Doctors will be able to write prescriptions for cooking classes, walking an art groups to combat loneliness may calls it one of the greatest public health challenges of our time with links to everything from heart disease stroke and Alzheimer's about two point four million dollars has been earmarked for the initiative called social prescribing to take the place of medications. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news at the editor's desk today. Jeff, anchored our writer, Terry Kashmir. Assistant producer Margaret Larkin at the web desk. Mike ramsey. Our traffic producer is Dan Frank. Am business news coordinator Andy Kershaw and managing editor. Julie, man. WBZ news time five forty. Garnered high tank returns to lead the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He works by Bruckner and Beethoven October twenty fifth through the thirtieth at symphony center. Renowned for his transformative interpretations of symphonic masterworks with the CFO high tink conducts Brookner's rich kaleidoscopic sixth symphony and Beethoven's piano concerto number two featuring Paul Lewis. Chicago Tribune says Lewis is a.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The editor's desk today. Leeann Colin are writer Terry Bauer. Assistant producer Miguel Esparza at the web desk. Shannon, bloom, traffic producer, Mike, Allison business. News coordinator, Andy Gershon, our assignment editor Jeff anchor and managing editor. Julia man WBZ news time to forty three financial makes buying life insurance easier. Thanks to mix of technology and personal service. When you call our agents, listen to learn your needs and utilize a cutting edge platform to search options from leading companies to get the right coverage at the right price. Thanks to our blend of advanced, computer, algorithms and plain old conversation he'd covered today. Call one eight six six two four four fifty five eighty or visit e financial. Dot com. That's financial dot com. Have you ever spent a night on organic cotton sheets? If you have you've probably never slept better. Hi, I'm Scott Tannen, founder of bollandbranch. We make the softest most comfortable one hundred percent organic cotton sheets you'll ever sleep on. You can't buy our sheets in store only on our website because we only sell them online at bollandbranch dot com. Our sheets cost less than half of designer brands and are twice the quality. You won't believe how comfortable one hundred percent organic cotton sheets can feel until you try bollandbranch hundreds of thousands of Americans love bollandbranch sheets, including three US presidents. Don't just take my word for it. Sleep on our sheets risk free for a month. If they're not the most comfortable you've ever slept on you can send them back for a refund. Plus if you order right now, we'll give you fifty dollars off your first set of sheets, plus free shipping at bollandbranch dot com. Promo code linens. Spelled B O L L, andbranch dot com. Promo code linens. Boll and branch dot com. Promo code linens rate. Now, join T.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To figure out. How this happened and how to stop. It from happening again and how to get this. Monday ten, on CBS too WBZ news time. To forty one the national suicide prevention hotline is a lifesaver for one hundreds of thousands of people every year. Now the organization says the number of. Calls it's fielding has risen dramatic polls to the national suicide prevention hotline doubled between two thousand fourteen, in last year with more than two million calls answered. In two thousand seventeen that's half a million more than in the previous year that work includes more than one hundred fifty crisis centers counselors say awareness, is up, partly because of recent celebrity suicides but one. Counselor tells USA today that more people are sharing the information and. The phone numbers on social media now that helps Peter King CBS news Starbucks is opening. A new store. Geared to specific customers are? Boxes opening its first US signing store? Which will let death customers order. By using sign language the Washington DC store will be staffed by employees who are partially or fully death and capable of. Communicating in sign language It will. Be, modeled after Starbucks first signing store which opened in Malaysia. In two thousand sixteen the Washington store is scheduled to open October CBS news correspondent beyond goal good Drita at. The editor's desk here at News Radio. Leon Cova da writers Susan lake assistant producer Emily Marquette at the web desk Shannon bloom traffic producer, is Dan Frank assignment editor Jeff anchored business news coordinator. Andy Gershon and managing editor Julie man will have sports coming up with the Dave Kerner WBZ news time to forty three No. An ad from dad save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive In other ways. To save money don't buy those expensive coffees Then you. Can save up for I don't know really nice dress shirt I'm, just saying it's.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The latest hawaii civil defense agency said last night continued earthquake activity and more lava outbreaks in the area are likely nearly two thousand people have already been evacuated a western iowa sheriff's deputy will be honored tomorrow at the national peace officers memorial service in the nation's capital potter may county deputy mark burp bridge was killed in the line of duty a year ago an inmate who had hidden a key in his hair unlocked his handcuffs and was able to overpower bridge shooting and killing the deputy the sheriff's office is now putting inmates through scanners but i think that's a really cool to be able to try to keep the contraband out of jail cell contraband fight all sheriff's offices correctional facilities fight on a daily basis that's jeff anchor pot county sheriff this spring the agency became the first sheriff's office in iowa to get that scanner flooding continues in the davenport area in eastern iowa saturday a man who needed medical attention in the quad cities had to be rescued by boat his house and the rest of his neighborhood is surrounded by floodwater and south of davenport the mississippi at muscatine is nearly three feet over flood stage at burlington the mississippi is now in major flood stage and still rising president trump is tweeting about the iran deal after pulling the us out of the obama era accord president trump riding iran with behaving badly when the agreement was in place and was trying to take over the middle east by whatever means necessary and now that will not happen white house national security adviser john bolton told cnn state of the union it's possible companies in europe could face sanctions i think the europeans will say that it's in their interest ultimately to come along with the leaders of france germany and the uk have said they remained committed to preserving the iran deal in washington rachel sutherland the us supreme court could rule as early as today on whether new jersey can legalize sports betting if that happens major league baseball and the national basketball association are apparently trying to get integrity fees attached to every bet a source tells the post that mlb team executives met with the owner of a bookmaker last week to talk about betting sponsorship opportunities federal law currently banned sports betting nationwide with a few exceptions including nevada and for the first time an iowan has made it to.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The united states new fishers are spraying magma from hawaii's killer way of all canine authorities warn more is likely on the way to more fissures opened over the weekend bringing the number to eighteen cents a volcano erupted on the big island more than a week ago thousands have been evacuated rated as dozens of homes and structures have been destroyed the area remains seismically active and geologists are warning of possible explosive eruptions a western iowa sheriff's deputy will be honored tomorrow at the national peace officers memorial service in the nation's capital potter watami county deputy mark burg bridge died in the line of duty a year ago an inmate who had hidden a key in his hair unlocked his handcuffs and was able to overpower bridge shooting and killing the deputy sheriff's office now puts inmates through scanners but i think that's a really cool be able to try to keep the contraband out of jail the seller contraband fight all sheriff's offices correctional facilities fight on a daily basis that's jeff anchor he's the potter wanted me county sheriff this spring the agency became the first sheriff's office in iowa to get that scanner flooding continues in eastern iowa davenport saturday a man who needed medical attention had to be rescued by a boat his house in the rest of his neighborhood surrounded by water south of davenport the mississippi at muscatine is nearly three feet over flood stage and in burlington the mississippi is now in major flood stage and still rising a family of five is okay after they were chased by cheetahs at a safari park in the netherlands a.

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"jeff anchor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jeff anchor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lost well maybe they don't wanna go back home well that they don't i think back to how it would want to go back to jeff's anchor dough anyway on that i just as they were just little snowflakes sweetheart types you know what i mean on but now they come down here in again involved in something called cabotage but you're supposed to come out of canada and go on load for eight and go right back to the might we will they get our freight between columbus indianapolis kansas city and they it off once in awhile decided to go back home as what we did i've seen quite a bit after all of its interests and order thing about as always air vie enforces their laws bomb in american drivers yell back hendry does not of course along the barn grabber here whether it's a canadian or mexican though okay f yeah basically got like waiver discussing their last night but airman letter they americans oregon v o one air wearing handcuffs the farner it always going to be long padded on my back yes basically weight our governor though it's been around i don't give a damn whether the republican or democrat related to know a big business pay though whoever yeah and the big business glands any yeah well i had to say even talking about now having a sports team an area no bengals no no baseball bat f cv anything like they're kicking matthew peck and named or no yet they've been doing good david johnson great crowds and stop their beaten up on some big boy teams and stuff like that they've been very successful mel i haven't really got into in i haven't had a chance to go.

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