26 Burst results for "Jim Chevy"

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Writer playwright author gay rights activists and aids activist Larry Kramer has died of pneumonia at the age of eighty four here's Jim Chevy our reporter once described Larry Kramer as the game worlds leading apostle of unrest certainly he was an active he co founded the group's gay men's health crisis and act up in the nineteen eighties in response to the aids epidemic and Kramer's writings were meant to stir up the audience his play the normal heart portraying the pain of HIV still even though Kramer's set out to be confrontational he told CBS news it was not easy making a full of himself in front of others but you know you kind of think of the greater but Jim Shannon B. C. B. S. news Kramer and his husband architectural designer David Webster have been together since nineteen ninety one they were also a couple back in the seventies act up said the Kramers raids helped inspire a movement and Elton John said today that we've lost a giant of a man who stood up for gay rights like a

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"jim chevy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Home for original reporting I'm Jim Chevy in Putnam County New York president trump hosted a virtual town hall on the fox news channel last night and he pointed a finger at China for covering up the outbreak early on when it could have made a difference you came from China it should have been stopped he could have been stopped on the spot they chose not to do it or something happened either there was incompetence or they didn't do it for some reason they would have to find out what that reason was we also predicted a vaccine will be available by the end of the year thirty eight states have now relax corona virus related restrictions Jonathan vaguely RD reports in Dallas Texas malls reopened as the state of twenty nine million hit its fourth straight day of more than one thousand new coronavirus cases governor Abbott defending his decision and telling residents over sixty five to stay inside if you fall into that vulnerable category we suggested if at all possible you stay at home meanwhile New York governor Cuomo pushing back against premature demands to get back to business even as the daily death rate dropped for a fifth day let's stick to the facts let's stick to the data that data now driving Mississippi to walk back plans to reopen and nationwide health care workers continue to remind people that the pandemic isn't over the Supreme Court hears oral arguments later today in the first of ten cases that will use teleconferencing and that's not the only first for the high court's the Dorsey reports this will be the first time audio of the oral arguments will be heard outside the courtroom in real time the first case will focus on whether the online hotel reservation service booking dot com can be trademarked arguments will focus on whether so called top level domains like dot com can make generic words like booking unique enough for trademark severe weather took a toll on Tennessee yesterday W. T. V. S. Eric held reports from hard hit Donaldson a lot of damage a lot of street closures as well crews working on power lines trying to restore power in this area clear debris as storm hit Donaldson hermitage pretty hard but there are also damage reports an Antioch mount Juliet Spring Hill Columbia really all over the news station the storm was quick but powerful lasted for about ten minutes we held on for hold on for dear life there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand customers without power the search continues for a man missing since a fishing boat capsized in choppy waters off new York's Long Island Saturday the body of a second man has been recovered four people were aboard that twenty two foot boat when it was hit by a large wave near Jones beach to the survivors were picked up by a passing boat right now it should be futures down sixteen or six tenths of one percent this is CBS news as the world races to respond to the corona virus pandemic CBS news radio is covering every aspect of the story twenty four hours a day seven days a week I'm Josh Levin co.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Late edition I'm Jim Chevy in Putnam County New York another major coronavirus funding bill has advanced in Congress Pam Calder reports the Senate approved a fourth bill designed to prop up the flagging economy with three hundred twenty billion dollars for battered small businesses while hailing the unanimous vote minority leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats had to push for a better bill his proposal included nothing at all for our health care system nothing to address the national shortage in testing Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said democratic foot dragging was the problem additional federal help for hospitals health care providers and testing became Tom like president trump urged the house to quickly approve the measure Pam Coulter CBS news Washington some U. S. states are moving to reopen their economies albeit with social distancing and some other restrictions president trump supports the move twenty states representing forty percent of the US population of announced that they're making plans and preparations to safely restart their economies what about concerns will fuel the spread of the corona virus they're going to be doing it safely there going to be doing it with tremendous passion there's they want to get back to work the country wants to get back to work Mandy Roberts runs a yoga studio in suburban Atlanta I personally think it's incredibly irresponsible to be opening at this point without additional testing for antibodies without knowing who's a carrier and a symptomatic without having all the supplies that we need masks and hand sanitizer Clorox wipes the basic things that a business is going to need revolt in Raleigh today protesters demanded North Carolina we open for business as covert nineteen deaths statewide jumped almost twenty percent overnight they want what.

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Paraglider rescued from California power lines

KYW 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Paraglider rescued from California power lines

"A paraglider spent three hours tangled up in power lines before being rescued in northern California unidentified man was trying to land at the Yuba county airport during a training exercise when he made contact with the lines and was left facing the ground with the wires is only support power was cut to the surrounding area for several hours while fire crews were able to free him Jim Chevy

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"jim chevy" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Original reporting I'm Jim Chevy it was sentencing day for Roger stone a former presidential confidante convicted of lying to Congress obstruction of justice and witness tampering he got forty months less than half what prosecutors had wanted there was no a motion on Roger stone space as judge Amy Berman Jackson sternly explain the factors that went into his sentencing and why the behavior was so criminal stone was convicted of lying to Congress over the wikileaks scandal obstruction of Congress and witness tampering addressing stone supporters who said it was a political prosecution judge Jackson said the house intelligence committee had every duty to investigate there was nothing phony about it bill Rakoff CBS news of US District Court Washington the president said today he believes stone will be exonerated does that mean a sentence commutation or pardon I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger has a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion the president today appointed Richard Grinnell an outspoken loyalist to be acting director of national intelligence this after he reportedly blew his top over two hearings held with house members where it was disclosed that Russian efforts are underway to interfere with this year's elections CBS's Catherine Herridge we were told that the president to sour on the current acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire I the TNI for those sort of outside the beltway is a very important job in terms of management and coordination and setting priorities and this is someone who oversees the sixteen intelligence agencies and then also this bureaucratic management system which is known as the director of national intelligence or trouble barely fill the information given during those hearings will give Democrats new ammunition against him still no verdict after three days of jury deliberations in the New York rape trial of Harvey Weinstein WCBS TV's Alice gainer ghostly silence.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Jim Chevy six candidates vying for the Democrats presidential nomination of than mixing it up on stage in Las Vegas the parties nine debate overall just wrapping up and the first one candidate Mike Bloomberg taking part let's go live to CBS's the vitamins well Jim the debate has just ended in this was the night where the candidates were in attack mode Bernie Sanders when after the newcomer Michael Bloomberg especially on Bloomberg's one time support of a controversial New York police policy Mr Bloomberg had policies in New York City of stop and frisk each one after African American and Latino people in an outrageous way Bloomberg responding calling Sanders on the like double another four years and there was plenty of back and forth involving the other four candidates warned booted judge biting and clover shore this is the last debate before the Nevada caucuses this weekend live at the democratic debate in Las Vegas the vitamin C. B. S. news has has become common during high profile events for the Democrats president trump was holding a political rally tonight in Phoenix you know I hear that in Nevada I'm hearing bad things about their vote count I hear a lot of bad things happening like they don't know what the hell they're doing holds caucuses this Saturday some of those held in Iowa which were of course marred by delayed in contested vote counts John route is out at the Pentagon pushed out by president trump he was a key official in the administration of military aid to Ukraine CBS's canning McCormick Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman wouldn't speculate on what was behind the president's decision the president has the the opportunity in the ability to have the team that he wants to have in policy positions throughout the federal government that's why we have political appointees in his resignation letter John rood said he was leaving at the president's request to delay an aide to Ukraine was at the heart of the impeachment case against president trump camming McCormick CBS news the Pentagon federal health officials in the U. S. accusing Japan of not doing enough to control the spread of that China corona virus on a cruise ship this quarantine just off its coast CBS is Nora o'donnell more cases of the new corona virus are confirmed on that cruise ship in Japan most of the American passengers have been flown home but there are more than six hundred and twenty confirmed cases on that diamond princess there are now more than seventy five thousand cases of the new corona virus worldwide more than twenty one hundred people have died a death reported at the Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans tonight a woman apparently run over by a float in tonight's parade CBS affiliate W. W. well reporting the woman was facing away from the fall when she was hit it happened near the midway point of that forty four flow parade the remainder of the parade had to be re routed this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and skip anybody notice to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Jim Chevy and at this hour six Democrats are on stage in Las Vegas for the candidates debate let's go live to CBS's the vitamins and Jim there's certainly additional interest in tonight's debate as a newcomer is joining the usual candidates former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg taking part in this first presidential debate Bloomberg is likely to be in the spotlight and also what target is five rebels are expected to go after him challenging certain policy positions he has taken in the past he is also likely to be accused of essentially trying to buy the nomination on this evening at least what happens in Vegas well not simply stay in Vegas live at the democratic debate in Las Vegas Steve Futterman CBS news of the post impeachment purge continued today with the ouster of the Pentagon's top policy official John rude he was involved in the release of military aid to Ukraine which became the focus of that impeachment CBS's we Jack he wrote a letter to the president and made it very clear that it was president trump who asked him to leave and that's why he was submitting his resignation act the president's request earlier today Hogan Gidley said that the decision was made by the department of defense and said there's some discrepancy there Democrats say is starting to look like the president has a vendetta against a series of officials surrounding his impeachment in a series of shootings in a small town outside of Frankfort Germany tonight CBS's Lana's Zach has the latest we say eight people have been shot and killed in the city of hung out at about twelve miles east of Frankfort it's unclear what led to the shootings but authorities say they are searching for suspects local media reports suggest that the attack took place at two separate locations one is said to be a hookah lounge when this is reportedly heard multiple gunshots and sell at least one person lying on the ground day two of jury deliberations in the New York rate trial Harvey Weinstein failing to get a verdict yet WCBS TV is Alice gainer is covering that trial the jury requested a read back of Rosie Perez's testimony she top actors Annabella skewers accusation they also asked for all written communications regarding ski aura a forensic psychiatrist power point presentation phone records between former ski or friend of Paul Felder and Harvey Weinstein and any communication with intelligence for black you some of the people.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WTOP

"With correspondent Jim Chevy it was deep critical vote of this impeachment trial whether to allow new witness testimony and documents as evidence correspondence even Portnoy the key vote on witnesses what is expected forty nine in favor fifty one against the motion is not agreed to top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer called it a grand tragedy America will remember this day unfortunately with the Senate did not live up to its responsibilities where the Senate turned away from truth and went along with a sham trial his counterpart Mitch McConnell said in a statement there was no need for the Senate to re open an investigation that the house chose to conclude a handful of Republican senators who voted against witnesses said in statements that even while they agreed with their leaders point they did find the president's conduct inappropriate Stephen Portnoy's CBS news Washington and a vote on a quibble is now expected on Wednesday corona virus declared a public health emergency in the United States in accordance with the declaration beginning at five PM eastern standard time Sunday February the second the United States government will implement temporary measures to increase our abilities to detect and contain the corona virus pro actively and aggressively secretary Alex ETS are foreign nationals other than immediate family of U. S. citizens and permanent residents who have traveled in China within the last fourteen days will be denied entry into the United States for this time US citizens returning from the corona virus hot zone will face fourteen days mandatory quarantine Britain's exit from the European Union is official parliament.

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Dating apps probed over use by minors and sex offenders

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Dating apps probed over use by minors and sex offenders

"Our dating sites doing enough to protect people Congress is investigating some popular dating services amid allegations they allow minors and sex offenders to use those services house investigators sense separate letters to the operators of various dating sites including bumble grinder tender match dot com and okay Cuban they want information on users ages procedures for verifying ages and any complaints about assaults rape or the use of the services by minors there are also concerns and while paid dating sites screen for registered sex offenders free dating sites do not Jim Chevy

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"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Reporting I'm Jim Chevy just ahead of a vote on allowing new witnesses and documents the impeachment trial of president trump if you're in questions from the senators today and tomorrow Mister Chief Justice I said the question to the dance a stream of questions submitted to Chief Justice John Roberts have the house managers met their evidentiary burden to support a vote of removal White House counsel Patrick Philbin and they have failed to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt failed even to prove it by clear and convincing evidence it comes as Democrats amplify their push for witnesses like John Bolton impeachment manager Adam Schiff there's no way to have a fair trial without witnesses Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House where a lawyer for the National Security Council is written Bolton's attorney warning him Bolton's manuscript contains significant amounts of classified information some of it top secret now the White House warns the book's publication could violate federal law the letter to Bolton is dated January twenty third the day after president trump told reporters he feared Bolton's testimony could pose a national security problem all through the trial president trump is get busy on other matters today it was signing the U. S. M. C. A. the north American trade deal to replace after we have replaced a disastrous trade deal that rewarded outsourcing with a truly fair and reciprocal trade deal that will keep jobs wealth and growth right here in America president made revamping nafta priority during his campaign nearly two hundred Americans were airlifted from Wuhan China to an airforce base in southern California where that will remain until the coronavirus infection is a reporter Sabrina cube the full evaluation will take three days and that will include taking test and flying those samples here to CDC in Atlanta doing the test and then getting the results back passengers will be checked twice a day for fever and symptoms and after three days if they have no symptoms and they will be allowed to go on home but they will continue to be monitored for the entire incubation period which is fourteen days trying to did update its death toll from corona virus to one sixty nine more than seven thousand confirmed cases now CBS is crisp and clean continues to cover that weekend helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight other Kobe Bryant's helicopter was only about three minutes from reaching the Cameri airport with nine aboard for its final flight in.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:02 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"With correspondent Jim Chevy the Senate impeachment trial of president trump entered a new phase today Q. NA Steve Dorsey reports Mister Chief Justice I sent a question to the desk through Chief Justice John Roberts senators are opposing their questions have the house managers met their evidentiary burden to support a vote of removal White House counsel Patrick filled in here they have failed in their burden of proof they have also failed on the log house manager Val Deming said the evidence is clear there was harm and there was style Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington with a vote on whether to admit witnesses likely on Friday Democrats have been upping the pressure on moderate Republicans to vote for new testimony they want to hear from and question former trump national security adviser John Bolton the trump administration meantime has been moving behind the scenes to shut down publication of Bolton's book I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House last week before he and his allies began discrediting the former national security adviser president trump explained why he wouldn't allow John Bolton to testify it's a national security problem now the White House has revealed it sent a letter to bolt and the next day warning him is yet to be published book contains significant amounts of classified information some of it top secret the report suggests Bolton's book corroborates the abuse of power impeachment charge against the president a planeload of around two hundred Americans who were in Wuhan China since the corona virus outbreak were flown back to the U. S. today and landing at March Air Force base in southern California and while they're not technically quarantine they remain under the close observation of medical personnel at least for a few days correspondent Carter Evans pictures taken during the fourteen hour flight show medical personnel and crew in protective gear and passengers wearing masks the one hundred ninety five on board were screened multiple times they were met by medical teams on the tarmac and escorted to barracks for voluntary observation Dr Kris rating is part of the CDC ground change how long will it take.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WTOP

"With correspondent Jim Chevy a wide ranging investigation is under way under the helicopter crash that killed in the a great Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and seven other people CBS is the farm hearing Calabasas crews continue the difficult task of recovering the nine bodies some of the bodies have been recovered but because of the location of the wreckage and a hard to reach area in steep terrain it is taking additional time the NTSB is here as well starting its investigation Kobe Bryant leaves a complicated legacy along with the NBA championships Olympic gold medals in an Oscar Bryant was also charged but never convicted of sexual assault and he later reached an out of court settlement with his accuser Steve Futterman CBS news Calabasas California the NBA postpone today's Lakers clippers game out of respect for the Lakers organization eight people are confirmed dead from an early morning fire that roared through boats docked at a Tennessee River marina in Jackson County Alabama the fire begin just after midnight well many people were sleeping on their boats fire chief G. necklaces the number of those killed in a raging boat dock infernal could rise as a search continues our primary objective remains to check every about every vessel everything we can check to ensure that we've accounted for all the victims some three dozen households were engulfed in a fire that investigators think started on shore many jumped into the frigid Tennessee River to escape the flames Jim chrysalis CBS news Scottsboro Alabama excerpts from an upcoming book by former national security adviser John Bolton shaking things up at the Senate impeachment trial of president trump CBS is Stephen Portnoy Utah senator Mitt Romney says he's one Republican who believes the president's former national security adviser would offer relevant testimony in the trial and he says he's not the only one I think it's increasingly.

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Switzerland makes world's smallest gold coin

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Switzerland makes world's smallest gold coin

"How do gold coin minted in Switzerland is one for the history books CBS correspondent Jim Chevy has the story Switzerland has meant in the world's smallest gold coins how small just over a tenth of an inch in diameter it weighs in at one five hundredth of an ounce Senate is gold so it's metal values about three Bucks but you won't get it for that switchman says just nine hundred ninety nine of these tiny coins have been struck and it will be selling them for about two hundred Bucks a piece that also get you a special magnifying glass so you can see what's printed on the coin Albert Einstein sticking

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"jim chevy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Jim Chevy the impeachment trial of president trump gets under way tomorrow correspondent Natalie brand has a preview Democrats say they need to hear from four current and former administration officials who have information about the decision to hold up funding for Ukraine we are going to demand votes yes Sir no upper down on the four witnesses we've requested and on the three sets of documents we requested president trump responded on Twitter saying they didn't want John Bolton and others in the house they were in too much of a rush now they want the mall in the Senate not supposed to be that way Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill no trouble reported from a rally of gun rights supporters that drew more than twenty thousand demonstrators to the Virginia capital I'm Jim crystal in Richmond Virginia the thousands of gun rights supporters who gathered outside the Virginia state capital wanted to send the message of the state's democratic leaders taking aim a gun legislation with these legislatures no we don't like what they're doing they're infringing on all right I think that's unfair and and dangers many of the protesters were armed with assault rifles and hand guns and more bright orange stickers reading gonna save lives federal health officials are gearing up special screening of visitors from China and several other Asian countries where an outbreak of a sars like disease has been reported CBS's rainy Inocencio reports from Wuhan China the epicenter of this viral outbreak people here are getting ready to make what's known as the world's biggest annual migration making nearly three billion trips to celebrate Chinese New Year and while the risk of U. S. outbreak is still low the CDC says it's something they're watching very carefully is marijuana Arista heart health CBS is doctor terra no ruler a review of data found smoking marijuana is linked with increased heart rate and blood pressure altered heart muscle and blood vessels an increased risk for abnormal heart rhythms with eleven states now legalizing recreational marijuana in vaping cannabis products becoming more popular doctors are sounding a note of caution the US stock market's been on fire for about a year now but is there a change in the offing CBS moneywatch reporter Naomi rock him the International Monetary Fund is downgrading its outlook for the global economy the IMF now forecasts growth of three point three percent for twenty twenty Hey down one tenth of a percent from its last estimate in October the fund's chief economist cited lower growth in emerging markets like India for its revised outlook the U. S. stock markets were closed today for Martin Luther king day global stocks were mostly lower investors booking profits from last week's rally before some key US earnings reports hit the street this.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Jim Chevy CBS news southern California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. an extensive a news radio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories at seven OO five a mysterious and potentially deadly virus in China is prompting screenings at LAX teachers who claim they were coated in jet fuel near LA acts are suing delta airlines but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the finance and here's my rugs to love delays on the four oh five north Boone and write about Morongo **** up into the past to get a stalled car third lane from the left it's busy before Culver and you get a small break but then you're hitting the brakes again because of a separate stalled car that's on the four oh five north and it's verbal center they're clearing that one out of the fourth lane from the left over the shoulder so traffic a little busy there before Skirball center in that traffic will stick with you in two of the north hills area finally let loose right house Nord off if you're taking the southbound side of the four oh five third of that crash at the ninety and Slawson about delays still from Santa Monica Boulevard then and stuff again from the one oh five two oh wrecking Carson writer Carson street that they're trying to get out of lanes looks like it's been off to the right shoulder now along with the highway patrol five self Bailando slow ride out of Burbank starting now before Burbank Boulevard to the one ten then again out of the east LA are changing in the sea it's a tough ride to the six so five northbound side of five still quite busy out of Norwalk starting and Rosecrans and you got a problem on IT Garfield that's for you get a crash clearing over to the right shoulder not helping your drive any into commerce if you're traveling through Long Beach on the seven ten south bound right at the ninety one a little late for this one but we're getting word of a Christmas tree dropped in traffic so that might cause very seven swerving and folks on the ninety one east man it's a slow ride off of the fifty seven on and off the brakes all the way into corona your next report one at seven fifteen Nov Arbor except for traffic forts were often can't extend seventy the news radio listener insisted was moved out of the area leaving us with clear skies tonight lows are mid forties drowned fifty in valleys getting down into the upper thirties for the.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Jim Chevy it was terrorism last month's fatal shooting of three Americans by a Saudi officer in training at the Naval Air Station Pensacola Florida the evidence shows that the shooter was motivated by to hottest ideology on Monday Attorney General William Barr said the justice department had determined that all SRAM Ronnie acted alone there's no evidence of assistance or pre knowledge of the attack by other members of the Saudi military or any other foreign nationals who were training in the United States twenty one cadets are none the less being sent home Barr said most had links to anti American media more than a dozen allegedly had some kind of contact with child **** however Barr said no additional criminal charges have been filed Hillary lane CBS news house expected this informal impeachment charges against president trump to the Senate this week and the impeachment trial should begin on the twenty first a week from tomorrow CBS news has learned that the White House does not expect there are enough G. O. P. votes to swiftly and the trial is gearing up for witness testimony CBS is bill right car Senate sources tell CBS news that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is told as Republican conference that each side will get twenty four hours to make their case that's about a week for each side after that it's expected there would be a vote on whether or not to call witnesses then all one hundred senators acting as jurors can ask questions but only by submitting them through Supreme Court justice John Roberts bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill the Houston Astros today fired team manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luna shortly after Major League Baseball suspended the two for a year following an investigation into cheating the use of cameras to steal signs during the Astros World Series winning twenty seventeen season and then again in twenty eighteen team owner Jim crane AJ on the bench and was aware if you read the report it's pretty clear AJ didn't endorse said and neither did job neither one of them started this but neither one of them did anything about it the team was also fined five million dollars and loses two first round and two second round draft picks it's the stiffest penalty that that any team is ever taken are forgiven and we accept that we're gonna move forward in a positive way MLB has also launched a similar investigation of the Boston Red Sox on Wall Street the Dow gained eighty three points to twenty eight thousand nine oh seven the nasdaq up ninety five now this prince Harry showdown with the queen lost Oscar nomination shockers why jail always call me when it's over coming up on the team the following is made possible by the basketball court dribbling.

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Bengals, Browns seasons got you down? Medical marijuana proposed as treatment

WBBM Morning News

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Bengals, Browns seasons got you down? Medical marijuana proposed as treatment

"Generates not easy being in Ohio and itself and what disappointing end to the Cleveland Browns offense so stressful after so many losing seasons and multiple coaches that the state medical board of Ohio we'll be considering whether being a fan of the Cleveland Browns or the beleaguered Cincinnati Bengals should qualify for medical marijuana use is one of twenty eight conditions submitted to board review along with related conditions like anxiety depression insomnia and panic attacks Jim Chevy CBS

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Past Jim Chevy CBS news CBS news time ten full time for a check of traffic and weather we do it together we go to the roads first an update on route four years John McLaughlin thank you Mike root for is still shut down on the westbound side over by Jones road in Inglewood there's a jackknife tractor trailers still in the process of clearing that one away we will of course keep you posted as to when that clears but had that's been there for quite some time and the delays continue into the area if you are going to be taking a trip over to the George it won't affect the inbound side the uptown so you may see some minor issues there right now though looks pretty good coming off the bridge Lincoln Holland tunnel doing well fiber seeing delays at the van Wyck going into our JFK airport by federal circle all lanes now subject to closure accident with injuries avoid that if you can if you are going to be heading over into JFK come from the westbound side of the belt parkway that will be the best bet for you or the eastbound side make sure you exit but not on the southbound side of the van Wyck west on the belt is slow as you get over toward guy R. brewer Boulevard to maybe a crash working there and south on the cross island approaching northern Boulevard there is a crash working see that wanna ways that's causing delays back toward bayside marina north down the beach you very slow into McGinnis humble three with construction in down on the go honest laser easing following an earlier crash north bound over on the turnpike in the car lanes there is a an accident off to the shoulder pushing interchange thirteen but it is still causing some backup art extravagant they listen to minutes on WCBS and out the weather forecast Michael sini I love this mild weather I have to agree it's pretty nice here overnight tonight don't expect it to get to.

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Marijuana Changes Heart Structure, New Research Reveals

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Marijuana Changes Heart Structure, New Research Reveals

"Well turns out that regular marijuana use and have some down sides CBS news correspondent Jim Chevy explain health experts have found another downside to marijuana use new research suggests regular use of pot can cause changes to the heart structure leading to a larger left ventricle which is the main pumping chamber of the heart chronic marijuana smokers show early signs of impaired heart function measured by how the fibers of the heart muscle deformed during contraction one good note in smokers within a large charge function improve when the patient quit using the

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New type of apple lasts in the fridge for a year

Brett Winterble

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

New type of apple lasts in the fridge for a year

"Researchers have developed a new apple that will taste great for up to a year CBS news Jim Chevy has the story who says technological breakthroughs don't grow on trees this one does it's the cosmic crisp an apple that lasts for up to a year in the

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Red, Red Wine Launches to Space Station for Science

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Red, Red Wine Launches to Space Station for Science

"Wine in space scientific purposes here and we check in with CBS newsman Jim Chevy laters cargo delivery to the international space station included a case of wine twelve bottles of a fine French red wine but not for drinking this is all about science the wine was sent a by election board based company for a study into how weightlessness and space radiation affect the aging process the wind will be in orbit for about a year before being sent back to earth for analysis Jim mission of the

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Trudeau: Climate and pipeline are priorities after election

WBBM Evening News

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

Trudeau: Climate and pipeline are priorities after election

"Canada's newly re elected prime minister Justin Trudeau campaign with a pledge to fight climate change but today he made it clear building an oil pipeline remains a priority no telling reporters his government will push ahead with the controversial transamerican pipeline from the Alberta oil sands of the Pacific coast saying it is in the national interest the pipeline would allow candid to vastly increase oil exports to Asia where the prices are higher Jim Chevy

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:53 min | 11 months ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Quicken loans I'm Jim Chevy of former Dallas police officer awaits her fade to amber Geiger convicted of murder in the shooting death the bottom John when she walked into his apartment thinking it was a wrong correspondent Omar via Frank you had sobbing on one side from guy your family ever got yourself was seen kind of shaking from the backside but for the for both in John's family there was more than a dozen here who came in from the island nation of St Lucia they were a different type of tears. Geiger faces up to ninety nine years in jail and the sentencing phase of the trial is underway right now Attorney General Washington we just hope that the jury remembers that this is an individual decision I make a mistake she intended to kill and we think that the sentence that they give her she should reflect secretary state Mike Pompeii responded to house Democrats impeachment demands today with a letter corresponding Kenny McCormick pale rights to the committee chairman that he's concerned some of the aspects of the committee's request could be an attempt to intimidate or even bully some state department officials he says he won't let that happen he complains that the committee hasn't given the state department another time to prepare and he argues any attempt to bar state department lawyers from the depositions would violate executive privilege and three top Democrats all committee chairman responded to Pompey was letter accusing him of trying to intimidate witnesses in the inquiry and stating that could constitute obstruction the US will be resuming nuclear talks with North Korea later this week I'm Alex Jensen in Seoul and a lot rides on this meeting booked for October fifth with preliminary contacted Dalia these working level talks though will really test president trump's commitment to what he only described as a new method because the risks of break down like in Hanoi last February if Pyongyang officials don't see some willingness to compromise now in its third week the UAW strike against General Motors has idled another plant this one in Mexico six thousand workers sidelights the lack of parts normally made in the US now prompting GM to idle it's big pickup truck plant in solo Mexico Mike robin heads an analyst with IHS market GM slough is is likely the most important to soda there was still running after the the strike in the United States the pickups made at the plant among GM's biggest profit engines GM is already idled an assembly plant in Ontario and parts plants in Canada and Mexico Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit UPS says it's been given the federal. go ahead to run a drone airline UPS flight forward is already operate more than a thousand drone flights delivering parcels in North Carolina get even fly those drones at night on Wall Street at the close the Dow down three hundred forty three points this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans found a better way to mortgage so you can focus on making your new house home rocket mortgage push button get mortgage.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm Jim Chevy the White House is denying reports that president trump is considering a cut in the payroll tax to get consumers spending more and get the economy firing on all cylinders CBS is Paula reads as follows several senior officials here at the White House all the night at a payroll tax cut is on the tables that suggests that it is Washington post reporter is true it's certainly the kind of discussion that is in its early stages but even yesterday economic adviser Larry Kudlow said that they are potentially considering tax cuts for Americans but he didn't specify what kind president Obama oversaw two year cut in the payroll tax in twenty eleven and twenty twelve to help the nation recover from that recession inspector general's report suggests isis is regaining strength in some areas CBS's canning McCormick the report claims ISIS was researching in Syria at a time when US forces were withdrawing and in a rocket said the group continues its insurgency secretary of state Mike Pompeii on CBS this morning it's complicated the they're certainly places for ISIS is more powerful today than they were three or four years ago you said the group's ability to conduct external attacks has been made much more difficult though the risk remains Cammy McCormick CBS news the Pentagon three more women have filed lawsuits against the half billion dollars state of Jeffrey obscene alleging they were victims of his sexual abuse CBS's bowling the contents of these lawsuits or or frankly they're a bit overwhelming one even alleges that following his two thousand eight conviction on child prostitution charges in Florida and steam used his work release program as a front for more sexual abuse just the small let's attorneys have gone to court in Chicago hoping to get the city's lawsuit thrown out the actor being sued for the cost of investigating his allegations that he was a victim of a racist and homophobic.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Real reporting I'm Jim Chevy parts of New York City where gridlock during the morning rush after police found three unattended rice cookers two of them in a subway station New York City is whatever goes on here and you'll you'll obey the rules are get out I six now police are looking for a person of interest the NYPD's John Miller by and large I think what you see here is the system that work counterterrorism control in the subway system quite as opposed to be alert public coming together assessing the scene bombs while got here very quickly was able to go through their procedures and determine that these items were not a physical threat Israel says it proves that Congress owner sheeted sleeve was more interested in supporting a Palestinian boycott and visiting with her elderly grandmother nickel Killian reports well Chris woman receded to leave so she will not go to Israel after all Israeli leadership decided Friday to allow to leave to visit her grandmother in the west bank as long as she promised not to discuss the boycott of Israel during her stay something to leave that initially agreed to do but in a tweet this morning she said I have decided that visiting my grandmother under these oppressive conditions stands against everything I believe in fighting against racism oppression and injustice as president trump really wanna buy green land for the United States aides say he was joking some say not one thing's for sure green land is not for sale CBS's even port on president trump wouldn't be the first American leader to expressed an interest in purchasing Greenland from Denmark Harry Truman trying to do it after World War two the giant arctic island is seen to have strategic importance vast natural resources but on word that Mr trump might be interested in an acquisition Danish politicians swiftly shut down the notion Greenland's foreign ministry said the territory is open for business but not for sale the president says he supports some gun controls but as the days tick down toward the Senate to return after Labor Day it's become clearer becoming clear just what he will support what he won't CBS Paula re listen in the last night's speech to supporters in New Hampshire no they're ongoing negotiations ongoing discussions between senior White House officials and the offices of several key lawmakers as they work to try to figure out what they could potentially coalesce around but right now we don't know what is the president's going to put forward but that speech gave us a clue there you have been focusing on gun purchasers purchasers on mental health and not necessarily the guns themselves on Wall Street right now the Dow is up two hundred seventy two points or just over one percent the nasdaq up one hundred thirty three or one point seven percent this is CBS news did you know you.

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"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim chevy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Correspondent Jim Chevy Jim is off I'm Pam Coulter was going through my mind as I want to get back in the building because it's so hot all right now I do not like the heat at all from Arizona to the nation's capital Americans are wilting and sauna like heat CBS news weather contributor Jeff Perry Delhi says it's triple digit misery temperatures in a lot of places basically two thirds of the country are going to be between a hundred a hundred fifteen degrees places like DC hundred ten Raleigh hundred ten a Philadelphia we think it's probably gonna spike to with feels like temperatures around a hundred sixteen plus degrees or so as many as six deaths may be due to the extreme heat in Arizona Arkansas and Maryland mayor bill de Blasio declared a state of emergency in New York City take this weather seriously we have not seen temperatures like this and at least seven years we haven't seen this many concentrated hot days in a long long time the US military says on arm surveillance aircraft in international airspace are monitoring the situation in the strait of poor moves after Ron sees two British oil tankers CBS is David Martin has more officials say both ships were bordered by members of Iran's revolutionary guard in order to steam into Iranian waters hijackings on the whole I see the manager of the Senate imperil ocean the tanker was approached by unidentified small craft and a helicopter doing transitive stratum four moves while the vessel was in international waters we are presently unable to contact the vessel which is heading north Georgia run with its crew of twenty three the second ship seized as the British operated oil tanker ms dog one of the tankers reportedly has been released.

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