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Eller scores, Capitals beat Bruins for 3rd consecutive win
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Carlson's 4 points, Ovechkin's goal lead Caps past Lightning
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"john carlson" Discussed on WTOP
"Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white Think red Et cetera march 19th welcome to the weekend everybody We've made it two 15 in the morning for Ike's turn Big win for the capitals coming back and beating Carolina in a shootout four to three Alexander Ovechkin scored the equalizer and then the game winning goal in the shootout as a cap state red hot fourth straight win John Carlson evgeny kuznetsov also goes for the caps who host Dallas on Sunday Wizards Claude from 15 down made it close in the end but lose 197 at the New York Knicks Kyle Kuzma almost will the wizard's backyard 18 points whiz of lost 6th grade host the Lakers on Saturday night NFL trade Houston Texans sending deshaun Watson the quarterback to Cleveland in return basically for three first round picks and Watson gets a guaranteed 5 year $230 million deal NCAA men's opening round continues Texas over Virginia tech 81 73 duke top and Cal state Fullerton 78 61 Iowa state beating LSU 59 54 the fourth street Illinois edges UT Chattanooga 54 53 to up to avoid the upset Illinois only led for 25 seconds in this game On the women's side Maryland rolls Delaware one O two 71 terps will get Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday Virginia tech Howard both losers spring training baseball Nats fall to the Marlins 8 three And longtime NFL Hall of Fame broadcaster and writer John Clayton has passed away Caps were winners wizards were losers of Frank and random Ethiopia sports All right thanks Frankie two 17 on WTO piece Saturday morning march 19th Welcome to the weekend everybody From the top stories we're following this Saturday morning at WTO at his first public appearance since the war began Vladimir Putin holding what he called a unity rally in a Moscow stadium this week students and employees of Russian state institutions were said to be ordered to attend Ukraine's interior minister says fires meantime caused by the relentless Russian brushes are a major problem right now He said this morning there's a desperate shortage of personnel and equipment to put out the fires In the meantime in time president Joe Biden here in the U.S. and Chinese president Xi Jinping spoke for nearly two hours on a video call on Friday is The White House tries to deter Beijing from providing any aid to Russia's invasion of Ukrainian including money And here at home Maryland's governor Larry Hogan assigned to measure this week to suspend Maryland's gas tax of 36 on a gallon for a month A WTO reporter has seen prices drop already at some stations this week Say what WTO fee for more on these developing stories in the medicine ahead where the time now is.
Ovechkin ties game, scores in shootout as Caps top 'Canes
"Washington for Alex so vets can scored the lone goal in the shootout lived in the capital city for three road win over the Carolina hurricanes trailing two one after the first period Carolina got back to back goals from Vincent Trocheck and Seth Jarvis to put the hurricanes ahead three to two in the third period VetScan scored on the power play with five all four remaining in the game to tie the score and force extra time it was a Vatican's thirty ninth goal of the season defenseman John Carlson said events can can always be counted on been there in a long time and I think everyone expects him to to spring loose and showcases Townson is shot Jarvis scored two goals for Carolina well believe anti rock to me thirty seven saves in the loss Dennis **** valley North Carolina
Carlson comes up big in Caps' 4-3 shootout win over Ducks
"John John Carlson Carlson scored scored the the game game winning winning goal goal in in the the shootout shootout and and also also tied tied the the game game late late in in the the second second period period as as the the capitals capitals went went on on to to be be the the docks docks for for the the three three Tom Tom Wilson Wilson and and Carl Carl Haglund Haglund scored scored goals goals for for Washington Washington who who are are now now to to own own one one on on their their four four game game homestand homestand for for haggling haggling it it was was his his first first of of the the season season for for Wilson Wilson it it was was career career goal goal number number one one hundred hundred it's it's obviously obviously nice nice to to get get there there it's it's a a really really hardly hardly even even heard heard the the historical historical so so lucky lucky to to have have a a lot lot of of good good teammates teammates given given me me a a good good looks looks and and the the nascent nascent yeah yeah it's it's cool cool good good girl girl or or the the ducks ducks got got goals goals from from Josh Josh Manson Manson Sonny Sonny Milano Milano and and Vinny Vinny look look Terry Terry Ilya Ilya Samsonov Samsonov made made thirty thirty one one saves saves in in the the win win Craig Craig heist heist Washington Washington
Ovechkin ties Hull for 4th all-time; Caps down Sabres 5-3
"Our service can scored his seven hundred forty first career goal and set up two others as the capital's defeated the Sabres five three of that can tide Brad hall for fourth on the all time goals list it's nice to be in that company you know it's a pretty big numbers so we just move on obviously it's it's nice to be tied back to the hospital also a couple games left Tom Wilson added two goals and Evgeny Kuznetsov contributed his ninth tenth eleventh assist for the caps karmic Michael and John Carlson also scored and VTech vantage check made twenty saves for the capitals Cody Eakin Anders Bjork and Colin Miller scored for the sabers who suffered a fifth consecutive defeat I'm Dave Ferrie
Kuznetsov lifts Capitals past Islanders 1-0 in shootout
"After sixty minutes of scoreless regulation hockey and then another five scoreless three on three the capitals finally put things away in the shoot out and beat the islanders one to nothing Anthony Beauvillier got the aisles on the board first in the shoot out but Washington bounced right back with a tally from Nicklas Backstrom then the winner from again you could not solve but with twenty six saves in the shutout caps defenseman John Carlson says Ilya Samsonov was the real star of the game now aren't just good saves ever great saves every time they did break through us and now that was that was the difference send me on very long bug was also solid making twenty eight saves for the aisles while you guys
Ovechkin scores 2, Capitals beat Flyers 6-3
"Alex so that you could score twice in the capital's expanded their lead in the east division by downing the flyers six three overage in at seven hundred thirty regular season goals one behind Marcel Dionne for fifth on the all time list John Carlson set up four goals as the caps moved four points ahead of the islanders Dmitry Orlov said getting his nets off Conor Sheary and Anthony Mantha also scored to support him sold off who stopped twenty two shots with Allison got the flyers within four three in the third period before the caps won for the fourth time in five games I'm Dave Ferrie
Barzal has 3 goals, 2 assists as Islanders beat Capitals 8-4
"Matt Barr Zell had a hat trick and two assists in the islanders eight four romp over the capital's Jordan Everly scored twice as the aisles approve to fourteen one and two at home and beat the caps for the first time in four tries this season it's ME on Varlamov made twenty two saves for New York improving to eighty three and one in his last twelve games while allowing only thirty goals over that span Brock Nelson Casey Cizikas and Josh Bailey also scored for New York well John Carlson tallied twice for Washington both the islanders and penguins pulled into a first place tie with the capitals in the east division I'm Dave Ferrie
Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals hold on to beat Philadelphia Flyers
"Scores twice, including an empty netter with under a minute left that makes them breathe a little easier, Nick tells NBC Sports Washington. I think we need to do a better job of basically stepping on teams an accident in the game there, but you've got great goaltending. Let's back this up, and I think we've done a good enough job of getting herself. How could lead and But yeah, that's not gonna cut it Come later in the season, eh? So what? We'll figure that out, though. John Carlson also scores a goal for his 5/100 career NHL point caps have won seven of eight men's college hoops conference tournament time delivers an upset in a near shocker. Big East Quarterfinals
Ovechkin scores No. 715 to lift Capitals past Flyers 5-3
"The capital scored a pair of goals about the first and second periods only five three win over the flyers Washington to the one of the first period lead on a goal by Alexander will that's given the Lafayette tied the game on a power play goal by Travis correctly the capital's regained the lead on a goal by Connor Shuri John Carlson in the three one of the second period became for one late in the period on a goal by nic Dowd who also closed the scoring in the third period with an empty net goal Ivan Provorov and Scott Laughton also scored for the flyers Michael long ago Philadelphia
T.J. Oshie scores twice, Capitals come back to beat Devils
"Alex Loveridge kids power play goal with four oh four remaining lifted the caps past the devils for three of its games tally gave Washington a four two lead but New Jersey got within a goal with Nikita Gusev B. Craig Anderson with eleven point nine seconds left T. J. Oshie scored twice to end his nine game goal drought yeah it's been a while it it felt nice to see one hit the back of the net there and hopefully I can put myself more positions to to get some shots on net and and find something it's more goals John Carlson had a third period goal was the caps won for just the third time in eight games New Jersey got goals from Andreas Johnsson and Jack Hughes before blowing a two one lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Schultz scores in final minute, Capitals beat Islanders 3-2
"Justin Schultz scored with twenty six seconds left to go in regulation to snap a two all tie as the capitals went on to beat the islanders three to two Schultz who had an assist in the game beat goalie Semyon Varlamov on a wrister from the right circle the goal came after the capitals got just one shot off on a five minute power play capitals head coach Peter Laviolette says he likes the way his team stayed on the attack our best game in the sense of staying in the offense of his own and not says only you want to be in generating opportunity guys had a mindset that they were gonna deliver parts tonight and some good things happen from it John Carlson out a power play goal and an assist for the capital's Daniel Sprong also scored Craig hi used Washington
First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed in Washington
"Asian giant hornet that invaded the U. S detected here in our state a few months ago in Markham County there last week confirmation, of course, the nest found they plan to eliminate it. And they did now, the question. To find a queen in that is there more queens are more nests by the size of a basketball contained an estimated 100 to 200 Hornets. Lot of beekeepers around Puget Sound. I know what many musicians for Bee keepers some radio people. Todd Meyers is the environmental policy director of Washington Policy Center. He's a beekeeper. He shared some knowledge and everything he's been looking at here with their murder Hornet. And talked with talk show host John Carlson of our sister station 5. 70. K V. I. He started the conversation with the capture of the live be where they used the dental floss to tie a tracer device to it. So as a flew back to the nest. Yeah, So you talked about them, tying the transmitter. There is a photo of the person who was doing that with bare hands. Squeezing the hornet on and tying it on. Just for context. If my bees decide they're grumpy at me, and I get stung about 100 times. It will be very unpleasant. But I will live. Um The Asian giant Hornet. If you get stung 5 to 10 times, it will kill you. So that gives you a sense of how dangerous they are. And so you know, whoever is being paid to hold on to one of these with their bare hands and tie on the transmitter. Is brave and probably not being paid enough. So that gives you a sense of the challenge of not just finding them, but then eradicating them because they are very dangerous. Okay. They're about twice the size of a normal hornet. Where they native to because there aren't native to here. There They are called the Asian giant Hornet. For a reason. They come from China. They're in Japan on DH. They we suspect that they came over on some sort of agricultural shipment where they hit out. The first ones were actually found on Vancouver Island near Victoria on DH. Then they have spread and so they were found in Watkins County. Andrei, Let me ask you this flat out. If they didn't get them all. And the murder. Hornets survives. What changes Ah one people need to be more careful nest because they're very dangerous beekeeper who will have to figure out a way to protect Their hives. So they come up with strategies. You know, Like I said, this in Japan and elsewhere for a while, and so there are strategies to deal with him. In fact, State Department of Agriculture talked with lots of people in Japan who have dealt with these toe learn how to deal with them here, But things will change for people and for, um Beekeeper's so But I also think you know that that we will learn how to more effectively fight them and eradicate them. So, um I think we're just We may be just the beginning. But like I said, they've learned a lot in doing this and how to be effective and hopefully they can get more effective time. Couldn't they wipe out Washington's bee population, which has already faced several threats and has, you know managed to prevail. But would wouldn't murder Hornets me? Aren't they? Like you know an invasive thiss fish species? Sometimes you know that that can do terrible damage to native born. Yeah, there's there's no doubt that it's one more threat. I would say at this point, it's still just a threat. The other thing is that I think the University of Washington maybe Washington University, rather was a great beekeeping program, did a model and found that their range would really be sort of along the coast. Down to mid organ wouldn't go beyond that. Because the habitat is just not suited for them in the climate and other things like that, so they are very serious problem, But it's not at least from their modeling doesn't indicate that it would even go to the whole state or the whole country. And and I should point out that they don't pollinate. They don't make honey, right. I mean, you know, like yellow jackets and things like that, that occasionally I see a dead bees on the front of my hive. Yellow jackets have come and killed. So it's It's a similar sort of thing.
"john carlson" Discussed on KOMO
"News 1000 FM. 97 7. Good afternoon 1 31 from the Coma 24 hour news Center. I'm Jeff Pooja will. Here's what we're following the Queen Old Indian nation along the Washington coast. Is closing its reservation to Rive visitors. The reservation in Grays Harbor and Jefferson counties reported its first covert 19 case last week, which required some households to enter a 14 Day quarantine period. Closure will run through September. 6th 40 new cases of Corona virus have been confirmed in Whitman County, the home of Washington State University. This comes after we first told you that the school reported a substantial increase in the number of Corona virus cases among students. At least one case was tried to tie to a fraternity or sorority online classes start today and ws you suspected cover. 19 cases have forced the closure of three King County Library's more from Como's Frank Lindsay. There have been suspected covert 19 cases, among at least to King County Library staff members, according to the Seattle Times. And when there are that many within 14 days, library protocols require 72 hour closures. So employees of the Kent Bellevue and Valley View libraries have been told not to come to work until Tuesday. Ah, Library spokesperson says there's no danger to the public. The libraries have only allowed for no contact pickups and drop offs for books during the pandemic. And once materials heir returned their isolated for at least three days before someone else can check them out again, while the library's closed book drops and curbside pick ups will not be available. Frank Lenzi Cuomo News Letters from businesses from business owners across the nation, including here in Washington, have proven influential in helping governors decide how to reopen states. Most Gerwin Haig has more emails provided by governors to The Associated Press. Tell the story In Washington, for example, emails from Governor Jay Inslee's office show landscapers, dog walkers and carwash operators. All had a role in the rules affecting their businesses. Lance Odor. Matt, vice president of Brown Bear Carwash in Seattle has been especially vocal, not a reckless cos We don't want to put anybody in danger. We know howto operate our business safely order. Matt spoke to John Carlson on our sister station K V I in May around the time he provided the insulin administration with a detailed plan for safely reopening his car washes. We're as safe as anywhere in one store any Starbucks drive through anything. Bastard restaurant like that was far safer. Now older, Matt tells the AP when the governor released his re opening strategy. Ah, lot of the guidelines seemed to come directly from odor mats plan. Car washers are now allowed to operate in counties that qualify for Phase one. Korwin. Hey, HQ. Momo News. Come on news time 1 34. That means it's time to get a check of roads And by and large things look pretty well out there on this afternoon. It's like though we're having some delays.
"john carlson" Discussed on WTOP
"Winning streak this year were long losing streak, so it seems like we're maybe not playing the best baseball at all times, but I see glimpses ofthe that mean there's some games your offense comes out, puts up a bunch of runs and hits and maybe some days where the pitching's out there, but hopefully I think the deeper that this goes even though it is 60 games. Hopefully, guys we're coming in going to be more consistent, and that's really all we want. Meanwhile, Steven Strasbourg has been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in his pitching hand, It will require either surgery arrest either way. Finishing the season appears to be in doubt. The Orioles have come back to Earth, now six straight defeats after falling to the Red Sox 85 hockey. The last two Stanley Cup champs have been eliminated back to back Vancouver, finishing off ST Louis 62. A day after the Capitol suffer their second straight first round exit. Those defenseman John Carlson, still believe the caps of a Stanley Cup run in their future. I think we got some incredible talent. I think we have some young guys that could really bring it and I think there's a lot of good days ahead for this team. The Flyers air headed to the second round for the first time in eight years after edging the Canadians three to D. C United played the was scoreless tie. It's Cincinnati while the mystic Spell and overtime to Dallas 101 92. Jonathan Warner, GOP sports Coming up after traffic and weather in area school system is moving forward with plans to get new schools without being responsible for building them. I'm Mike Murillo, 7 47. Fall is the busy season for gutter helmet leaves and debris really take a toll on your gutters beat the fall rush called Gutter Helmet before the end of August. Hi, It's Chris Core gutter helmet is going into its 40th year protecting homes in our area. So this month they're offering hundreds of dollars off their system with an additional 10% off.
"john carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good morning I'm John Carlson Florida reported nine thousand coronavirus infections on Thursday smashing Wednesday's record of five thousand it's another indication measures to stop the virus is spread have fallen short in Florida in Washington DC the emancipation memorial in Lincoln Park has caused a generational rift between older black DC residents who want the statue to stay and younger residents also this weekend is the fiftieth anniversary of the pride parade in New York City which took place a year after the Stonewall uprising of nineteen the celebration is virtual this year it's Saturday June twenty seventh twenty twenty stay tuned the new system live from NPR news on Giles Snyder president trump has issued an executive order to protect monuments and statues as protesters in the nation's capital vandalize statues of those linked to the country's racist beginnings impairs Davis which reports the order issued Friday calls on the Attorney General to prosecute to the fullest extent any person or group that destroys our vandalized the monument memorial or statute federal law sets the maximum prison sentence for wilful injury of government property at ten years trump's order also threatened state and local law enforcement agencies that fail to protect monuments with the loss of federal funding earlier this week protesters in DC used ropes and chains in an attempt to tear down the statue of president Andrew Jackson trump tweeted Friday that he had scrapped plans to spend the weekend at his New Jersey home and instead stay in Washington to make sure quote law and order is enforced Dave Mister H. N. P. R. news the FBI is going to hate crime investigation of Madison Wisconsin nineteen year old Althea Byrne Steen is biracial she is told police she was burned early Wednesday when a group of white men threw what is believed to be the lighter fluid Attar and ignited it I haven't really stopped I don't really have an update so it's just I don't want anyone to ever feel if this happened a few blocks from a violent protests at the state capitol burned scene says she was stopped at a red light with her driver's side window down at the time authorities say she will need additional medical care Facebook will start putting warning labels on inflammatory polls by public figures including president trump and Pierre Chambon reports it's a big departure for the social network CEO mark Zuckerberg previously criticized Twitter for labeling a tweet by president trump that broke Twitter's rules when trump posted the same thing on Facebook the company took no action now is doctor Burke says Facebook like Twitter will label posts that violate its rules but are allowed to remain on the social network because they are considered newsworthy Facebook will also ban a wider category of hateful content in ads including those targeting immigrants the changes come as advertisers are boycotting Facebook to pressure the company to crack down on hate speech the boycott got a big boost on Friday when Unilever the maker of dove soap said it would not advertise on the platform for the rest of the year Shannon bonds NPR news San Francisco a federal judge has ordered all children held at detention centers where immigrant families are held to be released citing the spread of the corona virus C. order applies to kids held.
"john carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC I'm John Carlson in an unprecedented move the MTA close the subways from one o'clock to five o'clock this morning that was in order to do extensive cleaning of trains and stations and the agency is expecting to continue doing that for every night for however long the pandemic goes on for instead of trains writers are being directed to buses and the homeless are being removed as well with the assistance of social workers and police W. in my see transportation reporter Stephen nascent went out early this morning to witness the shut down and he joins us now by Skype Hey Steven the morning sun so where were you this morning and what was the shut down like where you work I was at the Coney Island Stillwell Avenue terminal I got there around midnight nearly an hour before the shutdown and already there were dozens of police officers everywhere on platforms at the turnstiles on trains they're also nearly as many on house people in various conditions as well from people should listen confused to fairly well organized but also confuse that they had to leave her police and a small handful of social workers are explaining to them that the station was closing and asking them if they want to go to a shelter or hospital some people took one of those or none as one o'clock drew near and the last trains pulled in the police were more assertive that getting people off trains I don't see any arrests or ticketing though but a lot of folks that didn't move along fast enough heard that you're splitting Clank of a metal flashlight hitting a subway pole increase archer them off and then the police put up pink tape at the turnstiles drag barricades in front of the entrances and that was it subway service is closed for the night so you just spoke a lot about the the homeless situation people being moved out of the stations can you talk about the cleaning I mean that was the point of this whole thing right what I saw was what they've been doing every day since the pandemic began more or less using a spray bottle some whites and elbow grease with another reporter out last night Jake often hurts was in lower Manhattan and he saw the same thing I think what's different about the cleaning now is that workers aren't cleaning around homeless people who refuse to leave the train so they can do a more thorough job when the train to get to the yard and a parked overnight that's a look at the more thorough scrubbing we're told about but the trains I thought Coney Island we're just getting a surface wipe on the benches in polls gives you did send video around to the media that showed workers and hazmat suits spring down trees at ninety sixth street hi N. as you've been reporting subways were shut down on very short notice governor Cuomo ordered the MTA last week to come up with the plan in just one day so now that you see this all go down how did it go and what happened all the riders who rely on that overnight service well I didn't run into any essential workers in Coney Island trying to get home but there were a handful of people who showed up on aware that the subways were closing or had no idea how to get home like this man I spoke with who actually works for the MTA didn't want his name used because of that but she was frustrated that amidst all the chaos of closing it down there is no actual information about how to actually get home nobody's standing around the wrecked in anybody telling me what sorry what boss how to get home everybody everybody is so busy right now nobody thought it means nobody's been in the office take this bus it is both of his boss and it's true I didn't see any signs there was a ticket booth agent advising people one writer another person was told there's a shuttle bus to Manhattan but another anti worker told him there wasn't and that he needed to take three different bosses the M. C. admits this is very much a work in progress they're adding express buses and more buses to the typical evening routes to cut down on wait times they also have a program in which riders can get one free taxi ride at night that's for people whose commute takes more than an hour and twenty minutes or would require more than two transfers one MTA gadfly who works at the Amazon warehouse on Staten Island had trouble all night signing up for this program but after tweeting about his issues he says he got help from the president of New York City transit herself most new Yorkers don't get access like that help and she did get a card to work he tells me but it's not clear yet how many people qualified to got Texas last night Sarah Myers the chief customer officer at the MTA wrote that booking cars for writers is quote an action that goes against every bone in my body but we are doing it tomorrow so in the last few seconds that we have here Stephen obviously we don't know how long the pandemic is gonna last for but do we have any idea how long the shutdown it is going to last the MTA won't say when it will and that it's up to health professionals to determine when it's safe but the shutdown is only made possible with an incredibly beefed up police presence more than a thousand police are now guarding stations for four hours every night across the city the NYPD says it will assess the situation in one week that's W. MIC's Steven Nissen thanks so much David thank you W. NYC supporters include Cary institute of ecosystem studies working at the intersection of ecology urbanization and public health to advance science based strategies that make cities more equitable and sustainable more at C. A. R. Y. institute dot org holder people are facing long term isolation as this moment resurfaces concerns about how we treat our aging population we live in an incredibly ageist country there is some fear amongst the older adult community that we will go back to ignoring.
"john carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Available at Lemelson dot org this is WNYC good morning I'm John Carlson with a look at our weather forecast there's a possibility of some rain this morning it'll be cloudy this morning to gradually clearing up by the afternoon though high near sixty one today for tonight should be mostly clear with lows in the mid forties and look at a weekend here rain tomorrow Saturday probably in the afternoon the high reaching fifty three tomorrow tomorrow night more rain with lows in the mid forties by Sunday rain in the morning by the afternoon though should be cloudy with a high near fifty six I never played it on the next science Friday how you can help track where the corona virus is breaking out my data you collect is so important to fighting a pandemic plus lots of talk about treatments what research is there to support the use of these various medical options will fact check your news feed on the next science Friday from W. NYC studios this afternoon at two on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC this week's on the media we are awash in messages but some messengers are more effective than others ventilators ventilated ventilators we need thirty thousand meanwhile some media outlets choose not to air the president's press briefings live and media critics ponder what's the right balance between good information and all information all that and more on this week's on the media from W. NYC tonight at eight on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep what would it take for some parts of this country to re open president trump has been pushing that question this week you remember.
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"Highway five twelve it's on the right shoulder but there is still a backup from Bridgeport way causing some slowing through that area our next public traffic at seven fifty four the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk calmer weather good evening arts Sanders mostly clear tonight lows in the mid thirties tomorrow mostly sunny highs lower sixties Saturday sunny little cooler upper fifties mostly cloudy on Sunday upper fifties the Monday and Tuesday cloudy with a chance of rain in the mornings rain likely in the afternoon hours highs near fifty mostly sunny again Wednesday a chance of rain highs lower fifties Thursday mostly cloudy chance rain the morning rain likely by afternoon high near fifty overnight lows around forty that's your latest weather from the Carmel forecast team well we all hear the words guaranteed all the time I know I expect the products they purchase to meet their claims especially when it comes to products in our home so when I find one that exceeds those expectations I want you to know about it it's John Carlson here for seal team one seal team one treated and sealed our slate floors the results are super because they've been treated and sealed the right way but don't take just my word on it listener Julie wrote what a difference in our travertine floors they look beautiful and the staff at seal team one made it all so easy they were professional and friendly paid attention to every detail we are so pleased in the results from granite marble limestone travertine tile and grout seal team one can also treat exterior walkways papers and even drive ways just call two oh six five oh eight oh four oh two for your free estimate and for a limited time get ten percent off stone cleaning and sealing up to five hundred Bucks that's two oh six five oh eight oh four oh two or at seal team one dot net forward slash radio runs women only physician consultation only available at the position determines prescriptions appropriate subscription required see website for full details and would seek information Hey guys good news the outrageously expensive a little blue pill is now generic.
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"As construction has the roadway reduced to just one lane south of north east still water hill road and traffic is being alternated through in each direction our next couple traffic at seven twenty four the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk couple whether good evening arts Sanders breezy tonight cloudy slight chance of rain overnight lows in the lower forties tomorrow patchy morning fog otherwise partly sunny with a slight chance of rain highs near fifty Thursday a chance of rain in the morning then partly sunny highs around fifty rain at times Friday mid forties and Saturday rain and snow likely in the morning mostly cloudy with a chance of rain by afternoon mid forties Sunday sunny lower forties and overnight lows in the thirties that's your latest weather from the Carmel forecast team well we all hear the words guaranteed all the time I know I expect the products they purchase to meet their claims especially when it comes to products in our home so when I find one that exceeds those expectations I want you to know about it it's John Carlson here for seal team one seal team one treated and sealed our slate floors the results are super because they've been treated in sealed the right way but don't take just my word on it listener Julie wrote what a difference in our travertine floors they look beautiful and the staff at seal team one made it all so easy they were professional and friendly paid attention to every detail we are so pleased in the results from granite marble limestone travertine tile and grout seal team one can also treat exterior walkways papers and even drive ways just call two oh six five oh eight oh four oh two for your free estimate and for a limited time get ten percent off stone cleaning and sealing up to five hundred Bucks that's two oh six five oh eight oh four oh two OR AT seal team one dot net forward slash radio you are not a generic human men your body is not generic every man has a unique physical makeup this is why generic pills and supplements don't work for many men who suffer.
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"Slash NPR this is WNYC good morning I'm John Carlson with a look at our weather forecast rain is possible today probably in the afternoon otherwise it'll just stay mostly cloudy today warm too high sixty two degrees wind gusts up to thirty one miles an hour for tonight rain is a good possibility mostly before eleven o'clock the clowns will blow away overnight we'll have a look about forty four this evening for tomorrow Wednesday sunny high fifty six on Thursday partly sunny high near fifty three degrees on the next fresh air the room which is short the real drag race will talk with RuPaul who brought drag into the mainstream with his reality competition series RuPaul's drag race which just started a new season and jazz critic Kevin Whitehead will have an appreciation of pianist McCoy Tyner who died Friday join us weekdays on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC Tuesday big decisions for voters we have the support of virtually every major grass roots organization bring the party together another day of voting for Democrats what does it mean for delegates envoy to derail the one that's next time on the take away weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm no well king good morning worries about the corona virus are hitting the global economy hard and across industries think about all the empty flights canceled.
Islanders keep Ovechkin at 698 goals, beat Capitals 5-3
"Anthony both really a score two goals while Josh Bailey and Brock Nelson each had three assists to help lead the islanders to a five three win over the capitals the islanders of one four of their last six while the capitals of dropped two straight giving up twelve goals in the process well really a says the islanders got a lot of energy from a fast start you can find your life when you get points early in I thought we as a group just did a good job just sticking with it and falling a game plan then write things on there TJ Oshie and John Carlson scored for the capitals Alex events can remains at six hundred ninety eight goals Thomas grace made twenty five saves to Ernest sixteenth when Craig heist Washington
Manchester Storm's Zach Sullivan reveals bisexuality 'to help others'
"The pond. Defensemen defensemen Zach Sullivan of the Manchester Storm in business. All League the elite Ice Hockey League over in the United Kingdom. He came out as bisexual and he's believed to be the first ever ever pro hockey player to play while he is out. I will read his tweet here. quote with this being the first ee. Ihl Pride weekend. I feel now is the best time time to speak out about what I've known for many years. I have battled with mental health problems over this this issue and with the support understanding and acceptance from my family friends and teammates. I finally feel ready to say. I'm bisexual I have never been more proud to wear Jersey before especially one that celebrates all gender identities and sexualities end
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"The card this is W. NYC on John Carlson should be partly cloudy through daybreak with temperatures in the mid thirties wind chills between thirty and thirty five today Monday we could see some flurries in the morning otherwise partly sunny today highs in the mid forties Winchell's today anywhere between thirty and forty degrees W. NYC FM HD New York coming up after the news on the BBC world service it's hard to work with me Stephen sacker it is seventy five years since Russian forces liberated the **** death camp at Auschwitz the very word and we're St still has a uniquely horrifying residence it was where the **** industrialized the genocide of European Jewry with evil precision my guest today men do Hornacek is one of the remaining aus troops survive this we will March to be stripped naked our hash table and to reach out to with a number for them we had no name they were given address and a panel wouldn't call because but no one way that's men do horning on hot talk after the news hello this is David Austin with the BBC news China has stepped up efforts to block the spread of the.
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"Sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda well it's twelve forty five let's see what George Wallace says sorry mark some upsets at the Australian Open that's what I've got for you American cocoa Goff becomes the youngest player in the professional era to eliminates the reigning women's champ she beats number one they owe me a sock a six three six four in the third round today he's also the youngest player to be the top five opponent editore level match since American Jennifer Capriati did back in nineteen ninety one of the age of fifteen Serena Williams a loser in straight sets this morning Roger Federer five set winner at the Australian Open Tiger Woods set to tee off in moments with the S. three back after a sixty nine yesterday the wizards win on the second of a back to back last night be Cleveland by twelve thirty six for Bradley Beal capitals TJ Oshie John Carlson brain hoping and head coach Todd Riordan taking part in the twenty twenty NHL all star weekend in Saint Louis starting with today's NHL all star skills competition college football news LSU and head coach ed Orgeron grant a six year contract extension worth forty two million dollars what happened when you happens when you win a national championship and Eli manning officially calls it a career press conference today after sixteen seasons in New York it's rare to have the privilege of playing an entire career with one organization I'm proud to be one of the few but even more so that it was as a giant any announcement today that no giant player will ever wear the number ten again wells to be to be sports all right George we've got traffic in your weekend weather forecast straight ahead twelve forty seven Theresa could barely walk for fifteen years she been collecting different insoles from drugstores in question from the internet nothing seemed to help the player fasciata center feed when Tracy came into the good feed store we took an impression of her feet and measure arches to find where the pressure wasn't evenly distributed next we had to do a simple balance test her eyes widened to reset immediately knew these were nothing like the flimsy drugstore products this was a lifetime product the structure with precision she had total balance in fifteen years of pain went down the drain years later I still see Theresa because she sends everyone she knows to the good feed store hi I'm Jonathan Cahn then I would just like to recess suffering from plantar fasciitis but then I tried good feet arch support and I was so impressed.
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"Engineering firm Siemens for calling on the company to back away from a coal mining project in Australia citing the impact of emissions from coal fired power plants on global warming the company's bidding to supply signaling systems for the and Donnie mine Wall Street is coming off another day of record highs the Dow added two hundred twelve point yesterday to close at twenty eight thousand nine fifty seven the nasdaq rose seventy four to finish above ninety two hundred for the first time I'm David Mattingly NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the sy Syms foundation since nineteen eighty five supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a fairer more just society more information is available at size Sims foundation dot org this is W. when my sis good morning I'm John Carlson with a look at our weather forecast we could see some light rain this morning otherwise it should be mostly cloudy today it'll be warmer than what we see high near fifty three degrees this afternoon with wind chills between thirty and forty degrees tonight more light rain is possible patchy fog after midnight cloudy skies tonight low forty nine tomorrow Saturday it'll be even warmer we could see some rain areas of fog today mostly cloudy to the high reaching about sixty one degrees tomorrow afternoon on the next all of it we will hear from the claims cellist my adviser to reimagine David always final album Blackstar a symphonic piece hello a run down of the best apps organizing to productivity to kick off the new year get you through twenty twenty I'm Alison Stewart joining for all of it three days on the next time on the New York radio hour has Silicon Valley changed since all the revelations about the world social media companies I think people are really reluctant to relinquish this narrative of being underdogs of being innovators of just trying to experiment and make the world better tech writer in a week next time on the New York radio our tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Steve Inskeep what really brought down a passenger plane after takeoff from Tehran while leaders of multiple nations say they think they.
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"Long live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm too ugly psych hotel the president is in Palm Beach Florida for the holidays earlier via satellite he called to thank U. S. service members from each branch and after this reporters asked about North Korea president trump said north Korea's leader Kim Jong one may be planning to give Tim a nice present for Christmas as opposed to a missile launch recently killing young said it's Christmas gift to the US will depend on Washington's actions over nuclear talks have been stalled since February of this year Boeing is hoping to restore the confidence of federal regulators after suspending production of at seven thirty seven Max just last week and announcing on Monday that new CEO David Calhoun will take over in mid January and peers Jim zarroli says Calhoun faces two huge problems first he's got to get the seven thirty seven MAX up in the air again and it's not clear when that's going to happen because as long as the plane is grounded Boeing is losing billions of dollars I mean it has thousands of these jets on back order and I can't sell them but he's also got a restore Boeing's reputation with the regulators and shareholders and and the and the public that's an peers generally reporting the US Geological Survey is reporting that a magnitude six point two quake struck central Colombia today centered about ninety miles south of Bogota its capital meanwhile el Salvador's reporting it's for the earthquake this week as Maria Martin reports one writer called north and Central America the land of the shaking earth it's located on what's called the Pacific Rim of fire were some ninety percent of all earthquakes on the planet occur the region is also located were several plates meet in the last month alone I'll Salvador what the mother and the cat I what have reported some fourteen earthquakes let's reporter Maria Martin in El Salvador I'm dual Holley psych how tell in Culver city California and this is WNYC in New York on John Carlson and might be the commissioner do much Jay is objecting to the comparisons being drawn between the murder of Barnard freshman freshman Tessa majors and the Central Park jogger case Shea said in an interview with six eleven that detectives are being wary of their actions the court system as article as they move forward they're working with the district attorneys to make sure that they get justice for the victims and I think any comparison to any other cases wouldn't be really a pro majors was fatally stabbed in Morningside park earlier this month a thirteen year old suspect is currently charged with felony murder and being held without bail authorities are searching for another suspect a jury in New Jersey if convicted serial killer Khalil Wheeler weaver in the murders of three young women and the attempted murder of a fourth the Essex County jury took less than three hours to find Wheeler weaver guilty on all counts including the murders of twenty year old Sara Butler nineteen year old robin west thirty three year old joann brown their bodies were found in orange and West Orange in late twenty sixteen Wheeler weaver was also found guilty of kidnapping aggravated sexual assault and attempted murder of a thirty four year old woman who survived the attack the jury also convicted him of three counts of desecration of human remains and aggravated arson New Jersey school bus driver has admitted to causing a wrong way crash last year that killed a teacher and a fifth grader seventy nine year old hottie Mulder senior pleaded guilty yesterday to reckless vehicular homicide and two other charges in exchange prosecutors agreed to recommend you serve a ten year sentence and dismissed twenty additional charges of assault by auto mall drove was attempting to make an illegal U. turn across interstate eighty after missing is exit in may of twenty eighteen a dump truck hit the bus killing the teacher and student and injuring dozens of other children well the MTA gave new meaning to getting the letter out today the transit agency one passengers just after noon today that they should expect delays on southbound and our and W. trains will it work to remove a pencil from the train's doors the incident happened at thirty four St Herald square station some baffled observers asked on Twitter whether the incident was a joke to which the MTA responded now objects such as pencils can prevent doors from completely closing those trains are not running on schedule for tonight here in our.
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"To the backs of got strip could play by stamp goes to stamp was floated out back to the original so take a minute to go the second one of the capital's Leipsic naked center right the lighting in center point a little feet wide like he was open in front read on Dallas let's circle yeah I just check my surrounding going there to could clear held county centerpoint top walking down Macklin doubt is the revival of circle now holds centerpoint Michael candy to open John Carlson right circle prosecute blocked it from thanks David Mack point it is the fourth line for the cabs putting all kinds of pressure on leave MTS centre points out what price a rally to comes out of his own half a minute to go in the period one of the Washington John Carlson in front of his own death of said he'd run across one half the way cutting it re not as loose cord grabs our homeland is into the spirit for the lightning fifty two going to turn out to center I stopped it from beyond the red line it's going to be a nice thing goodness all **** I needed to do there was skate to the red line to dump it into the pier it's over now you got exhausted players stuck out there twelve point one seconds left in the second back on a couple huge save keep this one nothing yeah Leipsic pathway one after another that one half the way in a wide open look kind of a partial breakaway a tired lightning players out there and continuing to stay out there because of the I. icing now it's twelve seconds to go bad skin with an early shot a couple minutes back to start that kind of on set she went to the doctor also right circle shot deflected wide right now you see one of the New York one of six to go what's it out and I don't think this is going to be a nice thing it's going to roll it out hold well could have been a lot worse than one nothing with all the press of the caps put on but they get the gold of the caps are Buddhists it is somewhat of a Washington lead after forty minutes Greg is coming up next with our second edition of foreign lighting radio your cancer is unlike any other disease so you deserve personalized treatment based on your unique.
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"Accessible to all new Yorkers for more than forty years this is All Things Considered on WNYC I'm John Carlson the player right behind twenty seventeens claimed a doll's house part two has a new show off Broadway W. my seat theater critic Jennifer nasco says the thin place marks a departure Lucas may need is best known for his political dramedy if like last season's Hillary and Clinton said during the two thousand eight democratic primary but that then please is something very different it's a ghost story about Hilda a woman who may or may not have a phone line to the afterlife and what happens when she tries to use it it started when her and her grandmother would play a game try to hear the word I'm thinking out she'd say and then she looked at me and he told me he was sending over to me and I say a word and she'd say no but then he'll this started to get the hang of it and I have no idea if it was real I really hearing loss of the space just behind a little my **** without spoilers I can't tell you much more than that the surprises are half the fun but beyond the pure entertaining pleasure of the story the planet's heart is about fear and belief and how we inform each other in effect what we think is true about all aspects of our lives our spirituality our relationships our work our politics Nate is a master of narrative and little bit of politics he does throw in is that a gently still the play is clearly examining the fissures in today's society between those who completely believe one thing and those who completely believe the opposite believes are not necessarily based on anything he says which can lead to interpersonal warfare and yet believe also keep us going where frayed or when life gets very very hard Jennifer the nasco W. NYC news support for NPR comes from W. NYC members and from TI a committed to the idea that well most things in life run out from clean shirts in the morning.
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"TJ Oshie scored 2 second period goals less than 4 minutes apart while John Carlson had a goal and an assist to lead the capital's 2 or 3 to win over the Bruins after David Pasternak gave the Bruins the lead midway through the first she tallied his twelfth and thirteenth goals of the season to give the capitals to lead Sharon Crowley tied the game early in the third before Carlson's goal was the eventual game winner Carlson and the caps have now beaten the Bruins 16 times in the last 17 games confidence is a big carelessly again now I have some good mo Jo against them and now maybe they feel same obviously they're a totally capable yeah team Braden Holtby made 30 saves in the wind Craig heist Washington
Capitals beat Bruins in showdown between NHL's top two teams
"TJ Oshie scored two second period goals less than four minutes apart while John Carlson had a goal and an assist to lead the capital's two or three to win over the Bruins after David Pasternak gave the Bruins the lead midway through the first she tallied his twelfth and thirteenth goals of the season to give the capitals to lead Sharon Crowley tied the game early in the third before Carlson's goal was the eventual game winner Carlson and the caps have now beaten the Bruins sixteen times in the last seventeen games confidence is a big carelessly again now I have some good mo Jo against them and now maybe they feel same obviously they're a totally capable yeah team Braden Holtby made thirty saves in the wind Craig heist Washington
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"Weekend for NPR news I'm poly striker president trump is signed into law a bill supporting Hong Kong protestors an action that could anger China is the administration seeks to reach a trade deal US house and Senate passed the bill with overwhelming veto proof majorities leaving trump with few options last week the president stopped short of saying he would sign the legislation which requires sanctions against China for any crackdown on protesters he said that he stood with protesters and Chinese president she's in pain and hope Hong Kong and mainland China would amicably settled their differences president trump's plan to declare Mexican drug cartels terrorist organizations came as welcome news to many members of the northern Mexican community impacted by recent massacre but some are worried about implications for member station K. J. ZZ Murphy what house as more family members of the three women and six children killed in November fourth ambushes and rural Sonora recently put together a White House petition urging that designation organizers of the drive celebrated trump's announcement and see it as an important tool in the fight against organized crime in Mexico but others are concerned it could undermine an on going by national investigation what the FBI is assisting with bigotry near group it Bob people just walk Yasser eight you'll want right now is not the way it works don't work that way where in the world that's Matthew Langford whose sister was killed in the attack he says he trusts US and Mexican authorities to bring justice and doesn't think they need any new labels to do that for NPR news I'm Murphy would house the interest rate setting federal reserve says the US economy appears to have been expanding at a modest pace in October and the early part of this month its periodic assessment of national economic conditions known as the beige book the central bank says at least some of that growth continue to be supported by consumer spending report takes information from the twelve regions of the country where the fed as member banks on thanksgiving eve the Dow Jones industrial average was up forty two points to close at twenty eight thousand one sixty four the nasdaq rose fifty seven points today you're listening to NPR and this is WMI see in New York on John Carlson the queen DA's office has released the names of sixty five officers who judges have discredited for alleged dishonesty criminal justice advocates say the move makes the legal system more transparent W. I see is George Joseph reports the list was released to WNYC pursuant to a freedom of information law request particularly important are eleven officers whose credibility issues were previously unknown to public defenders the legal aid society says it will now begin reviewing past plea bargains they want to know of their clients agreed to plead guilty without knowing that they're arresting officer's testimony may not have stood up in court defenders say the release could help stop problem officers from railroading their clients in the future the Bronx and Brooklyn D. A.'s turned over similar less earlier this fall high winds may ground the enormous balloons that have become the highlight of Macy's thanksgiving day parade but if Snoopy is allowed to store or Cathy Kramer will be piloting the balloon it will take ninety people to keep the famous beagle under control Kramer's jobs to tell her crew how to keep this new B. balloon in the center of the street he stays a half block ahead to get the clearest view farther out I am though the harder it is for me to communicate with them so I communicate by radio and mostly with the people in the front of the blue and then everybody behind them here's it from the captain's or they see the people in front of them doing what I've been asking them to do this is creamers thirty sixth year in the parade she has to walk the entire parade route backwards for tonight here in our.