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"july 15th 1997" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"We are feeling the heat. It's 90 degrees, with partly cloudy skies in Orlando this afternoon. Central Florida congressman is introducing a bill allowing the Department of Justice to study the role of strip clubs playing in human trafficking. Representative Mike Walz says the government needs to do more to stop this modern day slavery. No, that it centers around two things. One big event. Like big sporting events or big conventions. Uh, and to around, Uh, you know, these types of strip club establishment Walt says Predators usually prey on migrants and others desperate to make money in the U. S. Covid 19 hospitalizations continue to rise in Orange County health officials say cases are up 52% from the first two weeks in July, reports are showing that the delta variant is what's causing the current spread of the virus. Epidemiologist Dr Vincent Shoe of Advent health Says that while those who have gotten their shots can still get infected data shows the vaccine is effective in preventing serious infections, Hospitalizations and death, particularly the delta. We saw it coming. We knew very early on that Delta was on its way up in Gamma also Is on its way up as well. Health experts say Orange County is still considered a high risk for transmission by the CDC. Somebody paid $28 million to fly with Jeff Bezos next week on the first blue origin trip to space, but that somebody says they can't go because they have something going on in their life. It was a big deal. The auction to be on blue origins. First trip to space to join Jeff Bezoza his brother, an 82 year old aviator, Wally Funk that anonymous somebody who spent $28 million now suddenly can't go. Oh, they have a scheduling conflict and will instead take a later flight to space. Sell. The runner up will go blue origin, says 18 year old Oliver Damon will be the first paying customer to go to space with blue origin. His dad paid the money. His dad is CEO of a Dutch private equity firm. Damon will be the youngest person ever in space. Funk will be the oldest Like stone ABC nears a wobble in the moon's orbit could mean more flooding in the coastal regions of the US That's, according to a new study published in the Nature Climate Change Journal. It was conducted by NASA and it warns the increase in flooding could be dramatic and rapid. The moons wobble happens about every 19 years and leads to very high and low tides. NASA also says another factor in the increased risk for flooding is the global sea level rise. And you can celebrate Mars fast at the Orlando Science Center this weekend, there will be astronomy and engineering themed activities. The event runs from 11 A.m. to four p.m. Saturday and Sunday and is included with admission. And, well, life just got more expensive. We have obtained a new report on inflation that shows that food prices are rising at the fastest pace in 13 years as prices of food jumped for consumers, they jumped for restaurants as well. Plus some short staffed restaurants are trying to entice workers by offering higher pay. And in both cases, it seems the costs are being passed along to you and me, the hungry people of America. I think I'll be making grilled cheese Sammies for dinner tonight. Joe Kelly, Wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80. Well, how about this Orange County clerk of courts has a list of people have checks waiting for them. Clerk of courts Tiffany more, Russell said. The checks on the list are those that were mailed, but never cash either because the recipient moved away and did not leave authority address or because they put the check away and forgot about it. If you don't collect your money by September 1st, it will be deposited into the clerk's fund. The former for sake mansion is the center of a death investigation again. Miami Beach Police have confirmed the bodies of two men have been found inside of a hotel room at the Villa Casa Casuarina on Ocean Drive. A housekeeper made the discovery and called for help. Police say the scene is contained to the hotel room. Designer Gianni Versace was gunned down in front of his home on July 15th 1997..
"july 15th 1997" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They are so good. Oh, that sounds good. They really are. Yeah, That sounds really good. I'll never have it. But it sounds good. Um All right, let's get onto the Pilate's You're doing, Juliet. You can have a honey butter chicken thing. Oh, no, That's the whole point. I'm trying to get in shape, Not You know, just work out so that I could eat more. Yeah, That's my problem. You know, That's my province. I work out occasionally, and then I just get hungrier. Well. I work out because I haven't worked out a lot. The last 10 years. I feel really nauseous When I finish my workouts. I gotta be honest with you. So it makes me not want to eat for quite a while after my workout. Cause I'm really like I'm really pushing myself And these these Pilates classes like level one Pilatus classes. It's so sad, but I'm committed. I'm committed to making this happen. And I actually feel like not not. My body is changing. I've only gone three times, but you definitely feel that the the pain and the strain. My body's is feeling it. All right, Let's go down to Florida. This is a crazy story. I'm really curious as to what has happened here, a housekeeper. Has found two men shot dead in a hotel room at the former Versace mansion in Miami Beach. And interestingly, the discovery was made yesterday, which was the eve of the 24th anniversary of the murder of the famed fashion designer Gianni Gianni Versace. For sake, of course, was coming home from his morning walk from the news cafe. Just a little, uh, 24 hour restaurant there on ocean Drive in Miami Beach, South Beach on July 15th 1997 When this crazed, lunatic obsessed fan type of guy Andrew Cunanan fatally shot for Sochi in the back of the head as he was walking up the stairs. Into into his mansion to men. Like I said, We're just found dead in a room there. Police said the scene was contained to one room. Detectives, of course, have launched a death investigation. A homicide investigation. The luxury property was converted into a boutique hotel back in 2014, and it draws a crowd of celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber and the like. It's very interesting, though. It's very curious. It is interesting. Well, Juliette, listen to this. Thank God to be Coney Island. Beat your God like that, Tony Island. Be when you're right. You're right. Coney Island now has a new theme song to spark economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic. The jingle as you heard there opens up with the sound. Of a roller coaster and takes note of attractions such as the cyclone and Nathan's famous hot Dogs. Legendary Met players like Doc Gooden at Crane, Poole and our Chomsky were on hand to unveil the song, which will be played at Brooklyn Cyclones home game. The song was commissioned by the owner of this radio station, John Catsimatidis season was played right here on 77. W. ABC yesterday. Now there were two songs that were finalists and people can listen to both songs and vote. On which they like better on w abc radio dot com. I actually think they're both pretty catchy. So wait. There's It's two songs that are finalists are they picked that think What's being reported on Channel Seven and elsewhere is that the one we just played is the winner. But I don't think that that's official. I think the voting that is taking place on our website right now will be Determinative of what the official song is. So I would encourage people if they feel strong about it. Go to the website and vote. Well, I like that one. I mean, I haven't heard the other one. But that one sounds very, uh, you know, and pilots in a park, you know that test? Well, I think that's exactly what it was modeled after. Yeah, I mean, it's it's catchy. It's going to be my head all day. I can already tell you that 10 seconds of it. Oh, that's cool, though. I love that. I love that, and I love the fact that our owner is into baseball, and he's supporting, you know smaller teams, and that's just It's just so cool. And that's that's what brings communities together. Absolutely. I love it great time in Coney Island yesterday, and he's also very bullish on the future of Coney Island as well. Which is great to see. Very, very cool. Well, let's hope so. I mean, he's got those beautiful buildings there. I took a look at those online. Wow. They're nice. Absolutely gorgeous. All right, let's go back down to Florida. Don't Fauci, My Florida You probably heard this a little bit earlier. But Governor Ron De Santis is selling beer cozies and T shirts, all sorts of things marking. Dr Fauci and his covid 19 restrictions. This is ahead of his 2022 gubernatorial campaign. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, uh, has a whole bunch of swag that you can buy on his website team to Santis. He talked about it and announced this merchandise on his team to Santa's Twitter account. Monday, 12 Bucks will get you Blue Cuzzi imprinted with the words Don't Fauci, my Florida Obviously it's a jab at Dr Fauci, who, um, I guess has become a mocking figure for some Republicans. As he tries to preventatively coronavirus from killing people. Um, so since Trump left office in January two scientists, of course, is viewed as a potential Favorite, Perhaps a running mate. I'm kind of leaning towards no, perhaps his own his own candidacy for president and there is support for him, so we'll see what happens. 2024, a group of parents in New Jersey is filing a lawsuit to keep their kids massless. For the upcoming school year. Governor Murphy has left it up to each school district to decide for themselves, But these parents wanted off the table. Murphy says A decision about a mask can be made overnight. Meantime, an attorney representing the parent says masks interfere with the development of Children. Parents behind the lawsuit said the mask requirement is especially difficult for younger kids. With special needs or those who suffer from anxiety. Time now is 6 15..