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04:55 min | 3 months ago

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"At lesbian, we're about to have the bullpen just not the new one for the Baltimore Orioles as you wanted to be having a perfect game, taking into the 9th thing by drew Rasmus said, while it's unable to complete it, but no doubt a very impressive start giving up one it over the course of 8 and a third dining streets and Adam gets the final two outs of the game. He was able to get the save. You wound up having these Cincinnati reds put up some big numbers, 8 to 5. They have taken down the Chicago Cubs as Keegan Thompson. That is difficulties on the road disable these, gives up four runs, it got 5 outs and I'm giving up all them run along the way as I see days Aquino was able to get his fourth hormone on season and not like Justin Dunn wound up getting her done for these Cincinnati rides. I will say that 5 runs are a 103 and two thirds innings, including a drill bombs as Yong Gomes gets at 6 o'clock in the season Christopher Morales 11th of Patrick was 21st, but Anderson Espinosa is actually about halfway decent on the console pen thus far this season. They need a length from. It was unable to deliver. It gives up three rounds over the course of two and two thirds eggs by Rucker. You mind giving up a run while getting 5 outs out of the bullpen curvy Castro, two squirrel zangs out of them, and then for Cincinnati. The bullpen was actually relatively solid. Martin, it's getting it out of the bullpen, all likes to see us under circling. They combine to go the final two adding squirrels and Joel kunal to squirrel settings, buck farmer, a squirrel is setting as the Cincinnati reds go for a 14 with men in scoring position. The DJI daggers have been all silent on offense for much of the season and continued on Sunday even against Lance Lynn. 5 to three, the final is Lin. He's giving up two runs over the course of 6 settings. He has been an uncharacteristically bad this season, but that wasn't too bad of the syrup punching out 7 from their Jimmy Lambert, Jake dieckman, they combined to be able to hold it down with two squirrel settings, a Kendall graveman, was able to give the team an enemy. He did wind up giving up a civil run along the way. Seth Rollins sees it, but able to get the save at cellular Alexander, he gave up three runs over the course of 5 innings going deep for the self ciders, HA Pollock, 7th or modern season, then Andrew Vaughn would get his 13th armor on season, and that comes off of Wally Peralta who's been very solid out of the bullpen this season, but gives up two runs. Visiting a work, Jason foley, Alex Lang, we're both able to give you 8 squirrels. Speaking of squirrels, and that's what the Philadelphia Phillies wound up getting elf once again on Sunday. They have nuts scored in their last 18s affiliates have 6 to zero. The New York metropolitans hold the Philly silent as Chris Bassett Eddie Oakland and sinker for 5 squirrel settings from their Trevor Williams to scoreless, Michael gibbons, wines of lending, a squirrel is saying and then you'll leave Rodriguez and erem out of you know, we're able to complete the 9th school list as a Phillies. We go, oh, if ten with men in scoring position, 12 men, lifetime base, just unacceptable right there.

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"justin dunn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on AP News

" 8 piece sports time David Schuster, a light schedule in Major League Baseball action on Monday, but the first place mets in the national league east, they were in action and our Mike man Q fills us in. The mets continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games, the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east. Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win. Starling Marte a two run first inning Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn, who took the loss. Over in Baltimore, the red hot Orioles made it 6 wins in 7 games with a 7 four victory over Toronto, four home runs for the Orioles, including one by Austin Hayes. We're going out expecting to win every game, so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple months and we're just continuing to play good baseball. Meanwhile, out in Seattle, the Yankees got back in the win column, they snapped their 5 game losing skid. They defeated the mirror nurse 9 to four, and Philip gon fills us in on San Diego and San Francisco. Alex would allow just three hits over 6 and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants as the San Diego Padres one to nothing. The giant starter would out dual padre started Blake snow who allowed a run on 6 hits in 5 and two thirds innings. The Padres have now lost 5 straight games and saw their lead over Milwaukee for the final playoff spot cut to just one game. Pro basketball news. Kevin Durant reiterated to Brooklyn Nets ownership that he wants to be traded and let's changes are made in the organization. College football news, Alabama, Ohio State and Georgia. They are the top three teams in the preseason coaches poll. Meanwhile, at Oklahoma, assistant coach kale, Gundy resigned after he was found to use repeated racially charged language and antennas, Serena Williams still coming back from injury, she won her first match in over a year at a tournament in Toronto. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.

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AP News Radio

01:58 min | 4 months ago

The latest in sports news

"8 piece sports time David Schuster a light schedule in Major League Baseball action on Monday but the first place mets in the national league east they were in action and our Mike man Q fills us in The mets continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win Starling Marte a two run first inning Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn who took the loss Over in Baltimore the red hot Orioles made it 6 wins in 7 games with a 7 four victory over Toronto four home runs for the Orioles including one by Austin Hayes We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple months and we're just continuing to play good baseball Meanwhile out in Seattle the Yankees got back in the win column they snapped their 5 game losing skid They defeated the mirror nurse 9 to four and Philip gon fills us in on San Diego and San Francisco Alex would allow just three hits over 6 and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants as the San Diego Padres one to nothing The giant starter would out dual padre started Blake snow who allowed a run on 6 hits in 5 and two thirds innings The Padres have now lost 5 straight games and saw their lead over Milwaukee for the final playoff spot cut to just one game Pro basketball news Kevin Durant reiterated to Brooklyn Nets ownership that he wants to be traded and let's changes are made in the organization College football news Alabama Ohio State and Georgia They are the top three teams in the preseason coaches poll Meanwhile at Oklahoma assistant coach kale Gundy resigned after he was found to use repeated racially charged language and antennas Serena Williams still coming back from injury she won her first match in over a year at a tournament in Toronto I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Bassitt hounds Reds, Marte homers early, Mets win again 5-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Bassitt hounds Reds, Marte homers early, Mets win again 5-1

"Domestic continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win Everyone's role is basically different My job's always that to eat innings It's not punch guys out on any of that It's just eating So not a different game plan a day but yeah just eat any starling Marte a two run first in a Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn who took the loss Mike mancuso New York

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"Capture her downplaying the possibility of a woman becoming pregnant as the result of a rape. You can stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Three people were killed and dozens more injured when an Amtrak train partially derailed yesterday in Missouri, officials say the train reportedly hit a dump truck at an uncontrolled crossing where there are no lights or signals, Justin Dunn is with Missouri state highway patrol. The train had approximately 8 cars, including a baggage car. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. The train was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago with more than 250 people aboard, investigators with the national transportation safety board are arriving at the crash scene today to probe the cause of the derailment. 7 48 back over to Jack here in the WTO traffic center. Bellway delays in Maryland leave college park as you approach I 95, you're on the brakes headed to an earlier wreck that was after George avenue if anything was left but it was over on the right shoulder, no lanes are closed, two 70 south. We've got some lane closures. You're delayed begins in Germantown headed to that sinkhole and emergency repair before three 70 blocking two right lanes of 5, three to the left will continue to get you by then We have a delay going down the spur, getting onto the outer loop. You'll find the bottom or Washington Parkway. Southbound the wreck was reported down your powder mill, northbound we'd had a reported crash after green bell road along the left side of the roadway. Inside the beltway 50 west, after four ten, that crash also had been blocking the left lane. The wreck in brandywine on 5 northbound up near matta peak business tribe blocks two right lanes. Now you will find you're in pretty good shape on the beltway through prince George's county, but we're getting slower as you leave branch avenue on the inner loop, headed down toward the Wilson bridge, nothing though reported in your way, watching the district slow traffic both sides, headed on D.C. two 95 south, I two 95 going north, converging at the inbound 11th street bridge, where it does remain heavy getting up onto the freeway, but nothing reported in your way on the freeway. Inbound New York avenue, and your bladensburg road northeast had been reports of a crash, watch if the police activity still there, northbound north capital street near pea street, you'd been earlier under police direction. Still slow in Virginia, 66, leaving manassas, headed into centerville, off and on delays remain, passing 50, the good news is the wreck on 66 east that was out in year one 23, gone. Inner loop of the valley, nothing left to see coming out of the Springfield interchange, you'll remain heavy up toward Braddock wrote in two 36, 95 was jammed Dale City into woodbridge, then again, heavy through lorton and newington. Three 95 also below the post of leaving the beltway out of Springfield north, headed toward king street, then the bigger delay up near The Pentagon to cross the inbound 14th street bridge. Travis brought to you by navy federal credit union, proud to serve members of the armed forces, DoD, veterans, and their families. The members are the mission. Learn more at navy federal dot org. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. Okay, we've got Mike stenfeldt looks like a gorgeous forecast mic. A yes indeed the front came through yesterday evening and behind it we will have beautiful weather for a couple of days.

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:50 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Destination of the trailer is unclear. San Antonio police chief William McManus says it was discovered by a worker from a nearby facility who heard cries for help. Came out to investigate, found a trailer with the doors, partially open, open them up to take a look and found a number of deceased individuals inside. McManus says the investigation is now being led by Homeland Security, San Antonio is a 150 miles from the border, and temperatures have been over 100° since early June. The truck did not have a working AC unit according to the San Antonio fire department. Three people have been arrested, but their connection to the incident is uncertain. I'm joy palacios and San Antonio. And investigation is underway to determine the cause of a fatal Amtrak collision in Missouri yesterday. The train was traveling to Chicago when it collided with a dump truck nearly 100 miles northeast of Kansas City. Corporal Justin Dunn is with the Missouri highway patrol. The train had approximately 8 cars, including a baggage car. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. Early reports indicate that collision happened at an uncontrolled railroad crossing that didn't have warning lights or motion Gates. The firm Ernst and young has agreed to pay the Securities and Exchange Commission a $100 million fine NPR's David gura has more. Over multiple years, the Securities and Exchange Commission says a significant number of Ernst and young's audit professionals shared answer keys to cheat on the CPA exam. The job of an auditor is to assess the accuracy and integrity of companies financial statements, according to the SEC, Ernst and young audit professionals also cheated on continuing education courses required of certified public accountants. Announcing the charges, the SEC says EY knew about the misconduct, but the firm withheld evidence, and according to the head of the SEC's enforcement division, hindered the regulators investigation. EY has admitted to the wrongdoing, and it will pay a penalty of a $100 million. David gura, and PR news, New York. This is NPR news in Washington. On member station doubly NYC in New York at 6 O four and primary day. Good morning, I'm Michael hill, 67 and mostly cloudy, sunny today in a high of 77, a great day to get out and vote. Mere Adam says he's launching a public awareness campaign to promote water safety on beaches amid the city's ongoing lifeguard shortage. We're going to have to constantly have a partnership between the city, parental, oversight, peer groups, buddy systems, we want to address this national problem locally. Two people died in separate incidents swimming in rockaway beach this month, both drownings occurred in a heavily trafficked stretch of rockaway beach with the city decided not to staff lifeguards due to an ongoing federal resiliency project. A new report finds there has been an increase in the number of people subway's surfing that is on top of train cars. The MTA told the online news site the city there have been nearly 450 incidents so far just this year. That's almost as many as all of 2019 report a Jose Martinez says many are posting the stunts on social media sites. People posting videos of themselves climbing onto trains or videos that are shot from afar of groups of usually young men on top of trains and it's as reckless and act as you can possibly engage in in the transit system. MTA officials warned that riding outside train cars is dangerous, a teenager got hurt riding on top of a number 7 train in Queens just last week. Westchester county's board of legislators has agreed or approved a bill ensuring access to reproductive healthcare facilities, lawmakers passed the measure by a vote of 15 to two last night, and county executive George latimer signed it into law right away. The legislation or the new law prohibits anyone from stopping people entering or exiting a facility and an axe a 25 foot no harassment zone, there's also a rule allowing for 8 feet of personal space within a hundred feet of the location. The move of course comes after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe V wade last week. The New York City parks department says almost all outdoor city pools are expected to open today despite a lifeguard shorter to the city of certified 626 lifeguards as of Friday. That's less than half of what was needed 51 51 elder city pools will open today, but Lower Manhattan's Tony de polito pool and Central Park's Harlem near Senate will remain closed

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"Over 130 years. Good morning, I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy gellman is our producer. The top story we're following for you this morning is surprise hearing today from the January 6th committee. It's believed an aid to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will testify. Cassidy Hutchinson has already been interviewed by the committee behind closed doors, video clips from her deposition have been featured by the panel during earlier hearings. Hutchinson has long been considered one of the committee's most consequential witnesses because of her proximity to former president Trump's then White House chief of staff. The hearing is set to begin at 1 o'clock this afternoon. We'll have complete coverage here on WTO P and of course you can watch it live on WTO dot com. At least 46 people have been found dead inside a tractor trailer in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt in South Texas. The Associated Press has reporting at least 16 others in the truck were taken to hospitals in the San Antonio San Antonio area with heat related illness. Of those hospitalized 12 were adults for our children, fire chief Charles hood says the patients were hot to the touch and dehydrated and no water was found in the trailer. Three people were taken into custody, the investigation is being led by Homeland Security investigations. Three people were killed and more than 40 taken to hospitals after a Los Angeles to Chicago Amtrak train hit a dumb truck into railed in a northern Missouri cornfield yesterday. Office of Justin Dunn with the Missouri state highway patrol confirmed 7 cars of that train derailed. Multiple law enforcement agencies, ambulance districts, first responders, fire departments, and medical helicopters responded to assist. Each agency transported multiple victims. Officials from and track are responding to the scene and the NTSB has been advised. Amtrak says the train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened at about one 40 p.m. local time. Passengers included some Kansas high school students who

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"For over 130 years. Good morning, I'm particularly on a Juan Herrera are producer, the top stories we're following for you today. We continue to follow the deadly Amtrak train derailment a rural part of Missouri about 80 miles from Kansas City. The train was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago when it collided with a dump truck and derailed. Corporal Justin Dunn of the Missouri highway patrol. The train had approximately 8 cars, including a baggage car. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. And Amtrak says the Southwest chief train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened near menden around 1240 Monday afternoon. Passengers on the train included some Kansas high school students. Stay with WTO and WTO dot com for the latest. A U.S. official says at least 46 people have been found dead inside a tractor trailer truck in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt in South Texas. The Associated Press reports at least 16 others in the truck were taken to hospitals in the San Antonio area with heat related illnesses. Of those hospitalized 12 hour adults, four children, fire chief Charles hood, says the patients were hot to the touch and dehydrated, and no water was found in the trailer. Three people have been taken into custody, the investigation is being led by the U.S. Homeland Security investigations. We don't yet know what new evidence the January 6th investigating committee will present at its surprise hearing Tuesday afternoon. CBS News reporter, Christopher Cruise, says the announcement is raising expectations of a bombshell. The scheduling of the hearing is all the more surprising because Congress has left Washington for a two week recess members of the bipartisan committee had said just last week that there would be no more hearings until July when there would be two focused on domestic extremists who attacked the capitol and on what then president Trump was doing and not doing as the attack unfolded. The committee has held 5 hearings so far, most of them focusing on Trump's attempts to pressure his vice president and federal state and local institutions and officials to overturn Joe Biden's electoral victory. Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington. A lawyer who helped former president Donald Trump try to undo the 2020 election results, says in a court filing that federal agents seized his cell phone last week. Attorney John eastman says his phone was taken as he left a restaurant Wednesday night, the same day federal law enforcement officials conducted similar activity around the country as part of broadening investigations into efforts by Trump allies to overturn the election results. Eastman is challenging the legitimacy of the search warrant, and asking a court to force the government to give him back his phone. Many civilians are feared killed or heard in a Russian missile strike Monday at a shopping mall in the Ukrainian city of cremin choc. Ukraine's emergency services reports at least 16 people dead about 60 wounded, this is the 125th day of Russia's war against Ukraine and has been devastating for Ukrainians, but a top diplomat is urging the world not to give up on them. I know it's tiring. I know it's difficult. Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. says the constant news stories, the constant pleas for help. It may be tiring, but it's important. It's definitely difficult also, and very tie in for Ukrainians. But there is no option to stop. She says if they stop, it's over. It's existential for us, and it's existential for anyone who believe in the principles of freedom and democracy and for the rights of people just to leave like they want to live. And to make her point. I just want to remind the great words of Martin Luther King, who said, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. JJ green, WTO news. Senior Biden administration officials have quietly traveled to Venezuela in the latest bid to rebuild relations with the South American oil giant, as the war in Ukraine continues to drive up U.S. gas prices. The delegation that arrived in Caracas includes the ambassador who heads the U.S. government's Venezuelan affairs unit in Colombia. It's also said to include the special presidential envoy on hostage affairs. Coming up on WTO traffic and weather, and then the Supreme Court rules in favor of a praying high school football coach. It's three 36. Hi, I'm Frank. Owner of a plumbing company and an expert in fixing the leaks in your house. However, I was also finding leaks in my marketing plan. New jobs weren't flowing in, and our outreach to

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Christopher Cruise in Washington a gruesome find in Texas, 46 bodies have been discovered in a tractor trailer truck 16 who were still alive were taken to hospitals. When a call came in about a cry for help coming from a semi in southwest San Antonio, fire chief Charles hood says his crews responded, and don't go to work expecting to find stacks of bodies. No signs of water in the vehicle. It was a refrigerated tractor trailer, but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig. Federal authorities are handling the investigation. Jennifer Kuiper CBS News. Three people are in custody. An Amtrak train carrying about 243 passengers and 12 crew members partially derailed in rural Missouri on Monday after colliding with a dump truck, highway patrol spokesman Justin Dunn. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. President Biden heads to Spain's capital for NATO meetings, where Russia will be top of the agenda. NATO leaders are preparing to discuss a major expansion of its rapid reaction force nearly eightfold. NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg. We will transform the NATO response force and increase the number of our high Redis forces to well over 300,000. NATO is also expected to discuss efforts by Finland and Sweden to join, despite opposition from turkey. Steve Dorsey CBS News Madrid. The warring Ukraine had I beg your pardon babies are dying of hunger in South Sudan, CBS Deborah patta is there. Is

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04:32 min | 5 months ago

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"Is WTO P today's top news traffic and weather 24/7 360 five. The WTO producer's desk is powered by IBW local 26, a trusted electrical industry partner for over 130 years. Good morning, I'm dick guliano, Juan Herrera is our producer. The top stories we're following for you today. We continue to follow the deadly Amtrak train derailment in a rural part of Missouri about 80 miles from Kansas City. The train was traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago when it collided with a dump truck and derailed. Corporal Justin Dunn of the Missouri highway patrol. The train had approximately 8 cars, including a baggage car. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. And Amtrak says the Southwest chief train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened near menden around 1240 Monday afternoon, passengers on the train included some Kansas high school students, stay with WTO and WTO dot com for the latest. A U.S. official says at least 46 people have been found dead inside a tractor trailer rig in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt in South Texas. The Associated Press reports at least 16 others in the truck, were taken to hospitals in the San Antonio area with heat related illnesses of those hospitalized 12 are adults for our children, fire chief Charles hood, says the patients were hot to the touch and dehydrated. No water was found in the trailer. Three people are in custody, the investigation is being led by the U.S. Homeland Security investigations. We don't yet know what new evidence the January 6th investigating committee will present at its surprise hearing Tuesday afternoon. CBS News reporter Christopher Cruise says the announcement is raising expectations of a bombshell. The scheduling of the hearing is all the more surprising because Congress has left Washington for a two week recess members of the bipartisan committee had said just last week that there would be no more hearings until July when there would be two focused on domestic extremists who attacked the capitol and on what then president Trump was doing and not doing as the attack unfolded. The committee has held 5 hearings so far, most of them focusing on Trump's attempts to pressure his vice president and federal state and local institutions and officials to overturn Joe Biden's electoral victory. Christopher Cruise CBS News Washington. A lawyer who helped former president Donald Trump try to undo the 2020 election results, says in a court filing that federal agents seized his cell phone last week. John eastman says his phone was taken as he left a restaurant Wednesday night, the same day that federal law enforcement officials conducted similar activity around the country as part of broadening investigations into efforts by Trump allies to overturn the 2020 election results. Eastman is challenging the legitimacy of the search warrant and is asking a court to force the government to return his phone. Many civilians are feared killed or heard in a Russian missile strike Monday at a shopping mall in the Ukrainian city of crumb and chalk. Ukraine's emergency services reports at least 16 people dead about 60 wounded, this is the 125th day of Russia's war against Ukraine, and it's been devastating for Ukrainians, but a top diplomat is urging the world not to give up on them. I know it's tiring. I know it's difficult. Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. says the constant news stories, the constant pleas for help. It may be tiring, but it's important. It's definitely difficult also and very time for Ukrainians. But there is no option to stop. She says if they stop, it's over. It's existential for us, and it's existential for anyone who believe in the principles of freedom and democracy. And for the rights of people, just to leave, they want to leave. And to make her point. I just want to remind a great word of Martin Luther King, who said, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. JJ green, WTO news. The United States conducted a strike in serial Monday targeting Abu Hamza Al Yemeni, a senior leader

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WTOP

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

". Traffic and weather on the 8s, Carlos Ramirez in the WTO traffic center. Thanks so much in Maryland if you're headed on the westbound side of 50 after the beltway that you've got the work crews out there along the right hand side of the roadway, do be ready for them because we're not seeing any delays, which means you will approach the match speed. You may have to maneuver a little bit. If you're headed on the southbound side of D.C. two 95, those brake lights begin right after the eastern avenue exit, they'll take you down toward east capitol street. The workers reported to be along the left side of the roadway, do pack your patients there. Southeast southwest freeway looks good, no issues reported on the third street tunnel or New York avenue right now. If you're headed on the interloop of the beltway in Maryland, the work crew is there on your approach towards Pennsylvania avenue blocking three left lanes, so do stay to the far right. Well, you don't really have a choice. You have to stay in that far right lane, regardless. No delays behind that one. So same story, watch out for the cones, don't bump into any northbound side of three 95 in Virginia. The work crew same story looks like only a single lane getting by between edsel road and the duke street exit, and if you're running on duke street on the westbound side, just past three 95, the worker is there working on the bridge as well so you've only got a single lane past three 95 there. You know, above the belt way, the delays begin right at 50, that's also where the work crew starts. It'll take you up towards 66, only a single lane getting by there with the kind of delays you would expect. Past 66, you're way up to speed. Carlos Ramirez, WTO traffic. And now to storm team four and meteorologist, Amelia Draper. A comfortably cool start for late June on this Tuesday with temperatures in the 50s to mid 60s for lows are average low. Now around 71° so we're a good 5° below normal during these early morning hours and as the sun comes up at 5 45 there will be plenty of it. In fact, sunny skies throughout the day today, low humidity and really nice with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. The sunset tonight at about 8 44 tomorrow sunny and still low humidity, but we are warmer for Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. Still plenty of sun on Thursday with highs in the upper 80s to low 90s and a humidity returns on Friday by Saturday, some late day storms are in the forecast. I'm storm team four meteorologist stimuli Draper. Right now, 69 in Columbia, Maryland, and it is 67 and warrenton, Virginia, and 70 in Washington at 1230. This is WTO today's top news traffic and weather 24/7 360 five. The WTO producer's desk is powered by IBW local 26, a trusted electrical industry partner for over 130 years. Good morning, I'm dick giuliano, Juan Herrera is our producer, the top stories we're following for you this morning. Three people were killed more than 40 taken to hospitals after a Los Angeles to Chicago Amtrak train hit a dump truck in derailed in a northern Missouri cornfield on Monday. Officer Justin Dunn with the Missouri state highway patrol confirms that 7 cars derailed. Multiple law enforcement agencies, ambulance districts, first responders, fire departments, and medical helicopters responded to assist. Each agency transported multiple victims. Officials from and track are responding to the scene and the NTSB has been advised. Yeah, Amtrak says the train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened around one 40 p.m., passengers included some Kansas high school students

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06:04 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"Is our producer, the top stories we're following for you tonight. Three people were killed more than 40 people taken to hospitals after an LA to Chicago Amtrak train hit a dump truck and derailed into a northern Missouri cornfield today. Officer Justin Dunn with the Missouri state highway patrol confirms 7 cars derailed. Multiple law enforcement agencies, ambulance districts, first responders, fire departments, and medical helicopters responded to assist. Each agency transported multiple victims. Officials from and track are responding to the scene and the NTSB has been advised. Amtrak says that train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when that crash happened around one 40 local time helicopter video by KM BC TV in Kansas City showed railcars on their sides and emergency responders using ladders to climb into one of them, passengers included some Kansas high school students who were headed to a future business leaders of America conference in Chicago stay with WTO P as we continue to follow developments. Also developing tonight, at least 40 people have been found dead inside a tractor trailer in South Texas. In fact, we've just learned from the San Antonio fire chief 46 people have now died from the heat in that trailer. A U.S. official says the trailer was part of a presumed migrant smuggling attempt, 15 others in the truck had been taken to hospitals, stay with WTO for more as we get it. Lawmakers investigating the January 6th attack. Today abruptly added another hearing to their calendar details on that from CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland. This is now a last minute scramble for the House select January 6th committee. They're preparing a 1 p.m. Eastern Time hearing tomorrow, unlike previous hearings, they won't announce in advance who the witness or witnesses will be. We know this is a scramble though, because the committee has recently as this weekend said they'd go dark for a couple of weeks and go home for the district work period now, they're back in action in the same hearing room tomorrow afternoon. Washington Post national correspondent Philip bump tells WTO the committee has been gathering more evidence. One of the things we're seeing is that in real time, there are these developments. Last week, there were a number of search warrants executed on a number of people we found out, for example, in the Johnny's been cell phone was a lawyer that had been working Donald Trump. So they may also be new evidence that arose from that. It's really hard to say. The panel has already held 5 public hearings on the capitol riot. WTO P dot com will carry the live stream of tomorrow's hearing. More now about that seizure of a cell phone belonging to lawyer John eastman that we just heard Philip bump mention. Eastman helped former president Trump's efforts to undo the 2020 election results and in a federal court filing today eastman says federal agents took his phone as he left a restaurant last Wednesday, the same day that federal law enforcement officials conducted similar activity around the country as part of broadening investigations into efforts by Trump allies to overturn the election results. Eastman is challenging the legitimacy of the warrant calling it overly broad and asking that a court force the federal government to return his phone. A man from Florida today pleaded guilty to assaulting law enforcement officers during the January 6th attack on the capitol. 34 year old Mitchell Todd Gardner the second was charged with several felonies, including civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding and assaulting resisting or impeding officers with a dangerous weapon. He faces a statutory maximum of 5 years in prison on the civil disorder charge up to 20 years on the obstruction charge and up to 20 years on the other charge sentencing for him is set for October. Now to the war in Ukraine, just one day after attacking a kindergarten with missiles and Kyiv, Russia launched a devastating attack on a packed shopping mall in central Ukraine today. WTO's national security correspondent JJ green spoke about it with Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. shock and anger is what most people in Ukraine and well beyond have expressed after this another brazen attack on civilians. And Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. oxana mar carova is no exception. They specifically targeted with missiles, a shopping mall in crime and region, a place where usually thousands of people would be at the same time with children. So we do not know how many will lose this of now. We know definitely that there are ten people dead. But the firefighters and everyone the rescuers are still working at the premise. Ukrainian military sources say the mall was attacked with X 22 missiles, launched from a long-range bomber, deep inside Russia. Another reason why Ukraine desperately needs long range defensive weapons. JJ green, WTO news. Senior Biden administration officials have quietly traveled to Venezuela in the latest bid to rebuild relations with the South American oil giant. A State Department spokesperson says the U.S. delegation that arrived in Caracas includes ambassador James story, who heads the U.S. government Venezuelan affairs unit out of neighboring Colombia. The visit comes as the Ukraine war drags on and is driving gas prices higher because of sanctions on Russia. The delegation also includes roger carstens, the special presidential envoy on hostage affairs. His visit is said to be a welfare check focus on the safety of several detained U.S. citizens, including a group of oil executives from Houston by sitka, jail for more than four years. There have been recent signs of thawing relations between Washington and Caracas. On Norman hall. Coming up on WTO, the Supreme Court rules today in favor of a high school football coach who was praying on his 50 yard line after games. It's ten 37. This week on RV ER sponsored by Progressive Insurance. I'm sorry. Hi. Can't operate on that vehicle. The doctor you took an oath. That Harvey

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3 killed, dozens hurt in Amtrak train crash in Missouri

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00:49 sec | 5 months ago

3 killed, dozens hurt in Amtrak train crash in Missouri

"I'm Mike rossia reporting three people were killed and dozens were hurt in an Amtrak crash in Missouri An Amtrak train traveling from Los Angeles to Chicago collided with a dump truck in a remote area of Missouri Monday afternoon killing three people Two on the train and one in the dump truck Corporal Justin Dunn of Missouri highway patrol The train had approximately 207 passengers as well as crew members Hospitals reported receiving more than 40 people who were injured in the crash and more were expected Amtrak officials said 7 cars derailed The collision was at a rural intersection on a gravel road with no lights or electric controls It was the second damn track collision in as many days Sunday afternoon three people were killed when an Amtrak commuter train smashed into a car in Northern California I'm Mike Gracia

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"Is our producer, the top stories we're following for you tonight. Three people are dead more than 40 people taken to hospitals after an LA to Chicago Amtrak train hit a dump truck and derailed into a northern Missouri cornfield today. Officer Justin Dunn with the Missouri state highway patrol confirms 7 cars derailed. Multiple law enforcement agencies, ambulance districts, first responders, fire departments, and medical helicopters responded to assist. Each agency transported multiple victims. Officials from and track are responding to the scene and the NTSB has been advised. Amtrak says that train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened around one 40 local time this afternoon, helicopter video by KNBC TV and Kansas City showed railcars on their side and emergency responders using ladders to climb into one of them, passengers included some Kansas high school students who were headed to a future business leaders of America conference in Chicago, stay with WTO as we continue to follow this news as it continues to develop. Meanwhile, lawmakers investigating the January 6th attack have abruptly added another hearing to their calendar. Details now from CBS News congressional correspondent Scott macfarlane. This is now a last minute scramble for the House select January 6th committee. They're preparing a 1 p.m. Eastern Time hearing tomorrow, unlike previous hearings, they won't announce in advance who the witness or witnesses will be. We know this is a scramble though, because the committee is recently as this weekend said they'd go dark for a couple of weeks and go home for the district work period now, they're back in action in the same hearing room tomorrow afternoon. The panel has already held 5 public hearings on the capitol riot dot com will carry tomorrow's hearing live online. A man from Florida today pleading guilty to assaulting law enforcement officers during the January 6th attack on the capitol, 34 year old Mitchell Todd Gardner the second was charged with several felonies, including civil disorder, obstruction of an official proceeding and assaulting resisting or impeding officers with a dangerous weapon. He faces a statutory minimum. I'm sorry, statutory maximum of 5 years in prison on the civil disorder charge up to 20 years on the obstruction charge up to 20 on the charge of assaulting resisting or impeding officers that sentencing is set for October. The Supreme Court today ruling in favor of a Washington state high school football coach who lost his job after preying on the 50 yard line after games in a 6 to three vote the high court ruled that Joe Kennedy's prayer was protected by the First Amendment. Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes tells us the concern was that players would feel pressure to join him in prayer. That's what the dissenters in this case were worried about. They said that particularly in a school setting with young people adolescents who are wanting to please a coach that that becomes a real problem. The majority on the other hand said that there was no evidence of coercion and they compared this to any other public employee taking a moment on a break to say a quiet prayer of thanks. The decision is in line with a series of rulings from the court that critics say knock down the barrier between church and state. Now to the war in Ukraine, just one day after attacking a kindergarten with missiles and Kyiv, Russia launched a devastating attack on a packed shopping mall in central Ukraine today, WTO national security correspondent JJ green spoke about it with Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. shock. And anger is what most people in Ukraine and well beyond have expressed after this another brazen attack on civilians. And Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. oxana mar carova is no exception. Coriander, they specifically targeted with missiles, a shopping mall in cremin sugar region, a place where usually thousands of people would be at the same time with children. So we do not know how many we lost as of now. We know definitely that there are ten people dead. But the firefighters and everyone, the rescuers are still working at the premise. Ukrainian military sources say the mall was attacked with X 22 missiles, launched from a long-range bomber deep inside Russia. Another reason why Ukraine desperately needs long range defensive weapons. JJ green, WTO news. A landmark law in New York City giving non citizens the right to vote has been overturned now by a local judge WCBS radio reporter Steve Burns reports an appeal is already in the works. The law was seen as a watershed moment in New York politics, giving around 800,000 New Yorkers with green cards and work visas, the right to vote in local elections. A state Supreme Court judge is overturning it, citing the state constitution that expressly gives citizens the right to vote. Theodore Moore at the New York immigration coalition is promising an appeal. We think it's very clear in the constitution that it sets a floor not a ceiling for who can participate in local elections. The suit was brought by the city's Republican politicians, they say this is the right call. Steve Burns for CBS News, New York, and coming up on WTO, the fight to uphold abortion rights is now being waged at the state level and in Congress. We'll have that after traffic and weather, 8 37. This is important

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"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:09 min | 5 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on WTOP

"Herrera is our producer the top story we're following for you tonight. We are continuing to follow the deadly Amtrak train derailment in a rural part of Missouri about 80 miles from Kansas City, the train was traveling from LA to Chicago when the train collided with a dump truck and derailed. Corporal Justin Dunn of Missouri highway patrol says the train had approximately 8 cars, including a baggage car. 7 cars have derailed. There are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three fatalities. Two on the train and one in the dump truck. 40 people have been taken area hospitals. Amtrak says the Southwest chief train was carrying more than 200 passengers and 12 crew members when the crash happened near menden around 1240 local time. This afternoon, helicopter video shown by KNBC in Kansas City from the scene showed railcars on their sides as emergency responders use ladders to climb into one of them. The video also shows medical helicopters, park nearby waiting to transport patients, passengers on the train included some Kansas City high school students, headed to a future business leaders of America conference in Chicago. Of course, stay with us here on WTO P and WTO P dot com for the very latest. A surprise from Capitol Hill today, lawmakers investigating the January 6th attack have added an unexpected hearing tomorrow more now from CBS White House correspondent Steven portnoy. For the moment, the reason for this hearing is a mystery. Lawmakers are out for the 4th of July break and committees wouldn't normally be meeting during this time. But the January 6th panel on about 24 hours notice says it is ready to present recently obtained evidence and received witness testimony. The witness or witnesses have not yet been identified publicly. The hearing start at 1 p.m. tomorrow, we will stream it live on WTO P dot com. Now to Ukraine many civilians are feared killed or hurt in a Russian missile strike today at a shopping mall, and a Ukrainian city of Kremlin reports say at least 13 people have been killed after the missile strike more than 40 are injured. Meantime, Russia has tightened its grip on eastern Ukraine and is now going after other locations and Ukraine's leaders are warning Russia's momentum must be stopped. National security correspondent JJ green reports. Stopping Russia's advance is about more than just what's happening in Ukraine. We together can say no to an autocratic regime that went completely nuts and decided to use force for whatever reasons they are doing. Is Ukraine's ambassador to the U.S. we have to do it it's in all of our interest to essentially show that a not only democracy can deliver for the people, but also democracy can defend itself. She said Vladimir Putin is not just interested in dominating Ukraine. After the war started, he mentioned even some other Western European countries. And today, as you mentioned, Russia has attacked with missiles a shopping mall said to be packed with more than a thousand shoppers in central Ukraine, with long-range missiles, more than a dozen dead, the death toll expected to rise a lot higher. JJ green, WTO

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"justin dunn" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:39 min | 9 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"So it just doesn't happen very often that you can make much more contact and still preserve your power, if not improve your power. And now for him to get out of that ballpark, a pitcher's park and go to Atlanta and bring his great defense, which is probably even better than Freeman's, which was also good. You know, he doesn't have quite as long a track record of being great as Freeman does. He hasn't been around as long, but you're getting him when he has really just rounded into form and whether he can keep all of those contact advances while sustaining the power, I don't know, but he's definitely someone I would feel pretty comfortable about building around given his skill set and his age. So I think that really has to make you feel a lot better about something that you would have felt terrible about under almost any other circumstances. And actually to highlight the rarity of a move like this Freeman departure happening, I asked frequent step less consultant Ryan Nelson to run some numbers. This is not a full stat plus, but I asked him basically to look for any kind of comps of a player like Freeman leaving a team after it won a World Series or even just won a pennant and it's extremely short list of times that that has happened. So times when a player who had been with that franchise for ten plus years and for his whole career left after a productive season, so we set the bar even lower than where Freeman was just like a three and a half war season. And left after a pennant winning season, I know that's a lot of qualifiers, but you would think that a team that has a good player who has meant a lot to that franchise and just either won a World Series or at least made one would have money to spend and reason to bring that player back. So very, very rarely does that type of player depart. The only comps we could really come up with was 1926, Rogers hornsby, who left to go to the Giants and hornsby was coming up a down year for him, although still a productive year, and he left the Cardinals where he had spent his whole career to go to the Giants, but hornsby was just a Jack wagon in general, and so I think that explains that. There was a contract dispute, and they didn't really want him to stay because he was prone to betting on the ponies as they say. And so they were kind of happy to have him leave. The only other comp, another player who left the Cardinals, Albert Pujols. So if you're up braves fan, I guess you could look at the Pujols departure as kind of a comp to this and say, well, in retrospect, that worked out, right? I mean, it was tough at the time for Cardinals fans to lose him, but in that case, they were blown away by the angels offer, which you can't really say. In this case, it doesn't seem like the angels are out there offering Freddie Freeman ten years necessarily. But given how that worked out and how Pujols declined, not that was necessarily predictable, but that's a case where you can look and say, well, sometimes it's tough in the moment. But it works out in the long run. And then maybe you can bring him back for a farewell tour when he's 40 something, which I know has actually been discussed this week. That decision maybe we can talk a little bit about the twins and the reds, maybe the reds will lead us into the twins and figuring out what they're doing these days. What are they doing? What are they doing? No, but it's so weird. I guess we know what the reds are doing. They were tearing down Ben. They're saying sure. How can we spend as few dollars as we possibly can? That seems to be the main goal here to crawl put it bringing payroll in line with resources or something, which probably distorts the reality of the situation as well as putting it in a very unappetizing form. I think he said something else about sustainability when he was justifying these trades, I always love to hear that. But prior to the lockout, the reds let weighed Miley leave on waivers and save some cash there and then Tucker barnhart went away. That saves some money too. Now this week, they have traded sunny gray to the twins for prospects or a prospect, right? The twins top draft pick last year. Correct. Yeah, that saves them another 10 million. And then they make a deal with mister depot and the Mariners in this is kind of a big one. So Jesse winker and eugenio Suarez from the reds to the Mariners for Jake fraley Justin Dunn and pitching prospect Brandon Williamson, which nets the reds, another 40 million or so. So I think they have slashed or are on pace to slash something like 70 million from their payroll, I believe. And that seems to be the main goal here. Now I mentioned earlier whether there's a distinction to draw between the a's and the reds and I'm not sure because they were in similar situations last year, the a's one 86 games, the reds, one 83 games, maybe they both would have made the playoffs under expanded 12 playoff format. I know that the reds would have, and I believe looking at dense and borgs projections, theoretical projections in a 12 playoff team system before that was made official. He had them with similar playoff odds. I think he had the a's at like 35% and the reds at 25% to make the playoffs. So really, I mean, the a's won a few more games and may have even had better playoff chances if they had kept their team intact with them, maybe it's partly just that we're used to it. I mean, the a's have always operated this way. They are always extremely stingy and trying to find ways around that. Whereas with the reds, you could give them credit for investing a few years ago and you could say that they had terrible timing in that they made some investments and they got better just in time for the pandemic to hit and all they had to show for it was squeaking into a playoff spot in the 60 game season. Not winning a game, right? And then not being able to capitalize on being better with increased attendance because no one was going to games, so I sympathized to some extent about the timing of the way that worked out, but it still just sucks that they are, I mean, they're getting talent back, right? At least in some of these moves, but it's also talent that's like further away and not nearly as major league as what Oakland is getting back..

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"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:18 min | 9 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

"Him from making another set of disastrous choices that would bring Russia across the native alliance That said we need to be prepared for him to make that mistake as well as continuing to support Ukraine Larson says that preparation includes the nearly $15 billion aid package for Ukraine with help for humanitarian and military support for that country as well as national security investments in the form of additional support for NATO countries Ryan Harris northwest news radio While Washington's violent crime rate is lower than the national average doesn't feel like it when you hear about the uptick in violence in Seattle and Tacoma Andrew hall with online security platforms safe wise as just analyzed FBI crime statistics in the states Overall violent crime in Washington is much lower than the national average In fact it's 28% lower compared to the rest of the country But the state as a whole is quite safe in terms of violent crime but of course in Tacoma being a rise in violent crime Well the state's overall violent crime is down Property crime is up the safest cities in Washington are smashed for the second year in a row followed by canvas There's no quality Mercer island and kenmore Northwest news type 7 34 is check our traffic from the northwest traffic center every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group here is Tama Fulton I still watching this questions you got on northbound 5 that's partially blocking the exit to 45th street in the U district that's causing just a bit of a distraction and see out in sea tac rather crash southbound 5 at 200 streets then moved over to the right shoulder traffic is moving slowly from one 88 straight and a Custer was for a crash on northbound 5 at grandview road that's causing a stomp and go back up from portal way This report is sponsored by whole foods market and whole foods market get three 16 ounce strawberries for $10 through March 15th plus an extra 10% off for prime members while supplies last promo varies by location for details Our next northwest traffic at 7 44 In a Chan of dollar with the northwest forecast in the 1530 mortgage dot com weatherson Well hi there everybody It is a rainy Monday night now We'll be followed up by a showery Tuesday off and on scattered showers could be locally heavy tomorrow with some thunder lightning and hail in the mix but a fair amount of sun breaks thrown in for good measure too so expect a little bit of everything Tim's on either side of 50 which is a little bit cool for this time of year as we head into the middle of the week it dries out more thoroughly on Wednesday before the next disturbance pulls into port on Thursday which happens to be Saint Patrick's Day In the combo four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Right now a 45° late this afternoon at King County jury awarded a $150 million to the victims of the deadly Seattle crane collapse almost three years ago Lawyers say omega crane failed to check high wind warnings on that April day in 2019 which would have stopped the dismantling of the 300 foot crane attorney Todd Gardner notes when Gus were clocked at 25 miles an hour It's truly a situation where you had to have both entities make cost saving time saving corner cutting decisions that led to this tragedy had either one of them done their job This wouldn't have happened For people were killed including 19 year old Seattle Pacific freshman Sarah Wong who was crushed to death in an Uber Vince the gentleman who came who was with his girls that day held Sarah's hand and knows that she was alive from the pressure on his hand To iron workers also lost their lives and four other people were injured Dispute over the blueprints of a man's home is now in the hands of a pierce county judge John libertini explains Michael brandel bought a home into Holly back in July with big plans of remodeling But when he turned to oak ridge homes for blueprints they said no it's not their policy The company alleges they contain trade secrets Copyrighted and considered intellectual property of the architect Bailey wicks is with the master builders association Builders are granted use of rights per home they build in those rights are not transferable But that won't stop someone from seeing those blueprints by way of a public records request There's no log in reporting So you know I took a bunch of pictures and got my own copy of the plan And the case got uglier when brandao posted a how to story on Facebook and three more homeowners joined the fight They filed a lawsuit against pierce county and me and served me papers the week before Christmas Last week a judge granted a temporary restraining order blocking access to those blueprints until at least next month John lobert northwest news radio The city of burian has an extra $10 million from the federal government and now they're trying to figure out how to spend it Mayor Sophia Aragon says it's from last year's American rescue plan Some of it is backfilling the loss that results resulted from COVID But she says she liked to see some of the money spent on infrastructure supporting the 7000 housing units the city and developers have agreed to build the federal money must be spent by the end of 2023 Father of a missing grace harbor county girl has pleaded guilty to two felonies though not related to her disappearance Explains Andrew Carlson and his wife Jordan Bowers originally pleaded not guilty to two felony counts of endangerment of a controlled substance back in February But Carlson has decided to change his plea to guilty in a plea deal He could have gotten up to ten years in prison and a $20,000 fine on each count but with the plea deal he now faces up to a year in prison on each count These charges stem not from his missing 5 year old daughter Oakley who hasn't been seen for a year but are sibling a 6 year old for not giving her necessary medication Carlson's wife Jordan Bowers faces similar charges but has pleaded not guilty and is scheduled to go to trial next month Kelly blier northwest news radio The manager recovering from being shot in the leg while walking to work in rent and it happened outside the spot pub and pizza on east valley road around 7 30 this morning Man told officers someone in the silver truck drove up and began talking to him then started shooting That was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive Renton police are investigating Seattle man has pleaded guilty for attempting to join ISIS The case started back in November of 2020 when elven Williams began telling family and friends as well as acquaintances at the local mosque that he wanted to join ISIS They tipped off the FBI and that's when they made contact with him through undercover informants and agents who were posing as recruiters for ISIS Assistant U.S. attorney Todd Greenberg says Williams was arrested at sea tac airport trying to board a plane for the Middle East in his plea agreement Williams made statements that he sought martyrdom and hoped to participate in the beheading of others Now he faces up to 20 years in prison Jeff pojo and northwest news radio panel of experts says the U.S. tsunami warning system needs a major overhaul the panelists say the system has outdated software delayed alerts and doesn't communicate to the community properly The West Coast Hawaii and Alaska are all prone to tsunamis Northwest news times 7 40 and for the Beacon plumbing sports desk Bill Schwartz on a deal bringing proven big league hitters to the Mariners In a trade with the red Seattle picks up all star outfielder Jesse winker and third baseman eugenio Suarez The incense starting outfielder Jake fraley pitchers Justin Dunn and Brandon Williamson to the reds along with cash where a player to be named later Winker is coming off the best season of his career while tough to leave Cincinnati he welcomes a new opportunity I can't wait to go Seattle I've heard nothing but amazing things about the city about the team And we're trying to win And I'm really really excited about that I'm looking forward to competing And I can't wait to get over there Suarez hit just one 98 last season but still at 31 homers and fills a need at the hot corner once held down by Kyle Seager The Oakland a's shipped all star first baseman Matt Olson to Atlanta for a Quartet of young braves players Off season moves for the Seattle Seahawks as well reaching a three year $40 million contract with free agent safety quandre Diggs The hawks are also bringing back defensive linemen out Woods and former Washington huskies corners Sydney Jones and tight end will dislike Sports was forts at ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio Today connecting online is a big part.

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"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

"Were injured John libertini northwest news radio 7 ten and from the Beacon plumbing sports desk the Seahawks keep two of their more important defensive players Here's Bill Swartz Let the dealing begin the NFL's legal tampering period in free agency started with a slew of deals The Seattle Seahawks made sure not to lose two of their more valuable free agent defenders bringing back Pro Bowl safety quandre Diggs on a three year $40 million contract Defensive lineman Al Woods an important run stuffer also staying with the hawks are tight end will distally and corner Sydney Jones With baseball's 99 day lockout hot stove deals are now spring training transactions The Mariners in red swap 5 players Seattle lands all star outfielder Jesse winker eager to help the Mariners at the two decade playoff dry spell I can't wait to go to Seattle I've heard nothing but amazing things about the city about the team And we're trying to win And I'm really really excited about that looking forward to competing And I can't wait to get over there So you have to also picks up third baseman eugenio Suarez in the deal going to Cincinnati outfielder Jake fraley pitchers Justin Dunn and Brandon Williamson and either cash or a player to be named later Sports was Schwartz at ten 40 after the hour northwest news radio I love date nights at home with you Aw me too The only thing is I'm craving something sweet Be back in ten Wait you can't drive We've been drinking I want ice cream Seriously How old are you I'm a big boy.

"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"justin dunn" Discussed on KOMO

"Terrorist organization He was arrested in May of last year while trying to board a plane to the Middle East Assistant U.S. attorney Todd Greenberg says the FBI was tipped off by the local Muslim community There were people from a mosque who were interacting with mister Williams and who were very concerned about his radicalization In the plea agreement William says he sought martyrdom and wanted to behead others He now faces up to 20 years in federal prison Jeff pojo in northwest news radio A man convicted in a horrific 1980 triple murder at a bar in C tech is once again up for parole Timothy Polly says he's a changed man who deserves a chance at life outside of prison Carlene Johnson reports the victim's family does not believe that June 1980 at the barn door tavern in C tech after closing two men who'd been at the bar earlier plotted to rob the place but ended up killing three people and attempting to kill two others Kelly dowell tarp was only 13 when her father Lauren Dell was killed at the bar put into a cooler with another man They were no threat but Timothy Polly convicted in the murders says he panicked He opened up the cooler and in point blank range executed my father and Robert and walked out that night Thinking that there were no witnesses But Kelly's mom who worked at the bar and another woman survived the killer's rampage This wasn't a robbery that just went bad They made my mom Linda and sherry called her the ones regimen short naked My monitor were tied together With their hands behind their back and down with cords fractured around their necks and tied to different stalls Timothy Polly again up for parole Kelly says her family is offered written please with the indeterminate sentencing review board not to let him out She's also hoping people will contact the parole board urging the same Carlene Johnson northwest news radio 2020 state law requires law enforcement agencies to save sexual assault evidence for 20 years Kelly blaer reports the attorney general's office is helping those departments with the expense of storing it Attorney general bob Ferguson has set aside $177,000 from his office's sexual assault kit initiative grant program to help 53 agencies pay for refrigeration units to store this evidence The initiative asked 260 state agencies if they needed more storage and 53 of them said they did And that's when the AG's office stepped in offering help especially to the smaller departments that might not have the money to purchase refrigeration units Ferguson says more storage means more evidence can be tested and more crimes can be solved He says these resources will bring justice to survivors Kelly blier northwest news radio And it is 6 ten plenty of reasons to smile at Mariners spring training camp more from Bill sports at the Beacon plumbing sports desk Well let's start you out with 80° sunshine and Peoria There will be spring training games in a regular season and throw in a trade to acquire proven big league hitters lots to like Seattle sends outfielder Jake fraley and young pitchers Justin Dunn and Brandon Williamson to Cincinnati to get the reds all star outfielder Jesse winker and third baseman eugenio Suarez M's manager Scott service says no matter which players come aboard the goal remains the same Expectations in that.

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