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"This is Julia Marshall with news our life from the BBC in London Myanmar's military government has blamed the U.S. and the EU for the exclusion of its leader The army general from aimed summit of regional leaders later this month A statement from the Southeast Asian block ASEAN said that an emergency meeting of its foreign ministers was unable to reach a consensus on whether the military junta or the rival national unity government should represent Myanmar and agreed that a non political representative should attend the summit which has also been attended by U.S. president Joe Biden and other world leaders Jonathan head is our Southeast Asia correspondent To be honest I don't think any of them wanted him to come It was more their concerns about what the consequences would be if they excluded him This is a risk averse association which has existed for 54 years by essentially covering up any impression of differences between them And it's worked in the past for us and even expanded to ten members Certainly the Muslim members of ASEAN who've been pretty exercised about the Rohingya problem anyway all of them we think were pretty sick of the fact they weren't getting any concessions at all from the generals They'd asked for these fairly small moves towards dialog and a deescalation of violence back in April Nothing had happened Their envoy was being barred access to meeting unsaid Suu Kyi so he's not gone They felt they had to do this and it is unprecedented for Asian There were differences It's interesting they've gone the way they have This is the sharpest diplomatic rebuke that ASEAN has ever delivered to a member state It might not seem like a big deal to the rest of the world But I think it will shake the generals up in Myanmar and how much it will change them but it'll certainly make them think about the course they're taking And do we have any idea of who this non political representative they've invited instead will be Well there's a lot of discussion about that I mean Myanmar's a very polarized country right now with an escalating Civil War It's a very brutal situation that attitudes have hardened There isn't really anybody that you could call nonpolitical and nobody can think who that would be I don't know what compromise they'll come up with but in essence what I see and said it was quite important in their final statement was that they recognize that the issue about who represents Myanmar overseas is contested And for the first time officially they acknowledged that this national unity government which was established by the MPs ousted by the coupon which is the umbrella group for the opposition has requested to represent Asian at the summit And as clearly felt that they had a case This is actually an in effect saying we don't actually accept that it's decided who the legitimate government is in Myanmar And that decision not to invite the military is in many ways more important than who goes unless they do accept a lower official in the hunter That will get cries of protest from the opposition But whichever way they try and fudge this decision not inviting min online the coup leader still remains a very decisive diplomatic message So a significant blow to the military government but will it in any way do you think affect their behavior I think it might in the past you know we used to dealing with Myanmar military governments That's what there was until about 12 years ago They were actually quite good at brinkmanship at opening up a little bit of diplomatic space getting some international engagement allowing envoys to visit and get a bit of praise but not fundamentally loosely any control over the process But that was the time when they were moving from total repression to a very gradual opening up This is a bit different This military leader has set in train a coup with absolutely catastrophic consequences for the country I'm in a serious breakdown in every humanitarian index every indicative of human well-being The country is falling fast And he knows he's in a spot basically if he were to give way in any way at all any compromise government would demand his head So I'm not sure whether he can play that brinkmanship game as well as his predecessors did I'm not sure he's even capable of it But if they did give a little to Asia and if they allowed the envoy to come to meet unsan tsuchi which is an important point to have some kind of token dialog it would go a long way to taking the pressure off them and just not sure that in their current battle state they're capable of playing that game Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan head When New York's metropolitan opera finally opera opened after an 18 month COVID enforced absence it decided to make an historic gesture Terence Blanchard's fire shut up in my bones is the first performance by a black composer in the Met's a 138 years more familiar to global audiences as the man behind the scores for many of Spike Lee's moves far shut up in my bones as adapted from the memoir of The New York Times columnist Charles blow The opera recounts his upbringing in the royal south and his journey to overcome the sexual abuse he suffered as a child The BBC is near a tough sat down with composer Terence Blanchard.
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"A the co author has some experience in national security and government I worry a lot about the very serious attacks on our democracy from without and within And this book really tackles both Hillary roden Clinton on their new book state of terror first earned newscast Today is Saturday October 16th 2021 Live from NPR news on Barbara Klein Expert advisers to the Food and Drug Administration have voted to recommend that the agency authorize a booster shot of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine NPR's ping Wang reports the expert panel voted unanimously in support of the move In the U.S. around 15 million people have received Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine It was authorized as a single shot Now in the face of breakthrough infections some quite serious the FDA's vaccine advisory committee says one dose may not be enough James hildreth is a panel member and president of mahar medical college We're only going to be necessary for James A. recipient to get a second shot Data shows an additional dose given two or more months after the first could greatly increase protection The panel also recommended a Moderna booster shot for limited groups of people at high risk of COVID because of age health or living situation Next week the booster conversation moves from the FDA to the CDC Their advisers will refine recommendations for how they should be used Ping Huang and PR news Drought conditions along the Colorado River basin are getting attention from lawmakers on Capitol Hill Alex Hager of members station K UNC reports policy makers from the federal government 7 states and two tribes provided testimony yesterday One congressman described the dire water supply issues as quote one of the most pressing challenges we face in the 21st century John anslinger runs the southern Nevada water authority Do we double down on the promises of the last century and fight about water that simply isn't there Or do we roll up our sleeves and deal with the climate realities of this century Many said the river will not be able to support the 40 million people who rely on it Tribal leaders push the federal government to formalize away for tribes to participate in negotiations citing their historical exclusion for NPR news I'm Alex Hager in Greeley Colorado The Association of Southeast Asian Nations will not invite Myanmar's leader to an annual summit this month Michael Sullivan reports The decision to exclude junta leader minong lung is the first major step by taken against Myanmar's military since the February 1st coup and a rare rebuke from an organization known for not involving itself in the internal affairs of its members It was made after ASEAN's special envoy to Myanmar canceled his trip there earlier this week After being informed by the regime he would not be able to meet with Aung San Suu Kyi the deposed leader of the country's civilian government Suu Kyi is currently in detention and faces criminal charges brought by the military that could see her jailed for up to 15 years The virtual summit begins October 26th Friend PR knows I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok This is NPR In Houston Texas a constable deputy has been killed and two others are wounded after an early morning shooting outside a bar where they were responding to a reported disturbance authorities are calling it an ambush Today is world food day in the United Nations is marking the annual occasion by warning the fight against world hunger is being lost As Lisa Schlein reports from Geneva the UN estimates nearly a billion people around the world don't have enough food The UN Morris hunger is on the rise driven globally by conflict displacement and climate change U.S. secretary general Antonio Guterres says the economic impacts of COVID-19 have made a bad situation even worse The pandemic has left an additional women There's 40 million people enabled to access the food they need At the same time the way we produce consume and waste foods is taking a heavy toll on our planet Gutter says nearly 40% of the world's population are 3 billion people can't afford a healthy diet This is causing undernourishment to proliferate around the world For NPR news I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva At cape canaveral in Florida this morning NASA launched its first mission to explore Jupiter's Trojan asteroids the Lucy probe is expected to spend the next 12 years investigating what scientists call the fossils of planetary formation up close I'm Barbara Klein NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include the katina foundation supporting the asylum seeker advocacy project providing more than 100,000 asylum seekers in the U.S. with community and legal support Learn more at asylum dot news.
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When Yukon River Chum Stocks Collapsed, Donated Fish Came in From Bristol Bay
"This summer saw some of the worst runs on alaska's yukon river but bristol bay processors have been enjoying great runs and donated fish to alaska native tribes along the yukon river kyi. Uk's olivia egberts reports. You're going to write the number of fish on this label. that's tanya ives. She's packing up chum. And kim salmon to be distributed to villages along the lower yukon river bristol. Bay processors sent the salmon too. Quick pack the only fish processing plant on the yukon. This donation is about twelve thousand. Pounds of salmon. Quick pack is splitting it up. Between ten lower yukon river villages the yukon river has seen its. Worst summer chum. Salmon run on record that means the commercial. Fishery is closed and puck can't sell salmon this year subsistence. Fishing for chum. Shook is also closed and many people along. The river have not had a taste of the fish yet. This season with puck voted the salmon community to community we down thousands of pounds of frozen fish a tender boats lowly motors up the cold rainy yukon. At the helm stands captain darren jennings saving delivering salmon to the villages is new to him in previous years. It'd be picking up commercial. Fisherman's fresh catch and taking it. Back to quick. Look we dock in saint. Mary's workers from all gotcha and undressed ski. Tribes the fish into their pickups and then drive them to households all evening a woman inge bay from saint. Mary's is grateful to have at least a bit of fish. We got to right now. I have them dying out. So i can can them with little opportunity for subsistence salmon. Fishing her grocery bill has gone out. her husband. walkie says they'll have to try for other species of fish to get them through the winter in saint. Mary's i'm olivia egberts.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi Tells Lawyers Trial Testimony Against Her Is Wrong
"Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi tells lawyers testimony against her is fulls and whenever that the almighty did the one he did not give any secretary coming with missing with interest during the entire court hearing process and told us which testimony is wrong and which one should be cross examined the charges are relatively minor but if convicted could keep her from contesting new elections published by the minute tree within two years of its take other critics of the ruling junta safe the proceedings against suu kyi a politically motivated the meant to try to legitimize the military's seizure of power and discourage her I'm Charles Taylor this month
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Appears Personally in Court
"Myanmar's leader. Aung san suu. Cheap has appeared in court in person for the first time since the military seized power on february. First michael sullivan reports from neighboring thailand. Her lawyer says the seventy five year old suci looked in good health and wished myanmar's health as well. He said her defense team was able to meet with her for about thirty minutes. Before the largely procedural hearing in the capital nippy suji faces several charges including violating the colonial era official secrets act. if convicted. She could be jailed for up to fourteen years so she has been in detention since the morning of the coup. Her supporters say. The charges against her are politically motivated aimed at keeping her from holding office in the future. The military justified its goo- by claiming massive fraud in the november twenty twenty election. Suci party won in a landslide
Myanmar Coup: Aung San Suu Kyi Faces Fresh Charges
"Mazda. Pos leader aung sang suu. Chief faces fresh against her which could lead to have being imprisoned for up to fourteen years. Lawyers say this week. She was accused of breaking a secrets. Law dating back to the colonial era the charges for warning from u n special envoy that unless action is taken to calm the violent crackdown on protesters by the military hunter. A bloodbath is imminent gwen. Robinson is molecules. Bangkok correspondent t follows events in myanmar. Very classy grand. Good morning good afternoon. Good afternoon good to have you with. Just could you just recap the charges that aung san suu cheese now facing well. It's a variety The the initial ones were very You know baffling trivial including you know illegal possession of walkie-talkies and And then they were adding Other charges which seemed to be including very weirdly worded In spreading fear and alone under this As you mentioned the colonial-era law so it's not a hundred percent. Clear that the detail of held it charging or characterizing fear and alarm and how to see how she can spread fear big locked up in ninety dole with very little no exist to the world but these are the judges that the second set of challenges that we're announced on monday Actually carry a prison terms of up to fourteen whereas the previous ones were only three but actually rather academic because it's very clear that they the to is determined to you know throw everything they can to and Locker
Myanmar junta frees hundreds held for anti-coup protests
"My my state TV says over six hundred people imprisoned for protesting last month's coup have been released it's the first apparent gesture by the military to try to placate the protest movement witnesses outside Insein prison in young console busloads of mostly young people looking happy was some flashing the three finger gesture of defiance adopted by protesters the prisoners appear to be the hundreds of students detained in early March while demonstrating against the Fabry first coupe that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi I'm sorry I. Shockley
Protests, tear gas in Myanmar after UN envoy urges action
"Security forces in Myanmar have again used force to disperse anti coup protesters it comes a day off to the UN special envoy urged the security council to take action to quell John to violence that is left around fifty peaceful protesters dead and scores injured this week large protests have occurred daily across many cities and towns security forces are responding with grace if you simply through force and mass arrests the escalation of violence has put pressure on the world community to act to restrain the gentile which seized power on February first by ousting the elected government of Aung sung suu kyi I'm Sarah Bassett
More protests and funeral follow deadly shootings in Myanmar
"Another large protests took place in Mandalay near don't kill it with the two protesters were killed by police today India many of the protesters like those who killed workers from the railway wheel truck isn't civil servants have been taking part in a civil disobedience campaign against the gym into a funeral was also helpful young woman who was killed by police in the capital not Patel on February the ninth two days before her twentieth birthday the death was the first confirmed death amongst thousands of protesters who rallied against the fed refers to the top of the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi when nobody was released along my tries procession began a drive to the cemetery in Yangon Myanmar's biggest city about a thousand demonstrators on that the women onto an elevated roadway I'm Karen Thomas
2 Myanmar protesters killed by police fire, reports say
"Two anti coup protesters have been shot dead by riot police in Myanmar local media have reported the shootings had occurred in Myanmar's second largest city Mandalay where tear gas water cannons and rubber bullets had been used on protesters earlier in the day and you protesters in Myanmar's two largest cities also paid tribute to a young woman who died a day earlier after being shot by police during a rally against the military takeover US state department spokesperson net price offered his government's condolences and reiterated coals on the military to refrain from violence against peaceful protest is the military seized power earlier this month after detaining Nobel laureate Aung sung suu kyi saying elections in November what tainted by voting irregularities I'm Serra basses
Big protests across Myanmar as UN expert fears violence
"Protesters against the military coup in man mall show no signs of backing down even ask for you an expert on human rights in Myanmar warms off the prospect for major violence thousands March down the swine flu bugs challenging for the release of detained leader Aung sung suu kyi the marches include importing some private banks and engineers in the second largest city of Mandalay thousands out protesting U. N. repertoire Tom Andrews has received reports of soldiers being transported into young going to make a city's outlying regions in a statement from his office in Geneva he said in the past such a troop movements preceded killings disappearances and detentions on a mass scale I'm Charles the last month
Myanmar protests resume after 2nd night of internet shutdown
"Peaceful demonstrations against Myanmar's military takeover have resumed following violence against protesters a day earlier by security forces found internet access blocked this month's March streets before holding a demonstration outside the U. N.'s local office the presence of monks among the ranks of the demonstrators will help boost moral authority on the protest movement in a country where the vast majority of bodies and still deeply traditional protests as a demanding the nation's elected leader Aung sung suu kyi and members of the house to the government be freed from detention I'm Charles de Ledesma
Myanmar's Coup Leaders Level More Charges Against Ousted Leader Suu Kyi
"More charges in Myanmar for ousted leader Aung Sung Souci, Her lawyer now says she is facing charges connected to a law that has been used to prosecute people who violated coronavirus restrictions that she was removed from office in a military coup more than two weeks ago, and protests have gone on in the
Suu Kyi detention extended as protests continue in Myanmar
"Myanmar's military leaders have extended the detention of deposed leader Aung sung suu kyi all oil almost by suu kyi's political party to represent her since the deposed leader will now be remanded until February seventeenth when she will likely appear in court by video conference the Nobel laureate remains under house arrest on a minor charge of possessing unregistered imported walkie talkies the extended detention is likely to further inflame tensions between the military which is seized power in a coup two weeks ago on the protesters who've taken to the streets of cities across the southeast Asian nation seeking the return of the government they liked it I'm Charles Taylor that's my
Myanmar rattled by army movements, expected internet cutoff
"US numbers of demonstrators defied orders against protests and took to the streets of Myanmar once more to March against the military takeover that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi laws demonstrations were held in the major cities of Yangon Mandalay and the capital not PPL as well as in far flung areas dominated by ethnic minorities protesters near gone again rallied outside the Chinese and US embassies thank you Beijing a popping up the minute you regime in a proportion to the factions sensing the military resistance also took place in cyberspace hackers deface the government's needs website replacing its ten page with Watson pixies against someone to take care of a the accident took place after the routing to into issued a new order suspending several basic civil liberties the recent order allows authorities to carry out searches and make arrests without warrants and permits the detention of detainees for more than twenty four hours without permission I'm Karen Thomas
Human Rights Council hears call for immediate release of Myanmar’s Suu Kyi
"Un human rights council debated a call on friday for the immediate release of myanmar's democratically elected leader. Aung sang succi along with other senior officials in a special session at the geneva-based council which is the preeminent forum for international rights issues. the united kingdom and european union presented a draft resolution condemning last week's military takeover the draft text urges the lifting of restrictions on the internet and unimpeded humanitarian access. Here's another al-nashif deputy high commissioner for human rights. Let us be clear. The indiscriminate use of lethal or less than lethal weapons against peaceful protesters is unacceptable more violence against me and must people will only compound the illegitimacy of the cool and the culpability of its leaders. Special rapporteur on the human rights situation in myanmar. Thomas andrews also urged the international community not to recognize the country's military leaders arbitrary detentions and intimidation. I increasing the independent rights expert continued adding that political leaders were targets as well as community and civil society leaders myanmar's ambassador to responded by underscoring his country's commitment to democratic values and justified the military's intervention as
Biden orders sanctions on Myanmar generals as key Aung San Suu Kyi aide detained
"President joe biden has approved new sanctions on me and mas military rulers. following last week's coup biden's also called for the release of detained political officials including the day. Facto leader aung sang suu. Chee this comes out to her. Top aide to see chee and several others linked to the previous government would attained overnight in another round of political
Water cannon fired at protesters as crowds swell in Myanmar
"Confrontations between the authorities and demonstrators protesting against last week's coup in Myanmar have boiled over please follow will to kind of a large crowd of peaceful protesters in Myanmar's capital non violent protests demanding the release of detained leader suu kyi and the restoration of her government have spread all over the country with the win of them growing after the authorities on Sunday lifted a brief all internet access there have been no signs of protests is all the minute train all backing down in the argument over who is the country's legitimate government the National League for democracy politics well the military who claim a recent poll was marred by voting fooled I'm Charles de Ledesma
Aung San Suu Kyi reportedly charged with owning illegal walkie-talkies
"The charges are insignificant. Possession of illegal walkie talkies but they could be enough to put myanmar's de facto leader. Aung sang suu behind bars for two years and borrow from standing for political office
Myanmar charges Suu Kyi, giving legal basis to detain her
"Residents in Myanmar's largest city of held anomalies protests for the second night in opposition to Monday's minute tree crews banging pots and pans together smashing Putin's with sticks and clapping loudly residents stepped up assisting quickly assisted on balconies of downtown apartment blocks or in the street with passing because joining in with glaring holes in a country where the military has a record of dealing brutally with protests the tactic means they can make their feelings known with little physical risk Monday's coop came as lawmakers have gathered in the capital for the opening of a new parliamentary session I'm Charles the last month
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"Com com jay courtesy is with us the wwl kyi white chief meteorologist you have to be loving this now you like you said you come back from vacation it's been raining driving our colleagues crazy and you come back and make asian is like all good you just got to know which buttons to push that's exactly right yeah hey no i mean the radar scan fantastic there is nothing nothing across the region for a change yeah it's beautiful out there so it is going to continue for the most part now terry the pattern has changed were gone from the big storm complexes on almost a day-to-day basis to more of a summertime regime and how fitting it is summer now as we roll into the rest of the afternoon and evening simply beautiful middle and upper eighties low humidity is a lot of sunshine right around seventy tonight we climb close to ninety tomorrow a little bit more mugginess out there but still lots of sunshine basically a dry day same on thursday close to ninety and then as more humidity gets into the mix friday saturday and sunday a pop up a stray afternoon storm would be possible it would rain on somebody maybe fifteen thirty minutes that would be at plenty of dry time as well outside right now it's beautiful no rain expected this afternoon enjoy it's now eighty five degrees bluecross blueshield believed everyone should have access to healthcare no matter who you are or where you live that's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training former military medics to serve.
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"The afternoon not your wwl kyi forecast i'm meteorologist mamello says it's seventy one now at news radio eight forty w. h. a._s. our top story l. m. b. with a full slate of armagh sides to investigate after a weekend violence paul miles with the details a woman was shot to death inside an apartment on rowena road off bardstown road sunday morning jody greer lives in the neighborhood and tells w. l. k. don't make bill just like everybody of that somebody's daughter police say jose rodriguez admitted to shooting the woman he's in jail charged with murder two people were shot to death last night in the jacobs neighborhood including one of two women who were found in a car on wheeler avenue a short time later police found a man dead on thenia avenue and then early this morning l._a._p._d. found a man dead in the chickasaw neighborhood a half dozen shootings over the weekend claimed the lives of four people in louisville paul miles newsradio eight forty w. h. a. s. at seven oh two at news radio eight forty w h s just over a thousand people in jefferson county waking up this morning without electricity that number down from just about thirteen thousand customers as of ten o'clock last night that the result of sunday's line of storms across the river duke energy reporting about nine thousand people were in the dark in southern indiana the storms produced least one tornado warning in the louisville area but no significant damage or confirmed tornadoes the immigration raids that didn't happen but they still could in about two weeks i'm tom foty the weekend came and went the much advertised immigration rates around the country did not houston's among the cities where such rates were expected speaking democratic congresswoman sheila jackson-lee difficulty that we face now is frankly an administration that is not chosen to delve into a cooperative process taking issue vice president pence secure the border with a wall we have to close the loopholes mexico has to implement the agreement that they've made the congress has got to step up the president's going to continue demand they do it was on face the nation tom foty c._b._s. news washington maine while secretary of state mike pompeo trying to round up international support against iran pompeii o- on the ground in saudi arabia the sworn he'll also head to the united arab emirates to speak with the u._s. allies as tensions between iran and the u._s. gross strained last week iran shot down an unmanned drone president trump nearly retaliated with the military strike iran retaliating with words of their own saying that they're prepared to shoot down another drone because now they know they can a teacher at a catholic school in indiana out of a job for being in a same sex marriage indianapolis cathedral high schools board of directors issuing a statement saying they had to terminate the teacher to remain a catholic school per the instructions of the archdiocese of indianapolis to hikers or safe after being lost in jefferson memorial forest the two became law sunday as the storms rolled into town they were found last night by fire and police crews called in to help with the search their condition unknown a pup named scam the tramp the winner of the world's ugliest dog contest the tiny dog beat out nineteen other contestants for the title at the cinema marin county fair in patou petunia california scam performer stray on the streets of compton he and his owner one fifteen hundred dollars to take home fifteen to donate to a show another fifteen hundred dollars to donate to a shelter a trip to new york city and an appearance on the.
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"S. Wwl Kyi meteorologists, easy and Horgan. We're in the seventies today, but will hold onto the chance of some scattered showers and storms will really ramp up that storm threat as we head into tonight overnight, lows drop down into the forties. Highs only in the fifties. Tomorrow with the risk of a few more, scattered showers and attempts on Saturday only make it into the forties, and it will have a decent shot at some scattered rain showers. I'm wwl key wine meteorologist, Suzanne organ, it's sixty nine News Radio eight forty W H AS our top story nearly two years after the investigation began today, we're expecting new details about the special counsels Russia reports Karen Travers at the White House. The final report from special counsel. Robert Muller is nearly four hundred pages. The result of an intense twenty two month investigation nineteen special counsel. Prosecutors in forty FBI agents issued more than twenty eight hundred subpoenas executed nearly five hundred search warrants and interviewed approximately five hundred witnesses attorney general William bar. Last month released a four page letter laying out molars principal conclusions, including the headline that no members of President Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian officials to influence the two thousand sixteen election. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House will brief the press hours before congress gets the report House Judiciary committee chairman, Jerry, Nadler, criticized bars decision to inform the White House. I to here's the White House on the report before providing congress copy, which has helped them prepare rebuttal response for the president, Michelle Franzen ABC news. It's six thirty two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S four fire departments in Louisville's east. End are merging those departments. Anchorage, Middletown, Eastwood, heritz creek and Worthington, fire all voted and approved to become one last night. Herons creek chief Kevin Tyler telling wwl, okay. Why the move is good for everyone and not only for the safety. First of all of them a firefighters. But also the safety of my residence because I'll have more response time. More personnel.
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"Check in with wwl Kyi chief meteorologist j courtesy for a weekend weather. All right, Terry. We've got some decent weekend weather on the way. And like you said it is cloudy across much of the region. It's gonna stay that way for the rest of the afternoon, but it will be dry and those temperatures will be a mix of low to middle sixties. So it's actually pretty pleasant out there. Four tonight were expecting partly to mostly cloudy conditions. Temperatures down around fifty three we're going to warm things up quite a bit tomorrow, some sunshine, we'll start to break through by the middle of the day through the afternoon. Highs around seventy five now Sunday is going to be warm middle to upper seventies. But I think you might need the umbrella from time to time with a chance for early and then again late day, scattered showers and storms otherwise in between a little bit of sunshine. Highs again in the mid to upper seventies outside right now, we have clouds in sixty three. Newsradio. Eight forty W H AS online at W H S dot com on your phone with the iheartradio app and on hundreds of devices like Alexa, Google home XBox and someone else, and I heart radio station. Breaking all the rules at Genesis diamonds this weekend days of spectacular savings store wide the once a year spring extravaganza. It's bigger and better than ever extra savings up to thirty five percent brings hearings pendants, bracelets, colored gemstones since election. Genesis massive top designers afloat in their entire collections. All on sale even GI as diamonds, especially price special financing available on any purchase. So MRs incredible event Friday through Sunday, only, only Genesis diamonds. Shelbyville road plaza. Genesis diamonds once a year spring extravaganza is here this weekend. Three days of phenomenal savings store wide you. Save up to thirty five percent off. Genesis already guaranteed. Best prices rings, earrings bracelets, bands, more, plus special financing, eight break all the rules for this once a year of and it's a thirty million dollar selection with designers bringing in their entire collections. All on sale. GI diamonds are marked down this Friday through Sunday, only and only get. Genesis diamonds. Shelbyville road plaza. See store for details. Credit card debt burying you alive. What if one phone call could help save you thousands of dollars years of stress and anxiety? What if one phone call right now? Could help save your family from bankruptcy. We're credit associates and one phone call to us could help save you thousands. Because if you have more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt, you may not have to pay it all off for free information on how we could settle your debt for a lot less than you owe. Call one eight hundred six hundred one eight eight three there's no obligation just for information. Sometimes all it takes to change your life is one phone call make your call now. And we'll show you for free. Just how much money you could save one eight hundred six hundred one eight eight three we depend on your success and offer a guarantee so there's no risk to call. This is too important to wait. Call one eight hundred six hundred one eight eight three you have a one in two chance of having prediabetes or diabetes. We can take steps right now to beat the odds. It's baritone day Thurston. And on this episode of spit. I.
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"Wwl Kyi's Mamello says we're going to have a cloudy sky today with a high around sixty eight tonight cloudy with low down to fifty afternoon showers coming your way tomorrow with a high of sixty six and for Friday morning showers. Anybody afternoon the high of sixty seven forty five at Kentucky Anna's morning news. This is the sound of ordering the new d Q, chicken and waffles basket chicken. This is the sound of the drive there to what was going you, bro waffles during the Sierra de. Okay. In control. Basket with four crispy strips sweet Belgian waffles fries and Sarah. Yeah. That sounds like d. Do. Happy tastes good say, folks. I am thrilled to welcome back. Our good friends at Mahindra just in time for spring right now. Your Mahindra dealer has more ways to save during their demo and drive sales event. Demo a Mahindra emax twenty s H S T and save up to twenty five hundred dollars off MS RPM with power package implements. Plus it comes with me hinders industry leading seven year limited powertrain warranty. Mahindra tractors are easy to operate. They are fuel efficient and man are they powerful. There's more for your money. What more could you ask for visit Mahindra USA dot com to find your dealer and get more Mahindra during the demo drive sales event for purchases of max twenty s HSE now through June thirtieth two thousand nine hundred stop and go to Mahindra USA dot com. For more information take advantage of rock bottom prices and great financing.
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"Bobby Ellis, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. I talks with the updated forecast. I'm wwl Kyi chief meteorologist j Cardoso that rain will be ending the evening, otherwise we're expecting cloudy and chilly conditions through the overnight. Temperatures will settle back to right around thirty three going expect a lot of sunshine to wrap up the work week for tomorrow. The first day of March will start off cloudy and still quite cool. High temperatures right around forty three continued mostly cloudy Saturday, but dry forty-eight chance for snow in here on Sunday. That's your w k y forecast, I'm chief meteorologist, j courtesy. And it's currently thirty five degrees hurt NewsRadio. Eight forty W. H A S our top story. The latest Kentucky. Teachers pension reform Bill is on its way to the full house. The Bill launched a teacher sickout today. Closing half a dozen districts hundreds of teachers made their way to Frankfurt to protest the measure would change the makeup of the Kentucky teacher's retirement system board Michael Cohen is out of a closed door. Hearing chairman, Adam Schiff, says Cohen shed some light on key issues. Cohen described the. Hiring is productive. Adding that he's committed to telling the truth. He'll be back on Capitol Hill for more testimony on March sixth and North Korea is disputing President Trump's characterization of negotiations following a second summit with Kim Jong UN Trump said they were unable to reach a deal due to sanctions, but North Korean officials say they only asked for partial removal of those sanctions your next news update is coming at seven o'clock. I'm Healy Henson NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Kentucky, Anna's, breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Ninety four Genesis diamonds..
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"I Phoenix Kyi OT HD, two Phoenix an iheartradio station. Michael Cohen makes some scathing accusations against his former boss from the five fifty KFI news, remind Frik Barton, it explosive testimony before the house oversight committee today. Cohen called Donald Trump a racist. Akon men and a cheat. Mr. Trump is racist. The country has seen Mr. Trump court white supremacists and bigots Trump's former personal lawyer said he is a shamed of taking part in Trump's illicit act. Meanwhile, Arizona congressman Paul gosar who was on the committee Toko, and he doesn't believe a thing. He says liar liar pants on fire. No one should ever. Listen to you and gives you credibility. It's sad. Go admitted that he had previously lied to protect the president. He said at a prison after pleading guilty to lying to congress, Bank fraud, tax fraud and campaign finance violations. A second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN is taking place in Hanoi. The two leaders will hold a bilateral meeting Thursday and are expected to discuss of a righty of issues, including denuclearization of North Korea. A Bill expanding gun background checks is headed to the Senate after clearing the democratic led house. The vote was to forty to one ninety. It's the first time eighty gun control measure has cleared the house in a generation democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi said it is time to start taking steps to curb the epidemic of gun violence in the US abandons in extremely critical condition at a valley trauma center after becoming pinned underneath a light rail train earlier today Phoenix firefighters say they use special airbags to lift a portion of the train and free. The man it is believed he became trapped after being struck by the train at nineteenth avenue in Montebello. It could take a few weeks for eight dot crews to repair all the potholes that have popped up on state roads and highways in the valley following recent winter storm, they loaded up their trucks with heated patching material that they can put into some of the areas that are damaged by the storm. They patched those areas they Tampa down and area by area. They're getting to these worn out. Spots. Spokesman ninsu says the combination of moisture and cold temperature took its toll on roadways.
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"The updated overnight forecast. I'm wwl Kyi chief meteorologist j cargo safe a slight chance for a shower of much of the rain will stay south of Louisville. Temperatures will bottom out around thirty eight looking ahead to your Friday, continued cloudy, high temperatures in the upper forties. Just a slight chance for a brief shower better chances for rain and few storms and some of that rain could be heavy moves in Saturday into Saturday evening. That's your w well k y forecast I'm chief meteorologist j Cardo. See broadcasting live twenty four seven from the dot Howard plumbing, heating dare studios. This is use radio eight forty W H A S for some kids then please only met with a deafening. Silence. Silence can leave them cold. No, one to help them navigate the sometimes treacherous passive of life, which all too often leads to bad places to not one is an organization that understands the powerful role bothers can play in a child's life while they have a wonderful group of volunteers. They also need. Financial support for this important work. Visit to not one dot org to donate to help end the silence in a kid's life, come on, son. They listeners is Denise Casey heating and cooling Casey has been employee owned and operated for over forty years. It's getting cold outside. And we have warmed up a savings on our new train high efficiency furnace for as low as one hundred dollars a month cases. Here's your local train dealer. It's hard to stop a train scheduled clean. A check for sixty five ninety nine on existing furnaces joined the Casey club for twenty four seven discounts, including no overtime charges customer. Satisfaction is our goal to calls today at four nine one nine eight or schedule on the web at Kyi comfort dot com. Coast to coast AM is on NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Never. See? Soon..
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"I Phoenix Kyi OT HD two Phoenix iheartradio station. Insisting he won't resign. I'm Jane Metzler. Fox News the calls keep coming for Virginia's democratic governor. Ralph north to step down over racist, photographs in his nineteen Eighty-four med school yearbook on CNN state of the union, north close friend. Former governor Terry McAuliffe predicted his former running mate would do the right thing. Once they picture with the black face and the clansman came out. There is no way you can continue to be the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. President Trump among those saying Northam should step down. But Ohio democratic Senator Sherrod Brown. Had a problem with that. I think this country hasn't dealt well with issues of race. I mean, we have a president who is a racist Brown on NBC's. Meet the press. Governor north initially apologized then said he was not in that yearbook photograph he said he did dark in his face when he dressed his Michael Jackson to compete in a dance. Contest. President Trump now at his Florida golf club hosting. His annual Super Bowl viewing party. No doubt. He's happy. The patriots are leading three to nothing in the third quarter. Pat, sooner Robert Kraft, contributed a million bucks to the president's first presidential campaign another Super Bowl Sunday tradition. The presidential interview President Trump's here this morning on CBS has face the nation. And he went after house speaker Nancy Pelosi for opposing his border wall saying very bad for our country. Pelosi not surprised by those comments saying she does support funding for border security, but calls a wall, a waste of taxpayers money a mixed martial arts fighter accused in a double murder. Now back in custody and Conroe Texas fighters Cedric marks escape from a prison transport van at a McDonald's in that Houston suburb nine hours earlier, he's accused of killing an ex girlfriend.
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"Phoenix Kyi OT HD, two Phoenix iheartradio station. Insisting he won't resign. I'm Jane Metzler. Fox News the calls keep coming for Virginia's democratic governor. Ralph Northam to step down over racist, photographs in his nineteen Eighty-four med school yearbook on CNN state of the union, north close friend. Former governor Terry McAuliffe predicted his former running mate would do the right thing. Once they picture with the black face and the clansman came out. There is no way you can continue to be the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. President Trump among those saying north should step down. But Ohio democratic Senator Sherrod Brown. Had a problem with that. I think this country hasn't dealt well with the issues of race. I mean, we have a president who is a racist Brown on NBC's. Meet the press. Governor north initially apologized then said he was not in that yearbook photograph he said he did dark in his face when he dressed Michael Jackson to compete in dance. Contest. President Trump now at his Florida golf club hosting. His annual Super Bowl viewing party. No doubt. He's happy. The patriots are leading three to nothing in the third quarter. Pat, sooner Robert Kraft, contributed a million bucks to the president's first presidential campaign another Super Bowl Sunday tradition. The presidential interview President Trump's here this morning on CBS has face the nation. And he went after house speaker Nancy Pelosi for opposing his border wall saying, which is very bad for our country. Pelosi not surprised by those comments saying she does support funding for border security, the calls a wall, a waste of taxpayers money a mixed martial arts fighter accused in a double murder. Now back in custody and Conroe Texas fighter. Cedric marks escaped from a prison transport van at McDonald's in that Houston suburb nine hours earlier, he's accused of killing an ex girlfriend and.
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"Kyi forecast. I'm Emmolo savage. This report is sponsored by mothers against drunk driving. Mothers against drunk driving supports victims of drunk driving drunk driving and underage drinking at no charge. Call twenty four victim Heflin at eight seven seven mad health or visit mad dot org. That's NHCD dot ORG. Basketball takes on Florida Saturday at two thirty on NewsRadio. Wait, forty w wage. Yes. A couple of things I got an Email here from Chris, and he writes. He says, you know, the left is already tried to infiltrate the idea of a convention of the states further. I think we got the constitution. Right. The first time. I don't see any Ben Franklin's or James Madison's running around now. So I don't believe this generation can create anything better fix. What you have. Now as best you can with the constitution has to guide with the constitutional convention. We open Pandora's box in anything goes. That's why I do not get I still every day. I get emails people. Rue the twenty. No, I'm not interested in a convention of the states. It's a horrible idea show me the George Washington. Running around America today show me the Thomas Jefferson who helped craft the great enlightenment revolutions of the seventeen seventeen hundreds and eighteen hundreds. I mean, he it was Thomas Jefferson, and Ben Franklin's influence that led not only to D And lightning and the freedom of America. But also to enlightening in Europe and other places around the world, and kind of the spark of democracy that still reverberates three hundred years later two hundred and fifty years, later, whatever. But I don't see any guys like that walking around with that kind of clarity of of mental thought, and that kind of ability to foresee the future and future problems that might arise and future generations, etc. So no a convention estates, a horrible idea, the our guest Philip he had great ideas about what to fix, but none of the problems he accurately pointed out need to be fixed by constitutional amendment. The only thing. Separating us. We the people. From what we claim we want out of Washington and Frankfurt for that matter is who we elect. And that's on us and we fail to realize that we think we all well, I don't like what's going on. Let's just have a constitutional convention. That's not how this works. Do you know what it took to have the constitution in the first place? Everybody who signed on that line was risking their entire fortune and their lives. If this had not worked out the way it did. They were all going to be hung in the public square. I don't think people.
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"You're so funny Kyi so funny all the time. That's what he would do though. That's how he did it. And there was one story, and I had a friend confirmed. This to me there was one story where he had this reporter he was going to do this piece on him because they call him the dirty trickster. He he was an apple guy for Nixon and Reagan. So he did some oppo guys are are all weird people. I never met an apple person who wasn't weird. They're all weird cats, man. They're all strange. They're all they all think that they're black ops guys. And it's hysterical to me every single them. One of you guys have to understand politics. All these people think that that that get involved in op research, they all there. So weird. And stone is no different. But he he he did that where he invited the reporter and just to make the reporter Phil as uncomfortable as possible. And he's like if you if you want the story bad enough, then you're gonna and he couldn't by doing that it just really messed the reporter up. They didn't really know how to write the story. He's done that kind of stuff before. But he did he started with Nixon, and then he ended up by doing it for Reagan as well. And. He's he was he's been in politics forever. I introduced him to folks up at FOX years ago, and he was on my radio show quite a bit as you know, because I've known him. I was not happy when I wasn't happy when he started defending WikiLeaks. That's when I was like, yeah. This is where I draw the line. And that was that was when video came out. I mean, the other stuff you can kind of be like, ha ha casher, STAN damn stone. You're so weird. What are you doing? But the WikiLeaks stuff when that video came out the collateral damage. I I I am not a fan of WikiLeaks. I'm not financial in assigns. What they did put our troops in danger. And that's according to the troops who are over there serving. And I'm going to take their word for it, then more so than I'm gonna take some, you know, annoying reporter that thinks that they know more about this stuff than the guys who were sitting over there in the desert now MAURICE in the heat every day. So I know when our guys were like at that was really messed up because we had a re-route supply lines in our movements were known, and it got real dangerous and sketchy there for us for a little bit. I lives were put in danger. I take that seriously and that video that was released by WikiLeaks that collateral damage video that was trying to portray our military is bad people. I don't know why in the hell there some conservatives that decided to get out there and think that defending WikiLeaks, Julian Assange is a good thing. I will never understand that. And that's where I draw the line drew the line there. That's what I was like, I just can't I can't get behind that. I can't talk to. I can't talk to you. If that's what you're doing. You know, I just can't. So that was and I will never forget WikiLeaks. That compound sand for all I care. I just I've never I'm never gonna that. That infuriated me. And I was I, you know, I talked to some people who are over there at the time that the video came out and some friends of ours. And and you know, they they don't talk a lot about it. But they, but the most that they'll say, and because this is the most that they'll say makes me realize the severity and gravity of it. Like that really messed up a lot of stuff they didn't say stuff, but like at it messed up a lot of stuff, and it's all that'll be said, I'm like, wow, that's serious. So I when you when you start doing that stuff you're playing with fire. What the hell do you expect? When when you when you're getting involved with that, and and they sedate illegally obtained these e mails from Hillary Clinton's server and WikiLeaks, Adam and apparently stone was was getting them or something. And now, he's got these process charges. The hacking is illegal what Hillary Clinton, I think also did is illegal. You know? So we're going to go. To break real quick and come back with more of the Danish show here in just a moment SuperBeets. If you don't make resolutions if you do and you're overwhelmed by the start of the new year power up get some SuperBeets. They harness.
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"The wapner tells Kyi TV it happened when he was surfing with breads off Montana de Oro state park that seemed to come out of nowhere. We're playing in their world. And I mean, they're they're looking for prey, and sometimes you just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, you ended up with fifty stitches in his legs them ankle. But does he knows it could have been a whole lot worse. They could have hit an artery or something. But it just kind of like they got my ankles and my legs a little bit. But yeah, I I got I got so lucky Parkway jer estimates. The great white was fifteen feet long wapner is a student nearby says he doesn't blame the shark, and then it was likely just curious Andy's has while. He knows the chance of meeting up with a shark again is possible. He's not going to stop surfing. A deer hunter is accused of getting drunk and shooting woman instead of a deer. Police in Iowa say thirty four year old Lee Joseph riles had been drinking when he fired a rifle from the front deck of a camper hoping to hit a deer. He shot a seventy three year old woman in her home by accident and the bullet hit her in the head. The wapo county sheriff's office says she was cleaning her stove when she heard a loud noise and felt pain in the back of her head when she saw that she was heavily bleeding. She drove herself to a hospital where doctors operated on her and removed. A bullet riles has been charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and reckless use of a firearm. Australia has issued is highest avalanche warning possible after a deadly winter storm right through Europe, at least fourteen weather related deaths. Have been reported in Europe over the last week. Hundreds of residents were sticking their homes due to blocked roads in some regions experienced power outages after snow Laden trees took down power lines schools were closed. In parts of Austria. And southern Germany several roads and highways whip blocked leading to a twenty kilometer traffic jam name unique many sloops in the Alps have been closed as a precaution. Trump may declare a national emergency. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news at the White House is considering using billions of dollars an unspent disaster relief funds to pay for President Trump's border wall. Earlier today as he's leaving the White House for Texas. Trump told reporters have a win make a.
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"Kyi chief meteorologist j cargo quiet out there for the rest of the overnight with some passing clouds, a low of thirty six we climbed to forty six on Friday afternoon, but have the umbrellas ready to go with periods of light rain developing. This is a quick moving system though. So that by Saturday and Sunday, we dry it out some sunshine returns, along with warmer weather. That's your w k y forecast, I'm chief meteorologist j Cardo. See this is a Bloomberg market minute. Data from Washington could help set the tone for the Friday session on Wall Street. Stocks took a pounding yesterday after apple trimmed at sales outlook. The Dow Jones industrials fell six hundred sixty points or two point eight percent. The Labor Department's December employment report is on the way this morning and economists surveyed by Bloomberg think we'll hear that about one hundred eighty thousand jobs were created last month. Forecasters expect the unemployment rate to hold three point seven percent. ADP reported yesterday that private firms added two hundred seventy one thousand workers to their payrolls. In december. Sean crews of TD Ameritrade tells Bloomberg radio the economic indicators are important. He's also keeping tabs on the trade war markets. Got a little bit of encouragement with the tweet over the weekend. Also news that there is going to be a delegation heading out to Beijing to try and keep negotiations going through says trade uncertainty may be starting to hit the Chinese economy. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
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"Past the hour. We finish today's globalist in Japan or company that makes earthquake shock. Absorbers for buildings has been caught up in a scandal over fakery k, be corpse. Products are used to protect hundreds of buildings across Japan, including some that will be used for the two thousand and twenty Olympics by reducing how much they shake in an earthquake on. Now, it's been order to replace those shock-absorbers with something better after the merge, it had falsified data about how effective they are a Monaco's Kenji whole is following the story for us from our Tokyo bureau. Welcome to the program Kenji. What level of fakery are we talking about. Well, Kyi be has said that nine hundred and eighty six buildings and structures across Japan had used its products. We don't have the full you list yet. We'll get that sometime the next hour or so when the company holds a news conference, but we do know is that it includes Tokyo sky tree, which is Japan's tall structure. It includes government buildings, hospitals, highrise apartments university facilities. And as you mentioned, several venues that will be used for the twenty twenty Olympics, including the swimming arena and volleyball facilities which are now under construction. I have we any idea as to to to fought exact kind of data. They have been manipulating. Is it the efficacy of these shock absorbers. Well, it was the data that was supposed to verify that these shock absorbers lived up to industry standards. Now, Kyi said that only had one in-house inspector to check the quality of the products at the companies to factories in central Japan that are making these observers..