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"kaylie" Discussed on WJR 760
"That Briana Noble and Kaylie all about earnings. On the auto companies, which can seem kind of dry, But this is very, very real. I think we're living through something kind of an automotive agony and the ecstasy. These companies are doing very well financially despite the chip shortage in the hit to inventories, but they were given the trends and what we're being told this could get worse before it gets better. I wanted to, and I wanted to bring into the conversation. Laura Heston, the esteemed producer here at W. J. R. Um what do you think, Kaylie and or Briana? Take a stab at what do you think this is going to mean for consumers? I mean, if if Jim CeBIT is having a fraction, or 1/10 of what he normally would have in terms of vehicles. At some point, these guys are gonna get close to zero R thing. Actually, I'm sorry, Daniel. Both ladies have dropped. I can get them back on if you'd like me to. But, you know, I can't talk about this. If you'd like, Sure. Go ahead. I mean, I'm just getting back on the line. Sure. Okay. Okay. I'll let you know another So, um, uh, e think one of the real big questions here we need to understand is, uh, this is something we've never seen before. And I think this is you put this under the rubric of of unintended consequences of the pandemic. This is revealing how how fragile supply lines for certain components are, uh, in this case, microchips. On what and that are needed in the vehicle and that they're dependent on just a small number of producers largely in Taiwan and other parts of Asia. Politicians are starting to wake up to this in Washington. Um And, uh, and starting to think about Do we need to try incentivize investment in, um, policies here in Washington that can Maintain these vehicles and maintain the supply lines. I think it's gonna be a real key key issue. Daniel Kelly is back. Haley. How you doing? What is this going to do? What does this mean when Jim see, but says he should normally have 200 vehicles, and he's got 20 or 1/10 of that. What's this mean for consumers? Well, what it means is that if you want a certain type of vehicle, good luck trying to get it. I mean, um it's definitely limits. You know the types of trims that they have available and you may just have to settle for something different from what you originally wanted. Not only that, you'll be paying a higher price you mentioned Some of the average transaction prices and I just got some data this morning from Cox. And like you said, the Cadillac was, I believe he pulled a pro fast 61,000. So it's for the average transaction price and Chevy was over 40,000. So as you can imagine, it's pretty expensive to buy a car right now. So this means that new car buyers this mean the new car buyers are the disproportionately well more well off and used car. I mean, I had an instance where used car I had a dealer told me that they're dying for used cars. On. I think In part, it's because because of price is right. Yeah, that used car prices are actually Jim. When I talked to him yesterday, he mentioned that as well. And he said that by it's just they're just astronomically high right now, um And still because he has fewer new cars he's having from his new car salesman, so used cars and they started out with a can't remember this specific numbers and he was like 30 years cars and they end up selling like 85 with the end of the month, so they somehow pulled a rabbit out The hat found an extra 50 years. Cars themselves, Um, just to make up. You know the fact that they don't have the new vehicles on the watch yourself. So e was just gonna ask you sky as that, you know, dealing for saying that used cars at auction. They're going for $4000 above what they normally would, And so many of them are are just trying to get as many as they can so that they have vehicles to sell because some people are being pushed into the used car market, especially if With the develop Bility that's out there. That's really kind of exposes. A lost opportunity doesn't mean if you look at these numbers of these companies and and how well they're doing, imagine what they would be doing. 18 million units are and they had more choice and higher equipped vehicles. Thies numbers would even be a lot higher and think about, you know the old him before you guys were covering this industry. But the old GM and the old Chrysler when faced in a situation like this Uh, you know, a decade or more ago. This would have been a cataclysmic right, but they're going through this, and they're still making Really good money and really good margins, right? Yeah, I think that there's but, um, you know, just being in that point. I want to talk to Jim yesterday didn't see that from Village board, he said. No, he He knows that people have money is thundering now and if he had the vehicles, he would be selling all of them, but they don't have the vehicles. So it's frustrating for dealers when they know that there's my baby had, but they you know Can't make it because they don't have have the majority to sell. They don't have a lot of options now, do they? I mean, they just got to keep mixing and matching and trying to keep things not getting any chips. Um, yeah. I mean, I didn't really provide Lee. Do you have this really provide, like, you know, estimates of like how many chips were getting in and like, where? How That's looking. But they're getting obviously they're getting in as they get in ships there. Parking some vehicles, and they're adding those chips in when they get them. And the chips situation is is, um, you know, it's very dynamic because it's so deep in the supply chain so they don't have released previously. They didn't have, like a line of sight that I think that they would have wanted on it. And I think they're getting better at that. Don't know Briana would agree. Yeah, No, that was something that Richard Palmer, the chief financial officer explains. This really emphasized that's being worked on right now is act increasing visibility that because these semi conductors, their bidding, being, um Put into component so being assembled so there it's so deep into the supply chain that traditionally the automakers haven't had insight into. That status story sort of being forced to get more involved in that, um and right now, the focus for them has been priority, sizing the in demand and most profitable. Profitable vehicles. That's why you're seeing some plans go down and others they keep up because they're conserving the chips that would go and, you know, um Products that don't sell as well as others and putting us in high demand products. Well, Kaylie increasing everything. I'm sorry, Briana. Go ahead. Yeah, I was just gonna say And that's what's also contributing to the increase is an average transaction Prices as well. Kaylie Hall and Briana Noble of the Detroit News Thanks very much for joining us in spelling this all out for us. This is brings us to the end of the show. I'm Daniel House. In your editor for business and columnists, The Detroit News and thanks for joining us, and let's find out what's going on on the roads from Dana Clark. This report is sponsored by unbound dot orig Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their.
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"A Florida's a step closer to having a transgender sports band. House subcommittee passed a bill that would require athletes in high school and college to play on teams that match their sex at birth. Highlands County Republican Kaylie Tuck sponsored the bill, and she says it'll ensure women and girls compete on a level playing field. But Broward County Democrat Marie Woodson says the bill marginalizes and demonizes the transgender
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Off the other team's power play, so it's gonna be really important. I think the lightning, in addition to keeping things simple tonight will realize the significance of Um You know there to play? Well, they have to stay discipline. And that means keeping the Florida Panthers who've had a really good power play so far this season off their power play and just limit their opportunity. Can't fuel their offense. Um, you know, there's just little ways and their effort is gonna Help them hopefully, but the face officer is gonna be a big question Mark tonight, I think. You know, you wonder if you could get a little bit of a lift from a guy like Jemele Smith coming into the lineup, Kaylie playing the first time and quite some time for him, I'm sure he's gonna be excited and There's gonna be a lot of energy. I think he brings the lineup tonight. At least you'd hope so. Yeah, I think that's what John Cooper talked about. You know, not this past training camp to get ready for this season, but the previous one getting to watch him up close and talking with him. During training camp was a lot of fun. He seems like a great player, a great person in the locker room. And on top of it. I think that's the word John Cooper used was an energy guy. He likes to have the puck on a stick. He goes to the dirty areas. He battles in the corners and the boards. So I think he's a player. You know who's who's very talented and he's played well in the American Hockey League, and he'd love A chance like this to come up and prove himself so that somebody who I think for sure is going to step up in the situation. I'm looking forward to watching him. Kaylie. Great job is always will talk to you again during the first intermission report. Thanks, Greg. Right. That is Kaylie Chelios. And we're about 15 minutes away before the puck drops between the Lightning and Panthers. John Cooper. He's up next right here on letting radio highlighting.
"kaylie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At least trying to hold the line. They also painted former President Trump Has an insider in chief. CBS is, Nancy Cordes says. Even some Republicans say the House managers are presenting a compelling Kaylie hard to watch the security, video and body cam video off these police officers being pummeled. With flagpoles and fire extinguishers and bullhorns and really anything Thies writers could get their hands on. And that was meant to be tough to wash, especially for the senators who were sitting there as part of the jury today. The message was Look at what these men and women went through because of the lies that the president told that this crowd believed and look at what could have happened to you, Senators. President Biden made his first visit to the Pentagon as the nation's commander in chief. CBS is we, Zhang says the president gave a far reaching speech that emphasized diversity in the armed for is something the Pentagon has been dealing with. Recent defense official tells CBS News that over the weekend extremist graffiti the words Nazi life. Was found at a Navy carrier last month as sailor was removed from another ship after confessing to placing a noose on someone's bed. Pentagon leadership is under pressure to show progress in combating white nationalism and other extremism in the ranks new concerns over the coronavirus as those highly contagious variants. Are now spreading rapidly nationwide. However, CBS is Carter Evans reports. The vaccine rollout is getting better. The U. S just hit a milestone 10% of the population is now received at least one shot and new mass vaccination sites. We're going up around the country, including the home of the Mets in New York City,.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A maintenance director at it'll Fade Assisted living facility made his first appearance in court yesterday. Ricardo Medina RoHaas was killed on Wednesday after he was shot in the head accused shooter Oakley paying said he thought Medina Ro hi stole $200 from his wallet. Amy White Enemy, is a former part owner of the facility and talked with box 31. I would call him and he would drive hours to come help us, she says. Ricardo loved his job, but his family more I am Rarely saw him that he wasn't showing the pictures of his daughters and telling me about their lives. Medina RoHaas was also an organ donor and someone received his heart yesterday. More diners allowed in metro Denver restaurants because of changes to the state's cova dial. The changes mean most of Metro Denver will move to level yellow. That means restaurants and some other businesses can increase capacity to 50% or 150 people. Why the change? Because Colorado's coded numbers are going down, we consistently bend in the top lowest 10 states. In the nation for the last several weeks on disease transmission. That's Johann Take a Ryan, head of Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment to stay at the Yellow level Counties will have to stay below 7.5% positivity for covert 19 Laura Hands Kay away NewsRadio in new inductees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame or out in some Broncos or in Two more Broncos are headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame is it was announced Saturday night during the NFL honors show that former quarterback Peyton Manning will be enshrined in his first year of eligibility and joining the Sheriff Broncos ring of Fame safety John Lynch, who has been a finalist for the eighth consecutive year. They, along with the rest of the 2021 class, as well as the 2020 class will be enshrined in a ceremony later this year. Raining crystal. Okay, we news radio. Our next updated 10 30. I'm Jodi Jordan, Kaylie NewsRadio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM from the background Sports Traffic.
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here's Greg Llanelli. Well, it's 21 at the end of two Tampa Bay Lightning lead the Detroit Red Wings thanks to a goal by Barkley. Good row at 17 29. It was a slapper coming right off the bench could pass by roots of One. Simon like good row look like grace might have been screened. Look like Stamkos going through. The middle of the crease there, too. Distract him a bit, and he didn't play it very well. And that might have been the reason why he struggled coming up big with the save there. But again that made it to one point getting the secondary assist in the Lightning lead by one, although you could make the strong case that Detroit Was the better team for a good portion of that second period with lightning lead to one, which could be very deflating for a team like the Red Wings, and that's a review of the second period. We did it with the chase of you choose what's right for you and chase that comets bringing Caylee Chelios Right now to talk about that second period. Katya Kaylie wasn't pretty by any stretch, but I guess you could look at it a couple of ways for the Lightning, fortunate to be up to one. I think for the Red Wings Probably little deflated, knowing that they played pretty well, but they trail Sure, even in the last minute of that game after good Rose scored the goal. They had two or three great chances on the rush. Philip's Adina back in the lineup, too, I think has given them a big boost up front on offense and Have your Detroit I think that's that's got to be really tough and frustrating to go back into the locker room because this is a much better Detroit team than what we saw in Game one. But like you said, for the lightning there up to one, they had two shots. Maroons on good rose both just from the high slot area and it goes through traffic so Sometimes it's just the simple things and it's going into it's going in for the lightning. Do you expect in the third period? Because Detroit they have got some really good looks vastly, I thought was very good in that second period. But a lot of Ah, great a scoring opportunities for Detroit. What is tip they do to try and tighten things up. Yeah, I think the Detroit's made it pretty hard on the lightning in the neutral zone. They're not allowing them to break the puck up the ice. They've kind of taken away their rush games. So I think for Tampa Yeah, You're probably going to get a big push and other push from Detroit in the third period here, and I think they just have to shorten up their shifts and really take care of the park and manage it Well, getting out of the neutral zone have to get over the red line to dump it and just keep it simple. We've talked so much about the depth of this team, this lighting team and good to see. To goalscorers tonight who had scored up to this point maroon and good row. We talked about that depth scoring and it really showed tonight so far. Yeah, I think Maroon deserves it, too. He's had some great games in the last few, and he's put in the work Great. Great hands on him. And it was nice to see him kind of make a play and get one through so good drones. Same thing. You know that line has been working with. They worked really well against Detroit in Game one. Just setting up the next line offensively, but you know, heavy four check. Is playing passkey and that whole lines had great chemistry. So it was nice to see you drove. Just get off the bench. Quickly get it on that. Hope hope that someone gets the rebound, but it ended up going in for him. So is impressive. Yeah, no doubt about that. Kelly. Thank you so much. We'll do it again during the postgame show. All right. Thanks, Greg. All right, Kayleigh Chelios there. Hey this season with the bolts light the lamp at home. It means more than the final score for every lighting. Home Gold Mosaic will once again donate $500, the feeding Tampa Bay and its local food bank partners. And for every lighting hat trick at home Music will donate 5000 Thank you for helping in the fight against hunger. Right Still to come. We're going to hear the sounds of the game, also to Victor Hedman talks about the Super Bowl and how his teammates are pulling for the box will hear that. Coming up in just a bit. One election. Oh, too. You can bid on signed lightning merchandise and Maurine the Landing foundation silent auction during every home game. There's a bolt dot give smart dot com. For place Your bids on unique Signed items. Game used gear and more auction closes at the end of the second intermission. So slightly a little bit more time for you. Back after this on lightning radio. Beat.
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"His hat to the manly man Manly Man, You had a beard before it was cool, like in third grade. A manly man you get up before the sun because it's lazy and weak, Manly man man, And you know that Nothing protects your engine better than Emily Elixir. Full synthetic motor oil family owned in Tampa Bay grown. May L. A. He's better than it has to be. Family, a proud partner of the Tampa Bay Lightning. This is lightning radio. Lending radio pregame report rolls along We're getting you set for lightning and preds Greg Lynn Ellie with you, Kaylie Chelios will be joining us in just a few minutes. The last three meetings between the bolts inbreds have ended with a three to score. Nashville has done pretty well against the Lightning recently having one for the last five games. In fact, Lady will be looking at a four game losing skid at home, said Nashville. Chase card holders Get 50% off Tampa Bay Lightning merchandise, a Tampa Bay sports that come all day Monday February 1st had to chase dot com slash lightning for details. We gave you the numbers earlier about the lightning being shut out. It had been 88 games before the Canes game, and Alice Corn says his team needs to sustain a bit more pressure inside the other team's defensive zone. We did manage the puck better throughout the neutral zone. I think in the offensive zone we might have been make. I mean, we call them hope for is where we're just kind of throwing pucks, hoping that our teammates and to get them in. That kind of was what led to the up and down the ice. But throughout the neutral zone, that we were pretty good, you know, in terms of turnovers, I think we just have to do a better job. Maintaining In the offensive zone. So we get, you know, 3rd and 4th chances instead of just one chance down the other way they get a chance down the other way. That's how you're gonna score. You get more than one chance. It's Alex score and talking about sustaining a little bit more offensive pressure. Let's bring in Keighley Chelios, Lightning reporter and broadcaster Kaylie Great to be with you again, and that is one thing to keep an eye on tonight's Kima Lightning stay in the Preds defensive zone and generate Some consistent offense..
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Radio time is 11 02 On August 5th of last year, five members of a family of immigrants from Senegal died in an arson fire at their home in Denver's Green Valley Ranch. Today. Arrests were made now, at last, the first step toward justice. We have arrested three juvenile's for this crime. Police chief Paul Payson says There is no evidence of a bias crime. The suspects are being held on counts of murder, attempted murder, assault, arson and burglary. The African community is thankful for their arrests. Let's embrace one another. Let's love each other. Let's not let horrific crime like this define who we are as a nation and who we could be. Other state spokesman Papa DEA says the community is still in pain because nothing can bring back the family. So tragically lost. Jerry Bell Kaylie news radio. The recent run of huge Powerball and mega million's jackpots have resulted in big wins for the Colorado Lottery. Director Tom Seaver told Kay away news radio that revenues from ticket sales have big benefits for the states. You know we're so happy every time we have one of these big jackpot runs because it not only gets our players excited, but it also helps our retailers through their commissions and also helps our great outdoors with tremendous amount of proceeds, lottery officials say. Between January 2nd and 20 seconds, the Colorado Lottery sold more than 33, a half million dollars in Powerball and mega millions tickets. That's an increase of 526%. From the same time period last year, El Paso County Board of Health has voted to wave 2021 license fees for full service, retail food establishments, bars and taverns in the county. It does not include grocery stores or convenience stores. Ah, bill passed last year allowed the Board of Health to waive the fees more than 1500. Businesses will be impacted in El Paso County, resulting in over $620,000 and waived fees. And in basketball. Colorado beat Washington State tonight 70 to 58. I'm Chad. Power on K O A.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"6 25 Sports The BK ABS Getting a nice win over at Ballerina Theater Berlin, Marty. There's bounced back wins. And then there's bounced back Wits, and the ABS gave the Sharks all they could handle last night ball Arena 73. San Jose scored first the opening period in Colorado answered with five straight goals in total. Six Avalanche players found the back of the net, including Mikko Rantanen, who extended his goal scoring streak to six straight games. As you'd imagine. Head coach Jared Bednar was happy with the police team effort. All four lines were were ready to skate where tenacious on pox. I thought we were stronger on talks in the offense is own. Moving her feet whenever we're touching it, and just a little bit more and think for me, you know, I thought I d did a nice job stand part of our offense and you know, we get some timely goals and soon some nice performances from our guys. In addition, Amigos gold you have Brandon Saad scored twice. Joonas Donskoi, ballerina Shuqin, Samuel, Gerard and Yvonne Tapes all lit the lamp is well. Yeah, I was back over 504 and three will host San Jose again. Tomorrow night at Valeria. The Nuggets look to extend their four game winning streak to five tonight. Miami Tip off 5 30. We've got college hoops for you right here on K away. Is he above men tried to beat Washington State for the second straight game when they welcome the Cougars to see you. Event center tonight at seven. A pregame coverage starts at 6 30, the CIA's human host, Boise tonight at seven, and Fort Collins. And for the first time since 2013. There are no New Baseball Hall of Fame Ear's because none of the 25 men on the ballot received the regs. It 75% of the vote necessary to be enshrined in Cooperstown, Curt Schilling came. The closest was 71.2% 16 votes shy and then has to be removed from the ballot very months, and Roger Clemens right behind Shilling each had 61.6% and former Rockies first baseman Todd Help made a big jump. From 29.2% last year to 44.9%. That's Mort. Some rain in crystalline Kaylie news radio on the Broncos Bobs and Rocky's Thanks.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOMO
"Washington for services before he takes office. President Trump opting not to attend the inauguration, leaving the White House for the last time as president in the last hour, calling being the president the honor of a lifetime. Thank you for your effort, your hard work. People have no idea how hard this family worked. They worked, and they worked for you and speaking to supporters and staff at joint base. Andrews before boarding Air Force one Meanwhile, in Washington, Joseph Biden will be sworn in in a city on high alert after Trump supporters stormed the capital two weeks ago. ABC is Erica Turkey is in Washington with more. The rain splattered capital looks resplendent in bunting and flags. But the decorations do not hide the scars of the riot that occurred here two weeks ago. Security keeps the crowd away and the normal exuberance around the inauguration is punctured by melancholy over lost division and violence. President elect Biden seems to understand what he's walking into. When he takes his oath here. He will couch his inaugural address. We're told in the theme of Unity among those to witness the swearing in today, the former president's former first ladies will be here to see this history be made the Clintons, the Bushes and, of course, the Obama's Jimmy Carter at 96 years old will not be here. And, of course, neither will President Trump the first president in more than 100 50 years to refuse to attend his successors. Inauguration, ABC News chief White House correspondent Cecilia Vega with over 400. The virus deaths in the U. S new president with a monumental challenge, the incoming CDC director detailing President elect Biden's vision to give 100 million doses in his 1st 100 days. These will be community vaccination centers. They will be mobile vans. Until then, states getting creative Connecticut transforming an old runway into the state's largest drive through vaccination center and Washington state, turning to Starbucks and Costco to help boost distribution. That's a B C's Kaylie Heart dog, and you're listening to ABC News..
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"That hospitals throw out one batch of the modern a vaccine after several people reported severe allergic reactions. This is a B C K away news. Radio time is 40 to governor. Polish ordering Copan vaccine providers to use second doses of the vaccine immediately. So far Colorado has received about 200002nd doses would only administered about 50,000 Polish requesting providers managed vaccine supply on a week to week basis on Leigh, keeping enough second dose is required for the current week. In a letter, the governor told healthcare partners that anything beyond that should be used as a first dose. The governor says the request does not change the policy to administer two doses of vaccine either 21 or 28 days apart. Metro area. We'll get snow flurries overnight. But not much accumulation. Zack here is with the National Weather Service says the state will remain dry for a while. Definitely still in a drought and definitely no real scientific improving substantially in the near future, he says. Even though the mountains are getting snow, the snow pack levels in the high country are below normal. And iconic Denver business is shutting its doors for good rumors about the fate of the Denver Diner began swirling when it did not reopen a 25% capacity earlier this month and announcement confirming the restaurant's closure was posted to its Facebook page. It's been a staple at the corner of Spear and Colfax for three decades. The Denver Museum of Nature and Science continues its mission to entertain and educate during the time of mask wearing and social distancing. The I Max Theater is back open with reduced capacity limits of fewer than 90 people allowed in a theater that normally seats 3 50. We have adjusted our H vac systems and our filters throughout the museum. The theater included. To push more fresh air into the building and cycle. The air going through the building more frequently more. O'Neill with the museum says they have great exhibits opening like Sue the T. Rex and Stonehenge and the girls and science event will go on in a virtual format will have life programming as well as onto me and content available through the month of March. Susan Witkin Kaylie News radio Our Next update at 4 30. I'm Chad Bauer on K O A news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1, FL. In front of Ben Friends points Traffic center. It's great stunt you drive this morning on the main highway scandal, major incidents and delays to worry about. There is no overnight roadwork that's gonna be causing any problems on I 70 between roar and gold. And everything looks real good. You get into the high country you do Attraction Law Center. In fact, between C 4 70 Idaho Springs and the U. S to 85. Also, you've got Chain in traction laws, and that's gonna be between Morrison and Pine Junction Funks 31 pinpoint whether you could expect it to be cloudy with a high of 36 Tonight. Sloan's gonna drop down to about 20 tomorrow. Expect behind your 50 with a low of 22. Then on Thursday, it's going to warm up to about 46 with a little 27 currently it's 23. I'm carry on going. Kaylie News radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Start this year off right, smiling with a healthy and beautiful smile that you are proud of when you take off your mask. If you.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Challenges. We face that, or g'kar you reduce radio time is 12 30 to our top story. Health experts are warning this month could be the deadliest yet for the coronavirus. Johns Hopkins University says the 1st 10 days of January saw more than 27,000 Americans die of covert and health experts say at this rate January could exceed the more than 77,400 deaths. Last month. Starting today, a handful of businesses in Broomfield will be allowed to welcome or customers because of the five Stars certification program. While the county remains at level orange. These businesses will be allowed to operate it level yellow, which means 50% capacity and doors. Miss Beausoleil with the Blake Street Tavern says things are moving slower in Denver number applied for five star A week ago last Thursday, they have still not been approved. And then when Denver does get approval, there is a total 7000 retail businesses and that could be certified. I've been told it's not take anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks to get everybody terrified. You slayed. The Blake Street Tavern, told Kaylie News radio that some restaurants cannot wait until the end of February. New Quinnipiac POLL out today, says 74% of American voters believe democracy in America is under threat, and 52% say put the president should be removed from office. 56% say they hold the president responsible for storming the U. S. Capitol. 56% say they expect partisan divisions to stay the same as they are today. Our next news updates at one o'clock, I'm Susan Witkin on Kaylie NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them. There's a check on traffic with Rick Morgan. The French sports traffics that air a nice, quiet drive across town right now, No major backups do with little crowning. A couple of spots couldn't was found to 78 Vasquez off the highway. They're still working on that water Main break on island between Havana and Parker that I love. Shut down and Parker's back it up both directions. So still a pretty good area to avoid..
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"The move gives the attorney general the ability to compel testimony and require production of documents and other relevant information that claimed died from cardiac arrest. After being stopped by Aurora police in August 2019. He was on his way home from a convenience store. He was reportedly restrained with a choke hold, and paramedics sedated him with large dose of the drug ketamine. Jury Bell Kaylie news radio. See you Boulder chancellor filled eyes to follow, says visiting scholar John Eastman can be considered among those who fanned the flames of this information that led to the bomb attack on the U. S. Capitol. Eastwood spoke at the rally that preceded the riots, and he has advocated a variety of conspiracy theories. Nice to finally has a policy that prevents the university from censoring faculty from their political views may prevent him from dismissing Eastman. His contract ends in May, and Di Stefano says Eastman's conduct does not reflect the values of the university and that the school is embarrassed. The search for the next general manager of the Denver Broncos hit full stride yesterday as they interviewed Vikings assistant general manager George Payton and Chicago's assistant director of personnel champ Kelly. Kelly was part of the Broncos front offices Latest 2014. Today they talked to New Orleans ST vice president, assistant general manager, Terry Fontinot. And then I get fell. 1, 24 1 17 and overtime at home to the Mavericks on Thursday, Nicola Yokich said. It's easy to explain what happened. We're taking it back because I think maybe to Beaver midget actually involved. They did. They made shots. Let's sit there on the road to Philadelphia later today, our next update 2 39, Jody Jordan on Kayla NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 FM from Defense.
"kaylie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You imagine what this woman has to endure by dealing with these people on a daily basis. Anybody who has that job Did you hear that? Last question That was being here So now and the media. They're all yelling girl angry that she didn't take any questions. How dare she not take any questions is terrible that you didn't take any questions you guys to take questions. Did you hear what the last question was that? They shouted at her that they demand she answer. What was the last question that they demand? She answer. You can hear them shouted right here. Did the president egg them on? What? What? What the answer. Do they expect Kaylie? Magda? Well, actually, yes. I'm glad you asked that question. Yes, the president did. In fact, exam on this is exactly what the president wanted. What is stupid question. And how stupid are they to be angry and indignant and frustrated that she didn't stand there and give them any sort of Dignity to that question that you didn't stand there, tolerate them and dignify that question with an answer. Did the president egged them on? Yo, Thanks for asking. I'm glad you asked that. It's a good one, and I just well, I really do want to address that. Of course he did. And by the way, I again I feel like I have a pretty good handle on the body politic and about what's going on in our daily lives here. I played the president's statement several times yesterday. I played the president's part of the president's speech yesterday during the program. Where did the president egg this behavior on? Well, I don't even know what that what the notion is based in. I wish I did. I wish I knew exactly what they were basing announced. By the way, Here's how they're wrong or well, gosh, I guess they have a point. I literally have no idea where in God's name They think that President Trump in some way inspired the actions yesterday that we saw here when he specifically said. At the end of his remarks. We're not going to peacefully march. And assemble over the capital. And what And then you know when I called on him to deliver a video. I wish he had going on live television deliver, but he delivered a video message on Twitter. Recent Listen, I understand why you're angry, and I don't disagree with what you're feeling. I agree with what you're feeling, But I disagree with what you're doing right now. You need to get out now. Go home right now in state peaceful we need And now you've got members of the administration. You know, people in the cabinet, you know, dumping on him and leaving and resigning as this this performative virtue signal here in the final two weeks of the administration. When he literally looked tonight or this morning at 3 A.m. after the vote was finalized at Listen, I disagree. But I accept this and there will be a peaceful transition of power. And now they decided it, Theo, hang it up. It's just despicable. Absolutely, um, triple 86 30. W m A l uh gosh. How about how about Joe in the district? Go ahead, Joe, you're under BNL. All right. Can you hear me? Sure. Okay. Um, so to end to answer the question you just asked. I will pinch you a perfect picture. How they can hold the president personally responsible. I will go a step further and paint you a picture about how you can be held personally was just go ahead and do it, Joe. Okay, so the president has painted a picture that is completely fabricated that he won the election. That's not true. It's been adjudicated in the courts. It's not true. Okay, first. If you want to see what's not true or not, it hasn't been adjudicated in the courts. Actually, Joe there have been like 50 court cases that have all been rejected. Well, the mess they don't hear. It doesn't mean that it's big Judi Kate, But that doesn't mean adjudicated, Joe. First of all, Okay, absolutely got no, actually, it doesn't go ahead, go ahead, rejected yet not because they didn't think it had no job or not so well. So when Hillary Clinton said that she thought that she had won the election. Where is she responsible for all the violence we saw on Inauguration Day. No, because she didn't hold a rally where she convinced people that their only option was violent revolution. Oh, okay, So this is good. This is important. So so please tell me What part of President Trump's speech or any public utterance when he said, Your only option is violent revolution? Okay, So let me ask you this. No, no, no, no, no. B s. I'm not going to accept that show. You have one shot at this. You just said Hillary Clinton didn't tell her followers that their only shot was was violent Revolution. So now it's incumbent on you without answering a question without dancing around without B s ng me, you tell me when did President Trump say that? As soon as he as soon as he lied and said that he had won the election when he had zero evidence that he had done so after many, many people had said That he hadn't won the election. And it has been proven conclusively that he hadn't the implication of implied it. Okay. Thank you. Good talking with you, and I'm glad you got your chance on the year. God knows when I disagree with people in the media. I don't have a chance to call in and then spew whatever you just spewed. I have a patient man and I tried to be his friendly and non confrontational is possible because that's just how I go about doing what I'm doing, but, uh, you're full of crap Show. It's 5 55 w e mail, traffic.
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"Andre Hills funeral Tuesday and Columbus also came with calls for action. The Reverend Al Sharpton says the officer who shot and killed Hill, who was on armed should not have been an officer in the first place. You would employ it. You were sworn in. You were given a bag and a gun to represent the state. You not no regular human being. You are hired to be your brother's. Keep Sharpton noted multiple complaints against office around. McCoy, who was later fired from CBD three will also came with pledges for Andres Law to be past ABC Sixes. Kaylie Gunderson says it would assure officers properly used their body camps with the camera on Officer Adam Coin not turned until after that shooting occurred on December 22nd state lawmaker Erica Crawley, pledging to get Andres Law passed on the state level. It's being crafted now by Columbus Council members, Council President Shannon Hardin expects to introduce it this month. We'll honor him because he was our brother and we will honor him because his life mattered. Attorney Benjamin Crump says it would ensure transparency and at the officers provide proper care in the event of an emergency. Almost police busy investigating a double homicide this morning near additional park officers were called to the area Long Fairwood Avenue around 1:30 A.m., or one victim was found in a car and other was found on the ground near the vehicle. It's currently know him for information about suspect No names of the victims have been released. Used radio 6 10 telling you TV END SPORTS This bark I updated service Anthony Thomas Chocolate Buckeyes reports circulating that Ohio State is dealing with another cold. It outbreak in a week, the way to the championship game with Alabama was being considered athletic director Jean Smith. Offices. The Buckeyes are moving forward and planning to play Monday night. Bamber receiver Devante Smith wins the Heisman Trophy. Clemson's Trevor warrants was run rub this Buckeye Basketball. Update. SERVICING LEGACY RETIREMENT GROUPWISE states came with Penn State scheduled for tonight is off to the cove it issues with the Nittany Lions. Covert troubles continue for the Browns more positive test yesterday, including coach Kevin Stefanski. He'll miss Sunday's playoff game with Pittsburgh from the central. I'll Hand it over. Sports test matter Qualities radios Extend WTBS We have been 60 Seconds on news, First of five. A look of more news from around Ohio and today's house. Call for Health 506 now 6 10 w TVN most like Lonnie, just for.
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"Each other singing and dancing to songs from their Russian heritage are still included. My will waiting for the fireworks. That's Fox 30 one's Kristen Chapman reporting on this New Year's Day. There's good news for minimum wage earners in the state. They're getting a pay raise. Colorado's minimum wage is now $12.32 an hour up from 12 bucks. Last year, the minimum direct cash wage for tipped employees increases to $9.30 an hour and if you work in Denver, the minimum wage is now $14.77. That's up from 12, 85 and 2020. Jury bell Kaylie NewsRadio, Denver business owners will soon be able to let more customers dine, exercise and gather. The State Health Department says it agrees to Governor Pulis's request to move counties currently at level red on the state's covert risk measurement down to level orange. The governor says he wants that moved to take place Monday. The move to level orange raises the capacity limits for restaurants, gyms and indoor events in affected counties. And allows bars to stay open until 10 P.m. 59 year old Marine veteran, is making the journey from Wyoming state capital to Colorado's on foot. It's an effort to raise awareness and money for a 20 year old brain tumor Patient from Loveland. Jim Hickey has done several such hikes around the country for cancer patients like Justin Smythe, he And says it will take him 10 to 12 days to make it from one state Capitol building in Cheyenne to the other in Denver. Say if I have 18 miles to do with the day I know that's going to take me six hours because I'll walk for 45 minutes on, take a 15 minute break because I have ah, pretty heavy backpack and then walk another three miles. Take a 15 minute break. He begins his interstate trip at noon today in Cheyenne, folks who want to help condo's too. It's Justin's smite these fight. Against the brain tumor. Go Fund me Page David Ko Ko, a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the bed Fred Sports Traffic.
New Year, new minimum wage: Colorado’s hourly rate jumps to $12.32 an hour
"For minimum wage earners in the state. They're getting a pay raise. Colorado's minimum wage is now $12.32 an hour up from 12 bucks. Last year, the minimum direct cash wage for tipped employees increases to $9.30 an hour and if you work in Denver, the minimum wage is now $14.77. That's up from 12, 85 and 2020. Jury bell Kaylie
Kayleigh McEnany: Joe Biden will close down schools, churches and workplaces
"Open or closed? I'm ham Crusoe. Fox News. That's the choice between the two men running for president. According to White House press secretary Kaylie Mack Ineighty, who spoke to Fox and friends Joe Biden will close down your schools, Your churches, your workplaces, You have a choice to bring back the hottest economy in modern history, which President Trump brought US historic lows and unemployment With three days
More companies pledge to give workers time to vote
"Are involved in this next organization. You know their names were talking about all birds. Amazon Lulu Lemon lift Major League baseball uber target. The list is kind of endless and they've got a common interest. It's about strengthening our democracy. And encouraging participation. Now there's 545 of these companies in total. They basically just want to encourage civic participation. Okay, get out involved. So we're going to talk to the executive director of the Civic Alliance. He's Stephen Levine. He's on the phone with us from Los Angeles is also the co founder of Meteorites, Social Impact investors. Steven. It's great to have you. I imagine you guys have been quite busy over the last few months. We definitely have Kaylie and thank you for having me on this evening. I appreciate it. A CZ you mentioned the Civic Alliance is a nonpartisan business coalition that is strengthening our democracy by supporting face healthy and accessible elections. And by really inspiring every American to participate in our democracy. And I'm really proud of the work that we've seen so many extraordinary cos. Lead this here many for the first time encouraging both their employees and their consumers. Tio specifically active and get out and vote. Can you give us some specifics on what you've done? What kind of what kind of efforts Absolutely. So we've helped many companies, many major employers think about what policies they could have to make sure that all of their employees not only feel supported but also encouraged to vote. We're very proud to share that companies like best buy and Tax office are actually closing their retail locations. Either early or opening them late on election day to make sure that all of their employees have time off to vote. Other companies are closing completely for the day like Fiat, Chrysler on Patagonia, which are literally shutting down all of their operations on election day to make sure that their employees have the time they need to vote. We're also helping companies think about how they can message and provide all of their employees and consumers with the latest information about the different ways that Americans can vote in this election cycle. 20 is definitely a unique election cycle because you can say that again. The challenges represents so so we're really we're really excited that that many companies are are helping to fill in the gaps and educate Americans about about how they can vote early this year. Interesting fact. 99% of Americans can cast their ballot before Election Day in 2020, and we're thrilled that more than 75 million Americans already have. It's pretty just 30 million more than 60 students. It's no forgive me. I'm interrupting you. It's staggering, though. When you kind of get your head around those numbers. It's also staggering that you know, we talked about a story last week. About a Silicon Valley tech CEO that emailed all 10 million of his customers urging a vote for Joe Biden specifically like it used to be go back a few years. It was a no no for CEO or an executive to get out there and talk politically. What's different. We have about a minute and they will come back and continue. Okay, Great. Well, what I would say. First of all, I want to reiterate that specific alliances a nonpartisan all right, No, I understand Organization, but I think it's pretty exciting is that I think companies have started to realize that that civic engagement, nonpartisan civic engagement actually isn't partisan or political. It's patriotic and its civic And I think what we've seen is that because employees are really pushing companies take stands on important social issues. Companies are in turn, turning back to their employees and their consumers and saying, You know what? We will take a stand and we're taking a stand to encourage you to vote and really helped shape our country's future in our communities future and so I think. Encouraging voting and civic engagement eyes really the both politically safest and a really powerful move that many, many companies they're coming? Yeah, I would say employees. Consumers also, you know,
6th Grade Student Stabbed During Class At Handley Middle School In Dallas Area
"Forthe. Police are investigating after they say 1/6 grade student stabbed another student at a Fort Worth I sti middle school. Kaylie F's cat Bones are says district did confirm that it was at Hadley Middle School. District officials say two students were arguing in math class and that resulted in one student stabbing the other. They say the student only suffered minor injuries and the other is in police custody. Sadly, Middle school is in east for worth.
Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings made public
"Kentucky Attorney general's general's office office has has handed handed over over the the grand grand jury jury recordings recordings from from the the Briana Briana Taylor Taylor case. case. Hayley Hayley Hansen Hansen is is following following the the story story be be over over 20 20 hours hours of of grand grand jury jury recordings recordings include include commentary from law enforcement and interviews with neighbors, including Chelsea Naper. Detective Herman Hall with the attorney general's office. What's she crying before Discovery? She hearing crying, saying. Him breathe. Oh, my God. No. What was in the Tyra. She didn't hear divorces all only crime. None of the three Alan P D officers involved in Taylor shooting were charged directly with causing her death. Kaylie Hanson, NewsRadio, Wait. 40 yes,
Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case
"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,
President Trump to Visit Kenosha Wisconsin After Police Shooting
"Concerned over whether President Trump scheduled visit to their city, following days of unrest over a police shooting may increase tensions. White House press secretary Kaylie Mecca Nadine minutes ago confirming the president will travel to Kenosha, but would not elaborate. If the president thinks the shooting was justified. There's a investigation ongoing. So, um, I spoke to him earlier and he was not willing to weigh in more than he had Video showing a Kenosha police officer shooting 29 year old Blake in the back. His family says he's paralyzed in California. More
Goodyear stock falls after Trump tweet calling for boycott
"White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism. E won't comment on whether Goodyear tire should be removed from President Trump's security vehicle and Secret Service vehicles after the president tweeted Americans should not by Goodyear tires. I'm not going to comment on security matters. The president's calling for a boycott of good year after he accused the company abandoned Make America great again Hat. The company says it s employees not to engage in any kind of political campaigning in the workplace. In order to create an inclusive and respectful environment.
COVID-19 recovery can take a few weeks even for young adults
"Control is on with the new study on the recovery rate of people who have come down with Covad 19 and, according to the report, you don't have to be in poor health to suffer adverse effects. ABC Kaylie Hardin. Recovery from Kobe can take a long time, even in young adults with no chronic conditions. This study finding one in five previously healthy young adults. Say they weren't back to their usual health and as many as three weeks after testing positive, A nearly
Tri-County Health issues mandatory mask order
"A statewide mask order Tri County Health Directive on Face Coverings is going into effect today, and there are some major differences. Kaylie News Radio's Chuck Clark joining us with those differences, Marty, You have the statewide order in the Tri County mask mandate, which goes into effect today. Key difference is the Tri County order. The inclusion of the requirement for face coverings in outdoor locations when six feet of social distancing can't be maintained, and a longer duration up to 90 days, rather than the state's 30 days now the statewide orders just for indoors municipalities head till yesterday to opt out of the tri county order. The city of Parker did that earlier this week, one Parker councilman said they can't opt out of the state wide order. But he would if they could. Chuck Clark K away news radio. Thanks.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"President Trump's longtime political Roger Stone won't be going to federal prison after all, Trump commuting his 40 must sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. Stone told the AP. Trump called him to deliver the news. White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism says Stone is the victim of the Russia hoax created by the left and its allies in the media. Trump In an interview with Jose Diaz Balart, Noticias Telemundo says he is planning an executive order concerning immigration and Daka that's people brought to this country by their parents. When they were Children. They gave the president tremendous powers when they Said that you could take in in this case 700,000 or so people so they gave powers based on the powers that they gave. I'm going to be doing an immigration bill one of the aspects of the bill that you'll be very happy with that A lot of people will be including me and a lot of Republicans, by the way. We'll be docking will give them a road to citizenship, also says his administration is winning the war over the Corona virus
Facebook shares suffer 8% loss due to boycott campaign aimed at removing hate speech from the platform
"Is our stock in the hour is coming back from some worst losses. Today. It's on the heel of 8% loss back Friday. And then, of course, because a number of several major advertisers now are pulling out of Facebook here to report on. It is candy lines, Kaylie. They're having some struggles. There they are. Interestingly, the shares are now positive on the day that that's probably just in tandem with the games. We're seeing. In the broader market because the list of advertisers pulling out a Facebook is getting longer and longer. It started with Unilever on Friday now includes the likes of Coca Cola, Starbucks, Bro. She's even Pepsico. These air. All companies that spend some $20 billion annually on advertising that are no longer doing so on Facebook and other social media platforms is part of an effort to get the company. To further crackdown on hate speech and post with disinformation on Mark Zuckerberg, in response to this on Friday made some moves on labeling voting related post expanding its prohibition on th beach in advertising, but apparently it's doing nothing to stem the tide. You have to keep in mind David that this is already going to be a difficult year for Facebook from the top line standpoint, given that advertisers are pulling back because of the pandemic, analysts only expect sales growth of about 1% this quarter, which would be the slowest in the company went public by far and these Pullbacks add some risk to that beauty. Accio, for example, one of the top advertiser spent more than $100 million on the Facebook platform last year, and it is not going to do so. For the time being, David. You can do as you suggest, is a little hard to figure out how much just advertisers pulling back period on by the way may be making a point of this to really make a point on civil rights in doing it and how much you really specifically something Facebook's doing. Great. That's a very good point. I will say that this does seem to be a more targeted boycott. And there is some concern on the part of civil rights groups, for example, that are not concerned, but they suspect that other companies will be kind of pure pressured into doing this, as there are these growing calls for social justice issues, just a question of how much of an impact it's really going to have, because even if half of the top 100 Advertisers on Facebook pull out. That's only an impact about half a $1,000,000,000. They're expected to make more than $18 billion this quarter. David