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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"19 pandemic here in the United States, some people are taking this opportunity to look back in time. About a century. In 1918, another pandemic tour across this country, the Spanish flu killed more than 675,000 Americans. However, you might not have known that pandemic got its start on American soil. Right here in Boston. W busies. Karen Regal took a look back herself. She's got this report. We were the place where it was first detected. Martock really is an archivist with city of Boston and says the correlations between the epidemic of a century go and the pandemic of today. Very similar in 1918 did take a lot of measures to try to stop the spread of the disease. For example, they closed schools for about a month on day also tried to limit crowded gathering. So on September 26th of the 1918 so about a month after the first case. The city ordered that theaters and dance halls he closed the few weeks later on October 5th they actually banned week on day instructed funeral home cannot put out chairs for Mourners because they were trying to not have gathering. Um Funeral that churches were allowed in a city that they were limited to relatives and close friends of the deceased. Another thing that we saw in the Spanish flu epidemic somewhat similar. I think 2020. Is that the mayor at the time there, Andrew Peter. Also requested that churches and houses of worship to spend their services on DH. He said in a statement at the time that he wasn't unmindful of the need in solace of religion, but it seems that the best technical advice I told them that limiting gatherings like church services would lessen the spread of the disease. So I think we do peace unparalleled in the way that a city tried Tio stop the spread of the disease and stopped a lot of like, really says she got emotional when learning of the heroics at Boston City Hospital, You know, it's a little eerie, actually, sometimes To be writing history that does have parallels today. I think one thing I I was struck by when I was rating and one thing that actually made me a little bit. Maybe a little bit emotional as a Bostonian was reading about the way that Bostonian on health care professionals. Did really horrific things in treating the Spanish flu, and that's something we are seeing in 2020. And well, one, I think kind of really moving story is the story of Boston City Hospital. On Boston City Hospital with a public hospital. And before the flu hit there actually already facing a staff shortage because so many of their doctors and nurses were serving in Europe on and so when the flu happened, they had this huge influx of patients. And so their staff members also started to get flu and they couldn't work. And at the height of the epidemic 80 nurses at the hospital where a little that the flu I mean, again, they were already short. So what happened with the student nurses who were in the hospital training school stepped in to fill in the gap. I'm interested the staffing sort of, and there's a report from the hospital training school that's written in kind of clinical language. But even in the kind of clinical language is actually I think, quite moving. They said that never in the history of the nursing school. Have we had to combat such conditions. They say that the students were quote practically swept clean of supervisors and teachers. And then they really credit the students of stepping up to care for the patients, and they talk about how the severe tests of courage and character with imposed on the student nurses I feel like that is really parallel to a lot of stories. We heard about health care professionals in Boston and still around the country who really had their courage and their character tested on October 21st restrictions were eased, perhaps too soon, says Crilly, because World War Ended in November of that year, and that triggered a party and there's a lot of celebrations and parades. The school should reopen, actually closed again and encourage their students to celebrate and attend these parades who's all documented in the school reports. They closed the schools and they encourage students to go out and celebrate. And after those celebrations, the Health Department report to sharp spikes. Infections and the flu kind of starts, Second wave and a similar psych Achter. The Christian holidays on families have been traveling and gathering together in close quarters on guy. You know, it's it's just It's a very interesting story. How the city Thought that they had gone through it. And then they were kind of caught by surprise by the second wave of infection, which lasted through January or February of 1919 history. Sometimes people the history repeats south and I don't I don't really think that's true because I think there are big contextual differences, but they're definitely echoes. I think we often do you see parallels, and I do think we see that here said he did survive and in the wake of the epidemic, they actually were able to study the influenza and they hospitals in the city. Researchers at Boston City Hospital made a number of Discoveries that help them fight future flu epidemic and other infectious diseases. Aaron Regal W B Z Boston's News radio, Another story that stuck out to me this week over in the newsroom was stunned by W. B. C's Kim Tunnicliffe. She spoke with a few researchers out there that are taking a look for the first time of a shipwreck off the coast of Massachusetts. This shipwreck back in the late 18 hundreds, so it's been quite some time that it's been sitting there. But again, they've never been able to get inside and taken up close and personal. Look at it while they're doing it, But they've also brought in the public with them. They've been broadcasting the footage online in real time, so let's get more from Kim. This is sometimes called the Titanic of New England. 18 98 sinking of the steamship Portland off Ban has become well known in these parts so well known that researchers from Woods Hole, Noah, you are I have sent to small, remotely operated underwater vehicle inside the engine room of the shipwreck, more insights into the last moments of the ship what it was like they even figuring out why the ship might have thanked would soul Assistant scientist Kirsten Meyer Kaiser says they're.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR News, I'm Jack Speer the Republican National Convention wraps up tonight. President trump will formally accept his party's nomination for president during a speech from the White House. South Lawn NPR's Sham. Greenglass owes more. Tonight would normally be all about the nominee a big speech cheering arena sized crowd driving the news cycle trump will still get along audience though a much smaller one on the grounds of the White House. But the Republican convention is going out amid protests over the police shooting of a black man in Kenosha. Wisconsin and a major natural disaster as multiple states in the south deal with the havoc caused by hurricane more the trump campaign today said, the president will touch on the storm and Kenosha tonight. But said to expect a tough speech that will apart Joe Biden's record and applaud quote the towering. American Spirit Sam. GREENGLASS. And biard news. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris held a news conference today ahead of the final night of the GOP Convention Harris Voicing her support for peaceful protesters and speaking out against the police shooting of Jacob. Lake. This past weekend in Wisconsin as well as other police shootings involving black citizens and after the murders of Briana and George and on Mont and so many others. It's no wonder people are taken to the streets. And I support them. We must always defend peaceful protests and peaceful protesters. Former prosecutor also condemn reason looting and acts of violence carried out by those she called vigilantes would derail the path to justice Harris called on president trump for failing to adequately address the crow virus. Crisis. The NBA Playoffs will be postponed for a second day players continue to boycott games any protest over racial injustice the three games it would be postponed today joined three others postponed yesterday NBA players have decided they want to continue the season, but it's not clear when that would resume. Stocks closed mostly higher today. Here's NPR's Scott horsely. The Dow jumped about six tenths of a percent while the Nasdaq fell about a third of a percent. The S. and P. Five, hundred index pushed higher into record territory climbing two tenths of a percent. Federal Reserve chairman. Jerome Powell spelled out of policy that's likely to keep interest rates near zero for an extended period. feds inflation target will remain two percent, but the central bank will tolerate higher prices for a time. If necessary to achieve that average inflation has fallen below two percent for most of the last decade even when unemployment was at near record lows since then the pandemic has pushed unemployment into double digits, the Labor Department says more than a million people apply for jobless benefits last week, Scott horsely NPR news Washington taking a closer look at the numbers. The Dow is up one hundred, sixty points. The Nasdaq down thirty nine points the SNP up five points today this is NPR. In contrast to a recent position from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it may not be necessary to test people who show no symptoms of Covid nineteen. The World Health Organization is saying country should actively task people who's technical lead for the coronavirus is when officials investigate clusters of covid nineteen testing may need to be expanded to look for individuals who are on the mild end of the spectrum or maybe a symptomatic the CDC essence backed off on its revised guidelines somewhat. White supremacist who killed fifty one Muslims and injured dozens of others in a mass shooting in Christ's Church New Zealand. Last year has been sentenced to life in prison without parole bears Hanalani, reports the shooter is the first person to receive the country's harshest form a life sentence twenty, nine year old Australian Britain tarrant pleaded guilty to fifty one murders, forty attempted murders and terrorism charge. His live streamed attack on two mosques drew international attention to white supremacists terrorism and handing down the landmark sentence. The judge told tarrant your crimes are so wicked that even if you are. Detained until you die, it will not exhaust the requirements of punishment. The sentencing came after days of testimony from victims families as one woman told her husband's killer the devastation goes beyond fifty one lives those who died she said left behind thirty four spouses, ninety two children and more than one hundred siblings. Hanau lamb NPR news number of people filing first time jobless claims. Last week stubbornly stuck above the one million mark and sign the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect employment. The Labor Department reporting the number of people seeking employment benefits was still in the seven figures on. I'm Jack Speer. NPR News..

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Now here's our montage that that cooking put together and It's It's 39 40 seconds, but it it makes the point. Because you have been fed. We've all been fed this line of B s for weeks. Now that all of this happening important in Seattle is just mostly peaceful protests. Aged and largely peaceful protests during a peaceful protest along the peaceful protesters. Peaceful protesters near Lafayette Square are pictures of Portland indicate mostly peaceful protests, mostly peaceful process. Peaceful protests. We see peaceful protesters. These protesters were peaceful, other peaceful protesters. The peaceful protesters peaceful protest the peaceful protests that have been going on in Portland people trying to hijack these legitimate protesters and create violence. Peaceful protests across the country were upended by violence inflamed by President Trump's plans to employ more federal agents. So you see is just peaceful protest. There's nothing to see here and and Trump Trump sent federal agents out there. And that's what it got. Bag had no business, sending federal agents out there and the mayor of Portland and Seattle, so we don't want Federales well. The damage that was being handed out out there was of federal property and it was required that the federal government defend its own property and the people that work in those buildings and that's what was happening. It was entirely lawful. You know what's really crazy about that here we have the Democrat Party, which believes the federal government is the center of the universe. And now they're on the side that they're taking positions here. The sensation. The federal government's got no right to do anything. It's got no power to do anything, including defend itself because Donald Trump runs it. So, anyway, Jordan Jordans of Montage, which showed the destruction. It showed all of the damage. It showed the fire bombings and the loadings and the tear gassings and showed Every bit of it. His montage wanted for a couple of three minutes. While the audio was one Democrat after another saying mostly peaceful protests. That's when the networks Bumped out. Jordan's montage. Long video of the riots, and they went to regular programming. And when it was over, here's the Democrat. They've just watched the truth. They have just watched their lies fully and totally exposed by the Jim Jordan Montage Video. Did they react to it Enough acted like nothing to see here. They had a couple of curious, imputing critical comments and Jordan and the Republicans and then didn't react to it. Because they know nobody saw it. They know that their bodies In the network media. Left coverage right after Nadler's opening statement, they do not want this truth out. They Democrats and meet do not want the truth of what is happening in Portland, and what's happening in Seattle out. They do not want people knowing the truth. Why My only answer is somewhat obvious. Doesn't make him look good. But they're now in a literally having to deny. Reality and reality for which there is endless evidence in the form. Videotape and by the way, is not just Portland in Seattle. There are near daily riots in Atlanta in Oakland in New York City, Denver. Dozens of other cities. Where there are no federal marshals. They haven't been deployed. And so there isn't any federal defense. The riots were happening all over the Democratic Party is literally Promoting participating in the destruction of American cities and trying to blame it on Trump. They're trying to say that everything happening. You see, largely peaceful. Nothing to see here in all this violence starts. When Trump sends in his jack booted federal thugs. It's really surreal. To observe all of this. I Yeah. I need to take a break and get a couple more sound bites to go with our montage. But we'll do that when we get back. Sit tight, folks. Just getting warmed up here made him.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on The goop Podcast

The goop Podcast

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on The goop Podcast

"I think often times people think about racial bias for example gender bias like leading to the disparities that we see in the workplace in elsewhere, but sometimes those disparities can lead to bias like when you're living in a world where everywhere you go. Go in every every corporation enter when you look at the C.. Suite is all white men than S. it sets up the expectation that is who should be there. That's the natural or normal thing at its makes it like living in in that situation or or working in that situation. Where you know you know that is the expectation, and so that's who those people they look like this right. They come from this one category. It just really affects how people. See people who are qualified, who could have those positions, or how they see the potential of people who are trying to get to that place, they don't they don't see them. They're right. You know they don't see their potential because they already know who typically rans those spots all so i. I we need to spend time more time thinking about that I feel like oftentimes think about spice as just being in the head of the person either your bias or not, but bias is produced by the situations where an the it's produced by the environments that we're we immerse ourselves in, and so being confronted with like extreme racial disparities like that on a day to day basis actually influences who we see is a good leader who we associate. With being on top who who we think about as superior in, so it is a relationship that we have to think about in another way to this your environment sort of changing how your mind is functioning exactly, and then I think start thinking about the psychological part of itunes going back to the schools. I thought this was. So brilliant and also heartening, and makes so much sense for every child, but it's the of social psychologists Jeffrey Cohen that you write about, or they're testing. The impact of the values offer values affirmation intervention..

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KOMO

"And a tax office in northern Greece, wounding three before others restrained him until police arrived. Richard can to ABC News Cuomo News, 1000 FM, 97 7 COMA NEWS time. 8 31 Art Sanders with you right now, 68 degrees top local stories from the camo 24 7 news Center. Firefighters are still working to put out a massive fire that broke out this evening at an apartment complex under construction of the Everett waterfront. Almost tanning Natasa was on scene. His neighbors brought out their hoses. Embers blue toward their homes. Coming here way saw several. I mean, I could kill dozens of fire trucks that were just rushing to get here. And right now you see, neighbors are just trying to douse all of this. We've learned this is a four alarm fire. Authorities are investigating what caused it, But there are conflicting reports. No injuries have been reported. The apartment complex is part of a port side development that broke ground last year, which included the first residential housing right along the waterfront. Court has spent more than $50 million in fishermen's harbor building roads, utilities building guest docks. The goal is to create a 65 acre mixed use development with homes, hotels, restaurants. Parks and Mohr. None of that Covert 19 gauge is Governor James Lee watches on a daily basis are rising at an alarming rate. So the governor is putting in new restrictions, the governor says, Because social gatherings are seen as a main cause for the increase is starting Monday. You'll be prohibited from meeting with more than 10 people from outside your home each week and phase three counties. Restrictions remain the same for the rest of the state, including masks and social distancing. There's a big spike of new cases in younger people, but Endsley says they can't be totally blamed for causing a problem. One of the reasons they have higher infection rate is they do a lot of the work that's on the lower end of the pay scale, where they have a lot of interaction with people. They're the people serving you coffee and ice cream at the grocery store, and so they're they're exposed more than the older generation. The governor says. We all need to do our part to slow the spread of the virus, or he'll be forced to put in more restrictions or rollbacks. And he says that could keep schools from reopening. King County is not immune as cases of the Corona virus continue to rise. The goal for King County, according to director of Public Health Patty Hes, is 40 or fewer cases of covert 19 per day. However, she says the county is well above that number. This is a concern that we're still at this larger amount, but we're both happy that it's not just escalating and spiraling up, she says. Hospitalizations were also on the rise in King County, but they're not increasing nearly as fast. Chef Pooja look come on News they damaged west Seattle Bridges declared a civil emergency by the mayor Heather Marks with Seattle Department of Transportation says that increases their options for federal money for repairs. But.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:13 min | 10 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It's the warm, muggy out there quite start our morning, though this afternoon about a 40% chance of rain eyes in the low nineties. Another warm down for our businesses. And Bloomberg, Jeff Good Morning. Good morning, Jimmy. The Monday session on Wall Street didn't live up to its early promise rally fizzled latent today that I'll closed 10 points higher, but the S and P 500 lost 30 points and the NASDAQ fell 226. The dashboard of data created by Bloomberg Economic shows that the increase in new covert 19 infections is slowing the pace of the recovery from the pandemic reading on retail level inflation will be out before the markets open this morning. A crucial economic lifeline is about to end for millions of workers who lost their jobs because of the pandemic. The $600 a week in extra unemployment benefits from the federal government will expire, leaving the workers with just their state benefits. Besides having a huge impact on household budgets, experts say it will ripple through the entire economy. Nestle in Starbucks will introduce flavored nondairy coffee creamers in the U. S. Caramel and Hazelnut creamers will be in the refrigerated Dairy isles of stores nationwide next month. Jimmy back to you. Why thank you. It is a 9 21 around Israel's 16 w Y o D. It's time to have a conversation with Dr Deborah and 1,000,000 professor Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. She's board certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine as welcome, aren't you, doctor? Good morning. Well, is this huge debate now about going back to school, broken border schools opposed to distance learning. Even the American Academy of pediatricians, many teachers saying it's the right thing. But there is the other question about whether or not The You know, the kids can spread the virus when they come home. We know they don't get it is badly or is often as we do, But where do you stand on all this? Yeah, right The but you know. On Friday, the American Academy of Pediatrics plunged into this growing debate by issuing a new strong statement that was co signed by two national teacher unions and the American Association of School Superintendents, making it clear that while in person school provides crucial benefits to Children, and she said Public health agencies must make recommendations based on evidence, not politics. Translation. Local community infection rates have to be taken into consideration to safely reopen schools, You know, and you pointed out young kids. For a variety of suspected reasons aren't transmitting the virus the way other age groups do. But that doesn't include teenagers. So you know kids are not the only people in schools without teachers, administrators, coaches, environmental staff cafeteria workers school, They're just buildings, brick and mortar. There. There helped the staff is this important and the help of parents and extended family members who live within care for Children, and our only experience is from this past spring. Which tells us that staying home is not going to be a workable option for many Children of families, and not just because some schooling is really, really hard. And yet there are no perfect answers, right. No nation what we do know from Other countries, though, is that no nation has tried to send Children back to school. With the virus raging at the levels like America's, and the science research about transmission, frankly, is limited. In question that is All right. So what are we looking at? Were you know what what local number? Do we have to gauge to be able to figure out whether or not we should send kids back to school about what parents do. They've got to go back to work at a certain time. All right. I mean, this is this is and then what's the impact of the kid's emotionally and mentally if they don't go to school? Yeah, And those are all the questions that we were ruminating on and worrying about because there is no blueprint. And so how do we exactly work this out So far? The best data comes from Norway and Denmark that reopened their schools after reducing infection levels and imposed requirements like physical desisting distancing limits on class sizes, starting with the elementary school because we know they're not big transmitters. And they haven't seen a surge in Corona virus. So the two questions we need to think about our first. How much do we care about all the things that schools provide? Because with investment in schools as being done, for example, in Nova, southeastern teachers, staff, food service facilities, the kids they can all be made safer. We see that from Norway and Denmark, and maybe now that we've seen here The without schools. How difficult everything is an understanding that yes, it will cost money. But the payoff is vast immediately getting parents backto work and later educating the workforce of the future. It's going to be worth it. So the examples that we have in front of us would be New York, where Governor Cuomo said yesterday that schools have reopened in September. If the current virus infection is 5% or less. In the region to chance your question about percentages and that if it's higher than 9% No, you're not opening On the contrary, Nashville, Tennessee San Diego said. We're not opening it off now. Yeah, The problem with the deal is that that they included demands teachers union that had nothing to do with the virus, and that's gonna hurt. That's exactly right. Yeah, it's it's a damn shame is what it is. I think we do a gap year. Good buddy. Please. Please, Please just wear your mask. Yes, I'm doing it with your hands within. Everybody's going to go backto work Go to school will be much better. Ah, still talk about it Every day. Here they get gap. Your doctor gave you a gap year. We just all stay home. Everybody, every one of us. Just think. Hey, thanks. We appreciate your time is always will talk to next week. Absolutely Take care. And Secretary brand. Mulligan, a 26 minute gotta sports that line for the Houston Rockets there. Russell Westbrook, the latest big name player to test positive for the Corona virus posted on social media tested positive prior to the team leaving for Orlando last week, says he's feeling.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Now, if you just joined us, Solomon gave Donkey today to who shall lament everybody that was busting their guns this weekend, you know, hitting all these random Children, killing all of these random Children. 65 shot in New York. 87 shot in Chicago. Eight year old girl shot in Atlanta. 11 year old shot in D. C. A seven year old shot in Chicago. Come on, man. So we're asking 805 85951 with with all these conversations, people saying abolished the police do you guys still think we should abolish the police? Hello? Who's this? Donald Compute for South Carolina A down on a morning we're talking about people are still saying abolished the police. What do you do it? I can't agree what you say, D d and we can't Abolish the police. You know, I think we need like you. They opened up the books. He would've money is going and use that money. There's not properly going to training the police because I think a lot of problems here. When you get some of these police officers were taken the white police officers going in black neighborhoods. Um, I think I want to jump. They're scared. They're not properly trained. They don't know how to interact in certain neighborhoods. They don't know. You know how to deal with a certain situation and they're going into the situation's not properly trained. Um you know, I'm the out of police officers. My mom and dad will police officers with 30 years You know, So I have a better inside of you know how to properly police. How out of police should be? Um, I know you guys in New York. You know a lot of times, probably growing up is the police were walking their feet. You don't need it anymore. Absolutely belief in that neighborhood relating to the people, you know, being a part of the neighborhood, So I think that's what some of that money when you open up the table would need to go to light. Making the streets all to get back out there. Won't you know? You know what you're paid to do, you know, interact with with the neighborhood, you know, white or black, you know, be part of neighborhood had a black police officer is in a white neighborhood interact with you. Maybe they can start to, you know, understand, you know..

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The forecast now long holiday weekend coming up with storm team chief meteorologist Christina early today lots of sun with temperatures heading into the upper seventies just reaching the upper sixties along the coastline clouds move in for Saturday with a few scattered showers especially early on with temperatures in the middle sixties Sunday and memorial day temperatures begin to climb with increasing signed tight heading into the upper sixties to near seventy by the holiday I'm stormteam ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM fifty five degrees and the coming up next the third arrest has been made in connection with the killing of an African American man in Georgia will fill you in on that seven forty one AM fifty five degrees music to our ears before your by severe weather the forecast weather station newsradio nine twenty and won all four seven FM they call it the new normal you could just leave the pizza right on the grounds yeah thank you I found use of hand sanitizers love you but one thing remains the same one nine their average six with six auto mall kia in Swansea it's still a crime to pay more than a dime thank you make no payments.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With one another. Where the beer relationships. Scott beat bigger curse in a runoff election. Well, a man suspected in a series of fires in the central Massachusetts. Town of Dudley has died. Fires were reported in two vehicles, a house and shed on a property in town. We get more from Kim Tunnicliffe police chief Stephen Wehner says a man was found dead at the scene of the fire here on Dudley Oxford road. The man has not been identified court records indicate the whole net caught fire is owned by and James sores. A restraining order had been taken out by MRs source against her husband in June. She claims James was a disabled vet who took multiple narcotics to control chronic pain. And that he experienced extreme rage and paranoia in the court documents Julie said her husband threatened to set her checkbook on fire and kill her cat. Chief Wayner is not commenting on a possible motive say police have been here to investigate marshal's office as well as the district attorney's office state fire Marshall's office says the victim of the blaze was intimately involved with the start of the fires Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Kyw NewsRadio ten thirty. The debate lasted well into the night. But the city council in San Jose, California has approved a one hundred ten million dollar public land sale to Google. The tech giant says it plans to use the land to open a new campus in the city. But as correspondent Maria Medina tells us, not everyone is happy on the eve of the big vote. Protestors held a hunger strike outside city hall. They fear is Google brings in thousands of high-paying tech jobs rents will increase for those already struggling including Ramon Johnson. Who says was actually the mayor who helps.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To pitch up again the pitch. Into right field. Fastball. And the inside that time we stock to count lines into Whitefield. He's the hero walk off three to win in ten innings Milwaukee. What a disappointment for the Rockies. It was interesting that bud. Black decided to pitch to Mushtaq stockists with lighter hitting Manny Pena on deck a right handed batter. Moussaka so left handed batter who has won a World Series during his time with the Kansas City Royals just a few years ago, certainly considered to be a much better hitter than Pena, but the Rockies decided to go go face Mushtaq is part of the thinking was probably. Walking guide to load the bases. Not exactly ideal for a pitcher. And we stock is on an oath to pitch mislocated fastball by vino and after the game, bud. Black said, he certainly thought about intentionally walking Mushtaq is. But he also alluded to the fact that auto got up in the count. Oh to and just couldn't finish the at bat. That's two straight hitters now. Going back to the wildcard game against the cubs when hobby Byas had an RBI double on to pitch that oughta vino has given up base hits on. Oh, two counts that had not happened all season long had been thirty six for thirty. Six retiring. Hitters went ahead. Oh and two didn't happen last night as the brewers get the win in extra innings three to two. It's a new day. And we'll see if the Rockies slightly revised lineup can have some success against your chest seen when we return. We'll hear from today's starter Tyler Anderson as we continue on Rockies countdown on KOA. Kyw NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM PDC energy. Thanks Colorado's.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Children steve taiwa kyw newsradio hey what are we gonna use time five fifty two sam's back traffic and transit on the twos or and brandon we have a problem now western schuylkill expressway heads up west of city avenue a ladder were hearing fell off of a trucker car partly blocking the left lane so again west schuylkill expressway a ladder partly blocking the left lane just past city avenue heads up their pen dot on the way to get that out of the way west of this we're looking good eastern the schuylkill expressway is all good at some earlier construction east of contra hawkin curve that's now cleared out of the way and once in town we're looking good on the vine expressway all reopened between the vine and broad street overnight construction and detour is gonna be back later on tonight weather permitting then we check ninety five south from the northeast we're not seeing any problems so far this morning at some earlier construction southbound between four thirteen street row there was only one lane getting by two lanes not getting by in the ongoing construction the act of work zone is gone off at the vine expressway into town from that side of town looking in great shape now other unusual delays or problems let's check the burlington bristol bridge still a backlog here because of a lift bridge opening a few minutes ago the southbound ship in the delaware so again the burlington is moving and again a quickly moving ship here possibly before sometime before six thirty we expect a coney palmyra bridge opening otherwise good in new jersey north forty two freeway up across other bridges we're fine mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center i'm sam clover cbs three meteorologist chelsea ingram mostly sunny and slightly warmer today.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The fact that the judiciary committee is holding hearings tallying because for decades the committee was a graveyard where gun sense legislation went to die steve taiwa kyw newsradio time one fifty two traffic and friends at home the twos had a problem on the vine street expressway east that is actually causing backups on the schuylkill expressway in both directions heading for the vine street expressway it's a broken down vehicle or an accident of some type i we can't really see the car very well in the pen dot camera however east on the vine right after the schuylkill expressway you can see there's a lot of police department and fire department activity surrounding this vehicle so everybody needs to either be to the right or to the left of it so that's what the big problem is on the schuylkill west approaching university into the vine and then on the schuylkill east from gumri all the way down to the vine very slow west on the vine street expressway people kind of taking a look at what's going on but it's heavy from the parkway out to the schuylkill expressway continuing west joe conklin comedy show at timothy's restaurant in lyon village on saturday april twenty first for tickets go to joe conklin dot com cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger still cold with highs only in.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Einstein warning until eight o'clock tonight the wind will gradually diminish with clear poll conditions low thirty one sunny breezy chilly tomorrow high fifty fifty four now turn your tax refund into a rocksolid home upgrade with up to fifteen percent off during our tax season sale details at colonial marvel dot net doctors setting aside stethoscopes for musical instruments to help find a cure for type one diabetes rockin docs benefit of concert saturday seven thirty world live world cafe live university city some people come to our show because of the novelty of seeing doctors performing music on a big stage john horn is an ear nose and throat specialist and a drummer he helped to form rockin ducks for diabetes cure about eight years ago we have four bands each of them feature doctors in them anywhere from one to three doctors as well as other musicians as well two or three hundred twenty thousand dollars raise over the years for j d r f jada up is the worldwide leader for research to cure type one diabetes and it's also the largest charitable funder for research for type one diabetes the bands will perform classic and progressive rock music ticket information at rockin ducks dot org john mcdevitt kyw newsradio for business joan doniger from bloomberg business trump administration is talking talks and that was enough to satisfy wall street which started the session with sharp losses on word china was retaliating for trump administration tariffs with some of its own but by the closing bell the dow was up two hundred thirty one points the nasdaq one hundred one the snp thirty all gains of about one to one and a half percent paul nolte of kingsview asset management says this is a one eighty from what we've been seeing and could break a psychological barrier for investors over the last two months or so we have normally seen in okay market at the open in a very poor close facebook says the numbers were worse than originally thought cambridge analytica may have had access to the data of up to eighty seven million people not fifty million and most were in the us the political consulting firm worked on president trump's 2016 campaign i'm joan doniger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio is always twenty five fifty five every hour be news time five fifty seven when it comes to mortgages the internet can help you understand a lot of things like the importance of a.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And weather on kyw newsradio 700 wlw cincinnati returning to the school where seventeen people were gunned down just two weeks ago this is the 330 report i'm rob carpenter breaking now off on this fund there and it's hard for me is being somewhere where i lost one you know i'll that had do that every day and i had at that time i had every day knowing that's where he was gone today is the first day back in class for the three thousand students at marjorie stone with douglas high school of parkland florida the first days since a gun been killed seventeen people on the campus abc's jim ryan has been talking with the young adults for the returning students things that seem so ordinary before now bring back memories of the worst day in their lives sister weird empty feeling 15year paul ryan senator oris trying to get back into a routine despite the tragedy that's claimed the lives of friends he'll get on a spike in your right to school on wednesday pretending everything's normal although he says is national to go back and legs so soon jim ryan abc news broward county florida the latest forecast from the extra jin temporal scanner weather center rain likely throughout the day on wednesday with a high of fifty four showers possibility of some thunderstorms as well on thursday with a high near sixty mostly sunny friday but cooler with a high forty seven that's the forecast from your severe weather station newsradio 700 wlw temperature's looking pretty good this early wednesday morning fifty one degrees news is a service of travel centers of america new this hour cincinnati firefighters receiving numerous calls about a blaze at sutton avenue and stay in hill court early this morning first responders did located a vacant house on fire in the six thousand block of stand hill chord in mount washington no injuries reported with damage estimated at thirty thousand dollars as the investigation continues four million dollars in the states budget for new buildings and other construction projects directed toward a new stadium for fc cincinnati is on the path to approval here at the state house senate president larry osthoff says the four million is set aside now and will be redirected should plans for a stadium be scrapped we would go back to the drawing board here but the intent would be that that money would be spent in hamilton county for other projects and the.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Roads closed a lot of ice reported schools flows is a massive arctic airs this is closed for flights already cancer roadway lows flows when will be open up this actually going out it's important to know whether you complain your route if you're able to offer because we are always open stay sarahna feces your official severe weather station newsradio 1410 wdov he'll forecast this afternoon periods of rain high fifty nine mostly cloudy tonight with a low forty one and tomorrow in some clouds a kick off the workweek with a high of fifty six i'm alexandra rab from exum bassedas of other millions early years from growing up if occur new york we were kind of an anomaly lead to the music scene in the music scene there is pretty grassroots z and you know there's a lot of folks in bluegrass and we were trying to sound like incubus and like chili peppers but to be able to grow up in a community like that that is on the one hand show eclectic i'm you have people from all walks of life going did the same by schools you in a town yeah that is kind of like a little a waste this cruise very nourishing environment to go and then he really love it keep listening to iheartradio for more of exambassador and all your favorite artists iheartradio goes one on one with vince joy discussing the confidence it takes for him to perform as a solo singersongwriter gets a like a orientation of file occupying of ahmad nine verse nodded showing is songs the main one really just throwing foreign but i think sometimes when you destroy ford in your emotional inexpressive maple reacts down well like maybe it's not perfect read the whole can get vertido hot ammonia trying to do it keep listening to iheartradio for more vince joy and all your favorite artists wherever whenever who the iheartradio app on your phone we're right ear with you in the app store on kyw newsradio fourteen ten wdov.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They have a lotta home games in november and december diversion home games they know it's going to be a dumpster fire any way but if they're not given effort and name no what people are gonna do when they go to the games where the bags over their heads chant fire mac do they've put the guy out of his misery if they lose on sunday a remark who came up with a figure of the plo's on the from the organization overvalued last year they have no eleven five record in the most of their win forgive mickey mouse teams lost to look at the record of the beginning of the year there were two three they got pulverised by the vikings they have beat up in green bay and all of a sudden they're playing the brown bears the rams are speaking by the waves of the or she doesn't make than reception at the end of the last year they will still apples ran last jerk aches and the thing is that we should though ashley if you look over the last six seasons hyst rafting with exception baby landed ones embeka opinion beckham have been horrible i'm talking about stirred route fourth fifth up the giants have done have deaths in the organization the terms player personnel he new years you will do you will get race what collins he hit a home run with beckham just empu is the solid player emanating good your search use kyw newsradio you are a ravi listed heat morton is solid offensive court tackle in this league he is he's a solid player every year that's what i mean no i can't look at him is a failed pick so when you're value jerry recent a draft i see a lot of home runs i see a lot of solid picks in the first round the.

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"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kyw newsradio" Discussed on KTRH

"Month came on kyw newsradio seven forty ktrh he thomas germans my guest tonight on ground zero ghost war phone calls go beverley in michigan hi beverley you're on ground zero go ahead yes i just wanted to say that that lag it not dead yet it sokolov founding father bath what they file why don't you on magic pay what may then take the veil i wonder well we go to gold and they teach us how to lee kichoo belly fat fail date he just hurt south occurred so everything hail around majid what it is if that math but people now i wake up in what is going on and we apple addle that go on on which he gets in a goal of all people met meant and and and trump as one of them all he cared failed every day when he's on tv what do you say that times i can't hear to calls that well can you repeat what the lady said that the founding fathers here in america abroad mace masonry with them which was the first magic in she says that she believes that donald trump is doing magic all the time but he's basically a magician asked yeah i would i i definitely what are he's the magician himself or not i agree with the lady daphne is doing magic as clear as day to hold dole campaign basically almost destroyed hillary clinton because her sorcery completely failed against him and that's really what happened dare and dead founding fathers united states yet they had a a great distaste for organized religion in particular christianity.

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