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"All of that's kind of an important report. But let's start here according to the CBS report. American intelligence had been, quote, tracking this Chinese spy bully balloon for nearly a week. Now, if that sounds strange to you, it certainly sounds very strange to me. And senator Josh hawley, who we may have on later this week when I shared this clip on social media reacted as well. And said something that I think is very important and certainly is one of the implications that comes out of this. Senator hawley tweeted, he didn't shoot it down. Well, so I asked the question, let me start with what the question that I immediately asked. So when I hear that we've been tracking this Chinese spy balloon for nearly a week. That means when it entered into United States airspace, I believe it is 12 miles off the coast of the United States or any other sovereign nation. That's considered to be our airspace. And that makes some sense, right? If you think about it, I looked it up because I was curious, how far off the coast is it considered to still be the United States, for instance, as opposed to international waters. The answer is in general, about 12 miles off the coast of a mainland, is when we enter into international waters. If you're out there listening to me right now, and you are, let's say, perhaps 18 years old. And you have ever been on a cruise ship. And you might have noticed, hey, I can gamble and I can drink on this cruise ship only takes 12 miles off the coast. Do you hit international waters, boom. You can drink and you can gamble. A lot of you out there right now, like, man, I wish I'd known that on spring break, yeah. You get on a cruise. You don't even have to break out the fake ID. You could walk into the casino. You can drink international waters, 12 miles off the coast of a country, has its own law. Okay, so that's fascinating. But if we have been tracking this for nearly a week, how is it that we didn't shoot down this Chinese spy balloon as soon as it entered either our territorial waters, right? 12 miles off the coast and certainly as soon as it entered into Alaska. Now we were told early on something that I think is a lie. And I think it's been proven a lie based on the way things have gone of late. Remember, what was the initial response from the Biden administration when people like me came on this radio program and said, shoot the damn thing down? Remember, I told you that if I was heck, if I was governor of a state, I would have shot it down. Again, remember last hour I was saying like my kind of rule for life is just be normal? I think for most people, if a Chinese spy balloon is in your jurisdiction, your response would be, well, that's violates our national sovereignty. Let's shoot it down. I think that's like 75, 80% of Americans would have that natural reaction. So I would have shot it down. But the Biden administration said, well, we're concerned about what might happen to others if we shot down the balloon. Well, that totally has gotten thrown out the window because we just found out on, I think it was Monday or Tuesday that one of the objects that we shot down over Lake Huron, up in northern Michigan, the first missile missed. I don't think this is getting enough attention right now. The first missile we fired from a fighter jet. That was designed to take down this object in Michigan. It missed. That means we just sent a missile flying off into Michigan. And the initial reports for like a day were, they didn't know where it was. Then they came out and they said, well, it's fine. It just landed somewhere in Lake Huron. So the Biden administration was so afraid to shut shoot down a massive balloon. That was spying on us from China, even though, as you well know if you have ever flown over the United States, there are tons of places you could shoot down a spy balloon. And it wouldn't come anywhere near another human. Yet they missed this other thing that they tried to shoot down the first time that they tried in Michigan and a missile just randomly went into Lake Huron. Can you imagine? If you're just a random dude and you're out in Michigan and you're like, man, I swear a missile just hit like Huron. All of your buddies would be like it's winner and you've been drinking way too much, bud. You're like, no, man, I'm telling you, this huge missile just slammed right into Lake Huron. I think we're under attack from China. Maybe the Russians are here. It's red dawn. Everybody would have said, dude, it's northern Michigan. It's the winner. You've been drinking too much. There's no way a missile just hit Lake Huron. Oh, it did, 'cause we missed. So the argument that it wasn't safe to shoot it down when you have later decided to shoot down something smaller and actually miss, doesn't hold a lot of water to me. Just FYI. But if we knew for a week that this Chinese spy balloon was on the way here, why in the world didn't we shoot it down? Senator Josh hawley tweeted last night a really interesting response when I shared the story that you just heard. Senator hawley said he didn't shoot it down over Alaska. Because the military and intelligence agencies didn't tell him about it until it had left Alaska. Let that sink in, tells you who really runs this country. That's a blockbuster idea. And it's one that I've hit it on about on this program. How many people actually trust Joe Biden in this administration? Remember how every time you opened up The New York Times, the whole time that Donald Trump was in office or The Washington Post, there'd be some anonymous source saying, oh, we don't trust Trump. So we don't tell him X or Y or Z and we talked about that as being a part of the deep state.
"lake huron" Discussed on WTOP
"Cash said, it came outside, saw the attacker carrying a long gun than found one of the victims inside a truck. I go up to the truck where a guy got shot at and I'm just, I took his pulse and everything, make sure he's okay. He's already gone at this point. The suspect is in custody facing first degree murder charges in the local sheriff says more charges are expected. Knew this morning a determination by the U.S. that Russian forces in their superiors have committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine. Vice president Kamala Harris addressed the Munich security conference, Russian forces have pursued a widespread and systemic attack against a civilian population. She said crimes against humanity have been committed in Ukraine by Russian forces, gruesome acts of murder, torture, and deportation, Harris says they will be held accountable. Stacey Lynn, CBS News. The U.S. is calling off the search for the flying objects that were shot down over Alaska and Lake Huron earlier this month. The New York Times reports authorities searched an area off the coast of northern Alaska yesterday, but found nothing. American authorities also determined that searching remote areas of Alaska and Lake Huron would be too difficult because of conditions there. Meanwhile, Canadian authorities are still searching for the third object that was shot down over the Yukon. John F Kirby a spokesman for the National Security Council suggested the objects might never be found. President Biden said three objects where most likely research balloons and not spy crafts. Traffic and weather next it's 1136. When people have a craving to explore new and traditional Asian cuisines, they had to PF Chang's, where scratch made dishes come from the 2000 year old tradition of wa cooking. PF Chang's wanted
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"And to their superiors, who are complicit in these crimes, you will be held to account. The Biden administration formally determined last march that Russian troops had committed war crimes in Ukraine and said it would work with others to prosecute offenders. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Mistrial declared in the double murder case of a former Pentagon police officer David Dixon, moments after that decision from the judge, the top prosecutor in Montgomery county announced that he's going to retry Dixon. He's accused of shooting and killing two men in a car in the parking lot of his apartment complex two years ago that was the second time the jury told the judge yesterday afternoon that they were deadlocked. Dixon's lawyer argued in court during the trial that his client was trying to stop the men from committing crimes and the driver of the car that those two men were shot in, told the court that they were trying to break into other cars, prosecutors pushed back and said that Dixon fired his gun when the car was already driving away, and he was not in danger. The U.S. is calling off the search for flying objects that were shot down over Alaska and Lake Huron earlier this month. The New York Times says authorities searched an area off the coast of northern Alaska yesterday, but found nothing. American authorities also determined that searching remote areas of Alaska and Lake Huron would be too difficult because of the conditions there. Meanwhile, Canadian authorities are still searching for the third object that was shot down over the Yukon, John Kirby a spokesman for the National Security Council suggested that the objects may never be found and President Biden said the three objects were most likely research balloons and not spy crafts. A series of deadly shootings rocked a small town in Mississippi near the Tennessee border. 6 people were killed in one person injured, the shooting started at a convenience store in arka butler Mississippi CBS Omar villafranca spoke with Ethan cash, a man who witnessed the rampage. By the time it was all over, police said four more people were found dead. Two inside a home and two more outside near the suspect's house. I look out the window and I see Ethan cash said. It came outside, saw the attacker carrying a long gun, then found one of the victims inside a truck. I go up to the truck where a guy got shot at
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"Our producer, the top stories we're following for you today. New this morning, South Korea says North Korea has fired a single suspected long-range missile from its capital into the ocean. This comes a day after it threatened to take strong measures against South Korea and the U.S. over their joint military exercises planned for next month. North Korea's record number of missile tests last year come with threats of preemptive nuclear attacks against South Korea and the U.S.. U.S. is calling off the search for the flying objects that were shot down over Alaska and Lake Huron earlier this month, New York Times has authorities searched an area off the coast of northern Alaska yesterday, but found nothing. American authorities also determined that searching remote areas of Alaska and Lake Huron would be too difficult because of the conditions there. Meanwhile, Canadian authorities are still searching for the third object that was shot down over the Yukon, John Kirby a spokesman for the National Security Council suggested that the objects may never be found and President Biden said those objects were most likely research balloons and not spy crafts. A series of deadly shootings rocked a small town in Mississippi near the Tennessee border, 6 people were killed and one person injured, the shooting started at a convenience store in Arkham bootleg, Mississippi, CBS's Omar via franca spoke with Ethan cash, a man who witnessed the rampage. By the time it was all over, police said four more people were found dead
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"All firefighters were pulled from the scene. Travelers at JFK would send tonight as that power out of his continuous terminal one and the power might not be back until tomorrow. And I hope that they'll reimburse me for the hotel, the airfare or my connection that I'm losing out on. They're saying we won't get out until Sunday if possibly. Power was supposed to be back at 9 o'clock this morning. Nearly 90,000 city workers will be seeing a pay raise this summer, the Adams administration reaching its first tentative contract agreement with one of the city's largest public unions. When you dial 9-1-1, there's a D.C. 37 member on the other side. When your child crosses the street on their way to school, there's a D.C. 37 member making sure that they're safe. Starting in July, a minimum wage for D.C. 37 members will go up to $18 an hour and each year workers will receive a 3% wage increase. The city will also put $70 million into a fund to help balls to recruitment and retention. The city is creating a committee to consider the possibility of hybrid work for public employees, robes of workers have resigned over the past year because the city refused to consider hybrid models. So now mayor Adams seeing his workforce dwindle will consider letting some workers work from home. The committee is going to be speaking on behalf of those who could do remote work and those who can't. The committee will figure out what works best for the city and give some the chance to work from home, but mayor Adams says he has a warning for those who want to do their job sitting on their couch. I think working in the office saves marriages, but that's up to me to believe, you know? No, I'm late in W ABC News. The unidentified flying object down by a U.S. fighter jet over Lake Huron may never be recovered. We haven't recovered it. So it's very difficult so you can get your hands on something. To be able to tell. And because of where it is over Lake Huron, I mean, we all have to accept the possibility that we may not be able to recover. White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby at The White House, Canadian crews recently suspended their search efforts. It's also not clear if debris from two other objects shot down over Alaskan Canada will be found due to rough terrain and weather. 6 people are dead and a suspect is in custody after a series of shootings in northwest Mississippi. Actress Stella Stevens, who strut on films in the 60s and 70s has died. Stevens costarred with Jerry Lewis and the nutty professor Stella Stevens was 84. A rally being held Sunday at jenkinson's aquarium in point pleasant New Jersey as dead whales continue to wash up on the shore. Most recently a whale was discovered in far rockaway queens, the 12th dead whale found along local beaches dating back to December 1st, just days before that, a juvenile female humpback whale washed ashore in mantis want, jarring residents along the Jersey Shore. I'm just sick of beautiful wild creatures dying because of all of us. We really need to find out what's causing these deaths. And this weekend's rally attempting to call attention to the region's offshore wind projects, which some worry could be negatively impacting the whale somehow. James flipping for 77 WABC news. Suffolk county executive Steve below in the midst he could have done more to prevent last year's cyberattack, he commissioned a cyber report in 2019, which revealed the vulnerabilities within the system and neglected to implement them before the breach. We can not know for certain, but it is very possible that had this security enhancement been in place, the initial tack may have been thwarted. Necessary upgrades are now in place. WBC news time is 6 O three sports and you're a full forecast up next. Janine
Rep. Andy Biggs: Biden Is Gaslighting by Shooting All Aerial Objects
"They allowed it to invade our airspace and they allowed it to maneuver over some of our most sensitive military installations and then finally after weeks of complaining from conservatives and everybody else in the country, they blow it up, and then to prove that they're really serious about defending the nation, then they target three innocuous balloons that were hovering over Canada and Lake Huron. And it turns out that one of them may have belonged to a hobby group. Yeah. Well, what you have here is gaslighting from this administration. That's really what that is. So it's a distraction. So I mean, you're right. They could have taken that the China spy balloon out. And here's the difference. It was a 200 foot tall balloon with the payload, the equipment underneath it to surveil the United States and transmit back was the size of three school buses. And they had it in track from the moment of launch. And over the aleutian islands and the Bering strait could have taken it out then over Alaska northwest Canada and the Yukon territory. Could have done it over Montana. Lots of room, lots of places, but they didn't do it. And so you're right. So to cover their track, after because they took the balloon down after the mission was completed, right? I mean, that's really what happened. And by the way, they were not able to jam the signals from that balloon. I've been told that from military personnel who told me this. And so what you got is a gaslight basically distracting, say, see, we are tough. And you've nailed it. You've nailed your analysis right on the money. Can Congress
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"News. Two 51. All the pieces of that Chinese surveillance balloon shot down out of South Carolina out of the South Carolina sky have apparently been plucked out of the ocean. Officials say parts of the balloon they were searching for, including a 30 to 40 foot antenna array have been recovered, searchers used U2 spy plane photos to identify what they were after. All of the debris will be sent to an FBI lab in Virginia. The search for debris from three other aerial objects is not going as well. Canada has called off its recovery mission at Lake Huron because of weather conditions, no debris has been found and conditions are not favorable in Canada's Yukon or awful Alaska's northern coast. That CBS News correspondent cami McCormick. It is rare, but it happens. A cancer patient in North Carolina experienced an unexpected side effect. 20 months into his treatment for prostate cancer, the patient in his 50s developed in Irish accent. That's according to research published in Britain. The accent was described as uncontrollable and persistent, lasting until the patient's death. During his 20s, the patient lived in England and had distant family members from Ireland, but the research says he never visited the country or spoke with the accent before. The affliction is known as FAS foreign accent syndrome, it happens when the immune systems of cancer patients attack parts of their brain, muscles, nerves, and spinal cord. Pam who sell Fox News in other news, Microsoft
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"Has ended its recovery efforts of that suspected Chinese spy balloon off the coast of South Carolina. It was shot down nearly two and a half weeks ago after floating across the U.S.. Three more aerial objects have been shot down by the U.S. Military since then. And yesterday, the president said those objects appear to be privately owned. CBS correspondent cami McCormick says hope is dimming that debris from any of them will be found. The objects came down in remote areas or in extreme conditions, Canadian authorities have now ended their search for the object that came down on Lake Huron, citing deteriorating weather and the low probability of recovery. Search efforts are continuing in Yukon, but that's being hampered by mountains and snow. The U.S. is so far reported no debris recovered from the other objects shot down over northern Alaska. Debris from the Chinese balloon is being evaluated at the FBI lab in Quantico. People living in and around east Palestine, Ohio, continued to complain about headaches and irritated eyes. This is coming nearly two weeks after a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed. That derailment forced residents to evacuate and stay away from the area. They say they're getting they're getting just vague information about what's going on. State authorities are trying to assure a skeptical residence that things are getting better. Ohio governor Mike dewine says the drinking water there is safe. However, Ohio health department director Bruce vanderhoff says he's personally looking into the continued test being conducted on both air and water quality. We have simply not found elevations of these volatile organic
"lake huron" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Senator from our state seeks transparency. That's on the way, but let's check ABC News. Good afternoon. It's 2 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Lindsay Davis, anchor prime streaming weeknights on ABC News live. President Biden walking through the timeline of events that led him to order the takedown of those three high altitude objects discovered in remote airspace above Alaska, Canada and Lake Huron, the president at The White House today made one thing clear. If any object presents a threat to the safety security of the American people, I will take it down. The president said he ordered the Chinese spy balloon shot down when it was safe and that the military said that wasn't until it reached the Atlantic Ocean, as for the other three objects, he says the military thinks they were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation or research institutions. The president says he's restricting 6 companies that do business with the Chinese army and plans to talk with president Xi. Andy field ABC News Washington. Outrage from residents in and around east palestin, Ohio, after trained railed Karen toxic chemicals, EPA administrator Michael Regan touring the area. Sister Barr went out EPA air monitoring has not detected any levels of health concern in the community that are attributed to the training derailment. But ABC's Alex perche says some people aren't buying it. We've heard from resident after resident that tells you that, look, I mean, I don't know that I play in the creek water. I don't know that I would drink the water from the tap. Still a lot of reservations, but officials are urging residents to use bottled water for now. More details are emerging on Anthony mccray the man police say opened fired Michigan state university this week killing three students. We can confirm that the shooter had two handguns on his person when he was located. MSU's interim deputy chief Chris rosman also says the weapons were purchased legally, but not registered. Pennsylvania senator John fetterman checking himself into Walter Reed medical center in Washington for clinical depression. His staff says that he's experienced depression on and off before, but that it's recently gotten worse. You're listening to ABC News
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"Defended the decision to scramble fighter jets to shoot them down, and acknowledge that the first missile fired over Lake Huron missed its target. First shot missed second shot hit. New cockpit audio reveals, that's comforting. Batch comforting. So the first shot missed. A balloon. Research belong they tell us. But the second shot hit it, thank God. I just wonder if that pilot has been too busy learning about diversity, equity, and inclusion, or maybe critical race theory or whether it's genitalia is really his genitalia or somebody else's Chinatown. You never know. You never know. Go ahead. The pilots were perplexed by what they saw. Smaller than a car. Pentagon officials have offered intriguing descriptions of the objects. One looked like a metallic drum. Another was cylindrical and carried out. Hold on. Does this report it even though how stupid she sounds? It looks like a metallic drum, then I'm guessing it's not a balloon, mister producer. What do you think? Hello. Hello. Continue, please. Another was octagonal in shape with strings attached. What are these things? Who sent them like a kite? Maybe it was a kite. I've seen octagonal heights with strings attached, mister producer, haven't you? It's doing research. Research. But we won't know for decades. But we're working on it, don't worry. We'll figure it out. During the term of the next Republican president, but we'll have to wait. And I had what are they doing here? GOP senators argued today that the public deserves more answers from the commander in chief
U.S. Shot Two Missiles at Flying Object After First Shot Missed
"I'm serious. The missile missed the chairman of the joint chiefs, Millie, told reporters the first shot missed the second shot hit. The missile that missed landed harmlessly in the water of Lake Huron. And was later tracked down. They tracked down the missile, they saw the track down the balloons. They're at the bottom of the Lake. They're at the bottom of the, and they're in some Arctic area that's too cold to get to. Biden's given the order now to shoot balloons out of the sky because he was so embarrassed over the first one that he waited until it got over the coast of South Carolina. Derek, can you find out how much it costs? Because I saw that on the news last night, I want to get this straight. $500,000 missile wasted on a missed shot at a balloon that now they're saying they don't think came from China. What the heck is going on? And they're not forthcoming. They're not giving answers on anything on this.
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"How about mister call screener? He's in New Jersey. He's seen anything new? Nothing. I haven't seen anything new. In Virginia and I haven't seen anything new in Florida. But don't worry, they spend a $1 trillion in infrastructure with the help of Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and Lindsey Graham's out there working with the Democrats for Amnesty for 2 million people. About had it with that guy to be honest with you. It's enough already with the rhinos. So the truth is the economy sucks. That's the truth. Regardless of what anybody else tells you, that's the truth. I want to get into a few other issues here. Like not only does Biden not talk about these things that violated our own sovereignty, our airspace, as well as Canada's. But apparently there was a briefing of the senators may be some house members as well today. Tom cotton came out of their and said, I was told basically everything I read in the newspaper, everything we already knew. Even a Democrat came out of there. Da nang dick from Connecticut. And he looked more befuddled than usually. And he usually looks befuddled. And even he was saying, well, we didn't learn a hell of a lot. But unfortunately, we are learning a lot and so is the enemy. One of the most sophisticated jet fighters on the face of the earth. With the most sophisticated technology honing systems, radar systems. The F-16 fighter jet set to shoot down the aerial object over Lake Huron. The Michigan. This weekend missed with its first missile. Excuse me? The damn thing is floating. I get hit it with a BB rifle. He missed it, or she missed it with the first shot, the first missile confirms the head of the joint chiefs. Mark milley, he missed it. It's whether the missile miss changes how the U.S. may go about downing the next Ariel object over its territory. Millie said officials go to great lengths to make sure that the airspace is clear in the backdrop is clear. To maximum effective range of the missile, he added that the missile landed harmlessly in the water like hero. It was later tracked up. That's not the issue. We can't hit a frigging derringer or whatever the hell it is. How are we going to hit another jet you idiot? First of the three newer objects, which was shot down from 40,000 feet over the last Friday. Was hit after President Biden gave the order, oh yeah, he's given orders. He gave the order on a Wednesday. They shot it down on a Friday. What did they send a honing pigeon? What did he do? Sent it by regular first class mail. Please shoot down. The second was brought down on Saturday in northern Canada after prime minister Trudeau, greenlit the mission of Biden authorized fighter jets to fly into Canada. Yes, they don't have any jets left in Canada. The third object initially labeled an unidentified aircraft was down Sunday over Lake Huron. After initially being spotted Saturday in Montana look at that Phillips, look in the sky. Then we got all these radar systems and it takes Franken Phillips to see the damn thing. We don't know where it came from. What do you mean, you don't know where it came from? Don't you have eyes when the enemy? The White House said the uncertainty of the surveillance capabilities of the three objects led Biden's orders for the military to shoot them all down. Those of you planning to take air balloons over the week, I don't recommend it right now. In other words, apparently because we can't track or shoot down spy balloons or these other objects, we can't figure out where they're coming from. The order is just shoot everything down. And that the administration will establish an inner agency team to look into unidentified objects and U.S. airspace. The objects are identified, just too late. While the U.S. government is currently pulling parts of the Chinese spy balloon from the Atlantic Ocean, Millie said it will be difficult to recover the three recently down objects as they have all fallen into very difficult terrain. The second one off the coast of Alaska. Really, really difficult terrain in the Arctic circle, so a very, very low temperatures in the -40s. The second one is in the Canadian rockies and the Yukon. Very difficult to get that one in the third one is in Lake Huron. It probably a couple hundred feet deep. We'll get them eventually, but it's going to take some time to recover those. Really, here I asked this fire. And it's a big ass. You're a big ass is fired, knowing. Now where did they come from? What were they? It's just. We are being let down as I say over and over again by this ruling class. It is incompetent. It is a radical left wing ruling class. These agencies in these departments are used to empower these agencies and departments. They're used to empower the Democrat party and their radical agenda. They're used to leak information to a corrupt media that in turn embraces, celebrates, emboldens the radical left. But we have things in the sky that they can't even describe that they don't even know where they come from. With the most sophisticated equipment on the face of the earth. There's only one positive thing I can think of coming out of this, mister producer. Maybe the Chinese won't steal as much because they're going to change it. They can't figure out it's a balloon. Maybe we don't need that particular technology. I'll be right back. Months, love end. On 77 W ABC.
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"Ended up killing himself, he had no affiliation to the school, and we still don't have a motive. In turkey, a humanitarian crisis is getting worse for survivors of last week's earthquakes. CBS MTS taya is there. Across turkey are hundreds of makeshift camps and while 8 is available, with every passing day, conditions are only worsening as trash piles up because there's no one to collect it. In hot eyes old city, a once thriving and ancient quarter. It's now unrecognizable and unlivable. The Turkish government has promised it will rebuild all damaged buildings across the country within a year, but few here believe that. And have other pressing concerns. Concerns like finding more survivors, crews are still pulling people from the rubble today. In Washington, joint chiefs chairman general Mark milley says it's been nearly impossible so far to recover debris from three aerial objects shot down by the U.S. Military in recent days. They're in very difficult terrain. The second one off the coast of Alaska is in some really, really difficult training the Arctic circle. Very, very low temperatures in the -40s. The second one is in the Canadian rockies in Yukon, very difficult to get that one. And the third one is in Lake Huron, probably a couple hundred feet deep. So we'll get them eventually, but it's going to take some time to recover those. Nissan is recalling nearly half a million vehicles radio reporter Jeff Gilbert explains why. Deterioration over the years can cause the emblem on the steering wheel to come loose, creating a hazard if the airbag deploys. That's why this is on older vehicles, several O 8 to 11 Nissan models. The company says there have been four injuries reported, no word how serious. A judge in Missouri has overturned the conviction of a man who served nearly 28 years in prison for a murder he never committed. The motion of the circuit attorney of the 22nd judicial circuit file here in for the benefit of Lamar Johnson is granted. But Johnson, who's now 50 years old, will not be compensated by the state for his wrongful conviction, because Missouri law only allows payments for people exonerated with DNA evidence. His legal team has set up a GoFundMe page, it's raised more than $10,000. This is CBS News
1st missile strike at aerial object over Lake Huron missed
"The U.S. confirms a first missile strike at aerial object over Lake Huron mist. Speaking to reporters at a NATO defense meeting in Brussels, U.S. chairman of the joint chiefs of staff's general Mark milley says a first missile fired at an unidentified object overlay Huron, missed the second target while the second one hit. But Millie quickly stressed that the errant strike caused no harm. So we go to great lengths to make sure that the air space is clear and the backdrop is clear out to the max effective range of the missile, and in this case the missiles or the missile landed harmlessly in the water of Lake Euron. We tracked it all the way down. And we made sure that the airspace was clear of any commercial civilian or recreational traffic. The acknowledgment by Millie comes amid questions about whether the shootdown of aerial objects that military officials say don't post a threat could create unnecessary risks. I'm Mimi Montgomery
"lake huron" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Been more closely scrutinizing our airspace at these altitudes, including enhancing our radar, which may at least partly explain the increase in objects that we've detected over the past week. Congresswoman elissa slotkin of Michigan, where one of the objects was shot down over Lake Huron Sunday. This is not some faraway thing. A senior Biden administration official describing that object as octagonal in shape on manned and flying near sensitive sites with an altitude of 20,000 feet, posing a wrist whose civilian aircraft. That same object was first fought at Saturday over Montana. After it reappeared on radar, President Biden ordering it shot down out of an abundance of caution, and that's the recommendation of military leaders. That coming just 24 hours after another object was tracked over Canada's Yukon territory, Biden and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau agreeing it should be shot down. This is something that norad and Canada and the United States are taking extremely seriously. And yet another high altitude object was shot down Friday off the Alaskan coast. That makes three more incidents since the takedown of that Chinese Bible moon off the South Carolina coast on February 4th. And a senior U.S. official tells ABC News, none of those latest objects appear to have had payloads and are much smaller than that Chinese Bible balloon. Efforts are now underway to recover that surveillance balloon off the coast of South Carolina and other objects that were shot down, which a senior U.S. official tells ABC are believed to have been weather balloons. Justin Finch, ABC News, Washington. A selfless act of love just in time for Valentine's Day. Lauren and DJ Toby share more in common than most couples. The year before they got married, Lauren was diagnosed with a rare and life threatening liver disease known as PSC that affects bile ducts in the liver. Over
"lake huron" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Good evening, it's 6 15. I'm Kim shepherd Rick vent size will be back with us tomorrow. We have Kathy O'Shea at the editor's desk and here's what's happening. Three more unknown flying objects shot down by the U.S. Military over the weekend. Brad milky spoke about it with ABC's Mary Alice parks. I think I speak for everyone when I say, what is going on? I'm sorry, we're worried about one balloon, and now we're just shooting these things down, left and right. What's happening? It is absolutely remarkable, Brad, just a pace and frequency here. It is very clear that the U.S. has completely escalated how their policing, the skies. I mean, you outlined it three times. The U.S. Military has shot down unidentified objects. In three days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. One off the coast of Alaska, kind of the northern tip, basically we're talking about icy Arctic waters. One where they worked with the Canadians, actually in Canadian airspace, shooting it down in the Yukon, and then we're hearing of this latest one, an object that was detected all the way from Montana going over Wisconsin fall up the upper Michigan Peninsula and taken down over the Great Lakes Lake Huron near the Michigan Canadian border. The intelligence community in the military knew about the Chinese balloon about three days before The White House did. And so there's a little bit of we're not going to get fooled again here. Clearly, they are looking at what is going on differently and like you said, they are acting a lot quicker. What are these things? I'm not used to talking about UFOs seriously, but it sounds like we're just being told like unidentified flying objects. What are we talking about? I mean, the real question is we don't know. The Pentagon, The White House, still not confirming it. And that is remarkable when you think about that one that was shot down in Alaska on Friday. They've now had time to get military assets there. I mean, they say that the conditions are really bad. They're talking about snow and sleet and dim conditions. I mean, Arctic conditions. It would not be prudent for me to speculate on the origins of the object at this time. But still, several days now, and they still can't confirm what this was that they shot down. Let alone the other two, no wreckage recovered over the weekend yet that we have updates on. We are at work now, recovering the degree to better understand, certainly the capabilities of the surveillance balloon from the TRC, but also the nature of these unidentified objects. The big question is, could they have been just completely benign? Could they have just been weather balloons up there? Well, because I was going to say either there's a fleet of these things being released recently or this is just stuff that's always up there. But if this stuff is always up there, Mary Alice, are we just not seeing it? Most of the time because that seems like a problem. Yeah, I mean, I do think that we're seeing a lot of frustration for members of Congress that maybe we weren't just looking at the sky as closely enough or paying close enough attention. There's clearly a political aspect to this that after that Chinese by balloon was just so brazen, what across the whole country was so big had all the technology. I think it clearly put The White House, The Pentagon on a high alert. But we're also told there's kind of a technological part of this, too
The Sudden Barrage of Unidentified Aircrafts Across North America
"Is the homeland under attack? Are we being invaded by the Chinese or somebody else or something else? Something is not right. In the last couple of days, we have seen UFOs unidentified flying object after unidentified flying object enter our spacer Canadian airspace that has required us to shoot it down. On Friday, Biden ordered the air force to shoot down a balloon with a car sized payload after it violated airspace in Alaska up in the Arctic circle. According to The Pentagon, that's The Pentagon, not the octagon. Remember, it's important. The UFO quote does not resemble in any way the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down off the coast of South Carolina. That plus the location might suggest that it's from Russia or it's a completely different country or other countries that have this technology, not very many countries do, that over the weekend, the U.S. tracked another balloon into Canadian airspace and shot that one down as well. According to Canadian defense minister, this balloon resembled the Chinese balloon. From last week, but it was a lot smaller than on Saturday norad, shot down some airspace, something down in airspace in Montana and sent fighter jets to investigate another radar anomaly. But this time they didn't find anything false alarm. Nope, instead we lost track of the object, which then flew over Wisconsin and Michigan before we finally found it and shot it down over Lake Huron. One of the 5 Great Lakes here in Ontario, Michigan Erie and superior. What is going on? Well, there are a few possible answers here are one of them. China and perhaps other foreign rivals are testing the Biden regimes ability to police and defend our own airspace. Is this an invasion of surveillance operation? Is this a trolling project on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party where they're just kind of getting a thrill with coming into our airspace to see how fast we can react? Another possible answer and maybe a more disturbing one is that these incursions happen a lot more than we realize.
Monica Crowley: We Need Answers on the UFO Shootings
"Military is getting involved in shooting these craft down, including one yesterday, it was floating above Lake Huron. One of the Great Lakes, heading into the heartland of the country. So obviously we need to answers to this. The fact that nobody not The White House Space Force, NASA, air force, nobody has held a press conference about any of this. You're just getting like, you're getting little briefings here and there. In fact, yesterday, The Pentagon did a briefing by phone Todd, okay? They couldn't reel somebody out with some explanation. Another point that I made on my podcast today is that remember during the Iraq War, we would get the grainy footage of every single target to whether the target was on land or in the sky. We got the grainy footage of our military locking in on the target and then it blowing up, right? We have not seen still photos, videos, either before they're blown out of the sky or after on the ground. We've got nothing. So all of this is very weird. It's very odd. I also think a lot of this is a giant distraction from the stuff that is actually happening that they don't want to talk about. For example, Biden's family corruption dig tech FBI actual collusion, CCP aggression, Pfizer admitting that they're doing gain of function research. This massive industrial catastrophe in the heartlands in Ohio with the train derailment and toxic chemicals spewing into the air. There are so many things that are actually going on that they don't want to focus on to their screwing out shiny objects. I'm not saying these aerial phenomena aren't real. I'm not saying that they couldn't possibly be a danger. We need these questions to answer, but we also need to be talking about the actual concrete stuff tangible issues that we know are going on. No, that's a good
Balloons and More Balloons: What's Going On?
"What's up with these balloons and these objects flying in the sky over the United States that are one by one being shot down. It started off with the so called China balloon. And reports that there was another balloon going over South America, and this appeared to be something that was fairly easy to trace these. This is a balloon from China, and I was a little puzzled at the beginning. Why did they shoot it down as opposed to somehow grounding it so that they can study it? Maybe they shot it down and it's still in a position to study it. I don't know, but then we had reports of a second object, and a third object, the fourth object, the most recent, an F-16, I'm not reading from a news report Wall Street Journal, and F-16 shot down an object over Lake Huron. The object was octagon shaped and was at an altitude of 20,000 feet, posing a threat to civilian air traffic. So there's an obviously an immediate danger, which is that although the sky is very big, there are a lot of airplanes in the sky. If air traffic control doesn't know about these objects, then you could have an airline fly directly into it, that would obviously not be good. Interestingly, having shot these objects down. And by the way, over the last 8 or 9 days, the United States military is shot down at least four objects, at least four, meaning possibly more. Over North America.
Is the US Being Tested by UFOs?
"So Selena Zeno, welcome good morning to you. Now back on Twitter at zito, Selena, Selena, Selena, did the UFOs make you go back on Twitter? No. Okay. Just checking. Now, I have a theory, which I've already introduced this money that the UFOs are actually a DEI initiative to get Lake Huron in the news. Since it's always excluded from the coverage of the Great Lakes, what do you think? I think it no. No, I don't think that's it. I can't even go with this. That's not, that's not why it happened. Thank you. It's so beautiful, too, right? I'm sure you've been there. Well, yeah, but nobody, if you ask people to name the Great Lakes, they get four out of 5, and nobody knows Lake Huron. And it's just really, it's been it's a 200 year old problem that nobody cares. Nobody knows where it is. And so finally, we brought him into the front pages. I'm just trying to make all the facts fit. Because it's just doesn't make any, what do you think this whole thing? You know. There's so many things to think of it. Part of it is very scary, right? You know, the idea that the Chinese or some bad actor is either leading us on a goose chase. Or actively spying us or actively playing a game of catch me if you can, and just to see what our reaction is and what our resolve is. Yeah, they're learning how we respond to incursions into our airspace via various pathways. It is most definitely like the doctor Tapping your knee and seeing if you move your foot. It is exactly that and they've learned that we're not very fast and we're not very consistent.
US Shoots Down More Flying Objects
"You can't ask for a better Super Bowl, except for next year is when Nick Chappell rumble for 200 yards and miles Garrett will get three sacks, maybe four and a half. But this was a fantastic Super Bowl. Welcome back. You're on your way to work. You got to come down from all the guacamole and whatever beer you drank yesterday. It was a fabulous game, and I hope you enjoyed it. And the aliens let us play it. That was, you know, up and down Saturday night when object number three appeared and then disappeared over Montana, but then we shot down object number three, which I think became object number four over Lake Huron, which is the first time Lake Huron has made news since the French Indian War. But I am very glad that we got another one. I want to know what you think is going on here. One
China says more than 10 US balloons flew in its airspace
"The U.S. is now shot down four objects in the sky over the last 8 days. The latest was yesterday in Michigan on orders from President Biden a fighter jet shot down an unknown object over Lake Huron, general Glenn van herck is head of norad and U.S. northern command. If it isn't, right? I'll shoot it down. As follows the shooting down of a big balloon from China off the South Carolina coast, objects were also shot down over Canada and Alaska. Why all this activity? Melissa Dalton is assistant defense secretary for homeland defense. We have been more closely scrutinizing our airspace at these altitudes, enhancing our radar, which may at least partly explain the increase in the objects detected. China now says more than ten U.S. high altitude balloons have flown in its airspace during the past year without its permission. Ed Donahue, Washington.
"lake huron" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Down by the U.S. Military over Lake Huron on Sunday, we've got more from Bloomberg's quits. While Paul, The Pentagon shot down yet another unidentified object Sunday, one it had been tracking over Lake Huron in Michigan, it is the fourth time in 8 days a high flying balloon or other craft has been brought down over the U.S. or Canada. The latest object was flying at a lower altitude than the alleged Chinese spy balloon that was shot down by an F-22 off the coast of South Carolina on February 4th or the other objects targeted over Alaska and Canada on Friday and Saturday, and while the Biden administration said the high altitude craft brought down on the fourth was a Chinese spying balloon details on the latest objects remain sparse. The incidents have prompted renewed pledges by lawmakers in Washington to seek greater U.S. readiness against the overflights and a measure of bipartisan praise for the Biden administration's at military actions, appearing on CNN's State of the Union, congressman Mike Turner, the chairman of the House intelligence committee, said the recent intrusions into U.S. airspace mark a turning point for the country's defense. We really have to declare that we're going to defend our airspace. And then we need to invest. What's been come clear in the public discussion is that we don't really have adequate radar systems. We certainly don't have an integrated missile defense system. We're going to have to begin to look at the United States airspace. As one that we need to defend and that we need to have appropriate sensors to do so, this shows some of the problems and gaps that we have, we need to fill those as soon as possible because we certainly now ascertain there is a threat. Turner said the shooting down of the so called Chinese spy balloon, as well as the other foreign objects shows the gaps in U.S. defense systems. China is reportedly getting ready to take down an unidentified object flying over waters near the port of qingdao, which is home to a major naval base for the People's Liberation Army. This according to Chinese news outlet, the paper, no word on what the object actually is, the naval base hosts both ballistic and nuclear attack submarines and is the command headquarters of the country's North Sea fleet. The death toll from the massive earthquake in turkey and Syria now tops 33,000. The Syrian civil defense group said Saturday their focus is on search and recovery because no survivors have been found since Thursday. Miraculously, four people were found alive in the rubble in several Turkish cities after being buried for over a hundred hours in freezing conditions. And while the Turkish government is responding by arresting building contractors and others with ties to collapsed buildings, the justice ministry has set up investigation bureaus for earthquake crimes across the affected area. Turkish president Erdoğan is being accused of pushing through allowing property owners to have construction violations forgiven without bringing their buildings up to code, a move that seemed to have appealed to voters on his 2019 campaign trail. And a conservative Christian democratic union has won elections in the German capital, Berlin, according to projections, after a rerun of a poll held in 2021 that was so chaotic in its results were nullified by the city's top court. The result is a blow for German Chancellor Olaf scholz and his party, the left of center social Democrats who gave did govern Berlin and shifting coalitions for the past 22 years. Global news powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, I'm Erica Hurst quits. This is Bloomberg. Doug. Erica, thank you. Let's get to our guest max wasserman is with us max's founder also senior portfolio manager at Miramar capitol who joins from just outside of New York City. Max, thanks for being with us. I think we can agree that U.S. interest rates are headed higher. We can debate terminal rate, pat harker, who is the head of the Philly fed was saying just the other day that once we get above 5%, rates will have to remain there to ensure that price pressures ease. What is this when you hear this type of rhetoric? How does it inform your strategy? Well, thank you for having me on. What we're looking at is a market that's a little bit ahead of itself. Because we think everybody is discounting that the fed is going to reverse its course in the second half of the year. And we agree with what you just said. We think interest rates are going to stay higher longer. And so it's not really affecting our strategy too much. We're dividend growth investors. And we look more one to three years out. That being said, we do like areas of the market that will benefit as we think growth stocks are going to be suffering from the higher interest rates. And you've had a strong start to the NASDAQ this year, but we think leadership is going to change, reflecting a higher interest rate and therefore we think market multiples will come down. The fed's been pretty clear about its intentions going forward, but the market keeps trying to second guess it. Why do you think that is? I think that I think the market is trying to bully the fed right now and trying to talk them into changing their mind because they've done it at several times in response to the market. I think this time Paul is showing you that they're much more hawkish. And they're not going to stop. And with inflation, roughly over 6% and then wanting to bring about down to roughly, let's say, three to 4%, they have a ways to go. CPI is still high, wages are still strong. The economy is still doing well. But the market right now is hoping. And I think that's all it really is. Doing is hoping that the reverse course, not just stop raising it, but they're looking for the rates to come down by a cut. And we just don't see that happening. So we think the second half of the year while I think the comps will be easier and interest rates would be more stable. We think the next quarter too could be a little bit more choppy for the market as they adjust to these new higher interest rates. There was an interesting piece in The Wall Street Journal. So the issue according to the journal may not be hard landing or soft landing, but possibly a third scenario, one that may have been a little improbable just a couple of weeks ago. An economic growth upturn and you mentioned small cap and I'm wondering whether that's part of your thesis. Well, right now we focus more on mid to large cap stocks. Do I think that the economy is stronger? Yes. That being said, I still think that interest rates are going to seep into it. When you hear CEOs on the conference calls, they're telling you that they're seeing inflation. They're telling you to see in a slowdown. And they're starting to react to it. So if you listen to the CEOs and not necessarily the market, but the CEOs themselves, they're telling you they see a slowdown coming in the second half of the year. So we're not going to fight with the CEOs. But we think the market will slow down the interest rate hikes after the second quarter. It would just remain higher longer. So what's your outlook for the S&P by the time we get to
'Unidentified object' downed over Lake Huron, 3rd this week
"Authorities in Michigan are reporting another aerial device has been shot down over their state. The fourth in a series of suspicious objects. Michigan congresswoman elissa slotkin says an unidentified object was shot down over Lake Huron. After authorities restricted airspace and military jets were scrambled. It follows the shootdown of another flying object over Alaska on Friday. And another Saturday over the Yukon in Canada, which was described by prime minister Justin Trudeau on CTV. It represented a reasonable threat to civilian aircraft, so I gave the order to take it down. Both are believed to be balloons, according to Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, who was briefed over the weekend. They believed they were, yes. He tells ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. Intelligence analysts are reviewing what was recovered from the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down the weekend before, off the coast of South Carolina. And piecing together what all this means. I'm Jackie Quinn
"lake huron" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Of the shower beer from the beer draft has come up on Twitter today on my Twitter And another listener about the Peanuts is saying This is common in the southwest Mexico and Mexico with glass bottle. Mexican Coke and peanuts. Make sense with beer too. It's really good. All right, so thanks, Robert. So I just I'm so fired up for this baseball for I'm going toe see the Blue Jays and the Marlins on that Wednesday and then the Friday and Sunday I'll be at Busch Stadium, and on the Saturday I'll be in Kansas City for a Twins game. It's that week for me. I'm so excited for this so that if I remember this, we're still waiting for Brian, who's running late. If I remember this. What? This week, right? At Metz Blue Jays game We went to a lot of us from the station were there I think it was on Friday night. We put it on the show. They remember it could have been the cucumber show. I'm thinking it might have been the cucumber show. Yes. So then. We go to the Met's Blue Jays on the Friday night from there, my wife and I went up to Lake Huron for the weekend. And then on Wednesday morning before the sun came up, we drove to Detroit. For our baseball trip. Right and the first game. I just love this memory so much. The first game was Houston at Detroit. I think Houston was still in the National League. And so we get Are we get in? It's it's me. Bryant's on He's got to go. He's gotta go fast. Let's go to Brian. And then I'll tell you my dumb story After Brian Glad we could get you in here. The PGA Championship starts tomorrow. You get 10 picks. Let's hear what you figured out..
"lake huron" Discussed on WJR 760
"For a limited amount of time we will have her. Marie. I didn't get to hear everything running around doing all that I do during the little break there, but Is there a lot of snow on the way Here are people guessing that I'm not so sure about snow totals. We were discussing that? Yes, our last night, But I do know we are headed for a very big cold snap Very big, cold snap coming this weekend. And we do have the possibility of snow, but I think there's I don't think we're looking at a huge amount of snow. It's the cold that we're really looking out for how cold Will it be? I mean, we're looking at single digits. Yeah, and and for a few and first several days, So, uh, you know, it's it's likely that we're going to, you know, not be putting away any of the Cold stuff. You know the gear for for a while here. I have to tell you that I never was a big fan. Of face masks for the cold. You know, you would see people that would be wearing these this face gear for lack of a better term. I'm not talking face masks for help. I'm talking about Keep you warm. I never was a big fan until I've gone out with my face mask on and say. Wow. This really does keep you warmer. It does keep you warmer. And it makes. Yeah, I took a walk yesterday. And when I came home, I really felt that cold air in my lungs. So, yeah, it really does help. And you know you were mentioning about the weather that's coming. We also should mention there is a flood flood warning that continues until 10 o'clock this morning for the ST Clair River. Between alga neck of the mouth of Lake Huron. They are seeing severe flooding in several areas in that alga neck area, So it's it's again. We're dealing with that serious problem. Another heads up there. Don't you just love the idea of these This patent pending clear in 95 face mask. I mean, first of all, it takes care of a lot of problems. First of all, 10 95, which is the only mask we should all be wearing. But in the meantime two masks of what we've been saying for a while. But it first waltz in 95. We should be swimming in those and Ford's doing what they can to help. But secondly, that we can see each other's faces,.
"lake huron" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The article is signed. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah. After hours of debate, the house voted 232 to 1 97 to impeach President Trump a second time, this time for incitement of insurrection. After last week's ride at the Capitol Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed off on it this evening in a bipartisan way. The House Demonstrated that no one is above the law. Not even the president of the United States and Republicans voted to impeach you during that of eight. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise called the proceedings Roget will on Lee Serve to further does divide a nation that is calling out for healing. It's not likely the Senate will begin a trial until next week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the process will begin once the article is transmitted to the Senate president. Trump released a video after the House, though, though he did not mention impeachment, he did again condemned the violence at the Capitol, True supporter of mine could ever endorse political violence. No true supporter of mine could ever disrespect law enforcement. Or our great American flag. No true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans and the president calling for unity as he put it, for the good of our country. More social media fall out for the president after the Capitol riot snap says it's terminating his Snapchat account after previously suspending it aside in the interest of public safety Former Michigan governor Rick Snyder has been charged with two counts of willful neglect in connection with the Flint water crisis. The city was in financial trouble in 2014 when a manager appointed by Snyder decided to use the Flint River for water. While a pipeline from Lake Huron was under construction..
Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
From self-isolation to cancelled tours: Artists feeling the impact of COVID-19
"Started on March fifth and was supposed to wrap up on April twenty fifth a tour with stops in thirty one cities to promote their latest album warrior down but after only a couple of shows whoops oh climbed back in the van and headed Home Frontman Adam. Sturgeon joins me from self isolation in Sarnia Ontario. Hello Adam I hurry good So tell me where were you when you made the call to head home? We were in New York City. One of the epicenter stop so a little bit of risk taking their I suppose but Things seem to unfold very quickly once we were there. We decided that the best case scenario was to get back over the border Go to our sort of personal isolation stones and and just Take all the necessary precautions and in exactly. Where are you right now? I'm just starting On Lake Huron in a small place called camel lackey. And why are you there? Well Ah bandmate family was in a similar position to ours so we were able to kind of sell play slate together Because I have a toddler at home there was a lot of different concerns between day-care and trust so I'm not able to get home to my family just yet Better safe than sorry. How long are you going to be in self-isolation We'll we'll do this for For the recommended two weeks and must be very difficult for you. It's challenging of course but as long as the the Wifi signal which is just on the purchase is okay. We'll be able to facetime. I feel for my partner at home. Because the we've got a real wild child going crazy playing basketball and pulling things off the wall. I have really great support and I'm really thankful for her right now to now. There's a lot of effort that goes into planning tour rehearsing getting ready booking time off How did you feel when those cancellations started to add up? Well if you can understand it is disappointing. Of course in this was One of our bigger for a One of our larger tours and our first tour the US which we've been working towards for several years and we really waited and took our time trying to make sure that we were GonNa go on the best possible tour that we could All that said there there are much more important things in life such as our health and wellbeing. And we're all really levelheaded about it and we know that I will make all the necessary changes to to to make sure that when we can't get back on the road we'll do so in a good way so You know we're we're pretty okay with things come now. We're talking about the financial impact of cancelled tour dates and unsold merchandise and all of the stuff The two places bands make most of their money. What does this cancelled tour mean for your band financially? Well I think for the for the band were we're in an okay place? No huge losses But of course the implications trickled down. So Uh for you know we feel for the booking agents who maybe you're losing wages No we have to pay off the pay off a record a little bit and so You know the loss fails to do have back on us but What is more challenging for artists in our positions are making Making light of our personal lives so the types of jobs that we have outside of our music careers In in most all of us do have to have dogs inside of Music. Those are where the struggles become palpable. And so the lost wages here are Are Challenging again. We're you know we're dealing.
Enbridge seeks court ruling on Great Lakes oil pipeline deal
"Person Enbridge has gone to court after talks broke down on line five, the oil pipeline that runs under the straits of mackinac and bridges asking Michigan court to rule on an agreement reached with former governor Snyder to build an oil pipeline beneath the channel linking lakes Huron. Michigan inside of a tunnel. Enbridge says the deal was passed legally, Michigan attorney general, Dana Nessel has said the law enacted in December onto the tunnel agreement. Violates the state constitution, and she is declared that she will stop the new line
Fox News, Brett Kavanagh and Marijuana discussed on Home and Garden
"Take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter
Typhoon kills at least 9, traps thousands at Japanese airport
"Nine thirty here in London ten thirty. If you're in Paris or Berlin, I'm Anna Edwards. You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe. We check the data for you on bloombergradio every fifteen minutes. So let's do that right now the stocks on the European equity markets this Wednesday morning down by seven tenths of a percent. The first one hundred down half a percent. The CAC Karen down more than one percent. In fact, down by one point one possess and the Xetra Dax down seven tenths of a percent. So European equity markets catching the downdraft from Asia as the FX EM crisis turns into something that is causing emerging market stocks to sell off. So we saw emerging markets. So so Asian equities down by one and a half percent