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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Some 5000 people are taking to the ST Clair River today between Port Huron and Marysville for the Port Huron float down despite warnings to stay home officials in the U. S and Canada want people to sit this one out because of the Corona virus, Canadian officials are threatening a fine of $750,000 or jail time if people float into Canadian waters. U. S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah Schiesel wants people to be safe, making sure people and understand the dangers and participating in this event during a pandemic and also just the usual dangers that present themselves, you know, water, current water temperature and a large number of voters in the area. She still says they'll try to steer people clear of Canada but says there's only so much they Khun Dio, he says they're also concerned about the Corona virus with people not wearing masks and close together. Rafts. Beth Fischer. W W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 W W J News. Time is now to 22 are some employers using Cove it as an excuse to get rid of workers? I'm Charlie Langton, with Langton briefs especially older workers. That's employment attorney Jennifer Lord with the law firm of pit, and McGee, who says that employers are starting to bring back some workers. But not all and everyone is called back except the 62 year old and that attorney Lord says, could very well be employment discrimination. And worse, she says. It could expand to other employees those with disabilities or problematic workers, and that could be a problem for the employer. But those workers that don't want to come back for fear of contracting the virus. Well, that could be a problem for the employees. I think that it's going to start to emerge that, um you know, people who have a legitimate reason to be fearful. They've got some pre existing condition that puts them at higher risk. They're going to be given some some extended coverage on that bottom line. If the boss says to come back to work, you have to come back or have a very good excuse. Why you can't check out my briefs VJ news radio dot com With Langton BRIEFS. I'm Charlie Langton for W J News Radio, 9 50 The latest on the Corona virus, and all breaking news is.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Michael Waldman, president of the non partisan Brennan Center for Justice at GNU School of Law, says some even suggests the Postal Service is being deliberately sabotage among those who suggested that there deliberately sabotaging the post office's president Trump himself who said the other day That he didn't want to fund it because then it would be able to deliver people's ballots. I will tell you in the history of the country. Uh, no President has ever said anything remotely like that before in the August primary that Clark and boom Puma Bloomfield Township told wwj, eh? Some of the ballot she mailed out, took nearly two weeks to arrive. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says about 10,000 votes had to be thrown out because they arrived in the mail too late. Benson is pushing for a law that will allow the votes to still count as long as they were postmarked on time. New Zealand has 13 new confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the last 24 hours. All but one of the cases seems to be linked to a cluster where the most recent outbreak started. Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield, These are in the community. And one isn't managed isolation tuning to the 12 cases in the community, all our Oakland based and based on our current information, none has traveled outside the Oakland region recently. Case has come after the country was hailed for spending 102 days. Covert free officials say it's a mystery exactly where those new cases came from. Even though both U. S and Canadian officials have advised people to stay home because of the Corona virus, some 5000 people still expected to take part in today's port urine float down on the ST Clair River. Of those who float into Canadian waters. Officials have threatened a $750,000 finer jail time. Lieutenant Jeremiah She soul is with the US Coast Guard Detroit we have are coming and messaging that is always going out talking about making sure that their people are wearing, you know, they're P F P s with their life jackets. And making sure they have a reliable means of communication and identification, especially in AH in in a case where they might get unintentionally drifted over and make landfall in Canada, she still says people use inner tubes, rafts, even wraps made out of cardboard for this event. Sad news for the president this weekend. I'm Tom, 40 just about one day after visiting him in a New York hospital. President Trump announced the death of his younger brother, Robert Robert Trump, was apparently seriously ill for a while. Although no cause of death was announced Earlier this year, he filed an unsuccessful lawsuit against a niece who published on Our best selling book highly critical of the Trump Family. Robert Trump was 71 years old Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Coming Up on news Radio, 9 50 The New Way to Accessorize your Face Mask. With a pair of bike shorts. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. W W J NEWS time. 8 38 traffic.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W J NEWS time. 7 10 Protest and petition signing over rezoning plan set between three and five Today in front of Trenton City Hall. Ryan Stewart says concerned citizens like him fear the old Macleod steel side along the Detroit River could become an intermodal shipping port or some other heavy industrial site again. So the very least we wanna make sure that the brakes there sort of pump so that we can assess everything from every angle before we just move full speed ahead with an industrial development. When it's been apparent that our neighboring communities even moving further up north into Detroit. It's not something they want. Stuart says He's leery of what's next for the property because it was bought by Cos of the Maroon family, which has had controversy around its ambassador Bridge and formally the Michigan train station, which has since been sold a Ford Motor Company Current owner of the roughly 900 acres along the Detroit River says they have no future plans. They're still working on tearing down buildings and cleaning up the property for an agreement with the city of Trenton and the EPA. Hiring that purple squirrel during the pandemic can be tricky, but there are steps you can take to be fair. Here's WW. James Brooke Allen Carey Show. Shay, founder and CEO of Purple Squirrel Advisor says companies hiring need to be aware of first impression by is the way the person walked into the room what they're wearing What kind of purse they're carrying. I mean, it could be anything but it can also happen in a zoom interview. I mean, based on the background or the camera angle, So you know it could be any thing that that you formed an opinion about early on that is not based on, you know, on the facts show, Shay says, asking the same questions and giving candidates the same amount of time, whether in person or by video will also help ensure a fair interview process. By the way, a purple squirrel is the term used to describe the perfect candidate. In the World of HR. Brooke Allen W. W. J. NewsRadio 9 15 stood mentoring program with a different twist. It right speaks, is inviting high school juniors and seniors to apply for its summer leadership. Accelerator Program founder Briana Alexander says the program will be online rather than in person because of the Corona virus. But how can they be sure students aren't playing Minecraft or fortnight while they're supposed to be connecting with their mentors are are accepted. Student, Um, there are gonna be signing off on it a bit bit form they are committing to, you know, cameras on being engaged, being active, asking questions and participating. It's a three day program. It's from today and for 30 each day we've Of course, crafted in break During that time, we'll be sending stipend for lunch. Alexander says. The program runs August 19 through the 21st the deadline to register Monday afternoon at 5 p.m. You can register at Detroit Speaks Inc. Dot organ In the midst of the current virus pandemic. People have been advised to stay home, with many still taking to the Sinclair River on rafts and enter tubes for the Port Huron float down today, Canadian officials have warned of a $750,000 fine or jail for any one floating into Canadian waters. U S Coast guard Lieutenant Jeremiah She still says they'll do what they can to prevent that from happening. We do attempt to, you know, wrangle, you know, people participating, usually like with a throw line or something like that. Usually the You know the people on like inner tubes, You know, hang on to that, and with our boats, we kind of just bring them over. But there's there's way too many people, Teo to tryto. You know, help everyone out in 2016 more than 1500 Americans floated into Canadian the waters because of the high winds. W W J NEWS time. 7 14 Tigers have one last shot to break that long losing streak against the Indians. Today, Sports in one minute right now, switch your family that T mobile and get four lines for $25 Align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest five G network, So don't wait, Get unlimited and nationwide five g access for the whole family for.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On radio dot com or tune in news Radio, 9 50 TJ Parents of school Children are worried about the start of the school year. W. W. J Business editor Marie Feldman says they think family finances will take a hit two out of three households with Children between the ages of five and 10. Bracing for a financial hit. If their kids can go back into the classroom, they would be the hardest hit, with 20% of them thinking that they'll have to cut back their hours at work. Many also say they'd have to pay for additional childcare. 15% say they might have to stop working altogether. The survey comes from Bankrate, they found nearly 1/3 of parents across the country would incur additional expenses for technology tutoring and also meals. Marie Feldman, W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 more Michigan residents will be able to mask up thanks to a new partnership between the state, Ford and FEMA. The new My Mask Aid program will provide four million free face coverings to low income residents, schools, homeless shelters, another community agencies helping vulnerable residents. During a briefing heard on W. W. J this morning, Ford CEO Jim Hackett said the automaker will get help distributing those masks. We also have an extensive Dealer network that is helping us in this case. They're going to be part of helping us distribute Mass as we were up to Biltmore. Our suppliers, of course, have been helping And it really just makes sense to invest in our state in our country, Hackett said. Ford workers have already made 72 million pieces of personal protection equipment since March help health care and other essential workers who are on the front line in the battle against the Corona virus. More from the auto beat. Though more related to autos. This time, GM has been shot down it attempt to get its federal racketeering case against Fiat. Chrysler reinstated more from W. W. J. Auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert. This is the second time federal judge Paul Borman has ruled against GM. At first, he said the GM hadn't proven it would have been harmed by Fiat. Chrysler's actions. Today. He ruled that GM hasn't presented any new evidence that would produce a different result. GM claimed offshore bank accounts were being used for bribes. Borman agreeing with Fiat Chrysler that you can't infer the just because there was an offshore bank account it was being used for illegal activity. Jeff Gilbert, W W. J. D 09 50 Canadian and U. S officials are advising people to sit out the port here on float down this year's sense when the midst of it Cove in 19 pandemic. 5000 people expected to use rafts inner tubes and float down the ST Clair River. U. S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah's Schlissel says They'll do their part were out there for public safety. We know people are going to do this anyway. They participated in raft off even though weren't it during a pandemic, You know, job a nooner. No. The only thing we did see was, you know, less people participating, but it was still. Ah, quite quite a operation Tio just ensure that the public stays safe. She still says the jet skier was killed when they were hit by a boat during the recent raft off Kenyan officials, who are warning the 707 $150,000 fine or jail time could come to those who float into Canadian waters during float down. A look at sports in two minutes. Another rough day for the Tigers against the Indians. J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Left the scene on foot to adults and baby were taken to the hospital, where they're listed in temporary serious condition. The suspect described as a heavyset black man, wearing a black shirt and white striped pants, something covering his head as well. If you have information that could help solve this incident, contact Detroit police GM says it will keep pressing forward even as a judge today refused to reinstate its racketeering lawsuit against Fiat. Chrysler, saying We will not accept corruption. GM planning to take their case to the sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Paul Borman, saying GM didn't provide evidence that would have changed the original ruling that they weren't materially harm by Fiat Chrysler. Foreman, also agreeing with Fiat Chrysler that the new evidence of offshore bank accounts wasn't proof of corruption via Chrysler, saying today's decision confirms their contention that the suit is nothing more than a baseless attempts to smear a competitors. Jeff Gilbert. W W. J. D Go 1950. We're looking for a job a long time. Detroit lunchmeat maker Is hiring E W grow BLE sons in Eastern Market, which is known for corned beef is eyeing 150 people. Jason Global, says the company is looking to expand. You know, there's been very generous unemployment, extremely generous unemployment benefits and those air. Starting to phase out of people are getting backto work the perfect time to get the message out and always this time of year. We do bulk hiring because we start our buildup towards same path. The jobs or anything for meat packing to sanitation and transport that begin between 14 and $20 an hour. Maura at e w global dot com on the state 17 years ago, the power went out for millions, and it wasn't a normal outage. It was a massive blackout affecting eight states. Long time traffic reporter Lance Howard was up in the chopper when the failure happened after four PM that day. Well, the gridlock started shortly there after, but the biggest thing that caught her attention was everything, all of the power going out. No business signs. No traffic signals. Lots of power is one thing. But Howard Howard's expect expected something else. Another thing that crossed our minds almost immediately. We were less than two years out from 9 11 and the thought of a terrorist attack taking out our power grid had crossed our and probably many people's minds. The outage, which affected nearly 50 million people, was the result of a downed tree branch onto a high voltage power line in Ohio. He might lead to new rules in tree trimming new power lines and technology upgrades. A port here on float down is this weekend, but Canadian and U. S officials say stay home. 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from Port Huron to Mary's Ville, But there's a pandemic underway. U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul all weaken do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential business so of people. Float into Canadian waters. They could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she soul says. For those who do go where a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case, that's Fisher W. W. J News radio, 9 15 Governor Gretchen Whitmer giving an update on the state's battle against Cove it 19. Today. We will provide for 1,000,000 free masks to people who need them Most. It's a really incredible donation that Ford is working with us to make sure that we're able to do this. One million of the face coverings from FEMA, 1.5 million from Ford will go to low income schools, including minority residents who have been affected. By the public health crisis as a result of historic racism. Whitmore administration officials say they believe the state is experiencing a plateau in Corona virus cases this month. I'll check sports in one minute tigers hammered again by the Indians Tell you about it, Thomas. Karina. See, there was a subset of our lovely stances Social C. I don't know in a sort of serious arrow. No Thomas CNN Matter Go.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Has been shot down its attempts to get its federal racketeering case against Fiat. Chrysler reinstated more from W. W. J. O B reporter Jeff Gilbert. This is the second time federal Judge Paul Borman has ruled against GM. At first, You said the GM hadn't proven it would have been harmed by Fiat Chrysler's actions today, he ruled. The GM hasn't presented any new evidence. It would produce a different result. GM claimed offshore bank accounts were being used for bribes. Borman agreeing with Fiat Chrysler that you can't infer that just because there was an offshore bank account, it was being used for illegal activity. Jeff Gilbert, w W. J. D go 9 50 Canadian and U. S officials are advising people to sit out the port here on float down this year since when the mist of a covert 19 pandemic. 5000 people expected to use rafts and inner tubes and float down the ST Clair River. U. S Coast guard Lieutenant Jeremiah Schlissel says they'll do their part were out there for public safety. We know that people are going to do this anyway. They participated in raft off even though weren't it during a pandemic, You know, job a nooner? No. The only thing we did see was, you know, less people participating, but it was still. Ah, quite quite a operation Tio. Ensure that the public stays safe. Schlissel says the jet skier was killed when they were hit by a boat. During the recent raft off. Officials are warning a $750,000 fine or jail for people who float indicated in waters during the float down. Parents of school Children are worried about the start of the school year. W. W. J Business editor Marie Feldman says they think family finances will take a hit. Two out of three households with Children between the ages of five and 10 are bracing for a financial hit if their kids can go back into the classroom. They would be the hardest hit with 20% of them thinking that they'll have to cut back their hours at work. Many also say they'd have to pay for additional childcare. 15% say they might have to stop working altogether. The survey comes from Bankrate, they found nearly 1/3 of parents across the country would incur additional expenses for technology tutoring and also meals. Murray Feltman W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 more Michigan residents will be able to mask up thanks to a new partnership between the state Ford and the Federal Emergency Management.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:43 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"S officials say Stay home. 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from Port Huron to Mary's Ville, But there's a pandemic underway. U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul all weaken do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential business. So of people float in a Canadian waters. They could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months. It's in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she still says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case. Bath Fisher W. W. J. NewsRadio, 9 50 General Motors says it will keep pressing forward. Even a judge today refused to reinstate its racketeering lawsuit against Fiat. Chrysler WDBJ AUTO Beat reporter Jeff Gilbert has Mohr saying We will not accept corruption. GM planning to take their case to the sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Shortfall. Borman, saying GM didn't provide evidence that would have changed the original ruling that they weren't materially harm by Fiat. Chrysler Foreman also agreeing with Fiat Chrysler that the new evidence of offshore bank accounts wasn't proof of corruption. Chrysler, saying today's decision confirms their contention that the suit is nothing more than a baseless attempt to smear a competitors. Jeff Gilbert, W W. J. D GO 1950 is developing on W W. J. Detroit police investigating a shooting around four o'clock near Hampshire and Ann's very Avenue. Left an eight month old baby in two adults injured. Police tell W. W. J the suspect got out of a Dodge Ram pickup truck and began to fire shot the baby in a 25 year old man in a 26 year old woman that were inside of 100 minivan. The suspect left the scene on foot. Two adults and a baby were taken to the hospital where I visited in temporary serious condition. The suspect described as a black man, heavyset, wearing a black shirt, white striped pants, black shoes and some sort of wrap around his head. If you have any information that could help solve this incident Contact Detroit police immediately. Looking for a job a long time. Detroit lunchmeat maker is hiring E W GROW Bill Sons in Eastern Market, which is known for corned beef is hiring 150 people. Jason Global, says the company is looking to expand. You know, there's been very generous unemployment, extremely generous unemployment benefits, and those are starting to phase out of people are getting backto work the perfect time to get the message out and always this time a year we do Well, tiring because we start our buildup towards same path. The jobs or anything from meat. Packing.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason, this would have been the 26th annual Dream Cruise. And although you're right, 2020 will go down in the books is Not having an event. There are still great cars to see and some of using stories to tell like Mike Abraham from Chicago, who shared with me the time he brought his wife to the dream Cruise. I brought the wife out a few years back and I figured, you know you got married and I said, Let me show you where I go every August and she came out once. She's like doing stuff for me. I said no problem. No problem. I said, but you're not going to stop me from next year. She's like, no, No, It's your passion. You do it and come. You know, this year Cove it and all that. And I kid you not, you know, I was kind of like, Oh, God. The good news is you can surmise is Mike's wife did let him come anyway this year, But I found his story very appropriate. Jason. One might almost say emblematic for this dream Cruise that officially isn't Adapt and adjust. 2020. Reporting live along. Woodward, John Hewett wwj NewsRadio, 9 50 Thank you, John as the Corona viruses also canceling another tradition here in Michigan. NewsRadio, 9 50 Zach Clark joining US live and local with those details at Jason, just like John's report, this one also a big one. High school football in Michigan will be played in the spring. Not the fall, thanks to the Corona virus, the inmates SDA making the announcement this afternoon, Romeo head football coach Kurt Ryan says they were right in the middle of things. When they got the news today, we had a tough practice morning headed up had and then Just recently found that are false for season is being moved to spring. And, you know, obviously, I think kids kind of knew. That was ah, potential option, but they're still My phone's been blowing up here lately. Now, Jason Today's announcement from the S. A s on ly applies to football. Volleyball in soccer are considered moderate risk for virus Spread well. Cross country golf, tennis and swimming and diving are considered low risk, so those sports are practicing, and for now they are on track to begin their playing schedules in the coming weeks. Reporting lives at Clark Wwj NewsRadio, 9 50 Now the latest look at the Corona virus numbers in Michigan. The state's reporting 748 new confirmed positive cases this afternoon. As the State Health Department is also telling US 11 more deaths have been reported. As the Michigan residents should be proud of their efforts to combat the virus. That message today from the governor who remains cautious but says We just can't let our collective guards down. Or our masks, either. Despite being one of the hardest hit states early on, our state currently ranks 40th and the seven day average of new Corona virus cases per capita and in the 40th percent testing positive. On Corona virus diagnostic tests. The's are wonderful pieces of information compared to what's happening across the country now in Detroit schoolteachers, they're going to be casting a vote next week on whether or not to strike over fears of the virus. Among the concerns how the district would handle an outbreak of covert 19 and Terrance Martin, who heads the Detroit Federation of Teacher says he hasn't gotten an answer as to why all students and teachers can't be tested. On an ongoing basis. Martin points out that 80 districts across the state have already announced online learning to start the year and you're talking about the school district with the largest concentration of African American students in African American people. And again, this virus is hit us harder than anyone else. So that to me what prompted a school district, a board and the superintendent to take that into consideration on? Obviously, that is not not the case here, Martin says. They're putting together a system that will allow the teachers to cast their votes online. The first time. Sandra McNeil WW Jane is Radio 9 50 The Port here on float down is this weekend but officials out of Canada and here in the U. S. They say stay home. 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from Port Huron to Mary's Ville, But there's a pandemic underway. U S Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul all weaken do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in warning people. Canadian Officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential business. So of people float in a Canadian waters. They could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, Schiesel says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case that Fisher W. W J NewsRadio 9 50 still ahead on NewsRadio, 9 15 A federal judge says G. M's racketeering case against Fiat, Chrysler will Not be reinstated. I'm Auteuil beat reporter Jeff traffic and weather together on this Friday evening. W W J News Times 68 to the roads, we go with Katie seeing some odd heavy traffic on I 94 westbound on Clinton Township near 14 mile road, Otherwise, we're pretty much delay free on Woodward North and South Bomb between Royal Oak in Birmingham. You are slow north and south bound with cruisers. Maybe not. Traffic is sponsored by John's lumber in West Bloomfield Township. A crash closes Orchard Lake Road. This is both ways between pine like an Indian trail just crawling both ways, and you're slow in the work zone, eight mile road between aggression Van Dyke, both East and west Bondi, two left lanes are closed through September tonight in Clinton Township I 94 he spawned from Harper to shook. Only one lane open.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Candy maker has its eye on Thanksgiving. We'll explain these stories and more coming up. Good afternoon. I'm Jason Scott and I'm Jackie. Page for W W. J News Radio. 9 50 TIGERS get BACKTO work TONIGHT, Chris for Lars coming up at 5 45 And we'll check your money at 5 55 cloudy skies right now, across Metro Detroit's The Full forecast at Fivethirtyeight 79 degrees in Warren. W. W J News time. 5 31 And big news in high school athletics this afternoon and actually not so great for many, but it affects some 30,000 students in Michigan and athletes. I should say W W. J. Zack Clark joining us live and local with the very latest Zack Check E. The S A has moved high school football from the phone to the spring, saying there is a higher risk for spreading Covad 19 on the gridiron. I spoke to Romeo High School football coach Kurt Raina's. He says he applauds the inmates yesterday for making a tough decision. I have mark and really them. It's just a lot of credit. I think they've done a really good job of it. Trying to hold the course. As long as they can that initial standards and expectations that they put forward you know, I got imagine being in their spot if no college football players playing in the state of Michigan that just even from an optic standpoint, it makes it really tough. Now, Jason Volleyball. Soccer are considered moderate risk for virus spread while cross country golf, tennis, swimming and diving are considered low risk, and those sports are practicing again. Physical football being moved from the fall to the spring because of the Corona virus Reporting live. Zach Clark. W W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 Well, you can't stop the cruisers. While the dream cruise officially off schedule this year due to covert 19 people are still hitting Woodward Avenue. And we are seeing some slowdowns along the avenue this evening. Stay tuned. Traffic and weather is just ahead at 5 38 W W. J News time is 5 33 doctor Meanwhile, Dr Jin a Cal dune said that different counties in the state of Michigan are seeing varying levels of success in taking down covert 19. Detroit has a case rate of 26 cases per 1,000,000 people per day, with the positivity rate of 2.6%. However, Wayne Munroe and Oakland County's all have over 40 cases per 1,000,000 people per day in a positivity rate over 4%. Macomb County has the highest numbers in the region with a case right of 82 cases per 1,000,000 people per day, any positive the rate of 7.4%. Calhoun says. That's why it's important for businesses, schools and others to work with their local health departments to trade school teachers next week, they're going to cast their votes on whether or not to strike over fears of returning to the classroom in the fall. Detroit Federation of Teachers President Terrance Martin says the teachers are currently afraid yesterday over 1000 cases the highest since May on Now we're talking about two weeks going back to school. Face to face. It just doesn't make sense and the bishop is going to need to make it make it. He says He wants a plan as the how the district's would handle an outbreak and he like teachers and students to be tested more frequently. The annual port here on float down is this Sunday, But officials on both sides of the same clay river are urging people to stay home during the Corona virus pandemic. U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah Shizzle says that he expects fewer people, but he says many still will still go and I'll do what they could do to keep people out of Canadian. We're gonna have boats out there. We're gonna have You know, we have Ah, plan where we've basically Divided up the river into sections to allow us to locate people quicker. That's as Canadian officials are warning of a $750,000 fine or six months in jail for people who float into Canada. Josephine continuing just barely to hold onto its tropical storm status today as tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New England. Kyle was about 185 miles southeast of Atlantic City, New Jersey with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. Josephine meantime, had maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. Han was about 460 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands. No coastal watches or warnings are currently in effect. U. S. Authorities have given wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin. With the hopes of helping struggling salmon and steelhead. The sea lions have been a long running conundrum pitting mammals protected under federal law against protected fish runs. Permit granted allows the states and several native American tribes to kill 540 California Sea lions and 176 Steller sea lions over the next five years. Mississippi is going through a very careful process. Coming up with a new state flag After retiring the last state flag with the Confederate Battle emblem. Mississippi is looking for a new design for the banner, but officials say it will not include a huge mosquito. The state Department of Archives in History, says a design featuring the blood sucking insects slipped through the screening process and should not have been one of the finalists posted online. They blame a typographical error for the giant mosquito surrounded by a circle of stars. The design has been zapped. Pam Coulter, CBS News One candy maker is already thinking about Thanksgiving was not even here yet, but bronze is already out with controversial plans for Thanksgiving dinner. The candy maker is infusing It's candy corn with the six flavors of the holiday feast from Turkey and stuffing to cranberry sauce and sweet potato pie for a picky eaters..

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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05:48 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Auto beat reporter Jeff Gilberts joining US live and local with the latest year, Jeff Well, Jason, saying We will not accept corruption. GM planning to take their case to the sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Paul Borman, saying the GM did not provide evidence that would have changed his original ruling that GM wasn't materially harm by Fiat. Chrysler Foreman also agreeing with Fiat Chrysler that new evidence of offshore bank accounts was not proof of corruption. Fiat. Chrysler's saying today's decision confirms their contention that the suit is nothing more than a baseless attempt to smear a competitors Reporting live. I am Jeff Gilbert. W W. J pretty. Go 1950 Macleod Steel site in Trenton could be the next shipping port on the Detroit River. WW Jay's My Campbell reports that not everyone thinks that that's a good idea petition is titled No Inter Motile Shipping or Heavy Industry on McLouth Steel Waterfront. The group by the same name, says they've collected for 1000 of 6400 signatures they hope to collect to show city leaders. They want something other than a factory along the riverfront. You might score a couple of bucks up front, but what you'll see in terms of economic downturn from Loss of residential property value that impact revenue base for the city. The other types of developers that get invited in or put in bids. Their proposals to purchase other waterfront property are just going to continue to invite more heavy industrial Ryan Stewart says The group will be in front of Trenton City Hall on Sunday from 3 to 5, hoping to add to their list of signatures. Mike Campbell. W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 horse racing, Returning the Northville Downs tonight, the Michigan Gaming Control Board says alive standard bread races They're going to take place today and through 17 other Fridays and Saturdays. North Carroll Downs was planning to have more than 50 race days, but those were canceled due to the virus. During racing. The track must limit crowds in the grandstand bar and restaurant areas to nearly snide 100 people. Tables, chairs and televisions have been removed from the building to help limit the crowds, workers, meantime, and racing teams, they're not going to have to wear masks and keep measures like social distancing in place. Stay home that word from Canadian in U. S. Officials ahead of the Port Huron float down this Sunday WW days, Beth Fischer, with 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from port here onto Mary's Ville. But there's a pandemic underway U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul All we can do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in AH warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential. Business. So if people float in a Canadian waters, they could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she still says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case. Beth Fischer W W. J News Radio 9 50 just ahead, cars are going to have places to go. You'll be able to drive. It will be just like 20 years ago. Woodward's going to be packed this weekend. W W. J News time is now to away traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights as we hit the roads here, with Tracy McCaskill, Tracy and this traffic update sponsored by Louis Financial Mortgage, checking the Triple A GM camps here, keeping an eye on slower traffic for a crash this along West 1 94 after nine mile it's blocking the left shoulder in the left lane. Graphic slower from before 10 mile brake light to your two Along eastbound I 94 from I 90 60 empty in the lodge and moving work crew. They're adding time to the Dr Mohr work, and the slowdowns have been ongoing throughout this Friday. Along, he's found I 94 from New Haven Road to County Line Road, where Just one lane is open the workers that there's one for at least another hour along in 14 in US 23 around Ann Arbor rain in the area Eastern westbound Michigan Avenue at Sheldon Road in Cannes Township, watching brake lights as well. And this power outage a big factor you might encounter these mouths. Functioning traffic lights. If you do, please treat the area as a four way stuff along orchard like Road, Middle Belt Road and extra vote all between 13 mile and maple in the W W. 24 hour traffic. Cedar Tree. Seema Casco W. W. J News Radio 9 50 has returned Hardeen DeVore and the weekend forecasting Well, the next three afternoons. We're going to have to watch the radar a little bit. I think this afternoon with an increasing clouds, there's a better chance of a shower Thunderstorm is the afternoon wears on upper eighties, 10 year 90 Specially really fuel with e. Situation with the humidity growing a kind of a sticky nine Tonight upper sixties than tomorrow. Sunshine. Some clouds building a shower thunderstorm likely in the afternoon. Probable, if not certain, tomorrow night will be a shower thunderstorm, and it's still likely that shower thunderstorm chance lasted about midday on Sunday weekend days in the low eighties. It cools off into the upper seventies with lower humidity is we start Monday and Tuesday of next week, and then it starts warming up again later on the following week, I make you with meteorologist in DeVore, W. W. J D is ready at 9 50 And right now we are so looking at mostly cloudy skies, The radar seems to be clear so far Temperature wise. It's 79 degrees in Pontiac and Ann Arbor. It's 67 degrees in Pontiac. It's 79 degrees and at Detroit Metro Airport. We have mostly cloudy skies and 71 degrees. You work from home. Make sure to catch up with the latest Corona virus developments. Favorite W W J on radio dot com For tune in news Radio, 9 50 double double double double news time to 11..

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U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

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00:46 sec | 7 months ago

U.S., Canadian authorities warn against annual 'Float Down' near Sarnia, Ont.

"Home that word from Canadian in U. S. Officials ahead of the Port Huron float down this Sunday WW days, Beth Fischer, with 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from port here onto Mary's Ville. But there's a pandemic underway U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she soul All we can do is discourage people from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in AH warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border unless it's for essential. Business. So if people float in a Canadian waters, they could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening, she still says. For those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cell phone in an airtight case. Beth

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"News Time. 10 03 Updating a story we've been following out of Highland Park, where a barricaded situation is over. It happened at an apartment building complex at Hamilton and third, the suspect apparently threatened someone inside the home. Police were able to talk him out. But he is being held for resisting arrest. He did not have a weapon. Detroit school Teachers will cast a vote next week on whether to strike over their fears of Cove in 19 Sander McNeil Live and local with the story Sandra among their concerns Brooke how the district would handle any potential outbreak there. It's Martin, who heads the Detroit Federation of Teachers says he hasn't gotten an answer as to why all students and teachers can't be tested on an ongoing basis. Martin points out that 80 district's across the state have already announced online learning only to start the year and you're talking about the school district with the largest concentration of African American students in African American people. And again. This is this. This virus is hit us harder than anyone else. And so that to me what prompted a school district of board and the superintendent to take that into consideration on? Obviously, that is not not the case here, Martin says they're putting together a system to allow the teachers to cast their votes online for the first time ever reporting live. Sandra McNeil, WW Jane is Radio 9 50 Stay with W. W. J as governor. Whitmer will address the state's latest efforts to get tank over 19 after the number of confirmed cases of the disease skyrocketed. State officials reported over 1120 new cases yesterday. That is the biggest jump since mid May. 700 people are hospitalized with 200 of those in intensive care. The governor will provide that update at 11 o'clock this morning. You'll hear live coverage right here on W. W. J. There's been talk in and around the state capital that the Senate majority leader may be running for governor. So w W. J. Lansing Bureau chief Tim Scoop. It went right to the man himself. Lots of hands in this town would go up. If you asked the question. Have you heard about speculation that Mike Chuckie might run for governor? Well, one of the hands that's not going up is that of Mr Shirky governor shortly sound to you. Like a remote, remote, remote remote. Our concept. Why do I keep bumping into the story? Sir? You know this town. People. They must be hungry for creating rumors. But I would just tell you right now that that is that is not on my radar screen. Well, it doesn't have to be on your radar screen, but it might be in your head. No, not even in my head. Asked if his wife has told him he can't run for governor, he says she has come this close to doing just that reporting from Lansing to W W J News radio, 9 50 Wdbj News time. 10 06 The annual Port Huron float down is this Sunday but officials on both sides of the Sinclair River, urging people to stay home during the Corona virus pandemic. U S Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah. She still says he expects fewer people, but says many will still go and they will do what they can to keep people out of Canadian waters. We're gonna have boats out there. We're gonna have Ah, you know, we have a plan where we basically Divided up the river into sections to allow us to locate people quicker. That is as Canadian officials a warning of a $750,000 fine or six months in jail for people who float. Into Canada. Diehard Classic Car fans plan to take on Woodward Avenue tomorrow despite the fact that the official Woodward Dream Cruise has been canceled due to the pandemic, and Kathy Hajim is looking forward to it. She and her husband, Dave, will be there in their 55 Chevy wagon cars are going to have places to go. You'll be able to drive. It will be just like 20 years ago. The couple tell WW Charlie Langton that they have some special memories cruising Woodward. He didn't propose to me on Warbird before that have any influence. Yeah, Herd, And then we went Tio Dugan's and had lunch afterwards. He's romantic. That's what I wanted to go. We're on Woodward. Do we have to go to Dugan's Blue for Bloomfield Township Police asking those taking part in the unofficial dream cruise tomorrow along Woodward to stay in their vehicles and also use social distancing coming up on W. W. J wondering if you had Cove in 19 in the past, Should you rush out and get one of those rapid antibody tests? I'm Dr Deanna Lights, I'll tell you what an expert says coming up. News time. 10 0 wait. It's time for traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the AIDS. Good morning, Tracy McCaskill. Good morning, Brooke Allen, checking the Triple A jam camps here not watching any significant delays, Traffic volumes moving pretty well here, checking the drive. Now, along I 96. The Jeffries problem free. No delays along 6 96 or I 75. In terms of any accidents, 94 looks pretty clear here from Dearborn out to Metro depart at Metro Detroit. I should say, as does in 20 M 14 and US 23 keeping an eye on road work. Let's get that straight because we have a lot of that. He's found I 94 from New Haven to County Line Road a single line open there. That work will run through 3 p.m. On tomorrow from five AM until three PM as well over to the South bound Lodge. The ramp to south on I 75 is closed until Monday at five AM Southwind intend the large here from 10 miles to the South Field Freeway connector. Ah, Single lane open there. And in Ann Arbor eastbound washed, you know, Avenue from here on Parkway to US 23. We have a single lane closure in that spot as well. That one's through three PM Now, If you're delayed by anything on the drive this Friday midday we want to hear from you is always on the traffic tipster lying 248 4236 W W J and follow US on Twitter at www TRAFFIC IN the W W 24 hour traffic center Teresi McCaskill, W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 Well.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Third sources. Tell me the suspect, apparently threatening someone inside the home, leading to a standoff with police officers Finally getting the man out of that home. And he has turned himself in, and as it turned out, no weapon was found, but he is currently being held for resisting arrest, Reporting live and local in Highland Park. Vicky Thomas W. W. J News Radio 9 50 There have been a number of shootings in Detroit. Over the last 24 hours. At least four people have been shot and killed. Three others wounded. WW Jay's Charlie Langton is live and local with details, Charlie. Good Morning, Roberta. Yet not a good night for Detroit police six shootings total talk about three of them. Three dead, three non fatal 1st 14 year old boy in custody after shooting his mother's 38 year old boyfriend that happened on Steel Street. The looks like the 14 year old may have been trying to help his mother. Earlier. Police tell us that the mother the boyfriend were in an argument like you say that 14 year old teen is in custody. The weapon was found next, a 29 year old man found dead in a car on meth heiress Gentry Park that's on the city's East side. And at 5 40 this morning victim found dead in a driveway on Hampshire. No further information on that one and again, there were three other non fatal shootings in just the last 24 hours. Reporting live. Charlie Langton WWJ. NewsRadio, 9 50 Got a big weekend classic cars are popping up on Woodward. So our political flags and signs WW Jay's My camera reports. It's called the Mega classic Car cruise along Woodward from noon to four. Tomorrow, the day the 26th annual Woodward Dream Cruise would have been held, if not for Cove in 19. Chairman of the Oakland County Republican Party, which organized the crews says You don't have to have a classic car, Rocky wretch, Kowski says Any vehicle that can be driven on a taxpayer funded highway is welcome. There's also a mega cruise protest tomorrow 11 to 4. Judging by the people who say on Facebook they're going looks like two cruisers could outnumber the protesters 5 to 1. Mike Campbell. W W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 Canadian and U. S. Officials are advising people to consider sitting out the Port Huron float down this year. Since we're in the middle of a covert 19 pandemic, 5000 people are expected to use rafts and inner tubes and float down the ST Clair River. Here's US Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah she saw were out there for public safety. We know people are going to do this. Anyway. They participated in raft off even though weren't it during a pandemic, You know, job sooner. You know, the only thing we did see was, you know less people participating, but it was still. Ah, quite quite a operation Tio. Ensure that the public stays safe. She still says a jet skier was killed tragically when they were hit by a boat during the recent raft off. Canadian officials are warning of a $750,000 fine or jail for people who float into Canadian waters. During the float down this weekend, the United Kingdom is expected to impose a quarantine on travelers from France as Corona. Various figures surge across Europe. CBS news correspondent in Kabul. Reports from Paris. The UK has remove France from its safe travel list following a sharp rise in new cases here. This means that from tomorrow all travellers going from France to the U. K will have to self isolate for 14 days on arrival that includes British tourists returning home. France has threatened to impose a reciprocal quarantine for travelers from the UK, which has a higher incidence rate than France. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS Did you fall in love during the pandemic? There may be some heartbreak lurking right around the corner. According Tto Love experts on mashable dot com. Many people have now entered the break up phase of their locked down love stories. Psychologists say some people hooked up just so that they wouldn't be alone and lonely during the early days of the quarantine, and because they were relationships of convenience or desperation. Those relationships could be on the rocks shortly, psychologists say, though dating has always been hit and miss and don't dwell on it too much. You win some, You lose some plenty of fish in the sea. American Airlines is planning to drop Fleiss to up to a 30 smaller U. S. Cities if a federal requirement to continue those flights expires at the end of next month. American agreed to keep serving those smaller cities has a condition receiving $5.8 billion in the federal payroll help this spring, however, the money And the requirement to serve those destinations both expire September 30th unless they're extended. This is a fascinating fight over fortnight. The video game developer epic is suing Apple and Google after the popular fortnight game was removed from their APP store's came after epic rolled out of payment plan that bypass is their pay platforms. Apple and Google each take a 30% cut from inapt revenue. Purchases in games that's been a sore spot with game developers for years. Fortnight's free, But users can pay for weapons and other things once they're on board. Steve K. Thin CBS News Right now, just after the opening bell, the Dow was down about 91 points. We'll check in with that. Korea full look at business news at the Bloomberg Business Desk at 9 55 double VJ news time. 9 38 time for traffic.

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06:02 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Live a local for the story to W. W. J is Charlie Langton and Good Morning, Charlie. Well, good time. I'll tell you what's going on here that Woodward dream Cruise, although it's not official Dream cruise, But there are still cars on Woodward, Leo to Gero. He's from Troy. He brought his 2000 to BMW, but the dream Cruise is different this year, right? Yeah, I hate it. Because you're not like people like you are other people like the Big Three. Sponsoring it. You get the revenue that comes to the city. No, I think Leo's blaming May I don't know why he's blaming me there. But then there is Kathy Ha Jin. She has a long history about. Well, she got engaged in the warmer dream cruise. Did you like all these? The fact that there's Ah, no corporations here today? No, no, no Commercial. Blacks cars are going to have places to go, You'll be able to drive. It will be just like 20 years ago. That's when she got married are engaged on the Ripper. Dream Cruise AA. The police say that yes, you can still cruise Woodward. Absolutely. Don't get out of your car. If you have to social doesn't sing and the police will be out in force. Reporting live near Woodward. Charlie like W. J News Radio, 9 15 and there's another warning out this morning. Stay home that word from Canadian and U. S. Officials ahead of the Port Huron float down this Sunday. Let's Go Live to Beth Fischer for more bath. Roberta. 5000 people are expected to take to the ST Clair River on rafts and inner tubes from Port Huron to Mary's Ville. But there's a pandemic underway here is U S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeremiah She saw all weaken do is discourage. People from going. Canada is a lot more forceful in Ah in warning people. Canadian officials won't let us cross the border right now. So if people float into Canadian waters, they could face $750,000 in fines and up to six months in jail. It could also mean covert 19 screening. She still says, for those who do go wear a life jacket and have your cellphone. In an air tight case Reporting live. Beth Fischer. W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 violent night in Detroit is three people were shot and killed. Three others were wounded. In a five hour period. One shooting early this morning of all, the 14 year old had pulled out a gun and shot a 38 year old man who was fighting with the teen's mother. At a home on Steel Street eight mile and Meyer's police have the teenager now in custody. Meantime, a 29 year old man was shot and killed while sitting in a car. Attman Harris Gentry Park on the city's East side. Police are looking for whoever killed a 30 year old man who has found shot to death at a home on Holden Street. There's seven mile in lawsuit about 7 30 last night. Anyone with any information about the shootings. Call Crime stoppers at 1 800 A Speak up. Is there finally definitive plan for students to return to school in the fall are Lansing Bureau chief Tim Scooby HQ, says there are rumblings of a deal in Lansing. They've been debating how to keep students and teachers heavy lift. The disagreements have been strong, but it looks like there's some air of optimism that they might be able to get this thing done and to prove it. Maybe we'll hear later from the governor this morning at 11 o'clock that they do have a deal. We'll see him squeak for W W. J NewsRadio Night and stay tuned to WW. Jacobs will carry the governor live at 11 o'clock this morning. Right here on W. W. J. W W News Time is 907 How accurate our cove in 19 tests? WW. Jay's health reporter Doctor Deanna Lights takes a look. Dr. Russell Faust is the medical director for Oakland County Health Division. Because we're under global pandemic national emergency, they have not reviewed the false positive rate, false negative rates, sensitivity accuracy of virtually any of these tests. And so that makes it difficult to compare laboratory to laboratory That makes it virtually impossible to know how accurate the test is. It's being offered at your local pharmacy or urgent care or physician's office, Dr Faust says. In state labs can't process all of the tests. Some are sent to third party laboratories around the country and instead of results coming back in a couple of days. Some test results are taking us long as three weeks from the Delta Dental Health Desk. Dr Deanna Lights W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 We have developing news in Highland Park this hour involving a barricaded gunman and we'll have that story live for you Coming right up W W J news time. Naina Wait. It's time for traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eighth. Let's go to the roads. Marty's in for Dennis today and responded by hint of water as I looked at the triple A jam cams or crash free, But that doesn't mean we're construction free because M dot has started to new projects this morning. One is AH, down. I 94 right lane closed from 23 miles Om 19 until three o'clock this morning. He's found in 59 from Squirrel. The crooks Road that right lane is closed till 11 this morning. Now coming up on Monday, Westbound Davison ramp is going to be close to south on I 75 Monday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Starting tonight, the north and south on M 53. Rams. Those are going to be closed. Eastbound I 94. 8 p.m. to five AM and they're still doing a HAZ mat Cleanup is found 6 96 at exit. The cousins is close. That's going on. Schedule anyway, until October will hint is pure water infused with surprisingly true fruit flavors, including a watermelon, blackberry and cherry. No sugar, no sweeteners. No calories. Available in your local grocery store and drink in dot com. Hint. Water with a touch of true fruit flavour. Call our Tip Line. 2484236 W. W. J. In the 24 hour traffic center on Marty both Fellini. W W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 activate the forecast. Now. Here's meteorologist Tina for Well, if you're a fan like I am of low humidity that party's running out here, the dew points has started to surge of the.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Annual report here on a float down is this Sunday, But W W. J ZB official reports live and local officials on both sides of the same river. Are urging people to stay home. Good morning bath. Hey, Tom U S Coast guard Lieutenant Jeremiah. She soul says he expects fewer people this year, but says many will still go and they'll do what they can to keep people out of Canadian waters. We're goingto have boats out there. We're gonna have Ahh You know, we have Ah, plan where we've Basically divided up the river into sections to allow us to locate people quicker, and this is a risk as Canadian officials are warning of a $750,000 fine or six months in jail for people who flowed into Canada reporting live. Beth Fischer W W. J News Radio 9 50 Die hard. Classic Car fans plan to take the Woodward Avenue tomorrow. Despite the fact that the official Woodward Dream Cruise has been canceled because of the pandemic. Kathy Hags, Um says she's looking forward to it says she and her husband, Dave, will be there in their 55 Chevy Cars are going to him places to go, you'll be able to drive. It will be just like 20 years ago, Hudson's tells Charlie Langton. They have some special memories. Cruz didn't propose to me on Warbird before that I have any influence. Yeah, and then we went to Dugan's and had lunch afterwards. He's romantic. That's right. One to go were on Woodward. Do we have to go to Dugan's Bloomfield Township. Police are asking those taking part in the unofficial dream cruise tomorrow along would wear toe. Please stay in your vehicles and use social distancing police in Detroit or questioning a 14 year old boy for the fatal shooting of his mother's boyfriend. As WW. Jay's Charlie Langton reports live and local is just one of the numerous shootings in Detroit for the past 24 hours. Hi, Charlie. Yeah, Hi. Tom. Six Shootings to be exact. Three. Death three. Nonfatal is talk about the 1st 1 that you mentioned a 14 year old in custody after allegedly shooting his mother's 38 year old boyfriend that happened on Steel Street. Carry the eight miles would burn area looks like the 14 year old might have been trying to help his mother, as police say that Mom and boyfriend were arguing about an hour or so Earlier. Next, a 29 year old man found dead in a car on my Harris Gentry Park that's on the city's What Eastside and then 5 45 40 this morning, a victim found dead in a driveway on Hampshire. No further information on that shooting. There were also three non fatal shootings again of Detroit. If you have any information about these shootings called Detroit Police Reporting live. Charlie Langton WWJ, a news radio 9 50 What do you thinking about Halloween This year? Businesses across the country are worried that covert 19 could crush one of America's favorite holidays. It's one of the most lucrative too. Analysts say between costumes, candy decorations and parties. The economy could take an $8 billion hit if the Halloween holiday fizzles out this year. At least 1500 of public school students, staff and teachers across at least eight states are currently quarantine due to cova. 19. Exposure this as the Academy of Pediatrics now recommend all the Children above two years old, where masks at school and Other public places. CBS News, lead national correspondent David Bag No is in Miami is the state moves ahead with in person learning. Some educators are worried things were moving a little too fast. Educators like Catalina bested. She's a Spanish teacher at Tampa Bay Technical High School. She is also a Corona virus survivor. I literally felt myself knocking on death's door way. I cannot imagine A lot of my older coworkers, possibly even surviving in Michigan. There is word that Democrats and Republicans are moving close to a plan to safely start the school year in the fall. Parents, students and teachers still have so many questions and worries about heading back to school. A state lawmaker today hosting a virtual town hall in hopes of providing some answers, Details live and local from our city beat reporter Vicki Thomas Vicky. Roberta, the town hall titled Respect Teachers and Protect Students, and that gives you an idea of where state representative Sherry Gay Daniel Gault stands on the issue of face to face learning in the ball. She's a former teacher, and she is against that he tried public schools Community District's plan TTO offer Classroom learning next month. We don't know what we don't know. And so I jumped. The gun passed 80 other district in offer in class instruction. I stand with you on the teachers to push back on this. It's too soon. I think we should make sure that we're in a virtual state and buy more creative way to address those with me because they have to go to work. This morning's town Hall consist of three panel discussions with state lawmakers, educators, teachers, students and medical experts. She also knows that state law makers will be taking up the return to learn plan and a.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on KNSS

"Ninety seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS news I'm Steve Korea right now sunny and sixty eight degrees in which top Bernie Sanders is moving ahead with his democratic presidential campaign he told reporters in Burlington Vermont today that he's not quitting despite key primary losses to Joe Biden last night the remote senators Pat to the presidential nomination considerably narrowed after decisive losses divided in Michigan Missouri and Mississippi it did not address supporters publicly last night pressure's been growing on Sanders to end his presidential bid and to work to unify the party against president trump but he's mapping a path forward protesters are seeking to pressure the Kansas Senate into taking a vote on a bipartisan plan for expanding Medicaid several dozen of them chanted right down on the floor and block the Senate's main entrance yesterday about fifty people protested in the state house for almost three hours capitol police remove twenty three protesters from the front of the Senate chamber and then attempt to clear the area the Kansas highway patrol said their cases will be forwarded to the local district attorney for potential prosecution on criminal trespassing or disturbing the peace charges so main county authorities say an eighty four year old man died when his golf cart rolled on top of them south of gypsum this online opposed as Frederick Meyer was using the golf cart to get his mail Monday when it went into a ditch sheriff's lieutenant Jeremiah Hayes says mayor was thrown from the car which rolled on top of him he died at the scene partly sunny with a high near seventy today right now we have a sunny sky in sixty eight degrees ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS news I'm Steve Boyer.

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KNSS

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on KNSS

"And SS news I'm jet chambers an eighty four year old man died when his golf cart rolled on top of him after it went into a ditch that's according to Salim county authorities we get more from Kansas information networks Jim west Frederick Meyer died Monday in the accident in southeast allied county near gypsum the full line of post reported Meyer was driving his golf cart on his property to get his mail when it went into a ditch and overturn the lying county sheriff's lieutenant Jeremiah Hayes said Meyer was thrown from the golf cart which rolled on top of him Hayes said he died at the scene a passer by noticed the golf cart in the ditch and called Myers family who found him and notified authorities a rally for Medicaid expansion turned into a protest outside of the Senate chambers in Topeka on Tuesday afternoon protesters gathered to urge lawmakers to pass Medicaid expansion in the state Senate president Susan Wagle previously announced that she would not let any expansion bill onto the Senate floor for a vote until her value them both constitutional amendment on abortion rights was passed by the house protesters allege Weigle was holding health care for thousands of Kansans hostage they chanted expand Medicaid now outside of the chambers several protesters sat around and laid on the ground while others blocked the entrance to the chambers police officers asked protesters to leave when several refused the officers began exporting them out when asked if the protesters were going to be arrested an officer responded to that decision is still pending vandals in Wellington damaged more than a hundred tires on at least thirty five cars over the weekend KSN news spoke with Wellington police chief Tracy heath who call the tire slashing spree as of early this morning we were looking in that from a cost perspective of you know thirteen thousand dollars or more he says the number of cases in total cost a damage could rise he says many cars are still sitting on the side of the road throughout the city with flat tires a neck and neck race in Washington state's primary and it may be awhile before we know who the winner is here's fox's Jill NATO Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden or in a virtual tie in Washington state but the states conducting its primary in a new way with people mailing their Voeten dropping them off in a ballot box the state counts most of them on the day of the election but they're waiting on late arriving ballots will only update vote totals one today for now we know Sanders is leading Biden by a small margin but other candidates who dropped out of the race are still getting votes like senator Elizabeth Warren who pulled in over a hundred thousand.

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"lieutenant jeremiah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in northern california a wind driven wildfire is closing in on the oregon border at least one death is blamed on the fire that shut down interstate five overnight from jefferson public radio liam moriarty has more the west coast main highway reopened with escort vehicles guiding traffic through the fire zone as the klamath on fire grew the small california towns of hornbook and hilt both suffered damage and the siskiyou county sheriff's department reports one civilian was found dead the victim has not yet been identified lieutenant jeremiah larue says the fire continues to spread north winds have picked up last hour we'll get some strong gusts so it's a really driving that fire towards the oregon border while horn is mostly intact at least one neighborhood has been burned to the ground and an estimated four hundred people have been displaced california governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency in siskiyou county for npr news i'm leah moriarty and fires are burning in several other states in the west diplomats from iran and five world powers met in vienna today discussing the steps necessary to preserve the nuclear deal with tehran following the withdrawal of the us eu foreign policy chief frederico more greeny says the diplomats reaffirmed their commitment to the two thousand fifteen deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or jcp oa the participants recognised that in return for the implementation of its nuclearrelated commitments the lifting of sanctions including the economic dividends arising from it constitutes an essential part of the jcp away is meant to stop iran from developing nuclear weapons but president trump pulled the us out of the deal saying he felt it wasn't strong enough wall street higher by the closing bell the dow up ninety nine points the nasdaq gained one hundred one points in the s and p five hundred was up twenty three you're listening to npr news from washington this is wnyc i'm jamie floyd nypd says a detective who was shot this morning is expected to recover the officer was patrolling bed stuy when he spotted a man wanted for domestic violence the officer was chasing the suspect when he was shot in the right leg nypd commissioner james o'neill says the officer was taken to nearby king's county hospital where he is recovering about six thirty and he's more concerned about his two partners he was about himself his family updates with his wife and he's in great spirits the suspect is in custody and will be charged last week us supreme court decision allowing certain government workers to opt out of paying union dues is having an impact already wnyc's fred mogul reports about thirty one thousand state employees who aren't union members but who've long paid fees to unions to compensate them for collective bargaining in various work protections new york state's controller office which controls the state payroll says albany will stop deducting these fees from paychecks starting next week in antiunion group new choice new york launched what it's calling an educational campaign earlier this week that offers union members.

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