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"mannheim" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"They're going to stop providing battery. Health reports provided two bidders says the mannheim presidents with the batteries being the single most expensive. Bit of ev. Outta plug in hybrid. Of course as well when you purchase the call you want to get a little bit of reassurance on how good oh maybe how much battery has been charged on. Ac dc fast charging get a sense of the battery health as well even what type of battery inside what. What kind of warranty might be left with the manufacturer and actually the range and the capacity left side last year. There are one hundred and fourteen thousand eve as on mannheim's abortion books and that was a fraction of the five and a half million they handle last year eve as increasing the proportion of that though. And that's a great little move up towards also where i found that story in the show notes that you can read more and that's your podcast for that. I thank you for listening right question of the week. I'm going to read your answers on sunday show tomorrow. We'll do a week next week because we're going to get this one two weeks their own in it'll be on twenty fourth. Someday i read the answers out. What do you think about warranties and rather what do you think about used servicing. Do you wanna see a used car that you buy. Maybe auction like mannheim. We're talking about maybe privately always going back to a main data being serviced. Maybe third policy. Maybe no service at all you care. What about the warranty issue unused cost. Tell me about when buying a used car. If you haven't done it maybe you will do in the future. Do you care about the service history of that vehicle people flippantly say. Well you know. As have no moving parts they need servicing..
"mannheim" Discussed on The Moth
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"mannheim" Discussed on The Moth
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Fire Destroys Chicago Melrose Park Motel
"Good morning, guys. We are starting off our morning with some breaking news here. A hotel fire over in the Melrose Park area. Take a look at this video. This is just flames shooting through the roof. Of this motel this morning at the 2300 block of South Man high and we're told that there may be some problems putting out the fire is well because of the cold weather. So we're going to get more information on this, But you can see the top group their collapse at this point. So crews still on the scene fighting this fire. Mannheim Road is blocked off this morning for this at the O'Hare Kitchenette Motel. From Armitage. Toe Fullerton. So watch for that closure as you head out.
"mannheim" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Business with no snow? Oh, my Christmas with no, No, no stop. I'll soon be there with snow. I washed my hair with snow on with a spade of snow. I'll build a man that's made of slow. I'd love to stay up with you better recommend a little shut eye goes to sleep on three. Oh, Snow. No so It's Christmas trees and holiday lights coming up next here on the Mannheim steamroller American Christmas. Yeah. Most folks can't imagine Christmas without a decorated tree. And so it goes that there are more stories and legends about Christmas trees than perhaps any.
"mannheim" Discussed on Peter's Reiseblog und Tourismus Podcast
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"mannheim" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"From coast to coast this is Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas she if he's confronted with the question is the person we it's simple and straight for in yeah most don't have the key there is in and he's one on did not she is not a sandy's instantly recognized by every but the question remains who we see shape data this Kris kringle father Christmas and so for kids of all ages here is the real honest to goodness truth about say we begin in the ancient Greek empire the Greeks believed in a number of dogs but the most powerful was beside gonna this Greek sailors believes that Poseidon would send them calm seas good weather and the signature and on those sunny C. blown did the white caps waves in the distance what signs white horses Washington temples were built for him at the junior on December sixth a celebration was held to honor precise with the.
"mannheim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So glad that you've been able to take some time part of the special nationwide fifty of Mannheim steamroller sending all the best and warmest greetings to you and your family this this is an American Christmas coming up next want to stay with the kids ask the big question.
"mannheim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Ahead here on Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas they can the three the he the day this is Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas sometimes it's the smallest things that play the biggest roles once upon a time struggling cartoonist named Walt Disney inspired to do great things when a small mouse ran across his drawing we all know the story most don't know the story the father Joseph more and the Christmas my the door is a small mountain village in eastern by Christmas the eighteen eighteen father Joseph Morris churches the bellows the church for no music in the church this Christmas father Joseph broke the sad news to his congregation thank god created as well as men and women and perhaps god would provide a Christmas miracle it's Christmas day drew near despite his prayers it seemed to father Joseph for whatever gods own mysterious reasons the organ and the church by sunset on Christmas the snow it stopped in the winter skies cleared other Joseph received an urgent message last rites we needed for an elderly woman not live to see another Christmas as he walked home in the darkness father Joseph was troubled why would god take this woman on the night of Christmas Eve not understand her family's and why why would god allow monies to damage a musical instrument designed to praise the birth of his son on Christmas day father Joseph paused for a hand in the sun parts of the answer to in small pieces like a first perhaps it was better the old woman sleep on this night perhaps you're passing time to gift for her for her family no more suffering she would sleep in heavenly peace and father Joseph began to write his answer the words at first came slowly all in the form of a Christmas just a few hours before the midnight Christmas Eve all the Jews news for guitarist named Franz and in less than an hour they combine the words in a quiet music at the guitar and the open door of church was filled with music on Christmas Eve after all the song of course we Silent Night but I story cannot end here father Joseph had offered a prayer he asked for answers and many times answers to prayers come in a way that we least expect and at first can be difficult to understand gene is improbable events had been set into motion for bringing the guitar into the church father Joseph was transferred it would be transferred twelve times over the next eight years in the spring the organ was repaired and the organ builder sound the.
"mannheim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Now once again the founder of Mannheim steamroller here's chip Davis I'd be willing to bet that at the top of your Christmas tree there is either an angel or a star Christmas is an enduring symbol this holiday it just so happens that I love astronomy and like most amateurs and even professional astronomers there's one special question that crosses my mind every Christmas exactly what was that stark of Bethlehem and who were those wise men well the good news is that we have to manage I figured out in biblical times most of the people living in the near or Mideast believe that the stars influenced human behavior and they also believe that certain unusual Stollery finance announced the birth of people who would rise to greatness and so kings and rulers always needing good advice pointed learn it man wise men too well because then as now knowledge is power these so called wise men with the equivalent of today's professors and scientists he's been steady to world in nature they studied history and ancient manuscripts and some study the stars and there's more the loose Cass he says that these wise men lived in the okay east of where well it would have to be somewhere east of Israel and the most probable country east of Israel two thousand years ago would have been to Babylon and where ancient Babylon was then today is known as around the same Iraq where thousands of US servicemen and women are stationed well that seems to answer the question of who they were and why they were looking at the sky but what were they looking for what was the star of through the centuries all kinds of theories have popped up perhaps it was a gigantic stellar explosion of a very distant and dying star that's called a supernova perhaps it was a bright common the truth is we can never absolutely know for certain because the most important and basic piece to the puzzle is simply missing we don't know the exact year of the birth of the Christ child scholars believe that in using our current calendar it was probably in the year seven BC still no one knows for sure but we can come up with some very real and tantalizing possibilities we start by ruling out certain fearing comments are the first to go to each of civilizations comments were believed to foretell some coming disaster and if the star was a bad omen why would they go looking for next we can rule out a supernova HM Mysteron kept very accurate records when unusually fence occurred in the sky and a bright supernova would have been seen from all over the world and record show that the Chinese didn't see one at that time and neither did the Arabians nor the Romans north the creeks our choices are getting limited we have to wonder the star of Bethlehem have been a natural celestial event and this is an exciting possibility because the motion of the stars in the planets are so predictable that it's easy for astronomers to trace them back or forward in time nowadays we can use even an inexpensive computer astronomy program that runs on home computers and plots the nice guy for any date in the past or future and what we see echoes the theory that was proposed by a famous German astronomer Johannes Kepler long before computers in the year fifteen ninety nine Kapler speculated that the Christmas star wasn't really a star at all he believed that the so called star of Bethlehem was actually what's called a conjunction of three Confucian happens to be one two or more objects in the sky they can be stars or planets appear to us here on earth to be very close to one another and by hand calculating the movement of the planets backwards in time Kepler found that there had indeed been a conjunction of three of these brightest planets right around the time of the birth of Christ it wasn't just one can change it happened three separate times all within one year Mars Jupiter and Saturn through very close to each other on the nights of may twenty second October fifth in December first all right triple conjunctions are very rare you can bet that something like this would catch the attention of anyone who studied the night sky especially the manager so does this on the question of the star not quite there are many who believe that the star was a supernatural event of great religious significance for them no other explanation is necessary and perhaps after all is said and done not knowing the exact answer is part of the miracle of Christmas itself Andy and not knowing we are given the freedom to believe as we age and in this we are brought together United under the central message of Christmas itself peace on earth good will to us it's Mannheim steamroller's an American Chris and chip Davis to see we this and the we she this is Mannheim steamroller's an.
"mannheim" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"On Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas they can he is the three the thing the day this is Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas sometimes it's the smallest things that play the biggest roles once upon a time struggling cartoonist named Walt Disney inspired to do great things when a small mouse ran across his drawing we all know the story but most don't know the story the father Joseph more and the Christmas my all the doors is a small mountain village in eastern by Christmas scene eighteen the minus a father Joseph Morris churches the bellows the church fourteen no music in the church this Christmas father Joseph broke the sad news to his congregation he reminded that god created nice as well as men and women and perhaps god would provide a Christmas miracle it's Christmas day drew near despite his prayers it seemed to father Joseph for whatever gods own mysterious reasons the organ and the church the sign by sunset on Christmas the snow it stopped in the winter skies cleared father Joseph received an urgent message last rites we needed for an elderly woman not live to see another Christmas as he walked home in the darkness father Joseph was troubled why would god take this woman on the night of Christmas Eve not understand her family's and why why would god allow monies to damage a musical instrument designed to praise the birth of his son on Christmas day father Joseph paused and in the sun parts of the answer to in small pieces like a furnace perhaps it was better the old woman sleep on this night perhaps a passing kind gift for her for her family no more suffering she would sleep in heavenly peace and father Joseph began to write his answer the words at first came slowly all in the form of a Christmas just a few hours before the midnight Christmas Eve all the Jews is brought into this for a guitarist named Franz and in less than an hour they combine the words in a quiet music at the guitar and the open door church was filled with music on Christmas Eve after all this soon course we sign nine but I story cannot in here father Joseph had offered a prayer he asked for answers and many times answers to prayers come in a way that we least expect and at first can be difficult to understand but sheen of improbable events had been set into motion for bringing the guitar into the church father Joseph was transferred he would be transferred twelve times over the next eight years in the spring the organ was repaired and the organ builder found the notes to both fronts Gruber's music and father.
"mannheim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Together welcome to Mannheim steamroller's an American it seems that each Christmas day to do scenes often make news because someone objects to the replacement the word comes to us from the lack when used in conjunction with Christmas the word implies not only the first but the literal account of the story of his birth as described in the gospels of Matthew today in America the word usually brings to mind a timeless of the birth in a manger complete with angels shepherds sheep three wise men key and of course the Holy Family while across the United States the Christmas trees the principal symbol of this holiday in much of Europe Erica this most important symbolic position is claimed by Tiffany scenes all size they are perhaps the earliest symbols of Christmas dating back past the fourth century but the real popularity is the way to the scenes we know today is best attributed to Saint Francis of Assisi can you speak most of his life missionary to the France is believed to fully understand its meaning all people should hear the gospel in their own language Germans were most often delivered in the language of the people rather than in Latin it was this idea Lucy in France in the year twelve twenty three to recreate the manger stable scene in a cave near Greco into using live animals in real people the stark realism that he brought to the story of the first Christmas soon profoundly impressed then he literally no to the to the recreation spread throughout all the by the early seventeen hundreds most families even had small negativity scenes made would still figures in front of their homes today the beautiful story of the first most often recreated in small in homes across America many families handed down from generation to generation but manufacturers report that the demand for the small table top finely crafted negativity sets has never been higher so even as a controversy erupted here about we're in the to the scenes can be placed in the Christmas nativity scene is very much alive tonight in homes all across America sure the Christmas nativity part.
"mannheim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Ahead here on Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas they can the three the he a day this is Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas sometimes it's the smallest of things that play the biggest roles once upon a time struggling cartoonist named Walt Disney inspired to do great things when a small mouse ran across his drawing we all know the story most don't know the story the father Joseph more and the Christmas my indoor the door is a small mountain village in eastern Germany by Christmas the eighteen eighteen father Joseph Morris churches the bellows the church organ no music in the church this Christmas father Joseph broke the sad news to his congregation a reminder that god created as well as men and women and perhaps god would provide a Christmas miracle as Christmas day drew near despite his prayers it seemed to father Joseph for whatever gods own mysterious reasons the organ and the church the sign by sunset on Christmas the snow it stopped in the winter skies cleared the Joseph received an urgent message last rites we needed for an elderly woman would not live to see another Christmas as he walked home in the darkness father Joseph was troubled why would god take this woman on the night of Christmas Eve not understand her family's and why why would god.
"mannheim" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This is Mannheim steamroller's an American Christmas sometimes it's the smallest of things that play the biggest roles in our lives once upon a time struggling cartoonist named Walt Disney is inspired to do great things a small mouse ran across his drawing we all know the story but most don't know the story the father Joseph more and the Christmas mice all the doors is a small mountain village in eastern by Christmas scene eighteen the minus father Joseph Morris churches Ste the bellows of the church organ no music in the church this Christmas father Joseph broke the sad news to his time he reminded that god created monies as well as men and women and perhaps god would provide a Christmas miracle as Christmas day drew near despite his prayers it seemed to father Joseph for whatever gods own mysterious reasons the organ and the church with the sign by sunset on Christmas the snow it stopped in the winter skies cleared father Joseph received an urgent message last rites were needed for an elderly woman not live to see another Christmas as he walked home in the darkness father Joseph was troubled why would god take this woman on the night of Christmas he did not understand her family's and why why would god allow monies to damage a musical instrument designed to freeze the birth of his son on Christmas day father Joseph paused in the sign parts of the answer to in small pieces like a furnace as soon perhaps it was the old woman sleep on this night perhaps you're passing time to gift for her for her family or suffering she would sleep in heavenly peace and father Joseph began to write his answer the words at first came slowly all in the form of a Christmas just a few hours before the midnight Christmas Eve father Joseph brought to this for a guitarist named Franz and in less than an hour they combine the words quiet music at the guitar and the open door church was filled with music on Christmas Eve after all the song of course we sign nine but I story cannot him here father Joseph had offered he asked for answers and many times answers to prayers come in a way that we least expect and at first can be difficult to understand the chain of improbable events had been set into motion for bringing the guitar into the church father Joseph was transferred he would be transferred twelve times over the next eight years in the spring the organ was repaired and the organ builder found the notes to both fronts Gruber's music and father Joseph Morris Christmas he was impressed with the simplicity of the.
"mannheim" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is no comparison about that I think I would be okay with cell phone calls how bout you three one two nine eight one seven two hundred when we come back from the traffic and weather here's Jordan handy in right now it is our fifty degrees in Chicago and the temperature falling a little bit but the low tonight thirty seven degrees and we should see fifty three degree temperatures tomorrow forty eight on Christmas day so definitely good news there on the roads right now we have a regular service on the C. T. A. and so there's some delays if you're traveling at the Clark in lake stopped due to sync signal problems cost you about seven to ten minutes on the Edens right now there is stop and go traffic from lake cook the Montrose twenty six minutes on the Eisenhower inbound between Mannheim road and Harlem we're looking at about ten minutes to lay on the old post office demand hive heavy traffic fifty eight minutes to route three ninety it's an hour and eleven minutes on the Stevenson and lake shore drive in the tri state fifty six died three fifty five it's an hour and thirteen minutes on the Kennedy downtown to Montrose thirty eight minutes to Herrick fifty nine in the express lanes considerably better thirty one minutes also here to downtown forty eight from Montrose it is thirty minutes on Jordan burn field from the I. dot traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death I think I would rather have cell phones on airplanes Jordan than I would in cars you know what I I think that I agree with you I think the cell phone.
"mannheim" Discussed on Ghostly
The Exorcist (Roland Doe / Robbie Mannheim / Ronald Hunkeler)
"This is frank he is a listener from Canada yeah and he's he's always north of the wall he's always been super supportive of ghostly and he actually sent us these stories quite a while ago so I feel bad it's taken us a while to get to this point so he's a good guy yeah so please send us your story as were were really getting into this now and we're we need more stories so send him in we're we're excited to read read them online info at ghostly podcast dot Com okay so he actually wrote in with a couple of ghost stories that his brother shared with him okay so again doesn't even have to be your story could be one that you know someone close to you as told you okay. My brother lives in Montreal Quebec Canada which is where my family's Bromo original lay I don't you sound like it right now and I I can't do a Frenchaccent Quebec accent sounds like but my family is French Nadya anyways where there are many beautiful older buildings he says in Quebec yes okay so this is his brother his roommate disposal roommate is a fellow skeptics such as myself so Franks's skeptic when it comes to supernatural his roommate had just gone through a successful treatment for Throat Cancer Yay we love survivor. We love survivors will we love everyone but but we really really low AH yes they had to remove any strong Cologne and perfumes from their place because his rem has roommates hypersensitivity towards sentences the time after going through chemotherapy so I can stop you for one second I thought you were GonNa say Colon and I was like lady throat cancer Olivet now Cologne their apartment was in a townhouse structure often referred to AS Roma housing we call them row houses in Chicago so that makes sense and on calm anything okay houses there the units had been converted into separate departments my brothers being located in the first floor the parlor at the front was convert so not the French room the parlor at the Franken Fund was converted to a bedroom and beside it was the old all dining room where which was also converted into a second bedroom and had a long narrow hallway running the length of the apartment and ending in their kitchen beside the kitchen was there living room where they did most of their entertaining my brother's roommate had a full length mirror which is placing I diagnose so it reflected his room and the front hallway he was in the is this getting ready to go out for the evening when he saw someone enter the apartment and walked down the hall it was common for them to invite friends over and go out with them afterwards so he wasn't sure who it was and went out into the hallway to introduce himself there was a strong sense of man's Cologne this colon no Cologne this let him because everyone knew not to bring strong sense into the apartment he went down the hall and into the kitchen to confront this individual my brother was in the kitchen and had no idea what or whom he was upset with there was no one else in the apartment and the front door was locked when they went to investigate there were there there was however a fading scent of Cologne in the hallway. Wow I mean that's kind of crazy SM- smells are the big thing when it comes to ghost and everything noticed and smells can take you back to a time like there was this one diner I wanted to and I smelt the Syrup that they had and it reminded me of a place that my dad used to take me when I was a kid instantly took me back to that moment wow smells are sometimes even more distinct than site yeah oh absolutely yeah we have a scent memory for sure absolutely so we'd love to hear yours aqui stories and if you have any email them to info at ghostly podcast dot com and we might read them on the air like we read Franks absolutely we loved them superfund so this would typically be our poll section but since we haven't done our exercise and debate yet which will be happening next week next week we did not have a Paul but one will be coming after our next episode which is the debate about exes we really are interested to find out on how many of you believe that exercises are real at next week's going to be superfund and it's it's GonNa it's coming out almost Halloween yeah I'm actually can service about next week I don't know what's GonNa Happen I don't know either I keep I keep thinking I have the answer but then I go back and I change it yeah it's it's really I'm not sure I'm looking up a lot of spooky staff it's it's going to be good there is a big difference in how I feel after last week to this week it is almost our anniversary one year one year ghostly yeah that's crazy never missed an episode yeah no in fact came out with more I right so this is usually where rebecca would tell us the ghost story uh-huh story is pretty much the movie though right kind of I mean so you kind of brought up a good point what I was trying to put together information for this because you know we're talking about some people call them demons that's true so you know it kind of goes together but it's it's a little different so we thought since really most of the episodes going to focus on the real story behind the exorcist because that's I think the the one less known I thought I spend a little time telling you the ghost story of the movie all right that's here so there's three things I want to talk about one is that the entire set for the home the macneil home caught fire and burned down a few weeks after they started filming and it delayed filming by six weeks but interesting how to surf but even still it was like how did that happen but what was weird was that Reagan's bedroom not touch it
"mannheim" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"mannheim" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Splitting door Carinthian a- play of Mannheim steamroller Christmas. But CW McCall became a big big star convoy was went to number one on both the pop charts and the country chart. See UP entry goes to great lengths to tell me. He is not a one hit wonder, which you really only see on one. He had a second single Pieta. Did you know he had a pirate themed follow nautical follow up called around the world with the rubber duck. No, I guess he won up his trucking single to have a maritime theme that he Optimus prime has truck and then turn it into a boat house across the ocean. But apparently Rubberduck winds up in England, Germany, Russia and Japan. So well, so convoy did inspire the movie convoy starring Kris Kristofferson, but that was what's your favorite movie inspired by a song? I like the Centerville love potion number nine. There's something about what was the one. That was they couldn't use Mary. There's something about Gary. What was that that that movie in the nineties? No, not something about Mary was along comes Polly was because the association wouldn't let them use along comes Mary. Yeah. They couldn't use along comes Mary. I don't know why. But I hated that title. I never saw the movie along comes Polly. What a dumb thing like we're in an age now where these optioning battleship that apps upstream boardgames, she uses ache my battleship, but don't don't done. The ring the ring of into massive movies. But we don't have a lot of song inspired movies anymore war prevented PTA and yellow submarine. And that was about it. I guess right. Harper valley PTA came out of that song. Right. Not the other way around always songs that are stories narrative Alice's restaurant and the number nine is about a guy who goes down to Madame Roux. Hey, this writes it self who who can we get to be the gypsy? Maybe lean Kazan it made sense to have Kris Kristofferson be the trucker. He's born to play that role. And he's perfect. But although there had been some trucker movies or truck movies before convoy like, for instance, Steven Spielberg's first movie dual where the truck is driven anti-trucking moving. We're supposed to be cheering for Dennis. We were the car driver. Well, it's an anonymous like bad truck driver. It's almost like he's not even a trucker like you're scared of the truck, you know, like the trucker at truckers just one organism right separate them. But it is. It is the truck is an outlaw in that city. Through care about your rules. The trucker, oh, I'm sorry. I didn't even explain that in nineteen seventy three as a result of this energy crisis. And these restrictions truckers went on strike. And there was a nationwide strike of truckers refusing to deliver their goods and services that basically paralyzed whole sections of the American I'm gonna say mostly goods. Truckers were mostly limited to what they do in spos- truckstop restrooms, and we'll be okay. Without that suppose. You're right. Although yeah, right. A lot of people in service industries that relied on goods and services good. We're now no longer able to provide their services, it's a slippery slope. You start to mess up the goods and pretty soon services go to so for instance, the whole like slaughterhouse industry came to a standstill because nobody was moving trucks thousand pigs. They know pigs could die the auto industry like temporarily laid off thousands of people because parts couldn't be transported to make new car has on the idea of truckers flexing their power and no food moved around the country. So suddenly, grocery stores were similarly restricted in. What truckers wanted was to bring the country to its knees? Well, and to bring the price of gas down they wanted an artificial reduction in they did. Gas to be a commodity on the open market they wanted to restrict its price. And what the Teamsters were able to do was at of six percent gas surcharge to the price of delivery, independent. Truckers weren't quite able to to do. That's how it should've worked. Right. The Turkish shouldn't have been eating that. Right. And that crisis was resolved for the most part. But there were a lot of independent truckers and a lot of truckers in June trucker culture from that point forward became rebellious. Because they understood that they were no longer just romantic they now needed to fight for themselves..
Dow jumps about 300 points at the open, boosted by Walmart and Cisco stocks
"The Dow jumped, about three, hundred, points at the open boosted, by WalMart and Cisco stocks WalMart earnings topped expectations the US commerce. E commerce commerce giant saw the online sales especially. In the first and second quarter jumped by about forty percent the Dow is up. Three hundred points right now the NASDAQ is up about forty three and the? S&p is up
Amazon and Whole Foods launch curbside program
"Amazon known for bringing items to shopper's is adding a curbside pickup option at whole foods for prime. Members shoppers will be able to order groceries on the prime, now app and parking reserve spaces for workers to place the items in their. Car the whole food service will start today in, Sacramento, California and Virginia, Beach. Virginia it will expand to more. Cities later this year orders have thirty five dollars and. Up we'll be free if pickup is in an.
WGN, Trump and CNBC discussed on Steve Cochran
"Your money on WGN just about, an hour now before the opening bell. Futures are off nearly one hundred points on the Dow and the NASDAQ futures have been sliding as well this morning after President Trump told CNBC during an interview that. He is all in for putting tariffs on all five hundred billion dollars worth of goods imported from China into the United States Microsoft, stock three percent higher. This, morning in the pre-market after it earned, unadjusted one dollar thirteen cents per share for. Its latest quarter beating estimates by, five cents revenue also top Wall Street forecasts company gave an upbeat current quarter forecast as well as it continues to grow its. Cloud computing business now WGN traffic with Maryville now backups, on the Edens. Up on Kennedy still about thirty eight minutes to the airport forty two coming. In from O'Hare thirty. Three and. The locals expressed the twenty eight in, bike? Is, fifty. Six from fifty three and about thirty four for Mannheim forty outbound to fifty three up on side of fifty five accent Kasa now cleared it's about thirty four to the tri-state but. At forty six out to three fifty five coming in about thirty eight minutes from the tri-state the inbound Ryan twenty two from ninety fifth no backups, Bishop Ford fifty seven tollways are in. Good shape and lakeshore drive some minor delays in Belmont watch for an accident Niles at Howard in Waukegan for a person is traffic on demand get the traffic Chicago. App approved by the reverse mortgage loan experts team hochburg just search t. r. a. f. f. I x..
Stock futures in negative after five-month highs
"WGN stock futures, are now, in the negative heading to the. Opening bell in about an? Hour and fifteen minutes, Dow futures off about ten points NASDAQ futures off about. Fourteen points the Dow up for four straight sessions and eleven out of the? Past thirteen trading days the p. coming off its highest close in February first NASDAQ chalked. Up another record high close mung the earnings out today abbot laboratories revenues at seven point seven million dollars and? That is up about seventeen percent in the second, quarter net income seven hundred eighteen million dollars. And its guidance for the year is looking positive as well now WGN traffic here is Mary. Vandevelde and. Traffic sponsored by the Illinois department of. Transportation the inbound Edens about twenty six from lake cook road on the earlier accident. At Jackson. Has been cleared it's about thirty two minutes out to the airport. Twelve to the Edens inbound forty two from O'Hare eighteen Locals thirteen express immunized. Hours and our from fifty three in. About forty four for Mannheim our also outbound to fifty three bound side of the Stevenson at State Street right. Lane blocked with an accident inbound forty six from the tri-state our five from three fifty five inbound Ryan thirty eight minutes from. Ninety five to downtown still recovering. From that up on Kennedy Jackson, accident the Bishop Ford at one hundred thirty slow.
Fbi, Bishop Ford and Buffalo Grove discussed on Steve Cochran
"Power make your money on wgn futures are higher this morning after the major averages wiped out deficit yesterday that had been in place most of the day to finish the day higher the dow s and p five hundred nasdaq all have three day win streaks and have risen in four of the past five trading sessions dow futures this morning are up one hundred and forty points nasdaq and s and p futures are higher as well facebook shares about a percent lower after news broke yesterday it was facing a broadened probe of its sharing of data with cambridge analytica in addition the sec has started an investigation into the social network's public statements about cambridge analytica the fbi among the agencies joining the investigation with the justice department now wgn traffic with very just looking pretty good so far this morning on the edens especially the app on side of the kennedy twenty six minutes out to the airport inbound is fine troubles though in the two ninety extension inbound before eighty three and accident is off to the side car ran into a pole the right lane was blocked with equipment is slow from thorndale to eighty three there's heavy delays up on his well all the way out to fifty three it's about an hour out to fifty three forty two coming in and twentyeight from mannheim inbound side of the stevenson forty from the tristate the inbound ryan twenty two from ninety fifth bishop ford and fifty seven or not too bad toll as snow troubled spots to report but lakeshore drive northbound at belbow accident in the right lane and other in buffalo grove at lake cook road and fifty three for personalized traffic on demand get the traffic chicago app approved by the mortgage experts team hochburg just search t r a f f i x chicago mayor van baal wgn traffic central partly.
Simone Eisenhower, Cleveland and Sox discussed on Forum
"Wall street tesla shares right now are up about three percents and that's more to do with elon musk vying about seventy two buying back about seventy two thousand shares or twenty five million dollars through a series of purchases that occurred on the twelfth and the thirteenth holds about three three million shares making him by far the largest investor individual shareholder and tesla also headlines his boring company has won a bid to build that high speed express train to chicago's o'hare international which is going to be announced to later on today officially overall on wall street it's a mixed bag with the dow down about twenty three points five hundred is up seven the nasdaq hit a record high today on the strength of the media stocks and tech stocks jumping onto deal going on the comcast bid apparently in the works to buy the or attempted to buy the fox conglomerate on the tricky commodities let's begin on lasalle l street with the chicago board of trade where it does moderated a little but the bloodbath you send us their with wheat down ten cents a bushel five or six beans are down about seven cents at nine twenty nine and corn is down eight cents social i three sixty eight goals trading about six and a half dollars higher per ounce at thirteen o seven and crude oil is now up a penny sixty six sixty five and that's your money on seven twenty wgn wgn sports the white sox hosts cleveland today on the south side the pregame twelve thirty five first pitch at one ten you can hear that game right here on seven twenty wgn also world cup soccer play is underway russia is up over saudi arabia three nil wgn traffic mary vanderbilt sponsored by arlington international racecourse the edens looks good in both directions inbound side of the kennedy is at about thirty four now from o'hare twenty from the edens of only thirty minutes to the airport simone eisenhower forty two from fifty three mannheim thirty abundantly clear inbound stevenson twenty four from the.
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"Sponsored by cme group dotcom oil prices closed above seventy dollars a barrel oil futures remain above seventy a barrel in premarket trading mixed closing numbers today in asia higher trading so far this morning in europe a us futures pointing to modest opening gains on wall street wgn traffic and mary van pelt and edens looking good in both directions outbound outside of the kennedys up to half hour to o'hare and inbound twenty two minutes from the airport about eisenhower forty five from fifty three thirty two from mannheim heavy delays from mannheim into about harlem now inbound stevenson forty eight from.
Wgn, Us and China China discussed on
"Your money on wgn global stock markets are lower this morning as investors watched the outcome of trade talks between the us and china china's state media says big differences remain on some matters even after officials from the two countries agreed that they would set up a mechanism to continue working through an escalating dispute futures are pointing toward a lacklustre start on wall street dow futures are forty three points right now nasdaq futures down about fourteen points the dollar fell against the yen and strengthened against the euro and we'll see the jobs report for april coming out a little bit later on this morning at seven thirty job seekers likely enjoyed another good april another good month after slugging through soso march the jobs report expected to show about one hundred ninety thousand jobs created last month course we'll be watching again the jobs report for a wage growth which has been lacklustre over the last several months and that is your money not too bad on the area roadways as that edens inbound about twenty two minutes from lake cook road inbound kennedy thirty six from o'hare eighteen from the edens inbound eisenhower's an hour ten from fifty three and from mannheim about forty five minutes now with an accident i mixed in the right lane watch for that twenty four hours to mannheim outbound stevenson before us fifty two two left lanes blocked with an accident inbound about fifty two from the tristate and an hour from three fifty five inbound ryan twenty from ninety fifth bishop ford's okay fiftyseven jammed from about one hundred and thirtieth and lake shore drive is building into belbow for personalized traffic on demand get the traffix chicago app approved by team hockberg at perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago mayor vanderbilt wgn traffic.