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"matteo cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 d ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here's WCBS is Sean Adams Corona virus is creeping back into parts of Rockland County. The infection rate is now close to 3%. And it is primarily driven by cases in two zip codes in Muncie and Spring Valley. Rockland County Executive Ed Day says rabbis and community leaders in Rockland Orthodox Jewish community are urging people to take precautions during the high holy days. We're redoubling our efforts there. To get the word out. We certainly expect to see an object with a critical pieces at the uptick in temporary. The county continues its educational campaign, stressing distance and good hygiene and multiple agencies are distributing free mass and here in Massachusetts state health officials reporting 26 more deaths and 569 new cases of Corona virus. Over the latest 24 hour period. The seven day average of positive test does stay below 1%. It is right now at 8/10 off 1%. Overall, the state has recorded 125,000 positive cases, 9085. Have died. The man whose death while in police custody on Memorial Day sparked nationwide protest being honored. A stretch of a Minneapolis ST that includes the place where George Floyd was killed, will soon be named in his honor. The two blocks along Chicago Avenue will be called George Perry Floyd Jr Place has approved by the City Council. The intersection is currently closed off and now holds a memorial. Floyd died back in May after a white police officer pressed his knee against his neck after he said he couldn't breathe The incidents. Nationwide protests for racial Justice. Lisa Matteo CBS News the Texas coast Bracing for a tropical storm beta, the storm could strengthen into a hurricane before making landfall. Somewhere near Galveston, where voluntary evacuation.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 2 d ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Excess product. Lisa Matteo CBS News At 8 55. It's money news on K Y W Here's Bloomberg's Nathan Hager. It's been a couple decades since online shopping disrupted retail. Now e commerce may be due for its own disruption. Here we go. Anybody can download this top shot live, and if you have things that you want to sell, you don't need me. You can do this from your own home Talk Shop live is just one platform where celebrities like Jenna Dewan and Howie Mandel and small businesses can sell things through streaming video. It's very much like online version of Cuba's to your home shopping network. Bloomberg retail reporter Matt Townsend, quick on the alert. You go to a live stream, and there's a couple women in a modeling shirt and belts and shoes you want to buy. Something just happened. But the research firm course site says Livestream shopping generated $60 billion in global sales last year, and that could double this year. Townsend says. The pandemic, maybe accelerating the trend. People are used to seeing people in her home environment more than ever now, because of zoom and all the work from home seeing someone selling something from The kitchen or the living room. It's just kind of the way the world is going with money news from Bloomberg on K Y W I'm Nathan Hager. We'll have the latest on the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg coming up on K Y W News radio. It's 8:56 P.m. ht ht to Philadelphia fans Don't Mrs B two fighting Siri's medical card productions..

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Matteo CBS News, Southern California's only 24 hour local news and Traffic station, K Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio. Good afternoon. I'm Nathan Roberts. Our top local stories in 105. It's a hot time and summer in the city, and people are finding creative ways to try to beat this heat. First, it's traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Maddy Pacheco. Well, let's begin in Los Alamitos, four or five north at Seal Beach Boulevard, five car pile up one of the vehicles, cutting off the other cars and slamming into the center divider. As you might expect. There will be delays as you approach Devil's Canyon Forest Service reporting a fire on both sides of highway 39. This is near Azusa, and it's also near the cog. Well, damn Both sides of highway 39 shutdown at West Fourth Bridge officers on the scene, turning vehicles around and back down the highway downtown 1 10 north, approaching the one a one a hit and run the victim's car in the Middle lane. It's a sluggish drive from Sixth Street, East L. A 10 west of Freemont. We had a car that clipped a tanker truck took off. And then driving erratically ended up between the 10 7 10 split, slamming into the curb driver jumping out the vehicle running off the freeway and the police are in pursuit. You can expect the slowdown from Fremont from all of this activity West l, A four or five North before national, a two car wreck. They are in lanes and the delays begin at Culver. Our next report is at 1 15. My many project with Mohr. Traffic reports more often. Next 10 70 news radio. It is another day of dangerously high heat, and we have in depth team coverage, starting with meteorologist Jeff Morrow, the Weather Channel strong high pressure and weak offshore flow. Bringing on those sweltering record high temps interior. Ella.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Month Lease. Matteo CBS News one thing missing this Labour Day weekend big blowout sales on new cars and trucks that story after traffic and weather on the ace. Company. WK news time 9 38. Let's see what's happening on the roads with those cars and trucks that are there. Here's Marty. And there's money out there, either. But what's happening now that we see what we're seeing under, typically GM kids we've gotta crash now on the left shoulder. No fun. I threw 75 at eight mile road, It is omitted in light, very light traffic violence. Early Sunday morning in a holiday Sunday morning at that, other than that, we're looking good on the roadways. We do have a lot of that construction that has just been suspended. Postponed for the weekend. But we're going to find some orange barrels up. Still in Mineral County on I 75 in both directions, where between the Ohio State line and Eery Road Just one lane is closed there through the first of October. Ramon Elliot Bridge at I 94 is closed to November and also the North and south on Mount Elliot ramps to eastbound. I 94 close through the 30th of this month and the East and westbound I 94 ramps to Mount Elliot. Those air closed through November coming up in just a couple months already and you know you can become a W W J ways. Er, don't let the Waze app when you do join the W W J Ways team. In the 24 hour Traffic center. I'm Marty. But Fellini W W J NEWS radio 9 50 taking us to the W W. J Anke Weather forecast with a meteorologist Brian Thompson. Well, it will turn out mostly cloudy as we head through the day. Today, there will be a shower or thunderstorm in spots, especially as we head.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on WTOP

"Racism. Led to Daniel Proves death. Also in New York. 200 students at Syracuse University have been cleared from quarantine after Cove in 19 was found in the dorms. Wastewater. Wst M TV reporter Olivia Dance. Syracuse University believes the covert 19 detected in the waste water was from a previously identified case and says The waste water monitoring will continue as the university responds with the best science available. President Trump kept tweeting last night about a magazine article he says is untrue. CBS's Stephen Portnoy president continues to deny that he called America's War dead suckers and losers that even as a number of news organizations have confirmed the report in the Atlantic. Mr. Trump was asked if his former chief of staff might have been one of reporter Jeffrey Goldberg's four sources could have been a guy like a John Kelly president, said Kelly, a retired general and father. A fallen Marine was unable to handle the pressure of the job. The Labor Day weekend has brought a heat wave to parts of the West CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson on the beach in San Diego. It will be 100 degrees. That beats the old record by three degrees, but it's not just California. That's seen the Heat. Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. All breaking records drivers will be getting to the beach this weekend on cheaper Gas gas buddy analysts Patrick Don the lowest Labor Day holiday weekend gas prices that we've seen since 2000 for a lot of that, of course, Judah Corona virus, which has curbed gasoline demand. A white professor who pretended to be black for years is out for the semester. CBS's Lisa Matteo George Washington University, says the professor who lied about her race will not be teaching this fall. Jessica Krug came under fire after revealing on the block that she wasn't black. But in fact, white and Jewish, Krug teaches black history of the college and is the author. Er of several books on African American history, University officials say they're reviewing the situation and we'll come up with alternatives for students enrolled in her class. Lisa Matteo CBS News This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O PR..

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on WWL

"Little treat for him for sure is long. So I'm staying like distance and I'm not like catching the current amount. Young indoor movie theatres are allowed to seat up to 50% capacity or 100 people per auditorium, whichever is less. That's important because social distancing procedures must be in place. Robert Matty says That's the only way he'll visit a theater. Now. Restriction, I think is 100 people. I think that's reasonable in a movie theater, I think, provided that you can stay 6 ft apart. Fine with it as long as there's regulation, making sure the place is clean. She pretended to be black for years. Now White College professor is out for the semester. George Washington University, says the professor who lied about her race will not be teaching this fall. Jessica Krug came under fire after revealing on the block that she wasn't black. But in fact white and Jewish, Krug teaches black history at the college and is the author of several books on African American History. University officials say they're reviewing the situation and we'll come up with alternatives for students enrolled in her class. Lisa Matteo CBS News Scuffles tonight in Rochester, New York. Many police protesters and police. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Hello. I'm Jose heard at this and I have been using a wheelchair since my exited in 1995. My name is Andrea del Zone and I've been using the wheelchair since I was five years old. I guess if I had one message for the general public It would be that I appreciate your help, but please ask first. Yeah, A lot of people don't realize that I've actually got everything under control. I think people get nervous. They don't know how to act. So they pretend I'm not. There will probably bothers me the most is when waiters talk to my companion and not directly to me. I think everyone with a disability can relate to that parking spot problem. We know you're just fighting that say was.

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Jacob Blake makes court appearance from hospital bed

Dave Ramsey

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jacob Blake makes court appearance from hospital bed

"Blake, still recovering from being shot by police in Wisconsin, made his first court appearance from the hospital bed. CBS's Lisa Matteo, dressed in a shirt and tie, Jacob Blake, the man who was shot seven times in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, addressed a judge from the Milwaukee hospital where he remains paralyzed from the waist down. You understand everything I've just explained to you question you about her discussed with you so far. It's his first court appearance from a previous domestic abuse charge. Blake waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He pleaded not guilty to three charges filed against him back in July. Lisa Matteo CBS News

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Like you're the only one to have to talk during the pandemic hit up a stranger, CBS's Debra Rodriguez explain experts at Harvard say striking up conversations with your local barista. A bus driver or a person in line at the grocery store can contribute to your happiness and sense of belonging. Sociology professor Mario Louise Small says The loss of many everyday encounters robs us of opportunities to vent, confide, brainstorm and talk about things we think are important that he points out can take a toll on emotional health and Professional productivity. Those brief encounters and informal connections offer a way to be seen heard and appreciated. While we're isolated during the pandemic, Debra Rodriguez, CBS News and Ohio woodworker is getting attention for creating a bar for squirrels. The Nutty Bar has seven types of nuts named after beers. It took Michael Don't go eight hours to design and build it. He posted it on YouTube. And now everybody wants. One. Lisa Matteo, CBS NEWS, Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station. K Index, 10 70 News radio. Good afternoon. I'm Nathan Roberts. Top local stories of 205. A man is hospitalized. He was shot while driving along the 2 10 Freeway. And California has a new plan to re open first, though it's traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Tim Greenwood. The sig alert continues. They have rescheduled it for another hour Now in Glendale, 1 34 eastbound at Harvey Drive, two right lanes blocked. Because of a fire off the side of the road. The water dropping helicopters air coming in and traffic is jammed into that intersection from all four directions eastbound on the 1 34 things. They're jammed back to Glendale Avenue South bound on the two things are chained from Carey Chase and Camino San Rafael is a good place to exit if you want to get out of there. And North bound on the two things they're jam back before Colorado Boulevard. Another great place to exit to get past this if you can. Also working right now for a five north bound in Torrance. In our teacher, we've got the bumper cleared from lanes and the highway Patrol is through assisting their heavy east and slow out of downtown south bound 17 at quitting or the off ramp is closed. It's jam back to the 60 because of that other traffic going into east l A is a pretty well behaved the five North bound slow and go from the 7 10 west on the 60. Has slowing across South El Monte into Monterey Park eastbound on the 60 trying to get away from downtown. There's a new problem now at Florence just before the 7 10 and you will immediately find slowing as soon as you clear the East L. A interchange Next traffic reported to 15. I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 NewsRadio sunny weather today and again tomorrow After the usual low clouds and fog, Bernoff temperature's going to remain pretty much the same from both days mid seventies. For the highs and the beaches mid.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Lisa Matteo CBS NEWS Coca Cola is offering voluntary buyouts toe for 1000. People in an other companies that cater to social events have had a rough time during the pandemic. Half of Coca Cola sales come from stadiums and movie theaters and other places where people gather in large numbers. I'm CAMI McCormick, CBS for 05 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. Typical summer day today, Fog of the Coast nights and mornings with little clearing in the afternoon, but sunshine Everywhere else and slightly warmer. A little breezy today I'm John Evans. Hundreds of protesters march the streets of San Jose in Oakland last night. Organizers say the marches were in protest of the shooting last Sunday of Jacob Lake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Protesters demonstrated near San Pedro Square in San Jose and in downtown Oakland. In fact, the OPD said, more than a dozen arrests were made for various crimes that included assault on an officer and shining a laser at police. Hundreds of protesters marched the streets. Onda organized You say that those marches will probably likely continue tonight. Well. Governor Newsome is overhauling California's system for deciding when counties can re open during the pandemic. KCBS political reporter dug Sovereign says that there is a new color coded chart, and this time the state will be more in control than the county's No more state Watch list. No more counties attesting they've met a long list of metrics. Now It's a four tier system based on just two main factors. Number of cases per 100,000 people and the test positivity radio, four tiers, four colors, Those tears attached to specific Capacity within sectors where those sectors can open up with modifications. Governor Newsome unveiling the color coded framework 87% of Californians live in counties that are purple, meaning the virus is widespread. 12% live in red areas very few and orange or yellow, a county must remain in its tear for three full weeks with updates every Tuesday. Before moving to a lower tier if it meets the criteria for that, for at least 14 days to guard against another cove in 19 surge from counties reopening too soon, we're going to be more stubborn this time and have a mandatory wait time between moves. We didn't do that last time Hair salons, Khun Reopen statewide starting Monday Button, Individual county can still decide to keep them closed. Schools can't reopen in person until their county is in the red tear or better for at least two weeks. You can find an interactive map with all of this on the state's website Cove in 19 dot see a dot gov. Doug Sovereign KCBS Bay area Mass transit systems continue to suffer under the weight of the pandemic, and Melissa Cora says that our fairy fleets are no exception. We are moving around a little more, but mostly by card appears Paolo Consulate. Schwartz is with the Golden Gate Bridge and Transit District while we've seen traffic on the bridge. Sounds back to about two thirds of what it was pre Cove it and bus ridership has rebounded to about 20%. Very ridership remain low at about 3% of normal. The San Francisco Bay Fairy has seen a similar drop in ridership. Spokesman Thomas Hall says the numbers ticked up a little bit in May in June, but have leveled off typically would be a lot of writers this time of year. Using those Russell. Vote for the enjoyment of getting out on the water and to come into San Francisco or Oakland. Given the pandemic situation, in addition to the wildfire smoke, people are not doing that right now. Both agencies have reduced service on weekdays and there currently is no weekend service. Safety protocols such as mask wearing surface disinfecting and physical distancing are in place on the fairies that are running. Melissa. Call Ross KCBS Coming up on KCBS. Kathy Novak outdoor Jim's Khun Reopen Soon in San Francisco. Some other services remain on hold an update on the changes. All right, let's get an update on traffic.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | Last month

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KCBS All News

"When they realized the game wouldn't resume until they did so well, they finally listened. Lise Matteo CBS News Four or five of the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. It's gonna be smoky tonight with temperatures in the mid fifties chance of thunderstorms and some dry lightning. Good afternoon. I'm Dan Mitchinson wildfires that it burned thousands of acres, destroyed hundreds of homes, buildings and forced people to leave their homes. Continue to burn all around the Bay Area this afternoon. We're going to get the latest now from KCBS reporter Melissa Call Ross who's at the Fire desk, Melissa Well, Dan, There are three massive fires burning in our region that actually are clusters of smaller blazes. And at this hour, the EU complex fire in the east and south face has charred, almost 292,000 acres. It's 10% contained the seas EU complex fire in San Mateo and Santa Cruz County has scorched 63,000 acres and his 5% contained and the largest of the three is thie. Ellen, you lightning complex fire in the North Bay. It's burned more than 30. Excuse me, 314,000 acres and it's 15% contained Santa Rosa Fire chief Tony Ghazni. Er says some of his firefighters have been on the frontlines since day one and just now were getting some rest. He adds that these wildfires are becoming commonplace in the North Bay. But this situation is different for you to these fires coming in and is blowing through these fire this fire just true and threw everything at a nice. Ah, Nice clip. Not I'm not a terrible clips. He's been kind of You can deal with it, but you just can't control anything because there's so much on fire. Meanwhile, the town of Windsor and Sonoma County currently is under an evacuation warning, and that means people need to be prepared to leave. If they're ordered to do so. KCBS Jeffrey Shout reports. The mayor believes the community's well prepared Windsor Mayor Dominic for Poli took me up to the high point of his winery. Christopher Creek, and usually it offers a dramatic view. Normally, we have a beautiful view of pretty much all of Northern snow Line country right.

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Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

Tony Awards Will Go Virtual In Fall; No Date Set Yet

"As you would expect this year we'll have a different look ways Biggest night will look a bit different and the Tony goes to organizers for the 74th annual Tony Awards have set a plan for a virtual presentation this fall. The original ceremony, which was set to take place at Radio City Music Hall in June, was postponed due to the pandemic. The new date and platform has not been revealed, and questions of eligibility in the shortened season will be announced in the coming days. Matteo CBS News and allow me

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Study: Black newborns more likely to survive when cared for by Black doctors

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:31 sec | Last month

Study: Black newborns more likely to survive when cared for by Black doctors

"Evidence of possible racial divide When it comes to healthcare, New research shows a survival rate of black newborns corresponds to the race of their doctor. A study of nearly two million birth records in Florida between 1992 in 2015 shows that one cared for by white physicians. Black babies were three times more likely to die in the hospital, then white newborns the mortality rate. Was cut in half when black doctors cared for black babies. The study did not show a connection between the mother's death rate and the race of her Dr Leese Matteo CBS News

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | Last month

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Heat warnings for most inland spots across Southern California temperatures today topping out in the eighties for our beaches, as well as the mountains nineties for l, a in an orange county and triple digit heat for the valleys, the inland Empire and the desert as we head towards the weekend, slight cooling but still above average temperatures expected over the next seven days. California's most active and dependable forecast time, CBS two's Old Josefina for cannons 10 70 news Radio. Some temperatures right now. Gina 107 degrees We've got 100 for in Van Nuys 93 degrees under sunny skies, downtown Los Angeles at the Civic Center. It's 2 17. Well, this is a little disconcerting. We're learning now that an asteroid the size of a pickup truck came within less than 2000 miles of hitting the Earth on Sunday. Making it the closest known fly by of an object that size since records have been kept. But the real shocker is that nobody saw it coming, even though NASA and astronomers around the world to keep an eye on Those kinds of space rocks. The good news is that even if it had hit, it probably would have burned up after entering the atmosphere and not caused any problems on the ground. But it's still surprising that nobody spotted it until after it passed by Earth, apparently because it came from the direction of the sun on your routine you report finds the nation's most vulnerable population is still feeling the effects of the Corona virus. More than ever. The elderly have been known to be more susceptible to complications from covert 19. Now, new research shows the surgeon nursing Holmes as the virus continues to spread in the South and west. Report by the American Healthcare Association and National Center for Assisted Living reveals more than 9700 cases during the week of July 26th compared with over 9400 in the last week of May, nearly 45 infections were at facilities in Sunbelt states were total nursing home cases nearly tripled since mid June. Lisa Matteo CBS news The can..

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Black Babies See Higher Odds of Survival With Black Doctors’ Care

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last month

Black Babies See Higher Odds of Survival With Black Doctors’ Care

"When it comes to the racial divide in healthcare here, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo New research shows that survival rate of black newborns corresponds to the race of their doctor, a study of nearly two million birds. Records in Florida between 1992 in 2015 shows that one cared for by white physicians. Black babies were three times more likely to die in the hospital, then white newborns. The mortality rate was cut in half when black doctors cared for black babies. The study did not show a connection between the mother's death rate and the race of her Dr Leese Matteo CBS News

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Vaping linked to risk of COVID-19 in teens, young adults

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:31 sec | Last month

Vaping linked to risk of COVID-19 in teens, young adults

"Do you have a teenager in your house who've apes? Well, here's the health warning. First, it was concerns over the nicotine content any cigarettes for teens. Now a new study links the habit to Corona virus. Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have discs. Over that teenagers and young adults who've ape face a higher risk of covert 19. Then those who don't the study also shows that those who ve for 5 to 7 times more likely to be infected because of the damage caused to their lungs. It also revealed that lower socioeconomic status was linked to a higher risk of being diagnosed. Lisa Matteo CBS

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Partially automated driving systems don't always work

Total Information AM

00:28 sec | Last month

Partially automated driving systems don't always work

"Word on automated driving systems is they don't always work they were meant to make driving easier now, a new study says. Partially automated driving systems may have a few glitches research from triple A shows. Most of the problems are with the systems that keep the cars in their lanes. Others had trouble spotting broken down vehicles in their path. The study tested systems from five manufacturers over 4000 miles and said they had issues every eight miles. They recommend. Car companies limit the use in their models. Lisa Matteo CBS News release

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | Last month

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The island was purchased by white settlers from the native Monomoy kick People in 17 11 Lisa Matteo CBS News A mysterious thin cloud as again appeared on Mars. The cloud has formed so many times over the same Martian volcano that scientists have named it R Z Amman's elongated Cloud or AM E. C. Despite its appearance that cloud is not a plume linked to volcanic activity. Instead, it's a stream of water ice formed as airflow is influenced by the volcanos, Leeward Slope. The elongated cloud forms and fades over the course of a few hours in the Martian morning, then returns the next day. The cloud is being photographed by the visual monitoring camera on Mars Express, which has been studying the Red Planet from orbit for 16 years. I'm Kevin Delaney. Herr Director Wilford Brimley has died of natural causes the age of 85. For a movie stunt rider to a character actor Wilford Brimley brought gruff charm and sometimes menace to a range of films. Family's best known work was in the 1985 movie Cocoon is part of a group of seniors who discover an alien pod that rejuvenates them. We'll never be sick. We won't get any older and we won't ever die. He also played the grizzled baseball manager in the natural opposite Robert Redford and alongside Tom Cruise in the firm on TV. Brimley had a recurring role as a blacksmith on the Waltons in the 19 eighties Primetime Siri's Our House. He also was a Quaker Oats pitchman. There's a bullish demon Quaker oatmeal. And in recent years, he appeared in a Siri's of diabetes spots that turned him at one point into a social media sensation. I barbecue sack. At 9 25 Money news on K Y W with Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. Restaurants have another challenge to deal with US outdoor dining is allowed nationwide newest headache that they're faced with his extreme. Weber Bloomberg Food editor.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | Last month

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Matteo. CBS NEWS. This's something California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station km next 10. 70 news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Nathan Roberts and our top local stories at 405 Sheriff's deputies may have been partying in a closed bar last night and Corona virus numbers in L. A county continue to spike but first traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. On the fives here is Tim Greenwood. Good afternoon, R Sig alert is canceled, and things have already begun to improve on the five Freeway South bound just before the 55 it was a three car crash, and the slowing back to 17th Street has all begun to move just a little bit. Total of declared out now because there's nothing in front of you. Injury crashed 405 north bound on the 7 10 car off the road into a tree supposed to pass, slowing explained and improving north bound on the 405 There was a car fire at Skirball Center, Dr. Still slow in spots from Santa Monica Boulevard, north south bound Spectators slowing is pretty much gone away. Still slow on PC age near the Malibu pier after a motor cycle and car injury crash has been a topic most of the afternoon. Slow both directions approaching that scene. Cajon Pass very hard to get up the mountain. Road work in a car crash on the North bound 15 has things blocked and jammed back to the 2 10 So instead stay on the 2 10 and take the 2 15 North up to Cone Pass, You'll be in Victor Ville sooner than later. Sigalert Lancaster, 45th Street, West and Avenue D ate that one still working and a fire above. Azusa has then Gabriel Canyon Road Highway 39 closed above Sierra Madre. It's a hard closure, and they will keep that road closed through Monday. Next traffic report for 15 I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often K next 10 70 NewsRadio. Once we get past this Saturday, there will be some relief across the valleys as faras this hot weather we've been experiencing recently in the meantime, though, heat advisories up until nine o'clock this evening, with highs in the nineties and triple digits across the valley is the hottest weather found in the Antelope Valley..

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Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:43 sec | Last month

Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever

"Providers who all grabbed nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards today, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo reports with Game of Thrones and VP out of the running The Primetime Emmy Award nominations saw more shows receiving multiple nods. Topping the list was the watchman with 26 nominations. We are invisible at a close second with 20 ladies on Amazon Prime's The Marvellous Mrs Mazel, followed by Dark and HBO succession. Anyone's Here's to us. Netflix led the way with 169 while new providers like Disney Plus an Apple TV entered the arena for the first time. Matteo CBS News WCBS news time is 3 23 When it comes to giving

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Matteo CBS News, a new book claims Prince William and Prince Harry. Fell out over Harry is relationship with American actress Meghan Markle. The book finding Freedom, says William told his brother, he was blindsided by lust in the relationship was more about sex than love. In turn, Harry reportedly thought William had a snobby attitude toward Marchal. The couple literally put and figuratively put distance between themselves in Britain's royal family, renouncing the royal duties and moving to the area. Pam Coulter. CBS NEWS This's Southern California is only 24 hour local news and traffic station K Index 10 70 news radio. Evening. I'm Brian Ping Our top local stories in 705 Mayor Garcetti announces a new type of community policing for Los Angeles County's public health director, says the Corona virus picture appears to be slowly improving, but it's much too soon to talk about anymore. Re openings right now. Traffic weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Brian Douglas. They have a couple little fires affecting, you drive four or five south of Western getting reports of a small brushfire off the side of the road. If it's that close to the freeway right later, we take it away by the fire department. S so watch out for that. You actually coming at full speed of your drive is good. Hopefully you'll stay that way. Five South and Olympic. So this is five south right before the 7 10 Still getting reports of some smoke. This could be a structure. Fire off. The freeway doesn't look like any lanes on the five South or affected. Here s O. That's good for you. Your father. She looks pretty good. Now the East l a interchange making you a south 14 south about a dog. What else? Eh? Get a report of somebody conked out. This would be in the far right lane. And really the big story is this brushfire? It's called the ridge fired. It has Highway 1 38 Completely shut down, has for a number of hours and will until further notice. Eso. If you're traveling eastbound on Ridge Road, they're going to turn you around and send you back to the five. It looks like they've got some of the off ramps on the five. Shut down the highway 1 38 even to save you some time, But you don't want to get that far. I have to turn around. And then if you're traveling, what's about? Unfortunately, when you get the 300 street they're going to turn you around. That's ah, number of miles off at 14. So again 1 38 Shut down in both directions. Just east of Quail Lake. The five and the 14 freeway both wide open not affected. So you're looking good. There have a problem now for the 10. This would be Archibald. This is going to be westbound. Looks like somebody's called out the left lane. I see slowing now. Just past Haven will pass. Archibald is where this stall is that for that speeds improved for you. Next reports at 7 15 and Brian Douglas more traffic ports.

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Dogfluencers: Canine influencers take over Instagram after pandemic puppy boom

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Dogfluencers: Canine influencers take over Instagram after pandemic puppy boom

"Lisa Matteo. Now, with an unexpected social media effect of the Corona virus world, the pandemic puppy boom has created a new generation of influencers. Yep, Instagram is going to the dogs. Some of them live better lives in humans with an endless wardrobe lounging decided trips, the local vineyards and with more people stuck at home browsing social media they're following is going crazy. In fact, the new monitoring tools says the number of posts mentioning puppies jumped 38% in the last week of March least. Matteo CBS moves

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Chiefs RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif first to opt out of NFL season

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Chiefs RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif first to opt out of NFL season

"An NFL player, says he's not playing this season over Corona virus concerns. The first NFL player has opted out of the 2020 season over concerns of the Corona virus, and he's also a doctor. Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Lauren Duvernay. Tardif is the only medical school graduate in the NFL. He said on Twitter that he doesn't want to risk transmitting the virus to play a sport that he loves. He's been helping fight the Corona virus at a long term healthcare facility in his home city of Quebec Lease. Matteo CBS

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Billy Joel Proves He's Still the Piano Man While Playing Discarded Piano on Long Island Sidewalk

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Billy Joel Proves He's Still the Piano Man While Playing Discarded Piano on Long Island Sidewalk

"And impromptu performance of the piano man in New York is going viral. It's what happens when Billy Joel sees a piano kicked to the curb, as he Driving by on his motorcycle cell phone video captured the Grammy winner casually stop and tested out, performing a ragtime tune in front of a group of surprise. Onlookers on Long Island. Probably throw it out. You can hear Joel suggest donating it to a local charity and then hits the keys. One final time. Lisa Matteo CBS News

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Lyft giving out shields to protect drivers from coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Lyft giving out shields to protect drivers from coronavirus

"For lift drivers drivers and and their their passengers. passengers. CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo Matteo has has that that story. story. You're You're next next rideshare rideshare trip trip could could look look a a bit bit different different lift lift is is rising rising to to the the occasion, occasion, distributing distributing about about 60,000 60,000 vehicle vehicle partition partition shields shields to to its its most most active active drivers. drivers. The The company company already already requires requires passengers passengers and and drivers drivers to to aware aware a a mask mask and gives out sanitizing products during the day. Trips. Less active drivers will be able to purchase the barriers later this month for about 50 bucks. Lisa Matteo CBS News,

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"This summer least, MATTEO CBS News This's something California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station KGO Next Inseventy news radio. Good morning. Robart. Top local stories at 10 05 That death toll continues to climb is the rate of infection remains high in Southern California and residents of Ellie coming flocking to the beach this weekend to escape the heat, despite those virus concerns but first traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the five shares for X men. No Monty on the eastbound side of the tent. Baldwin Avenue off ramp is where minivan hit the Guard rail on the left shoulder of that off ramp and looks like that off ramp is completely blocked. So be careful if you intend on exiting there in industry 60 west past Crossroads Parkway, That's where car slammed into the center divider. Three left lanes are blocked here. You're going to be backed up before you get to Crossroads Parkway. There's more slowing up ahead because of some roadwork on the 60 West. It rose. Meet the three right lanes are shut down. You're gonna be GM from Rosemead over to about Paramount as Sig alert now in Seal Beach. This is a disabled vehicle on the 405 South. Just past Seal Beach Boulevard has the slow lean and the Seal Beach Boulevard on ramp to the 405 south close that's backing up traffic before you get to Seal Beach. Than in Irvine on five south for Alton Parkway to car smash up there stopping traffic to get this one out of the slow lane. Next report at 10 15 with more reports more often, I'm Rick Smith and the Toyota of Glendora. 24 hour Traffic center can next 10 70 NewsRadio Heat Wave continues today Sunshine Dyes the upper seventies the beaches nineties, Ellen 100 to 1 await in the values and desert. It's gonna be sunny little bit cooler tomorrow. Your exclusive five day forecast is coming up in 10 15 currently of 84 degrees in downtown.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:44 min | 2 months ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"It's the first Super Mario Brothers video game put out in 1985 for use on Nintendo. If you do have one treated very carefully, unopened, unused copy of it has sold for $114,000. It's never been removed from the box. It's never been played. It's the highest amount ever paid for a vintage video games. Compared to video games of today. Of course, it looks quite simple. The name of the buyer has not been released. Steve Butterman CBS News as workers head back into the office, experts say their pets could experience separation anxiety. Seminarian suggests making adjustments now start by resuming those former routine, You might have dropped like walking, waking up getting dressed and leaving the house. Lisa Matteo, CBS News Thiss Chicago's All news. Use radios, 78 and one. Opie 10.9 and w BBM news radio dot com. Don't believe even this time. A little. Five. It's Sunday, July 12. Good morning. I'm Dave Burner comfortable temperatures out there in the seventies for the most part around Chicago, $76 here a few clouds in the area, But Sunshine will win the game today and we'll see breezy conditions for the high of 80 are complete forecast. For the days ahead. Coming up here shortly with AccuWeather 15 past the hour. Sports update at 16 PASS First Our top story on news radio w. V. V M, or street violence in Chicago Man is dead, two others critically injured in a shooting earlier today and humbled parking West side. Police say they were standing on the street just before one in the morning in the 1100 block of North Lawndale Avenue when they got I will fight with several others there and then gunshots were fired. The 52 year old man shot in the neck and pronounced dead at the scene. No. One in custody at this hour. Chicago police have released images of the car used in the killing of 13 year old Mario Jones last month in Austin. The car police are searching for is believed to be a silver two door Infiniti G 35 or G 37 with tinted windows, No front license plate, a person who was in that infinity fire child, said a group of people on a front porch June 20th on North Leclaire Avenue, one of the bullets full into the home and struck Jones to teach. These boys were also wounded on that porch. Police continue to investigate on the South side to rallies this weekend with widely differing messages about how our end the city violence. One group of protesters held a rally in March that began at Sherman Park near Garfield and re seen these protesters say the only way to end the violence is by completely changing government and society to stop, but they say it's systemic racism. Nico East Wind of the South Side led the protest..

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Amanda Kloots says 1-year-old son Elvis kissed her phone while watching video of Nick Cordero

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Amanda Kloots says 1-year-old son Elvis kissed her phone while watching video of Nick Cordero

"He may not have known his late father for very long, but the son of late actor Nick Cordero still recognizes him. Heartwarming social Media Post by the wife of late actor Nick Cordero is going viral, and it Amanda includes described how she was showing the couples one year old son, Elvis. A video of his late father. The boy saw it smiled, then leaned into the phone to give his dad a kiss. She said her heart just melted because it shows he recognizes his dad. Even though it's been more than three months since he's seen him. Cordero lost his battle with Corona virus on Sunday. Lisa Matteo CBS

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Trump Retweets Video Of Apparent Supporter Saying 'White Power'

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Retweets Video Of Apparent Supporter Saying 'White Power'

"President Trump lit up online for Retweeting a racist post, including comments from a supporter yelling white power. Ah, video goes viral overnight. There it is, sets off critics of President Trump after he retweeted that racist message. The video was from a retirement community in Florida and shows a man driving a golf cart decorated with Trump campaign posters chanting White power. The president retweeted it thanking the great people shown in the video, Senator Tim Got the only black Republican in the Senate says it's a disgrace. That was a terrible display that I saw in that video. White House officials say Mr Trump did not hear the statement that was made the tweet was deleted from his timeline. Lisa Matteo CBS News

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NRA Slashes Pay, Staff Amid Coronavirus Disruption

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

NRA Slashes Pay, Staff Amid Coronavirus Disruption

"In the largest personnel shake up since the NRA ousted its president last year the nonprofit announcing it is eliminating positions imposing a four day work week for hourly employees and a twenty percent pay reduction across the board in response to the corona virus some senior staff members will also voluntarily take deeper cuts the news was sent in an email to the board of directors from CEO Wayne lapierre who also mentioned that the changes are intended to be temporary Lisa Matteo CBS

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"My time by crafting cone in the least popular was Radiohead at least Matteo CBS news we had an issue on the bush turnpike also one twenty one traffic and weather together on the H. plus we have a shut down on eight twenty in fort worth the corona virus watch continues hi this is Mike Rogers with Susie silly since got Sam's more cases in North Texas will keep you up to date on the very latest philosophy watching the ups and downs of the markets tomorrow on the K. R. L. the morning news and if you have a major plans yet for the weekend at seven fifty John little have some great ideas for you around town and Dan Bruno says get ready for some rain quite a bit of it you'll have the forecast with traffic and weather together on the ends join us we started five AM on news radio ten eighty KRLD here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar celebrate the big two oh two oh with T. mobile switch now get two lines for just ninety Bucks and two new iPhone eleven on us so you can take a portrait bill for two with the ultra wide camera cute furry into T. mobile get two lines for ninety Bucks into iPhone eleven supplied us with qualifying trade twenty four credits well qualified buyers without a pay plus taxes or fees if you cancel within twenty four credits email up to the full value of your device of six ninety nine ninety nine contact us qualifying ported finance agreements required to take this station with you wherever you go download the radio dot com app today and listen to this station and over three hundred other stations with the radio dot com app you could favor your top stations for easy access to receive alerts with breaking this contest opportunities and more to favor to station just click on the.

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"matteo cbs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"matteo cbs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Help them test out here color I feel about goat cheese Bob Cochise this kiosk from taste tree designed for grocery or liquor stores uses a series of questions to pick the best wine for your palate how is that a reflection of what one is selects that we look at what we call the flavor matrix and how it's tied to different compounds in the wind and these questions we found are related to that it's another way companies are trying to sell an experience to get shoppers in the door Lisa Matteo CBS news New York January twenty seventh for gold and other minerals is risky minors can never be sure if they're going to get rich or go bust if astronauts go mining on the moon they can't afford to go bust they'll be prospecting for water the key to survival on the lunar surface so scientists and engineers are looking at possible ways to extract the most water with the least after the water forms big deposits of ice at the lunar poles there inside craters that never see sunlight the ice could be melted for drinking water and split apart to make hydrogen and oxygen for rocket fuel and oxygen to breathe NASA's funding a couple of small studies of innovative ways to process the ice one approach for example would put giant solar mirrors on the rooms of the craters where they'd be in perpetual sunlight date reflects sunlight on to areas with known ice deposits that would vaporize some of the ice below the surface the water vapor would be captured as it rose to the surface another study would use a similar approach the energy would come from Rovers on the crater floor's they deem microwaves and other forms of energy into the ice then capture the vapor in tanks as it reached the surface both studies are in their early stages first steps towards ensuring successful mining on the surface of the moon and the moon is in the southwest early this evening it pairs up with Venus the brilliant evening star a beautiful scene for a winter's night and we have more sky watching tips astronomy news and much more about the universe in stardate magazine details at stardate dot org for the McDonald observatory I'm Billy started a possible my Cranbrook institute science were metro Detroit explores the natural wonders of the universe they're changing exhibits programs and planetarium shows a Bloomberg business report demands for salmon in the US and China is stronger than ever and that's leading to innovation and aquaculture the government of New Zealand is pairing with businesses there to try out new ways of farming salmon in the ocean grant rose worn C. E. O. of or a king salmon talks about the partnership in a video online on the top end of the South Island of New Zealand we do something which we think is pretty special when crier king salmon that's less than one percent of the well supply or a king is aiming to produce the wild you or Kobe beef of salmon with a rare breed called the tie he they're shipping them to you S. chain legal seafoods for a test run here's C. E. O. Roger Berkowitz eighteen to twenty four months old I mean that's sort of the sweet spot for foreign fish and this particular vision is four years old now it's a question of whether customers will pay up to fifty dollars for salmon entree I'm in Boston with the Bloomberg business report on W. W. J. newsradio nine let's face it most new year's.