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Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm sherk Freeman Tampa uses the long ball to finally beat the New York Yankees It was a career night for the ray Zach paradis who hit three homers all by the 5th inning and the rays beat the Yankees 5 to four Ray shortstop Taylor wall says the night was owned by parades It just looks like he's in total control you know I made his impressive tonight with special It was very special to watch special night for him and it was huge for us and pretty much just carried us that whole game Just the third loss in the last 20 games for the yanks Tony Godzilla became baseball's first 9 game winner as the LA Dodgers beat Cincinnati ate the two San Francisco held off Atlanta 12 to ten giants catcher Austin winds had a big night three hits including a three run Homer for manager Gabe Kepler Austin has come over and had quality at bats It doesn't always been as pretty as it was tonight you know the Homer and driving the baseball several times Chicago White Sox down Toronto 7 to 6 in extra innings Boston beat Detroit 5 to three two of baseball's best win at it as Houston down the New York mets ate the two Adam splain reports Jose Archie earned his 6th win of the season by allowing just one run on four hits over 6 innings Archie struck out 5 and the only blemish on his line was the 6th inning Homer he allowed to Pete Alonso Adam spelling Houston Nolan Gorman Homer twice as St. Louis beat Milwaukee 6 two Texas blank Philadelphia 7 zero San Diego three Arizona two in extra innings Seattle down Oakland Pittsburgh over the Chicago Cubs Miami Beach Colorado Washington down Baltimore Kansas City over the LA angels and Cleveland over Minnesota Another major champion Brooks Koepka leaving the PGA Tour for Liv golf Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL for a second time leaving the league after 12 seasons Toronto Maple Leafs forward auston Matthews is the NHL's MVP and the attorney for Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson has reached an agreement on 20 of 24 lawsuits from women accusing Watson of sexual assault and harassment Check Freeman AP sports
"miami beach" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We want to get to our next guest. She was named the number one national agent at Douglas element. Some $750 million in sales volume last year alone deals in and around Miami Beach. Am I saying it right bell harbor? I don't know. I'm shaking my head. She's gonna help me with this. And we're gonna get into a look at really real estate overall and in particular Florida. Deena golden tear is the executive director of sales at Douglas Elmo and she joins us via soon. Look at me from my bar harbor. Yeah. Do you know how are you? Great. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, it's good to have you with us. We'll help us understand what the market's looking like because we did just read that article by our own prashant group. Talking about how we are seeing a decline in sales of homes in West Palm Beach, Florida. So just give us an idea of what you're seeing. Sure. So the market that I specialize in really is the Miami Beach marketplace, which is pretty much our American Riviera. What we have seen the last two years has been uncharacteristic because people could have travel. So rather than going to Europe or to ask for to the Hamptons, we had some of the wealthiest people in the world quarantining and hanging out in Miami Beach. So we had this nonstop flow of activity where usually things do slow down for us in June, July and all again. And at everyone starts trickling back down for fall. So I am hoping that the slowdown that I'm seeing here is the reflection of that. Time tested pattern and hopefully not much more. Well, yeah, so that's what we're trying to figure out. Like what? Is the financial market so much, you know, we talk about it all the time. We just talked about how some of the elite private schools in Florida are getting crowded because so much of Wall Street has gone to Wall Street south, down in Florida. So trying to get an idea of, is there a slowdown, though, because of the financial market impact and people, I don't know. You've seen a lot of cycles. What's your expertise telling you? I'm naturally inclined to be an optimist, so I'm hoping that again, it's kind of out of sight out of mind. So some of the deals I was working on, the buyers jetted off to Europe early this year because they have a mid in two years. They went out west early this year and when you're not in Miami, it's really hard to get someone excited about a ten, 20, $30 million house. I do believe that when they return, let's say in October that I can revive those deals, but I did see some things that I was working on not come together when people stock portfolios were making them cry. Did I'm wondering what's going on when it comes to, you know, we were talking about decline in prices and decline in interest around the country. The housing market is certainly seen moderating demand. I'm wondering how much this has to do with rising mortgages. And how you're thinking about, you know, at what level do we start to see mortgages really start to hit demand? I mean, I know it has already, but what's the number you think about? Well, where is seeing the mortgage interest rates be high effect price points so far has really just been in one sector of my marketplace, which is three to 5 million, which in Miami Beach is not, you know, it's not the top tier of the marketplace. It's like a mid place. And in that price point, we've seen inventory really dramatically increase and buyers have several listening to choose from. Whereas in 90 days, they did not. So that's just one factor and I hate to use one sector to generalize the whole marketplace because my listing is above 10 million. My listening is above 20 million. I'm showing more than my listings in lower price wise. So it's interesting, Tim and I had a conversation yesterday about rensen, New York City, particular. And I know Florida in southern Florida is really your world. But it was about kind of record rents and just crazy. And we're like, what happened to you everybody leaving New York City? What is happened in this real estate market? Well, I think if you're a believer that people are not going to be buying as much because they're concerned about interest rates, then you have to be a believer that they want to rent. So if they're going to be renting, it's going to make the rental market even hotter. So if people aren't buying, you're saying, right? No, I'm saying if you're a believer that people that at the market is going to slow down because people don't want to buy the race are too high. Then what are they going to do? They're going to go rest. What do you hear from your colleagues in New York just in the last 20 seconds that we have with you about are we going to see a slowdown in New York when it comes to sales? I'm not sure. Nobody's complaining. I mean, everyone's still really crushing it, but we haven't really seen the after effects. The deals that are closing in my market, their sales millions of dollars above apps. So we're still riding high because those deals happen. 60 days ago and they're just closing now. Dean of 5 seconds at U.S. buyers are outside the U.S. real quickly. It's always been you ask, but the outside U.S. buyers are back now and hopefully one of them will buy by a $100 million list of golden beach. That was Deena golden tear. She's executive director of sales over at Douglas elliman
Residents evacuated from Florida apartments deemed unsafe
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'We don't want spring break here': Miami Beach declares state of emergency after shootings
"Miami beach that's a spring break curfew in a bid to curb violence following two separate shootings mayor Dan Gelber announced the emergency order Monday our city as well past its endpoint what we're watching and what we're feeling or what we're observing is simply unacceptable this is the second year in a row officials in the famed partying South Florida city have declared a state of emergency this isn't your father's or mother's spring break this is something wholly different the mayor says about a hundred guns have been seized over the past four weeks and several police officers injured while controlling crowds the curfew starts midnight Wednesday I'm
"miami beach" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To invade Ukraine Biden made the comments in a speech at The White House Friday He also accuses Putin of pushing out vast misinformation ahead of a possible invasion Speaking at the Munich security conference in Germany yesterday vice president Kamala Harris vowed significant and unprecedented economic costs for Russia If it does invade its neighbor the British foreign secretary saying the worst case scenario between Russia and Ukraine could happen as early as this coming week Liz trusts accused Russia of dismissing diplomacy and warned that an invasion was possible in the week ahead She added the UK which stand with Ukraine and impose severe sanctions should an invasion take place For his part Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky took a broader approach and at the conference in Munich called on other countries to help fix what he described as a chronically broken security system across Europe Speaking through a translator he addressed attendees at the Munich security conference which included vice president Kamala Harris and British prime minister Boris Johnson The security architecture of Europe and beyond is almost destroyed It's too late now We talk about fixing it It's high time for a new one Zelensky explained that a lack of accountability was at the heart of the aggression Ukraine faces from Russia He said the collective response to this crisis was a chance to break the trend put into place by the world wars I'm Jim Forbes In California an officer is dead another is in critical condition after a police helicopter crashed into the ocean near Los Angeles Reports a helicopter with a Huntington Beach police department crashed in front of a dozen witnesses off the coast of Newport Beach last night two people have injuries after a helicopter crashed off the coast of Florida authorities in Miami Beach say two people are being treated for injuries after a helicopter crashed into the ocean Saturday afternoon dramatic video of the crash shows the helicopter splashing down near swimmers just off a crowded beach I'm Scott Carr Following with the FDA calls a history of infestation at a Family Dollar facility in west Memphis Arkansas The agency's warning of possible contamination by rodents on items bought at Family Dollar stores across several southern states including Arkansas Alabama Mississippi Tennessee and Louisiana over 1100 dead rodents were found at the plant Customers are advised to dispose of any products with permeable packaging and to thoroughly wash your hands afterwards They are revving up their engines in Daytona as the great American race gets underway this afternoon Joel stern has that The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season begins with the Daytona 500 defending Cup Series champion Kyle Larson is on the pole for the event I think having a season.
Life Expectancy Averaged Higher in Florida During Pandemic
"My governor Ron DeSantis his pandemic policies have provably saved lives Saved lives Yes you can go on CNN and you can find right now that even today you had Miami Beach's mayor who was talking about how Randy Santos is death scientist and his policies lead to more cases more people died in everything else but they're remained two sides of stories on one side of facts and there is really bad news For all the death Santa's people out there You've lied because many fewer 40s have died prematurely during this pandemic It's a fact See despite Florida having the country's largest senior population thus being among the oldest states in the country for its life expectancy during the pandemic did you know that at far exceeds the national average Yes Florida's life expectancy during the pandemic far exceeds the national average
"miami beach" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Man and two women stolen the identities of seven Surfside victims. The alleged crime started about two weeks after the condo collapsed in five of the victims died. State attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle says the suspects made out with about $45,000 and city of Miami Beach commissioners are set to hold a special meeting this afternoon to address an ongoing problem on South Beach. We cannot accept this as our normal My beach Mayor Dan Gilbert promises to keep putting more police and code officers on the streets in the entertainment district. Announcing just last week, the reassignment of nearly 40 cops to South Beach details with 10 Miami Dade officers joining in on weekends. We must acknowledge that it's just not sustainable for our residents and our visitors. Miami Dade's mayor and state attorney had been invited to this afternoon's discussion about how to further deter and prevent crime on South Beach. Ideas include reopening. Traffic along ocean Drive air Caradhras guess NewsRadio, 6 10. W i, o D and it sounds 605 here on W I. O D. Thankfully, no one hurt after a police operation turned violent on North Miami Beach. They saying detectives were helping out Miami dates. Swan serve a search warned overnight it led to what cops are calling an armed encounter. At Northeast 15th Avenue and 159th Street. An officer did fire at least one shot. One person was taken into custody. So far, no charges announced and Howard University is staying offline. Today. The Washington D. C School says undergrad hybrid and online courses will remain suspended following an alleged ransomware cyberattack graduate students can continue accessing their classes. Remotely. And the president's economic advisers are concerned about pandemic profiteering on the part of the nation's major meat suppliers, and it's going to hit our wallets. Rising meat prices are prompting the White House to take action. Grocery prices are up nearly 3% in the last year, but even pork more than 10%, they see it every week in the grocery store. You look at prices that are like almost stunned. At a briefing Wednesday, White House officials.
Black Market for Fake COVID Vaccination Cards Goes Mainstream
"The streets that's found them at an airport in Alaska being shipped all over from China. The blank cards closely resemble those printed by the C D. C and given to people after they get vaccinated. At 8 33 City of Miami Beach Police are mourning the loss of one
2 Men Found Dead at Former South Beach Versace Mansion
"In the former Versace mansion in Miami Beach for sake was killed outside his home exactly 24 years ago. Today. His home is now a hotel. Miami Beach Police got a call from housekeeping about the bodies found there this morning. Today marks three
At Least 60 People Dead in Florida Condo Collapse
"Survivors began at the site of the partially collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida crews are now looking for bodies. The status of the search has changed with little hope of finding any more people alive. The death toll has risen to 60. As many as 80 people are still unaccounted for. NPR's Brian Mann reports on how families and rescuers dealt with the reality that the operation had to shift from rescue. To recovery. Rescuers, clergy and family members held a moment of silence last night to mark this painful transition officials say the debris field turned out to be devastatingly dense and compacted with no voids or sheltered places for survivors. Alan Kaminsky, Miami Dade County Fire chief spoke to reporters. This decision was not an easy one as our hearts still hoped to find survivors, but the experience And expertise indicated that was no longer possible. Searchers are now focused on finding victims still missing in the debris. They're working around the clock to reunite bodies, with families still waiting for their loved ones. Brian Mann. NPR NEWS Miami Beach, Miami Dade County Mayor Danielle Levine. Cava says search teams are also working to reunite families and survivors with treasured belongings that are buried beneath mounds of concrete and metal. Any religious items, any engraved items, any firearms any safe and any currency. Is being specially set aside. Separately, North Miami Beach officials saying a condo building that was evacuated due to safety concerns must remain vacant until the condo association submits a new 40 year re certification report. Addressing all structural issues. The Crestview Towers is located just a few miles from Champlain Tower South. United States
"miami beach" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And ABC News Miami BEACH. Tropical Storm else's top winds have lessened but not by much. 60 Miles an hour, a big holiday travel 1 80 ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles at airports around the country today we're getting reports have long check in and security lines, and it's really no surprises. Everybody who traveled last week is coming home on one day. The PSA hit pandemic records last week and even broke numbers said in 2019 pre pandemic last week. It's expected records are being set today hope mixed with uncertainty from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying mask requirements and social distancing rules are to be lifted. July 19th. Despite rising case number is blamed on the covid delta variant. We must be Honest with ourselves that if we can't reopen our society in the next few weeks, when we will be helped by the arrival of summer and by the school holidays. Then we must ask ourselves. When will we be able to return to normal? The single biggest global cyberattack demanding ransoms continues over 1000 businesses affected cybersecurity. Researchers say it's the work of a Russia linked gang. They used a tool that helps protect against malware to spread it widely. You're listening to ABC News KO a news radio time is one Oh, too busy weekend of Fourth of July celebrations and fireworks across Colorado, unfortunately, was relatively quiet for Denver police compared to previous years. There were 540 fireworks calls. As of today. That's the lowest number of fireworks calls than any years, since at least.
Search Resumes at Miami Condo Site, Death Toll Stands at 24
"Search and rescue crews and Surfside, Florida north of Miami Beach, are cleared to get back to work in the rubble of a condo tower that collapsed late last month. Authorities demolished the portion that was still standing overnight. The death toll stands at
Royal Caribbean to Host 600 First Responders in Cruise Ship Near Building Collapse Site
"Here's your crews news briefs for saturday. July third twenty twenty one. Royal caribbean has offered up ship explorer of the seas to serve as a temporary residents for first responders in the surf side condo collapse which is just a few miles from miami beach in a facebook. Post the lines president. Michael bailey said that up to six hundred first responders. We'll stay on the ship for a few weeks. In addition to the cabin the ship lhasa provide hot meals laundry service and wifi to the search and rescue
Safety Concerns Prompt Second Florida Condo Building to Evacuate
"Florida residents are evacuated from a Miami beach condominium tower because of safety concerns. Crest View Towers condominium in North Miami Beach has been deemed structurally and electrically unsafe. City officials cite the Surfside condo collapse for triggering an immediate review of all high rise condos in the Miami area. The death toll from the collapse is 22 more than 100. People remain unaccounted for. The
North Miami Beach Condo Building Evacuated After Review Finds Unsafe Conditions
"miami beach" Discussed on WTOP
"Miami Beach area at decided to partially collapse condo they can only wait. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has signed orders to bring down the rest of that building section. The building poses a threat. Look, health and safety and bringing it down as quickly as possible is critical to protect our community, and Omar B. A. Franco reports. There are other concerns. Not only your cruise worried about the safety of the actual site and the track of Hurricane Elsa. The Miami Herald reports that six first responders who were working on the mound tested positive for coronavirus. The delta variant is causing a lot of worry among doctors and the push for getting Americans vaccinated is more urgent than ever. Correspondent Christina Ricci America did not reach President Biden's goal of 70% of adults vaccinated by Independence Day. But the White House says there's still reason to celebrate. Yes, and hospitalizations have fallen 90%. Since January. 20th 67% of adults have gotten at least one covid 19 vaccination. But the numbers vary by state and Southern states, in particular, are lagging behind even as the more contagious Delta variant is now present across the country are rates are not where they ought to be, and that's especially concerned. With so many Americans. Traveling is the least Preston reports. People just wanna go Andrew Gross fees for Triple A and points to packed roads and crowded airports that are expected to tally up to 47.7 million travelers this holiday weekend when you think that worse still in the pandemic, people are still getting vaccinated. Are you surprised that the number is even that high? Not really because we saw how many people traveled over Memorial Day, and it was around 34 to 37,000,007 employees at a doughnut shop in Portland, Oregon, say they were fired after they walked out after being forced.
North Miami Beach Orders Immediate Closure of Condo Building Deemed Unsafe
North Miami Beach Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuations Ordered
"Undergoing an audit of all high rise buildings over 40 years old after a building in Surfside collapsed. 22 people are confirmed dead 128 are missing. NPR's Liz Baker reports. Residents of the 156 unit Crest Few Towers condo were given just a couple hours to evacuate their North Miami Beach home. On Friday afternoon, officials received an engineering inspection report did it January of this year. That deemed the building structurally and electrically unsafe with the Surfside tragedy. Fresh on everyone's minds and a tropical storm on the way, city manager Arthur sorry the third called the Evacuation the right thing to do out of an abundance of caution. The report focused falling concrete. And we know that's a buzzword these days. So when we saw that in the report, we knew we had an impact immediately. Residents will not be able to return to the building until the kind of association can prove the building is structurally sound. Liz Baker. NPR NEWS Miami BEACH, Hurricane Elsa may reach Florida by Tuesday morning but is expected to weaken to a tropical storm. By
Florida Condo Building Deemed Unsafe, Evacuation Ordered
"Structural problems have been reported in at least two more Florida condo buildings prompting evacuations as the nation watches in horror as victims remains are slowly removed from the Champlain towers south building in Surfside about five miles away Crestview towers had been deemed structurally unsafe months ago and just audited by the city of north Miami beach make sure that the re certification process was being done on a timely basis Miami Dade County mayor Dan yellow Levin comma explains on WPLG TV and a building that had not been recertified residents were leaving with suitcases city officials were trying to help them find shelter and outside Orlando Osceola county officials deem three buildings at the images condominiums on safe engineers reported warning the homeowners association in April there were major structural problems but they haven't been addressed I'm Jackie Quinn
Tally of Missing in Condo Collapse Falls to 128 After Audit
"More bodies have been recovered from the ruins of a Miami area high rise condo including that of a fire fighters child the weather cooperated with searchers who found a handful more bodies including a small one that really hit home says county mayor Daniella Levine comma tragically one of those victims was the seven year old daughter of a city of Miami fire fighter audio courtesy of W. P. L. G. T. V. which is reporting the girl's father placed his jacket over her body and a flag on the Gurney while his colleague saluted out of respect the mayor also announced as difficult as it will be for those waiting for word of loved ones and those whose possessions are in the rubble the building will be demolished as soon as possible the building poses a threat to public health and safety meanwhile in nearby north Miami beach an older high rise condo has been evacuated out of safety concerns first responders are also monitoring the track of an approaching hurricane which could hinder their search efforts I'm Jackie Quinn
"miami beach" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Florida near Miami Beach, where a condo recently collapsed, killing 18 people and leaving 145 unaccounted for. I'm happy to announce that today our federal partners of FEMA, let us know that the division has received $20.5 Million to support ongoing response efforts here at Surfside. That's Florida Division of Emergency management director Kevin Got three. Speaking on Thursday, Indiana Task Force One is there helping Emergency response. The White House has released focal points and how the new infrastructure deal would help Indiana rob content reports. One of the main focal point is making sure every Hoosier has access to reliable, high speed Internet, the release says. Right now 12% of people in Indiana live in an area where there is no broadband infrastructure that provides acceptable speeds. And almost half of all Hoosiers live in an area where there's only one provider. Other ways that the trillion dollar deal would help Indiana include repairing and rebuilding the 1000 bridges that are in poor condition and making sure every school has clean drinking water. Rob content 93 wi BC mobile news and its way in day for those competing in this year's Nathan's famous Fourth of July Hot dog eating contest in Coney Island. There will be a live audience this Sunday for the competition that kicks off at 11 o'clock last year. It was media only In a private location because of the pandemic. Raining hot dog champion Joey Chestnut scarfed down 75 hot dogs for the men's championship while female competitor Miki Sudo 8 48.5 hot dogs, which set a new women's record. I'm John.
Florida Building Collapse: 4 Dead, 159 Missing
"In Florida 159 people are unaccounted for following the collapse of a high rise condo near Miami Beach. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine, Cava said this morning 120 people are accounted for after the building fell in Surfside. At least four have
Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?
"Mentioned earlier. The very capable. Search teams of miami dade fire rescue will of course work through this night at the scene of that collapse of the high rise oceanfront condo just north of miami beach finding people alive priority number. One also urgent the effort to find out just what it is that brought down not one but two sections of that structure that have stood for decades. Our report tonight from nbc. News correspondent sam brock in the wake of destruction and tragedy. Critical question hangs over this ocean front community and it looks like a bomb went off. How could this have happened. I've never seen a collapse like that. Didn't involve some sort of earthquake. Or something else the champlain. Tower south condo building constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty one is twelve stories high containing one hundred and thirty four units and it began sinking years ago. According to a recent report from florida international university looking at thousands of buildings that particular building identified as buildings that moved Nine hundred ninety s shimon veto vince. Ski says in the nineties. The building was sinking two millimeters a year. Though it's unclear if that continued or contributed to today's collapse officials say work on the building's roof has been ongoing in would've likely involved in inspection and a permit. Structural inspections are also required. After forty years. A big question will be. Why did the structure stand for forty years and then fall this morning to answer that. The american society of civil engineers glen bell says. Investigators will examine samples of slab in concrete from the debris. What's in the rubble could be inciteful to investigators. The way it's piled up way that the pieces are broken can tell you a lot of to the train. Die about how the failure initiated where it might have initiated contractor. Greg schlesinger has worked on other complexes in the area. There are two items here. Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans
Huge Rescue Effort Underway as Building Near Miami Partially Collapses
"In the world. A disaster this morning when the dust cleared, there was the back half of the building or back. Two thirds of the building was gone. It's to the ground that man lives near Champlain Towers south on Collins Avenue and Surfside, just north of Miami Beach. A large section of the 12 storey condo complex collapsed early this morning, leaving the upper floors pancaked onto the lower and a mountain of concrete and sheetrock. ABC s lie anomalies reports from Miami, Michael Ruins lives in the neighborhood and ran out to see the damage. He said the building was wiped out with a pile of rubble in the back. I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life. All at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Ruis saw first responders working to rescue people trapped in what was left helping some elderly people coming down through the, uh to the Japanese with a big ladder trucks from the fire rescue. There's no word yet on casualties were the cause of the collapse. Jim Ryan ABC news and We will hear more
"miami beach" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"That precludes Miami Beach from passing an ordinance that would prevent that kind of zoning? We passed many ordinances. We have them in our land regulations. We have them in our ordinances. We passed. Most recent resolution was a month or two ago, but what was going on in the Legislature? People don't realize this because it was all happening. Literally on private mansions and on yachts literally is that the Legislature was poised to pass a law that would not only allow the slots to be put Into huge hotel, so they become destination resorts, but the idea was they were going to pre empt local government from objecting. So you know which they do in other areas. So imagine our residents have voted regularly commissions for decades. Have voted resolutions and ordinances. Not allowing it, but they were going to preempt us, and I think they're going to try to do it next year. Which is what I do, which is sort of the second shoot. First, you was getting the Seminoles to agree that they wouldn't have an objection, which is in their compact. The second thing will be next year when they try to force it down our throats on, put it in Miami and put it in barrels. And in fact, Terrell the committee, the city recently passed an ordinance. Objecting to the gambling in because they knew it could potentially happen this year or next year. So the cities where they want to put these mega casinos Don't want them for obvious reasons. They destroyed local businesses. They cannibalize, you know, sort of the hospitality industry. They only end up really as a cancer in the community economically and socially. Because they bring the whole lot of other problems with him, and we don't want it. You're probably aware that if this does go down the sports betting in the courts that there's already conversation regarding a proposed amendment for next year's ballot. Would you be a peace if there was a ballot initiative that past next year that allowed for all of this anyway? Listen, Uh, if you give the residents of Florida a chance to look at this, I am quite confident that they will say no, but I would abide by, of course with it, but the citizens say That's what the Constitution says. We have to do problems lives. Nature doesn't want to suffer the citizens view on this, even though they're by 71%, because that's what Amendment three pass by will remember three passages. We want to control game Would it passed with 71% of the vote? There's no one in Tallahassee and you've got a contested race that got close to 71%. We don't want them making this decision for so many obvious reasons, so I'm I'm pretty confident it wouldn't pass. But either way, at least at least, do what the Constitution says. Give the residents of Florida chance to decide if this is what they really want. If this is how they want to change our economy. Fair enough. Fair enough. We'll leave it there, and I hope it's a terrific weekend on green, our fallen heroes of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber at Mayor Dan Gelber on Twitter, Greg boiled. Thank you very much. We'll be right back on the Brian Mud Show News. Ready goes 16 w y. And I'm Robert Content chief.
"miami beach" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"County Line around the keys to north of Miami Beach. Many drivers in Florida with suspended licenses, Khun get them back for less money. For a limited time. The people who could take advantage of those who have outstanding fines and fees or they have not pay any traffic citations. This is the time for them to meet those obligations. They still have to pay what they owe. But Orange County Clerk of courts Tiffany more, Russell says they won't have to pay collection cost that they sign up during Operation. Green Light Dates vary from county to county in some county clerks won't take part because of the Corona virus Pandemic. Thie Miami Dolphins play their game in Arizona tomorrow while going through the NFL's covert 19 product. Call. A defensive assistant coach has gone into quarantine and the team has put receiver Lin Boden junior on the covert 19 list. We gotta be able to adapt and be flexible and put our as a coaching staff continue to try to put our players in the best position stands for success. You know, it doesn't stop because you know somebody goes down coach Bryan Flores. They're the Dolphins play. The Cardinal's Also Sunday, the Buccaneers play the Saints. And the Jaguars Meet the Titans with Florida's news. I'm Jonah Kristen. Friday Savings all month in Miami. So tamal represent interest up to 84 months dot com. We'll be right back with more of prosper with Keith Singer. Do you ever wonder if the financial strategies you are currently using actually under performing or inefficient? Perhaps you're unaware of the best methods to achieve the financial security that he was seeking. If you and your spouse would benefit from the council of a certified financial planner to assist you with the implementation of a predictable income investment in succession plan, or you simply want to discuss your financial concerns with an experienced advisor and license Florida attorney who specializes in serving the needs.
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"South Miami Beach also getting poured on at 79 degrees. It sounds 7 31. Nine people in their fifties among the latest to succumb to the Corona virus in South Florida. Overall, the Florida Department of Health yesterday announced 71 knew Kobe 19 deaths in the region, including 49 lives, lost in Miami Dade, 14 and Broward and ate in Palm Beach. Statewide 211 deaths were reported with almost 2600 new cases of covert 19 and the positivity rate at 5.5%. Bar owners in Miami Dade will not be able to do what so many others in Florida will. The state announced yesterday that bars will re open Monday at 50% capacity, but not in Miami Dade. Here. Carlos Jimenez said last night that bars will remain closed by emergency order until further notice. Earlier this week, the mayor also said he did not foresee opening bars until there's a vaccine for the Corona virus. The CDC now, saying adult contracted covert 19 are two times more likely to have eaten at a restaurant Two weeks beforehand. Testing was performed in 10 states. It's unclear, though, if the infected numbers come from dining with a large group or if the cases were indoors or outdoors. Front line workers will be able to go to community College for free in Michigan next year. Governor Gretchen Whitmer there made the announcement of the futures for front liners program. Historically, when Americans put their lives on the line for our country, the betterment of our country to defend us from a common enemy, a grateful nation has afforded them some educational opportunities to show our.
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"What's the latest with the tunnels from Jersey over Teo and even discussing that makes you that guy was just about to say that when we talk about that I don't get is that gap between New York and Jersey So he wants his beloved Q train that you ride. He wants the additional stations. There should be a total of 17 he says. That would go from Harlem. Down to a lower Manhattan, he begs is begged the president for that. And then the other thing he wants. Is that line that nobody agrees with. From the number seven train to LaGuardia, the airlink, right? Yo Yo, see me, Brian Manga Luch. Everybody else is way too expensive. Cuomo's actually begging for dollars for those projects that are not at all necessary, not at all necessary one. We'll have more severe needs You like a tunnel imploding because the water is pressuring down on and it's springing leaks every five and you would say Wait a second. The tunnel is a Port Authority project, which involves both states. Both governors Murphy and Cuomo. If Bedminster is in New Jersey, and the president is seeing formal. Why doesn't he see Murphy simultaneously in his state? Well, because Cuomo doesn't like to have anybody else take the attention away from him. That's why he doesn't have his meetings with de Blasio. That's why he doesn't have the meetings. You know, you would think that would be a smart thing to Dok. You're absolutely right. He's like the Peacock doesn't want to share any attention for Biddy has the signer next to him, You know, that's enough. It's hard enough to get the signer to be their number 1 808 for a tubby ABC. Let's go to Juice up. Joey calling from Queens. Welcome to Curtis and Jet Set. Juliet Joe. Yes, I just want to say that when the mayor says that the billionaires will be replaced, or the multi millionaires only place Carl Icahn, a major investment from in Manhattan, named After Carl Icahn was the Queen's boy took his entire firm to Miami Beach and her cut on and cut his Relationship totally with New York City. Well, he's not alone. Ah, even in the midst of the high transmission rate of Corona virus in southern Florida. It's very high now, and Carl Icahn is up there. He's like in his eighties, right and a lot of men and women of wealth. They tend to be 50 plus More susceptible to getting Corona five. There's still in New York City, you say, Find me a property in Palm Beach County. Find me many a day can also remember the president himself has relocated. I mean, his home base now is not here in New York City. He doesn't feel loved here. And I mean, so he's probably like Nah. Oh, well, did you see? Did you see the three kids hopped the hedge fence at Mar a Lago a. K 47 Although it's closed now, I don't understand how they didn't know. I mean, how do you not know that? That's the president's property there. It's like there's no way to know every kid from that area has got to know that the president.
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"The nation. Despite the pandemic in the nation's capital, President Trump is promising a special evening tonight salute to America's celebration. And it'll be a busy night at the White House. The president first lady expected to welcome family friends, White House staff as well as doctors and nurses, first responders, law enforcement officers to the South Lawn of the White House to watch not only the firework celebration that get started in the evening, but also the military flyover that'll be happening over the National Mall may remember the split America that happened last year we saw dozens and dozens of military aircraft so far, The weather is good and DC it's hot, but it should be a good site for the flyover. Later on this evening, Fox's mark With many other cities also getting military flyovers today to mark the fourth health officials cautioning people to stay safe and even scaled down gatherings. Many communities have altered festivities or even canceled events by cessation. Hosni is in New York. The big Macy's fireworks display was split up into smaller five minute pop up shows across the city over in Chicago. Police are patrolling the beach is out there they remain closed in Florida. Orlando can't Ling. It's fireworks display altogether, and beaches like Miami Beach are now closed. Now there are concerned that without public displays, folks will hold private fireworks shows which could spread the virus. Even further. National Fireworks Association said. A record number of people are buying fireworks for personal use is here. Florida today.
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"Miami beach is about to start it's re opening process city officials say phase one will begin this Wednesday several hundred stores museums barber shops hair and nail salons are on the list but social distancing must be observed businesses are allowed to be populated but if fifty percent capacity N. hundreds of supporters of president trump are making their political views known on Florida's intercoastal waterway the gathering of watercraft took place on Saturday starting at little Jenny's by the Mayport navy base and headed south bound to sing Augustine back some of the president's fans aboard we flags and a split images of trump during the boat rally and Tampa's tourism development agency is getting ready for the first wave of Taurus is the cult in nineteen outbreak visit Tampa Bay City Santiago Corrado is watching the highways our strategy you know based on the intelligence that we're gathering from the industry is that at first people are going to be more comfortable you know taking a road trip you know getting in the car visit Tampa Bay has also been working on recovering lost convention business and Major League Baseball is planning to conduct up to ten thousand Copa ninety test per week the players agree to play Matt Manson has more the league submitted its safety protocols for half a season that would begin in July teams have the option of practicing for the season either at their home parks or other spring facilities in Arizona and Florida some of the guidelines include players sitting in the stands during the games and staying six feet away from one another while in the dugouts there will also be no showers at the ball park Matt Matt incident N. B. C. news radio and all the stair over reams scored a second round TKO over Walt Harris in the main event of UFC fight night in Jacksonville both fighters had their opportunities in the fight on Saturday but overall we knock terrace off balance with a kick to the head shortly before the match was stopped with Florida's news I'm Sean fan thanks for calling for like yeah how can we help you I heard at friendly kia is the number one volume kia dealer from here to LA yes and that your kia's are priced up to five thousand dollars less than other dealers yes and then I can get a sweet deal on the new kia telluride right now over the phone yes do you ever say no it's not we're in the business of saying yes so shoppers online and let friendly kia give you a friendly experience with friendlier pricing friendly kia dot com the Tampa Bay Lightning and USF athletics are teaming up with Papa John's.
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"Just today Florida's health department reported thirty nine new cases of the virus the majority of them in South Florida spring break in Miami beach canceled by that city's mayor
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"Our teachers and everyone of our students throughout our public school system Miami Dade schools superintendent Alberto Carvallo says students who don't have access to computers or tablets can pick one up at designated locations so they can continue quote long distance learning and a no nonsense Florida sheriff warns residents that anyone in order to isolate by the health department due to corona virus concerns better do so this is not a casual request folks the sheriff's office is fully capable of enforcing these orders and trustee you want to stay in your residence you do not want to stay in my hotel it's much more comfortable at home that was Palm Beach county's top cop Rick Bradshaw and reactions immersion Florida on news that into Gillam was involved in a police incident a Miami beach police report says early Friday officers answered a complaint call at a hotel with the former Tallahassee mayor was found to be related with two other men in several bagi suspected to contain methamphetamine the Tallahassee Democrat says Tallahassee city official Curtis Richardson is disappointed and concerned for Gilman is family Richardson said Saturday it isn't clear if there will be a negative impact on young black men for whom Gillam had been a strong role model Gil denies using any drugs and says he was in Miami beach for a wedding and a section of Miami beach closes as part of an effort to stop the spread of coping nineteen the closure between seven and ten streets on ocean Boulevard last night alone city workers to clean things up NBC Miami reports that mayor Dan Gelber said yesterday the preventive measures needed since right now thousands of spring breakers are congregating in the area governor Ron DeSantis said yesterday afternoon health officials now say there is evidence of community spread of coronavirus in neighboring Broward county with Florida's news hi Sean fat.
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"Because there was an article that appeared in the San Francisco rather in the New York Times called a crisis right now San Francisco and Manila face rising seas an estimated six hundred million people live directly on the world's coastlines among most hazardous places to be in the area of climate change now according to scientific projections the ocean stand arise by one to four feet by the end of this century with projections of more ferocious storms at higher tides that could be up in the lives of entire communities many people face the rest right now and what the New York times suggests is this two sprawling metropolitan areas offer a glimpse of the future one rich that's us one poor that's Manila they sit on opposite sides of the Pacific we have a population in the bay area of seven million did you know the metropolitan Manila area has almost fourteen million and the seas are rising in both places according to the times story climate change has a magnified the years of short sighted decisions no I allowed ground water to be pumped out so fast the land sag and turned to a bowl just as he was rising now what about us what about the bay area the bay area allowed people to build right at the water's edge putting homes highways even airports a lot of talk about the San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport at risk of catastrophic flooding now it's true we do tend to hold on often ingeniously as the water rises around us in some cases that's because their properties are properties are worth a lot for now at least or because they have so little I have no where to go no according to the times no I am the bay area face tough choices we could adopt to the rising tide which would mean moving people out of harm's way or we could try to force the water to adapt to our needs by raising their defenses and I still do there are some tough political decisions ahead what do they save on the water's edge what do we forsake how do we re imagine bi coastal cities in an age of climate disruption and the bay area in metropolitan Manila are both big and growing with a lot of people and things to protect on the coast how do you deal with the circumstances what do we do four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's start off with Gail in our calling from pacifica San Francisco but you grew up in pacifica Gail fire away hi John hi yeah I do not think that that again I lived there you can show last year and I noticed how teaching years ago date down right in when you like looking from the beach you look at it and it would be like almost eye level and then try to read your action I started noticing now you have to kind of look at getting the M. L. life you're definitely above eye level now and I tried out there me numbers or friend you know he did you notice that you see you see what I've seen in the inner people there aren't really aware of it but it's kind of scary how do you think people respond to it I don't I don't think they'll be moving but no they don't pay much attention you know yeah I guess until the water really hits well listen I appreciate your call I think it's important and let me remind you of the Pacific Ocean has risen four to eight inches along northern California shore a since the last century and so to the San Francisco Bay which is the oceans or largest estuary in the Americas now the argument is being made the depending upon the growth of greenhouse gas emissions the Pacific Ocean could rise to point four feet to three point four feet by twenty one hundred now are you aware that the California coastal commission is now encouraging city governments to start planning for the future either by fortifying their flood defences which is what's happening in foster city building dikes what will happen at SFO and Oakland International for we we could restore wetlands which we're doing or in some instances some instances people are being told to move add this is as difficult in the bay area as it is in Manila for let me add end of S. as difficult in in Miami beach in Florida or let me speak about what's happening in Venice and we did a whole program about what's happening in Venice so people's properties in investments are at risk I understand it's become very political and very emotional but I also understand well you remember we in San Francisco of approved a four point a rather a four hundred and twenty five million dollar bond measure the store start fortifying the sea wall along the bay front road the Embarcadero W. market are what are we two blocks from the Embarcadero are you aware that we approved a four hundred twenty five million dollar bond measure a for that now along that road which I can look out the window and see sites well some of the city's most expensive real estate and you know that below yeah since March and also the light rail tunnel and also part of the city's sewage infrastructure and you know that meanwhile the builders of new real estate development well there are there are just going ahead and building they're raising the old roads in warehouses by as much as ten feet and I just want to emphasize the San Francisco airport which since on title marsh lands is getting a five hundred eighty seven million dollar makeover to raise its sea wall did you know that are you aware Hey in pacifica or foster city foster city is built on on of some siding landfill and it's raised its property tax if you live in foster city give me a call four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten in foster city they raise property taxes to increase the height of a levee that protects the area from storm surges we've talked about that does anybody care and nearby county officials have rebuilt another levy to protect a golf course along with a low economic community called east Palo alto anybody listening in east Palo alto four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten and frankly here in our city of San Francisco ocean beach a caravan of dump trucks is shifting sand to control erosion I know that I see it and a portion of the adjacent coastal road which we know is the great highway is being moved inland what do you think of that Laura tam a policy director it's burned a very urban planning and research group said we basically build everything just about of the high tide line nothing was still thinking of future changes in diets we didn't think about sea level rise and we had a caller from pacifica I want to spend a minute on this I really want you to understand the danger is starkly demonstrated in pacifica where coastal bluffs are so swiftly eroding but city officials have already demolish some properties before they could fall into the water we've talked about that haven't we so I have to tell you we have a problem in one situation a force the waves have broken the garage doors of several homes neighbors windows have been broken by the pebbles tossed out by the beach the only thing that protects the properties in pacifica from arising see is a publicly funded the sea wall right out front erected by the way to safeguard a sewer line and coastal road in a bad storm when the waves pound that wall homes in pacifica shake four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to William calling from Belvedere Belvedere my god of the seas rise in Belvidere you've got a problem don't you William no I don't have a problem because I'm not down on the flat but the people down on the flat do you want the whole of the city to pay for their particular problem right what was he doing favors back up for sex would you explain to people what you just said also the people really understand this there's a Belvedere like perhaps other communities has one area that's high in another area that's flat the flat area is not is the one where the water's going to a fact not staff the high not the high area but the people living on what's called the lagoon the flat area they would like everybody to pay for their particular problems I mean a new where was when they walk the houses themselves may I tell you when bills are there was first developed my parents had very good friends who bought a house on the lagoon and I used to go over there it was wonderful to do and they're very well feeling the houses were not expensive then but they're very expensive now yeah and so all up paying you're helping to pay for their insurance because of FEMA in other words the government subsidizes the FEMA flood insurance so everybody's paying to to protect them at this point even though they're very wealthy people yes you have to be wealthy to live on the lagoon rockets but the point I was going to make is the the dealing with this in different ways as you pointed out sample just allow ever about a year and a half ago two years ago there was a a tax that we all voted for through the whole bay area to fortify the protections but that was based on a formula where in Google and the odds are very wealthy very hot and humid packets except they pay the same taxes it's a partial tax they pay the same taxes as a single family residence and many of us felt that that was very unfair so that the the the billion dollar company this got the billion dollar property pays the same amount for the taxes for that project as the person with a single family residence and that led to many people feeling was unfair and the Google and and pushed it they had advertising how we needed we needed we needed and we may need it but I don't think that that's the date that we needed to be stuck with the same amount of taxes as the giant the guy you know the the the the computer people down in on the financial I ask you a question before I let you go how do we solve this problem to just let it grow and faster what we do well I'm not I think in view of the way in which our society functions that we don't sell you know what I mean when the boats going down you might like to know how are you going to be able to stop it but sometimes you can't stop it the people are not going to stop driving we're not gonna have mass transit all of these things that could lead to global warming it's after everybody wants Iraq you may and on and on and on so you ask me a question I don't think we can get there from here so you're basically saying opreme while the deluge after me the deluge right okay new after all of us you know very good please your problem to partake Mason alone to excellent well you know you've you've not reassured me but I appreciate your call with him I just try to deal with it the mechanisms and the truth as I sort it gets involved and you mailed thanks very much all right four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten it's such a San Francisco.
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"A twenty twenty complete count committee to coordinate with the US census bureau member Liane sissy no executive director of the Florida coalition to end homelessness says they're canvassing the streets going to shelters and food banks trying to get an accurate and complete tally of the population since every Floridian must be counted especially individuals who are experiencing homelessness are always under counted because it's difficult to find them the U. S. constitution mandates the senses be taken every decade data collected determines the number of seats each state as in the U. S. house and it's also used to distribute billions in federal funding when the course men newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. president trump's twenty twenty one budgets arrived on Capitol Hill the more than four point eight trillion dollar budget plan was delivered to the house budget committee calls for major cuts to foreign aid and social safety net programs senior White House officials explain the budget would reduce spending on food and housing assistance and Medicaid by three hundred billion dollars cut foreign aid by more than twenty percent while raising military spending the fiscal twenty twenty one budget also includes a plan to extend the GOP tax overhaul passed in twenty seventeen the package is likely to face an up hill battle though in Congress especially in an election year you want to Hampshire voters are getting ready to go to the polls tomorrow for the nation's first primary most polls show Vermont senator Bernie Sanders as the front runner in the granite state former south bend Indiana mayor Pete bhut edges cruising into the New Hampshire primary with tail winds from last week's Iowa caucuses where he secured the most delegates despite it a bottle and reporting the results one candidate to watch is Joe Biden the former vice president had a poor showing in Iowa and could use some positive results mark Mayfield NBC news radio tenor three fire under investigation sparked overnight at a former law office in north Miami beach a spokesman for the buys a Yakov school of north Miami beach so they bought the building in northeast eleventh court near one hundred sixty third street were using it for storage somehow the this may have been an electrical fire and the big winners at the ninety second annual Academy Awards and the Oscar goes to Paris is.
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"Station your you are right now good afternoon plenty of sunshine temperatures still warm looking at lower eighties at the moment time al Lewis another crash of the bright line tracks and the candidates debate review coming out first let's check traffic dealer it wins in the WYO the twenty four hour traffic seven thanks down ninety five north bound to lay still heavy from downtown to the golden glades southbound delays heavy near Miami shores this reporter sponsored by compassion international to a lease on the palmetto from northwest thirty six street in northwest seventy four street seventy five south Bundy here in St cracked blocking the right lane in north Miami beach though north east one seventy second street both eastbound and westbound between Dixie highway US one serious crash involving a vehicle in a train blocking all lanes take northeast one eighty six street as your alternate right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international sponsor just text word child to eight three three nine three and sponsor child right now your next update of fifteen minutes news radio six ten W. I. O. D. eighty two degrees in Weston it's eighty one in pine crest at five oh one other reminder for drivers to not try and feed a train a mini Cooper of the tracks in north Miami beach lost its front end nobody was hurt that crash along northeast one hundred seventy First Street west XP highway the word on what the car was on the tracks traffic is being diverted around the area as you heard Taylor mention a firefighter suffering multiple broken bones and cuts to his face after falling down an elevator shaft this morning he was rushed to the hospital from the Neiman Marcus in the Belle harbor shops after that fall.