17 Burst results for "Nesky"

"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Most insurance companies offered. Not at all. It's called inland Flood insurance, and because of the climate change, they noticed that even holes that don't want flat ground. Are you know experiencing, you know, flood. So please extra enshrined siege it do they have inland flood insurance. Because we're right here at that time where you know the infrastructure. First of all should have, you know, really dealt with this problem in the beginning. I remember back in, you know, doing trump time they were trying to in planet Well, no one has any problem with actual infrastructure That is to say roads, bridges, dams and, of course, levees And what have you There's no argument over infrastructure. The argument is over. What you call infrastructure? Obviously, you're talking about real infrastructure thoughts. John was nesky. Well, I think that you know, I'm glad Hope called in from Pittsburgh because that's exactly right that there are things out there that homeowners can choose to obtain. But again, it all comes back to how much is it going to cost? And what's the long term prognosis is, if you keep throwing money at a problem, because every five or 10 years you get totally wiped out through a horrific storm or flooding. Then maybe it's time to think about being somewhere else not being in the path of the hurricane. Not being in the path of the floodwaters. Uh and a lot of that goes to where community settled, You know, not last year with 50 years ago, when There was, you know, the post World War two housing boom. A lot of places that had homes built in is that probably in retrospect, shouldn't have, uh, But now we've got to deal with it. All right. Pat and Sedona, Arizona. Hello. Hey, Jim. Uh, sir. Thank you for coming on the show. Uh, Here's my point. I live in the world. I don't live in the coastal area. I understand these people wanting to live a longer I was one of the volunteers that went down that the Katrina in New Orleans and now look at it has happened again to Louisiana. Lot of sliding a lot of damage and you say, Well, why should these people be living here? Well, let's look at a different way. How about if they have a lot more different building codes? For these areas like where I live in Arizona. We have four spires. And in California we have four stars, and they're very much like a hurricane. Very much like flooding. And where we do is as property owners. We mitigate our own property where we're looking for dead trees and stuff. I just spent the last four months Pulling out, but for four times worth a dead trees and bushes with all my neighbors, and that's that's a great thing. And I'm happy that you do that. I'm not sure quite how you prepare. Bye bye. Pulling out dead hurricanes. Let's say out of the ninth Ward of New Orleans pad. I mean, what you're doing is excellent. But I'm not sure that everybody in every circumstance can make that kind of advance preparation. There are certain natural disasters that you can help mitigate like he's talking about, uh, taking out the fuel from the forest to try to mitigate the fire damage. But hurricanes even the weather forecasters have a hard time pinpointing exactly where they're going to hit land and what their strengths going to be. And so the best way to avoid those problems is not to build in low lying coastal areas that you know, In many cases, some of these neighborhoods are foot or two above sea level. And so you get a storm surge and you get heavy rain and suddenly they're not a foot or two above. They're five or 60. Low. That's what we have to look at. How do we change that mindset? 26 65 Oh, Jimbo In 866554626, we'll be back with more.

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"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Blackly Jim Bohannon Show 18665 Jimbo 186655466. What do you do after the storm is gone? Out of the headlines. Of course, I must admit that we in the news business are are pretty much drive by reporters often, Ida been there done that well for a lot of people, and they have been there done that all those people in Louisiana still without power, people who have have died, they worry about their affairs being taken care of. In the clean up the fix up not easy, and of course, storms coming all types and at all locations. It's not just hurricanes. Jim and Kehoe, Goethals, Ohio for our guest, John was Nesky. Good evening, Jim. Hi, Jimbo. Great show as usual. Thank you. Hey, John, this place in New Jersey. How did they did They just rezone those houses so they can no longer live there. People just decided to sell or how did that work? In this one neighborhood that I mentioned earlier. It was a neighborhood that had been repeatedly washed out. I think at the time right after Sandy, it was their third flood in less than five years. The neighborhood has a long standing Army corps flood mitigation projects that just never seem to get started. And finally They were worn out as a neighborhood. The folks who live there speaking to them, and they just couldn't there, the thought of spending the time and effort Taking that money, rebuilding their homes, only to know that it was a matter of time. And so they got flooded again. And so that you know, I would say there's probably only 5% of the homes left on that street. Uh, some people, you know, they don't want to leave. They raised their houses up so that first floor is not flooded. But most people just I think it was achieved. They left out of fatigue. All right. Fair enough. Thank you, Jim for to Steve in Akron, Ohio now. Hello, Steve. Hi. How are you doing? They're both fine. Thank you, Uh, Uh, I have a question like around here in Akron. We really avoid. Uh, all these, uh, traumatic, uh, house destroying, uh, environment, you know, or the weather, you know? Uh, well, of course, Akron. I don't suppose you you face a lot of tornado threats or or hurricane threats. Uh uh, certainly you can have pretty nasty winters around their, uh, Steve. And climate change really business going on? Uh, lately, I wonders have been mild. Uh, but my question is, um Do I have to pay higher insurance because of all these other people who I mean, you know. I was living on the borders or oven. It fires out west. I mean, houses being burned down. Uh, you know, But around here, you know, I don't have your asking if if you have to pay for what happens to people and other other disaster prone areas. Yes. Okay, let's find out. Let's talk to John Wisniewski about that. I'm not. I mean, I'm sure that, uh, that there are forms of federal assistance that is paid for by by all federal taxpayers. But statewide. I mean, obviously you're not going to be paying California state taxes for California Wildfire, John Yeah, but what insurance company has to pay out massive claims. Uh, you know their business, and they have to raise rates to recover what they paid out. And so when there's a massive casualty event, whether it's a massive flooding or tornado damage or anything like that. And there are lots of claims being paid out. It usually results in there being higher premiums down the road and you can wind. The thing was higher premiums even if you're not one of the folks that made a claim. Yeah, that's true. A lot of not every everything that you pay is in the form of taxes. It's very true. Hope in Pittsburgh. Hello? Hope? Yes. Good evening, man. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Good and your guest was right being in the insurance industry. You know the loss ratio for territory does the fact that turned to way and there's many lawsuits? It's coming up in reference to that? But however, I want to let everybody listening that there's a new coverage that most insurance companies offered. Not at all. It's called inland Flood insurance, and because of the climate change, they.

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"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You've got wind damage and you know tornadoes are agnostic as to where they dropped down as they can drop down in a flood prone area and they could drop down in an area that's never seen water. That's a different kind of damage. And I think that a lot of insurance companies cover that as as really is telling us about, Uh, let's talk to Chuck in Greenwood, South Carolina. Hello, Chuck. Hello. Are you sure to say? Enjoy your show for the most part, But I got to disagree on people just needing to move from low lying areas if they don't want to get flooded out, because There's a lot of people that don't have anything to move with. Well, that's that's why I say, I think that the government ought to help them move. I have no problem with helping people move who can't afford to move. I have a serious problem with subsidizing them to stay there so that we can continue to pay them. Year after year after year. I'm just not in favor of subsidizing stupidity, but if they can't afford to move I think the the state or the feds owe it to them to help them. Move, Chuck. Until a certain faction of, uh Politics in this country doesn't want to do anything about the climate change issue this in our face with these ever ramping up storms. Oh, that are all this 100% attributed to global warming. Now some storms happen anyway. The extent to which they are attributable to global warming, of course, is part of a great National debate and so on and so forth, But it's not really our subject tonight. But in terms of helping such people, John Wisniewski, uh, I I think absolutely, for people such as Chuck described who can't afford to move? I mean, if the government is going to complain about that we owe it to help them move. I have no problem with that. Well, Jim. I think that's one of the reasons why people have continued to live in the areas they've lived in because they have nowhere else to go. They don't have the resources to move and I think that's a very good point. That if we want to stop Repeating the same cycle over and over again, then the program ought to be instead of paying money to rebuild in the same spot. Let's take that money and let's relocate to a better spot that is not going to fund that is not going to be subject to a year in and year out the damage that we're all things for. I think that We have to change as a nation. How we look at these things we have to recognize, as the caller said, you know, with with with climate change, this is only going to get worse. And if we not proactive doing something about it now, It's just going to cross a lot more in the future. Here's Paul in Zanesville, Ohio. Hello, Paul. Good evening, Jimbo. And I'm not going to tempt that last name. I think it's listening. Wiz nesky a W I s e n I e. W s k. I the I'll just asked John Point blank. Am I saying it right? You're perfect spot on Where's Nesky? Okay, Go ahead, Paul. Okay, sir. I have one of those last names to that's just hard to pronounce. Anyway. You know, my wife wants me to move to the Myrtle Beach. Here. We prepare house off. We're not too far from that. We can see the light in the tunnel. But have you ever had a scientific nerve act up on you? I don't know if that you have, or you know your listeners out there. Well, for those who are not familiar with that particular nerve. What does that have to do with our conversation? Paul? Well, I'm getting there. Um, if you know what's going to happen inevitably. So my wife wants to be moved down there. But I'm not going to because you know what are the cost of the insurance to move down there? You know you're going to get a hurricane, You know, sooner or later, So I want to move Maybe a little more to the Midwest. Something like that. But these people in the east coastal state to understand a lot, and they just don't have the resources. Well, now that we should help them with the resources Yeah, I mean, look, yes, They live in a very nice area and when there's no storms, it's it's a beautiful view, and it's a great place to live. But the problem is That when these storms come in their homes are destroyed. People are killed. We love to live by Iowa bodies of water, and that's why you'll find coastal areas. Myrtle Beach, certainly all down through Ah, Georgia and Florida and north into North Carolina and Virginia. You'll find coastal areas like that just filled with people. We understand what people want. People also want to lose weight on the Haagen Daz diet. Sometimes people want things that are not not terribly sensical 18665 Oh, Jimbo, 1866554626 and back in a moment. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything. First off Geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available 24 7 online or over the phone, But if it's so easy, you might start thinking.

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"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Talking with a veteran government official. John was Nesky from New Jersey, a place which has seen more than its share of some damaging hurricanes. But there are other kinds, of course of natural disasters as well. Tornadoes, wildfires, mudslides, you name it. Mother Nature sometimes gets up on the wrong side of the bed. Rita in Dallas calls in. Hello, Rita. Well, hello, Jim acted not agree with you more. Great. Okay, I'm gonna start Mhm. Are you? Are you still there? Rita, you kind of faded in and out. Could you go ahead, please? And I said, spoiling ahead plan ahead half ago. We had a tornado with them, and I'm in the bed in the middle of the city. So it's not like that. The country. Uh huh. Our house was totally demolished. Within. About 30 minutes. The responders were here blocked black straight off. We had evacuated. No problem. I called my insurance company at midnight left the message. I called a contractor. The next day I house was tart. We moved out. We had to move out for three months, took our pets with them with that, and we were out of the house for three months. Wow and We had no, I mean other than being inconvenienced. Everything was taken care of that cost us a penny. Okay, Now, when you say taking care of Rita, I'm curious. It was taken care of by the generosity of friends or was it taken care of by government programs Company? I'm sorry. Read it. I was curious when you say things were taken care of where they taken care of, by the generosity of friends or by government programs or the Red Cross by the insurance company that I paid for. Okay by your insurance, okay? Yes, All right, And it And including the loss of used So we had three months of very expensive, uh, part mint with myself, my daughter and I think that's very good that you had that kind of coverage. I'm curious. John was Nevsky is what read ahead in the way of insurance is that kind of comprehensive policy readily available and relatively inexpensive. It depends on what kind of risks you're trying to ensure for it. Hurricanes where you have flooding in low lying areas. A lot of times insurance companies won't touch it unless you have flood insurance and flood insurance can only be gotten through a subsidized government program. But when you have Tornado. You've got wind damage and you know tornadoes are agnostic as to where they dropped down as they can drop down in a flood prone area and they could drop down.

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"nesky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Was a community meeting about it last night. And so that's one of the actual options that's on the table. So that's something that organizations like the active Transportation Alliance and the Metropolitan Planning Council and, of course streets blog have been advocating for it. This is reset. I'm Sasha and Simon's. If you're just tuning in, we are talking with streets. Blog co editor John Green Field and also with us is Chicago writer and author. Mary was Nesky. We're talking about Lakeshore Drive and no, not about the potential name change that didn't get a vote in City Council yesterday. Instead, we are asking, Does Lakeshore drive need a bigger functional change? Should some lanes be converted into more pedestrian and cycling space? Or do we need to expand the beach space along the lakefront? We want you to weigh in to tell us how could lakeshore drive work better for you? You can join the conversation at 866915. W B E Z. Again. That is 866915. W b. E Z, Mary. Also in your op ed. You mention some park users who want to see the city. Just jackhammer. The whole thing is that even a possibility? I don't know that it's a possibility under our, um you know the way that the crucifixion the driver setup Now it's the Illinois Department of Transportation, City planners and learning how to revamp it. And right now they're looking at you know if they want to steal it. We're looking for preferred alternative by the end of the year. And their purpose and need statement that they set up for the dry, which was drafted back in 2014 doesn't envision cutting the number of cars according to the Audrey wanted the Metropolitan Training conscious so right now, radically reducing the drive would require a different statement, so it doesn't look like this can be done. You know, under the you know the current, you know the current way that they're looking at the drive. I just thought it would be important to point out that there you know, streets aren't inevitable the way that we have our current infrastructure. Sure is inevitable. We didn't always have wait for Dr. You know, it used to be open and it was built to accommodate. Uh, you know the patter Palmer's castle, and it used to be a place where people would walk and take their carriages and, you know, show off their hats. Yeah, it didn't always It wasn't always this high speed, um, drive and it wasn't meant to be this way. It wasn't many people, everyone you know who goes on the drive speeds and there are low and it's very crash prone and cities are starting to rethink. Oh, my, how they want highways in their space. And so I was suggesting that this might be a time to rethink this. This is very valuable real estate. And is this the best way to use it? Is there any precedents for a city getting rid of a major transit road? Because It would seem that the goal of a major city especially one like like ours would be to add transit infrastructure and not remove it. Well, this is Yeah. There is a precedent in Rochester, New York has is downsizing a highway. Um, and it is working on that right now on, Um Detroit is looking at this. Uh um And other other cities that New Orleans is also looking at. How can we use our space better? Because we had all these big stretches of interstate? Um, that, you know. Destroyed neighborhoods all over the country back and fifties and the sixties where you know tor into neighborhoods, um especially destroyed neighborhoods flowing into people of color because there was this idea that you know we have to You don't be able to have our cars do everything and get anywhere is the speed that we want and that people are rethinking that with climate change and with, you know, looking at the kind of destruction that the car culture is caused. Well, John, There are cities who have chunk. Their highways. As Mary mentioned. They've removed them or they've rerouted them so that neighborhoods can take advantage of the city's geography. What do you think Chicago could learn from those cities? Well, I don't think we really have to look at other cities. I think we can look at what has been done right here in downtown Chicago. Um, under the Richard Richard M. Daley Administration of the Chicago Department of Transportation wasn't even striping bike lanes in the central loop that was taboo. Um, you know, I'm not a big where I'm Emmanuel fan. But one thing that did happen under him. That was good. Was they sort of rethink they? We thought all the rules about what could and couldn't be done downtown. So they immediately started installing bike lanes downtown. And then eventually they started doing radical changes to the streets. I mean, if you take a look at Washington Street, for example, that used to be something like a four or five lane Street. And that has been radically remixed. They took parking lanes and travel lanes and converted those into Concrete protected bike lanes, island bus stations and dedicated bus lanes for the loop link Bus rapid transit system. It's not actually bus rapid Transit That's an express bus system. So that's something that you know If you propose that under the Daily Administration,.

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"nesky" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To get to Get it because of cap gentlemen hasn't Hoody because Miller didn't have any other yellow pad. All right. It's that Miller's fault, not the Friday folder, Danny Gentlemen, let's start with something going on. Currently. Right now there's some Gulf being played at the ocean. Course some golf Daddy. It's the P G. A freaking championship pay at the respect. It's dessert or false. That is some golf. True. True. It is some golf right now. A guy I've never heard of, and we'll probably never hear of again. Brendan Grace is your leader. He's at minus four Richie or Rickie A Richie were nesky. Somebody else I've never heard of and will never hear it again. Is that miners three? Christian visited into the house is also a Christian machine knew for three guys at the top of the leaderboard are three people I've never ever heard of. This is why golf sucks. Please, Tiger, heal up and get back. Really? You never heard of the guy tied for second named Brooks kept to Okay, That's fine. But he hasn't teed off yet. I'm reading you. The names of the guys currently playing that are on the leaderboard. Yes, I've heard of Brooks kept to the point is This is your leaderboard for eight championship. I understand what you're saying. Because you want to have name guys. You still have not been able to move the sport forward without Tiger Woods. And when you have grace and Bradley and we're nesky And was it booze and hope? Christian Bazian, who was eating the foods federals off the tongue. That's that's a name for.

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"nesky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Has Hamas militants fire into Israel, the latest in the escalation of tensions, the most intense since the 2014 war, leaving a number of people in Gaza at least three people in his real day. Real concern is that Israeli retaliation for that barrage towards Tel Aviv dozens of rockets into the second largest city in Israel is yet to come. There are some reports that inside Gaza, the Israeli military is texting people who are in tall, high rise civilian buildings. Sometimes these buildings are used to store Weapons infrastructure, and the Israelis are making clear that they will target these buildings in retaliation boxes Trey Yingst on the Israel cause of border. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would a televised address at Hamas and Islamic Jihad will pay a heavy price for the attacks. Police in Colorado Springs say they have a motive for Sunday's deadly shooting at a family party Keep Vince Nesky says the core of the horrendous act is domestic violence suspect who was in a relationship with one of the victims. Displayed power and control issues in this relationship. When he wasn't invited to a family gathering. The suspect responded by opening fire and killing six victims before taking his own life. The government has been identified as 28 year old Teodoro Masius and the victims are members of his girlfriend's extended family. Investigators say they don't know yet how he got the gun. The family of Andrew Brown Jr. A black man who died after being shot by police in Elizabeth City. North Carolina, has seen more of the video of the shooting family attorney Bacardi Sellars what we saw on that video Was an unjustified killing and salary, says from what he saw there should be further investigation into the shooting. Police have said they were attempting to several warrant on Brown. After getting information he was selling drugs. America.

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"nesky" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"nesky" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Entrepreneurs focus on talent exclusively right? I want the smartest people in my company, but I think they've often overlook the EQ elements of an employee right. The collaboration, the Cultural said. Do they within with the company is and what it stands for. So early on, I did make mistakes and hiring people that are very Smart, but we're also pretty destructive to the company and we're toxic. So I think hiring for both elements is very critical. But just spending time on hiring and cultivating talent and making sure your billet bring the best talent in both elements. I Q and accuse very quick. How do you measure EQ and you're hiring? It's very hard on and I think what we did was we established ascetic, a sort of core principles for the company. And it was after the company had been around for about a year and we said Okay, what does this company starting to feel like? In terms of culture. What is this standing for? We came up with a set of principles that we said OK, these are the three or four things that really matter to us as a company and then essentially being able to bring those into the interview, right. It's been very difficult, even with defined core principles, but you can ask him questions. Once you haven't defined the core prints for or cultural element that you can use to spot things that would either say, Oh, well, this person could really fit within the company's culture or wow, this person is could be a disaster. But part of it's just you don't know until you start Working with somebody right? And that's the coal fire fast, right. If someone you made a mis higher that happens all the time. Don't let it linger, because if it's a cultural issue, it could be very destructive and you could lose a lot of other good talent. As a result. What's your take on working from home? Do you let your employees do that at all? So we have what we call flexible work, environment, meeting people, different people coming at different times. There's no service that you have to be in here at 10 o'clock or nine o'clock, and you're trying to come in a little later Wednesday later. And you know, sales. People come in earlier using you to get on the phone, so we're not very strict around your time in the office. We care more about impact than face time. But we're so but the working from home and the distributed teams saying I've been sort of Ah, opponent of those things distributed teams, because one thing that that Employees will miss if they're not in the office all the time is again that culturally that being fitting within the company as it's growing started to change quickly, So I think you lose that the second he loses the collaboration right. A lot of decisions were made in real time when you're sitting down and saying, Hey, let's go grab lunch and talk about this product is and there's nothing quite like face time. It's much different one is over email when you're trying to collaborate. Yes, there's a lot of great tools out there. Will you slack we use, you know email, obviously, but there's just no replacement for face to face. Time with that said There are folks that will work from home once in a while and order more work from home once a month or once every few weeks. We don't prohibit that. But I think it's harder to really build the company want to build when everyone scattered and working from home and in the office. It's definitely so who would you say are some of the other key leaders and your company that you just could not run it without them. Oh, my gosh. Every relative leaders So our chief product officer Simon Morris, He's a very seasoned product person, but also date on engineering. He essentially him in my RCT. Oh, Jin Wan Nesky, Ron, the tech and products had the house. I'm not a technical founder. I although I wasn't is you're in a past life, so having someone that could stumble make your strength That's when you're building leadership team. You want people that could do something better than you can. It's what I've been able to do is hire people that are much better than the various things and I'm proud of that, right. I'm not intimidated at all by that, So I'm gene and inside. And run the tax side of our house. And that's such an important part of realty shares because we're attacked company. We're creating efficiency to technology. Another person that comes to mind is is our head of sort of capital markets Sales have your Benson. He was our fifth or sixth employee, and he's done such an amazing job growing with the company and becoming better at every step. So he's my right hand man and couldn't live without him. Couldn't run the business without him. And if you forgot anyone, he's sorry. Yes, there's others, too, that there is at the end. That's why Thank you, Everyone. Everyone's great, but those are just a few folks that come into my way. Have a great team. Well, thank you so much to my guests. Now, After all, he is the CEO and founder of Realty shares and we're here to inspire, inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs. I'm Alex swirly, and this is business rock stars..

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"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Here Road the market. It's gonna take you about 12 with traffic and weather together on the tense I'm nebulas ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time Saver Traffic WTMJ five day forecast this morning pretty chilly out there inland temperatures dipping into the single digits. Also, we're in the teens. Mostly sunny skies today. Beautiful day High 35 Tonight Increasing clouds with a chance of a light wintering mix late below 26 little bit of a wintry mix in the morning on Thursday, then snow likely in the afternoon 2 to 4 inches of snow in Milwaukee, 4 to 6 inches north west of Milwaukee High 36. Friday. Mostly cloudy with flurries, windy and very cold 15 for the high wind shields minus 15 minus five Saturday. Partly cloudy, windy and very cold. A high of 10. Wind chills is lowest, minus 25. On Sunday. Slight chance of snow early. Partly cloudy, windy and bitter cold. The high of two degrees windshields minus 30 I'm meteorologist Brian is Nancy, with the storm team forecast on WTMJ. Madison 12 Green Bay 10 Walker shot 11 at 16 degrees in Milwaukee at WTMJ. You missed a lot while you were sleeping Time to catch up with Wisconsin's Morning news featuring Jean Miller, Jane Matinee Air Brian D. With Sports Debbie Lhasa Gone Traffic and Brian is Nesky Hedger Storm team forecast now live from the Annex, Wealth Management Studios and radio City. Here's Jean Miller. You just heard in great detail what we are to expect starting Late tonight into tomorrow, then continuing into the weekend. First, the mix than snow to the four inches in Milwaukee more north and west. And then the bitter cold for everybody into the weekend. And that bitter cold is going to continue from the looks of things at least through the middle of the month. Like the 17th is the furthest I could see it extended forecast, and we're not gonna crack 30 or maybe going to get into the twenties. Not this weekend, obviously, but maybe next, So get ready. January in February is upon us. And this is offering up a life act, too, He says. Once whatever we get tomorrow stops, get it off your driveway or sidewalk immediately. Actual. True. Accumulating snow probably wraps up tomorrow night. So can you get out there tomorrow night? That'd be great. If not do it definitely first thing Friday morning because temperatures will be crashing on Friday, and whatever lands in whatever form is going to turn to concrete. Yeah, pretty much get it up if you can, because it's gonna stay cold all through next weekend beyond 8 14 Brian D Does sports next? I'm Rick Adelman. And I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind. You're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places..

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"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is Nesky Has your storm team forecast now live from the Annex, Wealth Management Studios and radio City. Here's Jeanne Miller. It was a surprise, I guess talking about Dustin Diamond. The actor from Saved by the bell played screech. She was 44 died yesterday of a very aggressive form of cancer. We knew he was in bad shape It was described in TMZ is is pretty aggressive. One thing anybody thought it was gonna be this aggressive, like weeks. Since the news came out, but he had Wisconsin ties, of course over the house in Port Washington. Had that incident the bar where someone got stabbed. He did jail time and all that business. They just made us think earlier in the show, But you know the rigors of being famous at an early age and what that does to some people, and many handle it well, the disaster now others do that true Berry more handsome issues. Now look, she's host your own daytime show, man. You know it, ZAY supposed like anybody else any other job, But we know it because we grow to love these. Well, they become part of who we are saved by the building. Speak to me, but it's worth two generations of kids because it had what three incarnations? Yeah, it was a little bit after my time in terms of its prime, But I remember watching it as a kid on reruns on certain stations, like ABC family used to play it all the time, and you would watch it then. So you got sucked in and it was meaningful to a generation just a little bit older than me. For sure, and You're right with these child stars. You just wonder how much they love it versus how much they're pressured into it by their parents or their answer uncles or somebody. That's an adult. That's pushing them tow live one of their dreams that they didn't get to live out. In a lot of cases. It screws people up in a pretty serious way, and it's just it's sad. Obviously, the see Dustin passed away. That was the way that he did with an aggressive form of cancer like that such attacking either. I mean, it could be sports. You know some some kid that's being forced to live out a parent's dream against their will, but they don't One. Let mom and your dad down, and there's a huge monetary commitment in some cases, but the kid and I've heard this in in a lot of cases where the kid gets the like high school says I'm done. I just don't wanna do it anymore. I will be a kid. I don't want to do this on brother. Kids works out great and other families who works out great, but Yeah. You see the the other beyond child actors and actresses that gave it up and went and other things and showbiz. I was, think around, Howard, help my gosh. How how Well, he fit in in the scene to the point where you know it was a decent child actor. But the fantastic director. Look what he's done with his career and seems very well adjusted. But For every story like that. You get a Judy Garland or again. I've got to bump into some of these people in their later years to where they just didn't have anything After that. That moment in the sun, Butch Patrick of the Munsters, the kid that played the man as a kid played any of the child. Yeah, And And that was who he was gonna be the rest of his life. He had a couple other little nibbles of things and Had some issues later in life in the I guess without was checked out his his bio to see where he is now, E guess he's 10 years clean and sober, and he's doing some other things so you know, can happen to anybody but me again. When you become famous and an early age, there's always a question. Whatever happened to Sometimes maybe you don't want to know the answer so much pressure. 7 15 Sports with Brian de Neck sponsored by Green Bay Outfitters fishing charter. Hey, that fishing trip to Canada. It ain't happening with covert their borders are closed..

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"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Honan Bridge. Not gonna be good. We got 43 north and South bound with lots of accidents as well. It's not 94. So be prepared for that out West little bit drier, But there's a lot of snow blowing around with traffic and weather together on the tens. I'm Debbie. Logical wtmj paella wi dot com Time Saver Traffic WTMJ five day forecast this morning slow Go out there it is coming down with the snow. Also very windy periods of snow and windy through the day today 68 inches of total snow for the Milwaukee area and lakeshore. 3 to 6 inches elsewhere. High temperature 26 for tonight Mostly cloudy. Slight chance of lake effect. Snow could bring some additional accumulation if it unfolds. Low temperature 20 Wednesday Mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. 24 Thursday mostly sunny and cold. 23 Friday Partly cloudy 32 Saturday wintry mix to some snow possible late and a high temperature of 34 I'm meteorologist Brian Niznansky. With Storm Team forecast on WTMJ Medicine 18 Green Bay 20 Walker shot 25 It's 27 in Milwaukee. WTMJ. You missed a lot while you were sleeping. Time to catch up with Wisconsin's Morning news featuring Jean Miller, Jane Madden Air Brian D. With Sports, Debbie Lhasa Gone Traffic and Brian is Nesky Hedger Storm team forecast now live from the Annex Wealth Management Studios and Radio City. Here's Jean Miller. We've got all the way they're going on the biggest storm of the season to date, another one, maybe coming on Saturdays. There's just alluded to Brian is Nancy will join us live to freshen up before cast. That'll be it a 21. If today's garbage Day for you in Milwaukee or recycling, they forget about.

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"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Traffic tip line at 414203 81 100, I'll try and get it down the air. With traffic and weather together on the tens. I'm nebulas ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Pensive ATTACK WTMJ five day forecast this morning periods of snow windy out there. The snow is going to come down heavy at times of slow morning commute Expected 68 inches of total snow today in Milwaukee and lakeshore 3 to 6 inches elsewhere. High temperature of 26 degrees for tonight Mostly cloudy. Just a slight chance of some lake effect. Snow alot of 20 Wednesday Mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. 24 Thursday mostly sunny and cold. 23 Friday Partly cloudy and 32 Saturday wintry mix her snow possible late again. A high of 34 I'm meteorologist Brian Niznansky with the storm team forecast on WTMJ Madison 18. Green Bay 20 Walking Shot 25. It's 27 in Milwaukee at WTMJ. You missed a lot while you were sleeping. Time to catch up with Wisconsin's Morning news featuring Jean Miller, Jane Mattan Air Brian D. With Sports Debbie Lhasa Gone Driving and Brian is Nesky Hedger Storm team forecast now live from the Annex Wealth Management Studios and Radio City. Here's Jean Miller. WTMJ Fleet Farm Storm Team alert coverage continues is this told you that winter Storm warning is gonna be with us at least until six o'clock tonight list. Things lead up, and I'm not even gonna try to interpret the radar. It's just a big batch of white right now what we're seeing in studio. Uh, the sooner it lights up, the better for all involved, but it doesn't look like it's gonna be doing that any time soon. And then, of course, there's Lake Enhancement versus Lake effect. Snow that could roll in tonight 50 50 chance of that new says Well, maybe you're from him about that a little bit later, but We may not be done once the actual storm event itself. Let's up the Northeast wind over the lake could mean additional accumulations. You need closings. Delay information. Just go toe wt mj dot com And if you could do so safely if you're seeing something out there that we should know about the AC unit Mortgage talking text.

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"nesky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My CI's Nancy Solomon reports on their fight to limit the influence party insiders can have in state elections. When John was Nesky ran in the 2017 Democratic primary for governor. He was a state assemblyman, riding a wave of popularity and name recognition, thanks to his role, leading the investigation into the Bridgegate scandal. When the votes were cast he only one in Salem County. Not coincidentally, it's one of only two counties in New Jersey, where the local political machines don't choose who gets the best position on the primary ballot. So in Salem. Business keys name was prominently displayed on the ballots. Top left side. What does underscores is that if you are somebody who aspires for office You have to go through. And get approved by the establishment in order to be a candidate. New Jersey is the only state that allows county party organizations or political machines to design the primary ballot. That means they decide which candidates a group together and whose name appears in a dominant position that confers an electoral advantage. It's called the county line, and its value is as good as gold. It allows a candidate for state or local office to have their name bracketed beneath that political brand like governor Phil Murphy or U. S. Senator Cory Booker. Now, a lawsuit filed by a long shot congressional candidate and last year's primary is getting some firepower behind it. New Jersey Working Families Alliance and its director Su Altman, But you say this to somebody in New Jersey and then they're like, Wait. You're going to do what I can do that, like you're never gonna work in Jersey politics. If you lose this, you're gonna be blacklisted for life like All right, well, Okay. Coleman's group is joining a federal lawsuit that asks the court to rule the current ballot design unconstitutional. The lawsuit is also being joined by already cry Bick, who unsuccessfully primary Congressman Josh got Heimer and other outsider candidates who have tried to break the incumbents lock on power. State Senator Nick's guitar. E, who also serves as the chair of the Union County Democratic Party, says he thinks the endorsement process and ballot design is fair and serves a valuable role in screening candidates. I think it went stores the best candidates. The organization takes the selection of candidates very seriously on It's a democratic system made up of Democratic Party members that are all elected. Democratic primary voters. While Union County holds an open vote. Other counties make their decisions behind closed doors. I think that this really at its core is an issue of democracy Election law attorney Brett Poo gotchas representing the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, he says. Party machines often place challengers in what's known as ballots, Siberia. Column to the far right, separated by a dozen empty columns with the best known candidates. It leads to a situation where candidates are kind of beholden to their county boss is more than they are representative of their constituents. And that's a fundamental problem. Research shows that candidates who are given the county line In a 250,000 vote advantage in a statewide primary. Those benefits extend down the ballot. So, for example, an incumbent state legislator hasn't lost a primary in New Jersey since 2009 Nancy Solomon W N. Y C news Coming up later on morning edition here on W. N. Y C. President Biden has issued a flurry of executive orders many designed to reverse policies set in place by the previous administration. Really combat climate change in a way that we haven't done so far. And advanced racial equity and support other underserved communities. But experts caution that Biden will only be able to do so much with these actions will have more on that coming up.

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"nesky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My CI's Nancy Solomon reports on their fight to limit the influence party insiders can have in state elections. When John was Nesky ran in the 2017 Democratic primary for governor. He was a state assemblyman, riding a wave of popularity and name recognition, thanks to his role, leading the investigation into the Bridgegate scandal. When the votes were cast he only one in Salem County. Not coincidentally, it's one of only two counties in New Jersey, where the local political machines don't choose who gets the best position on the primary ballot. So in Salem. Business keys name was prominently displayed on the ballots. Top left side. What does underscores is that if you are somebody who aspires for office You have to go through. And get approved by the establishment in order to be a candidate. New Jersey is the only state that allows county party organizations or political machines to design the primary ballot. That means they decide which candidates a group together and whose name appears in a dominant position that confers an electoral advantage. It's called the county line, and its value is as good as gold. It allows a candidate for state or local office to have their name bracketed beneath that political brand like governor Phil Murphy or U. S. Senator Cory Booker. Now, a lawsuit filed by a long shot congressional candidate and last year's primary is getting some firepower behind it. New Jersey Working Families Alliance and its director Su Altman, But you say this to somebody in New Jersey and then they're like, Wait. You're going to do what I can do that, like you're never gonna work in Jersey politics. If you lose this, you're gonna be blacklisted for life like All right, well, Okay. Coleman's group is joining a federal lawsuit that asks the court to rule the current ballot design unconstitutional. The lawsuit is also being joined by already cry Bick, who unsuccessfully primary Congressman Josh got Heimer and other outsider candidates who have tried to break the incumbents lock on power. State Senator Nick's guitar. E, who also serves as the chair of the Union County Democratic Party, says he thinks the endorsement process and ballot design is fair and serves a valuable role in screening candidates. I think it went stores the best candidates. The organization takes the selection of candidates very seriously on It's a democratic system made up of Democratic Party members that are all elected. Democratic primary voters. While Union County holds an open vote. Other counties make their decisions behind closed doors. I think that this really at its core is an issue of democracy Election law attorney Brett Poo gotchas representing the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, he says. Party machines often place challengers in what's known as ballot Siberia. Column to the far right, separated by a dozen empty columns with the best known candidates. It leads to a situation where candidates are Kind of beholden to their county boss is more than they are representative of their constituents. And that's a fundamental problem. Research shows that candidates who are given the county line gain a 250,000 vote advantage in a statewide primary. Those benefits extend down the ballot. So, for example, an incumbent state legislator hasn't lost a primary in New Jersey since 2009. Nancy Solomon W N. Y C news Coming up later on morning edition here on W. N. Y C. President Biden has issued a flurry of executive orders many designed to reverse policies set in place by the previous administration. Really combat climate change in a way that we haven't done so far. And advanced racial equity and support other underserved communities. But experts caution that Biden will only be able to do so much with these actions will have more on that coming up in about 15 minutes. Today on all of it with Alison Stewart a round up of the best international television series to check out now from Call My Agent to Midnight Diner that's coming up today at noon here on W N. Y. C. 25 degrees. Now mostly sunny skies Today with a high around 40 degrees this afternoon tonight a 20% chance of snow starting overnight. We'll have a low around 32 degrees. It's w N Y. C. Support for W N. Y. C comes from the Carlos Watson show. Journalist, CEO and talk show host Carlos Watson is dedicated to taking viewers out of the Echo chamber from Mark Cuban and Pat Mahalakshmi to Meghan Kelly and Tana Haci coats weekdays on YouTube..

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"nesky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Well, it is. We're gonna find out who exactly makes The Super Bowl. It is snowed overnight and Green Bay Now they were expecting that they have a tarp on the field and the The field underneath it. It was cutting edge when it was first put in back. Guess Lambo opened in the early sixties heating coils. And so the fields not going to be a problem if it shouldn't be soggy because the tarp would have kept the snow off the field. But there is snow, and it's snowing this morning up there, but they expected to Paper office. The morning goes along Kansas City. Is it Z going to be chilly, and that's about it doesn't seem to be any weather right there, but we'll see. Meanwhile, The Chiefs are hopeful that they're running back Clyde Edwards. L air will be able to play today get a big game when the Chiefs played against the bills earlier this season, so we'll see. Sammy Watkins, one of their wide receivers and running back Lady on Belle are both unlikely to play. That's according to ESPN, So they get Edward Celera in And it looks like Watkins and Bell out. So that's the latest on that. You know, when you when you tune in, You want great information? What I what I turn into these pre game shows and there's a million of them out there. Well, not a million, but there's there's 67 of them out there, and they're all different talking heads in their old babbling away about this and that I often wonder how do these people know this? I mean, are they make that they're not making it up. But who are they talking to the people that they're talking to? No what they are talking about. And I've never had that problem. With my next guest in his show. He works on the pregame show Fox Fox. They've got the NFC contract. And John's are Nevsky has been a great guest of this program for many, many years. He's their information guy. It is from His lips whispering in. Do Terry Bradshaw's ears that comes out of Bradshaw's mouth and into your living room. Think about that chain of command. Anyway. Any time we can get John's RNs Cheon on a Sunday it's a good day. John, How are you on this Glorious Conference championship final Sunday. Really good can really good but the end of the season for me. We don't have the Super Bowl so The championship games there the end of the line, which I'm Very much looking forward to. Yeah, Yeah, it's it's on the one hand, there's a sadness. On the other hand, there's amazement that the NFL got through this thing without canceling any games. It's amazing, isn't it? It's a freaking amazing I'll say this, though we had I worked every day of the week. This year. We had games Monday. Tuesday Wednesday, Chris We had Thursday night football on frocks. We had the game on Friday. Christmas Day, Of course, Saturday game, So I mean, they did. They did postpone and move games and stuff like that. But it is your right can. It's amazing. They got the whole season and And we're gonna have a Super Bowl. Regardless. I mean, I think know not as many fans and not the big thing is in the past, but I think you know it's gonna be something. Yeah, it ought to be amazing. And I was thinking earlier this week, the first Super Bowl that was ever played in Tampa. I was working in television in Tampa back in 1984 was the Raiders and the And the Redskins, and it was great excitement. And, of course, now they moved into a new stadium. But it's back in sample again. It's been there multiple times, and the Buccaneers would love to be the host team. They gotta get by Grand Bay. And I don't You know, I I'm hoping for Tampa in this game. I don't know if they can get by Green Bay, and it's hot as Aaron Rodgers is even on an afternoon like this. What? It's going to be frigid. What do you think? Yeah, I'm surprised that you're Most people don't want to hear about Tom Brady anything more, but I just like saying I think they have a chance. The Bucks, but But the biggest problem is that Rogers is in its own man on paint. Unbelievable. So cool and it doesn't know Randy's got some pressure on. They never really touched him last week. I know Donald was 100% and everything but They're lining block. Great. You've got to really good backs. I'm always like there aren't Jones. He's great at the back filled in tough runner, Right? E just the big kids Can campus defense step up? That was easy to be breathed for them last week, because Drew really couldn't throw the ball. It didn't look beyond 15 yards so they could sit on everybody. Well, they can't sit on the package. My neighbors. Because he could throw it Don't downtown regardless of the weather and the wind and Lambeau, and I think that's the whole key to the game for the young corner. Stand up, Theo. Heaven Light a great young loan linebacker. Can he covered Jones out of the backfield like he did Camaro last week? Yeah, you know, And you mentioned you mentioned the Tampa second. Jeremy Davante. Adams is terrific. Carl and Davis. Hey, gets picked on a lot, but he'll probably line up against Davante Adams. I think that's probably the premier match upto watching this game, don't you? Yeah, and I totally agree. I'm glad you mentioned that e think Davis is built. He's tall, and he's got long arms. I mean, physically. He's going to be a really good corner. Now. Adams is the best receiver football without it out and Really slick and it'll be a tough matchup, but I think David As the least the tools and he's aggressive and stuff. So I think it'll be interesting to watch how young some corner is only 24. Holds up against Adams has been Lights out all season. 18 Touchdown Fully Co they missed like 2.5 games in his first game back with that blowout in Tampa, you know and The Bucks just beat the crap out of Rodgers and the Packers that day, so I don't think they're seeking revenge or anything because their teams a lot better today than it was back then. Yeah. You know, it's interesting how I had had watched that game. I watch a lot of the book in your games because of my prior affiliation with that franchise. What the Bucks did something to Rogers in that game that a lot of teams don't want to do. They played zone. They played zone a lot in that game and Rogers for whatever reason, not just in that game, but in any game when somebody throws own defense, Adam He just doesn't perform as well as when the other guys play, man. Do you think the Buccaneers can come out of the same kind of defensive philosophy in this game? I think they can hold. You know it, can it can it get in. Some pressure up the middle on him. Move Erin office spot. He really like to just sit there right in the middle, and, you know, take care of care of the ball there, but Don't mail the dough. Bring five and Todd Bowles because a corner does like the blitz. I think that's the key. And I think it will be interesting if The fight of their fighter. Yeah, Here's a loaded. I think there's a chance he could play fractured his ankle. I think after mid season and I would give them first. Who has played well, uh, his oldest he is and stuff like that. So I think they have a chance that they got to get pressure and they gotta move Aaron Rodgers in the pocket and make life a little uncomfortable like they did and that when back in week six Johns are nesky fox sports dot com. Our guest of the other game is too. May I make is really intriguing. Here you got the bills or the upstart team. They're playing very well. And the Chiefs defending Super Bowl champs looking to be a repeat for a winner in the Super Bowl, first time and Almost 20 years. I'm wondering in this game. Buffalo doesn't run. They don't run the football. I don't know how many times they run it. They've run the ball this year, but it's not a lot. I think it's like maybe like like 65 66 yards. Carrie, but they treat their short passing game like runs. I think that might work against that chief's defense. I think Buffalo's got great perimeter speed. What do you think? I do I I've been going back and forth on this game. My on who to pick and Think the bills they're really intriguing. They lost their best runner that rookie model couple games back and cemeteries. Justin. Okay, guy, their best runners, probably the quarterback, right? Yeah, with the ball in the panty. It's tough. It's really hard to bring down. I never saw her the game here in the season, where he Yeah. He took care of it. These are the guy in the pocket. Just You know, I think he hit his face mask and stuff like that. Looks like the guy over. The guy's really a tough kid and I agree with you, if easily underneath is a tough matchup. Uh, For for the chief. Thing is,.

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"nesky" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Good morning I'm had occurred. It's a busy day for the Senate tomorrow. Monday is the formal start of President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial 53 weeks after his first trial. Began. This is where the nine house impeachment managers or prosecutors walked the article of impeachment to the Senate. Just one article of impeachment. This time incitement of insurrection the House adopted the following resolution with the article is read to the sense that the managers are recognized. But the trial really doesn't begin in earnest until February. 9th giving both sides time to prepare boxes Chad program, the Senate also expected to confirm worth President Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees this week. Ah full Senate Vote tomorrow is expected to confirm Janet Yellen is Treasury secretary days after the Senate Finance Committee unanimously advanced her nomination. Yellen, the former chair of the Federal Reserve would be the first woman to lead the Treasury Department. President Biden's choice for Commerce secretary. Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo faces the Senate Commerce Committee tomorrow. Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm was scheduled to testify to the energy and natural resource is committee Wednesday. President Biden has nominated her for energy secretary in Washington Shared Halpern Fox News Washington Monument's closing again this time because of covert 19. The National Park Service says visitors will not be allowed in the monument until further notice to keep them and people who work in the monuments safe. The monument closed January 11th to keep it safe. Ahead of the inauguration. A 17 year old boy is dead after being found with gunshot wounds in a car along route 50 and buoy Police found the teen around four yesterday afternoon, according to Buoy police Chief John Nesky. Prince George's county homicide detectives are investigating. The pandemics taking a toll on kids mental health, especially those during remote learning, according to psychologist Dr Jessica has been with Quince Orchard like psychotherapy. We notices increases in depression and anxiety and stress, better occurring and social isolation. Just exacerbates those so to be able to have some form of into in personal or in person. Interaction would be really beneficial for these kids, mental health and also the adult sitter there as well. She's part of a coalition pushing for return to schools, she says. If your kid's suffering, make sure that he or she has some form of non screen based socializing, whether it's with you, or socially distance get togethers with friends. W. M A L SPORTS. It's conference championship time in the NFL as well learn which two teams will go head to head and Super Bowl 55 starting with the NFC championship. The Packers hosts the Buccaneers at Rio five in the SEC championship, the reigning Super Bowl champs, the chief's host, the Bills Kickoffs at 6 40. The caps play the Sabers at three. The entire University of Michigan Athletic Department is pausing after several positive tests for the new covert 19 variant that transmits at higher rates. The State Department of Health and Human Services issued the mandate yesterday with the school, saying it follows the positive covert 19 tests. Several individuals linked to the athletic department up next traffic and weather. This is what's going on.

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"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nesky" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Either. Then 7 94 north and South bound lanes are looking clear traffic and weather together on the tens. I'm Kevin Wells. Wtmj pellet of you. Com Time Saver Traffic WTMJ five Day forecast today will be mostly cloudy with a couple of flurries. A breezy day with Gus between 25 30 Miles an hour. Eyes in the low thirties, but it will feel cooler due to that wind overnight. Tonight. Mostly cloudy chance for a few flurries lows in the mid twenties. Mainly cloudy on Tuesday, a little warmer ties in the mid thirties By Wednesday, we're up to about 40 Still mostly cloudy, a little bit breezing Thursday cloudy We've got the chance to see a few scattered rain or snow showers. I still close to 40 little cooler by Friday loaded mid thirties for highest cloudy with some scattered snow showers. Meteorologist Kristen Cursing with the storm team forecast on WTMJ Medicine 24 Green Bay and Walkinshaw 21. It's 21 in Milwaukee and WTMJ. You missed a lot while you were sleeping time to catch up with Wisconsin's Morning news featuring Jean Miller. Jane Matt in there. Brian D. With Sports, Debbie Lhasa Gone Traffic and Brian is Nesky Hedger Storm team forecast now live from the Annex Wealth Management Studios and Radio City. Here's Jean Miller. Saturday afternoon. Packers Rams Lambeau Field 3 25 kick off our pregame show opening price starts at noon on Saturday. Brandy will be hosting that and I looked back into the way back machine. This is the 96 time that these two teams have met the Rams date back to 1937. They started out in Cleveland back then. Around their second hitch in La La Land won that was broken up by the two decades that they spent in ST Louis starting in 1995 most recent game between the 2 October 28 2018 L. A won that game 29 27 snap to Roger's rushes on himself. Nobody picked out there in Donald, who makes his second sack of the game back inside the 20 yard line. Donald, one of seven Rams hurt in last weekend's Elia, winner with the Seahawks in Seattle, Les Les would go on to win the NFC. Idol led season before losing to the Patriots in Super Bowl 53 by the by if I remember that game correctly, that was the time Montgomery game.

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