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Lady Gaga's dogs recovered safely in Los Angeles

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 3 hrs ago

Lady Gaga's dogs recovered safely in Los Angeles

"Goes to French Bulldogs stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog. Walker earlier this week have been recovered unharmed. A woman brought the dogs to an LAPD station. Police say the woman who dropped off the dogs appears to be quote, uninvolved and unassociated with Wednesday night's attack. It's not immediate clear, though, how she came into contact with the dogs. The dog, Walker was shot once as he walked three of the singer's dogs in Hollywood. Video showed a flight sedan pulling up to men jumping out. They struggled with the dog Walker before one, pulled a gun and fired a single shot before fleeing with two of the dogs. Doctors expect Lady Gaga is Dog, Walker will make a full recovery. It's not clear whether Lady Gago's dogs were specifically targeted in that attack. She had offered a $500,000 reward for the return of her dogs. Whose names by the way, our coaching and Gustaf with no questions asked. We don't have detail on whether the woman would be in line for that reward living through the

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J&J Single-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Gains Backing From FDA Advisory Panel

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:40 sec | 6 hrs ago

J&J Single-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Gains Backing From FDA Advisory Panel

"Tool in the fight against Covad 19. ABC is Aaron Could Turkey reports an FDA advisory panel has recommended the Johnson and Johnson vaccine clearing the way for emergency use authorization. After a daylong hearing the FDA is Vaccine Advisory committee considered a single question. The benefits of the Beyonce and covert 19 vaccine outweigh its risks. Or use an individual's 18 years of age and older. The panel voted unanimously in the affirmative, relatively using call. It clearly gets way way over the bar, and it's nice to have a single dose vaccine. Johnson and Johnson has four million doses ready to ship is soon as Monday.

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UC Davis Health debuts plans for hospital tower project

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 7 hrs ago

UC Davis Health debuts plans for hospital tower project

"Major plans unveiled today for a new U. C. Davis, California tower. At the medical center is going to be 16 stories high a million square feet of space. Most of the rooms could be easily transferred to become ICU room if rooms if necessary. Another major addition to our own kind of healthcare corridor over there by the UCD Medical Center. The expectation is to have it all done well before 2030. Because that's a deadline regarding earthquake preparedness and safety for a lot of hospitals around the state,

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$15 minimum wage not allowed in Biden’s Covid relief bill

Lance McAlister

00:23 sec | 7 hrs ago

$15 minimum wage not allowed in Biden’s Covid relief bill

"No longer included on a massive coronavirus relief package. The Senate parliamentarian ruled that it couldn't be packaged in the nearly $2 trillion covert plan. That's because Democrats are passing the covert measure under a process that allows a simple majority vote. The minimum wage increase doesn't meet the standards to be included. Democrats are trying to boost the minimum wage to $15 an hour I'm Brian

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Philadelphia eases restrictions for restaurants, retail and sports venues

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 8 hrs ago

Philadelphia eases restrictions for restaurants, retail and sports venues

"Has had tighter restrictions than the state, but that ends Sunday. That means retail stores conduct all the number of customers allowed inside at one time senior centers can open for the first time since the shutdown, with some limits. Indoor venues such as movie theaters and sports arenas can have 5 to 10% of their normal capacity, depending on size. With a cap of 500 people. Outdoor venues can have 5 to 15% of capacity with a cap of 2500 Health Commissioner Tom Farley says the city is not expanding indoor dining but will allow larger tables outdoors up to six. And diners don't have to be from the same household is a change there going effect on March 1st. They're a little bit complicated. We're getting us more closely in alignment with the state one step closer to best friend. Turning to normal doctor, Farley says. All of this depends on consistent universal mask Wearing and one restriction that won't change is the ban on indoor catered events what he calls the highest risk activity for spreading covert

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President Biden, first lady Jill Biden visit Houston as many recover from devastating winter storm

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 8 hrs ago

President Biden, first lady Jill Biden visit Houston as many recover from devastating winter storm

"We're gonna turn now to President Biden's visit to Texas today. The president wanted to get a firsthand look at the destruction from last week's deadly storms and offer support to Texans have been struggling to find food, water and shelter here. CBS is Janet's family in Tonight the biting administration's first trip to a state devastated by disaster, the president and first lady welcomed by Governor Greg Abbott and other leaders. Last week's Arctic blast left millions without heat and running water across several states. My ceiling just caved in in their bedroom, but Texas bore the brunt president toward the region's emergency management hub, Learning workers slept on floors and in stairwells during the height of the storm, saving people wrong. Mother would say, sure you do God's work. Dr. Jill Biden help pack boxes of the Houston Food Bank, where demand has surged since the freeze later joined by the president, who did tha status still struggling. More than half a million or under boil. Water advisories and thousands are without water and severe weather. Texas lawmakers slammed the state's energy grid operator and hearings this week for its handling of the

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2 US Navy Warships in Middle East Hit by Coronavirus Outbreaks

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

2 US Navy Warships in Middle East Hit by Coronavirus Outbreaks

"The USS San Diego was one of two Navy ships that have been hit by Corona virus. Breaks the Middle East Today. Lucas Tomlinson has the latest on the Pentagon. Two U. S. Warships will be out of action for a few days in Bahrain following Corona virus outbreaks on both ships. This is tensions with Iran ramp up following American airstrikes on Iranian backed forces in Syria. U S. A. San Diego was on a plan portico to Bahrain when testing began, about a dozen crew members have tested positive. The cruiser Philippine Sea has been forced to make it unscheduled port called up our rain as well. Where several sailors have also tested positive. Other warships continue their patrols in the Middle East, including the destroyer John Paul Jones, armed with dozens of Tomahawk cruise missiles. If needed

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FDA advisers recommend J&J vaccine for emergency authorization

Tom Sullivan

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

FDA advisers recommend J&J vaccine for emergency authorization

"We got word moments ago. That the Johnson and Johnson vaccine has been approved. So now the panel unanimously recommended J and J. For emergency use authorization. Uh, this is the third vaccine that's out there. This is the one shot deal. It doesn't have the same efficacy. But it does keep you away from severe. Vaccine level of protection by region, JJ said, with the shot demonstrating 66% effectiveness overall But when you break it down by where they were doing the testing It was 72% effective in the United States. 66% of Prue, effective in Latin America 57% approval in South

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FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 9 hrs ago

FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine

"In the United States, a step closer to having a third Corona virus vaccine, an FDA panel Endorsing the vaccine from Johnson and Johnson more now from ABC News. No third Corona virus vaccine yet, but it's one step toward a final. Okay. A Food and Drug Administration panel of independent experts has just voted unanimously to recommend the single dose. Johnson and Johnson vaccine be okayed for emergency use. Dr Arnold Montel, with the panel's vote on what they consider based on the totality of scientific evidence available Do the benefits of the Dancing's covert 19 vaccine outweigh its risk for use and individuals 18 years of age and older. The full FDA will now review the recommendation and could announce it's decision as early as tonight, and shipments of a few million doses could begin as early as

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FDA panel unanimously recommends third Covid vaccine as J&J wins key vote in path to emergency use

Tom Sullivan

00:18 sec | 9 hrs ago

FDA panel unanimously recommends third Covid vaccine as J&J wins key vote in path to emergency use

"An outside panel of experts is endorsing approval of Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. The panel voted unanimously to recommend the FDA approved it for emergency use. The governmental body is expected to do so in the coming days, making it the third vaccine approved to protect Americans from the coronavirus. Both visors and modernize vaccines were approved

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Bruce Cassidy: "We Had A Lousy 20 Minutes", Boston Bruins To Play Second Back To Back With New York Islanders

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 9 hrs ago

Bruce Cassidy: "We Had A Lousy 20 Minutes", Boston Bruins To Play Second Back To Back With New York Islanders

"Will play the second of a back to back tonight They'll be in New York again taking on the Rangers at seven o'clock. And after allowing five goals in the third period last night on route to a 7 to 2 lost to the Islanders head coach Bruce Cassidy said today. It will be good to put that game behind them quickly. We had a lousy 20 minutes last night, otherwise going into the third period that we're right there. Maybe even the better team through 40 minutes. So the end of the day gotta flush that learned from it. Like I said, I think the other part is guys want to get back on it. They don't like toe. Let a period like that linger for very long. So that's the positive part about the back to back and the

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US expert panel endorses Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine; FDA will make final decision soon

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 9 hrs ago

US expert panel endorses Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine; FDA will make final decision soon

"The U. S expert panel from the FDA has endorsed Johnson and Johnson's one dose covert 19 vaccine. The FDA will make a final decision soon. But again the panel approving the Johnson and Johnson one does covert vaccine. If it gets the final approval. It would be the third vaccine available for covert 19 in the United

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Ted Cruz jokes: Orlando isn't as nice as Cancun, but it's nice enough

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 10 hrs ago

Ted Cruz jokes: Orlando isn't as nice as Cancun, but it's nice enough

"Senator Ted Cruz at CPAC in Orlando today, joking about his trip to Cancun as a state was suffering through a cold snap. I got to say Orlando is awesome. It's not as nice as Cancun. Well, speaking today that conservative political action conference in Florida he was subject of much ridicule since he was spotted hopping a flight to the resort city last week. Along with family.

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United Airlines to Pay $49 Million to Resolve Mail-Related Charges

KYW 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 10 hrs ago

United Airlines to Pay $49 Million to Resolve Mail-Related Charges

"United Airlines will pay more than $49 million to settle charges that it defrauded the Postal Service and the delivery of international mail. Prosecutors say United collected millions in payments it should not have received. After former employees falsified delivery

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Recorded Music Revenue Hits $12 Billion in 2020 Amid Pandemic Streaming Boom

KYW 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 11 hrs ago

Recorded Music Revenue Hits $12 Billion in 2020 Amid Pandemic Streaming Boom

"Music remains a big part of our lives, even with the pandemic, canceling most concerts. Recording Industry Association of America says sales of recorded music jumped more than 9%. Last year. Subscriptions to streaming services reached new

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U.S. officially points the finger at Saudi crown prince in Khashoggi killing

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 12 hrs ago

U.S. officially points the finger at Saudi crown prince in Khashoggi killing

"Intelligence information, says study Arabia's crown prince approved an operation to kill or capture US based journalist inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. That report released today could escalate pressure on the bike administration told the kingdom accountable. The killing of Jamal Kashiwagi, who's killing drew bipartisan and international outrage. Osugi, a critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's authoritarian consolidation of power was killed in October of 2018.

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Maren Morris, Chris Stapleton lead ACM Awards nominations

WBZ Midday News

00:10 sec | 13 hrs ago

Maren Morris, Chris Stapleton lead ACM Awards nominations

"2021 Country Music Awards are out Maren Morris and Chris Stapleton leading the nominations this year with six each. And

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Falling Sperm Counts 'Threaten Human Survival', Expert Warns

The KFBK Morning News

00:40 sec | 16 hrs ago

Falling Sperm Counts 'Threaten Human Survival', Expert Warns

"Falling sperm. Counts threaten human survival, according to an expert. Okay. Shanna Swan, environmental reproductive epidemiologist at the Icon School of Medicine and Mount signing in New York, says the impending fertility crisis poses a global threat. And compared to the climate crisis. Really? The sperm count is plummeting. Are they tied together? Somehow is like I think getting warmer there that that line of that was that was not an action. There was no connection made there in 2017. They found sperm counts in the West had plummeted by 59% in 2017 between 1973 and 2011. Down almost 60% in that 40 year

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Bob Lonsberry

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Two nine five eleven eighty, but here's thing relative to Cindy weighed a second assertion that she was the one who kept the city of day on an even financial keough. Keough over her years of service, the it probably the mayor and the other members of city council might want a little bit of you know of that credit as well as the budget is of course. WHAT'S HIS BERRY? No, you read that out loud. Berry I want you to read that. For the Good People Right now ladies and gentlemen Mr Barry. I said Bob I hope we get called somebody other than Libertarian Orsoni way it's the libertarian guy out in the sticks where I live, and it's Cindy weight very nice, but but but the way here's how city budgets work. The mayor will propose one and then the council will a tweak that little bit here and there and vote by majority to pass it so that one individual city council person would have marginal effect on a on a budget. You know a wonderful person, but anyway let's move on wasn't going to say but papa. There was something that was going to be interesting. No, it's Oh no there. I. Remember What the interesting thing was. We'll get in the next hour. A man I think it was yesterday. He's at the lowes and rockport. PC's a massive multi hundred dollar a shoplifting event going on, he video records the whole thing. Maybe you saw it on facebook already and neither the store, nor the authorities care right. we'll talk about that also. There's a fascinating man. Pepsi Kev on Be Saving shoreline right now and WHO's one of the more significant artists in Rochester? We're GONNA. Talk Him after the news, which is up next with Todd holiday on newsradio wham eleven eighty..

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Bob Lonsberry

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Very difficult circumstances alone, sometimes suffering and dying alone. Anyway for three months the hospital, said well the governor of the state. We can't regulations. We can oh. We wish we could know. The Governor says we can't govern for three months. The hospitals used to Andy as the excuse and it'd be, he was. A pretty good excuse. But here's the deal. the governor said that hospital visitations could begin last Friday. or was it a week before that was that a week before Friday, whenever Phase I don't know, but we're now some several days passed and in Rochester in our region there are still no visits. It's interesting because in buffalo you can typically work out a visit now in Syracuse you can typically work out of visit now, but some reason in Rochester. It probably got some special kind of germ up in around here. Saying are people are probably just smarter than a medical people in public health people in other pretty similar upstate New York communities M saying. but there is I. Think at two o'clock today going to be Mike Mendoza and the two big doctors from the two big hospital. Companies and I don't want to be a jerk, but you know somebody needs to advocate for somebody. Just the the doctors and the fact that you have a white coat God bless you does not necessarily mean that you are the end all and be all. And policies need to be made. By policy makers who have some accountability to the Public and. There needs to be some balancing of the convenience and interest of the hospital as well as. The. Interests of the patients and their loved ones. It is not a sign of weakness, or you don't believe in science if you want to be there with grandmother as she suffers through her cancer. It, is not a sign of your disobedient or not complying. If you want to be there with your sweetheart, as he or she has surgery. To think that medical care must in this new era mandate family separation. Is Nonsensical and I would politely say to our white coat wearing friends up at the big giant buildings. Do you not understand that there is a sociological emotional impact of your policy first of all your patients are less resilient and consequently less well because of emotional isolation. That is a fact you are harming your patience by isolating them. which you have to do is I presume you've got some calculus of harm which has pluses and minuses beyond just enough to include this in the minus category. Also. You've got to understand that when. You make the hospital experience negative for patient and or family. You are creating a disincentive to engage the health system. Numbers are already dramatically down. We've we've talked about this. Since the end of March, a hospital, a visits are down an ambulance. Calls are down. People are disengaging from the health system why they're variety reasons one. They don't want to catch the gamble clap. You got up there right there is this perception that in the hospital you will catch the disease one of the reasons for that as we watched on the evening, news, as any number of nurses and doctors all talked about how they were catching it..

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Bob Lonsberry

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"They had some trial here. at U. OF R. and those wonderful, great, wonderful, wonderful and not so. Trump had his hydroxy chloroquine. Oh wonderful, yeah, well, yeah, and not so much! Well. It turns out that there is. An already approved very plentiful, very inexpensive drug called a deck. Samatha decks DEXSA Meth Dexin. I could say this morning decks Matheson. I'm sorry decks, Methadone. and. There's a study a significant study out of out of England, and here's what they did. They being the people in the doctrine part that treats people. They said we've got a lot of sick. People and we've got a lot of drugs. Let's in an intelligent fashion. Start giving some of the sick people, some of the drugs and just see what we find right. When there's a a pandemic, you know there's really nothing wrong with being a guinea pig right and there's nothing wrong with taking the Guinea pig approach I got lots of pills here. Which one would you like well? They found out that this decks and stone. It which essentially as an anti inflammatory drug and one of the ways that the Cova can go really bad is that it can over stimulate your auto immune system. Out like when you're an adolescent, your mother said you're going blind, but site aquin storm is a thing we've heard about and the site storm. Course seems to be the operative mechanism behind this affliction when it when it makes little kids sick, but when you're older I, it's like your body says Oh, my gosh runner attack, and so it just it it stimulates this inflammatory response, which is meant to protect it, but which unfortunately in the extreme dramatically damage it it being your body. So decks Methadone is an anti inflammatory, and it seems to stem the tide on the side of keen storm for some patients. Here's what this is not like. Oh, you're sick. Take this pill. You're all better, but it's one of those where I it will save the the the worst stage of this. Kobe as you go on in. Ventilator right, you're in bad shape, you breathe. We're in the last legs ventilator. Well among people who go on the ventilator. This will save.

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Bob Lonsberry

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"This arguments been said many times, but you know the good people who work at your mom's nursing home for example, go in and out every day, and they can be made safe to interact with her. It's insane for the state or the nursing home or anybody else to pretend that you and your sister can't be made safe to go in and and be with her. Clocked and that they'd just received an email last night. That there's been no new cases in either residents or staff since June first. And I believe today's June sixteen so i. think that's great news I know that. Governor, Cuomo put out the guidelines and nursing home has to be thirty days without a case. And maybe there's some other issues, but I don't know if that's possible I mean we you know. The the flu is very prevalent in our society and. You know they recommend you. Get a flu shot when you go and visit. Your loved one nursing home which I. Always do we always do, but if you don't get one, they suggest they tell you to wear a mask, but nothing's enforced at and I can only speak for the nursing home. My mother's that so. The flu attacks be kills. People kills are elderly are vulnerable. And if we can get it, I know we don't have vaccine yet, but if we can just wear a mask and gloves to go in, why isn't that okay? Why can't we go in and I- appealing to the governor and Anybody else's listening right now. Who can help? I'm sorry, this is the case and I appreciate. You toneless this story. It sadly reflects no doubt. Thousands of people all across the state. Ma'am go thank you for your time God. Bless you and your sister and your mom. Thank you. God bless you, thank you for having today I. Appreciate it. You betcha Lisa del against us the clerk over and on Daca County in in she again as a mom and Webster Nursing Home, and again that's the case for every nursing home everywhere pretty much in the impact on these primarily elderly people who are the residents, the impact upon their families is just horrific, inhuman and completely unnecessary back with you just a moment on.

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Bob Lonsberry

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"I'm Kinda surprised. At The New York State troopers can't post mugshots of people they arrest, but we can post a personnel file. Oh my gosh. My Holi-. My. That's an excellent point ma'am. Consider that point stolen I. Get off the tweet net. That's an excellent point. Hello you're on Newsradio, wham eleven eighty. Yeah Bob King CUOMO DICTATOR As more concerned with the krona virus said Ben. Is City burning up in flames by rioters? Because he's the dictator, okay or read Tater or white tater or Russet Tater, or even those very odd perpetators would not be that way, but a dictator all day everyday speaking of which let me just say this. If a black lives matter, get together at the park over here with three or four hundred people is okay. Why is high school graduation? Not Okay. No honestly from a germ standpoint you explain, and you explain to your twelfth grader why they don't matter, but these other folks. Just you know you. You guys had that conversation. Hello you're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Bob Yeah I always have the twenty two loaded for the varmints, even if they're two legged freedom, freedom freedom. Here's the deal. The twenty two is again. Any gun is Bare Noga twenty two. You should buy one. They are so fun and inexpensive to shoot. They're wonderful ways to practice your marksmanship and they're wonderful guns I love to hike through. The Woods with a twenty two in my hands. Hello, you're on newsradio. WHAM eleven eighty. Hey Bob. I've got the lion and I'm wondering I don't know if I should take it the zoo or lollipop. I need some help kind of transporting it. Someone's got a minivan. I could use some help the line. Of course you've seen his picture all around town. It was released Saturday night by your antifreeze. up at the zoo, not from our community, definitely not from our community do not take him to Lollipop I. You know I. I love Lollipop whatever else like that it's it's the home for wayward pit bulls. No doubt but you take him up there. They got policy. They'll cut his narves off right and he's part of our breeding program at the soon zoo. You should see those videotapes, but no, he's. We've got to keep them intact. Hello, you're on newsradio. WHAM eleven eighty. That's me food pair of sneakers I don I. Don't believe that that's funny. Hello! You're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Anti Cuomo I. Am just so in love with shelf. A exactly I think. He always keeps his hands on top of the table like that, so he doesn't accidentally touch anything inappropriate. You know what I'm saying. Hello, you're on newsradio. WAM eleven eighty. Bobby, the president does have the right to activate the military These people are beauties and second of all that you see call mode does not want the cops using force. Then the cops will just give up VR just stand there and get their ass. CYSTIC IDIOT CARE Martin. It is amazing. Who'd limbs go wild and New York. POLITICIANS RESPOND BY PUNISHING COPS. Everything turns into A. WE HATE COPS. In this date. Translation were afraid of losing a November. We need to energize the black vote and so we're going to play racial divisions. Racial Vision Racial Division clear past Halloween. That's what this is about. Right Cops injured her and her in New York state by rioters and Democrats respond to that by punishing cops. Hey. You know what I'm glad that rioters have their own political party. It's this week. Rioters Bright Tony's. They've got their own party and it says get together share common ideas whatever like that a pot Brownie. Recipes I need to go God. Bless you. Keep Your Chin Up God bless the United States of America news is next with the Great Alexa Olson. then. You Nabi back here tomorrow morning eight till noon on newsradio Ham, eleven eight..

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Bob Lonsberry

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Nigerians try to rip her off, but also will give her a gift certificate to pet supplies plus dot com Jim. Glad you phoned up sir welcome to newsradio. Eighty. Hey. Bob, good buddy good. Question I'm a classmate.

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Bob Lonsberry

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Back Now! Playing a little bit at Johnny Cash for you today. Here's the thing and I get calls. Just have second also I have to give away a couple of gift certificates to pet supplies plus dot com, wonderful people locally owned business growing. They're doing good things for pet owners. They invite you to be their customer, and it's a privilege to give away a couple of gift certificates today, for them but here you know me I've just read the column there. I'm not some big. You know Kumbaya diversity guy whatever along those lines, but I like to say. I believe in fair play. Saying and and I believe that sometimes you have put your money where your mouth is but I notice on social media. A local organization has just sent out. You know a very touching statement about equity and justice and George Floyd and such like that, and as I read it. I just was sitting there, thinking about various people. I've known who've worked for that organization. And is trying to think of a one of them. Who was black? over a lot of years and I don't know everybody who works there. but I don't remember any African American people. Having any position of? significance there which in here's thing. I You know and again people I I'm not in play the color game I, and and maybe that makes me a racist in some people's mind, I just don't care and here at whm I'll be honest with you, we we. We need to do better we we've had a hard time. Attracting over the years of a black people work here in part because you know the folks whose education and an aptitude you know might might bring them to a job like this have a lot better prospects, right? That's a very marketable A set of skills to have and and and and people can do very well, but we you know. It to get two days ago. I was talking to somebody saying you know we need anyway so I'm just acknowledging that you know we. We could do better here as well in that regard, but again I'm just looking here. And somebody sent out this thing in there doing the virtue signaling. They're saying all I'm sad about George Floyd, and all that stuff, which is appropriate and good and equity and brothers and sisters loving each other. That's the American way that's that's the way our culture. Is that the way we need to always strive to be you, Betcha. But but here's the deal I. think that you know Ah, for you know all the public pronouncements. If maybe you could look and see if you can't find, some more jobs for people who might happen to be of color as they say, that might be see that's that's money where the mouth is. That's that's useful. I appreciate your sentiment, but if you give me a job, things would be better off and here's the thing. I'll be honest with you. also you have the deal where? you know it? We have suppressed economy in our region. We have for years. We have a very depressed economy nationally starting thanks to our Cova treatment from the smart people, and that hits a lot of people. it hits some people. As a percentage and you know there are a lot of disgruntled younger people, and here's the thing when when it's when it's the white people out at the Hall of Justice shouting about all this bad stuff. Forgive me, but I just think they're full of crap. If you're black person and you WanNa talk to me about how things are. I respect that you've got different point of view and I'm GonNA listen to you saying and whether we agree or not I've got respect for you. You're telling me about your life, and you're the expert on your life I'm not. But like yesterday at the hall, of Justice, in the ones end up on TV I I. I I. If I were there, I'd say. Can I see a show of hands? How many of you graduated from Brighton or will graduate next year? Hance okay hands down now. Okay? How many from Sutherland? How many from Pittsburgh Okay Okay now? Okay down now. Chauhan's amend. How many graduated Pittsford Mendon. Okay all right and you throw in maybe a penfield or to the the rogue from Gates Chili and that's your protesters are white. Kids have privilege. You'RE NOT GONNA. Tell me a frigging thing about being black. If that's okay, I'll go talk to a black person. I think speak for themselves. Anyway I'm off on a tangent, but but the deal is because they're so few jobs that just adds to whatever other dynamic is going on, and and here's the deal you WanNa. Make America happier. You WanNa make America freer. You WanNa make America more equal. You WanNa. Make America place where all where we got a better spirit. Let's get out there and make some jobs right because if can just get a job or more specifically, if someone who's got the crap, a WHO's got the whole world against him. If that person can get a job, whatever his colors or her circumstance or whatever that person's GonNa, be better off, and they can go free go pursue their own happiness, you know, screw the rest of the world, right? I you by appreciate you calling certain holding on welcome to Newsradio Ham eleven eighty. Hey thanks bringing up a great topic. Hey, I carry because I'm too young to die and I'm too old to get my fuck. Pretty good. Pretty good point which I always think.

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Bob Lonsberry

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Having you, Bob and that timeframe. Shopping district. Yes people came from all over the city the. Valley from from Central Avenue all the way down in orange free, there were failures. There were delicatessens those coffee shops. Fish market markets. There's only two things you couldn't buy on the value. And that were drugs and guns. I shouldn't. Be a herald. Appreciate the call on, but here's the thing. As you look at places that were burned on or rather looted I'm sorry on Saturday night look at Joseph Avenue and here's thing I Iran I. Think I, was on Joseph Avenue now. I crossed Joe Savvy on yesterday. I ran up Hudson ran over de to Clinton and down Clinton to driving park, and then I came over and ran out lyle and in down to Genesee, and I went down Genesee, and then up Jefferson back into downtown, but the point is and I love Joseph Avenue, but it's a pit, right? It's not come back. It's it's a dead zone. Got Schneiderman is the only. Surviving business from that era and it has not come back. And the deal is that you know. We hope for better for like good. Plaza. We hope for better for the the near portion of Monroe Avenue. We hope for better for lyle out in the neighborhood child, but you know how no fight hold my breath. It is time for news with the Great Alexa Olson. When she is done. We'll be back with you on newsradio. WAM.

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Bob Lonsberry

07:38 min | 9 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Tribally against one another. The reality of a murderous cop in Minneapolis is exploited to advance the theory of universal white racism. The notion that members of one race are morally defective by virtue of their inescapable history and current circumstance to be white is to be racist. White is to be privileged to be white is to be the problem which is all crap. People are individuals to be judged. One man said once by the content of their character, not the color of their skin yet the empowering bigotry of the Democratic Party is that white people by the color of their skin are the oppressors and occupiers of society engaged collectively in a centuries long conspiracy against people of Color and deserving of societies, rage and vengeance, which is all nothing but bigotry. It has been decided not to eliminate bigotry in America but to replace one bigotry with another or more correctly another to bigotry. Because the prejudice against police officers is the intellectual and moral equivalent of any other sort of bigotry when you group people and disparage those people by virtue of their membership in that group that is bigotry whether you group them by their sexual orientation, their religion, their race or their occupation, hating somebody because she wears a badge is the same thing is hating somebody because of the color of her skin, seeing one bad cop or thousand bad cops, and judging all police officers, as a consequence is the same thing as seeing one bad person of color or thousand bad people of a certain color and judging all people of a certain color. The democratic. Party is insidiously promoting hatred of police officers and white people. You see night on the evening news and the recent riots and much of the rhetoric of the demonstrations promoted, which is an evil way to honor a murdered man, the most recent picture of George Floyd shows him smiling and holding up a Bible a Bible with chief, which teaches that all men are brothers, and that we should love one another. Those are the truth that should be advanced applied earnestly they will improve conduct and build bonds on both sides of the badge and on both. Both sides of the color barrier. We are meant to live in peace and respect for all people in all circumstances that is more important than the November election. No party should seek to burn down the nation in order to preside over the ruins. So that's my column at a wham eleven eighty dot com hope you'll share with your friends if you agree with your calls are next on news radio. Cam Eleven Eighty troopers, welcome back to to eleven eighty Bob at lawns buried dot com email can glad you called Sir Welcome to newsradio Cam eleven eighty. I really enjoyed your column. It was truthful I'm to the point. I'm afraid, probably a big nordby most shame. My comment on the gun issue. Is I'm seventy eight years old? Seventy five. We live in a dead end. Dr Try. Way Out in the country, we both have carry permits. Both have done those. Sheriff's departments safety course both taking that. and. We're feel pretty comfortable carrying of firearms. My point. Counterpoint to fire pistol firearm. Glad to a shotgun as somebody older like my wife, a shotguns kind of unwilling to handle her. Also if you have grandchildren, a shotgun needs to be loaded at all times in order to protect yourself. You have a break in. And shotguns are pretty hard hiding. Had Grandchildren he's. Being being taught people over six foot, the both of us, we have high reach places where we can put a hand gun to protect ourselves if somebody breaks housecall, so we have a dog. But a shock may work for a of people but I think like you're older, and you have some health issues to begin with. Protect yourself I don't know if the shotguns away to go perfectly reasonable. What you guys do it. No, I agree. Completely. It's very reasonable. What would you guys do instead, sir? Mike Wife carries all the time. I carry all the time on carrying today. I curious springfield. Xt Forty five ACP. My wife carries a six hour time moment here, nice as small as light and some other than a little difficult for to ratchet because you know. With I rented you. But it's it's late and it's very concealable small. It's a high. It's a high end firearm. You want to work every time you spend the money for good fire. I've had a permit. Since I was eighteen years old seventy eight. I've had a long time and you know very carefully. Handguns and I try to get myself in public I don't care if people can say it, but you know times are tough. We live very difficult times right now, and you know you know out in the country when you live in a dark driveway like that. You're bumping tonight if they get your attention so. You know I think I think everybody? Is You know if they don't carry the should? They. Don't have a firearm handy for them. I think they should, but OPPA cautions nationally had taken place especially. I got six grandchildren. And you know I I'm very cautious when it come to the house, nothing's but then reach, and everything's locked up you and lower levels, but. I guess that's my comment on the shots. Great Defense Great Defense, but maybe not not good for all one hundred percent very well. Said I'm so glad you made that point. A handgun can be a wonderful home defense weapon, one hundred percent one of my mentioned the Taurus judge. A revolver that holds four ten or forty five long Colt that comes in a polymer frame. That's fairly lightweight You can get a good grip on. It It'd be perfect nightstand of a gun. It'd be a you know you see it'd be. It'd be ideal, but but a handgun which you can keep on your person and his handy, and which again you know is. Is Easier to carry and as long as your hands can operate, stuff could be a perfect perfect choice and and a superior choice. The one thing about shotgun is most how to use it. They're really accessible, and they're fairly inexpensive but there are lots ways to skin. The cat and the gentleman is given us wonderful. Wonderful Advice Herald. This is newsradio lamb eleven eighty. Welcome sir. Bob Good Buddy good. I go up on avenue from nineteen, forty eight to nineteen sixty five. And I was there during the. And right by the way. In the race riots in sixty four. We're not race right I tell you what happened. They had a block party. Plot, Cardigan out of control because they had some people from not from the area, and the police were called to that block Porsche. My the people that start since started that of course. and that's when the violence erupted and I was right in the middle because. I would writing with the best of them. By the way until my mother slapped me around and maybe take things back and. Let me ask you. This was was there and. Just let me ask you a question just because you were there. was there any sort of anti Jewish thing in in that riot back then? Kim Snow No. You to realize.

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"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Newsradio nine fifty also coming up this half hour we are waiting the corona virus task force briefing from Washington when that happens we will take you there live Jeffrey has sports at five forty five WWJ news time now five thirty one you heard it live on news radio nine fifteen Detroit mayor Mike Duggan says there are signs that social distancing is now working in the city's fight against covert nineteen during his daily briefing the mayor says the death toll from the virus is doubling every five to six days instead of every two days as it had been last month social distancing in the city of Detroit is starting to work now we have some really bad days ahead of us what we're going to lose a lot of our neighbors and in the coming days is going to get worse before it gets better the city's reporting two hundred twenty two deaths and nearly fifty five hundred confirmed cases in addition starting tomorrow each city bus in Detroit will have a box of masks this for each rider to take one if needed for a second straight day the number of corona virus deaths increased by more than one hundred and state health officials say and all there have been eight hundred forty five deaths and just under nineteen thousand a positive cases Detroit reporting five thousand four hundred seventy six cases wake county has three thousand five hundred sixty nine positive cases in Oakland county the number of cases are at three thousand seven hundred thirty six and a Macomb county there have been two thousand four hundred fourteen cases over thirty one thousand of those tests have come back negative W. W. J. news time is five thirty two meantime in Lansing regarding the state's fight against covert nineteen newsradio nine fifties John Hewitt reports lawmakers there have approved an extension of the governor's emergency declaration but not for as long as she wanted in two very brief sessions Lansing lawmakers observing social distancing gave the governor an extension of her emergency declaration powers through the end of April although not the seventy day extension she was seeking house speaker Lee Chatfield says it was more of a wait and see approach moving forward I want the governor to be successful and the president to be successful because Colbert nineteenth not playing politics and we should be either and I thought the step of adopting April thirtieth that coincides with the federal guidelines from the CDC was the responsible logical step and will continue to evaluate and monitor it as we get closer to April thirtieth it is important to note this latest extension pertains only to the governor's emergency declaration powers and not her stay at home order for Michigan residents which for now remains in effect until April fourteenth John Hewitt W. W. J. news radio nine fifty meanwhile lieutenant governor Garlin Gilchrist says expect an announcement within a week on a new state home order since the initial directive expires next week he says they are collaborating with the team of health and business leaders to going to work closely with them along alongside our public health professionals including doctors don't make out and make a responsible decision on that and that we can be confident but we will you have to stay tuned though this is beyond what we're going to land audit if they all stay safe or kid that literally changed every single day Gilchrist says it looks like we might have several more weeks until we reach the peak of the corona virus outbreak here in Michigan yeah the state's top health official is pulling no punches on the progress against the virus while offering hope in the fight more on that now from newsradio nine fifties Ron Dewey Robert Gordon director of the state department of health and Human Services says they are in a precarious situation trying to find the positives where they can but also not divorcing themselves from reality I think we do see glimmers of hope that now that rate of growth has flown but there is still growth every day and I think we share the understanding that the admissions continue to exceed the discharge as Gordon says they're increasing capacity with field hospitals that TCS center online in the next few days and later a suburban collection showplace in Novi but they're also increasing the urgency to fellow Michiganders to continue adhering to the stay home stay safe order go out only when needed and wear face coverings to help make the curve go flatter sooner Ron do we W..

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KYW Newsradio 1060

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"newsradio" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Newsradio sept is modifying service again due to the pandemic starting today most regional rail lines will move to an essential service schedule that means trains will run every two hours instead of every hour except the airport line which still runs hourly sept is Scott Sauer says it will also be changes the market Frankford and Broad Street lines we're going to discontinue that L. service from one AM to four thirty AM and use that time to get the equipment and give it a thorough cleaning as well as our stations and prepare for the morning the morning commute for those essential staff summer since sept is trying to practice social distancing while still providing for essential workers and for those who need to go to a central places he says regional rail services only carrying six percent of the usual ridership two forty eight now with dance clubs closed due to the pandemic some are moving the party online K. Y. W. Sadat's goodness has more meeting Graham brand manager with W. T. Y. says online DJ set in Facebook or Instagram live tend to get shut down due to copyright infringement laws but this week he says they seem to be thriving I definitely think there going on more than usual I think that there are some people that were doing it anyway in my Instagram feed I'm definitely noticing it silly DJ Cosmo Baker is among those broadcasting live from his living room this is a bit of a method of communication for a lot of us and it's also become a method of generating revenue at least for me I've been able to see some sort of income he says the feed is free for all but while he's out of work he has posted a vandal account for donations kind of like online busking at us because that's K. Y. W. newsradio for many new Yorkers are staying home a significant number of people still still go to work each day to fight corona virus in hospitals and to keep the city functioning the city's residents figured out a way to thank them every night for the second night in a row at seven PM new Yorkers open the windows and started applauding and cheering the two minutes of sustained applause was for the health care workers on the front lines in the battle against corona virus it's also for all the essential workers who continue to do their jobs here every day the police officers firefighters sanitation workers transit workers and everyone else was keeping the city functioning during these difficult times the class because we care movement is growing louder echoing through the high rise buildings and on stoops in all five boroughs Steve cast about New York Hural hand sanitizer we all know it's almost impossible to find these days but what's the story of the company that makes it our respondent Lee Cohen has more on the job it seems like you're well very word these days except at stores where they're struggling to keep up with demand and that's even with the company working around the clock to keep up the stock hard to believe that not too long ago no one had ever heard of I guess you could describe it as a ten year overnight success story Mike Richardson is an industry analyst at different new growth they held on to the idea and kept pushing it eventually it became probably a far greater success than they would have imagined at the outset that idea was purex what's become a pretty prized possession and are desperate attempt to keep our hands virus free waiting an opening of the twenty pound Myra Breaux bridge will take a look at traffic nexus.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Newsradio nine fifty worries out there early this morning otherwise we'll see more snow returning to the area of later today we have two other forecast is coming up thank you man vans at twenty eight degrees in the city of Detroit traffic and weather together on the way at one OO eight W. W. J. news time one oh six health officials are waiting for the test results to determine if coronaviruses made its way to Michigan the new cases a person from Oakland county a specimen is being at has been sent to the CDC in Atlanta we will have results until sometime this week we're hearing and we we're being told that the person has a travel history to China the viruses kill hundreds of people so far including one American governor Gretchen Witmer meantime explains how she plans to try and keep the virus away from the maiden including measures taken at Detroit metro airport to screen Chinese flights we are her saying be incredible resources that we have as a state to offer to ensure that we keep the public informed that we are addressing the issue as we confronted and I am glad that Michigan is one of the states that was tasked with doing this because I got incredible confidence in our ability to do that the virus has killed over seven hundred people so far in several cases have been reported throughout the country meantime officials are reporting the first American death from the corona virus two men are at the hospital following and sh double shooting near seven mile in south hill roll Friday evening Detroit police say it all happened around to win a man allegedly shot and grazed another person following an altercation the mother of a witness of the incident report only confronted the thirty year old suspect later on reports say the man pointed his gun at the mother then she resulted and shot him and then left the scene he is now in critical condition at a local hospital while the initial victim is in stable condition the woman has turned herself in to police W. W. Jane used sign one oh eight it's time for us to check traffic weather together we do this every ten minutes on the aids from the idol dom older group traffic center brought you this hour my portion of the motor city I set out to the roadways find a hopeful to get around there Tina Marie and checking the jubilee jam cams in Wayne two seventy five south and I. Michigan Avenue an accident is blocking the right shoulder others very light traffic in the area so it won't cause you any issues thanks to an early tipster to call in to let us know that south feel free southbound right before the ninety four rant there's a police situation which has the two right lanes blocked an an earlier tipster six ninety six east on before the Duke winder exit a disabled vehicle was on that left shoulder but partially in that left lane he said it was right on the curve you come up to a pretty quick so use extreme caution the big construction for this weekend the large northbound from Wyoming to eight mile close to five AM Monday the lodge northbound entrance ramps in that zone also close but detours are posted from the idol drama group twenty four hour traffic center I'm Tina marine WWJ newsradio nine fifty already thank you team then your accu weather forecast for the rest of your Sunday we will see some some more snow let's bring in meteorologist Matt bands mainly cloudy early this morning with a low tempter dropping down to twenty four later today steadier snow returns for the afternoon and evening snow accumulations of one to three inches of snow by this evening leads to slippery travel rain and drizzle then mixes in with snow before ending by midnight then lingering clouds for the overnight hike after today thirty five degrees low tonight of thirty one heading into Monday clouds breaking for some sun shine a live thirty nine clouds and some sun for Tuesday with a high of thirty eight twenty more cloudy for Wednesday with a high of thirty six threat for snow returns right Thursday mostly cloudy skies with.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Newsradio nine fifty couple snow showers across the metro early this morning otherwise mostly cloudy skies with the low temperature this morning dropping down to twenty four complete accu weather forecast is coming up it is twenty five degrees in the city of Detroit MI still at twenty seven degrees in some light snow to the west at metro airport we'll check traffic and weather together just ahead at three OO eight W. W. J. news time three oh five a man is dead and another is injured in a double shooting on Detroit's west side Friday night no word yet on the circumstances surrounding the shooting from police although we are hearing according to some reports that this was a robbery attempt only the twenty eight year old man was killed in the twenty five year old man was wounded this near west McNichols and why only just before seven thirty last night police say the suspect drove off in a black Dodge Durango last seen driving southbound on I. leans street it's the fifth possible case of the coronavirus here in metro Detroit the patient is hospitalized at an undisclosed location but state health officials in Oakland county they're testing the person who travel in China within the last fourteen days over the last two weeks Michigan has sent for other specimens to the CDC for testing three from Washtenaw county one from a home county all of which those tests have come back negative Jason Scott WWJ newsradio nine fifty new developments in the search for a missing Macomb county man Michigan state police say they have found a person of interest in the case a woman who was last seen with mark cracked Chilo Thursday it's not clear what came from the interview but police say they are still searching for crack you'll they have said that the Bruce township man is believed to be in danger due to something they found in his home not elaborated and if you've been pulled over by a fake copulate leave the Oakland county sheriff's department is asking you to come forward Oakland county health or Oakland county sheriff I should say Mike Bouchard says he was driving on in fifty nine year telegraph road this week when he saw what appeared to be a fully decked out police car but the tinted windows and the regular license plate raised his suspicion and I noticed that the detail on the door the driver's door he said a merges the response and I thought that's really bizarre because typically an agency if they market car put their agency name somewhere on the marking after running the play bush I realized it was a fraud and the rest of the man he told Bouchard he was helping cops a hand gun in a large knife also found in the car Bouchard says you can ask always for a uniformed officer or a marked car when you're pulled over by police W. W. J. news time three oh wait time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids from the idol dom motor group traffic center brought to you this hour by motor city many let's get right up to the roadways and teeny were watching a couple problems out there how's it looking now yes checking the Tripoli jam cams were still having issues in Highland Park the lodge cellphone at Livernois that crash looks like it's blocking right now the center lane so use caution if you are headed that way in Hamtramck the lodge north on at web street that crash has cleared ninety six east when I Grand River an accident is blocking the right shoulder and ninety four west one at vining that accident is blocking the left shoulder also keep in mind that lunch northbound from Wyoming to eight mile is close to five AM Monday the large north on entrance ramps and as closed as well but due to ours are posted from the idol drama group twenty four hour traffic center I'm GinaMarie W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty early this morning we'll see mostly cloudy skies with a couple snow showers across metro look for low this morning of twenty four later today periods of clouds and sunshine a couple flurries possible with the high temp you're heading up to thirty one tonight rather cloudy with a low of twenty four for Sunday mostly cloudy a snow shower times during the afternoon and evening so accumulations of one to three inches of snow by Sunday evening which could lead to slippery travel look for high Sunday thirty four Monday clouds breaking for some sunshine a high of thirty seven by Tuesday some sun then turning out quality with snow showers in spots and a high of thirty five and for Wednesday mostly cloudy with flurries and a high of thirty six this is accu weather meteorologist Matt bands on W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty already thank you man it is twenty five degrees out into the airport under cloudy skies twenty seven nodded metro airport with that cloud cover there as well traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids your next update it's at three eighteen or any time at W. W. janiece radio dot com interesting creature inhabits the flat plains of many important mobile dashboard the book is most agreeable and we're not alone twenty six despite having no brain function but when the bubble had his how guy code not only save people money but also gives them access to licensed agents twenty four seven online and over the phone you're not even more vigorously because he knows you should switch because yes switching to geico is a no brainer easy bobblehead easy you're gonna get whiplash this is the CBS news weekend round up from the legalzoom studios in Washington legalzoom where life meets legal coming up house president trump reacting to his.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"newsradio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Newsradio Piper getting out of high on a charter flight evacuating as many as two hundred forty Americans including diplomats and their families left the Chinese city and route to Alaska and is set to land there shortly there they'll be re screen for the corona virus before heading on the southern California more than one hundred thirty people have died in China from the virus while thousands worldwide have been infected the United Arab Emirates just announced its first case our chief medical correspondent Dr John approved says the symptoms resemble the common flu you have fever cough and shortness of breath when it really gets into the lungs now it can kill people because it affects their immune system so much the immune system revs up and it's really that over active immune system that ends up damaging the lungs the people in general who are older people who have weakened immune system tend to be more susceptible as for that charter flight Americans in Wuhan estimate there are more than a thousand US citizens in the city meeting most will be left behind the Pentagon is again raise the number of U. S. troops who suffer dramatic brain injuries an Iraqi missile strikes now at fifty president trump initially claimed no Americans were harmed in that attack CBS these medical contributor Dr David agus says the symptoms often take awhile to kick in that explosion reverberates in the skull sometimes it takes days to weeks in the matter and it can affect the individual for the rest of a lifetime most of the injured have returned to duty a new phase of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump begins Wednesday the question and answer session correspondent bill Rakoff with a recap of Tuesday's trial day president trump's legal team made a forceful statement as they wrapped their defense presentation in the Senate impeachment trial what they're asking you to do is to throw out a successful president with no basis in violation of the constitution lead trumpet tourney Patsy baloney told senators there's nothing the president did that rises to the level of impeachment we urge the Senate to reject these articles of impeachment for all of the reasons we have given you bill right cops CBS news Capitol Hill an emotional Shaquille o'neal appeared on inside the NBA tonight and talked about losing his good friend and former teammate Kobe Bryant in Sunday's helicopter crash the mangled fusel lodge and other evidence was airlifted from the crash site for further investigation the NTSB is Jennifer home and the question is how common it is for a pilot to request to fly under special visual flight rules it's very common this is not out of the ordinary it all nine people died this is CBS news whether together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three easy traffic time is one oh three will start you off downtown on the pike westbound side wide open eastbound side under the speed limit with a troubling closure in the potential tunnel then exit twenty two to Copley square it's close detour exit twenty four a at south station on the airport tells expect delays on the Ted Williams tunnel eastbound side with the right lane is closed summary Callahan are looking good west of the city mass pike west has a minor delay with the doubling closure before one twenty eight and Weston route nine easy reducing speed for works on a new one after one twenty eight south of the city or okay on both sides of the expressway twenty four south is a right wing taken after route one oh six in west Bridgewater but no delays twenty four north bound ramp to ninety three south is closed nor the town you're in good shape on four ninety five ninety three and one twenty eight this report sponsored by unbound dot org right now they're young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their.

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"newsradio" Discussed on AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"newsradio" Discussed on AMS on the Air

"To know you as professional. What is your opinion? How's the weather going to play out? Housing affect a lot of graphics. Fix I see out in. The poster session are just more and more sophisticated about showing the range of options the assimilating all this stuff into uncertainties and things but in the end of the day that that to me looks more complicated not more communicative in some ways. That's the difference. I mean that that's why we are going to present this in the broadcast section because we want to get it to the people that communicated out the people that we saw on the poster session. Were just remarkable. I mean into to to see the level of intelligence and to see them so come like that I was was was right right right right. We're we're stuck in our old old habits here but I found that absolutely astounding to see what they were coming up with but again todd and I are going to try Friday deal with the people that have to take that information that they're discovering on their own and then be able to present this to people who are then in the media to present it to the people who do not fully understand what we're trying to say unfortunately the seven day thing is is one of the things that most people want to see. Some stations have tried to do ten and they try to put a fifteen. But all you're getting on there is a flat icon now. You don't even have colorful icons anymore. For every station has gone to flat. Stanley icon day. Yeah and and and you get a Sun. Cloud raindrop a lightning bolt in a snowflake. You know on the same thing. How do you communicate that to people out there? But yeah that's that's what they're looking for so I think that's what we're going to try to try to work on here. How do you communicate the uncertainty understand? Because that's an important piece of justice important piece of information as what you're forecasting the weather to do. There are some sometimes when you very confident. Five or seven days out. There's sometimes where the guidances diverging or is changing in time but some some people will walk in and say look. What it says is going to happen on Saturday? We're GONNA have a snowstorm. Even though modern tomato run is not being consistent as charging you you do communicate and there's a lot of uncertainty stay tuned because we will not know what's going to happen to a lot closer to the event. How do you feel it is on radio versus on TV talking about a lot of graphics? Heavy communication these days but You guys have the almost the advantage of forcing people to focus on one sense at a guy that hurt listening not just hearing listening and that's again is what the What we're going to be talking about on there is Todd Todd has been telling me this all through the morning hours. Concentrate on how to tell the people you know. Tell the story and and I think that that has helped me tremendously in the TV sector too because When we are on TV? If like Todd said this is coming this is coming. This is coming. And you've got your finger pointing to the Green. That's all they're seeing. They're not listening to what I've they hear me then I'll listening and oh I think radio gives you that ability. You're not supposed to give away any part of this. So our salute a free a good story as a beginning middle and in the beginning is an overview and what's important to restore the middle is what you need to know in death and the end is the conclusion what you need to remember now. Let's look what a television broadcast is. The beginning is the current conditions. The middle is a model discussion and the end is is the extended forecast. Those two do not correlate men. TV presentation of conditions model discussion extended forecast asked is not telling the story in the traditional way of overview what you need to know endeavor and here are the conclusions milk. It's like three different stories in what so so in radio. Our problem is how do we tell the story while including information all right so beginning middle and at the end of the podcast episode. So let's you're thirty extended forecast for the MSN. How many people Six Thousand Eight. Aw I think someone said when I walked in here that they were there were about fifty five hundred to six thousand registered but that they thought that there could be as much as ten thousand people in total including I. I'll I'll I'll six thousand nine just like playing jeopardy that's final jeopardy for Alan and Todd Glickman. I don't know who won. But whatever it is I feel like I want. Thanks guys for showing up. Thank you thank.

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"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"newsradio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Newsradio nine fifty thirty thank you on the we're going to be on a bit of a roller coaster here for the next several days so we get the accu weather forecast from Carol been ski early on this Wednesday morning it'll be rather cloudy brisk and cold a couple of snow showers low twenty three later today partly sunny and cold I twenty seven however a brisk wind will make it feel like it's in the team's most of the time quite cold tonight less wind patchy clouds and a low of sixteen tomorrow Thursday some some beef followed by clouds little rain should arrive late in the day it'll become breezy and my other high forty two Friday mild with occasional rain and drizzle high fifty one Saturday still a mile day for mid January with occasional rain high forty seven but temperature should drop into the thirties in the afternoon the rain could change to snow before it ends on Saturday night on accu weather meteorologist car but in ski on W. W. J. news radio nine fifty and right now it's a cloudy with snow in flurries around town thirty two degrees for sterling heights thirty two four mount Clemens thirty two out of metro airport we update traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight five local hazel far can harbor will use radio nine fifty W. W. news time twelve eleven one local lawmaker has a plan to fix the roads he says it doesn't involve raising taxes Shelby township senator of people Seto talk with double double Jay's Arlington and reported just Cena so it's real simple keep the registration fees in the counties in which they were collected it's that simple why can't we do that now you can't because public at fifty one doesn't allow us what is public at fifty one it is a long standing archaic outdated plan that was put into law on nineteen fifty one almost seventy years ago and as a result that needs to be changed before you find any road or ask for any money from anybody how are you going to get the votes to get rid of public act fifty one river I'm glad you asked that question because in regards to the votes southeast Michigan holds the most votes including Kattan jealousy if you add up all those legislators in the house and in the Senate you've passed it and guess what everyone will get more money from the county or remain the same under public at fifty one I will not take a dime away it's leaving the registration monies in the counties in which is collected and those up north of those rule counties in everybody's been arguing about they will be made whole by public at fifty one there with so if they get a dollar under fifty one I'm given a dollar off the top of the registration money that comes to Macomb county we're going to take that first given back its seven million dollars so we collect about six hundred and fifty eight million dollars in registrations that can actually be parched right to those roads in the county to just what that does for everybody it empowers our county to give the citizens what they deserve and that's this.

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WBBM Newsradio

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"Newsradio seven eighty one of five point and if I go to Chicago police detectives have their hands full trying to figure out exactly what happened in a very tragic incident massage your neighborhood this morning the forecaster breezy mild day today high about forty six degrees that's about fifteen degrees above normal we'll have sunshine to start and then clouds later on the breeze might make it feel a little cooler than that thirty seven or thirty eight midway like front one south thirteen gusting to twenty one going up to a breezy forty six WBBM news time seven ten a top level story on news radio detectives are starting out what led to the deaths of two children and service entries to two adults in the south shore neighborhood earlier this morning W. E. B. ABS Bernie to for your explain police responded to an eleven floor apartment on seventy second south shore Dr were seventy year old man told them his daughter had stabbed him and jumped to the ground she had had her one year old son with her the baby was pronounced dead so was a two year old boy found in a bathtub the children's grandfather was taken to the university of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition he had cuts to his face and body the woman in her thirties reportedly job was last reported in critical condition Bernie to for it newsradio one of five point nine FM a series of violent attacks on the CTA's redline have police keeping a closer eye on trains and platforms the attacks have occurred on trains and platforms between Roosevelt and Chicago Avenue in several cases a group of young people both male and female have beaten and robbed red line train riders in one case a man came to the aid of someone being targeted and was himself beaten and robbed police report an up tick in attacks since thanksgiving but also more arrests and the C. D. A.'s trains and platforms are watch by high definition security cameras micro certain newsradio one oh five point nine FM Chicago police Kruskal labs says it Sir more than thirty one hundred people yesterday on the first day recreational marijuana was legal in Illinois a statement for the firms as it also sold more than nine thousand cannabis products and it's sunny side facilities in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood as well as sites in buffalo Grove Elmwood park champagne in Rockford the company is one of the largest candles candles operators in the country a family the first lost its mother and then its permanent home is looking forward to the new year thanks to some good Samaritan they are the three children of anti violence activist Andreas Toda Meyer whose life ended last July because of guns I went to my mom like she was so sweet category for a given person she gave to everybody she help people and their well homeless twenty one year old printed you Johnson is still to Meyer's daughter after stood a Meyer was killed Johnson had to care for her younger brothers browse given Garfield place to play yesterday three people surprise the family with the home and said they were paying the families rent for a year and printed the Johnson cut the ribbon out front Steve Miller your one oh five point nine FM downtown drivers listen up the state department of transportation will close the ramp from the outside hi there wells drive to the Kennedy expressway early Saturday morning.

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