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"Injuries I can run road and crumbs lane if you spot traffic problems call the tip line at four seven nine twenty three thirty six next report in ten minutes I'm Bobbie Ellis newsradio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with more sunshine in the forecast this Monday expect mostly sunny skies highs near eighty one we'll turn partly cloudy tonight but stay dry with lows back to sixty three highs trend warmer tomorrow eighty eight will hit ninety one on Wednesday staying dry through the first half of the week but we will dodging chances for showers and storms by Thursday that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Milosevic CNN breaking news weather and traffic station this is news radio eight forty WHAS your new seven thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS our top story a man who was fatally shot by police and national guardsmen and locals Weston last night Paul miles has that story the scene was twenty six and Broadway Louisville police say officers and national guardsmen were clearing a large crowd from the parking lot with this happened that sound obtained by W. L. K. Y. police chief Steve Conrad says someone shot at the officers and guardsmen who returned fire one man was killed I think it's very very clear that many people do not trust the police that is an issue that we're going to have to work on and work through for a long time Conrad says they are interviewing several people of interest in the shooting Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS that shooting happened hours after a fourth night of protests that turned violent in downtown Little Falls incident commander LMPD colonel la vida shave us says.
Kentucky Derby postponed until Sept. 5
"News the pandemic isn't stopping America's longest running sporting event from being held this year here's Paul miles moving the Kentucky Derby two Saturday September fifth also means more prep races Churchill Downs CEO bill Carr stanchion with respect to derby points we expect to add new road to the derby races shortly we will take existing stake races around the country and incorporate them into a point system NBC is in talks to move the other two Triple Crown races the Preakness St Belmont Stakes two September and
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"Agent is shot in Kentucky it's ten o'clock at morning I'm Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. that story in one minute first traffic and weather police are working with a couple two accidents one on poplar level at Shepherdsville possible injuries that im Lewis Coleman drive near Virginia Avenue there is a wreck watch out for a broken down eastbound Waterson just before you got the proper level next reporters in fifteen minutes chucking rubbish radio eight forty WHAS well he wanted to apologize to maravillosa bench with the Friday forecast is going to be breezy and chilly could even see a morning sprinkle or flurry that afternoon highs only near forty three clouds decrease it'll be cold tonight with lows near twenty eight lots of sunshine tomorrow and highs right about normal at fifty four degrees as we move into your Sunday expect partly sunny milder day with highs near sixty seven while the weekend is nice and bright next week will bring rain that's your latest WLKY forecast Annapolis today it is cloudy in the thirty nine our top story is developing in southeastern Kentucky the FBI confirms that one of its agents were shot and wounded while serving a federal arrest warrant in Somerset the bureau says one special agent and one suspect were wounded no details on their conditions W. Y. M. T. is reporting the incident happened in a residential area president trump is on his way to Tennessee this morning president trump traveled to Nashville Tennessee to meet with local officials and people impacted by this week's deadly tornadoes the residents sent condolences on Tuesday we send our love and our prayers of the nation to every family that was affected the president travels from Tennessee to Palm Beach Florida the ten fundraisers tonight at his Mar A. Lago club and then spends the weekend there Karen Travers ABC news the White House the government is out with a strong February jobs report businesses created two hundred seventy three thousand jobs last month the unemployment rate dipped down to three point five percent business analyst Joe slash injure says next month's report could be much worse with ripple effects from corona virus if it is a short lived issue then the economy can bounce back pretty strongly however the longer this goes on the more ancillary businesses could be impacted and that's the fear that economists hold right now despite the jobs report the Dow started the day by plunging eight hundred points right now it's down about seven hundred from hospital room block up to jail cell for sex crimes convict Harvey Weinstein I'm Gary Nunn it was his first night behind bars in New York city's infamous reikers island he was moved there after undergoing heart surgery Wednesday at Bellevue hospital just after his conviction Weinstein suffered chest pains heart palpitations high blood pressure he's now under care of five doctors for an array of medical issues Weinstein has hired a consultant to prep him for time in jail Gary in on CBS news New York an Alabama death row inmates was executed last night the state carried out to Nathaniel would sentence after the U. S. Supreme Court lifted a temporary stay of execution the forty four year old woods was convicted of being an accomplice in the killing of three police officers and two thousand four but even the trigger man in the shootings said woods was innocent activists and celebrities had called on governor Kay Ivey to grant clemency but she denied those requests the Louisville and Kentucky women's basketball teams open conference tournament play today coach Jeff Walz had the cardinals will take on Syracuse in the ACC tourney and Greensboro North Carolina you know we can't have that two minute or three minute law where were you get upset yourself could you miss a shot you know you've you've got to let that go because now you got to make it up at the defensive end would've been one and done from here on out there there's no time to feel sorry for yourself tip off is at two o'clock and you could hear the play by play on seven ninety K. A. R. D. the Kentucky women played Tennessee tonight and the SEC tourney in Greenville South Carolina this is U. K. senior guard Sabrina Haines I think we're all super excited just because it is.
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"Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. that story of what Bennett first traffic and weather earlier rex and broken downs on sixty five clear and out of the way still working to clear the accident on lower hunters trace and Dixie highway watch out for a broken down south bend seventy one just below the gene Snyder next reporters in fifteen minutes checking reviews radio eight forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist amount Milosevic with a Wednesday forecast this is shaping up nicely a chilly start to the morning but partly cloudy skies get into a high near sixty two this afternoon will pay back to forty degrees tonight tomorrow a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs near sixty but we'll trend chillier for your Friday mostly cloudy and a high of forty five we'll trend milder for the weekend we stay dry it fifty one Saturday sixty two on Sunday that's your W. okay why forecast Annapolis today it's nice outside this morning sunny and forty nine what a difference a day can make after voting in some key primary states on super Tuesday we're talking about a revolution we start at the moment we met creased today it appears to be a two man race between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden the two having very big nights with Warren and Bloomberg not doing well moving forward now Sanders and Biden seem to be there to battling it out it's a move on to more states voting next week ABC's Alex stone in California where they're still counting votes last night some polling sites here in California stayed open for hours after closing time because of long lines anybody who is in line at eight PM local time was allowed to stay and vote them in the polls stayed open and also delayed results coming in as a voting caps going Ernie Sanders when you talk on a route on his home state of Vermont Michael Bloomberg said to be reassessing.
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"WHAS thank you Paul miles he will be done at one and the river as well I later today join us we come up with water from heavy absolutely beautiful we'll get things he does stay around two o'clock hang out with us down there beautiful beautiful fall day good morning it is the weekend forty four right now we're headed up to fifty nine was sunny skies got this job with you Joe Jack of you know in the control room coming up at six forty five talking back could get you into places like Harvard absolutely what the story six forty five and then learning life's lesson coach got a damn poor from Bellman university will join us here at seven fifteen this morning yes he's up early is gonna talk to spot something very special happening on the campus of building university art let's jump into sports because we have a lot to get to that's for sure let's run down some of the high school football from last night ranked team in action ranked teams in action around the common will run the city at least in class one a number two little Kentucky country day gets by Berea thirty six to fourteen they moved to seven and on the season it was number eight little Holy Cross getting over in Bethlehem twenty eight look I'm sorry falling to Bethlehem twenty eight to thirty one they fall to five into in the class three a it's the robbery week for to sales in Christian academy when it was all said and done this one went to double overtime the sales getting the win number three to sell thirty five to twenty eight over number eight Christian academy to sales goes to five into on the season Christian academy falls to foreign for any class three A. also number ten Elizabethtown gets by Meade county thirty forty thirteen class five A. up to the seat number five south Oldham goes to seventy one on the season with a big win over South bullet forty forty ten edit classic say as if there was any doubt in this one little mail goes to eight and all in the season they blank southern fifty three to nothing it was little Trinity going to six into they beat number ten Ballard forty five to seven north harden is on a bye week this week number three north hardens at a bye week this way next next week there a barren county being a barren county they were blank my number for central harden thirty eight to nothing and congratulations to the manual crimson's they beat local savings savers number six manual beating number five levels an exam here for the first time in twenty six years twenty two nineteen in a thriller and number nine of fern creek gets by ad bullet east in twenty one to eighteen other scores of note central gets over a Wagner twenty six to fourteen Fairdale shuts out dos forty nine to nothing it's a big college football Saturday around the Commonwealth the Kentucky Wildcats are back at it in Lexington to Hey it's homecoming weekend as they host Arkansas in search of their at first SEC win the cats course coming off a bye week coach mark stoops and on the top stretch but the this gave us an opportunity to hit the reset button kinda re loading get ready for this next phase of the season they are pre game coverage will start here on news radio eight forty WHAS at five thirty Matt Jones of course we'll take.
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"Trump it's eleven o'clock on Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. that story in one bed at first traffic and weather. make a pretty good time out there right now no major delays on seventy one from store to the junction north at sixty five would say cancer instead of broken down sixty four east down on the rampant Hurstbourne parkway does look to be causing much of a problem if at all and a cleaning up wreck on fern valley had industrial our next report is in fifteen minutes and Jason there are news radio eight forty WHAS. W. okay won the religious maravillosa **** with your Thursday forecast starting out with a mostly cloudy sky can't rule out a straight sprinkle this morning but looks like any rain chances would be spotty and light will cease guys turn mostly sunny this afternoon and highs near eighty three degrees clear this evening a few high clouds late tonight with a low near sixty will be partly cloudy very warm tomorrow with highs near ninety we'll go low to mid nineties and stay dry for the coming week yet that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm amylose of it it is cloudy and seventy six. actor of national intelligence just acquired testifying about his handling of a whistleblower complaint filed democratic chair house Intel committee ranking chairman Adam should you go to the department of justice office of legal counsel first or did you go to the White House first I went to the office right she's been my team my office went to the office of legal counsel first two or two to receive whether or not the matter in the letter and in the complaint might meet the executive privilege they viewed it and said we've determined that it appears to be executive privilege the complaint.
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"The Senate floor this morning today by the memory of the nearly three thousand victims who lost their lives on this day and twenty on. serve as a lasting reminder of what's at stake in the fight against terrorism. to steal our resolve to continue the hard necessary work of defending our homeland it's eleven OO three at dues radio eight forty W. H. A. asked to Jefferson County public school students were treated for minor injuries this morning after their bus was hit by a car on the gene Schneider free weights it happened on the ramp from two sixty five west to I. sixty five north the bus was on its way to Jefferson County traditional middle school students those two students were taken to the hospital and treated for after complaining of back pain Republicans are winners in north Carolina's to congressional special elections Dan bishop won a close race against Democrat damn the crazy in the ninth congressional district in the third district on these states east coast Greg Murphy easily beat Democrat Alan Thomas in Galveston county Texas a mysterious creature is terrorizing people frightening dogs and tried to grab cats maybe. this is Jim Ryan despite scattered reports of some kind of primate running loose around Santa Fe taxes there is no photographic evidence and that's complicating matters for by you animal services the type of monkey is going to help us figure out what kind of tranquilizer we need to use to keep the animals if the shelters here he would is not dismissing the reports as an urban legend yet but come on it's gone from two foot to six foot two King Kong so I think it's it's been very difficult to try to determine what kind of lucky as generally an ABC news your next news update at eleven thirty I'm Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic station sure shot and a trip to our. and one thousand dollars spending cash now the nation one keyword. two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation.
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"Of showers coming Thursday at your WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist novelist of it it's sunny and eighty our top story billionaire Jeffrey up steam faces sex trafficking charges according to an indictment unsealed this morning in New York Epstein is accused of sexually assaulting dozens of girls in New York and Florida is already a registered sex offender after pleading guilty to sex trafficking under age girls and Florida more than a decade ago I half dozen people were shot over the long holiday weekend in Louisville two of them died the fatal shootings happened in old low level where a man was found near a car on south third street headed sharply the man was found dead alongside gore's lane despite stepped up police patrols nearly seventy people were shot in Chicago over the weekend Ryan borough is there at least five dead more than sixty hurt in shootings across Chicago between Wednesday evening and early Monday morning Chicago police vow to cut the violent crime adding fifteen hundred additional officers to high crime and high volume areas of the city over the weekend despite the seemingly high numbers police are quick to point out the shooting rate is similar to previous fourth of July holiday weekends the mayor is meeting with the police superintendent this morning and C. B. D. plants all the press conference on the violence later in the day Ribeiro ABC news Chicago your next news update at eleven o'clock I'm Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. Kentucky Anna's breaking news weather and traffic station.
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"The president, wrapping up is overseas trip and heading back to the nation's capital today as the administration continues to talk with Mexico on the proposed tariffs. President Trump is heading back to Washington today after his five day three nation. Visit Europe, the president spent last night at his golf club in Ireland with no public events today over the course of the week, the president met with Queen, Elizabeth health policy talks with outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa may and marked the seventy fifth anniversary of d day in England and Normandy, France waiting for Mr. Trump back at home of fierce debate over his plan to put a fine percent tariff on all Mexican imports. Starting monday. Karen Travers, ABC news, Washington. Back in Louisville trip to the college World Series on the line, as Lova base. Ball hosts East Carolina in the super regional game. Wand of the best of three series is today at noon at Jim Patterson stadium, you of L coach damn Donal. These kids work for, you know, and on enjoy it a want them to enjoy it. I know our fans are going to enjoy it and. Scott there and compete the cardinals are playing in the super regional round for the six time in seven seasons. The East Carolina pirates are making their fifth super regional appearance. Paul miles, NewsRadio eight forty WHAT S share bag seats for those games are sold out, but you can still get general admission berm tickets at the box office and internet service provider will give you a thousand bucks. If you'll give up your smartphone for a week frontier communications looking for what it calls. Smartphone addicts and people with a strong social media presence, who are willing to log about living without their smartphones. While using flip phones people who are chosen. We'll get a survival kit that include a paper map, since they won't have GPS along with a pocket phone book to write down important numbers a.
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"Good morning. I'm Paul miles in the news room. And here are the stories. We're following the field for the Kentucky Derby is about to be said with the post position draw a Japanese horse will get a derby trip this year and the Tony nominations are out those stories, plus traffic and weather coming up at the top of the hour on NewsRadio eight forty WHAT s. So apparently the Baylor women's basketball team did go to see the president. Yep. And what did they get super day Wendy's chick fillet, McDonald's and Burger King? Okay. That is not fair that is not fair. They did not have Chick-fil-A for Clemson. They did not have Chick-fil-A for the Clemson football team. It is not fair that the women's national championship basketball team gets gets Chick-fil-A. And Clemson did not that is categorically on fair. And I am lodging an official complaint against the president United States. He listened to the complaints of his constituents rectified it. Here's a social media comment about the fast food. This is ridiculous. At a terrible example athletes. There's even some salad or fruit to go along with this overheated. Absolutely unfair fast-food. Larry's whereas the rubella whereas. Can I give me some kale? How come you have? No cane wobble. Cain wa Bose. My word. That's larry. And it looks like the entire Baylor team went kudos for the female athletes have Baylor University for being adult gab because you know, what it's not about who's in the White House. It's about the White House itself, and what it represents for the rest of the come. And when they're say twenty five years from now with their grandkids are talking to them, and they ask about things, you didn't your life. You'll say I was at the White House. Really, wait a minute. It wasn't that Donald Trump guy. Why it? That had no not going to come up. Bernie Sanders has reached peak crazy. Fox News reports Bernie Sanders suggests Disney should use vinegars in game profits to pay workers middle class. You first dumb ass. Bernie Sanders has no idea has an idea on how Disney could ensure all of its employees aren't a middle class wage with the snap of its fingers. Senator Sanders of Vermont suggested Monday that it would be truly heroic. If Disney used the profits made from the blockbuster of injuries in game to pay its workers more in response to a report the marvel hit sept- set, the marvel hit set multiple records of the box office a day after it happened. Are it open on Friday? I was driving close to a movie theater the other day and the day. I was day. I think it opened. This kid walking dress completely as captain America. I was just like did you go for it? Apparently. Did you hear about the guy that got beat to within an inch of his life because he came out of the theater loudly? Basically giving a spoiler. Yep. And so now, I got this other. What did he say? Well, he was just like I e I'm not gonna do it. Oh, I haven't seen it. So I don't know what the end was. And I don't want to know what the end was. And then there was a teacher. That's that wanted to see the movie, and so he put up rules in his classroom about not talking about that saw it. Oh my God. Let's great the movie, let's see three hundred and fifty million domestic ticket sales one point two billion globally and most studios are clamoring for a hit just to keep going. They finally have one. Hey is that raccoon from guardians of the galaxy is at in. I think so he ended vendors really that's a funny character. Why we just watched the second guardians of the galaxy last weekend haven't seen late. I'm late to the game of using the first one. Yes, did you like the first one? I did the second one's on net flicks. So you can check it out on their this one's kinda weird. But it's fun. Kind of weird the group character in the second one is adorable. I am Groot. Group is a little bitty group. Ace about car. Above three packs a day. So Sarah Sanders. Here comes the smoking yoga again Sanders wants a Disney to give up booking goat yoga. Noda? I said yo yo guy did later that day. Okay. Smoking yoga. Try it. It's really to face the purpose. Does it? So anyway Sanders idea he says, quote, what would be truly heroic or over truly role is if Disney uses vendors today all workers in the milk last week. See oh, Bob over five million dollars over fourteen hundred bucks. Avid worker. Disney makes Sanders tweeted, oh, he didn't say it like that. Because he tweeted it that would be funny. Would it be funny? If Twitter, actually. Read our tweets out in our own mannerisms. Awesomeness? We'll be truly heroic. What an idiot. He's got millions of dollars. Why don't you give up yours? It's not going to give up any of his houses is he by the way and his money comes from us except for his book. Let's talk about real economic opportunity with Senator rand Paul coming up after the top of the hour..
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"Common sense. Conway on NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Because you got a lot of time. Paul miles guys. There is as the intro music. A man among men right there. Good. You got that audio of coach cow. He played that again for me. Sure. Conference tournament. What do you get out of playing three games in a row Friday Saturday Sunday, and you do it not in twenty four hours twenty four hours twenty four hours. You get a better chance at a better seed. That's what you get. You know? I mean, I'm so I'm so sick of hearing this complaint. The only the only complaint I about the SEC tournament. Paul is that it's not like a day earlier through Saturday. So. Because that's sometimes I'll admit Kentucky sometimes gotten screwed on their seating. When they've won the tournament. But it all it's too late. We already put it, right? But other than that, you get a chance to get a better seed if you're having a tough year. Sure. And if they if they went out either they'll likely play here is a number one seed here in Louisville. I just are. So I I love him to death. But stop complaining. All right. Thank you. Bye. Guys. So there's been a lot of celebrities in the news lately for committing crimes. Becky, she's going to jail. Desperate housewives. We're going to jail, but what about rock and roll legends. You know, a lot of rock and roll edges and musicians have committed crimes as well. And there's a new iheartradio podcast called this Graceland, and it explores the alleged true crime antics and criminal connections of musicians that we love like James, Brown and van Morrison. Take a forty-seven Notorious B I g mayhem and many more. Why? Now, why why do they why do we have a podcast that looks at this because real rock stars are more like feral narcissistic animals than functioning members of society. And that is why we find them interesting. So Jay Brennan is the host of that podcast is on the line with us. Now, Jake, how're you doing? How you doing? I'm good. So okay. So you got into this. There's there's kind of an endless number of episodes. You can do notorious Rockstars. I know it is it is pretty endless. And you know, I found that after digging people like Rick James, and Johnny cash who just had so much bad stuff going on in their careers. I can do whole seasons on some of these artists instead of just the thirty minute episodes. I've been doing tell me about the man in black tell me about Johnny cash. What did he have in his rap sheet? Well, you know, I thought I knew everything there was to know. I'd read his book, I'd watch the movie, and then you know, as I started looking into it a little bit more deeply the amount of stuff. He was involved in the late fifties early sixties staggering. I mean, he was arrested for drug smuggling on the Mexican border. Are you serious? Yeah. Absolutely. Johnny cash was arrested. Yeah. Drug-smuggling? Also, you also burnt down a national forest because he got wasted up in northern California. And. Malkin put out his the fiery started to keep warm literally burnt like five hundred acres of national forest. Helicopters, put it out, complete and total. How do you find out all this stuff because we never hear that? Well, you know, the some of these artists like Johnny cash cleaned himself up in the seventies and eighties, and I think part of that cleanup process. And then of course, is was getting his legacy in order. You know? Now when people think of Johnny cash, do you think of that book, and they think of his love affair with June Carter cash, you think of that story, which is a great story. It's definitely part of his history. But there was so much more that preceded it. It's all out there. It's all in books. Documentaries magazine articles. If it exists did you ever look into the alleged mob connections of old blue eyes Frank Sinatra? Both my favorite episode. It really ties together. Breath as the conduit between the mafia and John F Kennedy Sinatra was really flying high their power, and then it wasn't and it talks about how you couldn't really bring Jack into long for the mob. And obviously what happened happened to the did. He do you think did Frank Sinatra ever feel like he was in any danger because he couldn't deliver for the mob. I think he did. I think he for sure did I think but deep down he kind of knew that the mafia thought of him is like almost like a pet. You know, Sinatra was sort of one of them, you know, he was a saloon singer. He'd been raised up around those guys and they'd been doing favors for him. And he's been doing favorites for them for forever. So I think he he, you know, there was some fear there. But at the end of the day, I don't think he had too much to worry about. So do you think the mob wacked Kennedy? Do you think that's what happened? I think it was a combination between the mafia and the CIA working, really. Yeah. Working together without really knowing. They were working together. I think Jack Kennedy his father, Bobby Kennedy. They had created such illwill. So many people in institutional power that you know, conspiracies kind of evolve in their own organic way, not always a bunch of people sitting in a dark room smoking cigars making plans. It's sort of you know, one hand's doing one thing while the others doing something else. And I think that's ultimately what happened just too many people would have benefited from Jack Kennedy being out of office. Now, I love music, but I I haven't really studied the lives in times of all of the musicians that I like, so I was a little surprised others might not be. But I was a little surprised at van Morrison is on your list. What did he do? Yeah. That is a little more gentle than the rest of them van was I'm from. I'm from Boston there. This great book became out called astral weeks about Mars time in Boston. I know the author was talking to him. It didn't realize it the tar player in his band while he was here who made who is working with him. While I made that great records. He ended up going missing. And he was ultimately by some lunatic. And he was at the same time while Morrison was on the run from the mafia. And the reason he was in Boston was us kind of hiding out from the Bob because he had kicked them off so bad in New York looking van Morrison was running from the mob. What did he do to piss the mob off? He's trying to get out of his contract desperately from earlier in his career with Gloria his first hits. He had signed a really bad contract effect on the mafia they controlled they controlled holding contracts and. Morrison was making a lot of noise and he wanted to get out of the daily couldn't get out of the deal. He ended up going confronting a mobster India. Remember, the Gambino family? Took the guitar broke. It over Mars head Mars and kind of took that as a sign is. I gotta get out of bed hat. He ended up laminate going to Boston. And that's where he ultimately worked at classic record of his astral weeks. And that's where the murder of Qatar. Are we a hundred percent sure it wasn't van Morrison in that blue truck that wack Frankie Boyer Gambino family yet this week? Todd neighborhood. I'm jim. Just saying you might want to look into that. Where where does it does van have an ally? That's crazy talk. I mean, I the other thing is if I was running for the mob running from the mob the last place, I like, okay. So maybe I did something to piss them off in New York. The last place I'm gonna run to his Boston. It ain't that far in an eight that less mob. Yeah. It's a different mob Irish mob was more in control here. But you know, Morrison didn't have didn't have any option back. Then even though he had a huge hit. He was dirt poor. Sleeping on people's couches. He didn't go to friends houses to use the telephone to try and put recording sessions together. So he really didn't have much. That's crazy. Okay. So what's your next episode? Next episode is part to the Kurt cobaine, including love story that launches on Tuesday. We watch part one yesterday that's available. And then after the cobaine stuff we get into snoop Dogg next week. That'd be fun. The Kobe thing that interests me. I don't wanna get. I don't want you to have any spoilers. But since you have one episode already drop. What's the most interesting thing, you found out about Kurt Cobain story? Did he did he kill himself was he murdered? I believe he killed himself. But I believe he was doomed from the start, and there was a real lack of any sort of family, life or home life. And there was no way he was gonna make it out of that relationship a lot. Are you going to get to interview snoop for the one you do with him because he probably would talk right about it? No, I I made a conscious decision early on to not try to all these musicians. That way, I can have the most honest depiction of them. That's crazy now as I'm getting people who are at these events that I'm describing like I described John Lennon's famous night at the troubadour when he went crazy and got in a fight and got kicked out while the smothers brothers on stage. Now, I get contacted by guy was sitting at the table. With Lennon wake boxed out, I'm gonna go away. Hells Angels who are some of these events and I'm talking about. That's great. Have you have you had any of these musicians are still living? You've had any of them contact. You'll be like, dude, you're lying had one guy the sky. Michael, Alex was a DJ who went to jail for you know, I had said he went to jail for for chopping up his his roommate which she did. Cut them in half. And and put them in a box and taped it up and threw him in the in the west river. He got in touch she's out of jail. Now, she went to jail for fourteen years. You get in touch. He said, look, you can I liked podcast. He's like you get things wrong. I didn't I didn't cut off his head. I cut off his his legs. I saw it off his legs. And I didn't go to jail for murder. I went to jail for manslaughter. I. I. Contact. Yeah. And I ended up interviewing him and just tacking it on the end of another episode. I had done on the southern New York is called geologist because this this DJ guy. Michael alecky was also part of that story. Wow. Fascinating. Well, I can't wait to download it. I think people should put this one on their favorite list. Definitely interesting stuff. Jake Brennan, thanks for your time. We appreciate it. Thank you. I appreciate it. Take care. All right. The podcast is called disgrace land in it's available at iheartradio. That's fascinating. Stop. I. Yeah. I didn't I didn't cut my roommate's head off. I cut his legs off get it straight. You punk. And it wasn't murder. Even though I murdered him. It was manslaughter. No doubt. What you get fourteen years for cutting somebody up and dumping them in the river..
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"For Tony and away on NewsRadio. Eight forty w AJ. We are back on not supposed to say. Welcome back. It's newsradio. Eight four. What do you mean? I'm not I I've been informed and I want to change if I need to change Haley in the rest of the news don't play in this. This is Paul. At the news department, Paul miles. Hey, man, the scoop miles he's. I he said look man stop saying. Welcome back. Why? And I go what and to be fair. This isn't a welcome back because the show just started. I know I wanted to make a point. Thank you. It was a very poorly place anyway, carry on when I come back from a break. Oh, say, hey, welcome back. Newsradio eight forty W H S, and we we didn't go anywhere candidate the show, we stopped and we came back, and he says, no the news is part of the show. Of course. It's part of the show. I think he's thinks I'm alienating the news. Then we go. No, the news. We love our new staff except for Haley. Not most malls strong word. Yeah. Tolerate is more Nolan. But it could ya? So I'll stop saying welcome back try to I'm gonna I'm gonna keep a ticker. And I'm gonna do you every time that you, okay? Tonight. We're going to be having Joey fat went on the show. Foot. Joey Fatone will be joining us for no other reason. But you just catch up with his old buddies totally Dwight in Haley Billy's bull will be at six thirty five. He's gonna complain at the about the end of college basketball games. He is like twenty three years old and already a jaded sports guy is I I love it. He's there. I got the same complaints. He has about college basketball. It's really a joke. It takes too long to play games at the end. They're awful. He told me he's too young and too naive to think that he can change all of this. He's like I understand. No. I'm just trying. I'm just angry and the revolution starts, right? Yeah. The revolution will not be televised. And then Nick rows will join us at seven oh five catch up on all things, UK, basketball and football. So we'll do that. But we're going to start the show to buy. Yes. I we got some confessions from teachers. These.
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"It's definitely a trying time any time you hear something tragic like this happening. All six we're taking the U of Al one to Norton children's hospital arm Easter says the ambulance was on the run when you had to pull over on the shoulder of the shawnee where it was hit from behind by a dump truck. It's unclear if the dump truck driver will face any charges. It's seven thirty two at News Radio. Eight forty W H AS Adamy Lynn was the auditor of Kentucky. Now, he wants to be the governor. Here's Paul miles and eat land joins a democratic primary. That includes attorney general Andy Bashir who has filed a series of lawsuits against opioid makers eveland says let's tell the truth about opioids politicians grunting. Congratulations to themselves about their progress won't rebuild communities families and areas that have been devastated by addiction. House minority leader rocky Adkins is also in the democratic race. Governor Bevin has said he will seek reelection. But he has yet to file the paperwork, Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W h. It's day eighteen of the government shutdown. There are no negotiations scheduled no signs of progress. But we'll hear from the president tonight from the Oval Office. Vice president Pence tells ABC's giancarl that President Trump has not yet made a decision on whether to declare a national emergency at the US southern border. You certainly giving consideration to. A national emergency declaration, the president could do that in order to bypass congress. Take money from the Pentagon and use it to build the border wall. If he does make that declaration, he will almost certainly face legal challenges. It's against the law us federal money for purposes, other than what congress approved it for Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. A Florida man facing some charges after investigators say he threatened to kill Purdue superfan. Tyler trends, mother investigators in both Indiana and Florida say thirty nine year old John pinkham use fake names online to threaten transmitter tram passed away last week after a long battle with cancer pink gum is in jail in Florida. The clay county woman facing the court and connection with multiple their murder charge. After her newborn baby is found dead inside of a garbage bag twenty one year old amber bowling, accused of killing her newborn hours after giving birth to the boy December eleventh, she was appointed a public defender who entered a not guilty plea on her. Behalf. And a toilet transformer ABC's. Jason Nathanson says that's what one star wants. Bubby continues at solid run at the box office and one of the reasons for its success charismatic star John CENA, just don't ask him to invent new transformer because if you do ask we'll tell you all.
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"Good morning. I'm Paul miles in the newsroom room. Here are some of the stories we're following Americans are filing past the casket up. Former president George H W Bush as he lies in state in the nation's capital. Also, the Louisville cardinals are getting a football coach today at urban Meyer will soon be out at Ohio State those stories plus traffic and weather coming up at the top of the hour on NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Nancy says that we got purse dogs by crossing a wolf with prairie dog. That makes sense sex to me the prairie dog. Right. So your spirit animal is a dear my spirit animal is a wolf I wonder what Jim Ryan spirit animal is by the way, just a quick note. He's in the media, so vulture, right? We're talking to Jim Ryan and just a second. He's in Texas covering obviously, the situation with the passing of president George H W Bush tomorrow morning starting at ten we're going to be carrying. We're going to dip in and out of the procession tomorrow starting at ten and then at eleven we're going to take the funeral service. So that will be part of the program tomorrow. Joining me on the line now, though is Jim Ryan who's been covering this. Hey, Jim, how are you? Yes. How are you? So you've been kind of keeping track of what's going on Houston, Texas considers George Hw to be son of Houston. Right. And he certainly adopted the city as its own white both. Did they lived here much longer than they lived anywhere else? So I think maybe that qualifies. But they also were an integral part of the community. They were hilarious ripostes. They were active in their church. You'd see them out at restaurants in around the community. Also was a good friend with the mayor of Houston, who's a liberal Democrat to conservative former president he and the president had a close friendship together. So. Woven himself into this community. So you may be a Texan with an asterisk at the. Why obviously his son is settled in Dallas, Texas and they had the ranch in Waco. So they've certainly made it their adopted home state if nothing else, but. Yeah. It's not often a president dies, Jim. And you know, we we take pains to to honor them when they pass away. Your thoughts on the legacy of a guy like George H W Bush. I mean, I know that he was known almost universally as a very kind person. And I think he passed that onto his son because despite the controversy surrounding George W Bush, everyone who's ever met the guy everyone who's ever talked to the guy he clearly had a compassionate heart. I mean, the bushes were the people that came up with the whole idea of compassionate conservatism. Well, I think yeah. That was something else in senior, of course, came up with the points of light. But you're right there there was that that sense of family within them. You know, I covered dude. Ws campaign pretty closely in two thousand road along on the plane, and he was he was quite genuine when you would sit down and talk with them at nicknames for everybody, and quite famously George H W Bush, I think was likewise considered kind and giving it certainly certainly was philanthropist talked with people last night at a citywide memorial that was happening celebration. It was like. Woman told me that she needed money for a children's program that she was putting together the Bush's without much question. What ahead and funded it? She said that he is quote to her. What's what else do you need? Wow. That's pretty cool. So he'll be laid to rest tomorrow. The procession is at ten our Thursday, rather what's taking place tomorrow. This is the procession to lie in state right now, he's lying in state now and that started happening last night for thirty six hours or so tomorrow is the state funeral in Washington. Okay. Yeah. Okay. So then and then laid to rest on Thursday. I gotcha. Okay. All right. So you're in Texas. The body is going to be brought back down here to Texas. And then the burial happens after another in Houston. The burial happens if the Bush library at college station. Wow. All right. Well, thank you. Jim Ryan for that report. We appreciate it. Right. Have time for this. I do you got a couple of minutes to talk about your big footprint, you'll wolf you the United Nations climate summit. We'll be emitting a lot of CO two. Any guesses? The size of this carbon six eighty two hundred American homes for a year. Wow. Could be powered. By the amount of carbon that is going to be released simply from these dunderheads. Leila is so necessary meeting to discuss nothing is an investment in the future of our planet. They're discussing nothing nothing is going to happen. They've been telling us now, they're not gonna do anything. They can't do. Anything francis. Burning right now. Because that idiot Mahal hall. Decided to assess a carbon tax and people are working people real people who have to actually work for a freaking living. Not these elitist snob jackasses who run around going. I'll tell you how you should live your life. You know what I did last? I got so mad. How mad did you get my wife sent me a link to a link din article written by the CEO of? Patagonia. Patagonia outdoor equipment all the thousand dollar jackets. Yeah. Yeah. They're an outdoor brand. And they're the guy who founded it. Supposedly was a socialist. Right. He wasn't. He was a capitalist. But he faked being he's not giving everyone thousand dollar jackets are using socialism to sell to millennials. That's what they're doing socialism. And then like environmentalism, so she writes this piece in the opening line of the piece was that. And I don't let me see if I have it in front of me because as a musical you, look, no, I'll just paraphrase it opening line of her piece was basically that the tax cuts were irresponsible. And as a result of that. They were getting ten million back, and they didn't feel like they deserved it. Oh, and so they were going to take that ten million and give it to green stuff. And so I posted on I I wrote on the article it was funny because all these comments were like, oh, that's so great. You still awesome. I was the first guy to criticize it. So I got common. And I was like what arrogant condescending thing to say tell that to millions of American small businesses who were make barely getting by. And now that irresponsible tax cut allows them to invest in their business their people and their customers, and what was funny about it was was it after I did that all these people started weighing in on it and like CEOs and business people were weighing in on. It was like I open I picked the scab off. And I opened up the pathway and everybody was like well, hell, we'll all go into gimme some degree green stuff. I'm I'll give you some more. This eighty two hundred American homes in a year. That's how much carbon crap. They're going to be they're going to be emitting and the at the UN climate summit. All right coming up Senator rand Paul joins us. We'll talk about criminal Justice reform, NewsRadio eight forty WFAN when.
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"This is Paul miles in the newsroom, and here are some of the stories. We're following an American automaker is cutting jobs and closing plants carjacking lands to people in jail and a police car in a building and a six month journey to Mars is nearing its dramatic grand. Finale those stories, plus traffic and weather coming up at the top of the hour. News Radio eight forty WHAT S actually heard the. The reporter from CBS this morning say that one of the advantages if they're able to land this craft on Mars today is that it would help us off climate team. Really? Just not W. Does it everything to do with climate change? Please. We by the way, there's a new report out that we're actually the last two years have been record cold and ironically caused by global warming the well, and and yet both of the last two years. What have we heard this is the hottest summer we've ever had on record? And it's not freaking true. So it's like come on. And when you get CNN reports and ingenious yet unproven right right out of the gate. They basically destroy the entire credibility of their story about spraying aerosols into the atmosphere to dim the sun. I thought of a problem with my ingenious, but unproven I wanted to put a big giant ceiling fan on the moon, or whatever brand. Okay. Then we can get our big remote control turn it on and blow some air down to the planet earth and cooler, but what if that ceiling fan actually acted as a giant propeller instead than pushing the mood out into space, then the tides might overwhelm Al Gore's house. I've thought of a problem with my ingenious unproven would be you would be you would be it would be a total failure. I saw what happened. Jim Carey pulled the moon closer to earth. It'd be good. I don't know. What's going to happen? I good. I need to do some research, but unproven thing normal rights have none of these idiots watch the SCI fi films where Hugh. Humans have destroyed the earth by deliberately messing with nature. James lang. Along the same line. I swear I've seen SCI fi movies about the apocalypse that resulted from some no it all environmental expert doing their thing to block the sunlight on the planet. Scott says in space. No one can hear you scream or your ceiling fan. I like I like that. You're ceiling fan is an ingenious yet unproven idea. It is. Oh my God. Well, wait a minute. Hold on like, we can put a ceiling fan on the back of the earth. And then we could follow the moon. What's the back of the earth, rotate, Australia? Oh. Well, I mean, how does that make New Zealand Dan Gilbert? I love I love. I gotta love that CNN's editors don't even bother to read the articles. They put on it's like an ingenious and unproven. I'm sorry. It's not an idea if it's not proven there's been so many ideas that you're like, wow. If we could just do X, it would be great. But then when you actually go to try to do acts, you realize that acts cannot be done without ABC through x y and z, you know, all those things before the Wright brothers the bicycle with the flapping wings ingenious genius idea deadly until it wasn't. That's what I was saying with the sern- supercollider because everybody thought one of two things is going to happen. We're either going to be able to split atoms, which would be awesome and create antimatter or we'll blow up the known universe. So until we do one way or the other. It was not ingenious now it's ingenious because it involved the universe until they uncrossed their fingers. Exactly..
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"Sitting at the thanksgiving table or in the emergency room. Jim Ryan ABC news. The national guard is arriving in California. The search for victims and the badly burned town of paradise. The campfire has become the most destructive blaze in state history has killed at least forty eight people. Hundreds are reported missing Kentucky, Republican Mitch McConnell will get another term as Senate majority leader in the next congress McConnell got the nod in a unanimous vote of Senate Republicans today, Senate, Democrats or tapping New York's Chuck Schumer for another term as minority leader. Your next news update at twelve o'clock. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H E, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic station. Hey, Tom was that a touchdown? Did he get in? It was a little short of the goal line. So speaking of coming up short I've been having some trouble getting a touchdown in the bedroom. If you know what I mean, I think I've got erectile dysfunction. Don't sweat it man. Did you know that more than half the men by the age of fifty suffer for me D effect? I suffered for years, and I'm not even fifty really, but you seem to be fine with I wasn't at all. So I called the movements clinic and up. My confidential appointment successfully treated twenty thousand patients. For years. Nice tackle. Maybe it's time for you to tackle that man. You're right. I'm gonna call the Louisville men's clinic and tackle my smart move, buddy. Get back in the game today. Call the Louisville men's clinic at.
Notre Dame No. 1 in preseason women's college basketball poll
"Notre Dame is number one in the preseason AP women's college basketball poll, the Irish are the defending national champs. They returned four starters. From last season's team in second is Yukon, followed by Oregon Baylor in Louisville is ranked fifth followed by Mississippi State and magician. Harry Houdini his childhood home in New York City is being dedicated today. It's on east seventy ninth street in Manhattan and was originally a boarding house after the ceremony New York magicians will conduct a seance at Houdini apartment building to try to communicate with the legendary escape artist. Just as they do every year who d- died on Halloween in nineteen twenty six at the age of fifty two your next news update at ten thirty. I'm Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty W H, A S, Kentucky, atas, breaking news, weather, and
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"Hayes city officials say there was no way they could go on with the louder than life festival because of the conditions at champions park. Bill Cosby is back inside a Pennsylvania courthouse to learn his fate, the judge in his sexual assault. Case says he will announce his sentence. Shortly Cosby was found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman. His home fourteen years ago. Prosecutors have asked for five to ten years in prison. Cosby's attorney is asking for home incarceration. President Trump today lashing out at Democrats accusing supreme court nominee Brett cabin all of sexual misconduct. Playing a Todd. The president launching the attack during a news conference on the sidelines of the UN general assembly. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is challenging majority leader Mitch McConnell for calling the accusations against capital a smear job. It is galling galling for the Republican leader who has done more than maybe anyone else to politicize. The supreme court nomination process to make these trumped up hyperbolic charges of partisanship by Democrats in South Carolina. The flood danger is getting closer for the city of Georgetown and emergency officials are pleading with people do a vacuum. Wait, the rivers that flow past the community. Thirty five miles down the coast from Myrtle Beach are gorge with rain from hurricane Florence and are certain to overflow this week floodwaters five to ten feet deeper expected about eight thousand people live in and around Georgetown, your next news update. At two thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio. Eight forty W. H E Kentucky Anna's, George Shannon.
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"Is in Jacksonville North Carolina about twenty miles inland. Oslo county. They actually didn't even open up any shelters. They were busing people inland further inland. Tickets other shelters that other counties getting them out of this area. We did see it meets the people that decided to ride the storm out. We always come across those folks for the advice to everyone wants to get out of town. But obviously at this point if you have not left at
Scarlett Johansson Dethrones Emma Stone as Hollywood's Highest-Paid Actress of 2018
"And there's a new highest. Paid actress in Hollywood here's ABC's Jason Nathanson Fight the battles Black widow makes Bank. Forbes and Scarlett Johansson is Hollywood's. Highest paid actress she reportedly pulled in forty point five million bucks in. The past year thanks largely to avengers 0 ward and. Its upcoming sequel the only other movie Hansen was in was I love dogs is the. Voice of, nutmeg Forbes says Angelina Jolie is in second place with twenty eight point two million Jennifer Aniston in third with just under, twenty million Jennifer Lawrence and Reese Witherspoon round out the top five and last. Year's top, earner Emma stone not even in the
Northern Kentucky Joins Nationwide Hepatitis A Outbreak
"Louisville resident has died from hepatitis a. that brings the total number of people who have. Died from the infection in Jefferson County it's a five with the number. Of cases approaching six hundred this year there have been eight hepatitis Abe, related deaths across Kentucky health officials said The outbreak is centered in the city's homeless. Population along with illegal drug users? Experts said the best way to protect yourself is. To get
Tennessee Executes Inmate With Controversial Drugs Despite Sotomayor's Powerful Dissent
"Blistering dissent from supreme court Justice Sonia. Sotomayor hours before Tennessee's first execution in nearly, a decade Thursday after the high court cleared the way for the execution denying a. Request for a stay or riding in her opinion. That, the state was on the verge. Of inflicting several minutes of torturous pain on an inmate Custody she, was referencing the court fight over three drug lethal injections in. Several states Associated Press reporter Jonathan Matisse witnessed the execution of, the man could Dan for the nine hundred eighty five rape and murder of a child and describes his
Pompeo testifies on Trump-Putin summit
"Afternoon more of, the same partly cloudy, with highs around ninety degree weather forecast I'm meteorologist Tiffany savant it's up to eighty eight at NewsRadio. Eight forty w.. H. a. s. our top story the thirteenth triple crown winner will race no more Paul miles reports Winstar farm. Announced that justified has. Been retired from racing trainer Bob Baffert says justified is not responding quick enough from an ankle injury and there's no time to train for his, scheduled career finale in the Breeders Cup Classic at Churchill Downs. Justify raced just six times all as a three year old and he won every race. Becoming the first undefeated triple crown winner since Seattle slew the Colt will return to Kentucky next month with a possible sale to coolmore stud farm that. Is home to two thousand fifteen triple crown winner American pharaoh Paul miles NewsRadio, eight forty w. h. a. s. secretary, of state Mike Pompeo was on the hot seat that the capital today. Opening a Senate hearing Senator Bob. Menendez a New Jersey says it's hard to get. Pompeo to tell. What. Went on during the Trump Putin summit. But seems to have taken a three ring circus, of a debacle of. A meeting with President Putin. And a reality TV summit that was, little more than a photo op with a brutal dictator one hearing with the secretary of state Pompeo says Trump briefed him about what. Was said in his private to our meeting with Putin. At the Helsinki, summit he did not reveal what was discussed Pompeo defended, the president's right to hold private meetings there was no. One else in the Trump, Putin meeting other than to translators a new report from the Kentucky office of drug control policy shows how lethal the drug problem is the new report shows that over. Fifteen hundred Kentuckians died as a result of a drug overdose last year that's an eleven and a half percent increase compared to two thousand sixteen. When one, thousand four hundred sixty eight people died fat Neal was a factor, and approximately fifty two percent of the toxicology cases up from roughly forty seven percent in two thousand. Sixteen the report says, the top five counties four deaths per capita are Kenton Campbell Boyd Mason and gentlemen, county Haley Hanson NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. eighteen year old Tyler Giral went to have a day of Fun before she was off to serve his country in the marines he was killed on. A ride called the fireball at the Ohio State fair last year when it broke apart mid, air amber Duffield Tyler's mom says safety has not improved since the deadly. Accident now she spends her time pressuring state officials, to pass Tyler's law a state law that would require extensive right inspections at fairs I don't want anybody else to have that Because that, was terrible amusements of America who handles the state fair rides has. Brought in a third party. To examine the, rides in addition to their workers for this year's, fair they say, they are no longer doing business, with the makers of the fireball a restaurant, south of Seattle has been a victim. Of what could be turning. Into a, disturbing trend scammers trying to extort money by leaving bad reviews. The one-star reviews of Napoli, Italian restaurants and it's Speakeasy lounge called the food garbage and ripped the staff the reviews are horrible manager Jason Fulton, says, business, plummeted when. People read those things on yelp Google and. Facebook then he got a letter demanding nine hundred dollars to take down the reviews which he said were traced to Romania. The sheriff in Pierce county Washington says we are seeing extortion cases on a daily basis right now and in, this particular, case there. Wasn't much to do besides flag the bad reviews and count. On the public to get the star rating backup Scott Goldberg ABC, news your next news update is at six thirty I'm Suzanne. NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. Kentucky His breaking news weather and traffic station Trainer Bob Baffert says justified is not responding quick.
Trump considering revoking security clearances for Comey, Brennan
"Cents on August I m s de says the rate hike helps cover daily operating costs the utility is currently repairing a pipe that carries forty percent of the city's daily wastewater underneath west main street and several lanes of east Broadway bar closed, because of this weekend's. Cave-in of a one hundred fifty two year old sewer line Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty w. h., a. s., President Trump may yank the security clearances of some top ex intelligence chiefs the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security Clearance. Because they've politicized and in some cases monetize their public service and security clearances Republican Senator rand. Paul suggested the president revoked the security clearance a former CIA director John Brennan who criticized the Helsinki summit Sanders said not. Only, was the president, considering pulling Brennan's clearance he was. Also looking into whether to remove the clearances a, former FBI director James Comey former, CIA director, Michael Hayden former national. Security adviser Susan Rice and former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe the US coastguard. Raise the sunken duck boat. From southern misery lake US coastguards captain Scott. Stormer said divers took photos of the bottom of the duck boat for their investigation, the boat sank Thursday evening when a storm brought near hurricane-force winds to Missouri's table rock lake killing seventeen of the thirty one passengers on board new research. Released this afternoon suggests some surprising implications some foods may have on our heart health cardiologists and lead study author Andrew.
Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M
"About the newsradio eight forty w j on the meteorologist pamela savage with your friday forecast will watch for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms today is front moves across the area temperatures not as hot as yesterday we'll top out at eighty eight degrees we'll be drying out less humid pleasant tonight with the low near sixty three grade weakened ahead with sunny skies in eightyfive saturday we'll be back up to ninety sunday at your wwl ky forecast i'm meteorologist not milosovic it's seventy six newsradio eight forty w h a s top story louisville police shot a man who allegedly was holding a woman at knifepoint the man was transported to the university of louisville hospital where he has since been pronounced dead our public integrity unit will be handling this investigation chief steve conrad speaking at the scene of the shooting at the colonial oaks apartments on southside drive this woman lives there knows the man and woman involved in that incident i just see him outside they're always very friendly hi how you doing you know obviously in this community a lot of nationalities so language barriers but everybody always speaks police are expected to release more information about the shooting later today a diver who was helping to rescue that thirteen people trapped in a cave in thailand has died apparently died from lack of oxygen during an overnight mission the bbc sophie long reports from the scene in today's press conference the quality in a cave where the boys remain traps they've been that out team days is deteriorating oxidant is now fifteen percent and they've spent the last five days coming out thousands of gallons of water it is now reigning light shower the cost of the rest of the day but on sunday where expecting heavy rain and the fear is that could bring the wolves levels right back out game maybe even worse the twelve boys and their soccer coach have been trapped for nearly two weeks embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned in a pair of tweets president trump announced the news adding that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will take over on monday white house correspondent steven portnoy has more list of allegations against scott pruitt seemed to grow by the week in fact just this week came word from his own former staffers that he had them white key meetings from his official calendar there were his efforts to have aids work to secure business opportunities for his wife the sweetheart rent deal he struck with a dc lobbyist his business class travel which he initially justified out of concerns for his safety while the president said for months that pruitt was doing an effective job is head of the the camel's back has apparently finally been broken it's seven oh four at newsradio eight forty w h a s louisville police have recovered some items stolen by the socalled gnome theme steve suzanne devolve is following that story louisville metro police have recovered many items believed to have been stolen during a rash of thefts from lawns in the highlands area dozens of thefts the platters of flowers bird baths patio furniture and garden gnomes were reported these neighbors were on hand at lapd fifth division station going through the staff we're just really happy to have adam have them back we were very disappointed to have things stolen and we're very excited to have things recovered police have identified barton bishop as the suspect in the case suzanne duval newsradio eight forty w h a s the second collapse at the barton seventeen ninety two distillery in bardstown is not as bad as the first teams from kentucky's environment cabinet say the whiskey spill from wednesday's warehouse collapses contained much better than the first time the warehouse fell barton's owner says it's not sure how many of the eighteen thousand barrels of bourbon inside the warehouse can be salvaged at the box office this weekend another marvel film move will reign supreme atman is back i seem to mess it up almost every time this time he has the wasp with him and the duo will take first place this weekend expectations are in the eighty million dollar range some optimists think it could break one hundred million though either way should do much better than the original in two thousand fifteen which opened a fifty seven million of the other new releases the first purge is looking around thirty five million after opening tuesday which would be off the pace in the last film that would put it in fourth behind jurassic world to an incredible stew jason nathanson abc news hollywood your next news update at seven thirty i'm paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s kentucky anna's breaking news.
Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court
"The shelters i x ray machine and for surgery tables and much more and there will be grooming and photo rooms to ensure homeless shelter pets look their best for potential adopters the animal care center is expected to open in late summer two thousand nineteen paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s multiple reports say president trump has narrowed the list of possible supreme court nominees down to three names the three contenders are appeals court judges brett cavanaugh raymond catholic and amy coney barrett cavanaugh and cutlet served as law clerks to justice anthony kennedy while barrett clerked for justice antonin scalia president trump is expected to announce his pick for the supreme court next monday the trump administration has given an update on its efforts to reunite separated children with their parents who were arrested after they illegally crossed the us mexico border to government is now giving a rough estimate of the number of children still separated from their parents health and human services secretary alex as our says it's under three thousand including approximately one hundred children under the age of five as our says the government will comply with recent court order demanding that all the children be returned to their parents within thirty days as our says that's an artificial timetable and he says it could thwart proper vetting of what he calls purported parents steven portnoy washington a new lgbt youth.
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"Have to swim out through a narrow underwater passage this according to a top official in thailand is heavy rains forecast for the area could worsen flooding inside the vast cavern to british cave divers were the ones to find a group yesterday members of the british cave rescue council vice chair bill white house says they know what they're doing very experienced cave divers with experience or diving in very serious flooded caves and they all over the world in a worst case scenario the boys will have to stay in the k for up to four months so that they can be trained to dive and swim today marks three years since the disappearance of bardstown mother of five paul miles has the latest crystal rogers went missing on july third two thousand fifteen or car found abandoned on the side of bluegrass parkway sherry ballard is roger's mother she tells w l k why we need to bring her home we need to find some closure ring it's hard to move on you can't move on you know you think about her constantly and that's gonna change once we bring her home rogers boyfriend was named a suspect in her disappearance but he was never charged the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case has grown to one hundred thousand dollars paul miles newsradio eight forty what yes the white house says president trump has interviewed four candidates to fill a supreme court vacancy president trump says he'll announce his choice on monday correspondent ouija jiang at the white house says there are no wild cards on the president's shortlist the president and the white house continues to say that he will not explicitly talk about roe versus wade and these candidates views on that to determine whether they would automatically overturn the case but the fact is he does not have to he is choosing from a list of twenty five names that have been carefully vetted twentyfive names that have been out there now for almost two years that we know are conservatives trump set to announce his pick on july ninth authorities and franklin county are investigating the death of a three year old boy who was found unresponsive inside a hot vehicle calvin hedges was pronounced dead just before ten friday night medical examiner's performed an autopsy saturday but they have not announced a cause of death frankfort police and the coroner are investigating the chairman of the indiana democratic party is calling for the resignation of the state's attorney general who was accused of inappropriately touching four women party chair john's odi i will defer to the legislative leadership on what other process might be involved but i've certainly made myself very clear about where i stand on what the attorney general should do and shouldn't be tolerated in any workplace or social environment.