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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Yes, we have football tonight. And did Paul Miles. Just say, like half price beer from like. When the gates open Yeah gates open at, uh, 6 38 or six or 6 30. Whichever it is half price, beer, fountain drinks and waters all the way up until half time. Let's go to the tailgate area right now. Tony Cruz. Do you already have two beers in your hands? Now? He's already had two beers in his mouth, half price beer until I have prices being what do you think it's gonna? What's it? What's the rice going to be like with two minutes left before the half? Oh, my God. Get six beers. Everybody go get six beers. They're all have price. It probably depends on the score, right? I mean, if it's already 49 to 3 Yeah, maybe a half time to drink rush. Yeah, exactly right. Yeah. Tony Cruz. I wanted to bring you in at the beginning. First off. I played that clip from the morning show. I have enjoyed that I saw the first season sometime ago. We were rewatching that Jennifer Aniston is that she's you know, a network TV morning person like Robin Roberts or Savannah Guthrie or one of those kind of people, right? And just the egos and the things that go on backstage. Is this kind of funny and those of us in the media enjoy all that ego backstage nonsense that we see sometimes and laugh about. But Tony Cruises ego less He is our morning hero, and it's almost his birthday and just a few hours, so I wanted to wish you cruise man. A happy birthday. I'm closing in on you. I am. Thank you. That's very nice of you. You're really not closing in on me because I am the same distance every day of you. Alright. Don't do you ever get asked? So what? Are you going to retire? I go. Well, Is it that bad? Or you know the show or Do I look at bad? You know, he's like, Well, I don't I don't want to retire him like everybody else who works there. Tired, right? And people? Yes, People say that to me, too. And I always say, you know, I'm still enjoying it. I I have a deal here at this company for another 3.5 years or whatever, but boy But you know that's that that neither here nor there. It's just a matter of as long as you enjoy doing it, and I do it. I know you do, too. I just want to wish you a happy birthday. You're the anchor of the ship. Toni Kroos weekday mornings. And I would say you're the anchor of wh Stop on that. Just try to get people of who? Their mornings, you know now, have you? How many years have you been our morning, man? Uh, June of 2000 and four. I can do math at 17 years. Yeah, 17. How's it feel? Because I did morning shows for eight years and I always felt like I had gone 10 rounds with Mike Tyson and just always feel beaten down. Uh, yes. Every single day. It's tiring. I mean, But I'm not really. And maybe it shows. I hope not a morning guy. I'm more of an evening guy, because, you know, I spent so much time now and just doing sports by watch four times a kid. I don't know if that changed my clock or my clock is just more of Evening or oriented clock, but No, I mean, I have remember asking Wayne and Paul Rodgers Stokes. So do you ever get used to this Because I used to produce for Wayne. But people didn't know that a years ago, and he said No, Not really. So dipole goes. Don't everybody used to it. So, Yeah, we'll have the happiest of birthdays. I don't know if I'll see at the ball game tonight. But if I miss if we miss each other, uh, I just want to wish you happy birthday because I know it's tomorrow. Yes, Thank you. I've got grandkids coming tonight. So they're UK fans are going to be watching your valve. It was for a quarter. We'll see how things go. Okay, well, happy birthday. Sorry. We didn't get you a cake or anything. But you know how it is. We're not allowed to touch each other. Look at each other here in the building so we can bring anybody that cake. So that's a shame, but yeah, I appreciate Terry. You're the best love you crew zcu, buddy. Alright, later in this show, we're going to talk with Chris Chandler Because on Fridays I do this. What wh s 100. That is where walking up to our 1/100 birthday of this radio station. Chris Chandler and I had a nice conversation about an hour and a half ago. He's in Atlanta, Georgia. He's still an afternoon news anchor like he was for me 20 years ago. And he still hilarious. So that's at 4 35 today We're also going to be talking up the game, of course Football game tonight, which will carry here on news radio 8 40 W. H s. Pre game shows that six o'clock tonight and then Jodi Dylan's going to join me momentarily. We'll talk about a few other events that are popping up this weekend. And then Ian. We'll get into some NFL football as well. Yeah, I'm not sure there was any NFL football last night. I don't I don't think those two teams are very good, but there's some good games coming up things to chew on. That's for sure. Plus, it's given for good. Louisville will be discussing that. In just a bit as well here. We're glad.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Opinion that that's where I strongly disagree is that we have to have masking in all of our schools, Vaccination in order to stay open and in our schools. Vaccine incentives are coming for Kentucky school workers. The State Department of Education says it will reimburse districts that offer $100 incentives to staff who get vaccinated by December, 1st. Even with new variance of Covid 19 emerging health officials say vaccines are still the most effective way to keep out of the hospital and survive and infection. More from ABC is Dave Packer, more evidence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the effectiveness of Covid 19 vaccines, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says, since the emergence of the Delta variants are seeing more people in the hospital who have, um, been vaccinated. But what I want to reiterate here is It's so well over 90% of people who are in the hospital are unvaccinated and those who were unvaccinated were about 4.5 times. More likely to get covid 19/10 times more likely to be hospitalized and 11 times more likely to die from the disease. Dave Packer ABC News a Louisville teenager, miss charged with the killing of another young teen. Police say the 14 year old suspect a boy is now facing a murder charge months after the April killing of another 14 year old boy. The shooting happened in the southwest part of the city. On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the 9 11. Terror attacks. New York police and other state and federal officials say they will be on alert this weekend with an increased presence throughout Manhattan. As the weekend begins. During a security briefing today, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio reaffirming that There remains no credible threat against the city. You're going to see presence all over the city. We do not regard ground zero as the only potential target tomorrow we are going to protect the entire city. A key court ruling is going against Apple in the way it runs its APP store. More from business reporter Jason Brooks, a federal judge in Oakland, ruled that Apple can no longer prohibit APP developers from providing links or other communications for outside payment systems. Apple charges upwards of 30% for in APP purchases something fortnite maker epic games, try to get around with its own payment system. Only to have fortnite booted by Apple out of its APP store. Apple last week said it would relax rules to allow some APP developers such as Netflix and Spotify to include an outside link so users could sign up for a paid subscription accounts. Jason Brooks reporting Your next news at four o'clock I'm Paul Miles NewsRadio, 8 40 w h A s..

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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07:02 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A s Louisville Police need the public's help in finding a victim of a kidnapping for ransom Sergeant met Kennington, says the family of 25 year old Jermaine Spruell, her Received several facetime calls showing him bound with several guns pointed at him were requesting the community's help to try to locate Mr Spur and his vehicle. The victim's vehicle is a blue 2016 Jeep Cherokee with the black Carbon fiber hood. With the Kentucky this plate of 771 JW, and it also has tended Windows. Sergeant Kennington says the kidnappers demanded a large amount of money from spruce family for his return. Louisville's professional women's soccer team is losing one of its star players to international duty racing. Louisville forward Nadia Nadim has been called up to Denmark's national team for the start of the 2023 World Cup qualifying. Denmark is Nadine's adopted nation, an Afghan refugee, Her family fled there when she was a child. And today marks the 50th anniversary of the release of John Lennon's Imagine album. Imagine There's no Heaven The song Imagine Reached Number three on the billboard Hot 100 back in 1971 hell below ours! Your next news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles. NewsRadio, 8 40 W H A. S Joe Elliott For Terry Miners at NewsRadio 8 40. W. H S. The special session in Frankfurt continues. And there's been all kinds of chatter about this mask, mandate Bill slash education bill and kind of where we are and where we go next. My question is, what kind of flexibility does this give schools your school and as a parent? What kind of flexibility or options does it give you and your kids? There's just so many questions about this state representative Steve Riley is from Glasgow. He's the vice chair of the of the committee that yesterday said no to the revision of the bill and then later in the day, said yes. But he certainly can bring us some information about this bill and where we are in the house and Senate and we'll see if we can make a little sense out of what are it really is a lot of confusing information that's kind of come out over the past few days. Representative Riley. I really do appreciate you spending some time with us and giving us a little clarity on this. And I guess my first question to you would be. Where are we right now? Does it appear that the House and the Senate Are on the same page when it comes to this bill. Yes, sir. Right now we're hearing Senate Bill one. Which is a mirror of house, Bill. One, Okay? And we're hearing, uh, testimony it right now in the in the chambers. So it looks like we're going to. I know there was there was a point there where there were some differences. It looks like everybody is on the same page. So we're all going to be kind of looking at the same thing here, Correct? It appears that way. Yes, sir. So If this bill passes and I would expect that it will, uh what? What's what's different our local school districts and municipalities. They're going to be able to make their own decisions about masks. Am I correct? That's correct. They will, they will have to present a plan to Katie within five days after the final passage of the bill to indicate what their plan is going to be as far as mask are concerned. And that will be up to them. Determine what kind of whether they want to have mass not have mask. What kind of plan they want to do. What what? What are the parameters They're going attached to it. They're going to have a lot of flexibility. And in this, uh As far as mask are concerned. So parents, it's it's always or it's generally easier to access government at at the most local level, because you know they're they're paying attention and things so parents will have a chance to go to their schools and to their school boards and let their voices be heard at that point, which is, you know a lot easier to do than than going to Frankfurt where you have so many different constituents, and you know you're talking about a statewide situation so we can do all this at the local level is what I'm hearing. That's correct. And it's at the Frankfurt level. You know, if you live in Louisville, you're not my constituent. You know, I had the constituents in my area, so a lot of those people making those decisions. Are not your representative. And if get decisions made by, frankly But if you're doing a local school board, it is people that are that are representing your your community. So what does the bill say about non traditional instruction? How much flexibility our our local schools going to have? Because if we're going to shut down You know if if we want to send everybody home, we don't want to have to send down. Send the whole school district down. Necessarily, because there might be a couple of there might be a couple of schools. There might be a couple of classrooms and an individual school. Where it might make more sense to have everybody at home for a while. How do we? How do we address that? We'll hear that here. The options, Joe one. Of course, they're going to have 10 empty. I debate which many school districts have been doing for the last five or six years, primarily for inclement weather. Um, but they can use these for covid. Um, schools are also going to have 20 remote learning dates, and that's the part that you mentioned about closing a particular school, a particular grade or whatever that may need to be. If you have a major outbreak, and it would not Require the rest of the school district to close. That would just be that area and those students are gone. Remote instruction. You have 20 days to do that. The other way that you can do this is that in Kentucky, you go to school 170 days. That's the minimum. You have to go right and put a provision in that you have to go about 62 hours. So if your day is, you know, 6.6 hours, which I think Louisville is. Many of the school systems are seven hours at school can decide that they need. If there's a big outbreak, they can shut down. For a period time. But by the end of the school year by the end of May or June, or whenever you get out, you have to have two completed 1000 62 hours Now you can make up a lot of those hours by going 10 minutes at the end of the school day, whatever that may be, But it gives you flexibility to be able to do all those things. And, um and that and that last you know this year. But the way we looked at it is we're giving schools flexibility, and then we come back in January and in January. If we have to make adjustments, the outbreak gets worser or if you get if we get a lot better. We have the ability to make adjustments. Once we come back in January, so this is designed to get schools to December 31st. It's what it's designed to do. I got you. How about testing? Is there Is there any provision for testing if there's if there's some sort of outbreak in his? Are.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To build north and south bound as you reach the expressway. Our next report in 10 minutes. I'm Bobby Ellis NewsRadio 8 40 W. H. A S. W. O k Y meteorologist mammal, a ceviche with a nice stretch of pleasant weather across the Ohio River Valley. Starting today, we're going to dial back the heat with highs near 83 a good amount of sunshine and a few passing clouds in the afternoon will be clear and cool tonight Lows down to 62 Sunny, pleasant again tomorrow with highs near 83. Up to 85 with the sunny skies on Thursday. We'll head back to the nineties by Friday and watch for some pop up showers and storms for the weekend at your latest wook Y forecast. I'm at Melissa Veg, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, Weather and Traffic station. This is news radio. Wait, 40 w H A s Your news Now It's 6 30. Good morning. I'm Paul Miles news radio 8 40, But Uhh asked. It looks to be a nice day in Louisville with sunny skies, temperatures in the low eighties and low humidity. But that's not the case out West, A dangerous heat wave is hitting states like Arizona, Nevada and California. Mercury climbing to well over 100. I think about these Children, hoping that people don't leave the kids and the pets in the course. So that's a huge concern for me. Today's high in Phoenix is expected to be 118 and doctors at Burn centers are warning temperatures on exposed sidewalks could reach 170 degrees. Southwest is flying again after a technical glitch caused delays across the nation. A weather monitoring system went down last night for about three hours, and it kept nearly 1400 planes grounded at airports. Passengers from Denver to Florida complained on social media. Day after one candidate announced the suspension of his mayoral campaign. Another move was announced in the race to fill Mayor Greg Fishers vacancy next year. Former Metro Council member Barbara Sexton Smith, who many believed would run for Louisville.

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Federal government executes first woman in 67 years

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Federal government executes first woman in 67 years

"Attorneys tried to keep her alive, but the only woman on federal death row has now been executed. 93 w IBC correspondent Paul Miles. Reports. Lisa Montgomery is the first woman executed by the federal government in 67 years she was given a lethal injection at the prison and terror Hoat But gunnery fatally strangled a pregnant woman in 2004, then cut open her body and kidnapped her baby. Her attorneys argued that Montgomery was mentally ill and should not be executed. Lisa Montgomery gave no last statement. She was pronounced dead at 1:31 A.m. local time.

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Nashville explosion: Camper van blast suspect named by police

Sean Hannity

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Nashville explosion: Camper van blast suspect named by police

"Nashville, Tennessee. Today. The cleanup continues as the investigation goes on. That investigation is trying to figure out why what happened on Christmas Day happened. The bombing in Nashville FBI director David Rouse says they still don't know what type or amount of explosive was used in the bombing. Where we're at on that right now is his evidence has been sent to Quantico and the FBI is analyzing that Evan, the man believed to be responsible for the bombing, Anthony Warner blew himself up in the explosion. He was not on our radar. He was not One that was identified a zipper sin of interest for the bureau and so we were not familiar with this individual until until this incident round, says authorities are still trying to determine a motive for the bombing. I'm Paul Miles.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S Mr Jody Devlin joins us. He's got sports news Force, and Paul Miles sent this tweet. I guess you guys saw this. Will Smith getting married? Our will put the Los Angeles Dodgers. Yeah. Maxie ran into will at the gas station a couple weeks ago, and he said this day was coming up. It's not congrats to will Apparently, some other Dodgers got married too, because a lot of people in the threat is saying, Well, What is it all these Dodgers? They win. They get a World Series ring, and now they get another ring that we're going for all the rings they can get. Congrats, the will and the care as I think. I think it's this evening is what is what I saw. Hey, Terry, some really big news for the University of Louisville football team. CJ Avery, who has been the leading tackler for the Louisville defense for the last two years on just announced a little while ago that he is returning for his extra year of eligibility. So Louisville getting their biggest defense of guy that are their best defensive guy for the last two years or leading tackler back for another season. So that should help got a lot of young guys on that on that defense, But that should definitely help getting CJ back. The University of Louisville Women's basketball team still on Paul's Their game on Sunday, has now been postponed against Miami, Western Kentucky, by the way, their game on Monday for women has been also been postponed. Because Samford is dealing with Cove. It issues Kentucky and North Carolina tomorrow afternoon, two o'clock in Cleveland. The Louisville Cardinals expected to have seven are only seven or eight scholarship players tomorrow when they take on Wisconsin. That game is at noon. You can hear the UK game ready. Wait. 40 wh s the Louisville game over on our sister station over on cards. Radio. 7.

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"paul miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To CBS in Walgreens, destined for long term care facilities in the state. I'm Paul Miles. And now the latest traffic and weather together at this time, I'm not seeing any major accidents or the lays. But if you do see anything, just give us a call it 4 to 1 63 97. Now the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear Dentist Don kam Showers will develop into the overnight We can't rule out a little snow mixing in, but most temperatures will stay above freezing until around daybreak. That's when our low bottoms out of 32. We'll see seasonal temperatures Monday. We'll have clouds in the morning and then sunshine by the afternoon. The high 40 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorology Sherry Hughes news radio 700 wlw. The radar is showing some light rain in the northern Kentucky area moving up to Cincinnati, and it's currently 42 degrees. Police are investigating a case of a missing three year old whose mother was found dead near the Purple People Bridge. The toddler was last seen on December 4th at his home in Walnut Hills. Police had confirmed today that the missing three year old boy Milo Lattimore, is the son of 29 year old Leticia Lattimore. Police are saying that 20 year old dish on Brown was arrested for the death of his girlfriend, Lattimore after he stabbed her multiple times. Brown.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Condition. There are no suspects. If you know anything about what happened, you're asked to call the anonymous tip line. That number is 574 l e m p. D. We're heading to Frankfurt. That's where we find Attorney General Daniel Cameron. He is getting some support from attorneys generals from 20 states backing him up in his efforts to defend a controversial bill banning so called live dismemberment abortions. The law was signed by former governor Matt Bevin in 2018 and bands, the dilation and evacuation procedure on a fetus. Earlier this year. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's team argued in defense of the law on behalf of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services before the U. S Court of Appeals, which upheld a permanent injunction against the law. Cameron is now defending that law before the Supreme Court. A group of attorneys general led by Arizona's attorney general has since filed an amicus brief to support Attorney General Cameron's effort to defend the law. Haley Hanson News Radio. Wait, 40 wh Yes, Another federal execution is planned for later today. Paul Miles has the story. Brandon Bernard was 18 years old when he and four other teenagers robbed and abducted a young couple Todd and Stacy Bagley in Texas in 1999. The victims were placed in a car trunk. They were shot and the car was burned at the time. We're not reflective of who are that wouldn't hurt and I was bringing people in here. That was Bernard in a video from death row four years ago. Among those calling for President Trump to stop the execution is reality TV star Kim Kardashian West who says Bernard was not the ringleader in the crime? I'm Paul Miles. There are two critical Senate elections in early January and the political heavy hitters air heading to Georgia to campaign for him A B C's Karen Travers with the latest on Joe Biden and vice President Pence's travels, President elect Joe Biden will travel to Georgia next Tuesday to campaign for the Democratic Senate candidates in the January 5th run off elections. Item will hit the trail in Atlanta on behalf of John Aasif and Reverend Raphael Warnock. The balance of power in the Senate is at stake in these elections, Also from war knocker, challenging incumbent senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, vice president. Pence is in Augusta, Georgia today to campaign for the Republican Senators. President Trump was in the state last Saturday for a rally. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington. And it's one way to burn off steam after a spat with your spouse walking almost 300, Miles A B C's Megan Williams tells us about the Italian Forrest Gump after a quarrel with his wife and Italian man went for a walk to cool off and kept going for 280 Miles. Police stop the 48 year old at two in the morning in a small town on Italy's Adriatic coast. A week after he left his home north of Melon. He told police the kindness of strangers who fed him along the way. Kept him going. The police weren't so kind and find him $500 for breaking the National 10 P.m. curfew. Meghan Williams ABC News Rome Your next news update. Is it 10 30? I'm Will Clark news radio A 40. W H s. Last night's big Powerball drawing. Did not get a grand prize winner. That means we've pushed the jackpot. Two at least. $277 million ahead of Saturday's drawing. So now Now it's okay to.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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04:46 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Apologizing after he met with South Carolina officials last week about the open coaching job there. I knew one apologize to the fans out there, you know, understand? What has transpired here in the past, you know, particularly with the head football job and I do apologize for that. You know, I never was my intention to get hurt anyone. With that. Satterfield says he felt obligated to listen to what South Carolina had to say, because of the school's proximity to his family. The NC double a enforcement team isn't buying the Louisville basketball programs, defense and the Adidas pay to play scandal. Will Clark has the latest In a 70 page response, the NC double A says that former men's basketball coach Rick Pitino missed red flags and the recruitment of Brian Bowen and rejected his claim that the rules violations were unintentional. The NC double A also disagreed with Yeovil's claim that there are other facts that weren't a lesser penalty. They disagreed with schools claim that they immediately acknowledge the violations and took immediate corrective action. In a statement, you avail says it stands firm in the position that the majority of the allegations are not supported by the facts or in C W by laws and that the school is implemented extensive corrective measures throughout its athletic department and promotes a culture of compliance. Will Clark News Radio A 40 W H A. S governor. Bashir will hold covert 19 briefings today, Tuesday and Thursday this week. On Sunday, the state reported more than 2500 new cases, pushing the total to over 200,000 since the start of the pandemic. 5700 new coronavirus cases were reported in Indiana today. The Health department also reporting 42 new doubts. President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is in the hospital with Covad 19. It's not clear when he contracted the virus, but he told the president today that he is recovering. But he's doing well. I just spoke to him. He's doing very well. No temperature, and he actually called me early this morning was the first girl call I got. He's doing very well. That's another champion. The president, speaking at an event at the White House, Two young Children from Louisville were killed while playing miniature golf in Panama City Beach, Florida Bath Piper reports a four year old boy and his six year old sister died after they were hit by a truck as they played miniature golf at a Florida course. Panama City Beach. Police say the driver, Scott Donaldson, veered from the road and ended up in the course striking the two young siblings the family was visiting from Louisville, Kentucky. Charges are pending as the crash remains under investigation. The golf course closed after the incident, according to a Facebook Post, which included a Bible verse. Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted the Children who were killed or Addie and Baylor Kirch Gessner, their father is a local golf pro ago. Fun be account has been set up to help the family. Virginia has become the latest state to ban no knock search warrant the first state to ban such warrant since the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor in Louisville Governor Ralph Northam today's signing Brianna's law. We're here today because when the country saw what happened in March People said that's wrong. You need to do something. I want you to know that were taken action here in Virginia. Four states now prohibit police from using no knock search warrants. More news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles. News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Live from the I. Heart Media Purple Tower of power. It's the Terry Minor show. Well, I was having a fantastic day. I mean, it. Just it was. It's a Monday, but it's still kind of cold. Took the dog after a couple mile walk had good workouts at all that And then fellows, a kind of Jodi's here already to a couple minutes ago, I decided to have some pecans or as some people say, pecans on and pecans. I think I chipped one of my teeth. If there was a time noise in my mouth, no, and I looked in the mirror. Is it possible you can chip a little bit off the back side of your tooth, and it's not as visibly evidence. The hearing. If you're eating a pecan, you can do anything, Terry..

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Visor vaccine will go to long term care facilities. The other third will go to 11 hospitals across the state, so the initial application sites were chosen. Because they were large enough to handle the minimum palate or size of the Fizer vaccine. That ship and that s 975. You can't get a shipment. It's less than that The vaccine will first go to front line health care workers. Paul Miles. News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. In Indiana. The state has set a new record with more than 8000 new virus cases. The Indiana Department of Health Reports 8527 new cases. 60, newly reported deaths bring the confirmed death told of 5748. The positivity rate rises to 11.4% highest nine days. 3362 Hoosiers are hospitalized. Health Commissioner Dr Cristina Box says the vaccine is on the way. So there is hope things are moving quickly, and that's incredibly exciting. I hope it gives every who's your hope that we will get to the other side of this pandemic. 65 Indiana counties have positivity averages over 10%, including 21 above the 15% Red Line. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. We're starting to get an idea of what the 147th Kentucky Derby will look like when it comes around on its traditional first Saturday in May, 2021 Churchill Downs officials announcing a syriza of measures that will be in place for the event as uncertainty looms over what next year will look like is part of the pandemic. According to a letter that was sent out to patrons, Churchill Downs is planning for a race day with limited capacity. Those who are offered tickets will be those with contractual seeding. And they'll have rights to first refusals. Once those obligations they're satisfied. Those who received refunds and 2020 will be next in line. There are no plans to abandon the current covert 19 mitigation measures in public places, including mask wearing and social distancing. Rudy Giuliani, the leading attorney in President. Trump's legal attack on the November election results was in Lansing, Michigan, last night, testifying before the state's House oversight committee. W. W. J Radio's Jason Scott was there alongside a number of pole challengers. The former New York City mayor brought with him a stack of signed affidavits and they allege Massive shooting, particularly on the part of the Democrat Party of Detroit. Giuliani's case also involves a voting machine from a company called Dominion Moving forward. I don't think the Legislature is going to change that Republican Matt Hall, the committee's chairman, the winner of the popular vote receives the electors and that is certified by the board of Canvassers. The border campus. They're certified that and as far as I'm concerned, it's over. Jason Scott for CBS News, Detroit And we'll end and Joe Biden transition headquarters where the president elect showing great confidence in the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci when discussing the latest on the pandemic. Course wanted Steve Futterman with more president elect, Biden says Dr Anthony Fauci will be part of his administration. I asked him to stay on in the exact same role he's had for the past several presidents and be part of the covert team. Mr Biden made the comments on CNN. He also said When he takes over, he will urge Americans to wear masks. Just 100 days to mask not forever 100 days. And I think we'll see a significant reduction as far as the vaccine. Mr Biden said. He will take it when Dr Fauci tells him it's safe. Steve Futterman CBS news Your next news update is at 6 30. I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 W H A s Come on, you.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Wednesday and with 34 new death Thursday. This week, Kentucky saw its highest number of deaths. We've had our three highest days of covert fatalities, all in a row. We've had 118 deaths since Monday. Kentucky now has over 2000 covert 19 related deaths. But in better news, the light at the end of the tunnel just got a little bit brighter, He says the state could be vaccinating people in just a matter of weeks. We believe that we could be vaccinating people here in Kentucky as early as December 15th, he says. The first allocations will be sent to 11 hospitals across the state, including three and Jefferson County into and Fayette County that Suzanne Duval reporting And I'm Paul Miles. CBS News Brief Doctor Anthony Fauci will apparently be part of the incoming Biden administration. Have you spoken with him yet? If so, have you asked him to stay on? Yes, yes, President elect made the comments on CNN concerns in almost every state about the growing numbers of covert 19 cases and deaths. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine are hospitals not only remaining crisis. With the crisis is worsening and getting more serious. California Governor Gavin Newsom today imposing new restrictions. All of us will be rewarded by knowing we saved lives of loved ones you save lives of strangers. And we did our best to mitigate the spread of this virus. Wildfire is burning in Southern California. CBS is Jonathan vaguely Adi the Bonfire sparked last night because of a house fire that spread to the dry brush. As this fire continues to burn the bad news here, the red flag warnings will continue to at least Saturday..

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"paul miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Secretary Steve Mnuchin must reach a deal by Tuesday night. If they're going to pass a Corona virus relief bill by the election, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, putting the ball back in the Democrats court with a $1.9 trillion proposal. We've made a extremely good faith offer. Hopefully, she'll recognise that her colleagues will recognize him. Also blaming Democrats for the stalled negotiations. We thought that there should have been a 48 Day deadline 48 days ago, and it's been really the speaker that continues to be very rigid in her negotiation. Democrats are pushing for a $2.2 trillion deal. Meanwhile, President Trump calling Dr Fauci a disaster in an all staff campaign call. Comes after found, she said. It was absolutely no surprise that President Trump got sick with Corona virus. I'm in as delicate terra ABC News Early voting continues in Kentucky Mohr from seven hundred's Paul Miles, election officials say through Saturday, more than 339,000, Kentucky voters had returned their absentee ballots. That's more than half of the ballots requested for the general election. More than 263,000. People have voted in person, Secretary of State Michael Adams says at this pace, he expects more than one million Kentucky INS will vote in person before November 3rd and the lines on Election Day will be manageable. Today is the sixth of 19 days of in person voting, and I'm Rob Carpenter. You're next update at midnight breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw wondering if your.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Road still blocked to through traffic between the Lewis and Clark parkway in Ellwood Dr because of the construction project there in Clark County our next report in ten minutes about your list newsradio eight forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist amount Milosevic with a quiet and more pleasant late week forecast today were mostly sunny less humid and cooler with a high of eighty three clear skies tonight lows down to sixty three we'll see plenty of sunshine tomorrow highs a little warmer eighty five as we head into the weekend we'll keep the nice weather eighty three on Saturday just seventy eight for Sunday that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Milosevic for Kentucky and it's breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station good morning at six o'clock I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS we're following a developing story at this hour at tenth and Muhammad Ali that's where LMPD is investigating a triple shooting we don't know the conditions of those involved only that it is a shooting investigation at this time that area is blocked off as investigators work the scene again that's tenth and I'll leave the near downtown area acting LMPD chief Robert Schroeder is taking action against one of the officers involved in the Brianna Taylor incident the woman whose death during a police drug raid led to protests in the city Paul miles has the latest acting chief Robert Schroeder has placed.

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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"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.

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Kentucky Derby postponed until Sept. 5

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

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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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"This morning it's eleven o'clock on Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. that story in one minute first traffic and weather to clean up an accident on poplar level at Shepherdsville everything else in pretty good shape with the exception of a broken down southbound seventy one just after you get past the gene Snyder but even that is over on the shoulder and out of the way our next report is in fifteen minutes chucking rubbish radio we forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with the Friday forecast it's 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 dry next week will bring rain that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm out most of it it's cloudy and thirty nine top story of the F. B. I. agent is shot in southeastern Kentucky details are sketchy because the FBI isn't releasing much information it says that one of their agents was injured in a shooting this morning a Pulaski County near lake Cumberland regional airport the agency says it happened during the execution of a federal arrest warrant one subject and one FBI special agent were wounded in the shooting in a statement the agency says the shooting is under investigation and that due to the ongoing nature of the review FBI Louisville will have no further comment at this time that Suzanne do fault reporting happening in Frankfort this morning the GOP led Kentucky house is debating a budget bill the two year spending plan appears to have the support of Democrats in the chamber including Kelly plot of Lexington the fact that there are no dramatic cuts is significant I've been here eleven years now and all we have done practically to date is cut to a vote is expected sometime this morning or early this afternoon president trump is touring tornado damage Tennessee this morning is expected to go to of Putnam County where it which got which was took the brunt of Tuesday's tornadoes that killed some two dozen people and before leaving the White House for Tennessee the president signed the corona virus aid package passed by Congress ABC's Karen Travers with more president trump signed the eight point three billion dollar federal aid package Congress passed this week to combat novel coronavirus very well unforeseen problems the measure is more than triple the original request from president trump it includes three hundred fifty million dollars to target the virus in hot spots like Washington state one billion dollars to reimburse state and local governments for costs they've already incurred another eight hundred million dollars would go toward research into a vaccine improved tests and drugs to treat infected people Karen Travers ABC news the White House the basketball post season begins today for the Louisville.

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"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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"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"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.

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"paul miles" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"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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Notre Dame No. 1 in preseason women's college basketball poll

Leland Conway

00:59 min | 4 years ago

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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00:22 sec | 4 years ago

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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

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Scarlett Johansson Dethrones Emma Stone as Hollywood's Highest-Paid Actress of 2018

Tony and Dwight

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Northern Kentucky Joins Nationwide Hepatitis A Outbreak

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Tennessee Executes Inmate With Controversial Drugs Despite Sotomayor's Powerful Dissent

Kentuckiana's Morning News

02:18 min | 4 years ago

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

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Pompeo testifies on Trump-Putin summit

Tony and Dwight

03:45 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Trump considering revoking security clearances for Comey, Brennan

Tony and Dwight

01:31 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Box-Office Preview: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' to Buzz Past 'First Purge' With $75M-$85M

04:50 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court

Terry Meiners and Company

01:21 min | 4 years ago

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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