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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on KOMO

"Of friends that share positive healthy interests. I can offer you support consumer reporter Connie Thompson. We'll staying hydrated just became a little more dangerous to brands of bottled water testing positive for arsenic, above what's acceptable in tap water. Here's Phil Hulett the California based center for environmental health reports at bottled water brands, pin, you feel and Starkey, we're both in violation of state arsenic guidelines in California. That means the water must be labeled with a warning penfield is primarily sold at target, and WalMart wild Starkey is on the shelves at whole foods. Phil Hewlett, reporting fifty seven cars drive across the Ballard bridge, every day, come Tammy matassa says the city starting think about the future of that aging bridge, and replacing it department of transportation says it's time to start weighing the cost of maintaining the aging bridge or replacing it, it's an older bridge over a hundred years old. And while we're maintaining it and keeping it safe. How we need to be planning for the future. Structure funding from Bolivia to move, the ATL engineers are studying three options for replacing the Ballard bridge and the cost one improving the existing bridge, what better access for walkers and bike riders to raising the height of the bridge with a movable opening or three raving the height of the bridge without a movable opening. We won't be looking at providing preferred option at this point, some pieces may not be feasible as our investigation, but really trying to provide a comparison at a high level of the costs and trade offs of the different options for driver. How much is it going to cost? Is it going to cost taxpayers money, raise my taxes, which is always a concern? It's a homeowner here hopes to finish the Ballard bridge study by the end of the year. Now you can take.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. Former vice president, Joe Biden is offering voters what he calls a different path in twenty twenty at a campaign rally in Philadelphia today, the democratic presidential front runner called President Trump our divider in chief and made a pitch for unity. This politics, pulling us apart ripping this country part at the seeds Biden spoke for about thirty minutes near the famous rocky steps in front of the Philadelphia art museum Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told the House Ways and means committee yesterday that he is unable to provide President Trump's tax returns in response to the committee's subpoena. The committee is demanding several years of Trump's personal and business tax records Mnuchin, refusal to comply sets up a court battle over those tax returns, a Michigan Republican is falling just short of calling for the impeachment of President Trump, Michigan, Republican congressman just in a mosh says President Trump has engage. Aged an impeachable conduct in a tweet today. Ammash broke from his party and outlining. Four principal conclusions. I, he said attorney general, Bill bar has deliberately misrepresented, Muller's report, adding the President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct. His third conclusion was that partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances, and his last conclusion was few members of congress have read the report, even though the congressman does not explicitly call for Trump's impeachment. He is the first Republican in congress to be open to the idea of impeachment on the record and to openly disagree with the rest of his party on the matter. Another restrictive state abortion, Bill is one step closer to becoming law, Missouri. Lawmakers approved a measure banning abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy. Republican governor Mike parson is expected to sign the Bill the measure contains exceptions for medical emergencies, but not for rape, nor incest, the legislative moves in Missouri. Follow passage of a state law in Alabama, which outlaws most abortion. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. The centers for disease control says backyard, chickens have been linked to a salmonella outbreak de mutual has more and least fifty two people have fallen ill in twenty one states of which the CDC says a quarter are under the age of five no deaths have been reported, but at least five people have been hospitalized most of the victims came in contact with chicken or ducklings than were obtained from hatcheries and agriculture stores, the CDC recommends everyone wash their hands after handling live poultry de mutual, NBC News Radio. President Trump claims there has never been a better time to break ground and build in America. Speaking at a realtors convention in DC, yesterday, Trump said, the US is a nation of builders once again, he stressed that wages are rising fast, especially among blue collar workers, Trump insisted that Republican tax cuts have been rocket fuel for the national economy. Emme. Game of thrones fans who are distraught over the show's ending can receive some therapy..

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, and I r s Commissioner Charles Riddick are the latest Trump administration officials to be subpoenaed by congress House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Neal, Massachusetts said the subpoenas seek President Trump's tax returns Neil said he does not take this step lightly. But it may be the best way to obtain the returns a house committee voted this week to hold US attorney general Bill bar in contempt of congress after he ignored a subpoena to testify for elementary school. Teachers and a principal in California are on administrative leave after their involvement in a photo holding news. John Jeffries has details photo of the teachers at summer win elementary school. In palmdale. Began circulating the internet showing the four smiling while holding and pointing to a news with the school's principal having taken the picture apparent told KABC TV that the news had. Been found hanging from a tree on the school grounds. Earlier this month. District officials are now investigating the photo and the origin of the news. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio crews are working to clean up. Thousands of gallons of a toxic gas additive that spilled into the Houston ship channel after a collision between two barges and a tanker the Friday afternoon crash caused one barge to capsize and the other one has a large hole in it. Both were carrying about twenty five thousand gallons of gasoline product, which is toxic to marine life and extremely flammable. A member of the notorious weather underground activist group is out on parole. Judy Clarke spent thirty seven years in New York prison for her role in the robbery of a Brinks armored vehicle in nineteen Eighty-one the robbery led to the deaths of a security guard and two police officers Clark was approved for parole in April and is now out of prison..

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"phil hulett" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on WTVN

"White House slaughter levels on lake. Erie are expected to surge to a record high this summer the us. Army corps of engineers reported yesterday. The lake is twenty six inches above its long term average AMR is because a melting snow and rain swollen rivers. The core says it's a drastic shift from below average water levels over the past decade, but now increases the risk of flooding and erosion. HBO poking fun at itself for profit from the future on the set of game of thrones. You watch the newest episode of game of thrones. You might see it on the table, right? Next to Amelia Clark who plays the nearest to Gary in in the hit fantasy show. It's in the camera shot for about two seconds. A Starbucks Coffee Cup HBO issued a press release saying the law day was a mistake and quote too narrow had ordered an herbal tea. Starbucks tweeted that it surprised she didn't order a dragon drink, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. WTVN sports, blue jackets eliminated. My Boston win game. Six three nothing to take the series. Four two Boston Goldie to harass thirty nine saves. What's next for the jackets for Bob for bread? Joel goes in depth and just five minutes as Fox Sports is Jody Shelley joins us. And now the playoff game. Colorado beat San Jose and overtime even that series at three baseball. Indians lose to the White Sox. Reds win over San Francisco. NBA Houston be Golden State that series tied at two Milwaukee. One Boston to go three games to one from the central Iowa Honda dealers sports desk. Matt McCoy News Radio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as news breaks a mix of sun and clouds today. Some spotty rain this afternoon, the high seventy six mostly sunny now, and it's fifty six seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett crews are working to rescue five men trapped in a cave in southwestern Virginia the men between the ages of thirty four and fifty nine enter the cyclops cave Friday night with the intentions of spending some time in the cave. They weren't prepared for the conditions and became trapped. The twenty two year old man was with the group in the cave and was able to get out an alert. Authorities officials say the men are suffering from hypothermia and are exhausted the rescue effort could take as long as twelve hours. Senator Ron Johnson says he's concerned about Russian interference. The Wisconsin Republican told NBC's meet the press that although he does not believe the Trump campaign accepted help from Russia during the two thousand sixteen election. He's just as concerned as Democrats about the potential for interference in the future. Johnson said he would not accept help from Russia during his campaign, he explained he's not surprised that Russia was interfering with our elections through social media because it's hard to really police. President Trump says a great economy and. Week immigration laws have led to an increase in immigrants heading to the US Mexico border. Everybody wants to be of it. And they're willing to come up and take the risk in this. Tremendous danger and laws are so bad. In an interview with Fox News Sunday morning futures today. Trump said the situation is like Disneyland. Now, he added that in the past people got separated and would make a determination not to come to the border. Trump said now people don't get separated from their children, and that encourages more families to come former Indiana Senator Richard Lugar has died in the statement is family said Lugar died early this morning from complications of a rare neurological disorder. He is survived by his wife and four sons the eighty seven year old served as the mayor of Indianapolis from nineteen sixty eight to seventy five before moving on to the Senate in nineteen seventy seven staying until twenty thirteen Luger then served as president of the Lugar center. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. I'm Andrea Thomas checking in.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Rape trial is being pushed back to September. Brian shook has more the movie mogul was supposed to go on trial in June. But the judge agreed to give Weinstein's new defense team additional time to get ready for trial. Prosecutors want to have several of the women accusing Weinstein of sexual misconduct without leading to criminal charges to testify at trial. The judge hasn't made a decision yet on whether that will be allowed Weinstein faces five counts of rape and sexual assault involving to victims and could get life in prison. If convicted Brian shook NBC, News Radio, Tennessee movie theater is changing the name of the movie hell boy to heck boy on its marquee. The owner of the Roxie movie theater in Dixon said she doesn't like to include any profanity on the outdoor signed because they are right across the street from Oakmont elementary school at a church the actual name of. The film is unchanged on the theater's website and the lobby sign. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Stay tuned and stay informed with NewsRadio six ninety KT. SM an iheartradio station me a cat moving in with a new human. It took a little getting used to. She sees weird game. She likes to play like this giant feather. She sticks it in my face. I swatted away. She sticks at my face. I swat it away. It's almost like she thinks I enjoy it. But seeing how much fun she gets out of it. Well, I guess it makes it all worth it. He'll men's person is the best thing to happen to a.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett Hornby star R Kelly faces a one million dollar bond is sex abuse case, he's accused of ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four people including three who were teens at the time. Lawyer Michael avenue suggests that are Kelley's attorney and his managers are complicit in keeping the NBA stars sex crimes from surfacing managers agents attorneys and others continued to get their payday. They look the other way while this predator molested and sexually abused underage girls. Speaking to reporters after Kelly's bond hearing in Chicago today avenue ATI is representing some of the victims in Kelly's sexual abuse case, there's still no word on any fatalities. After a cargo jet crashed into waters just off Houston this afternoon. The chambers county sheriff's office says a Boeing seven sixty seven crashed into trinity bay, which is part of the larger Galveston bay three people were on board. The FAA says it lost contact with the plane. It was about thirty miles from George Bush intercontinental airport empire actor jussie smollet is apparently being removed from the show. Angela Anderson has details. News of empire say small let's character will be written out of the final episodes of the current season. In a statement. The producers say while Jesse has been an important part of the show they are aware of the effects the legal process can have on the cast and crew members. Angela Anderson NBC News Radio we're a day away from finding out who will take home some of films most prestigious awards there are eight nominees for best picture, including Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody and a star is born Jennifer Hudson, Bette midler, Bradley Cooper, and lady Gaga will all perform this year's nominated songs along with Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. The ninety first Academy Awards will air live on ABC at eight PM eastern time. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio the Venezuelan later accepts medical aid from Russia. These are your world headlines from ABC news, nNcholas Maduro through a translator on state TV. Arriving in Venezuela is a very important shipments. Some seven hundred tonnes of medicines derived from Russia, everything that has to do with the medication needs country. Meanwhile, Madero continues to block American supplied humanitarian aid stored in Columbia, a French Catholic church official says the country's bishops have agreed in principle to provide financial compensation to sex abuse victims whose cases are too old to be taken to court. And India says it's building dams to stop and share of water from flowing into Pakistan controlled cash me as it seeks to punish its longtime rival for an attack on paramilitary soldiers last week that left at least forty dead water comes from three rivers. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk. Eight London party.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Mark Mayfield. Casey, most graves took home top honors at this year's Grammy awards her album golden hour when the album of the euro award other top waiters were childish Gambino who song this is America. One four record of the year and song of the year that I also included performances from Cardi B lady Gaga and many others. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar addressing reports that she has mistreated staff the democratic senators spoke to reporters about those claims after announcing that she was running for president. Yes. I can. But. There are so many great stories of our, Shannon. She has high expectations for herself for the people who work for and for the country. She also said that there are plenty of great stories from staff members that have worked for her for years and acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan is in Afghanistan. He made that unannounced trip as the US and the Taliban are in the middle of peace talks. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Representative Mark meadows says he expects President Trump is going to declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get funding for his border wall on CBS face the nation. The North Carolina Republican said he definitely expects Trump to take some kind of executive action. If congress doesn't reach a compromise meadow sense that he and other lawmakers are open to a compromise on Trump's initial demand for nearly six billion dollars for wall funding, but stressed that congress should be prepared to pass something ahead of Friday's deadline to prevent another government shutdown Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam says he supports an investigation into Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax names, accusations are very very. Serious. They need to be taken seriously governor Fairfax has called for an investigation. I really think where we are. And we need to get to the truth during an interview with CBS this morning co host Gayle king that aired as part of CBS face the nation north and said, he can only imagine that it must take tremendous courage for women to step forward and talk about these things Fairfax's faced with sexual assault allegations. Fairfax said the accusations are very serious and need to be taken seriously north of has not called on. Fairfax resigned workers in a clerk's office in Texas have discovered a piece of crime history. Phil Hulett reports in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Tarrant county clerks have been busy scanning documents. So they could be uploaded to the internet and Perry is one of those clerks. She looked at one such document and immediately knew what was special. It's an original indictment of Bonnie and CLYDE for murdering two lawman in the nineteen thirties. The notorious bandits met in Dallas before beginning a two year spree of robberies and killing Lamin that made them infamous the April nineteen thirty four documents. Says Bonnie Parker and CLYDE barrow killed two lawmen who had stopped to help a broken down vehicle in grapevine, Texas. The pair died in a hail of police bullets the following month in Louisiana, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio and there's a new number one film in North America. Lego movie to the second part earn thirty five million dollars in its first weekend in theaters Mark Mayfield, NBC News Radio..

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Of eagle shield, and we thank you for joining us here at home with talk six fifty K A St.. NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. The state of Virginia is in political turmoil. As top state officials faced several controversies political expert, Larry Sabato says it's still unclear if the career of Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is over as he faces to sexual assault. Allegations is too early to write him off for sure unless he wants to throw in the towel on MSNBC Sabato said there has not been an investigation into the allegations against Fairfax. And some people are holding off on making a judgment until it's done. Fairfax is one of three democratic politicians in Virginia who are under scrutiny for pass candles, governor, Ralph Northam and attorney general Mark herring admitted to wearing black face in the past. Senator Elizabeth Warren is officially launching her bid for the White House in two thousand twenty the sixty nine year old democrat made her announcement at a rally near Boston today. Warren says Washington is corrupt when governor. Works only for the wealthy and the well connected. That is corruption plain and simple, and we need to call it out. Warren has made worker rights fair wages and access to healthcare central themes in her campaign. President Trump will not be informing the Senate on whether the White House believes the crown prince of Saudi Arabia ordered the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi he declined to act on that congressional request on Friday. A bipartisan group of US senators triggered the terms of an official act in October of last year, which requires the president to determine whether foreign person was responsible for kashogi death within one hundred twenty days. President Trump has adamantly held to his relationship with Saudi Arabia and the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, even denying the findings of an investigative CIA report. White House officials maintained that the president has the right to decline these sorts of committee requests at his discretion. You're listening to the latest from NBC. News Radio morning,.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. The state of Virginia is in political turmoil. As top state officials faced several controversies political expert, Larry Sabato says it's still unclear if the career of Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is over as he faces to sexual assault. Allegations is too early to write him off for sure unless he wants to throw in the towel on MSNBC Sabato said there has not been an investigation into the allegations against Fairfax. And some people are holding off on making a judgment until it's done. Fairfax is one of three democratic politicians in Virginia who are under scrutiny for past scandals. Governor Ralph Northam and attorney general Mark herring admitted to wearing black face in the past. Senator Elizabeth Warren is officially launching her bid for the White House in two thousand twenty the sixty nine year old democrat made her announcement at a rally near Boston today. Warren says Washington is corrupt when government works. Only for the wealthy and the well connected that is corruption plain and simple, and we need to call out. Warren has made worker rights fair wages and access to healthcare central themes in her campaign. President Trump will not be informing the Senate on whether the White House believes the crown prince of Saudi Arabia ordered the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi he declined to act on that congressional request on Friday. A bipartisan group of US senators triggered the terms of an official act in October of last year, which requires the president to determine whether a foreign person was responsible for kashogi death within one hundred twenty days. President Trump has adamantly held to his relationship with Saudi Arabia and the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, even denying the findings of an investigative CIA report. White House officials maintained that the president has the right to decline these sorts of committee requests at his discretion. You're listening to the lake. From NBC News Radio. President Trump is ordering that the US flag. Be flown at half staff to honor former Representative John Dingell, Tom Roberts has more. The Michigan democrat passed away on Thursday at the age of ninety two after a long battle with cancer. Trump released a proclamation on Friday saying flags at the White House public buildings military posts in naval vessels will be Lord until sunset on February. Ninth Dingle was the longest serving member of congress in our nation's history. Tom Roberts NBC, News Radio congresswoman Alexandria, oh, Cossio Cortez says she has accepted an invite to the Grammy watching pizza party with Chrissy Teigen and her husband John legend Teagan made the invite on Twitter on Friday last year old Cossio Cortez won the Democratic Party nomination in an upset primary against longtime. Congressman Joe Crowley, the twenty nine year old then defeated her Republican challenger becoming the youngest female elected.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett an associate of Roger stone and witnesses special counsel. Robert Muller's probes says he's willing to testify of asked Jerome Corsi says he expects to be subpoenaed and identified as person one in stones indictment. Meantime, stone says he is falsely accused and will fight for his life acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says all employees should receive back pay Mr. in the thirty five day government shutdown by the end of the week cold temperatures not seen in the last two decades are hitting the midwest. High temperatures this weekend of hovered around zero come mid week Arctic air will send wind chills into the minus sixty range. The manhunt for a Louisiana killer is over twenty one year old Dakota -tario was apprehended in Virginia. He's accused of killing five people, including his parents near Baton Rouge, California, Democratic Senator comma Harris is officially launched her twenty two thousand presidential campaign. She made the announcement at a rally in her hometown of Oakland today. Phil Hulett N B. Newsradio. Senator ROY blind says he's reasonably optimistic bipartisan negotiations to fund the government and secure the border in the upcoming weeks will be successful I'm optimistic and we need to work hard to see that. We find out how we can solve this get away the president gets what he needs. But the American people fundamentally get the government that they deserve on Fox News Sunday, the Missouri. Republican said he believes the end of the thirty five day government, shutdown will spark more productive negotiations that will give all parties what they're looking for blunt said it's better than border security funding being addressed by congress in through an emergency declaration by the president future. President that I don't agree with the thanks something else is an emergency. I think it's a bad precedent? I hope the president doesn't have to go there. Police in Denver are on the hunt for a person who broke into the state capital overnight. The Denver police department discovered the break in after a fire alarm call. Despite there being no fire. Several bus of politicians were damaged police say there was no visible sign of forced entry. It's unclear how the suspect got inside. The Los Angeles Rams are on their way to Super Bowl fifty three. In atlanta. The team held a sendoff rallied today at the teams under construction stadium in Inglewood Rams. Head coach, Sean McVay talked about the accomplishments. The team has had the things that you want to accomplish. We talked about winning that division. We talked about getting the first round by winning a playoff game to get into the conference championship. When in the conference championship to get to the Super Bowl. Rams head coach Sean McVay says it's unbelievable to see the support. The team has an explained there's one more task to complete. We've been checking things off and make no mistake about it got a lottery spec for the patriots. But we're going there to get this last check Super Bowl fifty three. Next sunday. Demutualise NBC news Ray. Radio. I.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. President Trump says his first priority now that the government is reopened is to make sure negotiations over border wall funding start Trump maintains that if his wall is not funded by next month. He'll use his executive powers to declare a national emergency to fund it, Louisiana. Authorities are looking for a twenty one year old suspect they believe is responsible for five deaths. This morning Dakota -tario is accused of shooting his parents and three others near Baton Rouge. Venezuela is in a state of political turmoil. As two men claim to be president secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is urging world leaders of the UN to recognize one Widodo as the nation's legitimate acting head, however, Nicolas Madura refuses to back down as several other nations including Russia support him the Talibans. New political leader is reportedly expected to participate in peace talks with US officials today in cutter talks to end the seventeen year, Afghan war are six days in despite an initial two days schedule, Phil. Elit NBC News Radio. NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett conservative, pundit and culture is calling President Trump week for reopening the government without securing funds for the border wall on Friday culture, told HBO host Bill Maher that Trump promised something for eighteen months. And then lied about it Coulter is among several other conservatives who are criticizing Trump giving in to Democrats and ending a thirty five day partial government shutdown without billions of dollars for a border wall. One of Trump's central campaign promises was building a wall on the US Mexico border. A manhunt is underway and Louisiana for a twenty one year old man who is suspected of killing five people in two different shootings. Among the data or Dakota taros parents and a friend of his -tario is considered armed and dangerous and possibly traveling across state lines at a gray pickup truck. Whole foods is recalling prepared food items in eight states, the food contains baby spinach, and there's a fear of a possible salmonella. Contamination. John Jeffreys reports the grocery chain says.

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Blood test could detect Alzheimer’s up to 16 years before symptoms begin, study says

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Blood test could detect Alzheimer’s up to 16 years before symptoms begin, study says

"Gene Wexler, new blood tests can help doctors predict Alzheimer's disease. NBC reporter Phil Hulett says the tests can tell a doctor whether you might develop Alzheimer's as many as sixteen years before symptoms show up German. Researchers developed the test which reveals a protein that. Might indicate early stages of the brain-wasting disease. The lead author of the study says the test could help in starting treatment options earlier, although there is currently no cure

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"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. The White House is pushing the Senate to pass President Trump's proposal to end the shutdown the plan would trade temporary protections for undocumented immigrants in the DACA program for nearly six billion dollars in border wall. Funding press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said the president has laid out a compromise Bill that includes items Democrats have supported in the past Sanders says the only reason Democrats are balking is because they can't bring themselves to work with the current president wanna is bracing for another massive migrant caravan caravan is currently making its way through Mexico after recently leaving Central America while there are reports that the two thousand migrants will be heading to Texas. It's unclear where they might end up officials in Tijuana. Hope the caravan does not show up in their city because they say resources to help the migrants remain strained as thousands are already seeking asylum in hopes of making their way into the United States. The lawsuit between the president and a porn star may get tossed jas. Campidoglio has details in Los Angeles area. Judge heard arguments Tuesday by lawyers for President Trump to tear up a nondisclosure agreement with stormy Daniels which involved at one hundred thirty thousand dollars payout. If the case is thrown out Daniels will be three to talk about the alleged affair between her and Trump without fear of legal consequences, but it would also blocked further litigation forcing Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen to testify. It's unclear when a judge will be making his decision Jason camp. Adonia NBC News Radio police in Phoenix Arizona have announced they've arrested a suspect they believe rape too severely. Disabled woman who then gave birth at a healthcare facility. They say he is male nurse. Nathan Sutherland he was carrying for the twenty nine year old woman who has significant intellectual disabilities. As a result of seizures early in childhood police chief, Jerry Williams said Sutherland has been arrested for sexual assault. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio the Kentucky high school student who standoff with a native American drummer has lit up social media. Is not apologizing but wishes the encounter had gone differently. Nncholas Sandman spoke with NBC's today show this morning, my position and said,.

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"phil hulett" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Live and local at six thirty. I'm Phil Hulett most of the holy fire. Burn area near lake Elsinore is under mandatory evacuation orders. The evacuations were ordered for a small portion of the burn scar late Wednesday night, prompting deputies to go door to door to tell residents to get out. Then the mandatory evacuations were expanded Thursday morning to include most of the holy fire burn area due to the threat of mudslides after a series of winter storms. I'm Jeff wiggle. KABC? News Twenty-one homeowners are evacuated in the Hollywood hills. Firefighters there say the precaution was taken after the soil began to move near a home under construction in the Nichols canyon area. Basically, there's a fence up top that came down also near the swimming pool. And just to the backside of it going down the hill there some of that pool has been broken away. Firefighters responded to the Stanley avenue home where it was feared the sliding soil could threaten homes city. Building inspectors engineers and geologists were on the scene all day today, the USD and the union of the teachers are at the bargaining table as I speak at city hall and pressure is growing as delays appear to be extracted a tremendous financial toll in all the district says it has lost sixty nine point one million. Dollars in state funding based on -tendance. We of course, we'll keep you posted on this police in Los Angeles. By the way, don't seem to think the strike is ending tonight. They've sent out an alert that spring street will be closed between temple and I streets in downtown Los Angeles from seven tomorrow morning to four pm to accommodate demonstrations by members of the United teachers of Los Angeles today marks exactly twenty five years since the Northridge earthquake. And with that in mind, we're learning that the city of L A's untested program to respond to major disasters is said to be not ready L A city controller Ron cow. Brennan says we lack a centralized database of employees contact information to reach out to in case of an emergency. He.

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Talk 650 KSTE

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett attorney general nominee William bar will face the Senate Judiciary committee today for his confirmation. Hearing President Trump tapped bar to replace fired. Attorney general Jeff Sessions attendance was reportedly down sharply at L A schools on Monday as thousands of teachers went on strike, some students say kids were left sitting in Jim's doing nothing. Teachers in the nation's second largest school district started picketing and the rain demanding higher pay smaller class sizes and more staff. Wisconsin police say the suspect accused of kidnapping thirteen-year-old, Jamie clause picture after seeing her get off a school bus. Jake Patterson is accused of breaking into the girls home killing her parents and taking her she escaped last week. He's being held on five million dollars bail. The chancellor of the university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill plans to resign amid controversy over a confederate monument on campus. Carol fault announced Monday that she'll be stepping down in may after graduation. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Congressman Steve king is being removed from all his committee assignments over remarks about white supremacy. The Iowa Republican was quoted by the New York Times as saying that he wasn't sure why terms like white nationalist and white supremacy were offensive after he was removed from serving on any committees. King put out a statement saying his words were completely mischaracterized. King has said he has denounced white, nationalist and white supremacist. Biaggi's? The house is also expected to vote today on reprimanding king after PGA announced that it would file for bankruptcy protection. It's already battered stocks lost more than half its value, Monday, California's largest utility closed down more than fifty two percent to just eight dollars thirty eight cents per share about eighty three percent of its value has been wiped out since the stock peaked at forty nine dollars on November seventh the day before the devastating campfire started northern California. California's attorney general has said PG, and he could be charged with murder if it is proved its equipment caused the fire. That killed eighty three. People Gymboree said to be closer to filing for bankruptcy protection. Tom Roberts has more..

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Radio. I'm Phil Hulett military options may be on the table for a possible US strike on Iran over an attack in Iraq linked to state-sponsored insurgents national security adviser John Bolton reportedly had the Pentagon draw up plans for a strike. It's not known if they were brought to President Trump. The president is not going to give in and reopened the federal government without funding for a border wall. That's what Senator Lindsey Graham said after urging the president to open the government temporarily so lawmakers can attempt to work out a deal, but Graham said he wouldn't budge deadly winter snow storm is bearing down on the east coast. Seven deaths are blamed on the storm which is better than midwest and mid Atlantic at his now extending up into Baltimore, Washington. DC Delaware parts of New Jersey and Virginia. A federal judge in California has blocked Trump administration rule that would allow more companies to opt out of providing free birth control to women thirteen states in Washington DC banded together to stop the rule from going into effect today. Phil Hulett NBC news. Radio. A federal judge California is blocking a Trump administration rule that would allow more companies to opt out of providing free birth control to women California joined the twelve other states and Washington DC to stop the rule from going into effect today while a lawsuit against it moves forward. Judge Haywood Gilliam limited the ruling to just the thirteen states involved in the lawsuit and he didn't block the rule from going into effect nationwide. The rule would allow more companies to cite religious grounds to get out of providing birth control to employees doctors in Nebraska are giving a clean Bill of health to a man possibly exposed to Ebola in Africa doctors at Nebraska medical center in Omaha said the man completed a twenty one day observation period and did not show any symptoms of the disease. The man hasn't been identified but was described as an American health provider. Authorities worried he was possibly exposed to we Bola in the Democratic Republic of Congo at least three hundred thirty seven people have recently died in any Bola outbreak. In the Congo. Maroon five we'll take center stage at the halftime show at Super Bowl. Fifty three. Dan announced today that the three time Grammy award winning rock group will perform at Mercedes. Maroon five will take center stage the halftime show at Super Bowl. Fifty three Ben stadium in Atlanta on February third other artists joining maroon five are Landon native big boy and Grammy nominated rapper. Travis. Scott burn five appeals to people worldwide and has sold over fifty three million albums today. Ryan piers with that report..

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"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"phil hulett" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"I'm Phil Hulett. Another high ranking member of the department of defense leadership is resigning Rear Admiral. Kevin Sweeney was the chief of staff to Defense Secretary James Mattis who resigned last month while campaigning in Iowa, Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren got in front of criticism over her DNA test saying she's not a person of color and notice the difference between having tribal citizenship and tribal ancestry. Warren has formed an exploratory committee for a presidential run. President Trump is meeting with key White House staffers this week at a Camp David to plot out their agenda for twenty nine thousand nineteen high on the list is the partial government shutdown which has entered its third week. The parents of missing Colorado woman, Kelsey Berith or filing. A wrongful death lawsuit against her fiance. The suit seeks unspecified damages. Patrick Swayze is accused of killing the twenty nine year old mother who went missing on thanksgiving. Police have yet to find her body. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Dozens of TSA workers are calling out sick from their jobs because of the partial government shutdown. John Jeffries has the story port security workers have been working without getting paid during the shutdown. One union official said over one hundred fifty TSA employees called out sick Friday at Kennedy International Airport in New York. The call outs have increased at a rate of three times above normal at the Dallas Fort Worth airport. We're about twenty-five employees are phoning out sick per shaft. A decorated navy seal is denying that he killed a young ISIS prisoner and shot at Iraqi civilians special operations chief Edward Gallagher is in the Miramar Brig near San Diego facing a court martial that could put him behind bars for life mourners gathered in Brooklyn to say goodbye to a queens teenager who collapsed and died on a high school basketball court the day after Christmas gnome Laden has more. Napier is mother says her son was in perfect health when she dropped him off at John bone high on December twenty six a short time. Later, the teenager collapsed and died on the court Lennie's friends came out to his funeral to help comfort the Pierre family money. You know, he's always a good friends. We.

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U.S. judge dismisses suit versus Google over facial recognition software

WBZ Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. judge dismisses suit versus Google over facial recognition software

"Situation a lawsuit against Google over. Its facial recognition software is dismissed. Here's Phil Hulett with that story US district judge Edmund Chang ruled Saturday in Chicago that the people bringing the lawsuit lacked concrete injuries the suit was filed in two thousand sixteen against Google's parent company. Alphabet it claimed that the company violated Illinois law by collecting and storing biometric data from its users photographs by using facial recognition software without their permission. Play the more than five million

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American being monitored in US after potential exposure to Ebola virus in Congo

Dewitt Law Review

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

American being monitored in US after potential exposure to Ebola virus in Congo

"The worker arrived Saturday in the United States after treating patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The medic is not showing any signs of Ebola by the worker will remain under observation for two weeks at the university of Nebraska medical center in Omaha. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. The White House says it is up to Democrats to reach out to the president as a part. Government

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Snow storm slams Southeast, leaving hundreds of thousands without power

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Snow storm slams Southeast, leaving hundreds of thousands without power

"Saturday of yellow best protests. French officials had announced this week that they were ending the unpopular fueled tax had ignited the protest, but that didn't stop the violence the protests over French president, Emmanuel Macron's economic policies continue French police, deployed tear gas and water cannons. There was a strong police presence in Paris. And it seemed to help keep the violence to a minimum. A government minister said one hundred eighty demonstrators seventeen police officers were injured nationwide in elementary school in Nebraska is dealing with real life Grinch Bill. Hewlett has the story Manchester elementary principal. Jennifer Sinclair, sit out a strict list banning certain Christmas items on the list was Santa Claus Christmas trees, red and green items and candy canes. According to the memo sent to teachers candy canes were banned because historically the j shape is for Jesus. The red is for blood of Christ in the white is a symbol of his resurrection. The list included items that are appropriate the school district. Picked put Sinclair on administrative leave and reverse the ban after a free speech advocacy, group posted the memo online saying it, violates the US constitution by showing hostility toward Christianity. Phil Hulett NBC News Radio every year on Christmas Eve, the serpent cocoa beach. Florida turns red as it has been the case for the past decade. The red is the color Santa suits, hundreds of them this Christmas Eve, no different as a tenth annual serving Santa's event will feature a costume contest with categories that include participants of all ages, including babies, there will also be a surfing event where all the Santa's grant their boards and paddle out the events supports to local nonprofits and thousands took part

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Apnea, NBC And Phil Hulett discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Apnea, NBC And Phil Hulett discussed on Bill Handel

"Into the accusations. A new study says women who snore loudly have a greater risk of heart disease at group German. Scientists study the effect of obstructive sleep. Apnea on heart health and found both men and women who have severe snoring were more likely to have enlarge walls in the heart forcing the heart to work harder. Previous studies have linked to heart disease. But in the new study, researchers saw the effect happening in real time through an MRI they found the effect was more likely to happen in women than in men suggesting that women's hearts may be affected by obstructive sleep apnea earlier and more easily. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio NFL legend Brett farve, says he was duped by white supremacists. Into filming a message with code words linked to the outright. The former quarterback is one of the celebrities who will make quick greetings to anyone willing to pay him five hundred dollars through the online video service cameo, in many cases, that's a quick video telling a fan. Happy birthday. He's not the only celebrity who has been duped on cameo. Others include comedian, Andy dick and rapper souljah. Boy, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Take

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Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha killed in helicopter crash outside stadium

Car Pros

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha killed in helicopter crash outside stadium

"Played their first major gig at the Liverpool empire. The group share the Bill with several other artists including Little Richard. And then on this date in one thousand nine sixty eight Cynthia Lennon sued her husband, John for divorce on the grounds of adultery. He was living with his pregnant girlfriend Yoko Ono, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio.

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