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WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler
"Right. Before the insurrection at the capital there was two senate runoff elections that the country had their is on in one of them. The reverend raphael warnock defeated the incumbent. Appointed senator kelly leffler in georgia. Kelly leffler for about ten years has been a partial owner of the atlanta dream of the wnba. She's now the majority owner but she's been around the team for now ten or eleven years and you may have heard her own players and much of the wnba is diametrically opposed to everything that leffler stands force. It was a very interesting situation to see everything develop earlier this week. And then how it works in the team dynamic for more on that. Let's welcome and renee. Montgomery actually a guard for the atlanta dream. She joins us this morning. She's actually rejoining us this morning a second time. She's been on with this. Good morning to you so i guess the first thing i gotta ask you is being a member of the team and understanding everything. That's going on on the floor in off the floor. What's the reaction of you and your teammates to misled losing this election. So i'm just gonna speak for myself and the reaction is. It's not even just her losing. Its rafael worn off. One and i wanna make sure that the messaging stays clear because there's some things that happened on january six is trying to take away from the fact that a black man is going to send it a jewish man from georgia's going to send it and we won the presidential race so i would say for me. It's a sweep. it's a three no sleep. So the the the feeling is happy. Rene speaking of january six. What are your thoughts on everything that occurred that day. Yeah you know. It's kinda like we all felt something was gonna happen. I was worried after november. Third ominously like when when the number started tied and we could see that joe biden. Really my win this thing you know. We all started to get a little nervous even here in georgia the aquarium shutdown coach color. They all boarded up their their buildings because we were all expecting some type of reaction and not a good one so then to see what happened on january six and see the lack of policing that was there it was it was disappointing and most call a spade a spade. It was terrorism. Domestic terrorism is the term that we should use for that renee montgomery innately. Sorry thanksgiving i was going to say what is say about the platform that the wnba has like you guys like even a month before. Colin kaepernick took a knee in two thousand sixteen. The wnba pre-game conference about police brutality. You guys were black. Lives matters t shirts before it was even a thing. Guys always been the leader at the forefront say about the platform that you guys have in the work that you guys have been doing you know. I hope people start to licking because a lot of brands. A lot of sponsors. They don't see the value in in women would say 'cause you know. I think i saw a tweet. From china robinson that said of sponsorship for women athletics how chow especially now knowing the impact that a women's league not just so a player but a whole week and have i don't understand why there's no interest but i do hope that just seeing how things transpired and how everyone to see what's going on. I hope that there is some value added to women now. Renee montgomery of the atlanta dream is joining us. This morning on keyshawn jay williams zubin were presented by progressive. Insurance and rene is with us on the goodyear hotline to robinson by the way. Espn women's college basketball analyst shaina. Yes shoutout. I want to ask you this because people may not want to go back to leffler because i think this is just so fascinating with how clear she's been in how clear you guys have been She used to be for people. That aren't aware that maybe don't follow the dream on everyday basis. She used to be a constant present. at games. a practice you'd be a team functions. He was always be sitting in the front row. She was very active owner. Obviously things have changed when she went to the senate got other responsibilities. I just wonder what your relationship is with her. The team's relationship with her you know even before the senator race i would just fear before the games. We've been to her house. Where team function. But i mean any of the players know you're not usually best friends with owner in general you know you typically would talk more to your g Even when it comes to contracts and stuff so we did see her there and we would wait and she was you know. I know that she released herself. From you. know day to day duties as she became a senator but she was president and the wnba. I know probably the letter was her trying to distance herself. Thing is how she's republican and the wnba. Is you know highly majority. Lgbt in black and brown community. So i can understand why she's trying to distance ourselves but it wasn't the case beforehand. Rene we're kind of personal discussions if any at all have you had. We'll often about social justice nine. I'm you know this was a typical owner-player relationship. So you know. I never talked to my minnesota on her about social justice. And i know that this time is is different but by the time that all of these things try Started to unfold. You know it was already. She was already too far. gone by. then how do you feel now that everything is transpired and she still co owner of the team for me and this is gonna be unpopular to say but for me. I'm sure she's not the only owner. That probably feels the way she feels. And so i hope that the wnba and hope that you know even her you know i. I've already posed the question. I don't know why he would want to own a wnba team. If you have to write a letter to the commissioner opposing. Everything that that team is standing for you know. Our team is the atlanta dream. And i don't know if people know that's from martin. Luther king's dream speech. That's how we got our name so if you oppose everything that we fundamentally stand for. I don't see how you can build a relationship there. I don't know why you'd want to be there
Fresh update on "progressive insurance" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Presented by Progressive Insurance on the ESPN AB and XM Channel. 80. Angela Guy stopped by to hang out with us they hit thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. Things were going so well for the New York Mets. Great offseason. They get Francisco Lynn Door. They still could be in the mix with George Springer and you're thinking nothing could go wrong that is get us close to pitchers and catchers as the New York Mets organization. And their fan base. And then this story broke about the brand new general manager. The New York Mets as I'm calling tonight, the New York mess as an N E double s They're brand new journal Magic. John Porter admitted the sending an unsolicited photo Of his person. So a woman reported back in 2000 and 16. I wish I could say this is not true. According reports it is true. This photo came after he sent dozens of texts that the women did not respond to now. Porter was a member of the Chicago Cubs at the time. You missed the sitting at the photos, but the night that it was his own. Right? Now the woman is a foreign was a foreign Major league baseball correspondent who first turned over the message. The ESPN Back in 2017. She only consented to have those photos published and those text messages published after leaving journalism this year. She said. I might and I quote my number one motivations. I want to prevent this from happening to someone else. Obviously, he's in a much greater position of power. Want to prevent that from happening again. End quote. Now in the story. They're screenshots of the text that appear They make it clear that after they had an exchange, it was friendly on the surface at least the first Jared, Point of the new Mets general manager then sent dozens of consecutive unwanted and unanswered sexual messages. Now his boss's Nets president, Sandy Alderson, he said in the statement. I'm gonna read it word for word. Spoken to regular John Porter regarding events that took place in 2016, of which we were made aware tonight for the first time. Jack has announced to me his serious error in judgment has taken responsibility for his conduct, has expressed remorse and his previously apologized for his actions. The Mets take these matters seriously expect professional ethical behavior from all of our employees. And so they do not condone the contact described in the story. We will follow as we review the facts regarding this serious issue in quote He's doing. New York Mets. He admitted to sending those photos out there that says they sitting those techs out there. Making unwanted advances. 62 consecutive text. Not one, not two. 62 He admitted that it was an error in judgment. And, yes, I'm putting error in judgment in air quotes. If you fight, Carlos Beltran were being part of the Houston Astros situation. Jesus and I didn't have a job by Tuesday morning. No, You have to do your due diligence and you brought this guy in the turnaround things. But if he admitted to that He admitted to say, Yep, That was me now. I don't know what that picture came from. That's not mine. But those text messages trying to get a date or whatever he's trying to get. Yeah, that was me. There's no way this dude to be having a job by eight o'clock tomorrow morning on Tuesday. When it comes to Jack Porter. You can't have that. Sandy Alderson. You just put out the statement yourself. Saying We take these matters seriously. You wanna take that matter seriously? You got to find a new general manager. If you got rid of Carlos Beltran for being involved in trash can gate And he's going to be the manager of the New York Mets. This is This is Galactica. We worse Then that And he admitted to it. He admitted sending explicit photos and 62 text messages wanting whatever he wanted from this international port of a major league baseball. She ignored dozens of messages from him for weeks, and he kept added back in 2016. The fact that he still has a job at 12 06 eastern time. A M on the East Coast is ridiculous. Sandy Alderson. You said it yourself. You take these matters seriously. Prove it. Find another general manager. Period. Freddie Coleman of Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN APP and XM Channel 80. Chris Mitchell, My producer is also fellow Mets fan like I am Now I'm a Mets fan. Chris Mitchell, the Mets fan did a 100 power. Let's put it that way. When the Mets go 73 89 Chris, say, Freddie with 20 games away from going to the playoffs. That's who Chris Mitchell is, and I like that. I like the fact that he's an optimist. I'm a realist. Again, Yang bric track That's us as Mets fans I wish you could have seen the look on Chris Mitchell's face. When this story became public, since you can't You can hear his voice. What I mean, we expect this is disgusting. The disgusting story and I just can't understand how you know, with all the technology and out there. How you missed something like this. When you're hiring somebody, I just it Just boggles my mind that you missed something like this. Not this isn't something small and it was out there. You can find anything else. How did you miss this? Great point..
"progressive insurance" Discussed on WTOP
"By Progressive Insurance on that Piper in New York. All eyes on the Senate tonight said to pass a covert 19 relief bill that the House did two hours ago. If and when the Senate does, it will head to President Trump's desk and he is expected to sign it. But you are the leader Mitch McConnell, sprawling left wing wish left. No unconstrained bailout for state and local government. With no connection to covert dates. Just smart. Targeted. Bipartisan policies. Under the legislation's $800.600 dollars stimulus checks will be sent to those who make less than $75,000 a year. CBS is Nancy Cordes says Not everybody is happy about this one tonight. Democrats are describing this bill as a down payment. They wanted 13 times as large and they're hoping Or another package in the new year. But this bill took nine months to come together. So swift action in the new year seems unlikely. Washington Governor Jay Inslee has announced new travel restrictions for people arriving from the United Kingdom in South Africa, where a new and seemingly more contagious strain of the Corona virus is circulating. This proclamation will require travelers who have been in those regions. In the last 14. Days to quarantine for 14 days upon your arrival in Washington, state correspondent and lease in London World health officials have discovered 4000 mutations of the Corona virus. So far, the two approved vaccines are believed to prevent all of them last week. It was Fizer this week, but dirt is Corona virus vaccine is going into the arms of Americans nationwide. Correspondent Errol Barnett on Who's getting them. Already? Half a million Americans have received the fires of vaccine this afternoon, President elect Joe Biden was vaccinated near his Wilmington, Delaware, home on live television doing this to demonstrate that People should be prepared when it's available to take the vaccine. Vaccine Reinforcements cannot come soon enough states like Tennessee, where the infection rate is now among the highest in the country, the Christmas shipping rush is on w. T. O P s Micro. Rollo, speaking of those who waited until the last minute to send their gifts. I got out and I thought Oh my gosh. Very Christmas. Michelle Ari has found a long line outside this Gaithersburg, Maryland Post office when she arrived at the last minute.
"progressive insurance" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"On the hour sponsored by progressive Insurance on that Piper in New York, the next presidential debate is cancelled. The commission had unilaterally decided to make the October 15th debate a virtual one for health and safety reasons. After President Trump tested positive for the Corona virus. Mr Trump on Fox News tonight, says that was not an option for him. We've always had a problem with this commission. This commission's been ridiculous, frankly. But who wants to do a debate on a computer? I don't You know, virtual debate you got to be. You've got to be there. We We did great in the last debate. You have to be there. You have to see the person. You can't do it on the computer. The commission says it will now focus on preparations for the October 22nd debate set for Nashville. The president plans to resume campaign travel on Monday, 12 days after his Koven 19 diagnosis was announced. And as our Ben Tracey reports, an event where 2000 people were invited happens tomorrow. President Trump is now planning to speak from the balcony of the White House tomorrow to hundreds of his supporters. Two weeks to the day after the Rose Garden announcement of his Supreme Court nominee led to several people getting the virus, possibly including the president himself. Dr Anthony found. He now calls it a super spreader. We had a super spreader. Events in the White House, and it was in a situation Where people were crowded together. We're not wearing masks, so a today to speak for themselves. Hurricane Delta is expected to be drowned. Downgraded to a tropical storm at some point tonight as CBS's Cordy Zavadsky reports it hit Louisiana tonight with 100 Mile per hour winds. Hurricane Delta is the fourth name storms hit Louisiana this year. The extent.
"progressive insurance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"By Progressive Insurance. I'm Bill Rake Off in Washington. The House will return to Capitol Hill early from recess this week to consider legislation preventing gutting changes to the U. S. Postal Service. Senator Bernie Sanders on NBC's Meet the Press says there's purpose behind the post office overhaul you are witnessing is a president of the United States. I was doing everything he can to suppress the vote. Make it harder for people to engage in mail in balloting. But presidential advisor and son in law Jared Kushner tells CBS's face the nation. There's good reason to be skeptical of the male in process and he believes it's safe to vote in person. Dr. Fauci said this week that there should be no fear for people to go out and vote in person. Number two. I have a friend in New Jersey just got married. That person got sent to ballots, one in her old name and one in her new name. The covert older Democratic National Convention kicks off in Milwaukee today, when most participants taking part remotely. Here's a Psst Futterman. A big question this week for Democrats and next week for Republicans is who will tune in. Democrats have big names speakers set for each night. Among those scheduled to speak this evening, Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders and former Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich. CBS News Has released a new battleground tracker Pole. CBS News deputy director of surveys. Jennifer to Pento says it shows independent voters are mixed in their opinions of Senator Camilla Harris is Joe Biden's running mate. When we look at independence, the nationwide opinions of Harris are more mixed. Related to vote choice independence backing. Biden are satisfied with the selection of Harris and those voting for Trump are not satisfied to Alabama doctors air wearing black scrubs to highlight racial disparities in health care treatment during the pandemic. Correspondent Jesse Mitchell. Doctors Brian Richardson and Jeff Nix say Koven, 19 just highlighted the inequality in the nation's health care system. We see worse outcomes in African American men than any other ethnic group for prostate cancer are higher mortality than any other ethnic group..
"progressive insurance" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Answered by Progressive Insurance. I'm Bill rake off in Washington Post Master General Lewis to Joy is at the center of a political storm is the U. S. Postal Service warns delivery days Delays could disrupt the 2020 election and now Democrats want an explanation. CBS NEWS White House correspondent We Jiang, the House Oversight Committee, sent a letter calling onto joy to testify. In an emergency hearing next week, saying in a statement he must answer why he's pushing these dangerous new policies that threatened to silence the voices of 1,000,000. It will be a very different Democratic National convention this week as CBS's at O'Keefe explain two hours a night over four nights, a mix of taped and live speeches from party luminaries all across the country, hundreds of people helping produce it. And they're led by a producer who has put together Super Bowl halftime show's the Emmy Awards, and we know they're quite pleased about the fact that because it's virtual, they have far more control over the actual run of the show. The Koven 19 death toll is up to more than 170,000 in the United States. That's according to Johns Hopkins University's tracker. CBS is Tom Hanson on a couple of trouble spots on college campuses. Tough lessons this weekend covert clusters discovered at the University of North Carolina and Oklahoma State. Notre Dame reporting 40 for positive cases The pandemic has shared the spotlight was civil rights this year, and in some cases, the to intermingle Jesse Mitchell in Atlanta, reports that two hospital doctors there have decided to wear black scrubs. The highlight racial disparities in health care treatment. Lou in Green Scrubs are what most doctors wear when they suit up. But these Alabama doctors are going with a new look looking to make a change. We recognized that If there's health care disparity that yes, Black lives matter. Most right now, doctors Brian Richardson and Jeff Nick's sake. Open 19 just highlighted the inequality in the nation's health care system. Five people were shot at an open air flea market in San Antonio, Texas, on Sunday. This is K. E N S. T. V. Reporter, Suk Albert Fire commander described it as pandemonium. As people were trying everything they could to get away from the shooters. Three of those who were shot were seriously.
"progressive insurance" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"By progressive insurance on Tom Foley Laurie have been going on for months protests against former Chinese rule in Hong Kong more disorderly more and more violent on Sunday Hong Kong riot police stormed the city's polytechnic university following all night stand off with protesters still barricaded inside authorities now threatening to use live ammunition against what the government calls writers who have started using bows and arrows and gasoline bombs launched what kind of holds reporter Jennifer rang has been at the scene police kept coming at them with water cannons tear gas and maybe other munitions protester line just they were hurling for two bombs towards the police line and they did you protesters were also setting fire to I think of these two foot bridges I'm not a Washington where there has been no time out in the impeachment draw there were revelations about the president in Ukraine in open testimony during the past week there's much more of that expected in the days ahead public hearings will resume Tuesday eight more witnesses set to testify including your master Gordon song one he's the million dollar trump trump donor turned diplomat he could offer a first hand account of the president's goals in Ukraine to justice correspondent Catherine Johnson at the White House and the spotlight on someone will be bright he's already changed his closed door testimony saying he now recalls a conversation with the Ukrainian officials that the US would withhold military aid Saturday the house intelligence committee released to the deposition transcript of Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president Mike pence she was on that now infamous July twenty fifth phone call and said it struck her as quote unusual and inappropriate as for the Democrats battling to replace Mr trump after next year's election will turn of them are going to take part this week in the first presidential debate later CBS news battleground tracker has a snapshot of the race in its early stages Joe Biden now leading the field a twenty nine percent Elizabeth Warren right behind Bernie Sanders and Pete border judge following about Biden's he has bounced back Elizabeth Warren was leading that field in our last poll last month Warner's faced some criticism from other Democrats saying.
Golf: First impressions of Pebble Beach setup for U.S. Open 2019
"Course, the U S Open at Pebble Beach and to talk more about this. We go out to California and out to the progressive insurance, hotline, and bring on Geoff Shackelford senior writer for golf, we contributor, of course to the Gulf channel as well. And what's the feeling I'm jealous? You're at Pebble Beach heading into round one tomorrow. I was at the PGA championship Bethpage just a little bit different scenery than what you're experiencing there at pebble. Yeah. All everything's very jovial here. What's for a US open is not usually the case. Dan Jenkins, you know, tirelessly said the USO grumpy of vents in it, even when you come that will be to put the people usually in a foul mood. But I think the. Combination we had amazing weather, the guys all had great weather to give ready. And today was cool and foggy more normal, but the golf course and set up. Well, it's an unbelievable shape. It's just such a spectacular place. Everything is just sort of a line for a great week, and has been so to see everybody kind of mellow and happy. And it's great. And then, you know after Bethpage the what the have the only concern be fog delay really it changes. Everybody's feelings about an event you not worrying about thunderstorms or anything like that. And so it's a really special place to be in. And I can't wait for get started last year. Plenty of people critical of the US in the way things were set up. You mentioned kind of the course layout to some extent. We'll see how it plays it everything in the next couple of days. But what do you make of that? Will that be a story, you think on, on Saturday, that, that people will be discussing what the US is? How did you? We're, we're going to be in for a nice week where we won't maybe have as much complaining in people taking issue with it. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be shocked if we have any issues I really well, they've taken, I think every precaution imaginable, and then mother nature's helped them the winner here was was very wet, and then it was wet late for the courses just incredibly, I hate using the word lush, but it really good. Fairways just I've never seen them, so perfect. So you're gonna see great scoring too, by the way, the greens are since ational. I just did a piece for golf channel on the, the, the Pohan Yuan, and it's very tricky grass here. And they've had real problems. And I think they've got it kind of figured out as and so you're just gonna have the ability if you're in the fairway to attack the course and I just don't see the USDA wanting to push it. I think they're just fine if ten or twelve under wins, in, they have a nice quiet week Geoff Shackelford senior writer for golf, we contributor to the golf channel joining us here on espionage, in radio ahead of the US open. Pebble and Brooks Kapka, you'll have a chance to win his fifth major five out of the last nine just absurd that he's won four of the last eight and just how he's kind of interacted with the media this week, if you could and we know the kind of what gained some traction was comments about not being in a FOX promo, but I remember. At Bethpage for the PGA championship. The, the comment that struck me was he said, you know, I feel more confident I can get away basically saying things now that that I couldn't or didn't feel comfortable saying when I when I wasn't winning, and I think that was one of those comments, maybe even about the promo, right? That, that maybe he doesn't make a year ago. Yeah. And I'm not sure he's gotten away with comment on bad. You know, he send the person who did it should be fired probably well as an all problem, they, they, they took out of the archives is one of four and it was that was a little outta line. But I'm laughing, of course you're saying it's because these little things that he's coming up with for motivation are, are, are kind of funny, really that, that these are the things that get going, but it works. And you know, golf is a sport where you have so much time to think about everything that can go wrong. And if you go through the history of the game a lot of the great players. Have done this. They've found things to motivate them, or thanks to make them angry to help with nerves really more than anything and for him, it's it's something that's made him focus and it's it's an amazing run. He's on. I just I sorta sad. But I understand why the more of the sporting world hasn't taken note because he's done it on such a variety of courses. It's, it's really the equivalent of, of what some of somebody winning the grand slam tennis because of the variety of places he won. And contended that at a stretch, and so many good players right now when we've heard how deep the fields are. Well, he just kinda dismantled that notion in a way and, and set it in press conferences, which is unbelievable. The discovery out and say, there's basically thirty five people to win and really half of them. Don't even intimidate me. I mean, it's, it's when we look back on this in ten years. We're just going to be shocked. That somebody was that way. But it's just a he's just kind of a once in a lifetime type of person and athlete. And of course, you have tiger who misses the cut at the PGA championship went out to the memorial and got some work in instead of taking five weeks off. Like he did between the masters in the PGA. What, what do you sense? Kind of his mindset is in health first and foremost, I guess heading into this, this week, and you expect him to fair, a lot better than he did at Bethpage. Yeah. He's gonna be fine. I'm not sure I you know, I picked him to win a coming into this because of his love for this place and his great iron play. If you've read anything you've, you know, the narrative this week is Pebble Beach is tiny greens, and it's a great place for our for people who hit their approach shots close. So everybody looks at those numbers. And, and they all line up, as you would expect that every time, US Open's here, the person who hits the most greens is really right there or winning. And. So that suits his game, the only thing that bothers me I just I haven't liked the way he looks like he's moving physically. When he when we've shown him on the golf channel hitting balls looks fine. But I can't say that I look at them, and I feel like he's got the full MO Jo going so again, that's I mean, this is this is a quibble more than anything. But, you know, chiropractor standing there on the range, and you watch and you think, okay well, I don't know if he's one hundred percent. He was honest about how things went, Bethpage. So but he has an edge here, Alexis that's really special besides having one here, just local knowledge and his love of the place. And, and that gives him some kind of extra level of, of confidence, and Mojo. And, and that I, I just think if him something over Brooks if it if it comes down to those. Two and there's a very good chance of will Jesse Shackelford joining us here from Pebble Beach senior writer for golf, we contributor on the golf channel at Jeff shack on Twitter and get Phil Mickelson potential for him to get a career grand slam. Do you think this is his, I guess best chance to, to still do that? I think this year and next year wink fo where he, he almost want our area because after that it's Torrey Pines in his hometown, San Diego, which she now doesn't even play any lives there. So yeah, unfortunately, I wrote a call today saying he has one hundred percents has vow wedding based on his very rude comments. I thought about the US J a couple of weeks ago and said they, they, they get one hundred percent wrong, if it doesn't rain every year, and it was so it was it was it was, it was kind of unacceptable because of the way he bay at the last year. He definitely has been the victim of. Some course setup screw ups and I completely get his rage, but at forty nine with all the stars that potentially aligned for him near with his history. Here is, he's Granddad caddy dairy thirty forty nine on Sunday. He loves California. He loves Pebble Beach the golf guides want him to win this, but then to go and do that, and get that negative energy going. It's just hard not to think, oh, here we go again with fell kind of, you know, get in his own way. So I hope I'm dead wrong. I hope I have to apologize for it the call, but I just feel like when, you know, how golf works union. Every little thing to go right to win a US open double beach. And he's kind of put something out there that, that could be a problem for them. At least you know, if you if you believe in the spirit of the Gulf, got two, two guys that are really interesting to me heading into this weekend is Rory. In, in Jordan speeds and just played better as certainly as of late, a couple of top ten finishes and putting together some weekends for the first time in a while what, what kind of chances do you give speed on a course like this in also ROY who has struggled for much to this season. Well certainly ROY has than last night. Yeah. You know you had an unbelievable. He's been he's been very consistent. I mean one the players and, and those other weeks that he hasn't contended. He's played very nice golf. He his, his issue has been in the majors getting off to a bad start. And after the first round and he dressed today it came up. He knows he's been sensational. So tomorrow is a huge day for Rory now mentally because he's aware of it isn't how these things get going. It could just be total coincidence. That he didn't play well the first round. So you've got to watch him tomorrow. I love his chances because of the way the golf courses he does and the forecast, there's not a lot of rain in the forecast. He does not like win. He's very open about that as well of courses. You know, back to what I said about being less. Roy also, not a fan of super firm and fast. So he likes it here. He likes the history, he knows what. What it would mean to him to win here. And he's coming in off that unbelievable win. So I, I love his chances, but his record in the US open of late has been awful. So, yes, he has some things like Phil where he's got some some, some energy issues that comes the US he kinda lets them get in his head.
The Raptors take a Finals lead
"So they were able to get the victory around rafters to seize lead in the NBA finals. Somebody wants to saying that goes, they never been down two games to win the NBA finals before this happened somebody that we're going back to Draymond green talking about right after the game, and he was very relaxed and at the podium being down to one in the history NBA finals series tied at one apiece. The loser of game three. Rarely goes on to win the Larry O eighty two percent of the time the winner of game three with the series tied at one apiece goes on to win the trophy. Now, one of the that, that eighteen percent has actually been the Golden State, Warriors calmed, dream on was typical just relax. This is nothing. We we've seen this movie. We start in this movie you go back to two thousand fifteen part of the eighteen percent. Golden State down to one to Cleveland. And they came back in, when they won the Larry O on the series four two. So watching, how relaxed Steph curry is after the game you when you lose comb court at you've stolen homecourt Andrey months talking about let man to get some guys healthy. And when game four up to Toronto win games come on back here. Celebrating grain things are head one time ahead. Yes. They have seen every scenario that you can imagine in the five straight finals. They've been to literally. Yes. And they have found ways more often than not to overcome the winning dot com Twitter, defeat my handle the Coleman ESPN ES Hannah, if it's ESPN, it's being relaxed, Freddie and Fitz. Simpson ESPN radio, you can definitely attach that to collide learner, and also Danny green, they attempted to range in their back pocket when he played for the San Antonio Spurs trying to do has not been done before a champion of NBA team north of the border in the country of Canada. They were relaxed at the winning game three and Coalisland even went on to talk about how his phrase has been trending on Twitter, all day was just the right message tonight for you guys on the white board, and who wrote it. And how well did cow reform that advice? I think we all kind of that advice. But it is easier to look at that now say it worked great for us special ingratiating night. It's been awhile since the playoff series. We haven't really had a good team shooting night on new eventually some point we would do for one. So luckily got one tonight. Well, we still have to do a better job defensively landed of Florida limit. Those guys better. So we don't have to rely on offense or shooting to win games for us. But luckily did tonight and hopefully next game can continue to stay warm and let it rip. And hopefully even better defense daily Shaquille. O'neal apparently offered some shooting advice to you. He's a pure shoot knew that. Can can you fill us in on on what he suggested? And what head performance? Yes. Books before the game briefly, you know, he's always on TNT set out there before the game is to shooting advice because he was good at it. And but, you know, the fundamentals, the small things to be confident and just hold the author obviously after a good shooting night. It's easy to, to see that. His vice has worked, but O'neil is he always yells them? You leave it as his way of saying, leave you hand up there. And be confident you're shot, but. He's always been that guy to me everywhere or year. We get on the playoffs or on the stage where, you know, he comes over and tells me stay confident, and he'll give me his shooting advice going into the game, especially when you found throughout the warriors are going to be without clay. How important was it in retrospect to make sure you got this one on the road? Very important. But I really didn't find out to the tape off starting. They told us that he was playing tonight. The mindset. Going on a Florida. He's playing. You know, a lot of pressure to, you know, main guys, not plane, still come on and get a win. You know, step play great tonight. But you know we got it to wins away. Now. Momentum. This momentum curious to Koiwa such balanced scoring from your starting unit. Help your game both offense ably defensively and the secondary question that I had for on social media aware that your catchphrase the board, man gets paid going, very viral right now, we just want to confirm that actually something that you said used to say that back when I was in high school in college. You know, just when to get to this to this league. Just is about, you know, working hard basically our opponent. You know, rebounds, hope you win games big rebounds, office rebounds. Limited team that one shot. And, you know, used to be our motto just, you know, some of this stuff in college that was trying to get to this point. I who questions the balanced scoring story unit help open up your game offense ably. You know, once I'm driving in paint, kicking guys, making the defense doesn't want to collapse as easy known, you know, we just gotta keep playing them in a flow. Really? We just we don't need to worry about me scorn, a basketball, we all score with the office that we have just got to keep moving in at times the ball, the offense is real stagnated. You know we just stay in one spot guard. If you're to finish so about just moving a ball plano. Plano. You know, the team sport interest in everyone always low key to why, and Danny green. Although had a little humor, about his new catchphrase taking hold on social media talking to media Toronto. Raptors one game three tonight. One twenty three to one zero nine. Ready Coleman on Freddie and Fitz on ESPN radio and ESPN app. Presented by progressive insurance. The one thing I love about this raptors team. They expected to be in this position. They expected that they were gonna be to one lead in this series yet. It talks about you gotta plan for Kate Klay Thompson, but we don't want to have to have the conversation. How did we lose that game? And he's not there and the ranch. Not. There. A one man gang led by Steph curry was able to beat us in game three they clearly understood that have been completely damaged in my mind had they lost this game tonight with those dudes not being out there because of anything the Golden State wars would have been more emboldened and I believe the five games. They came through tonight. And it shows the power, the warriors that many people believe, you know what? Got a chance to win this game. We wouldn't say that about plenty of other teams not having one dude out. But another superstar out with Kevin Klay Thompson. Looney. And yep. They they might get a chance to win this game against a fully capable raptors basketball. A ten point game with three twenty-seven ago when Steph Curry's diving around on the floor. I mean, it was one thirteen one oh three and I'm sitting there going wait a minute. When it wasn't it just fifteen about a minute and a half ago, I think they were going to win, but I was still amazed that it was a ten point game when you had Steph and Draymond essentially about it. And amygdala was what had eleven points tonight. It was a very quiet eleven may Livingston was not existence. Dan, DeMarcus cousins didn't give you. It was more game. One boogie cousins than game too. I mean not more was game one. I mean, we'll see one of seven to nine a belief, so he he looked like an old man now. Yeah. It was a complete flip flop from what we saw in game two. He went back to game one. And as far as the raptors go, you know they, they, they did they were supposed to do and what they didn't do in game two. They were gifted one in game. Tune gave it away five point at the half. Fifteen because golden kind of team that no leader safe with them. Well, yeah. The, the third quarter warrior show up. But tonight they didn't have clay, and I'm still, you know, typically cat to the wounded warriors where it's ten point game with three and a half to go and game three. When all you have is Steph, really I mean at forty seven. The next the war you're closest to him, it's scoring with thirty points. Fewer Draymond green was seventeen so six raptors in double digits. It was a complete team win by the raptors now folks, get ready. Buckle your seatbelt for game four because I believe Klay Thompson will be back. I agree. And I believe K D will make his first appearance. I think so I don't know if you'll start but he's going to have a say in
There are 17 Networks covering the NFL: When is enough enough?
"The NFL draft Howard, even covering the NFL for many years. We're talking about the NFL coverage in in how they're seventeen networks now covering the NFL is is possible to have too much coverage. I don't know. Too much. I really don't because the public is who determines it? Sure. And the public and the public is just has an insatiable appetite for this stuff. And you know, a lot of the interviews that I've been doing this week and last and talking about how the draft has come. I was on the first broadcast for ESPN in nineteen eighty and then in what is now it's another world, and, but you know, with the draft of the coverage on the internet and the mock drafts and all that I say the number of there are it's just crazy. It's over the top. But yet the people love them people didn't want them and read them and talk about them. Then no one would do. And so that's what drives it all. And so as long as the public watches, then that's going to be the key. We'll be interesting this year with a third network doing doing something totally different ABC's and the other two to see what kind of traction they get with the competition. But. Like, I said, it just seems that whatever it is football related with the NFL people. Just can't get enough of it. We get to the drafts of interesting news today regarding Josh Gordon and now New England Patriots. How does the Josh Gordon movie end? Yeah. I don't think anybody knows the answer to that one. Probably the person who knows the answers Josh court. And so that's the thing about it. And so the patriots are. You know, what's this all about when he was suspended during last season? Everyone's Josh, Gordon. But you know, who don't censor? The patriots are figuring. Hey, we retain the right? If it gets his act together, then we've got him eat annot now signing that tender that money counts against the cat. Now. Of course, when you have a cabinet as high as it is another two million dollars, isn't that big a deal, and obviously you get paid a dime unless he's on the roster. And so I would think though that the patriots wouldn't have done this in less. They were getting some good reports about where Josh Gordon is with his life since. The suspension came down. Whatever last November. I guess. Early December that here it is. It's been several months, and they must have some I would think inclination or insight that says that he might be available at some point this season. But we'll wait and see. But like I said an answer to your question. I don't think anybody knows that answer. Howard. Please tell me that you don't believe that the Oakland riders are going to take a quarterback at four. I I don't think they should. But you know, like. You can never say never. I mean, that's that's the thing about the draft. And I often said this is that we all whether we talk about the draft to write about it. Whatever it is. We should eliminate the word unexpected or surprise from vocabulary. Because there's there's no such thing as a surprise when it comes to the NFL draft. And that's just the reality guys couple years ago. If I was on the allows on your show two nights before the draft. And I said I'm going to predict that the Kansas City. Chiefs are going to trade up to number ten and Patrick Mahomes. And you probably would have sent someone to my house to have to have my brain tested wondering if I if I totally lost my mind, and yet that would happen. And so that's why you just never know. And of course, the the raiders situations different than the chiefs. They had a quarterback that was getting up there in years. The raiders have still pretty young guy who you should be able to build something really good around. But that doesn't mean that Jon Gruden Mike may I don't have some crazy scenario cockpit where they just might might take one and they signed several others in the off season surprise in another guy. I would be crazy to do that in the first round. Maybe at the end of the first round there's someone sitting there that they can beat developed. But if they take someone early I think that that would be a little crazy. But that doesn't mean that I dismissed it as being a possibility of happening Howard. Is there a team in the top ten that you can see frightening out of their current spot and accumulating additional picks? I think there several teams that would like to trade out the question is. And then the jets have been a team in a lot of people talked about because you know, this is this is a draft. It's pretty strong and defensive players. There's gonna be a bunch of defensive lineman that going to top five ten and so teams trading down know that they're still going to get a really good player if they trade down a few spots, the key is who wants to trade up. And what are they looking for? I would think that the team I like to in some respects. I liked the draft to come to be especially when there's that many good players, especially if you need a defensive lineman now up to get one of those quarterbacks as we're talking about the trade up two years ago with Mahomes, we had to bear trade up at spot San Francisco to get Mitchell Trubisky we have buffalo trading Josh Allen. So. If one of these teams wants a quarterback and has their mind set on a certain one, then we could see a trade like that in the top ten and again, no one really knows what these teams are thinking. But if they're like I said if there's a team that has identified one of these quarterbacks than that. That's that's the position that certainly were trading up for if you wanna get you wanna get a guy sticking with the quarterback team doesn't seem to be really rated as a high quarterback challenged draft. But which team Indo which quarterback is going to screw everybody fix up by grabbing somebody early in. Yeah. That's that's a really good question. And obviously what the cardinals do will set the stage for what happens after that. And they do take Tyler Mary than I think we're going to see three other quarterbacks. Maybe a fourth goal in the first round the question is where will it be? Will it be Denver? Will it be? My aunt. Will it be Washington? I mean, those are all pretty good possibilities for a team taking a quarterback. I think it's still pretty good draft for quarterbacks. And so, you know, yes, there's not a guy that you just automatically say is going to be in a Pro Bowl in a couple of years. But I think I several of these guys with the right situation. The right coaching the coaching staff and the right team around him. I think they have the chance to be very good players talking to Howard Walser NFL draft two nights from now. Progressive insurance guest line here Spey nation radio Howard. It's never been Bill. Bell checks MO to trade up. But with the retirement of rob gronkowski that the tight end out of Iowa Hawkins sent a lot of people are talking about would be a great replacement. He may go. Hi, people saying even top ten pick possibly could you see Bella check making a move with with Matt Patricia in Detroit to try to move up to Hopkinson. I think we could see him try to move up getting metal from thirty two to eight is probably wait too far to go. Okay. The patriots have a lot of ammunition a bunch of extra of other picks the second third round. But to give up that many to give up what you have to give up that far. I think would be very very difficult. But it can who knows who knows when Hawkins middle go. I I'm you know yet. You're right. He could go that early or he, you know, obviously, he might not. And I think they've obviously there's certainly looking at the tight end very closely. And there's you know, they they might feel. We can stay where you are. And then, but if someone is still sitting there when you get into the twenty well that would be the place to make a move because it's not going to be as costly. As like, I said, I can't even imagine what it would take to move up twenty four spots. Because if you're the lions and all you need, then to trade down that is is pretty crazy. You make that move and then moved back up because of the hall you've gotten from the patriots. But still move out of the top ten and get a player that can really come in and help your football team. I would not be the greatest move for the
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Houston Cougars finalizing deal with Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia Mountaineers
"Very much in the college football playoff discussion, neck and neck with Oklahoma for a lot of the season. To now, go to a group of five team that we saw a couple of years ago even on Houston's best day when things are breaking right for them in that Tom Herman era was still a fringe contender. Best for college football's ultimate prize. They don't want to put a group of five team in the college football playoff. But that's the reality. I think they beat Oklahoma that year didn't they? I mean, and they still didn't get inaugarated lost some games down the stretch. But they put the others good season as you could probably have with the schedule. They had which was very difficult. They won games against high quality teams just perplexing to me. It kind of reminds me a couple of about five four or five years ago when Tommy Super Bowl left, Texas Tech to go to Cincinnati and thinking you left the big twelve. A group of five school. And that's the same thing. You're seeing right here. Overseers the second best hair to Mike Gundy in all of college football. He's leaving us at the kind of balding mullet. Sliding down there. It looks great. When it's wet. I just I'm curious to see why this happened what he thinks he'll be able to achieve at Houston that he could not achieve and West Virginia. Just doesn't make any sense. That's that's the biggest question that I can't really answer from coaching standpoint. You're taking yourself out of the situation where you have a real shot in the national championship. You're putting yourself in a group of five area where you have the best season ever. You might be able to strike once in a while my baby get lucky and get into the playoffs. But realistically, you're going from a spot where you have year in and year out opportunities to find your way into the playoff. You're going from that to Houston and also a well known college football coach if you wanted to do just leave West Virginia. Maybe there weren't a lot of great openings this year, which you felt like they would have been another elite power five opening the he would have been qualified to take in some fan base would have said, hey. With this guy's done of West Virginia. We'll take him over here. If you don't want him anymore, but instead of going to Houston, which you're not to disparage that job, but I just don't feel like it's the best job the data's holders qualified for. So there's some familiarity state the obvious he was an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach their two thousand eight to two thousand nine so he's not altogether unfamiliar with the area. We also know there's a number of other things that also also factor into this. I mean living in Houston as opposed to living where he has been in West Virginia. You don't know what his preference becomes in a lot of that wild and wonderful. It is true. I will say one of the interesting things me to be if we find out is what is by out is Houston. That'll tell us how long time he thinks. He's there that get you caught up on some of what is trending Golic and wingo on ESPN radio and ESPN two. My Golic junior. Bobby carpenter? I'm Jason Fitz. Win for the guys were presented by progressive insurance. And Antonio Brown is all up in his feelings, and they're
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"Radio and the ESPN app. We're presented to you by progressive insurance. And all the guests that are joining us on the show today are joining us via the shell Pennzoil performance line. Now today the Browns defeated the Bengals twenty six to eighteen in advance their record to seven seven and one. Now, though, they won't be making the playoffs this year. They definitely have made a statement this season with Baker Mayfield lean away. So it's I think it's safe to say that the Browns have been really fun to watch. But Bobby what are you most excited about for them going into the two thousand nineteen season? Well, the fact that they have a franchise quarterback number one. The fact that they have an elite rusher on the edge to the fact that they have a lockdown corner that they drafted who made a Pro Bowl as a rookie. The fact that they have a tight end it looks like he's a big play guy. And he's developing his body. So we'll be more of a physical receiver and we're fine. I mean, the fact that they have Chubb who's looking really good run. In the football. There's a lot of things to be excited about what those Brown this Brown. The not to mention all those guys talked about your the first or second year players. They've got a full complement of draft picks next year they have a ton of cap space. And they seem to be a team that really doesn't necessarily have a lot of needs to be able to go out there and just take best player available day. K Bill played this guy, and let them play in the past is just take best player available because we have so many holes. There's no one that we need to fill outside of outside of the quarterback position. And now they seem to basically have a lot of the critical positions. All I stop the reality of stinking for a long time. And let's just call it. What is the Browns of stunk, and they stunk over the past two years Restorick way is that it allows you to set yourself up for the future in a way that is really hard to do. Otherwise in the NFL. You get a ton of draft capital. You get a ton of cap space because. You eat up your cap space. We have good players. Good player. So that's the Browns have had some good players dot. I doubt hall of Famer Andrew Hawkins are our cohered ESPN. They had good players. But they have not had a ton of good players. What they've done recently is they have hit in the draft. They have hit in the draft in a major way. And nobody is more important than Baker Mayfield. Baker Mayfield is awesome. And he is a legitimate. Profiles is a legitimate franchise quarterback going forward. They've also got some other really good players though. Myles Garrett has been awesome for them defensively Benza war. It's been very good. This season. And if they found something in some other young players guys that were drafted over the past year or two, but like Joba Tonio was established himself as a team, captain. He's a good player for that. Right. There have been some guys that have come through during those difficult years that are fixtures of this franchise going forward. In the obvious comparisons, the Philadelphia seventy Sixers right like they were able to build this thing back up by collecting a lot of good talent. When they were bad us. The process is in the process, and here we are with the. The the Browns looking like, maybe if you were to stack up like the most exciting young teams in the AFC. I think I'd probably have them right there. Either just ahead or just behind the colts. Absolutely Rachel, I think you look at it the play the Baltimore Ravens next week at the beginning of the season. If you were told the ravens say, you have a chance to lockup Laka playoff appearance. Possibly win the division based on what Pittsburgh does. Oh. By the way, the team you get to play in the final week of the season is the Browns at your place. I think they have taken that every day of the week and twice on week seventeen Sunday. However that thing is changed dramatically in Baker Mayfield. And his last eight games. This is six best quarterback rating in the NFL. I mean, it's one of six that's me never had quarterback play like that at the Browns and even outside of the numbers. You just watch the games. This guy is good good. Good weapons around him. Football frenzy on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Filled gates, Bobby carpenter and Rachel Lindsay. We're discussing the Cleveland Browns. And the statement they have made the season and what we think they'll do in two thousand nineteen. So I mean you named a number of positive things about the Cleveland Browns. And and I definitely agree that they've been exciting to watch. But I have to also take a look at Baker Mayfield. Baker Mayfield is exciting. He's fine. He's dynamic. He has the six best quarterback rating like you just stained, Bobby. But at the same time he is confident. But is he crossing the line as to being cocky, yes. And he's he's tipped that line. And it is fun to watch. But at some point it might be a little bit too much in for example, today, he got a little bit of a little bit overboard when he had the staredown with his former coach hue Jackson today. And he was asked about that from reporters after the game. This is what he had to.
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"By progressive insurance. I'm Pam Coulter. Republicans will now have a fifty three seat majority in the Senate having successfully defended a Mississippi seed in a run off election today democrat Mike Espy conceded, the race to incumbent Republican Cindy Hyde Smith who had stumbled over a comment about attending a public hanging. Buck congratulated her on her victory tonight. And she has my prayers says she goes to Washington to to unite a very divided Mississippi CBS news political contributor, Leslie Sanchez, says Hyde Smith had the edge going into today's voting the biggest indicator was that was that double digit lead that Hyde Smith had going into today in most cases, you cannot make up more than one to two points as you get down to that last forty eight hours to to an election day in an interview with the Washington Post, President Trump said. He does not believe the new federal report on climate change that warns if a huge economic and physical cost to the US CBS's, Alison keys reports the interview President Trump dismissed the dire climate change report. His administration released on black Friday. He told the newspaper. He doesn't see climate change is manmade, nor does he see the effects of climate change on the nation's air and water. The president says a lot of people like myself, we have very high levels of intelligence, but we're not necessarily such believers a trials underway in Chicago. For three police officers charged with a cover-up in the fatal shooting of a black teenager details from WB M's Lisa fielding special. Prosecutor Patricia Brown homes told the judge that David March Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney violated the public trust the night officer Jason Van Dyke shot and killed seventeen year old Liqun McDonald. She says they began lying, right. After McDonald was shot boils down to what is wrong versus what? Shown on the three are charged with felony conspiracy misconduct and obstruction of Justice after they allegedly falsified their reports to protect Ben dyke. Nearly six thousand Central American migrants remain in Tijuana Mexico hoping to seek asylum in the US CBS's Adrienne Bard has a small group of Central American migrants held a makeshift press conference in Tijuana thing they're asking President Trump not demanding to give more people a chance at asylum. Some told stories of persecution one woman who called herself a farm worker said there is repression in Honduras, and people cannot work under those circumstances. If we get sent back she said, we will be dead. The Dow was up one oh eight today. Nasdaq ended about even this is CBS news progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com. W news time eleven three. Here's your traffic.
Texans QB Deshaun Watson responds to critics
"Shawn Watson Texans quarterback answered some of his critics that have been around during this NFL season. Just focus on those. We don't we don't worry about the outside noise. We knew what this team was about. And you know, just kinda start a slower on season. And we just got a plays away from. Ben thrown of, but you know, I didn't far away, but does mistakes and make sure that we stayed on top of our game kept grinding, you know, we just focus on that locker room and everyone in that locked make sure that we stay focusing each took it when we go town at time. And and now we eighty three and have opportunity some special. I last Michael junior here on ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance making easy to bundle your home and car insurance.
Doug Pederson on Eagles loss to Cowboys
"For the eagles. This is a definite step back that much. I can be sure of in Doug Peterson understands there's going to have to be some soul-searching starting with myself all of us. You know, this look at ourselves in the mirror, and are we are we doing enough? Are we given enough each week? It's a strength. I mean, you have to have to strain yourself to make plays. That's just the way this game is and. We didn't do enough of that today. And that's that's the disappointing thing. You know and just just gave up too many too many plays defensively. And then offense didn't execute. Enough. And so that's that's disappointing disappointing thing, but each person each coach each player in that locker room we have to. You have to really look at yourself and decide every day you come to work that you're going to give your best and you're going to do everything you can to get better and help this team win. I last Michael junior here on ESPN radio presented by progressive insurance making it easy to bundle your home and car insurance. The Philadelphia Eagles problems have more to do in my mind with health lane Johnson their starting right?
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"And progressive insurance. The company Toyota with. Recall Toyota is recalling just over a million cars worldwide due to a problem with the air bags. The car maker says an electrical short could cause them to inflate without a crash or fail to work in the event of one included in the recall seventeen thousand science X as sold in the US from two thousand four to two thousand six owners can expect to hear from Toyota in December. Daria Albinger, ABC news Lakota west student, continuing her recovery this morning from serious injuries after she was hit by car walking to school yesterday morning. The accident occurring on West Chester road just outside the school parking lot police saying the fifteen year old student was in a crosswalk with flashing lights. When the driver was speeding through the school zone. University of Miami. Student who fell out a third story window late yesterday morning expected to survive his injuries. The twenty year old fell for me window at Bishop Paul last week Christopher Kirby found guilty of aggravated murder. The beating death of. His sister Debra power in September of last year this week he was facing the death penalty but life in prison without the possibility of parole was given. Instead the other suspect in this case Jacqueline Kirby was already found guilty of lesser charges and was sentenced to three years in prison. Millions of dollars have been invested in downtown Milford recently for a housing development that is ongoing. The little Miami brewing company opened about a year ago. And now there are plans for a distillery right across the street. The Cincinnati business courier reports. That March first brewing is planning on setting up a distillery for its sycamore whisky brand in the historic milk Croft in on mill street people in the community have been fighting for months to save the nearly two hundred year old building Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w apple is refreshing. It's ipad, the ipad finally is getting a refresh for years users have been clamoring for more powerful more versatile ipad that potentially could replace their laptop. And now the new ipad pro. May finally fit that Bill and gadgets sherline low says the first thing you'll notice about the is is there's no home button and in its place. If you want to log into your ipad without typing in the password, you can use the new face ID, their apples thinnest, ipads, ever and will be offered with both eleven inch and twelve point nine inch displays low says, they'll also be equipped with a USB port good for adding more types of accessories and apple has made it so that he can reverse charts the SEC, so you can actually charge your eyes phone with your. I Pat throw some users won't like the omission of a standard headphone Jack though apple is opting instead for a lightning ports. The new ipad froze start shipping on November. Seventh the pricing starts at seven hundred ninety nine dollars. Scott Goldberg ABC news,.
Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites
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Officer mistakes apartment for her own; kills neighbor
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"By progressive insurance, on, Tom Foty Larry you still rough weather throughout. The Hawaiian islands there are still threats for more women. Than heavy rain but what had once? Been a category five hurricane dumped feed of rain on some. Of the islands hurricane lane is now just a tropical storm and getting weaker on, a lose mayor Kirk Caldwell Got weak and fell apart, we dodged a bullet doesn't mean it's over. We're going to have rain and wind and local flooding and we need to be vigilant and we will don't want. To let our guard down about thirteen months after it was I I ag- Senator John McCain is now ending medical treatment for his brain cancer much of official Washington, reacted with degrees of sorrow and sympathy, not so the White House for the president and it was a week during which is. X. campaign chairman was convicted on eight counts of tax and. Bank fraud his former attorney and fixer pleaded guilty to other charges, yet, other allies apparently agreed to cooperate with various. Investigations of the president that in Washington and in New. York including his company's longtime top financial? Officer taking note of all of that in the weekly democratic. Media address Maryland congressman Elijah Cummings this has been a shocking and disgraceful week for, our nation Wine that, will tarnish our history books for generations a prominent doctor who wants headed the federal centers for disease control was arrested in New, York whose own health system he wants also ran Thomas Friedman facing charges of, forcible touching sex abuse at harassment details on that from WCBS, TV's Jessica more victim rights that Breton told. Her he was so distraught after what happened he even considered suicide.
CBS, California and Ross McNamara discussed on 24 Hour News
"Ross McNamara and the top stories ahead, massive wildfire in northern California has grown to become the largest in that state's history. Now, this smoke could be seen for probably roughly fifty miles to one hundred miles in any direction. CBS news is next plus Detroit police searching for a pair of suspects accused of throwing a flaming object into a party store. I'm Lauren Barthel NewsRadio nine. Double Dot com station CBS news on the hour sponsored. By progressive insurance. I'm Wendy Gillette it's. A record breaker the Mendocino complex fire in northern California has now burned two hundred eighty, three thousand acres and. It's still growing, CBS, news correspondent Kris Martinez reports The Mendocino complex fire. Is now the, largest fire in California, history firefighting blades. Are.
Thousands more evacuated from California's largest wildfire
"And UNLV experts find the North Korea has not stopped its nuclear program. I'm John Evans, CBS news covers the world. Next. What's happening and why KCBS AM. FM and HD. One San Francisco Oakland San. Jose Eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour sponsored by. Progressive insurance I'm. Jim shanavie it's another night of heavy rain in parts of, the east a storm front that extends from the mid Atlantic to New England and flash flood warnings and watches rebel along that path in Lynchburg Virginia where the college lake dam was threatening to burst and unleash a wall of water evacuations remain in effect overnight correspondent chip, Reid says the danger is mostly over in the last twenty. Four hours the water from that reservoir was actually going over this bridge, and dam and that's why they were afraid of the possibility of. Catastrophic failure now seek waters quite a, bit lower but there is heavy rain in. The forecast so there are a little, bit worried but they think wiping out this damn at this point is. Extremely unlikely there were new evacuations from wildfires in. Northern California Friday is the largest fire the Mendocino complex blaze grew to more than one, hundred fifty three. Thousand acres some sixteen thousand people have been forced to leave their homes in. Napa county the car fire continues to call Ause problems mostly for the. Fire crews Cal. Fires Heather Williams combined these fires have burned over one hundred, fifty seven thousand acres the largest of that is the ranch fire which is burned two hundred fifteen thousand acres and currently we still have over nine thousand structures that are threatened at this time but heat wave continues for much of California Saturday's high in reading near the, car fires forecast to hit ninety seven degrees secretary of state. Mike Pompeo has issued a stern warning to Russia and China and any, other country that might violate u. n. sanctions and deal with North. Korea has comes amid a UN report, that the north continues to get oil from. Illegal ship to ship transfers at sea, and is making tens of millions of dollars in banned exports of coal. Iron seafood and other products the report will cause. Some problems for President Trump suggest to get North Korean leader Kim Jong undertow the line, CBS's Mike lions. States it's going to be looking for North Korea to move the agreement forward. Intangible manner such as having inspectors Allowed instead of North Korea the search for the suspect. In the shooting death of Houston cardiologists Dr Mark house connect came to an end. In Houston Friday morning when police caught up with sixty two year old Joseph Pappas, Omar Villafranca reports one police officer arrived, within moments and. Confronted Pappas and another officer as well they noticed that he was wearing body armor they told him to get his hands up but it only apparently put one hand up now both officers were there when he did lift up his other hand he had a gun in it he put it to his head and pulled the trick, is connected been one of. Former president George H W Bush doctors Pappas may have killed him as revenge for, the death of his mother on the operating table. Some twenty years ago on Wall Street the Dow gained one hundred thirty, six points this is CBS news Progressive will compare rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us. Saving you time and money now that's progressive. Call or click today It's eleven oh three the bay area's news station. KCBS sunny and, warm tomorrow in. The inland areas we're going to see some hazy conditions for the rest of the weekend due to, the fires in the north state I'm John Evans here's what's, happening there was a fight that closed the Bart station at MacArthur in Oakland tonight. For a short time and it turned into a stabbing two men. Are injured police say an. Altercation started on a Richmond train. And then continued at the MacArthur station one suffered a cut to the. Face the other to the arm both men are being treated no. Arrests have been made NIA Wilson was stabbed to death in an unprovoked. Attack on Bart in July she was honored by by family today in a memorial in. Oakland KCBS lane reports of the. Event was attended by approximately fifteen hundred people NIA Wilson's funeral lasted some four hours ending with. Hundreds of people filing past her oath Open casket draped in a white. Veil the ceremony was a time to mourn for her family.
CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call
"Looking good as well now, the latest forecast from The Exergen temporal scanner, weather, center I heart radio station, partly cloudy skies for the rest of this Friday morning and again if you're getting ready. To head out the door. Macy some fog on your. Way to work, if we're gonna be out in about early this morning by this afternoon the fog will burn off a slight chance of, rain and, storms otherwise partly sunny pretty nice day in the. Tri-state today's high eighty seven and, the weekend, absolutely beautiful sunny tomorrow sunny on Sunday with highs in the upper. Eighties sixty seven degrees news a service of progressive insurance and travelcenters of America mayor. John cranley says, he's not surprised that it judge temporarily halted a billboard tax that. He vetoed but city council overrode the judge stating the tax violates the, billboard owners and their clients I meant rights it wasn't a wonder syntax but a seven percent actually the for the businesses. That are affected it's pretty Wake up. And all, of a sudden your whole financial models changed without, much notice one of Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies. Norton outdoor advertising sued the city saying that on top of already turning, permit fees at unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising is also. Sued, making similar claims as Norton Melissa Healy NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WCBS chairman les Moonves says commenting. For the, first time sorta kindness and. Sexual misconduct allegations surfacing, ABC news explains CVS, CEO les Moonves silent about the sexual misconduct allegations. Against. Him that have, rocked the network he's run for two decades speaking on a public earnings call only about CBS financials Nunez in control and praised by at least one investor unless it's. Amazing how much. You've diversified CVS revenue over, the last five years no one asking him about the New Yorker. Expose were Six women came forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS. Hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS. Earlier this week CVS films president Terry press struggling to reconcile the moon as she knows with the allegations posting this statement I. Do not believe that. It is my place to question the accounts put forth. By the, women but I do find myself. Asking that if we are examining the industry, as it existed decades before through. The lens of twenty eighteen should, we also discuss path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting county commissioners. Will be holding a special session later this month to review the preliminary development agreement, with FC Cincinnati for a new practice facility in Milford, commissioners have been asked to approve a one percent increase to the lodging tax. To help reimburse the cost of buying the land the Expressway park softball complex, was bought out earlier this summer with help. From the city of Milford FC Cincinnati plans, to spend an additional thirty million dollars. Building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will take place August. Fourteenth.
Zimbabwe: Three dead in Harare amid election unrest
"In the north bay At this hour it's seventy five degrees in San. Jose sixty one degrees in Oakland, eighty degrees in Sacramento and fifty nine degrees here in San Francisco Doc protests violence and accusations of election rigging stain the first Imbaba in election since Robert Mugabe's thirty seven year reign on Wednesday three. People were shot dead as police and military forces clashed with protestors protestors were responding to what they, see as a, rigged election after Mugabe's political party Zanu PF. Won a majority of the parliamentary elections Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is the Wall Street Journal's. Deputy bureau chief in. Africa and she's on the, ground in Harare Zimbabwe so we had the elections here on Monday and we. Have two main, contenders one. Is president mnangagwa's Samantha host Mugabe last November but to help us in military and his main rival is the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa forty very smooth talking young men mnangagwa's already seventy five and has seen kind of on Mugabe's. Side for forty years and Chamisa Claims and allies claim. That they won the election whereas the, electoral commission had hasn't hasn't you semi presidential results but they have set that. That nuclear after ruling party has won two thirds of the seats in parliament. So that gives you an indication of what's going on and why people are angry so yesterday there were several hundred demonstrators are opposition supporters were marching through. Town in front of the electoral commission and that's when things got a bit rowdy initially I'm Jay, Wright police were, called in and did they watch reports of. People throwing stones and waving sticks and then suddenly they called in the military. With tanks and so. You had sort of automatic, weapon wielding soldiers chasing down seven straighter were maybe artistic or so but also. Lot of passer, bys were. Just shelling things on the streets of worship shopkeepers nearby were caught up in LA which was sort of change From the very peaceful election day that we have seen it also pledges of. No violence from both leaders ahead of like like and we've. Also seen the United Nations and Amnesty International in addition to other leaders calling for calm after these elections. You said that things today are relatively calm but are there concerns that this military. Crackdown could continue yes I think the concerns are there and it's not normal to have soldiers on the street, that's something bad people here saw last November. When, there was. This military intervention Betsy post Mugabe but then after a few weeks cultures were taken off the. Street does things are pretty normal so people are definitely. Worried concerned and at this point we also. Don't have a sign that the opposition will Kombi accepts the, election results they said that they believe that votes rigs and I believe that if. If there's about one be election it, will probably be more protests And, I think the government has shown that it's gonna crack. Down with a heavy hand and once the winner is announced. Or declared what is it exactly that the, people of Zimbabwe are looking for from this government I? Think, they want jobs as one of the things that I've heard from many many people you. Have unions saying that sign out of ten workers are unemployed there's a massive, cash crisis here, the dollar has seen dominant currency, in Zimbabwe since two thousand nine since they have that out. Of hyperinflation but people had actually. Get their dollars out Bank anymore they wanted international investment they want them to Konami that provides for people. There are a lot of people especially in. The countryside who sort of fairly being sustained on food aid, and don't see opportunities for children Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is Wall Street Journal deputy bureau chief in Africa Gabrielle thank you for being with us Sure thank you Takeaway is supported by progressive insurance,.
Facebook finds 'sophisticated' efforts to disrupt US elections and influence politics
"On the hour sponsored by progressive insurance I'm Jim shanavie Facebook. Says it's uncovered what appears to be. A sophisticated coordinated effort to use bogus, Facebook pages and Instagram accounts to disrupt US. Politics thirty, two accounts, have been. Shut down and while no one is pointing fingers Russia is suspected of being behind the effort CBS news political consultant Leonard Steinhorn their agenda has been. And continues to be to create chaos and polarization, in our country to weaken our democracy and to pit Americans against each other they were successful in two thousand sixteen Facebook says nearly three hundred thousand. People were following at least one of the bogus accounts day one of the Paul Manafort fraud and tax evasion trial, in Virginia so a jury seated and opening statements underway correspondent Bill Raikov prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the. Former Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several Year period then lied to, banks about his income in. Order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony maintain that defendant Rick gates is, to blame has manafort's business. Guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning and afford the. Only person charged. By Muller who has opted to stand trial instead of copying a plea a federal judge in Seattle has at least temporarily blocked a. Texas company from offering downloadable blueprints for. Making plastic guns on a three d., printer eight states in Washington DC of filed. Suit to, stop those, downloads arguing. That people could use the blueprints to make firearms at are virtually undetectable and untraceable CBS's Tony dokoupil it doesn't have metal in it so it could. Be undetectable you could walk into a stadium you, could walk into an office so the concern is that that is an invitation to anybody who wants to do something bad President Trump says he's looking. Into the controversy adding making three d guns available to the public doesn't seem to make much sense some better weather, as hell fire crews on the line Is near Redding California CBS's Steve Futterman fire officials here are very hopeful that the worst. Is over they continue to get a grip on this fire the car fire now thirty percent contained and fire crews expect that number to rise each and every day the fire is still burning but it's moving, away from most residential area that car fire one of fifteen major fires still burning in California, it's already. Burned nine hundred sixty five homes and killed six people a. Penn State university fraternity member involved in the hazing that killed a. Pledge has avoided jail time Ryan Burke sentenced to three months house arrest Tim Piazza died after a series of, falls after a night of. Drinking at.
Smoking ban to go in effect for public housing July 31
"It's Eighty-six degrees at one thirty, I'm Brett better on NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD a federal, judge has rejected a last-ditch effort by gun control. Groups, to block the Trump administration from allowing the public to download blueprints for three. D printable, guns US district judge Robert Pittman. In Austin said he. Sympathised with gun control groups concerns but question their legal standing to intervene the Brady center to prevent gun violence every town for gun safety and the giffords, Law Center to prevent gun violence had tried. To intervene after a settlement between defense distributed and the US government. That allowed the company to legally published. Three gun, blueprints, online Bill, Rakoff CBS news Washington starting. July thirty first next Tuesday, smoking will be banned in all public housing writing up we'll be prohibited both in and. Within twenty five feet of units Could, be your Kareem. Is, with the Dallas office of the American lung association he, says the. New federal rule from hood is a good thing for overall hell And especially in public housing For smoking more than double, than the national average case even more of a dangerous factor. To staff and the vegetarian so, this lowest person from ours protecting long from secondhand smoke cream acknowledges some may see this as an example of government overreach This is from About secondhand smoke is she's not a role to. Attack tobacco users he says many public housing agencies in North Texas confirm they are ready to enforce any rule summer or even banning the use of, e, cigarettes police say suspicious item sound inside Trump Tower have been determined. To be harmless the New York. Police department's counterterrorism chief. Says on Twitter that packages found in the building have been deemed safe by the department's bomb squad, and officer president. Donald Trump's rise I noticed a suspicious item this afternoon at authorities did not immediately give further details about what was found avenue was closed on the block in front. Of the skyscraper. Wet police investigated President Trump was not in. New York today Carol-lee traffic and weather together we've got Northbound. Let's see Sponsored by progressive insurance eastbound. I two TV I thirty east Hampton road an accident in the far right lane has you backed up to? Sylvan starting tonight all lanes at I thirty five at Beckley avenue will be closed through Monday at. Five AM. Cruiser moving back the overpass traffic will be diverted. In both directions heavy delays are expected.
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"Fridays get you ready for your weekend with the little, not necessarily. That's right. Some stories from inside and outside the sports world that we liked to swipe, right. If we agree with swipe left, if we disagree with and swipe up, if we want a super like it, which is not a thing I knew existed, but I haven't been on tender except for when I'm helping out my friends. 'cause I've been off the market for quite some time which reminds me hitting the bar after this and I am one hundred percent setting up your ten? Yeah, it's going to happen buddy on be swipe it all up on this b word that I can't say. This is the SPN radio presented by progressive insurance. Let's get into it and that's right. Let's get into it. Lil Wayne is sending care packages to forty Niners coach Cal Shanahan because it seems that Shanahan named his son Carter after the New Orleans rapper and Lil Wayne heard about this has started sending a variety of things. Autographed poster, copy of the album sign. And stuff for the eight year old son and nicely gave the one with the cuss words to the dad gave the edited one to the sun. So Wayne thinking ahead on the question, I guess Nick is and Shanahan says, you know, he's listening to his music a lot when he was doing his first coaching gig for the bucks and that his wife would kill him. If he said the name was one hundred percent about the rapper. But the Carter one started it and he was always into that and what his wife said. She liked the name Carter. It was pretty easy for him because he was obsessed with them at the time. So the question for you is Nick, would you name your kid after a rapper? Oh, like it. I'm absolutely going to. Drake, chance free Dell. Well, there you go. That's a great name who. I wouldn't necessarily say because of those particular wrappers. I mean, I love chance strike as all you know, as we know in his feelings sometimes, but Drake, chance free dial is a great name. Now we just have to get onto now we gotta get tender and find someone to make baby. I'm gonna have to go ahead and. Here's why I like rap music. I have nothing against the idea of naming your kid after a rupture, but that's not going to be my first choice. If I'm looking for inspiration for my child to be sent onto the world bearing someone's name, I'm probably going to go with a great author, perhaps a musician. I admire maybe someone that has historical so that they can't milkshake duck me and turn into a terrible person. I don't wanna go with like OJ OJ Spain, Wade's the Bogue Wayne among. Yeah, so I have to swipe left on that by the way I, I saw little Wayne and Drake perform together at Michael Jordan's kids, high school graduation party at the park west that I kind of snuck into now the legally, but it wasn't invited. Yeah, they performed at Michael Jordan's kid's graduation party out right before they really blew up. They were. They were. They were big, but not quite that big. All right. Next question on the old, not necessarily sports, tender. LeBron has said that he now regrets naming his kid. Brawny said that having his kid bear his name just means a lot of pressure for him. We've seen a lot of this lately. Serena Williams saying, I hope my daughter doesn't play tennis because I'm just real good at it. Which as meantime said was, I see no lie there. Whereas the li- and we saw, of course Jordan talking about in his hall of fame speech. He feels bad for his kids. It's a lot to live up to the question is, do you think there's more pressure on brawny because he shares his name, or would you be pressured regardless distribution the Bronx kid?.
Daniel Poncedeleon of St. Louis Cardinals throws seven no-hit innings in MLB debut
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