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"ray stagich" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Two. Let's. Get to the weather with meteorologist Ray Stagich, get the Weather Channel that's some snow moving into the area unleashed a little bit today. More tomorrow. I guess Joe flurry snow showers could skirt some of us today. Really not all that excited about many snow chance today. What's out? There is probably gonna stay mainly north. There is some flurry snow shower activity on north eastern parts of the Catskills that may try to yourself south. That's it. And then things will start changing at about. Let's see about twenty four hours from now that's about well, we'll start to see the snow. Come in weather services, said what your weather advisory now six o'clock tomorrow morning until midnight tomorrow night, and that'll be four what we are expecting in terms of snowfall could be a few inches of snow before change over in and around the city to sleep freezing rain and eventually rain. So it is going to be one of those systems. Joe where are we are going to have snow would probably impact for the commutes of our morning, then around midday start to see the transition over to sleep, maybe some freezing. And I don't think big amounts of ISIS slash freezing rain, but at least to some. Could could coat some of the trees and power lines? But I don't think they'll be big problems with that. So as we go through today, we'll see a lot of clouds around chilly this morning, but just that chilly not seeing any extreme cold. And we'll see a flurry snow showers thirty seven tonight. Light snow later better. Chances we go between about six and eight AM tomorrow morning of snow to start up with a winter weather advisory kicking in and before we start to see that transition over around midday early afternoon to freezing rain and sleet. We could. Accumulating? So that is going to be we'll be at through midday and early afternoon tomorrow. Then as we watch that precept change over to rain and may hang on north, west jersey in southeast New York state, a little bit longer in terms of snow, and sleet so travel west and north obviously, you'll be a little trickier to travel, but the worst snowfall here said between about six to eight o'clock tomorrow morning through early afternoon and west the north it'll hang on a little bit longer than we do get a change to rain showers as we head on through tomorrow night. And then is it going into Wednesday few clouds and sunshine and highs will be in the low forties. It does look like another storm coming in for late week into the beginning of this upcoming weekend. Joe, but that one looks like a much milder system, and it does look like it'll be made me rain so going to get a little bit slick tomorrow morning. A thick few extra minutes, maybe to make it on out to work. Even if it means setting the alarm clock a little bit earlier that might be what you have to do. Very good. Okay. I'll see you there. Thank you meteorologist race educ with the forecast. Five thirty four zero time right now. Top officials gonna move into nightshirt housing today. Get.
"ray stagich" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Ray Stagich for the Weather Channel is standing by. What's going on? Oh, let's see a little cold just a little shot here in the arm a little colder than we've been last time. We talk missed the wind advisors with our wind advisories this morning that kick in at ten o'clock. That's going to be the front coming. It's cold front. So our daytime highs today we'll be down a little bit as we get into the afternoon tonight be called again tomorrow on the chilly side. But I think we cover tomorrow the coldest day of the week fifteen to twenty five per hour. Breeze coming in today. Clouds, sunshine, low to mid forties for most upper teens tonight. What a bit colder as you get further west. So try it maybe middle teens around fifteen or so in the mountains, even colder tomorrow, we probably don't get out of the thirties upper thirties. So that's certainly not what they're seeing out in the midwest and the lakes states where you can put a minus behind that thirty eight projected high for the triangle tomorrow temperatures this morning are like thirty eight to forty below zero Minnesota so extremely. Cold and then back into the fifties on Friday. So I guess we could take that with a little saving grace don't say grain of salt because there's pricking salt, laying everywhere. And there's nothing. There's threats of black ice to see any of that materialize. By Friday or in the fifties. We could be in the sixties maybe even the seventies early next week by the time we get to later next week get another cool shot coming in. But it does look like the month of thirty that with coming out yesterday. Looks like it's going to be above average. At least that's forecast for the month of February for the southern tier of the US, so low culture tomorrow once again, mid upper thirty s overnight lows tonight in the teens, and then the modifying.
"ray stagich" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Six twenty three we're going to talk to Ray Stagich, our buddy at the Weather Channel is finally back. Joe he didn't want to show his face because we haven't seen him since he screwed up the whole Martin Luther King weekend forecast. Snow that never happened. Well, it was a sudden conveniently he's gone for ten days because the snow when upstate and that's where he was going. And he liked the snow upstage pretty funny that all of a sudden. Yeah. Isn't around to discuss. But we'll talk to rain just a moment. What we're expecting some kind of precipitation later and could affect tomorrow morning's commute temperatures are going to be brutal. She's here. What's going on in Chicago? Because of the cold weather. They say that people are like targeting this special kind of coat celebrities like to wear another is called a Canada goose jackets they sell for upwards of a thousand dollars. They said six people had their Canada goose coats stolen, last week and two more were stolen. Well, they've got the big little logo on the arm. So, you know, it's Canada goose crazy. Yeah. Yeah. So people are still in jackets the coats retail from five hundred to twelve hundred dollars in the most expensive coat is currently sixteen hundred and ninety five big ones. It keep you warm. I don't know better. So Ray Stagich. Let's see if we'll show you may not even show up. Are you there Ray? Now. I know explain to me why you totally straight up that forecast. And then all of a sudden you nowhere to be found for ten days screwed up. Let's see I won't go with totally now. All right. What's fair? What's fair? Yeah. But we didn't think much of the city. I think it was a northerner, western suburbs. At didn't end up with much. I dunno Natalie didn't end up with much snow from that advantage. No-one? No-one said noted gets though. Mid lower and valley, north western. I mean, all right, fine, just blow torch, we've got here. We get up into that area. I know listens. Every morning while I'm glad high dallies listening now call in and defend me. In the rain snow line. All bla-bla-bla. Hey, listen. What are we going to get here and will affect the morning commute in the city? And then talk about the cold. That's coming our way. We'll get a modified continental polar air mass. Alright so modified I thought it was gonna polar vortex. Well, it is the polar its modified compared to what's going through places. Like heard you guys talking about Chicago where they may threaten an all time.
"ray stagich" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O'clock. Let's get to the weather with meteorologist Ray Stagich on the Weather Channel, probably very happy guy. He's got a lot of snow to talk about. The question is going to be where where and how much and that's the fine details. What shall we won't get into amounts now? But I do want to emphasize one thing Joe that there's going to be two separate systems late weekend's the weekend. There's gonna be a weaker low coming through Thursday night into Friday morning, and that might surprise us with Lorraine and snow and that could be a light accumulation which could drop especially west and north may be one to three inches, and maybe even here into the city Friday morning because of the timing we might end up with maybe an inch or two of snowfall. So I have to watch that system. That's the first one that'll pass. And then as we get into the weekend, the stronger storm system, which already half the world's talking about right? Yeah. As we get into Saturday afternoon Saturday night and Sunday is going to bring the potential for more precipitation. Now where we were yesterday looked a little bit colder now which changed from yesterday to today is that track a little further west, which means a little bit milder. So this is what will be happening over the next couple of years that sound little waivers in. In the forecast track. I think the intensity is going to be for more precipitation, meaning a heavier event, the question's going to be the precipitation type for Saturday afternoon into Saturday night and Sunday, I think some wintry precipitation, but right now, you can't say all snow. You can't say all rain just a little too early to tell this will impact like Sunday morning Saturday night into Sunday MLK day, Monday or older. That much is for sure we are going to turn sharply colder. So that's one thing for sure. So we'll go through today. Thirty seven a little chilly out there, but more seasonable as we go through this morning and this afternoon, this is where we.
4 dead in Maryland shooting, including 26-year-old female suspect
"Dot com. Weather center. Not widespread but enough showers thunderstorms already seen some areas of heavy rainfall may see some more downpours this afternoon. But also opportunities for dry weather should make about eighty six especially where it doesn't rain. Thunderstorms are likely tonight or thunderstorms tomorrow with more showers and thunderstorms tomorrow night into Saturday could get multiple inches of rain right now between two and four inches with some higher totals daytime highs by Saturday into the low eighties. I'm Ray Stagich Weather Channel, San Antonio's official weather station. Newsradio twelve hundred wwl
Over 1,000 FDNY members suffer from Ground Zero illnesses 17 years later
"The New York City firefighters say the death toll from nine eleven related illnesses. Seventeen years later continues to rise. And over a thousand members of just the new York Fire Department have been diagnosed with cancers and respiratory problems related to the toxic substances. They ingested during the recovery effort. Wow. Over a thousand seventeen years later, and that's just the firefighters. Add to the the the police officers and federal agents FBI anybody right normal, normal bystander. Right. All pitched in to try to help it that horrific time seventeen years ago today are paying the price with their lives. Seventeen years later in the count continues and the money that was set up for helping those people is going to run out. And so they're they're the people in charge. You're saying if you were there and you helped if you were there breathing in that air sign up now. Because that major illness that cancer that respiratory problem may still be coming to
Manhattan DA considers criminal charges against Trump Organization
"Longtime Trump organization's chief financial officer was granted immunity by federal. Prosecutors as part of an investigation into President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen Alan. Wiesel, Berg was given immunity by the Manhattan US attorney's office. That was first reported by. The Wall Street Journal now our sources are confirming it as you said for providing information about Michael Cohen in. The criminal investigation into hush money payments for two women during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign now when it was granted, immunity were still. Working out those details this news coming. Out of the journal had also reported President Trump's longtime financial gatekeeper was called to testify before a federal grand jury, in the investigation earlier this year we've reached out for comment for Weisselberg directly so far have not heard back from him Wiesel bergh's immunity deal comes after it was reported that David pecker chief of national inquirer is publishing company American media also, received federal. Immunity as part of the
As massive Hurricane Lane nears, Hawaiians have nowhere to go
"Stagich Hawaii is bracing for hurricane lane this is a powerful storm it's going to. Pass well close to the Hawaiian islands, now let's get an update on that joining us live NBC radio correspondent, Mike Bauer so what's the latest on lane Mike cool Joey it's been twenty. Five years since the winds have seen a hurricane of this magnitude but wise. Preparing for life threatening impacts is hurricane lane is expecting to impact. The islands overnight it's been straddling. The hurricane has right on that line between the category foreign category five right now Currently stand to the category four with sustained winds of one. Hundred forty five miles per, hour but it's expected to slow down the slow moving hurricane is going to impact parts, of Hawaii, Thursday, afternoons at this afternoon. And then could probably will actually get over the islands around the islands. By Friday so regardless of the direct track of this storm they're saying that there's life. Threatening impacts with flooding and heavy torrential rains in, some areas and as it makes its approach there it seems that femurs they're they've been hanging out there since there was a threat of a hurricane Hector. Last week now of, course with the the Hawaii's big island volcanoes they've had? On kill away a female has. Been in place in a. While they're ready to help if necessary I very good. ABC radio correspondent Mike Bauer with the. Latest on hurricane lane
Texas, refineries urged to plan storm shutdowns to cut pollution
"By Wednesday of next week I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather station NewsRadio twelve hundred eighty. Six degrees. Under, partly cloudy, skies, eleven oh, wanted News Radio twelve. Hundred w One, of the most transcendent cultural figures. Of the twentieth, century is dead the family of the Queen of soul Aretha Franklin confirmed, that she died today at the
Is oil consolidation the next big thing?
"Service of. First Mark credit union, Ed, Corry joins, us live at the Bloomberg news desk Well. The Dow fell yesterday charity trying to make all that back today the Dow futures are up two hundred twelve points as. In p futures are up fourteen overseas stocks in Asia were. Down just a fraction but they're rising in London right now up, more than half a percent oil prices up eighteen cents at sixty five nineteen a barrel speaking of oil a wave of industry consolidation could. Be the next big thing in the Permian basin the most productive shale region in the country pressure
"ray stagich" Discussed on 710 WOR
"With meteorologist Ray Stagich on the Weather Channel with. Rain in the forecast again I tell you I have shut off my sprinkling system for my I. Don't need it I can't remember. I mean obviously different climate job I can't. Remember the last time I had mine on it's been soggy in the eastern third of the nation and for the month Moore above average at central park one seven, two inches. And we'll end up above average for the month since June first month to date three point zero two inches excuse me I thought we'd gotten a lot more rain than that so we're over three inches above. Average for the month and, we're going to stay at, three point zero two because we're not gonna get any rain today so if you think it's been a wet month Joe. You nailed it seven point four or five inches oh my. Gosh that's a central park so some got more we all know that just a point in one rain gauge that gives you a general idea for the year thirty three point zero five inches a. Precept, that's a liquid, equivalent if there was any snow since January first Melted equivalent so. It's been a wet year so far and more rain in the, forecast today seats amid high level clouds come in. This morning and they're going to filter the sunshine which comes up while. We're talking about numbers. Why not sun. Comes up, officially a five fifty. One but started right up already and we'll see some. Milky sunshine into the afternoon we do stay dry air we get into the low, maybe middle eighties in some spots, but, most of, us are hover right around eighty degrees that as we go through tonight our next. Change will start, coming in. After midnight. Into early tomorrow morning so tomorrow morning's commute for some. Of us with scattered showers and thunderstorms around maybe a, little bit slower low seventies so warm humid overnight then warm humid tomorrow rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Even into the afternoon they'll become more likely eighty, four, degrees and so we may, get some tropical downpours. At some of, these storms that does. Look like tomorrow will be the best opportunity for rain although there will be some hours where we don't have any rainfall and then Thursday Friday will be, two different days but. Those two days will be similar because we'll have a shower thunder Storm threat later in the day in the evening hours both. Days so you may squeak out no sixty seventy five percent of the day with no rain warm humid highs will be in the. Mid to upper eighties at least a some scattered showers, over the weekend Joe maybe a few thunderstorms today's Tuesday so plenty of time. To modify the weekend forecast. But over the next four, days for the rest of this, week through Friday tomorrow the best opportunity for rain late day stuff on Thursday and Friday, very good meteorologist Ray Stagich with our forecast thank you it's five thirty. Four a gruesome discovery in queens four people dead including a five year old child the result of what. Appears to, be a murder-suicide heroin, seen outside a queens, apartment on thirtieth drive in twenty third street around, eight thirty last night accomplice coming down. The wrong.
"ray stagich" Discussed on WJR 760
"And weather first on the fives From the JR weather center we don't have. Much in the forecast in terms of? Rainfall next couple of days isolated showers thunderstorms today as we are continuing to cloud over about eighty degrees overnight, tonight maybe, shower, thunderstorm sixty six so I changed thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon seventy eight from the Weather. Channel I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich on news talk seven sixty WJR I, wanna talk to you for a moment about the great vacation we've. Got coming up next year. We've been we've been discussing it for, about two weeks now the aisles the open the best put on by. Cruise. And tour our first annual, Frank Beckmann vacation and it's a year away will be touring. Ireland Scotland England on, the odds of our journey which is a five star luxury cruiser that we're gonna just love it's it's a boutique. Ship it's five star quality as I said and the great thing. Is it's not stuffy like no sportcoats are ties okay Men women couples everyone's going to enjoy this because it's going to be a trip that's. All kinds of. Fun but here's. The problem we've been saying it's close to a sell out we now. Have two suites for many that's. It when they're gone they're gone. There's a waiting list you can get. On that but to, suites remain we're going to see the final round of the one hundred forty eight th British Open, in, Ireland but basically we're going. To have a great time. Over there all getting, to know each other and you can get Gulf package with me or you can just do. The sightseeing with me for the. Rest of, the trip it's for everybody five star quality. All, the details, handled by, the pros at cruise and.
Someone just destroyed Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a pickaxe
"I don't want, a they want markets, still while criticizing. The policy most GOP members refrained from. Criticizing President Trump directly not so Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer who accuses the president of going to extremes with policies. And rhetoric but also needing to satisfy his ego he creates a massive problem and then he's forced to hastily contrive. Away to make it look like he's saving the day Bob Costantini Washington someone. Took, a pick ax so. The president star on the Hollywood walk of fame again it was two. Years ago when a man took a pick and a sledgehammer to then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's star received three. Years probation a fine and community service another man now has been arrested for an, early, morning attack on Trump's star again with a pickaxe Twenty-four-year-old Austin Klay, allegedly destroyed the star called police about it but was gone by. The time police arrived who reportedly turned himself in later he's been booked on felony vandalism Jim. Roope Los Angeles, checking your money the Dow is, down twenty one points the s&p five Hundred, up eleven the. NASDAQ up fifty three WMA Al traffic. And weather next Name The Washington Baltimore, area Leicester's showers and thunderstorms west, flash flood watches in effect through late tomorrow, night be weather aware with Washington's most accurate forecast some of these storms. Pack a punch with wind, hail heavy rains ahead of the storm with the Weather. Channel I'm Jeff marr meteorologist Ray. Stagich I'm meteorologist Washington's mall w. m. a. l. finding great candidates to hire can be, like, well trying to find a needle in a. Haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job, board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes, along which is why you should try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter dot. Com slash. Free ZipRecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding. You it finds them for. You it's powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites them to apply to your. Job so while other companies might deliver a lot, of, hey ZipRecruiter finds you what you're looking for the needle in the haystack eighty percent of Employers, who post jobs on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within. The first. Day it's the smartest way to.
Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified
"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.
Twelve Hundred W and Seventy Eight Degrees discussed on Charlie Parker
"A couple of degrees over the upcoming weekend little cloud otherwise clear this morning sunny this afternoon ninetyfive tonight seventy five an easy one at least for me for the weekend sunshine a few clouds highs in the mid to upper nineties no rain in the forecast through most of next week i'm meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w away cloudy skies seventy eight degrees get a move on it's eight oh one at newsradio twelve hundred w away i london newspaper paper calls at the end of diplomacy president trump met with british prime minister theresa may while at the same time criticizing her government be many visits to england by american presidents down the years but never one quite like this protest is launching a large balloon outside parliament's here depicting president trump as an orange angry baby the president holding talks with british prime minister theresa may and dr relationship very strong but he's also an interview here to the sun newspaper criticizing maze approach to brexit but it will definitely affect trade with the united states unfortunately in a negative way and he talked up one of may's rivals as a potential prime minister the president told the sun that he tried to tell me how best to handle the exit from the european union but she wouldn't listen the two are holding a joint news conference right now controversial fbi agent peter struck vigorously defended himself in the bureau in a fiery face off with house republicans over accu that is antitrump text messages exchanged with an fbi lawyer proves bias and the agency suggestion that i in some dark chamber somewhere in the fbi would somehow cast aside all of these procedures all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is a stunning to me it's simply couldn't happen and the proposition that that is going on that it might occur anywhere in the fbi deeply corrodes what the fbi is an american society defectiveness of their mission and it is deeply destructive at one point republicans threatened struck with contempt for initially refusing to answer questions on the russia probe meantime former fbi lawyer lisa page is set to testify today in a closed door session with gop leaders the us military says an american service member was killed in afghanistan the special operations soldier was killed thursday in eastern afghanistan following a predawn raid this is the second american death in afghanistan and a week on saturday a us army corporal was killed when an afghan soldier opened fire on american soldiers so how will president trump's tariff taxes affects you maggie addison of texas based k l z stone supplies says if you have a courts kitchen countertop it came from china and the terrorists will push up the cost a lot you obviously still have things like granite being done cut to size in china and and that's probably going to be pushed even harder now that the court is not going to be possible option she says there aren't any other suppliers of courts and operation right now she says other options may emerge but they will take time and definitely be more expensive police say woman in her twenties is in very critical condition after she and her boyfriend hit a pothole on broadway near the pearl she fell off a scooter and hit her head scooters have taken over downtown recently they're not regulated or even approved by city government they're sitting around downtown anybody who's registered can pick one up right at where they want and then leave it the defense health agencies releasing a series of free apps help veterans and active duty military deal personally.
Collins would oppose Supreme Court pick with Roe v. Wade 'hostility'
"The first morning news seventeen w o r five oh five eighty one degrees already as you just heard stage i talk about the high will be in the mid nineties today and this will be the fourth straight day with the highs in the nineties including yesterday when it felt like it was close to one hundred new yorkers gathering at public swimming pools the city in order to try to cool off swimming yeah i think he's perfect today to go to the book of the really high fifty burning up i love to have a no one contest stan i like doing that as well another ninety degree day coming up tomorrow and then temperatures as we heard from ray stagich will start to slip into the upper eighties for the rest of the week president trump is predicting a vicious fight over his supreme court nominee he'll make an announcement about his choice a week from today saying he's still interviewing finalists trump was asked by maria bard aroma the fox business channel if the stance on roe versus wade was a dealbreaker are you going to ask your nominees beforehand how they might vote on roe versus wade well that's a big one and probably not they're all saying don't do that you don't do that you shouldn't do that but during the campaign trump promised to overturn roe v wade and all the justices on his list are opposed to abortion republican senator susan collins tells abc's this week that could cost the nominee her vote candidate for this important physician who would overturn roe v wade would not be acceptable to me because that would indicate and activists agenda that i don't want to see a judge have collins says there are people on trump's list that she would not support meanwhile president trump has a warning for us allies in trade negotiations here's correspondent chuck silverstein president trump says he won't finalize any north american free trade agreement renewal before the november midterm elections phillies going to be fine and the reason is because if they're not fine i'm going to tax their cars coming into america and warning protesters of his policies i hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy they better just take it easy adding with nothing specific says probably never been a base in the history of politics in this country like my base i hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy on fox business channel chuck sivertsen abc news alexandria cossio cortes who upset congressman joe crowley in a democratic primary says other incumbents could be vulnerable she spoke to nbc's meet the press well i think that there are a lot of districts in this country that are like new york fourteen with that have changed a lot in the last twenty years in his representation has not and it's not to say whether someone should be voted out or voted in but i think it definitely speaks to perhaps us evolving in our messaging and at least how we do things so i think that you know i do think that there are a lot of districts in america that are like new york fourteen gorgeous her district has changed a lot in the reason years and she says crowley didn't spend enough time in the community listening to constituents there's outrage in brooklyn over the police response to a deadly shooting saturday in bushwick a woman who called nine one one to report the shooting onto kanter avenue says two officers responded to the scene but then didn't get out of their car the shooting victim fortythreeyearold robert fazon died in the shooting two officers have now been suspended while the nypd investigates the brother of john says they should be fired the memorial continues to the bronx for a teenager brutally killed in a machete attack by gang members w o r sue guzman the march and vigil was held last night for the sandra junior guzman felice from the bodega where he was slain to the site of the new mural created in his honor justice junior's mother leandra felise says her son will never be forgotten the mural was created by artists chris pirate who organize the march dubbed stand with junior gustaf was killed by members of their trinitaria gang in what police say was a case of mistaken identity i'm sue guzman for seven ten w o r new jersey governor phil murphy has officially signed a new state budget the.
"ray stagich" Discussed on WJR 760
"Clark wjr traffic first on the five from the wjr weather to get us into a little heat up by the tail end of the weekend no problems today a few clouds around eightythree i want to get to the eighty nine tomorrow with a few clouds around it sunday where it's gonna start getting real hot clouds and sun mid nineties rather weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr sixty five degrees with sunshine right now eight forty seven thirteen before nine we've referred to this wonderful great lakes center for the arts from groundbreaking on july second twenty sixteen to the opening night soon to come here in the summer of two thousand eighteen and certainly for generations to come the great lakes center for the arts will be a cultural and social hub in northern michigan we're excited about it we are supportive of it and that is why we're welcoming jill and o'neill the executive director of this wonderful center for the arts it's all resting on your shoulders now you realize that i just realized the pressure it hasn't even opened yet and look at the pressure that you're under good morning fabulous under pressure i had a wonderful team a wonderful board and team is supporters that have gotten us to our grand opening and the building is looking gorgeous inside and out and we are ready to welcome all of michigan and beyond to our state of the art venue i love to see first of all i love seeing person i've seen it online a million times somehow i got on the stream and i'm glad i am delighted we did it's state of the art advanced acoustical design and really this may sound funny to some people but truly an intimate five hundred seat theater it is it's going to be a very unique enjoyable experience for both the patrons and the artists to have such a large stage to present opportunities such as the detroit symphony and the interlock and festival choir there will be a hundred and sixty youth singers on our stage with the dso but yet with this intimate five hundred seat venue there really is every seat is wonderful.
First guilty plea in Penn State frat death
"Year on the horrific grenfell apartment block fire still haunts britain more from correspondent tom rivers survivors and bereaved families here are marking the first anime three of the fire that destroyed a residential high rise in west london killing seventy two the memories painful infotel turned our lives upside down but we are doers i mean we have to live with trauma and and trying to keep strong bring back memories we saw for scheming and show in in every kind of blind rich it was the greatest loss of life in a fire on british soil since world war two the demand for answers goes on tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk of first guilty plea among the more than two dozen students accused in the death of penn state fraternity pledge tim piazza last year correspondent markle remmel argh reports twenty one year old ryan burke pleading guilty to four counts of hazing and five counts of alcohol violations stemming from a two thousand seventeen hazing incident at the now defunct beta theta pi fraternity that left nineteen year old timothy piazza dead a statement from the commonwealth's attorney general's office says burke admitted to his role in a gauntlet of drinking games and following that prosecutors say he walked around with a bottle of vodka and gave drinks to underage pledges including piazza burke will be sentenced on july thirty first mark remillard abc news it's time for your weather with ray stagich i'm excited because it's going to be good news he's bringing us it may even last through the weekend ray much better weather now settling anna was four hundred seven inch of rain yesterday seventy eight degrees and that didn't happen until yesterday evening now will continue to see the mild weather in already mild this morning some of us are actually hovering around seventy degrees mostly sunny later in a comfortable eighty four tonight clear sixty to fifty suburbs a few clouds around on friday just slightly cooler seventy six saturday plenty of sunshine eightyfive sunday a mix of clouds and sunshine eighty six maybe into the mid nineties by monday i'm meteorologist ray stagich a weather channel seven ten w mark simone if you look at the president's schedule a meeting with the cabinet meeting with these agriculture kim kardashian was there to talk about prison reform mr new york mark simone these always a headline ahead to deal noon seven ten.
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"Taper off the showers had to get into the afternoon cloudy with showers highs mid upper fifties overnight tonight down near a colder forty degrees on tuesday clouds in the morning we'll continue to increase any sunshine of the early day low fifties i'm meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel and w currently in our nation's capital sixty one degrees at six twenty seven on wfan it was the first time you met donald trump what was your impression impressively quaffed hair looks to be all his i confess i stared at it pretty closely and my reaction was time in the morning long as it always is he looked finally orange up close with small white half moons under his eyes which i soon we're from tanning goggles look at that wanted poster ready to get a sketch artist in there because james comey knows every scintillating detail donald trump's body show great observer he is of humidity he can give a very good police officer very good lawn he makes a small observations james comey saw more of donald trump than stormy daniels it was amazing you know it's it's kind of wild because this is an interview again in which we only got about i guess forty minutes of james comey speaking probably a lot less than that guessing half an hour in an hourlong special and they chose that the half moons under his eyes and his tie was too long and his hair was real that wasn't in the televised portion of what we saw last night shot that they put left out on the cutting room floor the details of that coming up i'll be sharing that.
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"Coming up in ten minutes on seven ten w o r almost after five o'clock we'll check that weather in just a moment of chinese space station has come crashing down to earth falling over a thinly populated area of the south pacific astrophysicist brad tucker says about ninety percent of it burned up on reentry so we're still talking about hundreds kilograms worth the debris landing in the ocean and landing on the earth over a thousand square kilometer pat station entered the atmosphere at seventeen thousand miles an hour caused some concern over the weekend experts admitting they had no idea where would crash but it all fell in the water to new york city cops help deliver a baby on easter officer vincent ching and his partner responded to a parked car on east ninety second street and first avenue they were waved down by the woman's husband where the first one that responsive safe and it was very uplifting as police officers we'd all we don't normally you know handle these kinds of situations and it feels great to help directly bring a new life into this world yeah that's good news mom and baby are doing well now sad news this morning the last of the victims from a series of bombings in austin texas last month has been laid to rest let's get the latest on that and correspondent jim ryan in central texas seventeen year old trailing mason was considered a prodigy who performed and composed music and he was one of four people killed by bombs built and placed by twentythreeyearold mark conduct in a crime spree that police chief brian manley initially said did not meet the formal definition of domestic terrorism we look specifically to the ideological reasons that still does not exist but now after looking at how the community was affected manley says he's comfortable in calling condit a terrorist jim ryan abc news in central texas now five fourteen here on this monday morning gotta deal with snow let's get the details from meteorologist ray stagich at the weather channel ray winter weather advisory on this monday morning april second snow coming in at a quick burst of snow moderate snow.
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"And weather first on the fives from that got you jr weather center clouds already thickening up now scattered snow showers mid day into the afternoon no accumulation expected especially on the roadways thirty nine scattered snow showers early tonight twenty six the overnight low tuesday some snow showers in the afternoon a high of only thirty six will north west breeze from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr on wall street the nasdaq is having a good day but the dow is down a hubbard points i'm dick haefner wjr news more news at eleven thirty or whenever news breaks vaw go on earth among the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr since june thank you i won't come back into the frank beckmann show final hour for this monday and there we kick it off by welcoming into the programme book publisher the head of regan arts she was at harpercollins when she did uh this interview that uh that raves such a stirred outrage that the outrage at the time uh with o j simpson uh back in two thousand seven a judas regan uh it it was all played last night as part of this uh fox special oj simpson the loss confession question mark and i've got to tell ya in listening to the remarks of the man you interviewed i can only imagine the chills it went up and down your spine when you're sitting across from him absolutely i've actually traumatized by sitting there listening to him uh his hatred and um uh i it really disturbed me on when i watched the tapes again for the first time in eleven years i suffered that trauma all over again well when when talking about introduces a new characters the night of the murders is charlie this new friend of his that he just recently uh mapped and how charlie came over and and told him that there was something that he needed to check out at the cult's house you won't believe what's going on over there and and his reaction was how whatever as it's gotta stop that i mean are you kidding me killing yet gelling right i mean i i don't believe there is a trial a i think a.
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"Prosecution's star witness as a restaurant owner who allegedly bribed elected officials in exchange for government loans governor cuomo will tour nightshift housing today announcing his state of emergency but the public housing system which is dealing with mold lead paint and many heat lists apart bench over the weekend he blamed mayor blah blah's jio for the problems at nature of mayor de blasio conveniently will be out of town today as the governor of makes that appears governor facing criticism himself after last week's big snowstorm governor yesterday stein step the criticism about why he wasn't seen more in westchester county i have been all over this date and again since i live here this is the place that i spend the most time there governor pointed out that he does live in westchester county so he just had to look outside his front door to see the damage and speaking of the snow yes we could get a little bit more or less get the latest on the storm and our weather for this monday morning from meteorologist ray stagich of the weather channel ray more snow in the forecast however attract that should be further off to the east in it should give us smith maybe a couple of slushie inches of snow fall winter weather advisories will kick in in their mainly four tomorrow increasing clouds high forty three rain early tonight the snow overnight temperatures in the low to mid thirty's up near forty or just above tomorrow scattered snow showers around i think total snow accumulations in and around the city about one two three inches maybe a little bit more off toward the east from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on 710 wor this.
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"And weather first on the fives from that kelly you jr weather center that will continue to crank out some flurry snow showers won't be much cumulation somebody maybe crank isn't the best word gusty winds and 35 this afternoon tonight flurries snow showers 26 tomorrow thirty 37 any sunshine will be in the morning cloudy in the afternoon from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr the s p 500 is up three points the us special counsel investigating possible russian meddling in the election robert muller and his investigation reportedly have gathered some evidence and information that a secret meeting and the seychelles islands off the coast of africa last year was on attempt according to the post story to set up a back channel between the incoming trump administration and the kremlin a report in the washington post alleges the founder of the military contractor company black water eric prince a trump ally discussed future usrussia relations at that meeting congressman adam schiff is the top democrat on the house intelligence committee and he is an avowed trump enemy he says the report in the post offers information that the committee has not seen different version of events in the sense that this seychelles meeting was part of an effort to establish a back channel to russia that the meeting that aired prints have with the russian banker was not happenstance is obviously at odds with what we heard in the testimony before the house intelligence committee eric princes a former navy seal on air to a west michigan auto supply fortune and the brother of betsy devos i'm dick haefner wjr news more news of 12 or whenever news breaks.
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"Center editors and the '30s the saturday and rain mixing with snow changing over to snow later maybe three to five inches of snow fall that's gotta slicking up streets and gusty winds around winter weather advisory one this afternoon through four am tomorrow morning for a couple more inches of snow possible tonight with gusty winds 28 but the weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr though frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr that's an interesting question one of our listeners called in during the break we're with attorney general bill schutte the republican candidate for governor as well a listener called in and said if what happened in florida had happened here in michigan where the guy going into a school with a gun what he'd been stocked here what he was is is there even away way to answer that a say that again fraser if if if the same circumstances had occurred the the guy in florida a cruise walked into a school with a gun in michigan would would he had been stopped here well you had hoped show and i am make sure it uh issued a great statement after uh uh the the florida park park land a tragedy were bushehr reaffirmed the responsibilities of nes is sheriff in a such as formal dining also is deputies and how you you go into the building affairs are probably don't sit outside and it all right that's why i think we need to really work on this uh security in schools and ah you know governor scott's outlined some interesting approaches as well but it all this.
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"Night i'm i'm going to land on wjr traffic first on the fives from the wjr weather center continuing to see the rain developed flood watch noon today until wednesday afternoon occasional rain it is today half inch of rain fifty two on a south breeze more rain tonight will stay in the fifties periods of rain near record warmth tomorrow highs in the low 60s with a gusty breeze hello weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on newstalk seven sixty wjr the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for frank here's guy gordon there has been a lot of the news pieces about the fact that that some had owners are gaming the emotional support animal system to get their pets to fly for free i don't know if that was this ladies aim but she certainly wasn't being by the rules she disrupted the flight and and when they called her out on it the the you know they said to her y you lie to it you said that you were going to abide by the rules and then because ballistic and for those who the didn't hear the beginning of the discussion there was a crying baby on the flight as we pushback from the date and see states have been streams my dog isn't a problem that pain he has a bigger problem well yes but the babies a human are supposed to be on the plane dogs only by virtue of our tolerance in our in our compassion for people that do need some help because they have problems flying but has this gone too far barbara's and clinton township have you dealt with his barb i am not dealt with it i mean i have taken on my cat on and nobody's even known until toys were getting ready to get off and all of a sudden should weeks of the usually have given are a little bit of a valium and then but in the news excuse me it's been recently um and the detroit news carried an article right after that about uh there's a leader that wanted to she's bringing or peacock on the.
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"In speed and mark mitchell wjr traffic and weather first on the fives from that cata huge aar weather center porsche thirty degrees this afternoon about where we went yesterday toe snow in the forecast so we won't add to that 52 plus inches we've had so far this winter mostly cloudy tonight we break up the clouds bit 22 tomorrow milder 42 with a mix of clouds and sunshine at a south west breeze from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on newstalk seven sixty wjr gershwin in paris the detroit simply these french festival continues on friday leonard slatkin leads an american in paris and will not insist display poulenc's effervescent double and on saturday and sunday san san's carnival of the animals laws often box french festival tickets start at only fifteen dollars visit the s o four or coal pre one three five seven six fifty one eleven today friday anam american in paris and more saturday and sunday carnival of the animals and can can just two more weeks of french favorites at orchestra hall with a detroit symphony orchestra one whistle while you work is that really the most engaged we can hope for at work we don't think so with workforce for solutions from kromah's europe evil can do so much more like go above and beyond for a customer improve the process or ring care to someone else while they work great businesses are powered by great people find them keep them and engage them with workforce solutions from cronos learn more at cronos dot com kronors workhorse innovation that works.
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"On the fives wjr weather center near thirty this afternoon a lot of cloud around will cease of pizza sunshine but mostly cloudy should be the dominant sky condition and then as we head on through today we'll be a little bit milder 22 degrees becoming partly cloudy tomorrow mix of clouds and sunshine up near forty two with the south west breeze from the weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr the rages say pizza sunshine i swear that's where i heard a mobile aren't did you hear that i did i swore he said pizza sunshine i've never had that before maybe you're just hungry frank now ahead of orange you this morning so griffey congressman john molnar from the fourth district which is rumoured pleasant cadillac es wassell that area uh kind enough to join us this morning we got the senate talking about two immigration and the and the dreamers we've got the the budget the got past and a lot of complaints that to great lakes flattening is he is being cut and that i've got a ton of questions on great lakes funding first year how much is gonna be caught end and so what do you think the impact really is realistic impact weather the president puts a budget proposal loud each year um uh president trump proposed cutting great lakes restoration initiative uh president obama proposed cutting great lakes restoration new initiative as well uh it's currently funded at three hundred million and those dollars go after per acting our great lakes from invasive species restoring habitat for fish and wildlife um it it's used for research grants that again protect our great lakes so it's important funding.
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"On the shoulder police are they're causing a little bit a slow this foul 210 59 abdel hamid am six thirty wmal weather channel forecast arctic high pressure now settles in that gives us very cold air this morning you factor in the wind that time to single digits above and below zero early closely sunny only 27th this afternoon the average height is forty four twenty tonight suburbs colder sunshines of clouds tomorrow a high of thirty seven degrees cloudy saturday midthirties meteorologist ray stagich from the weather channel on wmal currently in our nation's capital team degrees at five twenty six on w m a al whereas the mind drawn four government employees with between their political beliefs and their ability to do their job or when their political beliefs crossed into their job let's go to mike in rockville mike good morning i'm mornings on the ma happy new year make under your to calm the definition of swedish and opposition to or insurrection against waffle authorities one are we going to start using our because that's all the media's doing that's all the democrats are doing that's lawful authority that they're that they're resisting and most assad democrats doing in new york is sedition look i use that word before and i get push back on all the time but all medical yeah i'm with you i agree i think that you have to look at the context of some of these actions and again is that in the context of making progress that merit mentioned the daca thing the united way beyond poor you know uh legitimate discourse like what these people are doing again i think within the context of the suits is there some sort of a tangible outcome you can see or is it just frivolous meant to be a thorn in some one side is far as as far as an thank you so much maikganj enjoy your near eighty as far as the immigration thing stuff goes as far as doc and that they believe that that's up to the federal government to enforce it they don't have to comply with the law because it's a federal government lines it to the federal government to enforce not on the state and local level with us the issue i mean you cannot be selective in this issue either you you enforce the laws fairly.
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"Dot com i'm dana clark wjr traffic first on the fives from that kevin uga jr weather center at widespread precipitation but a few showers around coming off of lake michigan believe it or not with colder air coming in this morning when you times today forty seven degrees most of the showers ending as we get through the afternoon and this evening might even be a wet snow flake story sleep tell him extend this morning some class that i gun 35 from the weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr and we're looking at thirty nine degrees now we've dropped to a degree thirty nine degrees and this is about what it's going to be tonight with the trick or trading no rain in the forecast thankfully but it's going to be chilly so you uh you are forewarned and please be careful with the kids even m e s p is offering some some ideas for halloween safety costumes make sure costumes or the right size do not hinder movement to prevent trips and falls masks can obstructed child's vision try nontoxic face painted make up whenever possible instead of a mask a decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape or stickers have kids used blow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers stick to welded neighborhoods with lights sowa younger children should always be accompanied by an adult if kids are mature enough to be out without supervision remind them to stick to familiar areas and trick or treat in groups only go to house is where the porch light on a never never never enter a home or car even if invited with the.
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"Weather center poor temperatures now settling in behind a cold front row makes sense right it in only in the midseventies a north breeze around maybe isolated shower thunderstorm after a partly cloudy start some clouds tonight fifty four late day clouds late day showers storm tomorrow only sixty seven but the weather channel i'm ray stagich newstalk seven sixty wjr still sixty one degrees it's not really i want to sit snap beautiful out because it's always a beautiful morning but to it's a little greyish a little greyish with sixty one degrees right now at seven seventeen to put a smile on our face doug rothwell is here the president and ceo of business leaders of michigan the always positive guy with positive news just to what he called out he yeah why why not right right if i was i was worried it was too much pressure on your shoulders on a monday morning that i think you can handle it dug up to it all right how did you were feel the mac and all policy conference whether detroit regional chamber macropolicy conference wet i i you know i always think add to these kopke you're getting better each year our and and you know we that i wanted a goal the car the try every store or civility enough political conversation but you know i think that that the the topranking sell all of you it's really an extra citing keleti and bigots of great ethnic they were able to do something like that in michigan i think you're absolutely right and i salute sandy buruah and his entire team and it is a team of very hard working people that do a great.
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"Weather center hours down where south this morning and most of them stay there through the day clouds giving way to a partly cloudy day with a passing shower thunderstorm a windy at times especially this afternoon seventy three a passing shower thunderstorm tonight fifty three slight chance of showers tomorrow near seventy still quite breezy from the weather channel i'm ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr and we're stuck it to fifty six that that that that's that's a bad thing fifty six degrees with lots of sunshine right now if you are also headed to the island like an ira little later a high of fifty seven on mac and i'll and today tomorrow some rain a high of fifty four low forty five clouds and sun thursday high of sixty one low of fifty sunny friday with a high of sixty one a low of forty seven again we at fifty six degrees right here right now on the paul w smith show on w j r we go to our wjr national correspondent bob costantini who is in the happening place to be washington dc you know what bob whatever you're supposed to take your wife to dinner and i saw that you were working yesterday oh yeah laura so you did not get where morial day off we have little cookout saturday with the family members and we're putting in the back door co co founded by the way uh you're going to and ireland or the rest of the nation call it and acquiesce on that myself it's a lovely place i've learned now wait you learn to say mcenore but have you been to the island now oh.