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"richard grey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Hub for all things sports with the Xfinity SportsZone. We continue on Rocky's on deck, the home opener, the Rockies and the Padres at Coors Field. John Gray will get the call against Garrett Richards Gray pitch Saturday at Texas. He went for 2/3 innings, gave up a run on three hits. With three walks and three strikeouts. He ran into a little trouble in the fifth in a tight game, a two nothing Rocky's lead, but overall, he pitched well. John, mixing speeds pretty well right now gives his fastball. He's not always locating it, where he wants good sliders swing and a Miss Frazier down on strikes. John Grey with a 123 2nd next offering called Strike Three. On the Outside corner is Guzman took a couple of steps to first. He will have to make his way to the dugout. Second strikeout for John Gray. This one looking Rocky's take two of three from the Rangers home tonight with a foreign one record, the Padres or five and two, It's the Rockies home opener. Rocky's on debt continues in a moment on the K O Iraqis Radio network. Heavy traffic through downtown right now and getting out of town. Westbound I 70 jammed up because of a right lane crash at Kipling. It's also backing up that westbound I 76 drive just trying to get onto I 70 there in Wadsworth, Your 93 drivers heavy South bound from 72 into golden lot of traffic on that I 70 drive from Evergreen heading West and 25 he's loaded up after Conifer. This. Rocky's traffic update to sponsor by Colorado Farm Bureau insurance. I'm John Morrissey on cable news radio. I'm so sick of frozen pizza. I really need to get better at cooking. As this pandemic continues. My mom used to make the best chicken dishes..
"richard grey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It'll be sunny today and rain free third weekend with temperatures as high as 1 16 to 1 17 on Thursday and Friday on ABC 15. Meteorologist Iris Pharmacia at 6 30 Ford is 89 degrees in Tempe, Theeighty a our eyes on him. Gration. Phoenix has cares Act money to help residents with rent mortgage and utilities. But immigration rights activists accused the city of qualifying immigrants for the money based on a federal law that doesn't apply. Attorney Alan Katz wonders how many may have missed out. It would be unusual for someone to apply for these funds if they knew they weren't eligible for them. In her lawsuit for Poder inaction and other groups, Cats argues that cares Act has few restrictions anyway, and none based on immigration status. The city won't comment on pending litigation. Frustrating and upsetting is how one Valley dreamer describes the recent changes to the DACA program that protects young immigrants from deportation. The Trump Administration will not accept new applications for Dhaka and those currently in the program can renew their status for one year instead of two fuels their regardless of whatever happens, this administration, for some reason has really our against the recipient's against undocumented use, and it was like it doesn't stop. Patina is a doctor recipient living in Gilbert. He says. Those changes come after A federal judge ruled earlier this month that DACA should be restored to its original form following a recent U. S Supreme Court decision. I'm sure the challenges that come out of this business with a couple attorneys were thinking about it, so this is probably gonna go to the courts again. Gristle the city No Katie Air News. More than 24,000 DACA recipients live in Arizona, The Hampton in Phoenix airport North Confirms it will no longer allow a government contractor to use the hotel, the hold migrants. Parent company Remington Hotel, says the property was not aware of the rooms could be were being used to house migrants in U. S custody. U. S News and World Report is ranked the Mayo Clinic Hospital number one in Arizona and 16th nationally. The Mayo Clinic's doctor Richard Grey knows why. The reason that we have been the number one hospital in Arizona for eight years in a row and on the national honor roll for four years in a row is because we rank so highly in so many areas. Those areas include cancer treatment, cardiology and heart surgery. Among others. Dr. Grey also credits the staff's commitment to patient care. Arizona votes well, if you haven't set in your early ballot, yet, today is the last day to drop it in the mail and having arrived in time to be counted. Secretary of state Katie Hobbs says You can also put it a ballot drop box until seven PM on election day, August 4th. Most of the county's happy's their stand alone. They kind of look like the library return boxes. If you've ever used those they are secure a secure as putting your ballot in the mail. You can also drop your ballot off at any early voting location. You can get locations at Maricopa dot vote. Katya. Oh, By the way, we are keeping an eye on this train fires on the railroad tracks that go across the Tempe town like on there's a partial bridge collapse. They're not over the water, though it is over land, but it looks like the train is derailing. I'm looking at chopper pictures now. The train is derailed and fallen through that portion of the bridge looks seconds on the south side of Tempe town. Like so we are definitely keeping an eye on that for you, Katie. Our news time is 6 37 and one of the people keep an eye on that, for you is deterred. And in the Valley Chevy dealers traffic center of what you were sent earlier. You've seen all types of fires, and now add train fire to that. We had a couple of different fires this morning that we're off the normal pattern there, and that is definitely a big one. And I use that term curiosity factor all the time, and that has a variety of different meanings. In this case, there is so much smoke that it's coming from that area. I just heard from the guy that actually gave me a picture of initially when he first office, he just saw the smoke from 83rd Avenue and Buckeye. That's how thick it is. And the smoke's actually going the other way from Tempe from their near university in mill just west of that location. If you're looking for a through road that area stiff with Broadway, if you're going to be traveling through the area as tough as it may be, Keep those eyes on the road. In spite of all that curiosity activity you're dealing with there. That's the biggest snag in traffic, however, stop found 17 flowing Bethany Home Road to Indian School Crash reported South Bonnet Camelback. This travel before brought to you by with one mortgage team. Increased property values mean you might be able to find the drop your mortgage insurance as the loan mortgage team, you can start saving hundreds of dollars every month. Call 63 875 99 40 today. George and Katie are news. With an excessive heat warning through Saturday. We are going to see some heating up here in the Valley, 1 14 the high Today was sunny skies 1 16 tomorrow and 1 17 predicted for Friday and overnight lows. They're going to hover around 90 maybe even a little warmer that in parts of the valley, so that's why I get that excessive heat warning, the daytime temperature, super high and the nighttime lows. Also super high your weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace a repair call Howard Air From the way our business center. Let's get right to the online trading Academy opening Bell and see how Wall Street's is starting out the day. Not too bad. Actually, the Dow is only up a little bit about 10 points. But the S and P is seeing about 1/2 a percent gain, as is the NASDAQ, actually a NASDAQ approaching a 1% game. S a P F 14. The NASDAQ up 89. For more money news, visit the Business Center at T a r dot com. Of course, in regards to business. We're talking a lot about unemployment here in Arizona, also evictions and how this could have an effect on homelessness.
"richard grey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The city won't comment on pending litigation. Peter Seymour Katie our news, taking a defiant stance after the U. S. Supreme Court refused to allow Dr to be completely scrapped. The White House now says it'll reject new applications and shortened renewal periods for the program that shield some young people from deportation. One Valley dreamer says it's frustrating and upsetting fuels their regardless of whatever happens. This administration, for some reason has really our against the recipient's against undocumented used against dreamers, and it was like it doesn't stop. Jose Pitino is one of the 24,000 doctor recipients living in Arizona. The Hampton in Phoenix Airport. North confirms it's ending its deal with a government contractor that had been using the hotel toehold Migrants. Parent company Remington Hotel says the property wasn't aware that the rooms would be used to house migrants in U. S custody. U. S News and World Report is ranked the Valley Hospital, one of the top in the country. We're very excited to again be named by U. S. News and World Report as the number one hospital in Arizona as well as to be named to the national honor roll of the 20 best hospitals in the country. That's Dr Richard Grey with Mayo Clinic Hospital. This is the eighth time it's been ranked number one in Arizona and the fourth time it's made the best hospitals on a roll, Dr Grey says. It's all because they're doctors, nurses, technicians and others fied by our core. Value, which is the needs of patients come First Dominion News. Arizona votes If you haven't been in your early ballot, yet, today is the last day to drop it in the mail and have it arrive in time to be counted. Secretary of Take, Katie Hobbs says. You can also put it in a ballot Dropbox until seven PM on election Day, August 4th. Most of the county's happy's their stand alone. They kind of look like the library return boxes. If you've ever used those they are secure a secure as putting your ballot in the male can also drop your ballot. Often any early voting location. You can get locations at Maricopa dot vote. Arizona's.
"richard grey" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Named Richard Grinnell the acting director of national tele intelligence if confirmed by the Senate Cornell would become the first openly gay cabinet member in U. S. history but getting him confirmed could be a bit of a challenge Richard gray Nels been serving as the US ambassador to Germany now he'll replace Joseph McGuire who was acting national intelligence director since August the move puts a loyal trump ally in charge of the nation's seventeen spy agencies there are some who are criticizing the announcement they say this sensitive a job should go to someone with deep experience in intelligence and by naming Grinnell as acting director the president is able to side step a confirmation hearing in the Senate Jackie Quinn Washington Democrats in the Senate who are already arguing that Grinnell has no experience in the intelligence community Ford lady is number one in the nation but as usual when you hear about on this station it is not in a good way and this is no exception as John Montone reports from Fort Lee this morning John seems like it's always time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee home of the biggest backups in the USA where route four merges with interstate ninety five and forty six in eighty and all those local streets hi alone Gregory who drives for the venerable babes taxi tells me police tried to keep the flow going but it is his will people frustrated because they said you can leave a room for over eighty and then you get up to the if they have a toll booths when you get a beer give me the year you get in a lot of the you know of toll booths and the police is completely cut that area off then it's back around loop de loop trying somehow some way to reach the bridge John Montone ten ten wins in four twenty nine degrees clear skies were going up to thirty eight the accu weather real feel nineteen a man and a woman who got into an argument on a train platform a chamber street last night fifty four year old man who tried to intervene or was just standing in the wrong place at the wrong time time got knocked on to the tracks fortunately the a train was not coming at that moment bystanders helped him off the tracks and while the man what either bumped your shoved him got away he was at least save cops are looking for the guy now so they can determine whether this was an accident or if it was deliberate the victim suffered a cut to his head and he was taken to Bellevue the security guard who was murdered at the public library in Spring Valley apparently lost her life because she asked somebody to be quiet a tear filled remembrance from library administrators and her brothers remembering Sandra Wilson's stabbed to death inside the Finkelstein library library director laurel open we would like to thank the first responders.
"richard grey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Make sure I'm here because I believe that we must address the issue of crime involved in all of the second house district and councilman Johnson got a lukewarm reception just before the crowd erupted calling out the absence of mayor Jim Kenney and district attorney Larry Krasner by the way the matter was invited tonight but if the doctor Sam according to statistics provided by the district attorney's office incidence of violent crime in Philadelphia have gone down from two hundred ninety three to two hundred twenty five over the past five years charity Howard KYW news radio from politics in South Philadelphia to politics in Harrisburg he a Senate has approved moving up the presidential primary day more from our Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo Pennsylvania's presidential primaries held on the fourth Tuesday of April making it in many cases an after thought when it comes to deciding the party nominees for the nation's highest office now the state Senate has passed a bill that would starting four years from now set Pennsylvania's presidential primary election on the third Tuesday of March the bill's sponsor Republican John Gardner says that date would avoid any conflict with major party rules I believe the DNC for instance has a March fifteenth date were you would need their approval to go before this would be after March fifteenth and we would be on the same date as Florida in Illinois and Arizona corners bill would not change the primary dating non presidential election years the bill now goes to the state house for consideration in Harrisburg Tony Romeo okay what W. news radio it's twelve seventy in the art gallery at city hall just opened a brand new exhibit in that exhibit is dedicated to the souls buried at the baffled burying ground in society hill the story from our community affairs for Richard gray bezel burying ground a tribute to a sacred space honors the souls buried in the third of an acre of birth that the four hundred block of queen street they purchase property outside the city for the burial of half Americans because after NASA not allowed to be interred at election score after seventeen ninety four to who wins is a city hall exhibitions manager and says the exhibit provides historic details on Richard Allen at Bethel Amy church which purchased the property to provide a dignified burial for African Americans within five thousand were buried there between eighteen ten in eighteen sixty four half of been identified by his story and some are featured on the walls of the exhibit are a passing nine hundred twenty children between stillborn in two years of age so far identified parties also created church fans that tell the story of some who died there but this is just the beginning this fall we will be breaking ground Kelly runs the city's office of arts culture and creative economy is that the city's what could call playground we sits above the burying ground is getting a million dollar makeover project is for the memorial and the other changes that's going to happen the exhibit runs through March thirteenth Greg given up in Israel two people in critical condition this morning out in Los Angeles following a quick spreading fire that ripped through a highrise there yesterday the flames were billowing all through the upper levels and forcing residents to head to the roof for safety and buildings twenty five stories in some dramatic rescues as we hear now from Los Angeles fire department captain Kirk Spock we did have.
"richard grey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Snooze seat Louison gathered a show unity against violence after another shooting in a house of worship the latest attack at a California synagogue on Saturday. Here's Karen share of the Jewish Federation of Saint Louis place to come to feel connected to one another to share their sadness, and to share that they're voice that this is not okay that interfaith gathering held Sunday afternoon increased Korg Saint Louis businessman and public servant. Richard gray has died. The US navy veteran was the camel X radio sales manager who started his own sports talk radio station in nineteen Ninety-one. Mike Claiborne, considered him a mentor and friend clayborn says gray founded the St Louis eagles amateur basketball program headed fingerprints on a lot of kids. And I think the thing he'd be most proud of is fact lot of his kids have gone on to get the grease and insect sessile in their own forms. Efficiences well grown served as public safety director under mayor Francis slay Saint Louis cardinals pitcher, Alex Rae broke the pinky and his non throwing hand when he punched a wall in frustration after his last start for AAA Memphis. The twenty four year old right hander gave up three runs and three hits in two and two thirds innings during a six four win at Omaha Thursday night Ray made his big league debut and twenty sixteen he missed twenty seventeen while recuperating from Tommy John surgery. He made one appearance for Saint Louis last year in sports. It was the cardinals over the reds five two on Sunday. The cards on the road tomorrow, they play Washington gametime six oh five the blues in Dallas. They face the stars in game. Three of the second round Monday night at seven you can hear that game on why ninety eight and Cama Weck Stott.
"richard grey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"There is a lot to discuss. Actually last night was a really cool night. If you are a heat fan, I'm starting to get excited. However, that's not where I think we should lead off gentlemen, the hottest team in professional sports. The Miami Marlins. There was a World Series for spring training. Would we win it? There should be some sort of trophy for their training. No. But the Miami Marlins winners of eleven in a row. Yeah. But the the I don't they don't even have the best record in spring. They started out pretty bad. How bad what's their record right now? It's it's like they're like third or fourth. They're fourteen and ten so what is there to get excited about during this eleven win eleven game win streak is Lewis Brinson. So crushing the ball. They started three and ten K. But they figured it out their pitching's been good there peaking at the right time. Their pitching's been good. Yeah. Peaking a bit early. They're pitching has been good so far. Okay. Here's here's here's a fun fact. So the last I don't remember how many is a bad fact because I don't know the specifics, but the last like three or four seasons they've had like fourteen starting pitchers a year. So they have they've had thirteen or fourteen the last couple of seasons in terms of starting pitching. So that's a lot. Yeah. I mean, they have they have six guys that are okay. Which makes the start your heart your including Chen, and that's their no he's not in the city. The real quick. All right. Let's go through this. There is author. K Dr k Smith is that is that the no that's something as you would any as ES, right? Yeah. Starting opening day. Pablo? Lopez three good as you've been really excited airy good. Yes. Sandy, Al contra has been good for him in a trade Saint Louis. Yeah. They got that in the sooner. Yeah. Deal there. Trevor Richards wasn't gray hair. Cool. Okay. That's all right. I'm first learning about Trevor Richard right now. And I like that he has gray hair. Dr k okay Caleb Smith. We already counted him. No. We we started with I said. All right. So we'll start again was they ran. Yeah. Please do Dr k okay, he's to sandy L contra three three Pablo. Perez four, but potentially your ace one things get going, Trevor Richards, gray hair and come on Chen. Now, it's not shit home on danced. Really? Oh, straightly still around wasn't. He trade bait old trade bait. Straightly maybe the deadline. We'll see what happens. He's got value possibly. All. Right. I mean, he's look if they're going to trade someone I would assume they're going to trade him because they're not gonna trade Chen because the Cantrade him. No one's gonna take China more. The moorlands eat a lot. I mean, and and Sandy's young Pablo's young. I don't think they're gonna Pablo it's gonna make the rotation. Yes. I believe so there there is really really good chance that he's so good that they want to keep them in the minors, Vlad Guerrero, junior style. No because he pitched last year he's already called up last year. But he's been really good so far. All right. And who's exciting offensive player that we keep our eyes on Brinson. We're all excited about Brinson. I notice he's sitting one ninety nine always always average isn't great. He still has the haunt me. I think it's down to one ninety nine. I think I saw pastas. He hit him with more pop though lately, he hit a home run yesterday thing. Okay. So we got some ways anyone ninety nine. Let me let this and dish in battles and any surprise people making the team. I you have my word I will turn on opening day, and then in that ending and a half or whatever they have to hold my attention. It's up to them. But if they score five runs in this half ending that I want to get off to a better start than we did last year. He was a greatest. Lazett was greatest star at as possible. All right. So let's talk about last night's..
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"Gladys. Knight says she's proud to use her voice to unite and represent the country in her hometown of Atlanta. She adds that the NFL has recently announced a new social Justice program, and she's honored to be part of it in its inaugural year nights will sing the anthem before the Super Bowl and February third. Maroon five big BOI of Outkast and Travis Scott will do the halftime show. I'm Archie zaraleta? The nation's airports are feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown AP's, Matt small reports TSA officers air traffic controllers 'em safety inspectors seat. No end in sight as they continue to work without pay. Just days before a three-day holiday weekend. That's likely to bring bigger crowds the airports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in Dallas. What are we? PSA worker, Richard gray tells Katie FW TV that the Zeidan stress from working without pay or mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday, Matt small Washington. Now. Britain's parliament has approved a law that will make it illegal to covertly photograph under people's clothes. It carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison. The campaign to ban up skirting was led by a woman who discovered the practice wasn't an offense, and which has grown more common with the spread of small cell phone cameras. Gina Maltin chase down a man who had placed a phone between her legs and taken a picture while she was at a crowded music festival in London's Hyde Park in two thousand seventeen she tweeted Wednesday, we fought the law, and we won the low will take affect when it is approved by Queen. Elizabeth the second the formality known as Royal assent that is needed to complete the legislative process. AP radio news. I'm Rita Foley laid.
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"Tony quite one hundred percent of every purchase airports are feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown AP's, Matt small reports TSA officers air traffic, controllers them safety. Inspectors seed no end in sight as they continue to work without pay. Just days before three day holiday weekend. That's likely to bring bigger crowds that your ports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in Dallas. PSA worker Richard gray tells TDF TV citing stress from working without pay mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday, Matt small Washington. Scientists behind the world's largest atom smasher wants to build an even bigger one officials at certain the European organization for nuclear research, presented their study Fru future circular Kaleida, the multi-billion-euro one hundred kilometers succumb prince tunnel. Could start operating in twenty forty if it sitting next to the current twenty seven kilometer large Hadron collider near Geneva, which is perhaps best known for helping confirmed. The sub atomic Higgs Bozen in twenty twelve officials hope for decision by Stearns twenty two Member States within the next few years about the project. People around the globe need to change their diet. According to a new study AP's Jackie Quinn reports the need to limit their intake of red meat and switch to a more plant based diet, which is better for Cubans for the environment. Just one hamburger a week for eggs and seven servings of dairy the rest of the time people should be eating whole, grains, beans and vegetables, that's the recommendation from a panel of experts in nutrition agriculture and the environment who contributed to a report for the group eat, which is calling for a major food transformation by the year. Twenty fifty they say less meat will help improve people's health and the health of the planet by reducing greenhouse gases. That are linked to raising cattle. I'm Jacky Quin. The standoff goes on I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute, Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi for an overseas trip. I would agree with.
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"Nation's airports are feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown AP's, Matt small reports TSA officers air traffic, controllers AM safety. Inspectors seed no end in sight as they continue to work without pay. Just days before three day holiday weekend. That's likely to bring bigger crowds that your ports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in Dallas. TSA worker. Richard grey, Tulsky DFW TV Xining stress from working without pay mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday, Pat, small Washington. Scientists say the world's permafrost is getting warmer. The study published Wednesday found temperatures increasing by an average of no point three degrees celsius over a decade. Research is working on the global terrestrial network for pummel frost collected samples in the Arctic Antarctic and high mountain ranges of Europe and central Asia. They found the biggest rise in Siberia, where frozen soil temperatures rose by no point nine degrees celsius between two thousand seven and two thousand sixteen. Scientists say the increase is tracked global warming. Generally, they noted that flooring permafrost contains organic matter that can release greenhouse gases for the stoking climate change a finance ministry official says Sri Lanka's considering a three hundred million dollar loan offer from the Bank of China as it prepares to repay foreign debts. This year a foreign ministry spokesman says the governments appointed a three member committee to negotiate the deal and that the loans repayable in three years. Sri Lanka must repay five point nine billion in foreign loans. This year of which forty percents needs to be service during the first three months it paid back. One billion this week China considers Sri Lanka part of it's one belt one road initiative antennas heavily invested in infrastructure. The standoff goes on. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsmen at Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi for an overseas trip. I would agree with.
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"Just days before three holiday weekend, that's likely to bring bigger crowds the airports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport doubts. What do we know? ESE worker, Richard gray tells Katie FW TV citing stress from working without pay or mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday. That's small Washington. Now. Japan's economy is facing new risks because of its declining population, according to Bank of Japan governor, however, he co Kuroda he's told fellow financial leaders policies must be created to prevent the shrinking population from hindering economic growth Coronas flooded Japan's academy with cash through central Bank asset purchases since taking his post in two thousand thirteen to help fight deflation and keep the economy growing. He told the seminar that while conventional strategy of controlling short-term interest rates as well understood the unconventional methods. The Bank of Japan has adopted can have unexpected consequences crowd is one of the potential pitfalls could be banks used cheap credit to seek higher. Yielding high risk investments harmful to financial stability. The standoff goes on I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute, Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi foreign overseas trip, I would agree.
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"The airports are feeling the effects of the partial government shutdown AP's, Matt small reports TSA officers air traffic controllers 'em safety inspectors, no end in sight as they continue to work without pay. Just days before a three-day holiday weekend. That's likely to bring bigger crowds airports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in doubts. What are we? ESE worker, Richard gray tells key DFW TV Xining stress from working without pay mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday, Matt small Washington. Now automaker Nissan's announced hundreds of more layoffs in North America. Seven hundred contract workers will be cut it. It's canton, Mississippi assembly plant, citing slow sales for frontier. Pickup trucks vans. The factory currently staffed sixty four hundred employees and contractors. The move vows. Lease ends December announcement that's cutting thousand jobs at two Mexican factories speculation back in may was there would be a cut in production of about twenty percent because of low profits. The move also comes after the arrest in Japan of former chairman Carlos gone who led a production expansion in Nissan's largest market. However, the company says the cuts are unrelated to Jones troubles. Some jobs will also be cut by attrition at Nissan's engine factory and assured Tennessee, but the company says it's Smyrna. Tennessee factory will be unaffected. A finance ministry. Official says Sri Lanka's considering a three hundred million dollar loan offer from the Bank of China as it prepares to repay foreign debts. This year a foreign ministry spokesman says the governments appointed a three member committee to negotiate the deal and that the loans repayable in three years Sri Lanka must repay five point nine billion in foreign loans. This year of which forty percents needs to be service during the first three months it paid back. One billion this week China considers Sri Lanka part of. It's one belt one road initiative has heavily invested in infrastructure. AP radio news. I'm typic- wire. President Trump's response to house speaker Nancy Pelosi's call for.
"richard grey" Discussed on AP News
"Just days before three-day holiday weekend, that's likely to bring bigger crowds the airports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in Dallas. What are we not? Monday TSA worker, Richard gray tells TDF FW TV citing stress from working without pay or mounting already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday. That's small Washington. Now. People around the globe to change their diet. According to a new study AP's Jackie Quinn reports the need to limit their intake of red meat and switch to a more plant based diet, which is better for Cubans and for the environment. Just one hamburger a week for eggs and seven servings of dairy the rest of the time people should be eating whole, grains, beans and vegetables, that's the recommendation from a panel of experts in nutrition agriculture and the environment who contributed to a report for the group eat, which is calling for a major food transformation by the year. Twenty fifty they say less meat will help improve people's health and the health of the planet by reducing greenhouse gases. That are linked to raising cattle. I'm Jacky Quin. The president and the border. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. We need strong borders. We need strong barriers and walls speaking at the Pentagon about missile defense. President Trump also talked about his push for funding for border security, which has resulted in a partial government shutdown his goal, stop human hijacking. Stop drugs, stop gangs, stop criminals. That's what we're gonna do. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time for the president to end the partial shutdown on the wall is luxury the country can no longer afford to State Department is telling diplomats to get back to work saying it has found money to pay them despite the partial shutdown the house has voted overwhelmingly to maintain sanctions on three companies connected to a Russian oligarch. It's a protest of the Treasury Department's decision to lift the financial penalties..
"richard grey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hour from townhall dot com. I'm rich Thomasson. No response yet from President Trump to Nancy Pelosi's together that he put off delivering the state of the union speech, go after the partial government shutdown over shut down now in day twenty seven some furloughed federal workers venting. Their frustration at noisy demonstration. Just days before three day holiday weekend. That's likely to bring bigger crowds airports nationwide. Protests and rallies have been popping up like this one yesterday DFW airport in Dallas. ESE worker Richard gray tells PDF w TV that the inciting stress from working without pay. Or mounting is already had an impact, you know. I don't know how long I can stay afloat last year. Nearly eight million people flew between Friday and Monday of the Martin Luther King junior day holiday Matt's small Washington. The Trump administration calling for expanded space-based defense technologies aimed at shielding the US for missile attach a new strategy to be unveiled later today by President Trump during a stop at the Pentagon top administration officials say the missile defense review includes a call for a layer of space based sensors to more quickly detect missile launches and to studied the idea basing interceptors in space. So the US could strike incoming enemy missiles during the first minutes of flight both Russia and China have been developing advanced weapon systems, including hypersonic missiles that travel at some twenty times the speed of sound that's correspondent Tim McGuire. Michigan state. Board of trustees has interim president John anglers resignation is effective immediately. The board acting a day after Wrangler said he'd step down next week this amid fallout over remarks he made about some of the victims of former sports doctrine, convicted sex abuser. Larry Nassar, Wall Street, the Dow down thirty two points, the NASDAQ ten points higher the s&p is.
"richard grey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Degrees in Chicago on her way to thirty four today. More Americans are feeling the strain of the government shutdown as it enters twenty-seven, everything from food inspections and airport security to automobile, safety and national parks have been affected along with hundreds of thousands of federal workers who are not getting paid TSA worker. Richard grey says the stress from working without pay. Our mounting is already had an impact. You know, I don't know how long I can stay afloat the key sticking point keeping the shutdown going is funding for a border wall along the us Mexico border. President Trump wants more than five billion dollars Democrats in congress have been on willing to open the pocket book for that wall. Even though they have pushed forward several bills to end the government shutdown bills that have not been able to move on to the Senate because the Senate majority leader has refused to call them for a vote. A Cook County judge is expected to announce a verdict today in the trial of three current and former Chicago police officers accused of cover up in the deadly shooting of Liqun McDonald judge in the case is going to rule on whether Thomas Gaffney Joseph Walsh and David March conspired to cover up the murder of McDonald by fellow officer Jason Van Dyke. The officers are accused of manufacturing a narrative, exaggerating the threat McDonald posed on the night of the shooting in a high raking Chicago police official could lose his job over allegations of directing officers to drive in baby. His child a report released yesterday by the city's office of inspector general says the official ordered officers under his supervision to drive his child from school to as north west side police station and to babysit the kid on the city's dime. For nearly a year cities government watchdog is recommended possible. Firing for the supervisor Chicago Tribune has identified the official as Grand Central district commander, Anthony eskimo and those are the headlines WGN sports sponsored by northwestern football, Chicago's big ten team. Serena Williams has reached the third row. The Australian Open with a straight-set win over Jeannie Bouchard if she wins. Her next match you'll face either. Her sister, Venus or top seed Simona Halep in the fourth round. They both won their matches making a difference for the Blackhawks sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future to Blackhawks prospects were out a list of nominees announced Wednesday for the hobey Baker award which goes to the top player in college hockey, he and Mitchell a sophomore defense. For the university of Denver was drafted by the Blackhawks in the second round in 2017 Navon Barrett. A sophomore forward at Penn State third round pick by the hawks in seventeen hawks play the Rangers in New York tonight. We'll have it at five thirty right here on WGN. The bulls in Denver test reportedly show Wendo Carter juniors. Thumb injury is not too serious. He'd been listed as doubtful for tonight. College basketball. I big ten win for Illinois ninety five sixty eight over Minnesota, depaul lost two Butler eighty-seven sixty nine college football quarterback. Jalen hurts has going from Alabama to Oklahoma as a graduate transfer led the tied to a pair of playoff championship games and women's hoops. Number two. You can't be too late last night seventy five thirty three the huskies. Megan Walker scored thirty four points one more than the entire opposing team. She's the first division one player men's or women's to singlehandedly outscore the opponent in a conference game. Since two thousand to join coach fits and the big ten west division and.
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"Cost much more than new interstate highway. Yeah. But something tells me that here in Saint Louis, we would benefit more by improved roads than a border wall. Now, this is Saint Louis. I'm talking about you keep saying that we need more workers. We don't need more workers seen more people who will work. Do you know actually, the number of available jobs exceeds the number of available workers at this point in American history by about seven hundred thousand thoroughly? All your pets. Naked would bury. But you don't. Was accused of transporting a fourteen year old girl across dateline respect, though. I'm sure that won't get played. But you know night to hear both sides of that story about old Chucky. Boy. Yeah, we we've discussed that before. And in fact, he wasn't just accused he was convicted of violating the man act for taking a four to a minor across state lines. Do you know that that law was later repealed? It's true. There is no man act anymore. But that's public knowledge. Chuck Berry did serve time for that. Not just regional weather. That's not what it's about. In level. It's about a western wildfire season that never end. And then more the one thing about the hurricanes in some recent years. They've actually gone down here surprise that. Someone would not want to be a police officer. Shot your live killed. It's true. I'm not surprised. I just relaying the figures we are down police officers across the country. They can't find him in Seattle. So they're advertising for them on billboards in Indianapolis. Hey, what about miss Holland? I know you're getting into law style restaurants. Miss Hala known for her delicious, food and delicious pastry, the best I never got into it. It just looked so old to me when I was a young guy when it was around miss Hollings Jerry Berger loved it. Lost restaurant closed restaurant. Maryland cafe which was the blueberry hill building where the piano is there. Good point. I never been there. But how about Cicero's that was a fine restaurant that is no longer in business and Charlie three restaurants. I thought it was roses. Beyond cheese. There anything on king's highway, and they were on the left hand side of the road and the coal hole. Melbourne hotel. Well, where was the Melbourne hotel? And I ask because in his new book, Bernie Federico who will be discussing it and signing tonight at Kirkwood station brewing, talks about having a a sit down with his coach at the coal hole. And I I'd never heard of it. I never even heard of the Melbourne hotel. Charlie did you know that Washington still had seventeen million dollars slush fund to pay off sexual harassment suit for members of congress? Well, we've paid out about sixteen million federal dollars in lawsuits, and we we don't announce who the lawmakers are who were covering Charlie Lenny, MS, Richard gray. And I'm actually calling.
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"Night was part of an ongoing consensual relationship in norristown jim melwert kyw newsradio teenage boys are in critical condition after being stabbed at market east yesterday kyw's justin trudeau reports police are searching for the attackers we say it was shortly before four pm when to seventeen year old boys were stabbed on an underground row platform at the eighth and market stepped in paco station abdulah says he sold everything it was an argument and then it turned into a brutal stabbing antoinette says she was making her way home from work where she was thrown into a panic after hearing and seeing people run away from the scene the people running up saying that it was people down guys dead so my call the semi call make a call a help to people announced the we bag stay at least one boy was stabbed in the chest and stomach and taken to hahnemann university hospital and the other young man who stabbed in the neck and the stomach was taken to jefferson university hospital just an auto kyw newsradio philadelphians who will serve on the city's new board of education faced the public for the first time last night wsp's mike denardo reports funding facilities school safety the concerns were as diverse as the one hundred people who turned out to dobbins high for the new local school boards i listening session the crowd broke into small breakout groups or dobbins alum richard grey expressed his priorities improve graduation rates allow young people and also to fix up our schools sylvia sims a former member of the school reform commission said she'd like the new board to get out more come out into the community aid the knees in the cries of the voice of this four of the nine new board members attended maria mccolgan was one there are a lot of people that care are passionate about the school district and i think if we can channel that energy can really make a difference mike denardo kyw newsradio.