27 Burst results for "Seventy Eight Million Dollars"

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Got everybody in sports war. It was broom day. In the glare if the padre swept the marlins everybody in attendance got a free broom help sweep up. These sunflower seeds and myers lifts a high dr center but room. Faro's got it. And the marlins win a combined. Four hit shutout seven nothing over a very good san diego padres bonk. Thank you for that. Sorry brooms no sweeping for you yesterday. I don't wanna go back in the closet. back you go. Padres did take two out of three and with the giants winning again. The padres have fallen eight games out of first place but thanks to the reds losing yesterday. The padre still have a four and a half game cushion for the second of two naturally wild card spots padres now visit the arizona diamondbacks tonight through the weekend. The d backs had the worst record in all of baseball. So yeah how about a four-game sweep. I'm talking about tonight. His major league baseball's field of dreams game the new york yankees will play the chicago white sox on a baseball field and dyers ville iowa where the movie field of dreams was made. It's my car out there. You guys our guest in my car. I think i heard clint say that in the measuring the other day in the movie. People walking out of the cornfield is kevin's dad. Have a catch instead of play catch like everybody else in the world says that no wonder the movie bombed and nobody remembers stupid. Game will be nationally televised beginning at four fifteen. Our time tonight on fox. Sorry tucker carlson. You'll have to stand by kevin. Costner will throw out the first pitch. I'm going to be watching me one in shut all that. You know the filmmaker michael moore who did like bowling for columbine and fahrenheit nine eleven mean whether you agree with his politics or not. You have to agree that he looks really stupid. Where suit with a baseball cap. I mean that's like wearing lingerie and cracks skit ball association after last summer. The lakers offered guard danish schreuder. A four year. Eighty four million dollar contract but he turned it down betting on himself that he could command even more money on the free agent market. Well after the lakers signed superstar guard russell westbrook schreuder became expendable so this week schreuder assigned a one year deal with the brooklyn nets for five point. Nine million dollars. Seventy eight million dollars shy of his previous offer. Oh what are those rare times. When it's heartbreaking. When a man scores six million for one year losing seventy eight betting on himself food in other sports dude. What are we playing for today. Boy versus the team. We have some tickets to go. See the black. That's a great price going be here next week. North island credit union input theater. Tell you more about that. When i get you on the phone. So dial eight eight eight eight five seven one five and take an active role in versus the team. The scientific experiment that has already once proved to that. Chris boyer is in fact smarter and all of us individually. All of us put together. I am living seventy eight million dollars and this is your one five kitchen offensive sports network mornings on your smart.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"He could be a top four team in the east coming season. Do you disagree with that No i don't disagree that. I i think i agree. I think they underachieve to a degree last year. And everybody stays healthy. If you see return to the norm or a growth and dunkin robinson development in tyler here obama to bio getting better. I think they can be a top four team in the east. And i think that's just the exercise for them now right again can't match the firepower of the nets. You can't get you on us you're going to. You're going to try all right so it if nothing else you've got a core that you really you know just made the finals a year ago. That you feel really confident in that. You've now bolstered a little bit with lower impe j. tucker the clock is ticking. You have issues you have. I think injury concerns starting on opening night automatically but if they hold together if they're healthy he could be a top four team in the east and with a punchers chance to to make a deep playoff room. Yeah and yeah you get to the play offs erik spoelstra. Jimmy butler guys like that. They've got a they've got a shot at the very least so we'll see what happens with miami. You mentioned the next. I do wanna talk about them. What do we think about. The knicks did on monday here because no issue with them. Re-signing there guys. Derrick rose nerlens. Noel alec burks these are all manageable contracts. They brought them back on three year. Type deals relatively modest deals by today's nba standards. But then you have evan. Forty and forty as interesting to me on multiple levels here but forty. I gets a four year. Seventy eight million dollar deal with the knicks. Now there's a team option for that fourth year so really. It's just a three-year sixty ish million dollar contract. But the knicks are basically swapping out forty four reggie bullock and they're paying twice the price for it so give me your take on on the knicks. Did we just see a good knicks move. Did we see a classic knicks move which is generally viewed as negative. Like how do you view the forty signing hesitate to put for new signing in the in that category of the old old look at the knicks going and overpaying for average ish players. It's not quite that because as you note if the fourth years a team option is really only through your commitment big number but everything's a big number now we gotta keep in perspective the fact that what's the salary cap the cap is going to be. What one hundred twelve million or something. But he is going to be. What is it gonna be their highest paid. I haven't looked at the the the payroll he's going to be one of the highest paid players right up there a little bit more than julius randle imagine. Yeah so he might be the highest paid player..

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But lindsay dethroned you as the smartest person on the show. Yeah i still don't believe that is true. I still believe on the smart goal like. Sat scores on the smartest person on the show. I want to take the sat so we could take it now. What what's your as you lose your house. Et yeah we didn't have to take the sat's what would act. Yeah i don't even remember. I got on that i'd have to look at. I know it was pretty good. Shot me a thirty nine on that shami. Thirty on the act. It's pretty smart. Pretty smart. I i hate to start the chill. I don't want to start by bragging. About how smart i wanna brag about. How dumb i am. I love the dumb fun of f nine fast and furious nine. It is so much fun. It is just a big stink in dumb ass movie. It's great. I've got expect that i thought it was just like typical sequel. A lot of stuff blowing up a lot of people and that was it. Well that is what it is. I mean it is. It's more of the same. I mean it's exactly what you want from from fast next. I liked the other eight. I'm like you you like seven of the eight. The guy from tokyo drift does show up. Lucas black. I think his name he shows up in this. Everybody i mean everybody is in this one including not chasing stadium but john cena who's great in it and jason state them in it. No jason state from the the sneak preview for fast and furious ten which happens at the end of the movie. But i got two words for you i. I don't wanna spoil anything because although it did like seventy eight million dollars or something this weekend. So it's a gigantic movie but car. Magnus car magnets are fantastic. Gigantic magnets that can suck in a car. You that's not a spoiler. It's it's in the trailer. It's it's in the trailer but it is a fun. Movie is fun go back. I actually went twice this weekend. I went to the actual theater twice. Correct this one is not streaming. You have to go to so fast we all right. Tell me about that. People wearing mass inside the theatre or no no. No nobody wearing masks. No nobody wearing a mask. The staff was all wearing masks. Like social distancing or no no for was with year the theaters completely. Full no no they were. I think people are coming to the movies. Go very slowly. Although i i saw the movie at the landmark which is generally kind of an art house they happen to be playing f nine so i don't think the landmark crowd was especially rushing out to see vin diesel about the family. I don't think that was necessarily their thing. So i am sure there were full theaters of did seventy million. There were full theaters somewhere in america this weekend. And i you know what. I've i've come around to the fact that i think movie theaters are make it. Movie theaters are going to right now. Here's a question which one of the one of the big theater chains went bankrupt right. So like the arc light. That's by me is still closed correct. And they're not reopening really. Yeah they're not reopening. Somebody else will have to step in and take over that. I know you you're dan manhattan. Beach called arclight beach. Cities are culver. City closed arclight. Hollywood closed with the cinerama dome. Hopefully that will reopen. But no that chain went belly up during the pandemic. And i understand why but you know what people are going to go back. I mean there were groups of there was a group of probably twenty people at the fast and furious screening on saturday that i went to mean you know all this talk about the world is going to be completely different on the other side. I'm starting to think the world is going to all exaggerated that the world is actually going to go back to being kind to exactly like it was before we thought we'd still be wearing masks like in two year old. We'll always wear masks like in the future. I think people are still going to wear masks on planes. Yeah i'll wear one on a plane. Our when i none of us were require me. You might as well not catch a cold or whatever i mean. It seems like it's it seems like it's a reasonable thing but i'm not wearing a mask the rest of the time. I mean there are still people. I went and hid at the driving range yesterday. And there's still people wearing masks out there. I'm like it's out. I assume if you're wearing a mask that you weren't vaccinated if you're wearing a mask. I'm on the assumption that you're not vaccinated because everywhere it says you're allowed to skip the mask if you have been vaccinated so when i see a mask i think maybe that person didn't get their shots or maybe they're one shot or something like that. So yeah now. I i think the world is coming back in a real and meaningful way and i don't think all the things we expected to change are necessarily going to change. Do you I think there is going to be after-effects. Tell me what the difference is like. I'm been to a bar yet if you No but i'm not a big bar or been to indoor restaurants abundance anyone sitting at the bar when you're at the restaurant trying to think no not just sitting at a binding i think bars are a casualty of the pandemic. Now that doesn't mean they won't eventually come back but they're just not back yet. I i've got friends in west hollywood. Who saying you know. It was big pride weekend. Bars were full. Bars were full in west. Hollywood the because it was pride weekend. So yeah i mean i i feel like i feel like it's it's like summer for real. It's like it's officially summer in the world is open backup and it's the roaring twenties here. We go it's gonna be wild everybody's going out and seeing everybody yesterday don tony. I went to the dry bridge. S another stroke now down to determine.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Against the perceived wisdom of young people are into new technology and that people in their twenties and thirties the ones buying electric vehicles while those in their forties next on the list and then those in their sixties next on the list soap forty pluses in south korea. The majority of those buying electric vehicles. Those with maybe the money to do it because vs expensive. But dispelling the myth. The owning the young people are interested in innovation and new technology. Corporate purchases. were about five thousand of the vehicles about a third of the total people in the forties. The biggest buys of imported ev. So those not made in south korea but the likes of every other evey. It was people in their forties buying imported cars. But there's a big caveat to the story According to the data is coming from the korea automobile importers and distributors association but that data does not include tesla if you look to et. They sold almost twelve thousand vehicles in south korea last year. But tesla is not a member of the association. Like over here. We have the society of motive factors and traders Organization the argues to regulate this government on behalf of their members. Everyone is a member but tesla annoyed they used to be. I think way back. I mean years years ago like motor less launch time. But not anymore. So they're not jumping in their money. They just wanna be part of the. That varies raise about any clubs. Little have you as a member. Tesla do not want to be that club. According to a survey released this month by the k. e. p. c. o. institute which is a corporate research subsidiary of korea's electric corporation the average monthly mileage of south korean avia was about two thousand kilometers. That's double the average figure of any tunnel combustion engine and that's more than other surveys. I've seen i've seen other survey sangeeta go further but not twice as much. People driving two thousand ks. Every single month in south korea on average in their reveal puzzling to the original story to korea herald news sites next tesla in china launching. The powell wool the batteries and residential solar announcements posted online in china. Indicate that the powell wall is now on sale says teslarati dot com so solar storage and charging. Celebrate it today. June twenty third couldn't find out more details about that event as the time of recording. Tesla has released three images for the event a super charger. Power and the solar panel. Tesla is opening solar charging stations in tibet. A solar powered charging station with onsite storage site energy. Coming from the sun stored onsite with battery storage in the tibetan capital. The company said in webuye post on elliott's today wednesday but of course china is ahead of me time wise. It's the first such facility in china. Tesla doesn't have a showroom in tibet. It's a remote and impoverished region. Says roy tas dot com in their social media. Post test saying the sunlight's in the mountainous area was why they chose. That is the first place to put solar storage into a super charging station in the whole country of china. Now china is tesla the second biggest market says rojas but the charging site is the first in the country with a dedicated onsite. Power storage facility. And that's right. Because the grid in china mag stinky very based very dirty the government confirming the bleeding obvious in a new announcement according to an office a government office internal combustion engines cost ten point one cents per mile to maintain whereas vs coast zero point. Zero six pence sorry cents per mile. Now a difference of four cents a mile doesn't sound a lot. I off driven ten miles. I've saved forty cents in maintenance big whoopi combustion finds might be saying but at how many miles government vehicles did this is why the biden administration is talking so much about cutting the us fleet electric according to the us general services administration government owned vehicles. Did one point nine five eight million miles in two thousand nineteen so hypothetically the us government could save seventy eight million dollars in maintenance costs alone that calculation doesn't even factor in says motor trend on this story motor trend writes. The calculation doesn't factor. In how much money cost in fuel. I was just maintenance by the way. So that would vastly widen that seventy eight million dollar gap. The us office energy efficiency and renewables has given us insight into just how much cheaper electric kazaa and the reason they wanna move. The us government fleets to electric as quick as possible linked to mow trying to read more about that story in the show nights. Pro tara and miami dade county doing a big partnership. Miami dade is installing one of the largest fleet charging systems in the us five per tara charges on three bus stepovers miami dade purchase of forty two electric buses from pray. Tara brings that fleet. Now two seventy five total with nineteen megawatt hours of battery storage and nine megawatts of ev charging power power a massive project demonstrates tara's ability to do big fleets electrification says a Tara press release sent to linked to the protrero website media site in the show notes now. The tara vehicles made in the us battery electric buses of course saving two hundred and thirty thousand pounds of greenhouse gases annually on the company's fleets. All that buses they've made have displaced over one hundred million pounds of co two emissions of all the vehicles. They've sold now a changing the rules. On where you even build a car final story tonight. Well post volvo cars and by chinese perrin. Geely they've barely even established themselves in the us there a new company and yet they have already announced. They'll make the postal three. That's a crossover volvos. Ridgeville plant in south carolina according to plastics news dot com a website. I hadn't visited before today in searching for news for you but he's very good. There's a change from established industry practice happening right under our noses right now. Import brands like postal. An import brand would spend years nurturing sales before even thinking about the expense of us production. And when did take the plunge it was often for nameplate or segment with an established sales demand for a variety of reasons vs getting us production factories from the get go says plastics news. A build way yoursel. Is the mantra with a vase and is becoming more profitable to build way. Yoursel says sam feron. Vp of also forecast solutions with added costs of shipping. Because he vs a much heavier at the moment so with the added. Costs transport manufacturers have loads of reasons to seoul models in north america made in the us. Abc many actors with new cost of labor equations. Because kim comparison to making an engine and ebay is relatively less costly and complex to assemble. That's news for today Question of the week this week with bill. Norway dot com. What's the best way to navigate navy journey and charge on the way. And do you use your smartphone.

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NASCAR Phoenix Mini-Preview

The Final Lap

01:30 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Phoenix Mini-Preview

"Friday. is here. so let's get you all set up for the nascar weekend at phoenix raceway. Where a couple of years back they underwent one hundred and seventy eight million dollars modernization project. We're virtually everything is still kinda new ish. I guess fan experience. They moved the start. Finish line over if you remember so all. The turns are in different places. It's going to be fun to watch no matter what we are looking at a one mile with banking up to eleven degrees. The front stretch is eleven hundred. Seventy nine backstretch fifty one cup race. Three hundred twelve laps or five hundred kilometers stages seventy five one fifteen and one twenty two last winners. Include joy llegado in the spring and champion. Chase elliott picking up the win and the cup in the fall. Check out all the dogleg. Bizarre start finish line action sunday three thirty pm eastern on

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Coronavirus pandemic could leave as much as $300M hole in Seattle budget

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus pandemic could leave as much as $300M hole in Seattle budget

"Mark of it she said he needs to find three to seventy eight million dollars to cover the cost of Covidien lost tax revenue the mayor's proposal cuts twenty million for the police budget that's a five percent not fifty that some would like to see but council members haven't seen the budget so the topic was more about trouble in the council's ban on Kim

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Main questions from his family one they don't know why he was here they said he wasn't part of the protest not part of the gang what led up to the shooting the motive it's not known police just telling me that shootings are all under investigation that's the only information that we have from police the biggest issue for his family though is police and medics not getting to him at the shooting he was just a beautiful he should be able to give it to him when able to stop by hall police station and didn't come in here and I don't understand this rises grandmother went on to say she wants the job loading city leaders accountable for allowing the protest zone to not only open but to operate the way that it had same goes for Lorenzo's mother do you want to remind you that for people in four days were shot new details on how cities Seattle will deal with the financial impact of covert nineteen in the police department could see the biggest cuts but those cuts would amount to only about five percent not the fifty percent from police called for by some council members and protesters mers budget directors as the pandemic as to the city with two hundred and thirty three million dollars worth of unexpected expenses because of that city's facing a three hundred and seventy eight million dollar shortfall for the year transportation research reveals proposed new rail service between Seattle and Spokane would attract a few new passengers more from Cuomo's Corwin hate.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Larry Hogan talking this morning about he's seen health restrictive restrictions but that is as long as he sees coronavirus cases starting to wane and the state has joined the rest of the region now in keeping its school children home for the rest of the school year Maryland state superintendent Dr Karen salmon made it official schools will stay closed for the rest of the academic year I am convinced this is the appropriate decision in order to continue to protect the health and safety of our students educators staff and all members of school communities throughout Maryland Maryland governor Larry Hogan said there are some positive trends with lower hospitalizations and fewer covert nineteen cases in intensive care units if these trends continue into next week we will be ready to lift the stay at home order and to begin stage one of our recovery plan Hogan also announced that as of seven AM Thursday Marylanders could start playing tennis golf and walk along the state's beaches as long as they followed social distancing guidelines Kate Ryan WTOP news one for Thursday morning meantime Virginia still plans to enter its first phase of re opening on may fifteenth the northern Virginians may not see lockdown restrictions lifted as much as residents in other parts of the state Virginia governor Ralph Northam says state restrictions and re opening restaurants gyms and other places are all floor to restrictions and regions may impose tougher rules Northam says he's been talking to leaders in Alexandria Arlington Fairfax and prince William but as we get closer if if they have concerns and and want to raise that floor if you will for another week to whatever they think is necessary we'll we'll work with them on a northern Virginia has higher numbers of coronavirus cases than other parts of the state Northam says he's also in talks with Maryland governor Hogan and DC mayor Bowser and I we realize that that the greater Washington area is a is an area that we need to pay particular attention to take you away on WTOP news leaders of the boards of supervisors in Fairfax prince William and Loudon counties have written a letter apparently to Virginia's governor asking that they be consulted before he announces anything new about the re opening they say they're not trying to slow progress but they say they wants better communication in order to keep everyone safe they also want a weekly phone call between their offices and the governor of the people running Montgomery County public schools say this morning they'll have an update for this weekend on online learning in high school graduation and prom prince George's county public schools say distance learning will continue through the end of this year the last day for high school seniors will still be may fifteenth the last day of school for other students his June sixteenth for teachers in Montgomery County public schools last issued eighteen the school system will continue its grab and go meals program an estimated half million meals have been served since the program's actual starts at nearly fifty sites countywide WTLV at one oh six DC has lost more than a billion Bucks in trouble spending so far during this pandemic now it's planning on how to market itself to tourists normally at this time of year DC would be flooded with eighth graders on school trips as Elliot Ferguson with destination DC instead the city has lost one point seven billion dollars in travel spending to date a seventy one percent decline from where it should be seventy eight million dollars in taxes.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"Complete this sentence at twenty twenty senses that she'll be paid for by US census bureau three dead after violence in Bethany overnight good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news springtime in Oklahoma and the weather to go with it our forecast coming up I triple fatality shooting in Bethany a fourth person set the hospital police deputy chief John reed says it happened overnight in Bethany Adams on queue at northwest thirty ninth in Rockwell as of right now this is our first investigation we are not concerned that anyone is outstanding we believe all parties are here at the six hundred person is expected to recover marijuana with a street value of more than one point three million dollars seized during a Boston area yesterday and last night several suspects were arrested but her police chief Gary Morgan tells news four others fled they had a strong odor of marijuana and when they start looking around and try to talk to some of the people here that they were meeting for the inspection got a couple of males exited the building and and took off running authorities say more than twenty six hundred pot plants were seized from an illegal grow operations maps for sales tax collections start today after the better streets safer city sales tax expires the one said maps for sales tax is expected to raise nine hundred seventy eight million dollars over eight years to pay for a new fairgrounds Coliseum arena renovations affordable housing social services facilities and animal shelter another building projects voters approved a Max extension in December the Oklahoma city council has approved.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Twenty Top Gun sequel to look so authentic that they actually asked the navy if Tom Cruise could fly one of their seventy eight million dollars at eight eighteen super Hornet fighter jets in case you're wondering the need we never get a yes right seven nine we've been doing that the washing to read the in the personal this if you this is a no that's in the same so while the I have get read and she I knew a smile in an instant it was my and she says it's I said I she the windows seven nine finding answers in the music reminding you to keep your distance related we're here for you constantly updated information available for you at twenty one oh seven nine dot com let's see you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean up before the cleaning lady comes doesn't make sense but you're the parents and their kids you're gonna start telling them that too good news is it's easy to.

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"K. drivers to train them to be the safest they can be like what to do if there's a swerving sedan a bear on the highway for thousands of dollar bills flying out of the truck in front of you can't be too prepared J. K. moving what matters most to you matters most to us morning news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP one fifty five let's go to Jeff Claiborne dollars off its low but that does not say much it is still down nine hundred and fourteen points of three and a third percent drop the S. and P. five hundred index is down at ninety eight that's three percent the nasdaq is down two hundred forty four points at S. two point seven percent are still two hours of trading left to go in a day you pay the shop at BJ's wholesale club in those membership fees add up the big box chain topped profit in sales estimates last quarter it collected almost seventy eight million dollars just in membership fees last quarter BC residential property assessments for the twenty twenty one tax year go up an average of three point four six percent although varies by neighborhood some of the biggest increases are in wards seven and eight DC's residential properties are valued at a total eighty seven point four billion dollars that's up two point nine billion dollars from last year's assessments Jeff global WTOP news coming up on WTOP Elizabeth Warren drops out of the presidential race today but is holding off on endorsing another candidate for president details.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"At the container store where space and holiday cheer comes from it's a goal good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news bundle up this morning but it'll get warmer this afternoon our forecast is coming out maps for against overwhelming support Oklahoma City residents approved of the nine hundred seventy eight million dollar project package by an estimated seventy two percent in favor to twenty eight percent against maps for continues the extra one percent sales tax to cover the cost of sixteen projects including any animal shelter senior wellness centers help for mental health and addiction sidewalks Chesapeake arena upgrades and a multi purpose stadium in addition to extending is deadline to turn over operations of the Oklahoma county jail Oklahoma county sheriff PD Taylor is asking the Oklahoma county budget board to approve immediate pay raises for all full time jail personnel it will help me retain employees it will help me attract people there wants to go to work here and my plan if the budget board approves this pay raise that a will give me an opportunity to reach out to all the people that's quit and retired and ask him to come back he wants the board to consider an annual raise up to five thousand dollars he says the jail is at an extremely critical staffing level Oklahoma congressman mark way mall and called the articles of impeachment against president trump disgrace what is the impeachable offense that question still hasn't been answered add in the fact they're afraid that they don't impeach him and this is according to Al Green represent our green from Democrat a Democrat from Texas says I'm afraid if.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on KTOK

"To protect your name your reputation your finances it's a go good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay new center and this is Oklahoma's first news bundle up this morning but it'll get warmer this afternoon our forecast is coming up maps for against overwhelming support Oklahoma City residents approved of the nine hundred seventy eight million dollar project package by an estimated seventy two percent in favor to twenty eight percent against maps for continues the extra one percent sales tax to cover the cost of sixteen projects including any animal shelter senior wellness centers help for mental health and addiction sidewalks Chesapeake arena upgrades and a multi purpose stadium in addition to extending is deadline to turn over operations of the Oklahoma county jail Oklahoma county sheriff PD Taylor is asking the Oklahoma county budget board to approve immediate pay raises for all full time jail personnel it will help me retain employees it will help me attract people that wants to go to work here and my plan if the budget board approves this pay raise that a will give me an opportunity to reach out to all the people that's quit and retired and ask him to come back he wants the board to consider an annual raise up to five thousand dollars he says the jail is at an extremely critical staffing level Oklahoma congressman mark Wayne Mullen called the articles of impeachment against president trump disgrace what is the impeachable offense that question still hasn't been answered add in the fact they're afraid that they don't impeach him and this is according to Al Green represent our green from Democrat a Democrat from Texas says I'm.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The end of the weekend but between now and then it's going to produce rain generally up the I ninety five on the east coast as it already is in Georgia South Carolina and soon North Carolina other than that I'm not a heck of a lot to talk about we got a couple of scattered showers on the ninety in southeastern Montana and we also have some snow as you can imagine in the upper elevations of western Montana and the bottle neck of Idaho but in general it's fairly light stuff and very quickly let's go to your mega millions one hundred seventy eight million dollars in the jackpot tonight and the numbers that were drawn just a short time ago were twelve nineteen thirty four thirty five sixty eight and the mega ball itself was twenty if you're a Megaplier player that number was two now we just refresh the mega millions website to they have yet to determine if we've got a winner or not a hundred seventy eight million bags so check these numbers against the the ticket that you have in front of their twelve nineteen thirty four thirty five and often times when you see Campos island is not often times is not a winner but twelve nineteen thirty four thirty five sixty eight and the mega ball itself was twenty good luck to your end we will check the mega millions website periodically until they announce whether we've had a winner or not four hundred and seventy eight million dollars back with more with Mister motor coach when we return to America's trucking network.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"President and the cranium president not so much the interpretation of it rest assured we'll have more takeaways from the hearing as we motor along but coming up next we're diving out and on to the gridiron so to speak as we head to the NFL and the weekly version of the nail the score now this is for my teenage son only has one brain and it'll keep developing through his mid twenties but if you use the cigarettes the nicotine in them can impact tension learning and memory and can prime the brain for injection so I've talked to about staying away from the cigarettes because my son only has one brain learn more at CDC dot gov slash the cigarettes today a message from the US centers for disease control and prevention and this station a non attorney spokesperson paid for by the Sentinel group this is an important message for anyone diagnosed with cancer after being exposed to round up or other weed killers a California jury recently found Monsanto's weed killer because the ground keepers cancer and issued a verdict for seventy eight million dollars more evidence found that Monsanto the manufacture of roundup may have known that round up in other weed killers were likely ling to organ damaging.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Problems a thing of the past like I always say you keep your eyes on the road I'll give mine on the iris we're going to have to go the lady the look at the doppler weather radar and that storm that swirling out but out of the Atlantic and soon to be up the east coast of the United States will talk a little bit more about that as well as get you your mega millions numbers for a hundred and seventy eight million dollars and the jackpot but we want to go to bed gives Mr motor code right away because she's got a little something special to tell you about how did you get this well it was sent to us earlier today and it was a request that I'm honored to do so without further ado a family member send us a request to read their fathers testimonial Ammar to do so now your motor coach I want to tell you about my dad in your recently passed away last month I wonder what you know how much you love your products ever since more coach started up he's been there supporting the products we would often jokes the would be a great salesman for your product because you would raise anyone who would listen that one he was constantly giving away his own jeans a motor coach to friends and strangers telling them how great motor coach is that how once they use it they will never go back to other products even told me walk going through treatment that he got a new water bottle you need to put one of his motor coach stickers on it we also have many of his hats laying around the house Brcko half I guess I just wanted to tell a little of his story about how he was about things he believed in and motor coach was one of them even if my dad is gone I want you to know we are still going to be a motor coach family I personally want to thank you god bless you and your family I personally will remember this moment for the rest of my life to the family it's an honor to share your father's story and thank you hi Andy I know you're up there listen and you will always be a permanent member of the motor coping and what god bless you can still always call in and try to get one of the riddles of the trivia it will take you right we'll take a right up front yeah it is it is a long distance call I want to be around a lot of too much but what it what a great story and we have met over the years people like that either you know through the show or in a truck show somewhere people that you know discovered your product largely through your appearances on the radio and try to you know be a little bit skeptical like a lot of folks are and just in are overwhelmed with the results they can be there in their vehicle or on something at home like a squeaky door or and we could go the the various ways you can use motor coach and a lot of people just really just get totally convinced of the product as so many so many have become but of there's a certain percentage of on the take it to the next level like Gandhi yeah I and if the family is listening we did record that and we will get a copy of it sent out to excellence all right we got lots more to talk about with that here in just a bit but do we wanted to give him enough time to get that in because it's pretty cool that they felt strongly enough about in these past the motor co to contact did it Motoko himself let's so quickly and take.

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight million dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Turn radius from eight hundred to five hundred sheets progressive banking was added to the turns and different degrees of different turns and so it could be it's a completely they finished all this in time for this race and the reservation was a hundred and seventy eight million dollars its crew was called the river of Phoenix race we project and if it's done and we're going to probably see it in its final form here at just this weekend race so the track is going to be considerably different but for all that the track was heavily dominated by Kevin Harvick he won there by far the most however Kyle Busch is going for his third win in the row in a row and he's only twenty two points above the cut off line so but to be really safe if he could duplicate that feat when when again it would be obviously he would be in in the files so I'm I'm sure that he's going to be attempting to do that if he has led the most laps of anybody while he's here and he has never let fewer than a hundred seventy laps in any of the races the first last five races he's never let go well she was then a hundred fourteen laps of car how bush has the thing that particular this newer configuration but pretty much dial then so we'll have to wait and see how well it'll it'll fall I had totally lost track is I I I I was on the ship two Sundays in a row yeah because they they they would run football but they didn't run in the NASCAR I I had no idea Kyle one boat yeah the the Truex is locked in the chair featured in the four of the herbal transfer all the homestead this is the last race the last chance to qualify for the top four we will go to homestead the following week Martin Truex is locked in because he he won earlier Kevin Harvick won it Texas so he's locked in how bush's to pull up points above the cut off jury would go through all the message he got in and out of all for the last two weeks he's twenty points above the guy this is considered the hottest right now correct taxes and Denny Hamlin is my latest whiny colors and minus twenty three Ryan Blaney minus twenty three at Fort Lee chaser alert for the second race in a row well wrecked his car and she still it is mine is seventy eight so you you're lookin at I don't know some what happened back in their hand little guy or fighting with each other so the if something would happen to to Kyle Busch or joy legato Hammacher would probably chop up or get in the rest of them pretty much trial or some Blaney definitely Jerry still it would have to win this race chase is done pretty well at Phoenix in the past but bush could probably put it away easily if you were if you were to go out and do what he normally does your were just come pretty close to dominate so we'll see we'll see how it goes my guess is you're probably looking at the top for right now Martin Truex Kevin Harvick pro bush your look I don't think what these other guys have to overcome is going to be very difficult so after Phoenix well what if we have one race left after that is that no critics is the and then then yes and then you go to homestead for finally throws one racks okay those Los four of the top four will go in the homestead and everything is starts at zero however when it is ahead of those of those for your driver's user right the head or wins wins the championship so everything everything starts over again when we get when we get the floors and we get the homestead a year does for people racing for the championship whoever finishes first of that group.

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WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT AMAZON THAT MAKES THEM SO SUCCESSFUL?

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

11:03 min | 3 years ago

WHAT IS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT AMAZON THAT MAKES THEM SO SUCCESSFUL?

"Few years ago I was really looking at the the idea of the intersection of risk taking and technology development and started flooring this crazy idea that perhaps the biggest risk of business takes is actually not taking enough risk and so that is led me to researching a lot of different companies some no longer in business some doing quite well what's the difference and that's where I came across Amazon discovered Jeff Bezos shareholder letters and did a deep dive into those letters because I was fascinated actually with how much advice and information he provided because I think I never really sold much too insurance companies but when I did I found them Kinda laggards oh very much so yeah there's it makes sense when you think about it they see all the worst that can happen every day because right accidents or deaths or slip and falls or all of the those kinds of things and so they tend to be very risk averse and that's where this crazy idea I generated about risk-taking in today's world world frankly because technology continues developed so rapidly businesses of all kinds insurance or any others just don't have the time I used to go to examine what how does this impact us what we have to do how do we have to respond and that's I think they're getting disrupted right now aren't they yes very much so a lot of new players coming in a lot of ideas about how to change how the customer experience and frankly that's where you know Amazon has done an amazing job in developing that because some several of my friends that I had worked with went there on the technology side it and when they came out with Aws Amazon web services a lot of people either know about or don't but they I always thought that was a weird move but then it was now it seems obvious but now now it seems obvious and actually as those calls aws a couple of interviews a business miracle for Amazon because what he said was on other innovations and and things they wanted like let's just say the Kendall they released the Kendall in two thousand seven two years later the Nook came out you know two years after they started selling folks online barnes and noble started selling books online as he says kind of you know we would have a two year lead with aws they had a seven-year-old eight and he said that just doesn't happen and I think your point is exactly right who thought about outsourcing computing power that's really all AWACS that's it and one of the largest deals I ever did when I was in sales was to US internetworking this was in two thousand and one no no two thousand yeah right and that was basically a cloud provider what they call back then and applications Service Service ASPCA I use that word much anymore right yeah because we just assume this is even I think it was even before salesforce was found as yes and update basically just had most of their business was Microsoft Exchange just their email servers right and it was such a foreign concept back then well and early two thousands I was talking about ASP's how agencies and brokers could use that and outsource all of their IT infrastructure. Everybody thought I was crazy now I'm not going to hit my data's going to be as else I'm not GonNa do that absolutely well when did you become interested in Amazon as I was as I was doing the research for this book actually the original idea for the book was called the risk of dilemma is that's really what I think businesses faced and I came across Amazon recently and then the shareholder letters and it literally started as a white paper and I showed it to some publishing friends here I live just outside Nashville and several of them came back almost immediately and says this is not a white paper this is a book nobody's really done and I did again and looked at it but nobody's really done a deep dive like this into the lenders themselves and so research you know lots of story behind kind of how it came into the book but it was a officially published in the September and has really taken it off I mean I think people are really ready donating with two things one is I was able to extract fourteen principles that I believe are throughout how Amazon through that I think can apply at any business and people are just fascinated with bazo cinemas John and we all use them we made like him or not but I think my point of view is aren't you curious how we did it twenty five years the fastest company ever to reach a hundred billion dollars and sales and I just became curious how did they do it and what's even more astounding to me is actually laid out his plan in the shareholder letters so I call them hidden in plain sight and that's it because people think it's some secret now he thinks differently that is for sure but it's and again why did he do that I mean a lot of people would go no that's our secret sauce and but I think he he has a different understanding and frankly I think at his heart he's a teacher he likes helping others and so yeah so that's where the the book came from and let's talk about those principles is there any hierarchy to them or the autonomous so the fourteen principles standing on their own and work with each other hill and I've broken them down into what I call four cycles so past build accelerate in scale and I believe any business whether they're of startup or been around for fifty ears are always going through these different cycles because even a well established business has to test out new ideas new products platforms new services to find out is this gonNa work does it resonate with customers or not and then they build they accelerate growth once they've got a firm foundation and then they scale and again different principles apply depending on where the business is in those areas and US walk through it can you give an exam simple of maybe one part of their business that went through that process well Amazon let's just take test I think what's unique at Amazon they are always experimenting they are never resting on aws oh now we've got it now we don't have to worry about it anymore and they're all even within aws they're always inventing an innovating and actually one of my principles is called practice dynamic invited engine and innovation and so am that that's a really a core concept at Amazon the other one that I highlight m it is principle number one which is encouraged successful failure and that is typically not a mindset in a business and the bigger the business the less that is practiced because everybody knows you need to innovate today yeah I think that's a common yeah we need to do that the unfortunate part is yeah we want you to innovate but you'd better be right yeah right and not fail I'm convince people aren't afraid of failure they're actually afraid of the consequences of failure you're right and so encouraged successful failure is something that's Court Amazon in fact Bazo says in the latter's a couple of places that he I believe Amazon is the best place to fail because they have a process in place to learn from those failures and move forward and he says in the last letter that he's written two thousand eighteen that as Amazon grows the size of our failures the need to grow because if we aren't pushing the envelope on these are my words if we aren't pushing the envelope the impact on the business isn't it us and what you hope and again he says we don't do it Willy Nilly right but we're intentional but by its very nature a new experiment you're going to fail because if you're not it's not an experiment and is there any one failure that you've noticed that you think they're gonna either retry the phone or well I so I talked about the phone in the book most people don't even realized that Amazon actually built and released a fire phone right we hear about the fire TV in the fire tablet but they had a phone his pet project released in two thousand fourteen utter failure and in fact at one point they lowered the price to ninety nine cents and they couldn't give them away life because I mean think about it thousand fourteen we all ready had our phones smartphones were well established what could they bring that was different got a couple of technology things that were intriguing but not enough to pry android or out of somebody's an that last quarter of two thousand fourteen they wrote off one hundred seventy eight million dollars in inventory they couldn't move to the failure now where's the success the group that created their heart the device division it's actually called lab one twenty six which created the fire phone when onto also then create the echo Ville though Amazon Echo Alexa worked together echoes the hardware Alexis of machine learning that provides the answers so that is looking like it's going to be one of their successes fill and so again it's that idea of yeah we fail but what we learn from it and what can we take and into something

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Lyft forecasts 2019 peak year for losses

WSJ What's News

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Lyft forecasts 2019 peak year for losses

"Will report its first earnings as a public company, and no one is expecting that lift will in fact, turn a profit analysts are expecting that. The company's losses will widen to about nine hundred seventy eight million dollars. Investors will be focused on what their lift implausibly claim a pass to profitability. Eventually a key metric there will be just how much the company is making per ride shares and lift or down over twenty percent since their debut in early March.

Arbitrator issues stunning 'Bones' decision, calls Fox "reprehensible"

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Arbitrator issues stunning 'Bones' decision, calls Fox "reprehensible"

"I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt we've talked to the past about this giant merger of Disney the Quiring FOX or most of FOX that is about to close simultaneously too. Big lawsuits are going on that one involving profits from the series bones, which ran from two thousand five to two thousand seventeen on the FOX network, and the other has to do with poaching people in whether their contracts are enforceable. But the bones thing is really explosive. This was an arbitrator's decision. And the decision was that FOX executives. Lied cheated and committed fraud at the expense of the show's stars and executive producer. And this was an award of almost two hundred million dollars, which is the second largest in television industry history. This is a staggering ruling, and this is coming from someone I used to practice law, and I practiced law in this very area hand. Alling prophets cases. And I have never seen language from a judge or arbitrator that approaches what this arbitrator said the top executives at FOX did they basically perjured themselves, according to this arbitrator, and we're talking about Peter rice Dana Walden. Gary Numan, the top leaders at FOX two of whom rice and Walden are going over to Disney in this transaction, and essentially they said that they lied to the creators of bones told them that they were getting fair market value when they licensed the show to various distributors in the FOX family. So the the FOX network and Hulu which is thirty percent owned by FOX and lied said that they were not getting said that they were getting the fair market value. And they weren't in one case which was particularly damning the same person at FOX signed the license agreement for both the studio and Hulu. Yes. Time being on. Size of a deal. That's not the definition of self dealing. I don't know. What is well. Bob Eiger, the head of Disney promptly said we have great confidence in Peter rice and Dana Walden, which is good thing because they put them in very high level jobs. Of course, they'll continue to fight this out. They say they did nothing wrong. But FOX has been down this road before with other shows X-Files Stephen Bochco, the late Stephen Bochco on a huge decision settlement from them. We had him on the show at one and the business talking about this before obviously before he died, and so this is the kind of thing that really could change the way, particularly Hulu this idea that they didn't go to Hulu with an arm's length thing and say how much is our show worth. But just kind of wink, wink, and made a deal that benefited FOX as opposed to the people who were the actors in creators, the show that is a big deal for Hulu because if who then people start looking at the other deals that Hulu made and who is being asked to pay up, basically. I don't know. What happens right? And if I'm a creator or an agent for a creator, I'm going to say, hey, wait, a second. Where's my Hulu money? And that's a big problem. And the interesting thing is FOX is going to appeal and one hundred twenty eight million dollars of this one hundred seventy eight million dollar judgment is punitive damages that the arbitrator applied because of what he said was fraud. So they're going to try to overturn the punitive stuff, but they're not even appealing the fifty million dollars that they say that the bones creators are owed. Yeah. Which a sense of signal and that is a big punitive damage award. Then shows that the arbitrator was thoroughly and his language if they're early disgusted. Thank you. Matt. Thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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Northern lake ice loss threatens water, economies, culture

Climate Cast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

Northern lake ice loss threatens water, economies, culture

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy, initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs. Bank of America NA member FDIC good morning eleven thousand eight hundred and forty two that's how many lakes Minnesota has of at least ten acres now. A new study in the journal nature climate change shows many of our lakes may not completely freeze over some winters. If Minnesota's climate continues to warm at the current rate. Jon Magnusson is an aquatic ecologist at the university of Wisconsin, Madison and a co author of the study there is a large amount of historical data on Lake Ice. And these are Ave shins by people. Sometimes they go back a hundred years or more. And in many of these cases, we've had lake sorta frozen year after year after year after year, and then they begin to not pres one winter. And then maybe freeze a couple than not. Freeze and they're slowly making a transition from a we called permanent annual ice shows up every year to lakes at are have intermittent is and don't freeze every year. John Winter is important in Minnesota, Wisconsin, the upper midwest, both socially and economically. I see the study cites a hundred and seventy eight million dollars spent on ice fishing alone in twenty eleven and of course, Minnesota Wisconsin resorts and businesses rely on millions and income from lodging and other ice related activities. How quickly might we see impacts there? If ISIS cover begins to fade ice cover has been fading for the last hundred and twenty five years, or so, and for example, the lake that our lab looks out on lake mendota in the last one hundred and fifty hundred and sixty years the ice cover has declined by one month. Now, we compared how soon we would expect the lake in northern west. Gunson to start not freezing and a lake in southern Wisconsin and not start freezing. And the one in southern Wisconsin. Like mendota we expect will start missing years sometime in the next ten twenty years, the one in northern Wisconsin, which is the same depth than that. We don't expect to see it start missing years until almost the end of the century. So John as the climate warms in the next several decades home, many of our lakes might become likes to just have intermittent ice. Well, the numbers are rather large. For example, the goal of the Paris accord was to keep temperature from going any warmer than two degrees centigrade than it is at the present time that would more than double the number of lakes that have internet nice from about fifteen thousand to about thirty five thousand we don't think that we're going to be able to keep the temperature from warming as little as two degrees centigrade. Some of the future scenarios are more in the area. Three point two degrees. Warmer or four point five degrees warmer, and in that case, we get up to intermittent is occurring in of almost sixty thousand or ninety thousand lakes, and we know that we're losing, ice and Antarctica and in the Arctic, but all of these lakes are mingled in population centers like Minneapolis, Saint Paul. And so that in this case, the loss of ice in the influence of that has on the way people use lakes in the wintertime is important Jon Magnusson aquatic ecologist at the university of Wisconsin in Madison. Thank you so much for your insight today that you and one more number this morning five in a row, Noah and NASA report that twenty eighteen was the fourth warmest year on record globally. And that means the past five years are the warmest five years on record the last cooler than average year globally, nineteen seventy seven. That means unless you're over forty one years old you've never lived through any year cooler than the twentieth century average that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton her.

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Retired Government Worker Revealed as $343M Powerball Winner

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Retired Government Worker Revealed as $343M Powerball Winner

"Robert Bailey of New York City has claimed his share of the six hundred seventy eight million dollar Powerball jackpot haven't been to Las Vegas in a while. I would like to go there and visit Las Vegas, Mike Boorda's Bahamas where this is they Michael to the Islands Daily opted for the lump sum payment of one hundred twenty five million dollars.

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Delaware, Maryland Granted Transmission Line Cost Rehearing

Programming

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Delaware, Maryland Granted Transmission Line Cost Rehearing

"Forces radio show with good morning Vietnam and the federal regulatory commission Has granted a rehearing sought by Maryland and Delaware officials. Over plan cost allocations for a, two hundred seventy eight million dollar regional electric transmission line. Project Delaware. And Maryland officials. Have argued. That ratepayers on. The Delmarva peninsula would. Pay more than ninety percent of the cost for a project that mostly benefits New Jersey right now at the inner harbor in downtown Baltimore it's eighty seven degrees it's. Eighty five at BWI Thurgood. Marshall airport I'm Michael Philip, Kelly six eighty w CBS news FOX business network on Wall Street the major averages closing in the red trade tensions and some we corporate earnings weighing on the market with the Dow closing down one hundred and thirty, five points NASDAQ down twenty nine s and p five hundred eleven and after the closing, bell Microsoft releasing its quarterly earnings beating Wall Street expectations with. The, software giant according moderate growth in its cloud computing business and some encouraging news on the jobs front the number of people filing for unemployment benefits falling again with new claims.

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Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains

Purity Products

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains

"Online this is talk six fifty i heart radio cordova sacramento nbc news radio i'm john jeffreys us north korean officials are taking another step toward the return of american war dead the two sides reportedly met earlier today the talks were initially sent for thursday no north korean showed up in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas the return of the remains of servicemen killed in the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war was a key point in an agreement reached last month between president trump and korean leader kim jong un meanwhile the president says he's not expecting much from tomorrow's meeting with russian president vladimir putin in an interview airing today with cbs news trump discussed the twelve russian intelligence officers indicted by the justice department last week or hacking into the democratic party servers and emails in an effort to influence the twenty sixteen election trump said the democrats had themselves to blame for getting hacked they had bad defenses trump also said he thinks having meetings with people like the leaders of russia china north korea can lead to good things john jeffreys nbc news radio new york state department of health is now officially backing the legalization of marijuana nob laden has the story the state health department handed governor cuomo seventy four page report that comes to the conclusion that the positive effects of pot outweigh the potential negative ones cuomo who in the past called marijuana gateway drug says he may be more open to legalization now record basically recommends legalization for the state you have more control yeah the health department report laid out more than a dozen reasons why the state should legalize the drug while at the same time finding new york generate close to six hundred and seventy eight million dollars a year in tax revenue noam laden nbc news radio new york california fire officials say a firefighter is dying while battling a.

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Nashville, Attorney and Marsha Blackburn Trump discussed on Yellowhammer Radio

Yellowhammer Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Nashville, Attorney and Marsha Blackburn Trump discussed on Yellowhammer Radio

"Mrs yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais the us coastguard seizes seventy eight million dollars worth of cocaine from international drug cartels the coast guard cutter was able to catch smugglers off the coast of central america in a two day sting that was may eighteenth and nineteenth eleven traffickers were arrested from four vessels just a few days before that on may tenth the coast guard seized six tonnes of cocaine with an estimated street value of nine hundred million dollars an abortion law in the state of arkansas will be allowed to stay in place after the us supreme court refuses to consider a court challenge to that law the new legislation requires medical abortion providers to have hospital admitting agreements before using a two drug procedure on a woman that induces a medical abortion planned parenthood brought the lawsuit against the state its legislation congresswoman marsha blackburn of tennessee is glad that the state law for arkansas one al she spoke of fox news about it if these groups are for safe legal rare then they should want some protections and restrictions that are going to be there to help inform women to help educate women to protect women blackburn was part of a house committee that investigated the practices of planned parenthood and selling aborted baby body parts blackburn also recently was highly praised by president trump at a rally in nashville on tuesday blackburn is seeking to become the next senator of tennessee she loves your state she loves your country she's going to win marsha blackburn trump was relentless in his criticism of democrats and his call for republicans to sweep the midterm elections we're not going to be a stupid country anymore we've stopped it this news is brought to you by attorney alexander shinora a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com i'm andrea thais len stewart is a.

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