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NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever

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01:00 min | 2 months ago

NOAA: U.S. Slightly Surpasses 1936 Record for Hottest Summer Ever

"You thought this summer felt hotter than others you're right it turns out it's tied for the hottest summer on record in the us the us government agency. No us says it has not been this hot since one thousand nine thirty six which was the infamous dust bowl summer between june and august the average temperature in the continental. Us was seventy four degrees. That's more than two degrees warmer than average is in the nineteen. Hundreds five western states. California idaho nevada oregon and utah had their hottest summers ever and twenty one other states rushing from the northeast to the rockies recorded top. Ten hottest summers only southern states had average temperatures. Extreme weather has also been a major problem. Scientists say this summer was one of the wettest on record causing deadly flooding in some states. Meanwhile western states are experiencing a mega drought that has pushed reservoirs to dangerously low levels. Plus wildfires have burned nearly five thousand square miles so far this season. Scientists haven't tracking climate records in the us since eighteen. Ninety-five noah says four of the five. hottest summers. On record have happened over. The last eleven

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Wide seventy four degrees mostly cloudy in the Arkham Bob brown and what's trending on seventy seven WABC and WBC radio dot com Juneteenth protest taking place around the city and around the nation protesters against police brutality marching over the Brooklyn Bridge is afternoon earlier they gathered at the Brooklyn Museum in borough hall we don't as a matter having the legal look to make sure that no one can and nothing come of it thousands earlier tonight marching up Sixth Avenue merited Lazar declaring Juneteenth in New York City holidays as schools will be closed on June nineteenth beginning next year and to many ways discrimination is alive and well today structural racism pervades this city in ways that are still not acknowledge and recognize that we have to change that Juneteenth refers to this day back in eighteen sixty five the last of the slaves in Texas got word they were set free governor Cuomo confirming New York City will be entering phase two on Monday June twenty second how ARE the governor says the covert nineteen battle is in a local governments must ensure compliance into tracing we have to watch out for second wave we have to watch out for possible infections coming now from other states today was the last of Cuomo's daily covert nineteen press briefings which lasted for one hundred eleven days after his first briefing in early March phase two includes outdoor dining in store retail offices and barber shops Jersey continues to move forward and it's re opening process governor Murphy says as new pages open the risk of covert nineteen spreading increase however we must be mindful that as we take each step down our road.

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Chicago Weather: Even Warmer On Friday

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Even Warmer On Friday

"Under showers taking over that adds the weekend forecast here in Chicago as the slow moving front that's been west of us all week finally comes on in the Illinois this weekend mid sixties at the lake shore tonight mostly sunny Friday warm high of eighty five and it's scattered thunder showers Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the low eighties Saturday upper seventies near eighty on Sunday from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty seventy four degrees at Chicago's lakefront eighty five at midway eighty seven degrees officially at

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Just a wink to white supremacist tweeted senator Kamilla Harris he's throwing them a welcome party as ABC's Jonathan Karl reporting from the White House now the latest traffic and weather together no unusual delays right now just the typical construction to slow you down and no accidents right now now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW sun few clouds and a high of seventy six this afternoon clear tonight with low fifty four tomorrow sunshine high seventy four degrees sixty three right now here in Cincinnati news is a service of Zimmer Chrysler jeep another arrest has been made in Butler County the Butler County sheriff says they've charged a second shooter in the murder of eighteen year old Anton hill last Wednesday in liberty township he's like one movie of Hamilton another eighteen year old is already been charged the shooting occurred as the result of a fight behind the YMCA on Yankee wrote the victim hill recently graduated from Fairfield high school where he was a safety on the football team the Fairfield coach tells channel nine hill was a happy fun loving hardworking football player hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW left her sixty seven year old man was severely beaten while crossing Colerain Avenue last year here in Cincinnati for going too slow the charges against the two men have now been upgraded that's because the man died in February and the coroner has ruled his death a homicide Darren Adams and Timothy Ekman are serving time already for the assault charge that they took a plea deal on the faster Sharonville accused of enticing a teenage girl into sexual activity as a cleansing process from god has pleaded guilty to related federal charge a forty two year old a gusto Guerrero junior of liberty township could get ten years when he is sentenced we've got a a mix of clouds and sunshine kind of a day in that forecast is next news radio seven hundred WLW news time eight thirty three these days being a small business means navigating uncertainty in a constantly changing situation so if you're looking for one trusted source that will keep you informed daily visit the I heart radio small business crisis resource there you'll find small business resources to help you get through this including the latest info on loans grants and other forms of relief.

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710 WOR

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Have seventy four degrees partly cloudy skies at eight o'clock good evening I'm Steve greenfield peaceful protests have been taking place in the city thousands made their way to Union Square Columbus circle and McCarron park in Brooklyn cops were not wearing right masses they had been for over a week at grand army plaza in fact Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams joined the protesters taking a knee in memory of George Floyd and others who have died at the hands of police Adam said there needs to be an inter racism not only in the NYPD but the FDNY and every city agency mayor de Blasio ending the city's curfew a day earlier than planned the decision comes on the eve of the city beginning the reopening process so the curfew has ended it is out of the fact it will not be coming back and tomorrow something very very important happens is the beginning of phase one the restart of the city the restart of our economy the restart of the people's livelihood and Saturday March in new York's tenth consecutive day of protests following the death of George Floyd while in police custody changes are coming to the NYPD following the week of violence lease of self Audi reports street vendors will now be enforced by civilians not by police mayor de Blasio announcing some changes to policing at his news conference he said vendor code violations will no longer involved in officer eliminating a situation where tensions could escalate civilian agencies will take over the job the city will also hire community ambassadors to meet with high ranking NYPD to address community concerns the changes come as the city prepares for phase one re opening of retail stores for curbside in in store pickup and construction jobs leases held by the W. O. R. news another member of the Senate is taking to the streets to police to protest police brutality Utah senator Mitt Romney was marching in front of the White House earlier today joining protesters across the nation.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy four degrees under partly sunny skies in Boston it's six o'clock good evening I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's. the speaker of the house pulls the political trigger on impeachment saying no one is above the law Lucy announcing house Democrats will begin a formal impeachment inquiry of the president of the United States the president tonight calls it a total witch hunt and presidential harassment we have local reaction coming up as well but right now let's get more from ABC democratic let how. twenty three of president trump over Ukraine related to the president's call with Ukrainian leader in July and reports he withheld military aid and asked to cranes president to investigate the son of political rival Joe Biden here's house speaker Nancy Pelosi intelligence community inspector general formally notified to Congress that the administration was preventing him from turning over a whistle blower complaint. constitution day this is a violation of the law ABC's Jonathan Karl says unlike the Russian investigation Democrats along with house speaker Pelosi seem poised to act on the president's actions with Ukraine that sounded like a speaker of the house not simply beginning the process of impeachment but deciding that this president deserves to be impeached he said violation of the law twice she said seriously violated the constitution and betrayal of his oath of office that sounds to me like she is making the case president trump calling it a witch hunt Michelle Franzen ABC news and local reaction tonight from Massachusetts congresswoman Catherine Clark tweeting that house Democrats will be relentless in exposing the truth and Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton tweets he supported impeachment in two thousand seventeen and that's why this official inquiry is so important well a lot more coming up another special report from ABC news at the bottom of the hour governor Baker declares vaping a public health emergency one of the experts said quote that we don't have time to wait people are getting sick in the time to act is now close quote. I couldn't agree more he's banned all sales of vaping products in Massachusetts for four months and the Massachusetts public health council has judged unanimously approved the band as well it was first Michigan and New York and now Massachusetts has banned all flavored and non flavored vaping products that's juices governor Charlie Baker declaring a public health emergency announcing a form of band the CDC identifying more than five hundred long related illnesses related to vaping and E. cigarettes Michigan's ban does not affect tobacco flavored vaping products David Matteucci owns to vape stores governor Baker's order today we'll put him out of business. my way deep into tears customers are coming in while they still can and.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Following the news. seven minutes after one o'clock gorgeous day. twenty fourth day of September. seventy one degrees right now blues guys beautiful day today light winds down about forty nine tonight eighty one tomorrow and mostly sunny skies chance of rain on Thursday can rain on Friday. Thursday to Friday seventy four degrees right now gorgeous seventy one blues guys beautiful fall. day today we now on one thirty is an opportunity of we would I like to call in talk about anything that's on your mind anything about the news today or anything else between now one thirty we got a shot one four two four twelve sixty five oh five four two four. twelve sixty busy busy day in the news we'll talk to a congressional candidate today at one thirty. congressional district number three we'll get her take. on impeachment of the president. two o'clock today we'll talk to three directors of the Elliot trade trilogy. Alex said sen valley Rivera and robin Rick Rick Kuhn. they will all three be directing. three different plays well they'll explain it to you that's a two o'clock today we'll talk about whiskey at three o'clock today. makayla brown will be and we'll talk about the whiskey classic in the three thirty today. we'll talk about one hundred thousand poet for change with Marian's Fagan and a little bit. Jacobson. vent that will take place at Santa Fe community college. four two four twelve C. O. and I'm a give away some tickets today for soccer who want to go see New Mexico United few games left. we'll give away some tickets today for that same phone number..

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Choices with the goal of losing weight and keeping it off for good learn more at noon and O. M. dot com and by the listeners of KQED. sunny skies today temperatures ranging from the mid seventies at the coast to the upper eighties inland currently the temperature in Petaluma is eighty two in San Jose at seventy six and at SFO right now it's seventy four degrees. this is science Friday I'm IRA Plato we've heard about steep declines in the populations of certain species for instance just this February reports of a drop in insect populations world wine now another possible warning sign of global environment in crisis report in the journal science this week says that north American bird populations have declined by nearly three billion mess with it be three billion birds since nineteen seventy that's a loss of nearly one in four birds what is the cars and how do you count that kind of population decline Ken Rosenberg is one of the authors of that report and on the plight conservation scientist at the famous Cornell lab of ornithology in Ithaca welcome back to science Friday. thanks IRA that's a lot of birds isn't it. it is a lot of birds there a lot of birds out there but we're we've been seeing this steady decline and people who love birds in our after every day I've been noticing fewer and fewer birds and now we can put some hard numbers on those declines but there's still a lot of birds left right this is not a we're not talking about extinction here we're not and this is different from from other studies that are showing in and of course there are birds that are dropping towards extinction but what we're seeing here is like a whole nother level of biodiversity loss because we're seeing the loss of abundance among among common species of birds so it's not just the rare and threatened species but what we're finding is this pervasive loss among common familiar everyday for giving me an idea of what we're talking about what kind of birds. well some of the biggest losses are in grassland birds birds like meadow larks and horned lark Savannah sparrows but not only the specialist species one of the big surprising results is that other birds that are found out and farmland rural landscapes across America like red wing blackbirds are also in steep decline so what that's telling us is that habitat loss is so pervasive in that these environments are just not able to support basic bird life we have had birds go extinct them and and speaking specifically about the famous passenger pigeon right. that's right and we make an. we make an analogy in the paper one of our crofters had done this fascinating study where she was able to bring in whatever date existed from the passenger pigeon from the eighteen hundreds and essentially create a model of what the decline of the passenger pigeon might have looked like before it went extinct and that the climb looked a lot like what we're seeing today in these other common birds and nobody ever thought the passenger pigeon we've got extinct it was the most abundant bird that that ever lived on the continent but these declines look very similar and what it's telling us is that if we were if we have been monitoring bird's back at that time and people are paying attention and we are at that thirty percent loss point let's say it's very likely that we would have been able to prevent that extinction and do something about it and and is that the same case now can we prevent any loss of birds. well we might not be able to save everything but but that is what gives us hope and we have we have examples of birds more recently that we have recovered and and that we have brought back the bald eagle the peregrine falcon in those cases we knew what the problem was in it when we were able to ban DDT the harmful pesticide and pass laws that stop shooting of hawks and eagles these populations rebounded pretty quickly so we know birds can be resilient we know that they will respond positively to our actions if we do it but don't we have to know why they died off to begin with. that's true and we maybe got lucky in a sense with with the bald eagle because DDT was such an obvious factor and since these losses were seeing now are so pervasive they really across every single habitat then obviously multiple factors are at work and it's very complex and it's not it's not a simple thing but we do know in a lot of cases what what the major factors are in habitat loss and we know a lot of the things that are killing birds such as collisions with windows and buildings and predation by outdoor cats and these are things that we can do something about and we can minimize those bird deaths at the same time that we're working to protect and restore habitat isn't a changing climate have anything to do with this thing. well that's a good question this week of course and we thought about that a lot and climate change is obviously having an effect and it's probably going to be having more of an effect as we move forward but climate change is not the driver of these big declines it is habitat loss and so in a sense the habitat loss the issue is is it's right in front of us there's so much urgency there and for not protecting. restoring habitats and if there isn't enough habitat for these birds to survive in and move and not just birds other other wildlife to move into as climate change does whatever it's going to do on the landscape plan then it won't matter very much so we can't just focus on climate change into the future we have to make sure we're protecting these populations right now someone let me get a bit into the methodology this is fascinating to me hope to my ears so how do you know how do you count the bird populations. well we we we relied on two very independent sources of data and one of them were fairly simple counts that that have gone back fifty years or more that are done by bird watchers and we have because so many people love birds and can identify them we have this fantastic collaboration between the scientists and the amateur bird watchers were the scientists can design these surveys that are quite rigorous but they have bird watchers are the eyes and the ears out there scientists cannot collect this kind of data themselves so we have thousands of people out there collecting the data and then giving it back to the scientists who can then do these analyses and so we're very lucky to have this fifty year monitoring data set on bird populations we don't have anything like that for any other group of organisms but then the the weather radar data was a completely different source it doesn't rely on human observations and radar can see the migration that's happening in the sky and since most birds are actually migrating at night the radars picking up these bird migrations at night if you if you could even even see this on the weather channel if you see a big storm coming on when they show the radar that clutter that you see out behind the storm those are birds usually now so the weather the weather people filter that out but ornithologists have taken advantage of it and it's really only recently because we need super computers really to look at that at that scale hundred forty three of these NEXRAD weather radar stations and we're able to piece that together and look at the total mass of migration that's passing over the United States over the entire spring migration and we went back in to get back in time with that kind of data we're able to go back only eleven years but we saw a fourteen percent decline in the mass of migration passing over the United States and just an eleven year period. and that's about the same order of magnitude that we were seeing from the surveys so these two very independent sources of data error essentially telling us there's this major loss and that gives us a lot more confidence that the result is real do you have any confidence that the folks like us you know.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the nation. local this is Boston's news radio WBZ ten thirty and I heart radio station. seventy four degrees partly sunny right now very breezy in Boston at eleven thirty good morning to you on this Labor Day I'm TV gal here's what's happening. king Dorian's of winter weekend ever so slightly to one hundred and fifty five miles per hour taking the storm down one notch to a powerful category four she still leaving behind a trail of destruction in the Bahamas as the most powerful storm ever in recorded history to have the islands a seven year old boy there is the first reporter for tally from the hurricane he drowned while his family was trying to relocate from their home in the Abaco islands here's the latest and for CBS news hurricane Dorian is now over grand Bahama island it was a long night for ago island in the Bahamas dealing with Dorian's torrential rains and one hundred sixty five mile an hour winds. and the rain under the light it is present tenses in Poland for a World War two commemoration but spoke about Dorian we urge all of those in the path of hurricane door and to listen to your state and local emergency managers and take all necessary precautions now been several days of watching and waiting for Florida residents CBS news correspondent mark Strassman is in Saint Augustine Florida everyone who lives on this page and everyone who lives in Saint Augustine has to get out later today the county's imposing a mandatory evacuation order that begins later this morning as this hurricane moves closer to shore everyone agrees that door and looks daunting CBS news special report I'm but Michigan the national hurricane center now says Dorian will move dangerously close to the Florida east coast late today through Wednesday night it is eleven thirty one. some people have died and rescuers are still searching for dozens of others after a fire broke out aboard a dive boat all the southern California coast near Santa Cruz we get more details from CBS to Suzanne Marquez thirty four people remain unaccounted for but the Coast Guard is checking to see if some of them may have jumped at it into the water or made it to the rocks the last tweet from the US Coast Guard is that the vessel was on fire a group of crewmembers was rescued one had minor injuries and they're trying to evacuate the remaining passengers there have been reports of possible fatalities the Coast Guard has helicopter small boats in a patrol cutter in the area for search and rescue operation again off of Santa Cruz island that's about ninety miles from Los Angeles the seventy five four dive boat called conception caught fire early this morning well a herd of the northern side of the island the boat is owned by truth Aquatics in Santa Barbara keep it here on WBZ radio for continuing coverage of the boat fire in Santa Cruz.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy four degrees in Boston at four o'clock under cloudy skies good afternoon on this Tuesday thanks for being with us some Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening right now breaking news out of Shirley mass five officers are injured after an incident over at the Souza Baranowski correctional center the prison remains in walk down after the morning incident that means restricted movement and restricted visitations we call the prison from the WBZ news room and got this message the name of this is a very nasty correctional center all visits have been canceled until further notice a spokesman for the department of corrections tells us an inmate attacked an officer assigned to the G. one general population housing unit this morning the officer radioed for help after that inmates were removed from the area while officials investigate it in addition as I mentioned the officer assaulted for responding correctional officers were taken to the hospital for evaluation and treatment will have the latest on this coming out as surely in the coming minutes and hours here on WBZ news radio and streaming is always on the I heart radio app over at the federal courthouse in Boston Lori Laughlin and her husband will be allowed to use the same attorney in the college admissions scandal WBZ TV is least aggression is in the courtroom she says the couple will have to sign a document waiving their right to separate representation the founder of a residential rehab for young women faces a judge in Lowell now accused of assault and attempted rape of a young woman WBZ's Karen regal was in the courthouse and has this report Tim Grover has been featured here on WBZ as a caring father who lost a daughter to an overdose in court he was presented as a dangerous man who followed the young woman is a local high school and try to write for who was sold to the student in a custodian and attack police once outside he.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"DTC parkway also in the tech center another act this one south down I twenty five year to twenty five traffic start agenda behind that otherwise crash on federal north of I seventy Denver whether calling for partly cloudy skies tonight with a slight chance of rain overnight of sixty three tomorrow partly sunny than a chance of afternoon rain high Sunday of eighty six looking ahead to Monday mostly sunny than a slight chance of rain I Monday of ninety currently seventy four degrees I'm just in Tyler on K. way newsradio Colorado's news traffic and weather station hi Steve Logan then Rick Lewis we certainly hope you're enjoying Broncos country tonight every weekday starting at four o'clock but Hey we're still here Dave and are bringing you Broncos preseason action all month long and recapping I will be back with you every weekday starting September first a lot of big changes coming okay away so stick around we can't wait to get back at the beginning September third on pay away eight fifty AM in ninety four one half an selling your home is a very personal experience and you want a real true understands your needs like in needing to sell your house quickly and for more money Chad Madeline gets it he sold over five thousand houses in Colorado alone and as a thank you he wants to offer this incredible promotion Chad will sell your house and he sells home three times faster for three percent more for just two percent commission call three zero three eight nine hundred eighty five seventy or facile guaranteed dot com for more music in general and the team meeting he was born without legs it he played three different sports in high school and college this is Gerry Sherman join me for Mason Americans on my guest this week is a phenomenal Dan Stevens this morning at eight right here on KO a news radio you to talk to lease a car call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Lisa from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy four degrees sad three thirty good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening former special counsel Robert Muller with not one but two rounds of testimony today on Capitol Hill about his investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election that testimony has now ended Malik friend several hours testified before the house Judiciary Committee and then before the intelligence committee president trump repeatedly referred to the investigation that Malik conducted as a witch on today Muller said it was not on many occasions while referred to is reported did not elaborate on his answers despite being pressed by both Democrats and Republicans we get more now with a special report from ABC Robert Moore says there's a headline in his report on Russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election that's been under played over the course of my career I've seen a number of challenges to our democracy the Russian government efforts to interfere in our election is among the most serious and I am sure that the committee agrees Muller testifying this afternoon to the house intelligence committee earlier today Miller told the Judiciary Committee president trump was not totally exonerated by his investigation White House press secretary Stephanie Gresham wasn't impressed prism says in a statement quote the last three hours have been an epic embarrassment for the Democrats Grisham adds expect more of the same in the second half that's not a surprising reaction from the White House but it's also not specific when it comes to the more than three hours hearing president trump notably did not respond directly on Twitter as the hearing unfolded Karen Travers ABC news the White House the president has been doing a lot of re tweeting this afternoon Scott Goldberg ABC news and Democrats and Republicans pressed Mauler during these hearings of testimony today on certain aspects of the case trying to get the former special counsel to support their cases well it always promised referred to his report for answers and avoided answering questions that were beyond his scope or is he called outside his purview and that made the optics look a little weak for Mahler times I spoke with that about that with Linda beauty she is a professor of legal studies and program director of justice studies at lasalle college I think there were two things here what is that there were certain optics that came across in the hearing and then there were the legal aspects that came across in hearing as a former prosecutor I thought you're right that the optics did not come across as well as they might have and I think as a consummate prosecutor he was trying to be an extremely clean and fair the part that you didn't get to action behind when he is ever to be so careful so I think we believe you one difficult as you say is that from a Christian point of view it appeared both the Republican that Democrats war get what we want the questioning and the analysis that he did a much more on the Muller.

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The Weather Machine explores the army of scientists and supercomputers behind our forecasts

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:01 min | 2 years ago

The Weather Machine explores the army of scientists and supercomputers behind our forecasts

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by smart water smart water is on a mission dad fresh thinking to the world that's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus ph helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant without its selenium helps you find balance fear body and mind and now you could order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourselves will think you're so smart water that's pretty smart local meteorologists who tells you whether everyday there's a huge hidden team of scientists an engineer behind them from american public media this is marketplace tech i'm initially infirm hollywood we couldn't always predict whether it's taking a huge strides and physics atmospheric science computer science and engineering to connect the dots between what's going on in the sky at any given moment to weather will have a rainstorm next week and that effort has become much bigger more international and more expensive involving supercomputers the international space station satellites in ever more advanced models it's also more important as climate change brings more extreme an unpredictable weather author andrew blom said i understand the technology and the people behind all this his new book is the weather machine a journey inside the forecast so simply put what is the weather machine the weather machine is my word for this global infrastructure of weather observation and and prediction so we kind of think of it as you know maybe if we check the weather it says you know the weather in central park today is you know 'perfect seventy four degrees but it also takes many other pieces like satellites orbiting earth or hovering above the earth different looking looking atmosphere in different ways and then all of that has to feed back to these supercomputer weather models that are really the source of the forecast as we know it today and that's really a big change over the last ten twenty years but the weather models really the heart of it now so whether production is part of this incredibly complex system of as you said computer modeling satellites and then also the humans at the end of it but what you detailing her book are the physical places where the weather machine happens did you have a favorite place i think the place where i ended up sort learning the sort of had most profound sense of how this all fits together was an island off the coast of norway called dude sierra it's been a weather observation point four hundred fifty years and it still has now the sort of you know most high tech whether equipment that you can get a as a human observer to keep an eye on it but the thing that's been remarkable last night steady just only a few decades is that because of the way the weather models work there like a science experiment every day there's this sort of hypothesis that says okay you know are are are physical simulation the atmosphere says says this is what the weather will be tomorrow very point on earth and then we can prove you know by are observations if that was correct the current sort of way that they meteorologists describe it is the models are getting better day a decade which is to say with each passing decade stage they can predict a day farther to the future what has that incremental change in weather technology meant for a technological advances outside of this science isolated in a way you know there's a lot of a lot of folks who sort of working tackler blurb it quickly say oh this is machine learning in a sense it is but it's based on actual laws of physics and it goes back to equations that a norwegian meteorologist building beer kunis sort of first wrote down over a hundred years ago but it's remarkable to me that it's kind of existed existed quietly and its own in its on its own tracks community rather than than than as a result of what we did sort of broader chatter now in the silicon valley about machine learning and artificial intelligence i think the world could probably learn from the global cooperation that comes in studying the weather and it's also it's it's all been done for the public good and that's one of the really contentious things right now is now that we do leave in the sort of a new whether regime you know the weather does doing thinks it hasn't done before i there's a lot more money at stake end up with more money at stake there are more sort of private companies coming in and saying well this is pretty expensive but it might actually be worth it were just beginning to see an inkling of how does this private weather prediction mike compete with the true global public good there has been the way it's been done four hundred fifty years that was andrew bloom author of the weather machine a journey into the forecast i'm chilling and that's marketplace tech this is apn this marketplace podcast is brought to you by until a track tracking hundreds or even thousands of items at a time can 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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy four degrees in Boston at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm Suzanne sauce Ville. Here's what's happening. It's confirmed the president will meet with North Korea's leader when Mr. Trump visits the DMC later today. I put out the word and he got back. And he wanted to do it from the beginning Sodi Mr. Trump said at a news conference in South Korea, a short time ago that the meeting will be little more than a handshake. That'd be meeting with chairman Kim. I look forward to it very much look forward to seeing him. We've developed a very good relationship, and we understand each other. I do believe he understands me, and I think I may be understand him. It's the first meeting between the US and North Korean leaders at the demilitarized zone since nineteen fifty three two. More arrests have been made in connection with the recent shooting of Red Sox. Slugger. David Ortiz that word from authorities in the Dominican Republic. ABC's REO Russia says the manhunt for another suspect continues tonight at third suspect is wanted here in the United States. Dominican officials have requested assistance from US federal authorities in tracking him down. We do know Ortiz still in the hospital. In good condition. His wife says he's on the road to recovery. Officials in the DR say Ortiz was not the intended target, and the shooting was a case of mistaken identity. A Fall River woman is now charged with murder in connection with a deadly road rage incident. The Plymouth county DA's office says Jacqueline Mendez stab Jennifer Landry of Brockton in the neck Friday afternoon after the two got into a traffic incident in Brockton. The victim was airlifted to Boston medical center where she later died, a Massachusetts mom allegedly drives her car into the water with her three young kids inside. WBZ TV's Jim Smith reports. Police in Portsmouth, Rhode Island arrived to find the chill iota SUV already partially submerged in the waters of the lot in valley reservoir. Investigators say the operator of that vehicle was thirty year old Amanda nappy of Milford. Massachusetts. Police say when nap. Drove into the water. Her three young children were with her inside the SUV NAPPI, and the three kids were all taken to the hospital as a precaution, but they're all physically. Okay. Police say the kids were later turned over to the Massachusetts department of children and families as for nappy she was arrested and charged with three counts of cruelty to or neglect of a child cancellations and delays.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seventy four degrees, and mostly sunny in New York. I'm Bob Brown. Now. It's trending on seventy seven WABC and WABC radio dot com. The man found guilty of murdering former high school classmates, Sarah stern being sentenced to life in prison plus an additional ten years snack, it has knee was found guilty of killing stern, and then tossing her body off a New Jersey bridge in two thousand sixteen prosecutors say, the twenty one year old strangled stern at her Neptune home, then with the help of his friend Preston Taylor through her body into the shark river inlet from the route thirty five bridge in Belmar the nineteen year old's body was never found Taylor will be sentenced next week. I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven WABC news. There's a boil water order in Long Beach Nassau County executive saying the order was given after strains of choline were found than routine water test at home earlier today. Only water that should be consumed in the city of Long Beach is boiled or bottled water. Even if you're brushing your teeth. Thirties warning residents to take precautions and boil drinking water for at least one minute residents can check Long Beach, NY dot gov. For updates also on Long Beach police say there doesn't appear to be any evidence of foul play after the body of a woman was found along shoreline. New study show, smartphones may be linked to a horn like structure growing on the inside of people skull. Scientists say extensive screen time bending the head down for extended periods of time and poor posture. Maybe the cause for the physiological changes data closing down thirty four NASDAQ down nineteen the SNP down three Mets taking on the cubs Chicago yanked at the stadium against Houston. And the return of Aaron judge he forecast in the Ramsey Mazda weather center, tonight, some clouds, otherwise mostly clear lows in the mid sixties, your Saturday, sunny and warm, highs in the low eighties tomorrow.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventy four degrees at one o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump is heading into dangerous territory by threatening tariffs on Mexico. Trump is trying to push Mexico into stopping the flow of illegal immigrants into the US talking with reporters at the capitol today Pelosi called it a distraction from the mullahs report saying American consumers will be punished by tariffs on Mexico news came that the president had this notion that he was gonna treat Mexico, as an enemy Adela Gatien for Mexico's meeting with top Trump administration officials to try and find a way to prevent the tariffs from taking effect. Mexico's foreign minister Marcelo broad is set to meet with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo in Washington to try and reach an agreement that will satisfy. President Trump's calls for Mexico to do more on stopping illegal immigration, and stave off, escalating tariffs on all Mexican goods. It follows Mexican counterparts already meeting with trade representatives here in the US this week Mexico has voiced optimism for getting a deal done to avoid tariffs and the plan is unpopular among both Democrats and Republicans. But President Trump says he thinks it's quote more likely that the tariffs go on, Mark Remillard, ABC news. A President Trump today. Join Queen Elizabeth other world leaders and three hundred were war veterans in Portsmouth, England Mark tomorrow, seventy fifth anniversary of d day, President Trump reading from a prayer that was read to America by FDR seventy five years ago. I the righteous of our cause our sons will triumph. Some will never return embrace these father and receive them the heroin servants into that kingdom. President Trump is now traveled to Ireland a judge today banned the estranged husband of the missing new Canaan mom from seeing his children should he make bail photos. Dulas remains locked up as thority clues. In the disappearance of Jennifer deluxe, who hasn't been seen in twelve days. He's charged with evidence tampering. Authorities are pursuing bloody clues in their search for Jennifer Delos. A federal judge is ruling that a lawsuit against the MTA to put more elevators and city subway stations is moving forward. Disability advocate. Monica Bartley was part of a rally outside the Brooklyn courthouse and said, subways should benefit. Everyone seniors pregnant,.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is seventy four degrees in paradise valley. I'm Jamie west. Arizona's immigration crisis zone is immigration crisis. President Trump says he's putting a five percent tariff on all goods from Mexico and that could rise to twenty five percent the longer the immigration crisis goes on valley economist, Jim round says this is very bad news for Zona. I question who was advising the president on these topics because this makes no sense. Arizona congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick tweeted to the president, quote, I thought you were a businessman. This is a horrible policy, and we'll have a devastating impact on our local economy. Why are you hurting? Our southern Arizona, small businesses. We'll have more on the expected effects of the tariffs on Arizona's with KTAR, Jim cross coming up at seven thirty, and has the supreme court weighs challenge to a White House plan to ask about citizenship on the twenty twenty census opponents tell the court they have found new evidence, ACO US and a letter to the high court citing what it calls smoking gun evidence that government officials lied in sworn testimony about why. The citizenship question was added to the twenty twenty senses, the ACLU claims the evidence shows that a longtime redistricting specialist who played a role in adding the question did. So in order to create an advantage for in his words, quote, Republican and non Hispanic whites that could call into question administration claims that the question was added to eight enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. The Justice department says the claims are false. Mark Remillard, ABC news. Seven twenty five now and from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Seventy four degrees in Mesa. I'm Jamie west it's national police week and an exclusive one on one interview with the mayor of Phoenix KTAR's Aglietta went in depth on the shortage at EVA's largest police department and what she's doing to address it right now in budget season. And we have a city budget that will include hiring three hundred new police officers year to date, the Phoenix police department currently has three hundred fifteen fewer officers than ten years ago may your Kate geigo hopes to fix that. She's working with the police chief in the city council to improve public safety in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Anything we can do to be better partner for officers and be a force more acquire whether it's investing in technology or just getting more officers trained in out on the streets is really important guy. Ego says they're working to better equip them to solve crimes just signed some paperwork for us to get technology to allow us to. To locate shots that were fired plus today, the city is voting on new DNA testing technology, which we actually learned about through the hacienda healthcare situation where we needed to test DNA for more than one hundred employees to find out who was the father of a baby of a rape victim. A recent study ranked Irizawa one of the worst states to be a police officer mayor geigo is committed to change that city Phoenix has launched a task force to look at officer retention. So how do we make sure that police officers who have experienced and training want to stay on the job, and that will be really important as well. We want our experienced officers to continue to be interested in serving. She says almost every month going forward for the rest of the year being police will be hiring an hosting back toback academies producing more Phoenix police officers in hopes of ending the shortage, Ali vetnar, KTAR news. Learn more about Phoenix's budget and its plan to address the police shortage a KTAR dot com coming up at seven thirty as we continue to dig into zone is immigration crisis. Here a democrat for mayor. Arizona's siding with President Trump on what should happen to migrants seeking asylum. KTAR Jim cross we'll have the story. Here's any Sullivan for the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Seventy four degrees with KLIF news and information, I'm free to Ross. The news is brought to you by the good contractors list. A funeral was held Saturday. For the mother of former First Lady, Laura. Bush Jenna Welch died Friday in Midland. She was ninety nine in an Instagram post, Laura. Bush called her mother a true daughter of west Texas who loved her family, books and nature. She was born on July twenty fourth nineteen nineteen in Little Rock. Arkansas won't was raised near El Paso, she and her husband Herro Welsh moved to Midland in nineteen forty six after he returned from serving in World War, Two California. Aerospace company is relocating its headquarters to the Fort Worth area. Industries known for manufacturing parts for military aircraft is moving its headquarters out of California to a twelve thousand square foot facility in Alito industrial park off. I twenty. Eighty and Markham ranch road Airmax president Tim brises says with no state income tax and reasonable fuel and property prices. They look forward to moving and growing their operation in Tarrant county. Airmax will be relocating this September bringing more jobs and economic opportunities for the Fort Worth area. Cat kale? I f news and now the Gail traffic watch. Here's Dave Allen. The end Arlington. Southbound three sixty at park road drive. The left lane is closed for construction just seen moderate traffic volume from Abram St. now also road work on southbound three sixty green oaks, boulevard kings would boulevard only the left lane is getting through. This has you backed up to twenty in downtown Dallas, a disabled vehicle northbound I thirty five just after all Rogers, this has the right lane blocked with KLIF right now. Traffic on Dave Allen, sunny skies with a high in the low eighties in the forecast for this afternoon. But we will see some rain tomorrow, partly cloudy skies.

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You should never wash raw chicken

Curiosity Daily

01:22 min | 2 years ago

You should never wash raw chicken

"Should never wash raw chicken you heard that right? You are not supposed to wash raw chicken, and knowing why will help you protect yourself and your family and friends from potential food poisoning. Here's the deal one of the most common causes of food poisoning. In the US comes from 'Bacterial. You find in raw chicken, these nasty cells are called compiler b-actor, and they're typically found on meat and poultry that's been contaminated during processing if your chicken has been contaminated, and you splash water on it. Bacteria will spread to everything the droplets touch as in your hands. Cooking tools, kitchen, counters and clothing. Yikes. So don't use water instead here a few pro tips from the UK's. Nah. National health service to avoid food poisoning from Rochester. I keep it covered and chilled. Be sure to store your chicken at the bottom of the fridge to avoid dripping, contaminated juices on other food. Also, remember to wash your hands and used utensils make sure everything that has come in contact with a raw chicken has been thoroughly scrubbed and finally remembered to cook chicken thoroughly your chickens should be steaming hot all the way through have cleared juices. And no pink meet us a meat thermometer. If you have one to ensure the chicken has reached at least one hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit or seventy four degrees celsius, whatever you do just say no to chicken, baths, if you wash your chicken, it's you that will end up in hot

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"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"seventy four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On US three a one just north of Mingo road with a complete roadblock. Due to a serious crash near palm tree drive and watch for lane closures if you're traveling on the veteran southbound at exit six and eight Elizabeth James NewsRadio WFL a. Stink quite warm for this weekend. And you also notice it will feel rather. Steamy thanks to the higher humidity. The humidity levels will stay abnormal high through the overnight period. We'll start off with patchy clouds on Sunday morning, right around seventy four degrees. Very lately. Cold front will bring in thirty percent. Rain chance. Your high temperature eighty seven degrees a bit cooler on Monday with a high of seventy nine marine forecasts Southwind ten knots with two foot seas and a light shop on inland waters. I'm used channel eight meteorologist Ed bloods worth. Newsradio WFL streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices by the I heart radio app. Yes. Now. Three. From coast to coast on the internet. This is coast to coast AM. Now, here's your guest host, Richard Serra. Welcome back. One of faceless hair covered entity emerged from the wooded hills of Louisiana, Missouri on July eleventh, nineteen seventy-two no one could have predicted the terror and frenzy that would follow the apparent beast which walked upright and carried the remains of a dead animal was first spotted by three young witnesses as it lurked in the shadows of off hill behind their home within a short time, others cut glimpse. Glimpses of the Harry thing as it stocked the countryside while eerie lights.

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Nike, Lord Kerr Meyer and Chuck Ingram discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Nike, Lord Kerr Meyer and Chuck Ingram discussed on Mike McConnell

"Seven hundred wwl w latest forecast. From the News Radio seven hundred wwl weather center. I heart radio station sunshine today with a high of ninety two there will be a slight chance of afternoon, rain showers. It is a seventy four degrees right now. Now

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Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

Scott Sloan

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Kerry Perry out as USA Gymnastics CEO

"It's seventy four degrees. When's it okay? For police to use a taser on a child that question's been raised ever since. It's this anti officer used his taser to stop an eleven year old girl suspected of shoplifting from the spring grove Kroger. Several members of council of questioned the current policy which allows the use of tasers on someone as young as seven was actively resisting arrest, at least you've Elliott is Stuart city hall this morning to talk about this before councils law and public safety committee. Well, Cincinnati bell pull its name off the streetcar this week marks the two year anniversary of the Cincinnati bell connector running on the streets of Cincinnati. And the sponsor says it's reconsidering paying for the naming rights Enquirer says since I bells expressed concerns with the city over operation of the street. Car contract for naming rights give Cincinnati bell. And now if the streetcar becomes the object of ridicule it's never met expectations for ridership which continues to decline in the first year averaged about two thousand rides per day. Now that numbers down to fourteen hundred Red Stripe to even up the series in Pittsburgh tonight with parrots airtime. Here is six zero five former red Brandon Phillips is returning to the major leagues with a shot at a championship. Ring. He's expected to be called up by Boston today to help with their pennant drive. Couldn't handle the heat Roger Federer out of the US. Open beaten last night by an unseeded player from Australia better says John millman handled the hot humid conditions better than he did tonight. And let's just one of those nights where I guess I felt I couldn't get air snow circulation at all and. I don't know. For some reason, I just struggled in the conditions tonight. Veterans lost means there will not be a rematch of the western and southern finals at the US open between Federer and Novak Djokovic, Fairfield gymnastics. Coach didn't even last a week as the elite development coordinator for the US women's program. Mary Lee, Tracy runs. Cincinnati gymnastics academy was hired and fired within days her dismissal came after a number of gymnasts question, why the program would bring in someone who defended a doctor who abused hundreds of girls. Now, the president of US gymnastics is out as well. In her nine months on the job, USA gymnastics, president and CEO Kerry Perry has been criticized for her lack of leadership and communication. USA gymnastics had no title sponsor for its national championships last month following the Dr Larry Nassar scandal. Only forty seven of the seventy approved recommendations were fully implemented. The Perry created athlete task force. Did not include one Nassar survivor, USA gymnastics recently hired a coach who supported Dr Larry.

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Walt Disney World workers land deal for $1,000 bonuses and $15 minimum wage

Gurvey's Law

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Walt Disney World workers land deal for $1,000 bonuses and $15 minimum wage

"After contract negotiations dragged on for almost a. Year Disney reached a deal late last night with unions that would raise the minimum wage for Walt Disney World resort workers to fifteen dollars an hour, by the year twenty twenty one. The agreement would increase starting wages by fifty, percent workers would also get the thousand. Dollar bonuses they were promised earlier this year the new agreement will be voted on by union. Members on September

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Atlanta, Attorney and Forsyth County Sheriff Office discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

01:38 min | 3 years ago

Atlanta, Attorney and Forsyth County Sheriff Office discussed on Clark Howard

"Into November Associated Press projecting Missouri attorney general. Josh Hollywood's the Republican Senate primary to face democratic Senator Claire mccaskill AP projects Michigan attorney. General Bill Schutte wins the Republican governors primary Chuck. Sivertsen ABC, news right now seventy four degrees In Atlanta isolated, thunderstorms diminishing, tonight becoming partly cloudy low seventy-five mix of clouds and sun with, a forty percent chance of showers tomorrow highs ninety one Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast, is coming up Breaking news first I this is w. SP twenty four, hour continuing news New Mexico. Sheriff says searchers have found. The remains of a small boy on the property, worth authorities raided a makeshift compound in search of a missing Clayton county child towels county sheriff Jerry ho. Graphs said today thorns are awaiting a positive I d of the remains that were found. Atlanta police update the investigation into a shooting death on, I twenty last week they're looking for a mystery woman they're looking for a woman who may have been on. A date with the, shooting victim you don't, believe that she is involved in the, homicide but any time line she can give us or any other information she could give us would be extremely beneficial it's believed the woman whoever she is match shooting. Victim, Rodriguez Casteel a dating app and they've been do a pair of restaurants in Decatur earlier in the evening how, the car later ended up stopped at the interstate at MLK drive is, another mystery Chris Chandler WSB and the search continues for a nineteen year old man who vanished after a jog along the chattahoochee the Forsyth county sheriff Office says Byron Grogan went for a run around nine pm Monday near chattahoochee point park off. Of, Atlanta road, his car's been found but he has not WSB news time.

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100th PGA Championship this week at Bellerive

Steve Cochran

03:37 min | 3 years ago

100th PGA Championship this week at Bellerive

"Just good morning everyone seventy, four degrees in, Chicago on her way, to, eighty two voters are. Heading to the polls in five. States today including a. Special, house election in Ohio President Trump tweeting in support of the GOP candidate there but the. Democrat is neck and neck according to recent polls ABC news White House. Chief. Correspondent Jonathan Karl this is even a competitive, race is a, major sign of trouble for Republicans Donald Trump carried. This district by double, digits it is also a district Republicans have held for decades the last Republican congressman in the last race won by more than thirty five points a win here for Democrats. Would be a, sure sign of. A Blue, Wave coming On November twelfth congressional district in Ohio Republican Troy baldur's and faces, democrat, Danny, O'Connor back here at home a search is underway for a seventy six. Year old. Rolling meadows man who. Went missing on Saturday while collecting rent on the south, side Vasudeva Kennedy. Was last seen on surveillance. Footage he was at a Bank depositing checks at sixty. Ninth and Ashland at about six fifteen Saturday academy made a, few phone calls but he hasn't been, heard from since then about a year ago relatives say, he was clubbed from behind while working at one of his. Rental properties, and his, car was stolen a. Group of good Samaritans rescued a woman from Lake Michigan over the weekend it. Happened during a boat race Saturday in northwest. Indiana fifty four year old Lisa guessing you're was pulled. Out of the pulled out from just offshore of Washington park beach in. Some high. Rip currents so that were happening on the lake over the weekend she is hot Hospitalized we're learning today in critical. Condition and those are. The headline sports is sponsored by northwestern football's Chicago's big ten team Adam angles leaping catch the wall took a three round home or away from the Yankees but did not keep them. From winning seven nothing over the White Sox ending the SOX four game winning streak of the Yankees five game losing streak this, series continues tonight Rinaldo Lopez facing CC's bath whose nineteen hundred six. All time against the socks the pre-game six thirty five first pitch tonight at seven ten on WGM how your. Bias has taken over the National League RBI lead eighty eight after he homered. And doubled homerun and cubs three, one winning Kansas, City game two of that. Series tonight cubs game and a half up on the brewers there are getting ready for the what hundredth PGA, championship some. Weather issues this morning halting practice at Bellerive country club. Near Saint Louis Louis first round is Thursday beautiful golf course beautiful view played it I have been only, once and not because there was an incident it was the only opportunity I had but I've lived in Saint. Louis couple of radiations it is the? Hottest place on. Earth it is hotter than. The sun in Saint Louis this time of year I mean. A heat, index today a billion degrees that's what I, heard that's why they had to stop play they actually. Are slowing down the greens which could it make for even lower scores because they can't. Allow them. To burn out and that'll happen if they come to shirt right right, yeah, it's that's what Dustin Johnson was talking about, yesterday said the. Greens agrees are in pretty good shape but, they, are, a little slower than you would think and Serena Williams says she has struggled with postpartum emotions since the birth of her daughter. Last week she suffered the, most lopsided defeat. Of her career.

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Federal judge orders Trump administration to restore DACA

The Great Outdoors

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Federal judge orders Trump administration to restore DACA

"This morning we do have long term construction though moving north or southbound on four ten Marbot the turnaround lanes are blocked off you have. Construction southbound. Sixteen oh four from military. All the way down to highway ninety and thirty-five access road north and. Southbound at eleven oh three alternating lanes blocked until October I'm Steven FOSS NewsRadio, twelve hundred w away from. The roofing dot com weather center dry started the. Weekend on this Saturday with a few clouds initially then some afternoon signed China's the high approaches ninety four clear to. The evening the low tonight will drop to seventy five and partly cloudy and slightly. Warmer tomorrow the hype to ninety five degrees I'm meteorologist Jeff marr from the Weather Channel on San. Antonio's official weather, station, NewsRadio twelve hundred w.. O. AI morning clouds seventy four degrees Six oh one at, NewsRadio twelve hundred w flames lit up the skies overnight on. The city's far west side is a two alarm apartment fire tore through, one building and threatened several others nearby thirty. Five fire units responding to that call at the Stony Brook apartments on border brick drive off timber hill no one reported injured it took. An hour. To contain the blaze no. Word yet on its cause a federal judge has ordered the Trump administration. To fully restore the deferred action for childhood arrivals or DACA program United States, District Judge John debates issued. The ruling Friday saying the White House failed to. Provide justification for ending the program President Obama started DACA to provide work permits and deferrals from deportation to eight hundred. Thousand dreamers the judge is delaying implementation for twenty days to give the Trump. Administration. Time to decide if it wants to appeal his decision White nationalists are. Expected to converge on the nation's capital for a unite the right rally August twelfth and. The city's metro transit systems considering giving them a private train to get there to prevent violence but the idea is causing controversy.

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Court calls Trump "sanctuary cities" executive order unconstitutional

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Court calls Trump "sanctuary cities" executive order unconstitutional

"There's federal tax in Bank fraud trial jurors heard details of former Trump campaign chair. Paul manafort's lavish spending a federal appeals court rules that President. Trump's executive order threatening to withhold funding from sanctuary cities is unconstitutional by a two to one vote. The ninth US circuit court of appeals said that without congressional authorization, the president cannot refuse to disperse federal grant money to achieve a policy objective of punishing cities that adopts so called sanctuary policies. ABC's, Aaron, Katersky, US officials tell ABC news that in the next two days, Iran will stage a large-scale naval exercise in these strategically important strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf. It's an exercise that usually takes place in the fall as many as one hundred smaller Ronnie and boats involve. The defense department says it is monitoring the situation. You're listening to ABC news, stay connected, stay informed, KOMO news. KOMO news time five oh two in Seattle right now we have mostly sunny skies. Seventy four degrees.

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Legionnaires’ cases double in NYC neighborhood

2 Lights Media

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Legionnaires’ cases double in NYC neighborhood

"R the radio home of the mets i heart radio station seventy four degrees and cloudy at four o'clock good morning i'm rod dawson two more cases of legionnaires disease are reported in upper manhattan bringing the total number to sixteen people in the hamilton heights and lower washington heights neighborhoods are getting more concerned and say they're not getting enough information from health officials about the latest cases i think there should be more awareness and more flyers around the whole neighborhood find out about this it's not great seven of the people who are ill are in the hospital all the visuals are investigating cooling towers on the apartment buildings could be feeling legionella bacteria growth another place for sports betting opens up in new jersey and it's the first in close proximity to new york city the mental ends race track in east rutherford officially started taking bets much to the delight of ceo jeff girl i honestly think in a couple of years people will look back and say what took so long there was a sense of urgency to open the fan duel sportsbook just before the world cup final which is today it's the fourth sports betting outlet to open new jersey since the supreme court cleared the way for states to allow gambling w o r sports mets beat the nationals seven four they try to take three or four from the nationals in the series finale this afternoon at cities field mets ondeck starts at twelve five first pitch at one ten right here on wwl are yankees edge the indians five four and now the w o r weather channel forecast overnight cloudy occasional rain showers with an isolated thunderstorm possible then later today scattered thunderstorms in the morning then remaining cloudy during the day high eighty eight tonight partly cloudy low seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny in the morning increasing clouds during the day a stray shower or thunderstorm possible in the afternoon high eighty nine it's seventy four degrees right now the next update at five and breaking news at once up with len berman and michael riedel in the morning tomorrow morning from six to ten i'm rob dawson on seven ten w are an nbc news radio station the following is a paid program w o ours airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the.

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Indianapolis, John Herrick and Mayor Fox discussed on Chicks On the Right

Chicks On the Right

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Indianapolis, John Herrick and Mayor Fox discussed on Chicks On the Right

"Wip ipc mobile news all the level of the less and less plastic straws it's sunny and seventy four degrees in downtown indianapolis i'm john herrick and here's what's trending at nine thirty three american airlines is the latest company to ban plastic straws the airline said it will start to eliminate plastic straws from its lounges this month and replace them with biodegradable straws the change begins november a top member of the company said airlines is committed to doing its part to sustain the planet for future generations of travelers the city of san francisco swears in its first african american female mayor fox's carmen roberts reports london breed walks into the record books today as san francisco's first black woman mayor she may bring a different take on the city which embodies extreme wealth and poverty in the modern age breed is a native of san francisco who grew up in public housing and earned a master's degree in public administration from the university of san francisco she's pledged.

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U.S. judge to hold hearing over Puerto Ricans facing eviction

Orlando's Morning News

01:40 min | 3 years ago

U.S. judge to hold hearing over Puerto Ricans facing eviction

"Weather and traffic four hours a day it starts now samantha reminds me i should point out that there is video of that shooting we were just talking about a moment ago that was caught on video and boy it's real hard to tell hearted tale mad if you're one of those police officers it's hard to tell who's the good guy and who's the bad guy you see a guy reaching for a gun and that's how these things sometimes go down seventy four degrees good morning it's now five thirty it's going to be about ninety three degrees today the heat index is gonna feel as hot as one hundred three hundred four later this afternoon our top story this morning day's lesson because i could be in the streets right now we have new developments morning lawyers for hundreds of puerto rican evacuee families here in central florida we'll try to convince a judge today to keep the federal aid coming if they don't those families could be homeless by the end of the week the move comes after advocates filed a lawsuit against fema more the seventeen hundred puerto ricans almost six hundred of them in florida receiving assistance through the tsa program assistance was supposed to stop this past saturday but us district judge leo sorkin granted a temporary restraining order after a lawsuit was filed against fema evacuees are still bracing for the worst they know that ability that we are going to be taken out of here the new deadline is expected to be thursday july fifth lawyers are set to go to court today at noon akeem dixon news ninety six point five wdbo president trump floating a new tax plan that could save middle class families a lot of money on that story coming up on orlando's morning news this is news ninety six point five devi o where orlando turns first for breaking news.

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Supreme Court says Trump's travel ban is legal

All Things Considered

04:39 min | 3 years ago

Supreme Court says Trump's travel ban is legal

"Revive year period making him the eighteenth highest prescriber in new york sloan pleaded not guilty at his arraignment today so as attorney says narcotics or appropriate for treating some kinds of chronic pain an accounting the pills prescribed is misleading and in new jersey governor murphy still has not reached a budget deal with the legislature lawmakers in his own party say the disagreement comes over murphy's plan to raise taxes but political columnist charlie style of the record newspaper says the fight dates back to the last election on the governor failed to defend senate president steve sweeney from attacks by the teacher's union this fostered the impression that murphy really wanted sweeney taken out and it lingers and so there is this bad blood between the two the budget deadline is june thirtieth tonight partly cloudy low around sixty four degrees currently seventy four degrees at five oh six support for npr comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs and new screener questions to build their shortlist preferred candidates learn more at indeed dot com slash higher from npr news this is all things considered i'm mary louise kelley the us supreme court today upheld president trump's travel ban decision that grants braun power to the president on matters involving immigration and national security the vote was five to four with the courts conservatives pleasing policing few limits on presidential power in this regard the dissenting liberal justices accused the majority of making a historic mistake here's npr legal affairs correspondent nina totenberg just seven days after taking office president trump signed the first version of the travel ban leading to chaotic scenes in airports across the globe the first and second versions of the travel ban were struck down by the lower courts and today a five justice supreme court majority upheld version three writing for the majority chief justice john roberts said that the constitution and the existing federal laws grant exceptionally brought a thorough eighty to the president the language of the statute quote exudes deference to the president he said if the president finds that the entry of certain aliens would be detrimental to the interests of the united states they may be kept out of the country trump's twelve page proclamation in version three is more than enough to meet that standard he said especially when coupled with the elaborate administrative review that took place before enacting the third version of the ban turning to the challengers claim that the travel ban was based on an unconstitutional bias against muslims the chief justice did not dispute president trump's consistently anti muslim statements but he said the issue before us is not whether to denounce the statements it is instead whether those statements have any significance whether they ultimately matter in light of the neutral language adopted in version three the upshot of our precedents is clear robert said the court should not inhibit the president's flexibility in responding to changing world conditions and any court inquiry into matters of national security is highly constrained roberts declared that as long as the president presents an explanation for the travel ban that is quote plausibly related to a legitimate national security objective he is on firm constitutional ground at the white house president trump was jubilant calling the decision a tremendous victory for the american people the roy shows that all of the attacks from the democrat politicians are wrong but among national security experts across the political spectrum there was distinct disappointment john bellinger served in a variety of national security positions in the george w bush administration after nine eleven it's still a pig but the administration is but just enough lipstick on it too pretty for five of the nine justices the court majority he said focused more on the office of the presidency than on president trump the result is unfortunate but it's not surprising given that the third version of the travel ban has corrected enough of the legal deficiencies in the first two versions for the majority of the justices stop hold it david cole is legal director of the aclu today's decision is one of the courts historic failures to live up to its obligation to defend the rights of the most vulnerable from those who are most powerful and university of chicago constitutional law scholar as hook condemned the decision contending that because there was rare evidence in this case of a presidential bias against a single religious group today's court ruling marks a profound change and bob i think is a real shift in the law the.

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Tip leads to ID of boy found dead on beach; two arrested

Chris Krok

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Tip leads to ID of boy found dead on beach; two arrested

"Happen to japanese americans during world war two that is from the wife of a conservative republican president you have the pope speaking on this issue lead us all over the world saying what is going on in the united states of america so i think trump had to respond to that the order allows children to remain with their parents and legal immigration detention centres trump said his administration will continue enforcing a zero tolerance policy at the southern border dallas mayor mike rawlings in fort worth mayor betsy price are promoting the dfw area in london i've been a door to door salesman telling the story about how fast growing our cost of doing business is so low and the amount of talent people don't know that may rawling says the two regions have signed a partnership to strengthen business links he says the partnership gives companies from both regions support in finding office space introductions to advertisers and other contacts arrests have been made in the case of toddler found dead on a galveston beach the boy was known as little jacob for months after his body was found on a galveston beach police work to identify the boy and eventually released a crime scene photo that lead to a tip galveston police chief vernon hale says that tip indicated that the boy's mother and her girlfriend both from houston were involved it is believed that both of them were present when he was dead and that both of them came to galveston and dumped his body the boy's real name is jason alexander lopez he was four years old clayton neville wbz ap news again a chance of showers this evening temperatures will drop to around seventy four degrees right now it's eighty three and downtown.

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Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test

All News, Traffic and Weather

03:25 min | 3 years ago

Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test

"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.

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Josh Binswanger, Cbs and Seventy Four Degrees discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Josh Binswanger, Cbs and Seventy Four Degrees discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Seventy four degrees under cloudy skies on this tuesday june nineteenth good morning thanks for joining us on josh binswanger wbz news the trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy continuing to make headlines across the globe and audio has now surfaced allegedly from inside a customs and border protection facility where children can be heard crying for their parents we get more from cbs ameri green deal was first reported by the nonprofit group propublica and obtained from a whistle blower cbs news has not confirmed the authenticity of the recording golly.

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