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"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Seventy nine degrees we're going to around ninety today it is ten eleven now the metro board votes today on whether to create a police investigation review panel for metro police now that panel would review cases every quarter selecting from those that have already been investigated by internal affairs the panel's recommendations would act as a check on police internal investigations and rulings would be used to judge the work of internal affairs after a federal judge blasted the prince George's county jail for recklessly disregarding coronavirus safety she issued an order conditions had to improve well a month later now she says the jails making the right moves the jail acted quickly to train up its medical staffers hire more nurses and improve testing U. S. District Court judge Paul as in this suggests there's still work to be done but the strides are notable and significant The Washington Post reports as of late last week seven hundred fifteen inmates and four hundred forty eight workers were tested for the virus twenty six of the inmates and two workers were positive but lawyers who filed a federal class action suit say there are still problems they pointed to a sixty year old with heart failure and lung disease who was asked to clean isolation cells were infected inmates were quarantined the county corrections director says they've done everything as quickly as possible now the judge hopes both sides will work together to keep things moving in the right direction Hilary Howard at WTOP news areas hardest hit by covert nineteen include ones with heavy Latino populations the Maryland zip code with the greatest number of cases in immigrant heavy Langley park and the same applies in northern Virginia and Fairfax county Latinos make up nearly sixty two percent of covert nineteen cases the next highest is seventeen percent whites much much higher and our community needs speaking for casa that advocates for immigrant communities Dr Michele larue says for everyone to stay safe information has.
Scattered Storms Rolling Through Washington, DC Area
"Powerful thunderstorms the downed trees and power lines earlier tonight have come to an end the threat of severe weather has diminished still some scattered showers maybe a rumble or two of thunder early tonight temperatures low to mid seventies as we deal with some patchy fog possible overnight tomorrow another round of scattered showers and storms in the morning for western suburbs areas east of DC get hit in the lunch time early afternoon time frame temperatures mid to upper eighties then the humidity drops late in the day with some clearing that sets the stage for beautiful Friday sunshine pleasant highs need operators with low humidity sunshine Saturday eighty degrees nice day with a chance of showers at night better chance of seeing showers on Sunday sunny high near eighty degrees so it actually stays cooler than average as we head into this upcoming weekend I'm struggling for meteorologist Steve prince about right now seventy nine degrees outside our studios in friendship heights at nine
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy nine degrees with a little break in the cloud cover in Boston no break in the humidity we've got the weekend weather for you coming up in just a minute good afternoon it's one thirty I'm Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening Minnesota governor Tim Walz promised swift justice for the police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd and now Minnesota authorities say they have arrested officer Jared Chauvin he is a police officer in Minneapolis who knelt on Floyd snack before Floyd died the arrest comes after three nights of violence in Minneapolis as demonstrators took to the streets demanding justice this morning a CNN reporter and his crew were arrested covering the protests for more on that we turn to ABC's Alex stone Minnesota governor Tim walls is apologizing for the arrest of the CNN reporter and crew he says it was his order for state police to secure a Minneapolis but that he did not mean arresting journalists who were doing their jobs he says arresting reporters makes it look like police are hiding something that they don't want shown any idea that a reporter would have been taken while another police action was in play is inexcusable the governor saying it is mandatory that journalists be allowed to do their jobs Alex stone ABC news and we're hearing from prosecutors that the officer who knelt on George Floyd has been taken into custody again under arrest facing criminal charges we continue to follow this developing story for you out of Minneapolis keep it here on WBZ news radio and the I heart radio app we're also hearing from former president Barack Obama commenting on the death of George Floyd in a statement on Twitter the former president says quote this should not be normal in twenty twenty America it can't be normal if we want our children to grow up in a nation that lives up to its highest ideals we can and must do better president trump is also responding to the violence in the streets of Minnesota and with more on that we go to CVS is bill Rakoff president called protesters thugs in a late night tweet in praise the deployed and of the National Guard saying when the looting starts the shooting starts that tweet was flagged by Twitter for glorifying violence this on the heels of Mr trump's order Thursday to regulate Twitter and other social media platforms social media companies that engage in censoring or any political conduct will not be able to keep their liability shield that's a big deal bill ray Cobb CBS news and just as a follow up of the four officers involved in that initial arrest that led to the death of Mister Floyd all four have been fired from the force and we know with certainty now that the one who can Floyd down a before he died is under arrest it's unclear if the other three officers will face criminal charges as well in Boston roughly one hundred people gathered to protest the death of Floyd and call for justice in America outside of the T. station at the Ashmont station in Dorchester I will have more on that story right after this one three traffic and weather together Kevin Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and where is the busiest right now Kevin the business right now could be leaving the city on ninety three north bound coming through that Somerville stretch it all up in a stone we've got that on going left lane closure there the doing some overhead lighting work and the left lane is shut down a we do have stop and go traffic you're coming out of Somerville on up to just about Roosevelt's circle and spot Pano once you clear that you're looking pretty good up through Wilmington at four ninety five if you're heading up route one north bound you also have slowdowns here from Linn street mall then up to the right lane closure going up towards that ninety nine virgin Saugus south bound you got slowdowns as well coming through the work after the Linfield tunnel and then soon after that more brake lights getting by right late work here at the Lynn fells parkway out to the west you're tied up for about two miles in each direction through that Warren Broomfield stretch traffic down to one lane each direction there between mile markers seventy and seventy four over in Milton watch out for crash at the intersection.
Washington - Tornado Watch Called Off In DC, But Wind Advisory Remains
"Four matches that we've had to quite an active what to sixteen hours or so finally things or start a clear on it let's not do that again any time soon though is we still have a couple of lingering showers right now with a couple of isolated downpours a shot right now kind of right on the internal and Calvert county lines your Dunkerque in particular your friendship in Owings moving eastward towards rose haven and North Beach very small areas some heavy rain right there and also in Charles county Maryland your White Plains of Waldorf in the play to also some heavy rain a very small area there a kind of drifting to the east that's all that's left these thunderstorms are not severe per se the tornado watch was cancelled early if you missed that earlier but we still have the wind advisory in effect until six PM M. is even though the strong and severe thunderstorms are over with you can still have a few forty to fifty mile per hour wind gusts outside of those storms in with the saturated ground and with a lot of these tree limbs already weakened by that which we have today because we'll have a few more problems in that regard now the first thing we're gonna do this evening as a cold front moves through the area is these high deducted two points to basically the muggy this in the atmosphere is going to disappear we'll start drying out first and then after sunset this evening temperatures will really start to drop in after six PM at the expiration of the wind advisory the wind speeds will not be as bad anymore either captures the seating falling through the fifties overnight lows in the low to mid forties just breezy at the most tonight and breezy the most tomorrow cooler than today highs will only be in the upper fifties to low sixties Wednesday kind of a chilly rain lows or highs will be in the low to mid fifties and Thursday mostly sunny brisk and cool mid fifties to right around sixty seventy nine degrees right now in Manassas seventy two in Gaithersburg at seventy nine at Washington Reagan
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now cloudy seventy nine degrees six thirty two am news radio twelve hundred W. away I. the drop is asking for a meeting with the intelligence official who blew the whistle about president trump's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is what house Democrats to begin an impeachment inquiry but there's also a battle brewing between news agencies sixty minutes wouldn't they have obtained a letter indicating that the whistleblowers under federal protection because they fear for their safety that prompted an attorney for the whistleblower taking issue with sixty minutes claiming they misinterpreted the letter putting this is sixty minutes now starting as a source other than letter our legal team center denied because of it doesn't and I know it doesn't then it is literally making stuff up that helps no one especially the whistleblower the media should always accurately report the facts sixty minutes tweeted response and that saying they stand by their sources in reporting and that whistle blower may testify as early as this Friday and the president is being criticized for tweeting a quote by pastor Robert Jeffress that reads if the Democrats are successful in removing the president from office which they will never be it'll calls a civil war like fracture in this nation from which our country will never heal unknown panhandler wouldn't take no for an answer when an employee of the Valero gas station I've been dear and Calabria tried to drive him off the property early today police say the vagrant pulled a knife and slash the station employee across the face the jump into a great S. U. V. that was driven by a woman the gas station employee is in stable condition the suspect remains at large a suspect is under arrest for the hit and run accident that killed a twenty nine year old construction worker last week police took thirty seven year old Christopher gonna into custody Sunday morning gonna was reportedly looking at an app on his phone at the time of the accident that killed Tracy shepherd as she worked on a loop sixteen oh four near house man he faces a charge of failure to stop and render aid resulting and death a jury this week is expected to consider the very emotional case of a fire police officer who shot and killed a man in his own apartment thinking he was an intruder in her apartment camber Geiger shot and killed twenty six year old boy. I'm John after she says she mistakenly entered his apartment last September on Friday she testified she wishes it had been her who died..
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy nine degrees in Boston it is twelve thirty on this Thursday afternoon thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening some three hours of testimony and counting has now wrapped acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire speaking before the house intelligence committee wants to one pack as we get the very latest out of Washington on Capitol Hill a special report from ABC news Democrats on the house itself committees rather morning asking the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire about the credibility of the whistle blower whose report accuses president trump of abusing his power by trying to get a foreign country to interfere in the twenty twenty election you don't believe the whistle blowers a political hack into your director I believe that as I said before Mister chairman I believe the whistle blower our is our operating in good faith committee chairman Adam Schiff asking the question in the hearing that just wrapped up Democrats also asked why McGuire sought guidance from the White House before releasing the whistle blower report on that Ukrainian phone call to Congress house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is not part of the hearing I think what the Dan I did was broke the law the law is very clear the Dan I shall convey the complaint Republican Devin newness and once again the Democrats they're medium out pieces Annika ball of leakers arginine up a fake story he is the ranking Republican member on the house Intel committee I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news at twelve thirty one this portion of the news brought to you by Toyota Toyotas official website for deals buy a Toyota dot com well four lives now lost from Tripoli across Massachusetts with the latest victim out of Essex County WBZ's Chris farmer earlier talking to people at Manchester by the sea where they are taking the necessary precautions wrapped from head to toe this resident of Manchester by the sea isn't taking any chances you can see I'm pretty covered I try to be careful about how I go out long sleeves long. pants a wrap gloves a hooded jacket because this year her her the threat seems more ominous I am more concerned about.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Noon at seventy nine degrees mostly cloudy skies today humid a chance of showers late this afternoon high of eighty four degrees at the lake front ninety degrees in lane from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Mike Spaulding some breaking news at this afternoon charges filed in the shooting death of a three year old girl in Milwaukee is Saturday morning Antonio Bratcher being charged with one count of first degree reckless homicide and dangerous use of a weapon along with five counts of recklessly endangering safety he's accused of killing three year old Brooklyn Harris he was allegedly involved in a traffic incident involving his car in the one driven by Harris's mother just prior to the shooting he was arrested Saturday immediately following that incident the story will be updated this person was eight Robert Lyle Schwartz cannot you county sheriff David bath announcing a major break in a homicide case thirty one years in the making but says the body since identified as Schwartz was discovered in a shallow grave east of I ninety four in Kenosha county back in July of nineteen eighty actually flew into here feel that day and we believe that he was strangled in one of the parking structures here and transported up here and buried where prime outlets is not bad says identification was able to be made by using new fingerprint technology approved by the F. B. I. in twenty seventeen best says the case does remain open another round of brit blistering Lee hottest temperatures on the way to southeast Wisconsin this week storm team four meteorologist Brian is manse I would say the time frame tomorrow afternoon through Friday in the Friday night and possibly even the again on Saturday there's a little uncertainty with Saturday's forecast but I definitely late tomorrow through Friday and into Friday night a heat advisory goes into effect tomorrow at noon it runs until Friday overnight highs on Friday expected in the upper nineties safety measure during a heat wave also extending to your pets the Wisconsin Humane Society says it's already seen several cases of heatstroke in family pets vice president of communications Angelus speaking and and difficulty breathing vomiting diarrhea.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy nine degrees partly cloudy skies in Boston at one o'clock good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening we're just days away now from the biggest party of the year right on the banks of the Charles the fireworks spectacular marking the fourth of July it's all coming together over the next few days WBZ's Karen regal has more on the props the people in charge talked about drones a lot this year if you're going to the aspen out on the fourth no backpacks drones alcohol illegal fireworks you know the drill public safety undersecretary Jeannie been a concert Thorpe there is no specific threats were credible threats to the venue all the same our team will be operating on heightened alert posture do bring water and sunscreen says the head of Boston EMS we're gonna have the EMTs down here on our bicycles on Nightline John Deere Gators or get around on the aspen not Keren regal WBZ Boston's newsradio and maybe if you want to take in your fire works elsewhere the countdown being on to the fourth for some maybe you just want to get out of town early on the rush is already on spot we are projecting at triple a that nearly forty nine million Americans will be traveling across the country this July fourth weekend that's an increase of about four percent and nearly two million more travelers than we projected last year yes merry make wire with Tripoli northeast and she says all of those forty nine million one point three million will be coming from right here in Massachusetts says the busiest time to travel around here will be on Friday the fifth between ten AM and noon Wednesday tomorrow also an option course rob was watching the roads we've reports every ten minutes on the threes next traffic check coming up in just about ninety seconds of course celebrations around the fourth can get crowded as always are advised if you see something say something the FBI and homeland security really doubling down on that this week the warning asks local police and officials to stay vigilant and to keep an eye out for suspicious activity however officials didn't detail any specific threats the morning talks about white supremacists and other political radicals here in the US who may be plotting violent attacks mark Mayfield is one oh two and heading over to soccer now a big game today for the women's World Cup.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Whatever times on francis also i just want you to know it's it's ten nine Seventy nine degrees nursery, nine minutes past the hour, which three Peachtree Peachtree roads streets row. Duster street, Peachtree industrial. Today. and so ten oh nine is eastern that just now ten ten and seventy nine degrees is in fahrenheit That's the one you're used to. Okay. we're not gonna confuse you really really had france today it's going to be piping hot as i saw piping hot that it'd be in the fifties that's celsius yeah makes it really hot at three that doesn't seem very hot eastern france type self fifty degrees celsius is like ninety degrees fahrenheit right right one hundred degrees celsius is boiling yes how you know one hundred degrees is what is what is in fahrenheit what is boiling one hundred hundred on one hundred twenty two twenty two twenty and so zero on the celsius is thirty two degrees to us this is the freezing right makes a lot of a lot of sense you know sometimes they're ways do make more sense but look look i'm not a commie so i prefer our system of weights and police how hector's is your yard those be hectares tear victor's accent erin you know what meet me at three o'clock eastern i'll tell metric shame on me he's a missing throat he has a dark heart andy good psychiatrists Greg, Russ with stories rug. Studio B y. gregory how you doing today doing all right a couple of things for you yes it's been set at eight fifty one that killed eastern eastern's eastern atlanta fifty one the sun in that segment should've set at ten six a._m. and boiling for fahrenheit is two hundred twelve degrees to twenty okay well thank you i think i was getting confused with the the electrical outlets twenty The voltage the voltage to twenty. it.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Seventy nine degrees. However, Andrew deamer with the national weather service says a warm-up is on the way. Warm up pretty much through the work week. And honestly, kind of look at even further ahead, you know, we know that he'd come in a valley group is finding job opportunities for youth who've aged out of foster care. We train employers to hire former foster youth Barisha black explaining the main objective of trinity opportunity, alliance, we think it's really important than they have job opportunities and that employers are prepared and understand the trauma, that they've experienced having gone through the foster care system herself. She helps employers understand what these young people have experienced. She says fries food store is their biggest employer partner. It's hired nearly one hundred former foster youth Griselda zetino, KTAR news. If you've had your license, suspended, you can now order a temporary six-month ID card online from the MVP spokesman Doug, Nick says, people need a valid ID to buy items at a store, go to the Bank and apply for jobs, a temporary ID is. Title. If you have a suspended license now as long as your photo was on file with us in our computer system, and it's valid photo. We can produce this online. So it just saves people, the opportunity to have to go to an MVP office. If they don't need to go to service. Arizona dot com to learn more. And now for a check on traffic, here's Larry Lewis. Live from the valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center will Amy we've got a crash in Mesa on the sixty. This is eastbound on the country club on ramp aware that also dealing with a.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"String right now. Rare weather events we talked last evening about coming right on the heels of their snowiest one of the snowiest February is on record. They have warmed up. They experienced their warmest winter day on record. Granted it was the last day of winter yesterday. But the temperature topped out at seventy nine degrees about three o'clock in the afternoon that beat the old record of seventy six that was set on Monday. Typically, mid March. They would be in the middle fifties now spring officially arrives today. So it would not be another wintertime record. If they set a record high today, but the seventy nine degree readings also made for their warmest March day since they've been keeping records the previous record was seventy eight back in two thousand four Tuesday on the hottest day in the city's history. Dating back to eighteen ninety four when they began keeping records for that particular date. So it's rather spring-like right now, keep in mind snowiest, it's been very winter like in the month of February. They've got some issues with river, flooding and ice jams. And for this reason, the sun angle is at the same right now is it would be in September. So they're actually advising if you're going to be heading outdoors. It's the time of year where you you start needing to use the sunscreen. Mornings gonna feel especially mild. Low temperatures going to be about fifty tonight. A trend is going to continue to right through the end of this week. As even as cooler. Daytime weather returns. We've got the latest storm that's going to be moving into California that will disrupt the mild breeze in the Pacific northwest. So we'll be talking. Yeah. You'll get maybe the mid sixties at best. Starting on Thursday, and maybe some rainfall in the mix and by the time we get into the weekend. Temperature is going to be back back into the fifties. But they got a couple of days of. Early taste early taste to spring. I.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seventy nine degrees right now at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A new evidence could confirm a Hillsborough county man's worst. Fears Carlos Caicedo of Riverview has gone to Costa Rica to look for his sister. Carlos fanny who disappeared almost a week ago. Caicedo plans to stay as long as it takes. He says to find out what happened to his thirty six year old sister. The night before. Everything's gone. She was supposed to arrive in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday. But she never got on her flight Caicedo told news channel eight that. Investigators have found surveillance video that could confirm their theory that someone kidnapped her a hit and run crash in plan. Cd killed twenty one year of Miguel Hernandez junior and injured two of his friends. Police say the man walked along MLK near Turkey creek or white SUV random down. The hunt continues for the SUV's driver. Former president George H W Bush's body has arrived in Washington for a memorial service Wednesday at the National Cathedral before his burial back in Texas Thursday at presidential library. Those plans could derail efforts to keep the government. Open past Friday with funeral arrangements in Washington and Texas this week for the former president the house has already canceled its votes until Monday, but to keep the government open passed Friday lawmakers are considering a way to pass a short-term spending measure by unanimous consent without members having to be present. It would avert a partial shutdown. But further delay negotiations for a long term spending Bill Steve Dorsey reporting, they're not November to remember for car dealers. As sales fell about two percent from the same month in two thousand seventeen people have bought more trucks as vs, but fewer cars with funeral arrangements in Washington. I pass over the summer. We. When people don't buy passenger cars carmakers don't make as many in that pushes sales down even more but buyers couldn't get enough utilities. A November pushing Chrysler sales up seventeen percent Timken discus heads the hot Jeep brand. We're gonna have the best year ever in the history of the brand at retail best year in the history of the brand at total. Most other brands saw their sales fall from November of last year. Jeff Gilbert CBS news, Detroit, knee, Florida highway patrol shuts down a popular dance party spot because it's a highway rest area. Sergeant eve Gaskin says the parties at the stop the north end of the sunshine skyway bridge, drew thousands of people sometimes too many for safety sake. So starting tonight the rest will close at sundown over the summer. We had several parties and concerts and gatherings in which thousands of people arrived and began to park along the entrance and exit ramps of the interstate in other portions of the roadways. The access roads there along that section of highway troopers also closed the access road along the skyway approach from sunset to sunrise. The buccaneers one again they beat Carolina twenty four to seventeen yesterday. That's two victories in a row. It's also two weeks in a row that quarterback. Jameis Winston did. Not throw an interception in the game bucks. Coach Dirk cutter says that's not coincidence Jamesy is a fantastic player. Aaron sometimes that gets negated by turnovers, but you could see the last two weeks where we don't turn the ball over. We're a lot harder to beat Winston threw two touchdown passes. Meanwhile, the bucks intercepted Panthers quarterback. Cam Newton four times three by Andrew Adams their record improved to five and seven on the season. Now our business update brought to you by the Holland group, retirement, wealth advisers, news of a truce in trade war, we between the US and China sent stock markets higher. The Dow up two hundred eighty eight points to twenty five thousand eight hundred twenty six that's just over one percent, the S and P five hundred up thirty points. That's also one percent. The NASDAQ up more. More than one and a half percent to seventy four forty one. It has four or five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A weather's next. Hey, Tampa Bay. This is Steve Honglin. Are you tired of worrying if the stock market is about to crash like you did back in two thousand eight?.
Andover North Andover, Lawrence Drenches and Lawrence discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Some nine thousand residents in Andover north Andover and Lawrence. We're told that it was safe to return home this morning after Thursday's gas explosions. Massachusetts emergency management agency says workers have turned off nearly eighty six hundred meters that were impacted they cleared homes of gas and restored electricity.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Chuck occur with traffic and weather first on talkradio six hundred eighty WCBS. Thank you, Chuck. We did traffic. Let's do weather today. Another hot one high of ninety two gonna feel even closer to one hundred than that's going to be sunny. Cool off a little bit tonight into the seventies. Tomorrow showers coming which means we get a little break gonna be eighty five tomorrow. But right now in Frank Lubers world right now, and frankly, we have seventy nine degrees right outside our studios here in place Ville, and in crofton, seventy six degrees coming up on the news at six thirty jealousies plan to reduce sales tax. I wanna talk about that. I we need to get into that. But I do have I have Jim in Baltimore check in. And he wants to weigh in on the protesters. Welcome to the show, Jim where are you? One of the protesters. Jim come in. Jim. The handcuffed him and took him away. Did you hear what I mentioned about the fines is fifty bucks? If you get hauled out of the court the first time it's a ticket. You don't even get locked up. But the second time they take you to jail, and you spend a couple of days and have to see a judge. So I think if they made the hit a little heavier. It's worse. They own the first time. Yeah. Make make your point with the first punch. All right. We'll get back to that. You mentioned the jealous is talking about lowering taxes. You remember the very first Star Wars when they yelled a purchase land and Luke. It's a trap. Don't get caught. This seems like it's a trap if he's going to try and lower what sales tax or all taxes sales tax in this particular case from six percent to five point seven five percent. And he's going to make up the lost revenue while I'm giving everything away. But that's okay. The audience in a constant state of change mornings. So yeah. Lowering it by basically one quarter percent. Talk to five point seven five percent. He would make it up by the taxing or applying the state sales tax to online retailers to. Well. I thought that was already in effect, you know, about ready to go into the online sales tax thing, which while as a guy who lives in Delaware where we have no sales tax on retail purchases. And I really like that come and shop in Delaware. You're welcome to. But as a person who understands the sensibility behind taxing online purchases. I don't like it. But it does seem to be. I hate to use the progressive word fair. It seems to be a fair thing to do. But how much really is it going to help, Bob, and Betty six pack to lower the sales tax a quarter of a percent isn't. One quarter of one percent. Are you going to see what are you gonna see in your pockets nothing? Exactly right now, you're talking about what six cents on the dollar. Right. So now it'll be five point seven five percent one year round at all. Know going to rounding up to six so it sounds like Democrats saying that he's going to lower taxes so people can do. Well, the last one who really lower taxes with JFK the last democrat. I think so I think this sounds like a grand idea, and it also allows him to demonize hedge fund guys isn't he going to say we're going to go after those. It is. Yeah. So I really wanted to lower the sales tax lowered. It wasn't too many years ago was five percent. So, you know, the the governor was able to lower the tolls and six dollars was did not go across the bay bridge. Now, it's four dollars. Basically, he restored it to what it was for a good while they could do the same thing with the sales tax. I mean, look the state has awash with money. It's unbelievable. The money that comes in here. The sales to the sales tax your property some of the property taxes. I think go to the state to the. The. Gambling, right. Oh gambling lottery. So we're awash in money and they're going to start now taxing sales tax on online retailers. That's more money going to the state. So they could in effect of you weren't over reduced the sales tax reduce it by a whole one percent. Reduced those real estate taxes. Listen built. I got property taxes. Property taxes are my pet peeve. Because as long as you have property tax attached to your house. You could have paid that house off in cash when you bought it. You'll never own the house. Don't in other words, don't pay your property taxes one year and you'll see what I mean. Yeah. They'll take it away from you. We we got a dive into this a little bit. We'll we'll dig into this Michael palca in for Sean on talkradio six eighty WCBS got Frank's here. Thank God Hosni's here and Chuck's here..
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In Carmel cloudy in seventy nine. Degrees a chance of rain. Or thunderstorms tonight and tomorrow I'm staying Lear here's what's trending at six thirty a. federal civil rights charges against a twenty year old man from Cloverdale and a, co conspirator held by local police US attorney, Josh McClure on the investigation of the swastikas an iron crosses that were painted on the, wall outside a synagogue and carbon this case we have observed individuals making a crude attempt to market a brand of hate the president, of the Shari to feel a congregation says avalance video showed the vandals. Burning something in front of the synagogues garage eight people were injured, in the. Fight this afternoon at arsenal tech high. School one of them is a police officer three were taken. To a hospital for tweeted at the, school there, have been at least thirteen arrests the school the open. Tomorrow with more police on duty for security the State Department is created a group dedicated coordinating US policy On Iran FOX's John decker secretary. Of state Mike Pompeo announced the creation of the Iran action group aimed at implementing the administration's entire, Iran policy in the wake of the. President's withdrawal from the Iran. Nuclear deal our hope is that one day soon we can reach a new agreement with Iran but we must have major changes in the regime's behavior both inside, and outside of its borders since pulling out, of the accord the administration has reimpose sanctions that were eased under the nuclear deal and, has also ramped up pressure on Iran to try to get it to stop what it describes as malign activities in the region at, the White House Jon decker Fox News one of the most transcended cultural. Figures of the twentieth century is dead the family of the Queen, of soul. Aretha Franklin confirmed she died at the. Age of seventy six of pancreatic cancer in Detroit bringing this. From President Trump she was given a, great gift, from God her voice and she used it well people. Love to refresh your special woman so I just want to Pass, on my.
Theft and crash of Seattle airplane prompts FBI investigation
"FBI investigators joining NTSB officials combing through the wreckage of a plane following a. Crash sparking new questions about aviation security authorities say a suicidal, airline employees stole an, empty horizon turbo poplin and took off from seatac international airport before crashing into a small island last night Alaska air group CEO. Brad Tilden's as. Everyone at the airline is deeply saddened last night's event is going. To push us, to learn, what we can from this tragedy, so that we can ensure this does not happen again at Alaska air group or at any other
Homeless man saves woman who jumped from bridge
"Smart speaker users say play WGN radio on tune in it is a five o'clock and with the news, here's Don Clemson. Thank you, Brian seventy. Nine degrees, mostly cloudy, skies at O'Hare. Chicago police are looking for a man for who wanted in attempted kidnapping. Police say he tried to kidnap a. Six year old boy in the Humboldt park neighborhood Friday he was playing basketball and. His front yard and. The twenty seven hundred block of Augusta the boy told authorities the man, opened his front gate and grabbed his shirt his older cousin yelled for their grandmother is. The man escaped he's described as Hispanic one hundred seventy five pounds with a cut on his forehead Dave Schwann, WGN news a man has died after falling off of a jet ski in Lake, Michigan fire officials. Say the man was partying Saturday night when he fell off the. Jetski he was under water for about fifteen minutes when emergency crews pulled him out near the fifty ninth street harbor he was then moved. To the university of Chicago medical center where he later died the Cook County medical examiner's office, says he was identified as fifty two year old James Jefferson officials say he was not wearing lifejacket more any flotation devices, which the fire. Department urged, jetski users. To wear, in a, tweet the death. Toll from wildfire in Greece has been raised by officials to ninety one People twenty five are still missing six days after the blaze swept through coastal area east of. Athens most of the victims died in the fire it self though some drowned in the. Sea while trying to. Escape the flames the blaze started you lie twenty-third and. A center for the research on the epidemic epidemiology of disasters. Database in Brussels shows this as the deadliest wildfire in Europe since one thousand nine. Hundred and in northern. California sheriff says a sixth person has died in a raging wildfire there, which is so Ford which is so far destroyed more than five hundred buildings Shasta county. Sheriff Tomba's Sankoh said earlier today the remains were found within the boundary of the car fire near reading which, is about two hundred thirty miles north of San Francisco he said the victim who, was not identified. Did not evacuate despite receiving an evacuation warning the SANCO says the. Sheriff's department has seven outstanding missing missing persons reports and authorities say a homeless man rescued a woman who had jumped from a bridge near. Downtown Minneapolis university of Minnesota police say the woman jumped from the Washington avenue bridge Around two thirty AM Saturday the Star Tribune says a homeless man camping under the bridge heard the woman fall and leapt into the water to rescue her the woman. Did survive the fall she was taken to. A hospital, for treatment and evaluation Minneapolis firefighters who also answered the call offered. The man shelter, for the night but he declined and returned to the camp the, names of the woman and her rescuer have not yet been released and it's been a comfortable weather pattern for late July but WGN meteorologist, Mark hamernicks says it'll be hotter at this time next, weekend it's going to be nice and comfy out there for the next four. Or five days but once we get past, Thursday and Mike in a little steamy around here Saturday and Sunday look, like we'll be up around ninety degrees hammer Nicole so says. The lack of rain is concerning we've had just one inch. Since July first we've had. Fifteen inches in, may and June your sports traffic and weather next, on WGN Eli's, mom knew she had a. Strong.
Radio host cites iconic reporters in bid to nix Sandy Hook lawsuit
"Let's by four starting to build up a little bit for twenty six sixth street two to seventy five a minor. Accident Nebraska and skipper US forty run remains closed in both. Directions with railroad crossing. Repairs between review drive and Madison Avenue so continued to. Use old forty one or seventy eighth street that should reopen Sunday the twenty nineth required on our, area bridges. And expressways beware of an accident southbound on I seventy five. South of. State route fifty. Blocking two lanes, radio, nine seventy Catholic scattered rain coming in off the Gulf of Mexico through the, day with a. High of eighty nine it's seventy nine degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a the father of the man who, died in a stand your ground case has. Hired an attorney Michael mcglockton wants Michael Drake arrested for fatally shooting his, son in dispute over a handicapped parking space on Thursday in Clearwater real. Good man he wasn't. A, trouble guy he was. Not looking. For trouble but he would stand up for his, family and that's. Exactly what he did Michael mcglockton talking to channel eight his son hand thrown Drake into the ground but. Mcglockton says the. Surveillance video shows his son backing away before Drake a shot him so it should not be a standard ground case. Vanilla sheriff Bagua Altieri says the law shields Drako from prosecution a man with a, long history of drug arrests is recovering after being shot. Three times by Paul county deputies sheriff Grady Judd says during a routine traffic stop in Auburndale, on, Sunday night Forty year old Shannon baxley took off hitting and injuring a deputy when baxley, was finally stopped Judd says he reached for. His waistband and deputies opened fire when he was going for his waist, and we were telling show us your hands and this happened like that He. Threw a baggy of marijuana So the reality of it is instead of going for a gun this goofball was trying might might have been trying. To get rid of his marijuana. The deputy hit by backs leaks car is expected to. Recover blistering heat in, the desert southwest is, causing headaches air temperature in Phoenix. Reach a hundred and fourteen degrees but if you take a, look at something like the asphalt, it's a hundred and forty. Seven the dashboard of a car you're looking at a hundred and twenty four degrees and there's no relief overnight by nine AM Tuesday morning Phoenix will. Be back in the, triple digits Jamie Yuccas in Phoenix a well-known sandy hook denier is trying, to get. A lawsuit against. Him thrown out Alex Jones claims he was acting as a journalist when he questioned whether the twenty twelve shooting, at an elementary school in Newtown Connecticut really happened twenty children and six educators were killed when gunman Adam Lanza, opened fire, inside the, sandy hook elementary school December fourteenth, Nicole Hockley who was not part The lawsuit lost her son he spoke with FOX sixty-one Connecticut not be wonderful if my son is actually, alive somewhere, and I, see him but it's not true He's dead he's gone he's not coming, back Jones now says. He believes the shooting happened but says such journalism. Would, be chilled if reporters were subject to liability. If they turned out to be wrong Lisa, lacerra Fox News.
Maria Butina: accused spy was in contact with Russian intelligence ...
"For his trip to Europe and probably defend his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and a Russian woman accused of acting as an agent on the Kremlin on US soil is due in federal court today in DC, prosecutors claim, Maria Boutin was secretly sent by the Russian federation to infiltrate American politics for alleged targets. US politicians and political candidates. And the NRA FBI says, Bettina cozied up to NRA officials and politicians trying to gain influence ABC's Pierre. Thomas says that Maria Boutin actually got close enough to candidate Donald Trump to pose a question back in two thousand fifteen. I, know Putin and. I'll tell you what we get along with. And she, also met Donald Trump junior at an. NRA convention between denies that she's a Russian plant we have seventy nine. Degrees on Peachtree street a mix of clouds and sun today going to be. Warm afternoon highs around ninety one only a slight chance of, a pop-up storm this afternoon Kirk Mellish's full forecast is coming up it is a mystery but, an autopsy may shed some light on the. Death of a Cherokee county woman and her baby a two year old was found unharmed in the acworth home the sheriff's offices there's no evidence of Phalle, play breaking news I I this is w SP twenty four.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And sun today it'll be muggy with valley highs reaching the upper nineties phoenix one hundred this afternoon a stray shower is possible this morning and then there's a slight chance of thunderstorms and dust this evening with lows dropping into the eighties tonight i'm abc team meteorologist iris maceo at eight thirty three it is seventy nine degrees in gilbert take it from the city of buckeye which got hit hard twice by them onto this week you can find a lot of important storm if fell on social media ktar's capi klein joins us live with the story jamie city spokeswoman anne chance says that's the quickest way to find out what's going on we're doing our best to get the information out we're working not only with all the departments but also with aps and the red cross this morning about one hundred sixty seventy pse customers in buckeye are still without power chances the utility will reimburse residents for any ice they bought and the cooling station coyote library on yuma road will remain open until further notice live from the new center kathy klein ktar news trump will still commenting this morning about his nominee to the supreme court saying judge brad kavanagh will make a great justice got rave reviews actually both guys i think it's going to be beautiful thank you watch over the next month cavenaugh will begin meeting with senators today the white house expects to have them confirmed by tober i and now that he's the official supreme court nominee the intense vetting process begins on capitol hill dr stephanie linquist at asu sandra day o'connor college of law says judge cavanaugh was formerly a clerk for justice kennedy i don't think we're replacing one justice with another who will substantially change the direction of the court now if briar or ginsburg and up retiring then i think we do have a much more significant kind of replacement that could take place she tells ktar chad benson show there would be an interesting dynamic on the high court with all of the justices either raised catholic or jewish ktar is on immigration at homeland security detention facilities along the us mexico border dozens of young children are due to be reunited with their illegal immigrant parents today images of children taken from their parents through international outrage had a policy modification from president trump we are keeping families together but matching the youngest children with their parents has proven more difficult than expected only about half of the one hundred two kids under five who were taken from their families at the border will be returned before a court imposed deadline today jim ryan abc news dallas in phoenix at vacant office building may have been illegally housing migrant kids who were separated from their parents at the border councilwoman kato says the building on twentieth street and osborne road in phoenix does not meet the city code to house children that is permitted as an office building it is not a daycare facility it is not permitted for overnight accommodations there had been reports that migrant kids for being house there.
Monsoon could damper rescue efforts to save soccer team in cave
"It's eleven thirty on sabrina cubit live in the wsb twenty four hour news center here in atlanta setback if the cave rescue in thailand were twelve boys and their soccer coach trap volunteers inadvertently pumped water back into the flooded cave captain jessica tate is part of the us air force team assisting in the rescue says authorities are looking at several plans for getting those children out however we we move ahead it's going to be executed in the safest way possible to the children and to the coach so they can reunite with their families the boys in their coach have been trapped in that case for about two weeks now we have seventy nine degrees on peachtree street a mix of.
Mystery deepens after couple sickened with nerve agent not 'deliberately targeted'
"Are the radio home of the mets an iheartradio station seventy nine degrees at eleven o'clock hot cloudy humid good morning i'm mike bauer a day after climbing the statue of liberty a woman is in court to face a judge she was protesting president trump's immigration policies therese okuma spent hours at the bottom of lady liberty's dress and now suspend time but the judge after being slapped with trespassing and disorderly conduct charges members from black lives matter will also be in federal court to support her okumu climb the base of the satcher of liberty on independence day and it prompted officials to evacuate thousands from liberty island she's part of the rise and resist in my see group and they were protesting president trump's immigration policies i'm scott pringle for seven ten pd is remembering it me as sodas familiar an officer who was shot in the head and killed a year ago today her daughter spoke at a candlelight vigil this morning saying her mother was an optimistic person crazy as it is everybody can see like my mom to a street outside the bronx stationhouse where familiar worked is being named in her honour cops are searching for an eleventh suspect in connection with the alleged gang killing of a bronx teenager fifteen year old louis sandro guzman felise nicknamed junior was killed in a case of mistaken identity in thailand the races onto free twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave workers are trying to keep water from flowing in other avenues that rescuers taking drilling holes in the side of the rock whatever that water can come out i spoke to an official elliott today and he said that what they might do is get the boys and fit within life jackets because they really don't want to get their heads under the water that is one of the things i feel is really very dangerous that's correspondent james longman president trump has reportedly interviewed seven candidates for the supreme court opening but there's some concern about those he's spoken to several republican lawmakers are raising concerns about one of the leading contenders president trump's nominee for the supreme court abc news has learned that senators rand paul tom cotton and ted cruz have all called the president to express concerns about brett cavanaugh a federal appeals court judge here in washington cavanaugh is a former top official from the george w bush administration some of his critics say he would not be a reliable conservative on the bench pointing to his rulings on recent cases involving abortion and obamacare karen travers abc news the white house and a couple of britain is critically ill after being poisoned with a nerve agent it's the same nerve agent that point poisoned a former russian spy earlier in the year at counterterrorism investigation underway into that deepening poison mystery to people are fighting for their lives authorities confirming through tests they were exposed to the russian nerve agent novacek the same nerve agent used against a former russian spy and his daughter four months ago this new case just seven miles away from where that pair was poisoned three we'll take.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Well the one safer but certainly will not be back next year it is a delightful evening here and the volunteer state bank of the springs right now seventy nine degrees and i'll give you the nashville temperature here in almond we have clear blue skies overhead just a few clouds around us so sunny conditions it is eighty seven degrees right now here in downtown nashville and the breeze what little we have is out of the north at around five miles per hour the humidity is up there at forty one percents still not too bad it will get a lot worse before before the end of summer which hasn't even begun yet the sows wearing their throwback younis tonight the royal blue and red trim blue caps red bills bright white home younis with the red and blue trim the oldfashioned stir of socks pulled away up to go along with those white shoes and they're blue socks white shoes so it's kind of a nostalgic look for the sound sky sox in their powder blue jerseys with the navy blue sleeves emanating from the shoulders blue cavs great pants and navy blue socks ready to go for the finale.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Number one source for ice air p tax water source heat pumps and fan coils it is a beautiful seventy nine degrees a little humid but are gorgeous for this time of year and while we have a moment i'm sure you have all heard about the um the apple watch gate scandal that went on yankees and red sox and the commissioner had said that while the bottom line is he's finding the red sox we don't know how much it is which in turn will will be donated by the commissioner's office to hurricane relief efforts in florida moreover all thirty clubs have been notified that future violations of this type will be subject to more serious sanctions including the possible loss of draft back in the wake of the yankees complained to the commissioner's office the red sox actually brought forward allegation that the yankees made improper use of the yes network in order to decipher the red sox signs the commissioner said there was actually knowing no evidence to support that however they did learn that during an earlier championship season before last year yankees had violated a rule governing the use of the dugout fall the yankees and did not has not done that but they got a fine ju and we don't know how much it is it doesn't seem like as a whole lot but it'll be donated by that office to hurricane relief efforts in florida so as joe girardi where asked about this he said they made their ruling and it's over and we move on also the yankees today announced that they are donating five hundred thousand dollars to hurricane erma relief efforts two hundred and fifty thousand dollars going to the red cross and two hundred fifty thousand dollars to these salvation army and of course the steinbrenner's glib down in tampa and everybody feels the full effect of this and this is going to go on for a long time so people trying to rebuild their lives so all this money the the findings from the apple watch gates scandal and the regular donations wrong everybody's all going to the hurricane relief effort and and good for them and.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"The right now it's seventy nine degrees stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time eight o five art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center current tensions with north korea reached a new high today komos charlie harger tells us about the new development the day started with a washington post report that north korea has successfully miniature rise its nuclear warheads to the point they can be squeezed onto the top of the missile capable of hitting the mainland us president trump wars of fire and fury if north korea continues its threatening move has been very threat a normal stay they will be met with fire fury and frankly power the rights of which this world has never seen tom colina is with the ploughshares fund fonda group against nuclear weapons and says the us and north korea need to talk it's certainly not unbelievable that a conventional crisis could now escalate into a nuclear crisis so we need to shortcircuit that process by starting talks it's not clear whether north korea has perfected everything necessary for a nuclear missile to launch flawlessly inhibits intended target it would take the euro than 30 minutes from missile launch in north korea for eighteen hit the seattle area charlie harger komo news they've before bellevue a day after that is bellevue said not in our city tonight federal way will decide if it will allow supervised injections sites within city limits he gun is expected open two sites like one in vancouver bc one will be in seattle but the other location right now is undecided sites are for a place for people to use illegal drugs off the streets while being monitored vote by the city council is expected tonight in federal way four suspects in a daring robbery at southcenter mall are on the run tonight komos gade cohen says the crime unfolded quickly this afternoon as scary cnet felt southcenter more nobody's aleo allowed was shopping on the first floor when a lockdown began and obvious that in an manager i guess came into the store locked the doors and told all of us to get to the back door police say four robbers ran into ben bridge jeweler with hammers around one thirty and started breaking it a cases and take jewell rate there were no words spoken there were no threats made there were no guns involved uh they just smashed in grabbed and.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"At seventy nine degrees and mostly cloudy our top local story this hour the mayor abell tuna has died the city's website says maher skip conch link died on on saturday he was a commissioner on the des moines area regional transit commission a member of the metropolitan planning organization and the convention and visitors bureau board of directors funeral arrangements are pending our top national story president trump said yesterday it was very cowardly that former fbi director james comey leaked a memo to the press after he was fire just hours after the president's tweet republican senator lindsey graham went on cbs's face the nation to say the president's tweets do not help him at all you may be the first president in history to go down because you can't stop inappropriately talking about an investigation that if he just were quiet would clear of senator mike lee of utah another republican says he does not see anything that amounts to obstruction of justice regarding trump and colmey if he's got evidence of collusion bring it forward if he's got evidence of corruption of obstruction bring it forward we made his comments on abc's this week and former governor terry branstad and his wife chris stopped by whol radio saturday morning live this week as they can you preparations for their moved to china the ambassador says when they must i visited the country no buildings were over six durie's a most everyone rode a bicycle but that's very different from what he sees there today skyscrapers a bullet trains and every kind of luxury car you can imagine i always say it's like new eric city times five or six the branstad say the residence has about four miles from the uh from the embassy but because of the traffic it'll be a 45minute ride to work i'm steven anthony our next scheduled news in thirty.