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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.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are must see at six oh three to seventy nine degrees in Phoenix well the virus in Arizona you know I don't really feel like we were very weighty nurse Samantha Lang talking about the influx of covert nineteen patients she another icy new ICU nurses at banner Boswell in Sun City started to see about a week ago it went from you know maybe five six patient positive and argue it at times you almost our entire thirty eight bed ICU all she says she usually has one or two patients to care for in the ICU but now she's caring for three or four at a time she also says the hospital barely has enough ventilators for the patients who need them ABC's Matt Gutman is covering the president's visit to Yuma today where hospitals are also scrambling to accommodate coronavirus patients from Tucson to Yuma if you think about any single patient situation longer than five seconds you're gonna have like a mini meltdown internally the county's only hospital he's now calling on every available nurse in the region and for volunteers from out of state we are having a situation where we don't have enough nursing staff as ABC's Matt Gutman Arizona has the top three largest fires currently burning in the US the bush fire burning northeast of the valley has charred one hundred eighty seven thousand acres and is sixty one percent contained the magnifier near the north rim of the Grand Canyon has burned more than sixty nine thousand acres is twenty eight percent contained governor Doug Ducey says thousands are battling the flames including over nine hundred right now that are working on the big horn fire this is incredibly dangerous work the big horn fire near Tucson is fifty eight thousand acres and the third largest in the country K. D. A. R. I.'s on immigration president trump has extended a ban on green cards issued outside the US and till the end of the year the green card ban will apply the technology non agricultural seasonal cultural exchange and foreign manager workers the president making exceptions for food processing workers who make up nearly fifteen percent of the H. two B. visas health care workers will also escape the green card freeze the president saying his goal is to free up more than a half million jobs for Americans now out of work at ABC sandy field new developments this morning that tragic case of two missing children with ties to Arizona who were found dead in Idaho it's taken another bizarre twist it's a case that has gripped the nation the remains of missing seventeen year olds highly Ryan and her seven year old brother Joshua JJ valoe found on June ninth buried on a property belonging to their mother's new husband in Idaho now new court documents allege their mother believe the children were zombies and that she was on a mission to rid the world of such creatures police say Lori develop her husband Chad Pell doomsday believes along with the mysterious deaths of their former spouses the day bills are in custody on separate felony charges Derek Dennis ABC news KTAR news time six oh seven that whole situation is just so bad all right let's get an update on traffic right now here is Danny Sullivan in forty two would end this morning in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well I'm not seeing any big delays on your free weights right now but I am not.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"A high of seventy seven right now it's seventy nine degrees Michael stets WJR news next the World Health Organization cautions about thinking increased testing as the reason for coronavirus cases spiking in the U. S. as well as around the globe we do not believe that this is a testing phenomena the WHO's Dr Mike Ryan at Monday's press briefing says the virus is spreading very quickly especially in the Americas both north and South America solutions are also rising debts are also rising they're not due to increased testing per se so there definitely is a shift in the sense that the virus is now very well established actor Maria ventricle says to the lack of people continuing to practice physical distancing mask wearing in hand washing is a contributing factor when it does have a chance to infect people it can kill people personal responsibility in protecting each other she says is important I'm Jim Roope new covered nineteen numbers at Michigan the death toll stands at five thousand eight hundred and fifty three with sixty one thousand four hundred and nine new cases and it's up seven deaths and seven one hundred and seventy nine cases from yesterday in Miami officials are been cracking down on businesses not following the rules that means restricting capacity and requiring the use of masks as covert nineteen inspections have been rising in the state when asked if fellow president Donald Donald Trump would be allowed to have a rally in Miami Suarez says now is not the time or not opening large venues where you can have any sort of a large congregation of people whether it's a sporting event whether it's a rally also known those kinds of things are open in the city and won't be open after today's data which is worse than last last Monday's was postal rallies are being planned for Detroit in Kalamazoo on Tuesday the American postal workers union organizing the rallies across the country in hopes hashtag save the post office will trend on social media the action is aimed at boosting Senate bills for postal service funding so it can survive its covert nineteen induced financial crisis and keep the agency from running out of money the Dow closed up today a hundred and fifty three points the nasdaq was up one ten four W. J. R. news I'm Marie Osborne more with Magellan to met at super slow zones staying strong and healthy is more important than ever their private exercise studio can be your answer.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Knew about predatory behavior but did nothing about it good asking for example says former coach Andrew king abused her starting when she was eleven five years of abuse leading to a lifetime of depression the bad weather rolled through parts of the nation's midsection in Sandusky Ohio nearly one hundred year old theater was damage at the state theatre and then just a lot of like debris flying into the air pieces of the roof kind of peeling back it was pretty wild pretty terrifying this is CBS news dell technologies advisors are here to help businesses work remotely with unparalleled collaboration solutions like windows ten and Microsoft teams call eight seven seven ask tell one oh three on Thursday the eleventh of June a steamy seventy nine degrees going up to the upper eighties good afternoon I'm mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour more businesses in Maryland will be opening tomorrow during phase two of re opening new today prince George's county will be entering phase two on Monday businesses there will be allowed to re open but they will also be subject to safeguards and some limits restaurants can open indoor dining at fifty percent capacity and hair cuts will be allowed by appointment only nail salons massage spas can now re open by appointment with strong safeguards personal discount executive Angela also Brooks outdoor community pools both public and private may open at twenty five percent capacity and must practice social distancing houses of worship can open at twenty five percent capacity inside outdoor services of two hundred fifty people or less as long as they maintain appropriate social distancing not opening gyms fitness centers and indoor pools Kristy king WTOP news now Montgomery County does not begin phase two with the rest of the states tomorrow bonds Montgomery County may start phase two next week northern Virginia starts phase two tomorrow DC has not yet set a date to enter phase two of re opening metro has dramatically cut back service because of the pandemic of course now it's narrowing its window for wind service could increase service could ramp up between mid August and mid September says general manager Paul Wiedefeld narrowing the previous window of August to October and we expect to be able to determine more specific plan by next month's again as we gather more information should be on school openings moreover lease metros currently operating at about thirty five percent of normal peak service the next phase would see it jumped to seventy to eighty percent levels changes this month include reopening trains first and last rail cars when possible to allow for better social distancing.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"Seen it all today everything has changed except their commitment to their community visit van metre homes dot com slash curbside I read a Kessler WTOP traffic storm team four meteorologist Chuck bell after a few days in the steamy subpoena some summer time around here we will get a break from the humidity for Friday and Saturday but we have to get through the rest of your Thursday first cold front coming through and interacting with all this humidity around means that we will have a high chance for rain today it'll come down fast and furious for a few minutes and then stop and we'll get some sunshine and then another burst of rain that pattern will be repeated well into the afternoon and rain drops probably won't be out of southern Maryland until early this evening could have a stray thunderstorm or two but severe weather is not expected today's high eighty six tomorrow sparkling blue skies and sunshine nice and warm for your Friday high eighty eight degrees Saturday will be very pleasant clouds increasing but Saturday will stay dry with low humidity Saturday's high eighty two and then on Sunday Tampa if you're stuck in the seventies with rain likely I'm storm team four meteorologist Chuck bell for WTOP's cloudy in seventy nine degrees in the nation's capital this is WTOP your source for today's top news traffic and weather the DMV always connected and constantly updated twenty four seven three sixty five in your car at home at work and told to go WTOP this a moment WTOP at twelve thirty one good afternoon I'm Deborah Feinstein Jocelyn Chesson at the editor's desk coming up a huge sell off on Wall Street right now the Dow down more than thirteen hundred points that's nearly five percent the nation's top military officer apologizing for appearing with president trump in Lafayette square last week a new pushing Congress to get rid of Confederate names from military bases on Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller WTOP at twelve thirty one CBS news update it feels like late March again on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average has nose dived nearly fourteen hundred points business analyst Jill Schlesinger says it comes after the fed warned of a prolonged.
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 in Boston is twelve thirty on your Wednesday good afternoon on Laurie curbing here's what's happening got busy quickly governor Baker just wrapping up his on the road coronavirus update it was all about public transportation today and let's go live to Kim Tunnicliffe who cover the news conference at maverick station on the blue line Lori B. R. governor Baker got a look at all the work that's being done at maverick station here in East Boston he says the culprits actuation has allowed the T. extra time to get work done a lot quicker ridership is way down they had planned on doing this work through a series of at night time and weekend diversion later this year so far about twenty two hundred feet of tracks then replaced between the maverick and aquarium stations that will allow for the lifting of speed restrictions in that area of the trap official told reporters that service levels on the table increase during phase two of the governor three opening which is expected to start around June eight transportation secretary Stephanie Steve Papa Jack that the MBTA plans on using crowding threshold to track riders and provide extra service as it needed in East Boston Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio R. thank you Kim and Justin addendum there obviously the concern of the tea is social distancing it they're going to be using guidelines from the World Health Organization for how many people should be on a bus for example at any given time now in the past it was fifty people that was considered overcrowded is now going to be twenty people on a T. bus for example and they're going to track it the MBTA unclear what they'll do once the twenty people are on board will they tell people to get off on clear this story now it is clear that there is another cluster of corona virus in Worcester nineteen workers have tested positive at the Sam's club distribution center on Tobias Boland way now the center is not open to the public so only workers have been exposed here but this is the same center in the same shopping complex as the Walmart we're just last month eighty one Walmart employees tested positive for cove in nineteen we spoke earlier today with Worcester city manager ed Augustus our folks have been down there talking to them they feel like they're doing everything that they should they follow the right protocols as essential employees as the Sam's club distribution center for Phil's online orders for folks who are at home we need that food and other necessities delivered to their home so they are considered an essential service and the stop and shop in Brockton asking some workers to self quarantine after two employees at the stop and shop on north Montello street in Brockton test positive for corona virus they say the store has been entirely scrub down and is no longer contagious and the workers will be allowed to go back to work if they are not showing signs that there are no longer contagious or twelve thirty three on double traffic and weather together Kevin Reynolds here right now with the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes good afternoon as it warms up getting really warm out there most certainly is warm out their windows down maybe even air conditioner on if you're heading out on area roadways right now to expect delays though here on the mass pike eastbound into workers at route nine and that Framingham stretch and then beyond that watch out for crash soon after the Natick rest area mass pike you got some slowdowns both directions out in that Warren Broomfield stretch traffic down to one lane each direction here between mile markers seventy and seventy four up to the north it's all about route one route one north bouncing delays through that mall that stretch Lynch street getting up to the right lane crews just before route ninety nine in the Broadway merge here in Saugus more brake lights up at street sweeping crews look like they're up by the jug handle lights in Peabody dal everyone southbound on the break soon after those lights getting down the left lane closure after the Linfield tunnel now south of town route three north bound seeing some brake lights here by two twenty eight in Rocklin route one north bound hung up in Norwood into the road work after the pontiff street and route twenty five in Bourne has delays approaching leflake work right at the base of the.
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 970 WFLA
"Due to another accident just be careful as you drive through that area Carl the news radio WFLA pretty average day across the bay area temperatures will fall into the upper sixties this evening and to near sixty by Sunday morning so not nearly as cool the warming trend continues Sunday afternoon with a high near seventy nine degrees in a ten percent chance for an isolated inland shower Monday near eighty Tuesday AT one our next week front doesn't arrive until Wednesday it will be a beautiful weekend on the water wins B. northeast about five not cease to feet or less and bay and inland waters smooth I knew channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at she close from the he seems to think so far we keep premiere networks presents coast to coast AM now Richards there is and this is I think just a.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"No construction tonight you should be able to get where you're going just fine for all the news radio WFLA pretty average day across the bay area temperatures will fall into the upper sixties this evening and to near sixty by Sunday morning so not nearly as cool the warming trend continues Sunday afternoon with a high near seventy nine degrees in a ten percent chance for an isolated inland shower Monday near eighty Tuesday AT one or next week front doesn't arrive until Wednesday it will be a beautiful weekend on the water winds be northeast about five not cease to feet or less and bay and inland waters smooth I news channel eight neurologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at lightning islanders tomorrow night at seven on news radio WFLA the home of lightning hockey hi this is because these will start this at Clearwater marine aquarium in experience winters Wonderland with our rescue dolphins winter health and peak day increased the holiday spirit with festive lights kid friendly activities and see why both cruises during extended evening hours details of the winter dot com pay less tax with Maggie tax do you know what your largest expenses likely it's taxes with year end fast approaching now is your chance to save hundreds even thousands of dollars on your twenty nineteen tax bill visit Nagy tax dot com today where right now they're offering tax services starting at just sixty nine dollars save hundreds or thousands of dollars on your tax bill visit Maggie tax dot com for a limited time offering tax services starting at just sixty nine dollars visit Nagy tax dot com according to re texture posted on social media best but that's not real if you or someone you know feels overwhelmed by real life the crisis center of Tampa Bay can help call two one one and be heard tagliano insurance wants you to know to be in B. childhood cancer foundation is helping kids be cancer even be was founded and is still run by parents of kids fighting cancer they built a research consortium of forty seven children's hospitals across North America bringing brave hope to kids through innovative clinical trials help beating be make sure every kid fighting cancer gets a promise of don't worry we know how to beat this get involved but Tony have beat cancer for kids dot com or italiana insurance dot com your listening WFLA canalis news radio WFLA ninety four point five FM radio elves have done it again I heard Christmas radio is better than ever one hundred percent Christmas favorite commercial free the holidays make sure you keep your Christmas radio on wherever you go super easy on your smart hello I heard Christmas radio your music your stations and number one this is news radio LA you can get from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM now here's your guest host Richard Serra welcome back say hello on Twitter at Richard Serra as why because.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Would probably going to be in the seventies and by Monday we may even be higher than that but it yeah it's it's going to be mass is almost eighty degrees here yesterday while I'm not in that sun out and everything even late last night it was warm but not as warm as was in case Caples kill streak to no well you know what though you know it's very moderate temperatures down there shoot it'll be seventy eight in the morning and eighty four in the afternoon even with the bright sunshine you know they don't have I don't have much in the way of seasons but I got the rainy season and the rest of the time it's not the rainy season you know as as temperatures don't temperatures don't change a whole lot and it's not the rainy season now no we've got now the rainy season so we're into the to the catch a bunch of sale for season right now and I mean a bunch and it just gets better all the way up through January and then the later we get into the spring we start seeing more Marley and when little selfish either all the selfish your hundred hundred twenty pounds I mean they're big Ole fatty third biggest of Marlon I'll catch here yeah but seventy nine degrees mostly cloudy on their we got striped marlin blue marlin we got black mon we catch more blue marlin than anything else really the strat we don't we catch more Bluemont and we'll catch a big blue marlin occasionally you know for five hundred pounds most of the time and fifty two hundred pounds of strive Mormon and only get away about fifty sixty pounds of those black marlin would give the white marlin weighs a hundred fifty to our parents sometimes with those babies can way yeah six seven hundred eight hundred pounds you know but a Jerry Oman god look at the size of the monster though yeah look at the size of that he just keeps going what do you boys better start reason not suffering a lot of.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"See the Doobie brothers June tenth at mid Florida credit union amphitheatre from newsradio WFLA the Democrats could draft articles of impeachment soon I'm Carmen Roberts fox news abuse of power bribery contempt of Congress and obstruction of justice those are just four of the potential articles of impeachment that house Judiciary Committee Democrats could draw up against president trump and sources tell fox news articles may come as soon as next month Republican Chris store says hold on those who hate the president they haven't changed their minds but there's a lot of Americans who look at this and they think it's really link to impeach and remove a president for this on Thursday two more witnesses testified at the public impeachment hearings Fiona hill a top Russian expert at the National Security Council and David Holmes a US diplomat in Ukraine Holmes talked about over hearing a phone call of the president's home spoke about it under questioning by house intelligence democratic counsel Daniel Goldman who asked him I think generally what did president trump think of Ukraine's that is that right correct what ambassador Simon say to you easy doesn't really care about you did you use slightly more colorful language and that he did what did he say that he does care about is that occurred on big stuff Fiona hills of former official in the National Security Council who warned lawmakers Moscow wants to create chaos in American politics right now Russian security services on their proxies have geared up to repeat their interference in the twenty twenty election fox is Mike Emanuel reporting to members of the Air Force base in Oklahoma dying what's being called an aircraft mishap the sermon were aboard one of two Air Force T. thirty eight talon switch our training aircraft officials at Vance airforce base on seeing exactly what happened but colonel Corey Simmons did say the mishap occurred during a landing phase of the mission the other crew was not hurt fox's kernels got America's listening to fox news from the borders of the credit union home loans traffic center will overall things are moving well on the roads this morning as we have no delays on two seventy five and you're coming up the Howard Franklin bridge making your way into downtown Tampa looks like a nice ride continues through the junction on the I. four engine with the keyboard city area out to the fairgrounds still working that earlier accident southbound on seventy five your state road sixty everything's off to the side no real delays through that area traffic is looking good on the interstate to route from Dallas County and no delays on the sunshine skyway bridge my major Springer news radio WFLA and a few clouds appear today will have a few of those this evening as well extra moisture in the atmosphere but still pleasant conditions in fact it feels a little warmer sixty eight degrees this evening fifty nine our forecast low pretty close to the average low for Friday seventy nine degrees for a high beautiful day mostly sunny skies will see a few clouds but generally nice for Saturday same story partly cloudy skies eighty bit more atmospheric moisture approaching cold front Sunday gives us a.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Caution Asian women through that area notably twenty seventy five coming off the bridge as you're heading into downtown Tampa traffic is moving well on I. for construction continues on Gandhi for the bridge due to Dale Maybury and we are shut down on the someone from bay to bay through to Gandhi I made a Springer newsradio WFLA fall temperatures appear to have a ride with quite a few clouds around for the evening temperatures mid sixties could be a few sprinkles here and there sixty to our forecast low for Thursday morning will keep a thirty percent chance of showers throughout the day ahead of an approaching cold front seventy nine degrees for high the afternoon Friday a fifty percent chance of showers maybe a storm high of seventy three degrees cooler behind that front sets up a nice weekend with highs near seventy and more sunshine obviously much cooler Easter northeast winds five to fifteen not sees two to three a moderate choppy waters I understand like sheep in a religious Steve jury news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at he's the go to then again this one this is from somewhere deep below the earth this is coast to coast AM with George Noory on premiere networks the expand as back with us former FBI special agent John.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"D. B. O. forecasters say we'd be warming up than we are they John radar to see if there's any shower activity in about half a minute our top story for working to learn the cause of death after a partly decomposed body was found on the grounds of a condo complex in east Orange County Andrew green tells our news partner channel line he found that body I just saw the body with bags on the right crime scene tape now surrounds the area near the Winter Park woods condo that's there for thirty six the sheriff's office has yet to say of the body is that of a man or a woman ninety six point five W. DPO Landau turns first breaking news sunny and nice for our Sunday with mostly sunny skies across all of central Florida will have a few more extra clouds over near coastline from channel nine Eyewitness News a meteorologist Kissinger criminal Dave all were clear of rain news on the six point five W. D. B. O. interactive weather radar seventy eight right now and we're making wishes come true for chronically ill children here in central Florida find out how you can help a WDEL wish dot com Republicans wanted former vice president Joe Biden's son hunter and the the whistle blower to testify in the open house impeachment hearings this week democratic congressman Adam Schiff now says that's not gonna happen SpaceX hopes to launch its falcon nine rocket bond a morning the company needs to send dozens of star link satellites into space SpaceX hopes the launch those satellites in order to provide faster internet service to people all over the world launch window is open ended nine fifty one tomorrow morning today's the last day of the electric daisy carnival in Orlando the largest electronic dance music festival on the continent people who live near Tinker field say they're taking advantage of the event by letting drivers to pay to park in their yards the event brings in some seventy five thousand people to the city twelve thirty two into thirty six point five W. D. B. L. hi I'm Jenny do bring your Washington watchdog in this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic news ninety six five W. T. BO weather brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning sunny and nice for our Sunday with mostly sunny skies across all of central Florida will have a few more extra clouds over near coastline with daytime highs expected to hit the mid and upper seventies we'll get to seventy nine degrees in Orlando with a low tonight if sixty two then tomorrow we get slightly warmer back to the eighties from channel line I would this news a meteorologist Kissinger creamy save such security triple team traffic I poor start to see some brake lights right around the attraction Jerry typical slowdowns for the weekend we do have a couple of crashes though in your way shop real branded thirty ninth street and actually there with lane blockage.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Wall Street down on that manufacturing report the Dow down better than one percentage off to eighty seven right now the nasdaq is down seventy and the S. and P. is off nearly thirty one points next news at three thirty breaking news at one star today would lend Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff me getting seven ten W. on NBC news radio station we have seventy nine degrees at three of six. I think we have to. this is for the public is concerned on the fact that the president of the United States. dollars to shake down the leader of another country. political game I believe he knows he's an illegitimate president he knows he knows that there were a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out the way it did. is. well. the revolution. information on. and more. solutions for. glad you're with us where we have so.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And the Dow right now is all thirty seven points the nasdaq is down about forty six and the S. P. is also down it's down five and a half points makes news at three thirty breaking news at once started Evelyn Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. O. on NBC news radio station with seventy nine degrees at three OO six. and there was no pressure no nothing there was no pressure that was not pressure I I will I know when I get pressure and that was that pressure. to know this it is there is no requirement there be a quid pro quo in the conversation. a lot for Ukraine more than the Europeans or anyone else is done for Ukraine but there's not much reciprocity here this is how a mafia boss stocks. well. the revolution. information on. more inspires solutions for. he doesn't talk about. the sun walking away with millions of dollars from Ukraine and then millions of dollars from. in.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"An hour ago Wall Street and right now the Dow is up a hundred and seventy four point two twenty six thousand nine eighty one the nasdaq up AT and the S. and P. is up eighteen points next news at three thirty breaking news of one star today would lend Berman and Michael real in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. O. on NBC news radio station where it's seventy nine degrees at three OO six. you wouldn't think about the green new deal as a kind of organizing concept set of principles I like it a lot if these two issues are in fact one issue if there is a relationship between this complaint in this issue you have not only this illicit conduct by the president I'd states you also have the added element of a cover up everybody looked at this and everybody's looked at it said there's nothing there ask the right questions. the revolution. news and more. solutions for. glad you with us right down our toll.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But we got seventy nine degrees at three o'clock that afternoon I'm Jeff make any president trump today meeting at the United Nations with president Zelewski of Ukraine's allege he says he felt no pressure from president trump to investigate Joe Biden and his son hunter Biden he says nobody pushed I think good phone call to us normal we spoke about many sings mandate so I think from you added that nobody bullshit pushed me yes hello was no pressure from says the transcript shows there's no there there the way you had that built up that call it was going to be the call from hell it turned out to be a nothing call other than a lot of people said I never knew you could be so nice about house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff has a different day we have the president I'd states. engaged in a shakedown of a foreign president. the president I'd states even as he is withholding vital military support to an ally. asking a favor of that ally to investigate his opponent here's what they're talking about the transcript released by the White House today shows president trump asked the Ukrainian leader to looking to deal by then his son hunter trump fast loading here's a Lansky to follow up with his personal attorney Rudy guiliani and with Attorney General William Barr president a lot of your students he had just thank president trump for great support in the area of defense and signaled he was almost ready to buy more American anti tank missiles president trump responded I would like you to do us a favor though any offer the assistance of his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and the Attorney General of the United States to investigate Joe Biden the president insisted he applied no pressure on select ski and the four hundred million dollars in with held American aid was not mentioned toward the end of the call though president trump told the Lynskey your economy is going to get better and better I predict Aron Kader ski ABC news New York a new Quinnipiac poll shows Elizabeth Warren running slightly ahead of Joe Biden the national poll shows Warren with twenty seven percent of democratic voters and independent voters who lean democratic well button is a twenty five percent to two point difference falls within the poll's margin of error so that's a statistical tie the MTA board this afternoon as expected approved a five year more than fifty billion dollar capital plan NCAA tear pad voice is the largest capital plan ever at fifty one billion dollars relies on new funding passage of twenty five billion dollars.
"seventy nine degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Gregg Jarrett John Solomon and David shown or with us if we have another case where they're spying and listening in on the president of the United States and then leaking it David shown that to me is a far bigger issue than the president saying he wants truthful information about maybe some illegal activities that were committed to influence our elections in twenty sixteen. only percent right not think you may be looking at a situation that's a bit I guess again what we need a special prosecutor simply to look into this delicious candy issue when he said it I think this at all there's another big problem here also remember the constitution relegates foreign policy dealing with ambassador dealing with foreign diplomats and heads of country exclusively to the president so for Congress even to be you know making their demands here there is a real separation of powers issue but also undermines the foreign policy of our country this president was elected because he was an outsider I because he was a businessman because you had to make deals he waits on relationships every time they pull something like this may well know it they undermine the relationships he's developing look at the comments the inroads use the foreign policy even while under this whole older data fiasco the foreign policy accomplishments he's made are tremendous nobody before ever made any inroads with some of these other countries another criticize whatever road he takes he has to be able to communicate effectively the other thing I want to say the very important I think is this is the John Solomon's reporting on is clearly a blockbuster but you you said earlier on that it's a the other book right there would be these boomerangs unless you were doing what you're doing it is vitally important that you do you to report and expose these issues well I mean I'm gonna worry now don't I because the Intel community will get me six ways in Sunday's and Solomon and Jared and with all due respect David probably you too no it's vitally important work this is how arts stance on to do this work they're not it's not a coincidence right now we're not gonna have a little David we we won't have a country if our intelligence agencies are spying on our president illegally and their own Maskey and they're leaking raw intelligence because that's what it sounds like it's a possibility again stay right there David shown we have Greg Jarrett we have John Solomon we're gonna get continue our deep dive into this well full coverage of this tonight on Hannity. the voice of New York. seven ten W. O. R. how we got seventy nine degrees at four thirty good afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney the U. S. is imposing sanctions on Iran's National Bank today president trump says he prays there is no war with Iran where laws here drops out of the presidential race saying it clearly.
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.
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.
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.