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UN agency laments northern summer's 'deep wound' to Earth's ice cover
"Climate warming in the Arctic has caused tremendous diminish over the summer months and the European of suffered to you and weather experts said on Tuesday in an update to coincide with the start of autumn in the northern. Hemisphere. The World Meteorological Organization WMO reported major impacts on ice shelves and. Heat records in the polar region included one on Norway's Svalbard archipelago the town of Longyearbyen hit twenty one point seven degrees Celsius seventy, one degrees Fahrenheit on the twenty fifth of July shattering the previous record had stood for forty one years also this summer the UN agency noted that an eighty one kilometer square portion of the milne ice shelf broke off producing the total area by forty-three percent. Warm conditions have also been seen in the European. Alps. The UN agency said with similar consequences temperatures in the absolute fact increased by two degrees, Celsius twentieth century, and the damage that this caused has been amplified by decrease in Snow Ice Cover, which has revealed Daca Rox that absorb more Saudi radiation.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees right now in Boston with overcast skies at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening at the pricing may jobs report from the labor department showing millions of jobs were added last month economic experts have been expecting unemployment to reach Great Depression levels instead again the unemployment rate dropped and Travers has more with the president in Washington president trump was busy on Twitter Friday morning touting the latest jobs report that defied the grim expectations from economists in employment rate declined to thirteen point three percent in the month of may and there were two point five million jobs added that's according to government data from the bureau of labor statistics the president was applauding the jobs number on Twitter and reposting commentary from financial analyst on television Mr trump also announced he would deliver remarks on the report in the rose garden first time he's spoken in public since his statement Monday night on the nationwide protests Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington and checking the numbers right now the Dow Jones is up eight hundred thirty four points the nasdaq is up just about one hundred eighty one the S. and P. five hundred up two and a half percent up to eighty points get more on this coming up in Bloomberg business at eleven OO eight no more protests and vigils are planned for today denouncing police brutality and paying tribute to the life of George Floyd Brigham and women's says it's holding a vigil at noon today installment park over on Francis street on the north shore protest is set for five o'clock in Peabody square another plant in Danvers square at the same time and students are coming together at six o'clock tonight in Chelmsford in the town common now at five thirty this afternoon in Roxbury's Nubian square there will be a gathering to honor the life of Brianna Taylor who would have turned twenty seven today and black lives matter is putting together a protest in Providence this afternoon at four thirty in Kennedy plaza we'll keep an eye on all of these stay with WBZ for updates throughout the evening at eleven oh two last night Boston's on another night of peaceful protesting demonstrations and vigils held in both Jamaica plain and Roslindale other hundreds gathered in front of the soldiers monument J. P. to honor the memory of George Floyd here's one protester on why she came out I think it's just really important now more than ever really speak out the allies in the community you know I'm a teacher of young children and I think it's going to be out there and like sewing that you know I'm here all of my students and you can do anything they want for searching J. P. also rang its bell nine times to symbolize eight minutes forty six seconds an officer held a knee on George Floyd's knack and eleven oh two in other news were watching today the president is coming up to the northeast this afternoon A. B. C.'s Karen Travers has more on his visit president trump traveled to Maine today to visit a company that's making cotton swabs used for covert nineteen testing federal government provided puritan medical products with financial support authorized by the defense production act to ramp.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And it is seventy one degrees in Tempe AZ story you're hearing exclusively on KTAR in honor of national police week the family of fallen police commander Greg Carmichael is talking about his line of duty death for the first time K. T. A. R.'s alley better brings us the story sitting at the critical thing the kitchen table there was a note on the cherry sat in reading Jesus is here in conical tells me that was her husband's seat he would not want me Pickering he just wants to keep living life with thirty one years of service I learned how commander Greg Carmichael lived his life before anything he filled me completely filled with integrity and love for his family look for the people that it protected including how we always put others before himself his daughter Rachel says there's lots of little projects around the house that now my brother and the son in laws completing because he never got because he was doing everything for everybody else their home filled with what he stood for faith family and being a police officer it was so much a part of who he was something he always wanted all through childhood even is about justice integrity fairness the day before commander chronicle was killed in the line of duty his daughter Rachel says they got one last reminder of what he stood for a family man my mom sent us a picture in our family group chat of the TV they were watching the good dinosaur he chose to put the good dinosaur she's like I think he misses his grandma it is the two of them but just the fact that we haven't been able to be around each other because of the corona virus she could tell he missed us and missed having the kids around alley vector KTAR news KTAR dot com to see a video of the exclusive interview with the chronicle family at seven twenty five at eight forty two AM this morning we have Danny Sullivan from the valley Chevy dealers truck center and I've got a couple of areas of slowing for you a slow traffic I. seventeen southbound Seventh Avenue to seven street and on.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Seventy one degrees at DFW airport with five seventy KLIF news and information on Nicole deal he's brought to you by Texas gun experience forward police are investigating after they say two of their patrol cars were vandalized with gunfire officer Tracy Carter says the department staged a several marked police cars throughout the city promoting recruitment in driver safety is very hurtful you know you have officers that do this job every day could it possibly have been out of the house or sit in the car for sure yes you someone's willing to ride around issue patrol cars that's not a good situation Carter says they want to be a department that's community oriented saying this is a setback but they will get through it if you have any information please contact fort worth police let's get a look at your money here Spencer my gallon with network radio the biggest point gain in history for the Dow Jones industrial average up twelve hundred ninety three points that's about five percent just today twenty six thousand seven oh three at the close the Dow Jones industrial average the fastest two week decline since the crisis and the index stands at a minus six percent so far this year the rebound today appears correlated to the research we presented this last weekend the corona virus growth is actually slowing the rate of growth slowing at the same time anticipated fed cuts for Saint Patrick's day their meeting announcement actually comes the day after ten year treasury falling to near one percent this morning signaling the fed will cut rates unless we go up thirteen hundred points today I'm Spencer Miguel and president Miguel in group net worth radio dot com let's get a look at KLIF right now traffic here's bill Jackson in Plano and Dallas north tollway self funded Tennyson parkway in accident blocks the left lane in Dallas and I thirty eastbound at Packard there's a collision on the shoulders so extra laser through the downtown canyon unlike twenty east on the pole correct blocks the left lane on loop twelve waltz walkers some thundering Boulevard the left lanes blocked by a crash that's backed up to I. thirty five E. in Arlington at three sixty self funded by thirty a small blocks the right plane that's adding to slow going from one eighty three with K. ally of traffic I'm bill Jackson and now a look at your KLIF news and information forecast is W. FHB they're all just a lady on with a look at your forecast tonight temperatures falling into the lower fifties with a chance of a few showers or thunderstorms some of those could be on the strong.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's seventy one degrees at news radio WFLA a teenager's idea of a joke has been facing serious charges in Pinellas county a fourteen year old boy was arrested after deputies say he threatened violence and countryside high school deputies say he posted pictures of guns on Instagram and warn students not to go to school today deputies say the boy has no weapons or access to any they say he was just kidding federal state and local officials are promising to work together to keep Florida's twenty twenty elections secure Larry Keith is the US attorney for the Northern District of Florida we want the people of Florida no at their government their whole government local state and federal levels will maintain the integrity of their election system he was joined by the F. B. I. Florida secretary of state and the head of the county elections supervisor association a man's accused of threatening to blow up a church in Hillsboro county deputies arrested fifty five year old Willie Littlefield after he allegedly threatened to bomb fellowship Baptist church in the notice sassa in U. S. three oh one they claim the explosives were in a car parked outside the church the deputies say no bomb was found the whistleblower who triggered the trump impeachment inquiry is willing to answer written questions from Republican lawmakers the anonymous whistle blowers lawyer says they've given the GOP in Congress the opportunity to submit written questions at the whistle blower would answer under oath and penalty of perjury a new poll says nearly half of all voters one president trump impeached and removed from office the fox news poll says forty nine percent want him impeached forty one percent oppose impeachment the poll also found that six in ten believe trump did ask foreign leaders to investigate political opponents and two thirds called it inappropriate it's nine oh four eight newsradio WFLA weather is not.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O. law. seventy one degrees at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Joe Bartlett president trump being accused of breaking the law and the White House accused of a cover up this is the whistle blower report is out the complainant indicated I have received information from multiple US government officials that the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the twenty twenty U. S. selection the complaint interpreted president trump's phone call with Ukrainian president so Lynskey as pressuring a foreign country to investigate one of the president's main domestic political rivals further the whistleblower said senior White House officials had intervene to lock down all records of the phone call a signal the complaint said that they understood the gravity of what was discussed Aron Kader ski ABC news New York house intelligence chair Adam Schiff says the president's sacrifice national security and he did it for his own personal benefit we were presented with the most graphic evidence yet. that the present United States has betrayed his oath of office. the trade is to defend our national security. and the traders of to defend our constitution acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire being pressed about it today on why he didn't immediately give the complaint to Congress he said there was an unprecedented set of circumstances and reviewing the complaint we were immediately struck by the fact that many of the allegations in the complaint are based on a conversation between the president and another former leader such calls are typically subject to executive privilege wires says the case ultimately fell outside his purview any handed over to the justice department he says the whistle blower did the right thing but refused to take a stand on whether or not president trump did anything wrong the whistle blower complaint to a an involved that the allegation of that but it is not for me the intelligence committee to decide on the president to conduct foreign policy furries interaction with leaders of other countries and why refused to say whether or not he discussed the issue with the present my conversations with the president because in the director of national intelligence are privileged and it would be inappropriate for me because it would destroy my relationship with the president and intelligence matters to the free to fault any of my conversations with the president of the United States the complaint is raise some alarm among some Republicans including congressman will hurt who calls it concerning the White House will downplaying the significance immediate reaction from the White House nothing has changed that's a statement from White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham after the house intelligence committee released a declassified version of a whistle blower complaint Christian because it quote nothing more than a collection of third hand accounts of events and cobbled together press clippings all of which shows nothing improper Karen Travers ABC news the White House house Democrats have already begun an impeachment inquiry the question is whether or not the White House is ready for a fight the short answer is no you know they had prepared leading up to Mahler I get the sense that they did not think this was coming I know they didn't think this was coming because for months they had been telling us they didn't think that Nancy Pelosi would go there this happened with lightning speed they do not have the first. luxury either in the White House counsel's office or the White House communications office news correspondent Jonathan Karl and another news today it will cost more across the Hudson River Port Authority racing told the cash told the GWB Lincoln in Hollywood go from fifteen to sixteen dollars and there would be less of an easy pass discount also the path base fare remains the same but that multi trip discount reduced as well in this crazy for can be bloemen paycheck Kane going up Port Authority says it needs the money for path improvements and a new air train monorail to Newark airport among other things there's all kinds of phones everywhere that are.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees in Boston at five o'clock good afternoon Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening at five president trump welcome transparency in the with the lower case but toward transparency when it comes to Joe Biden he also said this about Democrats who went to Ukraine to meet with its leaders. president trump taking questions from reporters at the U. S. mission to the U. N. during a news conference calling the whistle blowers complaint a witch hunt and hoax calling for Joe Biden and his son to be transparent accusing biting the threatening Ukraine with an unspecified ultimatum and of taking millions of dollars out of China in Ukraine while Biden was V. P. president was just ask why is it appropriate for U. S. president to ask a foreign leader for help in investigating a political rival Biden and Mr trump says it was an inquiry about corruption the Democrats did this hoax. or the United Nations which was perfect because this way it takes away from this tremendous achievements that were. taking care of doing that we're involved in president trump says president Obama did the same thing when looking into Russian ties the trump campaign house and Senate intelligence committee members today are looking at the whistle blowers complaint Chuck C. written ABC news is WBZ news and the president still speaking at that news conference and he said this about Democrats who also wants Ukraine to meet with its leaders they threatened him. if you didn't do things. now that's what they're choosing we have but I didn't do it I didn't threaten anybody we are listening and watching this news conference under way right now in New York he but here on WBZ newsradio and the I heart radio app we did as people locally how they feel about what's unfolding in the White House in Washington.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees with sunshine and a few clouds in Boston it is twelve thirty on this Thursday afternoon in this portion of the news is brought to you by Toyota Toyotas official website for deals buy a Toyota dot com thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening nearly eight hundred and seventy more drivers in Massachusetts have had their driver's license suspended a new report is out from The Boston Globe saying the registry of motor vehicles today confirm those new suspensions as their operations review continues now this was launched after the deadly crash back in June involving a Springfield man should not have been driving is he is alleged to have been the cause of that deadly motorcycle crash that killed seven people there are in the acting registrar James Tessler wrote an eight page progress report the fifth one they've done since the scandal broke on their license practices there have been over twenty four hundred additional suspension since they started to dive deeper into their operations well something we're continuing to follow with police in Claremont New Hampshire they're involved in a standoff that has been going on for hours since early this morning there were initial reports of shots fired in a shelter in place order is still in effect for the area now police say they are negotiating with the man who is inside of a home using a loud speaker there but no injuries reported the state police swat team is on the scene anymore developments there will have them for you right here on WBZ it's twelve thirty one tonight president trump will be on the stage in New Hampshire a campaign rally at the southern New Hampshire university arena in Manchester WBZ TV is on a miler is there with the crowd's who have been getting ready for quite a while some supporters have been waiting in line since yesterday morning to see president trump speak it's his first visit to the granite state for his twenty twenty campaign meanwhile others are.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And seventy one degrees on monument circle of your high today ninety one I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at eight thirty two that's what wal Mart CEO Doug McMillon said this week el Paso Walmart manager though Robert Evans says he's lost his sense of normalcy at work after watching a shooter killed twenty two people and injured dozens of others in his store Saturday to see someone disrupt that for no reason that's difficult Walmart is also being pressured to stop selling guns there are reports the president trump spoke on the phone with the national rifle association's chief executive Wayne lapierre Tuesday it's not clear who called who but various reports suggest lapierre told trump that endorsing tougher background checks would not be popular with his base the president said Wednesday that there's an appetite for such checks an investigation of the shooting of a suspect by I am P. D. is expected to take at least another week but the results may take longer to release Eric Berman reports I am P. D. could that's two separate reviews of shootings one criminal and one administrative chief Brian Roach says he won't be able to discuss the internal review until the criminal one is over I have nothing that would suggest other than those officers were in fear of their life they weren't prepared for when that gun came around and they reacted based on their training one question still to be answered what happened to the gun officers say to Sean downing have drawn when they shot a Roach says police found two guns one outside on the opposite side of the car and one of the drivers seat Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news this country music legend says he's sorry on the.
Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host mark murphy celebrity chef and run tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty. Look at the world food food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes every friday could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts look to brain stuff production of iheartradio brain stuff lauren boban here. If you're an american you've ever ever had a conversation with someone from another country about the weather. You've probably been a little confused when he or she said the afternoon. Temperature is a nice twenty one degrees to to you that might sound like a chilly winter day but to them. It's a pleasantly warm springtime temperature. That's because virtually every other country throughout the world uses the celsius temperature scale part of the metric system which denotes the temperature at which water freezes as zero degrees and the temperature at which boils as one hundred degrees but the u._s. u._s. And a few other holdouts the cayman islands the bahamas believes in palo clinging to the fahrenheit scale in which water freezes at thirty two degrees and boils at two hundred and twelve twelve that means that the twenty one degrees celsius temperature that we previously mentioned is the equivalent of a balmy seventy degrees fahrenheit in the united states. The persistence of fahrenheit is one of those puzzling american idiosyncrasies like how the u._s. uses the word soccer to describe what the rest of the planet calls football so why is it that the u._s. Us uses a different temperature scale and why doesn't it switch to be consistent with the rest of the world. There doesn't seem to be a logical answer except perhaps inertia americans generally. I don't really seem to distrust the metric system. A twenty fifteen poll found that just twenty one percent of the public favoured converting to metric measures while sixty four percent were opposed it might make more sense of fahrenheit was old school in celsius with some modern upstart a sort of the new coq of temperature but in reality they were created only about two decades apart part fahrenheit was created by its namesake. A german scientist named daniel gabriel fahrenheit who in the early seventeen hundreds was the first known person design alcohol and mercury thermometers that we're both precise and consistent so that any of his instruments would register the same temperature reading in a given place at a given moment thanks to his working skill in managing glass when fahrenheit started out the key thing he was interested in was coming up with the same temperature reading all the time not comparing temperatures of different things or different times of day but when he presented a paper on his system for measuring temperature to the royal society of london in seventeen twenty four he apparently realized that he had come up with the standard temperature scale as well. We spoke with don hilfiger a research meteorologist to colorado state university's cooperative institute for research in the atmosphere and and also president of the u._s. Metric association a group that advocates conversion to the metric system he explained basically the fahrenheit scale was devised a zero as the coldest oldest temperature for a mix of ice and salt water and the upper end was thought to be body temperature approximately ninety six degrees fahrenheit making a scale that could be progressively divided by two do this resulted in the freezing melting temperature being thirty two degrees fahrenheit not very useful number. The boiling temperature for water was then set at two twelve again not not a very useful number the temperature's one hundred and eighty degrees apart again a multiple of two nevertheless the system apparently sounded pretty good to officials officials of the british empire who adopted fahrenheit as their standard temperature scale which is how eventually became established in the american colonies. Well meanwhile though in seventeen forty forty two a swedish astronomer named anders celsius came up with a less unwieldy system based on multiples of ten in which there was precisely a one hundred degree difference between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water at sea level the neat one hundred degrees symmetry of the celsius scale made it a natural fit for the metric system which was formerly developed by the french in the late seventeen eighteen hundreds but the english speaking world nevertheless clung stubbornly to its preference for awkward units such as the pound in the inch and fahrenheit went along for the ride but finally in nineteen sixty one the u._k. Met office then called the u._k. Meteorological office switched teasing celsius to describe temperatures in weather forecasts in order to be consistent with other european countries. Most of the rest of the world soon followed suit with the notable exception of the u._s. Or the national weather service still publishes temperature data atta in fahrenheit. Even though its own staff long ago switched celsius hilter explained the n._w._s. Catering to the public by reporting in degrees fahrenheit whereas whereas much of their operations such as forecast models used degrees celsius and automated weather observations the temperatures recorded in celsius as well should we choose to metric chicken weather reports the fahrenheit layer. That's now added for the u._s. Public could be removed. We also spoke via email with jay hendrix who heads the u._s. National institute standards and technologies thermodynamic meteorology group he points out that the fahrenheit scale does have one significant advantage quote. It has more degrees over the range range of ambient temperatures that are typical for most people. This means that there's a finer grain temperature difference between seventy degrees fahrenheit and seventy one degrees fahrenheit then there is between twenty one degrees celsius twenty two degrees celsius since a human can tell the difference of one degree fahrenheit. This scale is more precise for the human experience on the other hand though the advantage goes away. If a fractional temperature in celsius used hendrix explained for example the equivalent celsius temperature for seventy and seventy ninety one fahrenheit are equivalent to twenty one point one and twenty one point seven degrees celsius. Today's episode was written by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang brainstorms production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics that humans are sensitive to visit our home planet. 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"seventy one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Seventy one degrees at one o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. It's been a very busy last hour regarding the situation. The Pentagon now issuing a statement, denouncing Iran for shooting down armed drone over the straits of our moves general Joseph, qua-, Stella, is the commander of US air forces central command Iranian reports that this aircraft was shot down over Iran or categorically false. The aircraft was over the strait of hor, moose and fell into international waters and President Trump today, saying that Iran, quote made a bad mistake by shooting down there surveillance drone when asked if the US plan, some sort of retaliatory strike the president today saying you'll soon find out here's the president just few minutes ago. This is a new wrinkle. This is a new fly in the mid what happened shooting down the drone and this country will not stand for that. I can tell you, thank you very much. And Trump also saying, just few minutes ago. He finds it hard to believe that the downing of the drone was intentional. House speaker Nancy Pelosi today knowledge. Ing the danger of this situation but she's also urging caution is a dangerous neighborhood. And this calculation on either side could. Provoke, something that would be very bad and we're following that situation very closely here at seven ten. W. O R. The supreme court was today ruling in favor of the American Legion regarding a World War, One memorial in the shape of a cross, but has added another day now for opinions as it closes out the term the supreme court justices ruled today that the Bladensburg cross could remain on public land the biggest decision the four opinions handed down. But with more than a dozen left to be delivered. The justices have added another day to their calendar meeting Friday. Some of the big cases they have yet to rule on partisan gerrymandering. The census citizenship question and racial bias injury selection. There's also dissipation on the DACA petitions pending before the court. Serena Marshall, ABC news. Washington officials say they believe several gunmen are responsible for wounding at least ten people as patriots were leaving a nightclub in Allentown Pennsylvania early today. Allentown police say the shooting does not appear to be random that at least one of the individuals was targeted. No suspects in custody and officials say the community is not at any day. Danger. The victims are all expected to survive. Governor Murphy is signing off today on a ridesharing safety law named after murdered college student from New Jersey Governor Murphy, signing the law alongside Samantha Josephson's mother father and sister. She was kidnapped and murdered in March well at school in South Carolina after mistakenly getting into a car. She thought was a new for Sammy's law requires ride sharing companies to display reflective or illuminated identifying markers, as ridesharing becomes more and more ubiquitous is the word. I would use it says, commonplace. But it's everywhere we will need to take precautions to make sure that a simple convenience does not turn into a dangerous situation as it did for Sammy Murphy, also touting the Josephson's. What's my name safety effort before entering a ridesharing car, Shannon purple Sony? W O, R news and police today investigating the murder of a man on Staten Island residents were surprised to hear a man was shot in their neighborhood around four AM on page avenue in Taunton. Ville..
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees in Boston at six o'clock rain is on the way. Good evening on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening in the newsroom. David Ortiz leaves a Dominican Republic hospital bound for Boston on a Red Sox plain, along with a crew of doctors and medical staff. Overseeing his transport Red Sox holding a news conference late Zaman Unum. Big Papi team president, Sam Kennedy was asked when and where the former Red Sox slugger would be taken sometimes later today or tonight. But we don't have specifics on that at this time and when he does arrive would you be going to match dollar? Yes. And again he is on the way right now Ortiz shot in the back at a bar. Police are looking into whether it might have been a hit because robbery was not a motive. We know that for sure. Ortiz undergoing hours of surgery, his colon gall, bladder and liver sustaining damage. Finally, I want to thank our fans our players Red Sox alumni and the entire Red Sox community for the outpouring of support they've shown for David and David's family. Please know that we're doing everything we can to support David and his family during this very difficult period. And again, David Ortiz is on his way right now on a Red Sox plane to Mass General hospital, which by the way launched its gun violence prevention center today, WBZ's James Rojo's from M, G H hospital center for gun violence prevention is a research and educational initiative to curb the problem of firearm.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees, partly cloudy skies in Boston at one o'clock in after noon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Local baseball legend. David Ortiz remains in intensive care this hour in the Dominican Republic. Just got an update on big Papi's condition and the investigation into his shooting from WBZ, TV's enteritis Rodriguez. The good news right now is David Ortiz in stable condition at a clinic in the city. The forty three year old is said to be in the ICU unit recovering his injuries were more serious than first reporters. Sources tell me that he would ensure dri for several hours into the early morning of today. They also say that parts of several of his organs were removed because of damage caused by the bullet, and there's also word that he'll be medflighted back to Boston. Once he's cleared by doctors what we know about the investigation right now is that police incentive amigo. See that they do have a twenty five year old gunman in custody. This was. First reported as a robbery. But one surveillance video surfaced online, it appeared that Ortiz was shot in the back and that this may have been a deliberate attack. Police say that it was shortly after nine pm yesterday when the gunman hopped off a voter cycle shot into the crowd injuring or tees, and local television personality. That was with him at the time. And the man driving the bike got away, but the gunman was taken down by witnesses who held him until police arrived and arrested him right now what we know that investigators are processing the scene, interviewing witnesses, and as of this hour, they have not spoken with Ortiz, WBZ TV's and arenas Rodriguez reporting. Now, this is Eli's AOL. Salvador? He's a businessman in. Santo. Domingo. This is. Blood moon, basically that Salvador says he is the one who drove Ortiz to the hospital last night after he was shot. Salvador says everyone ran from the scene when the shot was fired even security says he saw Ortiz on the ground. Picked him up and took him to the best hospital he could for good care and back here in Massachusetts. WBZ's James Rojas at Fenway park, and he says, fans are sending their best fans are horrified and sick. And by the news.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees, partly cloudy in Boston at twelve o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening a beloved local hero shot in the Dominican Republic. Pay. Thank you. Red Sox legend David Ortiz in stable condition, this noon at a hospital in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic local media reports he underwent a six hour long surgery last night after he was shot in the lower back surgeons removed part of his colon his intestines and gallbladder, which is spoke with ABC's caroliina Santana in Santo. Domingo. The twenty five year old aby. Got he was beaten by crowd, after the events was there after more captured and taken to the hospital, specifically to the video Contreras hospital that specializes trauma, he was there visiting visited by the national director of police force in person, and later taken into custody late at night around midnight. So first of all, I wanted to ask you, this was originally we had heard that this was robbery was the motive is that still what police are saying or is there, something more sinister to it than that? The nice the national director of the police or declared last night, that it had nothing to do with robbery. But the motives of the attacks remain on. No. Okay. Now, what kind of establishment is this? I know that there were outside when it happened. I is it well known as a popular high end. What kind of establishment is? Okay. So it's highly visited establishment. It's a bar where, where it happened in a terrorist. So the person who actually attacked David RT comes from the street doesn't even have to enter the be stablishment itself. Shots w third season and leaves. So it's called the aisle. It's in what we call here the audience size. They probably end for that area, but not high end for the whole city aren't that's ABC's caroliina, Santana with WBZ's Jeff Brown. We've heard at least one suspect is in custody. Multiple people though, being looked at in this attack and several are possibly being detained. We're getting that word from the DR today. Also, we're hearing from the man who says he drove Ortiz to the hospital from the bar, where he was shot. He says, among other things that he took big Papi to the best hospital where they treat gunshot wounds. The man ads everyone ran away once the shot was fired even security calls. Big Papi, a hero. In says he deserves better back in Massachusetts fans are distraught. As we hear from WBZ's, James Rojo's at Fenway. This is the last thing, many expected.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy one degrees with partly cloudy skies in Boston at twelve thirty on this Friday afternoon. Thanks for joining us. I'm Jim McKay. And here's what's happening today. A Worcester superior court, the house of bores trial continues as we are now starting to hear from the person at the center of this case. Eric Murray is accused to counts of second degree murder and multiple counts of child neglect as they are now playing in court, her initial interview with police after she was taken into custody. Two dead toddlers were found inside of her home in Blackstone, along with the house that was in complete disarray filled with garbage and a home. That was in such bad shape. It had to be demolished WBZ's, Karyn regal is inside the courtroom for us today, and we are getting updates from her throughout the afternoon. We still don't know the identity of a man in New York who was arrested on an alleged terror plot where he was threatening to attack Times Square can more from ABC's Aaron Katersky. Man from queens has been arrested after he expressed interest in acquiring grenades for possible detonation in Times Square the crowded. Crossroads of the world, the man who has still not been identified as expected to appear in Brooklyn federal court on charges of wanting to acquire weapons with defaced serial numbers at some point, we're told the man caught the attention of the FBI who introduced an undercover to track his movements and also try and figure out his intentions plan new sanctions are being imposed against Iran, by the United States. These latest sanctions target Iran's petrochemical industry, specifically its largest and most profitable, petrochemical companies address department statement says Iran's revolutionary guard benefits from the network. And the Trump administration has designated. The guard is a foreign terrorist organization, CBS's, Cami McCormick reporting no official decision has been made, but there are indications that governor Charlie Baker is looking at running for an unprecedented third term. For governor in twenty twenty two the Boston Globe reporting that he's putting together a veteran of a group of staff aids fundraisers consultants who all worked on his two previous victories, including last year's landslide reelection. Governor Baker recently said last week, some of the stuff has administrative is working on will likely take more than four years to see its way through back's against the wall for the black and gold. The Bruins last night, lose in heartbreaking fashion to, to one to the Saint Louis blues the card and they now trail the Stanley Cup final three games to two one game away from elimination and a controversial finish at the garden last night. Doc Emrick Eddie old Shug, NBC sports on the call their Bruhns, four Noel, Chari has legs literally taken out from behind him right in front of the referees. No was blown just seconds later. The blue scored put them to nothing. B's Ribble to get another one there. But it lose two to one game six they had back to Saint Louis. Sunday night, eight pm it is win. Or go home for the Bruins. This hour of the news is brought to you by Toyota. Toyota's official website for deals by eight Toyota dot com. Twelve thirty three time for traffic.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got seventy one degrees at two o'clock and after noon, I'm Jeff McKinney. There's report that federal prosecutors are probing alleged overtime abuse at the MTA MTA board members had called for an independent investigator to look into claims of overtime abuse afterward. Got out that one track worker with the eligible are Thomas Caputo had allegedly raped in over three hundred thousand dollars in OT in addition to his over one hundred thousand dollar salary. The New York Times says the federal prosecutors have subpoenaed, the pay records for computer, and they're investigating the MTA's use of wildly outdated methods of timekeeping like mechanical punch, clocks and handwritten records regarding overtime. I'm James flippin w news identical New Jersey middle school, principals been arrested for allegedly attempting to sexually assault. A former student fifty two year old Polly and Tosca the principle of valley view middle school is now behind bars. Police say the student involved is sixteen years old in Tosca has been suspended from value. Not permitted contact with any staff or students metal Blasi on the presidential campaign trail for the next few days. I would today than Nebraska and the Carolinas and Blasios so well known to us in and around New York, apparently, just some guy out there in Iowa, at least in the very early going Bill de Blasio, maybe the mayor of the nation's largest city, but in Sioux City, Iowa, it's hard to find anyone. Who knows? We is we ever heard of him. I are you from here? Yeah. Are you a voter? Yeah. Not I'm sorry, de Blasios in Iowa for four events just one day after announcing that he's making a run for the White House de Blasio then heads to South Carolina on Saturday. No one Laden for W O, R news. A Bill prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination is headed to the Senate after passage by the house, New York, Democrat and House Judiciary chair, Jerry Nadler, strongly supported the Bill this long, overdue legislation will provide millions of LGBTQ Americans protections from being denied medical care, fired from their jobs thrown out of their homes, simply because of who they are the democratic measure, expands, the landmark Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four the Bill faces an uncertain fate in the Republican led Senate, President Trump won't be imposing tariffs on cars manufactured outside the US, at least for now says it will delay for one hundred eighty days decision on imposing tariffs on automobiles and auto parts from the European Union and Japan. The administration faced a deadline of. Tomorrow to make a decision. But in a statement, President Trump says he wants to see negotiations continue. The US auto industry is fiercely opposed to these tariffs, saying they would raise prices and threaten American jobs. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House backyard chickens are being linked to an outbreak of salmonella at least fifty two people have fallen ill and Twenty-one stage to CDC's quarter of those second under the age of five no deaths have been reported, but at least five people have been hospitalized. The world's biggest boy band BT 's is playing at MetLife stadium this weekend, and fans are being warned of train delays after the shows. New Jersey transit says it could take two or more hours to board trains, leaving the stadium. So it's offering trains from Secaucus junction to MetLife starting at four.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's seventy one degrees at News Radio. WFL a Alabama lawmakers have passed the toughest anti abortion Bill in the country. It now heads to the governor for signature Alabama's Bill is stricter than six other states that recently passed abortion bans, you just aboard the state of Alabama. You just write Dalla Bama with this Bill. Senate minority leader Bobby singleton says. Doctors who perform abortions could serve more time in prison than a woman's rapist in Dr start walking out of the state, and we started in bad medical care healthcare. We can't recruit anymore industry because you don't have great, healthcare and doctors. Don't blame. Nobody. But you sales supporters believe exemptions would weaken a supreme court challenge. But they could be added if Roe v. Wade is overturned Mark Lieberman reporting. The US is ordering all non-emergency personnel in Iraq to leave the country. The move comes a day after the defense department warned about the possible threat to Americans in Iraq from Iranian-backed forces as tensions rise between Washington and Tehran. The White House has reportedly been reviewing possible military options should US forces come under attack by Iran or its proxies. They did no damage, but hackers got into the election systems on to Florida counties in two thousand sixteen governor Disentis explains how the FBI described him how the attack worked intrusion into the supervisor election networks there is no manipulation or anything. To Santa says, they did not change the outcome. But he says the FBI made him promise not to reveal which to counties got hacked. It's supposed to be a rocket launch. To unite the world at least through the internet space anxious to send another of its falcon nine rockets to space tonight. The launches of the private rockets are becoming commonplace. Today's will be delivering sixty individuals satellites intended to bring the internet to parts of the world not getting it of the project is called startling these satellites are small about the size of a mini fridge. And this batch of sixty is just a starch the plan is for twelve thousand of these to orbit the planet, providing global alternatives to internet access Eban Brown, NewsRadio WFL. Meanwhile, the plan to send a woman to the moon in the next four years is running into resistance. President Trump is promising NASA one point six billion dollars to plan and launch America's return to the moon. Critics say the White House's diverting. Pell grant money for the program saying it could jeopardize aid for future, low income college students and trigger a budgeting crisis. In addition to the plans to put American men and women back on the moon within five years the administration wants to steer several billion dollars more from the Pell grant surplus to other government programs opponents say the surpluses needed in the event of a surge in demand for the grants. Rich Denison, Fox News. Hundreds are protesting against a new vaccine Bill in New York parents protested outside the capital in Albany on Tuesday. They called on lawmakers not to take up the Bill, which would remove the religious exemption for vaccines. Tiger Woods is facing a lawsuit for a business off the golf course the golfers being sued along with his girlfriend, Erica and his woods Jupiter corporation, which runs the woods restaurant in Jupiter, Florida. The lawsuit states the employee management, an owner of the woods over served a young man, they knew was suffering with the disease of alcoholism that young man. Twenty four year old nNcholas MS burger who the lawsuit states, the general manager spoke up with woods about his problem with alcohol speaking at a PGA news conference in New York. Woods briefly addressed the lawsuit. We feel bad for for an entire family. It's I when Emma's burger crashed in December his blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit that piper. CBS news and eight hundred pound man is in treatment at a New Hampshire hospital after ambulance crews worked for over an hour to transport in their firefighters responded to the man's Manchester apartment where he was having trouble breathing. After stabilizing him crews spent an hour building a makeshift bridge to wheel him into a stretcher from his door to the ambulance. It's six thirty five at News Radio. WFL a weather is NATO. Jazz stuff, you missed in history class people and events and places in history that are maybe overlooked or underappreciated. Things that happened in history. Shaped the world we live in today. They may not have got an attention. Try to bring them into a little bit more light and a little more awareness things. That are weird. Sometimes wonderful tonight scary, sometimes sad. But all.
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Is seventy one degrees. Hawthorne is sixty four. Downtown has seventy I'm Steve coming. Now. A look at KABC traffic. Reminding that the grand prix of Long Beach is often rolling and sections of shoreline drive, pine avenue and inside way, they're going to be closed the next couple of days because of the race keep that in mind, if you're in Long Beach, another big event this weekend is e Coachella music and arts festival that continues at the empire polo club in Indio now expect delays on the ten eastbound between all Mon and Indio especially later on the westbound side as people come home from attending the big concert of. And we're already starting to see some light delays on the west ten from Apache trail up to Hargrave traffic down to about forty forty five miles per hour. So it's really not slowing. It's just more reduced fees. Same situation for the ninety one westbound through Orange County of lupus luggage traffic between aerial and the fifty five freeway both directions of the one ten buried low. The northbound side is little sluggish from the one oh five stadium way. They probably guess why? Because dodgers brewer game that kicks off in a few minutes. One ten southbound a little bit of reduced feet for Martin Luther King? Boulevard down to century boulevard. Mary flow right now. One hundred southbound the Hollywood freeway from Hollywood Boulevard to the downtown Los Angeles four level northbound side of the one to one just a little slow from the east LA interchange uptick Glendale boulevard. More delays to talk about the one to one Ventura freeway a string of brake lights from the sodo avenue to the four. Oh five then you pick up speed briefly. And then the one one eastbound slows again from Woodman avenue to the north Hollywood freeway split westbound side.
State of the Union unlikely to be in House if government not open, Democrat says
"Tonight down to sixty five, but we do see our next front getting closer looks like the timing of the front will be tomorrow morning, which means we could have a wet even stormy commute five AM to about ten AM. We could see rain and storms move across central Florida with a high tomorrow of about seventy one degrees, then the cooler air filters in a high of only fifty nine degrees on Friday rebounding only into the sixties for the weekend Saturday, a high of sixty three with the highest sixty five on Sunday then into next week. We'll continue to track those sixties. From channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist Cassandra criminal the weather for the Pro Bowl in downtown
"seventy one degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"Sing is. I love you. What I love. How do you expect me to respond to this? How about you? Love me too. That's what I said mean anything to you. I'm sorry. I know I know you're feeling lonely, but you just can't show up here. Tell me you love me expect that to make everything. Alright. Doesn't work. Does it work? This way. How about this way? I love it. You get home. When it's seventy one degrees. I love it to take out to order a sandwich love to get a little crinkle above. You know, when you're looking at me like, I'm nuts. I loved that. After I spend a day with you. I can still smell your perfume on my clothes. And I love the last person. I wanna talk to you before I go to sleep at night. And it's not because I'm only and it's not because it's New Year's Eve, I came here tonight. Because when you realize you wanna spend the rest of your life with somebody you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible. Just like, you, Harry, you say things like that. I really hate you. And then, of course, they kiss. And they're listening to the song in the background. What does this song my whole life? I don't know what this means means should old acquaintance be forgot does that mean, we should get old acquaintances. It doesn't mean that we happen to get them. We should remember them which is not possible because we already forgotten. Maybe just means we should remember that. We forgot recent. Anyways about friends. All right with the answer. Maybe the.
Trump's pick for acting defense secretary had long career at Boeing
"Terrorist attack tomorrow. It doesn't take many people to the stage and attack we need to know who's coming across that border. So far is pages. Raised over sixteen million dollars on his go fund me page kovic says that if it's sixty three million people who voted for Trump each pledge eighty dollars. The wall will be able to be built covert says if the page doesn't reach its billion dollar goal, he'll return all the money. You're listening to the six AM. Expanded newsfeed. I'm Katrina scales. We bring you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. Well, let's five tries working through technical issues. Severe weather and even the pressure of a vice presidential visit until finally space x launched their last rocket of twenty eighteen the most powerful GPS satellite built to date was launched yesterday. The falcon nine rocket was originally set to blast off on Tuesday. But was delayed due to weather concerns. It was the twenty first and final launch of the year setting a record for SpaceX Wyoming employee employer is being sued for allegedly forcing religious beliefs on an employee. In a federal lawsuit. Julie Rohrabacher claims that when she was hired as an occupational therapist at Teton therapy in Lander, Wyoming, the company's owner pressured her to take Scientology courses as a condition of employment. Rohbock claims court documents that owner Jeff McMenemy declined to promote her and forced her to resign in two twenty thirteen after she refused to enroll in church of Scientology courses, she suing under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four which prohibits religious harassment at work. No comment from McMenemy or his lawyer on the lawsuit. Dave Packer, ABC news. Retiring Defense Secretary James Madison's, putting a signature on the order to withdraw US troops from Syria. Retired army Colonel Jack Jacobs says the move is a win for Russia. They don't care about Bushell. Alyssa, they care about expanding their influence into Africa and into the Mediterranean, by the way, I think you're doing the wrong thing when Vladimir Putin says you're doing the right thing specifics about the draw down. Haven't been made public yet. But it's expected to start in the next couple of weeks Madison announced his decision to resign just days ago over policy differences with Trump. Aaa says five million Floridians will be on the road this holiday season. It's your car up to the trip. News ninety six point five. Magic mechanic, Larry Perry recommend you check tire pressure and tread depth, including despair, it's common. Many folks will have a tire pressure warning light to come on because air will also can dance and tire pressures will read lower and Larry says if you're driving into cold weather areas up north make sure your car's antifreeze is fresh and he says make sure that batteries been tested. Dave all news ninety six point five WDBO. What's that trick you put the coin right into your use a quarter? And you put it into your tread to see how much treads left, right? Yeah. And if you can see the top of Washington's head, then it's it's little long the ball side. Okay. Got it. Thank you. You at all, right, traffic and weather every six minutes, and then we're going to have ABC's Jim Ryan. Join us live right now. It's the five day forecast. Brought to you by Tupi tire and auto service. It's a cool start on this christmasy, but we're going to rebound nicely into the upper sixty s to near seventy one degrees. The metro Orlando for today big area of high pressure building across the Bahamas and towards south Florida.
Tesla, Patriots and CEO Elon Musk discussed on Mike Gallagher
"A federal judge in, Montana has ordered the State Department to do a full environmental review of, a revised for the keystone XL oil pipeline a move that could delay the project ten prove a setback for the Trump
Denise Richards Confirms She's Joining 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
"One wash FM Washington's. Variety the eighties, nineties and today at, five, forty six. Prints I think easily I can say the most aggressive guitar solo atro- that we play on this radio. Station Hey you. Know we need that at five forty seven absolutely it's a good little. Adrenalin boost its, engineer Dan and Tessa hall. In for Toby and chilly this morning time. For showbiz, buzz right now seventy. One degrees so everyone's been talking about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's news or so Angelina Jolie says Brad Pitts is a deadbeat dad. Hasn't paid her,
House of Cards' Final Season Gets November Premiere Date — See Poster
"Hotels dot com trending online right now is house of cards net flicks revealed that house of cards is. Set. To premiere the six and final season on November second yes the first announced that we have of the premier date and we, know, that Kevin, Spacey's out after the numerous sexual misconduct allegations sober Robin. Wright we'll be, taking the spotlight as her character Claire Underwood and of course she is the, new commander in chief spoiler alert VM seeing the previous season but November, second from the sixth and final. Season will be on Netflix, the movie eighth grade is trending this is Bo Burnham's movie and it sounds like it's making a buzz on the internet because it's going to host free. Screenings for kids who couldn't go because of its are rating eighth grade is radar which Wrentham lot of middle schoolers from seeing a movie that aims to reflect their experiences. So to fix this problem Movie theaters eight twenty four they are screened. The film in. All fifty states will not be enforcing the r.. Rating eighth grade by Bo Burnham and Elliott. Golding is engaged the British singer songwriter and her boyfriend casper Jopling they have been married or the getting engaged you will be getting married and. They are trending right now because they shared the news this morning in the UK's marriage. Section of. The newspaper the times building has, been dating the New York based. Art dealer Jopling for eighteen months so congrats those, crazy kids has, Donald says that's what's trending. Here at mytalk now we'll take a quick look at. Your channel five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day we're going to. Have thunderstorms rolling through the twin cities high of eighty three loaves sixty four tomorrow for the cat video festival we're gonna have a few clouds high of eighty eight low of sixty eight currently seventy one degrees. And cloudy of my talk Now you know what we know more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com Silly song Some Anxious Welcome. Back it's us, again Donna in, Steve on, mytalk, one, zero seven. One everything entertainment Oh..
How Trump's next tax cut would boost America's richest
"Cheating, for the wealthy cloudy in seventy one degrees some patchy fog and drizzle. Tonight more rain possible tomorrow I'm. Staying Lear here's what's trending at four thirty President Trump is considering. Another tax cut without taking it to congress. FOX's John decker reports from the White House Fox News has confirmed that the Trump administration is studying a plan to cut capital gains taxes by one hundred billion. Dollars over ten years by factoring in inflation the proposal that's being considered as having the treasury department issue regulations on its own without going to congress to allow Americans to account, for, inflation in determining capital gains tax liabilities president George H W Bush administration rejected a similar move in nineteen Ninety-two after concluding treasury didn't have the power to make the change unilaterally capital gains taxes were left unchanged in the one and a half trillion dollar tax law That President Trump signed last year. At the White House Jon decker Fox News an unusually big drug. Busts were Howard county nearly fifty people accused. Dealers and users have been arrested and Kokomo police captain Tonto cockerel says that's only the second half of the investigation are secondary rush resulted in the recovery of. Nearly a thousand grams of nothing phetamine five thousand grams of marijuana twenty grams of heroin and over two hundred syringes earlier the same investigation brought down one of the biggest drug, rings, the county has ever seen prosecutor Mark McCann says Moore Rashtra expected maybe those are parents in the checkout line buying school supplies for a son or daughter or maybe their teachers spending their own money to supply their classrooms Changed from where maybe just a little. Bit, of money was spent out. Of your own pocket to now we're talking several hundred dollars or more for any given, the school. Year to make sure we have the basic, needs in our classroom Theresa.
Legionnaires' cases rise to 16 in Washington Heights cluster
"O r the radio home of the mets iheart radio station seventy one degrees mostly cloudy skies at seven o'clock good morning i'm terry mccreadie the number of legionnaires cases in upper manhattan has now risen to sixteen seven of the people who are ill are in the hospital this senior citizen who contracted the illness as he was lucky because it was called early i'm feeling better i'm getting strong abby hadn't even find out you had legionnaires when they took me to the emergency collapsed in the bathroom the cluster of legionnaires is centered around the lower washington heights and northern hamilton heights neighborhoods the us and north korean officials are reportedly moving forward with talks about the return of american war dead south korean media reports the two sides met today in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas talks were initially set for thursday checking your w o r sports mets seven four over washington mets on deck with pete mccarthy at twelve oh five right here on seven ten w o r yankees beat cleveland five four here's your our weather channel forecast scattered showers at even thundershowers force here this morning they'll taper off as we head into this afternoon still rather warm and humid forest temperatures climbing back into the middle and upper part of the eighty s partly cloudy here tonight middle seventies it'll be hot and humid monday partly sunny skies scattered late day showers and storms possible with a high tomorrow around ninety more showers and storms tuesday upper eighties i'm meteorologist ken boone mostly cloudy skies seventy one degrees at seven oh two next news at eight o'clock breaking news at once wake up with len berman and michael real in the.
Indiana reports first hepatitis A outbreak death
"Stormy daniels is out on bail and columbus ohio arrested on a state law against patrons touching strippers during their performances she's suing president trump and her lawyer says the arrest was politically motivated setup cheers in croatia tears in england ratio wins two to one at the world cup to advance to sunday's final against france fox news fair and balanced wip see mobile news on the level of the papa john is papa john we're under sunny skies at seventy one degrees and radars clear on monument circle i'm john herrick and here's what's trending at nine oh to the hoosier who started papa john's pizza has resigned from the company's board of directors and his name has been taken down from his hometown's fueled house in southern indiana forbes says john schnatter used the n word while on a conference call with papa john's public relations firm as part of an exercise to prevent a public relations disaster schnatter grew up in jeffersonville and graduated from ball state he had given money to the jeffersonville fueled house but city leaders have taken his name off the building because of the incident two other men are being charged with murder and the death of boone county deputy jacob picket kurt darling reports john ball and john baldwin junior are the ones being charged prosecutors say ball gave anthony baumgart meth and the gun he used a shoot piggott baldwin drove the getaway car that baumgart initially fled in before taking off on foot baumgarten facing the death penalty kirk darling ninetythree wibc mobile news outbreak of hepatitis a has claimed the life in indiana i'm stan lear the state health department is saying nothing more about the case because of patient privacy law hep a is a highly contagious disease of the liver the shout break calls thousands of illnesses and multiple deaths state health commissioner chris box urges you to protect yourself by keeping your hands washed.
Divers search Indonesian lake for 192 missing after sinking
"And this is morning edition on wnyc we've got seventy one degrees partly sunny skies in new york city it'll be pretty much like this all day long although some more clouds will be rolling in the afternoon goes by we'll have highs today in the lower eighties showers tonight with a slight chance of thunderstorms and lows in the mid sixties mostly sunny for tomorrow we could see a slight chance of a thunderstorm tomorrow morning highs in the lower eighties and if you're looking ahead to friday mostly sunny in the morning mostly cloudy in the afternoon and a little cooler highs only in the upper seventies support for wnyc comes from oscilloscope laboratories presenting a new documentary the king a musical road trip that traces the rise and fall of elvis presley as a metaphor for the country in theaters friday qna's opening weekend with filmmaker eugene iraqi and guests from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston united states border patrol agents say they're stepping up security efforts as migrants continue to make the dangerous trek from mexico into the us aging can group says preservation of human life is their number one priority these are people and always know the scenario that that person you know their background or anything like that but i mean preservation human life that's always our number one mission more than two thousand migrant children have been separated from their families at the southern border under the trump administration zero tolerance policy that's prompted widespread outrage and calls for president trump to reverse the practice the white house is defending the policy saying it has a duty to prosecute people who illegally crossed the border authorities and indonesia's say up to one hundred eighty people are missing after a ferry accident on the island of sumatra the boat sank in lake toba on monday michael sullivan reports eighteen people were rescued shortly after the boat went down but nonesense lake toba is a popular tourist destination carved out of the crater of a long dormant volcano and it's deep almost fifteen hundred feet in some places authorities say the boat was carrying at least three times as many people as it was licensed to divers and an underwater drone or being used to search for the boat and the missing this is npr news in washington and this is morning edition on wnyc at six twenty good morning i'm kerry nolan we have some delays on the rails to tell you about a new jersey transit is reporting delays on the morris and essex line long island railroads babylon and port jefferson branches are delayed and metro north new haven line has delays governor andrew.
Jay-Z, Beyonce release surprise album ‘Everything Is Love’
"Hot and humid once again today so just take her real slow and enjoy the weather today hot and humid popup showers possible with a high of ninety two degrees tonight spotty shower otherwise warm and muggy with a low of seventy four degrees monday showers and storms highs of eightyseven tuesday a few showers possible with a high of seventy one degrees wednesday mostly sunny highs of seventy one along the lake seventy six degrees inland then thursday looks like the best day of the week mostly sunny conditions with a high of seventy seven degrees in river hills this hour we're talking about eighty two degrees in jackson it's eighty three and eighty two degrees this hour in greater milwaukee did you hear about this jc beyond say keeping up a family tradition dropping a surprise album before anyone knew about it societa press reported this wanting a couple released a joint album that touches on the rappers disgust among other things at this year's grammy awards and features a shadowed from their daughter blue ivy to her siblings the nine track album everything is love is what it's called everything is love drops saturday and the title music streaming.
Jailed immigrant kills himself in Texas after reportedly being separated from family
"High of seventy one degrees oakland will reach seventy six san jose will get up to eighty three sacramento expecting a high of ninety three and currently here in san francisco it is seventy one degrees this is the take away the trump administration's zero tolerance policy on migration means that officials are forcibly separating kids from their parents if they attempt to enter the country illegally this weekend the washington post reported the story of marco antonio munoz a distraught migrant father from honduras who committed suicide after being separated from his wife and three year old child us customs and border protection provided a statement to the takeaway saying that after agents apprehended mr munoz he quote became disruptive and combative so for his safety and the safety of others he was transferred to starr county texas jail according to the statement two days later agents found munoz unresponsive in his cell the customs and border protection statement made no mention that munoz had previously been separated from his family nick mir off broke the story he's the national security correspondent for the washington post what we know so far is that he was taken into or patrol custody with his wife and child three year old boy sometime around on on may twelfth in south texas having crossed over the rio grande and so he was taken to a border patrol processing center and at some point was informed that he was going to be separated from his wife and child and that's when he suffered some kind of breakdown and became so agitated that the that.
White House adviser Larry Kudlow: There's a "special place in hell" for leaders like Trudeauo
"Wbz news time five forty eight we have seventy one degrees right now in boston good afternoon i'm mike macklin top stories we're following the boston police gang arrest the man they say opened fire at a roxbury house party four people were wounded in that shooting at ohio neighborhood looks like a war zone a major explosion kills one person and destroys several homes for drunk driver who hit a park police cruiser on the expressway in braintree yesterday giving troopers someone else's name then state police say his real name is winston to gay he'll be in court tomorrow facing charges in connecticut a man's been charged with killing his mother who'd been reported missing kyle talker is charged with murder and tampering with evidence donna talker of hamden was reported missing on friday president trump and his advisors ramping up their attacks jackson canadian prime minister justin trudeau i'm tom foty as the president prepares to meet north korea's kim jong hoon are half a world away a white house now links dot summit to the fall out from the socalled g seven meeting that ended with sharp words between the president and the prime minister of canada which are just getting sharper and must not see eric weakness white house economic adviser larry cudlow on cnn echoed on fox by white house trade adviser peter navarro there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j trump and then tries to stab him in the back the president's top economic advisor made a direct connection between the angry words with canada that ended the socalled g seven summit and the one mr trump is engaged in now to does very unfortunate statements his betrayal the trade trump he betrayed the whole g seven ahead of something bigger president is going to negotiate with kim it is historic negotiation is not going to allow other people to suddenly take potshots at hint larry cudlow there on face the nation tom foty cbs news washington wbz news time five fifty a wildfire burning in south western colorado forcing war people from their.
US military service member killed in Somalia attack identified
"Center and i heart radio station overnight a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms mostly cloudy low sixty nine showers thunderstorms likely sunday mainly after three pm mostly cloudy eightyseven monday of chance of more rain mostly cloudy and eighty four and a chance of showers and thunderstorms tuesday partly sunny eighty eight that's the forecast from your severe weather station news radio seven hundred wwl w the radar shows mostly clear skies in the tristate it is seventy one degrees right now a man who just last month was running the republican ticket foreign ohio how seat is claiming that he was assaulted by police told the deal samuel ronin ins encounter with spring borough police occurred early saturday morning and was streamed live by ronin on facebook ronin is reportedly facing charges that include obstructing justice but did not seem to know why he was being arrested outside of his home you don't you don't you haven't even told me what insurance what am i under arrest for getting out of my car parking it was just last month went ronin lost by a wide margin to first district congressman steve shabat in the republican primary mattress newsradio seven hundred wwl w the pentagon has identified the army soldier killed in somalia sergeant alexander konrad of chandler arizona was killed in friday's attack in southern somalia carried out by al qaeda linked alshabaab extremists the special operations soldier was part of a us advisor team accompanying eight hundred somalian kenyan troops when they came under mortar and small arms fire for other american soldiers were wounded in the attack staff sergeant chandler was assigned to first battalion third special forces group for bragg north carolina he joined the army in two thousand ten and had served two tours in afghanistan we martinez abc news washington here's a reds update hicks turning it loose swing and a miss and the reds have lost thirteen in a row the saint louis cardinals final score today sixty four marty brennaman with the call on saturday they ramp.
Keith Self, County Judge and Press Secretary discussed on Chris Krok
"Discount roberts overnight we'll start out quiet with partly cloudy skies but after midnight we could see one of those rounds of showers and storms move cross the area covered about forty percent southeast breeze about five to ten miles an hour otherwise temperatures in the low seventies as you start your tuesday but tuesday afternoon any rain and storms are gone it'll turn mostly sunny to partly cloudy highs will be in the low nineties with a southwind about ten to fifteen miles an hour on wednesday mostly sunny a little hotter mid seventies in the morning mid nineties for the afternoon on thursday seventies in the morning at midnineties once again mostly clear eighty one degrees at dfw airport this news brought to you by take five birkenstock prosecutors working for special counsel robert muller or accusing trump campaign chairman paul manafort of trying to tamper with witnesses and his ongoing criminal cases muller's team says in a new court filing that manafort and one of his associates repeatedly contacted two witnesses in an effort to influence their testimony the contacts occurred while manafort was under house arrest president donald trump tweeted he has the right to pardon himself after the boarding twee white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked about trump lawyer rudy giuliani's comments yesterday saying he might have the authority to ask rudy giuliani about his specific comments but thankfully the president hasn't done anything wrong and so we feel very confident that giuliani also said that the president would be unwise to pardon himself when he spoke to nbc's meet the press and as of today the collin county courthouse officially has new name the county is officially naming the building the russell a steinem courts building after the first lieutenant who fell on a grenade to protect his fellow soldiers in vietnam he is a man of honor and he is he is truly a column caddy boy county judge keith self says steinem is one of two medal of honor recipients from collin county and that it's fitting that he's memorialize with a building that stands for justice at the collin county courthouse scott sid way wbz ap news again the low tonight seventy one degrees in his currently eightyone a dfw airport and this.
Illinois' first West Nile mosquitoes of the year found in north suburbs
"On thursday high near ninety from the weather channel i'm meteorologist mark sibito wls am eight ninety with another update in thirty minutes and a reminder that there is a flash flood watch for lake county illinois that's in effect right now the oh and right now it is seventy one degrees or both the lakefront and o'hare department of public health is reporting the first mosquitoes to test positive for the west nile virus this year we're found in chicago suburbs health officials said that the north shore mosquito abatement district collected positive mosquitoes on may twenty fifth in the suburbs of glenview and morton grove no human cases of west nile have been reported so far this year the illinois department of public health last year reported ninety human cases which included eight deaths the founder of a youtube website that features chicago musical talent was shot to death when he drove along a downtown street authorities say thirty year olds zack's donor was shot in the head and neck early wednesday by bullets fired from another car he was pronounced dead three hours later at northwestern memorial the chicago police say no one is in custody stone are known for his interviewing young chicago rappers and posting them on his youtube channel zach tv one russian journalists are katie bob chengkuo may have been the last person reporters expected to see at a news conference today in the ukraine capital considering that he had been reported dead but the chief of the ukrainian security service produced the fortyoneyearold web chanko in the flesh on wednesday revealing that the slaying was staged because they say the russians had hired somebody to kill him wls traffic eighties expressway inbound lake cook road to the kennedy junction at forty two minutes about twentythree headed north on the kennedy inbound o'hare to downtown thirty seven minutes forty to going out to the airport on the eisenhower war frozen downtown twenty five minutes but almost an hour if you're going outbound just trying to get through wolf road on the stevenson tristate to lakeshore drive at twenty one minutes but forty four out to the tristate and in the dan ryan twenty minutes ninety fifty downtown twenty six if you're going out to ninety fifth the.