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Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
New York Weather: 4 Day Forecast
"Lake it's all quiet on tenth wins doppler radar but still quite warm quite humid out there through the morning hours down to seventy two for a low than very warm very steamy later on today with sunshine and building clouds watch out for heavy thunderstorm this afternoon to cool you down high eighty seven realfeel temperatures popping up in the mid nineties and a few clouds left over tonight back down to seventy two that humidity begins to drop off a bit on Monday with some sunshine still quite warm down high eighty eight with time the temptress come down as well on Tuesday but more clouds that day and also that return and a shower thunderstorm in the afternoon high eighty three right now seventy six degrees mostly cloudy humidity seventy nine percent and winds are light and variable in the current temperature seventy six going down to seventy two in
New York Weather Forecast
"Ten ten wins accu weather four day forecast here's meteorologist Carl Erickson Hartman eagle click the heat and humidity is here to stay for the rest of this weekend at least as temperatures set tonight really not going much of anywhere were hovering in the seventies will drop down to seventy two by daybreak with areas of fog as well but it looks like another very warm very steamy day on Sunday with sunshine will give way to some of those building clouds with an afternoon shower we've been a heavy thunderstorm that crossing the area keep in an outlook for that with a high of eighty seven real feel temperatures though topping off in the mid nineties it's a very hot very steamy keep cool drink plenty of liquids if you're outside and partly cloudy skies in the Sunday night back on the seventy two not as humid on Monday you'll notice that drop off their little bit dryer that day but still very warm with some sunshine high eighty eight and the cloud cover returns on Tuesday with an afternoon thunderstorm in spots hi eighty three currently seventy six degrees mostly cloudy skies humidity seventy nine percent and wins are nearly com repeating the current temperature seventy six heading down to seventy two in mid town I make you weather meteorologist Carl Erickson on new York's weather station ten ten
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And we got seventy six degrees at two o'clock in the afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney president trump says he wants to meet and interview the Ukrainian phone call whistle blower because the president says all the whistle blower is said about that phone call is on true trump saying he never leaned on the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden and his son but now GOP senator Chuck Grassley of I was coming out in support of whistle blower protection Republican senator Chuck Grassley writing this person appears to have followed the whistleblower protection laws and ought to be heard out and protected we should always work to respect whistle blowers request for confidentiality Grassley is the chairman and co founder of the Senate whistleblower protection caucus his comments come as trump and some Republicans are calling for the whistle blower to be announced in a selected terra ABC news on Capitol Hill a former Dallas police officer today found guilty of murder in the shooting death of a neighbor thirty one year old amber Geiger shot and killed Botham John inside his apartment Geiger said she thought she was inside her apartment in the same complex and thought John was a burglar amber Geiger's assertion from the moment she called nine one one has been that I'm an off duty officer I thought it was in my apartment and I saw it I think it was my apartment it apparently fell on deaf ears as judge Tammy can't read the verdict we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder as charged in the indictment no outburst now prosecutors will push for a ninety nine year prison sentence as the punishment phase of the trial begins Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas as state department officials will not show up for depositions this week in the impeachment investigation sector is Dave Mike Pompeii fired off a letter to house Democrats accusing them of intimidation and bullying the five officials are named in the Ukraine scandal C. N. B. C. all American economic survey was taken last week as news of the whistle blower complaint came out and it shows president trump's approval rating dropping to an all time low of thirty seven percent nuclear talks between the US and North Korea will be held this week with Korean media quoting a statement today from higher. ranking officials said that preliminary contact is set for October fourth with working level negotiations to begin the day after talks with the north have been stalled since earlier this year after a summit between president trump and north Korean leader Kim Jong moon fell apart Connecticut is raising the legal age for buying tobacco in vaping products from eighteen to twenty one a number of new laws taking effect in Connecticut today including a ban on ghost guns assembled from parts purchased online and an increase in the minimum wage to eleven Bucks an hour governor Ned Lamont was at a high school in Meriden to talk about a third log going on the box upping the smoking age to twenty one that includes vaping we don't know about that I think we've got like three four five years of experience we certainly know that the illegal vaping products in particular are deadly health commissioner Renee Coleman Mitchell noting the way more youth are using those he cigarettes it more than doubled in one year between eighteen and twenty four year olds I'm James weapon W. O. R. news and finally we have the story of a woman getting close to a cat but the cat in this story is at the Bronx zoo and the cat is an adult male line it's not clear for women will be disciplined after she was caught on video taunting a line at the Bronx zoo last weekend video posted on social media shows the woman who climbed over a safety barrier standing just feet away from a male lion the zoo said the action was a serious violation that could have resulted in serious injury or death they said Barry is are in place to keep both visitors staff and animal safe the woman nor line by the way were injured I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news and news abroad about good day New York weekdays starting at seven AM on fox five with the forecast coming up right now some in Congress are calling for up to a.
degrees eighty seventy one six
"It'll be warm and rather humid the low seventy three later today breezy warm and humid with animals of clouds and sun they'll be a couple of showers and a thunderstorm crossing the area through this evening the high today eighty six then for the rest of tonight rather cloudy and humid a low of sixty nine for tomorrow intervals of clouds and sun still humid with a shower and thunderstorm around height eighty three during that week though it'll become less humid Wednesday partly sunny and pleasant high eighty Thursday mostly sunny high eighty one arm accu weather meteorologist garbled in ski on W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty cloudy skies across metro Detroit seventy six degrees now for Waterford seven the three four Pontiac on the metro seventy six seventy seven for Detroit we update traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight just watched never stops Detroit's number one news on the job and on the road with the radio dot com and powered by the love Fontaine automotive group get it for free from your apps store now turning to the news why always on free to use radio nine fifteen WGA W. W. news time to twenty one one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of photographs about African American life history and culture we'll soon have a new home this Missoni and national museum of African American history and culture we'll
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Crash in that Centre Lane slowing things up. Outbound delays at the Lincoln and Holland tunnels down to a thirty minute. Wait next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W CBS. Now, here's meteorologist Danielle Niddle. Flash. Flood watch remains in effect for many of the jersey suburbs until one. A. M. Very muggy tonight with a couple of showers and thunderstorms in the area this evening. Any thunderstorm could produce flooding downpours a few leftover showers later tonight, lows, sixty eight tomorrow, clouds and a shower or two in the morning that increasingly windy and turning less humid in the afternoon. With some sun, high seventy seven mostly clear and more. Comfortable tomorrow night, low sixty four in the city of many the suburbs hall back into the fifties for Saturday. Beautiful with plenty of sunshine, low humidity, a nice breeze. High seventy nine mostly sunny for Sunday Eighty-one, Monday, a little bit more humid with a stray shower thunderstorm later in the day. High eighty three seventy six degrees in Teaneck seventy-two in Yorktown heights and seventy two degrees in central park. Humidity up there at ninety four percent. It take twenty on WCBS a federal indictments handed up in New Jersey against the man accused of shooting. Red Sox legend David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic earlier this month. Ralphie Faria, crews faces weapon and conspiracy charges. If convicted on all counts the twenty five year old from Patterson could spend more than forty years behind bars long before the June ninth shooting at a bar in. Santo Domingo crews have been wanted in Clifton for two street. Robberies in two thousand seventeen forty three year old Ortiz's recovering in a Boston hospital eleven people are in custody in the Dominican where investigators say or TS was not the intended target instead. They say the shooter was carrying out an order from.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"As she will tell you lost weight says, she felt she needed to lose this women like or power is I don't understand any of it. But the bottom line is, she has lost her ability to determine what is appropriate temperature like she can now she now thinks seventy six degrees is the appropriate temperature for the kids to go to sleep. The, the, the, the thermostat, seventy six degrees. It's really sledding, once which is normal. But I mean that's not supposed to be the case. She doesn't understand seventy six is the perfect sleeping temperature. No, if you're like, in church, it's yes guests, seventy six put you to sleep. But when you're in bed that's way, too. Tweet throughout with way, too, with blankets and everything. She's completely lost the sense and it's really I don't know how to handle it. I mean because I can't tell her like so. The temperatures are, are you having to try to sleep in seventy six degrees. No, it's so far, but to maintain the cool temperatures because we've always been in agreement that the appropriate. Temperature to sleep at sixty seven degrees. Gets cold cold with big covers on me. That's what you do that. You hate cold. I know. But I like it with, with the big covers on top. I like cold, and then I like to snuggle in. That's been the philosophy. I feel like it was a foundation of our marriage. I am with you. I'm now it's sixty sixty eight would know covers. No come, sixty one Tanya has seven hundred blankets on her, and she's like, I'm freezing. I'm like, I'm sleeping sleeping. I can't take my skin off. I'm sorry, it's too hot. There are things we could do maybe to change how much skin we have and the things. But that's. Yes, she has pointed that out. But it's like I'm sorry. I'm sorry, say, you know, if you're at seventy six and you want to go to sleep. We, we either start to live like, I don't know the king and Queen, and we have separate bedrooms. Yeah. Divorce one of the two because his no, there's no way to compromise. Their pro choice. You have actions. Exactly. Right. All right. Are sponsor this half hour is really factor relief factor. If you're in constant pain,.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Will tell you lost weight that she felt she needed to lose women. I like or pow rights. I don't understand any of it. But the bottom line is, she has lost her ability to determine what is an appropriate temperature like she can. Now, she now seventy six degrees is the appropriate temperature for the kids to go to sleep. At least the the. The the the thermostat. Seventy six degrees. It's really sledding, once which is normal. But I mean that's not supposed to be the case. She doesn't understand seventy six is the perfect sleeping temperature. No, no. If you're like, in church, it's yes guests, seventy six we'll put you to sleep. At that fast. But when you're in bed that's way to tweet out with way, too, with blankets and everything. And she's completely lost the sense, and it's really I don't know how to handle it. I mean, because I can't tell her like so we know what the right temperature are, are you having to try to sleep in seventy six degrees. No, it's so far, but able to maintain the cool temperatures because we've always been in agreement that the appropriate temperature to sleep at sixty seven degrees. It's cold cold with big covers on me. That's what I do the hate cold. I know. But I like it with, with the big covers on top. I like cold, and then I like to snuggle in. That's been the philosophy. I feel like it was a foundation of our marriage. I am with you. I'm now it's sixty sixty eight would know covers. No come sixty Tanya has, like seven hundred blankets on her, and she's like, I'm freezing. I'm like, I'm sleeping sleeping. I can't take my skin off. I'm sorry, it's too hot. There are things we could do maybe to change how much skin, we have layers. But that's. Yes, she has pointed that out. But it's like I'm sorry. I'm sorry, say, you know, if you're at seventy six and you want to go to sleep. We, we either start to live like, I don't know the king and Queen, and we have separate bedrooms. Divorce one of the two because his no, there's no way to.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on KTOK
"Will tell you lost weight that she felt she needed to lose. You know, this is women like or power rights. I don't understand any of it, but the bottom line is, she has lost her ability to determine what is an appropriate temperature like she can now she now thinks seventy six degrees is the appropriate temperature for the kids to go to sleep. At least the the the the thermostat. Seventy six degrees. It's really I'm snorting once which is normal. But I mean that's not supposed to be the case. She doesn't understand seventy six is the perfect sleeping temperature. No, no. If you're like in church, it's. Yes. Guests seventy-six. We'll put you to sleep at that fast. But when you're in bed that's way too twenty two way, too, with blankets and everything. And she's completely lost the sense, and it's really I don't know how to handle it. I mean, because I can't tell her like so we know what the right temperature are, are you having to try to sleep in seventy six degrees. No, it's so far, but able to maintain the cool temperatures because we've always been in agreement that the appropriate temperature to sleep at sixty seven degrees. Like it's cold cold with big covers on me. That's what I loved. You do. The hate cold. I know. But I like it with, with the big covers on top. I like cold, and then I like to snuggle in. That's been the philosophy. I feel like it was a foundation of our marriage. I am with you. I'm now at sixty about sixty eight would no covers. No come sixty Tanya has like seven. Nine hundred blankets on her, and she's like I'm freezing. I'm like, I'm sleeping sleeping. I can't take my skin off. I'm sorry. It's too hot. There are things we could do maybe to change how much skin, we have layers. But that's she has process. She has pointed that out. But it's like I'm sorry. I'm sorry. See, you know, if you're at seventy six and you want to go to sleep. We, we either start to live like, I don't know the king and Queen, and we have separate bedrooms. Yeah. Divorce one of the two because his no, there's no way to.
Icy Room Temperatures May Chill Productivity
"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd yada, a few years ago, scientists determine that our thermostats are sexist namely. That office. Climates had been optimized for a hypothetical room full of forty year old hundred fifty pound men using standards developed more than fifty years ago, and that ends up leaving a lot of women in the cold, call the ballot thermostat, right? Tom Chang, a behavioral economists at the USC Marshall school of business, he says, it goes beyond comfort for women. It seems that it's not just a matter of comfort. But it also affects their productivity Chang, and his colleague tested that link between temperature and performance by quizzing five hundred forty three German students on basic addition skills, and word scrambles in rooms that varied from sixty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit. And if you went from, let's say, the low sixties to the mid seventies, you saw an increase in female performance of almost fifteen percent, one five not five zero which I found. Markedly large as much larger than I had expected the effects tapered off after the mid seventies. But men on the other hand had a small decrease in performance about three percent as temperatures rose to the mid seventies, the results are in the journal plus one and there's a chance. These findings might explain things like disparities test scores on the SAT the longstanding gap in performance between high school boys and high school girls on the map portion of the SAT's approximately four percent. So given the effect size refinding. That's three degrees. Difference in indoor temperature still, he says, I wouldn't go running off writing policy off of one study. But it seems Cynthia Nixon had the thermostat dialed in just right last year. The actor turned politician was preparing to debate Andrew Cuomo as vita for the democratic nomination for New York state, governor debate venues are usually kept pretty chilly. But she requested a more balmy. And perhaps cognitively friendly, Seventy-six degrees. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy six degrees at three thirty. I'm curt Lewis top stories this morning. We've got a man locked up in South Carolina. He's accused of shooting seven police officers killing one the latest now from CBS news CBS news update, the seven law enforcement officers were shot. One. Fatally wanna gunman unleashed a hail of fire on police from inside a home near Florence South Carolina, sparking a two hour siege that ended with the suspect's arrest. Florence police chief Alain Hyder we lost a good friend of mine. An officer that I've known for thirty years. Pray for the family who lost the bravest police officer that I have ever known correspondent Kenneth Cragg reports within minutes three sheriff's deputies and four city police officers had been shot about two hours after it began the Florence county emergency management agency declared the act of shooting situation over saying the suspect had surrendered following a standoff with police. The county coroner said an officer from the city has been pronounced dead. The conditions of the others were not made public the officer killed named Terrence caraway CBS news update. I'm that piper bread Kavanagh step closer to being confirmed to the supreme court. The senators will get a chance today to read results of that FBI investigation into the latest sexual misconduct allegations CBS news correspondent Laura Podesta with the latest. President Trump continues to throw his support behind his embattled supreme court nominee. Me last night. He tweeted he is a fine man and great intellect. The senators will be able to read that report today, but it will be in a sealed room, and they're saying only one copy will be available in order to maintain security on the contents. Utah man arrested in connection with suspicious envelope sent to President Trump and several others. The US attorney in Utah saying that why William CLYDE Allen has been taken into custody in a small city in the northern part of that..
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Seventy six degrees at six o'clock. Good evening. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump is defending his supreme court nominee just days away from the conclusion of an FBI investigation into sexual misconduct allegations, President Trump is hoping to get supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh confirmed by the end of the week. Senate GOP leaders are moving to vote after the FBI investigation into sex assault claims made against the judge a lot is going to depend on what comes back from the FBI in terms of their their number seven investigation. But I think that judge cabinet is doing very well right now Monday night, the president Moncef Senate Democrats at his campaign rally saying they won't be satisfied with any investigation into cavenaugh. Kenneth Moton, ABC news the White House. Fifty seven year old man is in custody after allegedly violently attacking. Mother in front of her four year old son in queens. Cops say Derek church was arrested and faces several charges after he allegedly punched the thirty five year old mother unconscious. The incident happened as she walked along eighty four Eighty-four street in Woodhaven yesterday afternoon advocates demanding that funding be established for the New York City subway system at the state level through the use of congestion pricing. Amid morning rally of over two dozen groups riders alliance political director, Rebecca Belan says congestion pricing is fair path forward for what she calls governor Cuomo's MTA. He's the only person who can put the funding that's required into the MTA. Jesse Lehman an advocate for the unemployed says opportunities are being lost. I'm worried about the person that's trying to get to a job interview. But she's worried she's gonna to be late the coalition vowing to keep the heat on Cuomo and state lawmakers to include funding in next year's budget at union square James flippin for seven ten w R an FBI lab is analyzing mail destined for the Pentagon after it reportedly tested positive for the deadly poison rice in at least two packages were flagged during postal screening. But never actually made it to the Pentagon, the Long Island town of Shoreham is morning at twelve year old boy scout killed by an alleged drunk driver. On Sunday, the four other boys hit have been released from the hospital, including Katie Lynch. Whose mother is thankful. He's okay. Extremely lucky. Extremely lucky that things couldn't have been worse. Twelve year old. Andrew McMorris was killed in the crash Morris. Loved aviation and American Airlines paid tribute to him on Instagram. Meantime, the driver Thomas Murphy is free on bail and faces drunk driving charges. But those charges are expected to be upgraded. I'm Lisa G for seven.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Cloudy skies. Seventy six degrees. The twelve three good afternoon on Scott west on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Their reports of the drowning overnight in Arlington. Call came out a little before midnight from this area on Greek row on west campus asking for help with a possible rescue for what we understand that did turn into a drowning situation specific still are unclear this morning. We arrived about thirty minutes ago, though, we did see would appear to be students visibly upset having to be comforted. There were a number of campus. Police officers still here on the scene at the time roads that were blocked off. And then we did see several Tara county medical examiner office vehicles make their way down the stretch of road. Again, still no update on exactly what may have happened this morning. But from what we do understand an apparent drowning either on or near the UT campus near Greek road. That's NBC fives. Lower Collins reporting, Friday nights, torrential rains, prompting numerous water rescues one happening Saturday morning around six fifty four AM in the eighty four hundred block of fireside drive, Dallas fire rescue called to the scene after a woman's car became disabled after driving into high water from prairie creek which had swelled over the road before the arrival five dollars. Police officers attempted to help the woman, but became trapped themselves multiple Deif our units assisting two boats swiftwater rescue team, and they ended up saving both the officers and the woman in the same area nine people rescued from a home in which the entire first floor was underwater one person from inside the home hospitalized for non injury related issue. And in high water hit a number of homes. The water has receded. That's good. But the damage is done. I can show you just right here at the front door, the debris you see left on this plexiglass. That is the water line, and it's much worse as we step on into the house on the living room floor. There's mud debris. It is wet through here. And. Gets worse as we get farther into the house. That's NBC Fahd's. Ben Russell reporting..
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy six degrees with some light rain across North Texas. I'm curt Lewis top stories this morning. We will be under a flash flood watch beginning at seven o'clock in the morning expecting very heavy rain over the next few days really through the weekend. We'll talk about our forecast in some detail coming up in us Christine Ford's lawyer, telling the judiciary committee, she prefers to testify next Thursday, and she does not want Brett cavenaugh in the room Ford. Of course, the woman who is accusing cavenaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school thirty six years ago, the latest now from CBS news CBS news update, the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh by decades old sexual assault says she wishes to testify, but it won't be Monday. The president just speaking in Las Vegas said this about his nominee. So we'll let it play out. And I think everything's going to be just fine. This is a high quality person Christine. Blasi Ford's lawyers sent a letter to the judiciary committee telling them, quote, she wishes to testify provided that we can agree on terms that are fair in which ensure her safety and that she first wants an FBI investigation. They would like a he said she said scenario because you know, what happens in those scenarios the men are typically believed New York Democrat Kirsten gillibrand talking about the Republican push for Monday hearing fears that if this person is confirmed he will do terrible things for America women. He she is concerned that he does have the character the integrity the honesty to be a supreme court Justice CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. Now, Carol, traffic and weather together. Finley problem on the George.
"Tent City" for unaccompanied migrants to expand, stay open through end of year
"News hurricane Florence is making its way towards the southern United States bringing heavy rain and strong winds. Although rainfall and storm surges are the biggest concern for this. Hurricane acting director of the National Hurricane Center Rappaport reminds residents to be aware of those winds as well. The wind will be destructive particularly along the coast. Also may.
Brent Cavanaugh, Dianne Feinstein and Eto Kief discussed on Financial Issues
"Lewis top stories tonight. Judge Brent Cavanaugh went before a congressional committee on Tuesday the first day heavies hearings confirmation hearings as the nominee to the supreme court. The latest now from CBS news CBS news update the first day of judge Kavanagh's confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary committee rats Tuesday as Republicans aimed as swiftly confirm President Trump's second supreme court nominee and Democrats demand. More answers and more time. Correspondent Eto kief has a look what's in store for day to try to pin him down on abortion rights on executive power. Potentially. Try to ask him about his time spent is White House staff secretary to George W Bush the work through gun control. Certainly will be an issue concerned, especially to Dianne Feinstein. She usually quizzes traditional nominees on an issue. That's important to her. Are Jan Crawford reports. Only introductory remarks were made from Cavanaugh. It was a raucous first day of confirmation hearings
Trump says Canada "will be out" of trade deal unless it’s "fair"
"I have, ninety four but you get that heat index and they were going. To bump it up to one zero one what it's gonna feel like on your. Skin twenty percent chance of rain continuing tonight down to seventy five degrees and. Then on Labor Day we got a fifty fifty chance of. Getting wet so go and play outside but keep the indoors top of mind, as well yesterday tomorrow's high about eighty eight right now we have partly cloudy, skies, seventy six, degrees at NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD this is NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD the station North Texas counts on for news traffic and weather your news now the news this hour brought to you by Rodney Anderson. Dot com John McCain will be laid to rest today good morning it's seven thirty I'm Campbell. Read and the KRLD Sunday morning
Amazon calls out Bernie Sanders for "misleading accusations"
"Good afternoon, it is three to seventy six degrees in Seattle I'm Elisa Jaffe with. Tom glasco here are the top stories, from, the KOMO twenty four, seven news center the feud between Amazon and Senator Bernie Sanders heating up. Come Kelly Blair gives us the latest Vermont, Senator Bernie Sanders plants introduced legislation next week that would tax large. Employers like, Amazon employees, forced to use federal. Programs. To get by some would be equal to the amount of assistance their, workers? Are. Forced, to use the working families and middle class, in, this country should not. Have to subsidize the wealthiest people. In the United States of America that's absurd, and that is what a rigged economy. Is all about, the Bill is an attempt to force large companies like Amazon and
What's Meat, Anyway? Missouri Label Law Says It Comes From An Animal
"Degrees coming. Up on the news, at seven this morning with authorities remain puzzled how the shooter, in Jacksonville Florida was able to buy two handguns what's going on it's time for food. News we head out to the Chuck wagon latest items trending in. The. Food and beverage world public service where listeners in the name of Butterball, Johnson and the great gazoo Missouri has passed a law that will protect. Consumers from the
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Seventy six degrees the facility needs to be the whole debate. Hall needs to be, warmed, to seventy six degrees and then cat said quote working. Conditions are notoriously sexist when it comes to temperature so we just wanna make sure we're all in the same page here If he can't handle the chill get out of the debate hall Oh my God, I mentioned something productions by me A lot of this goes through the filter of production out whether you're on a TV set or whether you're in a debate. Situation is going to be a lot of lighting there's going to be a lot of, equipment that puts off heat and as a result you have to lower the temperature inside so that the equipment you're using she. A woman doesn't know these things because she doesn't what I'm assuming I'm just saying the media seems, to leave this whole part of the story out like the reason that. Is cold has nothing to do with being sexist it has everything to do with making sure the room is, of temperature that. Can handle equipment putting off heat That's just science Yeah It's it is. Science that's. True although I don't keep it super show. Here it's still kinda, cold but I don't keep it cinema. Charitably you do have. Some I keep it. Freezing no on TV because with all those lights on Iggy it's hot. Fast and, yeah you gotta keep it. Cool, otherwise you'll sweat to ever loving. Death I, mean it's, it's it's that's the whole. Thing and she's, really really. Thin she the one that we should be gauging like the temperature by, like I don't think. So.
Pope Francis, Pope Francis ABC and Theodore McCarrick discussed on WAOK Programming
"The Vatican's retired, ambassador to, the US is speaking out. Against pope Francis ABC's David. Wright reports Smack in the middle of the most challenging trip of his papacy a bombshell document from the. Vatican's former top diplomat to the US the archbishop called on. The, pope to resign archbishop Carlo Vigano central claim that pope Francis new for at least five years that former Washington DC cardinal, Theodore McCarrick was a serial predator but the only removed McCarrick last month quote pope, Francis must be the first to set, a good. Example to cardinals and bishops who covered up McCarrick abuses and resigned along with all of them On the papal, plane pope Francis said he'd read it, would, not credited with a response here in Ireland he had his hands full above all Holy Father we ask that you listen to the victims and survivors Saints. And scholars is also full of survivors who confronted Francis
Kathy Clegg, Nassar and Jeff Sessions discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"New charges stemming from a sex abuse scandal involving former doctor of US women's gymnastics and Michigan State University Kathy Clegg as his accused. Of. Lying to investigators in Michigan state's handling of sexual abuse complaints against now in prison to former sports Dr Larry, Nassar a former gymnasts says she told Clegg is back in nineteen Ninety-seven when she was sixteen at Nassar, had abused her an dissuaded her from. Taking the issue further even after another young gymnasts also came forward though Clegg is, has denied, those allegations, MSU, recently agreed, to a half billion dollar settlement with hundreds of women and
Ice on the Surface of the Moon? Almost Certainly, New Research Shows
"It, needs its potholes, everything and now with this it's just backed up. These restrictions on, Meridian are expected to continue through December so patience is a virtue scientists say they found ice on. The moon they use NASA tools to find the ice in craters on the moon's north and south poles, they are parts of The moon that are not exposed. To the sun the temperature there is about two hundred and sixty.
Taylor Swift gets emotional while revisiting verdict in groping trial
"Long as. His son is along for the ride and did somebody say eighty s superstars Madonna likely taking, some time to celebrate today or maybe not she. Turns, sixty today her Instagram feed seems to show that the best selling female artists of all time is spending her milestone,
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"Clouds this afternoon with, far, fewer thunderstorms compared to yesterday for, the most part the storms are going to go from the central and southern mountains of Colorado straight east in Colorado Springs Pueblo and points farther, south largely missing metro Denver here today tonight. Partly cloudy low fifty nine tomorrow mostly, sunny can't rule out a late day straight thunderstorm high eighty-seven same thing, on Friday and then a better chance for thunderstorms on Saturday from. CBS forum Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM we have seventy six degrees in Aurora. It is eighty four in centennial. The FBI and the Colorado bureau of investigation joining
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"And elsewhere. In queens crash on eastbound l. i. e. heading into one hundred and eighth those delays are back to sixty ninth. Street and over New Jersey, we're clearing a crash with a fuel. Spill on route one in Trenton southbound side of route one near. Perry street that's in the right lane and you've got a very slow ride eastbound Forty-six little falls with flooding closing the road by union boulevard also watch out for flooding closures both directions on. Forty-six between the Garden State Parkway and route twenty one in transit news l. subway trains are not running between Broadway junction Brooklyn and eighth
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Seventy six degrees, sunshine at the, broadcast center in spring garden. We are heading up to ninety two with a heat index. Of one hundred degrees and we. Could see some pop. Up, thunderstorms today as, well here what have you, news time. Seven twenty two the, heart and vascular institute at Einstein healthcare network sponsors traffic and transit on. The twos Carol, major arteries I is brought to you by the heart and vascular instituted Einstein healthcare network in the matters of the heart trust Einstein. Major artery will make it ninety. Five and give you some good news here northbound I ninety five approaching Woodhaven road. No delay this morning compared to. Yesterday where there was a serious delay with the center lane. Construction, they worked on night to clear it out of the way. Everything has gone by this morning and again north ninety-five of Woodhaven all lanes are open just to caution north of this as traveled north of four thirteen up to street road we have the left, lanes, still, closed with, the ongoing. Construction there we go, south on, ninety five got, to, Russia, well first, of all south down south of, academy Akash international Accident on the right side of the roadway attracting attention then we're jam south of this bridge down to, Gerard avenue and delays northbound ninety five is traveled from Delaware, County slow four fifty two up to around the the area, of the Commodore Barry bridge let's stay in Delaware County we'll take a look at, the blue it's pretty tied up northbound jammed right from I. Ninety, five north on ran on? Up to route one turnpike is very busy now willow grove west out to fort Washington also slow getting. Off the willow. Grove and your change the ongoing construction on route six eleven sun glare east thirty bypass the three twenty two. At the, two zero two on ramp watch it west on the thirty bypass at three. Twenty two a broken down vehicle partly. In the right lane everything else is busy we're on the Schuylkill expressway now the starting king of. Prussia heavy at the two zero two on ramp through conshohocken. And the curve jammed the boulevard. Down to, Gerard avenue very busy, west on the Schuylkill expressway were crawling Paschall avenue to around south, street picks up, Jan boulevard now through Girard. Avenue out to Belmont avenue was he leave the city limits. Again or little the rush hour. As a mass transit. No, reported delays from, the.
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"Oh five Monday, August sixth good evening I'm Bob Conway overcast and seventy six degrees. In Chicago, down to seventy one overnight AccuWeather says then we'll have more clouds than sun tomorrow showers or thunderstorms most likely in the afternoon and evening high tomorrow of eighty-two five day forecast coming up our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ Emma Chicago law firm will be representing more people who, survived, last, week's plane crash in Durango Mexico boy and dimitrio is now. Filing lawsuits behalf of eleven passengers aboard AeroMexico flight twenty four thirty one which crashed shortly after takeoff during a heavy thunderstorm. The firm which has plenty of experience Representing. Passengers in major, airline disaster lawsuits says all the people on this flight have the. Right to, know exactly what caused the plane to crash, Keith Johnson NewsRadio one zero five point nine if Chicago public school students will be returning to class in about a month and the district drummed up, interest during a back to school fair in east Garfield park WBZ Michelle Fiori as Jerry, Jones, was, just leaving the back to school event with her two children, as she briefly stopped to say Hello the weekend violence on the west side has Jones.
New York's Cuomo rejects NRA claim that 'blacklisting' jeopardizes mission
"Wins ring central Newsline transit officials gave local lawmakers from both sides of the Williamsburg grades the bus tour it's going to go, when the l. train shuts down Out specific. Sites they got to, see, them firsthand where the buses will be turning where we'll be putting sporting islands and bike lanes, but MTA transitive Andy Byford says a lot of tweaking needs to take place the biggest impression I was. Just a need to make sure that as far as we can all construction is. Complete by the time that this is a shuttle needs to go into action the plan. Is, to run eighty buses an hour during rush. Hour Juliet Papa Tinton wins on fourteenth street which doesn't start until, April of next year and it'll last for fifteen months but they want to give people a chance you know to weigh in on how to keep things moving in the neighborhood in the interim AccuWeather. Says it, got the heat advisory continuing through eight o'clock tomorrow tomorrow night also an air quality alert for high levels of ozone this evening otherwise warm and humid is the word tonight low of seventy six degrees we're at ninety one right now with the. Real field of ninety one wins news time four six The National Rifle Association says it'll soon have to close its doors shut down his website stop holding rallies and conventions. And now it's. Suing the state and governor Cuomo as we've been telling you. Claiming the NRA now has a hole in it's pocket because businesses banks that ensures in our state not want to work with them governor Cuomo says oh Dan stop crying here rejecting the. Notion the NRA says governor Andrew Cuomo is going after them for political, reasons Cuomo says he's been a, longtime foe of the NRA I believe the NRA represents an extremist group the, NRA claims in their lawsuit that New York, state is, violating their first amendment rights to talk about gun owners second amendment. Rights Cuomo said they find to insurance companies in New York for working with the NRA on. Carry guard insurance which he says protects gun owners from liability for. Intentional, bad axe to bed you violated the law the NRA claims that. Cuomo is blacklisting their organization with banks and insurance companies Steve Kastenbaum. New York said the, governor, tongue And cheek they'll be. In my thoughts and. Prayers evoking a phrase that has been used by some NRA supporters, following recent mass shootings, here in America movie pass, apparently struggling so there's word today that they're going to start limiting folks to three movies per month trying to burn less cash so they can stay in business currently you see one movie per day in theaters. But starting August, fifteen, you'll, only get to, see three for. The entire month, movie pass as as it is about eighty five percent. Of his customers already seen oh more than three.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Low sixty nine degrees in midtown will fall back closer to sixty across the hudson valley for tomorrow sunny to partly cloudy another very nice afternoon high tomorrow eightythree some patchy clouds around tomorrow night with a low of seventy and for saturday a blend of sun and clouds turning former anna bid for humid high saturday eightyeight degrees i'm meteorologist danielle niddle in the wcbs weather center seventy six degrees and linden seventy one in white plains seventy three and central park at nine forty wcbs authorities have identified the pilot who died when his small plane crashed into a landfill in plain ville connecticut this morning near robertson airport the pilot was 67yearold donald ekberg of burlington officials say he was alone on the plane authorities also say he had taken off from robertson airport it's not yet know how long he was in the air before the crash occurred an organizer of a white nationalist rally that became violent in charlottesville virginia last summer has agreed to actively discourage armed parliamentary activity at any future rallies they're jason kessler agreed to that to settle a lawsuit which had been brought against him on behalf of the city and businesses there the violence left one woman dead and dozens injured it's nine forty one walgreens has you covered with the trusted summer essentials you need no matter where you go this summer whether you're swimming in.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Day forecast quiet and clear go to the overnight hours sixty four your overnight low quite comfortable still as we head into your tuesday mostly sunny warm attach more humidity compared to today with a high of eighty three degrees at lakefront agents fix inland on the fourth of july partly cloudy very warm and humid with a chance for a few afternoon showers and storms not a washout for the fourth of july fireworks but still a chance high eighty seven degrees on thursday partly cloudy hot and humid with showers and storms developing as the day goes on with a cold front approaching high of ninety degrees then on your friday sunny and cooler a lot less humidity compared to you the day before with a cold fronts linked through dropping our tents down to seventy six i'm meteorologist jacqui ricca forecasts on wtmj barometric pressure is steady the lake michigan water temperature is sixty four and madison eighty four degrees green bay eightyseven in waukesha it's eighty two and in milwaukee it's seventy six degrees john mercure melissa barklay with you on wtmj greg matzek will join us from miller park coming up a little bit later on and debbie lazaga has your traffic all afternoon a big date in history was on this date july second nineteen thirty seven so eighty one years ago aviator amelia earhart and navigator fred noonan disappeared over the pacific while trying to make the first round the world flight at the equator erhard had often spoken about the joys of flying modern progress contrived to maintain such a pleasure couple couple aviation was amelia earhart so she saw her first airplane at the state fair would was ten years old took her first flying lesson when she was twenty three years old her first plane was a bright yellow kiner air stor that she nicknamed the canary couple other interesting little facts she didn't like to wear goggles will flying and she was off until she needed to or should get things in her eyes or the wind would get in her eyes you know it'd be dangerous and she fought it at every turn she just did not like to wear goggles she also didn't like coffee or tea and she often flew for long periods of time when she's trying to set these records and everyone else in that era drank lots and lots of coffee and tea to stay awake sir she melting salts instead interesting a little container smelling salts like you see gay they give to a football player sometimes they put under your nose and it kind of wakes you up and shake up the cobwebs so she is smelling salts instead clearly she was a leader and kind of did around own thing looks like yeah she was definitely a leader forty years old when she disappeared it's three thirteen on wtmj a big hour coming up for you sex trafficking unfortunately remains a big problem in wisconsin we'll take you inside the epidemics some new information that's at three twenty one that's a big day for bucks forward janas anna popular video game we'll get deeper dive with gregg matic here he'll weygand coming up at three thirty four and this is going to be a lot of fun and interesting this wisconsin is tian a vander hey and she's going to be with us talking about her platform what that moment was like when she got the all that good stuff that is at three fifty one greg matt's exports up next this is doug russell o'connell milwaukee dental care doctor james michael's is my dentist and i can't recommend enough i may be a lot like you when i was a kid the dentist met an uncomfortable chair bright light in my eyes and that drill that'll will walk dental care they understand the nervousness the edginess and the fear that takes over at the dentist dr.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"And seventy six degrees our top local story this hour police say a madison county man led them on a chase early this morning that topped one hundred miles per hour in polk county forty six year old stephen show slur of bevington is facing multiple charges paul county sheriff's lieutenant rich blaylock tells us the chase began around four fifteen this morning when a deputy tried to stop shlo slurs a pickup in delaware township at thirty say show slur then led them on a high speed chase before crashing in the forty three hundred block of east grainger avenue to moines police joined in they said that he ran but a police dog found him he was arrested and taken to the poll county jail a female passenger in the truck was not taken into custody some sixty people in eight states have gotten sick after eating precut watermelon honeydew melon cantaloupe and fresh fruit medley the fruits were sold in clear plastic containers at costco trader joe's walgreens walmart and whole foods there is a recall in place and it does include iowa and several other states and osceola man was killed in a head on crash with a semi yesterday in southern i was clark county the state patrol has just released details on this one they say twenty five year old jesse ray was headed west on highway thirty four when for an unknown reason he went into the eastbound lanes and hit a semi driven by thirty three year old jesse bane of tom wa ray was pronounced dead at the scene in the truck driver was injured and taken to clark county hospital in osceola our top national story secretary state mike pompeo says the us will push north korea to take major steps toward disarmament over the next two and a half years pompeo's in seoul for briefings with south korean and japanese officials on president trump's summit with north korean leader kim jong un trump is insisting on full denuclearization and is assured kim that the us will help the north.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Sunny skies seventy six degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco here's the latest from the wbal twenty four hour broadcast center a beloved priest in east baltimore has been suspended after allegations of sexual abuse father luigi esposito has been part of the our lady of pompei community and highland towns since one thousand nine hundred sixty four now he's been removed from the pulpit after the archdiocese of baltimore says a person came forward to see who accused him of abuse in the nineteen seventies the church says the investigation is ongoing so far there are no criminal charges a quick hearing today for former baltimore police commissioner darryl d'souza in federal court in downtown he was there to enter charges he failed to file tax returns for three years the judge ordering desouza turning his passport and any guns he owns and says he won't be allowed to leave the country until his case is decided a divided supreme court ruled in favor of employers in disputes with employees today the court ruled five to four that employers can prohibit their workers from banding together to complain about pain conditions in the workplace the ruling seen as an important victory for business interest it says businesses can force employers to individually us arbitrator to resolve their disputes former president barack obama and his wife michelle heavy new production deal with net flicks they've signed a multi year deal to produce movies and series the netflix ceo says the obamas are uniquely in a position to discover and highlight the stories of people who make a difference in their communities and the royal wedding in england was a huge ratings grabber in the us nielsen says more than twenty nine million people in the us tuned into one of the fifteen different tv networks carried it nbc got the biggest share the viewers wall street is getting a big share of money today the dow is up almost three hundred points two hundred ninety eight and change the sp is up twenty two the nasdaq up forty four oil prices up a.
"seventy six degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To have a seventy six degrees a skies clear but again watch out for these early evening showers or thunderstorms with heavy downpour some gusty winds maybe some frequent lightning to dodge out of those storm cells now into tomorrow to similarlooking day the high ninety two hit or miss thunderstorm end some sun other wise and by thursday were flirting with records all the way up to ninety six degrees and again some scattered evening thunderstorms a more widespread batch of showers and storms coming along on friday thankfully not as hot we hit eighty five and even though it's still a touch he met on saturday it looks like a nice start to the weekend with some sun and a high of eighty six with riotous weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio eddie don going up to ninety four were the the stock market is at alltime record highs house your portfolio are you prepared for retirement you can actually learn a professional approach to financial freedom with instructors him for the treaty on wall street civil changes to your investments give me big changes to your rinco goal online trading academy now would eighty six one three trade and register for a free half the class fees glances are available to you regardless of your current level of knowledge experience in the markets here's what howard current student has to say and two thousand eight as the market crash i lost after my money then later in two thousand nine i gotta laid off so after money and you're out of a job data was the turningpoint for me where i decided you gotta learn how to control this online trading academy was a place taught me how to do it do it in online trading academy's free three hour class call eight eight eight six one three trade eighty six one three.
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"At seventy six degrees and cloudy for top local story this hour an eastside business plaza as as scene of a shooting according to initial reports that happened before eleven pm in the building that houses several businesses at thirteen one east euclid or ushered arrived back email eight underground is transported to the hospital much her which is transferred transport to this is time uh at this point conditions unknown senior police officer andrew purtill says they believed the incident happened in the basement of a hispanic beauty salon the woman was taken to the hospital with at least one gunshot wound to the stomach area our top national story at least sixteen people are dead after a military plane crash in mississippi the marine mm korsae 130 went down on the floor county in the central part estate last night the us marine corps confirmed that it's plane was involved in what it called a mishap and activeduty soldiers in hawaii is facing charges that he tried to help isis the thirtyfouryearold is accused of attempting to give military documents and training to the tear gerb he was arrested by the fbi on saturday day a divine man is charged with running a cockfighting enterprise to one at police along the animal rescue leak staffers took eighty five chickens and wishes from an eastside property and mariana martinez were ramirez has been charged go laws were passed and all activity connected with berklee all activity connected with animal fight eggers bowel felony on the fate of iowa tom pullman of the of the animal rescue late says the birds are being examined and photograph for evidence in state agah fficials are also testing for possible contagious disease and the fbi headquarters will reportedly may remain in washington dc in the famous j edgar hoover building for the time being washington post reports the government is ending a search for a new fbi headquarters the decision exact is expected to be announced this morning by officials with the general services administration i'm steven.