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Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation
"Okay our guest is john damage. He is the ceo of iris automation. They produce the cassia which is platform agnostic. Three hundred and sixty degree radio computer vision detect and avoid system for you a. s. and they also have something they call the regulatory resource center. Which is an online tool that manages. The bbc loss waiver application process. How john's got a really nice long. Fantastic aviation technology career. He led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer. At boeing's subsidiary in situ and he was a boeing executive liaison and board observer to sky grid which was a joint venture between boeing and spark ignition. John was also the ceo of two d three sensing they're a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance in on top of all that he's also an faa certified commercial pilot. He has multi-engine an instrument ratings and he's a cf. I the certified flight instructor. John welcome to the uav digest. Thank you very much. Max and i'm calling in from southern california to stay on team there. We go which probably makes both of your little bit jealous. This time year. I grew up in new jersey so i definitely remember what late february early march felt like This tease of spring but winter holding on for dear life. Well we were at seventy three degrees today. So i actually had the hanger open at the museum which was kind of a nice thing was on the teas. Get the punch is coming all right. Well john why don't we start off talking a little bit about the products and services that irish automation offers Detected avoid is certainly a big part of what you do. Yeah i would say. Detection is primarily what we do we at our core our computer vision and machine learning software company and what the founders of our business realized is that the drone industry was not going to be able to grow exponentially like all the hype held for so many years until drones were allowed to fly more like regular airplanes
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's seventy three degrees and sunny at four o'clock good afternoon I'm David folk Thomas in the wake of the George Floyd protests across the country governor Cuomo is threatening to withhold state funds to any locality in the state if those cities and towns don't pass legislation to re imagine and re organize their police departments the governor announcing today the deadline for localities to do that is April first of next year meanwhile as calls to different police departments intensify across the country New York city council speaker Corey Johnson and seven other council members are pushing for a massive reduction in funds allocated to the NYPD here's a shock Bala the proposed cuts would remove a billion dollars from the department's budget which is currently six billion the cuts would reduce overtime and officers while taking some responsibilities away from police money would instead be used to fund youth and social health services while mayor de Blasio agrees that cuts should be made he doesn't support the billion dollar proposal PBA president Patrick Lynch denounces the funding saying that city agencies have repeatedly failed to do their jobs and that every new victim from cuts would be the council's fault a show Bala W. O. R. news state lawmakers and city officials haven't made things easy for the NYPD news for New York reports at least two hundred fifty prisoners who were released early from Ryker's island due to concerns over covert nineteen have been re arrested a total of four hundred fifty times and some of those individuals are being released over and over again each time they commit another crime that's thanks to the bail reform law governor Cuomo signed earlier this year news for new York's reports that a prisoner named Jonathan Martinez was released early from writers on March sixteenth only to rob a motorist in lower Manhattan with a box cutter a week later he was arrested and re released but then were arrested again on April six for allegedly stealing from a store on the same block Martinez was released for that crime and then arrested again June third for throwing a brick through Greenwich Village clothing store while the owner was inside he was released yet again and three days later was one of the looters arrested during the George Floyd protests for smashing the window of a pharmacy and stealing you guessed it he's been released yet again you're sure W. O. R. weather channel forecast will.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"That stack traffic back to Walters but again cleared it for accidents so that tropical start recovering anytime now Megan bishop news radio twelve hundred W. away I the mixture clouds and sun today highs in the low to mid nineties tomorrow and Friday sunny skies both days highs in the mid nineties both days seventy three degrees San Antonio Spurs trump welcome to Wednesday's eighty six days into your Labor Day weekend twenty four days during the day in only eleven games father's day I remember yesterday we were talking about the World Health Organization in their statement that they said that a symptomatic people it was very rare that a symptomatic people could spread the virus the coronavirus yeah we're less than twenty four hours later they kind of back peddled on it because yesterday Maria van Kirk called the Hughes whose technical lead for the coronavirus response said and this is a major unknown she said that there is a subject of infected people who never develop symptoms making them a symptomatic but they can still the coronavirus so once again are we getting inundated with misinformation on a daily basis or is somebody saying something they shouldn't.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on KTRH
"Blocking the whole frontage road eastbound main lanes are rubbernecking I'm sky my chemical because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center big heat high right on top of us with tips up to ninety degrees this afternoon busting daily records from the nineteen thirties here in Houston yesterday US other parts of the state on the border had triple digit heat for the first time seventy three degrees our low tonight and then that big heat high makes way moving to the east this weekend making way for some showers on Saturday at a high of eighty degrees I'm meteorologist Scott Laurie more the weather channel sunny breezy eighty eight advocate here H. weather center twelve thirty one our top story the house is nearing a final vote on the roughly two trillion dollar stimulus measure largest rescue package in U. S. history speaker Nancy Pelosi says the nation faces economic and health emergency of historic proportions house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy calls it a commitment to do everything possible to help Americans president trump says he'll sign the bill soon as he gets it right now Wall Street not happy the Dow down seven hundred twenty five the nasdaq down two hundred twenty eight S. and P. five hundred down seventy six oil at twenty one twenty seven president trump calling on GM to open up its shuttered Lordstown Ohio plant to make ventilators president criticized the company's CEO saying she promised to deliver forty thousand of them quickly but now only says they can have six thousand built by late April he also says the company wants top dollar the famous crosswalk on the Beatles Abbey Road album cover is getting a fresh paint job since the city of London is an walked down the highway department decided to good time to give the landmark a fresh coat of paint Bob Dylan out with a single for the first time in eight years and it's a seventeen minute track about the JFK assassination called murder most foul our next update out one of now more of the Rush Limbaugh show I'm Scott kroner news for your certain forty K. T. R. H. this report is sponsored by express pros dot com losing sleep over a stressful job.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"No seventy three degrees and it's four oh one it news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd democratic house managers and the defense are done with their closing arguments in the Senate impeachment trial against president trump speaking on the Senate floor California congressman Adam Schiff argue the president has quote betrayed our national security is continuing obstruction will permanently and dangerously alter the balance of power adding the danger the president poses will never see the fees were not not not removed from office and in the White House counsel Patsy baloney argued senators must vote to acquit the president and leave it to the voters to decide if president trump should remain in office as a Bologna urge to senators to reject these articles of impeachment and the era of impeachment once and for all a conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh has advanced stage of lung cancer the sixty nine year old made the announcement today on a show the bus that he will be not be on the air the next few days as he gets treatment saying hopes to be back on the air by Thursday the Iowa caucuses get underway in just a few hours it comes as a former vice president Joe Biden Vermont senator Bernie Sanders are tied to the pole from CBS news by noon Sanders both earning twenty five percent more former south bend Indiana mayor P. but a judge and senator Elizabeth Warren are the only other candidates in double digits the two thousand twenty elections expected to be a heated one and if you want to cast a vote you need to register and today is the deadline for bear county elections coordinator Jackie Kallen says they're prepared for a steady stream of walk ins well we ramp up to the light click to more computers and two more people out in the lobby also so we can pull up to keep them all busy S. is is there more registered voters in their county than ever before police in North Texas are releasing few details about the shooting death of two people inside a Texas a and M. commerce dorm room host server responded and failed to do so you still don't females in a room a third person a small chuckle broccoli two years old who's.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy three degrees in Boston at four o'clock I'm trying to Sherman here's what's happening it didn't take long for star player from the New England Patriots to make headlines despite being out of the playoffs WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that story after a night out on the town patriots star wide receiver Julian Edelman was arrested after he allegedly jumped onto the hood of someone's Mercedes in Beverly hills officer said that around nine PM Saturday night Adleman for no reason leaped onto the hood of the car causing damage the Superbowl MVP was arrested for misdemeanor vandalism and was then released it was clear to the police officers that all men have been drinking the LA county DA will decide whether or not to file charges Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio Boston police continue to investigate a shooting in the area fifty one Washington Street in Dorchester that left two people with gunshot wounds one of those victims died at the hospital the incident taking place just after eight o'clock last night the two victims were transported to an area hospital where one of them was pronounced dead the second man's injuries are considered to be non life threatening no arrests have yet been made Arron has deployed riot police in the capital expecting more protests after its revolutionary guard admitted to accidentally shooting down the Ukraine passenger plane last week riot police and plainclothes officers could be seen massing a Teron landmarks as call circulated for protest meanwhile house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's concerned that the trump administration has not been up front with Congress or the American people about his reasoning for killing Iranian general costs solo money in an interview this morning with ABC's this week hello she said the administration made a major error when it failed to notify the gang of eight ahead of the strike what we want to do is to not escalate the war when they called and told me that secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs that we were involved in this action as it will you should have informed of the gang of eight in advance of the it's that speaker Pelosi appearing on this week with George Stephanopoulos accident.
Will the weather forecast impact your fantasy football lineup?
"Just go around the nation. this is what Paul four K.. Dave I got it the weather could not be better in New York City it's like seventy three degrees I drove with the windows down listening to some beautiful music how how are things though in Kansas city this weekend well thank you Adam showers and thunderstorms expected on Sunday high of seventy four winds southwest at ten to twenty miles per hour chance of rain this is not a joke one hundred percent rainfall may reach one H. and locally happily rainfall possible so where your votes if you live in Kansas city from the fantasy football weather center this is Dave Richard back to you. thank god I get out of bed I was really good. yeah well you know I'm not a weather and I'm a fantasy football guy that's right you a future that good stuff so is that affecting your rankings at all you should see me on a green screen dollar not yet if if we wake up on Sunday and the forecast is still you know what but I just a hundred percent chance of thunderstorms that's bad yeah range not that big of a deal that well right was so the wind that that we care about the only way that rain is bad for football is wind it hurts visibility so like crazy heavy downpour okay that's bad plus players could slip and wind is really bad too but usually you're looking for consistent twenty mile an hour gusts not ten to twenty the actual forecast is thirteen miles an hour on Sunday do you really think that's going to slow down a patch of homes fastball I think not so here's what you do the game kicks of one at noon you'll head on over to CBSSports dot com and you'll see what the latest is and we will have it for you and you can make a smart decision on whether to go with players on the ravens chiefs are not one thing you can do now though is make plans a kicker because the wind will affect the ball that's kicked in the air because those Basel flutter like crazy all the time so Justin Tucker Harrison buckle my guys you can't drop them you can't but you could might have to drop some bills or you just take your chances with them and hope that they get you six points that's that's usually bad just some people would say yes you can drop kickers and maybe they're right I actually think that the the handful of a leak kickers are very valuable and I would not drop them in Tucker certainly one of them is Santos might be as well Dave real quick injury updates here any Pinheiro and Mike badly yeah I know their kickers but badly is not going to play he's doubtful and Panera
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Still so docile to that work zone down at Chelsea from the center span all the airport tunnels are now in good shape David's attorney WBZ's traffic on the three and five forget the four day WBZ accu weather forecast from meteorologist Bob small back then I will be mostly clear with lows ranging from fifty nine in Boston to fifty three in some suburbs sunshine mixing with a few clouds tomorrow pleasant a high of seventy eight tomorrow night partly cloudy lows of fifty seven downtown the fifty in some inland locations look for times of clouds and sun both Monday and Tuesday pleasantly cool highs of seventy to seventy four I'm accu weather meteorologist Bob smart back WBZ Boston's newsradio seventy degrees in Peabody in Natick it's seventy one in downtown Boston partial cloudiness sands seventy three degrees. it's five oh for a tree came crashing down in a parked car early this morning in the south end of Boston has only easy sherry small tells us folks who live there woke up to find their street was blocked cells and neighbors on Wellington street aren't sure whether it was the wind or just the law of gravity that caused a huge Japanese elm tree to come crashing down Kerry lives a few doors down from it it's not been healthy the last two years and it's definitely tipping with the tipping it's a big three the more more weight that you have off center and so I think it was just can support itself anymore the tree crashed right on top of one card is storing it but it missed Ryan's car by mere inches any damage at all I looked around and seen it the year literally inches from the base of this treaty came down I think you should go buy a lottery ticket that's a second person said that I think I might have in the south in sherry small WBZ Boston CBS radio it's five or six will check business news with Bloomberg neck is only one thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from the high cost of elder care plan ahead my friends at the Commonwealth advisory group can help one eight hundred seven oh five fourteen fifteen to set up a no stress consultation. message and data rates may apply what will you learn when you start your degree online with Arizona State University you'll learn that you're capable of.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's seventy three degrees and partly cloudy in Boston at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening start with the run for the White House congressman Seth Moulton today says now he plans to leave the race is expected to make it official later today in remarks to the Democratic National Committee since launching his campaign back in April Moulton's really struggle to get any sort of recognition in the polls frequently coming in those polls at zero percent this campaign says they're proud of their race they ran and Milton intends on campaigning for whoever it is that ends up getting the bit he's the second candidate to drop out of the race this week after Washington state governor Jay Inslee eleven a one now to France for the chief prosecutor in Paris says they're launching a new investigation into the rape of young children all linked to disgraced billionaire Jeffrey up steam the prosecutor said he has enough to warrant opening a preliminary investigation for rape and sexual assault of minors including minors under fifteen years old the investigation will look at alleged offenses not just in France but also abroad were French nationals are concerned no suspects have been named at this stage of the prosecutor confirmed it is linked to ongoing allegations about abstain and his entourage a line called CBS news Paris also today the president of MIT says the school in all received nearly eight hundred thousand dollars from charitable found foundations link step Steen Rafael reef is apologizing now saying the school contributed to the elevation of abstains reputation and that in turn helped distract from his quote horrifying acts up steam is facing new sex trafficking charges accused of abusing dozens of young girls before his death earlier this month when Georgia police there say a woman shot her two adult children and then took the gun to our self one of those children is Erin Edwards she was a rising junior over at Boston University at the school of communication brother Christopher also killed in that attack school last night posting an obituary for Erin noting she had a special talent for storytelling doing it all with thoughtfulness and sincerity eleven to keep an eye to the ground maybe the trees have your Newton today there's a snake on the loose and it's a big one on Tuesday evening in a foot long Burmese python named lightning escape from its owner in Newton the owner let the snake roam free in the backyard while he and his son played in the pool the minute he looked away lightning slithered his way through the fence and hasn't been seen since after spending hours looking for the pet snake the owner contacted Newton police on Wednesday it's now Friday morning and I asked local residents if they're going to be extra cautious with the python on the loose and this gentleman doesn't seem too concerned are you gonna be extra cautious so now nope no change local authorities are urging residents to be alert it's a contact them immediately if they find a Bernese python in Newton Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio on president trump's off to Europe the reason why that.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Up to ninety three strode drive east is just slow coming into Lefferts circle all the airport totals are better in the lower deck of ninety three is wide open my king WBZ's traffic on the three and the weather a nice night some stormy weather expected tomorrow mostly clear sixties tonight warm humid maybe a couple of showers and thunderstorms around tomorrow afternoon those storms could be locally severe damaging winds and hail temperatures in the mid eighties warm and humid continues tomorrow night maybe a shower or thunderstorm in the mix low seventies same for Thursday hi this though Thursday night he won those real feels maybe a hundred in the afternoon Friday mostly sunny breezy much less humid temperatures near eighty and in Boston right now we have mostly cloudy skies and seventy three degrees this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop the five things you need to know at seven forty five top registry of motor vehicles official fired in the aftermath of that deadly crash in New Hampshire in June the scandal spring tonight and he's Boston with Boston's new school year just around the corner the MBTA's giving free passes to nearly ten thousand students in grades seven through twelve president trump says he's considering a payroll tax cuts but the nice he's worried about a recession as the lawsuits continue being filed against the estate of Jeffrey abstain in order tells are beginning to emerge.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy three degrees with cloudy skies in Boston at one thirty on this Wednesday afternoon thanks for joining us sign Jim McKay and here's what's happening what a difference a day makes especially on Wall Street as markets continue to plunge this afternoon at the very latest let's go live to Bloomberg we're rejoining Tracy junkie Tracy we found a few hours of this now we have Gemma and it's so it's better than it was an hour ago but this is not good the Dow was down six hundred twenty points nasdaq falling two hundred thirteen these are losses of around two and a half percent and today you're reminded me of yesterday retail stocks especially were soaring is the trump administration delayed terrace on items likely to be on many holiday wish list so bad today we got a report from Macy's of barely their sales growth and also we could break retail reports are from China and Germany raising worries about the global economy gem Hey Tracy junkie she's been falling to force a busy day indeed and we will check back in with her live in Bloomberg coming up in about seven minutes says will continue to follow these markets here through the afternoon but certainly a rough day on Wall Street and it has been back and forth but it's been in the read the entire day across the board right now it is one thirty one stay out of the water both you and your dog not talking about sharks here this is a message from state health officials for several bodies of water in eastern mass WBZ's Chris femme explaining why at one of the locations in New the warnings have changed the complexion of this picturesque neighborhood an area usually bustling with activity shut down because of toxins in the water typically at this time of the year there are cars lining all the streets people are in the water swimming enjoying the the lake and the outdoors and they haven't been able to the whole month of August which during the dog days of summer has residents bummed out I think it's a big head everyone likes to be out here during the summer so it be nice if it wasn't the case but it is the case a very serious case AS three dogs in North Carolina died from exposure to the algae just days ago and eleven years back the cyanobacteria claimed the lives of two dogs on the Cape in Newton Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news radio and at one thirty two a death investigation right now in central mass that is ongoing it appears that a jogger was potentially struck by a vehicle that's what the Worcester district attorney's office is saying in sudden as a body was found on the front lawn they got a call around eight fifteen this morning as police arrived the jogger has not been identified portions of single Terry Avenue will remain closed as they investigate and a second floor balcony rescue from a three alarm fire overnight in Taunton luckily no injuries however multi family home was destroyed more from the scene with WBZ TV is nectar of always on fire cheat describing this as an intense fire that had some residents.
Oregon students able to take 'mental health day' under new bill
"News London Saudi Arabia's as Iran's actions are unacceptable is calling on the world community to respond a cool front is on its way promising an end to the days long heat wave that's been roasting the eastern two thirds of the country but as NPR's Amy held reports for the moment the heat wave is maintaining its grip on parts of the central US an east coast for one last day temperatures remain around the triple digits Bob or Vic is a forecaster with the National Weather Service over the past few days there have been rumors record set in Philadelphia New York City and Boston heat emergencies remain in fact slash parks and public schools like this one in Washington DC have proved popular coping mechanism Laura Figaro has been trying to stay inside by the A. C. with her baby but they stepped out Sunday to run errands it's just been really unbearable it's been kind of like being in an oven no kind of relief no little breeze to help you out but the front is forecast to help out by Monday into mid week it will usher in unseasonably cool temperatures Amy held NPR news Washington this is NPR news this is W. M. I see in New York on Shawn Carlson city officials say there's been a big increase in emergency room visits over the weekend and a nine one one calls due to the heat the heat index reached nearly one hundred degrees today in New York City taught chan avoided the excessive temperatures at the wayside Tompkins park senior center in Brooklyn he says he doesn't have air conditioning in his apartment because I love retirement benefit is too low picking off on it he says he applied for free air conditioner through a city program last month but is still waiting to hear back he says he's relieved that there's a break in the heat over the next couple of days but he's he's temperatures are expected to go back up soon a woman child have been killed and two teens injured in a fire in a two story home the FDNY says the call about the place of the queen's home on one hundred and seventeen street came in at nine thirty eight this morning officials say fifty year old woman and a seven year old girl were killed a teenager was in critical condition and another team had non life threatening injuries their names have not been released the fire was declared under control shortly before eleven AM this morning for the rest of tonight we could see some showers and thunderstorms that they could be heavy at times to if we do see them with heavy rain gusty winds otherwise partly cloudy tonight we'll see lows this evening in the mid seventies and then yes some relief for tomorrow Monday showers thunderstorms are likely probably in the afternoon again it could be heavy at times to otherwise mostly cloudy tomorrow high near eighty three by tomorrow night showers and possibly some thunderstorms again could be heavy at times it'll be much cooler tomorrow night love about seventy and looking ahead to Tuesday showers in the morning again could be heavy at times cloudy again with a steady temperature of about seventy three degrees on Tuesday you're listening to WNIC it's six of six support for NPR comes from the Christy
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Is most accurate and dependable weather forecast hi muggy today headed towards a high of ninety was some scattered showers and thunderstorms the bulk of those developed in the afternoon rain chance today forty one spot at forty percent that rain chance comes at a thirty percent tomorrow for just some isolated afternoon storms Sundays low seventy three high ninety one and right now we're at seventy three degrees at seven oh six I'm Robert Wilensky on Atlanta's exclusive twenty four hour news weather and traffic station news ninety five five an A. M. seven fifty W. SP depend on it the lawn and garden show news ninety five five AM seven fifty W. S. be brought to you by their stories your neighborhood garden centers for more than fifty years call now with your lawn and garden questions at four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty or one eight hundred W. and now here's Walter seven of seven seventy three degrees outside this is a long garden Georgia gardener I'm here to help you be more successful I answer any question question crazy weird strange basic advance something you're wondering about if it has to do is gardening or outdoor trees plants shrubs flowers bugs critters all the above I am here at your service four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty four oh four zero four four eight seven two zero seven fifty Joseph it is in Houston Georgia and joins us Hey Joe is a good morning yes F. does does you.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is no delays between Marlboro in Milford route eighty four has no back up to the mass pike interchange the pike itself in good shape David Struff Felino WBZ traffic on the three is thank you David let's check that for day WBZ accu weather forecast now with Brian Thompson well today will be a much cooler day the humidity is going to come down over the course of the day as well a mix of clouds and sunshine I seventy six in Boston there AT and some western suburbs clear to partly cloudy for tonight fifty six about the suburbs to sixty four Boston so a lot more comfortable tonight and a beautiful day tomorrow sunshine a patchy clouds I eighty to eighty five mostly sunny a very warm day on Tuesday but not humid high eighty six close to the coast near ninety inland on Tuesday and still up near ninety as you get away from the coast on Wednesday with plenty of sunshine other we had just enough of a sea breeze to keep a coastal spots in the eighties I thank you with a meteorologist Brian tops the WBC Boston's newsradio sixty seven degrees this morning in Andover sixty nine in Sudbury in lake bill is seventy three degrees in right now clouds for the most part here in Boston and at seventy four degrees are you a contractor a business owner looking for professionals to pave a driveway repair a parking lot call excel paving for a free estimate today serving the greater Boston area excel paving or the professionals you can trust call nine seven eight seven six two eight nine eight three or online at excel paving co dot com good morning it is six twenty five let's take a look at your next job for anyone hoping that this will be the year you get the raise or promotion you really deserve there's something you can start doing now at the beginning of the year that could help start keeping a record a brag.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got seventy three degrees at three o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. One person reported injured after a home explosion today in Richfield, New Jersey. The explosion. Level. A house on Abbott avenue in Ridgefield the person injured reported to be in stable condition. That person was pulled from the rubble by off duty police officer lives nearby PSE and G officials are on the scene amid the escalating tension with the US Iran is days away from breaking the uranium stockpile. Limit ABC's. Martha Raddatz is in Washington. She has detail. Next ten days. Iran will break the uranium stockpile limit that was set by that twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers. This is a first that Trump administration already withdrawn from the deal. But Iran has stayed within the limits. And of course, President Trump has warned that the US will not allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon closing arguments underway in Brooklyn federal court today for the man accused of running upstate New York, sex, cold prosecutors allege fifty eight year old Keith Rene coerced women into sexual relationships, often subjecting them to mental and physical pain after marketing his organization called Nexium as a self help group for women trial begins tomorrow for the Bronx teenager, accused of killing his classmate with a knife fight at the urban assembly school for wildlife conservation in September of two thousand seventeen ended with fifteen year old Matthew Macree dead from knife, wounds and manslaughter charges filed against eighteen year old able Sodano video of the incident. Here's to show Macree and another student attacking sedan Sodano, which is when he lashed out with a knife sedan, yo, however claims self defense and says that ever since sixth grade he'd been bullied for being gay. I'm James flippin. W O, R news. Supreme court weighing in on some big cases today. First the high court delta, partial victory to the owners of an Oregon Baker who were fine for refusing to make a same sex wedding cake, the justices throughout the lower court ruling sent the case back for more hearings. And then Democrats Virginia scored a win when the court struck down on appeal by Republicans in a racial gerrymandering case, New Jersey transit, commuters adjusting to a new schedule, and dealing with path delays.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy three degrees in Boston. Strong winds out there four o'clock could afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening at four Kevin Spacey's defense goes on the offense at Ananta courtroom, claiming he has proof that text message evidence that clearest client with Glenn. There's clear evidence that there were deletions from the time he gave the screen shots over until the time Heather Unruh handed the phone of something was manipulated. The former Boston TV anchor is the mother of the man who says he was groped by Spacey at an island restaurant, the prosecution is disputing the claim that messages were raised. We get more from WBZ TV's Christina Hager. It was a surprise because this was not a hearing Spacey was required to attend. But he and his defense team are going after Spacey's accuser paying new evidence shows the alleged victim or his mother. Deleted text messages from his phone. The case I came to light back in two thousand seventeen. When former Boston television acre, Heather Unruh, said Spacey sexually assaulted, or then teenage such accused the Oscar Witter of getting her starstruck on drunk at the club, car restaurant in an tuck it where he worked as a busboy Spacey has pleaded not guilty to indecent assault and battery on Friday, his attorney filed a motion demanding an unaltered copy of the accusers. Cellphone today he says prosecutors gave him a DVD which says, probably does not have the information he's looking for. He says prosecutors new texts were deleted and hid that information. And this is going to go on keep it here on WBZ radio in the iheartradio app for our Kevin Spacey coverage. All right, on beacon hill debate underway on sex education in Massachusetts public schools among those pushing for change former social worker and west boylston St.. Rep Jim O'day days his in his practice. He used to have thirteen year old girls come to him pregnant, and not be able to explain how it happened to bills are up for debate, one of the house and one in the Senate. Another Bill says, where you go to school should not dictate. What you learn about how your body works a thirteen year old testifies on beacon hill. He wants all public schools to change the way, they deal with severe allergy worried about allergies a lot. Yeah. I'm very Alexander Hilly's, allergic to tree nuts in handful of other things. He's thirteen he carries an epi pen, his school in Burlington has won his activities have to have another y says dad, Jimmy, the pushback veer is why we made it to the school system, this, when it's the same medicine across the board. It's not like they have athletic. We filed Jimmy hill. He says it would save time when seconds matter and save.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're gonna be wrong, or Tony want to be wrong that way you hate to say. Oh, yeah. Guarantee the race in heaven porn, rain it out. So, yeah, the storms kind of split us. They went north. We have some down or south and it really turned out to be a great week. And carb day was okay. The shower Des Moines to prayed. We got it in. Okay. And the race turns out fantastic, we were blessed or in this past weekend. Undoubtedly that's fabulous where we're blessed by you. That's, that's what I say. I feel good about that. Almost got seventy three degrees in the American standard. Cooling weather center. The time is eight. God villa at the I max. The city so freaking much. The state museum, the IMAX theater the original Godzilla is by. Wednesday may twenty nine. The original nineteen fifty four black and white on the I max. It's come on. You're not gonna take your kids to that. Oh, are they still in school school? Ten dollars. That's it. That is if by the I max is pretty great. It's not usually the way I see a movie doesn't mean very into it, but it is pretty great. If you've never been to the to the museum, it's beautiful. Great building. Great spot. Great thing to do. Take the family make a night of it. Grab a meal head.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Seventy three degrees at five o'clock at after noon, I'm Jeff McKinney New Jersey man who allegedly wanted to bomb Trump Tower and killed Jews is now under arrest. Jonathan z of basking ridge New Jersey thought about joining the army the FBI said, but with no altruistic motive court records quoted the twenty year old saying he wanted to learn how to kill so he could put that knowledge to use federal prosecutors in newer charged with trying to support HAMAs in video posted a social media, Z allegedly threatened to go to a pro Israel March and shoot everybody late last month. The FBI I Z was outside Trump Tower before he posted photos of the building. And the words I want to bomb Trump Tower Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. President Trump says the phony investigations into his campaign must end. Before he'll take part in any infrastructure deal. Trump set to meet with congressional democratic leaders for a follow up meeting on infrastructure. But then he says here that house speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of a cover up that Nancy Pelosi just before a meeting made a statement that we believe that the president of the United States is engaged in a cover-up. Well, it turns out on the most, I think most of you would agree to this. I'm the most transparent president probably in the history of this country. Governor Cuomo is expected to sign a Bill that would give congress accessed President Trump state tax return Democrats in the New York state assembly approved the measure, Manhattan prosecutors, bringing new charges against attorney Michael, Johnny is accused of stealing money tied to a book advanced from his former client and adult film star stormy Daniels. The indictment says of Noni, blatantly lied, and stole from his client to maintain his extravagant lifestyle, Manhattan, US attorney, Jeffrey Berman says he engaged in outright. Exception and theft victimizing rather than advocating for his client avenue was separately. Indicted on extortion charges for his alleged attempt to extract more than twenty million dollars from Nike. I'm Lisa G, W, O, R news. The NYPD says they've now tentatively identified the victim in a subway beating that was caught on cell phone video. Investigators say the incident appears to have happened in November of last year somewhere in the city in a subway car crime stoppers received the video as tip chief of detectives Dermott Shay says cops knocked on doors in the Bronx and got some leads. We've met family members that did identify that individual why he chose not to report it to the police that also as part of the investigation. The twenty two year old victim, kicked and punched suffering broken teeth deep bruising and a possible concussion. Chief Shay was asked if it's gang related violence. I think it's a little early to speculate on that. I'm James flippin. W O, R news. And the news brought to you by Zelzal is an easy way to send money to friends and family, right? From your banking app. Not sure what to get someone..
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Seventy three degrees right now at NewsRadio. WFL a the trial of the man facing a murder charge for dropping his daughter of a bay bridge hits a snag John. John Chuck's defense team said it had only three of its possible. Seventeen witnesses available today and judge Chris hellinger had a stern warning in reply the aspects fair trial, Jerry. Exasperated angry because they're getting ask the time. We quit. Herb. Nerve side. John Chuck's lawyers. Did not dispute the John Chuck dropped his five year old daughter to her death for years ago. But we'll try to prove that he was insane. At the time. The remaining witnesses are expected to testify about his mental illness Florida moved a step closer to letting teachers carry guns in classrooms Nineteen-year-old, Alison, she was in tears as she testified against the Bill allowing teachers to have concealed weapons at school. She's a graduate of Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and survivor of the parkland massacre. Now, we're here over a year since the worst day of my life tumor students, friends, right? Arming? Teachers does not prevent the danger in schools teachers and students testified against the Bill in a two hour hearing. But in the end it made no difference the pistol-packing teacher Bill passed five to three along party lines. It's one step closer to becoming law. Rick leg, Tallahassee. The owner of the New England Patriots Robert Kraft wants a jury to decide his fate on charges that he paid for sex acts at a day spa in Jupiter in the aftermath of the Asian spa, sexting that caught craft and more than a dozen others. Florida lawmakers plan to attack human trafficking by targeting the John's Republican Representative Toby over door for palm city sponsors, a Bill that imposes minimum mandatory sentences for anyone convicted soliciting sex it provides for a ten day sentence and also provides for a thirty day consecutive.
"seventy three degrees" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"If I will take the over. If if the temperature is over seventy three degrees. Whether that's fair weather debts, whether dependent so it has to be over seventy three degrees and sunny outside. And so if that's the case then there will be more than sixty two players between Tuesday and Wednesday that are wearing shorts during the practice round. And the pro-am, okay will tell you. Why is because if you're a sponsor like if you're wearing Nike on the golf course, guess what Nike is going to be thinking, we sell them more shorts. Now most golfers when they play in the spring and summer, not wearing pants. That's right. They did there were wearing shorts club all the time. Yes. Now, do you think here's another one? I think that there's gonna be a short bullying committee. Eighty where there's gonna be a couple of places. Like, dude come on. I'm wearing George get out there. Get over yourself where? No. Oh, no, no. No. No, no. You don't want that why I want if I'm wearing shorts. I want the guy who I'm playing within a group to have paints. Because now during the Tuesday games, if your pants, and I got you down be like man, he's kind of getting turned up. But you wish oh, you know, what can fans? That's the kind of fun stuff. That's going to be happening, which makes it awesome. I have the mother of all questions regarding short short policy. And it and I'll I'll apologize. It could have been in the release, and I just didn't see it or no it. But will they be allowed to do this at the motherland of all? No, no, no, no, no. If you're thinking, you're going to sway white magnolia lane a golfer if you're thinking just even a little bit that there's a golfer that's gonna walk out of that clubhouse gust the next where pairs shorts brother. That's just is that the first place my mind went when I heard this out, so Mike I dare someone to now. Here's here's some irony though. Like, Augusta National not the home of golf. So when the when the open championship goes to Saint Andrews, they're gonna be dude wearing shorts there any member the US open, which is not a PGA tour run event. There were guys wearing shorts at the US open. They were during practice. Yeah. I don't remember that. And I don't think it was warm enough wasn't warm enough at Sinica. It was Aaron hills. Where because we were also remember we got to we got to banned it or not banded played the horrific place that year before. Not Aaron Hill's the the one in Oregon screaming at their pod. Yeah. The one who's grease look like cauliflower. I can't believe I'm brain farting on this right now. But anyway, chambers bay chambers bay we've got the chambers bay on Saturday. And I remember on Sunday being out there going oh technologies. Dudes out there all wear shortest of. Oh, yes. Cool. All right. I don't know if they did on Monday or not. But I remember on Sunday they were all out their practice in short. So are you saying are you saying that Augusta National isn't gonna Lau this or you're saying players not gonna have a set of titlis to walk out of the clubhouse and a pair of shorts even though they should be allowed. Yes. That. And you know, what does not gonna put anything out? It will just be like a, hey. Wear shorts. Practicing at Augusta would be like a Gusta allowing caddies to on practice rounds. Not where to jump suit. I wanna see it. I see one. I know that's the one place. No, no. No. No. No. And you know, I am not a traditionalist in any sense of the word when it comes to like moving the game forward and growing the game. But they're at Augusta National knob raw that you pay..
Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out
Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites
"W the radar shows clear skies in the tri-state, seventy three degrees. Right now news is a service of progressive insurance. A bunch of new jobs are coming to the Queen city health partners coming to blue ash. The company will take over part of the old Procter and gamble campus. In the city economic director, Neil Hemsley says blue ashes at attractive place, employees because of its central location. I think the access for their employees. It's a good central location for them to attract their workforce, the site itself has great access to i-275. Five, and they also mentioned that the number of
Cincinnati, American Academy Of Family and Great Lakes discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"At least four people dead including the gunman after an active shooter situation at the fifth third Bank headquarters downtown in Cincinnati. According to a thorn is the alcohol, tobacco and firearms officials. They are on the steam, and they work to sweep the building today. Here's the Cincinnati police chief talking to reporters this point
Boston, West Nile and London discussed on WBZ Midday News
"The threes WBZ news time to twenty four, now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast we have outdoor plans on this Labor Day weekend overall weather looks like. It's going to cooperate pretty nicely and it looks like the rain is gonna stay away And at least for a good chunk of the weekend is going to be fairly comfortable we'll start to warm up in term more humid as get toward Labor Day so certainly some pool weather back in the forecast by Monday but this. After noon sunshine and a high of. Seventy five partly cloudy skies tonight lows ranging for fifty eight and some suburbs to sixty four in Boston patchy fog start tomorrow otherwise warmer with a mixture of clouds and sun high. Eighty to Labor Day looks warm and humid with a partly sunny sky and a high of eighty eight and then hot and humid sues day with intervals of clouds and sun there could be a late day thunderstorm with a high of ninety one I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ NewsRadio sent thirty right now we're at seventy three degrees mostly sunny skies in Boston WBZ news time to twenty-five to Americans are recovering after they were stabbed at a railway station in the Netherlands this happened on Friday police are studying whether terrorism may. Have played a role in the stabbing. In the Netherlands that left to American tourists were. Serious injuries at the Amsterdam train station on Friday a, man identified as a nineteen year old Afghan citizen stopped Two people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German authorities to try to find out more about his background Jillian. McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London a Boston resident. Is. The fifth confirmed West Nile case in the state this year. The Boston public health commission, says the new diagnosis involves. A man in his fifties the total number of mosquito pools testing positive for West Nile in. Suffolk County has. Nearly doubled to fifteen. Within the past week the commission is urging residents to use and reapply insect repellent wear clothing that produces skin exposure and install or repair screens on windows and doors West. Nile cases have been reported in Suffolk Middlesex and Worcester county's Britain is taking no chances when it comes to a deadly nerve agent Larry Miller in London. A number of police cars and ambulances and sales bury. England were buried in a hazardous waste landfill covered with seven feet of clay it, was feared they may be contaminated with the Soviet era nerve agent Novacek the poison. Was used in March to attack a, former Russian spy in his daughter they survive but weeks later a. Woman died after she. Founded escorted bottle containing Chuck and thinking it was, perfume spread it on her body London is blaming Russia for the nerve agents attack well twenty. Years ago Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, made its US debut.
Goats on the track: New York City subway encounters new obstacles
"And from. Bikes to goats. Those two goats. That were found. Roaming along the subway tracks in Brooklyn yesterday, new home comedian Jon Stewart came to. Their rescue transporting them to a sanctuary in upstate New York the goats were initially, discovered wandering on the end. Train subway tracks causing delays on the line before they were tranquilised. And captured. It is still. Unclear where the goats came from. But they, now have name James Billy and.
Protesters topple controversial Confederate statue at university
"Up after standing for more than one hundred years a controversial statue of a confederate soldier is no longer last. Night protesters at UNC Chapel, Hill cheered, as they, toppled silent Sam Students. Told ABC eleven after years of talking. About it they're glad something was, finally done. Well it's about, time we've had other, glazes and endure on and in other places in North Carolina and and this is just. Time for you to do the versity called the protesters actions dangerous and said they are
U.S. judge calls recess in Manafort trial
"Prosecutors in. Paul manafort's criminal trial or expecting to rest. Their case today this comes after eight days of witness testimony outlining how the former Trump campaign. Chairman allegedly lied to the IRS. And committed Bank fraud attorneys for special counsel Robert Muller got, a rare acknowledgement from district judge t s Ellison Virginia yesterday the judge said he was wrong when he angrily. Confronted the prosecutors over whether he had a lot of witness to
Boston, Iowa and Trump discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Time seven seventeen seventy three, degrees it's mostly cloudy a Boston. There some fog out there as well we are, looking for warm, humid day some sunshine. Patchy clouds, eighty-seven the high temp today good morning I'm. Deb Lawler and our top stories attorney Michael Cohen claims President Trump knew in advance about a twenty sixteen meeting between his aides and a Russian delegation offering to help Trump's election campaign fifty-five flag-draped cases holding the remains of US servicemen killed in the Korean war are coming home after being. Received at an airbase in South Korea. Today they handover comes on the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice agreement. And investigators searching for a missing Iowa students says a search of a local hard farm. Has come up empty twenty year old Molly Tibet's was last, seen jogging nine days. Ago, in Brooklyn Iowa in other news now Boston police investigating a stabbing near Copley square last night. Ever reportedly started, with a fight between two men outside, a convenience store with, one stabbing the other the. Victim ran across boylston street and, collapsed on a park bench superintendent. And chief William cross tells WBZ TV we know, it.
Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park
"NewsRadio, nine twenty four seven FM good morning Monday July twenty third the start of a stretch of real. Muggy stuff unfortunately well some. People love this stuff but it's going to be oppressive until. Maybe first, day Friday at the latest before it breaks some morning showers. Today he's he's sunshine to follow, in sticky conditions high eighty to seventy three degrees right now. Fire crews and California's struggling to get hold of that wildfire that's threatening us seventy national. Park the Ferguson fire grew to over twenty thirty. Two thousand acres thirty two thousand acres this weekend and there's only six percent contained believe, it or not and it's burning just west of that park. Yosemite but it's, shut down a main road into the. Park as well as a, campground in the park, and that happened last week midweek park officials also warning visitors about the, air quality there, they say visited should expect limited visibility and should limit their outdoor activities this, fire jumped River. Burning in the national forest were massive wildfire burned. Back in two thousand thirteen the number of firefighters battling that inferno is now, past three thousand and they, just can't. Get, control of that fire that's threatening us seventy what. Only. Six, percent controlled three people drowned, at beaches in North Carolina due to dangerous rip currents so if you're going to the beach you know you better. Listen to the lifeguards to and listened carefully, here in the ocean state because we have, some serious, rip currents happening now to now North Carolina two of the deaths happened at separate. Beaches in Brunswick county and a third just miles north of New, Hanover county there was a, moderate rip current warning in place, for most of the. Coast of North Carolina over the weekend twenty, year, old man died after being swept away by a rip current off sunset beach at about two in. The afternoon on Saturday beachgoers. Did try to save him by performing CPR but unfortunately he. Was pronounced, dead at the hospital another man drowned at Holden beach in. North Carolina while Trying to help somebody get. Free from a rip current officials said there the other person was safely brought to shore third swimmer died at rights Phil beach around eleven. In the morning on Saturday lifeguards pulled the man out of the ocean, but he had already stopped. Breathing so fatal incidents happening at three, separate beaches, in North Carolina today US defense officials meet with defense officials from Australia in Palo Alto California here's FOX's Jessica Rosenthal Defense Secretary James Mattis and secretary of. State Mike Pompeo will host their Australian counterparts at Stanford University, doesn't look like they're any planned public events but the. State Department says the two countries have a lot to talk about governance encouraging private sector growth and trade especially now that the president has pulled us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Australia considered a key ally is exempt from the steel and aluminum. Tariffs imposed on others including China but this discussion. Is also, largely focused on the military so discussion. Topics include security in the Indo Pacific region North Korea And the work both countries are. Doing in Iraq and Syria especially in combating. ISIS Jessica Rosenthal Fox News..
Cardi B., Carters and Jay Z. discussed on Donna and Steve
"As we discussed before I asked Cardi b. and the Carters so Jay z. and beyond say they are leading the way here, and it, looks like, it's going to take. Place next month but Taylor swift fans they're a little upset there's. Been some. Big backlash because look what you made me do got snubbed so fans took to the internet after that failed through Stephen nomination. For video of the year from the MTV video music awards so we'll have to see if she makes appearance what it is on. TV next month and other. Things that are trending right now Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott they'd had a first photo shoot together was for g. q. magazine they appeared on the. Cover, and, their photo is God certainly making the rounds here Mark Anthony green interviewed the couple for. G. q.? Magazine off Just cover story and the Rugrats they haven't been trading for a while but they are today because they are coming. Back and longtime fans are having mixed reactions some positive negative. Positive from this guy over here Nickelodeon. Ounce that the beloved nineties cartoon is getting a television relaunch. With a twenty six episode order and there's also a live action movie with CGI characters on the way so we'll have to, just stay, tuned to, that we'll keep you. Updated here at mytalk of course but that's what's trending here so. That we're. Going to take a look at your channel five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day Ken Barlow says this is the kind. Of summertime monotony we can't get used to here in Minnesota because it's going to be beautiful abundant sunshine is an order of a. High of eighty low of. Sixty two as well as very low humidity and then tomorrow times of sun and clouds high of eighty to blow of sixty six go out there. And. Enjoy, it because currently it's sunny and seventy three degrees At mytalk Now you know what we know see more at mytalk.
National Enquirer publisher reportedly subpoenaed as part of Michael Cohen probe
"From the wbz newsroom this is wbz news seventy three degrees under partly cloudy skies i'm tim weisburg wb sm news president trump is putting a stop to the family separation practice at the us mexican border trump signed an executive order today temporarily ending the policy of separating migrant children from their parents that directive allows children to remain with their parents and illegal immigration detention centres federal investigators are demanding information from the publisher of the national enquirer as part of their investigation into president trump's lawyer michael cohen the wall street journal reports thirties issued a subpoena to american media inc asking for details about its payment to former playboy model who claims she had an affair with trump the enquirer reportedly paid cowan mcdougal one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for her story but never published it they probe is looking to determine whether there was an effort to suppress negative stories about trump ahead of the two thousand sixteen election the attorney for new bedford city councillor brian gome says a bombshell complaint detailed by a boston publication has nothing to do with his client the article published yesterday provided details of a complaint filed with a mass commission on against discrimination that alleged numerous employees at saint luke's hospital were guilty of inappropriately touching sedated patients as they waited surgery attorney george leeann tire says the complaint is separate from one made specifically against gomez in two thousand seventeen that ultimately resulted in his termination after twenty nine years with saint luke's leeann tires suggests south coast health fired gomes's they sort of sacrificial lamb deter from the new allegations by firing brian peddling e complaint that this activity would never see the light of day what they didn't count on was bryant wasn't gonna take this lying down has filed a one point five million dollar wrongful termination suit against south coast health saying they only fired him to appease disgruntled worker after an internal investigation cleared him of any wrongdoing and dartmouth police are investigating an incident and the dartmouth mall parking lot last night in which a motor vehicle struck a woman and her young son at seven nineteen pm last night police responded to the mall parking lot to investigate a motor vehicle versus pedestrian crash upon arrival it was determined eight twenty seven year old female pedestrian from providence rhode island and her eight year old son had been struck by twenty eleven mitsubishi outlander operated by fiftythreeyearold lakeville woman as a result of the crash both the woman and her son were transported to rhode island hospital to be treated for nonlife threatening injuries no charges have yet been filed in the crash remains under investigation news time now six thirty two and w cbs sports the red sox take on the twins again tonight in minnesota first pitch at eight ten with pre game on wbz.
Uber driver fatally shoots passenger on Denver interstate
"To get down to around fifty seven degrees or so and we're looking at a high tomorrow in the low seventies yeah it's not bad at all now there are some showers out there this evening most of it to the north and to the west so that's just one caveat but other than that it doesn't look too bad and your saturday looks great we're going to get you to around seventy three degrees take advantage because of rain will be back on sunday in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now in downtown seattle decent early evening we have sixty seven degrees komo news time six thirty five police and colorado state it's still unclear what led to a deadly shooting inside an uber car early this morning driver stating he just shot a passenger passenger fortyfiveyearold young kim shot multiple times denver police trying cpr but he did not survive the interstate where it happened shut down for hours the driver twenty nine year old michael hancock is now facing a first degree murder charge hancock allegedly told a witness he opened fire because his passenger attacked him clinton said doll reporting komo news time is six thirty six you're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico of similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will too with that in mind we need to make sure that we have the protocols for mutual aid assistance in place to execute immediately that is governor ricardo rosello of puerto rico on this first day of hurricane season the southeast has already experienced a higher than normal amount of rainfall and subsequent flooding and it doesn't show any signs of letting up for more will could be a very rough hurricane season we say hello to abc's pete combs he joins us from atlanta be what are the forecasters saying about per cain season two thousand eighteen well it's going to be another active season just the kind of activity we've seen over the past couple of years and one of the things that i think everyone is very concerned about here in the.
Trump, Sarah Sanders and Advisor discussed on Howie Carr
"Controversy i'm tim weisburg wb sm new seventy three degrees under sunny skies your abc six forecast coming up the white house is clarifying president trump's comment about the roseanne barr controversy and a briefing today press secretary sarah sanders said no one is defending what bar said about a former advisor to president obama but sanders insists that trump's tweet seeing abc owes him and apology for making horrible statements about him is completely justified it's not often that white house press secretary show their emotions however it happened today when a young student told sanders the many children don't feel safe because of school shootings sanders voice broke as she acknowledged at school shootings are terrifying but she told the young boy the trump administration is doing everything in its power to make school safer and president trump is hinting at major news about drug prices speaking at the white house today trump said there will be an announcement about some voluntary massive drops and prescription drug prices and a couple of weeks he made.
In Peru, Pence defends Syrian strike to Latin America allies
"And i heart radio station it's seventy three degrees at four o'clock good afternoon i'm rob dawson vice president mike pence says the us led airstrikes in syria overnight were morally right he says the operation differed from last year's airstrikes on a syrian air base the overnight operation followed last week's alleged syrian chemical attack which killed at least forty people pen says the strikes were meant to put damascus russia and iran on notice the vice president's spoke at the summit of the americas in lima peru an update to a car crash in brooklyn nypd says they've charged a man in connection with a crash that left eight people injured friday twentysevenyearold david olivier is charged with driving while intoxicated and refused to take a breathalyzer test witnesses say the curb and witnesses say the car jumped the curb and lead to a chain reaction crash with two other cars near the corner of farragut road and flatbush avenue bernie sanders former press secretary and current cnn political commentator simone sanders is accused of disorderly conduct in issued a criminal summons i xe eleven news that sanders was detained by police at laguardia airport on thursday according to a police report sanders was asked by tsa agents to step out of line for a more detailed security check but allegedly began cursing.