35 Burst results for "Sixty Eight Degrees"

Montana fly-fishing lodge copes with warming rivers

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Montana fly-fishing lodge copes with warming rivers

"One thousand nine hundred. Eighty four wade felons. Dad's started a fly fishing lodge in montana back then. Visitors to big hole lodge with spend august afternoons fishing for trout in the big hole river. But today it's five thirty up. Grab a to go breakfast. Hit the water by shortly after first light and then get off the water. Just after two o'clock fella now runs the business. He says their policy is to stop fishing. When the water reaches sixty eight degrees warmer water hold less oxygen. So it stresses the fish if trotter caught and released in those conditions. they do not always recover. When you release the fish it may swim away but not healthy and oftentimes it will die. As the climate warms montana rivers are reaching that sixty eight degree threshold more often than they used to felon says. Prime fishing season in his area has also shifted from summer to late spring so we encourage visitors to plan trips earlier in the year. He says changing his clients. Fishing habits can be hard. But it's business depends upon the health of the big hole river and the trout population that supports and if we exploited that an unhealthy and unsafe conditions than. We won't have a business to run.

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Are There Months When You Shouldn't Eat Raw Oysters?

BrainStuff

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Are There Months When You Shouldn't Eat Raw Oysters?

"You know that every month sands? May June July and August? Has the letter are in its name? Don't look it up. Take my word for it. Did you also know there's an old wives tale that you shouldn't eat raw oysters in months without the letter are in it once again. You don't need to look it up. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie To you the logic behind this is that if you eat oysters during these months? Months you could get sick. Sounds like crazy talk right, and perhaps so perhaps not, but if you think about it, the months without an our fall during the summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the truth is that if you eat raw oysters in the summer, you do run the risk of getting violently sick. That's because and let me tell you. This does not come from an old wife. When the weather is warm, bacteria known as Vibrio, vulnificus and Vibrio Para hemolytic. Thrive and these pathogens multiply like nobody's business in warm water, especially in the Gulf of Mexico where there are a lot of voice, tres harvested so eating raw oysters during the summer theoretically could increase your chances of becoming sick, unlike chicken, pork or hamburger, all of which stink to high heaven when they go bad oysters do not so you can't tell when an oyster has turned the corner. They're also usually not rancid to the taste. However, you'll feel the effects about twenty four to forty eight hours after eating and. That's gone bad with Vibrio, chills fever, vomiting diarrhea. You know the drill in some people, high doses of Vibrio can actually be life threatening, especially, the elderly those with compromised immune systems and people who drink too much alcohol, but let's be clear. Infections caused by all Vibrio. Species are rare. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates. There are about eighty thousand vibrio illnesses of all types. Each year in the United States more than half are related to eating contaminated food, the most common strain. Vibrio Para Hema. lickochops is responsible for forty five thousand illnesses annually. Those numbers are a drop in the bucket, compared to sow Manila which the CDC says is responsible for more than one million illnesses each year. Those eating oysters harvested from the Gulf coast where the water typically is warmer than along the east and west coasts should be on guard. That's because Vibrio thrives on the water temperature near sixty eight degrees, Fahrenheit, or twenty degrees Celsius, so if you're going to saddle up to an oyster bar during the summer months, and our concern, whether these slimy suckers are contaminated well, ask the chef. Could from most chefs are reliable and only buy from reputable fisheries and purveyors they trust, or you can just stick to the cold water, east or west coast oysters until the chillier months return in the Gulf.

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Chicago Weather: Sunny, Less Humid Weekend

The Beat

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Weather: Sunny, Less Humid Weekend

"Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center here is meteorologist Mike Cameron and realized a coming up in fact the real nice weekend weather wise here in Chicago just a few scattered clouds this morning otherwise mostly sunny skies cooler and less humid especially along the lake front where the high today is only gonna be sixty eight degrees eighty one of the southwest suburbs and seventy six for the high the airports tonight clear to partly cloudy cool low fifty five for tomorrow early clouds give way to sunshine pleasant high seventy seven eighty two of the southwest suburbs to sixty nine at the lakeshore that'll be the temperature spread a Monday mostly sunny warm high of ninety Tuesday warm and humid with increasing cloudiness showers likely in the afternoon into Tuesday night as the remnants of crystal ball the tropical storm of the Gulf coast will roll into Chicago Tuesday's high eighty seven on Wednesday partly to mostly cloudy high seventy nine from the WGN weather center on my

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Clear skies in Seattle this evening

Tom and Curley

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Clear skies in Seattle this evening

"Your cover video forecast calls for clear skies this evening lows around fifty tomorrow dry in the morning but showers developing in the afternoon and highs in the upper sixties it's sixty eight degrees in downtown Seattle I'm the

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Washington - March-like week: Cool showers Tuesday and Wednesday

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Washington - March-like week: Cool showers Tuesday and Wednesday

"Traffic storm team four four day forecast and map reader into the tree the mainly clear skies we had this evening will give way to more more clouds as we head into the overnight hours and it's going to be a cold one with lows in the mid to upper forties but then with cloudy skies easterly winds and showers arriving tomorrow afternoon it's going to be unseasonably cool fact that's going to be the trend for the rest of the week highs tomorrow only to be in the upper fifties to low sixties and the showers will become a steady light rain and drizzle Tuesday night and into Wednesday and Wednesday will be cloudy damp and unseasonably chilly when it's not raining and highs get this are only gonna be the upper forties to the mid fifties with highs on Wednesday and Thursday will sort of try out just a little bit but we're not going to warm up it'll be breezy still cool highs to be in the upper fifties to mid sixties and Friday will be mostly cloudy breezy and cool with a chance of more showers arriving late and highs be only near sixty sixty eight degrees right now in that **** sixty six in College Park and it's sixty seven at Washington

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lowest sixty eight degrees tomorrow the rain chance lingers into Sunday but will be areas south of the Ohio River in Cincinnati that could see a stronger south high temperature sixty eight degrees from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. right now we have pretty clear skies nothing on radar and seventy six degrees in Cincinnati a brazen holed up at a drug store in Middletown but police say that they have caught the suspects CVS employees in Middletown tied up during a robbery it happened around three thirty Saturday morning at the eight twenty south reel Boulevard location the cops are called about someone with a gun they found the workers tied up in a large number of pills have been stolen by the suspects Middletown police found the suspect's vehicle and try to stop them but the driver took off crossing over the one twenty two bridge in the Madison township where they crashed two men from Indianapolis were arrested twenty three year old Patrick Johnson Tucker and a twenty three year old Nicholas Perez Johnson Tucker they're both facing kidnapping and aggravated robbery charges no word from police if they were injured hi sandy Collins news radio seven hundred WLW is messing around with the wrong home heard Dan mentioned this a couple of minutes ago the Boone County sheriff's office says an alleged burglar was chased by an armed homeowner in Hebron earlier today police say the twenty nine year old David Whitford of Hebron is under arrest tonight he allegedly tried to force his way into a home in the ninety two hundred block of river road this afternoon sheriff's office says the homeowner chase the suspect fired warning shots and they got into a fight and before the homeowner was able to hold down the suspect for.

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Severe storms blowing through Houston area

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Severe storms blowing through Houston area

"Severe weather threat continues all night tonight for the area stay weather aware of the storm prediction center's flag much of the east and southeastern Texas under the gun for severe storms for front is through Houston and now a cold front comes in overnight early Wednesday with a squall line our temperatures down to sixty eight degrees more storms first part of Wednesday and then turning cooler Wednesday night the upper

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Ben Sherrill - Benediction Works

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

09:07 min | 2 years ago

Ben Sherrill - Benediction Works

"Let's go ahead as I often start out. Let's talk about some of your first experiences in. How'd you get into that? Well you know since I was born. I've been in a world where woodworking and carpentry and anything involving lumber tree products. I'm sure the hospital but I was born into because I was born in a hospital. I remember correctly had wood somewhere. Structurally was something. There's a history of materials and material science throughout human civilization pottery to the Bronze Age and so on but I didn't really start woodworking until after I started making bicycle frames. I have had a friend who names him. He worked similar to bicycle shop. So Tim is working with. The bicycle. Shop is very enthusiastic about bicycles. Learning about bicycles and bicycles are sort of like a system needs wheels and tires and brakes. There's all sorts of different ones. And then which one you might. Select of any component depends on all the other components. So it's sort of like a Rube Goldberg Machine. All these shirts cascading parts so the way that things put together and work and the function that they finally serve and then how someone experiences that function you know. The goal of a bicycle and fixing bicycles for someone to be on the bicycle be riding the bicycle and a continuous usage. Which is similar to like my spoons. You Know I. I have a few spoons that I didn't end up selling for one reason or another. And so they're sort of like decorative spoons wall art for the most part. I want someone to be able to take one of my spoons. Which I'm known for. We'll get to those reasons and have sustained the kitchen. It's available for them at any time. They can reach for it at any time. It's sort of an extension of themselves. That's an extreme exaggeration at the hopeful exaggeration. But it's something that's available for them continuously to use to accomplish whatever they want and a spoon is not nefarious. Like a weapon. It's in fact sort of neutering. Any potential has a weapon using sharp tools. That could be used as a weapon. You didn't know my mom. Did you know that woman could? We'll them week. I wouldn't have you know there's a good question is what you use it for is a is a certain thought so well. I could say that I have a spoon. But maybe it's ten feet long and has a really pointy end. It's like well. It's spoon like it has spoon traits. But it's also something that's being used to one exactly but the spoons that I make an especially. I mean if someone wants to try to hurt someone who's on my spoons. I can't stop them but I've always been interested in that sort of net result of how someone uses something in terms of case of bicycles. I started fixing them and that sort of was born of being a pin setter or bowling mechanic with those big tank like machines which were their own systems. That's where I sort of cut my teeth after being not handy at all my entire life. That was a student job when I was going to university and then went to bicycles and fixing bicycles then. I moved to Portland and I was like Oh. It'll be easy to get a job. I'll just be a bicycle mechanic able to survive. But then I wasn't able to survive in retail this expected treatment of people and there's these barriers of telling someone like you know flat tires are just how it is right of icicle. You've got to expect to deal with flat tires. Sorry that's harsh reality. It's like no you can't say stuff like that and then there's also like helping people out and there's barriers to even helping people out in the way that you want to help them out so I think I was destined to strike out on my own since I had all this bicycle. Enthusiasm and knowledge. The next step was to bill bicycle frames and that you might say devour of whatever knowledge is out there and they sort of anything you can do. I can do better in weirder or at least weird here. I can take everything that you've learned eventually. Gobble it up or ninety percent of it and then do whatever I want with it. Which is aggravating to some people who are teaching. You imagine you were talking about moving up here. You lived in the Central Valley California. Yeah I lived in Central Valley Central Valley. Which is like. Mercedes Modesto Fresno area. Some people might. I know those areas of just outside of Fresno just outside and we said only years. Yeah people argue about which places were all. Leave it at that Fresno's nine. I'm not going to get into that. 'cause ALL OFFEND SOMEBODY. I didn't I didn't enjoy it. It was a little too hot oregon sensibilities but I did like Christmas down there. Sixty eight degrees. You know. It was kind of Nice but so you got into all these processes and building things and the accuracy involved in that. How did that lead to woodworking so building bicycle frames or rather desperate to start building them and I bought some premade like heavy machinery. Heavy so to speak. I bought a mini lays for metalworking and a mini mill for metalworking. But I needed sort of benches and tool stands and all that sort of stuff so I was like. Oh how do I make those? I'll just you know I already have a band. Software cutting pieces of metal. I'll just loose freehand cut some using my crummy band saw some pieces of wood. That are lying around Oscar gloom together. But it would fit together so much better. If I had a hand plane then I go out and get some fifteen dollar hand. Plane from harbor freight get some anemic terrible shavings. And somehow that's and thanks to started to cascade from there to the point where I ended up getting a job somewhere in between my dedicating myself to building bicycle frames. I got another job at another bicycle shop. And it's like well. I'm working at a bicycle shop. Just make earning money so I can build more bicycle frames and it sort of felt reasonable to not work on bicycles all the time. So then I sort of got to woodworking more and more and more and more and more and then that sort of evolved into you might call it multi materials design and fabrication which is often. I'll make stuff just entirely out of wood or metal depends on what's appropriate but I do have plans for making A. Let's just say multi materials bicycle frame? That is sort of a redemption of the hardwood bicycles. That I was around and I worked at RENOVA bicycles. Which is anyone listening? Go look up multiple stories about that place including stories about what the players said. It was about and did and sort of the fallout after the company dissolved. You look up the reviews on glassdoor very interesting experience. I got out when I could. There are basically basic problems in terms of the marriage of wood to bicycles. And you know. I was very familiar with bicycles. And how they're supposed to work. I've always been sort of bicycle nerd and historian so I was around these hardwood bicycles and I was like well. I don't know much about would but I know this isn't coming together. The way that of icicle would especially a steel frame builder. Steel with the bicycle frame. You can cold set you can yank permanently bend any misalignment out a little bit just within reason tweak it but you can't really do that would especially with these complex. They were hollow would main triangles of the bicycle. The front end and there were various. If I were quality control checker at a regular bicycle factory frame building mass produced spate frame building factory. I would be like no. These aren't even within our mass production tolerances necessarily and other people who are working on a seven person operation. When I was there they were like. Oh it's would know it moves that's why things are misaligned whereas the there's a lot of narrative about what could be done or what couldn't be done and all that sort of thing so that's another place whereas around would before. I really got my first hand plane and then I was like This is really interesting. Maybe I'll figure out card scrapers

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New York City, NY Weather Forecast and Conditions

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

New York City, NY Weather Forecast and Conditions

"Center Sunday we set a new record temperature here in New York City sixty eight degrees cooler today the highest forty seven with mostly cloudy skies tonight partly cloudy the lows thirty eight are mostly cloudy semi a forty seven but a thirty percent chance of rain after three

What's The Best (Perfect) Temperature for Sleep?

The KFBK Morning News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

What's The Best (Perfect) Temperature for Sleep?

"So I did you get a good night's sleep last night okay if not check the temperature of your room so apparently people who sleep in cold environments that tend to fare better not only do they sleep better like a longer duration of sleep but the quality of sleep is actually much better as well you know we're told to keep our our our new no temperature at about sixty eight degrees but usually that's the power companies telling you to do that it has to do with money like now and energy usage not necessarily health so what's the perfect temperature sixty one degrees sixty one that's really cold right now sixty one degrees that is that is the best temperature for sleep this according to the Atlantic dot com they did they did a big study on on the the quote other studies that run on this but instead on the event by the way that study wasn't paid for a company that makes flannel PJ no no no it's not may I have even been linked to basic math functioning of your body's own heat regulation cycles you know you get kind of cold when you get tired that is that your natural that's what's supposed to happen I mean I like a cold but sixty one is down there and so I love it so call now yeah I do yeah nothing I mean it's great you get all those blankets piled up

Chicago could have its warmest Christmas Day in 25 years

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago could have its warmest Christmas Day in 25 years

"Chicago with its warmest Christmas and Christmas Eve and decades there've only been eight Christmas is in Chicago where temperatures have top fifty degrees since the records began in eighteen seventy one at Christmas twenty nineteen is expected to be number nine with highs forecast in the mid fifties several Midwest cities respecting unseasonably warm weather does have you dreaming of a White Christmas are gonna have to settle for a warm one that is going to be one of the warmest Christmas is we've had on record for shooting for sixty one degrees for Christmas Dave Louisville could it's sixty eight degrees breaking a record set in eighteen ninety

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Love because I grew up in the Pacific Northwest I love like the windows open but in Texas I don't sleep with the windows open because is too muggy it has to be the perfect temperature has to be like sixty nine degrees I have a hard time going to hotels because hotels it says sixty nine but that's not sixty nine and so you know I'm like sixty two degrees that's probably sixty nine and I love blankets if I'm hot can't stand them the sheets I like it when it's cold I'd have to have a ceiling fan or a fan and because I started don't ever do this I started sleeping with earplugs when our second child was born because they were crying in the middle of the night and I had to get I get like four I it was at the time getting three to four hours sleep I had to sleep and so I started wearing ear plugs and now I can't stop me you want to start that you don't stop it's like introducing a noise sound can't stop okay so fans here plug sixty nine it's got to be cool it's hard okay you got another joke you out on on on on on on the auto move on sixty eight degrees that help yeah okay sounds one are so I found the perfect mattress got it I then found the perfect hello I mean this is not a commercial my fellow love it then my wife said I found this thing called chili pad Chile path and I'm like I love that idea what it means and she said it will make one side hot if you want one side cool if you want I'm like I don't know when she collected blankets no it's Lee put it underneath the sheet and it's like tubes and it runs warm or hot water through it and I'm like that sounds like it that's going to be a nightmare to your sleeping on tubes yeah right right right and I'm like no way that's not going to where it's going to be awful and so we.

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty eight degrees partly cloudy skies in Boston at eleven o'clock morning on a call Davis and here's what's happening major moves overnight for the struggling red Sox let's start this hour with WBZ's Chris fama. comments were shocked to learn the president of baseball upstate Deborah's he was fired and why didn't they know everybody's watching the patriots game and we can't forget the red Sox are planned I said the team waited until a time when everybody's attention was elsewhere something we in the business and savvy consumers of news referred to as the classic Friday newsdumps savvy indeed John only this was just after midnight on Monday morning and why does John think the team employed such strategy was he did at a time when doing others would be you're strumming K. its timing inside the defending champs to just seventy six and sixty seven this season third place in the AL east with the priciest team in the majors in Kenmore square Chris Palmer WBZ Boston news radio and minutes ago we got a statement from the team who say Dombrowski will hold a special place in red Sox history the key architect of one of the greatest socks teams ever assembled team says right now they're starting to search right away actually to find the new leader of baseball operations but for now they say the department will be led by Zack Scott Brian o'halloran and Eddie Romero I love no one let's switch gears now head to head over to football what a night last night for the pats huh after the defending Superbowl champs unfurled their banner over Gillette stadium team went on to win their season opener against the Steelers are route really thirty three to three WBZ TV is on a mile or was that cat fans.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is sixty eight degrees democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden campaigning in New Hampshire he tells supporters in Laconia that four more years of Donald Trump as president would fundamentally alter the country I believe he's going to double down on his worst instincts. attack immigrants to inflame racial divisions to tear this nation apart as it if the economy continues to move toward recession the house judiciary subcommittee on border policies is holding a hearing today in el Paso Texas they're looking at the relationship between anti immigrant rhetoric and domestic terrorism committee member from Mila jam full of Washington state spend years working on a bigger rights before running for Congress she says she's very concerned about the trump administration's approach there are many other ways to deal with surges of migrants across the border we have done that in the past we will be able to do it again in the future but without the cruelty that these policies have also was the site of last month's rampage where a gunman killed twenty two people targeting Hispanics in that shooting at Arizona lawmaker is furious over the Pentagon planned to shift more than three and a half billion dollars toward building a border wall Republican senator Martha make Sally is frustrated that a project in southern Arizona has been deferred until next year due to unforeseen environmental issues at the construction site she says Congress has already approved money to get it built in there in order and bill that passed the Senate with a very strong bipartisan vote we actually back fill the entire three point five billion dollars of resources so they should be a seamless and smooth transition sure the house to get on board we look at the fort Huachuca installation in Sierra Vista Arizona will continue until next August meanwhile construction on a thirty foot still fits on a five mile stretch along the Colorado River near Yuba began earlier this week Jeremy foster ABC news Phoenix three thirty seven as WBZ first reported a Boston firefighters off the job after being charged with indecent assault on a teenager we get the story of WBC's Karen regal Kevin Harrison appeared in court earlier this week after being arrested by Randall believes he's charged with two counts of assault and battery on a child over age fourteen as well as open and gross lewdness the judge ordered Harrison to stay with the alleged victim and have no contact with children under the age of eighteen Harrison is free now on personal recognizance but all for the job fire commissioner Joe fan in a statement tells me. Harrison is on administrative leave Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio three thirty eight trying to get a check on wallstreet wrap it up a shortened trading week in about twenty two minutes Tracy junkies to Bloomberg looks like we're headed the fish for an up day day of week this is wall street's third straight winning day either because of or in spite of a slow down in August jobs growth the one hundred thirty thousand jobs might give the fed another reason cut interest rates this month wall street's interested map the Dow's up ninety two points nasdaq up aides are rather three points of the S. and P. up six don't buy Kellogg for the serial by it for the snacks the advice from Goldman Sachs refers not to the food but to the stock catalog now sells more snacks like cheese and crackers and Pringles chips and cereal and golden says Kellogg will see sales accelerate as a result I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio this month get zero percent financing for seventy two months plus a huge Framingham for discount on F. series trucks one fifties to fifties and even forty fifties over a hundred choose from get to Framingham Ford route nine Framingham think Ford thank Framingham Ford's strong I think you're in good will and just past that vintage denim jacket you spot miniature Jonah.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tuned there is more live from here just ahead here on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC at eight o'clock tonight is the Saturday show we're looking at partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies in our area tonight level of about sixty eight degrees this is W. in my city it's six thirty five you're listening to a loan for presentation of our show from wolf trap national park for the performing arts in Vienna Virginia.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's sixty eight degrees and partly cloudy in Boston at ten o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening in the shower in the Merrimack valley man well known for its charitable work in the area is due in court today accused of assault Tim Grover founded Megan's house here in Lowell an addiction services nonprofit named in honor of his late daughter he's accused of following a person is a local high school and assaulting that person and at least two others including a teacher he speaks often of Megan's house he spoke to our don't cope in August of twenty seventeen recovery is a is a lifetime process in Lowell Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio and Karen is in the courtroom of course will get updates from her all morning right here on WBZ radio so be sure to stay tuned to NO one and now to the fight against Tripoli officials say the virus has not been found confirmed in a horse in Methuen nuts bumping up the city's risk to critical as we hear from WBZ TV is Michael promised to win is joining a long list of communities canceling outdoor activities at night this includes all sports practices in games which must end at seven PM you don't know where these mosquitoes can travel spring will start on the west end of the city on Wednesday night being extremely cautious with this we don't want anybody to get sick with the win is now the twenty fourth community at a critical risk level twenty four other communities already high risk level so far there are four human cases of Tripoli in the state one of them deadly the virus does not have a cure and on the south coast in fair haven town officials there warning anyone who sees dead birds or sea gulls not to touch them south coast today reporting officials warning residents not to come in contact with any of these birds don't pick them up bring them to the health officer the police department health officials in fair haven say they've received several reports of these dead birds and sea gulls and then other people are concerned but they don't know if the birds have Tripoli and right now they don't have the equipment to test for this Laurie Sylvia of fair haven passed away over the week and after contracting Tripoli ten oh two in South America thick black smoke continues to pour out of the Amazon rainforest is devastating wildfires there turn through at a record rate tens of thousands of trooper truck trips are trying to put these fires out ABC's Matt Gutman says it's really not making much of a dent he's reporting now from the border of Brazil and Bolivia this rancher name Geronimo he had seen a couple of tankers drop water near the fire it had no effect and he has seen fires come and go in this area never anything on this scale but he said nobody's going to be able to fight this fire and he's right the only thing he said and and the expert here agree they can actually stop this is mother nature but it actually rained last night and that probably provided some respite and the rainy season though is months away there's just too much too many fires spread out over such an enormous geographical expanse in time the president of Brazil gyre Belson RO says his country will only accept an offer of international aid if the French president retract comments that both in funds to be offensive earlier today both tomorrow said Emmanuel macron called him a liar using him of questioning his country's sovereignty says is willing to sit down and talk about things but only if my crown retract some of those comments over the past few days micron is questionable scenarios commitment to the environment and its trustworthiness at the D. seven summit the panel pledge twenty million dollars to help the fight to fight the fires in the Amazon on a separate twelve million from the UK and eleven million from Canada it is a three time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and let's check the roads now with.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty eight degrees in Boston at four o'clock good afternoon I'm Doug coping here's what's happening a fourth you in case of Tripoli eastern equine encephalitis is reported in Massachusetts this time a woman from fair haven has been stricken with the virus the social media pose from the teamsters local fifty nine union identifies her as Laurie Sylvia the wife of local fifty nine president Robert Sylvia she's being treated at tufts Medical Center M. L. Barron is a friend of the victim we're planning an event she was out celebrating our fortieth wedding anniversary along the beach with a bunch of friends of the men women and children everybody enjoying the shore on August fourth and of all people this person got bit then they could have been anybody her social media page says Laurie Sylvia is a realtor and in nineteen seventy seven graduate of Dartmouth high school a number of communities in Massachusetts have been determined to be a critical risk for Tripoli and spring against disease carrying mosquitoes has been going on in those cities and towns a boil water order now lifted for folks in Hampton north Hampton and parts of rye New Hampshire Aquarian water systems issue the order Friday after he coli bacteria was found in the water now say tests show the water is safe and boiling is not necessary a block party at a basketball game we're going on a playground in Lynn last night then shots rang out several people were wounded one person dead WBZ's James Ross telling us more about what happened despite many people in the area when police have not been able to identify a suspect in the shooting happened just after seven o'clock across from the Warren street playground police lieutenant Michael came back three victims on scene they had a thirty four year old male who succumbed to his injuries later on at Salem hospital they also had two females eighteen and twenty who suffered non life threatening injuries they would find another man suffering from a gunshot wound not too long after fortunately no kids were hurt when detectives as well as mass state police detectives are actively working the case anyone with information is asked to call in police James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio every time Boston police continue to investigate four shootings in the city overnight Friday into Saturday one of those shootings was fatal Boston police commissioner William cross says they don't believe the shootings are connected as of this point.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Aware construction closures of west bouncy for seventy between plot Kenya was worth is downsize close between Quebec and I twenty five also have the rants close my twenty five to four seventy until early tomorrow morning then the weather says clear skies tonight low of sixty tomorrow sunny with a slight chance of afternoon storms I Saturday of ninety three currently sixty eight degrees I'm just into either okay a news radio Colorado's news traffic and weather station one day the pre season continues when the Broncos host the forty Niners login Rick Lewis and Susie wartune from Broncos stadium at mile Broncos game day coverage begins at three the kick off in six all on the exclusive home of the Denver Broncos news radio selling your home is a very personal experience and you want a real true understands your needs why can needing to sell your house quickly and for more money Chad Madeline gets it he sold over five thousand houses in Colorado alone and as a thank you he wants to offer this incredible promotion chapel so your house and he sells home three times faster for three percent more for just two percent commission call three zero three eight nine hundred eighty five seventy or facile guaranteed dot com for more James rooter struggles finding and keeping the work force first family business and to return the refugees this is Gerry Shamil join me for missing Americans this week my guest is James ruder amazing Americans tomorrow morning at eight right here on king away news radio broadcasting from the confines of an abandoned radio station in the secluded ghost town of high strangeness just outside of area fifty one it's time for full disclosure of the topics they told us were off limits hello everybody I'm Connie Willis and this is coast to coast AM broadcasting from the K. a news radio.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Not nuts forty three years old in jungle fever he's so good he Holly berry Holly berries great jungle fever she's great all right let's take a break here for the weather and then we come back we got more people who reached stardom after their forties three one two nine eight one seven two hundred here's your forecast for today temperatures the sunrise be about the mid fifties in the outlying suburbs mid sixties in the city the temperatures are gonna peak in the low eighties we'll get down to the low seventies are mid sixties in the city tonight for tomorrow morning sun will raise temperatures in the low eighties scattered afternoon clouds could bring an outside chance of an isolated shower for Thursday highs reaching the mid eighties in most areas an afternoon breeze will keep the readings near eighty at the lake front for Friday sunny breezy warmer temperatures will peak near ninety on hold close to seventy at night and then for Saturday it's gonna get hot and muggy you'll be more humid temperatures reach the low ninety scattered clouds will build the chance of a late day thunderstorm it's currently sixty four degrees at o'hare sixty three at midway sixty eight degrees at the lake front all right we'll take a break and we wanna hear from you guys people who got their starts not there starts but who actually hit their stride became stars after the turn forty three one two nine eight one seven two hundred WGN TV is Joe Donlin tracks a handy man who's left a trail of complaints across the city and suburbs how to avoid getting burned WGN TV investigates tonight at nine only thing is very poor having said that I'm tired of talking about the big picture stuff about it as well when the grown ups are in charge of the country you still have to know the idea that you could just turn it.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty eight degrees, low clouds in Boston at twelve o'clock it afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening begin this hour in Washington, we're learning more about the president's rationale to call off a planned strike last night against Iran at strike, with seemingly already in progress as we hear from ABC's, Lana Zak. President Trump says he's in no rush to respond to Iran writing on Twitter that he called off those military strikes on three targets after a general informed him that one hundred and fifty people would die. The president explaining quote, I stopped at not proportionate to shooting down in unmanned drone. The president also writing that sanctions, maybe his preferred method of retaliation writing that they are quote, biting also getting more talk from Iran, about their rationale on that downed unmanned drone, head of the revolutionary guard today says they chose not to target immense. Spy plane, that was flying around nearby instead is that they warned the drone several times before downing it now, the FAA has banned American registered aircraft from flying over parts of the Gulf of. Oman and the Persian Gulf several other airlines from around the world also following suit, including Lufthansa KLM, and British air, coming up at twelve oh, five ABC's Serena Marshall comes back with us live for an update on how this is all going over on Capitol Hill again. That's just ahead after traffic and weather right here on WBZ twelve o one at the southern border a group of doctors and civil rights Turney say they went to a border control station this week in Clint, Texas. And while they were there, they witnessed hundreds of children living in what they call in-coming conditions according to that group. Nearly two hundred fifty infants children and teens were locked up for weeks without adequate water food or sanitation. And they say more than a dozen of them had the flu children's said that they were fed uncooked frozen food and had gone weeks without bathing immigration officials could not be reached for this story. But, you know, for months they have been saying that their system and the facilities are overwhelmed. Apprehensions in the past area, specifically have spent more than six hundred percent since last year on the CBS as Maria Villareal reporting federal arrests of undocumented migrant. Have jumped more than six hundred percent since.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty eight degrees in Boston under partly sunny skies at this hour hit evening. Six o'clock on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening at six. We're standing by for a news conference in the Dominican Republic any moment. Now scheduled to get underway, by the way half an hour ago. It's been delayed on clear why but it's being touted as a significant update on the shooting of Red Sox. Slugger David Ortiz. we reportedly will learn tonight why ortiz was the target of a hit eleven people remain in custody and could be detained for a year as investigators work the case but again that news conference just about getting underway right now meantime another american has fallen ill after traveling to the dominican joan visit is from the boston area she says she fell violently ill on the final day of a trip there with her husband she is grateful that they made it home alive better than it happened at the end and not at the beginning i suppose i'm just glad we came home at least nine americans have died in the country within the last year the widow of one of whitey bulger's victims is speaking out today on the same day that whitey's girlfriend catherine greg is out of prison but patricia donahue is at peace as we hear from w._b._z.'s karyn regal catherine greg harbored a fugitive for sixteen years whitey bulger to went to federal prison now she's out and we'll finish the remainder of terminal half Warehouse on the Cape. What? Patricia Donahue's whose husband Michael was murdered by Bulger. Prosecutors say Michael was in the wrong place at the wrong time it is what it is Patricia Donahue. But she wants people to remember something sometimes when they talk about her. No. She's a prisoner in shoes. You know. Along with patrol officers. People at the reason that she bail Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio six oh, two with encore Boston Harbor scheduled to open this Sunday morning for the grand opening in Everett officials today. The news conference at the casino to let the public know what to expect WBZ's. Carl Stevens has more from the casino. The sun was shining. On the brand new harbor walk that encircles this massive casino complex. That's where officials held this pre-opening press conference was mostly about transportation Everett may or Carlo de Maria says that ready for Sunday morning. And he's got some advice and confident that we have the resources we need in place. i think we all want to one voice when we tell visitors to please leave your cars at home you talked about the free twenty four hour shuttles from the wellington and molten center stops on the orange line motor coach locations north.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty eight degrees. Clouds in Boston on this Father's Day. The sixteenth of June twenty nineteen. Good morning. I'm Charlie Birger on. Here's what's happening on nine alarm fire causing millions of dollars in damage on old Morton street on the Dorchester Madda pan line yesterday. Fire starting in a vacant building quickly, spread eight homes, affected wind conditions, and the fact that the houses are so close together made a tougher firefighters a roof on at least one of the buildings collapsed, seven firefighters to residents injured. None of the injuries life threatening. And the Red Cross has set up a shelter at the Gallivan community center on Woodruff way in Madam. Penn Boston police investigating a fatal shooting that happened overnight in Dorchester. Police call to the area near six Michigan avenue, finding a man suffering from what they say is an apparent gunshot wound. It was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injury. Police asking anyone with information contact Boston homicide. Detectives if you're traveling around the Gallivan boulevard area this morning. Portions are closed because of a water main break Boston water and sewer onsite repairing the twelve inch main and due to the ongoing repairs residents may. Find some discolored water. There are about two dozen households affected in New Hampshire. A man is dead. Following an officer involved shooting in Belmont. Authorities in shooting happened shortly before midnight on south road. No police officers injured. No further details released both state police and the attorney general's office investigating. It is Father's Day stores yesterday packed with last minute shoppers, John Jeffries, with the numbers, a survey by the national retail federation says Americans are expected to spend an estimated sixteen billion dollars in gifts for Dan, this year up from last year and more than ever before. The survey says nearly forty seven percent plan on taking data out to a restaurant and restaurants around the country will be offering Father's Day deals, well known chains offering Father's Day discounts include Boston market, L, polio. Loco PF, changs, and T, V Y, Father's Day is the fourth biggest day for sending greeting cards after Christmas Valentine's Day..

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Vacation rental property on mature, Jordan. And this is. Dad's day weekend underway. It's been a comfortable start. And we've got dry weather for much today. Partly cloudy, hive eighty five low tonight, sixty eight degrees and thunderstorms queue up for the Sunday forecast. Sunday afternoon. High eight I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrie. More from the Weather Channel for talkradio six eighty WCBS. The WCBS studios have brought to you by safe. Tyrants aleutians. Call robbery or one zero two six six eleven twenty safe for Tirmizi solutions dot com. We're here from one eight hundred got junk. Well, we've definitely wanted hundred got some junk seal that stuff in the yard. Yes, sir. We're moving. And that's just part of the stuff, we're not taking do something for me, ma'am. Like, what would you wave your arm across the ARD like this? Wow. How did that was fun? We work until midnight, seven days a week. Just call us ninety minutes before you need to be there. One eight hundred got junk or visit one eight hundred got junk dot com. WC DM. Baltimore. Expression on this program. Not necessarily the views of the station contents educational purposes, only insulted or conductor diligence investing prescreened and the show was recorded earlier this week 'cause with Financial Engines, Financial Engines advisors LLC investment advisor, that furnishes grow Barron's has ranked it'll financial services, the number one independent advisory urban, the nation based assets managed, team size experience and regulatory record firm, self mandate investor returns and experience considered it'll mean combined with an intial engine devices November two thousand eighteen. This is the Rick Edelman show. Edelman Financial Engines is the number one ranked investment advisor in the country..

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The answer. Sixty eight degrees at six thirty seven alga too low with local news. I here's what's going on yesterday's fatal. Helicopter crash prompting calls by New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney to ban all non-essential flights over New York City Maloney, called a nightmare saying New York City is too densely populated for choppers to land. She says it's unsafe to land in the water, the streets or rooftops rooftop landings were banned in the Big Apple in nineteen seventy seven we'll only also questioned why the pilot was flying in the heavy rain and foggy conditions. She says she plans to meet with the FAA to review a possible flight. Bam moving forward another person killed in the September eleventh terrorist attacks has been identified with DNA testing the new York Daily News reports the victim, who was not named publicly becomes the one thousand six hundred and forty third person to be identified a spokesman for the city medical examiner's, office says the identification was based made using a bone fragment found in thousand thirteen near the door Bank building officials vowed to continue testing the eleven hundred or mains in the hopes of identifying more victims in sports. Was the big winner in the Bronx last night? Subway series opener between the Yankees and Mets postpone make that up with the split doubleheader today. The first game is at one zero five the nightcap at seven oh five the NBA finals are going back to Oakland for game sex. The warriors close game five on a nine to two run on the raptors one oh six to one five in Toronto game. Six is set for Thursday, and we'll have more on. The fact we all love video doorbells voice assistance, have changed our lives. We can control our home with a touch indoor and outdoor cameras help us keep watch..

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The afternoon. High of sixty eight degrees in Saturday, the rain and snow return a high of sixty three degrees. Currently in the valley, fifty two degrees, a cool morning in northern California. All right. Sacramento built more homes last year than any other city north of Los Angeles. But many of them were single family homes aimed at middle income families and above. So why isn't more affordable housing being built case? Mike blunt spoke with some local. Delivers to find out why my guesses. It doesn't make that much money. Yeah, you'd be exactly on the money on that one. While more than sixteen hundred new single family units were built in two thousand eighteen a little more than seven hundred or multifamily units, like apartment buildings townhomes, and condos Sarala Bassey's. The vice president of operations with development behind several of the infil products in downtown Sacramento in recent years, including the mixed use apartment buildings at fourteen thirty q street, sixteen powerhouse in the seven hundred block of k street until, you know, either Costco, down, or there's some gap financing to be able to make housing more affordable. It's just really difficult to build new or renovated listing properties and still make pencil out with the cost of building these days. She says construction costs for developers are very high. And it's often impossible to get any return on investment, building affordable housing Magor of anthem United agrees. She's been part of a developing. She's been part of developing new communities, Thomas and west Sacramento. And as it overly strict regulations, make it tougher, developers to build anything without jumping over several hurdles, I, she believes his regulations or what's causing the housing crisis. Everyone is really concerned. It's a crisis than it really needs to be addressed on level on a holistic level in a political level, in a, you know, participation needs to change in California, and both developers spoke with they're seeing more people come to Sacramento, from the bay area, and that's causing more demand for the existing housing. And the prices to go to that seven from any many years, economy, cooking rain and snow. You know, it used to be called the pineapple express. Right. And then the atmospheric river, while there are now new terms to describe our wet, weather, and we're going to go deeper on that in three minutes. Coverage from the camp became wildfire desk. Here's wildfire season put start earlier than normal. Sponsored by Tri.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is sixty eight degrees right now at O'hare. First word alderman, Joel Merino is due in court this afternoon after being arrested last night on felony charges of insurance fraud and obstruction of Justice. Reno had reported in January that is car was missing. But Evans evidence later indicated that he had led a woman take it. Governor Chris Christie responding to a highly critical report on DCFS, here's WGN's, David. Miranda governor Pritzker has called for thorough examination of department of children and family services insect family services program or children remain in abusive homes with their parents while their families are offered voluntary services. The report. A number of problems ranging from training to supervision to accountability. Children including AJ friend of crystal lake Shahir Gibbons of Chicago and so much Crosby of Joliet township where part of this program when died David Miranda WGN news CNBC says the Trump administration plans to delay auto tariffs by up to six months stopping itself for now from widening global trade disputes, President Trump sees the tariffs as a way to gain leverage over trading partners, such as the e u n Japan Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is on Capitol Hill before Senate subcommittee. He says he won't turn over the president's tax returns to house investigators because he says, they just want the information for political purposes. Mnuchin says he has not talked to the president about that at any discussions with the president or taken any direction from him or anybody else in the White House on this issue. At the house says the law is clear Mnuchin must turn over the documents. Hundreds of riot police have surrounded a park in Russia's fourth largest city. Before what's expected to be a third consecutive day of protests against the building of a new cathedral their opponents of the cathedral say the building would take away green space and recreational spaces needed. By the residents of the city of one point five million people better Narian Brookefield Zubov try again today to perform surgery on a black rhino. After the first attempt was unsuccessful. Here's WGN's Ryan burrow earlier this month. Eight year old black rhinoceros Leyla underwent surgery to clear. Her nasal passageway. Veterinarians tried to insert a custom-made implant to open up the tissue to allow her to breathe normally through her nose. But that surgery did not take gonna give it another. Try today was have thirty procedures and stage surgeries to try and fix the issue. Last April, she became the first adult rhino.

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"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"sixty eight degrees" Discussed on KOMO

"It's sixty eight degrees and sunny year round daylight saving time in Washington could take one big step forward this afternoon. Komo's Bill O'neil explains. Governor Jay Inslee is expected to put pen to paper this afternoon and sign a Bill that calls for ending the use of standard time the measure is one of number pass by western states, including California, Oregon, and Idaho, which are uniformly looking to ditch the switch resulting in later sunrises and sunsets. In the winter before Washington or any other US can end the USA standard time, the US. Congress must approve such a change. Both the Washington senators say they are looking at how to do that President Trump also tweeted earlier this year he'd be okay with ending the use of standard time. Bill O'neil, KOMO news. And again to thirty when we expect that Bill signing and lift drivers around the world pumped their brakes on service today, saying rideshare companies. Don't treat them fairly. Komo's Charlie Harger spoke with local drivers to find out more as the rideshare companies. Go public drivers like Walter L say. Uber and lift are paying him less. Now, we no longer get a surge base increase in in in our wages. We just get a flat one dollars fifty cent or three dollars five dollars depending on how big a surge. It is. I asked driver, Don Korea. If there's anything he likes about the job. I liked the independence at one time. But that independence has really been minimalized over the years Crean Elysee, they hope the city takes action. They wanna get the city to regulate the rates. They are paid a competing group called dry forward. Seattle says thousands of drivers aren't on strike saying they appreciate making a living wage and enjoy the ability to be their own boss by driving for Uber and lived Charlie Harger, KOMO news in a period of just forty eight hours. This week five dozen cars were stolen in Pierce. And king county's sergeant Ryan Abbott with King County sheriff's office says while the number seems high it's not unusual. He says a lot of older model cars are notoriously easy to seal. We've always had problems with Honda's the older Hondas or easier to steal into you. Always see a lot of them on the list of older. Toyotas. Abbott says a lot of rental cars get stolen too because some companies leave the doors unlocked with the keys inside he tells KOMO this is a good reminder, not leave anything of value in your car and lock it up. Also comes the same day. We learned that one of our assignment editors over on the TV side had his car broken into again. It's like the third time in the last couple of months. Komo AAA traffic.

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Apple unveiling latest iPhone today

Memphis Morning News

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Apple unveiling latest iPhone today

"Eighty today. I know a lot of you are Android users out there. But there are some apple folks as well. And it looks like apple expects to go big with the unveiling of its new iphone checking in now from Chicago is our pal. Jeff monosso apple product unveiling this afternoon in Cupertino California expecting to show off three new models, including Apple's biggest iphone ever with an LED screen approaching six point five inches. Santa price tag to match the other two phones apples likely to introduce will be the five point eight inch iphone access and the iphone X are a lower cost version of the current iphone X with upgraded storage and cameras. Apple's also reportedly expected you upgrade its entire product portfolio including new apple I watches. Jeff monosso, Fox News. Well, they're not slowly roll in that stuff out. Then are they going to be a big it's going to be a

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Trump, Bill Rakoff and George Papadopoulos discussed on Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Trump, Bill Rakoff and George Papadopoulos discussed on Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

"George Papadopoulos. Former Trump campaign aide has been sentenced to fourteen days in jail for lying FBI agents over contracts with Russians CBS news. Correspondent Bill Rakoff? Oppa dopoulos pleaded guilty last year to making false statements about his contacts with Russian nationals and efforts to arrange that infamous meeting with the Trump campaign and representatives of the Russian government. Is the first Trump associate to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors in the special counsel's probe the judge also issued at ninety five hundred dollar fine and two hundred hours of community

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Defense rests in Manafort case, ex-Trump campaign chairman won't testify

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Defense rests in Manafort case, ex-Trump campaign chairman won't testify

"Tonight while the low of sixty eight degrees certainly watch for some. Flooding downpours. Out there especially this evening tomorrow partly sunny warmer certainly humid as, well with a high of eighty six degrees seventy one tomorrow night than. Another. Warm day Thursday high temperature get eighty six degrees with your AccuWeather forecast I'm Dave Samuel on NewsRadio eight ten in one or three one WG y Albany temperatures. Still eighty six degrees temperatures and several other capital region communities though lowers thunderstorms roll through in the past half hour and the severe thunderstorm warning. For Schenectady county southwestern Saratoga county and

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Comic-Con 2018: Aquaman Trailer Arrives Alongside Exclusive Footage Showing Classic Costume

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:42 min | 4 years ago

Comic-Con 2018: Aquaman Trailer Arrives Alongside Exclusive Footage Showing Classic Costume

"CBS four I'm Ashton Altieri, on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and. Ninety four one FM some clouds and sun this. Morning in sixty eight degrees in Denver. Now on Colorado's morning news American's. Addicted to sugar and according to a study, the, addiction may, start way too young kids, ages six, to eleven. Months so under a year old we're actually. Consuming about sixty percent of their. Sugar from added sugar so, that means they're not getting it from fruits and vegeta- Labels. Naturally but they're getting it from foods that have the sugar added to, it that's Jennifer Hyland from the Cleveland Clinic you may have some of these in your Cup board it's Ritz cracker products that are being recalled. The makers say they're voluntarily recalling sixteen varieties of rich crackers. Sandwiches and rich bits products in the US because the way powder used is potentially tainted with salmonella bacteria Mondelez global says no illnesses reported symptoms. Of salmonella include fever nausea vomiting and diarrhea and. Can be serious or fatal, for the young elderly or those with weakened immune systems that's ABC's Chuck. Sivertsen reporting San Diego comic, con two thousand eighteen in the books and ABC's Jason Nathanson was. There and has a rap the weekend belong to Warner Brothers Early footage from next year's wonder woman sequel delighted the audience. As did. Footage from aquaman Zan and, fans liked the footage from the fantastic beasts sequel but. Embattled star Johnny Depp showed up at the end in full costume confusing many with an odd monologue magic, blooms only in wrists minutes later his ex amber heard was on stage for uncle man which must be. Made for an, awkward backstage Warner Brothers got most of the, hype, because none of, the Disney properties including marvel and Star Wars showed up that Comecon Jason Nathanson ABC news San Diego eight, fifty four, Financial Engines. Dot.

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US, San Diego and California discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

03:38 min | 4 years ago

US, San Diego and California discussed on Morning Edition

"America fear of. The gang is alive and well here in the US you wouldn't believe how bad these people These people Animals what is MS thirteen and how much does it threaten our national security and MS? Thirteen one oh one next time on one a. We'll bring it at one eight. Program, tonight at eleven o'clock here on Mostly sunny. Later today with San Francisco expecting to top out at sixty eight degrees Oakland. Will have a high of seventy three. Mountain View reaching seventy nine Napa we'll get up to eighty three today Santa Rosa and, San Jose will both have a high of eighty six and in. Sacramento it'll. Reach ninety nine degrees at. The time is. Five, fifty one good morning this is the California report I'm penny Nelson well we start this morning with, an update on the Ferguson wildfires still burning out of control near Yosemite national park for the seventeen thousand acres have been consumed by the blaze and it's just five percent contained firefighters there continue. To face hot and dry. Conditions with more problematic weather on the horizon. On top of the, weather there. Are the rugged conditions to factor in. Here's Cal fire spokesman Richard Egan the terrain has been a significant problem it's pretty steep terrain. Not really easily accessible by foot as thirty six year old firefighter died Saturday after his bulldozer overturned officials say to other firefighters were injured on Tuesday We turn now to our continuing. Coverage of the children separated from their migrant parents. At the US Mexico border the government must identify the parents of all kids five and older by today is an. Interim step to, meeting, court deadline to reunite, all the children with their parents by next week Julie small reports federal officials say they have custody of two. Thousand five hundred fifty one children who remained. Separated from their parents on Monday they told a federal judge in San Diego they had identified the mother or father for nearly all those children and cleared more than nine. Hundred to, return to their families attorney Spencer under with the American Civil Liberties union. Says the government has yet to confirm any of the kids have, been reunited we, are still waiting to get a list of all the. People but under says the federal judge who ordered the. Reunifications made it clear he wants the government to act as fast as possible I think they're, doing it hopefully quickly and they're doing it Patches you know another group. Of people each day is getting reunified and then. Hopefully released for now the government is not allowed to immediately deport families that have been reunited in order to give. Them time to, understand, their rights volunteer immigration, lawyers are mobilizing to be on hand to help represent the families for the California report I'm Julie small in. San Diego meanwhile on the legislative side California. Senator Kamala Harris introduced legislation to require the federal government to immediately reunify all migrant families separated at the border in recent months this comes after a federal judge in San. Diego ruled, that separated children must be reunited by July twenty sixth the senators Bill. Unveiled earlier this week also requires many of the parents have separated, children to be, released while they pursue a legal way to stay in. The US k. q. e. d. Sonia Hutton reports in. Addition to family reunification and release of parents the Bill also Requires. The federal, government to publish guidance on how it will do that that must include sustained and. Free contact between parents and children access to.

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The Latest: Thai youth soccer team meets with the media

Steve Cochran

02:05 min | 4 years ago

The Latest: Thai youth soccer team meets with the media

"Chicago good. Morning everyone sixty eight degrees in Chicago walk digs. Survive those were the thoughts on the minds of the Thai soccer team and their coach trapped in that cave for two. Weeks they're talking to the media this morning and to the public for the first time after being released from the, hospital and we're hearing from them through a. Translator and this is the first time that the team members had the chance to, say thank you to everyone taking care of them face to, face not from behind a glass. Window doctors say the boys are strong and emotionally. Stable they're looking forward to going home and having a good, meal They came into the press conference with music and kicking around a soccer. Ball all looking very healthy Chicago fire department divers death was an accident that according to the Cook County medical examiner, forty six year old one Busey died during. A nighttime water rescue attempt in the Chicago river back on may twenty eight an, autopsy revealed he had a rare form of heart disease earth, western Memorial Hospital says that it's. Likely the heart disease caused the condition caused boost. Huge suffered distress during the dive eventually leading to s fix Research Gago Tribune investigation uncovered widespread inequities in the way Cook County assessors property taxes under Joe Berrios Tribune reporter how dark joined the, opening bell this morning he says the process favored the wealthy at. The expense of the poor it appears to be miss, seasons and now now seasons but here's the caveat we also want to get those documents we to get. In the first place a court ruled in favor of a Tribune freedom of information act request Tribune, investigators still haven't. Seen all of the documents various is considering whether to appeal, to the supreme court authorities in Indiana have arrested a man who's accused. Of sexually assaulting two young girls in Chicago twenty five old. Hundred bass charged. With home invasion and sexual assault best is accused. Of entering to homes in the cities Lincoln park neighborhood and conducting doing those assaults, and a twenty. Minute time span back on.

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'Deadliest Catch' star gets probation in Uber driver assault

"News

03:14 min | 4 years ago

'Deadliest Catch' star gets probation in Uber driver assault

"And a high temperature about sixty eight degrees at forecast should sound familiar but for tomorrow there's a chance of showers a high around seventy we may start seeing a little bit of sunshine for both sunday and monday but a combination of things partly sunny and a chance of some showers high temperature again about seventy degrees for both sunday and monday komo news time five oh five former state auditor troy kelly could be sentenced to prison today he was found guilty last year of tax fraud and other charges related to a real estate business he ran before being elected kelly claimed he was entitled to nearly three million dollars in fees he collected prosecutors say the money belonged to his clients in it should have been returned celebrity crab boat captains sig hansen has been sentenced to probation for spitting on an uber driver last year in seattle the fifty two year old star of deadliest catch was given a deferred sentence order to undergo alcohol treatment and put on a year probation the punishment lined up with what prosecutors recommended under a pre deal rather a plea deal with the reality tv star which he pled guilty to assaulting that uber driver i university of washington fraternity suspended for the last year after being accused of alcohol use and hazing has now been officially closed that story hit a live update from komo's brian calvert and this whole time the frats former president has been denying all charges casey trong wrandell upsilon in its final year the year when he says an incident involving champagne was caught on snapchat a year an anonymous complaints surfaced about hazing including physical abuse the school suspended the fraternity but did not have the power to revoke its charter so the parent organization did the plug polling meaning delta upsilon is no more drawn tells the times local alumni had been trying to shut the chapter down for years and that before the academic year ended this spring the undergraduate members decided to walk out he says that's when our international shut us down just to save face but the head of delta upsilon sees it differently stating in a letter quote even after an emergency suspension was issued this spring the chapter violated that suspension by continuing to hold events at the chapter house with alcohol brian calvert komo news or people were killed in a fiery car crash in auburn yesterday afternoon komo's joel moreno spoke with witnesses or disallowed here playing with the ball we heard a big bowl nicole clark and her neighbors raced around the corner to see bay big volcano of fire that's what it looked like firefighters began to arrive to hose down the fiery wreck that's when witnesses realized people were still trapped inside many saw three year old girl pressed against the window then her father's arm pushing her outside to safety i seen the little girl come running around and she had blown on her face and apparently she had been on fire and then the next second a man came rolling out the car and he's inflames just rolling around three children pages seven four and five months never escaped and died in the flames family members say it was a father is three kids and their cousin and believe the driver may have suffered a medical emergency just before losing control police are also investigating whether speed played a role in this all happened at the corner of seventeenth and our street komo news time five to homeless campers who refused to leave their sidewalk encampment have been given one way tickets out of town this couple camped on third avenue.

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Jury Verdict: No Reward For LeGrier Family In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Steve Cochran

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Jury Verdict: No Reward For LeGrier Family In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

"Steve are you ready i am ready all right give us a news least sixty eight degrees in chicago with sunshine this morning criminal investigation is underway after an elderly woman was found dead in a house fire in gary fire crews were called at around free a m this morning to the home in the thirty one hundred block of johnson that's just southeast of the borman expressway the victim was reportedly found dead when crews arrive officials say it was a woman in her seventies caused the fire is under an unknown at this time and a criminal investigation also involving the police there is underway a judge presiding over the wrongful death lawsuit against chicago police officer robert we all know for the fatal shooting of quin tonio la greer in two thousand fifteen reversed a jury finding yesterday in favor of the teens family the county jury awarded nearly a million dollars to legris parents the family was asking for twelve to twenty five million however the judge in the case reverse the decision after learning the jury also found real feared for his life when responding to a call of the disturbance the judge's decision means that the family will get no money and supreme court justice anthony kennedy's retirement has all sides gearing up for a momentous confirmation battle for president trump's next nominee to the high court president says he'll pick from a list of twenty five games and he's starting the selection process immediately democrats are arguing decision should be delayed until after the midterm elections and those are the headlines wgn sports is sponsored by northwestern football chicago's big ten team make it three straight wins for the white sox six one at home yesterday over minnesota james shields seven scoreless innings the white sox look for the sweep here tonight on the southside it's actually this afternoon on twelve thirty five one ten here on wgn rough start for kyle hendrix did make it out of the third any the cubs lose seven to five to the dodgers last night four game series wrap up this afternoon for the split jose cantata on the bound facing clayton kershaw for the los angeles dodgers blackhawks have acquired forward jordan schrader from columbus in exchange for backup goaltender jayantha ruby and south korea knocked off defending champion germany to nil yesterday at the world cup coach fits in the music city bowl champs host michigan nebraska wisconsin notre dame illinois and more this fall at ryan field single game tickets on sale now at any sports dot com go catch on eighty major wgn sports you can get a business credit card.

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