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Trillions of Cicadas Will Soon Emerge To Make Sweet Love
"Trillions of cicadas about to emerge after seventeen years underground. Ugge is it's a science story. The sand of san ci- here we go films about. Invading insects have been scaring movie goers for decades but now a real life insect invasion of what are called periodical. Cicadas will put hollywood to shame by its sheer size and scope over the next few weeks along the east coast and the mid west of the. Us these katie's will emerge from underground. They will shed their skins in partake in a month. Long mating ritual making quite a scene climbing trees singing mating songs as loud as one hundred decibels the same intensity as a jackhammer in case you're wondering how loud that is. Here's a quote from a doctor and entomologist. it's a pretty big event. i mean we're talking about trillions of cicadas. that are going to be emerging. They're going to be singing colin. They're going to be find mates in your backyard. It's going to be quite aside for you to see. There are over. A dozen known broods of cicadas in the united states categorized by when they emerged together from the ground brood x is considered one of the largest and makes its appearance like clockwork every seventeen years on the dot. I think it's not that the cicadas know anything per se. I think part of it is just very hard wired. So there's a series of biochemical cascade that rise and fall that set off a trigger. And if you have a certain hormone level and the temperature of the soil is about sixty four degrees well. It's time for those cicadas to go. Once the cicadas do emerge time is not on their side. They're on a short clock. Three to four weeks is what they have to find a mate and lay their eggs before they
Brood X: The Rise Of The 17-Year Cicadas
"So often i pop into an interview a little bit early. And i get to hear the guest talking to our producers and they don't always recognize. I'm there today. We see the lowly life cycle of the periodicals. Dr bugs is that you is definitely me surprised me there for a second. I was just goofing around. In my free time they recognize that voice. He's as shortwave fan. Favorite entomologist dr. Sami ramsey aka dr bugs. He works at the us department of agriculture in east here today to talk with us about brewed ten. A big group of cicadas that will emerge from the ground the spring. This is going to be the the seventeen year cicadas so seventeen years ago in two thousand four. They all emerged in mass and this year they will do the same thing again. Brute ten is one of the largest groups of seventeen years akitas. There are several species of cicadas in brew ten but they all look pretty similar. So they've got these. Bright red is on top of this black body with bright orange wings. So you're immediately struck. By how conspicuous this organism is. It's also larger than most insects. Sometimes about two inches long. Brutes are determined by geography. And if you live where brewed ten lives parts of the mid atlantic midwest or southern. Us you'll probably get to see and hear these bugs. The emerged when the ground temperature hits sixty four degrees and in some places that'll be as soon as late. April may and live for four to six weeks.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty four degrees in Boston at twelve noon more clouds than sun right now and it's twelve o'clock on Laurie Kirby and here's what's happening we're standing by for a live update from governor Baker on corona virus as soon as that gets underway we will take you live to the state house meanwhile the Supreme Court is moving to protect gay and transgender people in the workplace Supreme Court observers call it a landmark decision from the court saying employers can't fire someone just because they're gay or trans gender the ruling follows a number of cases this term involving LGBTQ rights including from a gay Clayton county Georgia employee who was fired after he joined the gay softball league and a transgender woman terminated from her job at a Michigan funeral home that was CBS's Steve Dorsey and the ruling goes against the trump administration which argued the law only address bias against women or men and did not include protections based on sexual orientation or gender identity and this story former eBay executives are facing federal charges after allegedly targeting and data couple in a case of cyberstalking WBZ's Karen regal working the story joining us live with new details I just walked out of a news conference with the US attorney Andrew Lelling in the FBI agent in charge of this area here in Boston and this is a by any stretch of project can be a strange case Lori I made a couple points eight newsletter on E. commerce that includes of course the granddaddy of them all eBay and they were critical of eBay here here in there that the first amendment right you know anybody can say anything about anyone as long as they back it up and don't commit slander but apparently this small newsletter allegedly aggravated some eBay executive six of them are now facing federal charges for doing some strange things according to the U. S. attorney that include sending a box of why the cockroaches to this couple in Natick up putting a GPS tracker on their vehicle this is an all cyber stalking some of it is in person harassment and sending other strange things from random eBay account appearing to be from strange eBay account and then having one of those executives are former police captain out west I'll come in and offer to be eBay cleaning it up this made a couple of course got concerned when she won Natick police who eventually handed all of this over to the FBI who in turn handed down a bunch of federal indictment to these six executive all of the US attorney Andrew Lelling says he believes this appears to be a one off Casey says he's not sure why eBay targeted this newsletter in Natick saying quote it's not like they're the Wall Street journal reporting from federal court in South Boston Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio all right Karen thank you an.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On the threes sixty four degrees right now in Boston much cooler today and breezy too with a mix of sun shining clouds high of sixty three today but closer to the fifties by the water partly cloudy tonight headed down to about forty seven beautiful bright sunshine tomorrow going up to fifty six in Boston looks like mid sixties if you're further inland Memorial Day Monday partly sunny highs near seventy closer to sixty by the coast clouds and sunshine on Tuesday high of seventy four than getting close to eighty on Wednesday this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good Saturday morning to you I'm Tina down here the five things you need to know at ten fifteen there are now ninety thousand eight hundred and eighty nine confirmed cases of covert nineteen here in Massachusetts since the beginning of the pandemic the number of people who have lost their lives to the virus here in the bay state is now six thousand two hundred and twenty eight the governor Baker is urging everyone to follow the state mandate to wear a mask or face covering in public at all times and every man is now charged with motor vehicle homicide and manslaughter to read frown was arraigned yesterday he allegedly struck and killed two people Thursday night well they're out for a walk on Pawtucket Boulevard in Lole back now to our top story as a long holiday weekend gets underway some beaches are open with restrictions during the pandemic CBS news update ninety six thousand confirmed U..
Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?
"Headaches for a lot of reasons. Sometimes foods like chocolate cheese or cured meat can cause them other times it stress or maybe changes in our sleep habits headaches are also caused by strain sinus problems coughing and even sex. And if you're really unlucky there a sign of neurological problems. But do you know what causes headaches over one third of the population ice cream diabolical evil ice cream otherwise known as a brain freeze or a quote cold stimulus headache in more lofty circles. The ice cream headache only requires two things first. Something cold touching the roof of your mouth and second hot environment like a summer day or Asana or a yoga class full of sweaty people. That's where we all usually eat ice cream right. Brain freeze is caused by both a constriction and dilation of the blood vessels in your head. There's a nerve center just above your mouth and when it gets cold it signals the anterior cerebral artery to widen trying to heat your brain with warm blood. Since the skull is a closed structure. The sudden rush of blood could be increasing pressure which causes the pain. We feel it's kind of a horrible stabbing achey feeling but the warm air around you causes these blood vessels to restrict again relieving the pain about ten to twenty seconds after its onset. This experience is reportedly similar to a migraine headache albeit a very short one it's possible. The influx of blood is supposed to protect your brain from extreme cold. The pain is usually in the mid frontal area but it can be unilateral in other parts of the brain. But don't worry. Experts say that ice cream isn't going to give you brain damage or anything in fact when they're correcting aneurysms doctors sometimes low your brain temperature down to sixty four degrees. Fahrenheit or seventeen point eight degrees Celsius so ice cream. Ain't no thing. Except there's only one cure for brain freeze. Never eat ice cream again. No I'm just kidding in one article about these headaches. A researcher actually said ice cream. Abstinence is not indicated so keep eating all the ice cream you want but slow it down a bit there. Hawse try to eat in small bites and avoid the roof of your mouth also. You may be more likely to get brain freeze if you already get migraines. The science isn't confirmed on that but since the vascular response of ice cream headaches is similar to the experience of migraine sufferers they may be more vulnerable. Researchers are investigating this connection now in hopes of developing. Even better painkillers.
Weekend Severe Weather: Heavy rain, strong wind gusts, isolated tornadoes possible
"The the the the weather weather weather weather will will will will be be be be bad bad bad a a a severe storm heading our way channel two action news meteorologist every dealer watch out for that only the gusty winds which were already starting off with this morning but as the strong storms approach winds could gust as high as sixty even seventy miles per hour we're also going to be dealing with heavy rainfall and we can't rule out that threat of isolated tornadoes now the higher risk will be from Atlanta west were but we do still have a risk as we get into some of our eastern zones including Blairsville Gainesville Abbas outwards intent that will be a level one L. five as we go through the days is certainly something to plan for right now sixty four degrees here on Peachtree street and we're heading up to seventy lots of rain coming our
Record-breaking warmth in Chicago day after Christmas
"Center we're gonna get up to sixty four degrees record shattering warmth we've already surpassed some records across the Chicago area and that will continue throughout the day today but tonight we drop off to thirty two degrees it will turn cooler tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy cooler and a high of forty two degrees but for the time being sixty at o'hare sixty one midway sixty one and Gary sixty degrees along Chicago's
How Does Venus Work?
"After the moon the Venus is the second brightest natural object in the night sky partially because this planet is covered by reflective clouds that make it is an optical telescopes can't penetrate eight with the Venetian surface hidden from view generations of fiction writers used to speculate wild about the mysterious terrain beneath those clouds for example Tarzan Creator Edgar Rice burroughs portrayed Venus as a world with lush forests in our boreal cities in a nineteen eighty-four pulp novel but then science intervened B eight at Venus's habitable pretty much imploded during the Cold War in Nineteen fifty-six Radio Telescope observations showed that the planet had surfaced temperatures in excess of six hundred and eight eighteen degrees Fahrenheit that's three hundred twenty six degrees Celsius and believe it or not those readings were kind of low we now know the average surface temperature on Nisa blistering eight hundred sixty four degrees Fahrenheit or four hundred sixty two Celsius it's the hottest planet in our solar system even though mercury is closer to the Sun on the face of Venus the atmospheric pressure is crushingly extreme and lead would melt into a puddle but as hellish as this place sounds actually has in common with Earth the two worlds are quite similar in size if you were to stuff venus inside our planet matric doll style it would occupy roughly eighty six percent end of earth total volume Venus has earth beaten in some key regards though earth displays a slight midsection bulge being wider around its equator than it is from one pole to the other conversely Venus is almost a perfect sphere what gives well when a massive celestial body like a star or planet spins quickly around its axis centrifugal force will give it a more dramatic bulge around its equator however Venus has an ultra slow rotation speed it takes the equivalent of two hundred and forty-three earth days for Venus to complete one full rotation around its axis and only two hundred twenty five earth days to finish a new lap around the Sun so in other words a day on Venus lasts longer than Vanesian year does and get this from our self centered perspective Venus spins backward word most of the planets in the solar system rotate from west to east Uranus and Venus Buck that trend on those two worlds the sun appears to rise in the West and set in the East nobody knows how that came to pass. Astronomers think Venus us to move in a counterclockwise direction like Earth but at some point it's been I have reversed alternatively perhaps the sun's Gravitational influence or a collision with a large object caused the entire planet to flip upside down in December of nineteen sixty two Venus became the first planet to get a fly by visit from a manmade spacecraft exploiting brief window of opportunity NASA's Mariner two probes studied this world up close from distances as near as twenty one thousand miles that's about thirty four thousand kilometers onboard instruments taught us a great deal mariner two firms that Venus does not have an earth like magnetic field and it recorded surface temperatures within the expected range a young Carl Sagan helped design the mariner to probe yes successfully lobbied to have the space craft fitted with a camera because close up pictures of Venus might quote answer questions that we were too dumb to even pose by the time Mariner to launched scientists already knew that there were high levels of carbon dioxide in the vision atmosphere and that composition should give us pause carbon dockside makes up a whopping ninety six percent of Venus's atmosphere scientists attribute this to a runaway greenhouse effect theoretically the planet used to have a more temperate climate that could have remained stable for billions of years back then oceans of liquid water may have covered its surface though we don't know for sure things changed as are growing son became hotter any oceans would have evaporated during this time astronomers think much of the carbon dioxide invasion rocks leached out and traveled guy word while the atmosphere changed it got better at trapping heat creating a vicious cycle that worsens the problem inevitably temperatures spiked and stayed since our own planet has a major greenhouse gas problem Venus could offer us important insights regarding climate change but sending probes to explore it has always presented major challenges on Venus the surface gravity is comparable to what you and I experience on earth what's not comparable is that atmospheric Asher which is ninety two times greater on the face of Venus than it is here faced with extreme temperatures and high pressure it's no wonder that manmade objects don't last long long in the planet's environment when the Soviet venire thirteen probe landed on Venus in Nineteen eighty-two it stayed intact for record setting one hundred and twenty seven minutes before it was destroyed mind you this wasn't the USSR's first Rodeo previous Venero spacecraft's successfully visited the planet's atmosphere and touched down on its outer crest brief though their visits were these probes captured the first ever photographs of the Venetian surface Nasr's Magellan spacecraft provided further insights has it mapped ninety eight percent of the planet's face all in all Venus boasts more than sixteen thousand volcanoes and volcanic features but we don't know of any these are still active highland plateaus deep canyons and meteorite impact craters have also been discovered there although Venus's about four point six billion years old crest is thought to be much younger with an estimated age of just three hundred to six hundred million years Venus lacks tectonic plates as we know them on earth nonetheless Sunday August think that upwelling magma occasionally recycle sections of the crust long before it was an object scientific study or of Edgar Rice burroughs. goals Venus mesmerized our ancestors bright and beautiful the cloud adorned planet derives its name from the Roman Goddess of love into mathematicians mapped it's progress across the sky and Galileo took detailed notes about its moon like phases somehow knowing that Venus is a stifling hot house doesn't diminish its allure with every new discovery inspires curiosity aw
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is sixty four degrees in Boston four oh five we continue now after being indicted not once but twice in a year fall river mayor Jay's qureia announced today he will be taking a leave of absence he's handing over his mayoral duties to the city council president WBZ's Madison Rogers in fall river says despite all of this controversy the mayor's still has some support he's defrauded investors say federal prosecutors he's allegedly lied on his taxes and extorted pot companies for hundreds of thousands of dollars among other things the fall river mayor Jay's all qureia still has spam very good job for the city of for the the best bet that for and had great supporters echo the mayor's own words as he spoke of improvements to the city's fire and police departments along with the new high school being constructed just feet away another man at the conference that Korea was making the right call but he feels bad for the guy I feel like you've got a good chance of doing stuff but he kind of screwed up he could I went somewhere but if you're greedy Korea plans to retain the merit title and salary until January in fall river Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio the latest from Capitol Hill and the impeachment investigation house committees are interviewing Deputy Assistant secretary of state George cat now can't is believed to have stood up for former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie you bought a batch who was told the president had lost confidence in her before she was pull yesterday a former White House aide Fiona hill testified for the better part of ten hours behind closed doors ABC's cage shock with some insight into what this might mean I think that the house may decide to cut its losses or to focus on one or two of these really high value either witnesses or sets of documents pursue those and but not hold up the rest of the impeachment inquiry while this all plays out in court because it's so kind of a global waiting game at this point and if the White House can just submit a stone wall and then slow walk they may be able to win a short term victory just to get them through the election and the X. Russia a few on a hill did testify that former national security adviser John Bolton was alarmed about Rudy Giuliani's activities in Ukraine he called you craning he called guiliani rather a quote ticking time bomb well Giuliani had something to say to that today's the Bolton was more like a nuclear bomb and again the president's personal attorney now says he will not comply with the congressional subpoena more on this angle from ABC sandy feel pretty guiliani telling ABC news he will ignore the subpoena to tell Congress what he knows about the president's dealings with Ukraine and the attempt to get that country to investigate Joe Biden and his son Giuliani says of house Democrats try to enforce the subpoena quote we'll see what happens the president will likely face many questions about the house impeachment pro that is scheduled news conference tomorrow this will be a joint news conference with the president of Italy at the White House for a wave we are done for the day on Wall Street joining us now live from Bloomberg Tracy John he had we lay out landed well Laurie health insurance companies exist to pay medical expenses but to Wall Street as recently as last spring was worried it was all getting too expensive spending at the nation's largest health insurance provider did cool off during the summer and United health stock is up the most in a decade that led the Dow back above the twenty seven thousand milestone level and the Dow is up two hundred thirty seven points the nasdaq up a hundred the S. and P. up twenty nine points apple toyed with a record and JP Morgan chase did reach a new high in the bank reports a strong consumer lending and record income from investments fees I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio are Tracy thank you so much and coming right up Tom cut he was sports and in a little bit this half hour more about that World War two bomber that crashed in Connecticut what caused that crash do we know yet we'll find.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hatched in nineteen seventy Spanish Harlem and an evangelist searches for souls and customers in the aisles of a target store the month radio hour you can hear that tonight at ten overnight clouds a little bit and temperatures in the upper fifties and low sixties tomorrow mostly sunny and warmer it should reach ninety six in Livermore tomorrow eighty seven expected in Petaluma ninety nine in Sacramento tomorrow in San Jose eighty seven and in San Francisco should reach seventy two degrees currently at seventy two in San Carlos sixty five at the ocean in half moon bay in San Rafael it's eighty three and that to SFO it's sixty four degrees twenty times a day how it all the people going to the.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Needs sixty four degrees on our way today to seventy nine degrees some new information being revealed about the man charged with murdering a Gerry woman was found dead this week in a forest preserve in the south suburbs court documents show James McGee beat Sydney Nicole be cannon to death in his Gary apartment following a concert in Tinley park on July twenty seventy then put her body in a suitcase and dumped it in a forest preserve where it was discovered earlier this week he had apparently been date dating Buchanan for three months the field of candidates for the soon to be vacant cook county circuit court clerk seat is increasing income a Dorothy brown announced just yesterday that she would not be seeking another term former cook county commissioner Richard Boykin announced yesterday that he wants to be the next court clerk sometimes is reporting that former cook County Board president Todd Stroger Jr and former aldermanic Canada to Reese's Sarao are also interested in the position breathing polluted air could be bad as bad for you as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day a new study out this week looks at the long term effects of air pollution on the lawns in cities across the United States while a lot of communities have seen decreases in air pollution ozone has been on the rise people exposed to just three parts per billion over a decade have the same risk of emphysema as a thirty year pack a day smoker and those are the headlines of Luigi and sports sponsored by northwestern football Chicago's big ten team the white Sox almost came all the way back from a six run seventh inning hole scoring for than I've been getting the tying run a second before losing to the angels eight to seven was there Bray you homered twice for the socks Mike trout hit his fortieth for the angels game two tonight eight thirty here on WGN the Phillies scored six in the night Bryce Harper a walk off grand slam make that a run off as he raced around the bases after beating the cubs seven to five the cubs wasting ten strikeouts from Yu Darvish and homers from Rizzo and shorter bans Oberst one oh for three in his first game for triple a I was he continues to work his way back you ought Moncada the white Sox begins his minor league rehab tonight for Charlotte Justin Thomas J. some coke crack share of the lead heading around to the B. M. W. championship admit Donna there at seven under sixty five one shot up on five others with nine other golfers to off the pace Tiger Woods shot a first round seventy one the bears play preseason game number two tonight at the giants don't miss out on college football at Ryan field this fall the big ten west champion northwestern Wildcats host Ohio state Michigan state Iowa and more tickets on sale now at a news sports dot com Dave at WGN sports we know what it's like to hope for the first warm day after a never ending winter we felt the pain staring at brake lights on the Kennedy we know one slice of deep dish can be a meal but few can stop at just one where we interest mortgage and we called the.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty four degrees clear skies in Boston mostly sunny and beautiful today with low humidity and a high of eighty two morning it's Sunday August eleventh twenty nineteen I mark Cohen and here's what's happening financiers Jeffrey M. Steen found dead in his jail cell yesterday had been on formal suicide watch at the metropolitan correctional center in New York City but those orders were suspended on July twenty ninth and now the FBI is looking into how this could have happened here's ABC legal analyst royal Oakes people will be asking how do you kill yourself when two weeks ago you were on suicide watch given the high profile names linked socially to abstain over the years there's bound to be intense interest in the investigation into exactly how he died ABC's Stephanie Ramose reports that documents just released show abstain was involved with some prominent world figures a twenty fifteen defamation suit brought by Virginia Roberts Frey was unsealed the suit against Keeling Maxwell a long time I've seen associate and British socialite in deposition testimony goo phrase says that Max will recruited her to be a teenage sex slave to abstain adding she was later directed by Max will end up seeing to have sex with many quote powerful men and other world leaders some of those neat British royalty prince Andrew former governor and U. N. ambassador bill Richardson and the former influential senator from Maine George Mitchell all three men have strongly denied the allegations even though abstains death means he can't be prosecuted federal prosecutors say they are planning to continue their investigation into the sex abuse allegations signaling a possibility that other people may be charged a potentially dangerous disease has returned to Massachusetts the story from WBZ's Doug cope triple he is back the state department of public health says a human case of eastern equine encephalitis has been confirmed in Massachusetts the first of the state in six years officials say lab testing confirm the Tripoli virus infection and a man older than sixty from southern Plymouth county as a result state health officials have raised the Tripoli risk level to critical IT nine southeastern Massachusetts communities those are carver lake filled Merion Middleboro Rochester and where Hammond Plymouth county also Acushnet Freetown in new Bedford in Bristol county aerial spraying against mosquitoes that carry Tripoli is already begun in several towns and is expected to continue through the weekend Doug cope WBZ Boston's newsradio seventy nine year old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a seventy four year old wife late Friday night in Derry New Hampshire WBZ TV's Paul Burton report I heard.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Heard that time now we can't let you forget sold out of here just wanted TV every week okay so here guys great weather yesterday graded to be off on Wednesday anyway high temperature here his seventy nine degrees in the city eighteen months the seven I co co eighty one back at around here held retention this morning here got worse sixty four so about four degrees warmer compared to yesterday at this time is gonna be a beautiful day out there waiting for the sun come up to him sure right now sixty four degrees humidity not bad seventy percent no light northeast twenty three miles an hour sixty four here fifty five coca fifty five Lafayette sixty one Muncie fifty six Bloomington choose me fifty six degrees that comes in from Bedford and a fifty nine shall we also call center training camp during the day today great weather out there who maybe not bad at all take the sunscreen one o'clock semi nine three clay eighty one I'm quite him for eighty three highs this afternoon to climb in the eighties eighty three eighty four months eighty four Kokomo eighty three and the Lafayette in eighty to hear back on on terror how it's so great weather today forecast high eighty three two degrees below the average height eighty five in a record a hundred five degrees now set back in nineteen thirty four Sally picture raider composite man not much going on out there really quite across the country can't see a few showers back across the Dakotas down across Nebraska eventually I call friends coming our way but probably not until the first part of next week so future Gasser start things off at noon time today high pressure dominates so lots of sunshine here Chicago Detroit down around Evans who also wrote Louisville Kentucky yeah in the humidity not be assisted me agree even if you are heading out about mostly clear six PM eighty one ten o'clock seventy three been nice sixty nine and by the way sunset tonight at nine OO five during this evening temperatures tomorrow morning again not bad a Lowe's the upper fifties and lower sixties sixty three here fifty eight Lafayette in sixty back at our green castle Friday another nice day going to warm things up a little bit tomorrow in it will become a bit more human as well as we head into Friday this special hearing upcoming weekend temptress tomorrow eighty five here in the city eighty seven months eighty four Lafayette in eighty six on Friday that comes in from the commissary Saturday looks pretty good then I'm gonna jump ahead on Sunday there's a little bit of moisture coming out SO I think Sunday morning dry however my Sunday afternoon going to stick in a chance it may be a spotty shower thunder showers probably over doing here and then better rain chances coming in for Monday and Tuesday of next week is a Coleman does Sir to us out a line down weekend temperatures warm humid dry on Saturday high temperature eighty seven degrees on Sunday eighty degrees it was taken a chance in.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We have sixty four degrees at ten o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue. Guzman. Police are searching upon in Avon Connecticut for Jennifer Delos. The missing mother of five state police and boats have been searching, the body of water, which is about ninety minutes north of new Canaan and not far from Hartford. Officers are also looking onshore for any clues that will lead them to do lows, who's been missing for almost three weeks. New canaan. Police have also launched the new website, fine Jennifer Delos dot com and said so far they've received more than four hundred and seventy tips and eighty videos. I'm Lisa G, W, O, R news Suffolk County police are investigating the death of the seventy four year old man who was found shot to dead last night. They say are Meno race lived alone at a home on pen drive when neighbors couldn't get in contact with him on Tuesday, they called his son and his sons. Arrived. He found his father dead of a gunshot wound to the head. This will say it was a homicide. No indication. It was a home invasion, teenager stat after trying to rescue a three year old girl from a burning building in the Bronx. Authorities say nineteen year old Lucas Silverado race to the building and garden street and lug the toddler down fourteen flights early Sunday morning. The two made it down to the ground floor, but the girl the little one over had burns in over eighty percent of her body, and she died a day later so vario also suffered severe burns and cheap passed away today. President Trump says he probably listen, if foreign governments offered him some dirt on political opponents Trump made the startling emission in an exclusive interview with ABC news. I think maybe you do less. I think you might wanna listen. I don't this stuffing with listening. Well, the president asked if he would accept such information or handed over to the FBI. The president says nothing wrong with listening. Well, mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City is moving now to extend the. Cap and acted last year on the number of four hire vehicle such as Uber and lift. This follows a series of steps taken by the city over the last year aimed at protecting for hire drivers and industry specific minimum wage was established as well as the cap on new TLC licenses. The mayor says reaching the middle class while driving a cab is a thing of the past, and these rideshare companies came along. Unfortunately, we've found drivers were on a pathway to poverty, and so the cap is being renewed. N vehicles will have a time limit on cruising without passengers wall. South of Ninety-six street in Manhattan. It's going to help Tong. Claw, our streets is going to.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It is sixty four degrees right now, news is a service of carry out a motive dot com. She was sentenced to six months in jail five years ago for abusing her power as a judge in the years since Tracy hunter as appealed their conviction void being locked up. But maybe not for much longer that will judges finally ruled at hunter received a fair trial, and Hamilton Kelly, and that clears the way for her sentence to be carried out supporters of the former judge are hoping the sentence, it'll be set aside that decision up to handle the county judge Patrick Dinka locker new concerns about a deadly combination of drugs, on the streets of the tri-state Levin deaths, and heavily county over the last couple of days attributed to a mixture of cocaine and Fenton corner also believes that the mix may include a type of sedative that makes Narcan ineffective in trying to revive victims spike in overdoses as being reported in the Cleveland area's. Well should all high winds after bail out to struggling nuclear plants in northern Ohio, Ohio, houses approved a measure now to add. Fifty per month to all electric bills in the state, the money as we go to first energy solutions, they say those plans would have to close without some assistance, and emotional scene at a ballpark in Houston last night, little girl, taken to the hospital after being struck by foul ball center fielder. Albert Elmore junior up to bat against the Astros at minute maid park and sending a foul ball into the stands sizzler off into ESPN announcers detailing what happened. It hit. It hit a young child. So Al bore is really shake it up a young girl rushed to a hospital. Elmore more of says he knew right away that the ball hit someone Bollywood suck the most story life is many ballparks of added protective netting following other foul balls hitting fans the girl and her family were sitting beyond the netting along the third base dugout Michelle Franson, ABC news. News Radio seven hundred w. Sports. Here's a reg update after splitting a four game series with the pirates the reds have the day off today. They'll welcome in the Washington.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sixty four degrees at eleven o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue Guzman. President Trump is directing the intelligence community to fully cooperate with the department of Justice investigation into the origins of the special counsel. Probe Trump says he's giving attorney general Bill bar full of authority to declassify information. Pertaining to the investigation. Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly agreeing to pay forty four million dollars to set a lawsuit stemming from his alleged sexual assaults of women. The Wall Street Journal reports board members of his former film studio, and the New York attorney general's office have reached this agreement the deal will reportedly include thirty million dollars in cash for the alleged victims as well as former company employees creditors, and their lawyers, fourteen million will be set aside from legal fees. As the money will reportedly come from insurance policies. The anguished mother of Bronx teenager, brutally murdered at a Bronx data is reeling after seeing gruesome images in court today of her sons dying moments. Leandra Felice had to be carried out of court by officers after she shook uncontrollably, and started screaming after seeing a graphic clip for sunless Sandro junior goose monpolies with a state stab wound fatal to the neck. That was played. Prosecutors say go sponsor police was killed by suspected gang members in a case of mistaken identity five people are accused of conspiring to try and kill a witness to a mount Vernon shooting. Jason Garcia, an alleged member of the bloods, gang has been charged along with two of his girlfriend's with tempting to murder a witness from behind bars. Murderer a woman who says she saw a shooting carried out by Garcia that left two people. Seriously injured outside of a bar in two thousand sixteen Anthony, scar Pino Westchester county's DA says Garcia used a miniature two inch cell phone to try. Arrange the hit. I mean, earlier, visit prosecutors allege she gave Nursia a cellphone charger fi, mouth-to-mouth transfer during a visitation kiss, and the witnesses reportedly. Okay. I'm James flippin. W O, R news. A seventeen year old boy is facing charges for allegedly attacking an off duty firefighter, trying to help an elderly couple being harassed and then hadn't police are charging to MIR Johnson with assault in the incident last Saturday morning on east eighty sixth street in Manhattan Johnson, who was met by a line of firefighters, as he walked out of the police precinct said the off duty firefighter attacked his friend, I and he claims he was defending his friend. Police believe Johnson was with a group of teen guys and girls when he beat the thirty eight year old victim leaving him hospitalized with a concussion and some broken teeth and a puppy is being blamed for causing a disruption during tonight's rush. Hour on the subways MTA says the cocker spaniel named Marley got loose and ran on the tracks between herald square and forty second street around five forty pm. The Anna at least one of the dog's owners, still very worried about her puppy. She.
"sixty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty four degrees. Mostly cloudy, very breezy in Boston at eleven thirty. Good morning, teeny gal. Here's what's happening. A Bank robbery suspect is now in police custody after a hot pursuit by federal agents lusting nearly a month. His name is Daniel Rosado. Police say he walked into the Middlesex federal savings Bank in Davis square, in Somerville on may first fired off around and then exchanged gunfire with a responding officer, according to the US attorney's office resulted was arrested in a police raid early this morning at a home in Providence, Rhode Island after the Bank. Robbery and early may the suspects image capture by several security cameras. He had escaped after a foot chase and his gun and money were both knocked out of his hands by bystander Rosetto is expected to be arraigned this afternoon in Boston federal court celebrity chef Mario batali is facing a criminal charge on allegations that he forcibly kissed and groped a woman. At a Boston restaurant in two thousand seventeen according to the Suffolk County district attorney's office. But tally scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow on a charge of indecent assault and battery. The Suffolk DA's office also says a woman claims batali offer to take a selfie with her when he grabbed her and touched her without her consent. But tally is denying these charges. Meanwhile, he recently sold his stake in several restaurants, including easily at the prudential center in downtown after being accused of sexual misconduct and official the department of health and human services says that an unaccompanied ten year old girl, from L Salvador died, and US custody eight months ago. This brings the total number of migrant Challe debts after crossing a US border to six CBS news correspondent, Omar Villafranca is a mcallen, Texas with more on acting homeland security secretaries his testimony on Capitol Hill about the migrant situation at the southern border on Capitol Hill. Wednesday acting secretary of homeland security, Kevin Macalinsan was confronted. By illinois? Democrat Lauren Underwood about the situation at the border at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like in evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional policy choice being made on.
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"Memphis morning news, sixty four degrees. A few clouds out there. But not too bad. Birthdays coming up six thirty two aiming Goodson nutrition consultant, some items gluten free, but what percent actually are blatant for. You would think that would be one hundred percent, right. Not so fast eager MC beaver. That's not true. We'll talk to Amy Goodson coming up in just a bit. We've also got the top ten moneymaking apps that are out there for twenty nineteen and we've got so much more coming up for you on Memphis morning news. Glad to be here on this Tuesday weather is going to be absolutely absolutely gorgeous. Did you guys know about you know, who Sasha baron? Cohen is right. He's he's the one that played boron. And and he was in Talladega nights with will Ferrell. And he he likes to go incognito. He likes to go in change and indices and go interview pig. Grant interviews ask outlandish questions. They get people on cameras say some outrageous things. Remember, ROY Moore? He was the one that was going to try to fill Jeff Sessions seat in Alabama. Well, ROY Moore is suing Sasha baron. Cohen. The the former Alabama judge ROY Moore objects to the insinuation than he has a sex offender. Showtime has Sasha baron Cohen on with a show of his own. And they are they are butting heads in a lawsuit in Sasha baron Cohen's show who is America. Showtime and Cohen convinced the DC federal judge that the ninety five million dollar defamation lawsuit. Brought by ROY Moore belongs in New York. Not in DC. They were trying to transfer. The case ROY Moore is continuing that he was duped into appearing on the show or Cohen famously pointed advice at the controversial former Alabama judge to detect a sex offender was a made up item just beef. But it it did not paint ROY Moore in a good light. And he's suing and of course, Showtime is objecting to that. We'll have more as this as this weird lawsuit presses on. But that that is the latest in. Now, you are up to date on that. Let's turn our attention though to the New York Times. Many of you have at least online seeing the illustration and. Of of prime minister Netanyahu, and and Donald Trump. Joining us now is a co founder of the media line in American news agency based in Jerusalem, we say good morning to Michael Friedman. Michael thank you for joining me here in Memphis. How are you? Good. Thank you. Thank you so much with with this with this illustration, and it the New York Times, it it seemed like, okay. Well, it had to pass a lot of people to get approved. Can you tell us about what what they put in the New York Times for those that maybe did not see it? Of the problematic cartoon. Drew on onto figures that perhaps had they left out. They could have gotten away with it. The right of the image is a toll. Clearly, it's President Trump. He has the blonde hair. He's blind. Anything? Seeing service of on the head of the president, though is Jewish skullcap. Keep up. Being led the dog that's leading is kind of stylized dachshund along low low the ground animal whose face happens to look just like that of the prime minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, also perhaps part of where the problem comes more exacerbated is the fact that around the neck of the dog is a star of David. These images have triggered. I I can't remember this kind of reaction political cartoons since the killings in France. And. We're hearing all over the world people use us as a resource because we're they in American agency based in the Middle East and nothing has been getting the attention that this cartoon. Michael Jackson, joining us on on Memphis morning, news and. There's a in anti-semitism clamor came came from this. And what it what is it specifically? I mean, there are so many different things in there was there one thing amongst all of that that was considered maybe most frequently in the complaints that you heard the most anti semitic. You know, a lot of people who say, you know, political cartoons of life. If you're in the public eye expected a political cartoon, excuse me on one level can even be it a compliment that you're that with it in public consciousness that someone's gonna do a quick about you. So therefore, you know, suck it up and get over it. I think the problem with this particular cartoon is twofold, one it comes at a time when there's a tremendous amount of attention being paid to a sharp increase in anti-semitism in America Americans. Don't like to think that's going to happen at home, but it appears to be happening and the image that was portrayed in this cartoon was exactly reflecting as exit as well. It should be by a good cartoonist is going to be reflecting public debate. And the public debate, especially since the mid term elections has been the break in the once unit. Form support of Israel, and on Capitol Hill to the idea that, you know, it's okay to criticize the prime minister of Israel. You don't like government, but don't call that. Antisemitism. So the whole argument and the whole debate about what isn't semitism what's fair game. Once not was really would pave the way for this particular east to run. Then of course, there's the shooting, which is all extent. But the. The debate is it continues. So you have many people who are saying. No, okay. It's fair game. Because it's critical cartoon, but we're differs is that the images that were used really can be dated back to the holocaust era to actual Nazi images that were used to trust the Jews back in the you're the holocaust. It's it's almost as if the cartoonist through specifically intentionally at least that's what he's the Tuesday and many people claim rightfully so using those very images, he's leaving, no doubt. But that the intention event I submitted and you're talking about the the the long held anti semitic theory that that that Jews control other countries in that and that Jews make other countries puppets. And that's where a lot of hatred comes from is is from that theory, which is never of course, been been proven. But but. You seem to have been scapegoated throughout the years. Well, that very line of debate of argument of slandered is on is exactly what's going on. Now is a new member of congress when as far as to say that the foreign policy of the United States is being controlled by Israel or the influence of Israel on Capitol Hill is for the interest of Israel, and and the president who cow kost that kind of demand from the Israelis is doing at the expense and the risk to the people of the United States. Very powerful debate. It it's it's an ancient debate. Because on and on what's different now is that you have members of congress actually participating in that debate on both sides of the issue. Yeah. Hey, Michael where against a hard break. Could we have you back on sometime? I would I would really like to continue this because it is something that needs to be openly discussed and people need to be informed about thank you so much Michael for joining us on Memphis winning news. Thank you, six twenty four. Take a look at the road..
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"Top. You can see at their oak island images for Ed click on that the entire gallery is printed right there and nice and big. Hi rez. Okay. Ed nightingales research tonight, we are tying all of his work with oak island, and we're trying to unravel the mystery Ed we left off with images four and five. And now we promised the audience that we're going to get to twenty and twenty one and twenty two tonight. We're going to finish this presentation. So let's go straight to images six and seven. Okay. Image number six what we're looking at their now is we're going to start looking at the sky and how that relates to the Giza plateau in the pyramid. If you can see the underlying image is satellite image of the Giza plateau, three pyramids and banks. And you can see the spiral that goes into this. Thanks, the yellow circle is is the is in a clip, dick access view. In other words from delirium star. Software. What we can do is. We can look at the stars. And we can look at the ecliptic which is the path of the sun and the plane of the planets we could look at that in a circular view instead of on the edge. Like, we view it from the ground. We're looking at it from its axis view using the software. So what we're looking at is the constellations of the zodiac that you can see Leo is where the Spinks is directly at about seven o'clock, six and a half. Right. And and that would go around the there's thirteen constellations that that go around. And that's that's how this whole. O'clock is really set. And this this images taken on December twenty first twenty twelve. Now, the reason that that day is Tuesday for this alignment and his whole clock of literally though, several calendars. I've put together would be the the Gregorian calendar. The Hebrew calendar. The Mayan calendar all related, and it's from the geometry of the well in this case, the galactic alignment is on December twenty first twenty twelve which is a very logical point to measure from that we can see that like as the midnight. Port part of the of the clock. If you want to look at it like that and to clarify for everybody. The great pyramid is in blue purple over in the three o'clock position. This Finks is down at the bottom in the six o'clock position. Everything has shifted over ninety degrees. So here the orientation is west is at the top north is to the right where we would normally see east. Okay. But you can see the orientation of the Giza plateau in this respect how it lines up and then the constellations lie directly underneath the yellow circle. You have the sun over on the left Jupiter on the right? And you can clearly see the constellations underneath the yellow circle. So that's what we've got here. Correct in that angle of between Jupiter and the sun is a very important angle and all this. And if we were to look at it that happens to be the angle of the the grand gallery in the great pyramid is well, we don't won't get into that too much. But this one hundred and fifty three. Degrees is going to be important part of our key to locating the oak island portion of this. Okay. Let's go to number seven number seven. Okay. Here's where we really come into something. Now, this we covered on your show when I did seasons of the great here. This is the years zero in the Hebrew calendar. This is a view looking from the sphinx if we were looking directly toward the east from the sphinx at at the year, thirty seven sixty BC. On December twenty first that was five thousand seven hundred and seventy three years before the two two thousand twelve alignment, right? Which is significant in that there's five thousand seven hundred seventy three inches in height of the great pyramid. So this is all encoded in this calendar. And that is the year zero the Hebrew, and the reason that it's pointing that out is that at ninety degrees directly vertical is the galactic plane. So our alignment to the galactic plane is at ninety degrees in that dotted line that goes straight up. Yep. Okay. And at this time. Serious is directly on the horizon as well on the horizon is a star regulus in Leo. Which is extremely important right with with everything with everything with right? This is another alignment similar to a galactic alignment, we have a regular wineman and and its relationship to the galactic plane now if we look at that we can see that Ryan is clearly there in. It's there's very important angles editor associated with that. So first let's start off with the galactic plane is at ninety degrees serious is about thirty degrees off of east to this towards the south on the horizon. Now, if we look we can see the please, which is another very important star cluster that's involved in this whole calendar. The please is at sixty four degrees on an angle up. If we draw a line from on the horizon and the galactic plane were they intersect. Sixty four degrees. We can see the please. And if we look at forty three point two degrees. We can see the m forty two nebula in Orion. And we look at thirty three degrees of an angle we can see that lines right up with the bottom of Orion. Hawaiian standing literally on that angle. And then we can see that at seventeen degrees above the horizon is the nebula m forty two and so those numbers right there that I just presented on this page are gonna give us the longitude of oak island. Now, let me let me let me just jump in here. The the audience is looking at image number seven at thirty seven sixty BC on the date of December twenty first of all these numbers. Dates that we are very familiar with on this show. Right. But they are wondering right now, how is it possible that we're gonna go from thirty seven sixty BC Giza plateau regulus, right serious, the galactic plane at ninety degrees Orion right there that all of this is going to tie into oak island today. And you just said I want you to repeat what you just said about the long to. Okay. Once again, what they're doing is marking this date, and and they're using the numbers that I just gave you to to place at the longitude it it. It will be the longitude of oak island at sixty four degrees. Seventeen. Sixty four degrees. Seventeen minutes and thirty three seconds in longitude is right at the the the triangle on oak island. Okay. And we're gonna get to that in a little bit everybody. But number seven we're gonna come back to this. And I want you to remember that let's jump straight ahead now to image images number eight and nine okay image number eight is just looking at a Google earth image with the typical north being to our top of the page east to the right? And so on. Now, if if we go to image number nine. We can see. Now, I've turned the image ninety degrees. So that north is to the right and west is to our top of our image as the way, the Giza temple is laid out. And the reason for that is is because they are tracking the path of the sun east to west that being the most important direction of the path of of motion now okay season for that. And now Ed I want everybody to look underneath where it says east at the bottom of the image in number nine. And there you go and those numbers too, by the way on the image. There are very close one when you take a picture on Google earth there the mouse kind of moves around. So those aren't the precise longitude. Due to latitude. But I will get to that in in the next image will show you the actual images directly from the. Yeah. Because you could you could move your mouse and get it to line up. Exactly to those numbers by. Yeah. I was trying to capture that image. And I couldn't get it to read out the exact won't latitude I wanted to. But I've got it marked on the next slide or two. Well, it's beautiful because all the numbers are there. Yes. All the numbers of their sixty four seventeen thirty two eighty seven ninety forty four thirty forty eight. Yeah. That is a way way beyond coincidence. You know, there's you can't really make a case that it's uh. Yeah. It's just fascinating fascinating. Okay. Let's jump to image number ten. Okay. Image number ten now is a Templars document that was presented on on the oak island show there, and I'd love to discuss this with those folks because if you see all those little marks and ticks in their little wines at points. The places are can account for every one of those in the temple, and I'll show you most of them here before the end of the show. How old is this from how does this map? This was in believe the. In thirteen hundreds. I believe right. It was it was a there was a woman. I believe. That was writing a book that came across this document. It's a template document, and they talk about the picking treasurer to Oakland, the Cremona document. Maybe. Yeah, I believe I believe that might be the one. Yeah. Okay. Now, let's go to number eleven. Okay. So here we go number eleven now. Right there in the center where the star is is the longitude and latitude taken from the numbers from the Hebrew years zero which is sixty four degrees. Seventeen minutes thirty three seconds, west longitude and forty four degrees, thirty minutes and fifty seconds. Now, the forty four we we didn't quite cover that too much. But that that square the ELO square that were the Finks is is positioned. Happens to be the forty four square in the eight by h lamb the sequence. Thanks. So the number forty four came from the position of the sphinx is in the forty four square. It's in the forty four square. If you go back to image number five, you can see right there words labeled the sphinx, right? And it's labeled as number forty four. Okay. And there's there's fifty notes in our scale. So there's are fifty seconds and thirty minutes. We had thirty degrees were serious was thirty degrees off of east. So every every number in the longitude and latitude or directly from what do I presented this on your show before these numbers? So there's really no that's where I recognize them as I was looking at the numbers on. The the Hebrew calendar. I was very familiar with those and how was looking oak island with the the Google earth. And I suspected something several years ago that there would be something to this. And I just kept putting it off and put off and I finally sat down and within a half an hour. I figured this out. Now, everybody's asking we've got two minutes. Ed worthy star. Is this intersection? Where is it? It's right at the tip of the triangle swamp. And if we when we go to the next one, you'll see it's actually also right on the main leg of Nolan's cross. Okay. So that's an image number twelve. Yeah. Image number twelve. Actually, if we go to that center, would I did there was if we go to that center and just draw our two hundred and fifty nine point two degree angle that goes right through the head of the sphinx it points right to the oak trees on the island now at two thousand five hundred nine or two thousand five hundred twenty. You know, what were the odds of that showing up? Right. And if you're familiar like you are with the template you that would be the first number. You would recognize one out of the gate I run out of the gate right out of the gate. Yep. Which is the great year the great year. Correct. And it also I believe that Smith's cove in these box drains are located with that that live right there too. Again, this and I want everybody to realize if you go back to image number six and number seven as we started this. And these numbers were presented, and I said how can this.
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"Twelve hundred w. Oh AI. Cloudy skies today and tomorrow, highs around seventy five sunshine, Wednesday, high seventy five and against fog advisory this morning until ten a m sixty four degrees now at W O AI. Last night. The big winner. Patriots next year this time, the state of Texas could be the bed Guignard thanks to the possibility of legalize sports betting. Jim. There you go. Again, that's coming up in the legislature a measure introduced by state Representative Eddie Lucio from Brownsville would legalize sports betting in the state of Texas. This follows the US supreme court ruling that came down in two thousand seven that struck down a federal law the ban sports betting in most states with the exception, obviously of Nevada and New Jersey Justice Samuel Alito said a federal law prohibiting states from allowing sports betting violates the tenth amendment, which is the amendment, which grants all the powers dot delineated to congress to the people are to the states and Justice Alito said, quote, it's as if federal officers were installed in state legislative chambers and were armed with the thority to stop legislators from voting on any offending proposals. A more direct affront to state sovereignty is not easy to imagine. So the legislature will discuss this one of the real moving forces behind this in Texas is Mark Cuban. He sees this has obviously the owner of the Dallas Mavericks as a way to reverse declining TV viewership of big league sports all of the three. Major leagues have seen TV viewing slip over the last couple of years. Just simply because there's just too many other choices these days with streaming and and so forth. And his vision is that you would for example, be watching last night's Super Bowl and down at the bottom where they have the score and the time left and everything else. You would also see kyron or a ticker. There will say we'll Tom Brady's next pass be more or less than ten yards bet right now. And you'd bet on your phone how addictive with that bay. And it would be minor prop bats, the league's would not only see in their estimation viewership increase, but they would also obviously get a cut of this action. And they see this as being a way that you could avoid the sorts of betting the lead to the black SOX scandal back in nineteen nineteen that tore apart major league baseball. These would be minor bats with the idea being that major league athletes who are making millions of dollars a year would not be corrupted to throw a player to do something different like because there's some fat out there at poughkeepsie is betting ten bucks. Obviously there is as you might expect. There is serious opposition to this the Baptist. General convention of Texas says that gambling preys on the weak it preys on the poor. When you take a look at where sales, for example of lottery tickets are strongest there from areas of communities where poverty is the highest. And once again, they point out that when the Texas lottery was approved back in the early nineteen nineties, we were all promised who was going to support education. Well, guess what it doesn't? So they're saying we can't count on gambling to increase the finances of the state. This would only damage further the vulnerable people who are more likely to participate in this especially big as easy as some of the proposals that have been set out. So right now, I wouldn't count on this being approved. I would not count on you being able to bet on your phone on what's happening in Super Bowl twenty twenty because right now, it looks like the tides are against this maybe coming up in the next decade. But probably not in this. All right, Jim. Thank you very much. News director, Jim Forsyth morning commentary. Gyms back in one hour at eight ten Michael palca host the pure Okocha podcasts before seven thirty. Our.
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"Records. Said there in south Florida this week. The kind of thing I'd be complaining about though. Gee whiz. Monday record cold. Hale in comparison to what we're dealing with. But marathon right there in the middle of the keys had a high of sixty four degrees Monday. I'll trade for that. No heartbeat. But apparently that was the coldest high temperature on record there for January the twenty eight then Naples only hit fifty seven on Monday. Also, a record for the coldest high on that date. Not record Mondays high at Fort Myers was just fifty six now the coldest high since about twenty ten there. So I guess you've you've had a little bit of a chiller in southern Florida dean. Oh, I had to figure out how my eating work the last couple of days. I never turned it on the whole time. I bought the house two years ago. I never turned it onto a few days ago works pretty good. I had no idea how to work it all new to me. We had a little fire in in backyard today by the pool and a little bit going, and that was interesting, and I have fireplace in my house, but I never ever use it because it's already do darn hot. So what's the point of having a fireplace? And makes no sense whatsoever. I mean, that's how many people in Florida would have a fireplace in their house. I guess. Came with the house. You know, I didn't put it in. And I didn't understand it. If I'm gonna have when I I would prefer to have a gap one that I could just flip a switch. But now this is a full would fireplace ill as an old brick one. And what happened my wife updated at all when nice Italian tile and stuff like that looks real pretty now. Of course, that's what she's good at. You know, she's got that. I fact and for me, I'm just old school school one thing. I wanted to mention you can you can vouch for this. Stephen a lot of the people that I've taken on his clients over the years. I used to do your shows ten years ago even five years ago, especially when you get on Sirius radio, we had a total influx of calls. I had a lot of clients that have taken over the years and a lot of repeat clients over the years that have referred many other people to me, and obviously I've gained friends over the years. Just wanna let everybody know, you know, for for all the people that I've talked to recently for the beginning of this year that I consider friends they've got me on speed dial. I know who they are by voice when they call me. Yeah. I pray for y'all every day every single day. I hear everything that's going on with families and with illnesses, and what have you and just want you to know that you're all in my prayers, and I certainly hope that you have a blessed new year, and I truly mean that very very sincere in that respect. And obviously sharp dressed man, he goes above and beyond promote my business and. Either really grateful. I really appreciate him as well. Big daddy's having some health issues. Hope everyone puts them some prayers out there for him and many others out there, obviously, I will go on and on and making everybody. But just watch them thinking about you. And I certainly hope the best for you in the new year. Well, that's funny. You mentioned the sharp dressed man because he was waiting to say hi to you..
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"Sixty four degrees in San tan valley. Early weather brought to you by Howard air. I'm Bob McClay on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Get some perspective. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes KTAR news on ninety two three SM. We're talking about perspective, especially when it comes to the government shutdown that is now in day twenty five I mean, if it's not really. Is it twenty? I think it's coming up on twenty six day. Okay. See that's the thing though. Steve. Again, the voice you're hearing. There is Steve urban Irvine. I'm doing well doing well. Have yet to be named the crocodile. So that's good. Yes. Yeah. Twenty five twenty six how about this? It's the record K. We've never had shut down this long before. But is it really impacting you a lot of people listening right now going, no. But there are those TSA workers you've got folks within the FDA. You've got a lot of people that you may not think about that are still showing up to work that are not getting a paycheck. We know that certain concourses and terminals different airports have had a slowdown because of TSA and the question becomes Steve should federal workers walk off the job if they're not getting a paycheck yet, they're working are they are they required to be there. Well law says that they're not allowed to strike. Okay. But they may walk off the job. Anyway. I mean, the the reality is at some point people, get frustrated, and they see very little action coming from Washington. And at some point they they say we have to do something. Force this in in realistically workers might walk off the job and in in causing a little pain and heartache and distress for people to the point where they start calling their congressmen, and they start demanding something happen. And in the pressure builds then for these guys to get together, and actually and this shutdown and fix this problem. I think it's I think it's a distinct possibility if this continues to go for another couple of weeks. Okay. So we asked folks on our open mic line six zero two two hundred two seven three three should federal workers walk off the job. I mean, if they did do you really think this president would fire them? Now. Take a listen to what folks around the valley had to say, this is a new Encinas, and I don't think they should walk off the job per se. But I do think they should look for other jobs. Imagine if this was not the federal government, if this was just a private employer that hadn't paid you for a month. Would you keep going to work? What would you look for another job? Right. I don't think it's any different because providing for your family comes first. Yes, they should walk out. They could just have everybody have the blue flu since they have the blue shirts. And if I was one of the federal security officers that worked around the the White House and all those places I wouldn't show up either. Let them guys. Know what it's like. All right. So they're not getting paid right now. But I think there's always been this assumption that they will eventually get paid, right? They'll get their back pay. It takes an act of congress in order to do that. It's not guaranteed that for load workers will get back pay. And last Friday congress actually made that official the government employees fear treatment act passed by congress and passed overwhelmingly four hundred and eleven out of four hundred and thirty five members voted. Yes, that means Republicans voted for it. Democrats voted for it. The president says, yes, we'll sign it. And this law, basically guarantees that in this shutdown and any shutdown going into the future. Those workers will get back pay and there were seven people that voted no two of them right here from Arizona Representative Paul gosar in Representative Andy Biggs, both opposed. This Bill and for a very interesting reason, why they basically said look shutdowns are a tool, they're employed. There's something that we can use to work out these issues. They even argued the shutdowns are good because they bring people to the table and to compromise. Listen to the statement from gosar shutdowns have historically served to push both parties to compromise and resolution. This Bill eliminates the impact and urgency, a shutdown creates and rewards bureaucrats and swamp dweller so you hear that you air traffic controllers and UTSA guys, and you food inspectors out there, wildland firefighters who aren't getting paid your swamp. Dwellers according to our congressman and getting the pay that you are supposed to be getting weeks after you earned it. You're being rewarded for that? It's not something that you're old. You're rewarded for that sort of thing? This really kind of ticked me off. Because point we're basically saying look we want the shutdowns to cause pain. We want people to suffer. And it's our way of getting our way rather than sitting down at the table like adults and fixing the problem. It's like, let's turn the screws as much as we possibly can to have the pain maximize in order to get what we want in your doing that on the backs of people that don't have the power that don't have the power to come to the table in negotiating you do and they don't and yet you want to hang this over their head and and put this on their backs when they're trying to feed their families when they're trying to pay their mortgages when they're trying to do their job in the only thing that they've done was potentially make the questionable choice of working for the federal government. The federal government workers are always caught in the middle of the shutdowns. And they happen with great regularity. We've had to in the last couple of years. It seems like we have. One every year. And then they're always resolved by not really solving the problem. Congress comes back. There's a stalemate they say, well, let's just end this past another temporary spending Bill, and then we'll deal with it. Another six months down the road, and that's not solving this problem. So this idea that it brings both parties to the table for a compromise. No, folks, a shutdown is a failure to compromise compromise would be both sides sitting at the table giving a little and coming up with a solution over this. But instead it's one side or the other and both sides are at fault. Here always holding the government, and these eight hundred thousand employees hostage because they have some issue that they've just got to get on the table and gotta get past. And it doesn't matter. How many people suffer as result? And when you talk about the government being shutdown over policy disputes. That's not what we've heard in years past. I mean, we're we're going into unchartered territory here. And if I were a federal worker, I hear be prepared this. Could happen again. And not only could it the likelihood of a government shutdown is going to happen again. So what do you do if you are a federal worker, we know so many people live paycheck to paycheck? How do you put some away for a rainy day when the government shutdown the next time because it will happen? I think Steve what you're going to see are a lot of people that are fed up that go, you know, what? Yeah. I might not walk off the job per se, but I'm not going to return to it. I'm gonna go find something else. I'm going to control what I can control because I can't control what the government does something to make people really mad about this. I government shutdown were members of our military are.
US Jobs Teport: Wages grow at fastest rate in decade as 250000 jobs added
"Saudi Arabian sisters whose bodies washed up on the banks of the Hudson river last week WNYC's. Danny Lewis has more sixteen year old Farah and Twenty-three-year-old Rotana Farah had been missing for several months before their bodies were found duct taped together and fully clothed with no obvious signs of trauma. Police say the two were originally from Saudi Arabia but had lived in a shelter in Virginia after running away from home in Virginia last year. Officials say the sisters had accused family members of domestic abuse. And had said they would rather kill themselves then returned to Saudi Arabia. Police. Investigators said hours before their bodies were found a passer-by saw the two women praying by the river, a twenty seven year old New York man has been convicted of murder in the beating and stabbing death of a party guest in a luxury apartments whose them buried in New Jersey Manhattan jury found James Rackover guilty in the twenty sixteen death of Joseph communally, the men had met at a nightclub and invited some women to rack over suburban on Manhattan's east side by the next morning. The twenty six old coming was dead. To other party goers are charged in the attack and will be tried later. Actor Alec Baldwin has been charged with assault and harassment after he was arrested for allegedly striking a man in the face during a dispute over a parking spot outside East Greenwich village, building Baldwin was taken into custody just before two pm today and released two hours later accord appearance has been scheduled for November twenty sixth Baldwin didn't come in. As he walked past reporters and photographers to awaiting SUV. Sixty four degrees. Now, light rain, some fog. Maybe heavier showers overnight Ma possibly a thunderstorm and a wind advisory in effect tomorrow.
New York Weather Report
"Clear skies and wins that have calmed down here these overnight hours, and we're looking at a gesture of about forty two of the fiber rose to thirty two northern west Wednesday. We're looking at a high of sixty four degrees. Five degrees warmer than normal. Great weather for trick or treating sunset and afterwards. The temperature should be about sixty degrees in the city and about fifty five to fifty to our north and west suburbs. For thursday. We kick off November with sunshine, seventy degrees. And we're looking at rain on Friday rain off and on all day, high sixty eight rain in the Friday night and into Saturday morning, but Sarah, Louis got sunshine, fifty seven degrees and we've got beautiful weather for the marathon on Sunday sunshine, fifty five degrees or marathon Sunday race time temperature start should be about forty seven.
Indiana bishop under investigation in Harrisburg
"To the newsroom and Vic Vaughn, thanks, Nick. It's mostly cloudy. Sixty four degrees at O'Hare. Chicago police officers were shot at this morning on the city's south side not much is known about the incident as of yet it happened sometime between midnight and one near ninety fifth and Perry we do know that the offender was loaded into the back of an ambulance. No word yet on the extent of the injuries. It appears no
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Maria Vigano and Cohen WBZ discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Now a former Vatican official is calling on pope Francis to resign former archbishop Carlo, Maria Vigano says she informed upon of, sexual abuse allegations against cardinal Theodore McCarrick back. In, two thousand thirteen but the pope never replied to
Catholics can take steps to expose priests' sexual abuse in the Church
"News, time, is three. O'clock let's get to the newsroom, in Vic Vaughn thanks Nick, fair skies in sixty four degrees at O'Hare governor Rauner signed a Bill creating a merit based scholarship program for Illinois students and a task, force that acts as a liaison between high schools and colleges governor says it's an initiative focused to making college cheaper and Illinois enrollment. At public universities and, community colleges in Illinois have dropped by
Trump prepares to announce Supreme Court pick
"Of sunshine this afternoon and it will be hot will be up around ninety eight degrees we get their that will tie daily record high for denver set in nineteen eighty nine tonight down to about sixty four degrees with clear skies and light win it's a hot one again tomorrow right back to around ninety six we stay in the nineties for the rest of the week from cbs four i'm meteorologist chris spears on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm is how we've got ninety two degrees at aurora the heat record for denver on this day is ninety eight and we could get there again today in the meantime cbs sports crispier says this summer has a chance to be the hottest on record in denver today will be day number twenty eight with temperatures at ninety or higher in denver at this point in two thousand twelve we were at twenty five days so we're currently outpacing that record hot year back in two thousand twelve denver hit ninety degrees or higher seventy three times between the months of may and september from cbs four i'm meteorologist chris beers on koa newsradio local company is on the front line of the cave rescue in thailand inter map technologies have douglas county created a three d map and model of the flooded cave where rescuers are racing to bring out the soccer players and their coach supporting them with this intelligence that they can't otherwise you know make really efficient decisions without so things like the depths things like the flow factors where water is likely to go as these water levels rise the companies patrick blots so far eight of the boys have been rescued crews are preparing to go back into the cave to bring out the remaining four boys and their coach president trump is said to announce his nominee to the supreme court this evening abc supreme court reporter kate shaw says judge amy coney barrett is the conservative favourite at this point she's young she can easily serve on the court for four decades she's viewed as very conservative probably the most conservative of the four finalists and she does seem to be the safest vote to overturn roe versus wade if in fact that's what the president wants in his nominee as he promised repeatedly during the campaign and you can hear the supreme court announcement on koa newsradio at seven o'clock at the lake christine fire nearby salt the citations issued a two people accused of accidentally started the fire by shooting tracer amunition have now been upgraded to felony arson warrants fires burn close to six thousand acres and it is thirty one percent contained the dow industrials closing up today three hundred twenty points s and p five hundred gaining twenty four the nasdaq up sixty eight this news is brought to you by armor roofing our next news updates at two thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm.
Supreme Court says Trump's travel ban is legal
"Revive year period making him the eighteenth highest prescriber in new york sloan pleaded not guilty at his arraignment today so as attorney says narcotics or appropriate for treating some kinds of chronic pain an accounting the pills prescribed is misleading and in new jersey governor murphy still has not reached a budget deal with the legislature lawmakers in his own party say the disagreement comes over murphy's plan to raise taxes but political columnist charlie style of the record newspaper says the fight dates back to the last election on the governor failed to defend senate president steve sweeney from attacks by the teacher's union this fostered the impression that murphy really wanted sweeney taken out and it lingers and so there is this bad blood between the two the budget deadline is june thirtieth tonight partly cloudy low around sixty four degrees currently seventy four degrees at five oh six support for npr comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs and new screener questions to build their shortlist preferred candidates learn more at indeed dot com slash higher from npr news this is all things considered i'm mary louise kelley the us supreme court today upheld president trump's travel ban decision that grants braun power to the president on matters involving immigration and national security the vote was five to four with the courts conservatives pleasing policing few limits on presidential power in this regard the dissenting liberal justices accused the majority of making a historic mistake here's npr legal affairs correspondent nina totenberg just seven days after taking office president trump signed the first version of the travel ban leading to chaotic scenes in airports across the globe the first and second versions of the travel ban were struck down by the lower courts and today a five justice supreme court majority upheld version three writing for the majority chief justice john roberts said that the constitution and the existing federal laws grant exceptionally brought a thorough eighty to the president the language of the statute quote exudes deference to the president he said if the president finds that the entry of certain aliens would be detrimental to the interests of the united states they may be kept out of the country trump's twelve page proclamation in version three is more than enough to meet that standard he said especially when coupled with the elaborate administrative review that took place before enacting the third version of the ban turning to the challengers claim that the travel ban was based on an unconstitutional bias against muslims the chief justice did not dispute president trump's consistently anti muslim statements but he said the issue before us is not whether to denounce the statements it is instead whether those statements have any significance whether they ultimately matter in light of the neutral language adopted in version three the upshot of our precedents is clear robert said the court should not inhibit the president's flexibility in responding to changing world conditions and any court inquiry into matters of national security is highly constrained roberts declared that as long as the president presents an explanation for the travel ban that is quote plausibly related to a legitimate national security objective he is on firm constitutional ground at the white house president trump was jubilant calling the decision a tremendous victory for the american people the roy shows that all of the attacks from the democrat politicians are wrong but among national security experts across the political spectrum there was distinct disappointment john bellinger served in a variety of national security positions in the george w bush administration after nine eleven it's still a pig but the administration is but just enough lipstick on it too pretty for five of the nine justices the court majority he said focused more on the office of the presidency than on president trump the result is unfortunate but it's not surprising given that the third version of the travel ban has corrected enough of the legal deficiencies in the first two versions for the majority of the justices stop hold it david cole is legal director of the aclu today's decision is one of the courts historic failures to live up to its obligation to defend the rights of the most vulnerable from those who are most powerful and university of chicago constitutional law scholar as hook condemned the decision contending that because there was rare evidence in this case of a presidential bias against a single religious group today's court ruling marks a profound change and bob i think is a real shift in the law the.
Red Hen and Sanders: Can restaurants refuse to serve?
"Language translation he hasn't been asked yet to translate inside any facilities that had taken in children from the border after our red hen restaurant in virginia refused to serve trump's spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders a completely different red haning connecticut felt the backlash wfan choose terry sheridan reports the red hand in old saybrook has no connection to the restaurant that asked sanders to leave but owner shall lead a proto says the phone started bringing off the hook saturday morning with threats and phony takeout orders she tells the day newspaper that a yelp rating plummeted from four point five to two in less than a day to proto says yelp has agreed to remove all post from saturday and will work to restore her rating supporters of the connecticut restaurants have also been active taking to social media to defend the red hand sunny skies for new york city today highs near seventy six degrees with north easterly breezes tonight should be partly cloudy lows around sixty four degrees and other nice day tomorrow partly sunny with a high near seventy seven with some rain tomorrow night support for npr comes.
Officer, Normandy Park and Brian Calvert discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"Up on komo news we will have the latest on an officer involved shooting at happened this morning in normandy park and gone the way if he didn't like the first lady's coat you might like this one i'm brian calvert with the north west company that's been busy the past four hours sixty four degrees cloudy skies komo news time twelve thirty administration says reunifications have begun between migrant children who are separated from their parents questions remain about the future of thousands of kids still in shelters abc's gio benitez is on the us mexico border so many of these children aren't even by the border anymore they've actually been sent out to shelters all across this country twelve different states but now we're told that the government has actually reunited about five hundred families activists say some of the parents have already been deported despite a tweet from the president telling republicans to hold off on trying to pass an immigration bill until after the november election the gop says it's moving forward with negotiations hardline conservative bill failed in the house yesterday the house has passed a bipartisan bill aimed at fighting the opioid epidemic it lifts some limits on prescribing a drug used to treat opioid addiction and includes screening for abuse as part of medicare's initial exam before the bell on wall street the dow is up one hundred seventy three points scott goldberg abc news stay connected stay informed komo news good afternoon it is sixty four under cloudy skies in seattle i'm rick van cise top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center an officer.
Strike paralyzes Nicaragua capital as talks to resume Friday
"To the ground in nicaragua a new round of talks is scheduled today involving the country's president daniel ortega and opposition groups as maria martin reports this follows eight weeks of deadly protests and yesterday's national strike general strike virtually paralysed sneak our shops and businesses closed streets were practically deserted the strike was called by a broad coalition including business religious and student groups they want the no las vegas to make substantial changes including early elections and an end to the state violence largely responsible for taking over one hundred sixty lives i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and this is wnyc in new york at six forty four good morning i'm david i sixty four degrees in central park it will be partly sunny today with a high of seventy six not seeing any significant transit delays at this time gambling men and women in new jersey now have another subject to bet on sports hundreds of people converged on the monmouth race track near the jersey shore to make wagers on the first day of legal sports betting in the state whyy reporter eugene son found that many of them expect to come back soon and often how often do you think it'd be making some sports patch every day.
Can Trump and Kim end the 68-year-old Korean War?
"President trump north korean leader kim jong un getting ready for historic meeting with plenty i stake while north korea has been silent in terms of outlining its goals for the summit the us has made it clear that it's a it's a commitment from pyongyang to denuclearize president trump has acknowledged that this may be the first of several meetings and even if north korea pledges to rid the country of nuclear weapons there is still the thorny issue verify fox's john decker much improvement on your roads across the mile high metro police have cleared that crash on i twenty five southbound at university that had closed the right and center lanes i twenty five is now wide open north to south i seventy also looks good saying for i seventy six only two seventy eastbound is seeing heavy volume from i twenty five to vasquez forecast calls for partly cloudy day your overnight low drops down to sixty four degrees tomorrow a high of ninety seven under mostly sunny skies and monday a high of eighty five degrees it is currently ninety three degrees with your traffic and weather i'm tammy veal six thirty k hal kelly just me eighteen the crazy trim around no one throws a party like.
Guatemala volcano: Search for survivors continues as threat of another eruption looms
"Seven hundred wwl w currently sixty four degrees panic and plenty of it a search and rescue teams running for their lives yesterday following more reports of another eruption near quantum allah what a is volcano of buyer is erupting yet again causing massive evacuations rescue crews sent in to find survivors having to flee to save their own lives the volcano violently erupted days ago devastating nearby towns fire shooting into the sky while floods of molten lava tear down the mountainside the death toll is on the rise at least seventy confirmed deaths with many more expected abc's victor oh kendo reporting today police captain james graham key is out at cincinnati's emergency call center is being moved to a different department and the city's chief technology officer jason done is taking over he was previously the director of the hamilton county emergency communications center news radio seven hundred wwl sports scissor edsa carlos gonzalez homered among his three hits chris i annette also deep rockies hold off the reds live signed at great american ballpark nine to six gonzalez hit the.