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"Stray showers and some patchy fog on the coast low tonight forty five north and west closer to fifty right by the coast tomorrow morning we start off with some rain right by the coast as well but then all of a C. some some throughout the rest of the afternoon high in the mid sixties tomorrow night cloudy in the fifties and then for your Sunday maybe a couple of morning showers but otherwise a mix of sun and clouds not a bad day to get outside high just but I just about sixty five degrees north and west seventy in some spots it is fifty four right now some showers in Pittsfield I see sixty one degrees in western shower just moved through there and
Fresh "Sixty One Degrees" from The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"To see. Bobby. And how you? Sean is going to be seen. 'em doing this morning here in Bethlehem we broadcast live to you from it fifty nine degrees going onto a high of seventy today. It's cloudy with peaks of Sunshine here there sixty one in Strasbourg seventy, four by cloudy in some sun also in Newark new. Jersey? It is sixty one degrees. And cloudy high of seventy with peaks on sixty three in New York City, seventy four, the high partly sunny in Atlanta is sixty eight right now going to a high of eighty one today and partly cloudy Miami's eighty two degrees eighty eight for the high partly cloudy with the possibility of some showers fifty seven in Chicago fifty nine we'll be that today mostly cloudy and in Los. Angeles Senate degrees ninety one for the high clear in a city that's half or you are was looked like where you are by below income until you live from showing how the morning show featuring Cindy J. will you wanna start exactly in Cologne where you get your morning started right we have the morning buzz everyone and I guarantee you guys before nine am here on a Friday morning. Your. Head will be buzzing. So don't go nowhere for that. We also have a front page news with Cindy. J.. Where we will give you the weather. I mean the news locally nationally I heard and all over the place. So you got stay tuned for that with us you have army and there be some hard split Y'all stay to. Everybody..
Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records in Boston
"Air in Boston the mercury reached a wildly unseasonable seventy two degrees over the weekend that smash the record of sixty one degrees for the day set in one most recently twenty seventeen it was also only the fourth time since records began being kept in eighteen seventy two but by Austin saw any January day reach seventy or
So much for winter: Temperature reaches record-breaking numbers in Boston
"We're gonna get a reprieve from the winter weather that we would normally see right now in early January today's high in Boston is forecast to hit sixty three degrees and if we had that it'll break a record high of sixty two degrees that was set back in nineteen seventy five right now it's about fifty five degrees I wandered over to the Boston common right now I'm seeing people walking their dogs some people jogging through the park there's no snow on the ground in the park that's and that's a nice added as well no ice to deal with no slippery sidewalks just a wonderful day to get out and you know what tomorrow if you don't make it out today you've got another chance to do to get out again tomorrow we'll see a high forecast at sixty six degrees if we do have that that would break the record of sixty one degrees last reached back in twenty seventeen so great day maybe just to head out to downtown visit restaurant maybe set out on us is the enjoy some sidewalk seating or something but whatever you do if you can try and get out and
What's The Best (Perfect) Temperature for Sleep?
"So I did you get a good night's sleep last night okay if not check the temperature of your room so apparently people who sleep in cold environments that tend to fare better not only do they sleep better like a longer duration of sleep but the quality of sleep is actually much better as well you know we're told to keep our our our new no temperature at about sixty eight degrees but usually that's the power companies telling you to do that it has to do with money like now and energy usage not necessarily health so what's the perfect temperature sixty one degrees sixty one that's really cold right now sixty one degrees that is that is the best temperature for sleep this according to the Atlantic dot com they did they did a big study on on the the quote other studies that run on this but instead on the event by the way that study wasn't paid for a company that makes flannel PJ no no no it's not may I have even been linked to basic math functioning of your body's own heat regulation cycles you know you get kind of cold when you get tired that is that your natural that's what's supposed to happen I mean I like a cold but sixty one is down there and so I love it so call now yeah I do yeah nothing I mean it's great you get all those blankets piled up
Chicago could have its warmest Christmas Day in 25 years
"Chicago with its warmest Christmas and Christmas Eve and decades there've only been eight Christmas is in Chicago where temperatures have top fifty degrees since the records began in eighteen seventy one at Christmas twenty nineteen is expected to be number nine with highs forecast in the mid fifties several Midwest cities respecting unseasonably warm weather does have you dreaming of a White Christmas are gonna have to settle for a warm one that is going to be one of the warmest Christmas is we've had on record for shooting for sixty one degrees for Christmas Dave Louisville could it's sixty eight degrees breaking a record set in eighteen ninety
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty one degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock good evening I'm Suzanne sauce well here's what's happening congressman Adam Schiff confirms the White House whistle blower has reached agreement to testify before Congress ABC's David Wright has more according to the intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff the whistle blower needed to be reassured that there would be some privacy to their testimony that means no White House lawyers or justice department lawyers to censor what they might say also efforts being made to protect that person's identity because the president has made threats and the whistle blower is understandably concerned for his or her safety president trump's personal attorney Rudy guiliani on ABC's this week defended his role in pressing Ukrainians to investigate former vice president Joe Biden was about was as I don't have any direct knowledge I just heard. up until two weeks before he did that that will determine. I'm quite within dismissed Giuliani's name is mentioned more than thirty times and the whistle blower complaint that led to the impeachment investigation into president trump meanwhile senator Bernie Sanders want Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to move forward on proceedings should the house vote to impeach president trump I ask Mitch McConnell. right thing and make sure all that the Senate trial immediately after the impeachment process is awful Sanders who's running for president spoke at Dartmouth College in Hanover New Hampshire on Sunday a pedestrian was taken to the hospital this afternoon after being hit by a car in Brighton the woman was hit near Kamenev and Chiswick road just before four PM her condition has not been reported it's still not clear what led to last night shooting at an error being bi in Jamaica plain between a man and a Boston police it was around ten o'clock when Boston police are responding to a domestic violence call.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty one degrees some showers pulling out of Boston at twelve o'clock good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening one of the major health stories we've been following here in Massachusetts of course Miskito borne viruses as we make our way through the end of summer waiting for that first frost we're getting word of another human case of one of those viruses this time west Nile the state public health department announces the first human case of west Nile virus in Massachusetts this year a man in his sixties from Middlesex County had to be hospitalized for his symptoms last year there were forty nine human cases in the state most people infected will just have no symptoms at all well this year's west Nile risk remains low that's not the case for triple E. where many parts of the state or a critical risk from Middlesex County sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio Washington where president trump is promising new restrictions when it comes to flavored east cigarettes hundreds of people around the country battling illnesses now that potentially could be connected to vaping the industry's been focused though on making sure that meant and menthol flavors are eventually allowed to stay public health experts though pushing for all flavors to get the access they say menthol can still hook kids some states are already moving forward with their own bands while we wait for the feds including Michigan here in Massachusetts state health officials are putting out a brand new mandate to health providers they want these doctors to record and report any long illness that possibly could be linked to vaping more than four hundred and fifty illnesses and six deaths across thirty three states have now been attributed to vaping which by the very nature of the practice makes sense to pull monologist doctor Catherine melamed the problem is these oils are being heated and then inhaled so you're basically in handling foreign substances into your body it can be quite dangerous what could make they being even more perilous according to the doctor the uncertainty of what substances are inside there was oil field cartridges they can be cut with other sorts of chemicals to either make them more potent or make them less expensive and that often comes along with a lot of ill effects and side effects. in the back bay Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news radio is twelve oh two shots fired overnight the victim ending up at a convenience store in north bridge here's WBZ TV on a miler from Providence Rhode employee.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tonight sixty one degrees in downtown Boston to borrow a nice day mostly sunny high eighty two some patchy clouds tomorrow night low sixty five downtown into the fifties and some of the suburbs warmer in a bit more humid for Monday with some sunshine going up to eighty six and for Tuesday one of a shower or thunderstorm in the area eighty one degrees I'm accu weather meteorologist Danielle middle WBC Boston's news radio the pop up showers we had earlier pretty much gone although was still having some showers and some scattered thunder showers northern Vermont and New Hampshire temperature has dropped here in Boston's seventy four degrees looking for a banking relationship that puts you first come home to the village bank they got all the services you need with the personal attention you deserve to learn more call six one seven nine six nine forty three hundred or visit village dash bank dot com member FDIC number SIF Tripoli is back state department of public health saying a human case of eastern equine encephalitis now confirmed in Massachusetts that is the first in the state in six years officials say lab testing confirming the Tripoli virus infection in a man older than sixty from southern Plymouth county as a result state health officials raising the trouble your risk level of critical in nine southeastern Massachusetts community city of Salem as a visitor this weekend she's here all weekend one of the country's most storied tall ships it is a majestic sight America's tall ship the Coast Guard training vessel eagle has landed here the two hundred ninety five foot bark is going to be here open to the public all weekend long before heading out of town on Monday Lieutenant Commander Jody Misano tells me that she and the roughly two hundred people on board are glad to.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Few clouds sixty one degrees in eight oh three I'm Steve Sampson the UCC or news this hour's top local story just few hours Minneapolis police chief Madera donde will be asking the city council for more money help officers respond to gun violence they are called shop spot they've been around awhile locate a respond the calls of shots fired more quickly it's a great way to provide extra safety net throughout the city that's commander Scott girl Kerr who says the money would be used to expand the coverage area by about two miles we've been able to see over the past ten years the effectiveness of shot spotter in helping us to get to the scene quicker identify the precise location of where people are firing guns and shooting and help us provide evidence to arrest and ultimately convict people for aggravated assaults and homicides the chief is also asking for about eighty five thousand dollars for a program that provides a virtual safety net to prevent reduce and investigate crimes Susie Jones WCCO of course the chief is also pushing for some four hundred more officers over the next several years citing numerous cases of late when there were no squads available to respond to the most serious nine one one calls councilmember Jeremiah Ellison telling our chat Hartman yesterday afternoon he's not convinced that adding more cops is the answers as more questions need to be what does it look like to make sure the downtown safer what's needed but some of these alarmist statements that contradict previous statements that contradict data that are helpful in the in the bar conversation that I think we need to be happy which is what works city data shows violent crime is down overall in Minneapolis but has increased in the downtown area a driver is dead following a high speed chase in carver county yesterday afternoon started around five thirty PM yesterday when carver county sheriff's deputies responded to a driving complaint on highway to twelve in Cologne the drive for forty year old James Charles Erickson of Saint Paul flood police at a high rate of speed and was eastbound when he attempted to exit to highway forty one that's when Eric since car crash into five separate vehicles Erickson died at the scene others were driven to local hospitals with unknown injuries mark Friday B. U. C. C. R. sheriff of Chippewa county Wisconsin says we may never know the motive behind the shooting death of five people sheriff Jim Kowalczyk sharing the names of those killed in the name of the shooter thirty three year old Richie German insurances German shot and killed his mother Bridget his brother dug in his eight year old son Calvin and on Sunday went to home of twenty four year old Layla banging her parents and shot and killed her he describes a thirty three year old is being a loner with no permanent address and actually compared the whole situation to the Jamie class shooting an abduction what was his intentions was his intentions to take this young gal similar to what happened in their county and if so where are his belongings again we don't have a vehicle associated with him and what was his attentions any event that he was going to kidnapper rather than down ten killer Kowalczyk says German had texted the twenty four year old woman enquiring about a personal relationship she apparently texted back saying she didn't know who he was a thirty seven year old dell tech airlines pilot from rose about suspected of drinking before his flight and Minneapolis St Paul International has been arrested a report by airport police say the pilot had an alcoholic container act container in his possession yesterday was suspected of being in parity was scheduled to fly to San Diego the plane never left the gate at least with him on board he is not currently charged or in jail is no criminal history with the Hennepin county jail but they say charges could come with results of the toxicology test WCCO news time is eight oh seven I'm Steve Sampson WCCO well right now AT T. mobile get an awesome iPhone ten are on us when you bring your family over and trade in your old device because whether you have mom dad or a friend on your mind it's.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Have sixty one degrees in uptown. Charlotte news time is seven oh. To President Trump is threatened to impose a five percent tariff on Mexican goods in an effort to force our southern neighbour to help combat the surge of migrants illegally, entering the US director of the office of trade, and manufacturing policy, Peter Navarro tells Tucker Carlson tonight, what the Mexican government must do an order for these tariffs to be lifted we Mexican government asked to cooperate on this whole issue of asylum. The Mexican government should take those folks in hold them. They're on Mexican soil that would put an end to what is essentially a strategic gaming of the system, because we know that most of these illegal aliens coming for only using that as an excuse to a vague with little laws, we have that's on Tucker Carlson tonight. Critics of the president, say. These tariffs, hurt American consumers and businesses and not the Mexican government Charlotte has over fifty murders so far this year and police read a loss to explain why seemingly trivial matters independ- murder. WBZ's Mark Thomas has that story. Dr John Huber is a forensic psychologist, and he says, his research shows that the condition Alexa, theme maybe partially to blame. What is Alexa theme? The ability to understand her identify your own emotions and the biggest population in is imprisoned. You know, they understand happy sad angry. But anything else is so confusing to them. They default to the fight or flight mechanism and becomes angry because they're going to survive and a lot of times that's why we get people who react violently to a situation that's confusing emotionally to them. More. Thomas WBZ news. We have sixty one degrees at huntersville, sixty degrees in rock hill, sixty one in Charlotte and WBZ we lead local. I'm deb. Tobin WBZ news is the home improvement with John and Dave show. Brought to you by the Home Depot. More saving. More doing. Welcome to ask John day with answers to your home improvement questions. Sponsored by the Home Depot Lennox dealers, Charlotte Comfort Systems and a cost heating and cooling.
Women Work Better in Warmer Rooms, Study Says
"The battle for the thermostat is being waged in offices and homes across the nation. This is also let's vigorous discussion. I've been having with my wife for a decade. Plus, that's Tom Chang. He's an associate professor of finance and business economics at the university of southern California that discussion in part prompted him to study the effect of temperature on people's cognitive performance. He along with Dr kayak day of the Berlin social science center took five hundred forty three German college students put them in a room and made them take tests at different temperatures from his low as sixty one degrees to as high as ninety one as the temperature went up. Women did better on math and verbal tasks and mended worse. The increase for women in math and verbal task was was. Much larger and more pronounced than the decrease in performance of men. In other words, the warmer, the room, the better the women did on the tests overall. So is there an ideal office? Temperature Chang says, that's not the takeaway, I think, if anything, what I want people to take away from the studies that we're all different here in that one size doesn't fit all more broadly. I think we should be more aware that environmental factors like temperature have a much bigger impact on our day-to-day lies, and we generally, give them credit for his advice. If you see have your co workers, keeping blankets at their desk, or sweating through their shirts, maybe considered changing the temperature because our research says that, even if as a business, you care only about profit, our productivity you should still take the comfort of your work. It's dough count. Is it will affect the
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The temperature is sixty one degrees. It is fifty three in this concert and sixty two antenna WCBS time for fifty classic romantic comedy is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary with the release in theaters this weekend. But can we still relate? There is no sex relationships. Have changed a lot since Meg Ryan. And Billy crystal argued over love, and when Harry met Sally women at one time or another who faked it thirty years later director, rob Reiner concurred is different. They're dating apps. There's a lot of fluidity which. Somebody was to do a romantic comedy. Now goes elements would have to come in to a he believes there are universals that still resonate when two people get together having Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news was great line. Mick Jagger is on demand. Just a week after undergoing heart surgery at New York City. The Rolling Stones singer posted a photo to social media showing him wearing a baseball cap and walking in a tree filled park. It's not clear when the photo was taken Jagger's unexpected procedure postponed. The group's latest tour were scheduled to begin this month. It will now start in July with dates to be announced in the coming weeks. So legend now green was born today seventy three years ago and twenty two years ago Tiger Woods became at age. Twenty one the youngest player ever to win the masters golf tournament. His two hundred seventy Tuttle was also the lowest score in tournament history and his twelve stroke win was a largest margin of victory would said he was living a dream any golfer. Who's a kid is always in the masters and went in. I was able to do that woods.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Sixty one degrees at one zero three. I'm Bailey Friday on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Houston's police chief reveals what appears to be a direct threat just days after four officers were shot while serving a search warrant also revealed on Saturday a message to him via Twitter. It said, quote, I'm glad those pigs were shot, hopefully, your next I hope you of your of absolute terror. I hope cops are murdered every day this year. So, you know, true fear. Hopefully, those pigs die observational responded with quote example, of the ugly world and dark hearts police officers and the communities we face each and every day makes one wonder if the dark heart is driven by evil mental illness or both the four officers wounded in the fifth injured in last Monday's shooting continue their recovery's, David Barel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Controversial North Texas. Mental health group is going out of business Sundance behavioral healthcare systems. Says it is bankrupt. That's the mental health group accused of holding patients against their will that its Arlington location and a bankruptcy filing. Sundance estimates assets of between five hundred thousand and one million dollars in liabilities between one and ten million dollars Sundance faces twenty criminal charges of violating state mental health codes, it has already surrendered its license to operate that was NBC fives. Katie Blakey reporting the Super Bowl is today. And no doubt. There will be lots of good food on tables across the country Google compiled each state's favorite food based on what game day recipes are trending Texas was listed as loving spinach depth, the most, and if you think that's strange Oklahoma pulled chicken noodle soup as their favorite Mississippi's favorite game day, snack granola bars..
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Sixty one degrees and sixty five now in Culver city at eight forty seven on KNX less than a month after being sworn in. As governor Gavin Newsom is pushing forward with gun control measures and gun. Rights advocates are not happy about it. Governor new increasing the budget for a gun, seize your program and beefing up the department that enforces gun sales law. Among those not impressed. San Brett is executive director of gun owners of California. I started this program under governor Brown. He gave them twenty four million dollars. They failed miserably. We believe that govern newsome's efforts will continue to be largely wasted. Because we think the program is not administered very efficiently and very well. Amanda, Wilcox of the Brady campaign says the governor is simply following his heart. I think it's well known that this is an issue who cares deeply about he authored prop sixty three which was passed in two thousand sixteen that enacted a number of gun safety reform measures. I think it's an issue. He cares about in his budget plan. The governor also proposed more money for the firearms violence research center at UC Davis. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Now, a better picture of exactly how big of a problem homelessness is in Orange County account found nearly thirty five hundred people living on the streets. Although results are preliminary county's been trying to get more people into shelters after it was sued over an anti camping ordinance that allowed people to be cited or arrested for sleeping outdoors are on public property veterans are being shortchanged. That's the accusation of some advocacy groups. About UCLA and the Brentwood school leasing space on the campus in west Los Angeles UCLA in exchange for having its baseball stadium on the grounds is supposed to.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we have sixty one degrees sunny skies in Boston. Temperature heading down to the forty s overnight traffic and weather together coming up. Good afternoon. I'm art Cohen WBZ news. Our top story at this hour. At a White House press conference this morning. President Trump said the election defied history because Republicans have gained seats in the Senate. He congratulated Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell was also more conciliatory sounding tour Democrats after they won control of the house. He had kind things to say about house minority leader Nancy Pelosi who may well become speaker again in January. She works very hard. And she's worked long and hard. I give her a great deal of credit for what she's done and what she's accomplished. And as for Nancy Pelosi late yesterday. She said that Democrats would use their majority to focus on issues like health care and draining. The swamp of special interests, though, Democrats would provide new checks and balances on Mr. Trump Pelosi promised to strive for bipartisanship and work with Republicans to lower the cost of healthcare, prescription drugs, raise wages and clean up corruption to work for all Americans. She's having a press conference, then we'll let you know what she says as soon as it's over a quick recap of what happened yesterday Democrats have regained control of the house while Republicans so far have picked up a couple of seats in the Senate closer to home Republican governor Charlie Baker is returning to the corner office on beacon hill Carl Stevens was at the victory party, the governor.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Free. Sixty one degrees at twelve oh three. I'm curt Lewis top stories night man's in the hospital after getting shot in oak cliff tonight about an hour and a half ago gunfire erupted on cedar oaks boulevard near I thirty five in Clarendon man was rushed to the hospital in serious condition. Police are not saying anything about who shot him or why with October very wet and very cold. The state fair is looking to make the most of what we hope will be better weather at least for the final weekend the fares. Chris Condie, honest says they can't extend the run of the two thousand eighteen fair, but they can't stay open longer hours on Saturday and Sunday, we're going to open the fair from nine AM until eleven pm. And, hey, if people are having fun out on the midway and having a great time, we might just stay open till midnight. Let's see the tough weather significantly, reducing the crowds at the fair this year. Heavy rain falling nine of the twenty one days. So far. The affluential mom, Tonya couch, she's out of jail. Again. Tommy couch had been in jail since June when she tested positive for methamphetamines inaugurals while not revoking her bond. Judge Wayne Salvin to cleared her seventy five thousand dollar bond to be insufficient today. Judd salvant released couch on that original seventy five thousand dollar bond, but added a condition that she not take any drugs of any kind including over the counter medications and vitamins couch is charged with hindering, apprehension and money laundering in connection with fleeing to Mexico with her son Ethan in late two thousand fifteen her trial gets underway November twelfth Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD..
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is sixty one degrees. Make that fifty one degrees at two o'clock in the morning. I'm sue Guzman. A New York City over driver is facing fraud and kidnapping charges in connection with a ride that left a female passenger terrorized year. Twenty-four-year-old har- beer Palmer allegedly attacked a woman while he was driving her to her White Plains home on February twenty first prosecutors say during the ride while the victim fell asleep armor, falsified, the passengers Uber address destination they claim when the victim woke up. He was in the backseat with his hand under her shirt. The driver is also accused of dropping her off on the side of the road. Authorities say they also found eleven other instances where he falsified passengers information. I'm Lisa G for seven ten W O R. Here's the good news and the bad news the numbers around for tonight's big mega millions drawings. Sixty-nine forty five sixty one three and forty nine the mega ball nine. And the good news is there was no winner. So you're not a winner. But it is expected to be. Be a mega mega millions come Friday. With a pot worth at least eight hundred sixty eight million dollars. Police are investigating after a baby was found dead in a recycling center in Stafford yesterday morning cops say the baby was found by workers shortly before nine AM at the city karting and recycling facility at sixty one Taylor replace and on top sees being conducted to determine that babies cause of death fame New York interior designer Mario Awada instead the designer known as the prince of chance died at a hospital in Manhattan yesterday. He was eighty two family members said the cause of death pneumonia for WADA was best known for his trademark English cottage style, his clients included. Celebrities such as Billy Joel, Malcolm. Forbes Mariah Carey Garden State representatives may soon require hotels to give their staffers panic buttons when it comes to carrying things intending to rooms a Bill currently pending in the state legislature. If passed would force any hotel with more than twenty five. Rooms to give its workers such a device to call for help secretary state. My Pompeii Pao's now on his way to anchor at a speak with Turkish officials about what happened to Saudi journalist jamarcus Shoghi, but before leaving Saudi Arabia secretary Pompeo spoke with reporters about the meetings with Saudi King and crown prince we're going to conduct a thorough.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sixties. It is sixty one degrees. Right now news is a service of progressive insurance. Middletown man is pled guilty to drug trafficking. Twenty four year old Dante Holdbrooke of Middletown was charged this past March one of eight local people and twelve in all accused in a federal drug indictment, accusing them of working with the seena Loa cartel in Mexico to ship and sell drugs locally and auxiliary officer in the seven mile. Police department was also among those suspects on Thursday Holbrooke pleaded guilty for his role. He allegedly had a pound of the powerful painkillers Fenton in his car at the time of his arrest. Investigators say he distributed the drugs to other sellers in the network, Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w Butler county. County sheriff's deputies say a man was drunk and had Fenton all in his system when he caused a deadly crash back in August. Kenneth Sirak was indicted yesterday on aggregate, AVI, hiccuper homicide and vehicular manslaughter charges. He lost control of his car and canal road in Fairfield township struck a utility pole. His wife Kayla was killed in that crash. Meanwhile, in Butler county a man is awaiting his day in court accused of taking up Sturt photos at a department store. Westchester police say that Brian Denny snapped those photos of two women while they were shopping at target in the voice of America shopping center, then turned himself in this week to face to counts of voyeurism. News Radio seven hundred wwl w. Sports Bengals of the Bengals are two and a half point favorites Sunday as they take on the Steelers at Paul Brown stadium preview the game tonight, but Lance and rocky on the roundtable show, presented by the greater Cincinnati Ford dealers for six to eight live for belltower park gaming right here on seven hundred wwl w Thursday night football. Philadelphia takes on the New York Giants with the action at eight on Fox Sports thirteen sixty Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven hundred w w..
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And foggy and sixty one degrees at O'Hare. It is Columbus state city of Chicago parade along State Street begins at twelve thirty this afternoon. It starts at Wacker drive ins at van Buren street. Sponsored by the joint civic committee of Italian Americans will see the mid eighties today and humid conditions WGN. Meteorologist Mike Cameron tells us that all changes by this weekend. A couple more summerlike day's coming up for Columbus Day and the Tuesday before a strong cold front brings us back down again the elite around in the week. See the temperatures dropped by thirty degrees. Friday, a judge Brad Kavanagh has been sworn in as the newest US supreme court Justice. We heard from ABC news White House. Correspondent Terry Palmer. Last night. Justice Cavanaugh will attend a swearing in ceremony at the White House where he'll be surrounded by friends and family, senators and legal allies. And then the very next day. He'll be on the bench is scheduled to hear cases on guns and immigration, North Korea is ready to allow international inspectors into its nuclear and missile testing sites. That's according to the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo. He spoke today he met with leader Kim Jong UN in Pyongyang investigators still at the scene of this deadly crash in upstate New York. Twenty people killed in show. Hurry ABC's. Maggie Rulli is their clash site sits right at the bottom of locals called a notoriously dangerous intersection. It kind of makes the t shape and at the long end of the tea. It's uphill. So the limo was coming down that hill, and you can see by the track. That never made the turn the tracks is keep going straight down the hill into the ditch. And that is the crash site where those twenty lives were lost. And it happened Saturday and twenty six counties in Florida are now under a state of emergency ahead of tropical storm, Michael sixty mile an hour winds now, it's between Mexico's Yucatan peninsula and Cuba heading toward the Gulf Coast of the United States. ABC news meteorologist, Dan pack mean concern, now's of looking at a strong category. One or category. Two storm as it makes landfall somewhere along the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The Florida panhandle to the big bend area is those higher. Wind speeds sustained winds could be ninety five to one hundred miles per hour. Wind speeds that high you're looking at more significant wind damage possibly could impact air travel over this. Columbus Day holiday. We'll check your local weather, sports and traffic next on W.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O R. It's sixty one degrees here at five thirty on your Monday morning, September twenty four th twenty eighteen good morning. I might Bauer for Joe Bartlett cloudy some clearing later on this afternoon. And this hour news brought to you by Lincoln of parameters. Well, top democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee is calling for a halt any further proceedings of Brad Kavanagh supreme court nomination this morning after allegations of sexual misconduct. The latest tariffs against China are officially now in effect Bill. Cosby the cause may have just had his last weekend of freedom. Apple is turning down. A streaming service based on the life of Dr dre because CEO Tim cook as issues with it in a bipartisan aviation Bill is letting go of language that would require airlines to make sure baggage fees are reasonable and proportional. In sports. The Mets beat the nationals in Washington the bombers lost a Baltimore at the stadium. The giants beat the Texans in Houston and Tiger Woods posted his first PGA win since twenty thirteen five thirty one thirty writer has her eyes on your streets. Good morning Bernie in New Jersey on the Garden State Parkway northbound by. Exit one forty five that's for two eighty east orange two lanes are closed. That's right and center lanes. You've got a crash there. Route one southbound slowing up in Edison between old post road and Plainfield avenue. No major problems on the New Jersey turnpike. If you're heading for the Hudson river crossings right now, they're all pretty quiet. Not seeing any major troubles there. Alternate side parking roles are suspended for today and tomorrow, we still have to feed the meters. And it's also a gridlock. Alert day with the UN general assembly now in Connecticut on ninety five look up restored vehicle sewing you down..
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It is sixty one degrees. This afternoon's rain, no fun for people who are at October fest in downtown Cincinnati that continues until eleven o'clock tonight and runs tomorrow as well tense moments along the great Miami river this afternoon original report was that seven people were in the water after their boat capsized around the seventy one hundred block of Kilby police. Tell us apparently, everyone is okay. And no final numbers on how many people may have been rescued from that location. Big local race for congress is going to get a look by. Investigators want to know whether one of the candidates did something wrong state. Elections leaders will launch an investigation into campaign spending by Hamilton county clerk of courts aft- ham. Pure of all at issue is whether pure of all used his county campaign funds on his race against congressman Steve Shamet peer evolves. Attorney says that everything was done by the book, the Ohio elections commission wants to resolve the issue before November election. Troy Adams, News Radio seven hundred wwl w deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein denies a report in the New York Times that he suggested secretly recording President Trump. He also reportedly discussed talking to captain members about using the twenty fifth amendment to force the president out of office. But Rosenstein, tells CNN the time story is inaccurate and incorrect and sources tell NBC that he was joking when he made the comments the Bearcats now four and no. UC beat Ohio University.
Africa's rapid population growth puts poverty progress at risk, says Gates
"Rick van Cise has our KOMO forecast has summer winds down. We'll still see sunshine at least for the next couple of days before rain starts rolling back in likely with showers on Thursday, increasing rain on Friday, and then a mix of sun and clouds all the way through the weekend. And the possibility of a few more showers Saturday and Sunday mid sixties for the next several days. I'm meteorologist Rick van Cise in the KOMO weather center right now in Seattle. It's sunny and sixty one degrees at KOMO news. Komo news time one thirty five. A woman serving an addiction notice in Renton this afternoon has apparently been shot in the head. This happened in the twenty seven hundred block of northeast ninth street right near highlands elementary school. The woman was taken to Harborview medical center in critical condition. The suspect took off after the shooting. Police still looking for him straight state transportation officials say they will
Controversial "Bird" scooters are being illegally driven on sidewalks
"That rains finally moved all the way out. You know, there's a little bit of drizzle this morning. But I think they will turn all those six hundred and fifty laps out at the track here later on today. Here's all the rain from the weekend. It's now pushing off into the northeast if you're travelling in that direction today, if think you could certainly expect at least some delays as the day goes on but closer to home this morning. We're just dealing with a few very light sprinkles and maybe a light shower up towards the Lafayette area. Otherwise, we just have lots of clouds in place this morning, and it's going to be cloudy commute for you. Don't expect any sunshine here this morning, but as we get into the afternoon hours, we'll start to work a little bit of sunshine
Zimbabwe: Three dead in Harare amid election unrest
"In the north bay At this hour it's seventy five degrees in San. Jose sixty one degrees in Oakland, eighty degrees in Sacramento and fifty nine degrees here in San Francisco Doc protests violence and accusations of election rigging stain the first Imbaba in election since Robert Mugabe's thirty seven year reign on Wednesday three. People were shot dead as police and military forces clashed with protestors protestors were responding to what they, see as a, rigged election after Mugabe's political party Zanu PF. Won a majority of the parliamentary elections Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is the Wall Street Journal's. Deputy bureau chief in. Africa and she's on the, ground in Harare Zimbabwe so we had the elections here on Monday and we. Have two main, contenders one. Is president mnangagwa's Samantha host Mugabe last November but to help us in military and his main rival is the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa forty very smooth talking young men mnangagwa's already seventy five and has seen kind of on Mugabe's. Side for forty years and Chamisa Claims and allies claim. That they won the election whereas the, electoral commission had hasn't hasn't you semi presidential results but they have set that. That nuclear after ruling party has won two thirds of the seats in parliament. So that gives you an indication of what's going on and why people are angry so yesterday there were several hundred demonstrators are opposition supporters were marching through. Town in front of the electoral commission and that's when things got a bit rowdy initially I'm Jay, Wright police were, called in and did they watch reports of. People throwing stones and waving sticks and then suddenly they called in the military. With tanks and so. You had sort of automatic, weapon wielding soldiers chasing down seven straighter were maybe artistic or so but also. Lot of passer, bys were. Just shelling things on the streets of worship shopkeepers nearby were caught up in LA which was sort of change From the very peaceful election day that we have seen it also pledges of. No violence from both leaders ahead of like like and we've. Also seen the United Nations and Amnesty International in addition to other leaders calling for calm after these elections. You said that things today are relatively calm but are there concerns that this military. Crackdown could continue yes I think the concerns are there and it's not normal to have soldiers on the street, that's something bad people here saw last November. When, there was. This military intervention Betsy post Mugabe but then after a few weeks cultures were taken off the. Street does things are pretty normal so people are definitely. Worried concerned and at this point we also. Don't have a sign that the opposition will Kombi accepts the, election results they said that they believe that votes rigs and I believe that if. If there's about one be election it, will probably be more protests And, I think the government has shown that it's gonna crack. Down with a heavy hand and once the winner is announced. Or declared what is it exactly that the, people of Zimbabwe are looking for from this government I? Think, they want jobs as one of the things that I've heard from many many people you. Have unions saying that sign out of ten workers are unemployed there's a massive, cash crisis here, the dollar has seen dominant currency, in Zimbabwe since two thousand nine since they have that out. Of hyperinflation but people had actually. Get their dollars out Bank anymore they wanted international investment they want them to Konami that provides for people. There are a lot of people especially in. The countryside who sort of fairly being sustained on food aid, and don't see opportunities for children Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is Wall Street Journal deputy bureau chief in Africa Gabrielle thank you for being with us Sure thank you Takeaway is supported by progressive insurance,.
Michael Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian attorney
"Partly cloudy warmer today about a five degree warm. Up from yesterday that will put us in the upper eighties in the metro area this afternoon we. Also have a smaller chance for thunderstorms. Compared to the last several days, is to twenty percent chance. Here in the metro area higher storm chances out on the eastern plains in the storm Saudis could. Be severe later today chance for thunderstorms, will continue into this evening we'll drop, into, the, upper fifties tonight so cooler nights tomorrow partly sunny high eighty three a thirty percent chance of rain, in the afternoon. And evening on Saturday, a, thirty percent chance. On Sunday, as well Sunday's high right around eighty degrees. From CBS forum Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty. AM and ninety four one FM nice hue to the. Sky this morning sixty one degrees in Denver now on, Colorado's, morning, news, reports, President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen claims that Trump. Knew in advance of a meeting with. Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton according to a number of news organizations, cone, is, willing, to, tell special counsel Robert Robert, Muller that he was present when Donald from June Told then candidate Trump about. The June twenty sixteen meeting at, Trump Tower former US prosecutor. In Governor Chris Christie says that could backfire on Cohen in his ability to make a deal with. Whoever's doing this whereas putting this stuff, out there miss a limited group of, people, that, have access to this information and can be credible You know just hurts Colin and according to the story. Coincide the elder Trump approved going ahead with that meeting, Trump is tweeting this morning, that quote he didn't know about the meeting several lawmakers backing a measure to prevent the US from leaving NATO. Without the senate's consent Colorado's GOP Senator Cory Gardner is one of. Them, gardeners joining up with three other lawmakers in a bipartisan effort if passed that Bill would allow the Senate legal counsel the challenge administration in court the move. Comes after President Trump's somewhat contentious meeting with NATO leaders in recent weeks that Bill just introduced yesterday Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio Senator Gardner. Also met with US supreme, court, nominee Brad Kavanagh yesterday he calls President Trump's pick and incredible selection Gardner also says the two talked. About ruling by law instead of, personal opinion and administration policy the Republican called it a good conversation on.
Russia, Michael Chesney and Brian Clark discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"A quarter of an inch of rain officially in denver yesterday and after a wet day like yesterday we often deal with fog the following morning and so be prepared for fog this morning especially on the east and south sides of town that's where we seem to have had most of it so far eighty eight degrees for the high today under partly cloudy skies this afternoon there's a ten percent chance for late day thunderstorm tonight lows in the sixties tomorrow clouds on the increase was scattered afternoon thunderstorms chance of rain tomorrow about thirty percent with a high of eightyseven and then back to sunny hot and dry weather starting wednesday highs in the mid to upper nineties from cbs four mash now terry on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm currently we have sixty one degrees and some fog this morning depending on what part of town you're in plenty of clouds to now on colorado's morning news president trump and russian leader vladimir putin already sitting down this morning in finland the two made them arrival minutes ago sharing a handshake and a photo op the president says there's a lot on the table discuss discussions on everything two missiles nuclear we'll be talking a little bit about china mentioning everything except election meddling in cybersecurity that is maybe two comments of us today summit as an opportunity that he thinks the world will want to see both countries get along we will end up having an extraordinary relationship i hope so i've been saying i'm sure you've heard over the years and as i can pain bed getting along with russia is a good thing not a bad president trump and putin are meeting behind closed doors including only translators in the room the two are expected to hold a joint news conference later this morning we'll bring you that live when it happens to people including a police officer dead in massachusetts they were shot and killed with the officers weapon authorities say weymouth police officer michael chesney saw a man who they say was a manual lopes vandalizing a home lopes then attacked offset chasma is leaving the large stone norfolk county assistant da gregg connor says after officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes moved in and picked up his gun and discharge several times in his head and chest they forty two year old chestnut was killed as other officers gave chase lopes kept firing striking a local resident in her home these wounds were fatal to her lopes was taken into custody brian clark abc news as you wake up this morning and on your drive in you'll notice some patches.
Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens
"Of new england wbz news time five forty nine mostly cloudy right now relatively cooler today only sixty one degrees right now in boston good saturday morning i'm teeny gal wbz news top stories now more lawmakers are speaking out on the contentious policy that separates migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they are now dealing with a painstaking process a reuniting those children already separated with their families a widely circulated picture of a crying migrant girl that us mexican border is not what it seems apparently the child's father claims that girl was never separated from her mother representatives michael capuano and katherine clark will be part of the twenty group of democratic members of congress visiting the southern border the group plans to speak with children and parents who have been affected by president trump's family separation policy while touring a border patrol station and also centralized processing center analysts three people are shot and lynn overnight this happened near a law avenue limp elise are still investigating and still looking for suspects as well the family of a young girl who committed suicide in new hampshire is speaking out wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports the eleven year old endured months of bullying by fellow students step mom hopes schaefer was the one who found schuyler damaris after the fifth grader took her own life in her father's home skyler had left a note saying she just couldn't take the bullying anymore we're still pretty numb and in shock still trying to cross it what's going on and coming to terms with our new reality without our baby schaeffer says her stepdaughter was tormented by kids who said if they looked like schuyler they would kill themselves and the bullying was relentless school cyber bullying she couldn't get away from it no matter where she went the family will now focus its efforts on raising awareness about bullying and the fact that words can hurt kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty several affiliates of planned parenthood are suing the department of health and human services over its ongoing efforts to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program the lawsuits were filed in federal court in new york city and spokane washington by four different planned parenthood affiliates covering new york city and estates of alaska hawaii idaho iowa nebraska and washington planned parenthood says a lawsuits are intended to protect the future of a teen pregnancy prevention program from what they termed ineffective abstinence only curriculums the agency also says it has a right to change its funding priorities and policies wbz news time five fifty one and now the story students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland floor oughta are taking their march for our lives bus tour to wisconsin they are visiting house speaker paul ryan's office and also holding a news conference cbs is adam ducks ter has more students were in town as part of the road to change presser never visiting ryan's office they held a press conference to address ryan directly every time after a tragedy happened like in newtown the kids were too young and the parents were mortified about speaking out but we weren't there were some who disagree with the student's message price war oath to defend the constitution and these these this organization wants to take away part of the constitution so as a a servicemember taking off of office i feel it's important one of the goals of the bus tour is to educate young people and encourage them to vote and they may term elections this fall wbz news time five.
BC-AP News Digest 7 am
"On wcbs oh before cast for michael seaney mainly clear and breezy early this morning low sixty three degrees later today sunny to partly cloudy and breezy high seventy six clear skies friday night low sixty two brian mostly sunny and warmer high eighty three father's day mostly sunny warmer and more i eighty eight sunday i'm meteorologist mike listening in the wcbs weather center and i'm looking at sixty one degrees right now on long island in islip it is sixty six over at newark liberty airport wcbs news time is four forty a kentucky woman accused of forcing her fourteen year old daughter to drink whiskey until she failed at a probation revoked lexington herald leader newspaper reports the thirty five year old woman was sentenced last week to twenty years in prison she had already been placed on five years probation in lieu of prison time on several other charges including burglary judge ruled she violated the terms of that probation which included a ban on possessing or drinking alcohol back in march somerset police were tipped off to a video in which the woman was heard saying they could get a thousand million dollars for recording of her daughter she told police she was trying to teach the girl that drinking was bad charges in that case hasn't been resolved the british government is now trying to catch up with the times at least when it comes to the way perverts use cell phones to snap pictures up women's skirts it's called up skirting pictures or videos under someone's closed without them knowing or giving permission the british government said it is behind the proposal ahead of a debate on of it in parliament there are new law could give someone up to two years in prison if convicted of up skirting which is already illegal in scotland and around these parts to it is four forty one when we go out to eat we never agree and where to go burgers pizza talk owes it is the.
Minor explosion at Hawaii volcano spews more ash into the air
"Taking out at least one lane and next traffic update in less than ten minutes on wcbs now the forecast from michael athenee where to partly cloudy and cool tonight low fifty five degrees tomorrow plenty of sunshine pleasant high seventy four tuesday night patchy cloudiness and a low of sixty wednesday partly sunny warmer and more humid with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm around a high of seventy nine thursday mostly sunny warm and not as humid high eighty four i'm meteorologist mike listening the wcbs weather center sixty right now up in bridgeport fifty five in white plains meanwhile sixty one degrees over at newark liberty airport wcbs news time four twenty most small explosions at the summit of an erupting volcano still on hawaii's big island could send ash into communities scientists now say this blast having monday including one after a magnitude five point four earthquake as spewed from the killer whale volcano may cause poor visibility slippery conditions for drivers the big island volcanoes erupting for over a month now sitting lava into neighborhoods from cracks in the ground destroying hundreds of homes right now almost a month now after four tornadoes touched down in six connecticut towns may fifteenth federal emergency management agency officials have arrived and started a preliminary damage assessments in hamden today governor malloy will be able to use the information for a possible disaster declaration which could lead to federal aid if president trump's approve president trump approves two people died in danbury new fairfield when trees the cars they were in over one hundred and twenty thousand homes and businesses lost power it is ten forty.
Players arrive for US Open with high praise for Shinnecock
"For the shore today there are multiple flood warnings watches and advisories throughout the morning we're going to see heavy rain this morning then showers to limited clearing later on in the day and a high of sixty one degrees tonight mostly clear low fifty eight the seventy second annual tony awards were held last night while broadway's best were honored the night will be remembered for some other highlight bruce springsteen was honored for sold out run on broadway tony's at radio city music hall on cbs this is deeply appreciated and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block he performed his song my hometown the sound was cut on the tv feed is robert deniro cursed out the president in his speech about springsteen drama students marjory stoneman douglas high school performed the song from the musical rent seventeen people were killed in a shooting at their school in.
Florida Supreme Court Tries To Sort Out Facebook Friends
"The rain will be locally heavy at times chance of seeing some lightning could even see some hail with these rain showers highs will stay mainly in the fifties both saturday and sunday the snow levels will be falling for this time of year as long and right now we have under cloudy skies in downtown seattle sixty one degrees at ten twenty five all state of florida supreme court considering whether judges can be facebook friends with attorneys speaking to the court attorney more you del says miami dade county judge should be removed from a case because she was facebook friends with an opposing lawyer we're not saying judges can't be on facebook just don't be facebook friends with lawyers who peer in front of you it goes back to the word i came up from the beginning which is optics it just doesn't look right you dell as part of a law firm that's a legal battle with a former client wants the judge to go based on the facebook friendship some justices on the florida supreme court seem to agree the judges should know better than to even appear to have a link to a case that they're considering other justices question whether being facebook friends really amounts to being friends there's no word on when the state supreme court in florida will issue a ruling in that case three rapes and a capitol hill park three years ago never connected until now komo's jennifer sullivan with more on why it took so long police say it took into late last year to test the dna pulled from the women who were raped at some point in late two thousand seventeen we were notified that there was a match the reason for the delay in testing police say a backlog dna samples sitting at the washington state patrol crime lab we've known for a while that we had all these kids setting untested representative tina or while has been the force behind more money more staff even a plan to send dna to private labs and why are lab needs all the resources that we can give them that these cases can be brought forward state patrol spokesman kyle moore said quote due to the large volume of dna cases submitted to the lab scientists have to prioritize cases the seattle police department did not indicate any of these cases were a priority or required a rush jennifer sullivan komo news complaints of pouring in after a clip from a.
Bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease located in several Wayne State University buildings
"With time so many friendships so many meetings even in the oval office and we've made a lot of progress i think a lot of tremendous progress and the move coming as a surprise to many in the muslim community after he had skipped hosting a meal last year a local university has a problem with legionella wwf as russ mcnamara explains it started with an employee in the faculty administration building being diagnosed with legionnaire's disease so wayne state university started testing their facilities now cooling towers on three campus buildings have tested positive for legionella disinfection of those towers already underway in the meantime legionella also identified in a bathroom in that building in a first floor men's bathroom and scott hall in the men's room in the building those bathrooms are closed the time being testing for the bacteria will continue across campus russ mcnamara w w j he's written nine fifty the genesee county health department sending out an alert of aft after a confirmed case of hepatitis a infection employee of the fat and winery and brewery was diagnosed with the virus those are consumed food or drinks at the restaurant that's on long lake road between may twenty sixth through may thirty i might have been exposed to hepatitis a vaccine is available w j news time one thirty seven right now it's cloudy sixty one degrees for detroit nice warm day on the way for us we'll head out to the roads update traffic and weather together neck historic sites bus store in detroit coming up saturday june sixteenth stops include the home of oshii and sweet and the william v banks of broadcast museum as well as the gateway to freedom monument that's at hart plaza along with the motown museum lunches included with a ticket purchase advanced ticket purchase is recommended for more information just go to detroit historical dot org and click on shop all of us want to make a difference as veterans we committed to protect our country we served and sacrificed for the things that mattered most those experiences shaped our lives now we're husbands wives parents and friends and sometimes we forget that the biggest challenge can be asking for support the veterans crisis line is here for veterans dr one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five.
Maryland, Executive and Eisenhower discussed on 24 Hour News
"To be a very painful process were try vers to endure senate majority leader mitch mcconnell was threatening to cancel the senate's traditional august recess and now he's done it which puts him in good with the white house press secretary sarah sanders historic obstruction by senate democrats and there's a long to do list including important nominations that appropriations bills that we hope they can get taking care of including two hundred seventy eight nominations to judgeships senate minority leader chuck schumer says democrats actually welcomed the additional time but he says they expect president trump to stay in washington to work with democrats rather than playing golf at mar a lago the house will go on recess in august republican leaders want their members back home in their districts to campaign since they don't want to risk losing control of the house white house contractor working for the national security council showed up for work yesterday and was promptly arrested for attempted first degree murder the secret service was notified that there was a warrant out in maryland for martinez said words although they're not saying what this was about at worst only at batch access to the eisenhower executive office building not to the west wing sixty one degrees mostly cloudy we're going.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Up to sixty one degrees with sunny skies and then fiftyone overnight sun and clouds tomorrow sixty three then down to fifty two by thursday but it will warm up again it's thirty two degrees out there right now komo news time six fifty two i'm brian feldman live in the newsroom the us print court hears arguments in a case over sales tax for online shopping and initiative to split california up into three separate states has enough signatures to go on november ballot actually dividing california would require congressional approval wildfires in western oklahoma have killed two people teach your protests now expanding to colorado the first urine tests to screen for cancer will take place in japan and syrian air defenses went off early this morning but the country state tv says it was a false alarm not outside aggression tom bryant fire has destroyed someone's home north of hillsboro initial reports are that the home on spring drive off bb was engulfed in flames when firefighters got there just before four o'clock this morning there is no confirmation yet on if anyone was injured this semi truck driver who crashed into several cars on i fifty five and hamel illinois in the fall killing four is charged with reckless homicide fifty four year old mohamed jama turned himself in monday afternoon the investigation revealed john moas driving too fast in a work zone he faces eight counts of aggravated reckless driving and is being held without bond county police are investigating after one of its detectives was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of dwi thirtythreeyearold catherine simmons has been with county police for nine years hit a tree after her car left the road while she was driving east on olive boulevard around one thirty saturday morning she's been suspended with pay during the investigation chief john belmar statement says in part quote we take a hard line on this with discipline up to and including possible termination he goes on to say we are and should be held.
"sixty one degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sixty one degrees on peachtree street cloudy and rainy this morning but we could see the sun before the day is over atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up president trump declares mission accomplished in the aftermath of a missile strike launched against syria but there is some concern on capitol hill some democrats in congress are criticizing president trump's decision to water limited us that airstrikes on syria without congressional approval meanwhile president trump thanking france and the united kingdom further support tweeting mission accomplished more from abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz dramatic garage designed to send an unmistakable message the us britain france unleashing more than a hundred missiles from the air and see when the dust cleared and dawn broke a scientific research center north of damascus a smoking ruin abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz syrian americans have expressed anger at the missile strike on their homeland as they celebrated their country's independence day and a rally in pennsylvania dave schreiber abc news and back here at home three gwinnett children are orphans after their father shot and killed their mother then killed himself gwinnett county police detective david smith tells channel two action news the father got the three kids off at the leasing office at the sugar mill apartments and lawrenceville he's got the call shortly after nine thirty female had apparently already been shot that was the time that he dropped off the children at the leasing office who then made the call nine one one and those children are now staying with roy relatives breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news philadelphia's asking city commission to review starbucks policies after the arrests of two black band a starbucks customer posted video that went viral showing two black men being handcuffed while others around them wondered why philadelphia police commissioner richard ross defended the arrests these officers in absolutely nothing wrong police say starbucks worker felt the men were trespassing after our social media outcry accusing starbucks of being racist the coffee giant apologized montereau veira.