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"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station sixty seven degrees and sunny at two o'clock good afternoon I'm Steve greenfield a spring valley high school soccer coach has died in Rockland county fire in ram upon what happened Saturday morning and Vettel Edward was also a member of the school's security team he was beloved and grief counseling is being provided at the school through four PM the FAA is investigating how to delta planes almost collided Friday night at JFK airport Lisa Matteo with details an air traffic controller jumping into action to stop two planes from a possible collision on the runway at JFK that the FAA says delta flight two five three bound for Bogota Colombia was preparing to take off on runway twenty two Friday night at the same time delta flight three hundred cross the runway after landing at the airport the two planes were about a mile apart from one another no one was hurt Lisa Matteo W. O. R. news there's a March along island against anti semitism stepping off one hour from now more than one hundred religious leaders and organizations and dozens of elected officials are taking part it begins at county C. drive in Mineola and ends at the Theodore Roosevelt executive and legislative building courses been an up tick in anti semitic incidents throughout the state including the recent stabbings during Hanukkah in Muncie the March was put in place by a by county coalition formed in back in December to identify and develop plans of action for combating hate and bias incidents on the island new Yorkers stepping up to send supplies in relief to Puerto Rico after series of devastating earthquakes have hit the island here's a joke about this woman list specific items that are needed we are actually speaking to people about it because they said that with any water that needs only treats Danny somewhat close no winter clothes anything that they can use canned fulls since Tuesday six point four earthquake.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Quite a few clouds around this evening possibility of a light rain shower few drops on the windshield temperatures still mild the low seventies sixty seven degrees on Friday morning seventy seven degrees for a high an area of low pressure developing along that cold front that stalled out gives us a forty percent chance of rain second half of the day caring into the early part of Saturday a thirty percent chance seventy four four hi nice day Sunday though plenty of sunshine seventy six south winds ten **** wanted to look for a like shop on bay waters I'm just generally chief meteorologist Steve jury news radio WFLA now streaming on your Amazon echo in over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at this coast to coast with George Noory is a wonderful world you know the south materials a collection of writings dictated by Jane Roberts to her husband from late nineteen sixty three until her death in nineteen eighty four Roberts claim the words were spoken by a discarded entity named Seth the material is regarded as one of the cornerstones of the new age philosophy and the most influential channel text of the post World War two new age movement other than the Edgar Cayce books and a course in miracles John climb all rights that the south books were instrumental in bringing their idea of channeling to a broad public audience.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sixty seven degrees mostly clear New York on Bob brown now it's trending on seventy seven W. A. B. C. and W. C. E. O. dot com president trump issuing sanctions against Turkey for actions in northern Syria a statement attributed to president trump looks to get ahead of expected Senate action against Turkey he says I will soon be issuing an executive order authorizing the imposition of sanctions against current and former officials of the government of Turkey and any persons contributing to Turkey's destabilizing actions in northeast Syria like once the steel tariffs will be increased back up to fifty percent the level prior to reduction in may the president concludes I am fully prepared to swiftly destroyed Turkey's economy if Turkish leaders continue down this dangerous and destructive path Bob Constantini Washington the fort worth police officer who shot and killed an African American woman inside our own home is resigning Erin dean turning his badge in this morning hours before fort worth in from police chief red cross is going to fire him body cam footage released by forward police shows the officer firing his weapon seconds after noticing movement inside the home killing a touchy on Jefferson actually cores Jefferson's older sister she was enjoying a line in her home police were outside the house on a welfare check call after a neighbor noticed the front door was open police acknowledged the officer didn't identify himself before the shooting Clayton novel Dallas fort worth any or grunge diocese of confirming for priests are on administrative leave after allegations of abuse dating back decades there's a candlelight vigil tonight for the men were killed Saturday morning in Brooklyn Rockland county community morning after two teens were killed when the SUV they were running and fell off an overpass in onto train tracks Sunday the Pearl River superintendent says the community will come together to get through this tragedy will have counselors available today and throughout the week our hearts go out to all of the victims police say pro river high school senior seventeen year old Alton Nasar's and fifteen year olds in the house second to Brooklyn ripple passengers they were both killed the driver of the vehicle seventeen year old are you sure don check of Orangeburg is recovering from serious injuries the car there and went off to route three oh four overpass by dangerous curve Sunday afternoon in Pearl River police say a first hit another vehicle before going off the overpass and catching on fire I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. ABC news the joker turning out to be no joke at north America's box offices the Todd Phillips directed movie starring Joaquin Phoenix is the number one film in the U. S. and Canada for the second straight week Dow closing down twenty nine nasdaq down eight as to be down for game three action Astros tomorrow at the stadium of the ALCS series tied at one tonight game three of the N. O. C. S. nationals in Karaj in Washington that's the the series two games to none I understating passive lose three two in overtime Panthers over the devil six for Monday Night.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station sixty seven degrees partly cloudy skies at one o'clock good morning I'm Terry Macready the chairman of the house intelligence committee is hoping the whistleblower who filed a complaint that helped launch the impeachment inquiry into president trump will testify very soon all that needs to be done at this point is to make sure that the attorneys to represent the whistle blower get the clearances that they need to be able to accompany the whistle blower to testimony California Democrat Adam Schiff making the comment on NBC's meet the press he said he doesn't know who the whistle blower is that added they are expected to testify once cleared by intelligence officials Schiff says he's planning to subpoena Rudy Giuliani as panel investigates the trump Ukraine controversy told sixty minutes that the committee needs evidence from president trump's personal lawyer explaining that this week the committee could subpoena Giuliani for documents of former trump administration official says the idea that Ukraine was behind the hacking of the Democratic National Committee back in twenty sixteen is nothing more than a conspiracy theory Tom Basser to slamming president trump's lawyer Giuliani for repeating the bunk claim Bossert served as trump's homeland security adviser and twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen Iran's foreign minister says the US wouldn't be able to end the war with Iran if it started one provides a reef also blame the US for initiating a cyber war with Iran he called cyber attacks on Iran's nuclear facilities very dangerous and irresponsible governor Cuomo says he's are broken over the loss of NYPD officer Brian multi thirty three year old officer Brian mall keen and his partner were attempting to question a twenty seven year old man shortly after midnight on east two hundred twenty nine street by the even walled houses here's chief of department Terrence Monahan a body worn camera all smoking can be heard yelling he's reaching for it he's reaching for it at this time no more shots were fired and also struck a total of three times the suspect was on probation for a drug related arrest and had a. criminal record that included a burglary conviction Monahan called the seven year officer a brave hero who is doing a job that new Yorkers needed him to do a show Bala W. O. R. news New York City department of education worker is facing charges accused of sexually assaulting a nine year old girl in Brooklyn Lisa Matteo has details. a new poll finds a growing number of Americans troubled by the Ukrainian scandal the ABC news Ipsos poll shows more than sixty percent of those surveyed called it a serious problem for president trump the poll released just yesterday morning found that forty three percent consider trumps interactions with the Ukrainian leader to be a very serious problem the crown prince of Saudi Arabia is denying accusations that he ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi crown prince Mohammed bin someone telling CBS's sixty minutes of the killing was a heinous crime but he absolutely did not order it showed he was killed after going into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey last October even though he wasn't behind the crime someone said he takes full responsibility because it was carried out by people working for the Saudi government U. S. intelligence agencies believe Selmon did order to show Jeez murder authorities in Ohio are searching for for inmates who escaped from a prison the men over power to female corrections officers at the collegiate county jail in the southern part of the state that used a homemade weapon and were helped.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station sixty seven degrees and partly cloudy at eight o'clock evening I'm Terry Macready the head of the Senate intelligence committee says they still need more information after hearing from the acting director of national intelligence about the whistle blower complaint this will generate more questions and we asked today so the next two weeks will probably be trying to get answers to those but were started in the process don't expect us to do to move the light speed that'll probably happen in my house North Carolina Republican Richard Burr telling reporters acting Dan I. Jos McGuire and the intelligence community inspector general were extremely forthcoming in their closed door meeting with lawmakers house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says whistleblower has given a roadmap for the impeachment investigation speaking after acting the and I'm acquire testified before his committee the California Democrat it says they're planning to investigate the dozens of other individuals who were on the call that were referenced in the whistle blower complaint the Pentagon is releasing specifics about the US deployment to Saudi Arabia secretary of defense mark espera announced they're sending about two hundred support personnel one patriot missile defense battery and FOR Sentinel radars officials say other additional forces are on standby a civil lawsuit is being filed in connection with the toddlers deadly fall from a window in Brooklyn Lisa G. reports Juanita Williams the mother of two year old the res Williams junior says building management ignored their multiple requests for window child guards. until they come in. the windows was off.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station sixty seven degrees and clear at three o'clock good morning I'm Terry Macready after a whirlwind Wednesday of who said what the Congress first thing the white house's account the phone call at the center of the whistleblower complaint and then the intelligence committees finally seeing the official document ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran says president trump is likely to use his own words those words many Democrats find incriminating as his own best defense the defense of the president is raising is that you're looking at that wrong what do you think you see you aren't really saying his defenses I wasn't operating in my personal political interests there I wasn't saying help me defeat a political rival I was being president is his argument I was trying to help Ukraine with the issue of corruption which is in the U. S. national interest ABCS Terry Moran reporting the whistleblower complaint could be released to the public later on today it's been declassified and lawmakers were able to view it on Wednesday president trump says he released the transcript of another phone call he had with the Ukrainian president explaining the White House transcript that was released on Wednesday was from a second call he noted he's being asked for the first phone conversation which he says he'll also release if it's important the trump administration is banning senior Iranian officials and their families from entering the US from this proclamation of the visa ban describes Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism that threatens the peace and stability of the Middle East and around the world the MTA board is approving a five year multi billion dollar capital plan Jennifer wilsoni reports MT a tear pad voice is the largest capital plan ever at fifty one billion dollars relies on new funding passage.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Radio station sixty seven degrees and clear at nine o'clock good evening I'm tearing the creek the chairman of the house intelligence committee says the federal whistleblower process is being disrupted by the trump administration that whole purpose is being frustrated here because the director of national intelligence has made the unprecedented decision not to share the complaint with Congress California Democrat Adam Schiff telling reporters that the law is clear that Congress must receive whistleblower complaints within a certain period of time Intel community inspector general Michael Atkinson is in the middle of a dispute within the administration about releasing the whistle blower complaint to lawmakers New York City authorities detailing their security plan for the seventy fourth session of the United Nations General Assembly James flippin attended the briefing dignitaries from one of her in ninety three countries will be in Manhattan for the gathering which has been designated a national special security event many of the secret service runs the show in the NYPD co chairs chief of intelligence Thomas co RD two to the international symbolism of the event also the media coverage and have an almost every head of state in the world in New York City at one time always does make for you and an appealing target there's no specific threats identified however one thing they can be certain plenty of traffic on the east side transportation chief Thomas chant use public transportation utilize the bicycle lanes that are available to them the event runs through the thirtieth I'm James flippant W. O. R. news Monmouth university poll showing senator Cory Booker lagging behind the front runners in his home state of New Jersey Joe Biden stands at twenty six percent and senator Elizabeth Warren has twenty percent while Booker is getting support from only nine percent of New Jersey and a bill extending a government funding until late November is heading to the Senate after passage by the house Tom Roberts has details the so called a stopgap spending. aims to head off any possibility of a shut down when the government runs out of money at the end of this month it also gives lawmakers more time to hammer out the specifics of a two year spending plan that was recently agreed to the compromise deal pushes any future spending disputes beyond the twenty twenty elections Tom Roberts NBC news radio a teenager is being held without bail in the fatal stabbing of an Oceanside teenager on Monday Lisa G. reports Nassau County police commissioner Patrick writer says he's hoping students with video of the brawl were sixteen year old Qasim Morris was killed will turn their videos then there's video evidence that is out there would like you to have it to come forward and give it to us if you know of anybody who was at the scene come forward and give it to us eighteen year old Tyler flak of lido beach pled not guilty in the stabbing death of Morris he was arraigned in Hempstead on a second degree murder charge I'm Lisa G. W. O. or do another death being linked to vaping a man in his forties died this week in Saint Louis health officials in Missouri claim the man had.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search TRA F. F. I. X. Chicago in the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center as sunshine and breezy today comfortable humidity as well but those wind gusts will begin to pick up later today sometime this afternoon thirty five mile an hour gusts will see afternoon highs in the mid seventies clear skies by tonight then Thursday sunny behind eighty three there's a chance of an afternoon storm Thursday but those guys should clear out again by Thursday night right now it's up sixty three degrees at here under fair skies the winds are calm Bronner's steady it sixty seven degrees at the lake front I'm the one in the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN welcome back Nick junior here on seven twenty WGN live the skyline studio this morning it's Wednesday well card once a year that's a any artist any song anything really requests and will play a little bit later three one two nine eight one seven two one three one two nine eight one seven two hundred who requested that this committee is from Dinos Chubb rock yeah there you go all right welcome back everybody we're talking about weird things that have been banned in different states throughout.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Up to sixty seven degrees we should have about eighty as gonna be a partly cloudy day today with peekaboo sentient been talking a lot lately about the in Newport bridge the Pell bridge because phase two of work on the Newport bridge as it started on Monday and slowing things down to say the least there yesterday we were talking about another bridge and today we're talking about whether or not traffic jam will soon be a thing of the past with a series of major highway projects already ramping up across the state Providence journal reports that run island transportation officials are turning their attention to traffic backups on route one ninety five west and designing major changes to the way drivers across the Seekonk river a seventy million dollar Rhode Island department of transportation plan that was released last month would add an additional west palm lane to the Washington bridge carrying route one ninety five over the river wild permanently closing again street exit to the east side of Providence so instead before reaching the Washington bridge drivers headed for the east side would be directed to the Henderson bridge to the north so the purpose of the bridge redesign is to end the weaving of automobiles bearing right for the game off ramp while others merge left onto the highway from the Thompson Avenue on ramp and if you've ever had to make that the little swoop there you know what I'm talking about right so many of us have let's face it in order to has to make a quick right if they want to hit that game exit and then everybody else is having the other way so a lot of fender benders because by that that particular merge their truck tools being collected on route six Patrick Anderson in the pro Joe says Rhode island's third told lawn tractor trailers on route six in Providence began charging big rigs on Tuesday night the new five dollar toll is the first of ten new told us that the department of transportation expects to activate.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now this is a live look from mobile news tracker at southbound i seventy near the north split no big backups at that spot stephanie's watching that but she's also watching the the weather we'll see some wet on the pavement there yeah no need for the air conditioning on in the car though this yes no need for the air conditioning i think you can leave the umbrella at home today what pavement most likely from the overnight showers we saw citizens shape up to pretty good day i think it'll be a great day for anybody adding out and about who has the day off because temperatures will warm to just the degree or two shy of the normal high and we're starting off now in the lower sixty it's sixty degrees here in the city sixty seven in muncie sixty four north of us in kokomo in sixty four in bloomington so everybody waking up to the sixties and is quiet for everybody right now so i'm tracker not picking up on much of anything precept free right now and cloud cover free for the most part across the entire state at a little bit further was so that's the next weather maker that will eventually impact the upper mid west it will fall apart before it makes its way into indiana we might see a stray shower too because of that tomorrow but for today enjoy the sunshine that we say so let's take a look at feature cast to the remainder of the morning mostly sunny skies early afternoon much the same as well we'll continue to track a lot of sunshine through the later half of the afternoon evening commute should be okay as well the clouds will build in southern portions of the state that could slide as far north as bedford columbus in southeastern indiana otherwise that's really the only caveat we see in the forecast today it's just a few clouds south of the city otherwise lots sunshine that's going to help warm us into the sixties by eight o'clock sixty seven degrees mid to upper seventies by noon and then eighty three degrees by four o'clock later on today so it looks like a fantastic day with everybody in the eighties for this afternoon eighty-three in greencastle area south of us in the mid eighties is well eighty four in bloomington eighty-five in bedford payday four rather than but for eighty five and columbus for this afternoon tonight temperatures will then cool into the lower seventies by midnight tonight maybe just a few more clouds but i think precipitous still going to hold off even late tonight as the overnight hours overnight lows will fall into the mid s fairly similar territories or waking up to this morning maybe just a degree or two warmer in a few spots then we have an isolated shower chance during the day tomorrow and we see that during the morning hours for our northernmost communities lafayette and kokomo could possibly pick up on a stray shower or two the morning drive we'll continue to track that isolated shower chance through late morning and early afternoon but we still see plenty of dry time for the day tomorrow so nothing to cancel plans over lots of sunshine we'll take us through the later half of the afternoon hours the notice how a few scattered showers and thunderstorms develop by seven o'clock and eastern illinois will eventually cross over the state line so spotty shower chance fairly late in the day come tuesday and early or i should say late wednesday into early thursday night out of the question eighty six degrees tomorrow for high here in the city eighty nine in bloomington eighty nine in bedford eighty eight north of us in kokomo this summer like heat we're turns his earliest tomorrow eighty-one by noon with partly to mostly sunny sky with an isolated shower chance and that will hold through thursdays while our future cast model shows that isolated shower here and there through the morning drive brief breaks here and there with a few clouds and then an isolated shower chance once again through the afternoon hours come thursday by friday we're still holding onto that isolated shower chance but it's nothing to cancel plans over at once again high tech trend over the next couple of days we'll warm we're finally seeing and feeling summer like heat so by one day eighty six degrees eighty seven by thursday by pride day highs we'll touch the lower nineties ninety degrees by saturday and then by sunday upper eighties when you factor in humidity heat indices feel like possibly for few locations in the lower to mid nineties so some heat will return as early as the end of this upcoming workweek chapman heating and cooling eight day forecasts does show that isolated shower chance to the remainder of the week our temperatures really warming up but steamy by the end of the work week here friday isolated storm chance we'll keep that chance in the forecast about next tuesday with they're high still in the mid to upper eighties roadway this morning quiet we're really not looking at a lot of precept this picture here near i four sixty five and i seventy four on the west side volume a bit thick here compared to other spots if this is unusual route.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Will tell you lost weight that she felt she needed to lose. You know, this is women like or power, I don't understand any of it. But the bottom line is, she has lost her ability to determine what is appropriate temperature like I she can now she now thinks seventy six degrees is the appropriate temperature for the kids to go to sleep. And I'm like, at least the, the, the, the thermostat, seventy six degrees. It's really I'm snorting once which is normal. But I mean that's not supposed to be the case. She doesn't understand seventy six is the perfect sleeping temperature. No, no. If you're like in church, it's. Yes, guests, seventy six we'll put you to sleep at that fast. But when you're in bed that's way, too way, too with blankets, and everything on, and she's completely lost the sense, and it's really I don't know how to handle it. I mean because I can't tell her like so we know what the right temperature are. Are you having to try to sleep in seventy six degrees? No, it's so far been able to maintain the cool temperatures because we've always been in agreement that the appropriate. Temperature to sleep at sixty seven degrees. It's cold cold with big covers on me. That's what I do the hate cold. I know. But I like it with, with the big covers on top. I like cold, and then I like to snuggle in. That's been the philosophy. I feel like it was a foundation of our marriage on it. I'm with you. I'm now it's sixty about sixty eight with no covers. No come sixty Tanya has like seven. Nine hundred blankets on her, and she's like I'm freezing. I'm like, I'm sleeping sleeping. I can't take my skin off. I'm sorry, it's too hot. There are things we could do maybe to change how much skin, we have and the layers. But that's she has process. She has pointed that out. But it's like I'm sorry. I'm sorry. See if you're at seventy six and you want to go to sleep. We, we either start to live like, I don't know the king and Queen, and we have separate bedrooms. Yeah. Divorce one of the two because his no, there's no way.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Sixty seven degrees right now in the American standard cooling weather center. The time is eight thirty five. I don't know thing, one about chunky Clements. Not a thing. I don't know anything about that guy whatsoever. I don't know if he's good. I don't know if he's bad. I couldn't tell you a thing all I know is that I want to see this guy on the field, I want to just so when he gets on the field are makes a play. I could hear this. It's a month. There's a whole Meam about this. Honestly, if it wasn't for this tick tock wouldn't exist at all. Chunky climate defensive tackle who got signed by the by the team. He was with Minnesota and twenty seventeen. I think he spent some time with the Rams last year who did some preseason games for them. He's been trying to make it back to the NFL. He did the alliance American football until they folded. I listen team knows what's best for them. I don't get in the way. All I want the guy by the name of chunky. On the team all asking for in the free world for a guy named chunk. Is that too much to ask a simple man, folks? Symbol, man. Simple needs need a guy named chunky on the team. That is it. You can get a roast arrested for performing yoga in Iran. You know, because it's such a loving place. Thirty women and men arrested for attending a yoga class. People arrested in the northern part of a ran taking part in a mixed class and local Justice department official Masud money said the instructor was also arrested had no right? License to run the class had advertised, the event on Instagram, people wearing inappropriate clothing and had behaved abnormally. Yoga pants will do that to you. Not interested in a culture that things because you wear yoga pants you should be arrested. Lord only knows what's going to happen to them while they are under arrest. Have absolutely no clue. What's going to happen to them? It's a reminder that not every place is the US also a reminder that for people who want to get into the idea that somehow. America's evil. America is oppressive America. Not true at all. There was a protest yesterday. An example of this. The protest yesterday that I can't play the audio. There's just too much cursing students from the university of Massachusetts. I've been probably I don't know what UMass. It was. They had a fund, our future rally at the Massachusetts state capital. So they're screaming and yelling that they deserve a free education. They demand that college be free. Now u mass Amherst out of state tuition is thirty two thousand dollars a year in state is about fifteen thousand dollars a year, which means mom and dad, Vernon state student have sixty thousand bucks, right? People center fifteen thousand a year to be not so bad. But there they are screaming and yelling demanding free education. Screaming f this and f that, while this is going on one floor below. There was a ceremony taking place for gold star families. Gold star families. Are those who lost loved one? Right..
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We have sixty seven degrees, partly cloudy skies in Boston at four o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Sherry small years. What's happening? Ah Lawrence man is arrested this morning in connection with the death of an amesbury teenager. Authorities say forty seven year old Carlos Rivera was with thirteen year old khloe Ricard for hours before she died. They say he gave her drugs assaulted her, and then dropped off her lifeless body at Lawrence, General Hospital WBZ's. Chris Bama spoke with the victim stepfather about today's arrest, Ryan Dolan, city, experienced a little sense of relief, a little knowing that Carlos Rivera had been arrested in connection to his stepdaughters bet. He responded as such when I asked, what he might say if given the chance to address the man accused of giving his thirteen year old stepdaughter drugs, assaulting her and leaving her for dead at the hospital if that was your daughter. What would you do if that was you? What would you do? It's sad that I have to go through this, and he hair and see all these things being said about this little kid. I mean meanwhile this kid was crying out for help, you know, and you guys just took. Ride and dumped her off the rolling a bag of trash. How would you like it? If that was your daughter. What would you do in amesbury, Chris? Femme WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Amana shot to death in Brockton last night this morning. Police arrested a suspect. The victim is a thirty two year old man police say he was shot on Highland street just before eleven thirty last night. They found him in a parking lot. He was taken to good Samaritan hospital where he was pronounced dead this morning at about six thirty. Police arrested a suspect after they say they saw him being dropped off near Kingsman avenue. No name so far have been released. Massachusetts. Health officials say a child has tested positive for measles, after visiting a number of locations in the Boston area, that means that other people could have been exposed to the disease. It is the second case of measles this year in Massachusetts. The child was diagnosed on Thursday. The health department says during the infectious period, the child visited the Weymouth club in Weymouth last Saturday, Jack and Jill. Childcare? Air at marina bay in north Quincy on Tuesday and Thursday star market and the Quincy YMCA in Quincy on Wednesday and the crown colony medical center in Quincy on Friday. Now, there have been outbreaks in several states recently, including a confirmed case in Somerset county, Maine governor Janet, Mills of Maine. Meanwhile, signs, a Bill that eliminates religious, and philosophical exemptions for required vaccinations in Maine yesterday, signing means that the state will end non-medical vaccine opt-outs by the year, twenty twenty one for students at public and private schools, and universities including nursery schools. Healthcare facility employees are also included main now joins California, Mississippi and West.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got sixty seven degrees at three o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney is stove burner. That have been accidentally left on. Here's to have been the cause of today's fire in Harlem that killed six people including four children F D N Y Commissioner Daniel migra says the flames broke out and then quickly spread around one forty in the morning, cutting the family off from both their front door and the windows fire escape it started in the kitchen on the stove and eventually involve every room in this apartment. Forty-five-year-old? Andrea Polidori her children ages three to eleven and a thirty three year old man all left debt. My neighbors. A fire get out get out nicer says this Fred Samuel houses apartment did have smoke detectors per records. I'm James flippin W O R news. The House Judiciary committee today is voting to hold attorney general. Embar in contempt of congress honoring subpoenaed to produce Robert Muller's unredacted final report committee chair Jerrold Nadler says the report does not reflect a normal presidents, including his campaigns willingness and eagerness to accept help from a hostile foreign government numerous misstatements, if not outright lies concerning these act those acts and eleven separate incidents of obstructive haven by the president more than seven hundred former prosecutors have told us warrant criminal indictment about Republican Doug Collins of Georgia's as Democrats simply want to go after President Trump Democrats have no plans, no purpose and no viable legislative agenda beyond attacking visit ministration police in Colorado. No more about the two suspects allegedly responsible for opening fire at stem school highlands ranch. They've been identified as eighteen year old Devon Ericson and a seventeen year old whose name is not been released. But who according to reports is in the process of transitioning from female to male and eighteen year old male student was killed eight others hurt in yesterday's shooting. Drivers were Uber. Left and other ride hailing apps are demanding more money better treatment. They turned off their apps for two hours during the heart of morning rush. Now that tens of thousands of drivers went out on strike beta v decide with the New York taxi workers alliance as drivers are demanding better pay no more upfront pricing, where drivers are cut out of the fare revenue. And we want an end to deactivation without any notice or just caused Uber says it's working to improve the driver experience. Live says drivers of earned more hourly over the last couple years near Wall Street in lower Manhattan. Scott Pringle, W O R and the Royal baby has a name as we hear from ABC's. Tom rivers bad. We'll be known as Archie Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor to be precise. The Duke and duchess of Sussex used Instagram to make the announcement posted statement said this afternoon their Royal highnesses introduced her majesty the Queen to her eighth grade grandchild at Windsor Castle Prince Philip and Meg. Gins mother were also present at the special occasion. And the news brought to you by national real the investment advisor is low cost investment substantial monthly pay-outs..
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sixty seven degrees, sunny skies. I'm Sara Lee Kessler with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven w ABC house speaker Nancy Pelosi, she's accusing President Trump of trying to encourage Democrats to impeach him. Coding. Wanting taunting taunting because he knows that will be divisive in the country. But he doesn't really care speaking at Cornell University in New York today Pelosi said Democrats won't fall into that trap. Opening statements in Brooklyn federal court, kicked off today in the trial of the man accused of running the next him sex cult. Liz, Warner has more prosecutors described Keith Ramirez a con man and a predator while he pretended to be a self improvement. Guru. They accuser neary of recruiting women from around the world, his Albany based operation for sex, power and control over them. Georgia now has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation after the state's Republican governor Brian Kemp signed a fetal heartbeat Bill into law today making it illegal to get an abortion in Georgia. Once a heartbeat is detected vets at about six weeks. I have one message for governor Kemp, we will see you, sir. Sir. In court. Stacey FOX Planned Parenthood. Southeast funeral services were held earlier today for longtime queens DA Richard Brown who died at the age of eighty six mayor de Blasio says Brown help shine a spotlight on domestic violence, opioid abuse and animal cruelty. We changed.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Valley is sixty seven degrees as reporter wrench and downtown. I'm Steve coming. Now. A look at KABC traffic. KABC dependable traffic right now in south LA. This is on the one ten southbound right at exposition, we have an overturned or bus. It's taking up the left lane there near drive starting to stack of right around twenty eight th street, and it's jammed all the way after that to Vernon Long Beach. This is all the four zero five northbound at Lakewood boulevard, we have a crash ENC each beat the corporal lane there. Your drive starting to slow up right around Studebaker. No work. Oh, good news. Earlier crash on the fifty southbound after Lima night has been cleared. Your drive is recovering from her Rupa next report at six o'clock number. I advance AM seven ninety KABC this show. Furnished by Rohan Gervin win. It's time for gurvey's law. The intersection of law and life with your host injury compensation. Attorney author and mentor. Allen gurvey Allen is managing attorney at the law firm of Rohan Gervais and win a workers compensation law for represented injured workers for over thirty five years. Joined today by his co-host radio personality and television host Kerri Kasem carry brings a fresh real perspective to the intersection of law and life turning Murphy's law upside down and now here are Allen gurvey and Kerri Kasem, good afternoon, Los Angeles, and everyone.
"sixty seven degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sixty seven degrees. Seven thirty three at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I for the first time President Trump will deliver a state of the union speech tonight before a house dominated by Democrats previewing, the speech on Fox News counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says the president will urge lawmakers to pursue bipartisanship. The president is calling for an end to sort of resistance in retribution politics and calling for cooperation and compromise. He really wants to unify the nation as its commander in chief. And it's president the leader of the nation. Fourteen House Democrats boycotted the president's state of the union address last year. Several democratic lawmakers are also skipping tonight's speech as President Trump gives his state of the union address tonight. Guests of the administration include relatives of a Nevada. Couple. Killed by an illegal immigrant as well. As a former opioid addict and a Delaware boy allegedly bullied because his last name is Trump. Democrats are also bringing guests congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman has invited. A Guatemalan woman living in the US illegally who reportedly have been working at the Trump National Golf Club. Senator Jeff Merkley is invited a mother and daughter from Guatemala who were separated for two months when they tried to cross the border from Mexico and congresswoman Alexandria, oh, Cossio Cortez is bringing the woman who infamously yelled at Senator Jeff flake in an elevator during the break Cavanaugh confirmation hearings, and we will have the speech live right here on NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I at eight o'clock followed by reaction and in tonight's speech. President Trump is certain to renew his call for a border wall. But they're already hard at work and he'll dog oh county customs and border protections as work will begin next week on a border wall on land. The government already owns on the lower Rio Grande valley national wildlife refuge, a butterfly conservation. Board has posted a picture. Of an excavator near the Rio Grande and says, it has been told that all of the land south of the Levy is now government land and conservation officials will be arrested if they set foot on it and just up the river in eagle pass hundreds of members of the latest migrant caravan have arrived across the river NPR's Negras, but many of them are not in good shape. They're sick. They're.
Simple eye exam may detect Alzheimer's disease early
"One half off say an iheartradio station Let me see here, slight chance and I mean a slight chance of rain early this morning. Otherwise cloudy by this afternoon another chance of rain maybe a storm today's high eighty two for the most. Part a pretty nice day, Sunday sunny skies return with, a slight chance of rain and. High of eighty eight sunshine returns both Monday and Tuesday of, next week with highs, in the, upper eighties, to lower nineties currently. Sixty seven. Degrees news a service of progressive insurance. The Ohio
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Sequel in Works With Jon M. Chu to Direct
"Morning and we have sixty seven degrees. Clouds around some light showers as. Well that's the story, for early today then later on sunshine returning a pleasant day with. Lower humidity, highs in the upper seventies. Good, morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories, now a, retired music teacher in. Auburn faces child rape and assault charges Stephen, Jasdaq will. Be arraigned today in Worcester superior court police are searching for two burglars who. Stabbed a homeowner in Pelham, New Hampshire the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the US and China have increased tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's goods and new esscalation. Of the battle. Over, Beijing's
CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call
"Looking good as well now, the latest forecast from The Exergen temporal scanner, weather, center I heart radio station, partly cloudy skies for the rest of this Friday morning and again if you're getting ready. To head out the door. Macy some fog on your. Way to work, if we're gonna be out in about early this morning by this afternoon the fog will burn off a slight chance of, rain and, storms otherwise partly sunny pretty nice day in the. Tri-state today's high eighty seven and, the weekend, absolutely beautiful sunny tomorrow sunny on Sunday with highs in the upper. Eighties sixty seven degrees news a service of progressive insurance and travelcenters of America mayor. John cranley says, he's not surprised that it judge temporarily halted a billboard tax that. He vetoed but city council overrode the judge stating the tax violates the, billboard owners and their clients I meant rights it wasn't a wonder syntax but a seven percent actually the for the businesses. That are affected it's pretty Wake up. And all, of a sudden your whole financial models changed without, much notice one of Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies. Norton outdoor advertising sued the city saying that on top of already turning, permit fees at unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising is also. Sued, making similar claims as Norton Melissa Healy NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WCBS chairman les Moonves says commenting. For the, first time sorta kindness and. Sexual misconduct allegations surfacing, ABC news explains CVS, CEO les Moonves silent about the sexual misconduct allegations. Against. Him that have, rocked the network he's run for two decades speaking on a public earnings call only about CBS financials Nunez in control and praised by at least one investor unless it's. Amazing how much. You've diversified CVS revenue over, the last five years no one asking him about the New Yorker. Expose were Six women came forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS. Hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS. Earlier this week CVS films president Terry press struggling to reconcile the moon as she knows with the allegations posting this statement I. Do not believe that. It is my place to question the accounts put forth. By the, women but I do find myself. Asking that if we are examining the industry, as it existed decades before through. The lens of twenty eighteen should, we also discuss path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting county commissioners. Will be holding a special session later this month to review the preliminary development agreement, with FC Cincinnati for a new practice facility in Milford, commissioners have been asked to approve a one percent increase to the lodging tax. To help reimburse the cost of buying the land the Expressway park softball complex, was bought out earlier this summer with help. From the city of Milford FC Cincinnati plans, to spend an additional thirty million dollars. Building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will take place August. Fourteenth.
How 2 metro Detroit doctors got busted for $20M opioid scheme
"Of the ramp to seventy five traffic is slowing in the area on the Jeffries eastbound after Libranoy there's an accident on the shoulder and. That will cause some. Delays as well for the morning drive also keep in mind Hines drive is closed in both directions between outer drive in Ann Arbor. Trail due to flooding taking a look at your forecast today it's going, to be mostly sunny with a high of. Eighty five degrees partly cloudy tonight the low of sixty eight and then on Friday mostly sunny a chance of a thunderstorm and a high of eighty. Six right now it, is mostly sunny and sixty seven degrees From this town hall dot com newsroom five metro Detroit women are facing, charges in a twenty million dollar opioid distribution scheme authorities accused them of legally prescribing over six hundred seventy four thousand doses. Of opioids to people who didn't need the pain killers and would instead Salva pills on the street to doctors are used of writing multiple prescriptions at a time at oak park's orthopedic medical building those doctors the owner iris Winchester and another employees are charged in. The case officials and. Genesee county are investigating the possible hacking of emergency warning sirens that went off in six areas the first siren sounded just before six. Thirty Tuesday near Mont college while others were triggered at eleven twenty five, in Burton Flint Flint township Gaines township and. Monday township despite the, weather emergency existing the Genesee county nine one one executive board director says they're suspecting the system was hacked due to the tone Made by the siren we update traffic and weather four times an hour another Pasco when the patriots Brian, Kelly is a high taxing. Self-serving politician who puts himself I Kelly voted for grant homes tax hikes killing jobs and hurting families then.
New York City brings internal charges against officer in chokehold death
"New York City is moving, forward with charges against the officer who apply to fatal chokehold to Staten Island man Eric garner for years ago the civilian complaint review board. Says it was informed this morning that the federal government has released its hold on the investigation into NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo the board. Says it has been, ready to, prosecute Pantaleo and, is now in. The process of formerly filing charges against him currently eighty two degrees. Sunny skies, low humidity today mostly clear tonight we'll have. A low of sixty seven degrees and tomorrow mostly sunny once again we'll have a high of eighty four degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from log Mehan makers of Goto meeting a collaborative..
Late-life high blood pressure may harm the brain, study says | WTOP
"News time six forty nine sixty seven degrees sunshine in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now president trump says a us commitment to nato remains very strong despite reports he threatened to pull out in a dispute over defense spending mr trump says the us has been paying quote probably ninety percent of the cost of nato due to a broken rail service is suspended on the green line e branch between brigham circle and heath street tastes s repairs may extend into tomorrow and ghost barry island and the day use area horseback beach state reservation on buzzards bay are closed today and tomorrow due to high surf conditions has duterte tropical storm chris which is causing strong rip currents in other news on the health watch a new study suggests that developing high blood pressure later in life may harm the brain as well as the heart and could possibly be a factor in alzheimer's disease researchers are insisting this is preliminary but after they studied autopsy results on the brains of more than a thousand older people about half of them clergy members they found more signs of silent strokes which damaged brain tissue along with a hallmark of alzheimer's more often occurring in those who had had higher blood pressure because there was only one protein marker for alzheimer's and not amyloid plaques scientists feel that that needs more study but medical experts say this research published in the journal neurology does prove treating high blood pressure through a patient's life span is important i'm jacky quin the results of autopsies are released two days after.
Boston, Trump and Us discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"News time eight eighteen right now we're seeing sixty seven degrees with fair skies in boston to our top stories now china pushing back against president trump's decision would a twenty five percent tariff on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing says it will raise import duties on a thirty four billion dollar list of american goods including soybeans electric cars whiskey and lobster house democrats are marking the sixth anniversary of dhaka the gamma arrow program that has protected dreamers in a capital event house democratic leader nancy pelosi called it an issue of values and the keep families together act has forty senators on board and would end the practice of separating parents and children seeking asylum in the us senator ed markey wants it passed by monday and a second sheriff's deputy died early this morning from injuries suffered when an inmate who was being transported in kansas city overpowered two officers and shot them kansas city kansas police confirmed on their facebook page that deputy teresa king forty four years old died just after midnight following friday's shooting.
'Are you dying, sir?' ER doctor suspended after video shows her mocking patient
"And sixty seven degrees looks like going to be a beautiful night for zac brown at fenway park temperatures eventually getting into the fifties good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories in the wbz newsroom today president trump calls unfair a federal judges decision to jail former campaign chairman paul manafort china immediately imposing penalties on us products in the aftermath of us tariffs on chinese goods at attorney general jeff sessions says the jay is teaming up with the agriculture department to battle the growing crime of elder abuse the fear of trade war send stocks down today the dow nasdaq and sp five hundred all finishing the week in the red the government is shutting down a study that was supposed to show if one drink a day could prevent heart attacks the national institutes of health sites ethical concerns the agency says a number of its employees had close contact with industry officials and kept those interactions secret using private dollars to help pay for research is legal under certain rules but in this particular case officials say the credibility of the study was compromised a silicon valley er doctor is suspended by the hospital after being abusive to a black patient and as we hear from reporter matt bigler this incident was all captured on video in the cell phone video the doctor is seen trying to pull the patient off his gurney and she later uses obscenities while laughing at the young african american man wow he must be dead are you dancer samuel bardwell says his father started filming when dr beth keystroke came to his bedside with a security guard why would there be security when i had done nothing wrong a spokesperson for el camino hospital says we are saddened and disappointed by the physicians unprofessional interaction the contract doctor has been removed from the er schedule matt bigler for cbs news san jose the interim president at michigan state university is refusing to step down john engler accused now by two trustees that he's unfit to lead the school after reports say he suggested the first woman to go public with her accusations about former sports dr larry nassar was probably getting a kickback from her lawyer angler says he's looking forward to a public board of trustees meeting clear the air next friday nine thousand socalled messengers have left for home leaving the southern baptist conference in texas there now spreading a new word leaders.
First lady Melania Trump not attending G7, North Korea summits
"Wsb triple team traffic early and all the news ninety five five and am seven hundred dollars sp pandora's wsb news time is five twenty three was sixty seven degrees here's bronco waters and god hickinbotham first lady melania trump hasn't been seen in public in more than three weeks since before a reported five day hospitalization for kidney procedure abc's meredith mcgrath says now she's going to miss some more big dates coming up the first lady's office tells abc news she will not be joining president trump on his upcoming trips to the g seven summit in quebec and the highly anticipated summit between the united states north korea in singapore's is trump also skipped out on joining the president has family camp david this weekend video shows the moment that the gun of an fbi agent during a back flip on the dance floor at a denver nightclub falls out of his pants and then goes off when he tries to pick it up from someone's talking to one man was shot in the leg the fbi says it's reviewing the incident three zero this morning spacex rocket blast off from cape canaveral carries a satellite which will allow phone companies and internet providers to deliver tv cellular and faster broadband service it'll serve the asia pacific region australia in the middle east and it should have enough fuel to last twenty two years in orbit georgia baseball team is one win away from advancing in the nc double a tournament's dogs around the number eight national seat the season partly because of the school's lowest era in fifty years but in the postseason it's been all offense georgia scored twenty nine runs a two games to advance to this afternoon's regional final get seventeenth right duke if you was one of two they'll get number nine texas tech in a super regional in athens this weekend wsb sports director jay black reports first.
Uber driver fatally shoots passenger on Denver interstate
"To get down to around fifty seven degrees or so and we're looking at a high tomorrow in the low seventies yeah it's not bad at all now there are some showers out there this evening most of it to the north and to the west so that's just one caveat but other than that it doesn't look too bad and your saturday looks great we're going to get you to around seventy three degrees take advantage because of rain will be back on sunday in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now in downtown seattle decent early evening we have sixty seven degrees komo news time six thirty five police and colorado state it's still unclear what led to a deadly shooting inside an uber car early this morning driver stating he just shot a passenger passenger fortyfiveyearold young kim shot multiple times denver police trying cpr but he did not survive the interstate where it happened shut down for hours the driver twenty nine year old michael hancock is now facing a first degree murder charge hancock allegedly told a witness he opened fire because his passenger attacked him clinton said doll reporting komo news time is six thirty six you're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico of similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will too with that in mind we need to make sure that we have the protocols for mutual aid assistance in place to execute immediately that is governor ricardo rosello of puerto rico on this first day of hurricane season the southeast has already experienced a higher than normal amount of rainfall and subsequent flooding and it doesn't show any signs of letting up for more will could be a very rough hurricane season we say hello to abc's pete combs he joins us from atlanta be what are the forecasters saying about per cain season two thousand eighteen well it's going to be another active season just the kind of activity we've seen over the past couple of years and one of the things that i think everyone is very concerned about here in the.
Tristate Butler County, President and The New York Times discussed on America's Truckin' Network
"The rain the radar shows some scattered rain showers still throughout most of the tristate butler county just has a little bit of rain no over it right now but warren clermont hamilton and boone county are seeing the worst of it out this time it is sixty seven degrees right now president donald trump on twitter saturday claimed a major newspaper made up an unnamed news source which turned out to be not so secret the president tweeted that the new york times quoted an official who doesn't exist and referenced a line in the story about a possible summit with north korea in which is senior white house official telling reporters that june twelfth summit would not be possible because more planning would be needed the source reports abc news in the times was a senior white house official speaking to a large group of reporters in the white house briefing room on the.
Laverne Cox praises Planned Parenthood for serving transgender community
"The new jersey correction commissioner was out for renomination just a short while ago now he's retiring under a cloud gary flanagan was appointed by chris christie about eight years ago in the new governor phil murphy had planned to keep him on but nj advance media reported sean sullivan says ongoing reports of guards sexually abusing women prisoners and pressure from the correction officers union did him in that criticism is really come from some lawmakers who are fat with what's going on women's prison and from union leaders who have battled with him over and over again over the last eight years the unions had opposed measures the commissioner took to cut costs land against chief of staff marcus hicks will take over as the acting commissioner and in new york planned parenthood of new york city is making transgender health care a priority trans and gender nonconforming healthcare was front and center at the annual gala yesterday wnyc's hundred salazar has more the spring into action gala was held in manhattan and honor transgender actress and activist laverne cox cox praise planned parenthood's efforts to provide safe and affordable healthcare to transgender people across the country and urged the organisation to continue its work with the transgender and gender nonconforming communities outgoing planned parenthood president cecile richards was also honored at the gala she stepped down from her post this week after twelve years with the organization and thanked west airlines plane on route to newark from chicago made an emergency landing after a window cracked midflight an airline spokeswoman says the cabin never lost pressure no one was hurt and inspection after it landed in cleveland did not find any other mechanical problems with the plane has been taken out of service two weeks ago another southwest airlines plane out of new york city was forced to land when an engine exploded and blew out a window killing one woman feels more like summer than spring today tonight we'll have a low around sixty seven degrees currently eighty eight degrees and sunny and central park at six support for npr comes from the main office of tourism offering travellers and opportunity to explore and discover their very own main thing to be inspired be original and be.
GOP-led House panel clears Trump of collusion in its Russia probe, cites 'poor judgment'
"Newsradio twelve hundred w away i the morning clouds sixty seven degrees it's five am at newsradio twelve hundred w ally the gop led house intelligence committee has released a report clearing the trump campaign of russian collusion in two thousand sixteen during the presidential election that's drawing disagreement from democrats democrats called it a rushed job only meant to deflect attention away from the trump campaign that's basically a kindergarten report it was a light once over the report did site what it called illadvised contact with wikileaks by trump associates and highlighted the june six meeting donald trump junior head with russian attorney natalia veselnitskaya a new revelation from vessel nigga she was a government informant for russia's prosecutor general but house intelligence committee report also citing what it calls quote poor judgment and illconsidered actions by both the trump.
Toronto van rampage suspect Alek Minassian charged in court
"On the fours coming up after abc covers the world sixty seven degrees it's seven thirty prosecutors in toronto brought ten counts of murder and thirteen counts of attempted murder against van attacks suspect alec menagian alec menasian remains something of a mystery to the authorities here but they are studying a few clues about him including what they've called a cryptic message menasian posted to facebook before he began his deadly drive down young street it referenced the 2014 uc santa barbara killings authorities are wondering if there's any possible clues there for a motive abc's aaron katersky in toronto to dallas police officers were shot and wounded during an incident in incident at a home improvement store on the city's north side a civilian was also wounded police know who their suspect is there is no information on the conditions of the two officers who were shot or the civilian the alpha tau omega fraternity at the university of central florida's been placed on interim suspension the schools calling it after a woman's claims she was raped by two men during a fraternity party over the weekend richard cantu abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven koa news type seven thirty one sixty seven degrees art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center man.
Oklahoma may be first state to use nitrogen in executions amid lethal injection controversy
"The remoulded break britain is kicking out nearly two dozen russian diplomats the biggest such expulsions since the cold war over a chemical attack on a former russian double agent in england correspondent nick payton walsh has more theresa may laid out that sort of sanctions the measures against russia after russians basically ignored a deadline to explain how about nerve agents canes brenda those two people critically ill twenty three russian diplomats accused of undeclared espionage we'll have a week to leave the country and britain is going to cut its normal relations with russia bilateral relations oklahoma could become the first state to use nitrogen gas to execute death row inmates oklahoma is among several states that have not been able to get the drugs required for lethal injections in part because manufacturers don't want their products used for executions so the state's attorney general and corrections director say nitrogen will help them resume carrying out the death penalty oklahoma has had one of the nation's busiest death chambers but has not carried out an execution since two thousand fifteen after a series of mishaps i'm jan johnson joey production in new mexico took a hit last year the associated press reports total production was down by seven thousand tonnes compared to twenty sixteen planted chilly acreage declined by eighty one hundred acres at the value of the crop fell to forty four point six million dollars eight eighty percent of last year's crop went for processing the rest went to the fresh chili market if you've got a parking ticket in santa fe the past few months you're off the hook the tickets have been tossed out after battery flaws caused two hundred eighty parking meters tomorrow function cities gotten calls in the last several months about issues with the meters a city spokesman says the problem was with the solar charged batteries that keep the meters operating sixty seven degrees in albuquerque our next update at six i'm gonna remolding bring ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kk you'll be when.