31 Burst results for "Sixty Six Degrees"
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam
"Was a sunny sixty six degrees when a Lisa, lamb arrived in Los Angeles on January twenty sixth two, thousand thirteen. It felt vastly different from the frigid winters back home in Vancouver Canada. Lisa was a student at the University of British Columbia. She had decided to spend her winter break traveling up the coast of California by train. This trip was a big opportunity for Lisa. She was fascinated by the film and fashion industries. So what better place to experience both then Los Angeles? Over the past year she'd gained some traction on her blog, a site where she discussed her favorite style and beauty trends. But Lisa also opened up to her followers about her personal life. At Lisa's parents were a recent theme in her blog. They had immigrated from Hong Kong Years Prior, and we're particularly worried about their daughter traveling through America alone. But at least had promised to call them every day to check in operating on a student's Budget Lisa booked a cheap hotel in downtown. Los Angeles about a twenty minute walk from union station. It was called these stay on main, but it used to go by a more infamous title the Sicel Hotel. When Hotel Your William Hanner built the Sel in nineteen, twenty four, he installed its marble lobby stained glass windows and Parisians. Sure. Hanner hoped these ornate features would attract socialites and businessman five years later, the Great Depression hit and over the following decades, the property fell victim to the economic disaster. While glamorous visitors continued to stay at the C. Soul in the nineteen thirties and forties. By the time World War Two had passed most guests were transients or low income citizens of the city. The neighborhood surrounding the hotel gradually became known as skid row it streets hosted thousands of homeless citizens. Skid row grew to be the epicenter of criminal and drug activity in Los, Angeles and the seasonal hotel was at the heart of it. Countless sexual assault cases, several murders, and over a dozen suicides have happened behind its doors Elizabeth short more famously dubbed. The Black Dahlia was rumored to have had a drink at the hotel the night of her murder in January nineteen, forty seven. Whether. Or not. She actually stepped foot into the sea soul her body was found only blocks away. In. One thousand, nine, hundred, sixty to a guest named pauline in dough from the ninth storey window landing on a passer-by. Both people died. In the Nineteen Eighties serial killer Richard Ramirez better known as the night stalker lived at the hotel during one of his murder sprees in return there each night after committing his crimes. It's unclear whether a lease, a new, the properties history, but the neighborhood didn't sound any alarms for her. On January twenty eighth her third day in Los Angeles she checked into the hostile style shared room at the newly rebranded stay on main hotel. On January twenty sixth and Lisa updated her blog. She seemed excited about going to a speakeasy at discreet cocktail lounge where she planned to catch some live jazz. Her next update shared some concerning news. She said she lost a cell phone that evening keyword being A. She wrote that the phone wasn't hers but had been borrowed from a friend. It's not entirely clear if Lisa had another device on hand or needed to borrow this one because her own phone was broken. She had a laptop with her to her blog but complained about the bad WIFI in the hotel. On January thirty, first, a Lisa was switched from shared dormitory to a private room. According to the Hotel Management Elisa's roommates had filed complaints about her odd behavior. Just what this behavior was is unclear even so at Lisa's trip appeared otherwise uneventful until January thirty first, which was supposed to be her final day in Los Angeles. She was due to check out the next morning on the thirty first she visited a bookstore close to the hotel. The shots manager said she spoke to a Lisa who seemed to be in good spirits. At, Lisa told her that she was buying gifts for her family. She was also looking for a book that wouldn't be too heavy to carry on her journey. According to the police the bookseller was one of the last people Lisa had contact with. When a Lisa's parents didn't hear from her that evening they called the Los Angeles Police Department in a panic. Lisa had been checking in daily.
Sunny Skies Continue; Weekend Rain Approaching Chicago
"Somers common the a first official day of of summer summer I I guess guess will will be be Saturday Saturday right right that's that's that's that's the the longest longest day day summer summer solstice solstice four four forty forty four four PM PM on on Saturday Saturday and and still still gonna gonna feel feel like like summer Saturday although probably some rain moving in here for the weekend until then nope we've got what we used to call a carbon copy of yesterday's weather in the weather the day before only we've updated that let's see's not Xerox copy what are you calling it see a cut and paste cut and paste weather today yeah there you go it's gonna look a lot like yesterday and feel a lot like yesterday but a little bit warmer high near eighty nine mid to upper seventies today by the lake front clear skies tonight low down to sixty six in the tomorrow mostly sunny a twenty percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms high near ninety two that continues into Saturday and Sunday and into Monday as well right now in Chicago some sunshine and here at sixty six degrees there sixty six admin way and sixty eight along the lakefront
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We have sixty six degrees and cloudy skies at four o'clock good morning I'm Steve greenfield New York City is on track to enter phase two on Monday governor Cuomo said all the figures look good New York City would have been phase one for fourteen days you look at all the numbers all the numbers are good in addition the red cross is now testing all donations for corona virus antibodies this includes blood plasma and platelets while the test won't show a current positive results it will tell donors if they've had a past infection president trump's pick to lead voice of America and other U. S. funded outlets has cleaned house firing the chiefs of each news agency just weeks after taking the job A. B. C.'s Conor Finnegan reports from our Washington bureau Michael packs in his first all staff email Wednesday morning seeking to reassure his new colleagues about his commitment to the firewall that protects their editorial independence but hours later he fired the heads of radio free Asia radio free Europe radio liberty and the Middle East broadcasting network voice of America's top two executives resigned on Monday critics fear pack the conservative filmmaker tied to Steve Bannon will push the outlets to promote president trump Conor Finnegan ABC news Washington fire company land as being given until Thursday night to surrender before being arrested in connection with the shooting death of Richard Brooks he was charged with murder yesterday and Garrett Rolph also faces assault charges for kicking the father of four as he was bleeding on the ground one of the stars of that seventies show charged with rape ABC's Jason Nathanson files this report Danny Masterson has been facing accusations of rape for years but it seems police could make a case until now he's been charged in Los Angeles with raping three women the incident allegedly occurring between two thousand one and two thousand three when Masterson would have been at the height of his fame is a star on the fox sitcom that seventies show you more recently starred in the Netflix comedy the ranch his attorney says in a statement that the actor is innocent and the truth will come out asters and faces a sentence of forty five years to life if convicted Jason Nathan's and ABC news Hollywood Twitter is introducing voice tweets users can record up to one hundred forty seconds of audio and posted to their feet employees of the social media companies say it will create a more human experience for list since storytellers alike the news is sponsored by Peter every summer countless dogs died from heat stroke after being left alone.
Chicago Weather: Keep The Umbrellas Handy For The Weekend
"Nick partly sunny skies on this Saturday it will be cooler than yesterday most areas especially along the lake front the chance of a late day sprinkle but today by far away is gonna be the drier of the two weekend days look for highs sixty six degrees at the airports seventy four in the southwest and south suburbs in only fifty five at the lake shore tonight cloudy skies a few showers will be most numerous late hello fifty two on Sunday mostly cloudy with periods of showers and thunderstorms some locally heavy downpours high seventy two Monday cloudy windy and cool chance for light showers or drizzle high fifty seven Tuesday mostly cloudy sixty three and on Wednesday partly to mostly cloudy high sixty
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"It is cloudy and sixty six degrees news time is six fifty two it is time for news about your money so he's out today so we have the Bloomberg news desk stocks fell at the open to kick off the month of may earnings announcements and economic data have been serving as reminders of lasting pain from the corona virus pandemic Amazon said late yesterday it might see a loss in the current quarter as it boosts spending to keep logistics operations running smoothly sales were higher in the latest quarter and beat estimates but net income missed apple reported quarterly revenue that grew one percent to beat estimates but CEO Tim cook said the company experienced a very depressed period in late March and early April the owner of Burger King Popeyes and Tim Hortons coffee shops today reported a drop in earnings and revenue from a year ago but it wasn't because of Popeyes sales at the chicken outlets surged more than twenty six percent in the latest quarter restaurant brands did say that it expects a bigger impact from covert nineteen in this quarter and crude oil is making a bit of a comeback it's up about three percent just above nineteen dollars a barrel this morning Gina survey Bloomberg radio now it's time for extra thirteen sixty Fox Sports San Diego we'll begin this morning with disappointing news from the youth sports little league has canceled the twenty twenty World Series and regional tournaments as well due to the corona virus in college football news big twelve commissioner Bob dole's Lee said he's optimistic about college football starting on time or close to it but is skeptical of being able to go through the entire season without disruption because the corona virus pandemic among his top concerns is whether it's possible to make it all the way to the college football playoff without having to stop this season in basketball news the NBA issued a memo advising teams not to arrange coronavirus tasks for a symptomatic players and staff the memo states that for the time being it is not appropriate in the current public health environment to regularly test all players and staff for the corona virus I'm judge Richard selection thirteen sixty Fox Sports San Diego Georgia governor Brian Campbell lifted statewide shelter in place order for most of.
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
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty six degrees in Boston at nine o'clock good evening I'm done here's what's happening. North Carolina rally tonight the president taking note of a special how selection tomorrow in the tar heel state right here in the great state of North Carolina with your support tomorrow we take the first steps to firing speaker Pelosi and winning back the house the president painting a bleak picture of a nation he claim would be overrun with crime poverty and immigrants if Democrats are in power in Washington the president saying peace talks with the Taliban are dead talks collapsing after Taliban attack last week in Afghanistan killed an American service member along with eleven others North Korea says it's willing to resume nuclear talks with the US later this month however the north says Washington must come to the negotiating table with acceptable new proposals if that doesn't happen they say dealings between the two countries may come to an end should congressman Joe Kennedy decide to run against incumbent senator ed Markey next year he won't have the support of two top legislative leaders house speaker Bob DeLeo and Senate president Karen spill because say they're standing by their endorsement of marquee I would also intend to keep my commitment to senator mark a legal win for Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins today in her bid to have charges dropped against some of the counter protesters arrested during the straight pride parade a single justice of the state Supreme Court ruling that a lower court judge had no authority to force the DA to prosecute one of them D. A. Rollin says this dispute never should have made it before a justice of the S. J. C. this was a colossal waste of time because anyone who's gone to law school knows the prosecution there's a separation of powers Rollins is pleased that justice ruled municipal court judge Richard Senate had no constitutional authority to deny her request to drop charges against some counter protesters charged with minor offenses in exchange for community service the DA says the state's judiciary system is routinely unfair to minorities and low income residents what I. I'm excited about is the media finally sees how much power people can wield in a system because you happen to be paying attention now you're seeing what a lot of poor people and people of color of experience every single day with the judiciary Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio the nation's attorneys general including here in Massachusetts are launching an anti trust investigation into Google and its efforts to maintain dominance in the tech world in nearly every state in the union along with Washington DC importer Rico joining in a bipartisan investigation of Google and its parent company offer that focused on a wide scope related to advertising practices another undisclosed findings Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton leading the charge this investigation this is.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is sixty six degrees at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. President Trump is promising a bright future. If he's reelected. We did not merely transferring power from one party to another. But we transferred power back to you. The proud citizens of the United States of America. Speaking at a rally announcing his reelection campaign in Orlando. Florida, Trump says he's restored government of by and for the people. Well Senator Bernie Sanders is responding to the launch of the president's twenty twenty reelection. Campaign for president who is a racist. Who's a sexist was a homophobe, who is an e is a religious, big president kicks off his campaign for reelection. A new poll finds him trailing Democrats in the sunshine state. The corner peac university poll finds former vice president, Joe Biden leading President Donald Trump and Florida fifty to forty one percent and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leads Trump forty eight to forty two percent Newark police are working to determine if two separate downtown shootings are connected after gunfire left, a person dead and four others injured, the first shooting was around four o'clock per north police near Dr Martin Luther King boulevard and Spruce Street three people hit by gunfire. One of them a man died of his injuries shortly after that a separate shooting on south orange avenue, where two women were hit by bullets earlier this month. A man was shot dead on market street. Also in the downtown area and similarly in broad daylight, I'm James flippin w. Our news. Well, some New Jersey voters are never going to forget their day at sea Monday. Jeff curly was with a few people in a small boat off the jersey shore when a giant, sharks while I'm up to them, and what came next was a scene straight out of the movie, jaw. We've definitely were afraid of it coming into the boat more because it.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty six degrees. Sunshine on this Saturday morning, the eighth of June two thousand nineteen welcome to the weekend. I'm Charlie drawn. And here's what's happening. We started with a tragedy inside the tip O'Neill tunnel tavern earlier this morning. WBZ's presponse joins us with all the very latest. Chris, Charlie good morning. It's a double fatal accident to motorcyclists that crashed inside the northbound side of the O'Neill tunnel early early this morning. This one just before three o'clock, the preliminary investigation says the deceased part of a group that was a group of motorcycles that were making their way through the northbound expressway, and they crashed these two men when they lost control just before exit twenty three both suffered fatal injuries and were pronounced dead at the scene. How to others on motorcycles in that group stopped, they hung around they waited, they spoke with state police names of these victims and the names of the men with them have not been released. Purred notifying. Next of kin and there's one bit of good news out of this challenged created a ton of backup, but someone who had stolen bicycle in the town Braintree and was trying to avoid state police. They got forced off the roadway because of that backup and they were apprehended already more on that story as it develops throughout the morning, the nationwide meningitis outbreak from seven years ago, eight hundred people sick and more than one hundred died, fourteen people charged two people have now seen their convictions overturned US district judge Richard Stearns, calling the convictions of Gregory. Claro Sharon Carter, legally impossible, the two employees of the now, defunct, New England compounding center found guilty five years ago of conspiracy to defraud the US Kennedy are was part owner Carter director of operations, another state filing suit against the pharmaceutical company that manufacturers Oxycontin, claiming that they misled doctors into prescribing more. Opioids idaho. Attorney general said Purdue pharma carried out one of the deadliest marketing campaigns in history and announcing a lawsuit against the drug company that manufactures, Oxycontin, blossom claims that in two thousand fifteen Idaho doctors wrote one point three million opioid prescriptions nearly enough for every person in the state that scene. It's opioid death rate nearly tripled since nineteen ninety nine thousands of lawsuits have been filed against Purdue pharma, which denies wrongdoing, but Idaho's is one of the relatively few that also names. Eight members of the company's founding Sackler family, a family spokesman has it's misguided attempt to place blame where it does not belong. Brian Clark, ABC news. President Trump announcing deal he says will hold off tariffs on goods from Mexico. President returns to Washington Friday from European trip during which President Mike Pence, and secretary of state. Mike Pompeo have been running point on negotiations with Mexico as the country to avoid a five percent tariff on goods. Starting Monday, just hours after President Trump returned to the White House. He tweeted a deal has been reached to suspend the tariffs indefinitely, saying that Mexico is take. Quote, strong measures to stop the flow of migrants through Mexico to the US outhern border. Mark Remillard, ABC news. Seven thirty three ever had a flat tire, one company, working hard to put an end to that aggravation. Get to that story coming up at first, let's get to the roads. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes morning, rob good morning, Charlie. Get a nice ride as we take a look downtown. No delays against the city of the lower deck of ninety three and from Selva square over the combranch. The lever connector looks good down onto Storrow and no problems along the Charles Tillman airport tunnels row K south of town, the expressway fine from Boston to Braintree. Route three's final on the south shore down to their sag more. Twenty five east is okay. The born and no delays on twenty four or ninety five from one twenty eight down to Rhode Island out west of town, the pike looks good from Boston out towards millbury north of the city. Three ninety three and ninety five look good to New Hampshire. Route one is clear through Saugus, and the upper end of one twenty eight looks good from Wakefield up past Peabody. Rob Hekla WBZ's traffic on the three rob. Let's check that four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. With dean devore we got a good weekend. Burrowing as we've been telling you mostly sunny today, we'll get up to seventy four downtown up or.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty six degrees and cloudy in Boston at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm art Cohen. And here is what's happening. Patient evacuations are underway at the Goddard rehab center in Stoughton. Because of a mechanical issue inside the building a total of twenty one patients are being relocated. By Stoughton firefighters with assistance from Mansfield Walpole Franklin, and well, those are the towns that are assisting some of the patients are receiving oxygen. WBZ has a reporter headed to the scene, and we will have updates Boston. Police are investigating four people stabbed overnight WBZ's. Karyn regal is there. Four people were stabbed at a roadside the society on high nightclub here on high street. You can see the evidence the splatter on both sides of the street. And in the street crews in has MAC gear are cleaning up a giant pool of red staining, the granite of the high rise across the street one victims injuries had been life threatening. But they've been upgraded now in Boston. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio commuters may have been hoping. It was an April Fools joke. But it's not starting tomorrow commuters are bracing for the start of a big. Two year road improvement project on and around the Tobin bridge, mass dot says it begins resurfacing parts of the bridge and route one in Chelsea both north and southbound traffic is going to be impacted officials are encouraging commuters to make smart travel decisions such as using public transit and the appropriate travel apps to help minimize delays. The House Judiciary committee said in April second deadline for the full Mola report to be turned over to congress. But attorney general William bar is expected to miss that deadline saying he will release a redacted version of the report in mid April, Illinois Democrat, dick Durbin on NBC's. Meet the press says there's precedent to turn over the full report to congress ample precedent when it came to Clinton investigations in the past for Hillary, and for Bill Clinton, there were massive reports unredacted turned over to congress that should be the case here as well. He also says there's a new species of political dinosaur, and it's called the Bara dactyl. Meanwhile, special counsel Robert Muller's twenty two month investigation determined Russia did interfere in the twenty sixth national election, but did not prove there was a criminal conspiracy. With President Trump's campaign on ABC's this week host and chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl and acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, reacting to the Miller report the way it was supposed to work. We don't think it should have taken place in the first place. But since it did we're glad it was as thorough as it was because it said exactly what the president said it would say from the very beginning. Which was there was no collusion and no obstruction. The president has said he has no problem with the report being fully released before his administration reviews. It it is eleven o three. For traffic and weather together.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That sixty six degrees at two o'clock. Good morning. I'm sick Guzman. The Tri state area still reeling from severe storms that struck the region yesterday, some of which may have been a tornado crazy dark very rainy trees are down. It's almost impassable down. There tornado warnings have been posted in numerous areas of northern Westchester and Dutchess county point both saw severe damage and officials are trying to verify if a tornado struck at Newcastle on pound ridge, hundreds are without power tonight, some areas experienced severe flooding as well, including Peekskill one person is dead after they were struck by an nj transit train in east orange. Nj transit said happened about six last night and the Morris and Essex line near the brick church station commuters experienced delays of up to two hours while. An investigation was underway. The name of the victim not yet released. The New York Times investigation into President Trump's path to riches is raising allegations of suspect tax schemes in Trump has portrayed himself as a master deal maker who turned two million dollar loan from his father into a multi-billion dollar empire. I started off in Brooklyn. My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars. I came into Manhattan, and I had to pay him back, and I had to pay them back with interest. The New York Times reports much of his fortune is built on what the paper called dubious tax schemes and outright fraud. The president's attorney called the story one hundred percent false and highly defamatory, but state tax officials said they're reviewing the allegations which are too old to be prosecuted. Aaron Katersky ABC news New York Times says the FBI investigation is supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is expected to be finished shortly. Senators could see the results of the probe is early. As today advocates are demanding that funding the established for the New York City subway system at the state level through the use of. Ingestion pricing. Amid morning rally. Over two dozen groups riders alliance political director, Rebecca Belan says congestion pricing is the fair path forward for what she calls governor Cuomo's MTA. He's the only person who could put the funding that's required into the MTA. Jesse Wayman and advocate for the unemployed says opportunities are being lost. I'm worried about the person that's trying to get to a job interview. But she's worried she's going to be late the coalition vowing to keep the heat on Cuomo and state lawmakers to include funding in next year's budget at union square James flippin for seven ten W O R toy retailer toys, R us, not dead yet. And maybe trying to stage a comeback on the brink of bankruptcy. It's lenders pulled out of a plan. Bankruptcy auction. The Wall Street Journal says those lenders are planning to revive the business after deciding the brand is too valuable to give up since they've sold off most of their retail stores. However, it is unclear how they plan to reopen..
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is sixty six degrees at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue Guzman. Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway is revealing that she's a victim of sexual assault. I feel very empathetic frankly for victims of sexual assault sexual harassment and rape that. I'm a victim of sexual assault. I don't expect judge Cavanaugh or Jake tapper or Jeff flake or anybody to be held responsible for that. She made her comments on CNN state of the union with Jake tapper. She also slammed the network for making comparisons between cavenaugh and Bill Cosby saying the comparison was a disgrace anchor should have shut the conversation down. Meantime, Senator Lindsey Graham says he's betting that Brett Cavanaugh will be confirmed as a supreme court Justice highly qualified, I think he's capable man. I'm going to vote for him. Melissa bombshell comes out that I don't know about ABC's this week the South Carolina Republican says as long as the FBI investigation doesn't bring up any new allegations against judge Cavanaugh everything will proceed to move forward. Police say five boy scouts are in the hospital after being struck by a car in Long Island group of boys walking on the street and manner feel about two this afternoon when the car struck them the condition of the injured boys not known police are still investigating. Two people are injured one critically after fire tore through a home. In Brooklyn ficials say the blaze broke out on the second floor about ten thirty A M at a home on HALE avenue near forced to avenue in cypress hills. It was under control within the hour. The cause is under investigation. The diocese of Rockville centre is now looking into allegations of sex abuse against priests there, Terry McCreary with more Monsignor William. Bruce loss ski the pastor of the church of Saint Anthony of Padilla in rocky point is stepping away from his duties as the investigation gets underway. Newsday reports the diocese received a letter last week that accuses per Slavsky of sexually abusing middle school aged child in the nineteen eighties. The letter also referenced earlier complaint that had been made in two thousand two I'm tearing McCreevy for seven ten W O R officials believe a man who fired shots into an Ulster county hospital on Friday, maybe in the New York City area. Forty two year old Joshua Stewart's been on the run after police say he. He fired at least five rounds or police officer is it Ville regional hospital. Nobody was injured NYPD says Stewart has been spotted in sunset park and in flatbush they say he is armed with a semi automatic weapon. And is considered extremely dangerous. Stewart was last seen wearing a flannel shirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers. Authorities in Indonesia say the death toll from Friday's earthquake. And sue NAMI is expected to reach into the thousands over eight hundred thirty people are confirmed dead so far and scores are still missing spokesman for engineers. Use national disaster agency says among those still missing or visitors from France, South Korea and Malaysia hundreds of victims were found in the rubble of.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is sixty six degrees at eleven o'clock at evening. I'm sue Guzman. One person is dead five others injured following a horrific motorcycle crash in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. Police say it happened about four twenty this afternoon. When a motorcycle crashed into a car at Belmont avenue mother gasden in boulevard is a car was making a u-turn forty four year old motorists suffered severe trauma. He was taken to a local hospital and later died. Five people in the car taken to an area hospital with minor injuries. And no charges have been filed Dr Christine Blasi Ford has responded to the Senate Judiciary committee's invitation to testify. Correspondent Linda Lopez with the story. Sources confirmed to ABC news that a tentative deal was struck Saturday evening four Dr Ford who has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual. Salt to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday, though. There are still details to be worked out. Her attorney responded to the latest deadline from the committee Saturday afternoon. Saying, quote, we are disappointed with the leaks and the bullying that have tainted the process we are hopeful that we can reach an agreement on details. Cavenaugh has denied Ford's allegations against him. Singer Paul Simon has wrapped his farewell tour in the place where he grew up queens. Seventy six year old says he wanted to play his last show in Flushing Meadows. Corona park is a way to say goodbye to his fans in his old neighborhood. Simon says he will keep writing and playing music, but he will no longer go out on long concert tours. A popular. Rare Arctic wolf has died at a conservation center in Westchester Attica. Who was the oldest embassador wolf at the wolf conservation center. In south Salem died. This morning, according to officials who made the announcement on Twitter ACA would often make public appearances to call attention to his species critical endangerment status. He was sixteen and the NYPD says driver should expect to be caught up in all kinds of traffic nightmares. Next week as leaders from around the world, come to New York for the UN general assembly NYPD says they'll use road closures and blockades to protect leaders as they move around the city from the UN to their hotels and out to fancy dinners. We'll be running a hundred and eighty nine motorcade on a highest thing we're using forty eight sand trucks two hundred and thirty pieces of concrete block. Yeah. Security will include police boats patrolling the East River aviation units up above and teams of officers on the ground city. Transportation.
Russia pushing for US release of suspected agent
"Rain moving southeast across the tri-state it is sixty six degrees right now Avondale man was shot while working on his car Saturday afternoon Andro into the thirty six hundred block of fine street and Sean at someone else and ended up. Hitting the vehicle and the victim rather. In the leg and the hip he was taking a UC medical center, if you can help police find the shooter call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty Moscow is pushing for the release, of a woman in US custody on. Charges of. Being a Russian agent Russia's foreign ministry says it Syrah gay Lavrov called for Maria Boutin ass-. Release in. A phone call to his counterpart secretary of state Mike Pompeo. The Kremlin believes that boot Tina was arrested on fabricated charges a federal judge ordered the twenty nine year old, woman jailed pending trial after prosecutors called, her a flight risk a tweet by the Russian foreign ministry, urged. Supporters to add a photo of Boutin to their Twitter avatar some reds of the past are honored this weekend at great American ballpark gave Bristol manage for the reds in the minors, from the late nineteen fifty s to the mid nineteen sixties and he. Managed the reds from nineteen sixty six to nineteen sixty nine he thanked those who played for him Real reason I'm here is a bunch of those guys sitting over with a red jacket on Fred Norman who started for the big red machine from nineteen, seventy three to nineteen Seventy-nine is glad he was on the same team. Look over there everybody knows red it It was just incredible be able to pitch whether instead of Gunston Adam Dunn whose ratio of one Homer for about every fourteen bats ranked number one in reds history. Says he could. Thank people all. Night I'm not going to do that we want. To watch baseball game tonight, so, I, appreciate everyone thank you for. Coming out and go get him Matt Reese News Radio seven hundred. Wwl w here's a reds update for the second night in a row the pirates, beat, the reds six two two was your final score they wrap up their series today and our..
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"To figure out what end needs to be plugged into what end sponsored by after electron ix to the newsroom steve steve good morning everyone sixty six degrees a few clouds this morning atop thai official says heavy rains forecast for the coming days could worsen floods in a mountain cave forcing authorities to speed up their extraction of the twelve boys in their soccer coach who are trapped there interior the interior minister of the country says the boys may need to swim out using diving equipment ahead of the bad weather he conceded that if something went awry it could be a life threatening situation former illinois congressman aaron schock lawyers have told a federal judge they intend to appeal to the supreme court and want a freeze on his corruption trial to continue until the high court reviews his case they're filing argues that having to prepare for the appeal and trial simultaneously would be burdensome they say the appellate process could run into twenty nineteen the government is expected to oppose any further delay as of the republicans trial the eleanor department of public health wants.
Most senior Catholic convicted of sex abuse cover-up is sentenced
"The most senior roman catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse has been sentenced in australia archbishop philip wilson was sentenced to twelve months jail but the judge suspended the sentence considering instead six months home detention the sixty seven year old was found guilty earlier this year a failing to report to police the abuse of two older boys by pedophile priests the incident occurred in astray area in the nineteen seventies in handing down the sentence the judge also ordered the archbishop perform community service the meta goes back to court in august as the judge considers legal arguments over the sentencing scott maimon cbs news brisbane australian dream come true for one hundred from kentucky turns out to be a nightmare for animal lovers thousands of twitter users are posting their outrage over thirtysevenyearold test tallies facebook photo showing her posing with the body of a rare black taraf she killed in south africa deborah rodriguez cbs news jerry deadlocked for a second time i'm simply burkey that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty four the second time jury is deadlocked in the case of a man accused of driving drunk and fatally running down a lifts driver who was tending to a sick passenger outside his car judge amelia maze ordered a mistrial after jurors told her they were deadlocked for a quill eleven to one stephen quintero has a prior dui conviction and prosecutors say he fled after the crash fiery single car wreck killed a driver monday in bonn saw where the vehicle veered off the seventysix at thoroughbred lane fire officials say the driver was dead by the time they were able to douse the flames two hundred and fifty thousand plus crowd expected for wednesday's big bay boom we'll get some transit help from mt s which will run in enhanced sunday schedule there also good spots to watch the big fireworks show along the trolley line little italy the santa fe depot the convention center gas lamp quarter it's cloudy and sixty six degrees am seven sixty k fm talk and breaking news hey good morning.
Japan suspends missile strike drills after Trump-Kim summit
"Dot edu live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump has reversed course by signing an executive order ending his administration's policy of separating children from parents who attempt to cross the southern border illegally but as bobby allen for member station whyy reports questions remain about the fate of the more than twenty three hundred children split from their families since may new york bear bill de blasio is frustrated he says federal officials have kept him in the dark about where migrant children sent to the city are residing the blasios found out about one shelter in harlem and took a tour the mayor says he learned that more than two hundred miners are now housed there the youngest one is nine months old house republicans are set to vote on to immigration bills today meanwhile united and american airlines as the white house not to put migrant children who have been separated from their families on their flights the two airlines and others have contracts to provide travel services to the us government japan is suspending missile prepared drills for civilian saying the threat from north korea has subsided for now john matthews reports however that japan appears to still be on guard evacuation drills started last year in response to several missiles being fired at or over japan now the administration says those will stop for the time being but on wednesday japan's defense minister called north korea as much of a threat now as it has been an urged staying on alert john matthews reporting i'm janine herbst npr news in washington and this is morning edition on wnyc in new york it's six twenty good morning i'm kerry nolan it's been almost three years since a group of jewish activists delivered a list of thirty nine orthodox yeshivas to new york city officials they claimed the schools failed to deliver basic secular education to students there and the city promised to investigate their claims but now the new york daily news reports the city has been to just sixteen of the schools on that list daily news reporter ben chapman says a spokeswoman for the mayor still claims the probe is on track she said that the investigation is highly active and that the city education department is expected to deliver the report soon some twentyfive thousand boys attend the all male yeshivas in question chapman says new laws passed in the state budget earlier this year could bring increased scrutiny to the schools depending on how they're enforced by the state a new york court has thrown out rules that would have led some charter schools certify their own teachers acting state supreme court justice deborah young ruled that only the state education commissioner and the board of regents can set teacher qualification standards she wrote the charter schools can have tougher standards that then what's required by the state but can't ask for less the state university of new york charter schools committee approved an alternative certification process last october charter advocates wanted a change to help ease staffing shortages but opponents said the new rules would put unqualified teachers in charge of classrooms we've got sixty six degrees cloudy skies in new york city we'll see some rain this morning and some this afternoon support for.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"The fives from the jr weather center with clear sky this morning good more clouds later today with a threat for showers thunderstorms high near eighty degrees a passing shower thunderstorm tonight sixty nine that chance may linger into tomorrow morning well the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr and we currently have sixty six degrees it's a beautiful day at eight seventeen be a beautiful day to go for a boat rodman the problem is a maybe like me you don't have a boat well have i got a solution for you it's the freedom boat club the oldest and largest and most successful boat club in the world started in nineteen eighty nine in sarasota florida with one location in four boats now they have over a hundred sixty locations in thirty one states and canada and the guy who introduced us to this on this very program a few years ago is steve dobrev the freedom boat club saint clair owner and and it's a great concept politics just the simple way to go boating explain that to our listeners who haven't heard of freedom boat club before well the way the program works is you joined the club and you you have unlimited use of our fleet of boats on lake saint clair you're growing fleet of boat absolutely in two years we've doubled the fleet so we started with four boats and we now have eight and we're getting ready to add another boat to the fleet in as the membership grows we just keep adding boats and for people who travel and we've experimented with this with you in florida when you travel if you're a member there are reciprocal locations all around the country.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"Sunshine and sixty six degrees in seattle good afternoon i'm taylor van cise with bill o'neil at the editor's desk former olympic swimmer arianna cookers is filing suit against usa swimming and a coach claiming they covered up years of sexual abuse kuker says coach sean hutchison began grooming her when she was thirteen while he was her coach at the king aquatic club in seattle and sexually abused her at age sixteen organizations like usa someone have long been in a position to deter detect and disciplined sexual abuse and i've done little or nothing to do such in an effort to protect their public image by doing nothing at enabled sean hutchison to abuse me for a decade now these are claims that hutchison strongly denies and this is a civil case no criminal charges have been filed last week the seattle city council passed the business head tax today they discuss the proposed lid or local improvement district tax on waterfront properties this tax would raise two hundred million dollars and it would be assessed to businesses who some of them right now already taxed with the head tax council just passed last week so this is something that a lot of business owners are not sure about nine out of ten properties that would be assessed our commercial properties but the rest are all private property owners and that includes steve danny shek who owns a waterfront piece of property i can think of better things to do with my dad does and then to give it to a city council that i have no crushed in at this point seattle city council committee already approved this plan so now today is the first step that it's going to full council and there is a process because there will be a time over the summer that the public will have an opportunity to comment and then the next major vote would come this fall that's komo's denise whitaker opponents of seattle's new head tax are out collecting signatures for a referendum to overturn it saul spady is.
White House appears to walk back Bolton’s “Libya model” comments
"The forecast clouds increase again tonight will drop down into the fifties and we'll see the gray skies continuing for part of tomorrow morning before we break out with more after noon sunshine scenario continues the rest of the week although by friday saturday and sunday we could see enough ocean moisture to give us a little bit of sprinkle activity i'm meteorologist rick van cise in the komo weather center fair skies and sixty six degrees at poro we will see what happened president trump on the possible cancellation of the scheduled summit with north korea next month those comments coming a day after north korea threatened to pull out of the meeting this is something that we fully expected white house press secretary sarah sanders now that is in conflict with reporting that indicated the white house was caught off guard by this news yesterday with more on the story and other breaking news out of washington we say hello to abc's andy field who joins us from the nation's capital so andy was the reporting wrong about the white house being caught off guard yesterday well it's hard to tell because they're not really telling us one way or the other sarah sanders says we fully expected that it's she said she said things like this before when it turns out they didn't expect it at all so the credibility here in terms of something this minor in terms of whether they knew or not is about the bigger point the bigger point is is this going to derail the entire summit that's only three weeks away another flying the is the national security adviser john bolton made a comment saying that they're going to use the model that they used with libya to get them to get rid of nuclear weapons well that infuriated the kim jong un regime because as you remember it didn't turn out to good from all market duffy in libya once it got rid of all his nuclear power his own people went after him and killed him so they're pretty furious about this and it looks at this point that they may just be willing to say forget it we're not going to.
George Soros' bet on Tesla could see other investors follow suit
"Be remarkable next komo traffic at two oh four the komo forecast is cloudy in the mornings and clear ish in the evenings we'll have a low temperature denied a fifty three degrees with clouds building around midnight and tomorrow morning will be another gray one a high eventually tomorrow near sixty eight degrees now we do have a slight chance of showers for friday saturday and sunday but it's still gonna feel a bit warm in the lower seventies right now in seattle it's sixty six degrees and mostly clear at komo news komo news time one fifty five you know of one billionaire associated with tesla the founder elon musk but how about george soros george soros has investment firm about thirty five million dollars worth of tesla bonds during the first quarter of this year that gives the electric car maker major backer at a time when some analysts believe tesla might have to raise more money to stay in business soros fund management also got back into amazon the firm unloaded all of his amazon stock in the fourth quarter of last year but bought more than fifty one thousand shares of the online retail giant turned the first three months of this year soros has found also stepped up nearly twenty one thousand shares of google parent alphabet that's lisa carter reporting a discount retail chain partnering with an upscale department.
Man accused of killing Italian tourist mistakenly released
"A little cloudy for the upcoming weekend what until then things will feel much more mild than we've seen over the last couple of days high temperatures topping out in the low seventies instead of the mid eighties today we might still hit seventy five degrees sunshine expected through the rest of the afternoon and clouds coming in tonight tomorrow a high of sixty eight degrees with some clouds showers possible for saturday right now in seattle it's sixty six degrees and clear at komo news komo news time to twentyfive president donald trump says first lady melania trump is doing really well as she recovers from a kidney procedure i wanna thank the incredible doctors walter reed medical center they did a fantastic job the first lady had an embolism asian procedure yesterday to treat a benign kidney condition she celebrated her forty eighth birthday last month and former senate majority leader harry reid reportedly in good spirits after having surgery to remove a pancreatic tumor a family statement posted on reads facebook page said the surgery happened yesterday a statement said the problem wiscon during a routine screening and they're confident that the surgery was a success he's going to undergo chemotherapy following the surgery at johns hopkins cancer center in baltimore that's mark mayfield reporting the relatives of an italian tourist murder during a trip to arkansas are furious abc's jim ryan says the man accused in the murder was mistakenly released from custody andre jackson was arrested last august in connection with the killing of carlo meridia yano who was visiting little rock when he ventured away from a group tour to see the city by himself two months ago the thirty two year old jackson was released from an arkansas prison accidentally you know something like this what happened burghley janos cousin johnny so monte says jackson is the luckiest murder defendant in the country first thing in the morning probably walk right out wondering what happened and now the search is on for andrea jackson again jim ryan abc news hollywood heavyweight helping movie houses keep things between actors and actresses on an even playing field christina hodson is a screenwriter heavily involved with the time's up movement she's created software that will analyze a script to be able to calculate the number of male and female roles as well as how many lines they have in the film the software it's called hyland to and as of last thursday it's available in the apple app store for a free download providing screenwriters with a snapshot of the overall gender balance in their.
'Multiple fatalities' in Maryland shooting, suspect at large: police
"Six and then wednesday forty percent chance of showers thursday showers likely as well right now fair skies and sixty six degrees in seattle several people are reportedly dead after a shooting in maryland and investigation is underway after reports of multiple people found shot in a house in brookville montgomery county police tweeted earlier residents in the area should shelter in place police cannot confirm it was a domestic incident but they don't believe it was random the suspect involved is believed to be known to police but is not in custody yet the john f kennedy center for the performing arts is revoking to awards it gave to comedian bill cosby the organization's board voted to rescind his nineteen ninety eight kennedy senator on kenny kennedy center honors and his two thousand nine mark twain prize for american humor after he was convicted of sexual assault just last week cosby was also kicked out of the organization that gives out the oscars cosby has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women but was only convicted in one case thousands of university of california service workers.
Vice president Mike Pence's doctor resigning
"To you by montana accura located on montano just west of i twenty five president trump is a sharing those gathered at the nra convention in dallas that he will always protect their second amendment rights trump said it makes no sense by to outlaw guns like someone to do if we're going to outlaw gun show many people want to do democrats you better get out then we will get and you know what i was gonna say we are going to have to outlaw immediately all at all now the new form of with a maniac terrorists dr jennifer painting of the white house position assigned the vice president mike pence resigned her office and correspondent mona roger reports from capitol hill that he comes in the wake of reports stating that pence dr raised concerns within the white house last fall that president trump's dr ronnie jackson may have violated federal privacy protections for pence his wife karen concern raised by vice presidents dr that perhaps dr jackson did disclose private information ronnie jackson angrily confronted the physician for the vice president on multiple occasions i in a way that almost caused the doctor to nearly resign at the time hawaii civil defense officials say extremely high levels of sulfur dioxide gas have been detected in areas near the eruption of kilowatt volcano on the big island there are warning people from those areas that are very important for elderly and young people and those with respiratory problems to leave immediately early exposure to sulfur dioxide gasping causing irritation or burns sore throat twenty noses burning eyes and coughing nearly fifteen hundred residents were ordered to evacuate from their volcano side homes after that volcano erupted set molten lava through force land and bubbling up on pay streets today star wars fans all over the world of celebrate the galaxy far far away may fourth became star wars day after fans took the punt may the fourth be with you to the next level star wars day was created by fans after they were able to connect with one another around the globe in the film company created star wars lucasfilm has fully embraced the day right now it is sixty six degrees in albuquerque our next update at two o'clock i'm pat alan on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio scott stigler show now at a brand new time.
Senate Confirms CIA Chief Mike Pompeo to Be Secretary of State
"The level on the go how the 'cause reacts to the verdict spoiler alert he didn't like it sunny and sixty six degrees after an overnight low in the forties you get a weekend in the sixties i'm staying lear for the shane company here's what's trending at four thirty bill cosby has been convicted of sexual assault proving that no one is above the law says the district attorney of shown from our record that money and power or who you are will not stop us from criminal investigation for prosecuting a case cosby put his hand in the air and showed his displeasure with the verdict fox's lisa kaplan was in the courtroom leading an in an out of court every day i'm legally blind and it looked like andrew wyatt went to kind of hand on him to calm down and it looks like you said like get away from me or something that affects you looked visibly upset we could get a twenty five thousand dollar fine and ten years in prison on each of three counts indiana senators young donnelly voted with the majority to confirm mike pompeo as secretary of defense fox's jared halpern reports on peyot narrowly won a favorable recommendation from the senate's foreign relations committee earlier this week after kentucky republican rand paul flip positions in voted for pompeo after initially signaling opposition pompeii will be president trump's second secretary of state replacing rex tillerson who was asked to resign last month on capitol hill jared halpern fox news.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Sunny skies sixty six degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco more than twenty four hours later police nashville say there's been no sign of the suspect in yesterday's shooting at a waffle house in nashville there have been no confirmed sightings of ryan king since about eight thirty sunday morning when a witness reported seeing him shirtless wearing dark pants black pants behind his apartment complex that would have been several hours after the shooting that killed four people police spokesman don airing tell erin rather telling reporters just a little while ago that they have scores of officers looking for twenty nine year old travis ranking who he says shown signs of what police are calling significant instability but he says they can't be sure he's still in the area around nashville they don't waste any time in england where prince william and kate middleton have taken their newborn son home from the hospital just hours after he was born this morning they left the hospital a little while ago to crowds of adoring cheering people still no word on the name for the new baby president trump preparing to welcome the president of france to the white house he's landing at the joint base andrews right about now tomorrow night french president emmanuel macron we'll get the first formal state dinner of the trump administration investigators nanna rundle county believe a man who ran down and killed a twelve year old boy on a sidewalk over the weekend was under the influence of drugs now thirtysevenyearold michael gothi era of arnold is charged with behavior homicide and manslaughter police say he was at the wheel of a van ran off the road and ran the boy down near andrew hill road and bay green drive on sunday afternoon another court ruling today the most famous monkey selfie ever you might remember the photo from a few years ago the monkey sticking his face in front of a photographers lens and cutting loose with a huge smile animal rights groups sued and argued the monkeys should own the marketing rights to the photos since he was the one that pushed the.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Work for your company you're west hd two moss angeles orange county her radio station good morning it is five o'clock and this is your wakeup call for a monday already the ninth of mar of april a month by i'm jennifer jones lee and some of the stories that we're watching i'm gonna blame everything on the heat this morning i got in my car it was sixty six degrees i'm really it's only three thirty in the morning before casters are predicting highs up to twenty degrees above normal across southern california today i'll tell you how hot is expected to get a barefoot crane climber who draped himself in an american flag two hundred feet over hollywood has surrendered to the cops and there might be a delay in the start of bill cosby sexual assault retrial in pennsylvania i'll tell you why at five oh five we'll talk with abc's ian panel and it appears that there was another suspected chemical attack in syria over the weekend that injured dozens of people and now it looks like there has been an airstrike but the big question this morning is who was that airstrike by the us scott blames for israel got blamed for it we'll take a look and it's six oh five it's handle on the news handle tell us why mom and zona has been arrested after just giving her kid mac and cheese but trust me there was a whole lot more than just cheese and noodles mac and cheese rennell start with some of the stories though coming out of the kfi twenty four hour newsroom in it is the heat you're going to notice yesterday yesterday was beautiful today is going to be hot forecasters are predicting temperatures up to twenty degrees above normal across southern california today high temps could hit the nineties and parts of la inland oc and the iep the forecast for downtown la calls for ninety instead of the average of seventy two some cooling is expected by the middle of the week but yeah i've heard i've heard everybody who's right around me here in burbank that burbank could reach a record high today so there's part of me that is glad i work in burbank and drive home to glendora although it'll be my luck lender hits a high.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Thirty six minutes afternoon the almost over twenty eight day friday good friday friday started passover suddenly didn't knows nice day today it's about forty nine degrees a little bit of wind blowing down from north high today fifty six degrees tomorrow be really nine fifty eight and sunshine friday sixty four perfect weather for the pilgrimage lookout for people please saturday mostly sunny skies in seventeen easter sunday mostly cloudy skies and sixty six degrees jill dixon is back from the food depot to see you him she's like only yesterday all right how did the open house go people show up it was terrific you know wasn't this a overwhelming crowd but we had a lot of really terrific people who are so committed to what we're doing it was last saturday and there was a lot going on in santa fe on saturdays there was and you know we don't ever try to like take away from what what all's going on around town little thing is people could come over to the you know the midtown area and visit your open house and then go down the street for the second verse make santa fe there was a little bit of a crossover with people that do in different things but we had a lot of fantastic people show up we had some amazing donations that were made albertson's came through with a huge donation of protein items on that day in their folks came through to tour of the warehouse and get familiar with us so i think a lot of really great connections and it was just an opportunity for us to be transparent about what we're doing with the investment that folks are making in our organization or pop up pantries what we're going to talk about today what is your popup pantry a pop up pantry a lot of people don't know but the food depot has gotten more into the direct service business so when we are identifying gaps in how food is being distributed to people in need where coming up with innovative solutions to.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The wgn chicago weather center turning sunny for the afternoon in seventy two for the high partly cloudy fifty seven tonight partly sunny to begin the day tomorrow a chance of afternoon showers and a high years 68 degrees cloudy of sixty six at o'hare 68 eight way sixty 62 in ottawa barometer thirty thirty one and rising sixty six degrees at the lakefront get chicago news first of the job of every hour i'm david jennings on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn thanks david hi everybody to the left in the twenty cider worth ruin to ninety one seventy two hundred you can call us there you can text us there with any questions or comments or anything you like you didn't by any chance happened to watch or here any of the yankees twins one day playoff game extra against the didier yesterday no a uncf he really think i would have i didn't think you did i didn't think you would have watched it i i guess you have to be hardcore baseball fan to watch the teams that don't involved you while yeah the cubs and white sox i'm i'm nuts about baseball so i went out of my way now the first inning or two i couldn't see on television i was working out but i listen to them on satellite radio and i'll explain that part of it and just a little bit but i wanna tell you i'm a little bit angry with new york yankees because they've stolen something from the cubs that i don't think you're allowed to steal the fake enervate have fake enervate that's what they stole yeah the cubs thirty in the same deal i gotta tell ya it's one of the funniest things i've ever seen the cubs do we've mentioned this on the show there's a couple of things that they've added to their repertoire this year one of them is when a cup hits a home run they go in they just started out as an interview you know somebody would hold a fake microphone we're actually was real like for now have done anything as you pointed out much like my microphone with zero mystique they're on we should therefore you right so they they pretend to be interviewing whoever hit a home run and now they've added a guy who does like a.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At seven a one at sixty six degrees spotty showers clearing then cool tonight with the low near fifty two i'm ashley the vida the future of the republicanbacked health care reform bill in the senate is uncertain up to eight republican senators don't favor the bill in its current form senator ron johnson is one of them saying on nbc sees meet the press not enough has known about the bill for a vote to be taken this week i have a hard time believing trash and constituents or even by shelf will have enough time to properly evaluate this for me to vote for more should proceed saghbin encouraging leadership the white house anybody can talk to for some time what's not rush this process johnson says the bill does of do enough to reduce healthcare premiums and he'd favor delaying the vote colleen boland wtmj news the supreme court issues its final rulings tomorrow before taking summer recess the last day of the session is also typically when retirements from the court are announce abc's terry moran who covers the court ways in on the talk the justice kennedy could be ready to step down president trump has already made some overtures to justice kennedy at that joint session of congress made a point of stopping to chat with justice kennedy their sons no each other in the new york rails estate gave another move the nomination of neil gorsuch now on the supreme court he's a former kennedy quirk many people saw that as a signal to justice kennedy that if he wants to retire he can count on president trump to nominate somebody you can deal a deadly crash in sheboygan county kills one person and injures three others oregon police say one of the drivers nineteen year old man from sheboygan died at the scene of the two vehicle accident near south twelve th street and camelot boulevard shortly after midnight this morning three other people were taken to hospitals to were flown to milwaukee for treatment the crash remains under investigation authorities in receive county are searching for a dover woman who apparently walked away from a mobile home park in dover this morning fifty nine year old than ricardo has possible undiagnosed mental health issues and may not be wearing.
"sixty six degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At seven a one at sixty six degrees spotty showers clearing then cold tonight with the low near fifty two i'm ashley the vida the future of the republicanbacked health care reform bill in the senate is uncertain up to eight republican senators don't favor the bill in its current form senator ron johnson is one of them saying on nbc sees meet the press not enough has known about the bill for a vote to be taken this week i have a hard time believing wisconsin constituents or even my shelf have enough time to properly evaluate this for me to vote for more she proceeds encouraging leadership the white house anybody can talk to question time what's not rush this process johnson says the bill does i do enough to reduce healthcare premiums and he'd favor delaying the vote colleen boland wtmj news the supreme court issues its final rulings tomorrow before taking summer recess the last day of the session is also typically when retirements from the court or announced abc's terry moran who covers the court ways in on the talk the justice kennedy could be ready to step down president trump has already made some overtures to justice kennedy at that joint session of congress made a point of stopping to chat with justice kennedy their sons know each other in the new york real estate gave another move the nomination of neil gorsuch now on the supreme court he's a former kennedy clerk many people saw that as a signal to justice kennedy that if he wants to retire he can count on president trump to nominate somebody who can deal a deadly crash in sheboygan county kills one person and injured three others swearing in police say one of the drivers nineteen year old man from sheboygan died at the scene of the two vehicle accident near south twelve th street and camelot boulevard shortly after midnight this morning three other people were taken to hospitals to were flown to milwaukee for treatment the crash remains under investigation authorities and racine county are searching for a dover woman who apparently walked away from a mobile home park in dover this morning fifty.