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"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WTOP
"And weather on the aids and when it breaks in Virginia still out with the crash on I. sixty six eastbound after the Manassas rest area but before you get to twenty nine Centerville right now the only leading single file left get by lots of accident vehicles they're staging that's a couple of rollbacks of police fire rescue and be done so it's pretty much the works and comes out to so he spent sixty six maybe the Manassas rest here you can do it stated the left to get by on the capital beltway on the inlet near Braddock road initially reported as a truck on fire I think it's just a broken down truck and hearing about any major fire situation there so some activity on the internet can were near by blocking the right lane looks like was the activity should be confined to the right shoulder and any delays now should be briefed elsewhere Virginia's on the trip to Latin county dry mill road east of route nine into Clark's gap is shut down a tree fell and brought down some wires are going to be there for several hours the telus Maryland side doubly good to seventy quiet ninety five Baltimore sparkly no incidents to report in Montgomery County the early records on three fifty five south of the capital beltway in Alaska for police were still there these are challenging times in rocket mortgage by quicken loans is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact the team twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com from their home to yours the team rocket mortgage is with you I'm Joe comfortably get chippy traffic overnight there's a chance for a few rain showers otherwise we are looking mostly cloudy and then by tomorrow morning we should see a bit more sunshine breaking through a nice mix of sun and clouds for your Monday high temperatures tomorrow upper fifties to around sixty Tuesday plenty of sunshine highs around sixty sixty two degrees on Tuesdays we moved to Wednesday we work our way into the upper sixties with mostly sunny skies Thursday nice mix of sun and clouds highs on Thursday mid seventies I'm searching for meteorologists Amari Theodore and right now we have sixty two degrees wolf trap we have let's see Gaithersburg coming in at fifty eight degrees right now and it's sixty three degrees in northwest DC at four forty WTO P. U. K. prime minister has begun easing restrictions amid the pandemic Boris Johnson has announced people in manufacturing jobs and others who can't work from home should in his words be actively.
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 two degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wide decrease number four Chicago wins with the Chicago Christmas wish of being able to play outside with all the new give Santa brings are in luck is tomorrow's high temperature is expected to be among the top ten warmest Christmas days and record parts of the area from the Wisconsin state line to parts of northwest Indiana could give his welcome is sixty two degrees tomorrow that's fantastic the guard whether Dave yeah he you know what it's it's golf weather for a lot of people I can't tell you how many people are you to try this week or not well I was thinking about it okay all right but yeah sixty two degrees the highest daytime temperature court in eight nineteen eighty three when was sixty four on Christmas day the next was fifty six degrees between nineteen thirty six eighteen ninety five after that it was fifty five in seventy one and fifty two in ninety two I know unseasonably warm and fabulous number five total retail sales have risen risen three percent so far this holiday season that's according to master card spending plus which tracks overall retail spending trends across all payment types including cash and check the increases in line with MasterCard's holiday forecast which calls for an overall increase of three point one percent and that's not as robust as others the national retail federation forecast sales between three point eight and four point two percent then number six and most importantly and such a lighter note months were known to drink a passage with eggs and figs eggnog is three hundred and twenty six years old this year milk eggs and sherry were foods of the wealthy so eggnog was often used in toasts to prosperity and good health so a not became tied to the holidays when the when the drink came to the.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All the temperatures sixty two degrees and it'll probably have about eighty five to eighty eight today with the not a cloud in the desert blue sky here you you can't make me feel that go ahead and try keep track but when I have to ask you a question I I love oysters as advertisers when I go out to dine at a restaurant and we don't talk about that problem very much we talk about corn wheat soybeans but a woman take a moment to talk about oysters season because Texas oysters season has opened that means licensed fisherman could legally harvest oysters on public reads but have been approved by the Texas parks and wildlife department of through April thirtieth of the beginning of the two thousand nineteen twenties season a couple of sections of Galveston bay are close to oyster harvesting and that means dredging for oysters in these areas is strictly forbidden and punishable by up an oldie and Lisa hall legally partner of the family business prestige our users of Simon Leone one of the state's largest always for operations said those closings are based on samples collected by parks and wildlife showing a low abundance of legal sized oysters a legal sized oyster must measure at least three inches at the largest one of the show and harvesting oysters smaller than legal size is prohibited for good reason so I keep learning about new agricultural products but I love oysters in the Roger if you do it you can now go to Texas and start harvesting on me even more amazed that the I did not know there were oysters in Texas you learn something new on the show every day well my certainly learn something new every day of the event keeps on but the public beds of oyster production are monitored by the state for health elation and size and inventory oysters are left to grow to legal size to spawn and re populate the reef interesting story how we produce that crop and I guess it is an agricultural crops so enjoy oysters my friend will do Sir thank you very much okay we're back with this Saturday morning show and we're going to talk markets banks will be joining us and a couple of minutes but right now we say welcome to Samuelson's says o'ryan the and this week discussing a new definition of pollution introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards card unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for all your families this holiday season like five percent back on the air fire grant the told you about when he fell asleep in his chair trying anything or five percent.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We've got sixty two degrees at twelve noon good afternoon I'm Jeff mechanic you heard mark just mention this a misdemeanor groping trial was to begin today in New York City for Cuba Gooding junior but he was charged today with an additional crime to authorities aren't saying what that is he's to be arraigned next week on the new charges but here's what he's facing already Cuba Gooding junior is accused of grabbing a woman's breast and squeezing it at a rooftop bar near Times Square in June he turned himself in several days after the incident when police said they had security camera footage that appeared to back up the NYU students claim the trial was postponed in September after prosecutors said they were waiting for evidence it begins today Gooding is charged with sexual abuse enforceable touching in the third degree with a maximum penalty of a year behind bars Alice stacked and Rosie need W. O. R. news to Florida businessman who help Rudy guiliani investigate Joe Biden Ukraine have been arrested on campaign finance charges he grow Froman and Lev Parnassus also donated president trump super PAC here's correspondent Ted Delaney this pair of businessman born in the former Soviet Union for clients of Rudy Giuliani and they were helping guiliani meet people in Ukraine to do the things that president trump wanted including investigate the pines and investigate what they think happened with Ukraine in the twenty sixteen election I charges filed here in New York City an unnamed congressmen is also referenced in a federal indictment the men are charged with moving money donated by a foreigner into the trump super PAC Frohman and Parnassus will be in federal court in Virginia later today tourney's for the whistleblower whose complaint triggered the impeachment agreed to president trump speaking out in defense of their client corresponded Cecilia Vega has that for a forceful defense comes after president trump launched a smear campaign claiming the whistle blower worked for one of his democratic rivals then it turns out that the whistle blower is a Democrat strong Democrat it is working with one of my opponents as a Democrat that I might end up running against the whole thing is a scam the whistle blowers lawyer saying the whistle blower or is not the story to date virtually every substantive allegation has been confirmed by other sources for that reason the identity of the whistle blower is irrelevant a climate change demonstration has been blocking traffic in Times Square so steer clear of that location no arrests have been reported to former NYPD officers sentenced to probation for receiving bribes and for having sex inside a police van with an eighteen year old woman they arrested for drug possession prosecutors had sought prison time for thirty nine year old Eddie Martins and thirty four year old Richard whole parts of northern California under an emergency declaration is more than eight hundred thousand residents without power Pacific gas electric says the plan blackouts or to.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sixty two degrees now at seven o'clock on duty today David Jennings fire going to be a story going into something terrible Aurora last night mayor Richard Irvine this afternoon always bitter sweet to have such a significant loss of historic structure anytime as a chips away at the very essence of a city the doubles been vacant since twenty away to the city never followed through on discussions to renovate the building no matter how much we beg for them to do something about that building and never done it the fire forced Morgan easterner nine month old out of their homes for fear the temple walls could collapse Chicago's inspector general out with a report from Chicago police officers improperly use that apartment issued placards depart illegally with their personal vehicles and police station parking lots so their their friends and relatives could go to clubs and bears games that kind of conduct is Barton were February twenty eighteen police directive about to get windy in northern California there is a new plan all the way to turn off the power to areas were electrical lines could be pulled down sparking wildfires Pacific gas and electric notified over six hundred thousand customers they will likely lose their power over night you can tell they're not happy the president today saying the Congress he won't take part of their impeachment investigation regarding his dealings with Ukraine ABC's Andy field a letter to Congress the president says the house impeachment investigation like semi legitimate constitutional foundation a sense of fairness or due process protection the White House letter saying if staffers answered calls to testify it would inflict lasting harm on the executive branch Democrats have threatened to use that refusal to cooperate to base obstruction as an article of impeachment means I'm congressman ros Christian aboard the appearing on MSNBC this afternoon says the president might be rich media reading where the public is after what's become known over the last couple of weeks there's a presumption that something is very wrong they saw the July twenty fifth call transcript they saw the whistle blower complaint they saw the trump appointed inspector general com forward and call the complaint credible and urgent president trump block the testimony of ambassador Gordon Sunland today and Krishnamurthy says he has no idea former ambassador to the U. Kramer review of all of it will be allowed to peer is scheduled on Friday federal prosecutors said opening arguments today in the case of two Chicago police officers who they say a lot of the judges to get search warrants then stole cash and drugs from the properties they searched sports traffic and weather next on WGN it's iPhone season it's spread which to sprint and get a new light on a lot and I've done a lot.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We have sixty two degrees and rain covers most of the tristate except for a small patch on the west side no there is rain just about everywhere in the heaviest of it is in northern Kentucky moving across the river through for Thomas through highland heights and into new town terrace park and Milford so we're getting the rain that we need and it's going to be that way through the overnight hours and sixty two degrees right now in Cincinnati we've had a couple shootings today one of them it happened in the seventeen hundred block of fine street in over the Rhine AT twenty eight year old man was killed there were two suspects Cincinnati police are still searching for them in Oxford a seventeen year old shot in the fifty two hundred block of college corner pike that victim was brought to the hospital by helicopter couple of teenager shot at Hawaiian terrace in Mount Airy recovering from their injuries they were hit last night seventeen year old boy in a thirteen year old girl and no word of any arrests yeah governor to whine taking more action tomorrow regarding gun violence as it stands right now Ohio lawmakers have roughly two dozen bills related to guns that are pending in their chambers on Monday governor to wind is expected to go into detail about how the legislative proposals that he made in the aftermath of the Dayton Oregon district mass shooting would work more specifically along with support for a red flag law and expanding background checks the governor is also voiced support for making available more beds at psychiatric hospitals I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports the bangles up a rookie Kyler Murray ran for a touchdown and led the drive design Gonzalez's thirty one yard field goal at the gun is the cardinals get their first win of the season nipping the bangles twenty six twenty three at Paul Brown stadium Cincinnati falls to a one five on the year other AFC north action today had Baltimore nipping Pittsburgh in overtime twenty six twenty three Cleveland plays at San Francisco tomorrow night college football Cincinnati Bearcats ranked twenty fifth this week and the Associated Press poll baseball nationally division three series game three Atlanta wins at St Louis tonight three to one Braves lead that series two games to one Adam duvall the former red cap the Atlanta three run rally in the ninth with a two run single bill Denison seven hundred WLW sport this news brought to you by R. and L. carriers offshore shipping next updates coming up at eight thirty hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW Hey it's me Harley owner window nation you know it's important to us that our customers are comfortable with your purchase and my brother Eren agrees right Aaron definitely we want to win this be a perfect fit for your home and.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio WBZ ten thirty and I heart radio station sixty two degrees right now mostly clear in Boston at five thirty good morning to you happy Sunday I'm teeny gal here's what's happening a lot of tension and drama between Boston street pride parade and counter demonstration an organization calling itself super happy fun America announce a parade yesterday as a city celebrated LGBTQ pride month earlier this summer saying I believe straight people aren't oppressed majority meanwhile counter demonstrators accuse those organizers of promoting an atmosphere of violence toward the LGBTQ community we think American flags interest all types of costumes more than a hundred people took part in the street pride parade in Boston most of them trump supporters March from Copley square to city hall pushing their strong views on traditional American values our ways are that god made one man and one woman and they get together procreate I can't sit down in my house the more the client that I need to stand up for my godly values the parade was met with even louder protesters from the LGBTQ community in ninety four police with gray gear on bikes in an armored cars were out in full force along the parade route protesters were arrested.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"M. S. I. C. W. easy busted W. X. K. S. F. MHD to Medford and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio sixty two degrees cloudy skies in Boston at one o'clock good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis here's what's happening the clean up begins now on Cape Cod after a tornado warn storm tore its way through the area joining me now live from the National Weather Service meteorologist Bryce Williams Bryce let's start with this is their confirmation that a tornado actually touch down today on the Cape good afternoon so we are actually sending a survey came out this afternoon to do a damage survey to confirm exactly what happened this this morning around eleven forty five AM we do have a radar confirmed tornado that is based on a rotation signature that we saw on our doppler radar and also we have a little bit a confirmation in addition to that because we this storm had what's known as a tornado debris signature so it's basically an indication that we have degrees getting locked it up into the air so it's not just rain drop is not your tail but we have basically trees the branches you know could be pieces of of houses they get locked into the air and detected by radar and that all together indicates to us that a tornado likely did touch down in south Yarmouth this this morning now as far as the strength of said tornado the strongest wind report that we have so far is the ninety mile per hour gusts at chlamys which is just just to the south west of west Yarmouth so in that if that you know was to be the case with you know if there is a tornado that that did occur we do think that and I you know ninety mile per hour wind is is definitely reasonable what that says a good indication that we did experience that that tornado this you know morning on that many south of the Cape Cod all right great meteorologist Bryce Williams from the National Weather Service thanks for putting metal in perspective for us not from the storm itself let's go to the cleanup.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty two degrees and cloudy in Boston at seven thirty. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Here's what's happening. No word on why. But a US plan to make a military strike on Iran overnight was ditched at the last minute here. CBS news correspondent Mark Liberman? CBS news has confirmed that last night. President Trump signed off on a plan to conduct limited air strikes against Iranian assets before an apparent change of heart caused the operation to be called off sources within the administration say the order to stand down came after preparations for the attack were already underway. It's still not clear. Why the president decided to reverse course? Orphan attack has simply been postponed. This follows the shootdown of US Drome by Iran. Mike Lyons is a military consultant for CBS news. The next step is both sides talking and trying to figure out what to do going forward as opposed to either doing nothing or increasing the rhetoric on both sides. So perhaps, the president himself other twenty four hours of this decision. The FAA has issued an emergency order prohibiting US airlines from. I'm flying over parts of the Persian Gulf the straight of harm us, and the Gulf of Amman due to heighten tensions with Iran international airlines. Qantas Lifthansa and KLM say they will reroute flights away from the region as well now to the standoff at the border. President Trump is working to woo. Latino voters as he kicks off his reelection campaign. ABC's Meghan Hughes, breaks down the president's appearance on Telemundo, President Trump spoke to tell a Moondog for the first Spanish language network interview of his presidency. This interview comes on the heels of Trump's tweet announcing that immigration officials next week would begin the process of removing millions of illegal immigrants. President Trump was asked whether he views Mexico, a friend or a foe. Well this week, I consider them a friend. They've been doing a great job, actually. They we signed an agreement last week, and they have six thousand people going to their southern border troops and they are doing a really good job, ABC news, Washington here. Massachusetts emigrants heading to state courthouses can breathe a bit easier. A federal judge has said no to the federal immigration and customs enforcement practice a making arrest at courthouses. The order is a result of a lawsuit filed by district attorney's, Rachel Rawlins Marian, Ryan, who claimed the arrests were hindering criminal prosecutions because victims have witnesses were afraid to show up to testify important note, here, the injunction, applies only to immigrants wanted on civil violations. I can still make arrested courthouses if the person is wanted on criminal counts a leader from one of Boston's largest Islamic centers is taking on a prominent new role at city hall WBZ's Carl Stevens talks to the city's new director of immigrant advancement, Thirty-six-year-old Yousufi volley has worked most recently as executive director of the Islamic society of Boston, cultural center says his faith as a Muslim will help guide his work for all immigrants in the city as the new director of the mayor. Mayor's office for immigrant advancement. I think it's a real opportunity to live out my values which they're court, you know, for Muslim, it's, it's all.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And we have sixty two degrees at nine o'clock that evening. I'm sue Guzman. Police New Jersey are investigating after several people were attacked by a Coyote this evening. The incident happened about seven PM at the Fairfield, recreational park and Hollywood avenue in Fairfield several people toll suffered minor injuries in the attack, and Fairfield police have announced on Facebook park is closed until further. Notice your estate has ended the religious exemption for axioms the Senate and assembly approving the law today, which was signed immediately until Ave. Governor Cuomo law coming as a number of measles cases in the state of skyrocketed to record levels this year. Most of the cases are in Rockland county and in Brooklyn and predominantly orthodox Jewish communities. The move was hailed by Rockland county executive day who said the law will protect New York's most vulnerable residents opponents fouling to challenge the new law in court. Sarah Sanders is stepping down as White House press secretary Anders briefings were often heated and combative as she clashed with the White House press corps, eventually, she stopped doing them the last briefing more than three months ago, but actually took a lower public profile she became one of the president's closest and most important advisers. She is one of the few White House aides who traveled with the president on every single foreign trip. He has made attending his meetings with Kim Jong Hoon, sitting next to Prince Charles at dinner with the president just last week in London. Correspondent Jonathan Karl secretary of state Mike. Pompeo's blaming around for a tax on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Speaking at the State Department today, Pompeo set around is behind a series of attacks pose a threat to international peace and security. He accused Iran of. Attempting to disrupt global oil markets in an effort to get conomic sanctions lifted. Cuba Gooding was charged today with groping a woman in Manhattan bar. More from Erica Turkey. Junior.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty two degrees in Boston at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening this Friday. President Trump opens a new front in the trade war. Mexico. The US does a lot of business with Mexico stock. Third tumbling this hour. CBS news White House correspondent Nancy Cortez says the president's threat to Levy five percent tariffs on all Mexican airports of imports starting June tenth is circulating a lot of talk in Washington. Nancy Pelosi herself had been saying to the White House. We still need to work on this unique to keep this in mind before you send this trade agreement to Capitol Hill. Otherwise, we're not going to sign off on it. Well surprise surprise. Suddenly, the White House today announces that it is going to set that thirty day clock in motion, which sets up a pretty big clash on Capitol Hill, this summer that could have been avoided again June tenth deadline. They're in this story locally Newton district judge indicted on charges. She helped an undocumented immigrant, as scape ice, custody wants her salary back, judge Shelley Joseph wants her pay reinstated. While she fights the allegations. She says she's had to borrow money from friends and family for mounting legal bills, and may even have to sell her family home. The man accused of robbing a Bank in Somerville, and then exchanging shots with a Somerville police officer appears in federal court in Boston WBZ's, Karyn regal was in the courtroom. She joins us now live Laurie wore beige prison. Scrubs steel handcuffs in his court appearance. He had little say he agreed to waive a probable cause hearing. He also agreed to waive a detention hearing that means will stay behind bars, at least for now his demeanor in court saying, only, yes, your honor. No, your honor quite the contrast with the May Day, armed Bank robbery when resigned to allegedly entered the Middlesex federal, savings Bank, in Davis square, who's wearing military fatigues according to police, he fired a shot into the ceiling. And then fired at a Somerville. Police officer a man on the street manage to not the suspect down. But the suspect still got away at least for a little while before. He was arrested in providence outside federal court in so Boston, Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio aren't Karen. Thank you, a Catholic high school in Everett is closing its doors. And Sheri, small tells us a Florida company that recruits foreign students for them ran off with the money the tuition money. And now they don't have enough money to operate is a sad day. Pope John, the twenty third high school in Everett students and their families. Got the official news last night that the school is closing because budget shortfall of about one point four million parents are upset. Very sad for the kid ran.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sixty two degrees in Boston at six o'clock. Good evening on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening tonight. In southern California. Today in a we want to want to celebrate her life. We want to remember her funeral for Laurie K the woman who was killed in Saturday morning shooting at a synagogue in California credited with saving her rabbi rabbi Goldstein who lost a finger in the attack three other people were wounded word today from the FBI that it got a tip five minutes before the shooting about a threatening post and manifesto. But it was too late. President Trump called the rabbi today to express his condolences and deputy attorney General Ron Rosenstein makes it official handing in his resignation letter to President Trump today. His final day on the job may eleventh Rosenstein, directed special counsel Bob Muller's investigation into possible Russian collusion in the two thousand sixteen election testimony resumes tomorrow in the trial of seventeen year old Lawrence boy accused in the decapitation murder of a classmate WBZ's Karyn. Regal at the courthouse today with this report, I think of killing someone smart. The first words uttered, noting statements by the Commonwealth and for of the murder Pollino family in front of a gas. Jurors ADA J Gubacsi laid out his case against the seventeen year old Matthew Borjas accused of decapitating Lawrence vice schoolmate in two thousand sixteen. The state says the horrific murder erupted from a fire as old as time jealous. A problem with our talking divorce, but Borjas attorney Ed Hayden says things are being taken out of context. This character trait. Jealous type somehow escalated into a nerd Ariss rage at Salem superior court. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio days after a judge is charged with interfering with ice agents. A new battle brews between the state and immigration authorities here in Massachusetts Middlesex GI Marian Ryan and Suffolk DA. Rachel rawlins. Held a news conference this afternoon to announce the federal soups that result.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But we got sixty two degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The US labeling Iran's revolutionary guard of foreign terrorist organizations. State Mike Pompeo today saying there's ample justification for the move is calling. It a just and long overdue move Iranian regime's use of terrorism as a tool of statecraft mix it fundamentally different from any other government. The designation will be the first time the US has ever named a part of another government as a foreign terrorist organization. The move puts more economic and political pressure on Iran's Islamic regime amount. Vernon couple apparently missing after vacationing in the Dominican Republic, family members, say Orlando more in his girlfriend, Porsche Ravanelli. We're supposed to return on March twenty seventh but there's been no sign of them. This is definitely not my brother. He's not going to just run off on a high and don't tell his family police say they checked out of their hotel. But they never made their flight back to the US family members. Now in the Dominican Republic trying to find them Brooklyn county's executives now back to the drawing. Board. After a judge struck down. His state of emergency linked to the measles outbreak. Judge on Friday. Stop the thirty day state of emergency that county executive Ed day ordered because of this measles. Outbreak band unvaccinated children from public places, including schools, well day, criticized the decision, we have to wait until this gets much worse while that may be legally sufficient, I think it is very wrong headed now. The Rockland county exact plans to meet with his health and legal team to try and figure out the next steps rocklin has had more than one hundred sixty cases of the measles since the outbreak began back in the fall. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O R, the mother of a ten year old girl who died after a fight at a South Carolina elementary school says she complained about her daughter being bullied before the child's death. Police say Renita right was not unconscious in the fight at Forest Hills elementary in water borough on March twenty fifth. She died at the hospital two days later to New Jersey teenagers facing charges following the death that their newborn baby that they left in a dumpster. Eighteen year old Jada McLean, charged with first degree murder. She reportedly gave birth to a baby boy, March twenty ninth in the bathroom of her Neptune township home, and then allegedly stopped the child from breathing. Authorities reportedly became aware after a friend of Maclean's at Neptune high school reported she had recently given birth to a baby who had died. The baby's father nineteen year old query Muhammad allegedly held McLean dispose the body in a dumpster outside in Asbury park apartment complex and faces charges including desecration of human remains, Jennifer Sony for seven ten w R three people including a baby dead after their pickup collided with a fire truck in Arizona. It happened. In an intersection is the Phoenix fire department was responding to an emergency call a man inside the pickup died at the scene while the woman and a six month old child later died at the hospital democratic presidential candidate beta auroras, labeling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a race. While speaking on the campaign trail Sunday in Iowa, aerobic said of the US Israel relationship. It must be able to transcend prime minister who is racist. Those. Comments came just a day after Netanyahu promised to annex occupied Palestinian settlements in the West Bank. If he wins reelection on Tuesday beta added that Netanyahu warned about Arabs coming to the polls wants to defy any prospect for peace as he threatens to annex the West Bank. And as a leader who is cited with a far right racist party in order to maintain his hold on power. Mike Bauer for seven ten W O walk and Virginia and Texas Tech play tonight for the NCAA men's basketball championship. Tip off time nine twenty pm at US Bank stadium. In minneapolis. We have the.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on KTOK
"Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Sixty two degrees and raining in Oklahoma City. Let's hope you're like Jamie Ashmore curator of special gardens it. Always you. Okay. See Greg ING about how he planted all his things yesterday said the beautiful rain. Can. Hotting up things for the plant cell Vestergaard plants, when's that that is open to the public. But it's just I know it's in house. No, it'd be it'd be too hard to deal. Popular. Right. But but I got some Rebecca maxima, which is it's got the big huge the call to rosette. It's like a whole bunch of clustered leaves the bottom to get like oh about two and a half feet tall about three feet wide, and these Gani long long stints go up about seven feet, and they have just a little blood season flowers on them, very architectural, very beautiful native to Oklahoma. And if you leave those flower heads on there during the winter, the finches go crazy on them, and they will land on the floor on the floor stock and they just heard bounce. You're watching it in the winter when there's nothing else to do in the guard. You can watch. Oh, I'm so glad you said that I have got to find. Bob kemper. Do you know who Bob Kemper is Bob camper is the head of? The. For friends for a better boulevard. Oh, he's the one that took on. Making the okay see boulevard not a freeway, but a nice way into Oklahoma.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Until nine AM drizzle. Sixty two degrees. Seven thirty three at NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w I. President Trump referred to Kim Jong UN is a great leader as their second summit began in Hanoi, Vietnam, they shook hands posed for photographs and briefly talked to reporters before heading to dinner and Trump had this to say as a two sat down. Be yourself. You're hoping to really a wonderful. Our relationship is a very special relationship. Earlier. Trump told Kimmie believes North Korea has tremendous economic potential and there's a tremendous future for his country. Cam responded by saying we have been able to overcome all the obstacles. And here. We are today. They'll wrap up their second and final day of talks tomorrow. Meanwhile, North Korea experts are downplaying the chances of a breakthrough at this summit. President Trump has been open about his expectations for movement on the denuclearization of North Korea. UTSA's Dr Mathias Helfer birth says, it will be interesting to see what carrots the US will be dangling among those which I think would be juicy an interesting to North Korea would be a full guarantee of the security under sovereignity. Another incentive would be acceptance into groups like the UN, but he says that's something the US does not control that nuclear arsenal keeps North Korea relevant. So he doubts they'll give it up easily Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w back home in Washington. All eyes will be on President Trump's former personal attorney. Who will tell his story at a public house hearing today Cohen spin hours behind closed doors with the Senate intelligence committee Tuesday this morning, he testifies in public for the house oversight committee. I really appreciate the opportunity.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It's sixty two degrees at News Radio. WFL a is the world's richest, man. And he says if he can't stand up to blackmail who can Amazon founder Jeff Bezos went public claiming the National Enquirer was trying to blackmail and extort him with intimate pictures. He released a blog post that included what he said were demands from the. The tabloid those emails threat to release revealing photos of Bezos unless he called off a private investigation into how the Enquirer earlier obtained text messages between basis and a woman with whom he was having a fair. Steve Rabaul reporting Baso says despite the embarrassing nude pictures he will never interfere in the reporting by the Washington Post, which he owns the post is investigating the national enquirers ties to Saudi Arabia, and whether it's pro Trump stories were politically motivated the conflict between the Democratic Congress and President Trump is heading for an all out battle as house committees are starting to investigate subjects President Trump doesn't want made public in one hearing room Democrats kicked off their pursuit of the president's tax returns person released his or her tax return under audit. I know of no restriction that would prevent a taxpayer from disclosing information and in another hearing room, they probed the controversial move last year two separate families at the border. When did you become aware of the policy when the attorney general said it on television? What we're talking about is state sponsored child abuse Nancy Cortez at the capitol as Virginia's top three Democrats are fighting off scandal. The issue of black vase and racism has spread to the Republican side as the GOP head of the Virginia. Senate was tied to a black face picture in his college yearbook, which he was the editor of back in the nineteen sixties amid the state's growing political crisis Republican state Senate majority leader, Tommy norm. It is on the defensive over a nineteen sixty eight college yearbook with racial slurs and images one.
"sixty two degrees" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Over the weekend. Blizzard conditions dropped heavy snowfalls in Wisconsin, Minnesota and other midwestern states, but even for a region that's used to dealing with its share of annual winter weather. State officials are worried that an oncoming polar vortex might complicate cleanup efforts delivering a one two punch. I understand that the. The coldest wind chill ever recorded. Minnesota was negative seventy one that was in nineteen eighty-two northern Minnesota. That's been a soda public radio education. Reporter Elizabeth shock men. And obviously, you know, Minnesota's cold wind chill values this week have gotten as low as sixty two degrees below zero in northern Minnesota. So it hasn't quite hit the record yet. It might do that sixty two degrees Fahrenheit below zero. And to put that into perspective today in Siberia, it's nine degrees at the top of Mount Everest January averages run at about negative thirty two we had a polar vortex in two thousand fourteen where we had similar temperatures. But they I think this week will actually end up beating two thousand fourteen. So it is it is pretty unusually cold for us school districts across Minnesota have been faced with uncertainty when deciding whether or not to close schools step rarely taken in places like Minnesota where the ice and cold are just a part of life, Saint Paul public schools. Minneapolis, and Inoka Hennepin public schools were all cancelled those are the three largest school districts. I'm there right around the metro area here in the twin cities a lot of parents kind of said, why are we why are classes cancelled the snows that bet not that bad? It's not that cold. It's supposed to get a lot colder like in many communities canceling school is.
Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules
"Another hot one, but not as bad high ninety Right now we've got those early morning dark skies since starting to slowly creep. Up in sixty two degrees in Denver now on Colorado's. Morning news Colorado voters going to be designing a key measure in November on a much tighter regulations. On the, oil and gas industry KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve has the latest on. This story it would require new, oil and gas. Rigsby at. Least twenty five hundred feet from ballots from buildings excuse me and it will make the ballot in November that ruling coming yesterday after they did gather enough. Signatures it's called initiative, ninety, seven it, would change the current rules that require oil and gas facilities be at least five hundred feet from. Homes, in about a thousand from schools and hospitals those backing the measure say health concerns those opposed worry about the economic impact the. Measure could have on our states oil and gas. Industry meanwhile the oil and gas conservation
Hundreds of homes destroyed in devastating California blaze
"Of, the Great Lakes. News talk seven sixty WJR six AM monster wildfire Trump denial I'm Barbara Kusak an. Explosive wildfire in northern California has, left two dead as destroyed. Five hundred structures now covering. Forty eight thousand acres correspondent Dan Simon says more than. Thirty eight thousand people were forced from their homes The devastation is beginning. To set in for people in Redding California The apple named car fire which officials say was first sparked by. A vehicle. Has ravaged the region since, Monday, and doubled in size no idea we're gonna do Morrow officials say. Clean temperatures and strong winds make this fire all the more fierce it is one of. Three major blazes burning across the state eighty eight across, the country sadly seems like this are. Becoming the new normal worldwide as temperatures rise due to climate. Change airlines cancelled flights says Japan's Pacific coast is bracing for typhoon Jong Dari heavy rain is already. Falling on a region devastated by floods. And landslides earlier this month five people were killed following separate shootings last, night. That included a nursing home in. A suburb of Corpus Christi Texas the shooter. Was among the dead a motive is unknown President Trump's longtime fixer Michael Cohen claims Trump new in real time about the June two thousand sixteen, meeting with Russians to get dirt on Hillary Clinton according to, CNN N. correspondent ABBIE Philip reports if true. Cohen's claim would contradict repeated denials by Trump the president left. Town without making any statements at all leaving this as simply a his word against his former lawyers. But the President Try the in a. Tweet to preempt questions from reporters denying the story CNN also reports Cohen, is. Willing to make this assertion to. Special counsel Robert Muller parts of Munich airport. Temporarily shut down after a woman entered a security zone without going through security and passport controls authorities still looking for the woman I'm Barbara Kusak Seven sixty WJR news are meadowland Landreau WGN news time six oh to currently it's sixty two degrees the late Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne was seriously ill for more, than a year the revelations raise the questions of why the company didn't know about it WJR's. Dick Hafner reports Zurich hospital that treated, Sergio marshawn revealed that he was sick for more than a. Year with a, condition which is still mysterious Marcio apparently did not. Tell the, company and so- shareholders did not know martians family says Fiat Chrysler was not told until just before he died, was that the company's responsibility to know the man who saved. Fiat Chrysler put together a five year business plan and despite his plan. To retire next. Year the Fiat Chrysler annual report states marshy owned is critical to the, implementation of our business plan rules, governing public companies in the US do not require them to reveal health problems of top executives. The rules group the issue with. Major changes that Should trigger a public disclosure dick Hafner WJR news two more cases. Of, measles have been confirmed in Michigan. This year according to the. Michigan department of health and human service the too ill. Individuals are residents of Oakland and washtenaw counties the new cases raise the. Total cases of measles in the state for two, thousand eighteen to four last year there were two cases of measles in Michigan all four of this. Year's cases in the state were the result of exposure outside of the. Country a benefit for the wounded warriors project is being held in canton today WJR's gene Fogel explains it's not your typical fundraiser the fundraiser at heritage park and South County center road will include a walk talk and yoga event, the yoga sessions where we led by Dan Nevins he's a motivational speaker nationally recognized wounded warrior. Himself retired army staff sergeant had to, have both legs amputated below the knees because of injuries suffered. During a.
Poland seeks permanent US troop presence, offers financing
"Wbz news time four fortyeight overcast skies and sixty two degrees right now in boston good afternoon i'm mike macklin top stories we're following on this memorial day destructive flood waters smashing the old billtown of addicott city maryland at least one man is reported missing tropical storm alberto bearing down on the gulf of mexico packing heavy rain storm warnings out along the gulf coast in both florida and alabama on this memorial day president trump laying a wreath at the two of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery the president praising those who have served it our nation's armed forces and made the supreme sacrifice polish officials want more american troops in their country the ap's ben thomas tells us why american forces are stationed in poland already but on temporary rotational mission though that mission is openended the polish defense minister tells state radio he recently held talks in washington about making the us presence permanent saying it would be of great importance because it deters the an per seri poland security concern have grown since russia's annexation of the crimean peninsula and support for separatists in eastern ukraine in moscow presidential spokesman dmitry peskov says an increase in the west's military presence near russia's borders quote certainly does not contribute to security and stability on the continent in any way ben thomas washington wbz news time four fifty lot of folks across new england joining in tons of unused expired or unwanted prescriptions during the region's latest drug jake back program forty four tons worth to the exact ten percent of those drugs opioid painkillers the greatest amount of returns rugs came from maine twenty eight thousand five hundred pounds here in massachusetts to take was twenty seven thousand pounds collected da officials say the take back program makes home safer by removing medication that's highly susceptible to diversion misuse abuse.
2 new Ebola cases confirmed in large city in Congo, raising risk of further spread
"News time six eighteen sixty two degrees cloudy in boston right now good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories four male teens are dead after the car they were in crashed and rolled over in east bridgewater it happened on route one oh six yesterday afternoon police are looking in speed and weather as potential factors former president jimmy carter delivered the commencement speech at liberty university in virginia saturday president trump delivered the commencement speech there last year and we're learning more about the texas school shooting witnesses say the gunman dimitrius pagor cheese began firing a shotgun through an art classroom door fatally hitting a student in the chest he also aimed at one person and said i'm going to kill you and fired the gun he shot seven more students and two teachers before surrendering to police in hawaii officials say a man was hurt when airborne lava struck him in the leg burning him the men were standing on the third floor balcony of his home yesterday when it happened people are being warned to stay away from where lavaka is flowing and with two more volcanic fissures open geologists caroline says people need to be ready to evacuate possibly quickly as people being trapped honestly it is a very dynamic situation scientists are also warning residents about something called lay's lasers created when hot lava hits the ocean sending hydrochloric acid and steam with fine glass particles into the air the ebola outbreak in the republic of congo has not reached an international health emergency yet that's according to the world health organization awareness was raised when two new cases were confirmed in a city the virus began in more rural areas with forty four cases including twenty three deaths world health officials have been taking action to stop the virus from spreading further and vaccinations are set to begin today wildlife officials in maine are looking for volunteers.
Celtics Lose 116-86 in Game 3 as Cavaliers Dominate at Home
"From our parents home wbz news time is six oh one right now we have sixty two degrees and it's cloudy in boston right crosscourt jr smith wide open tables turned in cleveland last night is the celtics loss to the cavaliers in game three of their series wbz's charlie birger on his here what happened charlie by this was not pretty hard at least the good news is if you started watching it you didn't have to stay up too long high one sixteen eighty six the final the celtics are now one in five when they play on the road in the playoffs cavaliers took a twenty point lead into halftime were never threatened the rest of the way we'll talk more about game three of the conference final coming up in sports in about ten minutes charlie thank you very much wbz.
Police called on two Native American students taking college tour
"The city today lots of sunshine high seventy this afternoon tonight clear and mild low forty five tomorrow sunny the warm up continues with a high of seventy seven on sunday we'll see a few clouds roll in it won't be quite as warm high seventy two and there's a ten percent chance relate day thunderstorm yeah that's it just a ten percent chance from cbs four i'm ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm is mostly sunny and sixty two degrees c you and fort collins says it's viewing procedures after a case of racial profiling evolving to perspective students thomas and lloyd gray borrowed their mom's car in new mexico and drove seven hours to visit csu's wizardry in school but when they joined a campus tour another mom who was part of that call the police to say the boys were native american were making her nervous description did she give the quiet ones their mom can't believe campus police pulled them out of the tour and frisk them s you is now offering to reimburse the boys for the tour and pay their way for another one in golden today a gun salute at the fallen officers memorial the name of douglas county deputies zachary perish was added to the memorial along with the names of five officers who died years ago but had never been properly honored next year we know the two more names will be added to the memorial el paso county sheriff's deputy mike affleck and adams county deputy heath gum another white house resignation today this time the doctor assigned a vice president mike pence this may be related to a confrontation between pence's doctor and president trump's physician the vice president's physician dr jennifer penna resigning from the white house medical unit but no one in mike pence's office will say why last fall dr penna reportedly expressed concerns about mr trump's physician ronnie jackson and how he handled the case involving vice president pence his wife karen the pens team saying the medical unit would respond to questions but so far no comment on the resignation that's abc's andy field president trump says an announcement will come soon about a high profile.
Earth's Changing Temperature
"About eighty six degrees fahrenheit on average on average so meaning that it was hotter on sundays and colder on others that's right and for comparison in july of two thousand seventeen the earth average temperature was sixty two degrees fahrenheit oh in july is one of the hottest month of the year in some places that's right and while eighty six degrees fahrenheit might not sound to scorching hot well fifty million years ago it was hot enough that crocodiles were swimming in the arctic and there were palm trees in alaska hotter than a carolina reaper mixed with a ghost pepper mixed with pepper x mixed with peppermint yeah yeah yeah i get it i get it but you said that the year twenty one
Austin bomber suspect dead - live updates and details
"Breaking news station i've had allen austin police and federal agents are on the scene of the home or the austin bomber lived after he blew himself up when approached by this morning correspondent clayton neville says more information is being learned about twenty four year old mark condit who police as responsible for all of the recent bombings in austin neighbors of the condit family in fluker ville texas described the family as quiet mark conduct was the oldest of four children and was home schooled he attended a community college in austin for two years before going to work for a manufacturing company in his hometown job he was let go from in august this texas man says the bombings have made him forever conscious of deliveries i'm what i you know what i did what i what i get my mail steel was you never know police still working to determine if condit had any accomplices or any devices outgoing in the mail i'm clayton neville the federal reserve has done what was expected and raise two key interest rate today the new chair jerome powell says the fed act on a stronger economy including brighter jobs numbers job gains average two hundred and forty thousand per month over the past three months well above the pace needed in the long run to absorb new entrance into the labor force the unemployment rate remained low in february at four point one percent while the labor force participation rate moved higher we fed raise the federal funds rate which helps determine rates for mortgages credit cards and other borrowing to arrange at one point five to one point seven percent that was an increase of a quarter of a percentage point rates are still historically low the fourth nor'easter and three weeks is hammering the mid atlantic and northeast states new york city may have experienced it's worst springs snowstorms since nineteen fifty eight governor andrew cuomo has declared a state of emergency for new york city and its suburbs the declaration issued witness allows the state to cut red tape and make decisions that affect local governments uniformly police say slick roads were factor in a fatal crash on long island right now it is sixty two degrees in albuquerque our next news update is at two o'clock i'm pat alan on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b this got stigler show now at a brand new time three pm weekday oh on newsradio k k o v.