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"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Stephen Ted mornings on Wichita as number one Talk 98 7 and 13 30 K and S s Faces, which, because number one talk 98 7 and 13 30 Cayenne. If you don't, don't you? With all the other guys in town. She's even here in the morning here on CNN, says 7 27 on a Wednesday morning three big things. Wichita City Council extends masked bandit until October 21st Century county's top doctors as masked mandate appears to be working in Wichita, Senate Republicans pitching a pandemic relief package. Democrats give it a cool reception. Three big things even dead on K and S s. Gasoline prices here in the Wichita area this morning unchanged. I'm still seeing prices as high as a dollar 99 or so a gallon and an average around a dollar 95 gallon. Best price have seen so far Dollar 88 gallons spotted that Douglas and Seneca traffic update. 98 7 and 13 30 time Jet chambers Cooler with rain likely through tomorrow. 80% Chance Marine today with a high of 53 degrees. Now a cloudy sky north wind gusting to 30, MPH and 47 degrees. That man Jack Summer sale going on now, the entire inventory of straw hats 25 to 50% off Then Jax open Monday through Saturday at six. So one West Douglas And at the clock tower in Delano. The sale is in store only. The study indicates an overwhelming majority of protests around the country are peaceful. That story and more news on the half hour Stephen 10 in the morning on not very long ago, the story you're about to.
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"6 11 with Stephen Ted in the morning, 98 7 and 13 30 K. N s s and course all morning long here on Wednesday morning commute. Keep you updated on traffic situation on Wichita roadways with Chad chambers this morning so far in traffic conditions, looking all right out there and the gasoline prices here in the Wichita area, more stations edging down towards that lower into the gasoline prices. Still not seeing much better out there than dollar 91 a gallon or so. And several stations still up around the dollar. 95 a gallon mark. Traffic update from 98 7 and 13. 30 K. SS is brought to you by Joe Dubrava and Carl's Goodyear Tire hated downtown at market and Waterman and online at Carl's tired dot com Your home for complete car care. And as we head into this Wednesday, let's take a look at what the weather has in store for us. Let's get the latest from meteorologist Dan Holiday. Good Morning, Dan. Good morning. Now that we're well into a summer pattern, we go day today. Sometimes this thunderstorm complex has hang on a little longer than expected, and that's the case this morning is they have spread in clouds across parts of south Central Kansas. Expect to be partly cloudy and warm this afternoon or high. 90 storms return again after midnight Carlo 72 Thursday 92 I'm NSS, meteorologist and holiday currently in Wichita, with a breeze out of the southeast, 93% humidity. We are under a cloudy sky. It is 70 degrees here on this Wednesday morning. Thanks for.
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Stephen Ted. I mean, we were every all we do the news every day. It gets pretty gloomy at times. Can you cheer us up? Yeah, I think our I think are I think our numbers or flattening a little bit because of all the things we've done, But I did learn that recently that That Are in the to the doctors and coarse, You know, there's a lot of experts around everywhere, but They said, if it looks like communities that had about 70 to 80% Success in mask wearing Really has a positive impact much as I don't like the ones I wear, but so well, but I was thinking well, when I goto grocery store some of these stories I see everybody wearing a basket. I'm guessing we're in the 90% but others were saying nobody's wearing so I guess I go places, but I don't see that. But that's the goal of the community if we can Look around. At least 70 80% of the people are wearing them. That's a positive according to the medical people, So sounds good. I think yes, I think next month next Monday and Tuesday, hopefully Now that we've nearly flattened if we see a decline, and then we'll get it. Let's get this going for you so school can get down and life gets a little bit normal open to have a great autumn here in south Central Kansas. Yeah, Don't forget to vote today. Don't forget. No, no, Don't vote vote early and vote often We always say right No, You don't know that. You got 90 chasing you. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Feet as always. We'll talk to you. Thanks. Weak Centre County. Uh, commission chair Pete Meister on the wrist, even 10 every Tuesday morning. A very good 7 43 Now coming up. We've got Bill Roy entered the witches about business journal. Local car dealer expands to L. A That's on the way. And now Jonathan McCoy with today's retirement tip, sponsored by market advice, regroup. Good morning, Stephen Ted, it's time to rise and retire. Today. We're continuing this week's talk about measuring and understanding risk in your investments. Yesterday we discussed the term beta and how it identifies the risk of an investment. So if there's a beta, there's naturally going to be an Alfa Alfa is used to measure how on investments performance compares to a benchmark. If the Alfa is a positive number that investment has outperformed the benchmark, If an Alfa is a negative that investment has underperformed the benchmark, remember a benchmark is any other index or investment that you're compared? In a given investment against at Market Advisor Group. We want to guide you through without jargon, our sales pitch. To better prepare you for retirement, take control and create a more predictable financial future for yourself. Call us at 3162528707.
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"Show This's Stephen Ted on 98 7 and 13 38 30 on a Friday morning last day of July 67 degrees. President Trump says he does not want to see the upcoming election delayed hours after suggesting a delay in a tweet President Trump says he doesn't want to see the election held on time in his schedule before all male in election would mean results coming days, weeks or months after the vote. Do I want to see a day change? No, but I don't want to see a crooked election. This election will be the most rigged election in history. If that happens, the president has criticized states expanding melon voting options as a way of responding to the Corona virus pandemic. Federal law sets the election date is thie Tuesday after the first Monday in November, it would require Congress to make a change. Jared Albert. Fox News, Kansas Congressman Ron Estes tells Katie NSS news. Republicans and Democrats are divided on several issues when it comes to passing another pandemic relief package. One of those issues liability We don't know where people are getting sick from so We don't want somebody who has walked into a business or or maybe an employee who several days later comes down sick and being able to sue their employer, whether school district or or a business or a church. So we want to make sure there's liability protection for that, Estes says. Republicans are also concerned that some people's unemployment checks are now mohr than they earned on the job, Estes commented during the Stephen Ted in the morning show on K. N S S. Kansas lawmakers have passed a bill allowing people to opt out of contact tracing. Hansen's attorney general, Derek Smith, says the contact Tracing Privacy Act. Is leading the nation in privacy protection looks different now is wide spread scope of its use hundreds of contacts racers being hired state by state, you know it's an intrusive activity before those who were involved. However, Sedgwick County Health Director Adrian Burns tells chaos and news You can also jeopardize their work in slowing the spread of the Corona virus. The bill If someone says I don't want to tell you anything about who I've been around Then we stopped. Their butt Privacy Act is now in effect for the state of Kansas. Dan O'Neil K. NSS News At yesterday's Wichita School Board meeting, Board President Cheryl Logan made a request regarding a possible name change for the North High School mascot. I would like to direct the superintendent if she would work with district leadership staff. And our Native American program Director Tao Dumbo and principal Stephanie Wasco to a similar committee that will be made up of stakeholders and will be starting this discussion. Logan also said she would like to see the committee develop a timeline and potential questions for discussion. Then bring that body of work back to the school board for discussion. The nation's largest teachers union says its members in Texas are ready to strike over the Corona virus. The American Federation of Teachers supports the idea of educators striking. It's risky because according to state law, it's illegal for Texas teachers to participate in this type of activity. A FT leaders say it's only necessary of districts reopened without proper safety measures. Watches Morgan Barrel reporting, union officials say the strike would be a last resort. Should Texas teachers go on strike, they risk losing their credentials and retirement benefits..
Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities
"Good morning, Stephen Ted. Well Thursday live cattle cattle futures traded higher, but when ableto make new highs for the weak, the cattle complex closed from the positive side but well below the session. Highs. Live cattle, Peter Cattle need to train above the high that were made back in May to break to the upside. Here. Average carcass weighs £896 up six times from the previous week and £42 heavier than a year ago. The lean hogs closed mostly higher with the best drink in the nearby contract Yesterday on the close August Live cattle ward I'm hired 99 25. August Peters, up 47 cents at 1 34 52 In August. Doing hugs, $2.27 hired $50.22. There was a new highs for the week made yesterday in the wheat, corn and beans along with positive closes and the manage money is still price supportive, along with the weather concerns and the monthly yesterday supplied the main report will be released at 11 o'clock this morning. September Casey, We'd nail his opinion and flowed for 55 a quarter of record up a penny in 1/4 3 50 I know this story means three cents higher. 8 99 and 1/2 or just crude oil trading, 50 cents Lower. 39 12. August gold $8.20 hired $1812. September S and P nine. The quarter points Lower. 3132 Timber dollars Index, four cents lower. 96 63 in September. Legend features 96 point slower. 4 25,074
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Now Stephen Ted here on K. and SS this is Wednesday June seventeenth twenty it says so on right there on the yeah I wonder why I guess I'm a little wall because we had another sunny breezy hot day across central Kansas Tuesday in high temperature yesterday ninety four normal high eighty sevens were cooking a little bit as we head into the weekend and well see this is the twentieth of the twenty first the beginning of summer twenty first isn't it yeah for every year now and the end falls pretty much on father's day this year Sunday twenty first on this day does I I was not aware of this but of course the National Weather Service keeping us posted with facts from history the weather history on this date in nineteen fifty nine an amazing thunderstorm struck Selden which is in northwest Kansas the store produce hail for an astounding one hour and twenty five minutes that's boy that's an hour twenty five minutes of hail I've been a human I've opened a hail storm dot com whether financially last ninety Sadie Kumble minutes maybe of maybe three minutes four minutes and then it's gone over well this went on for an hour and a half all mine and the the hail accumulated to a depth of one and a half feet what which is about like data yeah so do your knee most of the hail was Peter marble size the oval shape of the hail swath if you can imagine nine miles long five miles wide and prior to the thunderstorms arrival the temperature is eighty degrees now but at the peak of the event the temperature plunged to thirty eight degrees while Hey that is that that is our freak on for more than forty degrees groups of a few buildings collapsed countless trees were stripped of leaves and it was just one heck of a hail storm out there near Seldon in northwest Kansas that was in nineteen fifty nine all right coming up on that freaky free theft really a freak storm come of age seventy now Stephen dead here on K. and SS we'll take a look at sports as boring as always with Ted Woodward yeah we'll head down to Stillwater Oklahoma college football coach is now apologizing for showing support for a far.
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Twenty first in Grove officers finishing up paperwork on a non injury accident and we're looking at construction slowdown southbound I won thirty five central to Douglas traffic update from ninety seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS I'm Dan o'neill Stephen Ted mornings done grant CFP the money tracker the orange that is again over the years I've had a couple notification from the IRS Hey you made this mistake here or whatever right I have never gonna set down with an auditor had you ever done that yes yeah I've been audited twice I won in both cases I would imagine if you've got the records and you sit down with the U. then they'll know that quick whether you're trying to do you know what though I can tell you psychologically even though you know that they're you know they're going to work to be fairly you know they really are you psychologically knowing that it's if it takes another galaxy Steve we've we've managed to stay away from the sale of the radar because we don't make much money by being just yet Stephen Ted in the morning on ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS right hander tonight nine eastern we've got to open up the country yes safely no blue state should not be given three trillion dollars that's insane we'll show you why and we.
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"Good morning Stephen Ted in the morning now six twenty six here on a Tuesday three big things three house Democrats pushing another pandemic relief package Republicans cold to the idea over seventy one hundred Coba nineteen cases in Kansas now with one hundred fifty eight deaths four hundred sixty eight positive cases it said recounting one Ford county now has the most confirmed covered nineteen cases in Kansas with more than eleven hundred three big things even dead on K. innocence this morning we got wet roadways out there right now things could be a little slippery not seen any big slowdowns on the roadways at this time the traffic volume still fairly light right now traffic update from ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS is brought to you by joedy products and Carl's Goodyear tire located downtown market and Waterman and online Carl's tired dot com your home for complete car care cloudy with a sixty percent chance for rain today and a high of forty eight degrees now cloudy we both east wind at nine miles per hour and forty three degrees weather brought to you by one savers has winter been hard on your wood fence and deck get your deck ready for spring request a free estimates and would savers ink dot com the phone number eight three one ninety three hundred it would save her some more than nine million dollars in grants will go to Kansas communities to help lift up the economy that story and more news on the half hour Steve into the morning on K. and S. S..
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Twenty nine was Stephen Ted in the morning here on ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and S. S. entertainment news in the blur is just minutes away Chad chambers well of course coronavirus continuing to affect the world of entertainment but well we'll also have some really good news in a positive story coming up on the blur as well in just a few minutes make sure you're here for that now Stephen Ted it's time for three big things the World Health Organization declaring the corona virus a pandemic that means the viruses causing sustained outbreaks in multiple regions around the world shares of stock tumbling in Europe and Asia after the virus declared a pandemic Dow Jones industrial average it's like it's falling into the red bear market territory once in a rare oval office address president trump is sharply restricted passenger travel from twenty six European nations to the U. S. and move the ease of the economic cost of a viral pandemic the three big things even dead ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. N. S. S. right now in traffic the volumes thinning out a little bit in traffic right now and so things are looking pretty good on the roadways right now still seeing some heavy traffic on K. ninety six right now right around I one thirty five and in a couple places along Kellogg some fairly heavy traffic doesn't seem to be slowing anything down at the moment gasoline prices at the low end here in the Wichita area I did sponsor one ninety four gallons and that was that twenty first week north and hundred twenty seven east traffic update from ninety eight seven and thirteen thirty K. and SS I'm jet chambers Anil take a look at that weather forecast here on this Thursday mostly cloudy to start out with little clear off but it'll be windy today wind out of the northwest.
Congressman Ron Estes says NAFTA replacement is good
"Fourth US district congressman Ron asked this is encouraged by house speaker Nancy Pelosi statement that the U. S. M. C. a trade agreement could become a reality you know with the US MC a deal was brought up over a year ago now and we've been wasted a lot of time on treatment and but there's so many good things in the US MCA that I'm really that because I really want to get it passed and issue is still allowed to come to the floor there's a lot of Democrats will go for it as well as a lot of Republicans because it's a it's a good bipartisan solution that's gonna make the country better and create more jobs in the more economic growth in exports and there's lots of positive things out of that congressman Estes says this trade agreement would replace nafta which many say contains too many loopholes that do not benefit North America he commented this morning on the Stephen Ted the morning show here on K. an
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"A good. Stephen Ted listener. He listens to the show and talk with him now. And then yesterday, I talked with Mike and Mike express some real concern about Stephen Ted. He was hoping that Ted you, we're getting enough rest at. Are you guys doing the weather all hours day and night? And in the morning, you're in there and doing the radio show. Mike. Thank you. He's a good guy. Yeah. Yeah, good listener, tuned. Thank you, Mike. For expressing your concern. We seem to be holding up valley. We think we're whole think we're doing fine. It's eight eleven four day workweek will help us deal with. Where you're already Thursday almost there are we? Well, okay. Peanut butter tamales garlic bread, macaroni and cheese. Those are things some of last night with a beer last night, but there are a growing number of people who think those food would go well, in a beer, people visiting these strange brew festival in Reno Nevada can attest the variety of beer flavors is growing like crazy. Blame it on craft brewers. Why competition increases among them. Beer, makers are mixing in just about every liquor, you can think of. And if you ever think of, for example, a Denver company offers up Abreu called Rocky Mountain oyster stout, which is flavored with grilled bull testing the hard pass on that. Yeah. I prefer Coors Rocky Mountain spring water to grilled bull. Whatever. They just be satisfied. The same deal. You know they keep trying to improve the potato chip to coming out with all these flavors. Yeah. You'd be hard to improve on potato you. Those canned wins the Pringles and whatnot elect seventeen different. Yeah. Why lays is trying to chicken and waffles or ruffles. Let's what's what's wrong with this plain old, good, old potato chip. That's hard to be the taste. Beer. They're they almost over think it. Well, we're always trying to find something new as I got to rate yourself from everybody else. They've always told me the most powerful word and advertising is new and it boys at work. Yeah. Louis Denver have tried the new Stephen Ted. But we are new everyday. Well, I know when I go to eat somewhere that I've been a million times before if I'm looking at the menu, and there's a little thing that says new. They cut interest peaked something new. All right. Well, we try to do every day. How about that eight thirteen? Now Stephen Ted here on campus. We got to connect confederate flag flap in Tennessee. Well, Tennessee yearbook. I'm sorry. This is in Tennessee. This is North Carolina. Okay. I get the states, right? And the school system is recalled a high school yearbook that had a cover featuring a picture of a confederate flag. Oh, my word on its Facebook page Thomas Ville city, school said the Thomas Ville, high school yearbook used several photos from yearbooks past, including a nineteen sixty eight yearbook picture, which had the words go dogs being held in front of the confederate flag yearbooks team this year is a blast from the past. But apparently not all the past going to the Facebook post the yearbook had been distributed to a few students and members of the staff after the photo was dented all yearbooks for collected immediately and picture will be removed from all yearbook covers and new yearbooks. We'll be distributed to students and staff. And this is in North Carolina. So the past is there, no matter how, you know, we don't need to be reminded of anything ugly that ever happened in the past, and I don't know people are so easily offended. Maybe I would be too, if I were different person. But. That's such a big deal. That's why the dukes of hazzard is not shown any mistrial. I'd like to. There it is. I mean, okay, a little arrival made for big news of the hospital in San Diego sharp. Mary Birch hospital for women and newborns announced the birth of an eight point six else girl, eight eight out smaller than that Cup over there. Mike. The world's tiniest surviving baby named savy born twenty three weeks in free days. And she, she's now she's five pounds or Senator hall about that. That's, that's a little. That's a miracle miracle there in San Diego. All right. Eight fifteen. Now, Stephen Ted here on Cayenne s and new FBI, top ten wanted fugitive lists the thing they used to show now in the post office, FOX News Radio. Evan Brown with us this morning. Good morning Evan. Good morning. And they still show it in the post office in plenty of places and the list isn't necessarily new list it is. But there's a new addition to the list. Okay. And that the, the FBI is trying to assist police from upstate New York. And when I say upstate about, you know about forty minutes or so outside New York City, Rockland county, a man who about twenty years ago. Got up from his breakfast table, went outside to where his daughter in law was putting the grand kids on the bus for school. And took a shotgun and killed her. She happened to be in the midst of trying to divorce. His son had really been no. You know, inkling that he was going to commit some kind of violence like this. And after he shot her allegedly he ran off into the woods to a state park where he had been a ranger for decades and disappeared essentially that, you know, he, he was never really seen from or heard from again police, including the FBI believe he is still alive. He would now be eighty years old. His name is Eugene Palmer and they think that they have the ability to catch him. The family says it is highly unlikely he is he's alive because he's diabetic in, he left the breakfast table without eating his breakfast, that morning didn't take his his medications with him. They think that probably hours later he collapsed. Diabetic coma and died, if they wouldn't be any other explanation. But police are adamant that he could be alive. Still, probably living in New York state or maybe Florida, and that he is living under an alias and all this time and that they expect to find him in that they win. They put people on the top ten list. They have a ninety percent success rate of fighting them. Wow. That's a very good success rate. Well, now, he say he went missing in this, this wooded area. Whatever from what your circumstances, your describe. The first thing I would say, well, he did he collapsed fell into her vein someplace and nobody could find him in the coyotes ate him or something like that. But the FBI seems think he's still around then. Well, they do the, the local police that originally, worked, the case believe that he's alive. The FBI has much more criminal detection resources than a local police department. Does they have international resources, of course? And the top ten list is is really proven to be or the most wanted list is as really proven to be a key tool for the FBI in tracking fugitives down. They since the list inception, and I think it goes back to the Alkap owned days, you know, so we're talking almost one hundred years about. Yeah, that there have only been a little bit more than five hundred people on the list. Well. You know, it's, it's a, it's a rather exclusive notorious list people like John Dillinger on there and folks like that. Probably about back in the day. All right. Thank you. Appreciate it this morning. Fox News radio's Eban Brown talking about a new addition to the F, B I top ten wanted fugitive list, the most wanted people in America has a strange story. The man just walked out and allegedly shoots and kills daughter-in-law. All right. Eight and then that was twenty years ago eighteen. Now, Stephen Ted here on KFI at s s make it eight nineteen it is sports time with Ted whip or.
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Never ever happen. And you can watch out for nothing. You can you can really plan for. Ooh. Stephen ted. Now it's a. 737 here in Stephen Ted show. Did how did you did some football Friday night? Did you not Saturday night, Saturday night, generally night? How's it, how's the team doing? They're struggling struggling a little bit. Yeah. Well, at least you were endorsed. Yes, we weren't doors. Nice night. Nice crowd on hand force football down an interest Bank arena. Okay. And the that was my big workforce for the other than that. That was pretty pretty laid back a good deal. Seven thirty seven now, Stephen ten in the morning here on a Monday that means Mondays with the mayor, which tummy, you're Jeff law will is with us this morning. Good morning, sir. Good morning, Steve. Here we are in looks like it's gonna rain like crazy for the next few days. But we're ready for that in Wichita, always, aren't we? Oh, I suppose. To build a little project down on the river. Right. Right. That'll hold that up a little bit. Listen. You've got we got a city council meeting coming up tomorrow as I understand. You're gonna do. Are you gonna do some consideration of the king of freight possible? Move into mountain building. So we are. And we think that, that give that area a little bit of life and, and bring, you know, up to now what we're looking at potentially nine hundred jobs at area, so five hundred twenty five or five hundred and forty five existing, and then they will add four hundred to that is that how this is this a done deal or not? Or is it something you have to sign off on tomorrow or this week is that's the way it's working? So we have to mend the lease for all to work out amend the lease. What does that mean? I'm not that old lease pertain to some retail activity and. It was a little confusing and we're going to make some adjustments at least so that the king of freight can move in there. They don't get it rent free. They still have to pay rent. But it is going to happen. Right. So it is going to happen. And again, we think it'll bring a lot of activity which typically you need actively to bring other things activity will bring opportunity. And that's what we're looking for anything else on the on the agenda for tomorrow that we need to know about here. So nothing too exciting. We done some minor code changes and everything else is pretty simple agenda. Pretty simple Tuesday force, and we're looking forward to the river festival starting in just a few days over weeks from now. How about that? So that's always a fun time. I think that's. Now, one of the top twenty five block parties in the world and. And, and so it's always fun kind of brings summer to us and looking forward to that. Of course, you know, I will be in the celebrity hang toss that I have the river fest as the reigning champion so you need to bring their game if they're gonna knock off the champ, who's your who's your partner in winning last year? So it's always the vice mayor that I'd team up the last year. It was Bryan Frye. And this year on team up with Jeff blue ball. I'm sure you'll win. Now, you know it's. Okay. As mayor together, people think it's collusion. Yeah. There you go. It probably is. He's going to bring a hardboiled egg, right? Well, we don't we, we play by the rules. Okay, good. That's good example, you're sitting there. How about I'm just thinking of something I've drove past the stadium over the weekend, where it's going to be have we come. How far away from having a name for that new team that's coming in less than a year from now. We hope so I, I'm, I believe they have a name chosen. They just haven't released it yet they want to. They want to bring in some, you know, folks from the Marlins organization, they may even get Derrick jeeter here since he's a part owner of that the good thing is even though with all this rain they've kinda gotten ahead of schedule and the foundations and so they're planning on taking the steel up in the air at the end of this month, which is not very far away. And you know, once they get the steel up and, and start getting the rest of the construction closed in the weather doesn't impact them at all. And so they've been doing phenomenal work. And if you go out there, you'll see the foundations the concrete works been poured the ready. Of course, the wet conditions don't hell? But they've done an outstanding job, even with all of the elements they've had to deal with now. They are making progress. All right. Thank you, Mr Barroso. Always thank you for spending your Monday morning with us. We appreciate it, sir. Take care, which mayor Jeff Longwell Mondays with the mayor here we Stephen Ted is your medical insurance claim if your medical insurance claim is denied. Is it a waste of time to fight it? Housecall for health more than forty two million health insurance claims were denied in two thousand seventeen and according to a new study..
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"Thirty four Stephen Ted in time for for the entertainment us. Ted Woodward, and they're talking about what another Toy Story movie coming out here, we go. Yeah. The full trailer for Toy Story. Four is out previously. Disney Pixar had released to sort trailers. But now, the two and a half minute Toy Story. Four trailer gives a much more indepth look at what fans can expect Bonnie made a friend in class. She's already making friends. No, no. She literally made a new friend. I want you to me. The trailer goes on to show that eventually forty runs away. And what he goes to find him. But they come across something that may question what he's willingness to return to his human little Bonnie, the rest of the toys buzz light year hand the pig. Rex the dinosaur and others all come together. In the typical Toy Story four adventure. That is sure to bring fun laughs, and maybe even some tears, Mike Gunzelman, Fox News. State legislators in Michigan honoring the late Queen of soul. Aretha Franklin plans highway for her. The lawmakers are pushing through a measure to designate a stretch of road in Detroit as the Aretha Franklin memorial highway, the measure overwhelmingly passed the state house by a one hundred one to six vote and now heads to the state Senate backers of the Bill acknowledged the late singer's work in the civil rights movement and entertainment as the basis for the honor Franklin grew up in her father's church in the Detroit area. She died of pancreatic cancer in her hometown. Last August popular Detroit concert venue. Shane park has already been renamed to honor Franklin Grenell. Scott, Fox News. The maker of a wildly popular spinning bike is being sued is being slapped with a lawsuit from a group of music publishers accusing the maker of video streaming exercise bikes of using one thousand songs.
"stephen ted" Discussed on KNSS
"Stephen Ted on Kansas s coming up at nine o'clock. The Glenn Beck program. This morning. John McAfee presidential candidate will be with them. And got that's gonna come up with the Glenn Beck program at nine o'clock this morning right here on Cayenne s s the number of Americans applying for unemployment checks hit the highest Mark since September of two thousand seventeen but they're still low enough that most workers continue to enjoy job security. The Labor Department says today the weekly applications for jobless aid rose by fifty three thousand last week to two hundred fifty three thousand from a forty nine year low of two hundred thousand the week before and the four week average, which is less volatile rose by five thousand number of federal workers seeking unemployment benefits fell. Forty two percent. Let's did. What I don't understand those numbers forty nine year low last week. And now they're back up by fifty three thousand more liar, federal employment applications down they were all off work, and they were implying Brennan poem. I don't have any explicit in this. That fell five forty two percent. Apparently, they decided to stay. Hey, go to their jobs eight forty nine now. Stephen hit stocks finished sharply higher Wednesday after the Federal Reserve signalled. It could hold off on interest rate increases in the coming months, citing muted inflation S and P five hundred index rose forty-one points, the Dow gained four hundred thirty four points. The NASDAQ climbed one hundred fifty four point all right, benchmark US crude oil rose one point seven percent to settle it. Fifty four dollars Twenty-three cents per barrel in New York yesterday. Better. Reserve chair Jerome Powell says he would need to see a jump in inflation in order to raise a benchmark interest rate. The feds preferred measure of inflation has increased one point eight percent in the last twelve months. Slightly below the central bank's two percent target. So it's almost inflation's almost non-existent going to some of these figures. Facebook reporting earnings and revenue handily surpassed Wall Street expectations for the final quarter of two thousand eighteen despite heavy spending on safety and security. Facebook says it earned six point nine billion dollars or two dollars and thirty eight cents per share Facebook's doing okay, well, eases my mind, I was concerned about Facebook fiscal little struggling companies struggled along we're gonna make it. If we always worry about those things. Eight fifty one.
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"Stephen Ted, and we have lost a giant in the theater world. Ted Ted Woodward with the blur this morning, entertainment news, right now, we sure have we learned about the death today of Broadway legend, Carol Channing who has passed away at the age of ninety seven. Carol Channing career spans decades on Broadway and TV, but she was best known for one character in particular. Nice to be back. Title role from Hello, Dolly, she wanted Tony for it. In nineteen sixty four and played the role in almost five thousand performances on Broadway, and beyond Channing also appeared in movies, earning an Oscar nomination and was inducted into the Grammy hall of fame. Her publicist says she died of natural causes early this morning in California. She had suffered strokes twice in the past year. Tonga j powers Fox News. And we'll hear some more from Carol Channing coming up later in the blur. A few people had to share prices at the critics choice awards for the second time in its twenty four year history. Sunday nights critics choice awards saw not one but two ties on the same night. Amy Adams for sharp objects and Patricia Arquette for escape, Dan, Amora, we're co-winners and the best actress in a limited series or movie made for television category while lady Gaga and Glenn Close tied for best. Actress close one for the wife and Gago one first star is born other notables on the night included the foreign language. Film Roma winning best picture and also best director while Christian bale won the award for best actor in a comedy movie for his portrayal of Vice President Dick Cheney in vice Michael Schulman, Fox News, and the Screen Actors Guild is apparently not happy with the film academy that runs the Oscars the Screen Actors Guild came out with a terse statement directed at the academy Motion Picture Arts and sciences asking them to back off from telling actors not to appear at other ward shows Zach says in a statement on their website that have received multiple reports that the organization that Ron's. They Oscars is pressuring actors to appear only at next month's Academy Awards. There are several award shows leading up to the Oscars this year. The Oscars will not have a host depending solely on their presenters. Sack. Says it's utterly outrageous and unacceptable and his asking the academy to cease this inappropriate action sag awards air on TNT January twenty seventh. Shell Pollino, Fox News. There's a new top photo on Instagram. Not quite what you'd expect? Move over Kylie Jenner a picture of a plain Brown egg has cracked the top spot on Instagram becoming the most liked photo of all time. It all started when the Instagram account world record Eggen, courage, people to like the photo with the sole purpose of beating Kylie jenner's. Record holding baby announcement picture in just ten days. The post racked up twenty six million likes besting jenner's picked by a whopping eight million. So how did Jenner respond to this? Exciting news. The reality star shared a video that shows her cracking an egg on the pavement writing take that little egg. But it turns out Jenner was in on the yoke. I mean joke all along as she likes the egg photo as well Carly Schimdt. Guess Fox News. You know who wants promoted the world's largest.
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"Traffic update. Stephen Ted, K N S S. And now the chaos and storm tracker three forecast with Kansas today meteorologist TJ Springer. Good morning DJ. Good morning. Steve. How are you doing? Well. It's a pretty nice morning out there. Not too long. Not to golden looks like to me if you're looking at the forecast coming up, you may have a little rain forest coming up. Right. We do. Yes. And big changes because it has been so nice. As you mentioned. We're sitting pretty good for this time of the year. Well, above average, really we're going to have more partly cloudy conditions. We'll call it a mix of clouds and sunshine in that breeze. Increasing out ahead of this system in maybe a spotty sprinkle later on this afternoon with highs into the lower fifties tonight, mainly cloudy, we'll keep that slim chance for rain shower, but a much better chance rain likely tomorrow, cloudy skies with a chance of rain at seventy percent. Highs into the low forties temperature right now in Wichita just below freezing at thirty one under partly cloudy skies. All right. So this if it had comes it's supposed to come in tomorrow sometime early in the morning late today. I think probably by around this time, we should be having some rain showers moving in. So it's going to be with us all the way through the day tomorrow. And I think. Colder air going to go through in from the north. And we'll start to see that rain changing over to snow late tomorrow and into our Saturday. The reason to listen to Stephen de tomorrow morning, because you'll know what if they're traffic tie ups, whether we keep them posted owing oh for sure. Yeah. W morning where you want to know what the heck is going on out there. Right. Okay. Thank you, t j. Gregory forecast with Kansas today meteorologist TJ.
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"It says five days sixteen hours or something, you know, days hours five days, sixteen hours, twenty nine minutes and twenty seven seconds to go to spend that money. It's a use. It lose it clock. So that could be a pretty valuable tip. So so you if you're buying things you will actually use, and hopefully, you get them and you use up that account balance or lose it. So I think that's pretty valuable. That's good tip on that website. Thank you. We appreciate your advice today that is CPA and financial expert Ed slot. Joining us live today here with Steven Ted some deadlines at the end of the year and things you might want to consider if you want to maximize your money at this time of the year before things get away from us. Yes. December twenty six to five days to go. Thanks, ed. That's a good stuff. It is seven seventeen was Stephen Ted on K NSS coming up in the eight o'clock hour, we'll be talking live with with Jared Halpern live from Capitol Hill more about the government shutdown. We talked with Jared on Christmas Eve on Monday, and he fills us in what was going on. So we'll do a couple of days later. Yeah. We'll book into Jared on the other side of Christmas and see what's going on in the nation's capital. Maybe nothing's going on maybe Jared. Yeah. Hey, it's government shutdown nothing going on. And we could just play the play the clip for Monday. And we'd be good probably. Yeah. It is seven seventeen was Stephen Ted on K k s s up the president of Egypt is demanding that his the citizens lose weight demanding. That's what it says in televised comments earlier this month, the general turned president railed about the number of fat people. He sees and told Egyptian they must take better care of themselves. He said physical education to become a core curriculum at schools and universities since he suggested the TV shows should not let its presenters or guests on the air, if they're overweight. Well, the next morning. He drove his point home by energetically bicycling to the national military academy in the suburbs of Cairo wearing black sweatpants dark top matching baseball hat. He told cadets he was adamant that they would not leave basic training before they fulfil their fitness requirements. Wow. Tyrant setting good example season. He says even the smallest minutiae as needing help and getting people shaped up, and he's weighing in on everything from road-building to filmmaking often while scolding and haranguing his citizens to correct their behaviors. Well, well, President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, isn't that? Nice. Getting it done. It is seven nineteen with Stephen Ted on K NSS. Let's take a look at what's going on in sports. And we do have. We'll talk pro football tonight. It's the weekly.
Countries Struggle To Agree On Rules For Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
"He and the others are honored to have been selected for the job. And they're ready to build a world class facility for Wichita seventy five million dollars stadium is to be complete in time for the two thousand twenty baseball season. The regional economic area partnership wants to make sure communities don't compete against each other for projects repairs drafted a resolution that says among other things communities are discouraged from competing against each other in the fight to attract new businesses, which city council expected to consider the resolution this week and seven people are interested in becoming the newest member of the Wichita city council. The district two seat is coming. Open next month since council member Pete Mike Eisner has been elected to serve on the Sedgwick county commission of the candidates. Some of the candidate the candidates include Becky Tuttle of the greater Wichita YMCA and Allen, Mike Eisner who is Pete minors, brother. So we've got to have a new city councilman Pete Mitra over the over the counter the Meissner's just like the Bush family a dynasty trying to get a dynasty going there. Anyway. Google spending a billion dollars to expand operations in New York City Ruth Porat senior vice president and chief financial officer at Google. Alphabet said in a blog post Monday that Google is creating more than one point seven million square foot campus that includes lease agreements along the Hudson river in lower Manhattan, Google Hudson square. We'll be the company's primary location for its New York operations. Could you find any place for the real estate is more expensive, then in lower Manhattan? Yeah. Good look, Google puts its first office put first office in New York nearly twenty years ago and already has more than seven thousand employees in that city will hopes to move into the new campus by twenty twenty so Google all of these cities around the around the country competing to try to get Google play. People like them to locate their businesses where they can create jobs and so forth and Google chooses. What what Austin two weeks ago or last week for a great big new facility and now New York City, which I'm here really really needs the business. Well, I'm being facetious. Now. Of course, they don't they don't need it. Of course, they have to go somewhere where they think those workers will be or want to be you got the Yankees and the giants and all that there. So I guess that's part of it a big part of it. All right. It's seven fifty five. Now, Stephen Ted here on coming up. Stay with us in the eight o'clock hour, Stephen head. We'll have the latest on a possible government shutdown this week.
Kansas, Ron ESTES And Congressman discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"What is the biggest line of contention between you and your opponent heading into this race. Well, I think it's pretty clear there's two differences one is that you know, he's looking at bigger government raising taxes as opposed to a growing economy and making sure that you get things moving forward. The socialist agenda that they're promoting talks more about resistance in obstruction versus we focused on limited governments more freedoms and getting results getting things done. And that's what we've seen a lot of is is all of this objection to what's happening is is really just slow in the country down and impacting what positive things are happening, sometimes the midterm elections are a flat issue. But it seems like recently everybody's pretty charged up. Imagine you see a pretty engaged voting public out there these days. Yeah. It's typically you see in a midterm election. The the number of people that come out to vote is a little bit smaller than the come out for the presidential election. There's there's less of a draw their overall you see trends of that increasing every few year every year, you see an increase in number voters as that trend goes we're seeing the same thing this year. In fact, we're seeing maybe slightly higher increased. Because more people are engaged. I mean, it's pretty clear to see the differences between the socialist policies that are being promoted by the Democrats versus the the pro growth and good positive story that we're trying to talk about that. We've accomplished the last couple of years. And and I think that that that contrast has motivated a lot of people to get out and make it much more important that we all get out and vote five days away from the election. Do you sleep? These days are you on twenty four seven mode. You know, it's it's kind of. A little bit of both. We're we're trying to get out to as many places we can mean part of that is as we were talking earlier just so many things going on in the district. You want to be able to get to all of them that you can some of them from a political standpoint and a campaign stops, but some of them just from the standpoint of still the congressmen are still issues that we need to work on. And you need to make sure that we get we get accomplished for south central Kansas and continue to focus on that. We've got a good campaign plan. We're we're we're geared up. There is only five days left, but we're still out there calling on voters and knocking on doors and putting signs up. And and we want to make sure we we run all the way the finish line. How is Halloween last night were you ringing doorbells? Or are you handing out? You know, it was it was actually a handed out a little bit of the people came to kiss some of the kids came to our door. You know, it's kind of neat folks. Started in our neighborhood before got quite dark. So that was that was deal. It's we didn't have as many trick. Or treaters is expected to it's a it's a good turnout. I mean, that's an interesting tradition. The kids dress up and have fun wants congress recesses. Do you do you? Are you glad to get away from the beltway for a little bit? You know, it's it's nice to be back to the real world, and, you know, breathe clean air here in Kansas talk to real people, and and focus on things that are, you know, affect people day to day lives. So I enjoy getting back. We my wife, and I still live here in Wichita. And of course, our our youngest is still in Andover school district. So we we are in Washington. Three weeks a month for votes typically. Yeah. And fly back and forth every weekend. And I wanna make sure that we stay grounded with the common sense. Kansas thought process you deal. Glad to have you in the studio this morning. Thank you congressman Ron ESTES dropping by and good luck with everything. All right. Thank you. And we'll see what the voters say on Tuesday when the election takes place midterms. Thank you, congressman. Thank you Ron ESTES dropping by the studio and joining us today. Thanks for being with us. It is Stephen Ted on K NSS
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"Or treating eleven percent say never you should never stop fourteen percent of you say fifteen is the age, and is for twelve is the age to stop trick or treating seventy six percents. So there's the overwhelming result on that one. And we put a new question on today. Will you get a flu shot this year, three choices? Yes. No. Or I already have the Stephen Ted poll question on our on our web page radio dot com. US? Employers added a stellar two hundred fifty thousand jobs last month raised average pay by the most in nearly a decade. The Labor Department's monthly jobs report the last major economic data before Tuesday's congressional elections. Also showed that the unemployment rate remained at a five decade low of three point seven percent. The influx of new job seekers in October increase the proportion of Americans with jobs to its level since January of two thousand nine record imports expanded the US trade deficit for the fourth straight month in us in September as a politically sensitive trade deficit in goods with China hit a record Commerce Department says the gap between what America cells, and what it buys abroad climb to fifty four billion dollars up one point three percent from fifty three point three billion in August and the highest level since February. So not not good news on that front at least. All right. Many flyers have had the experience of having their baggage sent to the wrong city, but police in Chicago has had to deal with a baggage handler who ended up in the wrong city. American Airlines says an employee of Piedmont airlines, working an American flight Saturday ended up in the heated and pressurized cargo hold of the Boeing seven thirty-seven heading from Kansas City to Chicago. The handle was found when the flight landed about an hour later at O'Hare airport, the worker dope police he was drunk and had fallen asleep. Down there in the cargo hold no charges have been filed. The baggage handler was rerouted back to Kansas City. Don't know whether they put him in the cargo hold and setting backers don't see you can only hope that he just came out on the luggage carousel just like the in the movie airplane. Yeah. Maybe rolls out and somebody claiming right? Yeah. You're just goes around and around American says, it's grateful. The handler wasn't injured and is reviewing the incident. They better eight fifty now Stephen did here on WBZ, Jay's focus on five editor Bill ROY business journal with us this morning. Good morning Bill. Good morning, Steve. And ted. Yeah. The big story in the weekly edition of the Wichita business journal project, which Itai identified five priorities to work on for the next ten years. It's the culmination of work through two thousand eighteen to get which itunes involved in providing information on what they want their community to look like in the next decade, you oversaw the survey process. Five Wichita's were named to lead each of the focus areas. Emprise Bank CEO, Matt Michaela will lead the quality and place. Focus city councilman Brandon Johnson will lead strong, communities and neighborhoods. Kyle Blaisdell of concrete construction will lead the discussion. On economic prosperity Textron aviation. Stephanie harder believed lifelong learning and Cargill's. Dominic Harris will be in charge of talents this week. We spend ten minutes with Aaron Bastiaan. He's one of the co chairs of the project which you taught effort is president of fidelity Bank, a fourth generation of family leadership fidelity lead Bank.
PGA Says Jon Peters Not a Certified Producer on ‘A Star Is Born’ as Sexual Harassment Charges Resurface
"Just as film festival audiences are swooning over Bradley Cooper, celebrated romance. A star is born the film studio was having to distance itself from producer on the project. Jon Peters is a credited producer of the the star is born third remake of that. Hollywood fable. He was instrumental in making the one thousand nine hundred seventy six version which starred his then girlfriend Barbra Streisand. But with the new film in the spotlight Peter's history has come under scrutiny in the metoo era. Of course, he was a producer back in twenty eleven Los Angeles jury awarded one Peter's, former employers employees more than three point three million dollars in a harassment case. Peters said they said that Peter subjected this woman to severe and pervasive harassment and hostile or abusive work environment. They later went into an agreement that overturned that judgment. But those terms were not discussed Warner Brothers which produced and will release a star is born next month said on Tuesday. It's contractually bound to credit Peters the John Peters. Attachment to this property goes back as far as nineteen seventy six in a statement. They said legally we had to honor the contractual obligation in order to make the
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"More on that story coming up on the half hour, Stephen Ted on K n s s. Scientists are beside themselves with joy, they have accidentally created a mutant enzyme that eats plastic bottles a couple years ago, scientists discovered the enzyme at a Japanese waste dump they brought in an international team to tweak it and voila the enzyme mutated. The new enzyme takes just a few days to break down. Plastic. Not the lead researcher says that thanks to the mutant enzyme. There will not be in need to drill oil to make more plastic because the plastic we already have can be recycled back into its original components. If that happens, can you imagine the result liberals can stop making laws to ban plastic straws in restaurants stores can give customers plastic bags again. You can buy bottled water without the environmentalist wackos complaining about what's in landfills. Plastic will be in again. Which is why I have a prediction of my own. It'll never happen because liberals don't really want to solve problems. They just wanna complain about problems and blame America for problems of the last thing they want to do a solve anything because America can't improve. So just watch environmentalists will accuse the new mutant enzyme of causing global warming or wiping out endangered species are hurting polar bears. Mark my words. It will not be marketed as a solution. Alternately doesn't end there. Join rush today at eleven. Did you know that over ninety percents of male enhancement pills are virtually the same thing that's repackaged redone over and over again, why settle for the same old product. When you get something completely different something that takes male enhancement into the twenty first century, something that really works men, you need.
U.S. trade deficit rises to five-month high on declining exports
"Tomorrow's high seventy seven now cloudy sky, we've got to south bend at six miles per hour. And seventy four degrees at man Jackson. Still has a great selection of hats to finish out. The summer weather will be with us for a while. And the right hat can keep you soften and half. Man. Jackson be fitted for the best hat or you at the clock tower in Delano hat band. Jack's six zero one west Douglas stocks are starting off September in the red. Dow finished down twelve points at twenty five thousand nine fifty two. The NASDAQ composite down eighteen at eight thousand ninety one the S and P five hundred down five
Facebook moves to rate users on trustworthiness: report
"Facebook is, apparently scoring how trustworthy you are. The social, network trying to, fight fake news now rating users credibility according to a report in the Washington. Post which says the system was, developed over the past year. Facebook has relied on users to report problems with content but product manager Tess alliance says it's not uncommon for someone to falsely report an item is being untrue because they disagreed with the story orcas they want to target someone now some of those frequent flagger will themselves be. Monitored lions, also saying the rating on a scale from zero to one is just one measurement among thousands of behavioral clues Facebook. Takes into account as it tries to ferret. Out
Woman says surgeon removed kidney by mistake in botched operation
"The Sedgwick county zoo is the number one, tourist attraction in Kansas zoo director Dr Jeff f. Ling tells Kano says to us most of that support comes within the community are high point. In two thousand sixteen when the new elephant exhibit open was seven, hundred ten thousand we average about five hundred eighty five hundred. Eighty one thousand guests which is about ninety two percent of our metropolitan statistical area Moses would love to have that kind of attendance
Biden to Trump: If you think revoking Brennan's clearance will silence him, 'you just don't know the man'
"Former vice president Joe Biden lashing out at President. Trump for revoking former CIA chief John, Brennan security clearance, former vice, president Joe Biden reported to be under doctor's. Orders not to travel because of a health issue but that didn't stop him from sending a tweet condemning. President Trump's decision to revoke the security clearance former CIA director John Brennan Brennan Biden work together during the Obama administration so Biden's. Tweeting John Brennan has never been afraid to, speak up and give it to you. Straight revoking his security clearances and act unbecoming of a president President Trump making The. Move saying Brennan has a, history of, credibility issues Brennan's. Been highly critical of the current
Trump administration sued over Arkansas' Medicaid work requirements
"A lawsuit has been filed this over a new Medicaid, requirement in Arkansas. Three people on Arkansas's expanded Medicaid program suing to prevent the state from. Enforcing its new requirement that would drop coverage for them. And thousands of others if they don't have. A job the state said last month more than five thousand people. On the expansion program didn't meet a requirement that they report at least eighty. Hours of work in June and July and. Face losing coverage if they fail to comply before the end of the month Arkansas was the first day to implement a Medicaid. Work requirement in June a federal judge blocked Kentucky for enforcing a similar
Neil Diamond Thanks Colorado Firefighters With Private Concert
"At eight, miles per hour sixteen now Stephen Ted sixty three degrees It feels pretty, nice out there this morning compared to what. We've had for, most of the summer Today, is Tuesday July thirty first last day of July. Rain and some storms across central Kansas Monday? Night which is high temperature yesterday was seventy eight degrees do you believe, that normal highs ninety three and yesterday Wichita, recorded just over nine tenths of. An inch of precipitation which is pretty good just, under an inch but. That's that's pretty good rainfall one day on this date in nineteen seventy two democratic vice presidential candidate. Thomas Eagleton withdrew from the ticket with George McGovern following disclosures that Eagleton had once undergone psychiatric treatment Ted do you think that would push push somebody off the tickets today Yeah Thomas Eagleton was from Missouri. Senator And I just a few years ago this was. After he after all this transpired I don't. Know ten fifteen twenty years ago I was going through Kansas City and listening. To talk radio in the afternoon I think it was k. NBC up, there and they. Had him on, oh my goodness first of all you noticed notice demand. Has the most beautiful deep voice you've, earned your life just a year the voice at you and. I would die that you know and the. Other thing is answered these questions there was an absolute how a brilliant about this. Guy he is or was smart He would've made an excellent vice president probably in Exeter lakes and, the president but. He was a, smart smart guy I don't know if he's still alive. But yeah I listen to that talk, show and I was just we're driving to the royals game. Or something and I said I can't turn. This off it was incredible the questions weren't that great but the answers were super Interesting man. Will usually the. Smartest guy in the room, is not elected that's right Bill Bradley is brilliant a person can get he never got anywhere running. For president Keep running the names out there some of the smartest people you've ever seen. Never can get any. Traction when it comes. To running for president with Alexander Hamilton Yeah you can start with them All right well that's. Not, the way. Politics is. Played well it's not it's different a great story, out of. Coming, out of Lawrence Kansas today Ted and it's it's. One of these that reminded jed now we're. Talking about it a while ago Kenan reminded me. Of, foghorn. Leghorn in the cartoons okay Kansas dog is credited before batting a young hawk out of the air to save his owners chickens the Lawrence journal world reports Taylor in Keighley Petrin or having dinner Sunday evening. There Lawrence home in their dog Cooper saw the hawks Shuping in. For some dinner of its own the rep tour had apparently been eyeing the thirteen chickens all. Day and the dog was ready when the, hawk finally made its, move Cooper smacked the Hawk. Down ordered it without injuring it tater Petrin says. He grabbed the bird right away it, was scared and dazed of course says he released it into a neighbor's yard. And, the hawk just flew away Isn't that. Something Cooper is a one hundred ten pound Anatolian. Shepherd great Pyrenees. Mix whose, owner says, gets along with chickens really well he's doing, it all just to impress miss Chrissy It's reminded foghorn Leghorn and that dog going around and around such. Grief he gave that Doug Singer, Neil diamond has given an unexpected performance for firefighters battling a blaze near his Colorado home oh seventy seven year old rock and Roll Hall of Famer took to the stage Friday night to play sweet Caroline for dozens of. Firefighters gathered at the command post for fire burning your best baseball best in central, Florida Colorado she's me video of the event shows diamond who retired from touring earlier this, year thanking, firefighters, for the average to, save his. Community and giving him a little? Free, content but that yes great star power there Neil diamond didn't he come. Through Wichita tour yeah I think you, might have we're getting ready to get back to school in mid August here just a, couple of, weeks, talk to my my, daughter last. Night and she's of course she's? Got The. Her kids are in in going to go to return to school as my other grandchildren derby or He hasn't been by to pick up all those supplies yet You know the end to, go to target or WalMart liberal you see in every. Store it's a big list out there and just check off you gotta get exactly the right things or what Or the I don't. Know the school Nazis will come and get you You always they just want exactly the right, thing I don't know if you, ever seen, that list is, very specific but in most cases it. Is I guess the. Hand cleaners. You, can get, whatever hand cleaner cleaner you've gotta have tissue that's Bs well right now if mom, and dad don't, bring it the teacher's going to have to buy, it then you know that's the way I look at it Could. We get by with like three or four centimeters instead of let you do to show up and you have a pencil with that's it. You got a pencil you might wanna bring that. Big chief tablet we'll get you. Clear through high school almost if you know what you're doing right the Wichita board of education is taking a, look at a proposed budget for the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen school year the draft form. Over you pigs spending at six hundred eighty six million dollars about forty, three million dollars higher than last year's. Final, budget school board is looking at a longer school. Year higher pay for teachers and substitute somehow plan shows spending increases, in most areas and would lower, the district, property tax mill, Levy by a fraction the board plans. To hold a public. Hearing at. Adopt, the budget, on August twenty seven when you talk about lowering that a mill Levy or something, like that I, just the thought he hits me yeah You're talking about there and some, state money coming in well that's just the local hoping for they're hoping for some statement. Against the state money which which should help them out so even though? That hasn't been resolved in the courts. Yet Well still the legislature has been put little more money. In, their mid August that's coming up what else we got gone on oh later on this morning an hour from now. We'll talk with Stacey Cathcart as we do almost every year Remember the, convoy, of hope that they do, every year the, church does every year they give all these free services amazing annual yeah this is just one of my favorites say she's going to, be? With, us at seven ten and then at eight ten what we got an. Eight ten FOX's. Jeff but also is going to. Talk, about the lawsuit down, in Missouri at the. Duck duck boat eight hundred billion dollar lawsuit filed yet right So Jeff going to talk with us. About that and then. Right, after. That gosh I hope people you should say around in. That eight o'clock Eric is right after that we got Mitch. Oldest coming. On, we'll find out the latest from chiefs. Training camp at eight fifteen this morning's does sure, you hear two hours from, now, we're gonna jam packed with, information and everything, is very useful information into entertaining as well and you heard about the dog and the chicken hawk today that's right at two oh, doggy On six seventeen coming up on six eighteen. Now Stephen Ted let's check leadoff sports now Ted Wilbur.
Las Vegas Shooting Victims Speak Out Against MGM Lawsuit Against Them
"Hey news now I'm. Dan O'Neill victims of the Las Vegas shooting speaking out telling stories of the horrific day and. Slamming the MGM resort for suing them and GM says. They're trying to keep victim cases in federal court for convenience and, speed sake but victim. Attorneys say any, lawsuits belong in state court MGM, says they're not liable because of an act implemented after nine eleven that shields them but victim attorney Mark Robinson says for. MGM declared the shooting was unforeseeable is ally type of. Thing. Happened three years before November twenty nine, thousand fourteen person in their hotel his name with Dunbar high-powered rifles. Equipped with skull position yeah the silencer MGM says in a, statement their employees saw dunbar's weapons and. Called authorities in last, year's, shooting Stephen paddock went to great lengths to hide weapons and intent and that they are not comparable incidents just Rosenthal Fox News, tomorrow the Wichita city council will sit for a workshop mayor Jeff Longwell tells Cain s s. news most of our discussion. Right now obviously revolves around the budget the council working. Really, hard to figure out weekend shuffle some, finances and not have any cats with libraries arts and all of. Those while made his comments during the Mondays with the mayor, segment on the Stephen Ted show here. On Oppa John a want his company back John Schneider resigned as chairman of Papa. John's after admitting to using a. Racial slur on a conference call, schnatter, has since cold, his resignation a mistake now Papa, John's is worried. That schnatter will try to take over the company the. Board of directors has approved a so called poison. Pill provisions aimed at preventing schnatter. From gaining more. Control of Papa John's schnatter who founded the chain in, nineteen Eighty-four and his associates currently own. Thirty percent of Papa John's shares carols Zimmer Fox News our. Forecast calling for partly cloudy skies overnight lows seventy-one mostly sunny on Tuesday with daytime highs near Ninety-one mostly, clear tomorrow night sixty seven for an overnight low.
Twelve Year, Seventy Six Degrees and Seventeen Year discussed on Steve and Ted
"Plans to appeal and notes other awards grant by this cord had been reversed it says decades of studies show it's tau given a baby powder to be safe tom reghati fox news now let's take a look at the forecast with staff meteorologist dan holiday good morning dan good morning it's been awhile since we've seen the chance of rain in our forecast and finally it's starting to emerge as we head into the weekend we will quickly warm up this morning close to ninety or so by noontime ninety eight sunny and hot this afternoon scattered thunderstorms developed tonight and overnight to seventy six and a few storms likely saturday tomorrow's high ninety seven i'm cayenne s media will just an holiday no partly cloudy we've got a south wind at thirteen miles per hour and seventy six degrees even ten in the morning here on friday july thirteenth officials say twelve year old kentucky girl tried to kill her fouryearold stepbrother because she believed her mother loved the boy more sound like the smothers brothers comedy routine ted a christian county sheriff's report said the girl was charged with attempted murder in oak grove the report said the mother was looking through the girls skype messages and saw that she told someone he was going to poison the younger child with a cleaning product which are the younger child was sick recently so the mother asked her about it officials say the girl admitted putting the cleaner in the boys water and making him drink it to poison in because the mother loved him more girl later told police she did it because the boy was annoying her the girl was taken to a hospital for evaluation twelve year old girl aches twelve years old and she's cooking up this kind of stuff attempted murder that to keep an eye on that kid that doesn't sound good police in massachusetts say three men seen on a social media video blowing marijuana smoke in a goat's face and laughing i've been charged with animal cruelty taunton police chief edward wash says his department was notified about the video which shows the man removing the goat from its outdoor pen and putting a chain around its neck the video later shows two of the men blowing marijuana smoke in the goats face in one man sitting on its back the goto is named lilac and is now in the custody of local animal control officials expected to be okay i would imagine that a little bear wanna smoke blown in it in a goat's faces not going to have a whole lot of impact goat might feel a little giddy you wouldn't think but apparently some people say that's not the way you treat animals you know blowing smoke in their face because we know people who do a lot worse than that when it comes to animals six thirty four now stephen did coming up on six thirty five plans for what we're doing today here in stephen you're on a friday the thirteenth friday the thirteenth coming up in the eight o'clock hour this morning we'll talk with the again second of our series of talks with gubernatorial candidates today we have a democrat candidate jack bergerson is going to be with us you'll jack is a seventeen year old going to be a senior at independent school he's the guy the first younger guy who got into this he's not going to be old enough to vote but he is running for governor we're gonna have jacqueline this morning all right and you might find out he's he's a little more the thoughtful and serious in what you might think so we're going to talk with jackie sporting and see what his his story is and we have been offering say you know some time with stephen ted to all the candidates out there the.
Ge, Stephen Ted and Walgreens discussed on Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie
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U.S. Rep Moran to discuss election interference during Russia trip
"Kansas state officials say fiscal year in tax receipts came in at three hundred eighteen million dollars above projections kansas department of revenue monday released a report showing that fiscal year end tax receipts were one point two billion dollars above the previous fiscal year department of revenue secretary sam williams says tax receipts were above expectations for every month during the fiscal year ended june thirtieth the agency says receipts were especially strong in june when receipts were one hundred forty four million more than projected van o'neil k nss news us senator jerry moran says he plans to discuss the election interference during an upcoming trip to russia with a small group of republican lawmakers we get more from key i ns bradley jepson marine also will be visiting norway finland during the senate's holiday break visit to russia occurs ahead of a planned july sixteenth meeting between russian president vladimir putin in president donald trump in helsinki trump has repeatedly cast doubt on the consensus of the us intelligence community that russia work to influence the twenty sixteen election but moran said thursday that the evidence he seen from the multiple investigations is that russia interfered with the elections in the us the kansas republican says he also believes russia interfered with elections in france and germany which atop fireworks ordinance prohibits displays that go more than six feet off the ground wichita mayor jeff wrong well tells us firecrackers are okay just the really tall stuff stuff that does high incomes down and you know what people are worried about or the burning embers coming down on property and starting fires longwell commented during monday's at the mayor and the stephen ted show here on cayenne s s plenty of heat and plenty of humidity in wichita today we'll be in the upper nineties around one hundred clear and warm overnight carlos seventyfive and hot again for the fourth of july we're not seeing any rain in the forecast for all the activities outdoor or for fireworks tomorrow night or high tomorrow ninetysix i'm cayenne s s meteorologist dan holiday right now sunny and ninety four k ns asked us now i'm steve boyer wichitas number one talk is cayenne s s now the sean hannity show president trump gives every indication by what he says that he's mean as a wolverine but if he gets replaced by hardline social conservative and the democratic leadership will have held a pay maxine waters on the air as your face.