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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:12 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Something called the Asian Giant Hornet, which you may have also heard called the Murder Hornet. More on that in a minute. Whenever they find a beehive. They will slaughter all the bees go inside the bee hive and then rip out the pupil on rip out the B larva, and then they will fly that back to their own young and feed that to their young I mean, I know nature is violent, but that's like horror movie violent. It is total horror movie violence, and it's not like the bees are able TTO mount a defense because our western honeybee are totally helpless against this predator. Scientists think the Hornets hitched a ride over to North America on a cargo ship and Chris Loony is hoping they don't get too comfortable here, and they have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Loony is an entomologist in charge of exotic pests at the Washington State Department of Agriculture, Their jaw can actually take a chunk of flesh out of a of a human body. I mean, if they bite you, they can take a little dividend of skin out. They use those jobs most of the time for for mashing up other bugs and turning them into the meat. Walls that they take back to feed their larvae. I guess you'd be hard pressed to decide which you're more worried about. If one lands on you, you're gonna bite me or sting me with five confirmed Hornets found in Washington state. Loony and his colleagues are trying to figure out how to spot the Hornets underground nests and eradicate them before they start reproducing in large numbers were experimenting right now, with infrared cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground. The nest will stay at about 87 to 90 F. So in the cool Pacific Northwest mornings, they should stand out to some degree. We are in talks right now, with researchers at University of Washington to see if we might be able to use radio transmitters or radio tags as a way to follow them back to their nest. Yes, you heard that right? These hornets are so large up to 2.5 inches long. That you can actually attach a radio transmitter to them. To eradicate the hives. Loony and his colleagues will have to wear special Hornet proof suits because the Hornet stingers are so long they can sting through regular be suits. This is great. It will protect us from being stung, but you can imagine it's really hard to maneuver in this first, though. We have to find them. So they've enlisted the help of regular folks. Citizen scientists. This is trapped, 15 35 like Emily Neely of Burian Washington to make traps with orange juice and rice wine and hang them in their backyards, then report what they find. Washington, officials say. If you live in the state, and you see a giant hornet, you should take a picture of it on your phone and submit it but otherwise leave the insect alone. Lest you end up like one of the people on this Japanese reality show. On the subject of Japan. The nickname Murder Hornets appears to have come from a possible miss translation from Japanese, which went viral after it was used in a New York Times article. If you talked to Chris Loony or any other scientists, though, they'll tell you they're not really fans of the name murder. Horner doesn't work for a couple of reasons. One of them it exaggerates the human health risk. These are human health risk. Like, Like I said, We don't want to be stung by one. If you're allergic to one, obviously, that could be really dangerous. And even if you're not allergic Multiple stings certainly can lead Tio Tito being hospitalized and sometimes rarely even death. But it turns out it's not that many people that die from this any given year in the places where it's native. Fall brings the giant Hornets mating season to the Pacific Northwest and Ted McFall is doing everything he can to protect his remaining honeybees. Toe. Think that there's this terrible creature that's in the woods is going to come out and attack him in any day. So I feel like it's a bit of a race for us to find them and find their nest and destroy them before they destroy our honeybees. What's happening? He's experimenting with different kinds of bait. This one that I'm trying is cat food checks on his hives regularly, so all these frames are going to be full of honey in the next few weeks. And as an absolute last resort. He's even stashed one of his daughter's tennis racquets in the bag near his traps, You know, back in high school. I had a pretty good serve, and I haven't played tennis since then. But Yeah, that's ah, That's the way that I may I may decide to fight the Hornets.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The successful mission could clear the way for tourist flights as soon as next year. Thanks for flying space. Sick CBS News Update. I'm Wendy Gillette CASE. CBS News Time Now is 5 32 It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant Hornets. That's worrying scientists in Washington state. CBS News correspondent Steve Ethan has the story. The Asian Giant Hornet, also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is trapped, 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine. But they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Steve Case, Ethan CBS News and some Bugs are getting powerful names down under CBS News correspondent Pam Coulter has that even insects Khun B. Superheroes, you might call these super fly. Australian scientists have given five fly species names that paid tribute to the Marvel Comic Universe. One his name for the anti hero Deadpool, another for superhero creator Stanley. The others are Thor Loki and black widow. No Spider man, possibly because spiders are known to eat flies. Pam.

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What you need to know about 'murder hornets'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last month

What you need to know about 'murder hornets'

"Asian giant Hornet also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is trapped, 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine. But they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Steve

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:46 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS News is deep cave and has the story The Asian Giant Hornet also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizen. This is trapped. 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone have one of the more painful stings. Steve Caven CBS News Rich people across the world are spending millions buying citizenships in country with lower rates of the Corona virus. New Zealand says 80,000 Americans have asked for it about a 65% jump from the same time last year. Lisa Matteo CBS News I hit 705 at the Bay Area's news station, CBS. We've got some clouds expected tonight. Overnight lows will be in the fifties. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. California became the first state to confirm more than 1/2 a 1,000,000 corona virus cases this week, July SOM war, new infections and deaths than any other month since the pandemic began, Chronicle data shows. More than half of the state's total cases were reported in July. And it was more than double the previous months record in June. Some 3137 Californians have died from covert 19 in July. That's a 64% increase compared to June. The Bay Area. There were also new infections and deaths reaching new highs in July 27,247 new cases were reported in July. That is a 132% jump compared with the previous high in June and in the Bay Area. Some 239 Bay Area residents have died from the virus in June, a 77% increase compared to the previous month. Senate Clark County reached a record number of Corona virus cases today, 410 that far exceeds the county's previous high. On July 20th of 339 Senate Carr counties. Total number of cases is now at 10,321. San Mateo County. The number of Corona virus cases have also been increasing. And because it's been on the state's covered 19 monitoring list for more than three days, certain business sectors will be forced to close operation starting tomorrow. County, though, says it is still in discussions with the state about its status on the monitoring list. Jim's places of worship here, and nail salons and malls will be closing again tomorrow unless the businesses can be modified to operate outdoors. With Cove in 19 cases exploding in the state, a growing number of counties in the Bay Area planning to start cracking down on health violators. Dr Desmond Carson with lifelong medical care in Contra Costa County. Makes his case for wearing a mask if we don't get serious Ashes ashes. We all fall. Their counties, including Contra Costa and cinema, say they're going to start cracking down with stiff civil penalties since the shelter in place started in March. A PX five reports counties have not really been issuing citations. Alameda County with more than 4500 complaints issued only three citations, San Mateo County Sheriff's Office says. It's written four citations. So while police gave out six After Carson says it's time to start enforcing the law before the virus spread gets even worse. Dozens of residents of western Marin County gathered for a rally in protest today and support of the Black Lives matter Movement KCBS Jeffrey Shop reports. These events are not simply found in larger communities but can be homegrown as well. The protesters held up signs along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, calling for an end to racial disparity, discrimination and police confrontation. This is driver's passing by honk their horns in support. Emma Newman organized the roadside rally and explains how it all began The memorial out here for some of the victims of police killings and violence, and that memorial was damaged and consistently run over. She wants to see the black lives matter movement remain in the public's consciousness. I think that a good example that Cheers of mine have been using is that our social media feeds are like quote back to normal. So this moving against that trying to stay educated, stay informed about local issues and going out and supporting events like this in Western Marin County, Jeffrey shall becase CBS and just ahead on KCBS. I'm Jennifer Hodges what the latest report shows about consumer spending and the effect the pandemic is having a lot of it really has to do with confidence. It's seven awaiting KCBS 1st 4 traffic..

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:39 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"CBS News is deep Kate and has the story The Asian Giant Hornet, also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is track 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings. Steve Caven CBS News Rich people across the world are spending millions buying citizenships in country with lower rates of the Corona virus. New Zealand says 80,000 Americans have asked for it about a 65% jump from the same time last year. Listen, Matteo, CBS several local foods marriageable familia, cm Breslin, her part. Whatever the Montagnard, either me or the baby, and then at the least you'll say, reference. Can't actually that's corn oysters provoked. Those records are lost those Travis Jones that's called a master and mistress product. That's England. Pinto. Come see innocent face. We're going Instagram in Aurora left foot left foot. But they're easily must by its Jamie Progressive number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee, It's me, Jamie, This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool..

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:47 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant hornets that's wearing scientists in Washington state. The Asian giant Hornet, also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is trapped. 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone have one of the more painful stings. Steve Caven, CBS News And Lena Dunham is a Corona virus survivor The girls creator wrote about her experience on Instagram. She says she's experienced serious symptoms for about three weeks, and she bent those in isolation. I'm Lisa Matteo. CBS News, Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station. K a next 10. 70 news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Nathan Roberts in our top local story is at 305 There are reports of AH party at a closed bar in Hollywood and the sheriff's department may be involved. The death toll in the number of hospitalizations continues to rise in L, a county but first traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives, and here's Tim Green would kind of go by direction. A little west of here. There's a thing called the 405 and north on the 405 Is where we had a big blockage with a multiple car crash. Now we're down to just the two right lanes slow from Manchester South bound. Things are a little slow as you leave the 10 but improving greatly all those north bound cars that were jammed up. Are now jamming up north bound over supposed to pass, but I believe they will make it through and do okay. Five north bound through the east l a interchange up to the 7 10 things are improving as well. Our motorcycle crash continues. PCH at the Malibu Pier one car one motorcycle north bound. All lanes have been blocked for some time. South bound, either two or one lanes have been blocked things. They're slow from the MacLaurin Tunnel all through Malibu Canyon Road Fire above the city of Azusa has San Gabriel Canyon Road Highway 39 closed north of the city of Azusa to fight the fire through Monday. Don't go there, They'll turn you around and you're just taken fireman away from fighting the fire. Cajon pass is really hard to get to because of road repair and a crash on the north fit. 18. So stay on the 2 10 and take the 2 15 North bound to get on to the past and on up toward Victor Ville. Next traffic report. 3 15 I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:34 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"With emotion, so we're very thankful. Girl's mother has reportedly said she's happy to have her daughter home. She was released into her mother's custody pending appeal of a further order by the appeals court. It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant hornets that's worrying scientists in Washington state. The Asian giant Hornet, also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is trapped, 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine. But they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Steve CASE Ethan CBS News Indian Police say they've arrested 25 people on suspicion of selling tank it alcohol. They killed at least 69 people this week in northern Punjab state. A state government report says Six police officers and seven other government officials have been suspended from duty for failure to prevent the sale of tainted liquor as a magistrate began a probe into the deaths. Police say 69 deaths have been confirmed. The media reports put that number at 86 deaths from illegally brewed alcohol are common in India, where the poor cannot afford license brands from government run shops. It's estimated that covered 19 has put at least 20,000 restaurants out of business. In this country. One well known owner offers some thoughts on how the rest will survive. Danny Meyer is the man behind a group of New York restaurants, which went from more than $100 million in revenue in 2019 to 0 overnight. But he's also worried how the Corona virus is hitting the nation's 660,000 eateries. Our industry employs more people. In the auto industry and airline industry's combined, so he's thinking a lot about how restaurants will operate. When life gets back to normal. You see a lot less attitude at front doors. A lot less small talk around the table. Is the lady still working on her salmon? Stop it because there is the food and Mohr Hospitality is something that human beings need to give and need to receive that Piper CBS News We'll check the latest in sports after the top trending stories. It's all next news time. 3 44 There are so many.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Make sure you are planning ahead with that mash transit other than that is OK. Next update in less than 10 minutes. I'm Kyrie Moses in the k y w 24 hour traffic center. Check on NBC 11th Lord Weather Increasing clouds with Santa Noon tonight Mostly cloudy, McGee. Maybe a shower thunderstorm here and there. Slow down the 70 for some rain. Maybe in the morning. Then the rest of the day looks to be mostly cloudy. Hot, humid. We'll get the 93 on the thermometer on the on the feeling index. Triple digits. I am sorry. Oh, and by the way, Hurricane, Xie says. Whatever comes up here will start to feel that effect on Tuesday, the way it's looking up. 89 degrees Now in Villanova, 87 in college film, it's 89. The Acme in Bensalem. Sponsored by Acme. They are hiring Goto acme markets dot com slash careers. Sounds like something out of Ah, really bad horror flick, But it's not the Asian giant Hornet. Also known as the Murder Hornet poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers. The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is trapped, 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine. But they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Steve Case, Ethan CBS News Don't Mess with a Hornet. No, I have to tell me twice to.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It. 72 Drake it at 77. Here in Boston Sunshine and 74 degrees at 8 35 Unemployed Americans say they don't know how they'll pay their rent without the extra $600 jobless benefit they've been receiving over the past number of months on Capitol Hill. NBC's Kyra Phillips reports that there is still no deal on Mork Corona virus relief funding the GOP offering to extend those $600 payments for just another week, but Democrats refused to accept it. Calling the short term fix a stunt. Democrats put forward their own stimulus bill months ago, but Republicans on Lee came to the negotiating table this week. Republicans have proposed cutting the weekly federal benefit from 600 to $200 per week for at least a couple of months. While states work out a way to move to a system, which instead would replace 70% of the workers prior wages. It's not a plague of Locusts, but it's an invasion of giant Hornets worrying residents in Washington state. The Asian giant Hornet, also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras essentially to see if we can locate those nests in the ground, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizens. This is track 15 35 make traps with orange juice and rice wine. But they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone. They have one of the more painful stings that's known toe humankind. Steve Caven, CBS New 8 37 Tow Wall Street, now to business with Bloomberg, The out of home advertising industry is among the casualties of the pandemic. Renato Giraldo reports for Bloomberg that Billboard Cos. Expected 2020 to be a great year. They were kind of in a golden age of growth until current virus hit and growth. Was interrupted. Recent growth was driven in part by high tech digital billboards and new customers such as weed dispensaries. But when Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings and Outfront Media post their quarterly results this month, it is expected profits will be down by as much as 50 per cent, with few people driving by to see the glitzy signs. Many advertisers followed people into their homes and spent more on Internet ads. Billboard Advertising will likely rebound faster than other segments of the out of home advertising industry, which also includes airport in transit as people are turning to drive again, where they're not taking the subway or sitting in a bus. I'm Jeff Bollinger Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's news radio coming up at 8 46 the Registry of.

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Washington state captures "murder hornets"

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:41 sec | Last month

Washington state captures "murder hornets"

"It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant hornets. That's worrying scientists in Washington state. CBS news correspondent Steve K. Thin as a story the Asian Giant Hornet also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizen. This is trapped. 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone have one of the more painful stings.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:13 min | Last month

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's not a plague of Locusts, but an invasion of giant hornets. That's worrying scientists in Washington state. CBS news correspondent Steve K. Thin as a story the Asian Giant Hornet also known as the Murder Hornet, poses a big threat to the beekeepers. Washington State They slaughtered Ted McFalls colonies. They killed all the workers, The drones, the queen, so state scientists like Chris Looney are hunting them down. We're experimenting right now with infrared. Cameras, and they've enlisted the help of regular citizen. This is trapped. 15 35 well make traps with orange juice and rice wine, but they are only to take photos and otherwise leave the Hornets alone have one of the more painful stings. Steve Caven, CBS News and Endangered Florida Panther has died after being struck by a vehicle in that state. It's the 13th Panther to die in a car collision this year. Her habitat is mostly confined to a small area and only 200 remain in the wild. I'm Cami McCormick, CBS New This's Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station, K annexed in 70 news radio. Good morning. I'm Mark Austin Thomas. Our top local stories at three or five Three possible arson fires in Riverside County merged into two while forcing evacuations and burning more than 1700 acres of Bush. Hermosa Beach will find people $100. They don't wear a mask in public. We'll take a look at those stories coming up in just a moment. First traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives at 305 Tanya Compost on the sand found five at the 1 70 CHP has all lanes stopped right now. Fire department was blocking the right two lanes is for a Vehicle and hit the right shoulder Guard rail and is facing the wrong way right shoulders. They're working on getting that out of lanes as soon as possible to 10 East just before a tuna canyon. There's a trailer on fire that is on the right shoulder, and there's a little spot is slowing, but it is not blocking lanes. Fire Department. They block that right lane when they show up five north before Atlantic. We've got a vehicle in the fast lane. It's blocking the left lane. Apparently, this was a hit and run crash of a big rig. Might have hit this car and kept on moving so that car is blocking Elaine. Full freeway closure downtown. Wanna one south from 10 to 7 Street? We've also got roadwork on the eastbound 10 in Covina from Via Verde to the 57. The right. Two lanes are closed in Santa Ana, the five north from first Street to the 20 to the carpool and left. Three lanes are closed and we've got a full freeway closure and Fountain Valley for five north at Euclid next reported, 3 15 I'm Tanya Compass, with more traffic reports more often can extend 70 news radio. Well, today's the last day of our many heat wave, So just guess grin and Barrett is going to be sunny is going to be hot highs from the mid seventies to around 80 degrees with water mid eighties into the mid nineties inland Saturday night, clear skies For the most part, we'll get some low clouds and fog overnight lows in the low to mid sixties and Sunday starts to go down slightly. We'll have hives from the mid to upper seventies of the beaches mid eighties, too, near 90 degrees inland. And then by Monday sunny skies and highs in the low to mid seventies of the beaches loaded mid eighties in the inland areas, 73 degrees right now in both Ontario and Pacoima..

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Brooklyn. We cleared an earlier stole a vehicle on the G W Bridge. Over on the upper deck. The right lane was blocked no longer the case. Another traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Five day weather forecast. Now here's our meteorologist Derek Wit. A Heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. Tomorrow for the city nearby suburbs and eastern, the Central Long Island. The heat and Exodus Hi's 105 each afternoon. Very warm and human than for tonight will come down to a love 78 later on very hot. Like I said, for tomorrow are high temperature will be 96 degrees. A record for tomorrow is actually 98 that was reached back in 1963 so getting within just a couple of degrees for that record high temperature tomorrow. Otherwise, we have sunshine, mixing with clouds tomorrow that for tomorrow night, mostly clear but will be a warm and sultry night with alot of only 81 degrees Tuesday will be still hot and even more human. It's a morning sun, but building clouds in the afternoon. What the heavy thunderstorm around later in the day and into Tuesday night, then on Tuesday afternoon, or reach a high of 93 87 degrees under fair skies in the city, it's 89 suffered 80 degrees in Rye, New York. WCBS news time made 50 so called Murder Hornets have invaded the Pacific Northwest. CBS News correspondent Luke Burbank spoke with one scientist on a mission to eradicate them before they take over Ted McFall of Custer. Washington loves his bees. He and his kids even name. Some of the Queen's. Our favorite one This year was Queen Elizabeth does, which is why it was so upsetting for him when he found one of his favorite most productive hives had.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Cross island at this other state from about exit, I'd say 22 for the Meadowbrook on your way out to about excess 16 to 15 or so. Our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes, WCBS. Now the five day weather forecast with our meteorologist Derek Wit, A Heat advisory remains in effect until 8 p.m. Tomorrow for the city nearby suburbs and eastern a central Long Island. The Heat index will be as high as 105 this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon. For tonight. Very warm and humid. Still with a lot of 78 tomorrow, like I said, will be very hot. Coming up the high of 96 degrees. The record for tomorrow's actually 98 that was reached back in 1963. So we'll make a run at that record temperature tomorrow. Otherwise tomorrow sunshine, mixing with some clouds than mostly clear, warm and sultry for tomorrow night are low temperature will be only 81. That's right. That's the overnight low temperature 81. Then for Tuesday, still hot and more human. Unfortunately, the high I'll be 93 building clouds, though in the afternoon with a heavy thunderstorm around later in the day and into Tuesday night. In Howard Beach. It's 92 degrees in the touch and also 92 here in Manhattan, 89. Under Fair skies doubly CBS News Time 6 50 So called Murder Hornets have invaded the Pacific Northwest. CBS News correspondent Luke Burbank spoke with one scientist on a mission to eradicate them before they take over Ted McFall of Custer. Washington loves his bees. He and his kids even name. Some of the Queen's. Our favorite one This year was Queen Elizabeth does, which is why it was so upsetting for him when he found one of his favorite most productive hives had been slaughtered. That particular colony had a good 60,000 bees in it likely culprit. Something called the Asian Giant Hornet,.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The through the way the Thruway I should say heading toward the Tappan Zee watch out past the Palisades for extra traffic. Max of 13. Down to the rich are next traffic Update Lesson. 10 minutes at WCBS. Now the five day weather forecast with our meteorologist Derek Wit, a heat advisory remains in effect until 8 p.m. Tomorrow for the city nearby suburbs and eastern a central Long Island. The Heat index will be as high as 105 this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon for tonight, very warm and humid. Still, with a low of 78 tomorrow, like I said, will be very hot, coming up the high of 96 degrees. A record for tomorrow's actually 98 that was reached back in 1963. So we'll make a run at that record temperature tomorrow. Otherwise tomorrow sunshine, mixing with some clouds than mostly clear, warm and sultry for tomorrow night are low temperature will be only 81. That's right. That's the overnight low temperature 81. For Tuesday, still hot and more human. Unfortunately, the high I'll be 93 building clouds, though in the afternoon with a heavy thunderstorm around later in the day and into Tuesday night at Newark Airport. It's 93 degrees in Piscataway. It's 90 White Plains checks in at 89 it's 89 here in Manhattan. WCBS news time for 50 So called murder Hornets have invaded the Pacific Northwest. CBS News correspondent Luke Burbank spoke with one scientist on a mission to eradicate them before they take over Ted McFall of Custer. Washington loves his bees. He and his kids even name some of the Queen's. Our favorite one This year was Queen Elizabeth does, which is why it was so upsetting for him when he found one of his favorite, most productive hives had.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Show. On the subject of Japan. The nickname Murder Hornets appears to have come from a possible miss translation from Japanese, which went viral after it was used in a New York Times article. If you talked to Chris, Loony or any other scientists, though, they'll tell you they're not really fans of the name murder. Horner doesn't work for a couple of reasons. One of them it exaggerates the human health risk. These are human health risk lick. And like I said, We don't want to be stung by one. If you're allergic to one, obviously, that could be really dangerous. And even if you're not allergic Multiple stings certainly can lead Tio Nitto being hospitalized and sometimes rarely even death. But it turns out it's not that many people that die from this any given year in the places where it's native. Fall brings the giant Hornets mating season to the Pacific Northwest and Ted McFall is doing everything he can to protect his remaining honeybees. Toe. Think that there's this terrible creature that's in the woods is going to come out and attack him in any day. So I feel like it's a bit of a race for us to find them and find their nest and destroy them before they destroy our honeybees. What's happening? He's experimenting with different kinds of bait. This one that I'm trying is cat food checks on his hives regularly, so all these frames were going to be full of honey in the next few weeks. And as an absolute last resort. He's even stashed one of his daughter's tennis racquets in the bag near his traps, You know, back in high school. I had a pretty good serve, and I haven't played tennis since then. But Yeah, that's ah, That's the way that I may I may decide to fight the Hornets this way..

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KTRH

"Fear about these creatures enormous curves stingers and powerful venom make the horn is uniquely dangerous to humans investissement arena or Vestas Bender renea is what's called vespers mandarina native to forests and low altitude mountains in eastern and southeastern Asia but troubling evidence suggests that the Hornet is beginning to make some headway here in North America starting here in the Pacific Northwest and now entomologists are racing against the clock to learn how widespread the invaders are here in the United States and to isolate and destroy invasive populations before the horns become so numerous they settle in for good the Washington state department of culture verified to sightings of Asian giant Hornet early December twenty nineteen watches that university inside reported on April sixth that is really are found of course a guy by the name of Ted McFall actually made news when he found them near his hive in Washington state actually berry called Blaine wash me here's a clip from NBC news sicker in the honey combs they were dead bees over the front of the hive all over the bottom board and they all had had all been chopped to bits there are decapitated beekeeper Ted McFall says he went to check on a hive one morning in November and found an entire colony destroyed sixty thousand honey bees torn apart in a savage attack about a month later the alleged attacker was revealed this Asian giant Hornet found in Blaine Washington just a couple miles from it falls property it only takes a couple dozen of the Asian giant wants to show up and start walking off that dubbed the murder Hornet for its powerful staying in the way it decapitates its prey this is the first time the world's largest Hornet has been seen in the US it it's made of Asia Best Buy mandarina is victorious.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:31 min | 5 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on KTRH

"Plant based meats at seventeen hundred locations our next update at eleven o'clock breaking information as it happens that would start for board ground zero I'm Erik sharbat Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. I here are the top John Mellencamp songs that you found out number three small town number two so go number one Jack and Diane hear more from John Mellencamp and similar artists now search for John Mellencamp on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations home free our yard radio zero the Tom Bongiovi songs that you've found the number three the name number two one one in your life number one Livin on a prayer hear more from Bon Jovi in similar artists now search for Bon Jovi on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free during what are you doing up here Sacramento's guys putting out these traps transfer one H. mais vis a vis Diller visa this is the advance guard of the task force please confirm with my swing the signal their strategy to one another they swore the phone is in golf by hundreds of bees but they don't scan the intruder instead they all begin to fight gradually raising temperature seventeen degrees Fahrenheit killer bees they're on their way Bob about years beekeeper Ted McFall says he went to check on a high wind warning in November impounded the tire call would be destroyed sixty thousand honey bees for the party to savage attack these were the first of the five they all had had all been chopped capitated five years ago I lost thirty thousand just watched tomorrow shortage of volunteers shortage of.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Or what humans fear about these creatures enormous curbs stingers and powerful venom make the horn is uniquely dangerous to humans investissement arena or Vestas Bender media is what's called vespers mandarina natives of forests and low altitude mountains in eastern and southeastern Asia but troubling evidence suggests that the Hornet is beginning to make some headway here in North America starting here in the Pacific Northwest and now entomologists are racing against the clock to learn how widespread the invaders are here in the United States and to isolate and destroy invasive populations before the horns become so numerous they settle in for good the Washington state department of culture verified to sightings of Asian giant Hornet early December twenty nineteen watches that university inside reported on April sixth that is really are found of course a guy by the name of Ted McFall actually made news when he found them near his hive in Washington state actually berry called Blaine wash me here's a clip from NBC news sicker in the honey cones they were dead bees over the front of the hive all over the bottom board and they all had had all been choppy bits there are decapitated beekeeper Ted McFall says he went to check on a hive one morning in November and found an entire colony destroyed sixty thousand honey bees torn apart in a savage attack about a month later the alleged attacker was revealed this Asian giant Hornet found in Blaine Washington just a couple miles from it falls property it only takes a couple dozen of the Asian giant wants to show up and start walking off that dubbed the murder Hornet for its powerful staying in the way it decapitates its prey this is the first time the world's largest Hornet has been seen in the US in its native Asia best but Mandarin yeah is the toria.

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"ted mcfalls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"ted mcfalls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"They don't stay in the intruder instead all begin to fight Ragin reason temperature seven killer bees they're on their way bothered about it years beekeeper Ted McFall says he went to check on a high wind warning in November echo all will be destroyed sixty thousand honey bees for the party to savage attack these were the first of the what a board at all capitated five years ago I lost thirty thousand just watched shortage of volunteers no shortage of I understand okay ground zero it could be the murder or did tapping on your window like them from the horror films of the fifties the Hornets who protected watches state or more murders to developing humans in their huge orange heads and massive stingers.

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