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"terry mccreary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To talk about the issue of domestic violence and sexual assault and how the pandemic has impacted the lives of those in dangerous situations across the country. So all that and more is on the way. First up. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, a retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We both appreciate your time for this discussion, Admiral. And, of course, your service to our country. Let's start with the background on how this holiday came about. Sure, Ryan and personally thank you for allowing me to be here. You know, it really came about Armistice Day, not veteran was there and that recognized the 11th hour of the 11th Day of the 11th month of 1918. When then the Great War World War one to end it. So it was a good line is kind of a recognition of the end of that war. Kind of a year later, President Wilson proclaimed excited Chan's Armistice Day. The original concept really wasn't the holiday was more transept developed a parades, gatherings and a brief suspension of business at 11 A.m.. It wasn't made a holiday for like 20 years later in 1938. I think it wass and again. It was really primarily to recognize the end before or one. But when President Wilson talked about it, he rarely talked about the sacrifice of the soldiers and everyone who served So following or two and Torrio in 1950 before it was decided to kind of change and make it veteran's day. Gone are all who served in the in the wars Because then you have the three And I won't work too. You really had 12 million people? Yeah, uh, served and so It was changed to veterans today in 1954, and it was really designed them to honor bets for the willingness to serve and sacrifice. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary here on my heart radio or retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We're talking about Veterans Day, which is this Wednesday and let's go back in time a bit, and just talk about the progression of Veterans Day and how veterans have been viewed in this town. Tree obviously very favorable following World War two and even after the Korean War, But then when Vietnam came around, things changed, and then it reverted back to pretty much where we are now following the dull Ford talk a little bit about that progression. Yeah, I think that's true. But I think it goes all the way back even further. The World War one really. While it was kind of public, thanks. It was not much recognition or You know, from the government or our anyone? He basically got benefits of $60 in a train ticket home. Ah, and you know it was again what was recognised holiday except for armistice. Following World War two, I think was the big change and An official is well, a cz personal recognition so many families. I had people who served and went overseas for a long period of time. 12 answer. And so at the end of that war, something called the G I bill was put into effect, allowing veterans of it to come back and help them with their education. There's also something called a home loan. What's kind of guaranteed Ah, you know portion of alone for veterans so they could more easily qualified by their own home as a result of their service. And that really contributed to some of the economic boom after World War two and the housing boom because you know you had a large number of people who could take a vantage of And now qualified if I their own home. Once you get the creates pillow can people recognize their service honored their servants because they were huge, and so many citizens sailing the investment. In the defense of their country because so many people were involved. And then as you mentioned the Vietnam And it's funny. It's kind of a dichotomy here. Because what you hear about it is really the service member became entangled in the outcome of the government policy. It's a lot of people hated. Yeah, and some of that rubbed off on how trips were treated, right. I mean, Some veterans tried to actually hide the fact that they served. Because there was a certain portion of the population who crowned upon that thinking, you know, confusing the fact that You know, the person who was ordered to go overseas was, in fact, part of a policy that made it possible. So there was a lot of Ah Ah Tough kinds in terms of respect from the citizens yet at the same time It was it was, but the economy was there was a public twitch from more benefits for veterans help against Ah, Post traumatic stress. Uh, Agent Orange, uh, offer more psychological counseling and career advice. So even though we think of that now, as many of the things that everybody tries to push the day Those actually started at post Vietnam. Not medically and they are today. But it is. It's interesting, so it was a little bit of it. I come So you know, France forward today. You know, you have a lot of Ah Ah, lot of people's respect. It's an all volunteer worse now. So you have a group of people who you know, aren't pulled from the citizen Green. They have to raise your hand and say I'll do this job. And it's coming an interesting Kahn Post 9 11, particularly when America was attacked. So there is a lot of public respect. For that service, and it had that have been mentioned. Kind of increase the respect for the Veterans Day holiday for recognizing that Memorial Day through July, 4th through Veterans Day, so I think there's a You know that whole period of time. Word is in people's minds, and they're willing to. Ah Recognize the sacrifice of men and women who served Uh, Miller. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This Wednesday is Veterans Day and Admiral..

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"About the issue of domestic violence and sexual assault and how the pandemic has impacted the lives of those in dangerous situations. Across the country, so all that and more is on the way. First up. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, a retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We both appreciate your time for this discussion, Admiral. And, of course, your service to our country. Let's start with background on how this holiday came about Ryan and personally thank you for allowing me to be here. You know, it really came about his armistice day, not veteran was there and that recognized the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918. When then the great or wolf or one ended, So it was blind is kind of a recognition of the end of that war. Kind of a year Later, President Wilson proclaimed excited Chan's Armistice Day. The original concept really wasn't the holiday was more of a concept developed a parades and gatherings and a brief suspension of business at 11 A.m.. It wasn't made a holiday for like 20 years later in 1938. I think it wass and again. It was really primarily to recognize the end before or one. But when President Wilson talked about it, he's nearly talked about the sacrifice of the soldiers and everyone who served So following World War two and Korea in 1954, it was decided to kind of change and make it veteran's day. Gone Are all who served in the in the wars Because then you have the three and won't work too. You really had 12 million people. Yeah, uh, served I am so It was changed to veterans today in 1954, and it was really designed them to honor bets for the willingness to serve and sacrifice comes. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary here on my heart radio or retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We're talking about Veterans Day, which is this Wednesday and let's go back in time a bit and just talk about the progression. Veterans Day and how veterans have been viewed in this country obviously very favorable following World War two and even after the Korean War. But then when Vietnam came around, things changed, and then it reverted back to pretty much where we are now following the dull for talk a little bit about that progression. Yeah, I think that's true. But I think it goes all the way back even further. The World War. Really? While it was kind of public, thanks. There was not much recognition or You know, from the government or our anyone? He basically got benefits of $60 in a train ticket home. Ah, and you know it was again what holiday except for our armless suspect. Following World War two, I think was the big change and An official is well, a cz personal recognition so many families. I had people who served and went overseas for a long period of time. 12, sir. And so at the end of that war, something called the G I bill was put into effect allowing veterans of to come back and help them with their education. There's also something called a home loan. What's kind of guaranteed Ah, you know portion of alone for veterans so they could more easily qualified by their own home as a result of their service. And that really contributed to some of the economic gloom after World War two and in the housing boom, because you know you had a large number of people who could take advantage of And now qualified if I their own home. Once you get to create still okay? Can people recognize their service honor their service because they were huge, and so many citizens sailing the investment. In the defense of their country because so many people were involved, and then we'll get is you mentioned the Vietnam And it's funny. It's kind of economy here. Because what you hear about it is really the service member became entangled in the outcome of the government policy. It's a lot of people hated. Yeah, and some of that rubbed off on how trips were treated, right. I mean, Some veterans tried to actually hide the fact that they serve Because there was a certain portion of the population who crowned upon that thinking, you know, confusing the fact that You know, the person who was ordered to go overseas was, in fact, part of a policy that made it possible. So there was a lot of Ah Ah Tough condoms in terms of respect from the citizens yet at the same time Or was it was the economy was there was a public was from more benefits or veterans help against Ah Post traumatic stress. Uh, Agent Orange, uh, offer more psychological counseling and career. So even though we think of that now, as many of the things that everybody tries to push the day Those actually started at post Vietnam. Not medically and they are today, but it it's interesting, so it was a little bit of it. I can't So, you know, fast forward to today. You know, you have a lot of Ah Ah, lot of people's respect. It's an all volunteer worse now. So you have a group of people who you know, aren't pulled from the citizen Green. They have to raise your hand and say I'll do this job. And it's coming an interesting Kahn Post 9 11, particularly when America was attacked. So there is a lot of public respect. For that service, and it has to have mentioned Kind of increase the respect for the Veterans Day holiday for recognizing that Memorial Day through July, 4th through Veterans Day, so I think there's a You know that whole period of time. Word is in people's minds, and they're willing to. Ah Recognize the sacrifice of the men and women who served Uh, Miller. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This Wednesday is Veterans Day and Admiral..

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Plus Jane Randel, cofounder of No more will join me to talk about the issue of domestic violence and sexual assault and how the pandemic has impacted the lives of those in dangerous situations across the country. So all of that, and more is on the way. First up. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, a retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We both appreciate your time for this discussion, Admiral. And, of course, your service to our country. Let's start with the background on how this holiday came about Ryan and personally thank you for allowing me to be here. You know, it really came about our Mr Stay not Veterans Day and that recognized the 11th hour of the 11th Day of the 11th month of 1918. When then the Great War World War one to end it. So it was blind is kind of a recognition of the end of that war. Kind of a year later, President Wilson proclaimed Excite Chan's Armistice Day. The original concept really wasn't the holiday. It was more of a concept developed a parades and gatherings and a brief suspension of business at 11 am It wasn't made a holiday for, like, 20 years later in 1938, I think it wass. And again, it was really primarily to recognize the end before or one. But when President Wilson talked about it, he's nearly talked about the sacrifice. Of the soldiers and everyone who served so following world or two and Torrio in 1954, it was decided to kind of change and make it veteran's day. Gone are all who served in the in the wars Because then you have the three And I won't work too. You really had 12 million people? Yeah, uh, served and so It was changed to veterans today in 1954, and it was really designed them to honor vets for the willingness to serve and sacrifice comes. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary here on my heart radio or retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We're talking about Veterans Day, which is this Wednesday and let's go back in time a bit, and just talk about the progression of Veterans Day and how veterans have been viewed in this town. Tree obviously very favorable following World War two and even after the Korean War, But then when Vietnam came around, things changed, and then it reverted back to pretty much where we are now following the dull Ford talk a little bit about that progression. Yeah, I think that's true. But I think it goes all the way back even further. The World War one really. While it was kind of public, thanks. It was not much recognition for You know, from the government or our anyone? He basically got benefits of $60 in a train ticket home. Ah, and you know it was again what was recognised holiday except for armistice stick. Following World War two, I think was the big change and An official is well, a cz personal recognition so many families. I had people who served and went overseas for a long period of time. 12, sir. And so at the end of that war, something called the G I bill was put into effect allowing veterans of to come back and help them with their education. There was also something Copa de a home loan. What's kind of guaranteed, uh, you know portion of alone for veterans so they could more easily qualified by their own home as a result of their service. I'm not really contributed to some of the economic boom after World War two and in the housing boom, because you know you had a large number of people who could take it. Damage of And now qualified if I their own home. Once you get the Koreans, still Okay. Can people recognize their service honor their service because they were huge, and so many citizens fail in the investment. In the defense of their country because so many people were involved, and then we'll get is you mentioned the Vietnam And it's funny. It's kind of like the economy here. Because what you hear about it is really the service member became entangled in the outcome of the government policy. It's a lot of people hated. Yeah, and some of that rubbed off on how trips were treated, right. I mean, Some veterans tried to actually hide the fact that they served. Because there was a certain portion of the population who crowned upon that thinking, you know, confusing the fact that You know, the person who was ordered to go overseas was, in fact, part of a policy that made it possible. So there was a lot of Ah Tough kinds in terms of respect from the citizens yet at the same time Or was it was that the economy was there was a public twist from more benefits or veterans help against Ah Post traumatic stress. Uh, Agent Orange, uh, offer more psychological counseling and career like so even though we think of that now, as many of the things that everybody tries to push today, Those actually started in at post Vietnam. Not medically and they are today, but it it's interesting, so it was a little bit of it. I can't So, you know, fast forward to today. You know, you have a lot of Ah Ah, lot of people's respect. It's an all volunteer worse now. So you have a group of people who, you know, aren't pope from the Citizen Green. They have to raise your hand and say I'll do this job. And it's coming in an interesting time post 9 11, particularly when America was attacked. So there is a lot of public respect. For that service and have that have been mentioned. Kind of increase the respect for the Veterans Day holiday for recognizing that Memorial Day through July, 4th through Veterans Day, so I think there's a You know that whole period of time. Word is in people's minds, and they're willing to. Ah Recognize the sacrifice of men and women who serve Miller. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. This Wednesday is Veterans Day and Admiral..

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Mickley this week. We're going to talk to our friends from the Salvation Army Chicago this Monday, The red kettles will officially be out on the streets of Chicago and And you can help support them during this difficult year of 2020. Covert 19 has been really tough for many people, and more people are relying in the Salvation Army more than ever, so we'll have them coming up in a couple minutes. First up, though, this Wednesday's Veterans Day So we've got Admiral Terri T. McCrary on with Ryan Gorman to talk about our veterans, the struggles they face when they come back. From war and more. Hey, Ryan, I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary, a retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We both appreciate your time for this discussion, Admiral. And, of course, your service to our country. Let's start with the background on how this holiday came about. Sure, Ryan and personally thank you for allowing me to be here. You know, it really came about his armistice day, not Veterans Day and that recognized the 11th hour of the 11th Day of the 11th month in 1918. When then the great or or want to end it, so it was designed is kind of a recognition of the end of that war. Kind of a year later, President Wilson proclaimed Excite Chan's Armistice Day. Of the original concept really wasn't the holiday was more transept developed a parades, gatherings and a brief suspension of business at 11 A.m.. It wasn't made a holiday toe like 20 years later in 1938. I think it wass and again. It was really primarily to recognize the end before or one. But when President Wilson talked about it, he's nearly talked about the sacrifice of the soldiers and everyone who served So following World War two and Korea in 1954, it was decided to kind of changes and make it veteran's day. Gone Are all who served in the in the wars Because then you have the three and won't work too. You really had 12 million people. Yeah, uh, served Him so It was changed to veterans today in 1954, and it was really designed them to honor bets for the willingness to serve and sacrifice Come. I'm joined by Admiral Terry McCreary here on my heart radio or retired one star admiral in the U. S. Navy, who served as the chief of naval information on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. We're talking about Veterans Day, which is this Wednesday and let's go back in time a bit and just talk about the progression. Veterans Day and how veterans have been viewed in this country obviously very favorable following World War two and even after the Korean War. But then when Vietnam came around, things changed, and then it reverted back to pretty much where we are now following the Gulf Ward talk a little bit about that progression. Yeah, I think that's true. But I think it goes all the way back even further. The World War. Really? While it was kind of public, thanks. It was not much recognition or You know, from the government or our anyone? He basically got benefits of $60 in a train ticket home. Ah, and you know it was again what was recognised holiday except for armistice following World War two, I think was the big change and An official is well, a cz personal recognition so many families. I had people who served and went overseas for a long period of time. 12 answer. And so at the end of that war, something called the G I bill was put into effect allowing veterans of to come back and help them with their education. There's also something called a home loan. What's kind of guaranteed Ah, you know portion of alone for veterans so they could more easily qualified the five their own home as a result of their service. And that really contributed to some of the economic boom after World War two and in the housing boom, because you know you had a large number of people who could take it down. It's off. And now qualified if I their own home. Once you get the creates pillow can people recognize their service honored their servants because they were huge, and it's so many citizens that an assessment In the defense of their country because so many people were involved. And then you get is you mentioned the Vietnam And it's funny. It's kind of the economy here. Because what you hear about it is really the service member became entangled in the outcome of government policy. It's a lot of people hate it. Yeah, and some of that rubbed off on how clips were treated, right? I mean, some veterans tried to actually hide the fact that they served. Because there was a certain portion of the population who frowned upon that thinking, you know, confusing the fact that You know, the person who was ordered to go overseas was, in fact, part of a policy that made it possible. So there was a lot of Ah Ah Tough kinds in terms of respect from the citizens. Yet at the same time there was it was that the economy was there was a public twitch. More benefits for veterans help against Ah, posttraumatic stress. Uh, Agent Orange, uh, offer more psychological counseling and career. So even though we think of that now, many of the things that everybody tries to push the day those actually started in post Vietnam, not epicurean. They are today but it it's interesting, So it was a little bit of it. I can't So, you know, fast forward to today. You know, you have a lot of Ah Ah, lot of people's respect. It's an all volunteer worse now. So you have a group of people who you know, aren't pulled from the citizen Green. They have to raise your hand and say I'll do this job. And it's coming an interesting Kahn Post 9 11, particularly when America was attacked. So there is a lot of public respect. For that service, and it has to have it mentioned. Kind of increase the respect for the Veterans Day holiday for recognizing that Memorial Day through July, 4th through Veterans Day, so I think there's a You know that whole period of time. Word is in people's minds and, ah, they're willing to. Ah Recognize the sacrifice of men and women who served Uh,.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To the brave six to Yankees and Boston today. Mets hosting Atlanta, the US had a two one quarter-final victory over host, France and the women's World Cup. Here's your W. O R Weather Channel forecast. Cold front headed our way late this afternoon into this evening and that. It will bring a scattered strong thunderstorms with the possibility for heavy downpours, and strong gusty. Damaging winds mix of clouds and sunshine. Hot and humid force here today at head of that front again, late this afternoon into this evening. Scattered showers and storms expected to roll through high temperatures in the low nineties today. Showers and storms ending tonight. Seventy-one cooler tomorrow, mix of clouds and sunshine low eighties. I'm meteorologist Ken, Boone degrees at eight oh, two next news at nine breaking news at once wake up with Len Berman, and Michael Riedel in the morning, six to ten on Monday. I'm Terry McCreary on seven ten. W. O R, an NBC News Radio station. Seven ten w are the voice of New York? An his today special buy two piles of any of today's featured items and get forty percent off with free shipping double up that's four bottles and receive today's free gift, his number, and write it, Dan. Because you could speak with an invite nutritionist seven days a week, the numbers eight hundred four four one seventeen seventy the number for invite eight hundred four four one seventeen seventy that's eight hundred four four one seventeen seventy please. Visit our retail locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, queens, Nassau County, Garden State plaza in parameters and the Palisades at the mall in west Nyack stopped by visit with our nutritionists. We posted Foreign Studies.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Terry McCreary. The estranged husband of a missing new Canaan, Connecticut, mother, and his girlfriend continue to be held on five hundred thousand dollars bond. Scott Pringle reporting on their arraignment today. Delos his girlfriend show up a bar with questions by reporters as they left court. They did not enter a plea the to charged with tampering with physical evidence, and hindering prosecution. This is connected to Jennifer dulas may twenty th disappearance. Now court documents show what appears to be focused on surveillance video tossing a garbage bag stained with blood the night. She went missing photos and Jennifer have been going through a divorce and custody battle for their five children. They're staying with family on Manhattan's upper east side. Scott Pringle, NBC News Radio. Connecticut New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio criticizing President Trump and sticking up for London. Mayor Saudi con-. This is someone. We should all respect and our president attacked him in a way that was meant to demean that was meant to demean all Muslim ahead of an official state visit to the UK. Mayor Kahn gave protesters the go ahead to fly. An inflatable figure made to look like Trump as a large baby. In response. President Trump calling Khanna bad mayor. Liked Blasios only shorter. A homeless man who's accused of brutally raping an elderly woman in queens is reportedly under arrest. It happened early yesterday morning inside a vacant and boarded up home in the Rosedale section. Police say the seventy eight year old victim may have been squatting their reports indicate that thirty year old Ryan Bayard, is now in custody and facing charges in the assault. That left the woman hospitalized she told police she was asleep when she was hacked by Bayard New York City.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. I'm Terry McCreary. President Trump tweeting out that he isn't worried about recent weapons testing by North Korea. John Jeffreys reports during his visit to Japan, Trump wrote that some people were disturbed when North Korea fired off some small weapons, but it didn't bother him. The president said he remains confident North Korean leader. Kim jong. We'll keep his promises. He also said, Kim's comment, calling democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, a swamp man and a low IQ person made him smile. John jeffreys. NBC News Radio, emergency crews in Oklahoma are searching for victims after a hotel near Oklahoma City is demolished by tornado. At least two people are confirmed dead after a tornado tore through L Reno last night. First responders were called the American budget value in where visitors were trapped inside that wreckage. Authorities say multiple people are being hospitalized with serious injuries. Cops are searching for whoever killed the seventy one year old woman stabbed in eighty seven. Year old man in Brooklyn. Lisa Matteo has more. The elderly couple was found stabbed inside their Bushwick home just before seven o'clock, Saturday evening. The woman identified as seventy one year old Maria Rodriguez was pronounced dead. The eighty seven year old man was slashed in the arm in the chest. He was taken to Bellevue hospital in critical condition. No arrests have been made lease Matteo, W, O, R news. One person is dead and nine others injured following a shooting at a neighborhood gathering in Virginia. Police say the shooting happened just before ten last night in Chesapeake police were on the scene investigating a traffic disturbance, when shooting erupted the identity of the man who was killed has not been released. No suspects have been identified travel disruptions on the Long Island. Railroad this holiday weekend. Officials say Montauk bound train that left Penn station early. Saturday sideswiped a non revenue train, east of spunk. During a passing maneuver, causing a derailment travelers aren't happy about their snarled weekend travel plans timing really bad, timing. I mean it could. It could have been worse if it was on Friday, but Saturday's the next worst. So.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Tokyo this morning. He said he was working on a new bilateral agreement, which is fair and reciprocal checking your, your sports Mets lose the Tigers nine eight Yankees Kansas City today. Here's your W. O R weather. Channel forecast. Clear starting off this Memorial Day weekend. Sunshine this afternoon with a high of sixty nine scattered thunderstorms develop tonight with a low of sixty one right allies at early Sunday. Some breaks in the clouds, the high warming, eighty nine at a partly cloudy, Memorial Day on Monday with a high the upper seventies, I'm meteorologist Jeff marr. Sunny skies, fifty nine degrees at eight oh, two next news at nine breaking news at once wake up with Len Berman, and Michael Riedel in the morning, six to ten on Monday morning. I'm Terry McCreary on seven ten. W. R NBC News Radio station. Welcome to the invite health, buy one, get one free Memorial Day. She'll invite health leader and top quality, health and wellness products formulated with CGI and non GMO standards announced this limited time offer to sell us on now by any invite health supplement at suggested retail and get the second bottle free his number and write it down because you could speak with an invite nutritionist seven days a week. The numbers eight hundred six three two zero five seven to the number for invite. Eight hundred six three two zero five seven two. You can also visit are not. Style invite stores or receive a free personalized nutritional plan from one of our healthcare professionals, including our newest store and west night at the Palisades center mall. Visit invite health dot com for retail locations on additional product offers take advantage of invites. Limited time, buy one get one free Memorial Day sale. Contact and fight at eight hundred six three two zero five seven to that number again, eight hundred six three two zero five seven two or go to invite health dot com.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Foggy at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreary, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke for more than an hour by phone this week. Trump says they discussed the situation in Venezuela. And he is. Not looking at all to get involved in Venezuela other than he'd like to see something positive happened for Venezuela. And I feel the same way we wanna get some Umana -tarian aid right now, people are starving. Well, the South Korean military says North Korea fired several short range projectiles off its east coast. This morning million. Military officials initially calling it a missile launch. But are now giving a more vague description. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said quote, we are aware of North Korea's actions and will continue monitoring as necessary checking your W O R sports. The islanders season is over after losing to the hurricanes five to in game four of the Eastern Conference semifinals Yankees over the twin six three Mets lose to the brewers three one in Milwaukee. Nets guardian. Gelo, Russell is being cited for marijuana possession at LaGuardia Airport, according to Newsday. A baggage check revealed marijuana inside a hidden compartment of an Amazon iced he can the giants hold their three day rookie. Minicab through the weekend players taken in last week's NFL draft as well as undrafted free agents will all be on hand for training. The jets are holding their three day rookie minicamp next weekend..

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On this Sunday with a cold front producing periods of rain, high fifty nine and declaring will take place overnight. It's the load rocks down to thirty four. So it'd be breezy and cooler start April tomorrow with a sunny sky and a high of forty seven partly cloudy on Tuesday with high climbing into the low fifties, I'm meteorologist. Jeff marr seven degrees at ten. Oh, five next news at eleven breaking news at once lake up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning on Terry McCreary on seven ten W R and NBC News Radio station. The following is a paid program W O ours airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered or the ideas expressed Kevin Keller. It's that time of year. You've seen the headlines you've had friends you've had kids go down. You may be even experiencing it yourself. It is an outbreak of the flu. It's the worst cold season. It's the worst time of year because people are just well, they're just gross. They feel bad. They sound terrible. I was on an airplane yesterday. The guy behind me was coughing, and it was juicy and haughty and all that stuff. And you're like, oh, no, please. Don't let me get it. And then I remembered, that's okay. I had taken six fruits and veggies before I got on the plane each and I felt pretty good. It's balanceofnature radio and Kevin McCullough's my name doctor and Susan Howard are with. Us in studio and dock every year, there's this. There's this one season of the of the winter spring fall, whatever where it just seems like the flu just rages through the country, and sometimes because of past antibiotics and other things now like resistant to the things that they've used to try to tamper it down in the past. So I was thinking what could we do to like help change this equation, and maybe get our country healthier. Well, there's a couple of things number one it hits that season for a few reasons our immune systems, get low even blade part of it on thanksgiving Christmas and new.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. I'm Terry McCreary. President Trump is taking action on illegal immigration after border officials warned there on pace to apprehend more than one hundred thousand people this month, the president said to migrant caravans are heading to the US right now massive caravans walking right through Mexico. So Mexico's top they can stop them, but they chose not to now they're gonna stop. They don't stop with closing the border. Trump said he's cutting about five hundred million dollars in aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras because he said they're not doing enough to prevent migrant caravans. Authorities say a man has been arrested in connection with the death of a missing New Jersey woman who was a student at the university of South Carolina, Columbia police are charging Daniel David Rowland with murder Kim. Kidnapping in the death of twenty one year old Samantha Josephson. She was reported missing after she was last seen around two am on Friday. Police say her body was recovered in a rural area Friday afternoon. Police say Josephson was waiting for an Uber after a night out with friends when she got into Rowlands car, they said her blood and cell phone were found in his car detail surrounding Josephson's death have not yet been released German police are claiming the ten people. They arrested yesterday were planning to station Islamist terrorist attack would kill as many non-believers as possible. The suspects were between the ages of twenty and thirty two when several of them were German citizens police claim they plan to use a car and guns. According to prosecutors in Frankfurt. They allegedly rented a large vehicle and collected financial assets to purchase guns. Pope Francis is hoping to improve interfaith relations Angela Anderson with more. Ho Francis is in Morocco. The Vatican calls it another opportunity to build bridges between Christians and Muslims. The two day. Visit comes after last month's trip to the United Arab Emirates during that trip. The pope signed an historic document pledging peace between nations religions and races. Angela Anderson NBC News Radio NYPD is investigating a fatal crash that killed an elderly driver. Police say surveillance shows a speeding Nissan driving through the intersection of avenue j in east fifty sixth street in flatlands around four thirty yesterday, the car then drove through a red light and clip the end of one car while smashing the side of another when police got to the scene they discovered an eighty four year old woman in a Chevy sedan with severe head trauma. The nineteen year old driver of the Nissan state on the scene. Forty dinosaur. Replicas are now calling the Bronx new home. Lisa g has the lifelike. Animatronic reptiles arrived this week for dinosaur safari and immersive ride through a two acre wooded area of the zoo. Phys? Visitors will be able to see the realistic characters including two forty foot long t Rex dinosaurs visitors will also see Spinosaurus which was one of the largest carnivores to ever roam the earth dinosaur safari is set to open to the public on April nineteenth..

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Millionaire all ahead here on the Joe Bartlett Saturday show time now for the news very much, Joe thirty five degrees and clear at six thirty good morning. I'm Terry McCreary. President Trump says he's looking forward to seeing special counsel Robert Muller's final report during a White House photo op yesterday Trump said he won the two thousand sixteen presidential election on his own merits. Because I was a better candidate than she was and had nothing to do with Russia and everybody knows it's a hoax. It's one of the greatest hoaxes ever perpetrated on this country. Trump expressing confidence that the report will show. No evidence of collusion between his campaign and Russia Turkey is telling the US not to leave a power vacuum. When it withdraws troops from Syria. State run news in Istanbul reported this morning that Turkey's defence minister told the Pentagon that there should be no vacuum of power in any way during the Syria. Withdrawal, Brooklyn teenager is dead after being shot just outside of his apartment in flatbush. NYPD is confirmed that fifteen year old Samuel Joseph was found with gunshot wounds to the head and torso. Last night inside the entry way to his home at flatbush avenue and twenty six street victims family says they have no idea who would do this. And no arrests have been made the NCAA is allowing commuters to try out a possible replacement for the metro card beginning on Monday. James flippin has more the transit agencies hoping to phase out the plastic metro cards which first appeared on the scene in the early nineties replacing the iconic subway token, come twenty twenty three the metro card could be history as well. As this pilot program will allow select riders and employees to pay.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Putting one I don't have a cold sore. I still want something that protects against the up purpose and L protects against certain triggers caused by the sun and cold, including flare ups from sun damage with its added SPF thirty protection to a trees can protect works for me me to purpose and L works when you have a cold sore works when you don't use as directed. We're coming up to the news here on the bottom of the hour. And right after the news, we'll talk to Mike from o'hara's. He'll give us his Super Bowl pick. And we're going to talk to the outgoing chairman of the New York state conservative party, Mike long. That's all in the next half hour. Hey, you betting on the football games. Well in New Jersey could even bet on the Oscars. Yeah. And the odds are you bet on anything in New Jersey. Now, the New Jersey odds the best for best picture of the Oscars Roma believe it or not. Can that lead? Actress Glenn Close was a good one. And there's a tie here for lead actor Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Christian bale from vice and on the supporting side, Regina king. If Beale street could talk she's eons unfavored, New Jersey in I supporting actor Mashallah Ali from green book loved the green book movie. It's a great movie. All right. Let's get to the news now here at six thirty. Thank you very much. Joe? It's eighteen degrees. Clear. Six thirty good morning. I'm Terry McCreary Virginia democratic governor Ralph nor them says he's hoping to finish out his term as governor amid outrage over his appearance at a racist yearbook photo in northern issued a video statement on his Twitter last night where he expands on his apology. I am deeply sorry. I cannot change the decision. I made our can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today earlier Friday them admitted that he's one of the men in a racist costume a photo in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. In a statement the. Crap said the costume is clearly racist and offensive though, he did not specify if he's the man in black face or the one wearing a KKK rope. The White House says the theme of President Trump state of the union address will be choosing greatness officials briefed reporters yesterday on what topics should expect the president to talk about trouble focus on illegal immigration at the border and US trade deals with China, Mexico and Canada officials gave an excerpt that says together we can break decades of political stalemate, we can bridge old divisions heal old wounds. Build new coalitions forged new solutions and unlock extraordinary promise of America's future. The state of the union address takes place on Tuesday. A federal judge in Washington DC is thinking about imposing gag order on longtime Trump associate Roger stone. Tom Roberts reports. The judge set no trial date during a status hearing on Friday defense, lawyers and prosecutors have until next Friday to offer their thoughts. Stone was arrested last month in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in. The presidential election. The cases related to stones alleged ties to WikiLeaks which released hacked democratic emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign, Tom Roberts, NBC News Radio. Brooklyn basketball coach is being charged with attempted murder assault and criminal use of a firearm. Lisa g reports thirty say basketball, coach Todd miles of Paul Robeson, high school made up a story they claimed he and Christopher hooks. The father of one of his players were shot by an unidentified person last December hooks confronted miles at his home about his son's playing time last year when the two were allegedly shot hooks though was hospitalized and wasn't able to speak for a month. And now that he's finally able to talk he told cops he was shot by miles. Who was then arrested? I'm Lisa g per seven ten w O our New York City. Police Commissioner James O'Neill says he's accepting the suggestions of an independent panel concerning the department's disciplinary process I'd ask for a candid honest assessment of where we are today and a realistic. Look at how we can make our way forward together. And that's exactly what we received. He appointed a panel, which then spent seven months looking into the department's process of investigating and disciplining its officers recommendations include updating the technology used to track the cases as the panel says some take too long to process W O R.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Staff and patients at a Brooklyn hospital are advised to drink bottled water and avoid taking showers because of a bacterial infection in the water supply tap water was turned off at SUNY downstate medical after the state health department found that it might be contaminated with the bacteria that causes the flu like legionaires disease. A patient at the hospital was reportedly diagnosed with the disease recently, but was most likely already infected before being admitted the daily news reports it is unclear whether there is any connection between that patient and the bacterial strain. I'm Terry McCreary for seven ten W O. Our President Trump says his first priority now that the government is reopened is to make sure negotiate. Overboard border while funding start yesterday congress and the president agreed to a short term funding Bill which ended a thirty five day partial government shutdown. The ink is barely dry on Trump's order, and he's threatening another shutdown. ABC's Tara Palmeri has more with the government open for less than twenty four hours. The president already warning it could close again after signing a spending Bill to fund the government for just three weeks. Trump tweeting twenty one days goes, very quickly negotiations with Democrats will start immediately will not be easy to make a deal both parties very dug in we will build the wall, some longtime employees at the Trump National Golf Club in briar cliff manner say they were fired last week for being in the country illegally and providing fake work documents the workers, some who say they were hired fifteen years ago, tell the Washington Post they were let go on January eighteenth their lawyer tells the post they were chefs housekeepers and waiters and all of them claim that management new. They were undocumented they were recruited to work there. And they were told that documents were not necessary to work for this golf club. Some of those workers fired had one employee of the month awards candidate Donald Trump used the country club is a backdrop back in twenty sixteen for a speech where he promised. He would be the president that cracks down on legal immigration no-one Laden for seven ten w o war federal workers in New York City who will be getting back pay. The government reopens are worried about the possibility of a new government shutdown. So there's always a danger that.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good afternoon. I'm no bomb Laden federal workers getting ready to return to work after the president. And congress finally reached an agreement to reopen. The government for three weeks while negotiations continue on border security funding, President Trump already vowing to close the government again, though next month of he doesn't get funding for his border wall. Aerial Russia has more the three week agreement to get government employees back to work hardly leaving a sense of long-term security Krystal Kirkpatrick has worked for the IRS for five years. I'm not going to quit my second job yet. Because I don't know if this is abandoned or solution. Ryan Baugh works for immigration services. But as he plans to head back to work boss says he's asking himself. What for I think all of us are kind of asking ourselves right now is this is this a job that we can rely on. Meanwhile, ABC news political analyst, Matthew Dowd, says President Trump was feeling the pressure over the. Thirty five day shutdown in many ways, including plunging poll numbers poll numbers dropped he United the Democrats. And so I think in this the big losers. The present the big winner. Obviously, the eight hundred thousand workers are going to get paid now. But also Nancy Pelosi. She's established herself as a dominant force staff and patients at a Brooklyn hospital. Drinking bottled water today, avoiding taking showers too because of a bacterial infection in the water supply more on that from wwl wars. Terry McCreary tap water was turned off at SUNY downstate medical after the state health department found that it might be contaminated with the bacteria that causes the flu like legionaires disease. A patient at the hospital was reportedly diagnosed with the disease recently, but was most likely already infected before being admitted the daily news reports it is unclear whether there is any connection between that patient at the bacterial strain. I'm Terry McCreevy for seven ten w our family out searching for an elderly man who went missing last night. Police say seventy six year old. Pedro Santamaria was last seen about seven thirty PM. This is home on Caldwell avenue. He's five feet five inches tall. Weighs about one hundred sixty pounds last seen wearing a black sweatshirt and blue jeans, governor Cuomo signing landmark legislation protecting LGBTQ writes, the gender expression nondiscrimination access transgender New Yorkers are now covered under the state's antidiscrimination laws. Believe in the original founding of this nation, film equality for all, and that's all we're asking. And now, we know his name Dave Johnson is the Brooklyn man, who is the lone winner of last month's two hundred ninety eight million dollars Powerball jackpot Fifty-six-year-old bought his ticket at a Brooklyn gas station last month and said he knew his days as a truck driver were numbered when he found out he won. I'm not gonna continue worker quit right away right away. No delay Johnson vs. New York says with his earnings he wants to buy a red Porsche, Anna nice house. He's also chose. To take the lump sum of one hundred and eighty million dollars or one hundred and fourteen million after taxes. I'm Lisa G for seven ten w w we'll war sports and your Weather Channel forecast. Both up next. Wwl war. News time is four zero three. I heart radio has given wonks.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Cloudy at seven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Terry McCreary. The MTA says it accepts the recommendations from an expert panel that the L train tunnel can be repaired without being shut down on Laden reports. Subway riders are really happy to hear that governor Cuomo's halting the shutdown of the L train. We're planning on moving to be honest. And we might not now by Reverend Jay. So as far as affecting the g it's nice that it won't be overcrowded. The governor says instead of shutting down service for fifteen months, a new method of tunnel restoration. That's been used in Europe will be implemented here. Instead so service won't be stopped during renovations, which the governor calls, you riders. Of course, love that to no one Laden for seven ten w walk and Russia. Are planning joint naval exercises in the Caspian Sea. The commander of the Iranian navy said today that war games with Russia. Naval forces are being planned and will be implemented in the near future. Iran and Russia have held several naval drills in the Caspian Sea in the past few years. The two countries have close ties and are backing the regime of Assad in Syria's civil war. Checking your wwl our sports. Seventy Sixers over the Mavericks, one zero six hundred nets at Chicago today on the ice islanders over the blues for three ranger skating at Arizona today, the devils Vegas in college hoops, Rutgers loses seventy seven sixty three to Maryland. Here's your W. O our Weather Channel forecast. Partly cloudy heading into the Sunday. There will be some gusty winds out of the northwest at times today with a high of forty six a clear sky tonight, a low down twenty five clouds will increase on Monday. We'll be colder with a high of thirty two. There may be some rainfall during the morning on Tuesday, otherwise cloudy and warmer with a high of fifty I'm meteorologist Jeff marr, forty four degrees and cloudy. Oh, next news at eight breaking news at once. Wake up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten tomorrow. I'm Terry McCreary on seven ten W O R NBC News Radio station. Hi,.

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"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"terry mccreary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"No one Lleyton vice-president Mike Pence and top Trump administration officials met today with congressional staffers to discuss the partial government shutdown. Karen Travers has more from the White House. The White House says a meeting with congressional staffers today on the partial government shutdown was productive, but the negotiations continue an administration official says there was discussion about priorities for border security and homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen provided a briefing, but there was no in depth discussion about a dollar figure to end the stalemate and reopened the government. There is a tentative plan for the same group to meet tomorrow. But Democrats say that depends on the White House providing updated budget numbers they requested. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House and some homeless in the city spending their days and nights hanging out. On the steps of federal hall. The partial government shutdown means there's no security guards to chase them away from the national memorial on Wall Street, George Washington took his oath of office as the nation's first president there today cardboard boxes are being used as shelters for some homeless men. A woman is dead. Another man in critical condition after a firefighter responding to a call on Long Island hit them as they cross the street this morning more on that from wwl wars. Terry McCreary, the two were mowed down by a twenty two year, old volunteer firefighter racing to a call in Long Beach. Police say the man and woman were walking north across east Park Avenue after leaving the Half Moon restaurant and bar around twelve thirty this morning when they were struck by a Buick century, traveling west on east Park Avenue. Newsday reports the fifty seven year old woman was pronounced dead at the scene while the sixty year old man is being treated for multiple injuries, including.

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Scott Pringle, Elon Musk and Jose Bautisita discussed on The Financial Quarterback

The Financial Quarterback

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Scott Pringle, Elon Musk and Jose Bautisita discussed on The Financial Quarterback

"Of the mets iheart radio station fifty seven degrees sunny and breezy at eight o'clock good morning i'm terry mccreary folks who use the path on weekends are going to have to find another way for the foreseeable future scott pringle reports riders are certainly not thrilled that the path will be down for sixteen straight weekends here matt surprising path is done this many times it's mandatory so it's unfortunate what's the plan go into the city or take the ferry the weekend path closures that world trade center and here at exchange place to allow workers to install positive train control technology that can automatically down a train the technology will also be installed along the thirty third street line we can closures at those path station start next weekend in jersey city i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or government says it may need more time to reunite some of the immigrant families at separated a federal court order gives the administration until tuesday to reunite children under age five with their parents tech billionaire elon musk is sending a team of engineers to thailand to help rescue twelve boys stuck in a flooded cave a musk spokesman said his engineers could use the latest technology to pinpoint the boys exact location pump water out of the cave and provide tesla battery power checking your w o r sports mets five one over tampa jose bautisita first pitch fastball.

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Sara Lee Kessler, Fox and Terry Mccreary discussed on Weekend Programming

Weekend Programming

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Sara Lee Kessler, Fox and Terry Mccreary discussed on Weekend Programming

"The fallen the voice of new york seven ten w o r an iheartradio station it's seventy four degrees at two o'clock good morning i'm james flippin one man is dead and another injured after a pane of glass felt a construction site manhattan yesterday morning police say the sixty seven year old security guard was moving the large glass panel at the central park tower on west fifty seventh street when it fell and pinned him a second worker who was helping him was injured sources say the glass panel was about ten feet by twenty feet and was being moved on the first floor when it fell a fifteen hundred fifty foot skyscraper one of the tallest in the country is under construction at the site polly cries men for seven ten w r a tragic accident in the bronx left the little boy dead sevenyearold chevron buffet was riding a motorized scooter when he was hit in the fordham heights section by an mta bus the driver remained at the scene reports indicate he might have had the green light in brooklyn three people were injured result of a car crash the began when rowdy revellers stepped off a party boat friday night and started a brawl eventually led the gunfire authorities say the boat docked at the brooklyn army terminal near fifty eighth street around eleven o'clock when someone fired off a shot a few minutes later cops gave chase to a reckless driver who sped away from the scene before plowing into a car carrying several passengers near east eighth street officers fired shots near the disorderly driver who was treated for an injured finger i'm terry mccreary for seven ten w are in the nation's capital the happy sounds of a family reunited joshua of utah was jailed in venezuela for nearly two years returned home to the united states after being held on what us officials have called trumped up charges while overjoyed to have him home his mother lori holt told fox news that her son is sick and in need of medical attention despite temperatures exceeding ninety degrees on saturday an ice skating rink opened on new york's governor's island it's called mel's rank and is an eight thousand square foot arena with views of the statue of liberty you can't be that and it'll stay open through the end of october in case you're wondering the ice won't melt because it's not real it's synthetic made of high density plastic polymer i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r the brooklyn.

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Four killed by naked gunman in Nashville Waffle House

Weekend Programming

01:36 min | 4 years ago

Four killed by naked gunman in Nashville Waffle House

"An iheartradio station it's fifty degrees we have sunny skies at nine o'clock good morning i'm terry mccreary four people are dead several others wounded after a naked man reportedly opened fire at a nashville tennessee waffle house this morning he fled on foot after the shooting a customer was reportedly able to wrestle away the shooter's rifle described as an ar fifteen police are looking for twenty nine year old travis ryan king a six month old baby is dead after the ban he was travelling in ran through a red light and hit another car early saturday morning the crash happened in staten island near the corner of forest avenue and broadway and west brighton police say the thirty six year old woman was rushing the sick baby to the hospital which he drove the chevy van through red light at around three a m heading jeep and the intersection no one else was hurt in the collision police say both drivers stayed at the scene i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o r police are on the hunt for the suspect accused of attacking a man on a subway platform yesterday the victim told police he got into a verbal dispute with a man on a northbound four trained not very far from the union square fourteenth street station the suspect allegedly unleashed a string of slurs about the victims ethnishity than a scuffle broke out the victim was punched and pushed onto the tracks the suspect is described as a heavyset black man last seen wearing a make america great again tap health officials are warning of a possible measles outbreak at three jehovah's witnesses facilities around the tristate area to tourists from europe infected with the viral disease visited last week they apparently i went to the kingdom hall of jehovah's witnesses.

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14 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

Weekend Programming

01:54 min | 4 years ago

14 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

"Seven ten w o r and terry mccreary and here's what's happening german police say several people are dead and dozens injured after a vandross a crowd earlier today in the western city of muenster the van driver is among the dead mixed martial arts vans are angry for a multitude of reasons following ufc star conor mcgregor arrest in brooklyn it was a wild scene at the barclay center on thursday the outspoken irish pugilist allegedly threw a fit and attacked a bus full of fighters leading to mcgregor's arrest now zero dasu came down from toronto to watch the event and says the outspoken irishman is selfish fighters that aren't gonna be able to fight not going to get the money for their own kids and families back home because of this one guy who's ego is through the roof as a result three flights were cancelled moses say do like his friend nausea from toronto wants a refund if there was a lawsuit we'd be involved as well because we paid for tickets we traveled james flippin for seven ten w o r police in canada say fourteen people are dead and another fourteen injured after a bus carrying a junior hockey team collided with a truck on friday night on a rural highway into scotch you on the rcmp says the bus was carrying the humboldt broncos to a game when it crashed early onstage as members on the scene was totally deal with those obviously the casualties and most importantly the injured to the hospitals rcmp inspector ted monroe and nypd officer is recovering after a suspect bit off part of his left middle finger james flippin has that police say the biter was arrested for criminal mischief originally then take into the six nine precincts in canarsie where the officer was trying to put them into a holding cell while the suspect resisted causing the male officer to fall that's when his finger was bitten causing them.

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