35 Burst results for "Thirty Eight Degrees"

The Latest: More utilities start rolling blackouts

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

The Latest: More utilities start rolling blackouts

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting winter weather slams the nation icy cold temperatures are causing problems across a number of states in Oklahoma City Jennifer McClintock of the city utilities department told KWTV the deep freeze affected a water treatment plant like a lot of other people who are experiencing their own water outages at home this one needs a couple of these lines happen to freeze up on us the nation's largest oil refinery was shut down in Port Arthur Texas due to unprecedented freezing conditions the Brasco was hit with record low temperatures including minus twenty nine in north Platte the weather station in Hibbing Chisholm Minnesota saw a record low of minus thirty eight degrees hi Mike Rossi out

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High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

60-Second Science

01:52 min | 1 year ago

High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

"A humming birds of your garden, you've no doubt seen it flipped from flower to flower hovering midair as it sips on nectar that activity requires plenty of energy. So hummingbirds need a lot of nectar to feed their hungry metabolism's some of them probably drink two or three times. The Body Mass Index Everyday Andrew McCartney an ornithologist at the University of Pretoria in south. Africa. mckanie and his colleagues have studied hummingbirds extreme. In the Peruvian Andes to survive, they're the tiny birds have developed a few tricks for one their blood cells are unusually efficient at transporting oxygen. It's more difficult to hover in the high altitude thin air, and so the humming birds at the higher elevations much prone to pushing while they feed. So that does seem to be one way in which try and reduce the energy expenditure. Now, Macaque Nana's colleagues have found another energy-saving adaptation. The High Mountain hummingbirds can lower their body temperature by extreme amounts of night going into a state called torpor. tencent appearances, they essentially did they. That's unresponsive. The scientists caught six species of Andy and hummingbirds and monitor their temperatures throughout night and day, and they found that all six species could enter some type torpor. They lower their body temperatures from about one hundred degrees Fahrenheit by day to as low as thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit at night and being essentially conserves energy. The details are in the journal biology letters although some of the birds low body temperatures are on par with those of hibernating mammals. It's important to note that this is not fully fledged hibernation, which is a longer term response. True hibernation has only been documented in one bird so far at least common poor will in the US south. West one of my career goals is to find second harmonizing but in the Andes, he says, it's going to be the first place he looks.

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August Fixes

Fix It 101

03:34 min | 1 year ago

August Fixes

"Org. How are you guys doing this morning? I'm much better now that I'm not. Blurry? You. Had It on some sort of beauty mode where where you or just glowing in radiant and the rest of everything behind you was blurred and. Unapproachable. Didn't even see that. Beauty Mode on yours Jeff. REDACT right. I don't even have my camera on broke now. Okay. So, let's talk real quick. What are you guys working on Javer you in your truck? My truck I mean in the mid level hundred and twenty eight acres why Mattis County were building a modern form style We're having a meeting right now with the trim carpenters and the homeowner. Talking about what our cabinets you're gonNA look like bricker. We'll finish up today or tomorrow and Just a beautiful setting out here on top of the hill. That's fantastic. Okay. So tell us about the houses you've been under. Pam. Well. I I wanted to tell Jeff I dr pepper. This weekend. Nice what? About that, what did you say you Dr Pepper Your Grill? Yeah. Because Jeff said that that's what he used to clean his grill. So I I was. Rule in this weekend I thought we'll try that. So I picked up a leader of Dr Pepper and. took. A. Garbage can LID and turned it upside down and set my great down in it. Pour that Dr Pepper over it. I'm GonNa take something. For drinking another Dr Pepper. It, really clean it. It did it just it fizzed all that runoff. It was awesome. You if you want to boil the oil out of your driveway, put some Dr Pepper on it. a couple of months ago I had the old changed my truck and the godless all can underneath the truck and I get home and I thought I was leaking oil. So I'm going to put the Dr Pepper all night. While I can't believe that Dr Pepper has become a thorough cleaning product on the fix. Partly. What's leftover when you're done cleaning strike? Well, what if you're like a mountain dew fan does that work? You know I don't I don't. I can't. I can't comment on that because I've never tried to mountain dew. Okay. All right. So Am I gonNA waste of buck on out and do see if it works. All right. So. Big Show today, I had the most colossal day in in in in the world ever had to move my daughter to one of the big schools in the state. So I did that while I was there popped a tyre on campus. So had to pull over the road it only one hundred and thirty eight degrees with no trees but I did change the tire into the spare. So this this took me a moment and wore me out because you know on modern cars, they put little tiny tiny Jacks in there you know to Jack up the car. So it's just that much more difficult. Anyway no problem got done. Got Back up on the road and home and drove. Driveway and everything was wet

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The Good Pirate

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:35 min | 1 year ago

The Good Pirate

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the

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Australia's Extreme Heat

Environment: NPR

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Australia's Extreme Heat

"By and large are pretty direct people so it figures walking into Mary Con Yards House west of Sydney. She would get right to the point. Good how are you hot cooking here? It's about thirty eight degrees Celsius outside one hundred Fahrenheit which is relatively cool compared to what it's been like this frontal at least it keeps some of the heat out some not much. Three fans are humming in Conrad's living room. The lights are off to save money on electricity in con- yards banks cleaned to her forehead like she just got out of the shower. Just vacuumed ZANU. Coming and this is what happens to me. Lives in community housing a rental unit for lower income. People that's located in Greater West Sydney a fast growing part of the country's largest city that a few months ago held another distinction the hottest place on Earth about one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit or as Conard puts it. It was hot and when its stinking hot door. Just you know hot hot like it is on this day. Conard like many people in West. Sydney has a really hard time running. The air conditioner. Day is not an option. It's too expensive so is moving. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. You WanNa do things but the heat just zaps it out of you. Heat waves as well as being a silent killer. It's a social killer. Lucinda coats is a scientist with risk. Frontiers a private research center that focuses on natural hazards like bushfires cyclones and flooding about twenty years ago. Coats had the grim task of cataloging. How many people? Each of those natural disasters had historically killed in Australia. And that's when we first thinking hang on a minute hate wives. They seem to have killed more people than all the other natural hazards combined. Yes all other hazards combined with elderly people in the poor. Most at risk code says it's too soon to know how many people may have died during this past. Summer's extreme heat but history might provide a somber clue in one thousand nine thirty nine in two thousand nine. Australia had devastating bushfires black Friday and black Saturday as they're now called both were preceded by heat waves and those heatwaves alone code says are each believed to have killed more than four hundred people the deadliest fire a hundred and seventy three is twice as many as succumb to the bushfires but the heat waves didn't get nearly the same attention. It was all fire photos of crying families. And cinch teddy bears and you can see why the the newsworthy bushfire is a terrifying thing but heatwaves. How can you take a picture of a heatwave? I've got a powerpoint presentation with a young chap just holding a water bottle and drinking out of the water bill. That's that's my picture of a heatwave. So it's really hard to communicate the immediate danger and there's a fast growing need to communicate that danger. A recent climate report by the Australian government found the country has warmed by more than one degree Celsius just in the last century. Extreme heat events are increasing in frequency as is the risk of extreme fire and extreme flooding. All of which has happened in Australia and just the last few months. Sebastian vouch is a research fellow at western Sydney University. Who's focusing on climate change in urban heat? Everything's extreme. It's exactly like how scientists for thirty years predict climate change to actually pan out and it's not twenty thirty forty or fifty anymore. It's twenty twenty. We have it. It's happening vouches. There are ways you can build for heat. For example houses could be painted. Certain color to reflect light. Green or living roofs could provide insulation. Houses could be built smaller with more room for treason greenspace. Australia is updating. Its National Construction Code in twenty twenty. Two and extreme heat is being considered in the changes but new codes would primarily be aimed at new buildings and the people most affected by heat tend to be folks like Mary concert living in older buildings that were designed long before bouts of extreme heat. Were much of a thought. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate the refi. Have my head and being able to pay pay for it and do that but I think sometimes it's poor design went with public housing. The nonprofit that LISA'S COGNAC. Thome knows this is an issue. Divisional Manager Heather Chaffee says she hears it from clients all the time for us as a housing provider. Tricky housing market. It's it's distressing to be honest. When often doesn't own the homes they rent chaffee says so? It makes it hard to make modifications instead. They focused on warning tenants. When extreme heat is coming but she knows that's not enough heat. She says is a global social justice issue. It's the poorest people that are going to suffer them iced so she says there needs to be a larger societal discussion about how we prepare for extreme heat because as a summer just showed. It's already

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Chicago Weather: Wind Advisory In Effect, Weekend Warmup Ahead

The Opening Bell

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Wind Advisory In Effect, Weekend Warmup Ahead

"What's a check on the weekend whether it's colder today and if you're going out tonight is going to be cold but then it gets gets a lot better a lot warmer Steve yeah and then we will end of the weekend bill looks like it's going to be the best that we have to deal with a little bit of that cold weather today and the wind to which is a big deal there is a wind advisory in effect until nine AM on radio this morning we see just a little bit of leftover snow light snow over northwest Indiana around portage and around operate so that's moving quickly out of the area it's going to be today near thirty eight degrees but feel like more in the twenties because of the winds decreasing clouds as the day goes a long wind gusts of up to forty miles per hour this morning tonight clear skies a low down to twenty five Saturday breezy with a high near fifty two but Saudi and increasing clouds on Sunday a high near sixty two right now in Chicago thirty three degrees the wind chill is

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WTOP

"To thirty eight degrees in friendship heights forecast and I brought you buying land and the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week seven twenty one a bill that would ban the sale of assault style weapons moves ahead in Virginia tonight WTOP Jon Arryn report it's moved out of the house of delegates committee despite strong opposition DJ Speicher is with the national rifle association this bill does not make anybody safer this better not make for June safer after the vote in the house committee on public safety gun owners in the room erupted in protest forcing capitol police to clear the room the bill would ban the sale of certain semi automatic firearms including popular A. R. fifteen style rifles John Aaron WTOP news a whistleblower says the company that protects DC government properties failed to find guns and bombs when testers trying to get them into some buildings and a lawsuit a former security official for DC's department of general services also says the company security assisted management hired guards with expired licenses and even guarded an empty building for months Conan Bruce's says he was fired after he raised concerns about the company and claims top government officials ignored his warnings in a statement the DC general services agency told The Washington Post and satisfied with the security company seven twenty to one another school district in northern Virginia has decided to start classes before the unofficial end of summer Arlington public schools will start classes August thirty first one week before Labor Day schools in falls church and Fairfax Loudon and prince William counties will also start before Labor Day next school year and to relieve overcrowding in some schools the Arlington school board also approved moving students at three elementary schools to different locations starting in the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two school year Lisa Stangl executive director of planning and evaluation for the school district says the move positions a PS four sustainable boundary changes ahead of the fall twenty twenty boundary process Michelle bash WTOP news Hyundai is recalling about four hundred thirty thousand along trys because water can get into the anti lock brake computer causing an electrical short and maybe even an engine fire the recall covers some along trying to launch a touring models Hyundai's has the fires are possible even when your car is turned off and we have news of another recall this one affecting soft infant and toddler carriers Infantino is recalling about fourteen thousand of its carriers because buckles on the carriers can break causing babies to fall out get more details about these recalls the WTOP dot com search recall I had an money news do you by many stamps anymore even if you don't the post office says it's doing a little better financially seven twenty three Chasez.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yeah thirty eight degrees and it is a slushy sloppy mess right now in Boston some showers moving through at ten o'clock good morning I'm Nicole Davis and here's what's happening a couple of hours we're expecting to hear from president trump directly at the White House says he plans to make an announcement regarding the end of the impeachment trial and yesterday's acquittal vote on both articles as allowing him to stay in office earlier this morning the president spending time at the annual national prayer breakfast and while he was there it took a couple of minutes to talk about impeachment alluding to the one Republican who crossed party lines Mitt Romney I don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran reports the choice to convict by the former Massachusetts governor now putting in a direct line of fire from the president and his supporters to the president and the senator from Utah have a tumultuous past and run the predicted his decision would bring swift retribution Donald Trump junior saying Ronnie the twenty twelve Republican presidential nominee should be expelled from the party the president tweeting had failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney devoted the same energy and anger to defeating a faltering Barack Obama as he sanctimonious Lee does to me he could have won the election now Romney a senator for you tell these days spoke about his decision with market Leibovitz of The New York Times what kind of consequences do you think you'll you'll indoor for the unimaginable I I don't know what they'll be there some I know I've I've I know the big consequence and and I I just have to recognize that can Romney voting to convict on just one of the two articles abuse of power making the final vote on that charge fifty three to forty seven Ronnie though did stay within party ranks for the second article obstruction of Congress that vote yesterday fifty two to forty eight meantime here in Massachusetts just hours after that vote protesters made their way into Boston right by the common WBZ's Karen regal.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees in Boston at eight o'clock good evening I'm don Hoff here's what's happening the death toll rising in the corona virus that broke out in China forties tonight saying the death toll now up to one hundred thirty two a total of nearly six thousand cases reported the update coming shortly after a plane carrying Americans from Wuhan departed on its way to anchorage Alaska where the travelers will be re screen for the virus hospitals are prepared to trade or quarantine people who may be infected then the plane is scheduled to fly to California a Japanese chartered flight carrying two hundred six evacuees from Wuhan has arrived in Tokyo and Washington several days of opening arguments by house managers and the president's defense team in the Senate impeachment trial have now concluded tomorrow a new phase begins as we hear from CBS's bill Rakoff lawmakers will write their questions down on paper which will then be vetted by their caucus to make sure they're not repetitive then they'll go to Chief Justice John Roberts who will perform his biggest role in the impeachment trial date and read those questions out loud then the president's legal team or the house managers will have five minutes or less to answer the questions the total time for the Q. and a session sixteen hours spread out over Wednesday and Thursday Democrats including senator ed Markey are calling for former national security adviser John Bolton to testify I would prefer that the Chief Justice be able to determine a witness in being fit to be called if they have relevant information and I think under that standard Bolton would be called and hunter bike would obviously not be called meantime there is word tonight Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told senators privately he does not yet have the votes to block new witnesses Harvard professor Charles lever being held pending a detention hearing later on this week WBZ TV is Tiffany chan tells us lever is facing federal charges the Harvard chemistry professor was indicted for lying to federal agents about his work with the Chinese run government program that prosecutors.

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Goodbye snow squalls, hello cold

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Goodbye snow squalls, hello cold

"On the three we've dealt with some snow showers and the snow squalls today through parts of the area still some lingering effects belong Cape and a little bit of snow activity and also along the coast of Maine and New Hampshire some snow squalls to deal with the wise guys gonna start to clear tonight it's gonna be cold night though very windy in fact the wind advisories up to one AM four gusts of up to fifty miles an hour especially Cape in over the islands it'll be chilly to with the low of twenty two the real feels will be in the single digits tomorrow little breezy the little chilly but not as harsh as of today a high of thirty two clouds and some breaks of sun on Friday breezy milder in the afternoon high of fifty one couple showers possible in a few spots Friday night and Saturday it'll be warm into the low sixties it will be windy though and there be some rain around as well pretty much same story for Sunday right now it is thirty eight degrees in

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees in Boston at nine o'clock good evening I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening a man and a man who was shot on new year's eve just before midnight and Lawrence has now been identified thirty five year old Wilson heavier of Salem New Hampshire was found with the gunshot wound and pronounced dead at Lawrence general investigations ongoing no word yet on any suspects or motives the NBA announced today that former long time commissioner David stern has died after a brain hemorrhage Sir is credited with transforming the league into the power house it is today first thirty years as commissioner he was seventy seven this is CBS reporter Steve Overmyer NBA commissioner Adam silver releasing a statement saying because of David the NBA is truly a global brand making him not one of the only the greatest sports commissioners of all time but one of the most influential business leaders of his generation went on to say every member of the NBA family as a beneficiary of David's vision generosity and inspiration New Hampshire going about legalizing online sports betting that the second New England state to do so after Rhode Island they opened up the sign up on Monday the state says more than six thousand people have already registered to participate in sports betting here in Massachusetts there are a few new laws coming our way in the new year WBZ's James Ross tells us some will save you money many others will force you to spend a little more while the minimum wage is going up the state's income tax will fall to five percent that was approved by voters two decades ago and is expected to help out hundreds of thousands of workers in Massachusetts on the other hand we are the first state in the country to ban flavor tobacco and vaping products there will also be a seventy five percent excise tax on E. cigarettes that law which takes effect on June first also bans the selling a flavor tobacco products including menthol cigarettes James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio violence outside the US embassy in a rock has US marines being deployed for added security CBS news correspondent Johnny Fernandez reports the violence comes as America buys.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bringing about the warmest moments in life find your true north only in Minnesota this is for the soda dot com coming into grand casino this month and scored ten thousand dollars cash it's a power play the game that just might make you ten thousand Bucks every twenty minutes during the game somebody's winning caps and the minimum the wind is two hundred fifty dollars so come in Saturday November sixteenth or Saturday November thirtieth cross your fingers for life and make a play for a total windfall crazy now let your story begin here's your channel five I witness news weather forecast for today expect a high of forty six with cloudy skies and a little tonight of thirty two for Monday a high of forty three with partly cloudy skies and a low of thirty currently it's thirty eight degrees here myself we welcome back to the mom show here on my top one oh seven one and streaming at my talk one oh seven one eight dot com you can always go to the mom show page and just go my top one of someone that comes word of mom show from care counseling Dr Andrew Hutchinson and John Hutchison are here giving us some holiday stress survival tips and were also would love to hear from you if you have some tips that help you and your family we would love for you to share the number again is six five one six four one one oh seven one at six five one six four one one oh seven one like we had a great tip from our my talker Kim who gave us some ideas about how she has made and her gift giving more intentional about yes you know I I you know I do come from the gifts with the story thing and.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Go back to what he said he asked the president and the president said according to someone I don't want a quid pro quo that's simple here's your forecast mother nature has turned the page right into winter for lots of places across the U. S. a low pressure system moves off leaving quite a few inches of early season so behind in New England and the Adirondacks and some possible record lows or at least below average temps throughout much of the northeast terms of settled into the twenties and thirties as well across the northern plains and upper Midwest for the first part of the weekend the rest of the country will see mostly average temperatures that is except for the extreme upper tier where a new blast of arctic air pushes cold and snow across the Canadian border hi temps today could reach forty two in Fargo North Dakota unlikely thirty eight degrees for Ithaca New York probably forty seven in DC seventy seven in Tampa sixty five in Houston eighty six in Phoenix seventy eight in Sacramento and fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's a check of your national forecast from red eye radio I'm Jan Johnson no California now mandates that you initial four pages and sign a fifth page of a twenty three page document stating that you've done your research before choosing a solar contractor the state does is because there's so many bad actors out there and that's why I love telling about Palomar solar and roof these are one of the good guys so there's a whole process here yeah when you're doing your research here you go to the California state license board website and you can look up any contractor for having to come to your house and we got to Seoul you got to make sure they have a C..

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go back to what he said he asked the president and the president said according to someone I don't want a quid pro quo that's simple here's your forecast mother nature has turned the page right into winter for lots of places across the U. S. a low pressure system moves off leaving quite a few inches of early season so behind in New England and the Adirondacks and some possible record lows or at least below average temps throughout much of the northeast terms of settled into the twenties and thirties as well across the northern plains and upper Midwest for the first part of the weekend the rest of the country will see mostly average temperatures that is except for the extreme upper tier where a new blast of arctic air pushes cold and snow across the Canadian border hi temps today could reach forty two in Fargo North Dakota a likely thirty eight degrees for Ithaca New York probably forty seven in DC seventy seven in Tampa sixty five in Houston eighty six in Phoenix seventy eight in Sacramento and fifty seven degrees in Seattle that's a check of your national forecast from red eye radio I'm Jan Johnson the holidays are on an Old Navy we're all jeans all pants all sweaters and all our where are on sale up to fifty percent off now gene started just fifteen Bucks for adults ten Bucks for kids all the looks you love even this season's must have plaid styles.

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Tokyo Olympics prepare for heat effect

Correspondents Report

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Tokyo Olympics prepare for heat effect

"The Japanese are renowned for their organizations. It's no great surprise that with a year ago before the Olympic Games in Tokyo preparations are well on track the venues these are in the final stages of construction and ticket sales have exceeded expectations but one problem facing these games is likely to be outside. Japan's control control a North Asia correspondent. Jake's term the reports from the host city with all the fanfare. You'd expect baked read one year to go from one of the world's greatest sporting contests Japanese band Tokyo Scou- Paradise Orchestra enthusiastically marked the occasion the answer. He's a resounding yes certainly according to International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach. I have never seen an Olympic city as is prepare this Tokyo with one year to go before the Olympic Games the goals for next year a more modest than they were in nineteen sixty four. When the Tokyo Olympics showcased bullet trains futuristic designs and a new expressway to documents Japan's recovery following World War. Two organizers houses have been under pressure to cut costs and side. I've saved billions by using existing venues. Tokyo is building new venues but using thirty-five temporary temporary or older venues and has been unprecedented demand for tickets to get into those venues when sales began for Australians earlier this ninety eighty six percent sold out within one hour here in Japan more than three point. Two million domestic tickets were sold in the first phase last month. The question is will everyone stay. According to the Mizuho Research Institute. There'll be a shortfall of fourteen thousand hotel rooms pungent. Ngeny Content Obama's watch to compare the institute's Chief Economist Takayuki. Miyajima says some visitors without reservations might be forced to stay in places is like Manga Cafes Karaoke parlours. He says such accommodation wouldn't satisfy tourists nor create a favorable environment for local residents students. One option could to bring in a cruise ship to help address the shortfall no matter where any tourists stay one thing. I'll need is. Air Conditioning Hot and humid Japanese summers or anything but comfortable. I asked Australian Volleyball Damien Shuman who's in Tokyo this week for an Olympic taste of ain't what it was like to play in such humidity Massey factor. It's it's quite a big factor. I mean we'll we'll play. We'll play in Europe and all Europeans and used to that and you know I was five degrees in Russia one year where we played in two thousand and seven A. and and you know it's in summer market to twenty six and sometimes it gets thirty and stuff and everyone's freaking out but yeah when you playing you know thirty eight degrees and you know I think it's seventy percent humidity or whatever it is <hes> you know you're on cold and you literally trying to get Aaron Inbetween points and you just breathing in fire and honestly honestly the teams that handled the mental saw to that <hes> have a huge advantage so yeah where the plies massive especially you know you're in the middle of the day in the sun and tennis is a bit similar Louis and that sort of pressure cooker environment when you've got the sand as well in the heat reflecting off the sand at some pretty hot I asked John Coates the head of the I._R._S.. Save Coordination Commission for the Twenty Twenty Games and Australia's Olympic Committee president what organizers had planned to try to get around to potentially deadly. They hate wife or in <hes> you never know but <hes> it was a very big wake up call for us last year the the heat wave that they had the mortalities as they had across Japan and <hes> along with transport. It's really been the major focus for us. We for the events have moved saved a number of events earlier. <hes> the rice walking the marathon we've taken of into y from the middle of the die of those things that we could do to with the events themselves the use of water sprays <hes> non reflective pavements for the marathon walkers marathoners and walkers a lot more coverage for spectators as they queuing up to gary do a venue <hes> a lot more medical attention avaiable and the ad for the public and the bigger areas so doing all of that the you know the techie municipal governments tag unitary seriously as long as the organizing committee whether we'll get the extreme temperatures statistis now white and see with my need ago I but I think we can give it enough attention the I. O..

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Seasons on Mars

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Seasons on Mars

"It's a chilly, two degrees Fahrenheit today with expected, lows near one hundred thirty eight degrees below zero now you can get a daily weather report on Mars innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A new public tool developed by Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory gives anyone interested in checking out the Mars, weather website, and up to date weather report on Mars, the auxiliary payload subsystem a package of sensors on Nastase insight. Lander provides around the clock weather information, including temperature wind an air pressure, readings insights main instruments. The Landers size monitor and heat flow probe are affected by the extreme temperature. Swings of Mars air pressure changes and wind create movements that mask actual Mars quakes, so AP s will help researchers filter out in. Vire mental noise in the seismic, data, and as an additional windfall. The instruments provide a detailed view of what's going on, on the planet as the seasons change. And give us all a glimpse of weather on an alien world for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulling animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thirty eight degrees tomorrow morning fog, then partly cloudy, a high of fifty six it's currently thirty seven CBS news update. No border closing. At least not right now. President Trump says he's giving Mexico a year to show a continued commitment to slowing the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs into the US, the drugs, don't stop Mexico can stop them if they want we're gonna tariff the cars, the cars are very big bet doesn't work. We're gonna close the border CBS's. Steven Portnoy with business interests raising alarms about the economic impact of sealing off the border. The president has now backed off his threat. He now says he'll give the Mexican government one year. Warning, if Mexico doesn't do more to stop the flow of drugs in migrants, he says he'll impose a new tariff on cars. And then he says if that doesn't work he will close the border with tariffs on cars. Could also damage the economy, so says, economists full shed tariffs on goods from Mexico would cause a problem for the US economy would make goods more expensive for US consumers. Would harm production the United States? So I think on net you'd be negative for the US economy. She news update. I'm Jim shanavie. WTMJ news time three thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center, the man guilty for his role in the death of Milwaukee. Police officer is awaiting his sentencing this afternoon WTMJ's. Tony bedrock is live in the breaking news center. John the sentencing hearing for Ladele Harrison underway right now Harrison is the man who fled from police in June leading to the crash of a Milwaukee swat car that killed officer. Charles Irvine junior officer driving that Suad Matthew shoals, the offering a victim statement today, author Charles Irvine junior can tell you with unwavering certainty that he was a good honest, hardworking, ma'am, and on June seven twenty eighteen we attempted to conduct a traffic stop on his polar opposite and Ladele. Harrison, a judge right now is valuating the charges we expect to learn today. Whether a fourteen year old boy in Kentucky is really Timothy pits in a boy from Illinois who went missing in twenty eleven when he was just six years old DNA tests results are set to come out this. Afternoon. Today's team Jay force, Rebecca cloth is in Kentucky where the boy turned up on Wednesday. She joined us moments ago waiting for the results. And the most interesting thing is everybody has a theory. But at the end of the day, it's going to be I guess right now with the science the boy claimed he escaped from two kidnappers in the Cincinnati area will bring you the very latest developments throughout the afternoon. Anyone who's used the Kilborn tunnels to exit or enter forty three. Northbound knows they're a little old. Thanks to that. We have one of the first freeway projects or the construction season beginning next week water dripping on your windshield and ominous cracks in the walls and ceilings means the city of Milwaukee will need to do some long-term closures of the Kilborn avenue on and off ramp tunnels starting on Monday, the Kilborn on ramp to forty three northbound will be fully closed until June. You'll see signs posted directing you to use thought elect McKinley or the six three on ramps after this first phase is done. They'll close the forty-three northbound offramp to kill born from June until October. These closures will also affect. The MacArthur square parking garage.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees in Boston at twelve noon. Good afternoon, I'm Doug cope. And here's what's happening. Democrats are calling it the climate action now act they say lays the groundwork for initiatives. Expanding clean energy house speaker Nancy Pelosi. Clear. National security experts have spoken. This is a national security issue. She says the measure they're introducing what combat climate change by reducing carbon pollution and honoring. The Paris agreement commitments made by the US under the Obama administration policy went on to say Republicans have no real plan to combat climate change. Well, listen ever Nabokov is I have a homicide on their hands. Also, a suspect on the loose WBZ. Sheri, small with the latest just after nine o'clock last night. A man in his fifties was found stabbed on the street on Bradford terrace residential area in Everett. This was the last good area of this city into weeks changed Chris has lived in the neighborhood for twenty years. He says it's the second stabbing here in the last two weeks. I want to sell the house and get out there. Because I got a daughter that I gotta worry about how old's your daughter twelve. She walked home from school every day. And even though it's not late at night. It's still it's it's horrible. The victim was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The DA's office has not released. His name police are still searching for a suspect in Everett. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio after to Arlington girls were stuck with a syringe WBZ's. Karyn regal went to look at a Roxbury school that's been plagued with a litter of drug paraphernalia. WBZ's? Karyn regal. Oh, we'll just found the needle. I walked outside the orchid garden school in Roxbury with community activists. Domingo's to Rosa. We found five just a few feet off school.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees in Boston at eleven o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening paying bribes to get some kids into elite schools. Federal prosecutors in Boston charge fifty people in a college admissions bribery scheme. The charges were announced in Boston. US attorney Andrew we're talking about deception and fraud fake test scores fake athletic credentials. Bribes college official the masterminded the scheme. Rick singer was based here in southern California. He has pleaded guilty. His attorney says he plans to fully cooperate. Most of those charged were parents including two actresses, Lori Lachlan, and Felicity Huffman Huffman made her first court appearance here in L A. Steve Futterman CBS news at the federal courthouse in Los Angeles Huffman released after posting a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond Lachlan has not yet been arrested fall river's embattled mayor Jason Korea still on the job tonight following today's recall election. Voters had a two part belt the recall, then if that was approved five way contest to elect a mayor Correa was recalled, but then got the most votes putting him back in office earlier in the day Korea expressing confidence. He would keep his job. I don't think it's been a distraction. Right. I think that the people you might have talked to are are people like the city council seems to be distracted people with political agendas people with political vendettas, those the people that are distracted. I certainly haven't been distracted. It's been six months, and there's not been a beat missed the mayor declined to step down after being charged last year with defrauding investors in an app he had developed six years in prison for Australian cardinal, George Pell. The highest ranking Catholic official to be convicted of Charles sex-abuse. Emma, O'Sullivan is with Australia's network ten these.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's thirty eight degrees under cloudy skies in Boston. And it's five o'clock. Stone cold lie. That's what President Trump said today about Michael Cohen's claim that he never asked President Trump for a pardon ABC's Andy Field with more the president insisting former lawyer Michael Cohen committed perjury again in his latest public testimony. Michael Kohn lied about the part. Stone-cold lie. Mr. Trump going further on Twitter saying Cohen directly asked him for a pardon at about a job at the White House things. Michael Cohen swore under oath. He didn't do Cohen responding on Twitter saying, quote, it's just another set of lives by the president Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Former Fox News executive Bill shine steps down today from his role as White House communications director his new mission to get President Trump reelected come twenty twenty ABC's Mona Khazar Abdi with more a swift departure. The White House announcing communications director Bill shine will be stepping down less than a year after taking the job shine is the fifth person to have served in that position under the Trump administration and said he'll be joining Trump's twenty twenty reelection campaign as a senior adviser President Trump says he looks forward to working with shine on the campaign, Monaco, Sarabki ABC news, Capitol Hill, five oh, two and the Hampshire man whose girlfriend was killed as the two drove. Away from a nightclub in Manchester. Manchester was in court today. Jeremy Winslow arraigned on drug and motor vehicle charges. Kim Tunnicliffe was there appearing by video Jeremy Winslow put his head down and cried when his attorney brought up the night is girlfriend. Tanya hall was shot in the back as the two drove away from a club. After some kind of confrontation with a group inside Winslow has a lengthy criminal background defense. Attorney Mark Osborne. Argued for personal recognizance for his client on new charges of cocaine possession and driving with a suspended license. Osborne. Told the judge Winslow is a victim in all this. I can't overlook the fact nor should anybody else that my client was fired upon as he drove away. What does that make him? But if it the state argued for ten thousand dollars cash bail, citing outstanding warrants for Winslow in three States, Kim Tunnicliffe, WBZ, Austin's NewsRadio. And this just into the newsroom. A skier is dead on a New Hampshire mountain this afternoon. State. Police are responding right now to Cana. And mountain ski resort to investigate. What they're calling an accident. We are working the story, and we'll bring you more Boston police are on the defense over an arrest of an illegal immigrant at a construction site. And yes, I was involved that story coming up snow.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees under overcast skies at three o'clock after noon. This is WBZ news from Rockport Tahal to plot. The snow cleanup goes on. And it's a race against the decrees setting in later tonight. We begin our coverage this hour with WBZ TV's to shawnee Whitlow in Boston Globe skies right now. But the biggest winter storm of the season left behind snowpacks street school cancellations and thousands without power throughout the state. Snowy start to your workweek. After a winter storm dumped nearly fourteen inches of wet heavy snow in parts of Boston. Plows struggling to keep up the road. Totally clear. The the side roads role iffy. But the highways Claire mayor Marty Walsh said Boston dispatched six hundred and sixty pieces of snow equipment with twenty six thousand tons of salt on hand to tackle any storm. He's reminding landlords and business owners. It's their responsibility to shovel their sidewalks or pay a fine. And governor Charlie Baker has everyone should plan to allow for extra time this afternoon for travel, and of course, later on as well, the big task is going to be to make sure everybody gets home. Okay. And that we do enough treatment. So that is the temperature starts to fall which everybody knows it's going to fall tonight tomorrow morning. Doesn't turn into a big issue with respect is. And people a lot of you are heating that message. You know from experience at a bad shovel out is like a winter hangover that won't go away. Kim Tunnicliffe reports it's a race against time for Mike fish from Needham. Who's out shoveling the driveway and walkways with his son VJ? They're trying to get it done before the deep freeze sets in and turns everything to ice our second time out here we did around when inside eight something in our back. What's your concern about the the deep freeze tonight? Just that if we ended up leaving a bunch of stuff here, it's just going to be impossible to get out of our small driveway here and this busy street. So we just have to deal VJ isn't too concerned about the impending bitter cold. He's got other things on his mind. I don't know if I get a snow day tomorrow that'd be good too in Needham. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio updating.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty eight degrees under cloudy skies in Boston at seven thirty on this Wednesday evening. Good evening. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. A federal judge has decided that former Trump campaign chair. Paul Manafort, lied to the special counsels team and breached his plea agreement. The decision means Manafort is unlikely to receive a lighter sentence for the crimes he has pled guilty to US district court judge Amy Berman Jackson found that Manafort light in three of the five occurrences cited by the special counsel manafort's attorneys had argued that while he might have forgotten some details he did not lie to attorneys investigating Russia's attempt to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election as they continue on Capitol Hill. President Trump addressed the nation's sheriffs and police chiefs today, we showing them he will get border security in order to help them do their jobs despite getting billions less than he requested for a border barrier. And no new wall since he took office, the president told law enforcement officials the wall is very very. On it's way, it's happening as we speak. We're building as we speak. In fact, the US only replaced and repaired existing wall and the budget deal covers only fifty five miles of metal fencing Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. Bristol County sheriff Tom Hodgson is at that conference in Washington and tells WBZ the wall is the answer. If you could imagine Logan airport having no partitions and telling everybody when they get their tickets, just go to the areas where the scanners are. I would venture to say not too many people are gonna wait line. Probably just gonna walk right through with go to their gates, and that's what's going on with the border. So lots of people the border patrol people sheriff's we know what needs to be dug we've known it for years, so congress they just want to put their politics over the safety and security of this nation. Hodson acknowledges that individuals could get over or under the wall, but says that will not be an easy task. And drones would pick them up before they could get very far on this side of the border. Boston police are asking for your help to identify those responsible for a violent assault in the south end around two forty five AM Saturday police responded to a call for help in the area of Harrison avenue and face street and found a semi conscious adult male lying on the ground. The victims spoke today with WBZ TV's Louisa Muller instead he's lucky to be alive. Us inside. And they started hitting my friend face.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The three. Thirty eight degrees in Boston affair sky. We're looking for a sunny day today with a high fifty three degrees. There are the president talking border security and other topics with CBS news yesterday. I'm Tom Foty, I heard of the Super Bowl and his state of the union message tomorrow. President Trump did a wide ranging interview with CBS face the nation. One topic the future of the Robert Muller Russia meddling finding will that be made public accepted, the attorney general, I don't know it depends. I have no idea what it's going to say also house speaker Nancy Pelosi's insistence on no money for his border wall. I think she's very bad for our country. She knows that you need a barrier. She knows that we need border security, this ongoing dispute eleven days before temporary funding runs out for some government departments and a possible rerun of the shutdown Tom forty CBS news, Washington. More and more calls for Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam to resign this after a photo on his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page shows a man in black face and another wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood north says he is not in the photo and has apologize Northam. Who has a democrat is here. From both Democrats and Republicans who say he should step down WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio is now available on over two thousand devices. So if you have a new smart speaker, make sure your setup to hear WBZ anytime, you want just say Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio back to the Super Bowl. Now is a patriots come home with our Nive Lombardi trophy, Tom Brady with Jim Nance on the podium, and some special guests little.

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Got me a car service to go down to PTI and come back. I left PTI at a right around six o'clock, and it was snowing, but it was thirty eight degrees. And there was no acute. I don't mean. A little. There was no accumulation on Connecticut avenue, Nebraska avenue. Now, I'm having it's almost as they prepared and put down a Brian solution. Engine that they did that. However, there was a certain amount of lupton's to do that. Because rain was going to be ahead of the snow. And if you put that solution to early super wash wet just support. When they underperformed I'm happy when they get it wrong to my benefit. They got a wrong. I will say this in their defense that round was so cold that it did not this morning plow clean the five with her. Turn to ice was ice here that just a regular snow day. Yes. But but the panic of the commute did not materialize. And they tried to make us feel crazy said I'm happy when it under face. Try hard shifted their forecast. They went from one to three down to a dusting to potentially two. And yes, this was to get you off the roads. But you're looking at temperature and road conditions downtown where you have heat build up from all of the people in there. There was a period of some two to four prognostication which they backed off you know, what I hope you drive downtown. And I hope you get stuck in a snow squall. Deafening. That benefit anybody make for some good podcasting tomorrow. I guess also let me say that we are here today and tomorrow, we're not here Friday, that's just taking the day off. But I think maybe the Super Bowl Sunday cla maybe I would show up our two before the game not gonna stay 'cause Because I don't. I don't think it'd be a good Super Bowl mango. Tony guys be open for the Super Bowl. It's going to be forty five degrees. I'm just wondering. Yeah. Yes. I think so we're not open this morning. But we'll be a world all day. We're open at the regular world eleven AM. Right. Yeah..

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U.K. lawmakers' Brexit standoff appears to irk Queen Elizabeth

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

U.K. lawmakers' Brexit standoff appears to irk Queen Elizabeth

"To warring politicians lawmakers on all sides of the increasingly tense Brexit debate haven't trading barbs, increasingly so in recent weeks, Prime Minister Theresa may trying to. Push ahead with the divorce deal. She negotiated with leaders of the EU despite overwhelming rejection by the parliament, it's eleven forty eight right now in Boston pretty sunny out there. We've got thirty eight degrees. And again the wind kicking up today. So feels more like in the twenties, brisk and cold tonight. Low fifteen to twenty to get the full forecast coming up in about five minutes. Well, a judge is agreeing to changes to the legal team representing disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is rape

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Both New York City and state officials say they are preparing to salt and plow roadways depending on accumulation. Tonight, partly cloudy. We'll have a low around twenty three degrees, currently thirty eight degrees. And it's overcast at six. Oh, six. Support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro, and Mary Louise Kelley we begin this hour as we started our program for the last three and a half weeks with large parts of the federal government shutdown. There is no end in sight for the stalemate that has now stretched to twenty six days leaders on both sides are not talking but members of the house problem solvers, many of whom are Democrats had lunch with the president today. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said on Twitter this afternoon that the meeting was constructive. And that the group now has a good understanding of what each side wants democratic congressman Josh Scott hammer of New Jersey was one of the members of that bipartisan meeting, and he joins us now. Welcome. Thanks for having me. Do you agree with Sarah Sanders that it was a constructive meeting? Do you feel like you have a better understanding of what the president wants? I certainly thought it was productive. We met as a bipartisan group in the situation room this morning. I think both sides listen to each other. I think we both walked away believing. There was a way forward. There is a way forward. You know, what we've made very clear is we've got to open up the government we've got to do. So now, there's a group that and I think significant group in congress of both parties and both as that are willing to sit down and talk to one another and and deal with some of the toughest issues in our country, but you've got to reopen the government, you know, our our security our safety our economy our archive been compromised, we've got millions of families suffering. So we've got to get the government reopen, but there's also a real desire for both sides to sit down and find a way forward so up until now Republican leaders have said they will not reopen the government without an agreement to fund the wall. Are you saying that seems negotiable now? I would say that. I don't wanna get into. It's okay. All the specifics of our conversation in in the room this morning. But I'll say that. I think both sides did listen to another as Sarah Sanders said on both sides heard where where he's coming from. And I think that's very important, which is why I think you've got to keep talking to another. We've gotta sit at the table because there's too much at risk. You've got to get the open. I know I think on some of the issues that many talking about we think there is a bipartisan agreement to be had. But it's very difficult to do. Under these circumstances. So you can't really have a proper discussion. These circumstances dramatically over simplify the possible. Endgame scenarios on one hand, either side could get everything they want the two more likely scenario seemed to be I congress agrees to fund a less than the president is asking for. I don't know. Maybe it's two point five billion rather than five billion. And the second scenario is that the government reopens the negotiation happens an agreement is reached on border security afterwards does one of those more likely to than the other at this point. Well, I think what's most likely that getting without revealing all the conversation. You know, I think what is most likely I believe a way out of this is that both sides are going to have to be willing to knock it everything they want those sides are going to have to be willing to put a little faith in actually in reopen the government, but also being willing to sit at the table and have these conversations and and and looking for that path pathway and toll we actually. Until we do that. It's very difficult to solve this problem. And I think what what we heard in this meeting and from both sides is there's a real desire to get out of this. But it's going to take us to your point on. He just said it's going to really take us willing to not get every both sides, not get everything they want to get most of what they want. You're saying that there is this was a constructive meeting is actually the most optimistic thing I've heard out of anybody in the last near nearly a month. So just in our final minute. What is the next step? Is it the leaders to get together with the president is it more lower level negotiations? Yes, or no, I I think the congress the negotiations that are going to happen over whether we're talking about. Immigration, fixing immigration and border security. Those those conversations have to happen at the leadership level. And I think we talked about that today. That's but but. The why I am. I thought the conversation. Your point was constructive. I I am optimistic because we're actually talking, and I think you need to do more of that. And that's the point. All right. Democratic congressman Joshua hammer of New Jersey. Thanks so much. Thanks, brad. Previous government shutdowns usually ended after a few days. This one has now gone on longer a lot longer. It's now at record length so trying to calculate its effect on the economy is more complicated, though. Even the Trump administration is now the shutdown will eat into economic growth NPR's, Jim zarroli reports White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett has sometimes downplayed the impact of the shutdown on the economy. But yesterday, he seemed to have a different take. He said the impact would be twice as much as previous estimates. Here. He was in an interview on FOX business network. The government workers that aren't getting pay are feeling the pain, and it's going to really affect the economy as well. The White House says. Every week that the shutdown drags on. It will shave another point one three percent off of economic growth that's pretty small, but it adds up over time. Some eight hundred thousand federal workers are not being paid now. And that doesn't include the four million contract workers. Many of whom are also going without pay. That's already beginning to affect the spending behavior of federal employees. There are people like Sophia Bogart who works at NASA on a Mars exploration project. I mean, it's a dream job. I would just love to be able to do it right now. Bogart works on contract, which means she's mostly not getting paid. And unlike civil servants, she won't be made whole later, so she's given up dinners out and exercise classes and even sold her car to raise cash, it's changed the way that grocery shop. I've been to testing essentially on rice beans and vegetables, you know, I stopped buying pretty much any meat just because it's expensive and that kind. Pullback on spending can lead to slower growth as a whole, especially in places with a lot of federal employees. Joseph Bruce Willis chief economist at RSM says their cities such as Ogden Utah site of a large IRS facility. He's highly paid professionals educations for receiving income. We're gonna see at least at this point at least two paychecks missed by these individuals that's an entire month of pay. And that's only the initial impact of the shutdown. Macroeconomic advisers, founder Joel says sooner or later the suspension of so many government services begins to affect the broader economy federal workers process. Housing loans, pay tax refunds and approved food labels. The fact that they're not doing that. Now keeps businesses from operating and then what about disruptions because public transportation is delayed courts are closed inspections or not being done. All all of that the shutdown. Comes at a time. When the US economy has been doing pretty well unemployment has been low, but Joseph Bruce Willis says the longer the shutdown lasts the more likely. It is that the job market will suffer intact. More jobs could be lost. Then created for the first time since twenty ten and he notes this comes at a time of ongoing trade tensions between the US and China as well. As an economic slowdown in Europe and Asia, you got what I refer to a growing search tax which will show up in less. Hiring business investment wants the slowdown ends congress is expected to pay federal employees back for the time. They've lost. But the huge disruption to the economy could leave other problems in its wake previous shutdowns have hurt business confidence and left people a lot less certain that the government can address the problems it faces and that could leave a residue of uncertainty. That's a lot harder to eliminate Jim zarroli NPR news New York in New York this morning. Protesters gathered outside the headquarters of Sony Music, Entertainment in Manhattan, the group is demanding that Sony drop R and B singer R Kelly this protest was the latest development in a long saga of accusations against Kelly that he has sexually and physically abused young women for more than a quarter of a century outrage over the allegations erupted earlier this month following the six part lifetime TV docu series surviving R Kelly in which seven women accused Kelly of sexual and physical abuse. NPR's Anastazia tool costs reports that in the aftermath of this series, airing. There has been a protest at Kelly studio in Chicago and increased online pressure against the singer and several prominent musicians have spoken out against their former collaborator. Our Kelly has been one of the biggest hit makers for RCA records, which is owned by Sony. One of the organizers of this morning's protest Nabala green told NPR's Colin Dwyer that the label bears responsibility for Kelly's alleged abuses..

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"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"thirty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's thirty eight degrees under overcast skies at O'Hare. An update on the drive-by shooting death of a seven-year-old girl as she was riding in a car with her three sisters and her mom a week ago in suburban Houston. ABC's Chuck's Iverson. The reasons seven-year-old jasmine Barnes was shot dead. Based on the information we received this was likely a case of mistaken identity in Houston, Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales says Eric black junior is one of the suspects arrested after an anonymous tip Mr. black has acknowledged his role in Jasmine's murder on what the girl's mother said. My daughter said, it was a white man forties. Rich sheriff Gonzalez, we believe now that that rep truck and the driver is most likely just a witness investigation continues. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Police say three burglars went to Jared this weekend and got away with some diamond it happened in Vernon hills Friday night, just before the nine o'clock closing time at the store at five sixty seven town line road. Police say the men smashed a display case and may have fled the scene in a gray minivan, possibly a dodge or Chrysler. No one was hurt. Cabdriver is on the north side or being alerted WGN's. Roger badesch reports at least three taxi drivers robbed at gunpoint, the Mayfair in Jefferson park neighborhoods within the same week under similar circumstances. Drivers were each sent to pick up fares that ended up being a group of young men or teens handguns were shown in all three instances. And the first two only the cab drivers personal property was taken in the third the cab was stolen. Roger badesch WGN news. Firefighters cleaned up. Diesel fuel spill in the south loop this morning WGN's. Dave, Sean has that story crews were called to a train yard in the sixteen hundred block of south lumber street around three a m a tanker truck had been filling up with diesel fuel. Began to spill resulting in a level one has met call. It's not known how much fuel spilled, but was cleaned up in a little over an hour. No, one was injured train service was not affected. Dave Schwann WGN news and the mild weather we've had we'll stick around into tomorrow, but temperatures will start to fall during the week WGN meteorologist my camera. Nick says don't look for any measurable snow. I think we'll see some flakes fly. But more of the flurry type anything that's gonna add up this week. There's a little system over the weekend that could produce a light coating of snow, but no, no major storms on the rising..

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Boston, Texas And Thirty Eight Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Boston, Texas And Thirty Eight Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Staff and does plan to work remotely as he recovers from this nine twenty on WBZ in Boston. Thirty eight degrees and partly cloudy full forecast coming up in about three Minutes mm. allies right now on thousands of immigrant teens housed at a detention facility in Texas, the safety of more than twenty three hundred young people at the south west

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Cuba without a Castro: What comes next as the revolutionary dynasty ends?

Morning Edition

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Cuba without a Castro: What comes next as the revolutionary dynasty ends?

"Be the first official meeting of the house agriculture committee since march that's when negotiations broke down over work requirements braxton booker npr news washington cuba is about to get a new leader and for the first time in more than four decades the islands president will not be castro as npr's carrie kahn reports raul castro is expected to step down this week and hand over the presidency to a younger leader at eightysix row castro says he's ready for retirement he however won't be leaving his post as the head of the island's communist party a position believed to be more powerful than the president castro selected successor will most probably be fiftysevenyearold miguel diaz canal currently cuba's first vice president among his biggest challenges ds canal must improve cuba stagnant economy reforms introduced by rao castro in two thousand eleven allowed hundreds of thousands to open private businesses but further opening of the cuban economy has stalled it's unclear whether the canal works celebrate that process or keep the brakes on carrie kahn n npr news havana you're listening to npr this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake good morning it's six oh four thirty eight degrees overcast right now immigration and customs enforcement says two hundred twenty five people were arrested over six days in the area during what it calls operation keep safe in new york thomas dekker the agency's director for enforcement and removal operations says that could be a regular week's work if his agents had more help from the nypd if we were able to and how to cooperation of new york city if we were able to work with the local pd corrections i mean these would be individuals that we can get right after jail new york city police ngos will only turn over immigrants convicted of a serious or violent felony or who are on a terrorist watchlist a spokesperson for the mayor's office says the city works with federal partners on public safety but not to be an arm of immigration enforcement public advocate letitia james is joining the push for legalizing record creation of marijuana in new york james says decriminalizing wardrobe deuce.

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Tulsa, New York and Nextgeneration discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Tulsa, New York and Nextgeneration discussed on Morning Edition

"Location with the company emily sullivan npr news washington with the possibility of airstrikes in syria following reports of a chemical attack tensions between world powers are increasing as npr's lama l arianna reports the syrian regimes ally russia has issued some threats any missiles fired by the us will be shot down those are the words of the russian ambassador to lebanon he's quoting his president vladimir putin unapproachable assad regime news network the ambassador says if the strike happens russia is also prepared to target the areas where the missiles launched from russia says it sent experts into eastern gutter a suburb near the syrian capital damascus to investigate the site of the alleged chemical attack but claims to have found no evidence russia joined the syrian civil war to fight alongside assad in two thousand fifteen moscow's largest military base in the middle east is currently in syria lebanon npr news beirut in responding to russia's threat to shoot down anymore missiles fired at syria president trump on twitter this morning says get ready russia because they will be coming nice and new and smart striking teachers and oklahoma completed their one hundred ten mile march into oklahoma city and the state capital the teacher's union has called for the walkout to continue until the legislature comes up with more money for schools anita boone joined the walkout from tulsa to oklahoma city to make a point about funding resources for public schools when i retire in five years i want to leave my speech pathology office in the better state than what i found it we can get mitch cakes and funding we can fund everything we need to get these kids to the quartet needs to be successful and make nextgeneration great oklahoma has joined a growing number of states where teachers are demanding higher salaries and more funding for resources i'm dwayne ground npr news i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york good morning it's eight oh four it's thirty eight degrees expect increasing cloudiness today with a high near fifty four degrees manhattan's top federal prosecutor will not work on.

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Rosenstein memo on Mueller gives OK to probe Manafort, Russia collusion

Colorado's Morning News

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Rosenstein memo on Mueller gives OK to probe Manafort, Russia collusion

"Before cold front comes in thursday night into friday morning they're going to bring some rain and snow with it right now looks like a lot of it will be in the morning on friday but it's going to be chilly for the rocks homeowner temperature right around forty degrees friday afternoon from cbs forum ashton altieri on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm right now thirty eight degrees and cloudy downtown it's colorado's morning news a key memo is surfacing in connection with special counsel robert muller's look into russian meddling in our two thousand sixteen election memo written last august by deputy attorney general rod rosenstein authorized special counsel robert muller to investigate allegations former trump campaign chairman paul manafort committed a crime or crimes by colluding with russian government officials it has always been thought that collusion is part of the special counsel probe but the memo appears to be the first confirmation manafort specifically is under suspicion for the special counsel included the memo to defend the scope of the investigation which manafort has challenged as too broad aaron katersky abc news new york later today law there will also be the first sentence handed down in connection with the investigation dutch national alexander's one is facing up to five years in prison but will likely get a lesser sentence the soninlaw of a russian oligarch pled guilty to lying to federal agents about his work in ukraine for pella paul manafort and in oklahoma deters role walkout for the second straight days they called for more funding for education including bigger paychecks instructor sally salman says that their demands are falling on deaf ears at the state capitol representative brought it at twice trying to talk about it because we weren't on the docket yesterday for their formal schedule and he would shut down every time oklahoma lawmakers passed a measure last week calling for six thousand dollar average pay raises for teachers but the state teacher's union has called for a ten thousand dollar salary increase it's just the latest in a rash of teacher protests across the nation we'll check in for local reaction and coming up at nine forty am we're also getting word out of the uk that a member of the royal family buckingham palace says prince philip has been admitted to a hospital queen elizabeth's husband will undergo hip surgery has been planned it'll take place tomorrow evacuations are being lifted now in.

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Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

"England wbz news time three eighteen all the snow is pretty much gone here on april second thirty eight degrees and mostly cloudy skies this monday good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the massachusetts state police will begin using body cameras and vehicle locators in cruisers this is in response to the overtime scandal at the state police winnie mandela has died the prominent antiapartheid activist passed away today and johannesburg and prosecutors said the defense began picking a jury for bill cosby's sexual assault retrial cosby is charged with drugging and sexually molesting a woman in two thousand four and this is not a good way to start the week the dow was off nearly six hundred points in the final hour of trading as concerns over a trade war continued to heat up after spending two years locked up the texas teenager who who used the socalled affluential defense on drunken driving charges is now a free man this morning the soon to be twenty one year old ethan couch walked out of the tarrant county courthouse in two thousand thirteen couch killed four people that are drunk driving crash when he was sixteen one of the prosecutors in that case richard alpert says it's hard to predict whether jail has changed couch he's been in jail for two years so you could say well that is taught him some lessons or each is bursting to get out and go back to his old behavior couches probation was transferred to the adult system after he and his mother fled to mexico in late twenty fifteen andrew greenstein for cbs news fort worth investigators in california believed the crash of an suv off a cliff may have been an intentional act five members of the hart family from washington state found dead in mendocino county investigators say there were no skid marks there were no signs the driver even hit the brakes in fact it is is believed that vehicle accelerated before plunging off the cliff three children in that family still missing it's not just students walking out of classrooms these days teachers in two states part of protests but for a different reason today in kentucky angry features outside the state capitol protesting pension changes in oklahoma thousands of teachers walking out of classrooms i'm here because i deserve more and we as teachers deserve more teachers there say the.

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China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

Morning Edition

01:44 min | 3 years ago

China imposing new tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation of Trump tariffs

"Is wnyc good morning i'm richard hake it's six eighteen f trains are delayed right now to the police activity at church avenue we do have a winter weather advisory in effect snowing right now we should see some snow mainly before ten o'clock this morning total accumulation a three to five inches for the new york city area a little more to the north and west partly cloudy tonight lows around thirty eight degrees and rain is likely tomorrow support for wnyc comes from ifc films presenting the death of stalin a new political satire from the creator of veep and in the loop starring steve bush amee and monty python's michael palin now playing wnyc local public affairs reporting is supported in part by the new york community trust helping charitable new york make a lasting difference from npr news in washington i'm david mattingly china is imposing new tariffs on a number of american products today it's in response to president trump's decision to add tariffs on us imports of steel and aluminum here's npr's rob schmitz according to china's finance ministry the terrible target one hundred and twenty eight kinds of us products the biggest tariffs will impact pork products and aluminum scrap at rates of twenty five percents china's also imposing new fifteen percent tariff on one hundred and twenty other imported us commodities from all men's to apples berries and wine the new tariffs totalling three billion dollars will mostly impact products from regions of the us that voted for trump and the two thousand sixteen election public schoolteachers in oklahoma are walking off the job today they're headed to the state capitol to demand lawmakers restore education funding and improve teacher pay last week the legislature okay'd attack psych to help raise.

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Cambridge Analytica's London headquarters being searched by investigators

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Cambridge Analytica's London headquarters being searched by investigators

"Thirty one so watch out for some travel under tomorrow morning of a soc hour or two tomorrow morning then just some lingering flurries for the afternoon blustery and cold with a lot of clouds high just thirty seven tomorrow remaining called on monday despite a lot of sunshine high thirty eight and then plenty of sunshine finally getting a little bit milder on tuesday with a high back up to forty four i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty and right now we have thirty eight degrees and mostly cloudy skies in boston at eight oh five at toyota braintree you'll see inside lots outside lots and lots and lots of toyota's there's no shortage of toyota's foresee evenings family owned to function toyota braintree exit seventeen union street under the high flying american flag in britain judge grande says search warrant to the country's data watchdog as part of an investigation into the alleged misuse of personal information i'm larry miller the london headquarters of cambridge analytic over rated overnight after a high court judge granted a search warrant access it's databases and servers this after claims the firm mind facebook for millions of users data to manipulate elections in the us and elsewhere around twenty enforcement officers from britain's information watchdog carried out the seven hour raid we ling away stacks of boxes cambridge analytica is best known for working on president trump's 2016 campaign have you tried to buy a small sofa how about a petite coffee table or sensibly scaled recliner and have you looked for bedroom sets made to fit a normal room everything you look at is overstuffed over scaled and it's just plain overwhelming it's enough to drive you nuts this is joe kelleher for westwood furniture our furniture that fits collection is the answer we have sofas and sectionals bedrooms and die nets n tables and bookcases all size.

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Andrew McCabe kept memos of his conversations with Trump, and Mueller has them

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Andrew McCabe kept memos of his conversations with Trump, and Mueller has them

"The news watch never stops wbz news time five o'clock thirty eight degrees partly cloudy in boston headed down to seventeen tonight and single digits sunspots inland traffic and weather together coming up garowe gopi in wbz news the one time fbi deputy director long scorned by president trump and just fired by the attorney general kept personal memos describing interactions with the president andrew mccabe says he was fired yesterday as part of the trump administration's war on the fbi cbs's paula reed reports mccabe not only kept contemporaneous memo's of conversations with the president but also events surrounding the firing of fbi director james comey james comey says people eat the president was asking him to tamp down the investigation uniform and national security adviser michael flynn those events are now the subject of the special counsel investigation into whether or not the president or anyone else obstructed justice cbs news political analyst leonard steinhorn takes a macro view of maccabees fire sympathy is going to be with andrew mccabe he gave up over two decades of his life to the fbi he was just basically hours away from gaining his pension and all of a sudden hundreds of thousands of dollars or potentially lost to him it's in the news it seems like a mini saturday night massacre reminiscent of nixon mccabe regular target of president trump's anger and criticism just two days before his scheduled retirement data was let go and now there is concerned by mr mackay that he may lose his pension data analytics firm that used social media to help donald trump win the presidency is his presidency is suspended by facebook co funded by a conservative hedge fund manager and directed by steve bannon developed a powerful software program that stole facebook user data and then influenced how individuals voted in the last election upwards of fifty sixty million profiles were collecting whistle blower christopher wiley revealing to the london observer and the new york times that the program was so sophisticated it would then go into their entire friend network and pull out all of the friends data as well wiley says it was playing with the.

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