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Rainstorms Bring Relief as Europe Suffers Summer Heat Wave
"Brought a much-needed cool down to parts of western europe over the weekend as the continent's sweltered under its first summer heatwave. Dozens of people were reported drowned as they sought relief from the heat. Forecasters predicted further downpours. Moving east toward poland which has seen five days of unusually hot weather. Germany's national weather. Service said temperatures in the west and north of the country dropped from over thirty degrees celsius over the weekend to about twenty degrees. After a night of heavy rain off. The days of soaring temperatures france was lashed by violent thunderstorms that sent a bell tower crashing to the nave of a village church in central france. The storm also talk through vineyards and flooded homes and public buildings. At least fifteen people drowned in poland over the weekend which was also the hottest so far this year with temperatures reaching thirty five degrees centigrade. Rescuers say the most frequent causes of drownings recklessness overestimating one swimming abilities and going into the water after drinking alcohol in total more than a dozen people have drowned in germany over the past week. Moscow has also been hit with a heat. Wave with temperatures spiking above thirty degree centigrade. On sunday. russia's weather agency warned that the unusually hot weather with temperatures seven centigrade to ten centigrade higher. The normal is likely to persist in the russian capital and the surrounding region. Through friday greece's national meteorological service has forecast temperatures between thirty eight and forty one degrees centigrade from wednesday through sunday when temperatures in the north of the country. Us a receipt slightly. Although it's common temperatures to hit the forty centigrade range in the summer in greece it's unseasonal to have such hot weather this early in the year.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"They didn't need despite the weather they may need water occasionally you know figured out when it's raining the most used to surf the ball to soak it all up in the roots will get anytime yeah I could share that so on to the plant I would cut it back to one and a half has to occur another question about the weather last night what is it better we have situations in in the spring and the fall we're we're you know we're gonna have a cold night most of the time we're used to where it hasn't rained like you did yesterday afternoon a little bit with the least here in Colombia winning a lot we got a lot more exposure it poured and I I no one in Florida when they're worried about frosted I've heard of them flooding the fields the orange groves and stuff worked out is it was a bad or worse there we got moisture last night and then it turned really cold or does that matter when it turns cold when they they don't flood the fields in Florida they turn the sprinklers off when the water ladies on the lease as AT the apparatus it actually creates heat okay and that little bit of heat is what they want and as it freezes it creates a little bit of heat so you want to leave you walk the water on the lease I would like that regular spot okay however that kind of freeze we had last night in Westminster where as I say is frozen to the bottom of the bird there there's nothing anyone could have done except try and preserve the heat that was in the soil by covering plans not with plastic but with something that they have more insulation do it like a tarp or blanket so that the cold this day he gets in the soil is kind it created under this tent that may have helped but I don't think watering the leaves would have done anything when a cop that coal remember all right let me let me go back for a second you can have a frost when the temperature is thirty four or thirty five degrees and that is the cross that they're crying to breed them in Florida you turning the sprinklers on is not going to solved the problem of last night's cold okay interesting question yeah what you want to do is to preserve the heat that is in the soil and keep that trapped around the plant okay thank you okay and a hit if you have something that is really important.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The rest of the chart if you look at the first three lines you see the word surface we're talking about non core services door handles stainless steel if you look at the as the temperature increases as humidity increases with no son involved you can see how drastically the half life goes down that buyers so the the virus is dying at a much more rapid pace just from exposure to higher temperatures and just exposure unity if you look at the fourth line you inject summer the sunlight into that you inject UV rays into that the same effects online to S. seventy to thirty five degrees with eighty percent humidity on the surface and look at line four but now you inject the sun the half life goes from six hours to two minutes that's how much of an impact the UV rays has on the virus the last two lines are aerosoles what is it doing there we have a very unique capability I was discussing this with the president prior to coming out he wanted me to convey it to you on how we do this I believe with the only lab in the country that has this capability but if you can imagine a home depot buckets five gallon home depot bucket we're able to take a particle this is dissolved of a developed and designed by our folks at the end back we're able to take a particle of the virus and suspended in the air inside of this drum and and and hit it with various temperatures very humidity levels multiple different kinds of environmental conditions to include sunlight and we're able to measure the kid that virus wallet suspend in the air this is how we do our aerosol testing we work with John Hopkins applied physics lab and we actually developed a larger drum to actually more testing as four times the size of that so this is the capability that we bring to this effort so in summary within the conditions we've tested to date the virus in droplets of sweat saliva survives best indoors in dry conditions the virus does not survive as well in droplets of Shabbat saliva and that's important because a lot of testing being done is not Nestle being done number one with a coke in nineteen virus a number two in saliva or respiratory fluids and thirdly the virus dies the quickest in the presence of direct sunlight under these conditions and when you when you look at that chart look at the aerosol as you breathe it you put it in a room seventy to seventy five degrees twenty percent many low humidity elastic half life is about an hour but you get outside and it cuts down two men and a half very significant difference when it really gets hit with UV rays Mr president while there are many on the links in the code nineteen transmission chain we believe these trends can support practical.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Rest of the chart if you look at the first three lines you see the word surface we're talking about non core services door handles stainless steel if you look at the as the temperature increases as humidity increases with no son involved you can see how drastically the half life goes down that buyers so the the virus is dying at a much more rapid pace just from exposure to higher temperatures and just exposure to humidity if you look at the fourth line you inject summer the sunlight into that you inject UV rays into that the same effects online to S. seventy to thirty five degrees with eighty percent humidity on the surface and look at line four but now you inject the sun the half life goes from six hours to two minutes that's how much of an impact the UV rays has on the virus the last two lines are aerosoles what is it doing there we have a very unique capability I was discussing this with the president prior to coming out he wanted me to convey it to you on how we do this I believe with the only live in a country that has this capability but if you can imagine a home depot buckets five gallon home depot bucket we're able to take a particle this is out of a developed and designed by our folks at the end back we're able to take a particle of the virus and suspended in the air inside of his drum and and and hit it with various temperatures very humidity levels the mobile different kinds of environmental conditions to include sunlight and we're able to measure the decay that buyers while it suspended near this is how we do our aerosol testing we work with John Hopkins applied physics lab and we actually developed a larger drawn to actually more testing as four times the size of that so this is the capability that we bring to this effort so in summary within the conditions we've tested to date the virus in droplets of saliva saliva survives best indoors in dry conditions the virus does not survive as well droplets of Shabbat saliva and that's important because a lot of testing being done is not Nestle being done number one with the clover nineteen virus a number two in saliva or respiratory fluids and thirdly the virus dies the quickest in the presence of direct sunlight under these conditions and when you when you look at that chart look at the aerosol as you breathe it you put it in a room seventy to seventy five degrees twenty percent humidity low humidity elastic half life is about an hour but you get outside and it cost down to a minute half very significant difference when it when it gets hit with UV rays Mr president while there are many on the.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Three and a half miles they're nice to me was rose you perching in lake park you're in stop and go for about three miles foster will deploy whether we certainly did get work today this white person part coverage we get to a warm temp of sixty but expect that warming trend to continue we'll see I see five by Wednesday right now sixty two this report is sponsored by liberty mutual insurance for you only pay for what you need don't you have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage liberty mutual customizer covers you only pay for what you need because was our coverage with liberty mutual insurance I'm ready resin killing newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM fox thirty one pinpoint whether we're on our way to a low of thirty five degrees tonight it's currently partly cloudy and sixty two degrees in Denver our top story on KOAA news radio president trump says the nation is preparing to use the defense per production act to increase the production of swabs for more corona virus testing during this afternoon's White House task force briefing we also are going to be using and we're preparing to use the defense production act to increase well production and one U. S. facility by over twenty million additional swaps per month vice president Mike pence will lead a call with all governors tomorrow to discuss local testing strategies in their states the number of confirmed covert nineteen cases here in Colorado is approaching ten thousand new numbers out from the Colorado department of public health and environment show more than ninety seven hundred cases in the state of those patients more than eighteen hundred have been hospitalized and four hundred and twenty two have died Colorado has tested about forty six thousand people statewide Taylor summers K. away news radio protests at the state capitol today some people demanding the stay at home order be lifted this man says it's gone too far.
Chicago - Snow Lingers; Warm up Ahead
"Or death some light snow right now and here officially thirty five degrees there it's snowing at midway in thirty four at the lake front some snow thirty four degrees in Joliet snowing thirty four in Aurora some snow and thirty three degrees a winter weather advisory on going for the
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The second bridge there so far so good too on the pike it is trouble free trouble free from Millbury right into Boston Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes all right there Laurie well the weather today is going to be interesting I think we're gonna run the full gamut all of sunshine and clouds it'll be chilly will get up to fifty degrees it'll feel cooler than that but then tonight it's going to be an absolute mess out there it's going to be rain to start probably around eight o'clock north and west of Boston you're gonna see probably a wintry mix eventually and then just flat out snow that could be lasting throughout the morning and that we could see that snow accumulate to one to three inches around Boston and areas north and west of four ninety five can get anywhere from three to six inches of snow and it is going to be just a nasty nasty mess as we'll see rain for a majority of the evening tonight that's going to change over to snow for the majority of us and then we're gonna have a few inches on the ground we wake up tomorrow and some people can be doing quite a bit of shoveling as well and we'll have more with a dogged accu weather's Tina devore throughout the morning here now for Saturday things will start to eventually clear out temperatures be up into the mid forties and then Sunday more mild will be up around sixty with sunshine and clouds Monday it'll be cloudy with a little bit of rain and a high of fifty two degrees right now in and around Boston we are looking at thirty two degrees in Lexington read thirty in west bar over at thirty three right now green harbor in Marshfield and in Boston we are looking at for thirty five degrees mo Slee clear skies it's five oh five on WBZ newsradio Cybill twenty two million people filing for unemployment over the last month the latest totals with the addition of five point two million unemployment claims last week stimulus checks are going in but for many that money is already as good as Spencer Lee Chadwick who lives with his girlfriend in suburban Phoenix says that by the time his stimulus check hit his bank account.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's thirty five degrees in reading the same for Hyde Park and the same for Merrimack New Hampshire it's thirty two in Boston criticism and support for the way the trump administration have been handling the spreading coronavirus we get more from CBS's Steve Futterman criticism of the federal government's response to corona virus coming today from New York mayor bill de Blasio he wants the federal government to do a lot more the American government is not at full bore right now but the defense production act it's been activated we've gotten no indication of any factory on twenty four seven ships we've got no shipments and the U. S. military is at its bases instead of at the front lines but treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin defends the government's response I don't think anybody should second guess the government actions this has been moving very quickly and I think we've responded appropriately Nugent appeared on fox news nobody expected this to take off at the rate it it did the world health organization's top emergency expert says the lockdowns may not be enough to stop the spread of coronavirus Mike Ryan told BBC that drastic restrictions on people's movements and contact would only work if every effort was made to trace and test individuals suspected of being sick if we don't put in place a strong measures a strong public health Madison now when those restrictions on windows movement restrictions and lockdowns are listed the danger is the disease will jump back up speaking on ABC's this week this morning former homeland security chief Tom Bossert criticize anyone who refuses to observe social distancing and stay at home orders when they're issued I'm upset for those that don't stick to it because we're all paying a very heavy cost here economically and if you don't follow these rules then you're slapping us on the face because we don't get the public benefits of that cost during his daily coronavirus update New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the state will start testing hydrostatic war chloroquine on patients beginning Tuesday there's a theory that because they're taking this anti malarial drugs in Africa it may actually be one of the reasons why the infection rate is low in Africa we don't know but let's find out that's one of the drugs president trump has been advocating health officials in New York City have released a memo on having sex during the corona virus outbreak the document was posted online a day before a state wide lockdown takes effect a two page document contains advice on how to enjoy a healthy sex life offering recommendations how to avoid being infected or exposed readers are briefed on how the virus is spread the second safest bet is sex with someone you live with those who meet.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"By using your lows advantage card do it right for less start with lows subject to credit approval cannot be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply see store for details U. S. only David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic on the threes we have thirty five degrees now under partly cloudy skies but it's going to get a lot warmer this afternoon heading up to between fifty and fifty five and it'll be mostly sunny overnight it'll be clear but a little chilly in the low forty three in the city down to the mid to upper thirties in the suburbs and tomorrow has to go back to work it'll be even warmer they'll have plenty of sunshine highs sixty two in the M. sixty six downtown Tuesday also quite warm it'll cloud up though and there'll be some rain at times especially in the afternoon and at night again the temperatures in the mid sixties Wednesday a mix of sun and clouds it'll be a little cooler the high around fifty five and looking ahead nice to the end of the week with a little cooler with highs in the upper forties to near he right now thirty five degrees and partly cloudy in Boston this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning Colin and here are the five things you need to know at nine forty six Massachusetts has five new cases of the corona virus bringing the total amount of thirteen captain of a cruise ship hit by the corona virus held off the coast of California told passengers it's headed to the port of Oakland tomorrow over the thirty five hundred people on board will be brought ashore for quarantine and medical treatment as required Tuesday it is the next big moment in the democratic presidential race went six more states will weigh in and just in case you're wondering what time it is daylight saving time kicks in overnight set your clocks one hour ahead right now it is nine forty seven now back to our top story the.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Designers developers data scientists you name it when you needed to Mandel on demand up work is how I've met there were traffic on the flies follow us on Twitter at W. I. B. C. Randy Ollis wish TV meteorologist what's going on it's like the first week of March to get off to a fairly decent one is kind of damp outside right now but our range going to taper up here shortly I think mainly dry afternoon still some clouds around high temperature fifty two mostly cloudy colder tonight low temperature thirty five tomorrow becoming partly sunny should be a decent day tomorrow's high from thirty five degrees mostly sunny fifty two on Wednesday some sunshine low fifties on Thursday then we'll have a little push of colder weather coming in on Friday maybe couple snow flurries no big deal in Boston right now Tony should be another nice weekend we'll keep it dry temperatures near fifty Saturday mid fifties for high during the day on Sunday that is Randy Ollis of wish TV Randy thank you forty eight degrees in the American standard heating weather center will get to a high of the lower fifties or when this rain does clear out by noon the time is eight oh six and today is a moment of truth after a year of going everywhere meeting everyone defying every expectation seeking every vote the truth is that in the past has narrowed to a close for our.
Washington: Warmer Temps Expected For The Weekend
"Back to million draper storm team for for our weekend forecast right now chilly what about the rest of the weekend well the weekend is going to be warming up nicely will have highs tomorrow in the low to mid fifties and high temperatures on Sunday in the mid to upper fifties with plenty of sunshine throughout the entire weekend now tonight will be cold with lows falling into the twenties overnight but I after a cold start tomorrow morning a comfortable day overall by Monday later in the day especially during the evening hours some rain showers are looking likely right now thirty seven outside of our studios here in northwest Washington thirty five degrees in only and thirty six in
Chicago Weather Alert: Snow Settles On Chicago Area, Will Be Sticking Around
"A winter weather advisory is snow moves into the area and lasts until well through tomorrow morning the advisory expires at noon it's for cook county McEnery cat and the cook county in south they should say lake and we can re counties are not impacted on this mostly cloudy today the snow coming in thirty seven the high twenty three the low tonight one to four inches possible and then another little bit tomorrow SO two to five inches by the time it's over tomorrow but then it gets cold the temperature tomorrow by late afternoon will be about fourteen degrees a far cry from where we are now thirty six midway thirty five it is thirty six in river forest and thirty five degrees at Chicago's
Trump Supporters Camp Out In Snow Before President’s Manchester, NH Rally
"So the Democrats are out there in New Hampshire right now and because you have your primary is taking place tomorrow night S. in trouble be there as well backed it's thirty five degrees it's a rain snow mix it's kind of miserable in New Hampshire but that doesn't stop Donald Trump supporters lining up two days early for his rally in Manchester it's going to take place this week I love it I love it you know and if you aren't seeing these crowds anywhere else that the Democrats wish they could attract trumps overflow crowd yeah I have to hang out outside and watch the big screen meanwhile Joe's just hoping like you said he could fill a phone booth but you know that's a long shot it's crazy they started lining up this this weekend for the rally and you got all the trump supporters out there it's
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And rain likely again on Thursday right now we have thirty five degrees in Boston president trump will be in New Hampshire on the eve of Tuesday's primary the president will speak at a rally Monday night at the southern New Hampshire university arena in Manchester that's the same venue he packed with supporters back in August the president's visit aimed at drawing attention away from his democratic rivals trump facing a lackluster primary of his old on the Republican side against former Massachusetts governor bill weld in former Illinois congressman Joe Walsh the most recent poll of likely New Hampshire primary voters shows Mr trump with a huge lead over his opponents trump getting seventy nine percent supported that pulled while Wheldon wall she each picked up only four percent democratic candidates trying to move on from lingering questions from last week's Iowa caucuses in the wake of the Iowa caucuses I'm frustrated I'm mad as hell everybody is a Democratic National Committee chair Tom perennis talking to see an end state of the union about the problems with the reporting of votes and release of numbers in the Hawkeye state we should not have problems yes was unacceptable and that's why we did what we did and that's why we're learning from it he says people should still feel confident in the ultimate delegate allocation he said he has no plans to step down and that they will absolutely be a review of Iowa's position at leading off the nominating process Brian Clark ABC news the candidates and their campaigns have until noon on I I it was time to ask for a re canvas of results four thirty a big that five thirty six on WBZ time now for a Sunday edition of Bloomberg business when you turn in for the night you're probably don't give it much thought but the sleep a comedy is expected to grow six percent each year that explains so many mattress commercials my doctor prescribe something that changed our lives it's called sleep this is not a bad it's a revolution in sleep sleep cool she cool unlike the days when you shop for a traditional mattress in a traditional store today the so called bad in a box industry is selling direct to consumers how to do that Facebook ads Instagram mad school as bluebird retail reporter Matt Townsend Casper's sleep has been touting a rapid growth story ahead of its initial public offering this past week but Townsend says growth didn't come cheap to keep growing and had to spend more money and I was losing money total net losses since it was founded or three million dollars Casper priced its IPO at twelve dollars per share down from the original range of seventeen to nineteen dollars at values Casper at half the one billion dollars of boasted in a private funding round last year I'm Steve potus Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio five thirty seven non WBZ up.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"At spring creek disabled vehicle it's clear now actually the tollways moving really well between the George Bush and six thirty five LBJ with KLIF right now traffic of Michael Scott a winter storm watch will go into effect later tonight it will remain in effect through a Wednesday afternoon our forecast for today over cats with a slight chance of rain showers hi around fifty degrees wins out of the north at fifteen to twenty five miles an hour partly cloudy this evening then becoming cloudy with periods of light rain after midnight some snow our sleep could be in the mix the low around thirty five degrees cloudy with rain ending tomorrow afternoon some snow or sleet is possible again temperatures in the upper thirties it's a nonstop news cycle now you have seen what we promised overwhelming evidence of the presence of guilt the key conclusion we believe the only conclusion based on the evidence and based on the articles of impeachment themselves in the constitution is that your muscles to with the president full coverage of the top and bottom of every hour this is we'll use that information five seventy K. ally you only want to use the best route to drive across town so do the same when you need a higher in deep provides hiring managers the straightest path to the best new employees customized solutions like screen of questions and skills as well hope you see beyond the resume post your next job at in the dot com slash higher KLIF news and information still it five seventy eight yeah also at ninety six point three point three bill because near south whiskey we want to make the car buying experience as easy as possible we have a non commissioned sales team the price you see online is the price you will pay and of course price is important so with.
20 Minutes With Brian Keane
"So high Brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak to me today. How you doing? I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. No aures thank you again brought. If you could start off just giving us an introduction to yourself yeah so my name is Brian ranking ranking fitness online. And I'm a former primary. School teacher turned fitness entrepreneur effectively. So to cut a long story short. I was a primary school teacher in London for four years and for two of those years I worked as a personal trainer nighttime walking in a gym with people looking to lose weight get fit or get stronger etc and then it's thousand fourteen. I moved back home him to the west of Ireland where I currently live and set up a one to one personal training business and then over the space of eighteen months two years of living full time at home in order to kind of match the supply and demand because of the amount of people that were coming to me for personal training. I moved my business online and over the last name. Since two thousand fifteen I've been primarily online with the exception of a couple of books books that I rise in the appearances that ideal person in terms of speaking everything else in the fitness ramble. My business is on line. Two programs one a sport specific the other is pure fitness Pacific. Civic and now I just spend my days talking to people like you and working with my online client doing some talks around the world that to kind of communicate with some awesome people. Yeah I've got a pretty awesome lifestyle per minute so long. No definitely greats ahead obviously as well with your podcast. That's another great resource for anyone that wants to find out more about what Bryant Definitely Chatham. We'll talk more about that throughout the podcast. First thing on the touchdown Brian McKnight's obviously you saw your other fitness industry as you said is a PT and did some fitness modeling now use of transitions since doing ultra endurance events. As well what's changed in your own way. You approach your fitness to not to want to make a massive lead so one of the things that I generally always advise people with fitness whether your couch to five K.. An absolute beginner. You've never step foot in the gym or ever done a workout or somebody. That's a near professional athlete or professional professional athletes and their life. If is training you always need to have a goal that you're setting in working towards and I'm the exact same with fitness and in two thousand and end fourteen. I started competing in fitness modeling. Embody I believe so stepping onstage and the end of two thousand fourteen I won a pro card fitness. Molly was basically just means that you can compete for more money and in two thousand and fifteen. I was preparing for the World Championships in Las Vegas and a few months prior to that my daughter was born and I remember having this moment where I was getting ready for a show. I couldn't form sentences in my head. Hey I'm so pleased and just hired all the time I remember thinking I'm going to be terrible dad if I keep doing this man. I made that decision there and then that I would do that show in Las Vegas and I did quite well that I came to the world's in Las Vegas and I decided I was stepping away. I needed to set a new fitness goal. This wasn't going to be my life anymore. It was too all consuming for me and and to be honest Charlie for the next eighteen months. I didn't really do anything in the fitness realm. I kind of trained a few days on and off. I always did something in the gym. High intensity interval training bodyweight workout aesthetics. You don't just Kinda messing around with it. But I didn't really have any serious fitness goals. Now I wrote my first book my first book. The fitness mindset which did really well that was sixteen weeks of the bestseller list on Amazon is an eighth consecutive weeks and wrote that in released in two thousand seventeen and after that point when I came off the back of the success of that book I was starting to get that little bit of a hollow auto feeling again Ronn like mine. I haven't set a goal for myself in ages. I haven't had any fitness school. Because I've been so focused on my business so focused on my family so focused on the book at the time and then I was at this event in Tony Robbins business mastery in Amsterdam and I met a friend who I've met a guy who sits become a close and personal friend totten's name and he ran what he told me about was ultra marathons and I had been from a world of played sports all my life football rugby soccer and I'd never heard of an ultra marathon marathons I like really ignorant the ass of the what an ultra marathon committee and he was like an over her marathon distance and he told me about this race in the Sahara called Maratha Saab which is marathon in the sand. It's six back to back marathons self sufficient through the Sahara desert in the north of Morocco and itself supported to carry all your food on your back to give you water checkpoints but evidence self sufficient. We need to have a venom pump within arms reach at all times so that your in case you get bitten by a snake armor. I'm telling you about this event. He did and I was like that sounds insane and planted the seat and I was like a couple of months later signed up for his having never random marathon having never ran and running when it's unfamiliar with the way I look. I'm fair from built like an marathon runner like I'm short and stock Yemeni harsh really built for Durance and I signed up in August two thousand seventeen and then decided that look. I need to start training for the marathon to solve in April of Twenty eight eighteen so I signed up to my first ever marathon there Dubai marathon in January two thousand eighteen Iran with a backpack in thirty five degrees and Dubai. By and from there on I just kept training in April around those six back to back marathons through the Sahara Avenue kind of got hooked and ultra endurance in February of this year around June thirty kilometers through the Arctic circle which was gold old. And now a minute. I'm currently trading for one hundred mile to marathon in Nevada in February. And so that's kind of a long story you've got a medium not long story. Short story brought to a kind of a medium to where I am. Now in the transition from bodybuilding fitness model into running ultra endurance events. Going to challenge my body in a different way then to be honest charity it. It all comes down just needed a goal to work towards because I train hired otherwise 'em and I recommend that to everybody. Listen it's relative like you don't have to run to the The Arctic for some people. It's just going to the gym twice going for a walk around the block after work. When you know you'll be tired or decided body weight program Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three months? You know it's completely relative. What for me working towards a goal and not wanting Halloween into combat because? I'm not working any specific fitness goal. modest the distance is your Rhode Island oversee pre yourself in his positions blanket. Imagine it was just incredible when you actually accomplish them. Oh it's different. Especially to be honest. There was a huge difference between the first two between Maryland Assab because when Iran six back to back marathons in the Sahara. I'd never done anything like that before I ever marathon which was on the road in a few months earlier and I wasn't sure sure Charlie until I got to the finish line of the six back to back marathons if I was going to be able to finish like there's so many things that could have gone wrong. I was like I just didn't know the article slightly different. I knew I was going to finish that race. And it's probably a different story for different day but I tore my kidneys. Eighty six kilometers from the end of that race and the High A.. Different completely different relationship with pain. In 'cause I powered through for the eighty kilometers off three months after put I powered through honors. And what you get out of these events for me anyway like you just get this massive of net benefit your confidence grows. You feel like you can attack any obstacle comes your way you get really good at separating like real problems from perceived problems so like even in my everyday life in my business with my daughter with my family like I get very good between separating right. This isn't a rea- problem. This is an inconvenience. This can be fixed verses this is this is a real problem I e. There's something wrong with my daughter. There's something wrong with my mom. There's something wrong with the family. Member and ultra endurance gives me that. Because you're just doing that. On a micro basis. Yeah as I said you don't have to to do ultramarathons crazy events to get that people get it from different areas. But it's definitely something I've got. 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"thirty five degrees" Discussed on KOMO
"West side of Puget Sound in the Olympic foot hills there right near hood canal will look over downtown right now it's overcast you can see kind of working there behind the space needle and it's only thirty five degrees so it is kind of a damp chilly air in place right now even colder in some communities to coma there at thirty two or thirty for an average so we're sad it's just cold enough just on the verge between the rain and the snow the initial precipitation already starting to fall we check this out a few minutes ago and that it's expanded since we last looked at the radar you can see some of the wet snow already starting to fly around del fair and back towards good Komische too great view saying that mixed rain and snow right near the waterfront that extends back over to parts of the coal mine commencement bay and now some of that light snow starting to fall around parkland in back toward the south to live Alex so it's on the way here as we head toward the overnight a look at the satellite picture shows that's the next big weather maker some big storms and we'll track this on the future cast to show you when it's going to arrive two three o'clock in the morning it starts to fly around Bellingham still snowing for the beginning of the commute there at five o'clock the by eight o'clock in the morning warming up pretty quickly and at that point it's all low wind rain and starts to turn into some very heavy mountain snow over the cascades because of that we have to have a winter storm warning in place throughout his Saturday morning it's going to be really falling up there one to two feet of snow and that's why past travels going to get so tough at the same time very gusty winds high wind warning for the coast in for the northwest interior overnight through tomorrow SO winds picking up and becoming a problem near the waterfront to tomorrow again short lived wet lowland snow to the tune of an entry to in the foothills before we're right back into the forties again really gusty through Lemme island through ocean shores gas forty to sixty with that high wind warning and eastern Washington if you get over the past you're still going to find some snow along I ninety all the way to Spokane eventually no getting over the past that's the tricky part tomorrow because without winter storm warning one to two feet of snow in twenty four hours that's a lot great news for the ski resorts really bad for past travel but again back to the morning commute a stranger to it's the sleepy lumpy stuff that's not gonna last one but a slippery and you know interesting and a little scary when you're trying to drive to it initially then we flirt with low in snow what times you know kind of the death sentences starts over the weekend the really cold air arriving Monday we make it a few inches of snow in the morning that's still a jury out on that then it gets very cold I think the best chance for widespread low when snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning that I think is going to be a big snow you know what the truth is it doesn't take much for people to get a the interesting I think you guys watch jeopardy tonight yes it was pretty good Washington native Ken Jennings is one step closer to being named jeopardy greatest of all time champ in the first game you had accumulated fifty one thousand two hundred you have just one your second he was on fire he won his second match tonight beating out foes Jayme hold sour and Brad Rutter holds our one last night's match the players and host Alex Trebek will return each weeknight until one of the contestants win three matches in Jennings already has two the competition continues tomorrow night at eight o'clock right here on come on a favorite newscaster for four hundred American Merrick Russell Wilson's thoughts on playing in the chilly air Green Bay and the Huskies loser point guard there was a game sports is next it's the perfect opportunity to give your storage space some tough love during the storm more save more of that to the home depot right now get durable stackable exclusive H. D. X. black and yellow tough to get a whole range of sizes starting at just four ninety eight you can even order online for fast and easy in store pick up it's a good time to be you do are in for getting organized with help from the home depot how do we get more done limited time only event and it's very by store see store for details he shot yeah here is my handle when he is my spam when I get a steam.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty five degrees in Boston at six o'clock Laurie Kirby and good evening here's what's happening a are morning in a wrong were thousands crowded the streets of Tehran is the content of general Soleimani was carried through the streets the tenuous state of relations between the US and Iran further strain today by provocative tweets from president trump here's CBS news the US and its allies are on alert for possible running in retaliation for the killing of the country's top military commander NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says they're suspending their training activities in Iraq who are taking all precautions necessary to protect our people despite the Iraqi parliament vote to force US troops to leave the country defense secretary mark esper says there are no plans for that I love all Iraqis more in the late general Qasem Soleimani today CBS is Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran the mourners came by the hundreds of thousands I don't think we've seen this kind of a procession in mourning for a leader since the I a total Khamenei died thirty years ago the streets were absolutely flooded you couldn't move and people are angry about this assassination CBS news update on Pam Coulter Massachusetts congressman septimal then who Sir for true towards of duty in Iraq re tweeted president trump today calling him the most reckless commander in chief in American history and he had more to say this afternoon during an event in reading honoring a one hundred and three year old army veteran I've never seen.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On the the Texas church just outside of fort worth in white settlement in the stabbing at the Hanukkah celebration in New York coming up the weather for now starting to see some trouble out there on the roadways with sixteen oh four going westbound between Vance Jackson and high ten we're seeing a small pocket they're stopping all traffic fino delay of about five minutes look for ten going south on between I thirty five in Somerset road stopping traffic there is going to cost to delay just under five minutes Martin Garcia newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. lots of sunshine today highs in the low sixties you new year's eve a mixture of clouds and sun highs right around sixty degrees and our new year's day cloudy skies a good chance of showers highs in the low fifties were stuck at thirty five degrees we'll start the six o'clock hour as we always do back in the day look at some of the things that happened on this day in history was eighteen sixty one American banks stopped payment in gold yes you get paid in gold and then after eighteen sixty one no more nineteen twenty four astronomer Edwin Hubble formally announced the existence of other galactic systems at the meeting of the American astronomical society society in in nineteen forty nineteen forty the freeze the first freeway in Los Angeles the Arroyo seco parkway was officially completed and open to the public nineteen forty in nineteen fifty three the first color TV sets went on sale the cost about eleven hundred seventy five dollars so I did the math that's eleven thousand three hundred nineteen dollars in today's money well yeah I nineteen sixty three the John F. Kennedy half dollar was authorized by Congress in nineteen eighty said day one hold of dizzy Disney air for the last time on NBC TV after more than twenty five years on TV at the time it was the longest running series in primetime television history was picked up by CBS before moving to ABC in the back to NBC before arriving on the Disney Channel from nineteen ninety one to ninety seven and since two thousand eight it only if the air sporadically as a special presentation a few times generally generally on ABC in two thousand seven Tom Brady said a then NFL record throwing his fifty a TD pass in the wing New England Patriots became the first team in NFL history to finish the regular season sixteen and OO remember what happened right they lost to the New York Giants in Super Bowl they would have gone completely perfect but it never happens right yeah two thousand sixteen Ray Davies of the Kinks was awarded knighthood by Queen Elizabeth some birthdays allies at dusk to as I say that's always colder okay she's thirty nine who she again she's from true lies bring it on the new guy Jay and silent Bob strike back okay yeah you can recognize our fees are okay Tracey Ullman is sixty we what we can we you know we can thank Tracey Ullman for M. since that's right nineteen eighty seven the Simpson shorts aired for the first time on her show the Tracey Ullman show Fred ward is seventy seven great actor escape from Alcatraz right staff Remo Williams tremors he's been a lot of stuff the late Jack lord one of my heroes he was McGarrett on Hawaii five low and Jeff when of ELO is seventy two years old he was also in a band called traveling Wilburys monkeys celebrating a birthday Michael Nesmith's is seventy seven the late Davy Jones would have been seventy four today Layla Ali boxer is forty two that's Muhammad Ali sign you ready for this TV radio personality Sean Hannity is fifty eight today okay I'm sure a president trump is throwing a party yeah it's also Cleveland Cavaliers former Cleveland Cavaliers forward jail lebron James he's now with the LA Lakers is thirty five years old today as well as Tiger Woods celebrating a birthday is forty four years old today you can you please tell me yours first with Charlie Parker featuring Charlie Parker charity McCurdy make invasion and Jim Forsyth San Antonio's first names on news radio twelve hundred W. what way I'd back pain.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Two in Arlington thirty in Andover thirty five degrees in Avon is one fifty five on the ring central news line it's one thing to have a package stolen from your doorstep but it's rare to see the thief thank you for it that's exactly what happened to Hillary Smith of Saint Paul Minnesota she said she found a letter from a porch pirate thanking her for the opportunity to steal her packet do appreciate a nicely crafted thank you now but this is ridiculous and I was angry and confused and quite Flagler flabbergasted that somebody would actually leave a thank you note when they steal a package police recommend using a lock box or having packages delivered to your work both those moves could protect you from ports pirates and if it does happen to you it's suggested that you file a police report immediately a secret Santa gave a much desired gift to a military veteran who'd fallen on some hard times Air Force veteran Stephen Elkins wanted to travel from Idaho to Alabama at all to see his son graduate from air university to be commissioned as an airforce officer but the trip it just cost too much Elkins had been battling cancer and was seeing his medical bills grow but then a secret Santa into the picture someone gave Elkins the cash as a gift and he was able to make the trip to watch his son be commissioned well coming up we are watching a snowstorm it's headed our way and it's headed here faster gonna want to know when it hits it will definitely affect most likely affect your more early morning commute Laurie Kirby up with all the details you need to know and in addition to that the man accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend last week in Hudson goes before a judge it's all.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Saying GM radio on next our media group station thirty five degrees at three o'clock good morning on Vic Vaughn there's been a fifth Peiping related deaths in Illinois first WGN traffic in Deerfield road construction Essen lane closures on lake cook road it's on the westbound side the tri state tollway the right three lanes are close there the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center clear skies during these pre dawn hours with lows in the upper twenties it'll be sunny today with highs in the upper thirties tonight cloudy low twenty seven in the city near twenty in the outlying areas the department of public health confirms the fifth vaping related death in Illinois doctoring Ghazi Izzy keys director of the health department he says a hundred eighty seven other Illinois residents have now suffered vaping related injuries to their lungs another forty cases are under investigation age range has been from thirteen up to seventy five still with a lot of young people affected the median age is only twenty two but this additional deaths this underscores the on going danger that's present she says more than eighty percent of the afflicted patients in Illinois at mit they purchased on the black market and then used unregulated vaping products containing THC including one called thank vapes a deadly military training accident involving two jets Thursday advance airforce base in Oklahoma ABC's Marcus more the two planes were performing a formation training flight to Ehrman in one of the planes were killed the other two on hurt the incident comes after another crash involving a plane from the same base last year the pilot was able to eject safely before the crash that officials say was caused by a bird strike a major storm systems affecting much of the nation this morning with rain and snow this just as millions prepared to travel for the holiday week more from ABC news senior made meteorologist rob Marciano to to stay close no one over the Great Lakes with what a mess Chicago's begin to weekend the one coming out of the Rockies that's going to strike that we all have some heavy rain ahead of it tomorrow morning from the Tennessee Ohio re valleys and then tapping Gulf moisture in the afternoon and rolling across the southeast was some heavy rain to Georgia the Carolinas the middle and it during the day on Saturday Saturday night after midnight DC to New York with accumulating snow is in line and after that one a very active pattern shaping up as we head into the holiday next week a major university has committed to a monetary breast solution after several hundred sexual abuse lawsuits ABC's Brian Clark for the first time Ohio State University has pledged a monetary resolution to victims of sexual abuse by former team doctor Richard Strauss the school is previously apologized and acknowledged its failure to prevent the abuse nearly three hundred men have filed federal lawsuits against Ohio state alleging school officials ignored complaints about abuse between nineteen seventy nine and nineteen ninety seven the amount of a settlement which could come this year is not known but Michigan State University paid four hundred twenty five million dollars to settle claims related to former gymnastics Dr Larry Nasser a university of Indiana professors Twitter account has created an outrage on campus and forced Fishel's to confront demands that he be fired.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For personalized traffic on demand get the traffic Chicago app approved by mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. by ex Chicago the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center it's cold and it will remain cold and there's been some flurries in some light snow ending this evening clearing and when the unseasonably cold the near record low of ten a bug's single digit readings in the coldest in locations tonight and tomorrow it's not gonna be a whole lot better with the seasonal unseasonably cold temperatures a record low high temp of twenty one degrees the card records twenty eight daytime wind chills were looking at five below to ten a bug tomorrow it's going to be freezing still low nine above Lois wind chills zero to five above Wednesday it'll be a little bit better with a high of twenty eight with the daytime wind chills from five to twenty above Thursday and Friday though will be a little bit better with highs at thirty five degrees this is where we are with thirty five sounds a heck of a lot better than what we have it sixteen degrees at o'hare eighteen at midway sixteen it Schomburg like Michigan water temperature is forty three to Chicago's lakefront it is twenty degrees I'm Jordan burn field on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN has nothing here those temperatures around that's that's crazy to think about how cold is going to be in the next twenty four hours is awful yeah early November what are we getting in January right and then of course the snow came through today and they're they're still you know concerns were more snow in northwest Indiana and the you know I it's crazy to look at some of the weather maps that are that are you know out of for the newscasts tonight and the it's February temperatures and see what it is yeah thank you think Jordan it's extension seven twenty here on seven twenty WGN Justin copper what you told ten o'clock tonight three one two ninety one seventy two hundred we don't talk about this daily northwestern editorial if you're not familiar the daily northwestern is the Northwestern University newspaper this kind of a breaking news story tapping tonight it's getting a lot.
"thirty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To speed limit ride and not see any issues on route three along the south shore or on twenty four ninety five down to Rhode Island rob Hakluyt WBZ's traffic on the three now the four day WBZ accu weather forecast with Brian Thompson after a couple of pretty chilly days sceptres we bouncing back a little bit over the next couple of days but it is not going to last even colder weather is on the horizon but my other afternoon today with some sun high fifty three partly cloudy tonight low forty two tomorrow times of clouds and sunshine with a high of fifty four then for Tuesday cloudy and turning colder one periods of rain and rain or mix with them even changed a wet snow in the afternoon but any key relation looks to be under an inch high forty six in the morning the temptress fall in the mid thirties by evening windy and very cold despite sunshine Wednesday high thirty one I'm active with the bigger ouch is Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's news radio thirty two degrees this morning in Lawrence twenty seven degrees in Newton it's just twenty two degrees down in Taunton and here in Boston as we are just about to see the sun rise to some high clouds and warmer here thirty five degrees when love takes in the all new twenty twenty six good morning six twenty five in time for a look at your next job there were several well known job boards that generate lots of attention but here are two unique lesser known sites that could be very helpful to any search one is we hire America dot jobs which just might be the best online resource that most people have never heard about it's a collection of open jobs at fortune five hundred companies all in one place it's not a paid job boards.
The FCC's looking to kill off robocalls for good (The 3:59, Ep. 567)
"The. Welcome to the three fifty nine I'm Alfred Dan Ackerman. Did you got a robo call today? Did you know that it cost Americans at least three billion dollars a year? That's according to the FCC, who is set to vote today on giving mobile phone companies more power to block robocalls. I mean these things are incredibly frustrating. They spam your phone. They annoy you throughout the day in March alone. There were two point five billion robo calls the FCC found the problem is there are a few legitimate. Robo calls that do happen. You know, your doctor's office remind you, you have an appointment today or pharmacist saying, hey, you got a refill your medicine, or you will die. I mean how can you get these robo calls. Oh. And how often are those like the actually useful, you definitely have the more often than the modern equivalent of spam for many years in the early to mid two thousand Email was practically useless, because it was all spam and Julie figuring out affect blocking mechanisms and then the profit motive went out of it right now, the profit motive is there in robocalls, and until they come up with a way of removing that profit motive by. Blocking or filtering, most of them, they're gonna continue. Yeah, I found that like, because of all these fam- calls I almost never pick up my phone anymore because they've done a really good way a trick where they make the phone number look like it's from your. The first three digits are yours as oh, maybe that's like somebody in my family. Nope. Nother robot got him so. Yeah, this is actually the number one complaint from the FCC. They get like hundreds of thousands of shirts year on this, obviously, phone makers are taking action to apple announced that WW DC that there would be a new Iowa's, thirteen feature that sends any unknown numbers straight to voice. Man. Speaking of WW DC, Dan, you just came back from in had a hands on the MAC pro the MAC, pro everyone was waiting for this, obviously, they had the little like the trash can back over the last six years, that big black cylinder. The new one is I founded shockingly, conservative and traditionalist in its approach. And I don't necessarily mean that bad way. But it goes back to being a tower basically almost in a way inspired by gaming desktops, where you can take the side off swap out any parts tons of slots, it's basically a big rectangular a big rectangular tower desk. Stop which is not what it's been for the last six years now, does the MAC pro great all kinds of cheeses or is it? Hard cheese. Okay. And if you have something softer you're gonna wanna refrigerate it first firm it up a little bit. But certainly something like a gray hair or like a good. If it's smoke, then you can get some real good shreds off, and then the thousand dollar stand how. Right. Oh my goodness. So they had the fancy new pro monitor also, which is actually a good looking product does not seem overpriced for what it is intended for a very select audience. It's five or six thousand dollars paying which version, you get. But when you get the pro monitor it does not come with the stand or anything in the by she got up by this dance. Definitely. And it's a nicely engineered special STAN, that you could turn the screen sideways and put it in portrait mode, and other stuff. It's a thousand dollars. And let me tell you even though we were in the WW, keynote, where most of the audience is apple developers real fan boy types. When they said that the temperature in the room drop by about thirty five degrees. Everyone just went. And then they're all back up a minute later or something else. But for for moment, chilly room was do you think it's worth it? Like having seen it I don't know because they had a lot of MAC pros. And a lot of MAC pro monitors and stands set up all over the place, but you could not touch them. You could not even touch the monitor or see how the stand worked if you even reached out for it, some big tackle you guys. Dollars buddy. Get your off of it. Well, while the MAC pros, extremely powerful, Google is coming out and saying that you won't need a supercomputer to play the latest games they'll be showing off stadium. It's new cloud gaming platform later today. Basically, if you're not familiar means you'll be able to play high games through through the cloud, and you won't need this server side computing game is being played on a rack of GPS stuffed server somewhere and it just basically beams, the output to you, as you send your input to controller through the keyboard and mouse. I just did a panel last week. In London the casual connect conference on the future of cloud gaming, and we talked about stadia and all the other versions of this, that have been around for a long time really on live, was one of the first ones and they went out of business. They were little head of their time but still really impressive guy KYW was another that Sony bought and turned into PlayStation now, which is their version of it. Which, again kinda sorta works but do you see this as the actual future of Sunday? Yes. 'cause every future game console after I said the last year the current generation Xbox One and PlayStation four we're going to be the last generation of actual hardware boxes. And I was wrong. I was off. But I think this generation is going to be the last one future under just going to be kind of like this, like a little, like Roku sized box that you plug into a TV, or it'll be built into a TV and everything is going to be server side, just like no in downloads movies really anymore except under special circumstances. Everything just streams, same thing with the future of game. All right. That is more than the time that we had for today's show. Four zero five. Thanks for listening. I'm Alfred Dan Ackerman.
Iowa, Andrea Henry and President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Right now today's top stories from des moines's news traffic adds severe weather station newsradio ten forty w h y'all three thirty i'm su danielson who radio news cloudy and flurries and thirty five degrees our top local story the weather a winter storm warning remains in effect for a large part of northern iowa until early tomorrow morning the good news is that forecasters are removing some areas from the warning as well as a winter weather advisory but the snow continues to pile up in northern iowa some very impressive numbers are coming in twelve inches of snow in worse county ten up in clear lake iowa dot spokesperson andrea henry says they usually have the blades off their big briggs by the fifteenth of april but not this year whenever we have a a winter storm like we're having today especially one like today where there's a lot of mixed precipitation we certainly encourage people to know before they go warmer weather is in the forecast details coming up our top national story the president is optimistic about cia director mike pompeo's a secret meeting over easter weekend the north korean leader kim jong un was with persons he met with the the north korean leader trump tweeted this morning that the secret meeting went smoothly it was held to set up a framework for an upcoming summit between trump and kim jong un airlines have been checking their boeing seven thirtyseven engines after a woman was killed in a southwest airlines accident yesterday she died on the flight yesterday when an engine failed and shattered a window southwest says it speeding up inspections of all related engines korean airlines and japan airlines both say that they are inspecting fan blades on their engines as well who radio news time three thirty one and a half traffic weather and more rush limbaugh next i want to be informed i need to know what's happening it changes every day every day this is joins us radio ten forty w h o every single day i use my computer and recently it's been like driving apollo thirteen desperately coming up with bits of duct tape and other things to keep it going well that was before i took it.
Downtown Des Moines skate park may finally happen
"They moving in from the south west rain to the east of us thirty five degrees right now our top local story this hour we know the cause of death now fully understand the cause of death of a family of four from iowa on vacation in mexico it was a gas leak from a water heater or a gas stove in a condo they were renting during the family vacation a relative tells the des moines register that the us consulate in mexico confirms it was a gas leak from an appliance that was the cause of the deaths the bodies of forty one year old kevin sharp thirty eight year old amy sharpen their children twelve year olds sterling sharpe and sevenyearold adriana were found friday in a vacation condo in mexico the bodies are expected to arrive back in iowa this wednesday a central iowa men and women are accused of holding a woman at gunpoint assaulting her and stealing her belongings from her grimes apartment the polk county sheriff's office says thirtythreeyearold danielle lawson of grimes and twenty one year old andrew wicked of rid are now charged in the early morning robbery in southeast grimes deputies say dawson and wicked new the woman in the apartment it was not a random act the city of des moines's approved donating land for new skate park to be located just across the street from wells fargo arena and the mother of a skateboarder and a member of amos and did iowa organizing strategy and we've been working on this for fourteen years my son is a skateboarder we had traveled all over the country to skate parks and we said why can't do this jan hill tells whol radio news they're hoping to drop to forty thousand people from around the state and the nation every year with special events it's going to be one of the biggest skate parks in the nation she says we'll have more on that story and are expanded news at noon our top national story facebook stock is down over six percent today after the after the federal trade commission announced it is investigating the company's privacy practices in a statement the ftc's says it takes very seriously recent press reports that raise concerns.
Saudi Arabia says Yemeni rebels fired ballistic missiles, killing 1 in Riyadh
"The center of the case are three statements nor salman gave to fbi agents in the hours after the twenty sixteen massacre that left forty nine dead in them she confessed to having supported her husband's plans for the rampage but cell phone evidence presented earlier during her trial contradicts wanted mission that she and her husband case polls before the mass shooting the evidence suggests salman never went near the club her attorneys contend the statements were coerced and falls salman is charged with provide material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice for npr news i'm amy green in orlando russian authorities say at least sixty four people are dead after a fire swept through a shopping mall yesterday it happened in the siberian city of kemerovo about one thousand nine hundred miles east of moscow according to some news reports the alarm system failed to go off and some fire exits were blocked who the rebels in yemen have fired ballistic missiles at riyadh the capital of saudi arabia npr's ruth sherlock says the attack took place on the third anniversary of yemen's war a streak across the sky and then the impact residents in saudi arabia's capital filmed the ballistic missile attack on their cell phones and shared the videos on social media the saudi military said the country's air defense system intercepted seven ballistic missiles but the fragments still hit the capital saudi state media said one person was killed and two others were injured in the attack these would be the first casualties in the saudi capital since the kingdom got involved in yemen's war saudi supports yemen's government against toothy rebels who it says are supported by its regional opponent iran more than ten thousand people have died in yemen's ongoing conflict wreath sherlock npr news beirut this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four it's thirty five degrees highs near forty seven degrees today with sunshine a farreaching pay equity bill is expected to pass the.
Officials: Student accidentally shoots self at Lexington, Kentucky high school
"Early evening temperatures get up to a high of thirty five to forty this afternoon but real feels 20s to near thirty for most of the day some clearing tonight we drop down to twenty five to thirty there could be some patches of black ice and then tomorrow partly sunny up to forty four mid40s sunday with some sunshine does a storm just state or south unease monday or does it try to curved back into southeast new england that's the question will try to answer is you stay with us through the weekend i'm accuweather meteorologist need to bore wbz newsradio 1030 thirty five degrees and overcast embossed him but it feels like 28 city for this event nails dr anne seal and doc shelly has by me to talk about eighteen both talk phyllis and more saturday night at eight o'clock on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 205 a student is wounded after he shoots himself at a high school in lexington kentucky police say there is no threat to the public and the school is not on lockdown the student was taken to a hospital with nonlife threatening injuries that student has not been identified but officials do say he will face gun charges no one else was hurt coming up in two minutes a check on bloomberg business here on wbz.
US closes consular agency in Mexico, bars employee travel over 'security threat'
"The day today with a high of thirty five degrees for tonight partly cloudy 23 lakeside eighteen inland friday mostly sunny thirty seven saturday mostly sunny to partly cloudy forty sunday partly cloudy the mostly cloudy thirty eight and monday mostly cloudy chance of flurries high thirty six i'm meteorologist brian niznansky the storms he forecasts and wtmj for dona twenty river hills 28 it's twenty in milwaukee of wtmj story ricky overnight a genius in line the headline us closes consulate in popular mexican tourist towns citing security threat this part of their continuing coverage of what's going on in the riviera meyer citing a security threat the us consular agency in the popular tourist town of playa del carmen mexico closed its office wednesday until further notice and the us state department's forbidding government workers from travelling there the embassy mexico city posted the notice on its website wednesday jason line says but authorities didn't immediately respond to questions from the journal sentinel the state department put out an alert in recent weeks following the explosion of a bomb on a tourist ferry ducked in playa del carmen last month it injured several americans and other undetonated bombs were found on ferries in the area last week play del carmen in the rubira my edges south of cancun in other tourist regions of seen a sharp out tickin' violence the paper says in recent months in investigation by the journal sentinel far more than one hundred fifty travelers becoming sick injured in some cases even dying after drinking small in moderate amounts of alcohol at all inclusive resorts there travellers reported it sub as recently as last week of being sexually assaulted beaten rod taken a jail and mistreated at local hospitals the investigation exposed how travelers encounter indifferent at sometimes hostile resort workers police and hospital staff we've had there were killed rutledge on several times talking about this story she's the one who's been doing reporting hangers she was the very first and she's been on it and then some in terms of of following up on what they're finding but again the us closing its consulate in playa a del carmen mexico setting a security threat they do at instructions in the paper repeated from the state department of what you should do under actions to take if you wanna check that out a.
Report reveals staggering deficiencies at VA hospital in D.C.
"The wmal weather channel forecast for the wake of low pressure crack it open headed away some dry weather here for the rest of the week it's the beginning of the weekend of westnorthwesterly wind today increasing clouds 45 overnight tonight some clouds 31 outside the beltway we'll be colder a few clouds around the dusty westnorthwesterly when forty seven dry saturday move some rain showers put out by sunday coverage digit the weather channel on wlsam and currently our nation's capital thirty five degrees at seven forty seven on w m a out one is how she doubt the da um we know that david schulkin the va secretary was appointed by president obama uh the washington d c v a at the time was suffering a lot of problems dirty syringes equipment shortages there were a lot of problems with the washington d c via rise syringes like how do you do that if you're a hospital it's government run healthcare echo her everybody i've where my and i'm just gonna say is as you know i have a lot of friends who are liberal when they go on about we need government goes single payer single payer ago we have a single payer it's called the va just ask for that to be extended to everyone in italy although renew medicare for all make of course it's good enough for vets but not good enough for you all right so there is a one hundred fifty page report that came out by the inspector general of the va and this is to supplement the report the came out in april preliminary finding last april of patient safety issues at the washington dc va this new one hundred and fifty page report that gives more details found failed leadership at multiple levels at the at the va during the obama administration that put patients at risks at risk at at this dc center near the report found that at least three va program offices directly under secretary david shokhin's watch new quote serious persistent deficiencies when he was the va under secretary of health from 2015 to 2016 now it stopped short of saying that he knew about it because he says he did not know about these things these these issues never made it to his level.