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"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Tony Anthony Mason and killed the news this morning we good morning it's five oh three we have a couple of clouds and this guy fifty one degrees right now another nice day today with highs in the seventies with Mike Rogers and Susie so ladies I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning the city of forwards interim police chief is accepted the job permanently K. R. L. these Alan's Guyer has our top story had Kraus became interim police chief when Joe fitz Gerald was fired in may Kraus have been a fort worth police officer since nineteen ninety two we took the job he said he would serve as long as he could and do the best job we can the city manager has now announced Kraus will take the job permanently mayor Betsy price says the decision to continue the leadership of the fort worth police department under Krause is the right choice she says she's always been impressed with his professionalism leadership and report with the community Krauss is taking the job permanently as fort worth police are hearing calls for increased citizen oversight the group United fort worth says to build a positive relationship with the people Kraus should have asked for a transparent and community driven process with a pool of candidates crosses deal does not need to be approved by the city council because he was sworn in when he became interim chief Alan sky and his radio to maybe care will be for the second morning in a row dozens of people in Dallas were chased from their homes by a multi alarm fire here all these Kurt Lewis has the update this morning it was a three alarm Rick chase place a complex on chapel creek drive a mile north of Bachman lake the calls came in just past midnight saying flames were jetting from the roof already Dallas fire lieutenant Jason Evans says somebody driving by saw the flames stop then began knocking on doors to wake everyone up because of that everyone got out okay before the fire department even arrived although firefighters were able to save half the building the roof caved in on the other half and it's a total loss about thirty people were left homeless just twenty four hours earlier a four alarm fire displaced nearly a hundred people from a condo complex in northeast Dallas Kerr Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD Irving police say a man killed in an Arlington police chase may have been responsible for a series of burglaries in their city K. R. L. these Austin your has the story since mid November police in Irving say there've been a series of burglaries at subway and Pizza Hut restaurants after viewing surveillance video police identify David Jimenez and David Hernandez as to the suspects involved officer Robert reeve says Hernandez was also believed to have stolen a car and show that Hernandez was possibly hang on in Arlington Texas from best get our share that information with Arlington PD their officers were able to locate Hernandez than the stolen vehicle you're still driving a police chase ensued and Hernandez wrecked out and was killed the man is is behind bars in a burglary charge Reeves believes there are other suspects involved in.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and killed yes this morning we close call on the bush turned your top story at twelve oh three were up to sixty six degrees afternoon I'm Chris summers a call about a stolen pick up leads to a police chase in garland care oldies out of the sky has the details are when police say two people stole a truck from a neighborhood near high meadow Dr about eleven o'clock this morning get there we of certain vehicle even the the area to try to stop it and it leaves in the pursuit now says the two started driving on the bush turnpike the NTTA says the car was going the wrong way Perrin says the to stop in the neighborhood got out and started running we were able to catch both the subjects and they're both in custody at this time nobody was hurt and when sky on his radio to maybe K. realty the red cross is operating a shelter for the ninety people who lost their homes in this morning's fire at a condominium complex in northeast Dallas on fire destroyed almost thirty condos near northwest highway and Abrams road some say they walk up to the sound of people yelling alarms going off as well they knew they had to get out I think the saddest part is that it's like it's the holidays and these people have lost everything I have morning brain at least at this point we have a group called the.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Wearing what police are calling a hoax suicide vest a worker heard in last month's hard rock hotel construction site collapse in New Orleans was deported yesterday to his native Honduras ice announced the deportation of thirty eight year old Delmer angel Ramirez Palmer workplace safety advocates said Ramirez Palmer had hoped to stay in the U. S. to assist with the an investigation of the collapse they alleged that a Ramirez Palmer was deported as retaliation because he'd reported construction short cuts to a supervisor before the collapse ice cold those charges patently false and irresponsible this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we your new life and this is WCBS newsradio eight eight OO radio dot com station thirty two degrees we have a partly cloudy sky in Central Park were expecting a high today of forty two degrees with a mix of sun and clouds and then Sunday morning through Tuesday morning a winter storm watch will be in effect north and west of the city there could be a mix of snow sleet rain a whole big mess for the big travel trip home on Sunday there's been a rash of assaults against MTA workers three workers were tacked to less than thirty minutes apart yesterday CBS to Christina fan report they had been punched sprayed and assaulted for simply doing their jobs on Friday MTA employees sense of security was shattered again when an angry driver smashed the windows seven and five bus I turned and saw that the bus driver that was busted bleeding police are looking for the driver of a black Ford who threw a glass bottle at this bus in a case of road rage near west a hundred and thirty six and Broadway the broken glass and two employees to the hospital just thirty minutes later in a separate incident at the a hundred and twenty fifth street subway station there was a tax while standing in the cab of a train when a suspect punched him.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Say it's honestly not as crazy as I thought it would be but thankfully getting here at three thirty in the morning was something that was unusual CBS's development is at the Galleria in Glendale California forecasters say consumer confidence this year is high even though many people are predicting a recession and twenty twenty forecasters say most consumers say they plan to spend at least as much as last year or maybe even more an abbreviated trading day on Wall Street ends with the Dow down a hundred nine point this is CBS news the CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we if your call those all news station news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM now the W. B. B. M. noon business hours WBBM news time twelve oh three great to have you with us for the Friday November twenty ninth edition of the new business our I'm Jennifer Kuiper in for Cisco koto the new business our is presented by the village of Bedford park now let's look at the weather this afternoon cloudy cold and damp high near forty tonight cloudy and cold with rain at times mainly after midnight becoming breezy hello thirty five right now we have thirty eight degrees at o'hare thirty nine at midway and thirty eight degrees along the lake front now an update on the markets and more with Bloomberg's a Lisa Parenti Jennifer we had a winning a week and month but on the day some losses after the closing bell now the Dow down one hundred thirteen points to twenty eight thousand fifty one nasdaq lost forty points today are almost half a percent and the S. and P. gave back thirteen the Bloomberg WBBM Chicago index down by half a percent so for the week a win with the biggest gains on the nasdaq for the month of November the same the nasdaq it added four and a half percent this month and the Dow and S. and P. both it gained about five and a half percent or more cost goes online thanksgiving deal day deals are still in play today because the website crash for a while yesterday and cosco wasn't the only one to see those kinds of problems Nordstrom rack says it's also fixing delays of its own but the problem's did not stop online spending yesterday it topped four billion dollars for the first time ever according to adobe analytics back to you Jennifer thanks so much Lisa and coming up on today's noon business our we'll talk about shopping on this Black Friday we'll find out what some of the fun gadgets are this season and on on truth or Friday will also talk to someone who is come up well actually who is come up with.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:59 min | 10 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"On the our real news for real reporting I'm Wendy Gillette vice president Mike pence help US troops celebrated early thanksgiving during a surprise visit to Iraq it is thanksgiving we it is our great honor to be here today say thank you for your service here at the tip of the spear all of a sudden there a rag give yourselves a round of applause he also met with the president of the Kurdistan region of Iraq after the U. S. pull troops out of northern Syria two months ago leaving courage they're exposed to Turkish attacks national security adviser Robert o'brien says president trump was justified in withholding military aid from Ukraine I I can tell you on the present feels why I feel this way if we're gonna be sending American dollars abroad we want to make sure that they're being spent affectively efficiently and and a non corrupt manner he spoke at a security forum in Canada the president says he's eager for the impeachment investigation to proceed to a Senate trial as Democrats wrapped up their scheduled public hearings this week in the house CBS is Paula read well the president claims there is not enough evidence to impeach him on CBS news has learned that many White House officials do expect the house will impeach the president and that's why earlier this week they met with Republicans to talk about what a Senate trial could look like and how they may be able to shape the process the help the president president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani spoke on fox news a short time ago he addressed a CNN story about claims that representative Devin noni as met with former Ukrainian prosecutor Victor showcase in Indiana last year to discuss digging up dirt about former vice president Joe Biden I do not believe that Devin newness met with mess was choking this is the first I would I would have heard of that I think I would have heard of it if it happened twenty one year old in young you has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of her boyfriend Alexander Tula who took his own life in Boston CBS's Melo lanky the couple exchanged more than seventy five thousand text messages more than half were sent from you prosecutors say she constantly drove the talk of suicide repeatedly texting or to look to go die and in another text she wrote do everyone a favor and go effing kill yourself her attorney released texts earlier this week which they say shows you tried to stop or to look in any coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce food safety consulting Douglas Powell B. E. coli can kill people it is very dangerous and it's probably cattle livestock washing down into the romaine this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we Hey forget.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and killed this morning we all right you've heard other about the the food tasted we're gonna end that Popeye's versus chick fillet will end it and tell you the better sandwich in moments first the news here's laurel oaks I'll be twenty six degrees at twelve oh three in the hour's top stories US senator any club which are today weighing in for the first time here on WCCO on the news of the former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is potentially entering the presidential race I welcome him to the race if he decides to get in he just filed papers in Alabama which I'll get yesterday but it came out of nowhere actually kids he had said he wasn't going to run before which are telling Dave Leon the WCC a morning news that she has a lot of respect for Bloomberg noting that he has a ton of money and a lot more than she has well which are says the current democratic field already includes candidates who can win including herself funeral services were held this morning in Eagan for seventh grade boy who was struck and killed while on his bike on his way to school last week thirteen year old Patrick VTech was heading to school and deeply road last Friday when a vehicle hit him from behind he was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead there the firearms deer hunting opener is this weekend in more and more women are taking up the sport clear Gaylor looks like any other suburban mom standing in our living room a framed pictures and toys for her young daughter except for one thing it's really light she's holding a high powered rifle her main tool in her recently taken up hobby deer hunting she was drawn to a Minnesota DNR mentorship program that taught her all the basics how to find land how to track dear how to look for science and safety we went out to the range a couple times to side and rifled around seventy thousand women will be among the half million deer hunters who had into the woods and fields this weekend in Minnesota that according to the DNR the percentage of women buying tear licenses is also on the rise Adam Carter newstalk eight three oh WCCO WCCO news time is twelve oh.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Committee chairman Adam Schiff condemned the president's remarks I find once again the president invited another country to interfere in our presidential elections refinement in a fundamental reaches of offices. a stunning new medical study takes a closer look at long damaging people who vape hi I'm Gerry none samples of lung tissue taken from seventeen people ranging in age from nineteen to sixty seven of eight ball shocking an unexplained Mayo Clinic researchers say that long damaging some will become ill resembles chemical burns much like those suffered by people exposed to chemical weapons such as mustard gas experts for normally baffled as to precisely what's causing the lung damage but also how many harmful substances may be involved there have now been eighteen deaths in fifteen states in the CDC says there are more than one thousand confirmed and probable cases of vaping related illnesses our dean Reynolds will have much more on the story that's tonight on the CBS evening news investigators are on the scene of yesterday's crash of a World War two era plane at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut seven people were killed seven others hurt NTSB board member Jennifer how many says the pilot radioed the control tower about problems he was having with one of the engines we are aware that the pilot radioed air traffic control and stated there was an issue with one of the engines we identified that engine in the wreckage and we secured it for further examination this is CBS news. CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and. this morning we. hi I'm it's iPhone season it spread which just print and get a new I put a lot into the meeting on the camera systems and.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This morning join Tony Anthony Mason and. this morning we. three of the bay area's news station KCBS it is sunny and mild sixties and seventies today. and I'm Rebecca chorale here's what's happening some breaking news out of the state capitol this morning were governor Gavin Newsom has released an executive action aimed at confronting team vaping the governor announced a state sponsored public awareness campaign about the dangers of the cigarettes following a nationwide outbreak of serious long illness connected to vaping the governor's executive action instructs state regulators to reduce youth vaping consumption by finding ways to ban illegal and counterfeit vaping products the band that plan also sets aside twenty million dollars for the vaping awareness campaign and allows for signs warning against the houses the vaping where they are sold and advertised federal health officials reports that there have been at least six deaths and four hundred fifty possible cases of severe long illnesses related to the vaping across the country since the first cases were reported in April. runway repaving work continues at San Francisco International leading to delays and cancellations currently the airport reports nearly two hundred flight delays and more than sixty cancellations for the day as KCBS is Margie Shafer reports legacy airlines are offering some flexibility for passengers that often comes at a price United delta and American.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and kill. this morning we. any Rajkumar here in for Chad today what is on your bucket list we want to hear from you call us tweet add us or message us on Facebook but first here's an card all right thank you sixty six degrees in the Twin Cities the hour's top stories the Minnesota Supreme Court's his parents to defame their kids public high school coaches don't have legal protection to do so the High Court ruling that the coaches are not public officials so they have a lower bar to prove any defamation case Minnesota high school coaches association executive director John Schumacher says they're pleased with that ruling that gives our colleges some for catching up they want to go for defamation are slander lawsuit against appeared for rod silly accusing them of accusation gives up but have to defend their name and what they've done the core to the court's decision involves former Woodbury high school girls basketball coach Nate the McGuire who filed a defamation suit against parents who made false accusations against him we're hearing a first hand from a Minnesotan stuck in South Carolina is hurricane Dorian slams into Charleston Mike back of course owns the Saint Paul St season Charles. order for millions of people without power we're right in downtown behind Herald cabin which is a restaurant that Bill Murray John Schumacher and I have so the downtown is an out but the flooding is what's going to happen he told W. sees his daily that the saints have close connection to the Charleston riverdogs as Bill Murray part owner of both the saints and that that minor league baseball team in a South Carolina Minnesota senator and presidential candidate in the clubs are taking part last night's CNN town hall series on the climate crisis which are says her first action if elected is rejoining the international climate change agreement she's a goal would be putting a price on carbon and there's an old A. J. boys saying that I support to me we have a lot of tribes in our state and it says great leaders should make decisions I'm not for this generation but for seven generations from now will be sharks plane that she does not support an all out ban on fracking because she sees natural gas as a transitional fuel and would review every permit she also said the trump administration's methane decision must be reversed Sloan Martin news talk eight three oh WCCO Minnesota department of public safety is out with the results of the one hundred deadliest days on the highway one hundred and thirty two people were killed in crashes over the summer including a two car crash that took six lives the patrol lieutenant Gordon shanks says he's disappointed with the number of drunk drivers arrested we want people to hear warning that you're gonna be arrested for DWI you don't plan ahead and as you can see the numbers were up people that plan has so we want people to plan ahead have a good time to do in a safe manner because if you.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Began between the US and China consumers will start feeling the pension additional fifteen percent tariffs on one hundred and twenty five billion dollars worth of Chinese goods went into effect today CBS is Joe Slazenger breaks down what's affected there are a swath of items subject to this fifteen percent tariffs and it's everything from the smart watch or Bluetooth headphones a flat screen TV to a lot of clothing suits jackets pants some footwear whiskey meats cheeses text books but not bibles a somber ceremony in Poland the country is marking the eightieth anniversary of the German invasion in nineteen thirty nine Germany's president ask for forgiveness for the **** invasion that started World War two this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we for ex number one station radio nine fifty good afternoon welcome on this Sunday hard to believe it's already the first of September I'm rob Mason for WWJ newsradio nine fifty rather cloudy this afternoon a couple of showers high seventy three stray shower tonight low sixty two the complete accu weather forecast coming up it's a cool one right now sixty degrees still some light rain falling throughout much of the metro area WWJ.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This morning join Tony Anthony Mason and kill yes this morning we too much for good afternoon twelve oh three that is our top story I'm David rank in a couple of police officers from Saks you're going to face a federal lawsuit over shooting that happened nine years ago in October of two thousand ten a seventeen year old named Ryan Cole of garland was reported suicidal he was found walking along the wooded area at the garland sanctae border Andy had a gun to his head it's what happened next that brought the lawsuit too sexy police officers responded and opened fire their shots the family says because Cole's hand is squeezed the trigger warning himself in the head the family says call pose no dangers to the officers the suit says the officers have changed their stories to cover their tracks family attorney Chris Ayers says the appeals court is leading the suit continue your factual matters for a jury to assess whether the officers used excessive force in the situation that the shooting of Ryan was on just by the fact the city of sexy has not returned our calls LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD one of five three the fans reporting that Zeke is headed back to Dallas this weekend to finally work out a deal if accepted that could make him the second highest paid running back in the NFL but Ezekiel Elliott hasn't signed anything yet the deal is worth around thirteen million dollars a year according to reports but so far Elliott still hasn't made a decision about it but Kevin Turner of one oh five three the fan feels it's only a matter of time I think the cowboys you're going to probably stick with this offer I don't think they're going to get him the highest paid running back moniker but eventually after a couple days of charges that non it I think it's ridiculous table finally come to their senses the go ahead sign the deal he doesn't believe Elia will actually miss any regular season games with Turner feels if he does because the cowboys week schedule they'll be fine without him we're pretty wide tell me that the cat was given about it but I truly think picking up to a great start because the schedule over the first two months is not backed up first game against the giants is just over two weeks away Austin your news radio ten eighty care oldies taken five years but the cops in Arlington say they've solved a cold case murders Michael Jackson junior were shot dead in a road rage incident on Tabasco trail in south Arlington back on December tenth twenty fourteen now almost five years later Arlington police have made an arrest in the case the queen bee is hill is already behind bars serving a ten year prison sentence for an unrelated aggravated assault lieutenant Christopher cook says investigators had their eyes on hill all alone we believe the whole time he was responsible we just didn't have enough physical evidence because we were never able to locate our our he says the break in the case came when hill bragged about his involvement in the deadly shooting to one of his fellow prisoners who was charged with one count of murder into Greenstein newsradio ten eighty K. are all the mad is teaming up with cop shops all over the state to increase drunk driving enforcement mothers against drunk driving says that one of the set up its first saturation Saturday to highlight in upcoming spike in travel around Labor Day Mads Emma do god says almost five thousand crashes involve the drunk driver last year in North Texas alone the grim reality is that you your family or someone you know will probably be impacted by a tragedy of drunk driving at some point Irving police chief Jeff Spivey says the city's first line of duty death was twenty six years ago when an officer was hit by a drunk driver this event still weighs very heavy on the hearts and minds of every employee of the Irving police department a few months later Spivey says his brother and a friend died in a drunk driving crash he says his brother was the drunk driver and Irving police headquarters Alan sky newsradio ten eighty care while the why the Texas Rangers may make you do a double take this weekend that story's coming I'm just about ready to go back to school so my mom's finishing her shopping list at Walgreens they have everything we need at great prices this week you can get deals on bubbly twelve ounce packages different.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A give to the oil and gas industry the groups say the chain just ignore the impact of climate change Allison Keyes CBS news Washington beau thirteen states in the south and Midwest are under heat advisories in some places it'll feel as high as a hundred seventeen degrees Louisiana Arkansas Oklahoma Mississippi feeling the worst of it Wall Street right now the Dow was down two hundred seventy seven points this CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and kill this morning we if your call those all news station news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM the W. B. B. M. noon business hours WBBM news time twelve oh three it's great to have you with us for the Monday edition of the noon business hours another trading week is under way nine Cisco code lots of clouds in Chicago land some pretty rough thunderstorms headed our way in the overnight hours high of eighty five today low of seventy overnight and tomorrow no rain with a high of eighty one degrees right now eighty one here AT midway and seventy nine along Chicago's lakefront the new business our is presented by the village of Bedford park let's kick things off with an update of Wall Street at Bloomberg here's a Lisa Parenti Cisco we are really looking at our lowest levels of the day the Dow narrowly hanging on to the twenty six thousand level as it retreats more than one percent war two hundred seventy five points the nasdaq down two thirds of a percent a loss of fifty five points also narrowly above seventy nine hundred and the S. and P. down twenty five to twenty eight ninety four the Bloomberg WBBM Chicago indexes sliding one and a quarter percent so stocks are lower by three percent or more so far in August today a Hong Kong protest closed its airport political unrest is unnerving investors who are already nervous about the US China trade war it's on schedule to escalate on the first of next month that's when new US terrace kick in crude oil futures slightly higher to fifty four dollars eighty two cents a barrel back to you Cisco thanks a lease on today's noon business our we will talk about all of that and also how hackers are using wifi to get into your computers and wireless devices also.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and yes this morning we sixty eight degrees at twelve oh three a mark fry WCCO news Minneapolis police are looking for a suspect involved in an early morning shooting police patrolling the two hundred block of west Broadway Avenue heard gunshots shortly after two thirty this morning and were then informed a gunshot victim was headed to the hospital in a private vehicle a man in his early thirties and arrived at north Memorial Hospital the non life threatening gunshot wound the man told police that he got into a confrontation with a stranger who then shot them that incidents under investigation I'm going trade wars have consumers wondering what's next professor David bang at Saint Thomas says to keep an eye on China's threat of devaluing its currency to offset tariffs when trying to do that with its currency it itself sorry importers here but it hurts our exporters like our farmers he says an outbreak of African swine fever in China might boost the US pork market that might still if you increase the demand because you know they've developed their currency they so might have to replace those pork products somehow knew terrace of ten percent on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports imposed by the trump administration are set to go into into effect September first there is a measure of excitement for twins fans last night at target field when Eddie Rosario came to bat in the six the name.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This morning join Tony Anthony Mason and the news this morning we it's twelve oh three the bay area's news station KCBS it is mostly sunny and mild sixties to low eighties good afternoon I'm Rebecca chorale here's what's happening the deadly camp fire that destroyed the town of paradises claimed it's eighty sixth victim KCBS is Jim Taylor reports he hung on for nine months severely burned by the flames seventy two year old Paul arched he inhaled superheated air in in the fire I mean that built the fire literally passed over the former KCBS reporter Janna lane covered the campfire got to know Paul and his wife Susie the other thing was that he had so many surgeries especially skin grafts and after some of those he would develop pneumonia and after so many bout of pneumonia his lungs just deteriorated over these nine long months Jenna honored with a Gracie award for radio series should put together about the campfire experience they were both in intensive care at the UC Davis Medical Center after being severely burned in the camp fire and although Susie eventually recovered and I'm happy to say is now living independently in Chico and are getting better all the time Paul just never recovered right now Jenna is working on a documentary I have a three days in Canada saw vehicles that had been literally melted from the fire you know all the plastic all the aluminum the heat was bottling during these last nine months Jenna became very close with the urge family I really related to their family and just the the way that they that they that they lived in that the way that they escaped call into the or so resourceful they did escape the flames that killed so many of their neighbors for a while all shielding his wife with his own body she survived he did not with gentle and I'm Jim Taylor KCBS San Francisco officials are breaking ground on a new seismically safe police building the Bayview district that's K. CBS's mapping the reports is designed keep first responders safer in earthquake mayor London breed and other city officials use golden shovels to break ground on a new police building on Evans Avenue that will house two divisions forensics and the motorcycle cops public works director Mohammed Nuru the building itself is going to be over a hundred thousand square feet and a hundred thousand square feet is huge it's even two stories as you can see most importantly the.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Or in the city for the world Aquatics championships three Americans are among those injured plans for today's stage twenty of the tort of France have been put on hold by storms and landslide concerns fears hail storm force the tort of French bikers to make a major detour after road on the course became covered with ice and huge puddles of water spectators fled the area when a rockslide threaten to Burry the pavement this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we your new live and local this is WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station a clear sky line seventy four degrees in Central Park W. CBS news time a five oh three eighty Rockland county father is charged in the deaths of his two one year olds twins in a hot car the babies were left in the backseat when he went to work at the VA in the Bronx little more Reza and Phoenix were in the vehicle from ATM until four PM yesterday thirty nine year old Juan Rodriguez is charged with criminally negligent homicide and manslaughter Bronx councilmen Fernando Cabrera tell CBS to Rodriguez was on his way home before he noticed them is this far.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"There's no doubt about it we hope for their sake I don't know anything for which they do they will pay a price like nobody's paid a price Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House CBS is David Martin is traveling with general Franks mackenzie the top US military commander for the Middle East and we'll have more on this latest escalation on tonight's CBS evening news more than thirty one hundred federal inmates are being released by the bureau of prisons as part of a criminal justice overhaul signed into law last year humor which the bureau's acting director says the overall includes new programs designed to help former inmates returned to the community and find work and preparation for the inmate releases today and in the future we announced a ready to work initiative to partner employers willing to offer job opportunities the inmates seeking employment the first step back to give judges more discretion in sentencing and eases mandatory minimum sentences the Chicago police board has fired for police officers for allegedly covering up a white officers two thousand fourteen fatal shooting of black teenager the Quan McDonald former officer Jason Van **** was convicted of murder in October and sentenced to more than six years in prison a down day on Wall Street to close out the week the Dow fell sixty eight points the nasdaq was off sixty in the S. and P. lost eighteen this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we hi any excessive heat of.

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"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tony anthony" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This morning join Tony Anthony Mason and kill yes this morning we it's five oh three of the bay area's news station KCBS will be sunny and a little bit cooler today our warmest inland temperatures mid eighties good morning I'm Susan Lee Taylor and good morning I'm Matt Bigler here's what's happening and incidents in a processing unit at the chevron refinery prompted flaring at the refinery for nearly two hours last night it came after a large black cloud of smoke billowed out from one of the stack units at around seven thirty a spokeswoman for chevron confirms there wasn't upset at a process unit quoting there but he says the refinery employees address the issue immediately refinery began flooring a typical safety device that officials say the refinery uses to relieve pressure a level one community alert was issued to the neighboring community the level one is one of the lowest on the community warning scale chevron insists the flooring did not pose any environmental or health risks a pair of window washers had to be rescued from the tenth floor of the millennium tower at three OO one mission street in San Francisco late yesterday afternoon after being stranded on their platform since seven o'clock in the morning about four hours or so I like the idea that there for all that is crazy crazy those with the window washers talking with KPIX five once they got back down to the ground San Francisco fire officials say they still don't know why it took hours for anyone to call nine one one when the crew did get their rescue squad was able to wedge a window open and get the two men into the building safely officials with smart the North Bay commuter rail service say they have created a coalition of thirty five mental health leaders law enforcement and other government agencies to address a rising rate of suicide along the agency's forty three miles of track way KCBS is Jeffrey shop reports from smart headquarters in Petaluma it was unusual of bay area transit agency gathering mental health professionals together to address its board of directors.

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