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Riot boosting bill passes South Dakota Senate committee. Utah Senate passes MMIW bill to create task force. Lakota writer remembered as advocate, leader and family man.
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez South Dakota's riot boosting. Bill got a thorough hearing at a special meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday night. After nearly two hours of testimony from opponents committee members still voted six to one to pass the bill along to the full. Senate for floor debate. The state says the law fixes problems that were deemed unconstitutional. In last year's version of the bill opponents say it still restricts speech and assembly through intimidation Victoria. Wicks has this report dictators and is a lobbyist for the South Dakota Sheriff's Association. He says law enforcement officers can use the riot boosting law as a tool to protect opponents as well as proponents for Smith has never perceived their part in this. Play to be one-sided when we go to one of these we see our job as the one that is supposed to protect both sides but some opponents say they were at standing rock protesting the Dakota access pipeline and there they saw government and private security officers intimidate an attack protesters now. They're afraid the riot boosting law will offer an even greater threat of arrest and prosecution in South Dakota one of them is joy braun a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe an organizer with the indigenous environmental network. She says some interactions with law enforcement officers at standing rock. We're friendly and pleasant. Sometimes they trade with US. Sometimes they smudge with us. I shook their hands but she says not. All interactions were positive. How do I reconcile when there's Twenty Eight Jersey Barriers in twelve feet a razor wire and they're throwing water? Camman's Atas for six hours and twenty eight degree. Fahrenheit weather who protects US Braun asked the senators to uphold the First Amendment as ardently as the uphold the second for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota the UTAH. Senate passed a bill this week which creates a missing and murdered indigenous women and Girls Task Force Nine members will include state lawmakers advocates tribal citizens and law enforcement. The group will work with tribes and report findings to the legislature in November. The task force mirrors other efforts in neighboring states Arizona and New Mexico. The bill now heads to the Governor. Lakota rider. Charles Trimble. Who passed away. This week is being remembered for his contributions to native American journalism and his work in Indian country as an advocate and leader. His niece. Judy Cornelia says has professional accomplishments fill volumes including as an engineer founder of the American Indian Press Association and Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. Cornelia says he was a caregiver to his entire family and was like a father to her generous with his time and wisdom. He was a complex but simple man who really embodied the fundamental tenets of our yacht day our family our tribe our culture you know that generosity the understanding compassion commitment to The family instead of you know his personal his personal eagle and while he was you know respected and honored across the globe. I think the things that he treasured most were the appreciation of his family for the things that he gave us. When I say family I don't mean just blood I mean the Oh yuck. Ar tribe that gained so much from him he was stellar. Trimble was born on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. His health had been declining in recent months. He died a little more than a week before his eighty fifth birthday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Chicago weather forecast: Snow near the lake continues
"Central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center a cloudy today high of thirty one snow showers returning tonight maybe another inch of snow on the ground low twenty five and then tomorrow mostly cloudy lake effect snow northwest Indiana and a high of thirty three right now to hear it's twenty nine midway twenty nine twenty eight at Frankford in twenty eight degrees at
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"Was twenty eight degrees twenty three year old Katie the Laney last seen at about twelve thirty this morning in the town of welches of Tories say she had an argument with a friend straight ahead by Brian Harris with the answers and none answers a local representative has received on claims Aronian Americans were detained at the border it's eleven thirty four and it's time for another traffic update here Jordan one of the problems watch right now if any well we don't have any blocking crashes or styles that we do have some road work that's causing a backup for a mile or so on eastbound sixteen in that burly area so slow down that you're probably not expecting right now northbound one six seven just a little bit busy around Alcona southbound I. five that is still filling in from Northgate inter of an a plus some crowding at the ship canal bridge speaking of crowding I'm also seeing that same story on eastbound five twenty as you're pulling away from my five pressing a small slow down on south bound for a five round northeast forty fourth and then again if you're pretty low valley freeway and some hesitation north bound for all five at sunset the traffic report is sponsored by Snoqualmie casino Snoqualmie casino brings one of a kind magic show if the magic dragon still Kwame casino ballroom June six tickets go on sale Friday at ten AM at as the no because you know dot com at Seattle's closest magazine our next come traffic at eleven forty four eco roof forecasters Kristen Clark page chill in the air means a little chance of snow here today just a very light rain snow mix developing around the lunch hour for the Puget Sound the lonely it's really not expecting much if any accumulation maybe some of those spots in the northwest interior the foothills an inch on the grassy.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fine no problems of the Tobin or in the airport tunnels south of town the expressway is clear and route three looks good along the south shore rob Hakluyt WBZ's traffic on the three let's check that for day WBZ accu weather forecast with others there plenty of sunshine with a high of forty today then clear to partly cloudy tonight low twenty three in Boston mid teens across the Midlands suburbs turning cloudy tomorrow with some snow sleet and rain arriving later in the afternoon high thirty seven snow sleet and rain will continue tomorrow night with slippery travel expected mainly north and west of four ninety five were mostly snow and sleet will fall well of lows in the low to mid thirties cloudy windy and cold Monday with any mixed precipitation turning to snow by afternoon and continuing into Monday night temperature steady or slowly falling snow will into early Tuesday mostly cloudy otherwise high thirty seven I'm accu weather Suthers aired WBZ Boston's news radio twenty seven degrees this morning in Taunton twenty seven in Framingham twenty four degrees in Beverly and bright sunshine here in Boston twenty eight degrees at seven fifty five on the ring central news line it's time for our New England weekend hello and welcome to the WBZ New England weekend Jordan here the Cape and symphony has had a wonderful run in there sixty seven season of holiday pops is here with orchestra and chorus now there are two shows would still some tickets left today at two and seven thirty PM at the Dolan performing arts center it's which I school joining me is our good friend Heidi Dallin with details about the shows and a great way to Holiday Inn Holiday and we have something for everyone in holiday music bands hire a band the name bell orchestra led by you we and then we have the case in court joining the orchestra for some numbers then we have to.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees clear skies in Boston temperature reading up to thirty nine this afternoon but the wind will make it feel like it's in the twenties good morning everyone I'm Marc Cohn and here's what's happening at eight o'clock Boston fire says a hazmat situation in downtown Boston has now been contained in a steam leak that set the whole thing off has been shut down the steam leak spewed some unknown debris this morning at about five thirty at ninety nine summer street requiring a level two hazmat response the debris is now being tested in hazmat technicians remain on scene to monitor the area a federal grand jury is investigating charges of overtime fraud in the Boston police department according to The Boston Globe WBZ's Kevin Coleman with the details the allegations are that three officers submitted significant overtime in two thousand eighteen and didn't fully worked those for our overtime shifts police commissioner William cross ordered a review of payroll data for every district in the department the investigation into the Boston police department is still ongoing and it follows federal and state investigations into overtime abuse by the state police troopers that included ten troopers being charged in eight pleading guilty Kevin Golan WBZ Boston's news radio it was a very busy day and night in the through when a car struck the fire station at five corners in downtown to fill in last night the driver has been arrested for driving under the influence Methuen fire tells us no one was hurt the building is fine in the crash did not impact operations and if that wasn't enough a gas leak yesterday in Methuen forced the evacuation of residents near the area of center street Columbia gas spokesperson Kelly merit tells WBZ that Columbia gas was doing a scheduled sweep when it detected the leak but we're.
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"Approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago Jenny cell from the I. dot traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death the forecast for the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist him McGill lecture flood advice effect until nine o'clock this morning for cook county in lake shore flood warning until four o'clock this afternoon for most of northern Indiana and close late Porter laporte county sunny breezy and cold today record cold high temperatures only getting after on nineteen or twenty factor in the wind of this morning we chills down to zero to ten below again nineteen or twenty for the high today tonight becoming mostly cloudy down around ten than steady or rising temperatures after midnight cloudy tomorrow cold was a lifestyle possible late hi run twenty six not quite as cold and light snow could spill over to early Thursday only attesting to maybe a half inch could be a few spots north of the city get up to an inch then becoming partly cloudy Thursday afternoon thirty two Friday partly to mostly sunny thirty three Saturday partly to mostly sunny thirty six I'm Tim ago from the double jump on the seventy eight degrees right now in Chicago in the wind chill is mine is eight the weather is our top story this morning the weather could see record breaking cold temperatures today's Tim said the National Weather Service says temps may only reach the low tech twenties which would easily break the record for the state the coldest high in November twelfth that record twenty eight degrees in nineteen ninety five sub zero windchill factors are out reading commuters this morning WGN spoke with south side a writer Patrick green outside the CTA's redline station at ninety fifth game I was like a ton of bricks and a it gets warmer clothes in the wind chill now minus eight in Chicago with up to a half foot of snow blanketing some parts of the Midwest Chicago got about four inches yesterday cost icy conditions at all here an American Airlines plane skidded off the runway on landing passenger Louise Taurus was on board that aircraft when we first see the ground I didn't feel that the plane was an actually stopping it was they kept on going he was sliding on the ice police are investigating after letters containing racist slurs were sent to three north suburban schools in recent weeks officials at Evanston Skokie district sixty five say the letters were mailed to Kingsley elementary park school and the J. E. A. L. E. H. education center the most recent was received November seventh officials say acts of racism will not be tolerated.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We will have a nice day. It's going to come. It's just a little bit chilly right now. Twenty eight degrees in the American standard heating. Weather center, a high of forty seven and sunshine today, the time is six seventeen. Rocket attacks in Israel. Yes, you're I'm not repeating myself from yesterday still going on while some say, a ceasefire can actually happen. Tony cats ninety three WIBC good morning, sixty rockets into southern Israel, the Israeli military carrying out strikes, hundreds in the Gaza Strip. There have been claims of a ceasefire there has been no realization of a ceasefire. This started a little over a week ago when HAMAs shot rockets in towards I believe it was Tel Aviv. They say by accident. They say they were doing routine maintenance, which is always good when the terrorist organization next door is like, let's make sure we dust these things we we wouldn't want to have we wouldn't want to have our artillery machines looking dirty now would we that led to a response from the Israelis because it's always about response. It's never about being proactive. In the attack and multiple targets. Gaza targets being hit. This is a second onslaught of rockets. They started yesterday into the evening into the early morning hours till about three fifteen this happened. Even after HAMAs claims that they accepted, an Egyptian brokered ceasefire that would have begun at ten pm. But yet the rockets happened afterwards, the public security minister Gilada, Don. Saying the rumors of a ceasefire incorrect now. There are two things to take from this number one is something I brought up yesterday. Which is a very it's I only have it is rumor I've seen it reported. I need more. And I'm hoping today to be able to get that confirmation. And one of the things that it is being reported is that the quote unquote Palestinians are starting to fight back against HAMAs HAMAs, a terrorist organization and HAMAs is is funded by Iran. Right. They're the they're the largest sponsor of terrorism in on the globe state terrorism as as they say, of course, Iran is an incredible public enemy number one a different public enemy number one than let's say China. But when we talk about why the United States still has a relationship with Saudi Arabia, which I agree needs to change in drastic measure in multiple ways. It's because Saudi Arabia while you might have a Mohammed bin Salman. Yes. Executing Jamal kashogi. The the Washington Post contributor absolute. Happened there. I won't condone it. You have a ran trying desperately to destroy the the nation of Israel and further it's terrorist onslaught against you mean, we how they're acting as a proxy in Syria. They're engaged in other places. Of course, the mall is the hardliners the cleric of clerics of Iran needs to be stopped. And that's why they require the first focus, which is why why you may be disgusted with Saudi Arabia for what's happening in the Middle East. You keep them right now at a level of close we should have dealt with them more properly after September eleventh. But we did. So that's so I bring this all up because if indeed if indeed it is true that the the people are starting to rise up against Tomasz. And from what we're hearing. And what was reported a HAMAs cracking down on them a tremendous amount of bloodshed, a tremendous amount of a tax on people going to hospitals, beaten, up, a bloodied, etc. If they want to fight back. This is incredibly important in good news. Because a Gaza without HAMAs could actually create peace. I've often said I'm not a believer in the two state solution writer, a Palestinian state and the Israelis day, and I'm not a believer. Because you can't create a piece with people who want to kill you. It can't be done. But if now people are just like, you know, what we've been through this whole terrorism thing. Do you know what they seem to have running water and toilets that work and medicine? So we're gonna you know, try not to upset them anymore. We're trying not to attack them anymore. And maybe we can get some of that too. Huge huge development. Here's the other one. If the rocket attacks continue their responses are going into new Israel is not going to somehow sit idly by and allow attacks to take place without response. Just so we're clear the other big story. And remember nothing's going to be big story. Compared to Muller. Right. We we all agree with that. The Trump administration telling a federal court last night that it's going to ask them to toss out the Affordable Care Act in its entirety. In full. Let's go back to I think it's December two thousand eighteen there is a federal judge read O'Connor who ruled that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. Twenty states argued the constitutionality. Why? Because there's no longer an individual mandate. Right. When the individual mandate got basically moved out when they redid the tax law. Well, at what moment does the entirety of ObamaCare still need to exist. This the argument that it that is being made. Right. That just so just so we're clear so the judge made this ruling, but the ruling was never enforced following me. Now, the Justice department filing with the US court of appeals for the fifth circuit New Orleans. That the lower court's ruling. Meaning this judge read O'Connor who said that. Obamacare is unconstitutional that should be affirmed. And here's the kick. The United States is not arguing that any portion of the district court's judgment be reversed. This is what's going to have the political left in a level of uproar is that you have no case being made by the US government as to why it should still be enforced. This is gonna be a fascinating bit of play. Because they're the argument is an interesting one never mind. The fact that I know that ObamaCare doesn't work that it hasn't helped that it is hurt more people than it has helped. And we still haven't solved the wish we're still not solving the problem. We're still not honestly discussing the issue. I wanna see ObamaCare go. I am not interested in government control of healthcare. I'm not interested in large government never have been. I'm not about to start now. But people are going to question. The idea of hey, this is a law. Why isn't the government? Defending this. Well, we've seen many times like for example, Doma where the executive does not defend the law. This is not new the question is what's the fifth circuit gonna do? We're following that story map air traffic on the fives. What's happening? All right. Tony. Kevin inbound sixty nine down from Fisher capital of extra cars. You know, that's gonna get busy up there. But still nothing that's going to slow you down too much or make you to work here this morning at the northwest side. Northbound four sixty five looking pretty good. As we go through seventy first street eighty sixth straight on to the age of sixty five hundred j so far so good up there. But again that's going to pick up nicely as the morning progresses..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees in Boston at four o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. And this is WBZ news sentencing for the president's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is just now getting underway. Charges today taxing Bank fraud, CBS news Justice. Correspondent Paula Reid tells us if there's anything we might learn shortly about Bob Muller's investigation is outstanding questions about Paul manafort's meeting with his longtime Russian business associate Constantine Kalinic. We know from the special counsel's investigation that Manafort met with clinic during the campaign and passed off polling data from the Trump campaign. The big question is what did Clinton Nick want with that polling data Manafort faces twenty five years in prison? And of course, another sentencing next week for line to Bob Muller during his Russia probe, of course, Manafort was indicted because of what Muller found as he was investigating Russian interference during the two thousand sixteen elections. And two officers have been shot this afternoon at a Boston police firing range, let's go to Karl Stevens at the entrance of moon island with more coral a Boston police cruiser lights on sits at the entrance. The gatehouse to moon island. We are not allowed onto the island shortly before two o'clock this afternoon at the Boston police department shooting range to individuals were shot non-life-threatening injuries. It's our understanding. They are not Boston police officers WBZ, I team reporter sheriff DACA reports. They are court officers. I have seen a number of vehicles leaving the ambulances are long gone. A couple vehicles are going onto the island. Certainly the investigation is ongoing in terms of what exactly happened from the entrance to mood island Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. I and we are watching a dangerous standoff this hour in central Illinois. This is a standoff between a suspect that police say shot at a martial at a hotel critically wounding him earlier in Rockford Illinois more from. ABC's Ryan burrow, Illinois state police say the suspect thirty nine year old Floyd e Brown crashed his car on the side of the road south of Bloomington. Now, they have him surrounded in a rural area as for the deputy who is shot Rockford jeopardy chief John Posey saying the injured party, which is a US marshal assigned to this task force was transported to a local hospital, and he is currently in critical condition. A woman was also shot at the Rockford hotel. Her injuries are said to be non-life-threatening. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago and governor Baker says Massachusetts is starting to look bad by being the only New England state without a hands free driving law. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe in downtown Boston. With more governor Baker touted his road safety Bill at the triple A office here in Boston saying the time is now to enact a hands free law. I asked the governor why he's waited until now to get on board with banning held cell phone use while driving Baker says it's because things just keep getting worse.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Let's try this computer. What is the coldest temperature ever recorded on earth? The territory with the coldest record. Low temperature is Antarctica at mine is one hundred twenty eight point six degrees Fahrenheit. That cannot be right either in twenty eight hundred twenty eight degrees zero. Wow. That can even be a thing. How is that a things at a research station? Yup. Twenty eight degrees below zero poor penguins. Holy smokes. Man. It's five fifty four by the way, it feels like that here in Orlando's morning, it might might be a little hyperbole. But it feels like that it's five fifty four now on Orlando's morning news, Marsha Taylor and Aubrey computer security super tight around the Super Bowl and one of the things law enforcement is cracking down on his prostitution and human trafficking. There are signs all over Hartsfield Jackson international airport public address announcements and the heavy police presence much of it aimed at eliminating the flesh trade that surrounds the Super Bowl. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says it seems to be working today. They rescued for victims and have thirty three arrests. Authorities hope the huge public awareness campaign will work pushing someone who sees something to say something. That's reporter Pete combs me out a little bit more about the big game. There was a study done in LA county that shows there was an increase in heart attacks after the Rams nineteen eighty Super Bowl loss to the Steelers, both the physicians and cardiologists have not. During events such as this. We have an increased incidence of patients coming in either during or after the the game complaining of chest pain or shortness of breath, or some sort of symptom that is related to cardiovascular straight out. There was a decrease in the number of heart attacks, but that was in nineteen Eighty-four when the then LA raiders beat the Redskins in Orlando. Getting a top spot for new survey on the best US cities to tie the knot the city beautiful got good marks for wedding costs. And that's because there's a lot of facilities and services to go around a lot of competition keeps prices relatively low jokin Zala with wallet hubs says Landau has one of the highest numbers of event planners flower shops, DJ's videographers and other wedding stuff per capita. And of course, it has tons of activities an attraction that's for sure following Orlando is Las Vegas LA Atlanta. And then Miami Tampa came in at eleventh, Jacksonville sixtieth. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. You wanna hear something cool the restaurant? It's there's a there's a New Orleans restaurant in winter garden. It's called the big easy. So the big easy is playing.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty and twenty eight degrees. Partly cloudy in Boston. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening. Paychecks will finally be going out in the next few days for government workers partial government, shutdown has ended for now I want to thank all of the incredible federal workers, and their amazing families who have shown such extraordinarily devotion in the face of this. Recent hardship federal workers are back on the job this morning happy but concerned about threats of another government shutdown next month. ABC's Serena Marshall has the latest information. President Trump told the Wall Street Journal, I personally think it's less than fifty fifty. But you have a lot of very good people on that board that board a group of lawmakers trying to come up with a plan the president can get behind after he signed a Bill to temporarily reopened the government for the next three weeks five point seven billion for the wall. But immigration reform is likely to be a big part of any deal. The man behind a lot of morning coffees may have designs on the Oval Office. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is weighing a presidential bid in two thousand twenty. I don't care if you're democrat independent. Libertarian Republican bring me your ideas, and I will be an independent person who will embrace those ideas because I am not in any way in bed with a party shoals telling sixty minutes, he is considering running as an independent, it's a prospect, many worry could draw support from the eventual democratic nominee and hand President Donald Trump another four years in office what tonight at the Screen Actors Guild awards but panther..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees. Mostly cloudy in Boston. Rain is moving in today. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening. We began on the north shore where Wenham family rest easy after days of searching leads to the rescue of a twenty three year old woman who had been missing since a weekend. WBZ's? Chris tells us at Charlestown man facing charges of kidnapping and the disappearance of Olivia Ambrose, the mother of Libya Ambrose says she's relieved that her daughter is strong liber- returned to her family's home last night here in Wenham deep down her family knew she'd always return you never gave on your sister. Your daughter your love when and the people of Boston never gave up either. Boston. Police Commissioner Willie gross who's brave men and women also refuse to give up. They found Ambrose yesterday in Charleston and took her alleged abductor into custody victim pain. You will be arraigned today. Well, he doesn't officially have a criminal record pain is known to both Boston and transit police as he was twice accused and question for acting inappropriately towards women on the T back in two thousand nine and five years earlier had an assault charge dropped after he completed pretrial probation in Wenham. Chris. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Eight thirty one two different votes are sad. In the Republican controlled Senate tomorrow with the aim at ending the partial government shutdown. Both measures are expected to fall short of the sixty votes needed to pass. Meanwhile, thousands of federal workers are with about to miss their second paycheck. ABC's Mary Bruce has one of their stories in Tennessee, John Manley, air, traffic controller and father of seven is driving for Uber on his days off. It doesn't come anywhere close to offsetting the the salary that we're missing FBI agents are also looking for other work agents. Worn the shutdown is making us less safe that they are unable to do undercover work without the funds to buy drugs or firearms from gang members. And that they are putting Purves on standby which puts children in jeopardy. One agent. Saying the fear is our enemies know, they can run freely. The FBI has lost several informants at the center of terrorism investigations. There are signs as morning that President Trump may have had enough. Off of personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani Giuliani's recent media blitz defending the president on the Russia probe featuring wild misstatements clarifications eyebrow. Raising assertions has reportedly left a president frustrated White House officials and others close to the president raised the possibility that Giuliani may be temporarily sidelined from TV interviews shifting gears now. So it's a and the Rams gearing up for Super Bowl fifty three. And not sure if you heard, but that means a New Orleans Saints will not be marching into Atlanta..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Twenty eight degrees and sunny, I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on Seventy-seven WABC Bronx and Westchester people. Can now get a one seat ride to Penn station and the west side of Manhattan. Governor Cuomo says the MTA Amtrak have agreed to allow plans for the Penn station access project to move forward that project calls for four new metro north stations to be built in the east Bronx and the eventual project will lead to shorter communitize for people in communities in Westchester county. Opening statements begin today on Long Island in the corruption. Retrial former Nassau County executive Edman Gano former GOP honcho Edmund Gannett is accused of taking bribes, including a six-figure no show job for his wife, Linda in exchange for helping a restaurant mogul, get lucrative county contracts. Both men Gannett pleaded not guilty with their first trial ending last may in a hung jury. The retrial is expected to. Last five to seven weeks. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news county police along with local first responders and residents are protesting the removal of ice agents at local jails the group is concerned about the loss of ages to help in its fight against the MS thirteen gang on Long Island, Nassau County officials maintain having ice agents at local jails, violates the state supreme court ruling concerning sanctuary status. In addition court officials have issued an addiction to federal immigration enforcement agents to leave by January, thirty first stock losses, are deepening. The Dow down three hundred ninety two points, NASDAQ down one hundred forty five the s&p down forty five. Marianna Rivera is expected to be elected to the baseball hall of fame today. Islanders have Blackhawks at.
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"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is twenty eight degrees at eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett, the government shutdown could impact the president's state of the union address. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's written to the president suggesting it'd be postponed. Lissi cited concerns about security because of furloughs at key agencies. The department of homeland security secret service Rebublican slam this move as penny. Politics and said Pelosi is using the shutdown as an excuse to deny the president the spotlight. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House today. Twenty seven of the shutdown and pressure maybe building on President Trump to New York Times says he complained to his chief of staff we're getting crushed Rudy Giuliani, creating new firestorm with comments to CNN claiming he never said there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said, president United States. Yeah. He says only the president didn't collude more on that coming up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel part of their big three today. Members of congress going to get a lesson on tweeting today and leading the discussion none other freshman, congressman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez from Brooklyn, President Trump might argue the Twitter helped him reach the White House now House Democrats hope to use the same direction occasions to grow their power in the house and Senate congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, and others will tell less tech savvy. Democrats how they tweeted their way to a congressional seat and help others in their party connect with voters. Democrats will also learn the difference between official tweets and things you cannot say on those government paid for devices. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. All the way New York City council gonna take it could be the nation's first right to disconnect law. It would find companies if they make employees check work related Email outside of normal business hours. Governor Cuomo pushing hard for congestion pricing is threatening to hold up seven billion dollars in funding to the. N T unless the legislature approves his congestion pricing plan. He says it for a separate vote on the idea to charge drivers come into Manhattan. It probably would be defeated two thousand eighteen a record year for tourists in New York City. That's probably why the streets are so crowded politics aside, tourists, love, New York, NYC and company reports tourism rose to a record high of just over sixty five million last year, the ninth annual increase in a row, even the number of tourists from China rose, despite fears or trade war would drive.
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"Twenty eight degrees at four o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. A horrific hammer attack at a restaurant in Brooklyn leaves one person dead and two critically injured. Police say the suspect walked into the seaport buffet on Emmons avenue when sheep's head bay and just started going after people at random this woman was working at a business nearby. We will like, you know, all my God. And he looked at us. He says he's running around lock the door. And that's what we did. We locked the door because we didn't know where he was who he was thirty four year old. Chef was killed the sixty year old owner and another person a fifty year old were hurt and rushed to the hospital in critical condition, the hammer wielding man tried to run off, but was eventually arrested by the NYPD democratic New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand taking a first crucial step now and the run for the White House. I'm filing an exploratory committee for president United States. He made the comment on the taping of the late show with Stephen Colbert, she highlighted a commitment to improve the nation's educational system saying she would fight for America's kids is harder. She'd fight for her own Joe, LeBron stated her belief that healthcare should be a right, not a privilege governor Cuomo's laying out in and bishops list of goals or twenty nineteen in his state of the state address in Albany. The governor wants to legalize recreational marijuana expand New York City speed camera program and codify a woman's right to choose. That's right. The rights of Roe v. Wade into the state constitution. So it can never be changed. No matter. What happens? Politically also told lawmakers it is time to pass a Manhattan congestion pricing plan and use the billions raise from the tolls to help fix. What's wrong with the subways? Governor Phil Murphy's delivered. His first state of the state address yesterday at the New Jersey statehouse governor reiterated some of his top priorities including camp. Pain pledges to legalize recreational marijuana raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. And investing in New Jersey transit I am committed to making nj transit. The turnaround story of New Jersey Murphy, also touted his successes, including re-instituting funding for Planned Parenthood. Strengthening New Jersey's already tough gun laws and signing one of the strongest equal pay laws in the country. He also wants to invest in education better infrastructure and offshore wind energy. I'm Lisa G for seven ten w o war employees are going to have to work without pay through the government shutdown the agency recalled forty six thousand workers to work to process tax refunds, the IRS is giving out tax refunds, but it is not performing other functions like auditing..
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"It's twenty eight degrees. Clear skies in Boston at four o'clock. I'm Garowe Gopi. And here's what's happening. Well, these guys just can't seem to do any wrong. We're talking about the patriots kicking, you know, watching their crucial divisional playoff game against the chargers and Foxborough this afternoon. WBZ's Adam Kaufman joins us live from the stadium with an update. Adam gar, I don't think you need to tell me what I'm well aware of what's going on here about nine minutes to go in this contest. Patriots comfortably ahead of the chargers in just a again that's been embarrassment from start to finish four Los Angeles coming into these frigid temperatures forty one fourteen is a score. Tom Brady had another monster playoff game at forty one years. Young three hundred forty passing yards and a touchdown Sony. Michelle has run for three along with one hundred twenty six yards in his playoff debut. Rex Burkhead at TD on the ground one in the air for Philip door set and Julian element up to one hundred fifty one yards on nine catches James white fourteen grabs of his own. So the running back to them well out of the backfield in the passing game patriots. Just again in control. This one has from the start never ever. Been in doubt, forty one fourteen patriots lied about nine minutes to play fourth quarter and Foxborough. And after this. It is on to Kansas City a week from today for the AFC championship game. Okay. Thanks, keep attuned to WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio for more on the patriots this afternoon. Catch us to on the free iheartradio app. A close. Ally of President Trump says the president isn't giving in on his demands for the border wall. The catalyst of the nearly month-long government shutdown Republicans, South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham says he had a phone call with the president today pushing him to reopen the government for a while as a way of brokering a deal with Democrats to end the impasse. And to take the heat off of federal workers who aren't getting paid Graham appeared on Fox News Sunday, offering this advice to GOP colleagues who may be on the fence or even against the president's wall. Stand behind the president. If this is his last option, he ran on this as a centerpiece it his camp of his presidency, and it is a crisis. And if you don't see the crisis. You're not looking very hard democratic Senator. Mark Warner of Virginia appearing on CNN doesn't have much good to say about the president's ability to compromise. This was the most inept negotiation boxed himself in a corner. He didn't empower his negotiators like the vice president or Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell. He's not allowed any win win win circumstance. And the disregard he is paid to the federal workers. President Trump is pushing for a deal before ending the shutdown. The opposite of what house speaker Nancy Pelosi is demanding the president tells Fox News he has no idea whether he can get a deal with Pelosi. Three people are nabbed in a prostitution sting in Norton. Police raided a hotel on south Washington street, arresting James blandino of Bridgewater. Michael Hoke of holliston and Ebon Jordan of New Bedford. Investigators placed online ads offering escort services and people looking for sex and undercover officer answer texts sent by the trio arranging meetings, they'll be in court tomorrow. Three people from Massachusetts are hurt in a snowmobile crash in remote northern Maine that story in just a few minutes on WBZ..
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"It's twenty eight degrees. Partly sunny in Boston at two o'clock. I'm Garowe who Gopi and here's what's happening. President Trump is tweeting that he's at the White House waiting for Democrats to get back to Washington and health end the shutdown while ending what he calls the horrible humanitarian crisis at the border congress adjourned yesterday. Lawmakers are expected back on Capitol Hill next week more. Now from CBS is Kenneth Craig President Trump has walked back his vow to declare a national emergency. If he has to in order to get his wall with most lawmakers at home for the weekend between the White House and congressional Democrats have fallen apart with no new talks or plans. Incite the president met with democratic and Republican leaders at the White House this past week, but he abruptly ended the meeting soon after it began calling it a total waste of time. After house speaker Nancy Pelosi, again, refused to give in to the request for billions of dollars in border wall funding. Well, here's what President Trump is telling the eight hundred thousand federal employees who've now missed their first payday because of the government shutdown. Appreciate. Their service to the country. They're credible. Keep federal employees that we're talking about many of them agree with what I'm saying. And what the people in this room experts are saying they don't wanna see people killed because we can't do a simple border structure federal workers rallied with Senator Ed Markey. In Boston calling on the president to drop his demand for border wall funding and end the shutdown. Keep it tuned to WBZ Boston's NewsRadio for the latest catch us to on the free iheartradio app or on your echo device by saying Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio. Well, they weren't supposed to get paid yesterday because of the government shutdown, but they did. Anyway, the Washington Post reports some federal workers in the interior department. Got paychecks by mistake, roughly, forty employees at the chemical safety and hazard investigation board repaid because of a clerical error. And after it was discovered the workers got an urgent Email instructing them not to spend the money saying, quote, please don't access the funds. We're working to determine how to remedy the situation. And it is best. If you don't access the funds on quote. President Trump is responding to a published report that says law enforcement officials were so concerned about his behavior in the days after he fired FBI director James Comey that they started investigating whether he'd been working for Russia against the US. New York Times report cites unnamed former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation who say counterintelligence investigators evaluated whether the president himself was potential threat to national security, whether he was deliberately working for Russia or had unintentionally been influenced by Moscow in a Saturday morning tweet. President Trump says the report shows FBI leadership opened up an investigation on him for no reason and with no proof after he had fired James Comey FBI director, Ben Thomas, Washington. She hasn't been there since stumping for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen Senator Elizabeth Warren is in New Hampshire today. We'll tell you why in a few minutes on WBZ..
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"Twenty eight degrees. Wisconsin teen missing for three months. Believe it or not found alive last night. It's been a case, that's baffled. The Barron county sheriff's department since October. The parents have thirteen year old Jamie clause found shot dead in their home. Jamie. Nowhere to be found. We believe Jamie was in the home at the time of the homicides. And we believe she is still endanger. But Thursday night a break in the case Jamie was found alive in Douglas county. Wisconsin about eighty miles north of Barron county, her condition not reveal police. Only saying they do have a person in custody. They're planning to hold a news conference Friday morning. Ryan burrow, ABC news state troopers with an update on the deadly crash this week along US fifty and around bottom row. Investigators say two thousand five Pontiac g six headed west on fifty did not yield when it turned left into the path of an eastbound cement truck that truck hit the car as it went left of center into oncoming stopped. Traffic hitting a Jeep a Nissan and three motorcycles the cement truck ended up crashing into a building before it landed on top of that Nissan. The driver of that car Sixty-six-year-old Joe Craven's died from his injuries on Wednesday, the three motorcyclists and the driver of the Pontiac suffered minor injuries. No one else was hurt. There is no word yet. If any charges will be filed, Jack crumley, News Radio seven hundred wwl. Wwl's saying goodbye this weekend to one of coal rains finance. It will start Saturday morning when the procession makes its way from spring grove funeral homes at about nine thirty makes a brief stop at clover. No country club. And then another. A brief stop at Coleraine police department. Coleraine police are encouraging the public to show up anywhere along the procession route beginning at ten in the morning, and then from noon until four A public visitation for officer Dale woods at Coleraine high school, a private visitation is planned for Sunday. But then Monday at noon, a public service will be held at Xavier Cinta center. Matt REEs, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WBZ. News.
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"He got twenty eight degrees at one o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. A seventy one year old man is dead after fire broke out today in an apartment on the Upper West side, the fire on the third floor of a building at eighty seventh and Amsterdam to other people hurt in the blaze the cause of which remains under investigation. Not guilty plea today entered for Kevin Spacey in his Nantucket sexual assault case, he was in court today to hear the charges read against him complaints charges that in the town of Dan it on July, eighth two thousand sixteen did commit indecent assault and battery person fourteen or over and more on Spacey's court appearance from ABC's. Aaron Katersky January is ordinarily a Sleepytime here on untuckit islands. So when Kevin Spacey came into the small packed courtroom every spectator. I followed his short walk to the front of the room Spacey. Wore a paisley shirt blue. Oh, tie and grey suit. He said nothing during his brief appearance to answer for an indecent assault charge. The judge ordered him to stay away from the alleged victim and his family. His case is back in court in March, but Spacey will not have to be here. Spacey's accused of groping a restaurant busboy no end in sight during this third week of the partial government shutdown. President Trump continues to insist on several billion dollars to help construct a massive wall in the southern border. Trump has threatened to declare a national emergency over border security, but Democrats are unmoved one quarter of the federal government ran out of money on December twenty second including the department of homeland security and Justice and as their shutdown rules on the president is headed south President Trump will travel to the US southern border on Thursday as the standoff in Washington continues over funding for the border wall. He wants to build their press secretary. Sarah Sanders says an tweet that the president will meet with people on the frontlines of the quote, national security and humanitarian crisis the president Sunday signal. He may declare national emerge. Agency on the border. But said it would be dependent on what happens in the shutdown talks over the next few days and acknowledgement that perhaps there's a political calculation to his decision. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. New York City firefighters today are mourning the death of one of their own firefighters saluted their fallen brother before sunrise. Dozens gathered at ladder company, one seventy in Canarsie, Brooklyn. They were there hours after firefighters. Stephen Pollard died from a fall he made the wrong step.
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"Say the tactic is used by landlords to skirt protections that prevent them from forcing out low paying tenants the kushner companies says it outsources the preparations of such documents and fix any mistakes immediately records show that the company did file some amended documents often more than a year later the defense department has released the names of seven airmen who were killed thursday when a military helicopter crashed in western iraq yesterday we heard about to new york firefighters who died in the crash the names of two other new yorkers who died have now been released captain andreas o'keefe and staff sergeant dash and briggs officials say there were no indications the helicopter had been shut down the cause of the crash remains under investigation both us senators from new york say they would like to honor a congresswoman louise slaughter by renaming rochester train station after her the new york democrat died friday at washington hospital after she was treated following a fall at home she was eighty eight charles schumer and kirsten gillibrand said yesterday that the renaming would be appropriate nearly a year after slaughter dedicated the station and it is twenty eight degrees in new york city at ten oh six support for npr comes from the jacob and valeria langeloth foundation supporting the health and well being of underserved populations at lang loss dot org next time on the new yorker radio hour a comedy about one.
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"This is wnyc stay with us up next in just a moment it's marketplace facing tariffs on its steel exports to the us the eu is threatening to retaliate with levies on blue jeans bourbon and motorcycles by making these threats they can get some sort of negotiated agreement with president trump's administration to not include european union in this large import tariff we'll hear more tonight on marketplace that's coming your way in just a moment we'll have more all things considered at seven o'clock for tonight we're looking at mostly clear skies with a low around twenty eight degrees it's six thirty wnyc supporters include the band's visit a new broadway musical a mixup sends a group of egyptian musicians to a remote israeli town when the locals take them in for the night their lives intertwine ticket information at the band's visit musical dot com this is wnyc ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation.