27 Burst results for "Twenty Five Degrees"

Doris and Rick Kennay of Kennay Farms Distilling

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

03:37 min | 10 months ago

Doris and Rick Kennay of Kennay Farms Distilling

"I drove you out to out west. We'VE COME WEST ON I. Adria straight west and we are actually doing something a little bit different this time around. We're going to be doing a distillery slash brewery. Of course we are still going to have great beers in front of us but we want to explore some of the hard liquor that's coming from Rochelle Illinois and I'm very happy to say we are Acts Kenny distillery anything else on that and Burry emburey okay with me sitting across from me is Doris can a crack and Rick Rick. Kay now I had. I was thinking it was Kenny. But it's convey right. We actually go by Kenny. You go by Kenny. Okay all right well that makes it easy because for dimwit slight me pronounce. You know so. Thank you guys for having us out here and I I should say that when you come to Rochelle it's very. Shall we say sleepy town? I mean this is a this is a Thursday afternoon. It's twenty five degrees and freezing cold outside so it's not a lot going on at the moment but when you go down the main street this this Theater and when you look through the doors. It's not a theory it's a it's a distillery and brewery and we're sitting upstairs in the room so first of all. Tell us a little bit about this building because this is an amazing set that you have here. Thank you well first of all. Thank you for coming to see us. Today we're thrilled to have you We're sitting in the historic hub theater. It was started in nineteen twenty six and finished in nineteen thirty one and Was a live theater. Initially and then in the fifties became a movie theater. Okay somewhere in this afternoon. Perhaps Early days absolutely. Does Rick do a little song and dance interested only in way so how? How long was it lying obsolete before somebody had the brilliant idea of turning it into something really useful? Sure it was like most downtowns When the interstates were built they bypass a lot of the downtown's so you know it. It fell on some hard times. Starting the mid seventies and on and off operated as the a movie theater For the ensuing twenty to twenty five years starting the mid nineties or was probably closed more than it was open and then permanently. Close Two thousand eleven. They believe you may get a little echo on this one because it's quite cavernous right Ken. Z. Were basically sitting. Where if this had a balcony we'd be in the balcony looking back towards where the screen would have been about what we're looking at is an astounding array of large for Menta's and I guess you've got mash tons distilling side of it. I think in just a little bit But as we look at it there's also the magnificent what looked to be copper tubes with Little Portholes. Any idea that is those are the stills. Oh they're the stills curly thing although I'm going off moonshine been doing moonshine so these so I guess

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How Happy People View The World

The Daily Boost

09:28 min | 10 months ago

How Happy People View The World

"What have we can make every single problem that you ever encounter. Just not happen and if it does is it just goes away just like that. Everything is easier. You see the world in a whole different light that we could do that today with a little bit of what we call reframing a little different way of thinking about things and we'll do that on today show it is the daily boost from motivation move dot coms and two thousand and such a long time ago two thousand five two thousand six time ago. Three thousand five hundred seventeen episodes with one mission in mind how to help you stand up. Take a step and repeat the world's simple success recipe. How do you do that every single day? No matter what gets in the way even if it's you and let me tell you a Lotta Times. It's us to get in the way of herself right. And that's what we want to do because when you have an idea when you have an ambition and desire when you've decided that whatever it happens to be for just to stay motivated again inspired come up. Maybe changed jobs or write a book or meet somebody new whenever it is is always going to be a bit of a challenge and sometimes it's pulling away from the older stuff no matter what it is we can get around it over through it and sometimes we'll all get together in one big team and blow it up and be happy and just build a new road for that's all there is to it. How are you my name is Scott? Smith I'm the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation move dot com a fun week. I know a vacation week to a lot of Sir came out of Valentine's and they went into president's weekend into it's busy around here with Daytona. Five hundred but Eventually eventually after you get in having all that fun we're GONNA come back in here and get some stuff done okay. 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You could start a right now so let me ask you a question. I'm just going to get to the point here. Okay just get right into it. How do you view the world? Happy People view the world differently than can I say unhappy people. How do you view the world you can have every single day? Go Party or you. Positively person where it's just nothing but positively and it's not working out for you see you think it should be like this but you look at their and it's not that way and that in your every single day if I push more positively in the world is going to be that way and I think that might be true as well too long haul on that one I have to say is a challenge out there right now but but but yeah. It's we have to have that. Are you grow person? Do you do say everything's run. A non optimistic person fee will about negative person. How do you view the world I will tell you this people are generally happy have really rewire themself? Say See the world as it is and I've had this skill set in my brain for a long time and I do believe it's a skill set because I was confused back in the day and I think alert a skill set to see the world for what it is and still Kinda do capacity to see differently to make differently than that. We're longtime a long time ago when I when I decided to come out of high school if you knew me in high school when I grew up in a little town in Manassas Virginia High School called Stonewall Jackson. If you knew me back then you knew that there was one thing that Scott was going to do. He was going to be a big time. Radio Dj that was it was fun. Man Let's have some fun. Listen the radio listen big time radio. Dj guys the DC area big radio station code WPRO. See The goodguys. I call them. I said one day. I'm going to be that good guy. W PG see the change format before. I had the chance to get there but I was. I went onto be good guide other places all over the country. I realized something once it got work in the real world. Man People are pretty unhappy they are. It's like I'd go. So what are you? You're wearing t-shirts you're eating pizza. Give it away t shirts and other people you having a good time talking on the phone and why you unhappy. You don't have a real job. I don't understand this. Look at the sales of the radio stations in all kinds of money. I said why are YOU UNHAPPY? And it took me a few years to get to the point of going. Well I guess some people just that way because I was never that way but it was a shocker. Back in the beginning I so I have to look at the world differently because evidently this is not gonNa go away. Have you noticed that you can move away from people in the world? You can move away from anybody you've ever known he come back ten years later and they're still unhappy or is still putting their unhappiness on you. They may be happy themselves. But they're making you unhappy right but when you find those folks who see the world differently who understand what the world really truly is. They hold a bit of a dual capacity. They can see the world exactly as it is and yet had that place in their mind where they can reframe decide. Let's make this place better. I think it's hard to do. I do pretty naturally these days. It's the only thing I really truly understand. So how do they see the world? It's rose colored glasses right. They went down to the Walmart bottom suburbs at a rose colored glasses in a works. Maybe the amber wins worked. The Blue blockers remember those. I don't think so I think just have a better way. So if you WANNA see the world we're a happy person sees the world and you may already know if you already. Are that kind of person. See if this works for you see if this is what you're already doing if you're not listened closely and this might be a big challenge for you because I'm GonNa tell you you're gonNA get out of bed tomorrow morning so I'm going to do this. I'M GONNA go see the world who a happy person does and it's GonNa be Kinda hard to really have to be committed to it ready first off happy people like you're GonNa be our right now except that life brings problems it does. You're going to get rain yard just when you don't need it. It's going to snow just when you don't want it. Gave you a flat tire right minute. Middle that snowstorm archerd. So it's going to happen when you least expect it. Something's going to happen so happy. People kind of accept that now. I'm going to tell you I don't know that happy. People always go. Whoa look at that a problem. I think they probably go just kind of deal with it at all. I say most everything that we run into our life is self inflicted and it is a privilege it is. I was driving a Porsche through the mountains. One TIME COMING DOWN DENVER INTO DENVER out of a Frisco Colorado racing the airport really cool car and I got a flat tire I was running late and he was about twenty five degrees. I don't know what to do. Started to grow a little bit and then I was looking around with Iraqi balanced. Kinda hard to do that about that time. Construction work on the side of the road came up and said I can help you with that. I couldn't get man. It was drowned. Fancy car is in the mountains the Rocky Mountains Colorado. I was going to go take an airplane. Ride still remember to this day. You saw it a little bit differently. You don't ever to happy. People they recognize. That problems are a privilege just like that driving. The Mountains Porsche comes with being alive. It truly is a privileged one day. You won't have that privilege so life is going to bring a problem and it's a privilege of being alive is why you got that problem. Happy People do get frustrated but they don't give up you see. They realized that while we don't want them and we try to do everything we can. Make sure we don't have problems in our life. Problems are normal. They're going to happen from time to time. Just when you least expect it. Happy People know that they also know that. They need to accept responsibility for solving. Those problems are just hoping they go away. Not just hoping somebody else will take care of it but actually solving those issues this problems that come into your life because they're going to be there anyway and if you had the ability to solve them personally. I believe that's a privilege because a lot of folks don't have that mindset if you literally can say well this is not what anybody else wants to change. Make better I nor do I. I'd rather not but I have the skill set and I had the right attitude. Let me go fix it. Happy People also deal with anything like threads throws at them they do you do to you very much the same. If you're not completely happy in your world but really happy people just say here comes and then they go sleep and they try to sleep the best they can and then they get up and they do it all over again and probably say just like I do. Let's see what happens today.

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Winter Storm Brings Strong Winds, Mountain Snow And Cold Temperatures

KNX Evening News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Winter Storm Brings Strong Winds, Mountain Snow And Cold Temperatures

"Thirty a winter storm is ringing wins in cold temperatures to southern California the coldest temperatures will be in the mountain areas the National Weather Service says ties could be as much as twenty five degrees colder on Monday than they've been over the weekend driving conditions are tough for motorists on the I five quarter through the grapevine this trucker to okay cal nine he knows what it feels like when strong winds blew him around one of those days where you just kind of confuses you on the weather and weather is good well you're gonna crash into the what we're definitely like it was almost like we're trying to merge into another lane black ice on the roads as possible because of the sharp drop in temperatures wind chills expected to dip to dear zero overnight along with the cold and

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty five degrees in Boston at six o'clock our driver drunkard morning here's what's happening the winter storm which began late yesterday afternoon has ruled out the most significant snow falls in Essex County Topsfield reporting six inches of snow in the Middlesex County Hudson also a half foot of snow in Worcester county five and a half inches of snow falling in Fitchburg roads and under for very slick this morning here's WBZ TV meteorologist saccharine the jackpot spots definitely going to be up towards ski country this is a really good refill and replenish to the slopes of you do plan on heading up to the mountains for the latter part of our three day weekend is looking quite nice in fact the sunshine is going to return as early as tomorrow afternoon at high pressure is going to stay in command not only through Monday not just through Tuesday but in fact the majority of next week the full accu weather forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes thousands of people coming together in cities across the country as part of nationwide marches in support of women's rights here's WBZ's Mike Macklin about two dozen demonstrators gathered on Cambridge common in New York and Washington thousands braved cold temperatures to renew the call for progress on a range of issues important to women in Portsmouth New Hampshire democratic presidential candidate senator Bernie Sanders addressed the crowd if you think abortion rights if you think it will pay for equal work is just a women's issue you are dead wrong it is so you'll motor show and the man of god to stand where let's go forward together it's been three years since the first women's marchers drew hundreds of thousands of people in cities across the nation including Boston on the day after president trump was inaugurated Mike Macklin WBC Boston's newsradio Suffolk Superior Court judge Brian Davis ordering Facebook to hand over information to the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey as a probe continues as to whether Facebook may have improperly shared the personal information of tens of millions of users with British consulting firm Cambridge analytica which was reportedly tied to president trump's campaign in twenty sixteen there's an app which is called this is your digital life and it gives a personality test information from that apple is said to be used by others without proper permission the food and drug administration warning that a prescription weight loss drugs might be associated with an increased risk of cancer clinical trials showing that there may be a possible increase in risk with the drug Belgique the drug is also known in its generic form as look pastoring the FDA approved the drug back in twenty twelve youngsters taking full advantage of an annual college and career fair in Roxbury we'll get to that story coming six oh three let's go check the roads is traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of knowing that all wheel drive traffic on the three four David morning Charlie north of the city it's sloppy and flow with areas of snow and slush on.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It is twenty five degrees cloudy tonight's with a low of about twenty five degrees from the WTMJ breaking news center I'm stuff Graham the we energies outage map showed about two thousand people without power around nine o'clock tonight after a transformer caught fire at the west junction substation in west Allis the fire because flashing lights to illuminate the night sky crews were working to restore power as soon as possible and there are no reports of any injuries at this time a deadly crash close highway one forty five of the connecting ramp to US forty one forty five north bound for a couple hours tonight the Milwaukee county medical examiner and fire crews were on the scene the road re opened around six thirty this evening the death toll from the Australia while players is now up to twenty four as the country continues to suffer from its worst wildfire season in history Australia prime minister Scott Morrison said the navy help transport eleven hundred evacuees last twenty four hours in Victoria ninety support of this of course included and I'd ships affect whiting some eleven hundred isolated persons and again the death toll in the wild fires is now up to twenty four people a new Iranian general is stepping out of the shadows to lead that the country's elites force after the US killed its previous head Esmail Donny is now responsible for it took four to Ron's proxies across the Middle East as the Islamic Republic threatens the U. S. with harsh harsh revenge for killing soulmate while much still remains unknown about the sixty two year old Ghani western sanctions suggests he's long been in a position of power within the organization a delta airlines plane slid off the green the Green Bay airport taxi way amid icy conditions this morning airport officials say flight seventeen seventy was headed for the last so when it left the taxi way no injuries or damage were reported it the Packers off this weekend thanks to their first round bye in.

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A Recipe for Rudolf's Christmas Cookies

Start Cooking

02:44 min | 1 year ago

A Recipe for Rudolf's Christmas Cookies

"Tis the season for cookies and these little treasures remind me of Rudolph and ingredient and equipment list at the end of this video. The big surprise is that none of the typical cooking ingredients like flour. Sugar eggs are needed for this recipe. Start by pre heating your oven. Seven to three hundred and twenty-five degrees line of baking sheet with sides with nonstick tin foil. If you only have regular tin foil you have to grease the foil with CRISCO or cooking spray putting a large bull three or four cup of raisins three Fourth Cup of sliced almonds three Fourth Cup of shredded coconut and two cups of crush. Cornflakes it's mixed everything together. And then measure three Fourths Cup of Sweden condensed milk and mix that in as well placed not quite one fourth cup of the mixture onto onto the foil. Line oven tray. These cookies don't really spread or change shape when they're baking so they don't have to be really far apart cut the candied cherries in half and one half cherry on each cookie. We sure each cookie. Stay squished together. You may have to pat the edges with your fingers to keep them together. Bake the cookies for fourteen to fifteen minutes or until they reach a light golden color. Let the cookies cool for about five minutes before removing them from the trae they're delicious as as is but let's add some chocolate but the dark chocolate chips into a small bowl. UNMELTED in the microwave with a butter knife spread a thin layer of chocolate on the bottom of each cookie cookie. Let the dark chocolate completely hardened before flipping them over to melt. The white chocolate poor about two cups of water. Just off the boil into a medium size heat-proof roof bowl put the white chocolate chips into a small baggy set the baggy into the bowl in about five minutes. The chocolate will be melted. Squeeze the chocolate into a funnel. Final shape and snip the corner of the baggy then. squirt a decorative pattern on the top of the cookies with the melted chocolate. If any of the cherries have fallen off use the melted chocolate as glue to reposition the Cherry. The way chocolate almost looks like snow. Happy Holidays for the ingredients. If you need raisins sliced almonds shredded coconut in cornflakes sweetened. Condensed Milk Candied Cherries semi sweet chocolate chocolate chips and white chocolate chips for the equipment. You'll need a baking sheet with sides nonstick tin foil dry measuring cups liquid measuring mixing Spoon Spatula. Cutting hoard paring knife mixing bowls small ziplock baggie butter. Knife scissors can opener. Cooling

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Chill Out in the Icing Research Tunnel

Innovation Now

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Chill Out in the Icing Research Tunnel

"Bundled up against the bitter cold. Researchers in this wind tunnel are making ice. Oh well the cold never bothered them. Anyway this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Olaf could spend any summer day in one of the busiest wind tunnels finals at NASA. The icing research tunnel at NASA. Glenn the Iot is the oldest operating icing tunnel in the world. Temperatures as low as negative negative twenty five degrees Celsius year round are used to create icing conditions inside the tunnel that would be faced by planes on the ground or in the air supercooled super cool water droplets form icing cloud that coats the large scale models or even full size planes within with the help of complex equipment scientists into scattered data about the temperature distribution over the objects. NASA uses that data as part of ongoing research to develop effective DE ICING AND ANTI ANTI ICING techniques. Use to protect both military and commercial aircraft. Today so the next time. You're playing being de iced. On the runway you can thank the scientists who come home from work each day frozen

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The top ten in one of the top twenty the album received positive reviews from most music critics and picked up a nomination for best country album at the fifty fourth Grammy awards and won album of the year at the CMA awards and ACM awards the weather in much of the United States is predictably hot humid consider for a moment what's happening on the other side of the world this is the pulse of the planet we are on board receivable seating in about four feet tall rice is only on talk to and if the wind is that the experience a suspicion when that is related to depression is coming through Drake passage and bring in north easterly wind over hurricane force and sometimes October ninety two hundred hundred ten seats winter in Antarctica Ralph Bianca Denver Shapiro experience the full impact of the polar winter when they spent an entire season where their simple frozen in the Antarctic ice storm force winds are part of the cycle and depressions that spin away from the opposite side of Antarctica and work their way around the Antarctic continent and we had the experience of a barometer drop of hundred and three millibars over six days not only can drop of three to four millibar per all or indicate the store and when you see this compound hundred apart you know yet you're in for something special the storm was so intense that even the fake ID surrounding their boat and holding it fast proved to be no match for the power of the wind when these particular storm started we feel very secure in a very surprised to see that the storm was too strong devoted group close from their eyes and was soon on the side we were healing over I would say up to twenty five degrees from just the we you Antarctic winter in future programs I'm Jim Metzner and this is the pulse of the planet hi I have a say a dog for your new choice in right good news for up to twelve thousand two zero percent financing up to seventy two months choose a program from our archives.

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The Thermodynamics Of Pizza Ovens

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

The Thermodynamics Of Pizza Ovens

"The bad news for home chefs, you'll probably never be able to make the perfect Italian pizza. Don't take it personally. The reason is all science. Let's start with the basics a simple pizza has three parts a DOE tomato sauce and mozzarella though they start out raw these ingredients turned into a golden crust cooked, tomatoes and bubbly cheese. Just put them in a hot oven for just two minutes. How hot about six hundred twenty-five degrees Fahrenheit, reaching this high temperatures easy for Italian style pizzerias. According to a recent study from two hungry. Researchers wood fired brick ovens are the cause of an Italian pies perfection. Specifically these ovens have certain thermodynamic properties that conventional electric ranges just can't match. The vaulted shape of the oven is formed by curved brick walls and. A brick or stone floor as a woodfire burns, an corner. This construction ensures that heat moves around the oven getting it. Hot and creating convection currents. This means two things. First, the brick floor has an ideal thermal conductivity to cook DOE. In other words in a six hundred twenty five degree oven the direct contact of the floor to the pizza will heat, the dough to about three hundred ninety two degrees ideal for creating crispy crust second. The thermal radiation of the hot oven brings the cheese and tomato sauce to two hundred twelve degrees, allowing water to boil off and cook the pizza top fully home ovens. Of course, can't get this hot and achieve the ideal thermodynamics, but some tricks, such as using a pizza stone, and the ovens broiler may get you close this moment of science comes from Indiana, University. I'm ya'll Cassandra.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Going to be cut of the north western half of the state. If you're sorta drew a line between Dodgeville and Marinette what's the left or that the north west of that they may be getting more than a foot of snow? What's on the other side of that would be in the single digits, but still high they're looking at five to seven to eight or nine inches on the FOX valley? And so on one two three four. Our area, and that's simply a function of where the temperature is going to be for much of this our temperatures likely to be in the mid thirties. And that's going to keep us with more rain than snow. However, the snow that we're going to get may come in during the afternoon tomorrow so tomorrow afternoon could be just it could be a real mess. When is the temperature drop after six PM tonight? We're going to drop twenty five degrees between six PM and midnight with the low tonight of thirty six degrees. Then tomorrow, the precepts starts, rain and snow. Some accumulation especially to the north again for our area. They're calling for one to three inches much more than that, Minnesota northwestern Wisconsin, FOX valley in so odd are high tomorrow, forty three degrees. The rain this though switching over to all rain by evening with that low temperature tomorrow night pretty much for the highest a low of forty Thursday. The temperatures are going to get a little bit. Mild, but very windy conditions. Showers and thunderstorms likely was strong winds out of the east at fifteen to thirty miles an hour. This thing just really going to swoop kind of roar around here in the areas that are getting snow with those strong winds. They're going to be looking at drifting and all that stuff. Again, most of that would be away from the Milwaukee area. But stiff stuff furry get a high of fifty than Friday, mostly cloudy, high fifty two Saturday, mostly cloudy, high of forty five degrees. I mentioned a little bit earlier.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"That are already in your RV. So we don't ask you to use anything weird. So take somewhere service. There's not gonna be anything weird. And they're even our battery. It looks like a regular battery. This clear labeled with the I think the thing that Cole temperature charging is what people get worried about. So there there are times if you don't have the right protection in the battery. You can actually ruin the battery by charging you when the temperatures too cold. And that is something that a lot of manufacturers miss. We were the first people to come out with coal temperature charging protection so far batteries below twenty five degrees. It will not take charge are battery management system. Not allow you to destroy the battery we have it. So. It behaves almost exactly like let s battery basically, you're not going to be able to destroy just use it. And so it won't take charge. Twenty five degrees until it warms up of thirty two so guy Michigan. We saw heat. So should the wraps around the battery not that he solution basically on his made by ultra he in Elkhart American made product also like our battery, and it's designed for the battery. So some people do that some people want to light bulb in their bay. And there's lots of guys out there on the on Facebook, lots of forums found other ways to keep their batteries warm in a situation where they get cold some people chase the sun the majority of people chase the sun by like yourself. You actually go home to Michigan. So, you know, for us being able to provide that he is not a big deal with OEM's put the heat solution on all the time are dragging never for the RV who maybe has an older system in wants to retrofit his unit with battle born or new lithium,.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Twenty five degrees. Overcast skies in Chicago. Maybe on our way to thirty one today an ice storm warning for later in Chicago through Wednesday morning. A woman who's been shot and killed on interstate fifty seven just hours after a second shooting on the expressway. The shooting happened at about ten o'clock last night in the northbound lanes of I fifty seven year Cicero avenue. The fifty five year old woman was on her way to work when someone opened fire on her vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. It is unknown at this time if she was the intended target the fatal shooting happened just hours after three people including two children were injured in a separate shooting on northbound I fifty seven near one hundred twenty seven th street, Chicago police sergeant who is under investigation was under investigation is now off the for several years after he was placed on desk duty over sexual abuse allegations, Eric Elkins resigned last week Chagas police. Get a criminal investigation after he was accused in a lawsuit of beating two men outside an Andersonville nightclub in September Elkins was placed on paid desk duty in two thousand fifteen after four teenage boys claimed he tried to fondle them at a family reunion in Michigan many around the world or welcoming in the year of the pig for Chinese New Year is years. Not just any pig. However, but the earth pig on the sixty year calendar too, many that signifies it'll be a year of wealth and fortune many countries take three to five days to celebrate the lunar new year someplace to celebrate until February fifteenth the date of the Chinese New Year each year is tied to the arrival of the new moon between January twenty first and February twentieth. And those are the headlines WGN sports college basketball almost every team in the big ten has had some dry spells this season north Western's in one. Now, the Wildcats shot just twenty eight percent in the second half and fell to Penn State fifty nine fifty two third straight loss for the Wildcats pen. State snap than eight game losing streak got its first big town win of the year. The Blackhawks are on a four game winning streak tonight there and Edmonton our xfinity Blackhawks report the hawks try to salvage the series finale from the Oilers, we'll have the pre game at seven thirty making a difference for the Blackhawks sponsored by the village Bedford park building for the future marks a homecoming for the Blackhawks Drake July the twenty four year old defenseman was originally signed by the Oilers and was traded to the Blackhawks in late December Friday night, Jill scored his first goal is a member of the hawks and their win in buffalo. Also added to assist tonight. He faces his former team for the first time. Now, the reason the fans need to be alerted major league ballparks despite the increase safety netting. A woman who died last summer after attending a game at Dodger Stadium had been hit in the head by a foul ball. And according to ESPN, the Los Angeles County coroner's report shows that she died as the result of trauma from the foul ball. Woman. Linda Goldblum is celebrating her seventy ninth birthday at the game. Dodgers saying a statement, they are deeply saddened by her death and added, quote, the matter has been resolved between dodgers and the family. The woman was celebrating her seventy ninth birthday at the game between the dodgers and the Padres on August twenty fifth although the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats White Sox baseball Dave at WGN sports space, some.

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Deep freeze covers Northeast, Midwest after deadly storm

Total Information AM

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Deep freeze covers Northeast, Midwest after deadly storm

"News update a deadly winter storm gives way to a deep freeze from the midwest to the northeast more than a quarter of the country is waking up to temperatures below ten degrees. WCBS radio meteorologist Craig Allen. We have wind chill warnings. Meaning it feels like twenty five degrees or below for sections of upper Pennsylvania, the northern sectors of. Pennsylvania into New York state for Montas included. And so is the western portions of Massachusetts about fifty miles north of New York City in Newburgh drivers are gripping the wheel Rozier terrible to freezing up. I mean road the road crews are trying to do the best they can. But it's so hard you put the salt down, and you know, it's freezing. Craig Allen says it will warm up as the week goes on. But by Saturday does get very cold again towards the end of the week. And yet another storm already on the pipeline that is slated for the eastern portion of the United States for late next week. At least four deaths are blamed on this

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's different than I skied a couple of weeks ago in eleven the grease. It's no big deal. It's going to be twenty five degrees colder than that. Okay. So I've skied in cold. I'm in cold wrap up, you're fine. And by the way, when I skied in. It was eleven degrees. It was really cold rest of my family wouldn't ski they're buddies. I'm not going outside and that's with hot chocolate scheme at I'm not going outside. So I said this yesterday on the show and the Kansas City Chiefs or trolling me. Go ahead and play. Arrowhead considered one of the loudest stadiums in America, college or pro it'll be nine below. Everybody's going to be wearing a ski mask people aren't going to be standing in cheering. They're going to be huddled wearing wool trying to stay warm wearing something over their mouths home field advantage via the crowd done. Now. I will say people will stand me if it's if for no other reason they've heard that now stand I wouldn't but they will. But if I'm crazy, you do realize it minus fifteen degrees. Nobody should have their face uncovered. Like, it's this is dangerous. So let me ask you how crazy I am with my talk. I brought out on the set actually Chicago Cubs. A muffler. This is this is what people will be wearing wigs scarf. It's a scarf. It is the same. Exact fabric of a ski mask scarf, and people are going to be all wrapped up. You. Tell me if this ounce the same and the pay. Going to be in their mouth. Okay. Tom brady. Go. Volumes change, I'm not sticking my mouth. I'm simply putting it over my mouth. I understand the concept of what you're saying. I'm crazy. It's no, I don't I think if it was very cold. But it wasn't an Arctic blast into the. The volume of the fan you and I have been in four degrees in Kansas City with Earl for thanksgiving when there was a blizzard there, and it was very coach like seven degrees. I don't know how cold it was what it was the legitimate. Minus fifteen at the airport was shut down so ever colder needs to do that. So just tell me, you don't think there's a change in volume because what a crowd does is it takes away the audible system, right? But there's also people that go out there with no shirts on that's not going to happen. You don't think they'll be one maniac with no show? There's always a drunk. Yeah. That's eight of them. Kansas City likes. It's beer. Just just just what does this sound like? Oh. You're a maniac, right? Very scientific experiment. It really was listen the environment. There is going to be as loud as pumped up and ruckus that can possibly be in that weather, however, much the weather is going to affect the trans yelling and screaming. People are going to be July Brera, you almost going to have to stand because sitting is really actually a bad idea when it's cold. I'm not saying into library. I'm not saying it's going to be like a home game. I'm just saying minus fifteen some people are going to have some things over their face. Yes. Some people any of them with an IQ higher than ranch dressing will cover their face. I wouldn't let my kids go to a game and not cover their face. I mean when when something's going in the middle of a drive, you know, you take your you take your ski mask down you take your Thermo cover down. Yeah. Oh, it's better when it's cold as to what you do. Yeah. This is what you do. You take it down for like a second. You're like, whoa. What about doing? Down. I'm telling you anyone from Kansas City watching this right now is very upset with you. And they're gonna make a point because you're saying this dry and be as loud as possible as America's media. I com. This is the very sensitive about what you say. And you didn't you didn't fire back at at Nick there. He said that you guys were were equal. You know, let's have fun. All right four or five years. We were on this big thing for four or five years..

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Point nine FM. Gesture twenty five degrees. WBZ news time four fifteen George off Menashe sports. Let's talk football, shall we? The Blackhawks gave up a touchdown in New Jersey. And a two point conversion they were smeared eight five Cam ward coughed up five goals in the second period was yanked the only solace. Patrick kane. Scored a pair and got an assist he has a six game scoring streak and now has nine goals in his last nine games. He was good. Thanks, so many there just. Looks like we're out of it. But never really out of it because it makes a couple of plays in the Murray back in it. Put him on the ice. And he looks he looked fresh the whole time. So. Yes. He is. Jeremy Colloton, Cody parkey, not so amazing and his future remains in the balance after GM Ryan pace in the bears need to get more production from the position and he'll put an emphasis on bringing in kickers both pace. And Matt Nagy also discuss the progress of their young quarterback Mitch Trubisky made significant progress under Matt Nagy, and you're one of a system for him. He conquered the next play mentality. He conquered that. E- he conquered the steps of one zero one progressions by the end of the year. He was reading progressions one two three run right that he conquered. Now, I think level two next year is going to be him really recognizing pre snap. What he's about to see from these defense which helps solve these defenses Trubisky focused in what they were doing as an offense. And now he can take the next step and find answers to many more defensive questions covering the bears. Jeff Johnny AC NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM bears picked up the fifth year option on Leonard Floyd. But Anthony Miller will undergo shoulder surgery. Number one goes down at home do closer to Syracuse ninety five ninety one in overtime first time in ninety one home games at a top ranked Duke team lawsuit. Unranked team James harden, scored fifty seven which was more than half the rockets point total in their one twelve ninety four victory over Memphis. Avi Garcia signed with the raise. While WBZ 'em learns that Manny Machado, really likes the signing of close friend. John. Jay. Brother-in-law yonder Alonzo. But yes signed yet. Serena Williams and Alexander Zverev among those advancing of the AUSSIE open on your home.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Twenty five degrees at one o'clock on rose. Ryan Douglas, a judge will rule on a media requests to release transcripts of a closed court hearing in the case against former east Pittsburgh police officer Michael Ross failed. Katie KYW radio's Joe DO has the details. Closed hearing occurred January third and involved a contempt request by prosecutors against officer Ross spells attorney a messy now the request was denied, but attorneys for the post gazette, and w PX I argue the hearings should have been open to the public. Prosecutors argue it involved evidence the judge had already sealed rossville charged in the June shooting death of seventeen year old Antoine rose at the county courthouse, Joe steel, NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K. Two people were injured in that accident during rush hour, the closed the outbound side of the liberty tunnel. This morning happened about seven forty five and involved four vehicles. The injured were taken by ambulance to hospitals. No word on the severity of their injuries or their condition. This hour the outbound tunnel was closed for about an hour. A missing Wisconsin teenager has been returned safe and a suspect has been charged with kidnapping and murder. The AP's Warren Levinson has the story last night. Our collective promise was fulfilled with Jamie, safe recovery. Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald also announced the arrest of one year old Jake Thomas Paterson who's been charged with murdering Jamie clauses parents three months ago and kidnapping, Jamie. He said the thirteen year old had been held in a house outside Gordon about sixty miles south of her home, the remote area. There isn't a lot of houses in that area. He not only concealed his identity from AUSSIE concealed it. Appears he concealed her from other people. Also, Jamie was to Sheffield, but in good health when she told a woman walking her dog who she was. I'm Warren Levinson as the partial government shutdown enters week three about eight hundred thousand federal workers are going without a paycheck Virginia. Senators. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine met with furloughed Virginians to hear their stories. Holly, Sal, Amita represents housing and urban development authority employees people have. Already missed car payments. People have already been unable to pay their daycare providers because they're stockpiling money. Just so that they can pay for food not knowing how long does is going to go on the house has voted to ensure that all federal employees will be paid retroactively after the shutdown is over the Senate approved the Bill unanimously yesterday the Bill now heads to the president who is expected to sign it..

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Room. We didn't have any other people in the room that could ask the basic courses to deal with the problem of this magnitude and state Senator Brad Holman used a bridal analogy to describe his constituents confusion after three years of preparing for a total L train shutdown grew run off. But you look and the guy next year you never seen them before the MTA board must still vote on whether to approve the governor's new plan. Increasing cloudiness today with a high near thirty five degrees. Chance of rain and sleet late tonight right now. Twenty five degrees in New York. In october. New sounds presented David Bowie's Berlin trilogy his groundbreaking albums, low heroes and lodger live at Brookfield place, thousands of people came and the critics raved now in the week where we Mark the anniversary of Bowie's birth and his death. You can hear those stunning performances of Bowie's music, and the works that inspired it every night this week on new sounds at eleven on ninety three point nine FM WNYC. Welcome back to news hour as the Democratic Republic of Congo awaits election results, which were expected on Sunday. A standoff is looming between the government and the powerful Catholic church which claims to know who the winner is our correspondent Louise Diaz reports now from Kinshasa on the influence of the church. It's seven thirty and Sunday. Mass is packed with families. The young and old came to pray and sing today was meant to be the day of provisional election results, but they've been delayed. So it's a Sunday like any other way coming to charge is apart from the front the old brick fedral of Kinshasa is quite a stay today, music and hope feels the name. Faith is at the heart of Congolese. Life nearly half of its.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Born to Impact

"Away and doesn't feel like anything. It's not until ten or twenty or thirty years later that you get to that like hockey stick portion of the curve that compound growth portion of the curve, and it really take. Off and habits are not exactly like that. But man, it feels like that a lot of the time it feels very much like a compounding curve where it's flat, and almost you're stuck on this plateau this plateau of latent potential as I call it before you get to those results coming and so as you just mentioned we often feel like results should be linear. I put in a little bit of work. I get a little bit of results. So maybe if I put in a lot of work, I'll get a lot of results. But so often we do exactly those things that you're saying we're putting that work in. We don't see anything, you know. It's like I've been running for a month. How come I can't see any change in my body? And I think in reality, and this is the story or now jelly to use to describe how it works. When you're building habits kinda like heating up an ice cube. You know, like imagine you're in this room. It's cold. You can see your breath there's ice cube sitting in the middle of the table. It's like twenty five degrees heat it up. Slowly, it's twenty six degrees. Twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine ice you've still sitting there thirty thirty one. And then you go from thirty. Eighty one to thirty two degrees. And it's this one degree shift. No different than all, the others that just came before it and suddenly the ice cube begins to melt you hit this phase transition. I think the process of building better habits and of banking work and putting in reps and showing up is often like that as well where you're you have to do this for a while. And it feels like there's nothing there to show for it. And eventually you get to that phase transition that hockey stick portion of the curve where you break through. And you actually have a result. There's there's a quote on the wall of the San Antonio Spurs locker room, they're like five time, NBA champions. And it's something to the effect of you know, when I feel like giving up around when I feel like now putting work in. I think about the stonecutter who takes his hammer and bangs on the rock one hundred times without a budget at all and then on the hundred and first blow cracks into and I know that it wasn't the one hundred first one that did it but one hundred that came before. And that's what building habits is like right at you put in the rep. You put in the work. You have nothing to show for it you build up that late and potential, and then if you keep showing up you end up breaking through and get a result. And so true as an entrepreneur and people listen to this. I'm sure you can relate in your own career path or you know, when you're trying to change your habit or doing anything for me starting off as an entrepreneur, I tried so many different things, and I was putting in the work over and over and over again that wasn't really making any huge strides..

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Born to Impact

"Away and doesn't feel like anything. It's not until ten or twenty or thirty years later that you get to that like hockey stick portion of the curve that compound growth portion of the curve, and it really take. Off and habits are not exactly like that. But man, it feels like that a lot of the time it feels very much like a compounding curve where it's flat, and almost you're stuck on this plateau this plateau of latent potential as I call it before you get to those results coming and so as you just mentioned we often feel like results should be linear. I put in a little bit of work. I get a little bit of results. So maybe if I put in a lot of work, I'll get a lot of results. But so often we do exactly those things that you're saying we're putting that work in. We don't see anything, you know. It's like I've been running for a month. How come I can't see any change in my body? And I think in reality, and this is the story or now jelly to use to describe how it works. When you're building habits kinda like heating up an ice cube. You know, like imagine you're in this room. It's cold. You can see your breath there's ice cube sitting in the middle of the table. It's like twenty five degrees heat it up. Slowly, it's twenty six degrees. Twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine ice you've still sitting there thirty thirty one. And then you go from thirty. Eighty one to thirty two degrees. And it's this one degree shift. No different than all, the others that just came before it and suddenly the ice cube begins to melt you hit this phase transition. I think the process of building better habits and of banking work and putting in reps and showing up is often like that as well where you're you have to do this for a while. And it feels like there's nothing there to show for it. And eventually you get to that phase transition that hockey stick portion of the curve where you break through. And you actually have a result. There's there's a quote on the wall of the San Antonio Spurs locker room, they're like five time, NBA champions. And it's something to the effect of you know, when I feel like giving up around when I feel like now putting work in. I think about the stonecutter who takes his hammer and bangs on the rock one hundred times without a budget at all and then on the hundred and first blow cracks into and I know that it wasn't the one hundred first one that did it but one hundred that came before. And that's what building habits is like right at you put in the rep. You put in the work. You have nothing to show for it you build up that late and potential, and then if you keep showing up you end up breaking through and get a result. And so true as an entrepreneur and people listen to this. I'm sure you can relate in your own career path or you know, when you're trying to change your habit or doing anything for me starting off as an entrepreneur, I tried so many different things, and I was putting in the work over and over and over again that wasn't really making any huge strides..

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's twenty five degrees and sunny in Boston at one o'clock Gopi, and here's what's happening. New details about a burned body found near a playground in Lynn. Investigators say the remains are those of twenty nine year old Tito Lopez de banks of Lynn they were discovered close to fry park Thursday afternoon by someone walking a dog. This comes four months after the body of seventeen year old Hurson rebus was found near a different park. And Lynn members of the MS thirteen th street gang are charged in his death. It's unclear if there's a connection to the body of Lopez Eubanks found this past Thursday, there's another shakeup in the Trump cabinet with the president nominating. A man from Winchester as joint chiefs chairman, Mr. Trump before leaving for Washington for the annual army navy football game in Philadelphia says he's naming general Mark milley. Who's led the army the past three years? If confirmed by the Senate Millie would succeed marine general Joe Dunford whose term doesn't end till next October CBS news. Military analyst and retired. Army Colonel Jeff mccaslin, says President Trump is going with an officer who is outspoken and direct an officer with significant combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan appears that the secretary of defense Mattis, actually, preferred general David Goldstein who is currently chief of staff of the air force to replace Dunford. But the president overrode that there's been speculation for some time that Madison may be leaving the administration in the new year. More on this story to come on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty Cacho's to on the free iheartradio app key pieces of the special counsels. Russia investigation appear to be falling into place in three court filings. Prosecutors are for the first time connecting Mr. Trump to a crime involving hush money payments to a porn actress. They reveal new details about outreach from Russia early in the presidential campaign, and they vividly lay out how they say two central figures in the Trump inner circle, Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort were continuously tripped up by lies. Former federal. Prosecutor Laurie Levenson on Cullen who was the president's former personal attorney and fix it. Muller investigation. Cohen at least get some significant time in prison because if he does that. Plays right. Into Trump's aren't that? You'll say anything to stay out. Federal prosecutors say Cohen arrange the payments quote in coordination with and at the direction of Mr. Trump. The filing stopped short of accusing the president of a crime,.

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Frozen

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Frozen

"Bundled up against the bitter cold researchers in this wind tunnel are making ice. Oh, well, the cold never bothered them. Anyway, this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future aloft could spend any summer day in one of the busiest wind tunnels at NASA, the icing research tunnel at NASA, Glenn the IOT is the oldest operating icing tunnel in the world temperatures as low as negative twenty five degrees celsius year round are used to create icing conditions inside the tunnel that would be faced by planes on the ground or in the air supercooled water droplets form, an icing cloud that coats the large scale models or even full-size planes within with the help of complex equipment. Scientists gathered data about the temperature distribution over the objects. Nasa uses that data as part of ongoing research to develop effective de icing and. Anti-icing techniques used to protect both military and commercial aircraft today. So the next time you're playing is being de-iced on the runway. You can thank the scientists who come home from work each day frozen for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit us online at innovation now dot US.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three seven five two five two and we have Anjelica on the, live from Durango Colorado Angelica what can we talk a low fantas healthy on oh it's going well, it's a lovely during another sunny. Hot day I have this. Beautiful new house in drain going been doing a lot of entertaining. But we've been under a heat wave and most of the houses in this area are. Not equipped with air conditioning so I'm really, stuck as to what did. You for dinner parties because I don't wanna be stove And I don't. Want to be is the house so hot so you can only do so many spot shows right I'm really stuck as to what to do Oh man I really feel is about one. Hundred and twenty five degrees in the studio We are definitely no. Temperature, spiritual. Kim right now I'm medium rare and I totally understand that line to cook That's it I mean a purely no cook. Dinner party is what you're after well you know I guess maybe something in the morning. It, is rather cool so backing. That. Up, early and have something cooked earlier that would probably work, or even yeah just maybe a no cook yeah well if it's truly know cook than I have to say I am a little bit lazy about those kinds of things and it just the standard answer like go out and, get some really great. Salami really gate, cheeses and put out a great spread and some. Nuts and some olives and some nice salad, and you know just kind of Grey's your way through. The evening but if you do have a. Cooler morning you don't mind? Episode. For, a. Little bit that time, I think that? Opens up so many possibilities and do? You like fish yes oh great so I would say you? Know what if you do you, wanna. Be impressive what would poach or slow roast the whole side of salmon Get Yeah I think that's a great. Idea we could poach a whole, salmon and then you can just probably killed that during the. Day. Right and then you have. Dinner, yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly so you can serve. It. Cool now I wouldn't serve an ice. Cold I would take it out maybe a little while before guests arrive and let it kind of get to the point where it's cool but not like frigid and. Hard? Right you want it to have still that luscious tenderness and I would if you have a big pot where you can or a big pan where you can just fill it with a couple of inches of, water. Lay you get it just just barely steaming and season your salmon with salt. Pepper if you. Want if you wanna flavor the broth with some lemon, slices or you, know with some herbs or unit, were you, know just kind of go straight up and just lay that Simon in. There make sure the the liquid covers it at a Justice steaming. Temperature you, know not looking for a similar and just let it poach until it's a nice, medium rare, medium take it, out let it cool and alongside it I would do maybe some boiled potatoes maybe. You maybe, you would do those sort of closer to so there are a little bit warm, but not, so hot or, straight serve those cool as well I would say at this time, of year, I am at home I've been doing this, a lot instead, of making, a complicated sauce or whatever, just go really simple and when you have a nice beautiful piece of fish like that I'm thinking maybe, get some mint gets some fresh mint some fresh dill some, parsley and a ton of chives chop mall up. Real fine and just mix them into some nice buttermilk if you can get like good thick buttermilk Great idea yeah or maybe even sour cream or maybe, a mixture of buttermilk and sour cream to give it a. Little bit more heft and I think that next. To the salmon..

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"One for the record books": Heat wave hits Southern California

Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

"One for the record books": Heat wave hits Southern California

"Hour it's sweltering night in los angeles temperatures hovering around the eighty to eighty five degree mark with a high of one hundred to expected in the second day about blistering heatwave cbs's carter evans has more southern california is baking like it's never baked before it's literally unbearable you cannot be outside or inside hi records are falling as temperatures soar well into the triple digits up twenty five degrees above normal the national weather service has issued warnings for dangerous it extreme heat and critical fire danger of the western wildfires now include new ones in southern california kcbs tv stu mandel has been flying above galeta santa barbara county or the flames have destroyed at least twenty home twelve hundred people evacuated from this area what helicopter dropping water.

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Engine failure on Southwest flight is a massive concern

WBT's Morning News with Bo Thompson

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Engine failure on Southwest flight is a massive concern

"Engine that exploded on the southwest airline killing a passenger he's engines power nearly seven thousand seven thirty sevens around the world we're very concerned about this particular event engine failures like this should not occur obviously the southwest flight was heading from new york to dallas when the plane's engine exploded at thirty two thousand feet shattering a window and killing passing general reardon the mother of two was nearly sucked out of the plane even though investigators say she was wearing a seatbelt the pilots took desperate action banking the plane more than forty degrees to the left and started normal steep bank of twenty five degrees for twenty two minutes the engine violently shaking and vibrating out of balance it's a second engine failure like this on a southwest flight in two years a source telling abc news that had happened with a similar engine with similar failures a fan blade breaking at about the same spot sending shrapnel forward this sources correct what does that say well say a couple of things say that there might be a manufacturing issue there might be an inspection might be a maintenance atri we want to look at all that find out what happened here and this should not happen witnesses say the hero pilot had nerves of steel as she guided the crippled jet in for a landing tammy jo schultz said she and her crew were simply doing their job novel joe schultz was one of the first women to fly navy fighter jets put her career did not get off to an easy start in the book military fly mom she opens up about trying to become a fighter pilot in the seventies and early eighties michelle scholtz attended an aviation lecture by retired colonel she tells the book's author the colonel asked her if she was lost she says he loved me to stay but assured me there were no professional women pilots she was rejected by the air force after college but was eventually accepted into the navy she would later become the first woman to fly the navy's newest jet at the time the f eighteen hornet will get more perspective on this story and reaction coming up next hour six thirty five former fbi assistant director chris wecker will join me live you're on wbz's thursday morning news ten before six.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Elikhanov plymouth traffic center i'm tracy mccaskill wwe j newsradio nine fifty that accu weather forecasts now from accuweather meteorologist john feerick clouds and some sun this afternoon will it's out on the upper 20s partly cloudy tonight low twenty two sunshine mixed with some clouds tomorrow mild or if the forty mostly cloudy thursday rain in the afternoon high forty three and colder em friday mostly cloudy i thirty two clouds of sun saturday i three three this is accu others john feerick w w j newsradio nine fifty and right now we're looking at test sunny skies throughout the metro area 27 in canton 25 in livonia it's 25 in roseville downtown looking at some china 25 degrees but at detroit metro airport it still cloudy there and twenty five degrees from oxford commerce issing claire news watch never stops wbz newsradio nine wwl there's more coming out of the olympics then medals many athletes are sick from the norovirus we get more now from wwe health reporter dr dna lights the norovirus can spread easily when people are in close contact with each other the bugs easy to catch and hard to kill family madison expert dr dan alan it could last for weeks on a counter elevator button doorknob if somebody is awash her hands thoroughly after going to the bathroom you can catch it so it is not killed with hand sanitizer so you must practice very good handwashing symptoms include nausea vomiting and diarrhoea most people recover within one two three days there are almost two hundred confirmed cases of norovirus at the winter olympics in south korea reporting live dr deanna lights w w j news radio nine fifty and oakland county woman is hoping to track down the owners of a photo album that turned up in a cabinet that she recently bought at a resell shop wwe case pat by tally with the story tracy banished started cleaning.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The anti e casey foundation this is wnyc good morning i'm sean carlsson with a quick look at our weather forecast mostly sunny today the high hitting about thirty eight degrees later this afternoon but with a win it'll feel much colder than that anywhere between fifteen and twenty five degrees tonight mostly cloudy the temperature will remain steady at about thirty five wind chills though between thirty and thirty five tomorrow wednesday it'll be partly sunny the high reaching forty eight by the afternoon windshield lows though again between twenty five and thirty five degrees coming up while the next review tennessee watson was sexually molested as a kid decades later she told police about the man who abused her he is isolated that he does stoler with young people but getting justice was in these really the prosecutor is the linchpin the buck stops with him he can reject a case just because he doesn't wanna do it while the next reveal denied late monday 939 fm w nyc the new trump infrastructure planets out but he keeps distracting everyone with the statements on race and gender that require a response what is congress to do weaken flaggingout manhandling accusations of domestic abuse and go back to work during business hours on things like infrastructure and by the opioid epidemic and all the other priorities we have hudson valley congressman sean patrick bologna on the brian lehrer show next time we will talk infrastucture with former hud secretary henry cisneros brian lehrer show a ten am on wnyc this is morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep so one of the biggest threats to american national security tadeusz senate committee examines threats from outside as well as some problems within the hearing arrive says it at a difficult time for us intelligence agencies the cia has lost sources overseas the national secu the agency the nsa had some of its hacking tool stolen by hackers and the fbi is being investigated by some.

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"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty five degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The anti e casey foundation this is wnyc good morning i'm sean carlsson with a quick look at our weather forecast mostly sunny today the high hitting about thirty eight degrees later this afternoon but with a win it'll feel much colder than that anywhere between fifteen and twenty five degrees tonight mostly cloudy the temperature will remain steady at about thirty five wind chills though between thirty and thirty five tomorrow wednesday it'll be partly sunny the high reaching forty eight by the afternoon windshield lows though again between twenty five and thirty five degrees coming up while the next review tennessee watson was sexually molested as a kid decades later she told police about the man who abused her he is isolated that he does stoler with young people but getting justice was in these really the prosecutor is the linchpin the buck stops with him he can reject a case just because he doesn't wanna do it while the next reveal denied late monday 939 fm w nyc the new trump infrastructure planets out but he keeps distracting everyone with the statements on race and gender that require a response what is congress to do weaken flaggingout manhandling accusations of domestic abuse and go back to work during business hours on things like infrastructure and by the opioid epidemic and all the other priorities we have hudson valley congressman sean patrick bologna on the brian lehrer show next time we will talk infrastucture with former hud secretary henry cisneros brian lehrer show a ten am on wnyc this is morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep so one of the biggest threats to american national security tadeusz senate committee examines threats from outside as well as some problems within the hearing arrive says it at a difficult time for us intelligence agencies the cia has lost sources overseas the national secu the agency the nsa had some of its hacking tool stolen by hackers and the fbi is being investigated by some.

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