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03:49 min | 5 months ago

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"Have worked more than twenty days straight and twelve hour shifts during which they been spat on and have had bricks and explosives thrown at them he says they're physically and mentally exhausted Rodman's son officer Nick Rodman was killed in twenty seventeen in the line of duty mayor Greg Fischer says the city is walking a fine line in handling the nightly protests S. S. S. majority of the protesters are peaceful and what we're trying to do as a city is is balanced people's first amendment rights to protest with the protection of people and safety so from time to time obviously it it calls into question which way you're going to go there but public safety is always going to be the first thing sister says he continues to support peaceful protests but warned LMPD will act when violence occurs at the White House today president trump made remarks on what he sees as acceptable police reform A. B. C.'s Karen Travers has details the executive order signed by president trump today encourages reforms in policing including incentivizing police agencies across the country to adopt best practices on the use of force establishing information sharing about officers who engage in misconduct and promoting using social workers to help with nonviolent calls president reiterated his opposition to calls for defunding police departments we have to find common ground but I strongly oppose the radical and dangerous efforts to defend dismantling dissolve our police departments Karen Travers ABC news the White House U. S. senators are going to work on police reform to replace what Republican senator Lindsey Graham calls a broken system democratic senator Cory Booker of New Jersey asked how many people have to die needlessly before lawmakers take bold action will we meet this moment in history and actually do something real or will we find ourselves back here again a year from now three years from now with mass protests in the steep streets by people of all different backgrounds demanding change senator Lindsey Graham said black Americans live in fear of being pulled over by the police his Judiciary Committee is looking at what steps should be taken at the federal level he mentioned possibly banning choke holds a Kentucky soldier has been accounted for more than seventy years after his disappearance Haley Hanson has the story eighteen year old army corporal Billy Joe hash of Corbin Kentucky was reported missing during the Korean War after his unit was attacked near the chosen reservoir in North Korea in nineteen fifty his remains were finally accounted for after North Korea turned over fifty five boxes said to contain the remains of American service members killed during the war has his name is recorded on the courts of the missing at the national memorial cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu a rose that will be placed next to his name to indicate he's been accounted for he Lee Hanson newsradio eight forty WHAS another Kentucky festival falls victim to the corona virus pandemic the world chicken festival which was scheduled to take place in London Kentucky in September is being canceled organizer say a number of issues and unknown variables such as social distancing temperature and health checks on the uncertainty over what would be allowed all played a role in the executive board's decision your next news update is at six thirty I'm C. Sandoval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. it is for Haley the book hello Jim this it was soul crushing this and we're just looking for just two noms you don't have the ticket the jury I'm sorry one more time that stirs the drink yes Israeli called can you this president spoon that stars I don't know what's at stake isn't it I think matter you obviously need.

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01:55 min | 6 months ago

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"The new interchange construction you may expect delays on the Clark memorial second street bridge that's due to an inspection our next report is in fifteen minutes chucking removes radio eight forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with the Wednesday forecast I will continue to have this dodging chances of showers and storms not an all day wash out will be warm and muggy with highs near eighty one lows down to sixty seven tonight will continue to see that chances some pop up showers and storms tomorrow with highs near eighty four better chances of showers and storms round out the week on Friday with a high of eighty two that'll bring in drier air for the weekend with highs in the seventies that's your WLKY forecast I meteorologist Matt Milosevic breaking news weather and traffic station this is news radio eight forty WHAS your new ten thirty yard will Clark news radio eight forty W. H. J. S. the man seen acting in effigy of governor Beshear outside the capital over the weekend is now out of a job one of the demonstrators seen participating in the hanging of an effigy depicting governor Andy Beshear Sunday is now out of a job the Neil help an automotive group in Louisville announced the man's termination on Twitter Tuesday evening after it said it conducted an internal investigation the company says it does not condone threats of violence in any form whether they be a call to action or an implied threat the individual has not been identified I'm John Gallagher newsradio eight forty WHAS from Kentucky's capital we head to the nation's capital that's where we find president trump he's mad at Twitter that after the social media site flagged one of his tweets part of an effort by the company to curb false and misleading tweets ABC's Karen Travers has the latest president trump Wednesday morning issuing a threat to social media platforms reading that Republicans.

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02:59 min | 7 months ago

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"First stages hair salons barbershops not on that list so far but that didn't stop one hair stylist from opening her Dallas the launch she's now been slapped with a restraining order Chile Luther has become the face of the anti lockdown movement in Dallas appearing at a rally and tearing up the citation she received for refusing to close her hair salon on Tuesday she was served with a temporary restraining order that says she's endangering the public health I know that I'm not closing the salon she's now facing fines or worse that means I have to go to jail logo Luther says returning is preparing an appeal Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas the World Health Organization today pushing back against allegations that did not inform countries including the U. S. early enough in the outbreak began in China sounded the alarm medley and we sounded it often whose director general Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus says from December thirty first when the who was first alerted to a cluster of cases to January thirtieth when there were eighty to diagnose cases outside of China and no deaths the who declared a global public health emergency president trump announced that the U. S. withholding funding due to whose response the coronavirus slowdown taking its toll from small business to big industry the nation's economy shrank by four point eight percent from January to March in the layoffs continue Boeing says a corona virus outbreak has delivered a body blow to its business Boeing is now seeking to cut about ten percent of its work force over sixteen thousand employees it'll try voluntary measures and involuntary layoffs is needed Boeing CEO sending an internal email to employees saying the cuts will be the deepest in Boeing's commercial airplane unit the company plans to reduce production of the seven eighty seven and the triple seven Alex stone ABC news you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now it's two o'clock good afternoon I'm Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS the Kentucky Air National Guard will have two military planes fly over the Commonwealth this week to show appreciation for those fighting against code nineteen to see one thirties will fly across the state Friday launching from Louisville and moving through Frankfort Lexington Pikeville Bowling Green Owensboro and more a man is dead and another injured after a car was hit by a train in Hardin county it happened around eight last night and running Phil investigators say the driver of the vehicle failed to yield to the oncoming train harden county sheriff's deputies say there are no lights or arms at the railroad crossing officials say the car's passenger nineteen year old hunter srna of vine Grove died at university hospital the nineteen year old who was driving hasn't been identified cosco members will need to cover their faces while they shop starting next week the wholesale retailer announced the requirement begins on may fourth they'll also be limiting how many people are inside members will be able to bring one guest in most U. S. stores but in Kentucky Porter Rico el Paso Texas will be limited to just members your next news update is a three I'm standing volleys radio eight forty W. H. A. S. hired radio wants.

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02:35 min | 8 months ago

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"Right now it right employment you can get twelve months no interest at a starting price of only twenty four ninety nine all the incredible John Z. three hundred series residential zero turn mowers plus we offer free delivery curbside service after hours pick up loading assistance the ability to purchase equipment online and a new chat feature on our website right on your P. dot com offerings for three twenty twenty some restrictions apply see offer details right implement online right I M. P. dot com and on Facebook when you hear the Kentucky Wildcats your listening to news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville Kentucky has reached college basketball's final weekend the time has come for another chapter in big thirty seven wins the most Kentucky basketball ultimate goal players one and we don't feel that way we never with the first since our first good evening everybody welcome to another edition of Kentucky classics here in the UK sports network I'm Tom leach these re broadcasts of classic U. K. games are being presented by U. K..

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04:05 min | 9 months ago

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"Minutes about US news radio eight forty WHAS hi folks with the updated forecast I'm W. okay why chief meteorologist Jay Cardoso import more beautiful weather in progress on this Thursday afternoon we'll see a mix of sun and high clouds as temperatures in the low sixties for tonight we're expecting partly cloudy skies it will turn breezy late those temperatures will settle back to near forty not much of a climb tomorrow mainly cloudy skies and breezy colder day mid forties but nice weekend weather is expected to return that's your forecast on WLKY chief meteorologist Jay card see it's sixty at newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. our top story a coronavirus emergency spending bill is headed to president trump's desk after final passage by the Senate on this vote the yeas are ninety six the nays are one the sixty vote threshold having been achieved the bill is passed Kentucky Republican rand Paul cast the only no vote he said the spending bill should be offset by cuts to foreign aid the roughly eight billion dollar package is aimed at helping states and the federal government respond to the growing coronavirus threat that includes money to help speed development of a coronavirus vaccine as cases of the virus increase in the U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii today saying there are now more travel restrictions in place Ontario says the U. S. is working with Italy and South Korea two countries hit hard by covert nineteen on additional screenings for passengers coming to the United States state department is implemented aggressive travel restrictions updated travel advisories and work with the private sector to ensure U. S. citizens and travelers are informed and safe enter Denver ABC news Washington Tennessee has confirmed its first case of coronavirus while we are saddened to learn that this virus has now reached Tennessee our recent preparedness efforts that the governor just mentioned have positioned us to respond swiftly and thoroughly state health commissioner Dr Lisa appears he says the patient is an adult male living in Williamson County south of Nashville who recently traveled out of the state but not out of the country the patient is isolated at home there have been no confirmed coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky governor Andy Beshear and state health officials are having a news conference at this hour to give an update senator Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the presidential race telling reporters outside her home in Cambridge Massachusetts I have no regrets at all get it this is in honor of a lifetime warranty so she's had the opportunity to talk on a national stage about a wealth tax universal child care canceling student debt and raising social security payments she said she won't be endorsing anyone else today legislation to fund the university of Louisville takeover of Jewish hospital get scrutinized in a Senate committee will Clark reports house speaker David Osborne and university level present nearly Bendapudi made their case for legislation that would aid in the takeover of the facility from Kentucky one health Senate president Robert Stivers vers asked Bendapudi how critical the funding is what would it mean to the teaching institution of the university of Louisville made school if this is not done and this consortium that came together collapsed it would be devastating and that is not an overstatement Sir Republican senator Stephen Meredith of Litchfield had an issue with the plan asking why the downtown local hospital was worth saving any more than a struggling rule hospital it cleared the Senate Education Committee and now moves to the full Senate for consideration will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS the Kentucky Derby festival has something for every music fan at the waterfront jam the festival announced its lineup today with more than two dozen local and regional bands taking the stage from April twenty third through may first local artist white reaper and the crashers along with country musician Michael ray the rumors and Foghat headline the lineup and the question I said Katy Perry is going to be a mom the pop star revealed that she is expecting her first child with fiancee Orlando bloom in her music video for her new song never worn flight in an Instagram live Perry said her due date is sometime this summer for more news listen to the daily died each day on the I heart radio app your next news update is at three thirty I'm Suzanne Duval.

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02:38 min | 10 months ago

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"Cargo six fifty eight news radio what forty WHAS our top story Kentucky flu cases are trending upward the department of public health says there are about two thousand new cases that were reported in the past week at least fifty people have died for were under the age of eighteen Lexington pharmacist clearance Sullivan says we have seen patients trickle in for flu shots but not like they should you know there's no who he said people should be coming in for flu shots and there's no reason they have not been and he says it's not too late to get your flu shot the World Health Organization is sounding an optimistic note in the fight against the corona virus the group's director general said today the number of new cases is going down he also said the death rate for covert nineteen as it's called is lower than other viruses because most people will get better it was also revealed that children aren't getting a fat infected as much a second man accused in a fatal southern Indiana hit run has turned himself in Samuel Smith Christian Pittman and a sixteen year old are accused of traveling to hers and county last week to buy marijuana from twenty one year old Chrissy Grimsley when the group attempted to drive off without paying Grimsley hung on to their trucks door she was thrown from the truck and later died from her injuries according to Harrison County sheriff's officials Smith turned himself into authorities this week just a few days after Pittman did the same the juvenile involved will also face charges Haley Hanssen news radio wait forty WHAS southeast Kentucky recovering from record flooding the Cumberland River in southern Kentucky spa finally receded leaving behind a mess Kentucky Baptist relief volunteer Dave Hampton is helping people in Whitley county remove damaged items from their homes and stripping the interiors down to the studs turned out anything that's damaged put it on the street or in a dumpster and they will clean all the mud out of the house is the house as we assess that so for all of them have mud in a invoice from quarter of an inch to five or six inches of mud meanwhile in Mississippi that states governors telling people not to go back to their flooded homes just yet officials had to release more water from dams and that's making the flooding even worse entire neighborhoods are under water with up to a thousand homes damaged police suicides continue to draw attention across the country ABC's Erin to Turkey reports another NYPD officer is being mourned in New York attractive Paul Federico hang himself inside his mother's home in queens he had been on the force twenty nine years and was most recently assigned to the police commissioner's office ten NYPD officers died by suicide in twenty nineteen detective Federico this was the first in twenty twenty the NYPD and a number of police departments across the country have been dealing with a rash of suicides.

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02:07 min | 10 months ago

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"President trump taking action after his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial earlier this week firing members of his team and key witnesses who testified after being subpoenaed in the house and Corey ABC's cara Phillips is at the White House he you ambassador Gordon Sunland recalled from his post effective immediately that came as lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men the national security aide who testified at trump's impeachment trial was escorted out of the White House fired from his role in the National Security Council the first American has died from the corona virus who was a patient in a hospital in Wu Han China the center of that outbreak the death toll now stands at seven hundred and twenty five and is expected to go higher the US embassy in Beijing confirmed to ABC news that a sixty year old U. S. citizen died on Thursday citing privacy the embassy provided no further details on the patient over a thousand Americans are believed to have lived in Wuhan and the US government has already evacuated nearly eight hundred of them and their family members over the last two weeks Carson you ABC news Hong Kong in Ireland voters are choosing their next prime minister today oppose brexit landscape concerns over economic austerity and health care some of the factors you're listening to ABC news newsradio eight forty W. A. T. S. news a service of Miller's fancy bath and kitchen this is news radio eight forty WHAS your do you now good morning I'm Jerry bloom news radio eight forty WHAS the Kentucky blood center is in desperate need for donations after officials say the flu and bad weather is keeping people away from their blood drives a number of them had to be canceled over the past two weeks causing a loss of nearly three hundred blood donations donors to come to the local centers today we'll be able to receive two free movie passes as a thank you for giving blood Berea college is canceled its upcoming baseball season the school's president made an announcement via email this week but didn't give a reason for the decision the school says they hope to bring back baseball next year at this time for.

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02:22 min | 10 months ago

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"Forty catcher WLKY forecast I'm Abalos today a light rain in town in thirty six our top story president trump wasting no time bringing up his impeachment at the national prayer breakfast in Washington this morning my family our great country and your president have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people the president making a not so veiled jab at congressional lawmakers like house speaker Nancy Pelosi who voted to impeach him she too was at the prayer breakfast the Senate acquitted president trump yesterday here he will make a statement at the White House at noon and you can hear it live here on news radio eight forty WHAS more Kentucky school districts are closed today because of widespread flew several dozen districts are closed they include Fayette County which cancel classes today and tomorrow other school districts that are closed for the rest of the week include Davis Parlin Jackson but governor you tailor a dare and Russell county I DO investigation could make parents think twice about which car seats they choose for their kids more from correspondent Peter king a New York family suing the makers of the even flow booster seat after side impact crash left their daughter paralyzed and on a ventilator the booster with the seat belt and not a harness met or exceeded safety standards but even flows own crash test video shows a test dummy being thrown like a toy Dr Ben Hoffman writes car seat recommendations to the American academy of pediatrics and there's no way I would want a child who I know or knew or loves to be put into a scenario like that even flow says the seat performed as designed Peter king's CBS news the rolling stones are coming to town Keith Richards and Mick Jagger announced the stones will do a fifteen city north American tour this year it includes a performance at cardinal stadium and lonely born June fourteenth can I we were just getting going and like we've got to continue this you know I'm looking for two months a lot of the city speech haven't been to for a long time so I'm looking forward to.

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02:12 min | 10 months ago

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"Athletics news radio eight forty WHAS after Kentucky thirty five thirty four buzzer beating three at the end of the first half of the second straight Saturday one last week was from quickly at mid court this one from maxi about twenty five feet out of the right side one second family of the UK when you hear the Kentucky Wildcats your listening to news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville time to take a look at our first half stats and they are presented by Toyota Mike Kentucky's first shot defense has been really good already eight of twenty six from the field two of twelve the three point line but they can't keep them off the office supplies they can't Auburn hold the night before advantage that a twenty seventeen overall rebounded but it's also about the seven turnovers the cats have had Auburn has five steals of those seven turnovers so you get a little loose again with the ball at all but it's been able to turn those seven turnovers in the seven points can't solely got two points for for alba turnovers that who would have thought that half the why this all particular really love to shoot the tray there they would be to a twelve cats would be five to kids suck you lease scores are Maxine quickly with twelve each Brooks with four G. saying Hey get the chip three Nick Richard just one point all of three from the field and three rebounds for all for severe dowdy leads the way with sixteen then you come to your four with five in Johnson with for Kentucky in the first half shoots nine of twenty three thirty nine percent but if you six five three seven ten attempts they were twelve or fourteen at the free throw line already got.

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01:58 min | 10 months ago

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"Karen Travers is at the White House with the latest president trump unveiled his long awaited Middle East peace plan standing with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the White House for the first time in many many decades I can say it will work it's going to work if they do this it will work the plan calls for the creation of a state for Palestinians but they would have to meet requirements Palestinians would get a capital and what the president called eastern Jerusalem but he also insisted Jerusalem will remain Israel's undivided capital Karen Travers ABC news the White House in response to the planned Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas says a thousand knows breaking right now the U. S. Geological Survey is reporting a magnitude seven point seven earthquake struck off the coast of Jamaica the agency said the epicenter is about seventy three miles north west of the coastal town of Lycia it was felt that the US base in Guantanamo bay in Cuba a tsunami warning has been issued the Senate has adjourned until tomorrow is it here's the defense of president trump in the Senate impeachment trial attorney Jay Sekulow as saying in his argument the Democrats are basing their desire to remove president trump simply because they disagree with his politics have have a removal of a duly elected president based on a policy disagreement that is not what the framers intended and if you lower the bar that way danger danger danger we will have a complete wrap up of today's impeachment trial from ABC news tonight at seven on news radio eight forty WHAS a Kentucky lawmaker has introduced a bill to make it illegal to hold a cell phone while you're driving we'll talk reports representative James Tipton of Taylor's Velas filed the phone down Kentucky active require drivers use hands free or voice recognition technology of using their phones while driving there are exemptions however including calling nine one one or reporting an emergency Tipton says there is a public desire for the legislation I talked to a lot of people I.

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07:52 min | 11 months ago

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"Children suffered cuts and bruises caused by a belt it's six oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS rand Paul is Kentucky's junior senator he's not thrilled with the inconsistencies he's getting from the trump administration on the strike that blew up an Iranian general heard contradictory information we've heard that the from the secretary of state that they don't know where or when but it was imminent the Republican lawmaker calling out secretary of state Mike Pompeii on NBC's meet the press Paul sits on the Senate foreign relations committee and criticize the administration for claiming they didn't have time to come back to Congress and answer questions noting the two thousand two authorization for military force in Iraq also the debate should be held on whether the US should even be there in addition to Afghanistan meanwhile anger is growing against Iran's leadership following last week's unintentional missile launch that brought down a commercial airliner killing over a hundred Iranians in the crash ABC's samadhi a mock he N. is in Taron with how the citizens responded to the government's admission the missile attack after three days of denials the first reaction was on social media people express their anger they decided to hold some visuals it's a started with like quiet visual ceremony and then us like the eternal to me come more like a protest and at the end it was cracked down by the police swing tear gas back in this country there will be some developments today in relations to the Middle East Attorney General William Barr and FBI deputy director David voted char expected to announce what actions the government will take over last month's deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola a number of sources saying more than a dozen Saudi servicemen serving at American military bases will be kicked out of the country the man or not accused of helping the Saudi airforce lieutenant who killed three US servicemen in the Commonwealth the National Weather Service taking a look at storm damage in Madison in Clark County several storms ripped through the state over the weekend flipping over mobile homes uprooting trees and knocking down power lines the National Weather Service is no tornadoes touch down so far only minor injuries have been reported we're gonna go to London now that's where the broil families having a little bit of a tiff prince Harry has that important meeting with the family today the queen ordering Harry to meet with her his father and his brother to discuss his desire to get away from the dysfunctional family Harry's wife Meghan Markle has already exited the country with her son she's hanging out in Canada well this all plays out your next news update is pointing and laughing at the British it comes at six thirty I will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky M. as breaking news weather and traffic station well that's not very nice lance you're laughing at the bad at the Brits all the rest of your family I'm having a good looker look thank you let me know that what's the queen now like two hundred eighteen in out our yes she says outlast look look your you're a figure head government can you control your just fighting on most of us have when we have dysfunctional family things they don't play out in the international wires just handle your business no one cares didn't we see that apparently now William Henry L. Herries brother yes apparently his kind of off to his relationship with his brother there seems to be a little tension in the hopes that they can kind of make up at some point I I don't they apparently the queen was just very very shocked and asked for both of them not to go to go into this mode of course let's fill so what are the here's the thing is that let us look back we had the who was the out it was prince pervert last year the one that was hanging out with and routine yeah so we got that little fiasco we've got the the Duke of whatever his you know the the queen's husband the only gourd somebody in a Land Rover you know it's the British royal family got problems there are other ramming people with cars they're hanging out with sex offenders it's and I mean there's there's a lot of problems so I clean Elizabeth prince Charles prince William and prince Harry are all going to attend said meeting as you are right the state today at the queen's Sander Humm estate in Norfolk eastern England so it's not a is so she's trying to lay low she does want to do it in London there Buckingham Palace right trying to hang out of up there at Royals are us correct yeah Megan as you rightly point out staying in Canada she's the Duchess of Sussex in apparently now Meg is looking to get a get a gig with this thing there there's been some talk that yeah there's two entities that need to combine egg or your family in the rash according to multiple reports mega signed a voiceover deal with Disney of for good because it says here in fact the says TMZ dot has shared a video that shows Harry pitching is wise I'm Bella video yet pitching is wise vocal talents to Disney CEO Bob hi Bob Eiger at the London premiere of The Lion King sure she was **** and Bob Eiger just wanted to hang out with the Royals let's just cut to read that yeah all right we got a trying giveaway do we give away money here's got here now do you know are here at the top of the odd couple hours to do are we still giving casually I don't know are we still doing that yeah we're supposed to a we have a chance for people to win a thousand dollars I think if I'm not mistaken six oh a news radio a forty W. as a spirit really right now we don't anyway do it do we have the casket wise guy you know we do okay we need to play that now no way okay thank you very much US six oh a news radio a forty WHAS Kentucky as morning news of meanwhile we we told you you were taught by Lamar the last hour we'll get into that to too much today but it was a sad day for many of us who are Lamar fans Dennis really ravens fans but they got punched in the mouth of the more had a big a really really bad game I hope that this is an while things going to wind up sticking with the Mister Jackson you know because all of a sudden we're starting to hear the rumbling said you know this is going to be bill Kelly light by the course of these go Kelly made to the Superbowl it is a second year but that's a being sad now what could the ravens have done could they have paid more attention to detail maybe go yeah I think horrible has take a little bit of responsibility for not having his team prepared with the best record in the in the the NFL as well so a dental bill still be a sticking point and we have basketball coming our way this week tomorrow it's little taken on Pittsburgh Paul Rogers will have to call after the car's got than their scape from Notre Dame and Penn the last time they played little you remember I gave the cars all that they won our pregame coverage will start at five thirty seven collected by new third newt news radio a forty WHAS and Kentucky's game against South Carolina Wednesday night is a coming up delta Bob at five with a six thirty tip is that correct agile to take your calls after at that particular contest coach cal's a show is tonight at six news radio eight forty WHAS and we were talking about Nancy Pelosi expected to releasing articles of impeachment against the president to the Senate this week what did she have to say as we heard headed into the weekend on the top of will find out more from Michael Bauer from NBC news.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Forty WHAS another cool start to your morning lead to a beautiful afternoon across the area for today partly to mostly sunny skies will prevail dipped once we're gonna top out near seventy degrees we'll go ahead for tonight increasing cloud cover expected on the poor side was dropping into the upper forties to right around fifty degrees and for your Friday mostly cloudy a late day shower would be a possibility with better rain chance is expected to increase for your Saturday I trusted forecast on W. okay why meteorologist Chris Johnson it's forty eight it news radio eight forty WHAS our top story is crying too violent crimes in the city of low level overnight the first in the Newburgh neighborhood that call coming in at around eight o'clock but the forty two hundred block of broad more court officers arrived and found a man who'd been shot he was pronounced dead at the scene officers getting another call at three o'clock this morning this one from the valley station area in the ten thousand during a block of green tree lane that's not far from valley high school they arrived to find a man who had been stabbed was taken university hospital where he was pronounced dead the homicide unit is working both of those scenes they're currently no suspect you know anything call the tip line at five seven four Ellie MPD the city's homicide total now sitting at seventy eight it's seven oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS a Kentucky man who pled guilty and the kidnapping rape and murder of a child a sentenced Timothy mad and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the twenty fifteen kidnapping rape and murder of seven year old Gabby do lan Allen county judge Jenny Crocker clear the court room following an outburst between Dylan's father and Madden new officers chief if you would please escort the doing down at this time please this child deserves better than this man will report a media lead to a maximum security prison Haley Hanssen news radio eight forty WHAS the body of Elijah Cummings will lie in state at the U. S. capitol today the Maryland Democrat passed away last week at the age of sixty eight a ceremony will begin at the capitol to live in this warning featuring mark some house speaker Nancy Pelosi Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and others president Barack Obama and Bill Clinton will speak IT Cummings funeral on Friday.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Little traffic tip line at four seven nine twenty three thirty six next report in ten minutes I'm Bobbie Ellis news radio eight forty WHAS I'm walking one zero to Suzanne Forgan windy weather intentionally in some areas with some scattered shower and thunderstorm activity expected winds gusting anywhere from thirty to thirty five miles per hour and temperatures in the lower to middle seventies overnight rate drop down to about forty nine degrees partly cloudy skies for tomorrow windy weather expected with highs in the lower sixties I'm WLKY meteorologists using an organ cloudy in seventy five at news radio eight forty WHAS our top story a new shelter has opened for locals homeless pets Paul miles has details it said eleven billion dollars state of the art animal shelter on Newburgh road are homeless pets now have a great place to recover and hopefully find a forever home metro animal services director Ozzie Gibson the new facility can house up to two hundred thirty five animals and includes a clinic to offer spay and neuter services vaccinations and microchip being bear Fisher we have to accept every animal that shows up whether it's a boa constrictor donkey a pot belly pig we got sick of all the animal care facility is located next to the animal house adoption center Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS a Kentucky lawmaker has pre filed legislation that would make it more difficult for minors to get their hands on vaping products representative Jerry Miller says he's pre filing B. R. four sixty eight which is an act to control regulate the sale of flavored and enhanced vapor products the legislation would require all story stores that sell vapor enhanced products to register with Kentucky.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"wha s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Bus on Gerard drive near Westport road same out these police chief very Wilkerson tells reporters the boy a student Wilder elementary apparently got off the bus without the driver seeing him does stop at several locations on the street and it's usually like twenty to thirty yard increments so not sure if you got off early cheated rows you've got all this point still early to tell but that's what it this point the boy was rushed to Norton children's hospital with a head injury Suzanne Duval news radio eight forty WHAS it six SO two it news radio a forty WHAS more Kentucky ends were in line at the unemployment office last month Paul miles looks at the latest numbers Kentucky's jobless rate in August was four point four percent up from four point three percent in July that's despite an increase in the civilian labor force the state says workers enter the force at a faster rate than they were finding jobs that push the August unemployment rate up even though more people worked in August than in July the sectors losing the most jobs last month for durable goods manufacturing and professional and business services Kentucky's trade transportation and. utilities sector gained the most jobs the national unemployment rate in August was three point seven percent. Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS we go to Capitol Hill now that's where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell now backing a measure that would provide more funding for election security ahead of the twenty twenty vote speaking on the Senate floor the Majority Leader announced he would support an amendment that the Appropriations Committee is set to vote on I'm proud of financial services and general government.

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"wha  s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"wha s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Kennedy bridge coming at Jeffersonville this morning our next report in ten minutes bodiless newsradio eight forty WHAS. okay what meteorologists Mamelukes image with a look Thursday forecast to be mostly sunny less humid with highs near eighty forces shaping up to be a really nice day at Lowes dot at sixty two clear and home tonight hi little warmer tomorrow will jump to eighty eight degrees with partly cloudy sky okay just a few passing clouds as we start the weekend on Saturday with highs near eighty five looking dry in the eighties as well for Sunday at WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist novelist of it. eight sixty six at news radio eight forty WHAS our top story. Dorian taking aim at the Carolinas the wind and rain pelting Charleston ABC's Alex stone is there the streets of Charles Taylor empty windows boarded up sandbags in front of doors the gas lamps to define Charleston flickering away I found Rachel colleagues who are working around the clock at a local hospital out on a break in joining the empty streets having a little job. yeah takes away from the flat she says locals do expect Dorian to cause flooding problems here now they wait to see what Dorian has in store Alex stone ABC news Charleston and Dorian strengthening and back to a cap three storm it began breaking the southeastern seaboard early this morning tens of thousands are already without power Georges coastal islands are also at risk and those further up the coast in North Carolina are feeling the effects of the Bahamas the death toll is at least twenty the store moved across the islands is a powerful cat five storm Jerry Preston ABC news it's six oh two it news radio eight forty WHAS backing Kentucky Attorney General and gubernatorial candidates eighty Bashir proposing some pay raises for the Commonwealth teachers stop the bullying raise the pay calls for a two thousand across the board raise for Kentucky teachers it also prioritizes student loan forgiveness for teachers to stay in Kentucky the Attorney General was asked how he plans on paying for those races I tell you a couple easy things are gonna undue that'll start providing the money is we're going to undo the two hundred fifty thousand dollar raise this governor gave to one of his best friends as the head of IT here in Kentucky this year's plan would cost the state around eighty four million dollars per year he Lee Hanson news radio eight forty WHAS in other anti Bashir related news a Franklin circuit court judge has refused a request and governor Bevin to remove himself from overseeing a lawsuit over the state investigation of teacher.

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"wha  s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"wha s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Austin bomber in twenty eighteen three national oceanic and atmospheric administration pilots are making history the trio of NO a pilot's became the first all female hurricane hunter flight crew captain Christie twining commander Rebecca wanting ten the lieutenant Lindsay Norman flew around hurricane Dorian for more than seven hours on Thursday gathering data on this storm the hurricanes been upgraded to a category three and is expected to be a category four storm when it reaches the Florida coast Recco show NBC news radio your next news update is at six thirty I'm Suzanne Duval news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky on this breaking news weather and traffic station good evening I'm Jack box and welcome to the Tony into white show news and commentary from Haley Hanson along with executive producer Jim fair it's time for a radio show to be broadcast on eight forty WHAS good luck news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. with Tony enjoy Dwight show with Haley hands and it's just us two right now because you've we're only doing forty five minutes tonight before we headed off to Lou city FC they've got a home game which is part of an action packed weekend white perfect night issue ray and you're all talk about it so awesome they got loose city FC going on again you can hear it right here on news radio a forty WHAS the Kentucky game tomorrow you could hear on newsradio eight forty W. H. is the UL game Monday night Monday here on news radio eight forty WHAS pregame coverage starts at three o'clock so I am on day that's three football games get it she they call soccer if you're wrong yeah football weather yeah all right coming up in a couple of minutes we're gonna talk to fill so Rembrandt yeah this is bill Solman right till solum the railing right read say had a couple albums out.

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"wha  s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"wha s. kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A bit of heat as we move into the holiday weekend this Friday will be partly cloudy with highs near ninety a straight pop up shower late in the day possible especially north of town as we head into tonight just passing cloud or two and lows near sixty eight four right back up to ninety on Saturday eight ninety one on Sunday both days a stray shower possible but not likely that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist maravillosa that it's seventy two it news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. our top story continuing coverage of hurricane Dorian and its anticipated arrival on Florida's east coast W. F. O. R. T. V.'s tie Russell is in west Palm Beach awaiting the storm a visit home depot in Palm Beach county Thursday night if that's what my my rental that's what it is shoppers cleared shelves with whatever type of what they can fine on my home I got Arkansas does install and stuff people are not waiting until the last minute because hurricane Dorian already poses a major threat so a short distance away from home depot there was a line of cars on a busy road they all waited to get gas in nearby some stations had already run out the storm also bringing out some political rhetoric former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell says she hopes the storm hits Mar a Lago Campbell service Canadian prime minister for less than five months in nineteen ninety three taking to Twitter she's rooting for a direct hit to the property which is on Florida's west coast it's six thirty two it news radio a forty WHAS more Kentucky minors at risk of losing their paychecks after declaring for bankruptcy black jewel was unable to pay miners because it did not have a security bond in place that's when the attorney general's office started investigating this labor cabinet has not secured one single performance bond for any mining company across Kentucky there nearly thirty license companies and there could be more Kentucky Attorney General anti Bashir says without those bonds close to one thousand miners could lose their paychecks if their mind goes under but your claims the error was intentional he Lee Hanson newsradio wait forty WHAS the city budget is shoes now having the local zoo looking.

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