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01:40 min | 2 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On the tipster line. 2484236 w W J IN the W W J 24 hour traffic center. I'm Katie W. W. J NEWS radio 9 15 to look at the W W. J and AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Brian Thompson today will be a hot day with a mostly sunny skies a high near 90 As we get through tonight, we'll clear to partly cloudy sky a low down to 68 as the other tomorrow and Tuesday. It will be very warm and more humid. With a partly sunny sky. There will be a thunderstorm in spots each day I approaching 90 again tomorrow. Tuesday's high 80 eight's as Gettinto Wednesday remaining warm and humid, Lots of sunshine. The chance for a thunderstorm High 86. It heats up even more into third stepped a 91 with a mix of sun and clouds, and it will stay fairly human as well. I thank you, but the meteorologist Brian Thompson, on W. W. J. D is ready at 9 50. 69 Degrees and Sunshine a metro reports 68 degrees downtown. W W. J News time is 9 40 When these famous four for four is heating up with the new, spicy, crispy chicken sandwich, the queen of spices delivering that spicy chicken you love with lettuce and mayo between two deliciously soft buns and yes, in classic for For For fashion, you could get all that spicy goodness would spicy crispy nuggets, fries and a drink to cool off? All for just four bucks. Is it getting hot in here? Or did Wendy's just deliver the hottest deal in fares? Food we got offer includes four piece nuggets junior fright value during price participation. A very one of the region's largest Ford stores is bringing the heat. Get ready to say that Lindsey board they've saved their best offers of the year for their summer sales event, Escape Explorer and Expedition. We've got more than anyone off and don't forget. There's 0% financing.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Your smartphone and join the W. W. J. traffic team on ways from the Arnold a motor group twenty four hour traffic center ambling into our W. W. G. newsradio nine fifty now the accu weather forecast from meteorologist Ryan Thompson we'll continue to see a cloudy sky for tonight will be a shower even a bit of drizzle low down to thirty nine clouds give way to some sunshine for tomorrow with a high near fifty mainly clear tomorrow night a low down to thirty four and for Thursday and Friday with both days we pretty pleasant we noticeably milder with a good deal of sunshine both days a high fifty seven both Thursday and Friday and then some sunshine will give way to clouds heading into Saturday hi fifty nine we could see a little rain Saturday night I'm active with meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. J. dreading nine fifty currently and you tried it got cloudy skies the end it's forty three degrees at metro airport at city airport forty two run a virus it's metro Detroit comprehensive local coverage around the clock newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. prices are continuing to slide triple a Michigan says the average price for a gallon of gas from the dollar ninety nine across the US that's the lowest in four years even lower in the Detroit area averaging about a dollar seventy tipsters at the Detroit gas prices dot com website tells the two stations have a cash price of a dollar five a gallon that's at seven east outer drive in Detroit membership Cup places below a dollar ten reported at Costco and Sam's club locations in Roseville Shelby in Utica the ongoing pandemic the current war over crude oil price crude oil prices also contributing triple a expects gas to drop another twenty five cents in April a field hospital maybe popping up in Ann Arbor Michigan medicine prepares for an influx of patients with COPD nineteen within the next two weeks university of Michigan hospitals expect to reach full capacity to meet the needs of the expected surge of coalbed nineteen patients the health care system is looking outside of the hospital Keith Dickey is the chief strategy officer for Michigan medicine for now assessing locations outside of the four walls of our hospitals on our athletic campus for the potential to create a field hospital a five hundred beds or more the initial location we're evaluating and prepping for is in the indoor track at the south apple exclusivity on State Street the field hospital would be for culvert nineteen patients who are stable and could be moved out of the hospital and cared for safely in this environment Dr Deanna Lites WWJ newsradio nine fifty one local emergency room doctor says medical first responders continue to work in an environment of high stress and fear as a number of patients infected with covert nineteen continues to climb that's putting on extracts on our intensive care unit positions a critical care nurse says.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:25 min | 7 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fifty forty nine fifty W. W. J. good morning thank you for joining us on reported just seen it on time Jordan these are the top stories at five fifty a member of the Detroit police department has died because of complications from a corona virus the person identified only as a civilian employee it is the first death in the department because of covert nineteen Detroit police chief James Craig has scheduled a news conference to address the situation the later this morning in Washington DC if the treasury secretary and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say they are very close now to a deal on that two trillion dollar coronavirus economic rescue they think a deal will be done today Wall Street is hopeful right now the Dow futures are up over nine hundred points we'll check your money with that Korean five minutes the corona virus outbreak is one popular California resort town asking everyone but the locals to keep out J. Singh Colin is the mayor of south Lake Tahoe most people I think are coming up here till shelter in place in a beautiful place and so I can't blame them what we are asking is the people's do stay home Colin says the fewer people in town the better doctors are reporting that people infected with the pandemic virus may lose their sense of smell and maybe taste of the World Health Organization is looking into it some experts are already saying that changes in taste and smell may be a useful tool to screen people for infection they cite reports from South Korea and China and Italy and they say it does look like it's a temporary effect former Finnish president U. N. diplomats in two thousand eighteen Nobel Priest prize recipient Marti Ahtisaari has tested positive for the corona virus the office of the Finnish president Sauli Niinisto says eighty two year old other sorry was confirmed with the corona virus on Monday says he was doing fine under the circumstances no other details were provided of how the former president became infected but his wife was confirmed a positive with corona virus on Saturday here in Michigan you still can get outside and take a walk despite the governor's order yesterday state parks and recreation areas have been spared from the executive order but state campground areas and shelters and overnight lodging facilities will be closed until April thirteenth the DNR adds that all camping reservations through April thirteenth have also been canceled and by the way southeast Michigan's metro parks will also remain open for people who want to walk and enjoy nature and get a little fresh air literally this morning but should warm up we are currently at thirty eight degrees we should C. forty seven by later today up next check of the of your money futures are up this morning let me check on that with that Corey for the Bloomberg business desk in about two minutes get yourself a lot more to Plano use.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Comprehensive coverage newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. they've already been dealing with a difficult situation and now all art van stores in Michigan Ohio Indiana Illinois and Missouri are closed effective immediately pickups are gonna continue though through Sunday but using social distancing and hand sanitizer the distribution center operations will only continue art van which recently filed for bankruptcy says still communicate with customers shortly mall owners often centers temporarily closing up shop but two of its shopping centres in response to the spread of the corona virus the closing all malls except to that is that includes Great Lakes crossing outlets and twelve oaks mall in Novi the close at the end of the day today though at least through March twenty ninth should we be allowed companies to help weather the economic storm or the people W. W. Davis news editor Marie Feldman reporting that there's a push to do the latter Peter Nigro professor professor of finance at Bryant university in Rhode Island and a former federal government economist argues the most important thing to do is to put money in the hands of the people not big business but the people so they'll go out and support local businesses he says the power of the consumer has to be preserved that'll help the economy in the long run again that's business editor Marie Feldman this as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing direct payments of twelve hundred dollars per person and twenty four hundred dollars per couple part of a sweeping Republican response to the corona virus this according to a copy of legislation obtained by the Associated Press just about an hour ago again this being put forth by Republicans on Capitol Hill stay tuned of course we'll be checking back from Washington throughout the evening here on W. W. J. meantime newsradio nine fifties Mike Campbell asking the question can social distancing go too far our distance is noticeable even when you're behind the wheel finch Fidel was making the long trip back from Florida to hail Michigan and noticed I noticed no eye contact with the social distancing now people are not even looking each other to say hello because if I breathe out then you're breathing in and that's a little over the top I think we can still be cordial to each other since the CDC has recommended washing hands and social distancing as the main ways to flatten the curve of the corona virus spread a number of efforts have popped up to relieve the isolation get all your corona virus coverage on our website at W. W. J. newsradio dot com Mike Campbell W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty in the world of sports Sean Payton of the saints now confirmed to have corona virus we'll check in with Ryan Woolley he has the rest of sports in two minutes Hey Greg I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know could my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is really scary yeah you should come my life insurance agent health IQ when I got life insurance for my family last year these save me forty one percent versus any other company I looked at.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. earlier today it's just a it's very very sad and stars the parade goes were good a yes our dentist in our presenting sponsor we will you know we have a two years left on a contract with the company will see where that goes well monitored closely liquidation sales at the store is expected to begin tomorrow well with dozens of locations across Michigan alone and hundreds when it comes to the Midwest what's expected to come of each location of art van Jeff Glover this owner of Keller Williams realty remember they they sold the store so you know the beer the owners of the stores may not be immediately placing them on the market well they may they may first start looking for other perjure real retailers to come in and take the space so you may see more relief signed then you actually keep herself find in my opinion now before getting into real estate Glover tells us he began his professional career in sales and art van's west land location Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has ended her campaign for the democratic nomination for president but she's holding off on making the endorsement CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn breaks it down Warren was portraying herself toward the end of the campaign somebody bridge both sides of the party but she's a realist she understands the politics she understands the trends she sees the delegate numbers so she is going to wait and see and think about how it's going to have the greatest impact this says Michigan is gearing up for next Tuesday's primary yeah next Tuesday's primary that's right the top election official in this state expects later than typical results during that primary because of a surge of absentee ballots and other factors secretary of state Justin Benson says the election is the first major statewide contests since voters in twenty eighteen authorize no reason absentee voting and same day voter registration absentee ballot requests are up eighty percent compared to the twenty sixteen presidential primary as of this morning nearly sixteen thousand absentee ballots had been scratched or spoiled it may seem obvious but Tito's vodka is putting out a message today saying don't use their spirits to make hand sanitizer this is some products are getting harder to come by amid concerns over corona virus the Texas vodka makers say Tito's handmade vodka is forty percent alcohol and therefore does not meet the current recommendation of sixty percent from the CDC the CDC says washing hands with soap and water is the best way to get rid of germs in most situations another town has a four legged mare Murphy a three year old cavalier King Charles spaniel and therapy dog was elected to the post in fair haven Vermont he beat out the incumbent goat mayor Lincoln and canine Sammy a town police dog eighth graders counted the ballots to determine the winner Murphy's platform was to raise money for a new playground and get children interested in politics his day job is visiting nursing homes schools and hospitals Pam Coulter CBS news wonder how he was able to express what his what he wanted for the community and still ahead here on newsradio nine fifty bias against women worldwide I'm giving up on that story coming up W. W. JT is time is now five thirty eight traffic.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. in the automotive group twenty four hour traffic center Dennis knew Barker W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty and now the accu weather forecast from the family heating cooling and electrical weather center morning sunshine is going to give way to clouds will see some rain showers crossing the area later this afternoon this evening may mix with some wet snow north of the city will get up to forty seven before those showers arrive brisk cold tonight flurries late the load thirty two and then we're looking at breezy and cold conditions tomorrow snow showers in the morning tapering to flurries in the afternoon high thirty seven real feels in the twenties and then nice for the weekend sunny not as cold Saturday high forty five mild near sixty breezy on Sunday thank you with your all just need to for WDBJ news radio nine fifty and currently metro airport it's clear but it's cold out there the temperature currently twenty six degrees live and local radio nine fifteen W. W. G. good morning thank you for joining us I'm reported just saying hello I'm Tom Jordan these are the top stories at six fifty happening today at the state capitol the Republican controlled house is proposing a new way to try and fix the roads the eight hundred million dollar plan proposes replacing the six percent sales tax on gas with a per gallon tax W. WJZ insing bureau chief Tim screw buckle out more in a live report Vetr CBS news at seven o'clock some good news out of Macomb county this morning a barricaded gunman situation at an apartment complex in new Baltimore the area of twenty three and Jefferson the situation has come to an end W. W. J. Sarli Langdon will have the very latest life at the top of the hour how disable Detroit man has a missing for more than four months in our reward is offered for information as we hear from W. WJZ Matthew thirty three year old Timothy king junior disappeared without a trace from his home on or about Monday October twenty first twenty nineteen he was last seen by family at his residence of the twenty nine hundred block of you all's circle of the west side of Detroit his family says he has mental issues it is without his much needed medication the crime stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to twenty five hundred dollars for information leading to his location if you voted a confidential tip you will remain anonymous call one eight hundred speak up or go to one eight hundred speak UP dot org Jim Matthews W. deputies radio died fifty something new about the **** files discovered in Argentina reveal the names of twelve thousand **** who lived in Argentina in the nineteen thirties and many had Swiss bank accounts researchers say that's according to the BBC a devastating scene in Tennessee after a series of tornadoes hit the state killing at least twenty five people and destroying houses and businesses in Putnam County alone there are eighteen confirmed deaths residents are now cleaning and picking up the pieces to see what they can recover from their demolished homes Cookeville resident Laura Neal tells us what she went through when the tornado struck her home my daughter was in her room and she has hearing problems so she wasn't wearing her hearing aid citing yell really loud you can't hear but not well she set up and the next thing I know is I'm looking at her face.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:26 min | 8 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. traffic team on ways from the adult out motor group twenty four hour traffic center Tracy macaskill W. W. changes radio nine fifty accu weather meteorologist in divorce as we could see a few showers on and off throughout the afternoon into early evening our high today near fifty a teenager will turn breezy and cold we could see some flurries late on the loan you're thirty two and then tomorrow some more rain maybe even a few snow showers through early afternoon otherwise it will be breezy and cloudy chilly with a high near forty six a right now at Detroit metro it is cloudy forty degrees this is no ordinary sub shop this is firehouse subs tired of overpriced lunch is that under deliver on flavor head to firehouse subs we are for a limited time you can get a four ninety nine choice up choose from a medium smoked Turkey Virginia honey ham or roast beef get custom made hot subs at a price ready made to make you smile just four ninety nine only a firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations plus tax on the time of the prices may vary for delivery to take this station with you wherever you go download the radio dot com app today and listen to this station and over three hundred other stations with the radio dot com app you could favor your top stations for easy access and receive alerts with breaking this contest opportunities and more to favor to station just click on the heart icon in the upper left hand corner of your favorite stations logo go to your apps store a radio dot com slash download and start listening today radio dot com four weeks number one station news radio nine fifty WG U. S. stocks jumped this morning after the federal reserve made an emergency rate cut to help shield the economy from the impact of the corona virus outbreak CBS news special report coming right up also ahead ration I two seventy five after the driver steps out of the car that vehicle is replaced you know I'm really doing good morning I'm Brooke Allen for WWJ newsradio nine fifty also coming up this half hour we'll talk sports with junior cheese at eleven forty five now let's go to CBS news at eleven thirty one CBS news special report the federal reserve cuts interest rates by a half point in a bid to sue the economy as it weathers the impact of the corona virus business analyst Jill Slazenger it's hard to say whether this move is going to really change the pattern of what we've seen in the market place the fact that the fed cuts interest rates may not stave off that potential liability to the economy stocks rallied on the news but now the Dow was off five hundred points the CDC says all public health lab should be able to test for the virus by the end of the week Dr Anthony Fauci says a vaccine could be developed within six to eight weeks to make sure it's safe and we may need to make sure it works that entire process will take at least a year in a year and a half governor Andrew Cuomo says there's a second coronavirus case in New York gentleman had an underlying respiratory illness and he is ill and he is hospitalized CBS news special report I'm Steve K. fin you're listening to WWJ newsradio nine fifty in Detroit the time eleven thirty two there have now been six deaths in the United States to the coronavirus as eleven states have now reported cases about fifty people in a nursing home in Kirkland Washington are being tested for the virus after showing symptoms CBS news correspondent.

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"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. newsradio nine fifty let's go to CBS news news update democratic voters in Nevada have gone to their caucuses they cast their votes senator Bernie Sanders had the easiest speech to make afterwards we have put together a multi generational multi racial coalition which is going to not only win in Nevada it's going to sweep this country the second part of that is uncertain what Sanders did come out on top in Nevada what about twice as many votes as runner up Joe Biden and he's now won the last two contests after finishing a shade behind Pete border judge in Iowa from third place bordered third place holder bowed at booted judge before we rush to nominate senator Sanders in our one shot to take on this president let us take a sober look at what is at stake for our party for our values and for those with the most to lose there is so much on the line CBS news update on top forty this is W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty at one thirty two closer to home a series of murders in Wayne County involved one man allegedly and the latest is reported in Highland Park U. S. marshals and county officials officially named Connie L. brown as a person of interest in the deadly incident on February the eighteenth Highland Park press secretary Marli Blackman explains how her department connected the dots African American male beaten to death in his vehicle on February eighteenth and so we were able to connect Mr king abroad as the person of interest for that murder S. essentials are asking for anyone to warn everyone to be on the lookout for the suspect who remains at large W. W. J. news time one thirty two more details on the lake o'ryan power outage this morning local police officials say it's affecting the north end of the city after a transformer blew early last last evening the fire department cleaned out the debris there from the incidents on the roads are safe to to use at this time D. T. E. has not given a timetable for when the lights will be back on stay tuned the meeting was held last night with Oakland county health officials are Oakland county officials I should say and faith based leaders to encourage their congregations to take part in the twenty twenties census of Dave Coulter the county executive took part in that meeting he says religious leaders need to let their congregations know that census information is confidential the criminal and civil cases against banking behemoth Wells Fargo are over after the company agreed to pay a three billion dollar settlement usually with these sorts of settlements there's a a chunk that will go to to the SEC in order to get some money out for consumer education but remembered that this is a practice that was going through the bank a back decades since nineteen ninety eight and that was when Wells Fargo clearly began to rely more on sales growth and pressure tactics CBS news business analyst Jill Slesinger and a truce between the US and Taliban has been welcomed by the people of Afghanistan B. B. C. news correspondent Sikandar Kamani is in Kabul with the latest speaking to people on the streets of Kabul this morning the mood seems to be one of course is optimism with many people expressing hope that what happens here over the next week could lead to a longer lasting peace but at the same time after years and years of conflict I think everyone is waiting to see just how this reduction in violence plays out the exact terms of it have not been made public but we understand it will involve Taliban forces Afghan security forces and U. S. led international forces on Saturday and I should say Saturday was the first of seven a seven day reduced violence period which many hope will lead to an agreement between the US and the Taliban general Scott Miller commands U. S. forces and the NATO led non combat resolution support mission there in Afghanistan and spoke to reporters today or yesterday in Kabul okay first day.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. newsradio nine fifty parties guys early this morning not quite as chilly as the last couple of mornings with the low temp your twenty seven degrees complete accu weather forecast is coming up well it's already different then yesterday morning it's thirty two degrees in the city of Detroit check traffic and weather together and just a bit here at twelve OO eight W. W. J. news time twelve oh six it's an update to a story we've been following a construction worker injured by falling debris Friday night in Detroit has prompted an M. dot investigation this happen the investigation started this morning on the lodge freeway near seven mile road in doubt spokesperson Diane cross will live on W. W. J. says she's not actually sure what caused it we are still investigating it had contractors were stop cutting concrete in the area so it it's going to end up being something that was caused by the work being done the walls are fine no problems with the walls it's the concrete cap that kind of sits on the edge of the walls and the his exact the the exact condition of the worker is not known but cross says this worker was able to walk into our onto the ambulance on his own the cause of a deadly accident in Warren remains under investigation a twenty three year old man died in the rollover crash and his twenty two year old female passenger is in critical condition it's a tragedy you know it's eight fifteen AM in the morning again they were going in north bound winder from Stevens and so it is an open investigation but is it is a crazy too young lives one is to see this one is in critical condition yes yes that's worn police commissioner bill Dwyer who says the woman was ejected from the car the man was trapped beneath it W. W. J. news time twelve hole it's time African whether together we do this every ten minutes on the aids from the idol dom older group traffic center brought to you this hour by motor city maybe let's head right out to the roadways we say good morning to you Tina Marie and good morning Stephanie checking those Tripoli jam cams we have a few accidents six ninety six Weston at Bermuda to crash on the exit ramp ninety four west bank rash another crash on that exit ramp in ninety four west when after Connor that crash is walking the right shoulder now if you are up and the rotor out on the road and you see something going on give us a call on our traffic tipster line two four eight four two three six W. W. J. from the idol drama group twenty four hour traffic center I'm Tina Marie W. W. Janie's radio nine fifteen already thank you Tina and your accu weather forecast now with meteorologist Matt bands who joins us live mad I gotta tell you I was out on the river out.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. traffic in the adult on motor group twenty four hour traffic center watching the triple a jam cams online it's our WWJ newsradio nine fifty or consider to see some clouds through the overnight hours tonight a load on the twenty six mostly cloudy tomorrow up to thirty six for an afternoon high toward the end of the evening commute tomorrow night we're going to start to see some snow move in that's no continue offered on into Thursday morning we can see tribulations of three to as much as six inches the highest amounts near in south of I ninety four low down to twenty nine tomorrow night mostly cloudy brisk and colder Thursday with a few snow showers I thirty four and that is you get to into Thursday nights after a drop of the single digits a very cold day Friday high just twenty one was sunshine and some clouds but this is a pretty brief cold snap we're back up to near thirty with some sunshine Saturday and back into the thirties on Sunday I'm accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson on to PW changes running about fifty already thank you Brian it is currently thirty one degrees out at city airport under cloudy skies we've actually actually reach down to the twenties there in I believe in an Arbor your check in and this time around at twenty eight degrees under cloudy skies and over at metro airport good evening to you there in Romulus you're at twenty nine degrees and cloudy skies traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids your next update less than ten minutes away that's at eleven forty eight and if you miss everything seconds ago you can always check us online that's at W. W. J. news radio dot com when snow covered your drive traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids nine fifty W. W. Japan's health ministry says thirty nine new cases of a virus have been confirmed on the cruise ship that is quarantine at a Japanese port the update brings the total found on the diamond princess to one hundred and seventy four cases another new case was confirmed in an official who participated in the initial quarantine checks that night the ship returned to Yokohama port near a Tokyo on February the third Japanese health officials began medical checks on all the ships three thousand seven hundred passengers and crew after one previous passenger tested positive for the new virus the new cases bring Japan's told to two hundred and three people infected with the new virus C. O. V. six Colbert nineteen and the World Health Organization is using its strongest language yet calling the deadly coronavirus a very grave threat that could have more powerful consequences in the terrorist attack but as CBS's Carter Evans reports one group they have dodged a bullet medical masks were tossed in celebration when one hundred ninety five American evacuees were finally released after fourteen days under quarantine able March air reserve base south today's the last day we were heading home jerit Evans fled from Wuhan the epicenter of the corona virus are you concerned about how you might be accepted when you return home and on the back of my mind in San Diego health officials now confirm one of the passengers who arrived there on a flight last week is infected the patient is in the hospital and said to be doing well W. W. J. news time eleven forty two CBS I own veterans presented by university of Maryland global campus historian Jason Moran explains how a performance in France during World War one but the soldiers called the Harlem help fighters was the first time Europe heard jazz this story about when they arrived at Brest and and play a performance for the town that people start.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:46 min | 9 months ago

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"W. J. good morning thank you for joining us on reported just saying that until Jordan these are the top stories at seven fifty just in to the W. W. J. D. is from there has been a deadly house fire in Saint Clair shores the victim is reportedly would be to to be an elderly man we'll have more details as were working the information after CBS world news roundup at eight o'clock federal and California investigators are trying to determine the exact cause of that helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and his daughter and seven others on Sunday CBS correspondent Danya Bacchus ladies on a moment's silence for John ultimately just south of the lady orange coast college baseball team took the field for their season opener without their coach Jon alter valley he died in Sunday's crash along with his wife and daughter what do you say we smile for the next three hours and have some fun Tony all to valley says that's what his brother would have wanted CBS has more the top of the hour robots are helping feed those infected with the corona virus in one Chinese hotel is CBS is Matt Piper for those isolated in a quarantine hotel in China they're feeling even more isolated with video showing robots delivering food to their hotel rooms out of fear of spreading the corona virus to a room service employee more than two hundred tourists are house in a hotel in east China after there flight landed in the city some came from Wuhan so there were fears of cross infections between the passengers video posted online by hotel guests show robot stopping in front of hotel rooms while playing an announcement saying in part enjoy your meal thank you the hotel says it's programmed sixteen robots one on each floor mac Piper CBS news WWJ news time seven fifty to forget about what's in your wallet what's in your couch you might expect to see a snake in the zoo or perhaps the wild how about in your living room residents of Rose Hill Kansas near which Tom made an unusual nine one one call Monday there's a boa constrictor in my couch the Wichita eagle reports a member of the fire department dubbed the snake charmer could you hold the nonvenomous six foot snake into leaving the couch and the promises the residents told the fire department they'd lived there for four years and never owned a snake so if you're missing your boa constrictor but Michigan CBS news in Miami festivities are in high gear for Sunday's Superbowl San Francisco forty Niners quarterback yeah he used to play for backing for Tom Brady was all smiles during a media night telling inside edition feels great to be gearing up for the big game Tom Brady ever gave you have fun enjoy the moment and how does it feel to be sitting right there what's this flight I bet yeah Superbowl airs Sunday night six thirty on fox.

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03:55 min | 9 months ago

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"Update traffic and weather together just hand at eight OO eight W. W. J. news time eight oh three is China being honest about the number of people infected with a corona virus there have been concerns that the numbers may be under reported especially as there has been a shortage of supplies to test the sick US senator Gary Peters I think your word of we are concerned about the the numbers were also concerned that they're not letting go folks into the country that can be helpful certainly we have folks from United States in the CDC in particular that we'd like to have in country in China Detroit metro airport is now conducting in hand screenings of passengers for the virus and officials have ordered more frequent cleanings of the arrivals area at the McNamara terminal that offers direct flights to China on the campus of Miami University in Ohio two local colleges have postponed basketball games details now from W. W. J. sports anchor Ryan will late night such a mission men's basketball game at Miami of Ohio as well as tomorrow's western Michigan women's game in Miami's been postponed that's after a student at Miami show very mild symptoms consistent with the corona virus a make up date yet to be determined for either game but the games will be rescheduled more coming up when we check sports at eight fifteen no church no criminal charges will be filed that decision today from the Saint Clair county prosecutor in connection with the alleged warranty lasalle football hazing incident saying there is not enough admissible evidence to move forward we get the story now from W. W. J. newsradio nine fifties John Hewitt in a written statement Sinclar county prosecutor Michael Wendling says while competent a criminal incident did occur criminal charges cannot be substantiated in large part due to the inaction of dealers sell school administrators when when writing the non cooperation from staff is especially upsetting considering they are the people who have an obligation to protect these children equally frustrated is warm police commissioner bill Dwyer who says there is no trust within the school's administration the board of education or whoever controls the school should look deeply at you know how that school is operated I totally agree with the Saint Clair prosecutor we work diligently with him already captives at least we investigated and brought forward the hazing incidents that did occur and we do know they occurred last fall after several varsity football players allegedly use broom sticks to Hayes younger players police found many to be uncooperative W. W. J. has reached out again to dealers out president John night for comment without success John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifty administrators in the selain school district are reacting to racially charged social media polls by students via Snapchat the postings which included guerrilla emoji send messages of white power and the south will rise again let Selene's superintendents got great in to email a letter to parents in the district calling the polls deplorable grading said the incident offers the district and opportunity to quote stand for the respect and inclusion of all students there is no word on if the students involved have been disciplined we're bored there's been a reward offered for the arrest of a hit and run driver that left a mother of three for dad in southwest Detroit we get the story now from W. WJZY unduly Jamie errors and has been in a coal mine after she was struck by a car January tenth as she walked to work she tried to cross Dicks near spring wells the dark color mid size sedan and the driver are still at large her mother in law Cindy rough has been helping care for Jamie's three children they well tell me grandma is Miami okay today and I'm like yeah how do you explain to a three year old hello I just wonder about the way I know yeah your knowledge just.

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05:42 min | 10 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on WJR 760

"W. J. I'm babbling I'm your host for the show and also the owner of the campus has been attended telegraph since may of two thousand eight I'm in the oceans two thousand eleven pride that I was a student what we do is who are the people right here in your backyard tell them understand there are strategies that can help protect them in down markets as well as profit in those down markets how you've been doing in the markets that's a good question the starter that freight with let's look at this for the Dow Jones industrial average in the last twenty two weeks the fifty two weeks use me as her up twenty point one two percent the S. and P. five hundred in the last fifty two weeks one of twenty five point seven seven percent and the tech heavy nasdaq composite the last fifty two weeks of thirty one point six six percent what kind of return to you getting what we're turns like that of men for you when your family your future that's the goal of what we talk about here today because we know with twenty two years of experience around the world that once people have a disciplined approach that they can possibly increase the returns in the market and they can protect the wealth they've created over time you know most people gave money back in two thousand and two thousand eight the Wall Street journal said a majority of Americans lost forty percent of their net worth between two thousand seven and two thousand ten what we know we know that most people are doing the exact same things now that they were doing then was Einstein was said doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different outcome of the definition of senator definitions any don't be insane start looking at your portfolio in understanding that there is an opportunity for you to protect the wealth that you've created over the last ten years in this incredible bull market and if you haven't created any well what do you have to do to start to understand what creates wealth for people in these markets now the industry will tell you and me there's no way that we can do this but it's like anything else their activities and strategies that are learning consistently applied to the market at a given time to do what give you a higher probability of success there's no magic there's no mystery and you don't have to have an hour a Harvard MBA what you have to have his consistency and understanding of the strategies that work and it may be more important now there's been a long time of your first and listen to the show you see that he was a lot of articles underscore the validity the count it was a different kind of show I'm not here to to to talk about what we do when I'm not here to sell you want a product to read from a brochure or say you should give us your money will manager for two percent are you should be fearful put in a new way now I'm here to say that there are opportunities for individuals once they get engaged in this to learn and that's what we do we are was were an educational forum with twelve going to our twenty third year we've been intended telegraph since may of two thousand and eight we've been around the world now in forty eight campuses eight countries for twenty three years I like to say from Dallas to do by to right here in Detroit with the campus that's here to help individuals like you would like me understand what the markets are doing so whether you've never been in the market but you're interested with you're in the market and you're getting a great return Richard what the next market's gonna look like when it goes down or you're not getting the kind of returns in this Feb is mac we better or you get those four one Kazin IRA's in portfolios that were hurt in two thousand and two thousand a year in the right place you're in the right places will talk about what's going on the market and what that could mean to you and here's an article from market watch I use a lot of articles in here's one in this article says the S. and P. five hundred is now more over valued than ever the article says the standard and poor five hundred price to sales ratio is well above its dot com bubble peak they also show what sharpness article that shows that price relative to sales for the S. and P. five hundred at a record high well in excess of what they were in two thousand or two thousand seven at those peak some other measures like the median price to earnings ratio which exclude this univac to very profitable in very unprofitable companies shows the S. and P. five hundred over valued by nearly thirty percent versus the typical valuation levels seen since nineteen sixty four now before we get too into the weeds don't let this intimidate you what we're talking about here is just underscoring that you need to be cautious and prepared in these markets to take care of yourself in these markets why well because the simple fact is at some point in some way the market will come down matter fact this is Jeremy Siegel it he he he he's got a call down twenty thousand while back is mental called out twenty thousand says one of the biggest stock market dangers in twenty twenty these people could be throwing risk to the wind as we said actually would not we who is this guy what he's professor of the use of these press for finance university of Pennsylvania Wharton school of business so we can analyze what he's talking about his actual on the dangers that people could be throwing risk to the wind and this could be a run away we sometimes call that a melt up introduces price is too high and then it is a shock you come down to earth and that could impact pricey that's what you don't want to happen to your portfolio definitely want to go up but you don't want to come down and by the way in down markets you can make money keep in mind the people on Wall Street don't go get jobs at Walmart when the market drops the apply the appropriate tactic for that given market we're gonna talk about that appropriate tactic in that signal or the in a proper wanted the talking about but if this interests you give us a call at eight eight eight two five zero eight seven two three I'm offering series a convenient proven workshops is that sweet is a powerful their comprehensive that about three have always long you're gonna see the common mistakes.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. twenty four hour traffic center and will you watch in there now lance while I'm watching the line of snow come across the area is actually almost completely out of a Oakland county it extends from the Ann Arbor area Ypsilanti Romulus up through Wesley in Garden City all the way through win county up to Warren sterling heights in again it's moving fairly creek quickly so hopefully by eleven thirty or so we will see a completely clear but the places where it is coming through it is making poor slick conditions fortunately so far only one reported road run off and that's up but I seventy five in the Clarkston area reporting live lance our W. W. jeans radio nine fifteen all righty thank you lance and we'll update traffic and weather together just ahead and eleven await and lance we'll have another update stay with us W. W. J. news time eleven old for lawmakers on Capitol Hill are anxious for more details about developments overseas and that includes Michigan democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell says just like families whose loved ones are overseas she wants to know the latest house and Senate will have separate classified briefings with secretary of state secretary defense the CIA director among others and hopefully we will have more information Diggle says she does not want to see the country goal to war but adds that the US must protect itself the very latest from CBS coming up in a special report at eleven twenty meantime US representative Phyllis a slot can saying this strike brings back bad memories from the three tours she served in Iraq in a statement she says quote there is nothing that prepares you for the sound of incoming fire tonight she says she's watching the coverage and thinking of the service members and diplomats who are in harm's way and about their families back at home worried about them she added that we are now in a cycle of escalation that threatens to draw us into a wider war the president and his team should remember she says the gravity of their responsibilities and be prepared to explain their strategic plans lock in is a former CIA analyst and the CI a Shia militia militia expert the Iraqi consulate in Southfield is inviting people to offer condolences to Iraqi victims of a U. S. bombing that killed an Iranian general and others there will be a register of condolences available tomorrow the Iraqi consulate made the announcement on Facebook the attack last week near the Baghdad airport kill the Iranian general psalm psalm Amani Iraqis are part of a large air of American population in the Detroit area Detroit is part of a pilot program to take DNA samples from illegal immigrants at the border customs and border patrol in Detroit and taxes are taking DNA samples that will be sent to the FBI to be held indefinitely in a criminal database the trump administration says the aim is to cut down on crime Stephen gang with the ACLU says he's not so sure many people are deported very quickly out of CD key custody and like the DNA results may not even come back before the person deported and so if that's the case that you're not gonna use DNA results in any meaningful way like why even bother doing it Kane says the DNA could link those detained to family members who live here obviously immigrants who come to the border how often have family members on a lot of ties here and so that's you know one problem it's not just about people who are in immigration detention the DNA that will only be taken from those not crossing it legal checkpoints Sandra McNeil WWJ newsradio nine fifty how will the turmoil in the Middle East and continued uncertainty and US economic policy impact Michigan's economy and twenty twenty it was the topic discussed at an afternoon form at the Detroit economic club global instability along with terrorists and slower immigration are putting Michigan a greater risk of recession in twenty twenty according to a noted economist Diane Szwarc of grant Thornton who spoke at motorcity casino's sound board she says she places the risk of recession at one in three for our state also on the panel was Jeff Donofrio director of Michigan's labor and economic opportunity department Leo who answered the question this way the uncertainty that we have certainly in trade the uncertainty that we have a large economies around the world and then you know I think when the uncertainty that we can't ignore that when trade policy can change view tweets it injects even that much more on instability still Donofrio says Michigan job growth grew at one half of one percent to twenty nineteen with one hundred thousand more people working in the state in Detroit John Hewitt W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty coming up after traffic and weather some chain just may be coming to Michigan's driver's license will explain W. W. Jamie's time eleven await.

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05:17 min | 10 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on WJR 760

"You think we have that well memorized by now would you yeah phone lines are open just the inside outside guys are W. J. R. remind everybody during the week if you hear something on this show as you're driving don't take a chance to write it down while you're driving you don't even have to pull over yesterday back Kelly gives a call and mentioned an air cleaner that people can install install the furnace we had a plea for emails yesterday and the air cleaner really quick tells us it works that's exactly what we're talking about if you hear something on the show a your attend rated down all you have to do is send us an email and we'll make sure we get that information to you I get a resource to you that we try so Chuck we're talking clean clean air yeah we've we've gone over the changes in the house but what about you know clean around the house with some of the most important things that people should clean around the house we had we had many emails about carpeting noticing around the edge of their carpeting and a notice in the middle after gaining lines and they don't understand why that's happening but that has to do with two things number one how tight the air is in number two keeping the house clean is that fair to say yeah I think if you got a good tight house then it's easier to keep the air clean but when you've got what you're describing that literally means air is moving in and out of your house in an uncontrolled fashion because you got gaps cracks like you and I was talk about it carpets filter in exactly top of the filter so I mean everyone that I was doing it yesterday because I know my house is very tight but I was taken our vacuum just the one that I was back in around it the edge of the room down by the base your baseboards it was thirty year there was more does those areas and that's why because it's got a filter in those areas yeah we've got lighter carpets are member years ago years ago where a builder of higher in homes in Ann Arbor told me he got a complaint call from a client that recently moved into one of their new homes they had white carpets and they were convinced that that dark line around the baseboards was a sign of mold growing underneath the carpets and so they ripped up their carpets and didn't find any mold but were positive they had an attorney told him to move out of the home and call the builder all my gosh it literally that's what it was and it was later proven to be that but yet this builder went to hack in a lot of money and a dissatisfied client it was all a result of air moving through the spaces of gaps in cracks which means he built a tight hold me could have done a darn thing about well he arguably you can one of the things we learned so think about the baseboard there the outside wall yes you've got about seven to ten joints there you've got two by four a two by four floor joist and two by four ply wood on top of floor choice to buy for a top of plywood to buy for a topic to buy for so you've got a whole bunch of joints there if those aren't sealed that would that would gross and and and shrinks over the seasons every year sure so everyone of those gaps could be amplified or closed depending on the time of year are you talking more of brother Bob played area with how many floors up any floor of the house in the city yeah so and that's where the carpet is right so because we have so many of those gaps and cracks what we learned is when you build a house you can literally put materials in there and use higher grade materials to minimize the opening and closing of each of those gaps okay some some builders will will have professional companies come in and just **** everything or or shoot foam in those gaps once the house is framed right you know that's one way you can do it some companies will literally as they build a house put gasket materials at every joint though so your real high and energy efficient those are the ones that have less creek sing yeah this Greek soon less and some will use all man made materials so instead of using up a regular stud in a wall they'll use a manmade stud because a man made studies more dimensionally stable it ball rolling shrinking flower like like regular studs well so there are things you can do it's a question of you know what do you want to pay for the house exactly exactly because once it's there he couldn't every once it's in there is probably with ally he's gonna be able to get a strip deciding off I'll tell you you know some people can do his **** to if you've got a you know a ceramic tile floor in a wood base sports it on top of that a really high and **** yeah I was to meet yeah well actually shut off a lot area you see how your **** even if it is a high end **** **** is one of the cheapest most be fishes beings you could do for your hours so right just by going around with eighty five or ten dollar to the **** and making sure you do everything truck just said you see all those areas so we're going to continue talking about that but in the meantime we're gonna take the phone calls at eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven let's talk to Mike in Plymouth good morning Mike your I'm with the guys good morning does how.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. J. news times eight thirty three well maybe you're feeling that stressed out because of all the holiday rush that search around us you know a great field villages celebrating with holiday nice but it's not a panic like everything else seems to be joining us live on W. W. J. as the director of greenfield village Jim Johnson good morning Jim good morning as I say it's not a panic I guess it is if you don't have tickets but otherwise holiday nights tends to be one of those things that you go to and you just take in absorbing joy and kind of meld into to it yeah absolutely virtually all greens of all it's it's got something going on for holiday nights and you can do it at your own pace is nothing that's really scheduled except at the very end where we have a scheduled sing along at a fireworks display that sort of ends the evening so you just do it at your own pace and there's a lot to see main street the hustling bustling area of the model keys and that street vendors and all the food and things like that but you make your way out towards partisan parlors where the stark homes are and things get a little bit more quiet little more you know pastoral up there and and basically what we're talking about is a Christmas scene setting what in the late eighteen hundreds to the early nineteen hundreds we actually cover over three hundred years of American history so there's a part of the village to talk about when Christmas was not celebrated up to the early part of the twentieth century so there is just kind of a time line of different things that we've been going on across the span of American history this is one of the I was gonna say huge events a greenfield village you have mine sure you you guys figure they're all huge but you have the the fourth of July spectacular you have breast at it any day out at the village is a good day but what what is there that makes this one the one that you got to see if there's just so many amazing sights and sounds we like to say it's sort of like it's a wonderful life is crashing into Charles Dickens Christmas Carol there's just so much happening throughout the the village the star kitchens come to life with our places and cook stoves we have carolers throughout the village we have over a hundred people in period dress of different time periods making their way through the village or in the store comes and it's just you know they're just fun for everybody activities for the kids let the great food that we're doing in the streets in in the restaurants and it's just you know a whole wide variety of things happening right now that we've when everybody's appetite can they get tickets and can they get in are we actually are sold out through the twenty third but we are offering days on the twenty six seven and eight after Christmas which is still a great thing to come out and do especially if you have family in town and things like that the only big differences stand in the rain here have a return to the North Pole at that point but everything else is in in full tilt in those days and it's a great time and then what happens is a village after this because does it just go poof and quiet down the bill which never really quiets down we take this opportunity of course get Christmas put away but that's a time period when lots of interior work begins on the building's deep cleaning if you will and then any kind of repair work that needs to be done as part ties in that it's happened so we open again in mid April ninth so it it it actually physically doesn't close down but it closes down to the public over the winter that's right the twenty eighth will be our last day of the public as access to the village until I believe April fifteenth at the Henry Ford still open it is yes daily and a lot of things going on in there we have a great a lego exhibit and fun stuff happening to holidays in Henry Ford museum as well that website for tickets I know we'll have it on ours but we're church it's the Henry Ford dot O. R. G. and holy night should be front and center in shrill click through that and get all kinds information about what you need to now.

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WJR 760

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"w. j" Discussed on WJR 760

"Com offer code radio ship station make ship happen the Frank that show news talk seven sixty W. J. R. alright I want to look into the future here and tell you about a column that is being written for all of you want to read it will be in the newspapers here within the next day or so as written by our next yes the senator for Michigan's twenty six district the Republican from walking Eric Nesbitt who who's column and we've got a an advance copy of it the talks about the budget process and he thinks that we are very close to putting our problems with the budget behind us because of the the talks have been going on behind the scenes up in Lansing senator Eric now has been on the other end of a long good morning to you thanks for having me Frank book from your lips to god's ears we can get this budget process simple for how to get it done more quickly yeah I know the legislature sent the appointment to the governor's office and so now we're gonna be waiting on her signature and and sold in the in the the new legislation that you have crafted here well what it what exactly what to do really restores a lot of the cuts the governor did not all the time but some of the higher priority cuts and she remembers March of of this year she interviews or budget with nearly two point eight million dollars worth of tax increases to nap when dollars higher taxes for drivers to win a million dollars of higher taxes for small business terms one that would have really hurt families seniors since and and our drivers here in the state knows what we're jacked earlier this year by both Democrats and Republicans even the house democratic leader called the governor's tax increase proposals extreme and so everything hung around that from the governor's perspective we passed a budget on time by October first in terms of the the deadline and the governor when I had to be told about a billion dollars worth of items and and use a bureaucratic method to transfer funding of about six hundred fifty million dollars worth of items that was a legislative legislatively approved as we saw that included there's only five million dollars cut to roads twenty five million dollars is transferred from local bridge programs to to buses but it didn't restore these findings what was restored was really wanting to treat Alzheimer's autism's opiate into the addiction programs don't let you off the trolls she cut her share control I just talked to one of my shirts yesterday and says that I have a few deputies are going to have a good Christmas stuff is not gonna get layoff notices to sign us well that's that's great news and we we just hope she will are you are you optimistic that she will according to leadership in the deal the or mayor last ten days is that shoot she will sorry Mr and she won't use her up your abilities to transfer finding any anywhere else is is the deal and we're going to be fun we felt this one was saying that the legislature is going to have to get a budget to the governor by July first of every year that's where when local municipalities and school district start the fiscal year we did that under governor Snyder for eight years in a row we got on a budget by the end of June so they could make up planning and so I do feel that and then it limits her ability to use the transfer abilities without legislative approval in the future so I think we got a good deal protecting taxpayers also prioritized in our children and and law enforcement it's just too bad that she rejected for a million dollars worth of funding for roads and bridges without X. grace yeah in the meantime she did shift around a lot of money as we mentioned earlier and I think it was ninety million extra went to the to the attorney general's office and that just to get me absolutely puzzled when we're cutting pure Michigan a right out of the budget completely yeah I know its something where with you this is the reminder part is when in September we decided to separate roads with the budget number massive gas tax increase on the budget process let's get the budget and not all forty five dollars and to the budget soon found out on grocer in revenue in the roads and bridges and she walked away from the table that because we weren't included a tax increase on it and I was sent to lance who defied ones to partner times just increased and increased permit yeah we've we've tried that before and that didn't work so well it give us the lost decade under governor Grandval wellness is a reminder is that under that law he she hastened spending state transportation spending went down eight percent during those eight years okay over the last eight years under governor Snyder transportation spending was one up eighty nine percent state transportation spending that is that enough that's a different question but the fact of the matter is that we are ties.

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