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"wjw  w." Discussed on WJR 760

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02:05 min | 2 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on WJR 760

"John R. street through the construction zone I'm Dan levy WJW whether first we are trying to weaken up the sun they clear this morning that a sunny afternoon with a high climbing to eighty four overnight clear conditions below sixty three a little bit warmer tomorrow with more sunshine and hide your eighty six from the weather channel I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher on newstalk seven sixteen WJAR find professional contractors you can trust it inside outside guys dot com now once again here can Calver Lee and Chuck Bridenstine welcome back to the inside outside guys a lot after that and learning twenty four seven the inside outside guys dot com the inside outside guys on Facebook coming up and just top of the hour we're gonna Michael Stotts cough from the southeast Michigan home builders association talking to us about the parade of homes you don't know what it is you wanna listen it's a really cool thing you should check out in the meantime we're gonna be taking your calls eight eight eight six five four guys which equals eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven let's go to the phones and talk to al from Taylor good morning L. you're out with the inside outside guys at W. J. R. good morning you guys are great thank you every region thank you very much my question is I have a house and I learned that I just bought it and I learned that it does flood a little bit around the area but I wanna lift a house up about two blocks you know up about maybe eighteen twenty inches off so is there a company out there that can lift a house up well there are yeah they're definitely companies that are but there's a lot a lot to do with that yeah it's one of those yeah you know if that's all you're doing is going up a couple blocks compared to when they were raising up items Stilson yeah that kind of thing which literally who will same is building a new house.

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"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Earlier this week W. WJW on reports that man forty seven year old Omar Alexander roaming Coney who has been charged with assault with intent to murder armed robbery home invasion along with other charges this after being arrested while driving away from the scene near fourteen mile and hall said on Wednesday a second suspect involved in the shooting outside the chase court home was shot and killed the homeowner was also shot but has since been released from the hospital Brooke Allen WWJ newsradio nine fifty one of three Louisiana police officers involved in that fatal shooting that has led to protests will now be fired Louisville mayor Greg Fischer says police officer Brett Hagen said will be fired for use of deadly force and failing to follow department rules and regulations unfortunately due to a provision in state law that I very much would like to see changed both the chief and I are precluded from talking about what brought us to this moment twenty six year old African American paramedic Brianna Taylor was fatally shot in our own home March thirteenth police entered without a warrant looking for a man who lived elsewhere Jim chrysalis CBS news hundreds of teachers and their supporters gathered in downtown Washington for a Juneteenth protest focused on education the bullhorn leading this March down Pennsylvania Avenue was non D. Taylor a teacher whose class was in one of DC's poorest neighborhoods we more teachers speaking up like myself and the people are here today fighting for students because they're right there for them you know exactly what they need changing black students matter on the way to the department of education those who marched had a list of demands that starts with fewer police.

CBS department of education officer Louisville Louisiana Brooke Allen DC Washington W. WJW Jim Brianna Taylor Brett Hagen Greg Fischer murder assault Coney Omar Alexander
"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. WJW the local with more good morning Zack hello Tom more than thirty one thousand homes and businesses are without service this morning that's down about seven thousand for my last report ninety minutes ago the most affected area covers many east side suburbs from Detroit itself through Grosse point in east point along with mount Clemens in Arbor they're also having some issues crews working on the repairs as we speak now consumers says about ninety four thousand out of state residents are without power that number coming down by about three thousand sense five thirty this morning many of the remaining customers will be restored by the end of the day Friday reporting live that Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty the clock is ticking at the state capitol for lawmakers to pass a new budget but they're considering a measure to give themselves more time maybe they want to find more money let's go live to Lansing bureau chief Tim scuba for details stem good to be with your third and Tom L. look at lawmakers are swimming in about six billion with a B. dollars in a budget deficit and they have a July first deadline well guess what they're not gonna make it and they know it and so what you do is you change the rules if you change the budget deadline date to something this will be on July first there are two elements your employee they have a budget deficit in the current year that they have to take care of and then next year is about three billion dollars as well and everybody in town have their fingers crossed that somehow somewhere somebody will ride in on a white horse with money from the feds I think the horses still in the bar they're still waiting and so the budget deadline will come and go and another one will be established reporting live from like two kids could occur W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty we are getting word of the freeway closure right now let's go live in local to W. WJCL the details Dennis comes on the side that we have been talking about some road work that they're going to put in place.

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Rare, COVID-Related Inflammatory Disease Affecting Children in Michigan

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Rare, COVID-Related Inflammatory Disease Affecting Children in Michigan

"A rare illness that's going to kill the nineteen is being seen in children throughout the country including here in Michigan and there may be a reason why W. WJW lights has more this is called multi system inflammatory syndrome in children health experts say this syndrome tends to be in areas with high numbers of coping nineteen Dr Elizabeth Lloyd is a pediatric infectious disease expert with Michigan medicine Mott children's hospital as of last week I had only heard of about thirty cases in total we should get that were being investigated but with much more being in the Detroit area which also goes hand in hand with them seeing more cases in the Detroit area as far as Michigan medicine we've really only seen three to four possible cases while the disorder is rare experts say if children develop a fever rash bloodshot eyes nausea and vomiting and door of domino pain parents should contact their

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"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"WJW small war saying the Kobe nineteen pandemic hurt but also pointing out that the Livonia YMCA and the lake shore family YMCA in St Clair shores had struggled for the last decade YMCA of metropolitan Detroit's president and CEO holding we're said they made the very difficult decision to permanently close both branches the two branches combined to lose over one point eight million dollars over the last ten years the Livonia location needs five million dollars an upgrade while the Saint Clair shores building as a rental members of those two branches will be offered memberships at other much between locations for the rest of the year that Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifteen calling for unity as the lockdown throughout Michigan soon enters its tenth week governor Whitmer outlines a roadmap for schools to start back up in the fall details now from W. WJW it saying it is her hope to have some type of in person instruction in the fall governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the formation of what she called a return to learn Advisory Council for which she is taking applications as for the funding of education with the state facing an expected three point two billion dollar budget shortfall this fiscal year the governor is calling on Congress to quote give us the help that we need none of us wants to cut our kids education as a result of combat nineteen not one of us and that's why it is my fervent hope that Congress will take action and do so in the next few weeks because our kids education is at risk and this one and it's going to be incredibly important got additional resources to help our kids not your when asked about recent protests at the capitol and online anger over her stay home stay safe executive order the governor said she personally has never felt unsafe although she called again for unity John Hewitt W. W. J. news radio nine fifty meanwhile prosecutors say a thirty a two year old man has been charged with terrorism for making credible death threats against the governor Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel Wayne County prosecutor Kym worthy says that Robert test made the threats via social media to an acquaintance on April the fourteenth authorities concluded the message amounted to credible threats to kill Tess was arraigned on a threat of terrorism charge if convicted he could face up to twenty years in prison a hearing regarding a lawsuit targeting the governor's emergency powers during the pandemic has wrapped up W. WJCL has more the showdown between the legislature and the governor came head to head in a virtual courtroom the legislature wants to approve that Michigan is under a state of emergency the governor says though that the legislature was wise to pass a law giving the governor discretion in a time of an emergency now both sides cite different laws to support their position in any event a judge will issue a written opinion but likely the case will be decided by the bosses the Supreme Court Charlie I didn't W. James radio nine fifty president trump praised new CDC guidance on re opening closed businesses and schools despite criticism that it's literally paper thin CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reports sources say the initial work product of the CDC was more than sixty pages in the end the agency's re opening guidance was boiled down to one page each for workplaces schools camps and other facilities the White House where the CDC's advice would be overly prescriptive critics say the experts effort was instead dumb down president trump insists it's getting good reviews he says the press will never be satisfied if we gave you more description that would be no good if we gave you less that would be no good Mr trump told this reporter he's heard a lot of good things Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House Jeanne chan is a professor of medicine at the university of Georgia and the chair of a covert nineteen task force for the American college how also sells the Asian the task force is not telling colleges win to reopen but advising an abundance of caution and preparation before schools make that decision what will go into each school's decision whether to re open at paying every implication on a triple Olympic based on their demographics they don what happening in their date or their locality based on what their resources are what their risk tolerance in the tourist from New York who allegedly posted photos on Instagram of himself at the beach has been arrested for violating Hawaii's traveler quarantine the state says the twenty three year old man from the Bronx arrived in Honolulu on Monday people saw his social media posts reported him to authorities he was arrested on Friday Hawaii mandated a fourteen day quarantine on travelers arriving to the islands in an attempt to curb the spread of the corona virus authorities have been cracking down on travelers allegedly define that quarantine a top Ford executive says there will not be any significant delays in the launch of several important new products this year more now from W. W. J. auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert that includes Ford's most important product in all new F. one fifty pickup as well as the much awaited Bronco was smaller Bronco sport in Ford's electric Mustang Maki for product development chief how Thai Tang says don't only be delayed a few months it will have an impact program tiny in terms of the launches but we expect to launch delays.

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"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To start re opening W. WJW reported Jeff Gilbert says auto assembly plants won't reopen for another week or workers at a number of parts plants started returning today that includes some components plants owned by major carmakers and lots of plants owned by suppliers its parts need to get into the pipeline before the biggest simply plants start re opening on the eighteenth Glenn Stevens of the group made Chato says workers will be returning to a different environment every plant manufacturing is always at a model of safety first but now we have to take that to a whole nother level and everybody understands we're in this together that new environment includes temperature checks protective gear and as possible more spacing in the plants Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. before you go nineteen fifty a mercy health and Saint Joseph mercy health system resuming selective assistance surgeries that needed to be put off during the height of the pandemic and the health system is urging patients not to delay here's WWJ health reporter Dr Deanna Lites system is now resuming procedures surgeries and screenings for health conditions such as cancer the heart and lungs Dr Rosalie Toko Bradley is the chief clinical officer for Trinity health Michigan by delaying their care they could be putting their health into a serious critical condition down the road extra measures have been put in place to ensure patient safety such as coal bed free zones in the hospital patients who are being cared for with cold are in separate areas we don't mix those patients or the staff second we're making sure that we passed anybody who's coming in for a active procedures so that we know they're cold with free before we.

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Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Sinclair Broadcasting Agrees to Pay Record Penalty to End FCC Probes

"Sinclair broadcasting will pay the largest civil penalty involving a broadcaster in the federal communication commission's history the FCC says Sinclair agreed to pay forty eight million dollars and comply with efforts to close three open investigations involving a feel fated acquisition attempt of Tribune media stations in twenty eighteen Tribune media eventually terminated its merger agreement with Sinclair which is the largest owner of local television stations in the country locally Sinclair owns WJW channel

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"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"WJW talk with Kim Koehler the president of the construction association of Michigan it's just extremely important we're so happy we are members I'm so happy for members they can get back to work our men and women in the field can get back to work and we can start to do what we do which is build Michigan so how important is this for the economy extremely important you know the subcontracting community primarily in the general contracting community it really but hurt by distance it's brought our jobs to a screeching halt not only does it hurt them financially but it hurts our school districts or municipalities because all of those projects that were supposed to start started or getting ready to go have now been delayed and so we're going to be under the gun will get going again okay so some projects obviously everything I've been postponed but you said you are going to be under the gun so tell me what that means well yeah I did it it means we're just gonna be under time because time constraints you know we're we're going to have to work to get things back up and online obviously there's going to be new safety protocols that we actually had some input with through the work program yeah and they may slows down a bit but we can get through that we're already practicing safety dollar job sites so it's it what what I mean by that is it just you know we had a six week or the week time schedule it may be compressed down to a seven week or up by we try to schedule in we'll get through it will disrupt work with her to get it done so how are you mentioned the new disc you know distancing and that you guys have had some input so tell me what that's going to look like for everyone the the Michigan economic recovery council had reached out to a lot of the construction associations Kaman colluded in there there the consulate dealt specifically with construction developed a really good plan implemented a lot of the protocols we already have a place on construction jobsites what also made sure that we're addressing the covert situation so we're going to you know practice social distancing which we primarily due on construction sites unless you're a real confined space and that will have to be will really have to be aware of those we have controlled entrance and exits from job site so we'll be able to trust our employees when they're coming on to make sure that they that they meet the criteria to get to the job site you're out there they don't have a fever and stuff you know they're returning from a foreign country we're going to be able to manage those protocols and I think work early effectively is Kevin Koehler the president of the construction association of Michigan speaking there with W. W. Tazewell gallon WWJ news time one twenty for your eye on health sponsored by delta dental corona virus with your eye on health I'm Dr Deanna Lites county a resident of Troy has been following the stay at home orders but noticed a change in her behavior about a week to ten days ago I'm finding every single reason I can to get out of my house go get a fresh loaf of bread to go fill up my tank with gas some are calling this quarantine fatigue where people are loosening up restrictions on their own researchers at the university of Maryland tracking smartphone data across the country notice that in the past couple of weeks there's been a slight increase in the number of people heading out of their homes Dr Brooke Weingarten is a psychiatrist with Birmingham maple clinic if you getting all of the progress that we've been trying to accomplish here doctor wine garden recommends looking for new ways to stay entertained at home and to remember why we're doing this with your eye on health from the delta dental health desk Dr Deanna Lites WWJ newsradio nine fifty Bloomberg business report in the time of cope with nineteen how do you stay germ free on an elevator just get out as employers plan for the day their workers hopefully can come back to work many have to think about challenges they never have to think about before analytical mind yeah that's probably the best way to describe it Bloomberg reporter Jenny Saran says companies operating in crowded office buildings in which people walk through crowded lobbies right crowded elevators and get coffee in crowded kitchens on their way to their crowded open space work areas won't be able to just swing open their doors and save time to come back everyone they're really trying to craft a plan that gives specific details around how to manage the spaces where they'll have thousands of the glacier began some firms plan to bring back small numbers of workers initially stagger hours to spread out entrance times and physically redesigned areas where people naturally congregate will that be enough they have to get more office space or is it just the longer term more people are working from home and kind of a more permanent situation I'm interrogatives sixty eight and your power ball is twenty four that power play is five the jackpot an estimated fifty nine million dollars there was no single winning ticket in this last go around here and so now moves up and your mega millions jackpot an estimated two hundred and fifty million dollars W. W. J. news time one twenty seven hundred drive this morning we do get an update on that situation we were watching right there and I. ninety four in the ramp over two ninety six plus a milder temperatures for your Sunday and more sunshine we'll check traffic and weather together straight ahead in about thirty seconds stay with us the opioid.

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"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"At where the CD industry heading here's W. WJW reporter Jeff Gilbert with a preview despite the reading Ford says it is a cash it needs to weather the downturn but what about after that Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas telling automotive news daily drive podcast that Ford has to do with GM is done take a very hard look at whether it's worth selling vehicles around the globe thanks got it being locked out of you know do we need to do this are we a global automakers Jones says he sees a lot more that Ford and Volkswagen can do together over the long term Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. forty go nine fifty a a skeleton crew of volunteers has returned to work at GM and Ford plans to help prepare to restart production WWJ auto expert John McElroy says crews will be working on developing safety protocols that plans after the covert nineteen deaths of twenty seven line workers look at what's going on in China look at what's going on in Europe it seems to be working as long as they maintain all the very strict health on protocols of bringing people back to work and if that doesn't mean everything's going to snap back the way it was before this is still going to come up very very slowly we are hearing that Ford and GM are trying to re open on may eighteenth but the U. A. W. says they have not agreed yet on a date emergency room doctors in the Beaumont hospital system will see less pay after agreeing to reduced hours the Detroit Free Press reported today that the cuts in pay and hours are in response to millions of dollars of lost revenue due to a drop in a non covered nineteen related ER visits during the pandemic there's no word on how many ER doctors will be affected the Bowman says the safety of emergency room patients will not be compromised how have you been sleeping N. the wake of the pandemic and what about those dreams here's W. W. J. center McNair office Lori L. Flynn of the Birmingham maple clinic says she's been hearing about the vivid dreams from her patients feeling trapped feeling attacked getting sick remembering people or meeting up with people who have died and dozens cents dreams are a way of processing emotions and events are emotional experience is so much more intense and we don't have time to deal with that we will wake it's just more than we can handle so dreams become more vivid Harrelson recommends writing down the dreams as soon as you wake up and asking yourself what you think the metaphors main trouble between the saying you know there are things to pay attention to what I'm going through and I don't wanna during my feelings and very things that have to be dealt with in order for me to look at her life Sandra McNeil W. W. Chang is ready nine fifty coming up here are possible that the city of Detroit could go bankrupt again in the wake of the pandemic that story's a.

"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"WJW with Serra Hong the chief program officer we're still doing everything we did before we were in a global pandemic we are just doing more of it and some new things so I remember it was Friday March thirteenth only heard Ann Arbor public schools was closing and the private about the office that afternoon let's take your folders take your laptop and you know we'll we'll just be in touch and as of Monday morning March sixteenth we were entirely remote but we didn't skip a beat hello we haven't had closures we've had no interruption we've been serving the same folks isolated older adults are people who are living on the margins you need food on the table again our refugee clients to arrive either recently or over the past few years and those folks still need us but what's been happening since this crisis another T. bald is just an explosion in demand for the people who needed us before this crisis continue to look to ask for support and new folks who never in a million years thought they would need our help are coming to us now so what's so interesting is that there's a misnomer about your agency is that you only help Jewish people is that correct it is true it's a misnomer it is not accurate sell yeah I I think it's great to be able to debunk that Matt so you know he was the only services we help everyone regardless of their background their religion their color their creed if none of that is important to us we've been serving the community and that way we start at so we know the Jewish part of our name yeah I would have to do with the agency value they were hung from the Jewish family services of Washtenaw county with W. WJW one W. W. J. news time five fifty four this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to.

Serra Hong Matt Washtenaw county Marie chief program officer Ann Arbor W. J.
"wjw  w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"WJW live with Ilham and our mid day producer film critic Terry Lee founder of the I see you awards so I so excited you know we follow forgotten harvest of course so tell us how you and Terry came up with this collaboration or your place will be brought to such as your friend just such a great heart and when the idea came about of actually releasing the song and donating it to charity I thought well it was one person that definitely shares that same spirit and sharing news on the first person that came to mind so just had a quick phone call with her and she just got excited as we were about the opportunity of helping people and then here we are talking to you okay Sir Terry tell us how does this work well S. Phil said he has a song that he released its streaming right now and so anyone that downloads his song Phil will donate one hundred percent of the proceeds to forgotten harvest and then as far as the I see you awards what we're doing is we have a line of merchandise it's T. shirts and hoodies and really cute pillows and a cell phone covers and things like that so anyone that goes online to make a purchase we will donate fifty percent of the profits to forgotten harvest okay so I mean we haven't seen the long lines at food banks across the country a so forgotten harvest does seem like a natural fit tell me more about that will broaden her isn't sure you know well usually donates or should be a hundred and forty thousand pounds of food per day to various organizations and people in need throughout metro Detroit but now they're up to like two hundred fifty thousand pound protect and basically what they do and if you have the chance to volunteer please do so but that what when the royalties command as Kerry stated I'm simply going to just like turn that money right okay gotten harbors and I'm doing it on a monthly basis and the song was released today so go to any streaming platform whatsoever and then that when you stream at Intel just know that that money that you that went to the string is going to go right those people in need and I just want to add on what topic what Phil said is that I don't really want to get involved because of course forgotten harvest is such a worthwhile organization does so much good and there are so many artists in this area who are struggling right now because you know they make a living through their artistry so I felt that this will be a net a natural fit for us to get involved so that we could help in any way we could as well all right to find out more you can log onto our website at W. W. changes radio dot com W. W. J. news time for twenty three starting April eighteenth every rock on earth is from some of them came from asteroids the moon and even Mars in all about sixty thousand of these space rocks have been confirmed media rights have survived the fiery plunge through earth's atmosphere to reach the ground some of them had orbited the sun on their own since the birth of the solar system others were blasted off the surfaces of other bodies more than two hundred in fact came from Mars and almost four hundred from the moon media rights fit into several broad categories the most common or known as contracts they contain small pebbles of molten rock cemented together with other materials this year's probably formed in.

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Gary Bettman: No clarity yet, but NHL continues to search for ways to restart

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Gary Bettman: No clarity yet, but NHL continues to search for ways to restart

"Which sport would be the first to emerge from the pandemic shut down and return to playing again as we hear from W. WJW tease that answer isn't as clear cut as it may seem to the few weeks ago for the longest time the NHL seem to be the league that would be the first to restart its season in the wake of the coronavirus shut down sports last month however as commissioner Gary Bettman pointed out in an interview this week with NBC sports is Mike to Rico he's not sure at this point when or even if the two thousand twenty season will resume in the NHL I I think right now there's too much uncertainty hopefully we'll know more of by the end of April from from an NHL standpoint and I'm sure this is what they're doing we're reviewing all of our options we want to be ready to go as soon as we get a green light

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. WJW from one hundred years and this is a special year at W. W. J. we celebrate our one hundredth birthday this month we're highlighting some of the tough cars and the trucks you been driving during that time like the Ford explorer remember the Ford Bronco two well in nineteen ninety one the Bronco to became what is now the highly successful in the long running staplers UV in Ford's lineup previews of the new Ford explorer were coming in Dearborn latest entry in the sport utility segment still has a big job ahead of it trend says the first addition explorer was based on the many pick up ranger as was the Bronco too but unlike the Bronco to the explorer had a four door option breaking into the four door wagon segment that became a huge selling point for families and the new model took off the second generation had a more aerodynamic updated body and in nineteen ninety six K. more power a five litre V. aids with an available full time all wheel drive system followed a year later with a more powerful four liter V. six a draw that came to light in the mid nineties the explorers were rolling more than other SUVs it became an international crisis Florida blame the standard of Firestone tires were tread separations and blow outs happen one of the tires Firestone blamed Ford for improper recommendations for Taiwan elections linked to Firestone tires a two thousand so I third and fourth generation explore a bigger in size more passenger capacity stronger engines and roll stability controls twenty twenty Gen six standard of three hundred horsepower options up to four hundred ponies and a ten speed automatic and new tech almost thirty years continuing a very successful run of Ford explorer most popular sport utility vehicle could vote on the top autos the past one hundred years by clicking at W. W. J. newsradio dot com celebrating one hundred years I'm Tom Jordan W. WJZ or nine fifty at W. W. this time six twenty five it's time now to take a look at your money listed on the Bloomberg business desk and here's.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"wjw w." Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W. WJW nine thirty two tragedy this morning in Macomb county about six A. M. a one year old baby boy was killed in this morning's crash along I ninety four in Saint Clair shores let's go live to the scene and W. WJZY Campbell Mike yep freeway is still closed I ninety four eastbound as closed at I six ninety six all of the entrance ramp for closed as well about six in the morning there was a car with a driver that seller described and a one year old boy it it in the left lane apparently on I ninety four eastbound at the Martin road overpass work van was coming in the left channel a merged into the left lane rear ended that Kerr spotted around flipped it up on that side one year old boy checking the hospital has died according to Michigan state police they're still continuing their investigation and Pat P. O. Jack is a resident came out see what happened wishes she had this the distress in her voice amidst the wind and snow that was falling on this record but again the investigation continues the freeway still closed reporting live Mike Campbell doubly doubly J. newsradio nine fifty a double shooting in east point to leaves a woman a fighting for her life this morning police say they responded to calls of shots fired in the area of Tuscany nine mile about seven o'clock last night one.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:46 min | 10 months ago

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"Two three six EE WJW group twenty four hour traffic center density Barker W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty and the accu weather forecasting divorces clouds today it's going to be on the cool side around forty then tonight cloudy low thirty three cloudy cold tomorrow rain mixed with sleet and snow at the on set arriving by the afternoon high thirty five to thirty nine Sunday though we could see some showers of rain or snow in the morning but not as cold and a high of forty nine degrees it's thirty two right now at metro at volunteers of America car donation is fast easy and free visit cars helping people dot org right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we could just run going to a team mobile store today again my phone eleven pro on us with high full tennis trade in it right now get four lines for just thirty Bucks a line with auto pay switch today contact us if you cancel right plus taxes and fees twenty four monthly credit for well qualified customers with qualifying service finance agreement you're demonstrating plus thirty four twenty five twenty nine ninety nine ninety nine percent APR while supplies last for ex number one the US radio nine fifty WGN Black Friday ramping up as more retailers open their doors are city beat reporter Vicki Thomas checking out the stores in the shoppers also ahead the legalization of recreational marijuana sales in Michigan just around the corner we'll check in with one of the four licensed shops plus Michigan and Ohio state who wins when we're talking about money I am Marie Feldman good morning I'm Gregg Allman for WWJ newsradio nine fifty still to come this half hour we'll check in with Tony or tease at sports that sort of back Mitch too busy was money late for the bears as they knock off the lions on thanksgiving day we'll talk about that plus Michigan pulls off one of the biggest upsets of the college basketball season at this point we'll let you know who they knocked off coming up in sports at six forty five accu weather says cloudy chilly today with a high around forty it's thirty two right now WWJ news time is six thirty one it's been a slow start to Black Friday shopping across the listening area WWJ city beat reporter Vicki Thomas joining us live and local from the bed bath and beyond out in Beverly hills Vic.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 10 months ago

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"A knee during the national anthem at games Capen X. representative said that the NFL denied a request to allow media film the work out sorry to all thirty two teams that's a good day all of them to stop running stop running from the truth stop them from people the line's among the seven teams attending the work out coming up next on W. WJW diversity is looking to help students with a tilting more on that story ahead W. W. J. news time is seven thirty A. traffic and weather together on the it's one big task of adult thing is navigating around problems on the road thus we bring in Marty muffled I can help you with that even though I'm not really an adult at least according to my wife play along both were sponsored by the association of the United States Army we've got we're going on I seventy five north bound at exit the big beavers clothes you cannot use that the three o'clock tomorrow afternoon I am fifty nine westbound between crooks in optic it's a moving work crew only the right lane is open until six o'clock this evening coming up tomorrow tomorrow Monday I seventy five north on the ramps to saturable road north and south are closed will be closed and the sash about road ramp to I. seventy five north bound that too will be close it's gonna happen to moral and Tuesday each day from eight AM until five PM those are you have been warned well the association.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"WJW seven fifteen elicited a sold by Morrissey dot coms forest as yours Tony or to use the lions look to pick up their third win of the season Rupert and Tom as they clashed with the Green Bay Packers tonight on Monday Night Football a key to winning that contest for Green Bay this evening according to their head coach Matt the floor is with the Packers to win their one on one matchups against the law yet now they do a really good job of putting you in one on one situations and that's something that we've talked our team about is we we've got to be sure that were on our fundamentals on our technique because it's inevitable it's gonna happen in this game where guys are gonna be forced in a one on one match up some and we've got to do a great job and when those one one call from Lambeau field at eight fifteen the Houston Astros tie up the American League Championship Series at a game apiece after three to two eleven inning win last night over the New York Yankees in game two of that best of seven series Carlos Correa delivers the game winning hit for Houston a solo home run in the bottom of the eleventh inning Alabama still the number one team in college football that's according to the latest a P. rankings released yesterday Michigan stays at number sixteen this week after coming off a week seven win over Illinois a victory that you'll hear head coach Jim Harbaugh talk about right here on W. W. J. when he joined John Jensen for inside Michigan football that show begins tonight at seven with sports at fifteen and forty five past the hour I'm Tony Ortiz W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty to take a look at southbound US twenty three at Nixon rode up next for this crash of Dennis new blockers checking out will have that an update there enough for Cassidy divorce.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"WJW Orton it's billed as the last Detroit radio reunion this is the first time we've ever opened it up to the public part of all is considered I'm known in the business of radios best friend and he's a fan of America's most powerful medium he's hosting the reunion of Detroit broadcasting grades on Saturday September the fourteenth so this is the who's who of historical Detroit radio some of the top stars yeah we've done the live robin Seymour who was sort of the Dick Clark. of Detroit Lee Allen Bob Greene Dr Ringo to win right from job as Janet on Janet Dick burden of course Duke Windsor big Jim Edwards Jo Jo shutting the Greg are the traffic Jo Jo Charlie o'brien in flash Phelps people like shot Gooden Tom Kelly. San Diego California more details of the last reunion dot com Tom Jordan W. W. jadis radio nine fifty championship weekend at Jimmy John's feel the Utica unicorns taking on the wooly mammoths for the United sure professional baseball league title director of baseball operations Justin Orndorff says it's a big deal for these teams the players and the fans come to or culmination of all our entire season a lot of guys have been out there since their college seasons going back to February you know what it's saying time a lot of guys put in so much hard work some guys get future prospects in will be clubs some guys this may be the end of the line for you so it's a lot of things going to one share be sure we can for us on our end of says the league has been a big hit with fans and with players hoping to make it to the big show U. S. PBL halves put together thirty six players advancing to the majors with one player pitcher Randy dot neck now on a major league roster with playoff bound Minnesota Twins WWJ news time for fourteen only ten minutes or so away from alliance kicking off their season our scoreboard shows next this is Roberta just saying that isn't it amazing to think about all the things we learned in school that we never used again but what about the really important stuff our classes didn't cover like proper financial know how bank of America has you covered with tips on saving and budgeting and all the better money habits needed to reach.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Michigan W. WJW with details that fatality is out of Kalamazoo county health officials confirmed the death is due to eastern alkaline suffer light is or Tripoli the centers for disease control reports Tripoli as one of the most dangerous mosquito borne diseases in the United States with a thirty three percent fatality rate in people who become sick there have been a total of three cases confirmed in Michigan health officials reminding residents to protect themselves against mosquito bites Brooke Allen WWJ newsradio nine fifty a man accused of being responsible of an Oakland county fire last month that killed a woman has been arrested in Pennsylvania W. WJZ mark with the latest thirty five year old Adonis Wilson is accused of setting a fire on August twenty seventh in Waterford township that claimed the life of a woman in her fifties Wilson had been a wanted man since late August but was arrested Friday in Pennsylvania on an unrelated traffic stop Wilson has been charged with both open murder and arson arrangements are being made to extradite him back to Michigan Zack Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty the city of Dearborn has passed a local cyber bullying ordinance the new ordinance follows two earlier ones in the city that related to harassing threatening or obscene communications the city council approved law defines cyber bullying as posting a message your statement in an online public forum that is intended to place someone in fear through expressing intent to commit violence or harm a violation of the ordinance is punishable by up to ninety three days in jail a five hundred dollar fine or both the Dearborn ordinance nearest a state law passed earlier this year. W. W. J. news time to await. the.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"WJW Orton speaks with a guy named el C. scrambling been involved with caring for animals my entire life for your animals are kind of his thing I love of livestock once you've had that book it just just like an extension of your real family help Elsie's gravel it is a Michigan state director of life stalking agriculture scramblers as it used to be the fares are all about the livestock he originally were really about the animals were state hello it's a show place of agriculture and no place that farmers brought their best to compete and to try to get the new ideas and better lifestyle act and still continues that runs today through Labor Day at the suburban collection show place in Novi Tom Jordan W. W. jadis radio nine fifties save the planet save some money that's what consumers energy CEO Patty poppy says about their new love Michigan clean energy tour it's an effort to retire all their old coal energy and replace it with six thousand megawatts of solar energy that results in the reduction of carbon emissions by a total of over ninety percent will have ninety percent clean energy resources for the people of Michigan and we're really proud of that in the short term it means saving a billion gallons of water reducing our waste to landfill by thirty five percent and we're actually gonna restore five thousand acres of land all across Michigan to its natural habitat Bobby says consumers and customers can sign up for energy saving program as well the only way you can take WWJ newsradio nine fifty with you is the radio dot com app downloaded today listen to us anytime anywhere if.

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