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"Staff members now during the corona virus outbreak ridership on the MBTA is seen a drastic drop so officials held a virtual meeting yesterday to try to sort out the financial fallout WBZ sherry small brings us up to date MBTA ridership is down more than ninety percent of the subway eighty percent on buses a devastating blow to the TI's revenue stream the MBTA will likely need to use about a quarter of the eight hundred twenty seven million dollars it received an emergency federal stimulus funding in order to close the revenue gap in this year's budget MBTA general manager Steve Poff Tackett is unlikely to find us at the level we would which is obviously a significant amount of money but we're gonna have to go through a pretty extensive budget development process to understand just how far that money takes us without knowing how much ridership will rebound once the state does re open the fiscal control board says any twenty twenty one budget will need to be flexible and subject to change Sherri small WBZ Boston stays radio well even if there is no second wave of the virus the nation could see a new round of health issues related to this first wave ABC's Jim Ryan explains in order to make room for an expected flood of covert nineteen patients hospitals and clinics have cancelled many elective procedures including routine tests Reuters quotes healthcare data company Kubota health it sank diagnostic exams and cancer screenings have dropped off by sixty percent now physicians worry that serious illnesses that might have been caught early might be missed because of covert nineteen Jim Ryan ABC news all right a lot of questions about our pets cats and dogs and now there's a word there is word of the first apparent dog in the United States with a case of the virus heather McLean and her family took part in a Duke University study after some of the house got to and then recovered from the coronavirus and she tells WRAL TV her dog a plug named Winston got tested to he was coughing and sneezing it was almost like he was very he and there is one day he didn't really want to win since believed to be the first positive canine case in the U. S. the dog seems fine now the CDC says there's no evidence animals play a significant role in spreading the virus Steve Cason CBS news ten thirty eight AM course two counts domestic cats also tested positive in that we had that the Tigers the big cats in the Bronx zoo ten thirty a Tracy junkie getting a flashing urgent the conference board U. S. consumer confidence tumbled that's right to the lowest since two thousand fourteen Laurie abide to I in contrast to another confidence survey last week the conference board survey takers are more hopeful dead man March that the impact on jobs and incomes will be temporary we'll see about that where are you there were few signs of the chronic virus impact to calm the S. and P. CoreLogic case Shiller index found home selling prices up four point two percent nationally up nearly five percent around Boston compared to February last year and on Wall Street a strong start across the board but the nasdaq is down down fourteen points S. and P. still up fifteen dollars up a hundred fifty five points I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio thank you Tracy sports is next from.
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"New this morning North Carolina there's word of the first dog in the United States with an apparent case of coronavirus heather McLean and her family took part in a Duke University study after some of the house got to and then recovered from the coronavirus and she tells WRAL TV her dog a plug named Winston got tested to he was coughing and sneezing it was almost like he was very he and there is one day he didn't really want to win since believed to be the first positive canine case in the U. S. the dog seems fine now the CDC says there's no evidence animals play a significant role in spreading the virus Steve Cason CBS news still to come on WBZ newsradio judgment zones social distancing style that story is on the way it's nine oh three out to the roadways right now we check on the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Laurie what's going on well we're still seeing delays Jeff in Plainville because of that earlier crash we had south on forty five by route one traffic continues to be slow for about a mile they're approaching route one in Randolph we had that earlier crash ninety three south Mumbai route twenty eight and also disable truck now in the breakdown lane right before route twenty eight in Randolph keep in mind there is a a bus diversion and it B. T. a bus route to forty Avon square Ashmont station detour due to paving on on route twenty eight in either direction on Randolph so keep that in mind this morning were in Randolph rather storm drive westbound get a work crew the left hand lane there at mass AB also wrapped restrictions on the E. the right hand lane on the ramp to amass sap from store drive westbound now in Avon twenty four south work crews have set up shop by Harrison Boulevard they'll be with us until about three o'clock this afternoon one twenty eight north and south I got those workers once again stay in Danvers by Endicott street more of a delay on the northbound side not so much of the southbound side eastbound on the mass pike by two ninety a rightly and workers set up now that we're getting we're going to take another lane they said at nine o'clock they would take another lane there on eastbound on the mass pike at two ninety in Auburn and it to our north ninety three south of really tough today adds to this ongoing work there in Manchester right after the two ninety three southern split Laurie granted WBZ's traffic.
Dog is apparently first in U.S. to test positive for the coronavirus
"North Carolina there's word of the first dog in the United States with an apparent case of coronavirus heather McLean and her family took part in a Duke University study after some of the house got to and then recovered from the coronavirus and she tells WRAL TV her dog a plug named Winston got tested to he was coughing and sneezing it was almost like he was very he and there is one day he didn't really want to win since believed to be the first positive canine case in the U. S. the dog seems fine now the CDC says there's no evidence animals play a significant role in spreading the
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"To move the items into the expo center instability during searches possible to get overwhelmed so this is something that's going to be able to take the relief on those hospitals speaking to the other places that aren't just operating from the cold and snow guard members are ready to help at the facility does house covert nineteen patients there's word of the first case of a dog in the U. S. getting corona virus heather McLean and her family took part in a Duke University study after some of the house doctors and then recovered from the coronavirus and she tells WRAL TV her dog a pup named Winston got tested to he was coughing and sneezing it was almost like he was very he and there is one day he didn't really want to win since believed to be the first positive canine case in the U. S. the dog seems fine now the CDC says there's no evidence animals play a significant role in spreading the virus Steve Cason CBS news coming up saying safer at home brings back an oldie but a goodie WTMJ news time is seven thirty five as a young boy I asked him that question grandpa last name is Smith then why when you started the company did you call it Austin plumbing plumbing with a chuckle and a smile all at the same time he warmly replied well Eric Smith plumbing is just too generic plus the letter eight comes long before the letter S. in the phone book knowledge meant as a ten year old boy the A. before asking the phone book logic went right over my head but the rest he shared hit me right in the heart he said Eric when your name is on the side of the truck it's like putting everything that you believe in and everything that you stand for on the side of the truck as well just be good he said that a lot as a kid I used to think he meant behave but that's not at all how he meant it I think of them this time of the year in April of twenty thirteen was when he met his great grandson for the.
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"Out loud in a few minutes with me today still tomorrow the clown he's like position and economists who directs Duke Margolis center for health policy where he works on strategies and policy reforms to improve health care he was previously commissioner of the U. S. food and drug administration administrator of the centers for Medicare Medicaid services Dr McLellan good morning good morning and thank you for setting this up and all of the reporters here joining us today thanks for being with us so we will go ahead get started you will send a full size coronavirus response plan right now we're in size one the consignment place and re opening states is placed but what elements of sites don't have in place to begin slicer slice well we are moving from phase one to phase two and I think now people are saying that phase two is actually not just one big staff are toward reopening some cases in some sense that's probably the long term we're not opening back up to the way things were before instead of doubt we're seeing on maybe a phase two A. B. C. D. and E. with some steps forward and probably in some regions of stuff back along the way as we gradually turn on the faucet so enable some additional businesses to reopen under modified conditions I get in place some of the additional steps that are needed the sad for our re opening to help work successfully and that includes several key dimensions one is our health care system that is not under duress so adequate capacity for potential further surges in the virus and also adequate capacity the same kind of provide critical services that Americans need and many have been putting off unfortunately during this period of of staying in place this is a repair C. span radio programming from Friday WCS be or from Washington our second key dimension is responses by businesses this we are all in this together with the virus still around so as businesses reopen again it's not going to be under the same circumstances before you'll see hopefully a lot of steps like we seen and grocery stores and other essential businesses does something additional our cleaning and disinfection practices among employees to make sure that they are comprehensively except that they're not coming into work they're practicing the same kinds of isolation that we've had universally awful people who do have symptoms of or are at risk of transmission and new steps by customers as well face masks are gonna be common respecting space continuing to follow that on the long standing advice about frequent hand washing your hands sanitising and not touching your face and I'm being careful not to go out if you have any kind of early nineteen and follow the CDC guidance and and get into casting on hand especially we need to pay attention to protecting those who were elevated risk of serious complications from cove in nineteen so for older Americans or those with comorbidities this re opening needs to be especially careful on your part you getting a practice dispensing and continuing to take steps to minimize your risk and that means if you're living with people who are going out more taking some extra they need to take some extra precautions are when they come back with you I also want to emphasize that the testing and and containment part of this phase so our task of passing is ramping up its not where we'd ideally like to beat but it is getting better and I can talk some more about initiatives that are under way to improve our ability to trace contacts and contain any outbreaks that occur so steps in multiple dimensions that should happen gradually with an expectation that we may need to take a pause in some areas and maybe even go back if there are signs of the of the epidemic picking picking back up again because through all of this that the virus is going to be with thank you very much for that actually leads us nicely into one of the questions that we all were reported bombs from Sean Hamel of the Pittsburgh post Gazette who also about how important contact tracing is and his question is do we have the capacity to do enough and expected contact tracing to make a difference and if not how so could we have well I think it's a scaling up its different paid places in different areas around the country and the need for the volume of contact tracing that's needed is is kind of very a bit as well in areas that are facing continued increases in cases were a heavy burden of October nineteen cases even if they're on the way down fast more contacts to trace of those areas are going to need to ask a more aggressive attention to our testing and tracing as they as they start to reopen in areas where there is more control whether it's a lower level of case activity it's easier to get to the stage of being able to ask them trace every case which said that I should definitely be the goal and I think you'll see in the states that are re opening hopefully some close attention to I. increasing after that testing and tracing capacity if you look around the country New York and that the New Jersey region that northwest northeast region is expanding hundreds of of contact tracers as part of their efforts to expand that testing as well in California there is not some innovative digitally supported efforts supported efforts being set up and in Texas the academic medical centers like dell medical Austin helped by increased capacity raining and not in many of these areas people who have backgrounds and health is a medical students or who have other backgrounds other repurposed on a public health a public employees as well as people are going through training programs to support the tracing capability and you're gonna see around the country in the coming days and weeks hundreds thousands of new jobs as part of these efforts for contain Dr mark McLellan former FDA commissioner with Gregory Phillips of Duke University all up there from showing have we ever done contact tracing successfully in this country with a prior outbreak right we do have significant con tax raising capacity in this country on ongoing basis so it's not just for when there is a new pandemic flu the H. one N. one who are some years ago or in the case of sars where we didn't have very effective identification of cases and then contact freezing and isolation and quarantine around them does your different guy there also is tracing it goes on an ongoing basis for conditions like sexually transmitted diseases in this country so those are different in the sense that they haven't been as widespread and there isn't as much a symptomatic or minimally symptomatic of transmission so here we are we particularly vigilant when we see a symptomatic cases are to make sure that we're getting back case surrounded by a by rapid contact tracing into the annex the in in that way this is after it's going to be at an unprecedented level in the United States is like casting is already at an unprecedented level for an outbreak and then they can the United States so I think you'll see a different scale and that also means probably some new staff and talk about how digital technologies are helping augment that you know the old fashioned asking person asking people about who they've been in close contact with the dental work can help people identify assets and what what privacy protections can be used to augment them our contact tracing also talk about how this is going to be an effort that will span across other groups besides just public health authorities they need help so healthcare providers are going to be an important part of doing the testing on actually helping to identify contacts and helping people get the care they need in isolation not at home or somewhere out of the community out someplace locally like on a dedicated hotel or something like that we want to keep those people as close to the community as possible but isolated and out of our healthcare systems to minimize transmission and minimize the burden on healthcare systems so wall for healthcare providers as well and also mentioned the top of my comments on how businesses are going to need to participate in these after two I having programs in place to remind employees about getting tested if they have symptoms and helping support these community efforts around containing further operates don't you thank you very much for that I'll remind everybody that you'd like to ask questions you can talk them into the queue and I went on or you can raise your hand if we can get stronger cost was not white I'm gonna move on some of the questions we got involved this time for Michael Holland the CBS seventy percent were expecting an announcement today regarding schools in North Carolina although some unique considerations for re opening schools that are different from businesses and other aspects of society yeah I think there are two features that are distinct about schools on the one hand they are yeah they are places where inherently be there is close contact between between children that's that's impossible to avoid especially at younger ages so that means there are some potential risks for sporadic and while the good news about the pandemic is that it does not seem to affect otherwise healthy kids very seriously at all compared to people who are older and those with chronic conditions so that the rest of the kids on the block of contact and transmission individually is substantially lower say for somebody who's our sixty plus what kids can still be potential sources of transmission so that special considerations around re opening daycare pre K. as well as schools and involved trying to minimize that kind of transmission partly for the kids own sake but also for preventing spread back to family members or others in the community and so I think you will see some of the same scraps our attention to frequent hand washing this infraction and maybe not as much use in the pre K. of always the camping clean very easily maybe a bit more on our social distancing on I I don't think we're gonna see your three year old mask but maybe more games where kids are are are are flapping their arms or or doing other things that are quite so I'll close contact so that's one key distinct feature is that there is going to be more close contact in the settings but concepts to manage that on the other distinctive feature is that what you really need to get our schools and our our early childhood programs Rio this is so important for the development of of children's home port for their well being and also really important for helping other parents and and the rest of the people in the United States to get back to work and I'll be able to do more of their their lives were also very high priority here you see a lot of effort to try to get this right that doesn't mean schools and daycares are all gonna be reopening right away but it does mean I think some extra attention because of these are two unique features thank you very much for that going swiftly on we have a question Sarah Krueger WRAL TV forty mentioned the role of businesses here and as the office what do you want to say before all businesses can reopen like normal is it more testing random testing a vaccine or something else yes Sir I I if I emphasize that re opening businesses is not going to be the old normal is going to be a noon or so I would like to see progress in those other areas that I mentioned healthcare systems are saying that they're they're good they can handle not only that capacity for a potential certain code nineteen other critical care that they need to provide a more routine basis for artwork for their patients who might have a breast lump applications are heart disease or or other issue that needs to be addressed in a timely way needs for healthcare system that's one you got to try to check the boxes we need to support increased testing into passively for contact tracing so that there are outbreaks in communities but because buyers are still present out there but we're containing them but for the businesses themselves it's going to be a gradual process so I think people have already seen what this is this can look like based on their experience with essential businesses like grocery stores so this is not you know going back and I am and being in a crowded shop it's going to be businesses where the amount of capacity is probably going to be limited way below what that that the occupancy limits under more normal circumstances would be whether any more protective barriers between customers and staff will be more distancing steps in place maybe markers and I and other kinds of limits on on on on where people can go where there will be extra hand washing or or hand sanitizing ylides specially to help with minimizing them our contact with transactions or things like that and help people remember and and carry out frequent hand washing and more hand sanitizing.
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"To help jump start our economy to educate our children and to get people healthier and I think it's going to be up to federal and state government to help jump start this economy and we're we're looking forward to easing us easing these restrictions when all of the trends tracing and testing gets into place and starting to do some of the things I just talked about thanks for the question next question please this is a repair C. span radio programming from Friday coronavirus updated state of North Carolina we're hearing from that state's governor Roy Cooper joined by the director of health and Human Services Dr Mandy Cohen next question is from Jonathan Alexander with the news and observer eight I have a three part question we have really been able to get a follow up from wandering you know there's been a lot of inconsistencies in how counties according home outbreak information why it is that they are D. H. H. S. releasing the names of nursing home and count in depth on the debt leaving at the end of the county health department to figure out what is going on leaving the also we've heard anything about Harvey but can you clarify how many patients would actually be identified basic information and why can't they mandated practice making uniforms for every but doctor medical yes thank you we have heard this question a couple times this week and I appreciate that everyone wants more information we're doing the best we can to strike the balance of protecting privacy as well as sharing information that's necessary for public health what we are doing in terms of a nursing home outbreak on it or any of our congregate facilities as we are tracking all those outbreaks we are listing that counties in which they are in again for these facility like a nursing home the patients aren't coming in and out it is the folks that work there that would be coming in and out in terms of understanding viral spread within a community but those workers could live in that county or live outside that county so we think we're trying to strike the right balance here between protecting privacy of the patients and the facility as well as sharing the information that is necessary to protect public health as well as be transparent share information we continue to update that information on our dashboard daily and we we will continue to release additional information to give us a better understanding of this virus as we continue to go forward one in particular I know that we are working on is helping folks understand how many of our deaths have happened from folks who are living in nursing homes so that is a piece of information that we can give I'm pretty sure we updated it today if not coming very soon so we are trying to get new information and I appreciate everyone's interest but also understanding the the balance that we need to strike around privacy while also protecting prep public health thank you thank you Mandy Cohen state health and Human Services director thank you next question please governor Roy Cooper and with WRAL TV governor thanks for taking my question I have two questions actually two different questions when we get them right away the first one is about Catherine and are you working specifically with companies and are you in a position to say which companies they are all the pricing issue secondly we're going into Sunday services we're getting word that some complications the thinking about needing based on the criteria to be set up for the businesses no more than twenty percent inside of one particular error thank you once again clarified the situation surrounding villages got all right yes thank you for as for the testing part we are working with a number of companies that have started the testing process want one of those right here headquartered in North Carolina lap core quest our our hospitals are testing our universities are testing so we have thirteen labs across North Carolina that we are working with that have the capacity to test our biggest issues involved the supply chain of having the supplies and personal protective equipment that we need in order to collect the samples to be able to get to those laps we do have a lot of capacity in the labs you heard doctor co and mention about the fact that we do have some issues in certain regions of our state in trying to get samples to labs to make sure that they can get tested but the working group the doctor Cohen is put together the fact that we have a group here at North Carolina emergency operations center out there on the market trying to get as much of the supplies is personal much is personal protective equipment as we possibly can hi is is truly important as for the issue with with churches I am yes going to my church I also care deeply about my congregation I think it's irresponsible for some politicians to use faith to lure people into endangering themselves their families and their own congregation especially at a time when the president's own guidelines don't advise NC re opening yet are we know that there is a reason why that federal guidelines and our guidelines prevent gatherings of more than ten people when people gather together or together and are around each other for a while the evidence is overwhelming that the virus can spread so much more easily and unfortunately this is happening in churches at our state and across the country I want very much for us to be able to ease restrictions as quickly as we possibly can but we have to keep public safety at the forefront thank you next question please North Carolina governor Roy Cooper live coverage from Raleigh final question will be from Reuben Jones with spectrum news in Charlotte yes thank you I'd like to if I could have her call just go back to the nursing home question and regarding whether there's any concern obviously they're privately at the residence but the concern about the employees that are leaving this facility and then going out in the community whether you'd like to see more transparency regarding that and regarding casting when the state does get more capability of doing more testing will nursing homes the main priority for I can't think those residents because they have been affected so much by thank you Dr Mandy Cohen health and Human Services we take the second part first because yes you are right that the folks in our nursing home are some of our most vulnerable in the state we know they're both medically frail and most likely to be over the age of sixty five so they are certainly I will maintain I spot of high priority of of testing and they're they're prioritize that our state lab but are also using other partners to make sure they were able to do and respond to outbreaks and and do the testing that is appropriate not just for the folks who are showing symptoms but for all of the the patients when we see an outbreak to really get a good understanding of where the virus is in the use of these nursing homes again I think folks really need to understand risk related to releasing personal medical information we do not release the names of people who have either been exposed or have code nineteen it is very important that we strike the right balance between protecting personal medical information as well as protecting the public health we think about that tension every day we take it very seriously both are important and I think we are trying to strike the right balance to be able to share the information that we need to to protect public health to be able to respond as well as protect privacy I think the things that we can do right now to help make sure that the virus does not spread in our community is to abide by the governor's order to stay at home I know it's hard I know that it impacting so many lives but the staying at home order is so important we're should only be leaving to do grocery shopping and if you're working in an essential business or getting medical care but otherwise staying at home if you do need to go out make sure you're doing you're doing an important hand hot hand hygiene and other kinds of good hygiene practices to make sure that we are staying socially distant as much as possible those are the things that are going to protect us over the long term so those are the things I hope we can we'll continue to focus on over with these this this next weekend and and thank you to everyone who is really working hard to stay home and save lives thanks Dr Mandy Cohen thank you all for being with us today stay home this weekend to stay safe thanks very much coronavirus update for the state of North Carolina.
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"You can follow me on twitter at Mr Sizemore with me. As always he's the man of every hour he's too sweet and sour in he and I both have been sick the last week. Tom Rial Yay yes. And you can follow him on twitter at Tom Wral TV. We are talking Dallas. How's cowboys it is the off season we do have to mention that Our you know our hopes for the chiefs to win a super bowl Tom since we last spoke to him came true. Yeah and it happened largely because of what I felt the what happened. And that's Patrick. Mahomes is going to happen even if he had three. Maybe three and a half quarters where he really was playing well when he got on. Then all of a sudden chiefs run stoppable double. Yeah exactly I think that that game kind of You know and if you look at it in a nutshell you say that one quarterback could make the plays the other couldn't and and that was kind of the issue there is that about like Patrick Mahomes. Will his team getting a guy like Sammy Watkins. Who the rest of us have been making fun enough for so many years for? Oh my God this guy got sixteen million dollars and he plays like six games year. What's going on here? But the chiefs you know. They needed him that day and Sammy Watkins and soon there for him. And and the and the sorry the chiefs Pulled it off. Got A super bowl. Andy Reid I bury deserving chiefs team gets their her first super bowl and fifty years and I think that a homes is on his way to be able to Ask for just an undisclosed chat chat can just fill out his own check. He wants only fully guaranteed record setting. There's no tell what he's going to ask ask for and right now. Thank the Kansas City Organization would just pay it up without even blinking an eye. Exactly which brings us to the Dallas cowboys. Because because there's not much going on in the OSCE but you know there's always a little bit of absurdity That happens every off season and right now. The absurdity came when Michael Irvin suggested jested that the cowboys should toyed with the idea of possibly Trading for Tom Brady and not signing Dak Prescott to a long term deal. I haven't read Michael Irvin's comments. I'm just you know sitting here and just kind of like going with what I've been reading around the Internet. I'm sure that those were taken out of context like anything else. But then you get the talking heads of the world's like Stephen a Smith and all up in tizzy about the cowboys possibly going after. Tom Brady to which I would say Tom. Why ride the hell? Would you go after over the hill. Tom Brady when you have a franchise quarterback staring you right in the face and if you watch the Super Bowl you should probably feel little bit more confident. In the current crop quarterbacks yes and you know just some more layers on Brady did not. I have a great year last year absolutely. I think he's finally hit the point where I don't know if he's GonNa wind up back in New England I. I saw something on twitter. The Patriots are talking to the bengals about sending something some picks to them for Andy Dalton and a receiver receiver. I'll tell you the bengals never trade so it's just probably just a bunch of much ado about now. Let's look at where we we are with with. The cowboys brought in Mike McCarthy and I think one of the big appeals McCarthy to take the Dallas job was he he wants to see what he can do with advancing Dak Prescott career and it would just be ludicrous not to carry through. Rauma is see what McCarthy can do and we just saw Andy Reid was finally able to accomplish after so many years of of trying right and not getting there. Now we got McCarthy. Give him the quarterback you know with with even if they can't turn it all all around season which would be a big ask but give him you know four or five years and who knows what he may be able to accomplish McCarthy Tom. Tom has been very outspoken. About Dak being you know part of the intrigue for him to come to the cowboys. Yeah so it makes no sense Tillis all this noise people find generate headlines about the. NFL Right now because you know you're in the middle all of the NBA season with the game still really matter. That's when the really counts for or something You know the council that much with me. Anyway you got basket bone uh-huh huggies way so baseball is about to start up and that's the ultimate cares. Two Games is a slight folks. I watch the world series just because I know takes but who's cheating the best dry all right so anyway. This whole rose shoutout to pete rose. Yeah Yeah I put him in the hall. Wwe Hall of fame. Jesus come on but just forget. Forget this forget Tom Brady. Don't you know Jeff. Philip rivers is now looking for a new gate. Don't even go there. You know Dak Prescott is going to be. The quarterback is just going to be a matter of and how much they pay. You agree with me. But you know when the broncos went after Peyton manning some years ago for a two three year deal. It's different than what people are trying to like. Explain the Tom Brady to the cowboys Tom Brady is not the same. As what Peyton manning was when he went to the broncos it. It's not that you can guarantee you can make all the make all the throws and have everything that you need for quarterback to go not super bowl. This is nothing against that six time superbowl champion. I'm just saying where we are now. In twenty twenty. I don't think that Philip rivers or Tom Brady are going to. What do your neighbors? And how much is GONNA cost pigs any way. I just can't see that he's GonNa take a sweetheart deal if he did. He's he's GonNa play probably somewhere. It's just not going to be at. At and T.. Stadium folks the Patriots. So Yeah Yeah Yeah. He said they they might want to try to roll one more year and see if they can get something out of it and you know check is the one guy that may be able to find something there so when it comes down to your Tom Dak Prescott. Is that something you and I have been talking about for quite a while. It's that look. Look the the cowboys are going to have to pay Dak Prescott. Probably more than most people are comfortable with. It's going to be that's what it is. That's what the causes negotiate and this is not you don't get you know. It's not based off of merit and all that kind of stuff. After a certain extent it's based off of what Dak has done for the cowboys you know. He's still in the league. The only quarterback that has had more wins than Dak Prescott. Tom Brady over the last four years. You're you're you're talking about a guy that is going to earn the money and it's time to just be focused and and understand that this is what they're gonNA payment. Stephen Jones has been outward about that he oh you know. He's not playing into any of these rumors. Tom The rumor and innuendo about Tom Brady. And all this other crap. Stephen Jones knows that he is priority number. One they're going to have to pay back actor trying to talk out and it always comes down to you know that that guaranteed money. That's what they're doing here but but Dak is going to get paid and it's going to be probably number. That's not going to be stomached like Seneca Bowl for others and who cares. That's just what football is. Yeah and I'm not most people because because I felt you know ever since they didn't get the deal done last year and we saw some of the other things that rolled into place Like with Winston Golfing. I felt that the four for him was thirty five million a year. Yeah I and you're actually way higher before anybody else. You were talking in that thirty five to thirty eight range. Yeah I just. It's just and that's not sitting there and analyzing stat sheets and and analytics the field. That is just looking at the quarterback market and how contracts work and how agents were and how people wanting to be the highest paid. Just because it's the thing you know and and you're talking a young man who although he's done very well with the endorsements to make up he. He got paid a fraction of what he was worth. Exactly especially what. He is an to the team what he is you know what he has manifested for the cowboys over his short short forty or career here. This is a guy that has you know two division titles under his belt That's more than most rookie. quarterbacks coming out of the fourth round can say you're talking about a guy that is you know the cowboys might feel a little bit of buyer's remorse from Zeke Elliott. But they're not gonNA feel that with Dak Prescott the they know who the guy is. That's going to get them to the dance and Dak Prescott their leader. That's just who that's who he is. And that's the price of business in the foot in football these days and remember Zeke didn't get a really big guarantee they bill. They gave him a lot of money more than some felt they should have but they ah. There are out for him fairly early on in that contract and so looking to set himself up as somebody came up with a really APP thaw all out stay in the point. Look say he gets a five year. Contract didn't look at his first nine years and it averages out to something like twenty seven million a year when you take those account the other team unless NFL teams backload deals. Tom Goes and so. Let's just just talk about something. It's just it's all sounded jury signifying nothing. Yes exactly exactly. Because because you and I we've been telling folks the Dak Prescott was going to be in the upper thirties for a long time. There's no like when when there was a report that came out this week. I'm not sure how how true it was but about Dak.. Turn down thirty three million a year and people like what's he doing. Turn down thirty three million dollars a year that's more than Carson Scott who gives a shit turn it down. Why would they he is? This is called negotiation. Yes he's he his agent going. I Dr Steven is going low. And you know they're going to find a place to meet four. Might even end up with that Prescott getting the Franchise Tag. That's that's what the cavaliers have used as a placeholder before they might use it as a placeholder again The cowboys have the Amari Cooper to think about. They have Robert Quinn to think about because you know we know that. Three fourths of the defensive line is going to be free agents this year so always have a lot of stuff to work with. They can't come to an agreement with Dak Prescott immediately. They WANNA and get some they want to franchise tag get that off the books immediately. So then what they're working with us. I mean these are things that will probably change the deadlines make deals in the deadline. Linus July fifteenth. Let me give you a bold prediction air and is probably going to be completely wrong. But I predict that they're going to get something done with Dak.. Something done with the Mari. In the franchise tag is GonNa wind up on Barra jobs. Well that's an interesting thought..
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"I was getting close to six fifteen at seven hundred wwl w I'd seen this on Channel Nine's website, this new development going in near kings island, the okay of if they can get permission from Warren county. There are plans in the works for what they're calling the Kingsmill outdoor. Resort fifty acres east of seventy one not too far from kings island. Basically, they want to put up an RV park resort that would include number of spots for people with recreational vehicles as well as cabins on the site and some recreation type activities that go along with it. They talk about a huge development down the road to cater to the people who they say traveled the country RV camping some forty million people. According to the story that channel nine had involved in that every year, and they hope to be able to cash in on people who might want to come to kings island have nice place to the park. There are v while they're seeing the park and do some other things more in county planning commission as looking at the plans right now have about three hundred spots. I think between the cabins and and the parking spots for the RV's and the European. You're you're in there too. Yeah. I mean every. Of the new. Whatever trendy traveling way to go. You got it. We'll see the. Issue comes before the county. I the planning commission the commission would have to approve it before they can start construction. Okay. Coming up our news in fifteen minutes. We'll have more on FC Cincinnati first victory. They win at home in their first game before a soldout crowded Nipper stadium. More fifteen minutes away. Newsradio seven of wwl w seven hundred wwl w let's talk TV here for a bit. Shaken this week to that end we go to the top. We got him at wral TV guide and Matt good to have you back. Here. We have a game show is going to debut this week. What day Rob Lowe is hosting a game show? Tell me all about it. Well, you know, I don't think anybody expected the mass singer which just ended its run on FOX to be a hit which was a really really silly. So banal they're filling the void with a show called mental samurai. And I describe it as jeopardy with motion sickness the idea here is that contestants are strapped inside this capsule that they name Eva. And it's whipped all around this high tech set. I don't know how they don't get whipped. Clash playing this game. But every time the capsule lands. There's a trivia question or a memory question or put something in sequence question. They have to do a really quick 'cause they have only like five minutes to answer. Twelve questions is around the set, and Rob Lowe was the good natured host who sing through it. It's kind of goofy. But it's nowhere near a stupid as the mask singer, which I found depressing when they would reveal who was behind the costumes this one at least is a a quiz show, which is my favorite kind of show like this. But it's part of a comeback for the game show ABC just announced in the last week that they're going to be reviving two old favorites, including press, your luck, go on with the whammy and also card sharks. They're gonna come back to primetime probably this summer. Joining other shows have been revived in recent years like like pyramid and to tell the truth and match game and things like that. Game shows are very inexpensive way to do it. But they did spend some money on this set. I've gotta say middle Samuel looks. Like, it looks like they spent some money on it. All right. Amy Schumer has a comedy special on Netflix. You say she's pregnant, but that hasn't slowed her down not a bit. This show is called Amy Schumer growing it drops on Tuesday. And she's done a lot of great stand up. But her stuff is pretty raunchy. And you might think that being pregnant might have just a little bit will anything, but she describes her death a difficult pregnancy in the most graphic of terms, but also it hasn't lessened or sex drive. And of course, she has been one of the I guess raunchier comics comics out there, and it just made her actually funnier. But it's not for the squeamish, but Amy Schumer growing, I think will help Grover fan base probably once again, and that's available Tuesday on Netflix HBO with a documentary called the inventor. And it takes a look at the scandal of accompany Serono's and its CEO. Yes, actually, twenty twenty just devoted a couple of hours to it on Friday because they've been. Working with Nightline on this piece because there's a truly fascinating story, but HBO enlisted an Oscar winning documentarian by by the name of Alex Gibney to tell this story and over two hours. It is just a fascinating tale. The is subtitled out for blood in Silicon Valley, and the story here is about Elizabeth Holmes who dropped out of college at Stanford at nineteen and she would a bunch of people with her vision that she could revolutionize healthcare with this new device that could test all kinds of blood diseases just with a single finger prick problem is it didn't work, but she was able to capitalize this company at billions of dollars get people like Henry Kissinger honor board, and they were all snowed by her. But they were falsifying test results. Once it all collapsed. You know, she's she's now on charged. She hasn't gone to prison, but maybe that will still happen. But it is a fascinating story of fraud. And the whole notion of how people can be snowed by these high tech startups in Silicon Valley, and the hubris of the story is just absolutely crazy. So it is a terrific film. The inventor airing tonight starting tonight on HBO and. I guess I don't think that story is quite over yet. But it is a fascinating one. We'll check it out. All the time. We have met rouser. The man thank is six twenty right now. Six twenty seven hundred wwl w will get the Jay here in a bid supposed to be a pretty easy data travel. He said he didn't want to say delay free. But pretty close to it. So details from him and the latest on the the early results investigation into the the two recent crashes all just ahead. Six twenty right now..