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"wycoff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"President Biden says the U. S. Will pull out of Afghanistan by the end of this month. He is expected to speak more about that later this hour. Meanwhile, Republicans are reacting among them Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers when you see Isis key And Al Qaeda in Afghanistan about to commit terrorist attacks. No Joe Biden created this system. See this place that we've got over there are not to be as dangerous. It is with his reckless decision making. Either he's seen now or he's in denial. But either way, it's reckless for our country and it's a disaster is taking place is his responsibility. The Taliban, also indicating today they would not be willing to extend that deadline. A deal with Democrats advances two key elements of the president's infrastructure agenda. House Democrats have advanced the $3.5 trillion budget plan necessary for a process to passed sweeping legislation designed to invest in education, healthcare and climate initiatives without threat. Of a Republican filibuster in the Senate. We have a president with a big, bold vision for our country. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was forced to delay a vote after negotiations with the block of moderates demanding quick passage of a bipartisan infrastructure bill. The resolution adopted today sets up a vote on the $1 Trillion Infrastructure bill no later than September. 27th on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News parents in Montgomery County have been allowed back for in person testimony at the school board meeting for the first time in a year and a half. M. C. P S p Amy Wycoff, blasting the board of Ed for teaching critical race theory in school. I'm CPS will deny that its schools are teaching CRT, but this Marxist audio G goes by many euphemisms and one undeniably use an M. C. P S is the doctrine of becoming anti racist concerns echoed by parent Julie Saxon you mentioned on the CPS website Angela Davis, who now identifies as a little see Communist Communism has killed upwards of 100 million people, Saxon adds..

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Years of public service to New England. This is WBZ news radio and I Heart radio station. Yeah. 77 degrees. Mostly cloudy in Boston at 12 30 Good Sunday afternoon. Thanks for tuning in. I'm Sherry Small. Here's what's happening So far this month. There's been a disappointment. That is, if you wanted a nice, sunny July WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff says it's actually record breaking really kind of remarkable. You think about this, and we also have set the pace. We set a record for the most rainfall for the 1st 10 days. In the month of July. In these records date back to 18 seventies, you So you're talking 149 years. This is the wettest start to the month we have ever seen, in fact, nine out of 10 days rainy so far in July. That's compared to nine days out of 30 in June, while the full AccuWeather forecast coming up in traffic and weather on the threes. New cases of covid in the U. S are up at least 16% in the last week. This even as around 67% of U. S. Adults are at least partially vaccinated. CBS is Michael George has that report Works. Javits Center administered over 600,000 shots in six months. Now the nation's largest vaccine site is officially shut down. At the same time, Much of the country is seeing a surge in cases. Everybody go get the door in the ACP Volunteers are going.

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"wycoff" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yeah, truck. I know what you mean. Kyle is probably too young for it, but it came and like it was. I think it had like a top hat and it was dressed in a little suit. Yes, it just looked like it was going to come to life and put a knife through your throat. My God, Yeah, exactly creepier than creepy And howdy Doody creep me out also. Oh, I know. How do you do to yet? How do you do that again? Okay. How the hell do you know? How do you duty Because that's before my time. Yeah, I had a language arts teacher who referenced it all the time in seventh grade, so I looked at. So you looked at? I'm not happy. I know about Howdy duty, but I know about howdy duty. Thanks for the call, and Chuck gave a great example. It doesn't have to be a movie or a show or cartoon. It could be a thing. It could be a toy. It could be a doll. So don't get me started on Furbies. No, really. We'll talk about it later. All right, so stuff meant for kids. But as a kid, it scared you Who's got a story 1 800 to 831 to 1.53 19 Here's fast traffic. Kind of a rough afternoon and of here stretches of the parkway North downside of a jam from aged 69. Up to before exit. 74 flipped over dump truck accident in the left lane and Route nine. Nearby, picking up a lot of alternate traffic Parkway South is very slow from 109 down to just south of Baghdad. 105. This report is sponsored by Audible Audible delivers everything you love listening to all in one app stream, the newest releases bestsellers, audible originals, popular podcasts and more. Start listening free with a 30 Day trial at audible dot com or by truck lanes. Going north. Exit nine and accidents cleared Westerns for South and a 15 W, a big jam at that spot with a crash In one lane. All lanes are still closed on the northern end Activity. Seven north of they get 59 jackknifed tractor trailer crashed to to close both ways in Mont fell down power lines. Very tough on 36 west out of west Long Branch of to eat in town, heading up towards Wycoff Road of Route 18 area, 33 West and Neptune Memorial Drive as a crash on route 70 Eastern liquid roadwork coming out of the park way. Tom Rivers, New Jersey Traffic North Jill Byron, New Jersey Transit South. So you want to be careful right now at the ride as you would leave at the Walt Whitman Bridge in the Ben Franklin Bridge. They both have some roadwork set up across their spans. Traffic is very tough at 2 95 South bound, and that is from exit. 18 down to exit 17 in the polls. Borough Gibbs Town area Collision Has two lanes blocked off, So you're only squeezing by on the right shoulder at this point, maple Shade 73 South slow at 38, with some repair work happening, and we still have delays on the parkway and HBOS Atlantic City Expressway exit 38. With the collision off to the shoulder. New Jersey fans traffic every 15 minutes. Next report at 3 33 on New Jersey even at 1.5 working tonight, Take Steve Travel Lease with you. The soundtrack of Second shifters is New Jersey one at 1.5..

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Who said they were sovereign citizens with an assortment of weaponry night took off into the woods. Residents like this one were put under a shelter in place advisory as it was sending to me that you would have eight men with guns. And obviously they're brandished for them to know that their arms I met Mark a lobsterman of the corner store. A lobsterman knows a little something about the elements. We're talking about. Rain in temps in the sixties, four hours 10 hours after 10 hours. If we start from hypothermia, I would guess in Wakefield, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Meanwhile, during all this we heard directly from members of the group. WBC's sherry Small has more on that. They say they're with a group rise of the Moors. One person dressed in fatigues going live on. YouTube from the scene in Wakefield to reveal what the group stands for who they are and who they aren't. They specified in the news that were anti government but we're not. We're not anti government. We're not anti police were not sovereign citizens were not black identity extremists, he says. Police saw the group pulled over on route 95 on the side of the road with their firearms secured, but they became afraid so we got out with our arms and I have a body camera has been recording all time calmly and repeatedly insisting that the group has done nothing illegal has specified multiple times to the police. That we're abiding by the peaceful journey. Laws of the United States. Federal courts title 18 United States Code subsection 9 26 al 49 25 Alpha, Not mistaken. Sherry Small WBC. Boston's news radio was one heck of a time for a major highway to be closed with rising vaccinations and shrinking covid 19 cases. People are hitting the roads or the skies for that matter to get away this fourth of July weekend, But at what cost? Andrew Gross speaks for Triple A and points to packed roads and crowded airports that Are expected to tally up to 47.7 million travelers this holiday weekend. When you think that were still in the pandemic, people are still getting vaccinated. Are you surprised at the number is even that high. Not really because we saw how many people travel over Memorial Day, and it was around 34 to 37 million people travel and since Memorial Day, Gas prices have risen. The average price of a regular gallon is $3.13, a seven year high. CBS is at least Preston reporting will not too many New Englanders who are traveling to the beach right now, gray skies, Lots of rain, not the holiday forecast any of us were hoping for, But WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff says improvements could be on the way. Fortunately, a.

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"wycoff" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To the roads we go. The traffic along Route nine is slowing down South and South Emily in the Washington Avenue That's a stall The left lane is currently closed off. You got slow traffic and Neptune Eastern 66 as Marie Avenue down the route 35. The traffic is also a bunching up just a bit. If you're gonna be riding on 36 wasted Eatontown at 35 heading up towards Wycoff Road, not a decent afternoon going along the Garden State Parkway. New Jersey. Turn by going up on till 87 the worst of the Hudson River Crossings. The George Washington Bridge, leaving New Jersey That's a 5 to 10 Minute Wait. Tom River's New Jersey traffic North Jill Myron, New Jersey traffic South. I tell you what's going on with the parkway in the short area South north bound on the parkway jams for makes a 32 36 where we have the roadwork area, and then we have an accident in the right lane is blocked off, so people are taken nine as an alternate and nine is slow in Somers Point as well. And traffic is tough at 73 South and Winslow Township with roadwork happening, 1 30 North Bend in Willingboro in south bound in Florence. We have repairs happening at that. Slow you down. South to 95 back ship at exit 28 Black Horse Pike area down through to exit 26 Lawrenceville, a village to a six south called Soiled Franklin Corner Road. You're doing work on a sinkhole. New Jersey fans traffic every 15 minutes. Next report. 4 80 90, Jersey one a 1.5. Now the driveway dot com business of what we've been talking a lot about this in New Jersey, but Pennsylvania will resume work search requirements in July for hundreds of thousands of people receiving unemployment compensation, Governor Tom Wolfe's administration says today. Requirement will resume July 18th. That means that people claiming jobless benefits.

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"wycoff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Chief said she meant to use her Taser but grabbed her gun. Instead. Potter resigned from the force after the incident. I'm Lisa Taylor, the to Manhattan Federal jail guards accused of not checking in on Jeffrey Epstein. The night he died, are cutting a deal with prosecutors. A deferred prosecution agreement would allow criminal charges be dismissed as long as tough on Dole and Michael Thomas comply with conditions that includes helping the Justice Department with its investigation of Epstein's 2019 death. And community service. The pair is accused of napping and browsing the Internet. Rather than checking on Epstein and later lying about it. The convicted sex offender was being held on federal child sex trafficking charges at the time. I'm Cameron Fairchild. New York police are searching for a woman who abandoned a baby at a business Friday evening. A show Bala has the story, Authorities say. A customer walked into the check cashing store on Myrtle and Wykoff Avenues in Bushwick left her baby and took off staff called 911 and officers took the toddler to Wycoff Hospital where the child is in good condition. Is just one day after a 14 year old mother abandoned her newborn in a Jersey City restaurant. Oregon joins states giving people a big incentive to get vaccinated against covert 19. Brad Ford. REPORT. Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced the take Your shot Oregon vaccination campaign. How about a chance to win a million dollars? That's the top prize, But there are 36 prize is worth $10,000.5 scholarships worth $100,000 to encourage 12 to 17 year olds to get vaccinated. Oregon's goal is to reach 70% vaccinations by June. 27th. Spain is not waiting for the European Union to open its borders. As fully vaccinated Americans will be allowed into the country this summer. Spain announced Friday it would be welcoming back tourists on June 7th on vaccinated Children will be allowed into the country as long as they're traveling with vaccinated adults. However, kids six and up will be required to show proof of a negative covert tests before entering. The decision comes on the heels of Greece announcing they would open to vaccinated travelers or those with a negative Corona virus test. I'm at Madison. The Atlanta Braves set a major league record in their 20 to 1 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Joel Stern has more brains for the first team in major league baseball history to hit Elise. Seven home runs and at least two Grand slams in a single game. Their basement also Riley Homer's twice Ronald a Kenyan junior and picture today, Ray Adriance. We hit Grand Slams. Brace also set a team record with 14 extra bases. They now lead the majors with 72 home runs. I'm Cameron Fairchild, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is again tweeting about technology and crypto currencies. And this time he's clear on where his support lies in a thread started by musk himself, comparing magic to technology where someone asked what he thought about people who quote are angry at you because of crypto, the Tesla's CEO tweeted that the true battle is between Fiat and crypto. On balance. I support the latter. Bitcoin rose after musk latest post another down week for the S and P. 500 as investors worry about inflation, crypto currency fluctuations and more. Jonathan Golub, chief US equity strategist at Credit Suisse Securities, has a positive outlook. As long as things are progressing as long as things they're healthy things re normalizing too healthy. More moderate growth is perfectly fine, and it'll be enough for the market to do well. Yes and P 500 fell 4/10 of 1% this week with the 2021 college graduation season in full swing. There's some good news for this year's class. Our first job's pay is slightly improving. The percentage of recent grads who are taking jobs that pay less than $25,000 and don't require a degree fell to 10.5% in March to the lowest rate since November. 2000 won all that, according to New York Federal Reserve Research. Today, Participants in New.

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"wycoff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Why? Because it didn't have. Ah, You know this drug in its system, which you know, we found out was the best method zone, which is a Stealing steroid, and it was basically put on in a lotion because of lack of a better word. Maybe the spirit had a rash in his time quarters, and it was put on Think within 24 hours of the Derby, so I would have to think wouldn't unit that test is going to come back? Positive? Exactly. Well, yeah, It's a great observation Scott, because that's what we were talking about. As you mentioned off the record that it's not looking good. So far. So either way, looks like a beautiful day there in Baltimore, 6 47 Post time correct Yes, and they'll load him up. They walk out the interesting thing here, which is different from where you guys are all the horses all 10 of the horses. And then some of the top trainers. Horses in the undercard are in one barn. It's this sparring here in public. Oh, so I mean, it's like I'm just looking. I was looking at here earlier, There was a state asked me a sin and started Todd Pletcher with was with him and the Wayne Lukas. They're having a cup of coffee and Chad Brown was with Michael McCarthy. I mean, it's just it's amazing scene and they all walk over the probably walk over, I'd say around 5 35 45 get over to the track and then the race like you say goes off it, uh, a little bit later around 6 47 So, but it's gonna be It's gonna be really interesting. Like you say, who knows what's gonna happen here. But then again, who knows what's gonna happen like we don't even know what happened in the Kentucky Derby. Yes, that's exactly right. Well, Scott, you do exceptional work force there in Baltimore. Folks Want to follow you on Twitter. Scott Wycoff w y k o double F W B A L and always look, I follow you, Scott because I'm a big fan of Navy football's coach, Ken Yamato, Lolo and you cover Navy football like there's no tomorrow, so I think he's one of the best coaches in college football pound for pound in my opinion. Yeah, it's great working with him on the studio pregame halftime postgame host for the Navy radio network, So I've gotten to know Coach Ken very well, and it's gonna be great getting back out of the Naval Academy campus. Then with this past year because of the pandemic, we couldn't get on campus to do our interviews. I did all my broadcast from my family room so good getting back and But we're really lucky at the Naval Academy to have someone like Ken Niumatalolo leading the young men in the future people that are serving our nation and a beautiful, beautiful campus in a beautiful place to visit in the fall. Too much football game. Oh, yeah, it is. There's nothing like Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium right there on the seven River. All right, Scott. Great job is always my friend. Happy Preakness Day enjoy, And I'm sure we'll be checking with in with you after the race as well. All right. Tell Leo All right, sis. God Wycoff again when W B A l in Baltimore exceptional work when it comes to horse racing, and like I mentioned maybe football again at Scott Wycoff. That's w y. K O double f W B A l hear our news radio 8 40 WHS, United Dynamics Foundation repair and waterproofing Weather Center Wook Hwan. Meteorologists easy an organ. For today, we'll be looking for increasing cloud cover temperatures will be able to top out right around 74 degrees. You may see a few spotty showers as we head into tonight we'll hold on to the risk of scattered showers. Even some thunderstorm activity on Sunday with highs in the upper sixties back to work on Monday will once again hold onto the opportunity for some scattered showers and storms, Temperatures a touch warmer make it into the middle seventies. I'm Wook. Why meteorologists, museum organ Hey, Suzanne. Thank you. A beautiful, beautiful start to the morning this morning out there. Temperatures cool. They'll take your jacket if you're.

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"wycoff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Course, Midnight Bourbon Pebble goes pretty special place coming back because extremely special. Curlin's Preakness win here over street sense was exciting is that could get for us? This being our first classic just such a memorable race. And and it appears the horse racing gods are smiling down on Pimlico as they did at Churchill Downs two weeks ago. Because the weather is absolutely beautiful. According W B A. L. Scott Wycoff. He joins us this morning, Scott. Good morning, sir. What's it like out there? Pimlico this morning. Man. I'm telling you, you would think maybe this is a fall football weekend. It is gorgeous. It Z Sonny and 50 degrees right now is things heat up here in old hilltop. What we call the piece of property here were Pimlico is It's gonna eat up to around 70 degrees. So gonna be a fantastic day and like you heard Steve asked. Houston got big smile on his face. And for good reason. He now has the betting favorite in the Preakness. Midnight Bourbon is now the five to betting favorite with Iran. Ortiz in the Settle once we got by the morning line yesterday, and folks started going to the betting window or getting out their phone toe place their bets. A lot of this smart money started moving the way of the five horse been night Bourbon. Very interesting. So, Scott, what is my Madonna spirit? What is Medina spirit down to now? We need a spirit Is that 3 to 1 in concert tour within the spirits stablemate here in the States Spine Ryan this morning is that 4 to 1, the third choice. We're talking with W B A. L. Scott Wycoff there at Pimlico in Baltimore and Scott, of course. Bob Baffert staying home, staying out of the spotlight for the Preakness assistant trainer Jimmy Barnes. Handling the on site training duties. What's it been like around there, especially with the media? It has been really strange. I mean, we thought it was strange last year, just like you guys did last year when there was nobody at the race. Well, it's really strange. When Bob Baffert is not it is great, especially when he's got the two morning line favorites and he's got the Derby winner. So it's been a bizarro world here early in the week. I really feel bad for Jimmy Barnes. Early in the week. You know everyone surrounding him and asking him questions, and he basically went the route of no comment, and then I think he got a little bit of help from some media consultants later on in the week and later on the weekend just started talking about the worst. Uh, in concert tour and how they were doing, how they like the track and was able to answer those questions and talked about things of that sort. And then it went to the 11th hour yesterday. I mean, we were told that it three o'clock yesterday afternoon, we would get the results of Medina spirits, third and final pre race test Well, Three o'clock comes and goes, four o'clock comes and goes. I mean, it's almost time for the black eyed Susan race, which peppered had a billion that also had a pre pre race tested. Well, just before five o'clock, you know, I'm standing literally in front of Medina spirit at the barn with Grooms and the assistant trainer. Well, how do you find out in this world? Well, it comes in a statement and its statement that's tweeted out and emailed out and all that bit and Lo and behold Medina Spirit, the Derby winner successfully passing all three tests cleared to run in the Preakness, as remember the deal that Bob Baffert's lawyers made with the lawyers here. The Maryland Jockey Club who owned the Preakness, was That if any of the tests came back positive that he would have to scratch his horses. Could you imagine if we scratched the Preakness favorite at that time at five o'clock on Monday afternoon, Right? Hey, dog with W B A L. Scott Wycoff there in Baltimore, covering the 146 running of the Preakness today, 6 47. I believe it is post time. Scott. You there on the back side to get a feel You've been circulating with the media. What's the general consensus on the folks when it comes to Bob Baffert, and most of them think he's guilty? Are they just letting the cake bake? And where do we go from here after this race, and after we get, of course, that split sample back. Well, really. It's because when you talk off the record with a lot of folks here don't really tell you what they believe. But on the record Most of it's like, Well, you know, I will just little like that. You know, that's their business, you know, and, well, you know, there are a number of trainers and a number of owners back here that are talking about what everyone is concerned about the integrity of the game, and that's a conversation we're having. And that's a big concern that something like this on such a big stage. Coming off the Kentucky Derby when racing is front and center with a figure like Bob Baffert. I mean, even though you know, outside of Louisville, Kentucky in Baltimore, Maryland. Racing isn't the number one sport in the United States. Right? Five. Bob Baffert has a very high curating, and that's his recognizability in the pop culture in a lot. Ah, lot of people in pop culture know exactly who that white haired guy is in horse racing and have him at the epicenter of Ah thing like this. Really? It's tough for racing to deal with. So like you say, I mean, who knows what's gonna happen? I mean, what if Medina spirit comes out here today and wins the Preakness? So then you're saying Well, you know, it's got a chance to go to Belmont in three weeks for a triple crown for backwards. Triple Crown in the last word on those six years. Then then, a week from now. The test comes back in Kentucky, and he's the championship in Kentucky that Derby wins is taken away. And, you know, then what happens in the Belmont and then and then and then what happens here? If Medina spirit just doesn't show up? People think. There you go. You know, the horse, you know, didn't show up..

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"wycoff" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well, like we've seen so many times with Joe Biden. The words are one thing the deeds air quite another. So when he says, I want to reopen schools in my 1st 100 days, he actually meant now talk about moving the goal Post is not even on the field anymore. That means opening up one day a week. What do you do for those other six? Exactly If you're a single mom and you gotta go work somewhere. How do you raise your kid? How have you done that over the last 11 months, By the way, Where's covert relief? I thought we're gonna get that day one. It's amazing here. Yeah. Biden controls the White House. You have Democrats controlling the Senate and the Congress and they can't pass anything. Why? Because they're too busy impeaching Trump. And and running that the trial last week where if impeachment is about removing a president, why do you even go through with something like that, when the president trying to remove is on a golf course of Mara Lago? Hey, buddy, want explain that one? They know they didn't have the votes, and they could have voted for censure or something like that. And got on with, actually, you know, doing what they were hired to do, But now they go ahead with this thing instead of that over the weekend, boy did they make complete? I guess I can't say that word on the air Jack holes of themselves where Democrats say you know what? Maybe we are going to call witnesses and no one really thought that one through because that means Republicans could call witnesses. And then you could call Nancy Pelosi. Maxine Waters, whoever you like all these people, Chuck Schumer that incited violence, or at least had words that you could say for using the trump definition by Democrats incited violence. You remember Schumer, right? I'm telling you, Gorsuch, I'm telling you, Cavanaugh, you will reap the day when an interesting who's threatening to Supreme Court justices. It's amazing on that. Obviously, Maxine Waters, you get up in their face, she said of Republicans and you tell them they're not welcome. You get up in their face. Someone got up on Rand. Paul's face. Beat the crap out of him. Put it in the hospital. For weeks on end, yet a collapsed lung guy nearly died. Steve Scalise was shot on a baseball field. Well, they're practicing for the annual congressional game. They play every June in D. C. And you saw it time and time again Republicans, lawmakers in restaurants being harassed and chased out then you saw over the summer. Obviously, black lives matter harassing just regular people. You don't know whether Democrats Republicans who cares just at restaurants. Saying that they had to obey 803 and 2107 praise black lives 10 matter is or the else number they're not gonna I am able to Joe finish conscious. their dinner I am to a the columnist point where for they're the even Hill fireworks and launched at the them. Fox News Contributors. So Stay busy. I'll see us That have wasn't a little gonna show go well on if this Pelosi find particularly radio was called up station, because she 7 10, is in charge w, of the O Capitol R, and police, obviously a and regular guest there's of a lot Mr of questions New York that in Mark's people amount, should have So I think in terms probably of. Well, most why weren't of you know they more me prepared? already. And they weren't Hey, I mean, there they is were so there, much and to talk you knew about. it was I'm just gonna going be an ugly through my little day. show I mean, it's Prep. not like I'm trying January to figure 6th. out what I should start You with. knew First that they We were gonna have be fun, protest and we go in. Some right into could get the serious out of control. stuff. It was everybody's Let's do so surprised both when this thing happened. The Lincoln Project. Joe. So These guys Capitol are Police still have not had a press conference. By the way, the answer What were you doing that day? Exactly? Didn't seem very prepared anyway, in regards to schools reopening our original topic. The thing about that is that one out of five days yet that that's not gonna work and then you have the CDC director. Widens own CDC director saying that schools are safe to reopen and the teachers don't even have to be vaccinated and they're safe to reopen. It has won the lowest transmission rates. What is Biden do? Okay, You're gonna follow the science, right? Listen to the doctors. Uh, he's saying no, no, no, no, no. We can't open until all these improvements are made to schools, even though we've had schools open since September. Without any problems, and they're still billions of dollars from the last covert relief bill that was supposed to go toward schools that hasn't been spent yet, but he's bowing like a spineless jellyfish. To the teacher's union and now even have Anthony Fauci on the air this weekend, saying that well, schools are safe to re open, but we really need to pass this 1.9 trillion Over to relief, Bill. Ah, lot of it has nothing to do with Kobe relief, by the way. So now Fauci is taking a political position. Wow, who saw that coming? It's just getting Old and it's wrong. And I know that my kid Wycoff, New Jersey, God bless you. Y M C A. My kid goes to transitional kindergarten there, right. So he was born late for his year, so to speak, so we could either have to go through transitional kindergarden go right to kindergarten and the choices where if he goes to kindergarten, and he's not going to school, or he's going only for you know, three or four hours a day. If we send the transitional kindergarten at the lie, he goes six hours a day, five days a week. They've done so since after Labor Day, and they haven't shut down once. There was there was one time where they thought there could be a case in the class. So they had that could get tested. Turned out. The kid was negative, and they resumed once The test came back. I think that was the only time but that's how you run things. All right, The kids are mass. The parents aren't allowed in the school teachers come out with face shields on, take temperatures ask a few questions, and it's been run perfectly. Not a problem. So why can't we do that? The Y M C. A gets it because they don't have a teacher's union breathing down their backs, right? But these other schools, these poor kids that still aren't in these poor parents. How do you work and take care of these kids, Particularly you can't work from home. And Biden was supposed to save the day on this right now. Of course not. Words and deeds are two very different things with Joe Biden, he said. If you have to rely on executive orders, you are quote. Governing like a dictator. He now has 57 executive orders this guy's sign since he's taken office. That that's like, nine times more than Trump did at this point is even more than 10 times more in his old Boston Obama That's all he's doing. He's governing by a theon. I hate using political terms..

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To New England. This is WBC news radio on my heart radio station. 21 degrees in Boston that 4 30 Good afternoon on Madison Rogers, and here's what's happening. Big nor'easter continues its march toward New England. Winter Storm is a pretty mass one Lots of real estate. It's kind of difficulty for Chicago, Raleigh, Baltimore, Washington and New York in Boston Toe all get in on the same snowstorm. So that just kind of speaks to the enormity of this storm. That was WBZ TV is Jacob Wycoff. We could see a foot or more of snow in parts of Massachusetts and energy provider ever source says it's preparing for the store. Replacing cruise around the state for the storm to respond to outages. Boston set to move forward into Phase three Step one of its reopening plan tomorrow. That means Jim's movie theaters, museums and sightseeing tours can all reopen, but capacity of most businesses will need to follow the state's 25% capacity limit, which is in place until at least February. 8th and meantime. Massachusetts vaccination Phase two Also begins tomorrow. WBZ Dark Cohen reports. Phase one included health care workers, first responders and people in long term care facilities. Phase two begins tomorrow with people 75 over and then in steps through March, others will become eligible. These include people 65 over and people with it least two co morbidity, ease conditions that make them at greater risk for covert complications. That group will be followed by teachers and others working in K through 12 education and then transit workers and workers involved in various forms of food and food service, agriculture, consumer goods and retail. Funeral directors and people with one cove it co morbidity will bring up the end of Phase two for a detailed list of who's included in their face to priority, Along with information about covert vaccination sites. Check out mass dot gov. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More than ever. It matters where you get your news, WBZ news radio. 21 degrees in Boston at four o'clock, Good afternoon, and Madison Rogers and here's what's happening. A massive storm system expected to dump snow on New York today and make its way to New England tomorrow. The nor'easter could bring the snow earlier than we thought sends. WBZ TV s Jacob Wycoff. We're expecting snow to move in as early as tomorrow Midday. Provide some good snow. By the time we get into the evening commute and start to wrap up a zoo you go into Tuesday. So we have winter storm watches, in effect stretching really throughout much of the state. The only areas that don't have it are the Cape and the islands and all the storm is expected to bring more than half a foot of snow from Washington, D C all the way up to Maine here in Boston. We could be looking at close to a foot, the full forecast coming up in traffic and weather on the threes. And it's not exactly calm before the storm, either we've been on in brutal cold snap for days. WBZ TV 70 Chan went to the Pine Street Inn, where some beds have been freed up for those in need of shelter as temperatures plunge, possibly into the single digits. Homeless shelters like the Pine Street Inn in Boston are working around the clock to keep people warm, really since Tuesday. We've been out trying to talk people into coming in. They've deployed their van from the late night into the early morning hours morning, those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Pine Street Inn President Lindy A. Downy says they freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it's a mission made even more difficult. By this pandemic. We will work really hard to make sure we have space for people. I think.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now, more than ever. It matters where you get your news. WBZ news radio 20 degrees in Boston at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. Here's what's happening. We're still dealing with some of the coldest temperatures of the season with a nor'easter on the way Here's WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. We're expecting snow to move in as early as tomorrow midday. Provide some good snow. By the time we get into the evening commute and start to wrap up a zoo you go into Tuesday. So we have winter storm watches, in effect stretching really throughout much of the state. The only areas that don't have it are the Cape and the islands. New details for Mac you others say 10 to 15 Inches north and west of 4 95, along with the potential for coastal flooding. We'll have the full details after traffic on the threes and again, this is all coming right after a frigid cold snap WBZ TV, Stephanie Chan went to the Pine Street Inn, where some beds have been freed up for those needing shelter. As temperatures plunge, possibly into the single digits. Homeless shelters like the Pine Street Inn in Boston are working around the clock to keep people warm. Really, since Tuesday, we've been out trying to talk people. Into coming in. They've deployed their van from the late night into the early morning. Hours morning. Those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Pine Street Inn President Lindy A. Downy says they freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it's a mission made even more difficult by this pandemic will work really hard to make sure we have space for people. I think.

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Heavy, Wet Snow And Winds Set To Thump New York, Boston and Washington, DC

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Heavy, Wet Snow And Winds Set To Thump New York, Boston and Washington, DC

"Expected to dump snow on New York today and make its way to New England tomorrow. The nor'easter could bring the snow earlier than we thought says WBZ TV is Jake Wycoff. We're expecting snow to move in as early as tomorrow Midday. Provide some good snow by the time we get into the evening commute and start to wrap up a zoo you go into Tuesday. So we have winter storm watches, in effect stretching really throughout much of the state. The only areas that don't have it are the Cape and the islands. In all, the storm is expected to bring more than a half foot of snow from Washington, D. C all the way up to Maine. You're in Boston. We could be looking at close to a foot the full forecast coming up in traffic and weather on the threes, and it's not exactly the

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is WBC news radio on my heart radio station. And degrees sunshine. Some high clouds in Boston at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron in here's what's happening. Stakeout continuing in Weymouth, where police have responded in force to an apartment building, following reports of shots fired early this morning. Schedule WBC's match here who was in Weymouth and joins us live with the very latest net. Charlie. It's a tragic scene here at the Mass light apartment complex, According to Norfolk County, D. A. Michael Morrissey, three people were shot just before 3 A.m.. One of them is dead. The other two are expected to survive and 1/4 person was taken in for other medical issues relating to the incident. The D A says all victims were males, but he wasn't able to tell us anything more about them. Police are looking into whether or not this started and an event inside the building. And spilled out into the parking lot were. Ultimately the fatal shots were fired because it happened over a wide area outdoors, with several witnesses and many shots fired. Police have a ton of evidence to process but they're asking the public to please come forward with any information that could lead to an arrest with that said they do not believe the shooting was random, and there is no threat to the public at this time. Live in Weymouth. Matt. Sure. WBZ Boston's news radio. A nor'easter heading our Way could bring a foot of snow to some parts of the Bay State continuing tomorrow into Tuesday, and the National Weather Service has already issued a winter storm watch from much of the state. The storm is expected to include wind gusts up to 55 MPH power outages. Coastal flooding at high tide Tuesday afternoon. Very likely there's WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. Our Winter Storm is a pretty massive won lots of real estate. It's kind of difficulty for Chicago, Raleigh, Baltimore, Washington and New York in Boston Toe all get in on the same snowstorm. So that just kind of speaks to the enormity of this storm and NBC's taught at now with more on part Operations underway around heavily populated areas of New York. The storm is expected to pummel the area from D C to Boston. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, is directed state agencies to assemble more than 1600, snow plows and £5000 of salt in preparation on Long Island, Nassau County Executive Lord current since it's going on for so long, we're going to need to have our county guys out. There are an urge those who may be traveling anywhere from Sunday night through Monday night to change their plans. We're asking you to stay off the roads as much as possible for your own. Safety. The storm is expected to dump around 7 to 14 inches of snow in and around New York City Todd at ABC News NEW YORK, The snow coming on the heels of a frigid cold snap and WBZ TV, Stephanie Chan went to the Pine Street Inn, where some beds have been freed up for those needing shelter from the cold as temperatures plunge, possibly into the single digits. Homeless shelters like the Pine Street Inn in Boston are working around the clock to keep people warm, really since Tuesday. We've been out trying to talk people into coming in. They've deployed their van from the late night into the early morning hours morning, those without a home to prepare for the frigid temperatures. Time Street in President Lindy A. Downy says they freed up beds and opened up hotel rooms. But it's a mission made even more difficult. By this pandemic. We'll work really hard to make sure we have space for people. I think.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Plenty of sunshine. Very windy right now. Good morning to you on this Saturday frigid Saturday. I'm Tina Gal. And here's what's happening. Well, here we are, just about six weeks or so into winter and just about halfway through not really much snow so far, but that's all about to change with a nor'easter. Heading our way. Let's find out more from WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. So your typical nor'easter It's going to kind of park itself over us, So we have a couple of days worth of impacts before this finally pushes on out of here, and we'll check the full forecast for the weekend and into early next week, coming up in just a few minutes, right after traffic on the threes. Meanwhile, during these bitterly cold temperatures, some precautions that people need to be taking every day. Now, more than a month into the official winter season, and so far it's been pretty mild, but not so this weekend and into next week. Snow is on the way, but it is the wind chill. That's Big factor here. At times the accurate the real field temperatures dipped below zero, then up to the single digits and teens potentially dangerous conditions to be outside for any length of time. We have people who lose every one of their fingers and parts of their hands and similarly of this heat. Dr. Seward Harris for Mass General's Emergency Department says he's seen the bitter cold cause frostbite If you're out in this sufficiently cold, and you're not taking efforts to protect yourself, then you can lose your life. But you can certainly lose much classically your Hands and feet there says the best way to protect yourself is to dress appropriately and in layers. You have the right clothing. You can climb to the top of Denali or Everest and be just fine. Where is if you don't have the right clothing walking down? You know Newbury Street? Nothing wrong. They can be bad for you..

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunshine at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Merger on Here's what's happening. What's going to stay cold all day long wind chills expected to be single digits, maybe even teens at best WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob Wycoff. You see that wind out of the Northwest and with that Northwest way into our feels like temperatures. Are below zero. So we're in 11 below for Worcester, seven below in Boston. So we have this frigid cold. A windshield advisory still in effect for northern Worcester County into northwest Middlesex County, Windchills as low as 20 below, When you do get some of those wind gusts that's through 10 a.m. this morning and to add to the fun. There is word of a nor'easter heading our way, which could bring a significant amount of snow. Monday into the better part of Tuesday. Details coming up in the forecast in just a few minutes. Latest numbers from the state Health Department in Massachusetts show more than 2700 new coronavirus cases, But there was a technical glitch, so they missed about 25,000 test results, So we'll see those numbers in today's Daily count some good numbers. Though the seven day average positivity rate has gone way down. It's about 4%. Now it was 8%. Not that long ago, nearly 1800 people hospitalized with covert that's trending down as well. And it is estimated there are about 74,000 people with coronavirus right now. Statewide, that number also down significantly schools without H vac systems or the proper filters. Are being urged to keep their windows open in classrooms where there's in person learning even frigid days like yesterday, but of schools have air purifiers in those rooms. The windows only have to be open the crack WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe checked in with a couple of school district's to see how things are going. Attleboro High School was able to work with the city to get air purifiers for classrooms where in person learning is taking place. Principal Bill Rooney says Windows in those rooms on Lee have to be open by an inch or two. But with single digit temperatures opening a window. Even an inter to it can get mighty cold from cases there some complaints of their teachers I hear from families on occasion, but we've been very fortunate. Our community has supported the fact that things are different. Remco bit conditions. I think most people it's not optimal, but they are accepting it As they go. The head of the Boston Teachers union, Jessica Tang, has been doing walk throughs at a number of schools to make sure classrooms are in compliance. Is it you in terms of keeping buildings and grew warm enough? We certainly have had concerns about group being too cold. Who's having to keep the Windows open to help with the ventilation? Kim Tom, a close WBZ Boston's news radio with new more content. Just strains of the coronavirus, posing a threat. Health officials urging people to continue practicing social distancing and wear protective gear infectious disease specialist doctor Who's Masai Ed Says it's important for people to keep their guard up. Even with vaccine drives underway, we know that not all master created equal, so I think that's a message that we really need to get across is the more layers that we can create. The better will be at preventing transmission, especially for these variants that are more transmissible. It is 9 33 Have you flown lately? Have you flown in the past year? There's a list out Of the best and worst airlines. Well, we'll.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That, but I mean to see New York City buried under I don't know how much like 30 Ft of snow and the cold that way. I don't think that that would be impossible. Um We always like Tonto dramatize things in Hollywood, and I think that they took some very liberal, I guess. Accurate try. They try to pull some accurate statements out of that. But I I just don't see that happening. I would say there's probably more truth in the movie Twister. Then there is the day after tomorrow, Okay? Yeah, I like when they were driving down a road, and they both said How exactly flying by Well I want to let my audience I can keep asking you questions. I'll keep you here till 10 o'clock with no problem back. It's anyone in my audience wants to talk to One of the four meteorologists that Channel four As Under their employ. 617254 10 38 88929 10 30. You see Jacob Wycoff. And when we come back, Jacob, I want to ask you When you get the news because you have been a part of B Z. In the on deck circle. Yeah, but they had they had this starting Four or five meteorologist and you were just in the bullpen. But then when you get the word that you were gonna be one of the four mean meteorologist on WBZ TV for What? What was your feeling? What went through your Happy dance that Hey! They want because you're already employed. By a station. To the Midwest. But now, here you are the bigs. Uh, Pastor for sure. So we'll talk about that. If anyone out there wants to call, I'll give you the phone numbers again. 617254 10 38 889 to 9. 10 30 Andrew. I didn't ask you what I always forget to ask every week. What's the temperature now? 20 degrees eek. All right. Time and temperature here in BC 20 degrees the time. 9 15. Morgan Show on WBZ News Radio 10 30, Everyone. Yes, everyone safely. Hi. Kimberly did hear from Commonwealth.

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"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"wycoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I like having people from the world of radio. All the world of TV. The cars. When the weather forecasters giving you the weather and talking about Winds coming down from Canada. Across from The Eastern part of Illinois and coming in and You don't fall off the gobbledygook that they speak. I'm not completely understand. How and why you get confused? Excuse me. I want to make sure you know. But when they have one of these people on You can put your questions directly to them, and they can answer you. So From 11 to 12. 10. Will be jury love not tell you more about her. Mars. We're gonna tell you what I've got for next week. Remember TERM Kennedy, Boston DJ in the seventies and eighties. I've got a missing guest. Thank you, Donna Helper. Paul Bureaus from Triple A I want to talk about radios, the physical object. That would give you Information. Sports whether What have you And those of you who are getting Married. Get my buddy Kathy will goes in ski. You see the commercial's on TV Foreign TV five for marquee jewelers. Again, somebody who can answer your questions. And Without further ado I talked about Weather forecaster who can answer your questions if you want to know. How can they be so precise and exact? When they say it's gonna be 3 to 5 inches Got started, It usually is. So Jacob Wycoff. Welcome aboard. It's been a while. Good to have you back. Thank you so much. Morgan. I really appreciate that. And what an introduction. It's been a while, but certainly I've missed you. And I'm glad to hear you on the radio again. I'm glad to be on again. I had Um, roughly eight months away from this microphone. And I'm never going to let it go again. Hold on to it as long as possible, as with all the strength like Charles tests and said They're gonna have to pry my fingers off my rifle. Here you go. This is my rifle, this microphone. Absolutely. So where is all the snow guard? Well, that is a really good question. I mean, um, What we have seen into this winter is for the Northeast. We've had to set up that it has been so far above average temperature wise that some of these marginal Rain events that could have gone either way, a radar still event. Most of them have gone to the rain side of things, and there's a few different factors that we can blame for that. But a lot of the snow, his Ended up in places like you might have seen last week. We had some snowfall in Madrid, Spain. We had snowfall in the Sahara Desert Japan. Had some pretty wicked ocean effect. Snow they got buried under 10 Ft. Of snow in parts of Japan. That's 10 seat, Not 10. Inches, Correct? Yeah, Yeah, Pretty incredible. I mean the images coming out of Asia. They're right now getting hit by some of some of the coldest air. We have seen all season s O. What's in the up happening.

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Black Friday 2020 looks bleak at stores, malls, as shoppers stick to couch surfing during the pandemic

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Black Friday 2020 looks bleak at stores, malls, as shoppers stick to couch surfing during the pandemic

"This was a black Friday like no other in history shopping during a pandemic, which is labeled a higher risk activity by the Centers for Disease Control. Mall operators say they tried to be careful and avoided those blockbusters specials that in years past had shoppers crammed together. Fighting over deals in San Francisco want to Wycoff was glad to see fewer people this year. Last year was too many. I couldn't get what I wanted, and I missed out on the TV I

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Black Friday shoppers stay home

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Black Friday shoppers stay home

"Shopping during a pandemic, which is labeled a higher risk activity by the Centers for Disease Control. Mall operators say they tried to be careful and avoided those blockbusters specials that in years past had shoppers crammed together. Fighting over deals in San Francisco want to Wycoff was glad to see fewer people this year. Last year was too many. I couldn't get what I wanted, and I missed out on the TV I wanted Los Angeles County's announced a new stay at

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Even With Heat Emergency In Boston, Walsh Says Masks Still Needed

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Even With Heat Emergency In Boston, Walsh Says Masks Still Needed

"Beating down on Boston. It's even hotter inland, feeling like triple digits with the humidity on looks like more of this weather tomorrow. Here's W B Z TV meteorologists Jake Wycoff Sunday and Monday. Tropical humidity will be in place. We do have slightly lower humidity values for Tuesday in Wednesday, but boy Oh boy the next couple of days. Will be hot. In fact, heat advisories in effect for both Sunday and Monday. It's not just that air temperature, but it also is that combination of humidity Ah Heat advisory in place from the South Shore to the Champ Lane Vali, and that's remaining in effect there tomorrow night. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has declared a heat emergency through Tuesday, opening up cooling centers in the city, 20 of them If you're heading to one your advice to call first, and confirm that operation ours and occupancy limits visitors are going to be screened. Have to wear a mask and social distance by six feet, Go to our

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