39 Burst results for "Yesterday Afternoon"
At Least 7 Dead in Multi-Vehicle Pileup in Utah Sandstorm
"Sandstorm in Utah yesterday afternoon. It happened on Interstate 15, about 160 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah Highway Patrol said the pile up occurred during a period of high winds that caused the dust or sand storm, which reduced visibility. One deputy died and another deputy, was wounded in a
Fresh "Yesterday Afternoon" from The Dori Monson Show
"Don't drink the water order details after a Cairo radio real time traffic check with Kimmy clients. Car fire response in south ever itself five near 1 28. That's now clear to the right shoulder. But there's a 5.5 mile back up from 41st in Everett. So you may want to consider your alternates like Evergreen Way about 5 to 7 out of Millcreek or even highway nine. Otherwise, our travel time ever to Seattle is one hour. Renting is busy north and four or five approaching sunset. A crash on self films all recently cleared from north on Meridian at 1/60 south and five heavy from Enchanted Parkway around the Fife Curve, and the Hood Canal Bridge is scheduled to close the cars around 12 45 this afternoon for marine traffic. Support sponsored by Whole Foods market at Whole Foods market gets sustainable Wild caught previously frozen Chilean sea bass fillets for 20% off through August 10th plus an extra 10% off for prime members, while supplies last Cyber radio. Real time traffic. I'm Kimmy Fine now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest Com Pipes are being flushed in Kirkland to try to clear the lines. A substantial portion of the city is under orders to boil tap water before drinking it. The Northeast section of the city is affected from 45 to Lake Washington, including downtown Kirkland. We're estimating it's about a third of our system. Um and that would be up around 4000 connections, 4000 homes or Soul utility manager Josh Pan Ski tells Cairo 70 v A construction crew broke a water main yesterday afternoon. Contaminating the lines water test this afternoon will help determine how long the water boiling notice will be in effect. More primary election results are expected this afternoon. Many of the region's proposed funding measures are passing and in general, incumbents are doing well, among them. King County executive Dow Constantine looking right now, right now, like he will easily make the November ballot in his quest for 1/4 term, telling the West Seattle blog. My goal is to simply get out and tell people about our innovation, our ability and our accomplishments. Progressive challengers State Senator Joe Nguyen in second place right now. 20% more people are hospitalized in our.
Boston Beer Shares Fall After Company Reports Underwhelming Hard-Seltzer Demand
"Maybe your time has gone. The seltzer craze kind of came out of nowhere A couple of years ago. You remember white claw, right? And then before you knew it, everybody was making the stuff. Yeah, Here come the regret. Boston Beer, which makes Sam Adams. That's a beer announced earnings yesterday afternoon after the close, said CEO Dave Berwick. The company overestimated the growth of the hard seltzer category and demand for truly that is their hard seltzer. Ticker symbol s AM Sam, get it anyway. Down 26% today. Too much, Celser.
Fresh "Yesterday Afternoon" from WBZ Midday News
"That's winter world of Boston dot com and again in Boston. We're looking at cloudy skies and 75 degrees. Deadly hit and run in Taunton. Now, police say the driver, 42 year old Roland Escobar, was impaired WBC TVs on a Mylar on scene with more officials say the man was driving under the influence of drugs when he hit and killed a woman and then took off from the scene. Police say they received multiple 911 calls around 4 30 yesterday afternoon for an erratic driver hitting a pedestrian. This happened in the area of Maine and Cedar streets, officials say. The victim, 59 year old Lisa Rocha, was rushed to the hospital but did not make it. Escobar of Taunton, facing a long list of charges again, we'll be covering that arraignment today. Keep it here, stopping drunk drivers before they drive. Starting your car may take another step. Provision in the long awaited infrastructure bill says all vehicles manufactured in 2027 up must have a drunk driver monitoring system installed. It's part of a research program, the federal government and an automotive industry group have partnered with for more than a decade. One system can detect blood alcohol levels in a driver's breath through ambient air in the car cabin, while another uses a touch sensor in the push.
Texas House Explosion That Injured Six May Have Been Intentional
"This in news now from Nicole a couple of times this morning. Has now well they're now labeling and as may have been intentional. So I'm kind of with that attorney What happened in 24 hours? We were told that they had ruled out any explosive device. Or or any foul play. And that it was a gas leak. And then we find out yesterday afternoon from the police, the Plano Police Department that it may have been intentional. So what did they learn? What did they find going? Their investigation Don't discount How good those fire investigation investigators are right. I mean, they've got centuries of fires to go back and see how things were done. You know, they're pretty smart nudes, so I and people if it is intentional. I'm sure there's some telltale signs, you know that they can pick up on pretty quick now. The Plano fire
Fresh "Yesterday Afternoon" from Morning Edition
"Been ordered from their homes as the Dixie Fire continues to spread. Officials sent out notice yesterday afternoon. High winds have made it tougher for firefighters trying to contain the fire Spread. KQED is Dan Brackey reports Plumas County authorities issued a rapid series of evacuation orders as winds gusting to 30 miles an hour continued to drive one of California's largest ever wildfires. Across containment lines. The orders include the town of Chester, population 2000 and the East Shore of the Lake Elm in or resort area. Residents there were directed to an emergency center in Susan Ville 30 miles to the east. The Dixie Fire began three weeks ago, apparently after a tree fell on a PG and e power line in the Feather River Canyon. The fire has burned more than a quarter million acres in the heavily forested northern Sierra. I'm Dan Brekke. KQED NEWS. The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for the northern Sierra, including the area where the Dixie Fire is burning, starting this afternoon and running through tomorrow night. Forecasters say gusty winds and very low humidity will set up critical fire conditions for the region. Well, we have heard a lot about prescribed burning recently. These carefully lit intentional fires have benefits for wildfire risk and.
Biden and Harris Pledge to Fight Voter Suppression Efforts in Latino Communities
"Yesterday afternoon. That would be thursday afternoon. President biden and vice president. Kamla harris gave remarks at the thirty eighth annual nelio conference. So for those of you. Who don't know now. Leo is really important. It's standards for the national association of latino elected and appointed officials and again it's a very important organization within latinos and latinas and people who are engaged politically. Okay yes yes so a. And it's an important conference and this is the first time that a sitting president and a vice president have spoken at the conference which is incredible. And so you end browsing if you think about say like why okay. Twenty twenty one okay. So biden harris both talked about protecting voting rights. Thank you about providing a pathway for citizenship for dreamers thank you also for tps holders temporary protective status holders and for farm workers. They spoke about supporting latino latina families and businesses. This is what president biden to say. I spoke to last year. I said that we have an opportunity to close the gap. The dignity gap the wage gap opportunity gap. That have hurt. Latino workers from much too long. That's why we put equity at the core of everything we do in my administration. The work of art ministration isn't just about recognition or representation. It's about deliver results and as public servants. That your job as well together. We're not just building back. We're building back better with an economy where we deal everyone in this time. So the speeches came day before harris and the department of homeland security secretary alejandra. Your guys went to a bustle To visit the. Us mexico border. We know that the vice president has come under some criticism for not having made the trip to the border yet especially since earlier this month she went to what the marla into mexico to address the quote root causes of migration.
Fresh update on "yesterday afternoon" discussed on Morning Edition
"Bay Area in Northern California. Generally increased onshore flow is going to result in a slight cooling trend through tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service, with more widespread night morning clouds, Coastal drizzle and fog is Joe McConnell mentioned Look for partly to mostly sunny skies in the Bay Area today, Look for low sixties to the upper eighties. Far inland. Still sunny and warm to hot. Sacramento Valley Breezy at times today, Sacramento's high 95 degrees Right now. It's 5 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm really tamale. We begin this morning in Plumas County, where thousands more residents have been ordered from their homes as the Dixie Fire continues to spread. Officials sent out notice yesterday afternoon. High winds have made it tougher for firefighters trying to contain the fire Spread. KQED is Dan Brackey reports Plumas County authorities issued a rapid series of evacuation orders as winds gusting to 30 miles an hour continued to drive one of California's largest ever wildfires. Across containment lines. The orders include the town of Chester, population 2000 and the East Shore of the Lake Elm in or resort area. Residents there were directed to an emergency center in Susan Ville 30 miles to the east. The Dixie Fire began three weeks ago, apparently after a tree fell on a PG and e power line in the Feather River Canyon. Fire has burned more than a quarter million acres in the heavily forested northern Sierra. I'm Dan Brekke KQED NEWS. The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for the northern Sierra, including the area where the Dixie Fire is burning. Starting this afternoon and running through tomorrow night. Forecasters say gusty winds and very low humidity will set a critical fire conditions for.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It happened yesterday afternoon. A surveillance image released today shows the single pink sandal left at the scene. Witnesses say two men in a white vehicle snatched a screaming girl off the street. Authorities say it may be a Ford excursion made between 1999 and 2000 and five the girls believed to be between 14 and 16, but she still has not been identified. Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI. Lots of garbage was left over at the city's parks and beaches over the weekend. The first weekend Chicago was fully opened. Park District Superintendent Mike Kelly says they're looking to hire more people to handle the influx of people. Mayor Lightfoot shared this reminder with visitors today. Yes, we need more support. Yes, we will hire more people, but fundamentally Chicagoans to yourself and your neighbors a favor. Don't litter. The city expects to see the parks and beaches full throughout the summer. It looks like negotiations on a full clean energy plan have stalled in the Illinois Legislature. One issue is prevailing wage rates, although lawmakers say that maybe worked out soon. Senator Bill Cunningham says the bigger problem is that different schedules for reducing carbon emissions and closing coal plants in downstate Marisa in Springfield have been proposed. I don't think the two parties are too far apart, but they are far apart right now, and unfortunately, because of that the work of the working group has stopped. There are reports that senators are now working on a smaller bill that places a moratorium on nuclear plant closures, contains ethics provisions and addresses a few other areas. Vice President Harris is announcing the release of more than $1 billion to hundreds of community lenders are administration is making a big investment in community lenders and actively working To increase community lending capacity. The money aims to expedite the economic recovery from the pandemic, and American workers are among the most stressed in the world. A Gallup poll found US and Canadian workers ranked highest for daily stress levels. About 57% say they felt stress on a daily basis for all the workers around the world, 43% say they feel stressed that often it's mostly women driving the higher numbers in the U. S. And Canada about 62% of them report daily Feelings of stress where it's only 52% for men. WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell. You stressed Lauren No, I have a pretty good job. Although news is stressful news is actively working is not stressful sports Less stressful. I'd say yes, Nick magical White Sox second basement done for the season after undergoing successful surgery on a right hamstring tear he suffered in Thursday night's game while running out a grounder. Socks say he should be ready to go by spring training next year. Socks hosting Tampa tonight middle of a three game set Dallas cycle starts Alec Mills and make his second started the season for the Cubs. They meet the Mets in New York for the second straight night. Writing Taiwan. Walker goes for the Mets mandatory mini camp for the Bears at Halas Hall began today. W N B a Chicago sky at Minnesota. James Harden, now listed as questionable by the Brooklyn Nets for tonight's NBA Eastern Conference semifinal game against the Bucks. That series is tied at two apiece, hardens been out Since the beginning of Game one with right hamstring tightness and the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning meet in Tampa and the second game and there's Stanley Cup semifinal series. Islanders won Sunday's opener 2 to 1. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN Sports Tom Skilling's forecast from the Perm ACEA Weather Center today, mostly sunny highs in the upper seventies. Cooler lakeside tonight. Clear skies we drop to the mid fifties.
Braintree Offices Recovering From Friday Shootout
"A Braintree police officer who was shot Friday is out of the hospital officer Matt Donahue was released from Boston Medical Center yesterday afternoon. A second officer who was shot Bill Cushing remains hospitalized. The suspect, Andrew Harmon, was killed in the exchange of gunfire Friday. Police dog named Kit also was
Delta Flight Lands Safely After Onboard Incident
"A passenger tried to break into the cockpit yesterday afternoon and was then restrained by others. Onboard hogtied in hand, carried down the narrow aisle all the way to the back of the airplane. This flight attendant had to subdue a passenger after he got up and banged on the door to the cockpit. The delta flight from Elliott to Nashville and all of its 168. People on board had to be diverted to Albuquerque. You can hear the man repeatedly yelling, Stop this plane. You're in a written statement, the airline said, thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta flight, 3 86 l e X to Nashville who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger. That's Nicole Comstock of K. C. B s. The infamous Gate 35
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Day Monday cloudy highs low seventies right now it's 53 at O'Hare, 54 Midway 53 on the lakefront from the Weather Channel. Meteorologist Race Tragic WLS. Amy 90 another update in 30 minutes there. Lori Lightfoot out yesterday announcing Beach season is back in Chicago, Chicago. The like front is open, making the announcement in the video. She says. 22 beaches will be open in Chicago beginning tomorrow. The fate of Deuce Obel. What could be do sample? Dr. I's gonna be put off for a while. The proposal to rename outer Lakeshore drive For John Baptiste to Szabo got delayed for a month by a parliamentary procedure yesterday afternoon in the City Council and now the mayor out yesterday, saying that she would like to see the Riverwalk named for Do sample. Two people were killed. 17 others wounded yesterday in Chicago, including a 16 year old boy who was shot to death in the Roseland neighborhood on the far South side. Chicago police announcing a new foot pursuit policy following the fatal shootings of Adam to Lehto and Anthony Alvarez. Both were shot and killed by officers who ran after them. Top cop David Brown yesterday pursuit On Lee appropriate when there is probable cause for arrest or a belief that an individual has committed or is about to commit a crime. Pursuits, however, are prohibited. It stems from a minor traffic charge on Lee policy goes into effect starting June 11th and today, the busiest travel day of the Memorial Day holiday weekend 37 Million Americans expected to travel this Memorial Day. Weekend. That's up 60% over last year. WLS News time. Nine. Oh, four on the roads right now. Little slow going just about everywhere. 45 minutes now. Oh, here to downtown. And the Stevenson inbound after Ryan the ongoing roadwork, causing delays Accident eastbound, Jane Adams and Higgins Next update 15 minutes. It's Mattress firm's best Memorial Day sale effort for a limited time save up to $500 on top rated mattress. Friends like Celean, Sleepy's Plus, Get a Free adjustable base with your 6 99.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on X96
"Just me. That's what you do. Just leave it there and And tell them Hey, TV show right over there. What are they going to do? Just leave it in there. I think that that's a rude thing to do is rumored to have come here. It's true. It's kind of rude not to have done. You didn't have a dumpster. I'm leaving this crap in your crappy storage unit was a nice storage unit. It was. I mean, if you think about it, I wouldn't leave it in the storage unit if you had a Dumpster. Yeah. Yeah, That's what I mean. Get a damn dumpster. But then the then the TV show gets canceled. So it's but you didn't because it would be rude. It would be worth. I don't wanna be rude to the person who wounds the storage unit. We'll know where the people that work there. They have to do a great man. We gotta deal with somebody else. No, no rap. No, no. Oh, great. We get to go through somebody's stuff. And it's also good lesson in before you put stuff in the storage unit, go through it. Like Don't store stuff That doesn't need story like, hurry. Yeah, It's like we'll just we'll deal with this later. Well, we were dealing with it. Yesterday afternoon in a hurry. Like a lot of boxes of like, what's what's in here? I don't know. Just put it in the put it in the trailer, and now you're hauling a bunch of I don't know across the country, and then you'll get there and open it and go. Oh, yeah. We've probably didn't need to take to this. Did they have dumpsters in Jacksonville? Jacksonville.
4-Year-Old Girl, Two Women Shot in Times Square
"And a four year old girl believed to be innocent. Bystanders are recovering after being shot in Times Square. This happened late yesterday afternoon. One of the women is from Rhode Island. ABC is Diana Rocco has more from Times Square was an argument between a group of people when police say a man pulled out a gun and started shooting that group dispersed. Instead, three innocents people were shot the youngest Four year old girl. She was shot in the leg while buying toys with her parents. Another 23 year old woman, a tourist from Rhode Island was also shot in the thigh and a 43 year old woman from New Jersey was shot in the foot. Police are looking for the people involved. No weapon was recovered from the scene by several shell casings were found.
Flying to New Zealand in 2021
"Get i am welcome to episode fifty nine of af on its saturday. The first of may two thousand and twenty one. The trans tasman travel bubble between his trailer. New zealand is now well and truly arcton and thousands of these have already flipped to new zealand. Take advantage of it in this episode. Chatou alan land from netwave travel about the bible. And what you need tonight before travelling. Td's alienated the mainland. Also coming up how you can claim back. The gs on items eve boy in australia before leading the country for example to new zealand through the tourist refund scheme. And what happens to your frequent flier points after you die that and more is on the way but first let's begin as always with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news from the past fortnight. Firstly qantas says it has now fixed. What appears to have been a widespread problem that so customers with canceled. Classic flight were bookings for multiple passengers only receiving a refund for one passenger in response to questions from sterling. Frequent flyer quanta said that it had identified a temporary issue affecting some moti passenger bookings which has now been fixed but some sterling frequent-flyer members say that they've still experienced this issue in recent weeks. Is that if you have requested a refund for booking with multiple passages over the past few months from quantity might just want to double check that you have received in full. And if you haven't you might want to call qantas to get it rectified. Speaking of refunds if members have also discovered that if you're still waiting for refund of a cash fa or tax component of an award booking from qantas. You can call after eight weeks and the coal santa stop should then be able to process your refund on the spot. But only if you've already been waiting for at least eight weeks. Most destroy state borders have now reopened to travelers from perth and the peo- regions of western australia. After the city's three lockdown ended last. Monday night most states as well as new zealand had removed. Temporary restrictions added on arrivals from perth by the middle of this week and salvage tralee removed its remaining restrictions yesterday afternoon at the time of recording. Victoria is the only state which hasn't yet removed over
Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliot supports firing police officer who shot Daunte Wright
"The whole world is watching. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News those words from Brooklyn Center Minnesota Mayor Mike Elliott after the police shooting of 20 year old Dante, right by a white police officer. The community not far from Minneapolis, with the trial of former police officer charged with the killing, George Floyd is taking place here all collectively devastated. And we have been for over a year now by the killing of George Floyd and that we continue. To be distressed as we go through the Derrick Show Vin Trial shooting took place yesterday afternoon when you roll, Dante right, was pulled over for an expired tag. When police ran his name. They were alerted that he had an outstanding warrant for possessing a pistol without a permit. When police went to arrest him, he resisted and attempted to reenter his car. The officer can be heard on body Cam announcing her intent to use the Taser. But according to the chief, she mistook her Taser for her side on the mayor of Brooklyn Center called for her
Family of 21-month-old boy wounded in road rage shooting in Chicago speaks out
"21 month old baby boy that was shot in the head yesterday afternoon and what police believe was a road rage incident on Lake Shore Drive, said late last night. They think the youngster may be okay. And then he'd already had surgery. Clifton Marvel is the boy's great grandfather and told reporters. He'd like to have a sit down with several people in an outside of Chicago City government believe chief chief of of police police Somebody Somebody over over active active listening listening to to set set a a meeting. meeting. Where Where does does yours? yours? I'm I'm into into me me and and my my family have some ideas. I don't think three on some of this violence, which morning Chicago Police have reportedly been talking to a person of interest in the shooting. Georgia's
Driver of stolen Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance taken into custody
"Authorities pursued a stolen dallas fire rescue ambulance into collin county before eventually taking. Its driver into custody yesterday afternoon. Nbc five reported that the ambulance had been stolen earlier in the day. It was taken from fire station fifty three in far east dallas at about two pm. The ambulance was speeding. North on u s highway seventy five in plano and an unmarked police car was following behind texas department of public. Safety troopers joined the pursuit as the ambulance left the highway and drove through allen for about fifteen minutes repeatedly driving on the wrong side of the city's surface streets. The driver was then apprehended by state troopers shortly before three pm. After a brief attempt to run in the five hundred block of joyce way in mckennie authorities did not release his
Police Stop Vehicle Suspected In 4 Attempted Dallas Area Kidnappings
"Denton and corinth. police arrested. A man who was driving a vehicle that was linked to multiple attempted kidnappings over the weekend in denton county denton. Police stopped the suv late yesterday afternoon. Police said the driver whose identity was not released was arrested on an unrelated charge of driving while intoxicated and is being held at the denton county jail. Meanwhile in the latest kidnapping attempt corinth police said the trying to lure a woman into his vehicle. Shortly after twelve thirty pm yesterday on lake sharon drive. The suspect was wearing a hoodie sunglasses and a medical mask. He did not display a weapon
Capitol Police union urging Congress to increase security after attack
"Attack that killed a Capitol police officer and injured another. The union that represents Capitol police officers is appealing to Congress to further ramp up security immediately. The head of the union's Labor Committee says they're approaching a crisis in morale and force numbers, NBC four reports. The U. S Capitol Police Force is currently several 100 officers below its authorized force level on Friday. Suspect Noah Green, allegedly ram to Capitol police officers. Killing Officer William Evans. Jason Laforest, a good friend of Officer Evans remembered him two news for he was so proud to be, you know, on that force and to, you know, serve and protect our lawmakers in our country In a bit of good news, the officer injured in Friday's attack. Kenny Shaver was released from the hospital yesterday afternoon, the union leader says after 80 Capitol police officers were seriously hurt during the January 6th insurrection. He's asking for hundreds of new officers to be hired and For those on the force already to be retrained. Bruce
1 Dead, 1 Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash in Holyoke, Massachusetts
"Route 91 in Holyoke dies After crashing into another car. This happened yesterday afternoon as 69 year old woman from Julio, driving south bound on the North bound side crashed her Mercedes into a Honda Civic that was in the North bound lane. That woman pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Honda Civic, a 25, year old man from Springfield, taken to Bay State Medical Center with serious injuries. Police still investigating why The woman was on the wrong side of the road Theologian Derry
What we know about Washington DC Capitol attack suspect Noah Green
"Far about yesterday's attack, Capitol police say a man rammed a car into two officers. One officer died and other is in the hospital in stable condition and is expected to survive. That attack happened just before one o'clock and an access point about 100 yards from the entrance of the Senate side of the Capitol yesterday afternoon. The officer who was killed was an 18 year. Veteran of the Force officer Billy Evans was a member of the capital division's first responders unit. The driver's identified his 25 year old Noah Green. Authorities believe he's from Indiana but lived in Virginia. After ramming the officers and the barricade. Police say Green got out of the car with a knife and charged it officers. He was shot and killed. DC Police chief Robert Conte says the attack is not believed at this point to be related to terrorism or the January 6th Ryan and the suspect was not known to police. According to multiple reports, Green recently posted on his Facebook page that he was struggling during the pandemic and lost his job. He was also a follower of the nation of Islam Black nationalist movement. In other news this
Biden Calls for $50 Billion to Boost U.S. Chip Industry
"Speaking in pittsburgh yesterday afternoon president biden lifted the curtain on his two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan and tech plays a key role the proposal allocates fifty billion dollars for the american semiconductor industry which has been grappling with chip shortage that sports automakers to cut production it also includes money for expanding broadband access incentivizing electric vehicle production in investing in research and development. Here's biden citing the historical precedent for spending on our indie when nasa created apollo's digital flight control system unheard of at the time led the technologies that help us today to drive our cars and fly our planes when nasa invent ways to keep food safe for the astronauts and led the programs that have been used for decades to keep food safe and supermarkets at least two thousand products and services have been developed and commercialized. As a result of american space exploration. The outline now goes to capitol hill where lawmakers will hammer out the specifics.
Sen. John Cornyn tours Houston shelter for unaccompanied minors
"Further into Texas now. And here, especially with the help of Catholic charities, one of several nonprofits paid by our government to house migrants migrants here here in in Houston. Houston. This This time, time, it's it's a a group group of of young young women, women, mainly mainly from from Central Central America. America. Senator Senator John John Cornyn Cornyn visited visited that that facility facility yesterday yesterday afternoon. afternoon. Catholic Charities does wonderful work. But I worry that not every child who's placed with the sponsor, particularly not a family member. There's adequate follow up or assurance that they're not being trafficked. Or that they're not being recruited into a gang or they're not being abused. Senator Cornyn says President Biden's policies fueling the cartels, human trafficking and drug smuggling efforts. Meantime, we had
Two Teenage Girls Charged With Murder, Carjacking of Uber Eats Driver
"To girls they. Just thirteen and fifteen were charged with murdering carjacking. Pakistani immigrants killed last week working at his job delivering food and washington. Dc in an incident. A bystander captured on video. Mohammad anwar age sixty six died when police said the girls armed with a taser sped off in his car is he clung to the driver's side with the door opened and crashed seconds later. Just outside the ballpark of the washington. Nationals video posted on saturday shows he encountered unfolding in a minute and a half ending with unwise honda accord on its side. The goes climbing out and a fatally injured anwar sprawled and motion lists on the sidewalk. 'i sunday afternoon. The video had been seen at least five point. Five million times on twitter. Police did not identify the juvenile suspects. One of whom is from the district of columbia and the others from neighboring fort washington maryland anwar who lived in suburban springfield virginia and it was at his delivery job for uber eats when he was killed was go fund. Me post has a quote. Hardworking pakistani immigrants who came to the united states to create a better life for him and his family unquote. The gofundme campaign launched on behalf of his family had raised more than five hundred thousand dollars by yesterday afternoon to cover the cost of a funeral and to provide for his
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"In Hall County yesterday afternoon that shut down state route 60 for most of the afternoon and into the night last night, five vehicles involved in that crash that sent four people to the hospital. The Georgia State Patrol says a tractor trailer that was carrying large beams was traveling north bound on 60 when traffic ahead was stopped. And the tractor trailer couldn't stop in time and ended up hitting three of those vehicles, one vehicle pin between the tractor trailer and another truck, the beams on the tractor trailer shot into that vehicle, according to troopers. The driver who was from Chicago, taking the Northeast Georgia Medical Center with serious injuries. Three other people also taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries, and that included the driver of the tractor trailer. Lloyd Mitchell Crane of Marie Ville. He is facing charges in this accident. Now, you may think less traffic because of the ongoing pandemic means Georgia's roads were safer last year, but GM ends Matt McClure has the result of a new report that might make you think twice about that assumption of thick volume in the state was down as much as 50% last year, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation. But new numbers from the governor's Highway Safety Association show that even with fewer cars George's roads were more dangerous in 2020, particularly for pedestrians. The safety group says pedestrian deaths in our state jumped 4% of the first half of the year with 113 people losing their lives. The agency reports that follows a broader increase in traffic deaths overall last year. But why, Jeannot says speeding, drunk driving and people not wearing seatbelts were all factors in the surge The Gainesville Police Department taking part in a training course this week to learn how to better help people dealing with mental illness or addiction. Lieutenant Justin Martin says the goal of the mental health first day for public safety course is to help officers were late to individuals who are going through a crisis not to necessarily put someone in jail when they need a different type of resource on when that resource is available to, Martin says 100% of the Police department's implore officers will participate in the course, which is being held this week at Linear Tech. Wdun news time 605 All Georgians, 16 and older now eligible for the cove in 19 vaccination, and that starts tomorrow. Governor camp, making the announcement yesterday, saying supplies of vaccine continue to rise and that he's confident enough older adults have been vaccinated, too. Now open up inoculation to the broadest possible population. He's encouraging everybody to take advantage of the opportunity. I'll be getting my shot this Friday down in Waycross. Help encourage all Jordan's to take advantage of this medical miracle of modern signs. The state's administered a 3.2 million doses overall, nearly 2.1 million people getting at least one dose, according to the latest figures. Emeryville branch of the whole county library system is closed through tomorrow. Officials say that closure due to unforeseen circumstances, items will not be do and finds won't be charged during the closure. All other branches of the library system are open. And Emory Healthcare is just opened a new orthopedic in spine care center at the Atlanta Falcons training complex, but it's not just limited to treating professional football players were gonna be able to use it. But I'm also excited for everybody here in the flowery branch area that they're gonna be able to use it as well. That's Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan during an.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Yesterday afternoon. The guard spot for the Warriors. The 61 junior from you've Cellini, Michigan, that steering and always way D O. W a 23 points and six rebounds yesterday to lead the way for the lawyers. Third guard spot for Wayne State. A 64 junior from Detroit. Antonio Marshall 12 points, seven rebounds yesterday afternoon, one forward spot for wing state of 66 sophomore from Detroit, killing Grant. You and Sam with foul trouble Most today yesterday, only two points and six rebounds and the other forward spot for the Warriors, a 66 sophomore from Ann Arbor, Michigan, v. A second Valley state, Avery Lewis. Avery yesterday, eight points and eight rebounds. And that's your Joe's gourmet catering in events. Starting line. It's also fans for me free throw out the Warriors make this season Michigan dairy farmers will donate one gallon of milk to the W Food pantry yesterday. 14 made free throws. That's 14 gallons. Of milk donated yesterday to the W Food pantry. Hopefully we get some or donated here this afternoon, saying three officials as yesterday so we'll see if they called the game like that in the first half. Or the second half. That could be a key to how this game is going to turn out this afternoon. Wayne State told you the opener the destiny at home team today, so they're wearing the home white jerseys with the hunter green and gold trim. Lake State in their road. Alternate gray jerseys, great tops, gray pants, gray shorts, I should say, and whites, numerals and lettering in like ST wins the taps. They go left to right under screen or radio down to start the game and are under way here at the Cooper Gymnasium like Adam's Outside the Arc, left side bounce fast down the pass it best that working against Avery Luis, trying to back him in on the block kicks it back out the fissure. Now Robinson attend to shoot hasn't right corner. Wayne.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Solutions dot com To learn more. That's you hc Medicare solutions dot com On the outbound side of the Dan Ryan Express Approaching Pershing. We have two right lanes blocked with a crash. This is backing up traffic from 31st. Also keep in mind that he was going to talk about it right now. South bound 3 94 that exit toe westbound US. 30 still closed from clean up an investigation from the plane crash yesterday afternoon. I'm Vicky conclusion from the Idot Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Developing this morning. The pilot of that small plane that crashed in suburban Ford Heights has died of his injuries. Viens Ryan Burrow reports. The pilot has been identified as seven year old Lawrence JAG. Men of Frankfurt, Illinois. State police say the small plane crash in a wooded area just west of Illinois, 3 94 and four heights just after 5 P.m. Tuesday. It's still unclear why the plane went down. The FAA says the single engine glass there three hit a light pole and vehicle on the ground before ending up on an embankment. Ryan broke w G a noose tighter restrictions or being imposed in Chicago's West and south suburbs due to a rise in covert 19 cases. Governor Pritzker announcing yesterday that restrictions will be put in place in several counties starting on Friday. Four counties Will can't Kiki to Paige and cane. We'll all see the heightened resurgence mitigations already in place in region, one that's in north western Illinois. That means there is no indoor service and restaurants and bars and groups will be limited to 25 in Illinois yesterday, there were 3700 do Corona virus cases reported and.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Late yesterday afternoon. Got a positive test back late last night. So we're doing what those tracers ask us and others to do. We're going to be quarantining until the department for Public Health says that we've completed what we need to governor Bashir in a video message posted yesterday, the family was not in contact with anyone after the possible exposure, and they wore masks. At the time. Governor Bashir is expected to keep giving his afternoon updates for the state from an empty part of the governor's mansion. Investigating a deadly fire in Claremont County. Firefighters called Ludlow Circle in Pierce Township early this morning after the flames were put out. A person was found dead inside. Another shooting in Cincinnati is police were called The boot. No. Near Harrison about 10 o'clock last night for a person wounded by gunfire. A man is dead after being shot outside a bar in Middletown early yesterday morning that happened on Verity Boulevard. If you could help police in either case, call Crime stoppers at 35 to 30 40. Early voting in Ohio has begun major candidates are visiting the Buckeye State today. Vice president or other former vice president Joe Biden is going to be local and afternoon speech in Toledo. Then he will head to Cincinnati, where he will talk about voter mobilization. Vice President Mike Pence also plans and make America great again Campaign stop in Columbus on Monday as he fills in for President. Trump, who has been sidelined from the campaign trail recently after being diagnosed with covert 19 Joe Biden extended his advertising in Ohio last week where President Trump won big four years ago. I'm Missy drops in. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next update at 9 30 breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw progressive.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Storm Fay formed yesterday afternoon off North Carolina Coast meteorologist Melissa Griffin says it will be off the Jersey shore later this afternoon. That's where the heaviest rain will fall from Philadelphia Jersey Shore up the New York City throughout the day on Friday, Friday afternoon into the evening and into the overnight hours, the heaviest rain moves from New York City up there Hartford and eventually up into New England so we could see the heaviest rain moving into parts of Upstate New York, always back through Maine. Now, Griffin says that the storm is not expected to gain hurricane strength as it moves over land Corona virus cases They're surging in Arizona, Texas and Florida. They are part of a group of Sunbelt states that re opened earlier than other states. Dr. Anthony Fauci has an opinion about that. ABC Matt Gutman reports. Dr Anthony Fauci, warning states with severe outbreaks should seriously look at shutting down, killing 5 30 Eights podcast 19. Some open too fast despite the guidelines, and the recommendation is to open up carefully and prudently. Some states skipped over those and just opened up too quickly. Certainly Florida I know You know, I think jumped over a couple of checkpoints. More than 1/4 of everyone tested in Miami Dade testing positive issue beds are scarce, and patients are dying alone. That's a bee sees Matt Gutman. Extra steps are being taken in Miami Dade to get a handle on the virus. Mayor Human is announcing he will hire 250 contact tracers, and he says an APP will soon be available that will identify local virus hot zones, hiring the tracers to cost $14 million that money coming from the federal cares Act. Local mayors, though, have been critical, including Mayor Francis Soirees of the city of Miami, criticizing Jimenez for not keeping them in the loop on some of his recent actions. Fantasy Fest 2020 Is being canceled. The iconic key West Party will not happen because of the pandemic. The event organizers, though, did Post up save the date message on Facebook for October 22nd through October 31st 2021. Former vice President Joe Biden, laying out more of his plans for the economy. Focusing on a program to buy American foxes. Jessica Rosenthal has that story. The presumptive Democratic nominee spoke to people at the Metal Works factory in Dunmore, Pennsylvania. Joe Biden mocked President Trump's promised to bring back manufacturing, saying he will actually do it. Promising to invest billions in technology are Andy Modernized infrastructure, replenish stockpiles and enhanced national security made her He said President Trump's been too divisive and has failed during the pandemic, carrying on ly about things like the stock market, ending Obamacare or.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WTVN
"Yesterday afternoon but they are expected to be okay the suspect forty two year old Roger would junior allegedly refused to pull over and at one point during the subsequent chase he drove into a corn field the officer's cruiser crashed into a ditch during that chase one officer had to be flown from the scene by medical helicopter but both have since been released wood was eventually caught in Pickaway county Ohio lawmakers are looking at a new bill that could curb elder abuse details of the bipartisan proposal released yesterday show that it would allow family members through power of attorney to put cameras in the rooms of elderly relatives the bill was inspired by an Ohio man who suspected a care giver of mistreating his mother and put a hidden camera in her nursing room home to catch the abuse the bill is set to be introduced next week in both chambers of the state house and Facebook unveiling a new policy in hopes of protecting the twenty twenty census information about the twenty twenty census will be banned by Facebook starting next month the tech giant says both technology and humans will be used to spot violations and the hope is the material will be removed before anyone sees it the company is also prohibiting advertisements that portray taking part in the census as useless and meaningless in the past Facebook has come under fire for not fact checking political ads Google is also trying to prevent misinformation about the census and has set up a team to identify hoaxes camp so fox news news again tonight clear skies.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Lost contact yesterday afternoon I made a call was then put out which activated the Minnesota aviation rescue team the helicopter was found ninety minutes later house Democrats say they have to move swiftly to drop formal articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president left them no choice but to act fast because he's likely to corrupt the system again unless removed before next year's election speaker Pelosi says there's a lot at stake during that election still the White House is not backing down we don't add a nice we organize and we do so in a way that again is unifying for a country is absolutely imperative civilization as we know it today is at stake in the next election the house Judiciary Committee will hold a second hearing Monday to receive the intelligence committee's report outlining those findings against the president and member of the house and tell committee Andre Carson is backing the speaker saying she's made the right decision he called the offenses egregious and says Congress would not be doing its job if we did not condemn this unacceptable behavior through the strongest oversight tools at our disposal he continues it's unfortunate that we have reached this point but the president's actions have left us no choice we must move forward with this process in order to secure the tenets of our democracy and protect the Republic morning and telling company and a concrete company are cleaning up after a fire in Noblesville it was a massive fire crews were called millers telling and a nearby concrete business of Alison will route around seven fifteen last night firefighters say no one was hurt and the working to figure out what sparked the flames this video came to us from the nobles of fire department hazmat crews were on scene making sure chemicals didn't get into waterways a woman from Indianapolis is charged with drunk driving after police say she crashed into a Warren township school bus officers a thirty six year old Sarah novels was speeding on I. seventy west near Emerson Avenue around nine thirty yesterday morning when she lost control and hit the bus with seven children on board one adult and two children were taken to the hospital they should survive their injuries knuckles was also injured and taken to the hospital police say they have reason to believe she had been drinking before the crash happens devastating anytime there's a hacer scratcher one of the old school bus we really get concerned and unfortunately this time it appears that all the students on board the bus seven.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yesterday afternoon I noticed that the one and a half hour long video of Ted Cruz's live stream with Alyssa Milano member that debate that she challenged him to she challenged him she challenged him saying that she wanted to expose all of his B. S. tell your buddy and say be yeah she actually said the words she typed that all out because she's all class with the K. so that happened she wore her very conservative dress in her matronly bonds hit a big fine and then she wore her fake glasses yeah she wore fake glasses and she's not too big strong do you went there to do all the talking this is the thing it's non void when I saw that yesterday I started watching I was like I want to shut it down this is Ted Cruz is so nice and I would've been like no this is not how to work do you want to take me on yeah I miss a few words feminist you don't get to do that so she shows up what to do because you can't fight around fight I'm sorry any of the feminists other wanna give us a call at six eight four eight four four four and explain to me how that works. if she can call her self empowered feminist and she's like oh I need to big strong men to fight my fight because I can't do it myself and this was after because it made out of the entire hour and a half she talked maybe ten minutes total maybe you can't do it and that's even because she started off like she kind of open up the meeting and sad she said out loud I prepared really hard really hard so much bye bye gathering to do. right that's how she did it I'm sorry somebody's gonna have to explain this to me. this is going to have to explain this to me one of her little feminist friends she brought Fred Gruenberg who is the father of Jamie Gutenberg who was killed in the parkland shooting and he is the one that did the bulk of the talking and if and first I was so mad at him because you know obviously everybody grieves for the loss of all those kids right of course but man some of these people make themselves so hard to empathise with when they are so nasty you know I mean and so much of his at the beginning I'll say like for the first part of it he was so nasty towards Ted Cruz and and and just intensely unlikable now they did find common ground that you know why because Ted Cruz is awesome he's a gentleman he is at I mean he will not give in to that he is and I knew it would be yeah I just knew it just by the way that he addressed her with this whole debate stuff I mean this is how he is he is just a gracious awesome do. at the end they were all gracious to each other I mean tad and Alyssa even hugged each other at the end of that and she tweeted after the fact I just left he was gracious I'm unsure if it changes anything but appreciative for the opportunity to bridge the divide was civil meaningful discussion here's the link to the entire meeting and she like to it and Fred Gutenberg also said thank you Ted Cruz for inviting Alyssa Milano dad of the decade I don't know who that other dude was he was kinda useless but he did speak some of the time and I today you were gracious with the ninety minutes you took for our very candid conversation I look forward to continuing it so I mean everyone was all warm and fuzzy and that was the end that's great large impart to take great it's totally due to him because she came at him knew she couldn't have any she couldn't back her own argument and she came by herself it to just sit on it K. one of that would have lasted about ten minutes if she came by yourself because you can't do it yeah and that's why I was like this is ridiculous why am I watching a debate that was supposed to be between Alyssa Milano and Ted Cruz and there are three dudes in the room why is this happening what's going on. yeah this is that this is a modern day feminism y'all yup you park a big bark ladies. break you guys..
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Went under late yesterday afternoon divers and other investigators spent hours searching after multiple witnesses reported seeing a man in trouble swimming in the water based on several witness reports eighty percent chance of sold it to somebody still in the water authorities say there are no missing persons reports from anybody yet but the witness accounts are enough to prompt this large response middle aged male from what we've been told by witnesses he was swimming in one direction you look labor to one point not any distress but then a few minutes later so we don't the help from the water in the German his lan WBZ TV is Jim Smith in Dennis state local police fire officials also dive teams were on the scene to international space station astronauts heading outside for space walk this morning basics and Boeing hope to fly their crews spacecraft to the space station before the end of the year robotics controllers already put a docking port in place for their eventual arrivals astronauts Andrew Morgan indicate will make the power data connections during a planned six and a half hour space walk both Boeing and SpaceX have said they hope to fly before the end of the year but both companies experience delays no launch dates have been announced yet Peter king's CBS news Orlando in the walk is expected to begin at eight twenty this more it's now seven oh three it's time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the breeze we check in with Laurie grand hi Jim got some us some trouble now downtown let's check in with Chris neck she's above in the buffer insurance copter this is not gonna be welcome news for folks on the expressway Laurie we just picked up a crash north value the ordeal title is before the government center exit the left lane is gone so you want to speak to the right to get by that meanwhile is very tough good at the store drive for the lever down rap that's jammed all the way down the children Virginia bounce back beyond Carter street that corporate sixteen the supper table is back to self out to the airport road bike and now the Ted Williams tunnel westbound backed up to Logan Kristin Oct kind of offer insurance copter already coming in from the west of town east bound mass pike heavy congestion now route nine in Framingham in through Weston and again one twenty eight to route sixteen route to we spent his time at school street act into the rotary again approaching the Concord traffic lights approaching Lake Street to L. wife nirvana actually still looking at a pretty good ride a ninety three southbound it's heavier at one twenty eight but doesn't really get tough until Roosevelt circle in December bill route three south at about a thirty minute ride from the New Hampshire border all the way to one twenty eight Laurie Grandy WBZ's traffic on the three now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast hot and humid today and tomorrow that's pretty much the story for the next twenty four to forty eight hours once we get past.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yesterday afternoon then split into two burning an estimated forty two hundred acres officials say the likely spread even more because of high temperatures low humidity and strong winds at least forty towns have been evacuated wildfires are common in southern Europe during the hot dry summer months I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from the ECM see foundation celebrating five years of philanthropy and supporting efforts to improve post secondary education for underserved students learn more at ease C. M. C. foundation dot org and the listeners who support this NPR station this is hidden brain I'm shocker of it on to in two thousand eleven Richard Freeman was studying scientists specifically how scientists work together Richard was a Harvard economics professor noticed something surprising scientists in the United States stick to their own kind you'd see Chinese folk concentrated in one lamp Indian folk concentrated another land Europeans of different groups associating more with their compatriots this was not surprising you see this kind of clustering in lots of work places what is your thought not to be different in general people who are more alike likely to think more like one of the things that gives a kick to science and scientific productivity is that you get people with somewhat different few different perspectives coming together.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our report which military hardware was moving that at times it appeared Washington was under attack the stealth bomber oddly shaped to deceive radar led a fleet of eighty two planes over the parade route got the loudest applause of the day there's a stealth bomber we had eighty two planes Y. Yang over I'm back he three yet missile got the biggest applause nineteen ninety one ladies and but the drive by say we don't do this it's on the seemingly we have never done this and yet one more chrysalis the out from C. N. N. yesterday afternoon listen to this let me just remind people George W. bush Barack Obama Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan George Herbert Walker bush all these people were president on July fourth all of them were patriots whether they're Republicans Democrats none of them chose to make this July for earth into it's not a political event remains receive a personal event like Donald Trump has and ask yourself the question of why you don't even know what you're talking about I need to know what he's talking about not the president ever sought to make not just their inaugurations they were limited to break we're up against it on time the EIB network open line Friday on Wednesday afternoon.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Traffic yesterday afternoon. Officer Kris van hurt him was struck about four thirty while directing traffic at the intersection of range road and route one eleven in Windham after the traffic lights failed because of a power outage, the operator of the vehicle that hit officer Ben hurt him identified. Sean Norton of Salem, New Hampshire. Captain, Mike Karen is with the Wyndham police department. Areas cooperating with us the accident at this time is under investigation. The officer was taken to south New Hampshire medical center in Nashville for treatment. No word on his condition. Police say sun glare and the malfunctioning traffic signals were contributing factors. It is ten. Oh, three. And let's check traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Good morning. Good morning to you, Shirley, we do have a couple of slow spots. One of them is on the expressway headed northbound. Your drive time bringing three to Boston coming in at about thirteen minutes tend to end it's starting to bunch up around the Poncet heading up towards Columbia road. And actually, it looks like there's a breakdown reported in the area near savage hill on the northbound expressway before you get to Columbia, southbound expressways, okay? Down to Braintree. Route three is okay. Along the south shore. No delays on the lower end of one twenty eight root datum in Needham out west of town. The pike looks good both ways downtown Boston. The lower deck ends as Kim refine Leverett connector on the inbound side looks fairly sluggish heading down to stir. Oh, Dr a west is heavy out towards the longfellow bridge. Tobin and airport tunnels row K and north of town route one southbound very heavy and slow starting around Wall Street. It's jammed solid from there down to pothole patching crews making their way on route one south taking out various lanes.
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And saying we're apprehending terrorists at the border. In fact, that's not the case it's not the border as you said, it's at the airport. Well, this was a bid first of all to claim or try to claim some of the gravitas of the Oval Office in this setting. You saw his press conference this week. It was a disaster was award salad. And what they want to do is put him on a camera in the Oval Office with some prepared remarks to get on message and get back on their message. Which is there's a crisis here as. You know, it's an important emergency. There are people coming through the border watch out be afraid that's their message. But but the issue they have here is that the crisis here is one they've created the person who wants the world the most is the president. He's saying I'm not move on your government until I get my wall. That's a losing proposition for his party in the long term. Why do you think Mark the president is gaining by putting so much attention at the border and on this immigration crisis that he's saying it is immigration crisis and not and taking away from what's happening within the government right now. I don't think he's gaining anything because history has shown shutdowns it never worked out for those who perpetrate him. I mean Gingrich got written outta town in the shutdowns of the ninety s I think he's fooling himself. Look back at the care of it. That was supposed to have been an emergency. And everybody was coming on his caravan that went away, and it definitely didn't help in the midterms. So adams. He wants to make it seem like he's giving in by saying still slack to saying look on giving it to the Democrats because they don't necessarily want. They don't wanna concrete while they just want steel slapped. It seems like they like steel better as he's on the south lawn yesterday afternoon work is long as a government shutdown. The majority of American people blame him for the shutdown. He's the one acting like spoiled child, so we can go to slats fence, whatever he wants to call it as long as the government is shutdown. He's gonna pay a price for it. But I hadn't seen here. So I think the president and his team were trying to back into a win because guess what? There are ready still slats on their border. There is already a fence on parts of the border wall on parts of the border and surveillance on parts of the border. The border is protected and the big thing is propounded is not true. Which is that there's some kind of Hooper in border on the south there in what's happening is that there is some kind of refurbishment of the seal slashing some places, you could clam that's already happening. But I think he's trying to get himself to something that's already there. So he can. Call it a wall and walk away and say one I I want to bring in democratic congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton of c congressman thanks so much for joining us this evening very much. Appreciate it. I I wanna get your reaction to the president announcing that he's going to be giving an address from the Oval Office tomorrow evening at nine pm. What do you want to hear from the president tomorrow night? I let my indicate what the significance of this address is if you look at the polls, the president is losing he's going to give the address because he's trying to get the American people where they are not now one way to understand this is to see the wall crumbling around him, for example, maybe not enough people care about section eight housing where people get a third of their housing from the federal government or even food stamps, but the president has already caved on IRS funding. And guess what? He can't you can't pick and choose we'll give you back your IRA. S funding, but we won't do your housing funding. That's what he's trying to do. Now that money would have to come out of the general fund, the wool with our s funding may be the biggest crack yet in the wall. We've got stop talking about the wall as if that is some kind of of metaphor. Let's look at what. In fact, we're talking about this. The sides are nowhere near for apart..
"yesterday afternoon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Ahead in the countdown from earlier yesterday afternoon and it's a good thing i think major league baseball would rather have the metropolitan's in the afternoon uh the night when men and women are at work in the kids are during school what is it what had seven seven breathing seven six six six six kamran calling from huntington camera neuron of vanderhoek seventy hey dave i would love to get your feedback on what happened to me at the net gain to pass tonight um i do my of i hear you have go ahead okay so while everyone is making a big deal over the nice guy oh yeah right on ban even know healing got four thing i almost spent a night in jail for literally holding up a sign and wearing a teeshirt saying buyers perry modify keep going well here's the thing i mean you know you're bringing up something that certainly as a sensitive matter with uh with what was going on from last night what was going on today and you may of noticed if you were one of those watching the metropolitan's from earlier yesterday you may have noticed mr mad has a twin brother and right away you could tell the difference between the mr met that you saw yesterday as was thursday afternoon at a certainly a difference between the mr met you saw thursday afternoon and has evil twin from two games ago number one mr met on thursday afternoon was using all of his fingers a high five the fans passing out the goodies to make good and make up from what we saw when mr mad put himself on waivers my flipping to a fan what you might see how you might say flying overhead shut john you're your life hey okay so let mr man i question what are you seriously you're mr met i see that doubles zero mr met but what are you are you are you a a baseball that a child wished to become is only friend and then you're the result was that your origin are.