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"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the
Chicago - Cold, Windy Day Ahead
"Conrad look for sunshine breaking through here in the afternoon hours but a windy cold day for us with daytime high readings in the lower forties and with those strong northwesterly winds gusting up to forty five miles per hour it will feel like a low thirties all day long for tomorrow a daytime high of forty four degrees with a twenty percent chance for very isolated rain snow shower will hold into the lower to mid forties here for Wednesday as well keeping a thirty percent chance for some rain snow showers here Wednesday upper forties for Thursday with the chance for rain showers we could make it to near the fifty degree mark on
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nonessential in New Jersey had to shut down and for New York the deadline is tonight at eight thirty four degrees in New York City mostly sunny this afternoon getting up to a high of forty four degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from Drexel University recognizing one hundred years of a cooperative education programs that prepare students to address the challenges of a changing world more at Drexel dot EDU slash ambition can't wait and his **** selling business insurance tailored to fit the needs of each small business quotes information on insurance policies are available at Hiscox dot com Hiscox business insurance experts if you believe democracy requires three press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news conversation this is weekend edition from NPR news under the Garcia Navarro we'll check in now with France's swaras he's mayor of the city of Miami and he's been posting videos of his experiences with pope at nineteen so far so good no major symptoms last night I was feeling a little bit of aches and pains good morning today is day three since I tested positive for the corona virus and Francis wars joins us now on the line there welcome to the program hi Lou how are you I am well how are you more importantly how are you feeling I actually.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty four degrees in Boston at three thirty good afternoon I'm talking cope and here's what's happening the number of people affected by the coronavirus in Massachusetts has increased state department of public health now reporting five new cases in the state bringing the total of thirteen one confirmed case twelve presumptive positive cases means they tested positive at the state lab and will be sent to the CDC for official confirmation also state insurance officials now instructed insurers to cover all costs related to the corona virus including testing treatments and any future vaccine and move aimed at removing barriers for people are worried I may have got the disease for getting tested and treated and ignore what eleven town officials and employees including the general manager of the school superintendent ourself quarantining after they attended a private event with someone who has tested positive for corona virus the person who tested positive as in Norwood resident but not a town employee and there were a total of thirty people at that event they've all been contacted by their local health department to be informed of the need to self quarantine for fourteen days in Rhode Island meantime the state's largest hospital group discouraging visitors to their hospitals citing a local coronavirus cases state of New York among the latest to report more cases of coronavirus your governor Andrew Cuomo declares a state of emergency as he announces a couple dozen new cases of the corona virus in New York City and its suburbs seventy six cases in New York ten people are hospitalized that's about fifteen percent which is in line with what we said about twenty percent will be sick and may require hospitalization there's also a huge surge in cases in Italy more than twelve hundred cases and thirty six deaths were reported in a single day the effects extend to the Vatican pope Francis will deliver his next to public blessings by video instead of in person CBS's Charlie d'agata.
"Flood watch continues FOR spots of any county in Virginia for saying berries and cover counties of Maryland until seven AM Friday morning off and on showers will continue tonight slight chance of thunderstorms across the southern suburbs still some heavy rain at times many across the southern suburbs of temperatures holding in the forties Cheryl and by late in the morning on Friday as a cold front comes through them funny if it'll be mostly cloudy rather windy our house been the forties or fifties plus temperatures will drop funny after behind the front Saturday will be partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper forties Saturday night mostly cloudy slight chance before your sprinkle no snow accumulations with lows never twenties to mid thirties will turn partly to mostly sunny on Sunday highs mid to upper forties and warmer with a chance of showers on Monday with highs in the middle fifties I'm storm team four meteorologist like Stanford temperatures around the Washington area right now starting at Reagan national airport we're we've got forty five degrees dollars reporting in AD forty four B. W. I. Marshall forty two am or holding in the forties around much of the greater Washington area forty one degrees and green bell tonight forty four degrees and resting and we've got forty five degrees in
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At the day forty four degrees forty two Tuesday Wednesday forty six and then by Thursday maybe he rumbles of thunder weather high temperatures in the mid forties roadways then give yourself extra time because we are gonna be dealing with like road conditions especially on untreated roadways a lot of the county roadways probably not the best of shape this morning so if you're listening and some of those outlying areas give yourself extra time and just take a conscious heading out on the roadways here this picture I for sixty five east side near Pendleton pike looks good for right now the camera's not frozen over so that's progress there compared to the north west side east side here for right now in bound lanes of I. seventy heading into the north split haven't really seen many stretches of delay traffic still early we're not looking at a whole lot of commuter activity there but that that's usual route again I would just use caution there the Emerson Avenue in that camera near I. seventy not the best of use just because we saw some present present precept overnight so again just take it easy they're out on the roadways he said Dr times Pendleton pike McCord still twenty four sixty five in a forty minute drive seventy from green fields the north slope to shine a twenty minute commute forty sixty five in a twenty two minute warning drive back after the break this is daybreak on wish TV and ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile news let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn.
DC-area forecast: Seasonably cold with a gusty wind today
"Gusty gusty winds winds in in the the wake wake of of our our little little bit bit of of snow snow yesterday yesterday so so maybe maybe a a flurry flurry around around this this morning morning clouds clouds which which sunshine sunshine today today wins wins especially especially this this afternoon afternoon wind wind advisory advisory eleven eleven o'clock o'clock this this morning morning until until five PM this evening forty four degrees winds could gust up to fifty miles an hour on a stage the weather channel W. I mean right now it is thirty in Leesburg twenty seven in Germantown thirty four at Reagan national
Patriots face familiar faces in wild-card round vs. Titans
"Of big cats came in Foxboro Saturday night the wild card match of taking on the Titans right now that a thirty kick off for a looking at a forty four degree temperature pretty windy and pretty rainy as well as I can bode well for the patriots so I guess your guess is as
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty four degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don huff. Here's what's happening fired up, President Trump rally tonight in Michigan collusion. Delusion is over the president. Now calling on Democrats to apologize. Partisan investigation. They will apologize to the American people and join us to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. This was the president's first political rally since the special counsel closed the Russia investigation. Democrats want the entire Muller reports said to be more than three hundred pages released a Bill Rick company Lynn way auto auction at its president James lamb indicted on five counts of manslaughter following a deadly crash. Nearly two years ago in two thousand seventeen incident left five people dead after the driver of the Jeep accelerated while entering the auction house and hit a crowd back in two thousand fourteen OSHA investigated, the company after another accident at that time lamb promised to fix a number of deficiencies, but did not according to DA Marian. Ryan further determined that the inaction of Mr. Liam is the president acting on behalf of the auction company was the cause of this fatal crash. The driver of the Jeep will not be charged. Ryan says lamb could be facing a lengthy jail cell. Silence. The penalty for manslaughter to an individual is a maximum of twenty years in state prison for cats. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. No comment yet from lamb Manchester, New Hampshire three people dead following a standoff with police at a hotel that lasted more than twelve hours. Here's WBZ TV's Katie brace. Investigators are still here and say could take a couple days to collect all of the.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Forty four degrees. Partly cloudy in New York. I'm Bob Brown. The stories you'll be talking about seventy seven WABC a husband of white. House adviser Kellyanne Conway again twitting mental health diagnosis guidelines part of his claim President Trump is mentally unfit. President responded the president taking aim at someone who was questioned his mental health. He tweets George Conway often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway is very jealous of his wife success and angry that I didn't give him the job. He so desperately wanted. I barely know him. But just take a look a stone cold loser and husband from hell Conway with three words periods on each one responding. You are nuts doing the patriots owner Robert Kraft reportedly will take his chances in court turning down a plea deal in his prostitution solicitation case. Federal prosecutors are reportedly seeking deals with some of the wealthy parents charge in the college admissions scandal Federal Reserve is leaving its key interest rate unchanged. Mayor de Blasio and house speaker Nancy Pelosi pushing for. Passage of the American dream act, which would offer some illegal immigrants a chance at citizenship. I believe that people this country understand quite well that we have thrived because of immigration that has made us strong, and that they know are dreamers in particular needs to be protected. The American dream and promise sack would give more than two million children. Brought to the US legally a path to citizenship. Lawmakers are proposing a lifetime subway ban for people who have two or more sex crime related convictions in the system BBC's. Rob Dawson reports NYPD is for it to me, it defies.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty four degrees in Boston at five o'clock. Good afternoon on Laurie Kirby. And here's what's happening. A suspect is under arrest in the Netherlands accused of opening fire on a tram killing three and wounding several more. Well, we just heard from. The Dutch Justice Minister describing how authorities tracked down their suspects person was on camera on the surveillance camera. So we were able to very to support him to also connect him to a runaway car. The suspect has a criminal history and was born in Turkey, but the minister warned against any early speculation about a motive and said it's critical at this point for an independent investigation to go through the evidence. Well, the helicopters are down the dogs out of the woods in Waltham. But police are still on the lookout for a man, they say should be considered armed and dangerous residents received this reverse nine one one call early today at the police are in the area of the mainstream in western lying. Searching for a possible armed schools were under a shelter in place all day in Waltham. WBZ's? Kendall Buhl tells us how this all began domestic assault. Call that said Walton police to an extended stay hotel in the early hours this morning. The suspect Darren diet had fled. And the victim told officers diet had made reference to being armed with a handgun. Detective sergeant Steve McCarthy says is search was launched about a half hour after this incident party was spotted at the area of mainstream via road in pursuit ensued at that point got away and given the possibility they had an armed and violent suspect on the loose police use reverse advise residents to keep their doors. Locked in their eyes open at all clear what out two and a half hours later once patrols and the state police chopper at scoured the area without contact from Waltham KENDALL Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio long lines for the halls of the Hines today. Thousands of job seekers have been applying for spots at the slots. New encore casino will open an Everett soon and WBZ's Doug cope talked to some people in line hope to deal card serve drinks or work in the hotel at encore. This woman wants to be a concierge and as far as working in a casino is concerned. That's okay. I did apply for the hotel position. But even working.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Forty four degrees and mostly cloudy. I'm rob Dawson with the story she'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC. The owner of the New England Patriots is facing criminal charges in south Florida where he's accused of soliciting the services of a prostitute Robert Kraft allegedly made two stops if the orchids of Asia day spa in Jupiter, Florida getting more than just a massage the video that we obtained it shows the at that took place Jupiter police detective Andrew sharp says the seventy seven year old billionaire was caught up in a regional sex trafficking enforcement operation that involved hundreds of arrests from south to central Florida. A craft spokesperson denies any wrongdoing because craft lives out of state and arrest warrant will be issued in Miami, Rory O'Neill NBC News Radio and now we're hearing from craft a spokesperson for the owner says we categorically deny that Mr. craft engaged in any illegal activity. The NFL says they're monitoring developments. What the case President Trump is commenting on the situation with craft. They are both good friends. Well, it's very sad. I was very surprised to see it. He's proclaimed his innocence, totally. And but I I surprised to say the president speaking to reporters at the White House, he touched on several other topics including the impending completion of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling and potential collusion with the Trump campaign. The president expressed confidence the report will show no evidence of collusion. Transit advocates say what else do we need to prove the subways are falling? Apart transit advocates say a near deadly mess of a wooden plank falling from an elevated subway tracks through the windshield of a vehicle in Woodside will hopefully get the attention of state lawmakers in passing congestion pricing Bill to help pay for a crumbling transit system. Daniel coats with the riders alliance says they just need to list, what better way, more.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Station at forty four degrees at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Mayor de Blasios says all workers in New York City should get two weeks. Paid time off he says five hundred thousand people would benefit New York City would be the first city was such a vacation requirement. The city council will have to approve the proposal. President Trump will likely host another meeting with congressional leaders today to discuss the partial government shutdown a quarter of the federal government has been out of funding since the twenty second of December in Congress's deadlock over funding that Trump is demanding for a massive border wall while addressing the nation last night. Trump said there's both humanitarian and security crisis at the border with this shutdown entering day nineteen and both sides deadlocked. The president is heading to Capitol Hill today to rally his own party behind his demand for a border wall. But a growing number of Republicans are signaling it's time to reopen. The government. With or without a wall. As hundreds of thousands of Americans struggle in the face of growing hardship, eight hundred thousand federal workers are not being paid roughly half of the made to work anyway. And now they're on the verge of missing their first paycheck. That's ABC's Mary, Bruce. And here's the reaction from new Jerseyans to the ongoing shut down. The government shutdown is now in its third week night. We get paid a lot of money to figure this stuff out so figured out. But every time we get into a situation. They just push it down the road a little further. So let's settle the problem now and stop the nonsense. Democrats. Call a wall ineffective and unnecessary. Well, President Trump says there's a security crisis at the border, and he's demanding five billion for this wall. The bully way of doing things if you don't do what I want you to believe until you do that's not the way to do it. We should have a wall. Don't you? Protect your home this show by our president. And there's no crisis at the border. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten double the OR. Protests have broken out in Paterson, New Jersey, people are demanding answers after the death of a twenty seven year old man who died after seeking help from police. Hundreds taking to the streets of Paterson, New.
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"Alley and Amazon trying to convince Long Island city residents at their moved to town. We'll be a good thing in sports the Blue's four three NFL wildcard called and Cowboys win cloudy skies. Forty four degrees on our Saturday January fifth could evening, I'm Maria Garcia. CBS news update. No headway made and talks
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is forty four degrees at eleven o'clock at morning. I'm Joe Bartlett. Fire department officials responding to a report of a wall collapsed on a person at Bloomingdale's flagship store Manhattan, fire crews responded to the store and third avenue and fifty ninth street about ten o'clock this morning, no word on the condition of that person. And whether construction was going on at the time this collapse happened in the basement of Bloomingdale's, President Trump says Democrats, no they can't win in twenty twenty. So they've resorted to presidential harassment. He says their opposition to his border wall is strictly politics. White house. Visor Kellyanne Conway says the Democrats aren't really taking the shutdown seriously either yesterday, they just ignored an interrupted and was frankly, frankly, just very rude and dismissive Nancy Pelosi going to be handed the speakers gambled today as Democrats take control of the house. And they're going to use their new majority to pass a pair of bills to fund the government more diverse congress than ever it's the same old stalemate Democrats, take control of the house. They plan to bring up two bills that had previously passed the Senate before the shutdown began that would reopen the government the first one would reopen all agencies for funding through the end of the fiscal year except the department of homeland security the second Bill would give the department about a month worth of funding. So they could hammer out a deal on border security, and will they are expected to pass after everyone's sworn in as afternoon, they're not likely to go anywhere. The majority leader in the Senate said he's not going to quote waste their time on bills, the president has no intention of signing. Serena Marshall, ABC news the capitol. Meanwhile, the incoming speaker Nancy Pelosi talking about impeachment and indictment Pelosi on NBC's today. Show says she doesn't accept the idea that a sitting president cannot not be indicted that that is conclusive. No, I do not below. She says she will wait until special counsel. Robert Muller's report is final before moving forward. With a possible impeachment vote in house a program to provide low income New Yorkers discounted metro cards. Still has not started even though it was supposed to begin on New Year's day. It was back in June the fair fares initiative was approved but the program giving low income New Yorkers half-off subway and bus rides still not in place, mayor de Blasio was asked about it. Just a few days we will announce exactly how people can start applying for half price metro cards. It's not clear who would be eligible but advocates have pushed for New Yorkers who live at or below the poverty line to have access to them. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W O R Newark, getting safer city officials announcing today that crime there has dropped by fifteen percent in two thousand eighteen compared to the year earlier that includes the fewest homicides in a decade, and it's part of a national trend. Apparently Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson announcing murders in his city down about fifteen percent twenty. Eighteen can also be defined as a year of progress in partnership in terms of our efforts to reduce violence. There were also reductions in murders in Saint Louis New Orleans, Milwaukee Detroit, demoain, cutting it's murder rate in half. Preliminary numbers from the Brennan center for Justice estimating the murder rate in the country. Thirty biggest cities down nearly six percent, however cities like Washington DC, Philadelphia. And Indianapolis saw an increase in murders in two thousand eighteen Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago Brooklyn medical examiner investigating after boy died of suffering and allergic reaction to cooking fish it. Eleven year old Cameron Jean-Pierre smelled Yoder New Year's day went into.
Ted Woodward, Dan Holiday And Wichita discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"For a while today or high fifty six as wins turn to the northwest this afternoon, a clearing sky late tonight, low thirty six and in sunny and windy tomorrow. Thursday's high near fifty I'm s s meteorologist, Dan holiday. Currently in Wichita have a breeze out of the south southwest. It is forty four degrees. We have fog in the area. K N S S news now, I'm Ted Woodward. Wichitas number one talk is k and s s
"forty four degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I Megan Bishop forty four degrees. Here are some of the stories. We're following for you, President Trump says he did not break. Any campaign finance rules by paying off women to keep quiet about alleged affairs. He'd hoped to Twitter this morning, saying the payments were done correctly as a simple private transaction nut as a campaign contribution, and the workweek getting off to a very slow start for millions of people across the southeast where that major winter storm dumped, huge amounts of snow. Two thousand flights have been canceled three hundred thousand residents still without power in the Carolinas. Tennessee and Virginia General Motors, employees planning a large protest of the automaker's restructuring plans to close five plants and lay off as many as fifteen thousand workers lawmakers in Lansing and Washington DC trying to pressure GM do rethink the decision which the automaker says is based on now positioning itself for the future with the tournament. And electric vehicles and the little fearless girls statue now sits outside her new home in front of the new York Stock Exchange, she's to inspire female leadership in corporate America. The four foot tall bronze sculpture gained so much popularity. It was decided she'd stay there. Permanently quick check of your money. On Wall Street. The Dow is down one hundred and twenty five points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, A dot com. It's brought to you by I mart credit union. More of the Glenn Beck show ahead. But I look at traffic and weather together. About.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Forty four degrees and cloudy. I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC a federal appeals court in Philadelphia has upheld a major part of the bridge gate convictions of two former governor Christie staffers WABC Sara Lee Kessler has more on what's next former Christy Brigitte, Dan, Kelly and export authority. Honcho? Bill Baroni were convicted two years ago of deliberately causing traffic jams on the GW bridge in a bizarre form of jersey payback designed to punish fort Lee's Democratic mayor for failing to endorse governor Christie for reelection Kellyanne Baroni of remained free pending appeal. The judge did throw out a part of the case dealing with civil rights violations. But the main conviction has been upheld, which means the duo will likely head to prison sooner rather than later. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news New Yorkers will once again gear up for another. Exciting tree lighting at Rockefeller Center to usher in holiday cheer on the NYPD. Of course will be out in full force, making sure the event is say, we do not have any current threats at this time, and as usual commission estates, adamantly, it's a shared responsibility. So if you do happen to see something suspicious. Please let an officer. Now NYPD chief Rodney Harrison, the NYPD says they are partnering with the FBI just like they did for thanksgiving on drone sensing technology. What's going to learn officers if there's unauthorized drone flying around in the area the man killed in that minivan crashed in Chinatown is being identified as fifty six year old Chun Zang, Elmer's queens police say an elderly driver from Orange County jumped a sidewalk last evening while trying to parallel park plowing into Zang and six other people and a fruit stand while the mini van was in reverse for people suffer critical or serious injuries. Henry Herman who seventy years old and his from Monroe is charged with seven counts of failure. To yield to pedestrians failure to exercise due care and other traffic violations along the border in California. Mexico is struggling to deal with those waiting on the other side of the border have to.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is forty four degrees at two o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman amount estate charges after police say he lost control of his vehicle and hit multiple people in Chinatown, and why PD captain Michael gillen says seven people in all were struck with one person pronounced dead at the scene a fruit. Stand up stand on the corner. And as he was attempting to park at the end up on the sidewalk striking the seven and two of those in critical condition. Police say the driver lost control of his minivan while he was trying to parallel park near canal street, an Allen street. ABC seven reports the driver's been charged with seven counts of failure to yield and failure to exercise due care. Governor Murphy's urging New Jersey lawmakers to pass a Bill raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour before the end of the year. Murphy says in January it goes up to eighty five an hour, and that is the fifth most insufficient in the nation. He says when it comes to the adjusted cost of living Murphy argues raising it to fifteen bucks would help about a quarter of the state's workforce. Police are identifying the woman whose body was found by two teenagers Sunday afternoon and the Taunton. Ville section of Staten Island say thirty year old Yelena Rupp, Keno was found dead naked and burned at long pond park. Authorities believe she had likely been there for several days and her death is being considered suspicious. Currently no arrests have been made in the investigation is ongoing and cops say they're treating the case as a homicide. They're also trying to figure out if she was killed in the park, or if her body was dumped, their meantime, a friend has said that she had been missing for a week. I'm Lisa G for seven ten W. O funeral is today for New York state, Senator Jose Peralta, the queen's lawmaker just forty seven years old died unexpectedly thanksgiving eve, leaving behind a wife and two sons a few. General will be held at ten thirty this morning at Saint Joan of arc Roman Catholic church in Jackson heights for the first time ever. An African American woman will become the New York state Senate majority leader in the late eighties longtime Newsday correspondent Rex Smith pen the freeze three men in a room to describe the inner workings of Albany politics. But now a moment of history state Senator and democratic leader Andrea store cousins is slated to be chosen as the body's majority leader making her the first woman in New York's history to lead a majority legislative conference and both the New York state Senate and assembly are headed by African Americans. The assembly speaker Carl hasty now to be joined by majority leader Stewart cousins of the Senate.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"This drug addiction has taken everything and everyone I've ever loved away from me like everything Rebecca allowed her. Withdraw to be recorded and the intimate. Details are shown in a video airing online and on television. This isn't just happening to other people over there, whoever you think that is it happening to your friends. It's happening in your neighborhood. And it could happen to you. That's truth initiatives, CEO, Robin Kovalev wants people to know how quickly addiction can start opioid dependence can happen in just five days. The National Institute of drug abuse reports. Nearly eighty percent of heroin users started with prescription opioids, Suzanne Monaghan KYW NewsRadio. President Trump says he's not happy with General Motors plan to cease production at a number of plants and lay off nearly fifteen thousand North American workers. The president reacted angrily to the GM decision, particularly the company's plan to shutter its plant in northeastern Ohio where GM makes the Chevy Cruz. I have no doubt that in a not too distant future for something else. They better put something else. Mr. Trump didn't say what he'd do if GM doesn't keep. It's Lordstown Ohio plant open. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House at the broadcast center in spring garden. We have cloudy skies going to thirty seven degrees overnight. Now Tuesday will be mostly sunny, windy and cold with a high of forty four degrees. Hey, why w news time eleven twenty two. Here's your traffic and transit on the twos. Dulcie drive closed at one thirty. This is.
CIA considered potential truth serum on terror suspects
"Shot a million dollar. Civil lawsuit has also been filed against the officer seven twenty forty four degrees in Boston this used to be called parking. But in a day of self driving cars, there's no virtually no limit to what activities motorists can partake in on the go. A new study from the very academic sounding annals of tourism research says when robot cars. Become normal. We'll all be eating sleeping and fooling around in our vehicles. That sounds pretty fun. But the researchers point out the new roles could cause economic disruption for roadside restaurants highway motels even prostitution study, author Scott Cohen tells fast company, it's not impossible to imagine a red light district on the move, especially when you take into account, according to some polls sixty percent of us have had sex in a car at some point in our lives, Cheri Preston. ABC news look at Wall Street today much better than yesterday. But still the market is in the red can't seem to shake at the Dow down triple digits one hundred points. Exactly, NASDAQ and S and P struggling as well yesterday, though, much different story. Six hundred point selloff used to be called here at WBZ at seven twenty one speaking of unusual activity these days aviation officials in Ireland are investigating a series of reports in which pilots have described seeing bright lights moving quickly over the skies of Ireland. These lights were lights were observed from two airlines. Last Friday morning. There were no scheduled air activities in the vicinity of those light flashes. At the time seven twenty two time now to get caught up on Hollywood with the entertainment report from Romeo at kiss HBO is just an ounce at the final season of game of thrones will premiere in April of two thousand nineteen no specific release date yet. John Mayer says rapper Drake helped him get sober says he was at his thirtieth birthday last year made a complete fool of himself in realize it's time to get some help mayor says not drinking anymore took some adjustment. But he's doing well Stanley says the fantastic four saved him from quitting comics years ago. Back in one thousand nine hundred sixty after he was already in the business for twenty years says he was ready to get out fell in
"forty four degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"During the forty four degrees. Overnight Sunday will be milder with clouds and breaks of sun showers develop at night, high fifty eight back to work on Monday to a mix of sun and clouds that'll be breezy with an isolated shower. High fifty seven Tuesday, mostly sunny and nice by fifty nine the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes. Synagogue Shalom in spring garden was the scene of several coming of age celebrations. Saturday, many congregants were shocked by the events in Pittsburgh KYW's, Kimberly Adams, reports synagogues a place you're supposed to go and feel like you're safe. Ginny Preska attending celebration services with her family says she was sick. And by the events in Pittsburgh, and our heart goes out to the family for husband, Michael agrees. It's frightening, especially we're here with our son to coming of age celebrations ended in sadness. Once these congregates got word of the tragedy. Jake Cohen from Boston whether it's our community or someone else's. That's not acceptable trustee Gillmeister is encouraging everyone to be compassionate. We all must be not only vigilant, but work to change hearts and minds Emberley Adams, KYW, NewsRadio Haverford woman is shaken up by the news of Pittsburgh because that synagogue used to be her synagogue KYW's, Kim, Glovas has more Rachel Bigler was a member of the tree of life synagogue from twenty eleven to two thousand thirteen when she. Move here. She has nothing but fond memories of the place, it'll be close warm welcoming. It was really a nice place to be particularly because when interface couple so there were just a welcoming and warm to everyone. Spoiler says the layout of the building was opened with lots of rooms. It's a long building. There are several entrances that you can go in and there's multiple buildings attached to each other. When she heard the news just really devastated because you can picture yourself being there, and you can picture the people who were there, you know, very heartbroken Kim Glovas. KYW NewsRadio Vania. Governor Tom Wolfe says his heart breaks for members of the Jewish community. I can't express the sadness appall Pennsylvanians feel for what happened today. I want to give condolences first of all to the victims of this tragedy their families and their friends into this community wolf saying there is no place in the Pennsylvania. Commonwealth for hate the shooting is being investigated by the FBI as a hate crime. My heart breaks for the members of the Jewish community today, all Pennsylvania mourns with. With you. Governor wolf ended by saying that Pennsylvania along with the nation stands by the Jewish community in other news once again, even during the middle of a national crisis of terror, even while these mystery package is showed up. It was politics as usual KYW's special contributor. Larry Kane takes a look at the politics of terror everyone asks for harmony, but in the forty eight hours of suspense and anxiety was intensified by the politicians who are supposed to commerce for his part. The president added to his call for unity with new attacks on what he calls the mainstream media. He seemed offended that the man this in the mail overshadowed the election campaign, the Democrats whose leaders retargeted laid the blame directly at the president. You would think that fear itself would unite the nation, but through all this free election maneuvering and crisis politics there is a bright spot. Some Americans got the job done the much-maligned professionals at the FBI and the police and other investigators broke the case with professional. Urgency at the same time, the political class urged unity, but planted more seeds in the growing age of harsh vision Americans have showed courage war and many challenges overseas now as the election nears, the big challenge seems to be the need to stop the battling between us. Larry Kane, KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time is one fifty two. He's a traffic and transit on the twos. But take a look in the meals furniture, jam came.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Falling back to forty four degrees or coolest temperature that since we have had since last spring and then for tomorrow starting off with some clouds, then I think we will see some increasing sunshine, cool and crisp still running below average. Sixty two degrees are high temperature and your average. I it's starting to take on down. Sixty seven degrees is our average tomorrow and our forecast. High temperature is going to run again about five degrees below that today. We're well below average with high temperature only in the upper fifties, but we're gonna say nice and dry through the day tomorrow, low humidity values so in the morning, if you have to get that workout. Yeah. Layer up to be a little bit chilly, but by the afternoon feeling fine with those temperatures near the sixty degree Mark and then cooling off pretty quickly. But staying dry as we had into the evening hours tomorrow. So I'm seeing three showing us. Very quiet conditions right now getting a good view about nice crescent moon. Upwind is our next weather system. Still well off to our west providing some moisture to portions of the mid south that will arrive as we head into the night tomorrow night late tomorrow night, and for the first part of Monday by future, whether showing us we're going to be staying dry for our Sunday starting out with some cloud cover this particular model keeping the clouds around into tomorrow afternoon. I actually think we're going to see some sunshine breaking out across a good portion of the area and then late tomorrow night after midnight, some showers working on an across the area showers possible for our Monday morning commute. Not too heavy an intensity we'll see a law kind of as we head into the second half of the day. But then by Monday evening, we could see a few showers returning and maybe even a rumble of thunder temperatures on Monday back closer to average at seventy degrees. But then chilly and below average once again by. Tuesday, breezy, clearing skies, sixty degrees as we head into Wednesday fifty nine degrees, and then check out Thursday, high temperature only in the middle fifties a lot of sunshine around. I know we're all happy to.
MS-13 gang member who stabbed 15-year-old girl 13 times pleads guilty to murder
"On the threes and now the four day wbz accuweather forecast with accuweather meteorologist brian thompson we'll have occasional rain this afternoon especially as we get toward the second half of the afternoon toward the evening commute that's when the rain will likely be steadiest hyped about forty four degrees is will of a lot of clouds should be afternoon as well the rain continues into the evening then we'll taper off late low thirty nine this evening then temperatures rise through forties overnight rather cloudy increasingly windy and warmer tomorrow rain at times in the afternoon high sixty two and then plenty of sunshine for thursday a brisk and chillier day high just forty six and had a clouds backup on friday with rain around and a high near fifty i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio ten thirty right now mostly cloudy forty seven in boston a guilty plea by a member of the very violent ms thirteen gang for his role in the killing of an east boston teenager carlos malara pleaded guilty last week to racketeering conspiracy according to federal prosecutors they say malara and other gang members lord the fifteen year old victim to an east boston beach by pretending on facebook to be a girl who wanted to meet him malara posing as a girls friend drove the boy to the beach were gang members stabbed him to death prosecutors say malara earned a promotion in a gang for his role he'll be sentenced in july nasa is announcing plans to build a quieter supersonic jet details are coming up in about three minutes here on wbz newsradio ten thirty one is gary lap year i've been speaking for the.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Skies forty four degrees at one thirty good afternoon i'm bill vanco we are waiting for president trump to hold a news conference at the white house where he's been meeting with baltic leaders this afternoon and where he may have more to say about his surprise announcement as they went into that meeting today wants to send military troops to guard the southern border with mexico until he can get that wall built we are going to be doing some things i is taken with general mattis we're going to be doing things military until we can have a wall and proper security we're going to be guarding our border with the military president scheduled to speak to reporters coming out of that meeting sometime the next twenty minutes and may take longer than that we will be listening to it and we will bring it to you when it happens live here on wbal the president also says you as immigration laws a pathetic and weak can be blamed democrats again today that it looks like we have no border attorney alexander swan will serve thirty days in prison and you'll have to pay a twenty thousand dollar fine for lying to federal investigators in the russia investigation it's the first sentencing of special counsel robert muller's ongoing russia probe vendors one worked with trump campaign officials paul manafort and gates in ukraine wall street's days has been trying to recover what it lost yesterday it's been up and down right now it's up rather considerably we'll check the numbers for you momentarily jury selection has resumed today in the sexual assault trial of bill cosby only one juror white male in his twenties or thirties has already been seated on the panel of jury pool of one hundred twenty started the first day of selection yesterday now as promised back to wall street where the dow is now up more than two hundred points two hundred eleven points to be exact he s and p is up sixteen the nasdaq up thirty four the downtrend to recover some of the.
"forty four degrees" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Eighty the only piece of good news is that it's actually going to be warmer at seven o'clock forty four degrees then it will be at four o'clock forty two degrees but it is just going to be miserable and i don't think he should open in weather like this if they're right now we're getting pretty close now you know usually work this shift but when i look at the weather at night it's not usually this late at night now we're into tuesday already so i've got the hourly forecast up and there is a let's see one this rain is supposed to start eighty percent at one eighty percent at noon yeah right around noon supposed to start right around noon so let's hope they're wrong because it's very ugly forecast for yankee fans for tomorrow forty five percent chance of showers at noontime an eighty percent by one o'clock so it's coming in right around lunchtime and if it comes in they'll probably get rained out again which is really unfortunate way to start but it's a brutal week i mean the forecast is just lousy for the whole week so that's the way it goes and it's not really anyone's fault this is late enough now it's not march anymore you know it just is it is what it is that they like to say so we deal with it we'll take some phone calls chris more with you till two jj at.
Scott Pruitt says emissions standards for cars, light trucks should be revised
"All the level on the go how the chinese are hitting back at your economy mostly cloudy forty four degrees the rain returns overnight and could produce aveer storms i'm staying lear here's what's trending at four thirty the environmental protection agency is rolling back the rules on vehicle emissions fox's john decker the epa is calling for advising the emission standards which would substantially cut back the obama era standards for gas emissions rules for new cars and trucks in a statement epa administrator scott pruitt said the obama administration made assumptions about the standards that didn't comport with reality and set the standards too high a weakening of the emission standards would be a big win for car manufacturers and a blow to environmentalists but a change to the rules would also set the stage for legal battles challenging that decision at the white house jon decker fox news china has announced twentyfive percent tariffs on american pork that matters here because indiana farmers have more than a quarter of the chinese pork market i'm eric berman indiana supplies more than a quarter of american pork exports to china a new twenty five percent tariff is going to take a bite out of the three hundred twenty million dollar business eric berman ninetythree wibc mobile new you got snow for easter sunday and now the forecast calls for severe thunderstorms late tonight and again by mid to late afternoon tomorrow mostly in central and southern indiana says the national weather service did you see the tweet sunday allen's her junior returning to the indy five hundred as a driver for harding racing i didn't even know it was coming out and and that's the way it is with with with the team everybody is is just truly love and what they're doing april fools joke little al is a twotime.
Hundreds of schools closed as teachers rally in Oklahoma, Kentucky
"Street takes the plunge on lisa brady could have been worse though cow down four hundred sixty four points at the closing bell that's losing nearly two percent on the first trading day of april but earlier it had been down about three percent renewed fear of a trade war getting most of the blame as beijing responds to us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum what investors are doing what traders are doing is looking for companies that have lots of sales in china you're talking about tariffs what china did today they impose tariffs that's taxes on twenty five percent of us imports of pork and scrap aluminum ten percent on foodstuffs on fruit fox business network's jerry will is pork producer tyson foods falling over six percent during the session president trump accuses china of unfair trade practices using tariffs to try to help level the playing field the epa wants a do over on tighter emission standards for new cars and tr trucks saying the obama administration used unrealistic numbers for its clean air rules the california governor calling the planned rollback a belated april fools day trick the state attorney general threatening a lawsuit teachers become protesters in two states staging walkouts overpay and oklahoma and pensions and kentucky fox's jeff monosso has this live where's the teachers walked out of schools taking to the capitol in frankfort kentucky for another day protesting after the state passed pension protections but with limited benefits for new teachers on the upcoming young teachers that are in school right now to respect the work that they're putting it we all want our voices to be heard even after oklahoma's governor mary fallon sunday six thousand dollar raise for teachers there thousands left schools today also demanding more in a state lisa that ranks near last in feature salaries jeff thanks fox news fair and balanced muggy three w ipc mobile news on the level on the go have you ever been joel the apartment you wanted was no longer available mostly cloudy and forty four degrees the rain returns overnight and could produce aveer storms i'm staying lear here's what's trending at four zero to african americans trying to rent apartments in indianapolis got different messages from what whites heard in an undercover experiment by fairhousing group i'm eric berman the fair hunting center of central indiana says nineteen twenty five african american applicants were treated differently from whites equipped with comparable income information on.
Stray bullet from neighbor's target practice kills woman in Michigan
"Good afternoon and thank you so much for joining us on this monday it is march twenty six and i'm jacky page for wwe j newsradio nine fifty wilder this afternoon with some sunshine that will see some rain later tonight the complete accuweather forecast is coming up right now detroit metro airport it's mostly sunny and forty four degrees w w j news time is now twelve oh three charges could be forthcoming when because a stray bullet hit and killed a seventy three year old woman in her home here was the story is wwe legal analyst charlie langton a man in his early twenties is being investigated after he was targetted practicing at a stray bullet hit and killed a seventy three year old woman in riley township in western saint clark county lieutenant shannon sims of the michigan state police says the two lived next to each other he was on his property which was jason to the victim's property and then line of sight of with the actual around west tennessee says the michigan state police forensic science division we'll be on the scene to collect evidence and state police could present a report to the prosecutor's office by the end of the week likely charges shooting into the dirt berm and obviously what he was doing wasn't a where we wouldn't be having this conversation the suspect is not in custody at this time charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty the us has joined canada the ukraine in fifteen european nations and ordering out russian diplomats who are accused of being spies working under diplomatic cover ww j sandra mcneill is here live and local to explain sandra jackie oakland university political science professor peter trump says he's not surprised by the expulsions although he is surprised by the extent of those being expelled here in the us including the closure of an embassy in seattle trump or believes the mother investigation into president trump's business ties with russia may have played a role in his decision to do this i asked if this is a ramp up of the cold war it does come at a time when overall tensions between russia and the west or at a high point since the end of the cold war we're not gonna you can't really deny that that this is a new cold war that could warm up or become a hot war.
New national poll on US Senate race
"Weather forecast courtesy meteorologist deemed of or a cold start to the morning skies will end up rather cloudy by the afternoon chilly today with a high near fifty not as cold overnight tonight and we'll have a low of thirty five by the way watch out for a shower in spots this afternoon we'll be cloudy for tomorrow for saturday with a high fifty two degrees and then for sunday a little rain a time baby mixed with some wet snow in the afternoon and an early high of forty four degrees temperatures are likely to fall through the day on sunday right now it is mostly cloudy and twenty six degrees downtown at the arch kmox news time is six twenty three a new national poll on us senate races shows missouri senator claire mccaskill eight points behind her likely republican challenger in the fall election the poll shows mccaskill with forty four percent and josh lally with fifty two percent of so political science cheer dave roberson says it's still early i think there's absolutely no way to call this this early in the campaign we may see the polls tied on the eve of the election the aksy a survey monkey poll calls mccaskill one of the most vulnerable incumbent democrats in the senate roberson says the problem with poses people tell the pollster how they plan to vote but it's hard to predict what percentage of mccaskill versus hallways supporters will actually show up kevin cooling radio eleven twenty kmox the gun debate continues in the eleanor legislature with several bills still pending in the house and senate the state house voted to prohibit anyone under twenty one from buying an assault style weapon and to ban bump stocks another measure that has yet to get a vote bans highcapacity magazines and body armor for anybody other than police officers it's named after slain chicago police commander paul bauer chicago police superintendent eddie johnson supports it in the last month since we lost paul bauer everyone in this city including of thousands of men and women of chicago police department have shown their support and low four follows serving less pay him the biggest chip you we can do in our lives what he fought so hard to do in his own life taking criminals off the street and making it as difficult as possible for them to commit these destructive acts a.