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"jill dougherty" Discussed on KTRH
"Seven forty Katie our age and I heart radio station from the gallery furniture made in America it is seven thirty on Houston's morning news on Jimmy buried along with sure fire among our top stories Biden a distant fourth in New Hampshire better than you are officially out I guess Yang finally did the math on that and coming up at seven thirty eight just a small labs you've just been charged details of the minutes ahead here in Houston's morning news first let's get you caught up in the morning Dr Jill Dougherty has that if you haven't heard the good news they did clear our problem and six ten the north loop west on a forty five the bad news is it back to step away side so you gotta sit through that leaves twenty minutes worth if you're calling for as an alternative have okay now we've got this problem on I ten the Katy freeway now it's in that Washington and the two right lanes are blocked so you are backed up all the way to beltway eight that's going to be probably thirty forty minutes we could probably use what do you think you could probably use it looks like west you as an alternate to get around mystery get on the frontage road but this is also wreaking havoc when everybody heading inbound on two ninety you've got delays coming in from Hollister all the way on the six ten because of this and that's going to be at least thirty minutes you might wanna use Hampstead and then it's also backing up six ten all the way around the curve almost back to shepherd and that's probably going to be about twenty twenty five minutes I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from Arcadia rage not school gaming twenty four hour weather center we are looking today at the some areas of patchy fog early and then we're looking at rain likely for the remainder of the day high temperature what about sixty not.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KTRH
"Houston news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven this is news radio seven forty K. T. R. H. radio station it is seven thirty one here on the Houston's morning news on Jimmy Byrd along with sure fire among our top stories this half hour blows he hasn't said yet what she's going to do with those articles of impeachment trump talks impeachment FISA and obamacare is Michigan rally in at seven thirty eight the bolt the bolt the bolt is on fire it belongs to singer Marc Anthony details of the minutes ahead first let's get you caught up in the morning drive Jill Dougherty standing by with the nightmare that is the north freeway yeah I just took a fresh look Jimmy it's still completely shut down their forcing you operate ranking on the inbound side you're backed up now about halfway between nineteen sixty and cypress wood and if you plan on using the hardy toll road there is an accident right around cypress wood so that's really backing us up to about forty five and then you get around that you've got some more delays as you try to move down toward Richie that'll stretches pregnant take it least thirty minutes you could use Kirk and all as an alternate but a lot other folks already doing that a very valley as well and Ella I like I said the hardy toll road kind of tied up past before you get to nineteen sixty as the heaviest section and then if you're trying to travel on six ten the west loop we do have an accident that's going to be affecting traffic right before you get to I can you back up to about two ninety and then if you're trying to travel up on two twenty five likely we declared the accident right around the Sam Houston and traffic starting to unwind its still slow though from Scarborough I'm Judy hard in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from Katie are each nostril again twenty four weather center sunshine for today coupled afternoon clouds but realized day little chilly but still pretty good sixty two at least in some spots here in the Houston metro.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KTRH
"Awards so I'm not gonna I'm older feel angry about this for a limited period of time five eleven time for traffic and weather together let's get you caught up in the drive once again Jill Dougherty standing by with a so far we are just cruising right along I was just checking out some of the camera shots along forty five the Gulf freeway looks really good from NASA road one in the beltway eight that's about it eight minutes for epicuren hardy toll road this morning you're sailing from forty five all with a six ten it's only twenty minutes and if you're on the east Texan you're coming in from towns in the six ten that's thirteen I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center KJRH top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center Terry Smith is standing by I say number six going to show up on the scoreboard bye bye maybe later this afternoon we have while I don't well I was just looking ahead to the next week went there might be a number St's have then shot I know I'm gonna look into this a little bit further before I as you said you know buy into that whole hearted but yes the warming trend has begun it's going to I take us a couple of days to get back to you on November the hope we're heading in that direction the rain is out here we've got some clouds this morning but they will clear out and we will see the sunshine and the temperatures will be much improved over yesterday all my goodness it was called today in the upper fifties to low sixties and tomorrow in the upper fifties to low sixties and by Sunday mid to upper sixties for highs and it's possible by Monday we could actually see some places close to seventy degrees sounds like you have it right now forty one in your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty Katie our age all the news weather and traffic Alexa plate K. T. R. H. and I heart radio Hey what's up its rally from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KTRH
"The latest news weather and traffic newsradio seven forty change he our age I heart radio station it is seven oh to Houston's morning news I'm to be very long sure fire among the top stories this half hour what it means to be an American not as clear as it used to be Austin backing off on their sex ed plans it is seven oh eight a golf ball straight out of caddy shack to details of the minutes ahead you're in Houston's morning news first let's get you caught up on that morning drive once again Jill Dougherty standing by with a it's the real here pull around there this morning if you're traveling the inbound side of the Katy freeway we just recently cleared an accident right around beltway eight bodies still back this up all the way to Barker cypress and it may be another problem right before you get to Eldridge parkway some start to see some must really stacked up traffic through there but it's still going to cost you probably twenty minutes to get to that section you might wanna use memorial and park row as an alternate now behind this right before you get to greenhouse road we've got an accident and that's going to back us up on to the grand parkway so that's probably going to be about twenty to thirty minutes you can also use kings on Boulevard as an alternate that we got one on the grand parkway itself and that's going to be right at Katie gap which is right before you get the kings on Boulevard you're backed up all the way to fry you might want to use Pete in as as an alternate for you and then to ADD up on side of the cell Sam we've got an accent and that's about a ten minute delay I just got a report of a star on the inbound side of forty five north freeway at cypress wood center lane at least ten minutes I'm Julie hardy on the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from our KJRH top tax defenders twenty four with the Senate today we're looking at partly cloudy early scattered showers and storms this afternoon looks like about ninety five for a high Terry Smith on the weather channel with the complete forecast completely stunned Dorian when we talked.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The photos got on KMOX Saint Louis were talking about Heineken beer sales boost offset by the rising calls I'm Jill Dougherty telling WBBM listeners in Chicago one old from a drop in sales of Houston bring giant neighbors in this Mexico's interest rates are too high for a slowing economy that's according to president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador though he added that he respects the central bank's freedom to set them independently Lopez Obrador spoke to Bloomberg editor in chief John metal plate in Mexico City he spoke through an interpreter the closest one thing is what's desirable and another thing is what's possible I would like that the bank of Mexico not only take care about controlling inflation but also think about growth as well more about growth yes it's also a land of the we are talking about what the bank of Mexico is doing they are more cautious they are more cautious about inflation this time I don't a preventive I'll have left us that is not a bad thing I think that if this is not the wrong thing to do I'm not saying that it's a little they cut it's important to lower rates to encourage growth you want the name was not on the list much of confianza this is an issue that I'm leaving for the bank of Mexico to decide that because we trust we are not just going to be able to grow but also to develop the senior don't is it okay most day and be at not only growth development interest because growth that's what we want to change and to create a new paradigm Roces creating wealth but not necessarily distributing wealth is it is it is the way that this development is growing and distributing if that's yeah so our administration or our government what is trying to do better than before is distributing income okay yeah so although growth is scarce little graphical there is better distribution of wealth there is more well being a lesbian is that that's undress Emmanuel Lopez Obrador of the president of Mexico speaking exclusively with Bloomberg editor in chief John Mikel way that's all for this edition of Bloomberg that you can see all of our best work and I this go on the Bloomberg terminal I'm.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"We're back, and we're talking about seniors adopting senior pets and the benefits and one of the best benefits. Besides the exercise besides, you know, waking up in the morning and have that wonderful pet there for you and the socialization and being able to go out walk the dog and meet new people and get involved, and they even have a Jila as some of these dog parks. Nobody's asking us to run through the hoops. But there's like a whole club of people who take their dogs to these dog parks that have Jill Dougherty. And there's some wonderful things that you can do with your dog when you meet other people. So some of the seniors who aren't yet in facility, but live at home and the kids are gone and the spouses gone, and maybe they lost a pet and they've been thinking about getting a pet, and maybe they didn't want to get a pet 'cause they were going to travel. Evil, and they do decide it's a wonderful thing to get them to bond with other people who have dogs and get them out of the house and walk and take them to the you know, when you go to the dog park with a Cup of coffee. Of course, you have to sit there, and you have to watch your animals that is the responsible thing to do. But you're also with other animal lovers. So you wanna be in a club where you have the same interests. So I think it's a wonderful thing to think about even if you know a lot of people when they lose a pet. No, no, I'm not going to get another pet. I can't handle it. But you know, in honor of the pet that you lost how beautiful it would be to bring another pet.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"Has your forecast happy Monday the heat is still, on today in Puget Sound temperatures for most of us very close to the, ninety degree, Mark we'll hang onto the sunshine again on Tuesday but cool off just a little bit dropping back into the mid, to the upper Eighties around most of the metro area cooler, starts to wrap. Around the Olympics by early Wednesday morning so we'll see. A Russia that marine air dropping, our temperatures, back, early. Clouds afternoon clearing on Wednesday. And Thursday we'll keep us in the seventies maybe more your speed if you like it cooler in the KOMO. Weather. Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell we have ninety, three degrees and Olympia eighty two degrees in Everett and eighty nine degrees in Seattle I think that the United States has been foolish I think we've all been foolish we should have had this dialogue along time ago longtime frankly before I, got, to office President Trump's take on the current state of US Russia relations although he did say. He changed all of that a matter of hours during his meeting with Vladimir Putin in. Helsinki today Jill Dougherty is. An expert on Russia former Moscow. Bureau chief for CNN an instructor at the Evans school of public policy and governance at the university of Washington. And good enough to join us on the KOMO news line. From the nation's capital Joey appreciate your time very much before I get your reaction, to what took place in. Helsinki today I want you to hear some comments made by a Republican congressman will heard from Texas he's a. Former CIA agent, here's. What he had to say I've seen the Russian intelligence and manipulate many people in my career and I never would have thought the US president would be would be. One of them Joe with that table said it's all yours your reaction to both what. You just heard and what. Took place in Helsinki today well..
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The hashtag state for jill dougherty we're going to take a short break now but when we come back our panelists explore the potential end game for the conflict in syria i'm madeleine brand and you're listening to america abroad the yeah you're listening to america abroad i'm madeleine brand on today's program we're looking at the us role in helping out fragile states countries where the government is on the verge of collapse we're primarily focusing on the situation in syria now in its eighth year of conflict will return now to the town hall discussion we lead in mid march at the united states institute of peace this was recorded before president trump's call to leave the country quote very soon the conversation featured kimberly kagan founder and president of the institute for the study of war nancy lindbergh the president of the united states institute of peace and ilan goldenberg senior fellow at the center.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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"jill dougherty" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"Part of his his legacy but you know on on on much happier notes we were talking about a few weeks ago with dan farren and jill dougherty thank you you know his his movies are also part of our tv history we're talking about movie of the week and i remember growing up we always had the three thirty movie and usually during easter vacation the three thirty movie was all five planet of the apes movie monday through friday so you would see you know he was in the first two so we would see him there my favorite disaster movie of that john reid is earthquake and censor incense around him now the fact that he was married to ava gardner who was probably three years younger than lauren green and slightly older than charlton heston requires a certain amount of suspension of disbelief especially genevieve blue show nineteen seventyfour genevieve show how can you turn that away let's be honest that that how can you turn that down but yeah he would and then i if i'm channel surfing and i find on american movie classics omega man or any of those it's like you've gotta stop and watch and enjoy it for the camp just or he did touch evil touch of evil orson wells i just read wear well this was basically cut out he shot the film but he was basically banned from the studio he could not edit film and before long he was without a contract.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"To forty six degrees art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center reaction out of the trump administration's order shutting down the russian consulate here in seattle komo's pete combs has some thoughts from one of washington's representative democratic congressman adam smith says russia has become a renegade state basically they they don't pay attention to international law pointing to vladimir putin's alleged interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election and the attempted murder of a former russian double agent and his daughter in england earlier this month smith says putin is cow counting on one thing they think that they can get away with all this stuff at the international community will not respond to any sort of coordinated fascists mrs president trump has been inexplicably slow to respond to russian provocation at the white house spokesman ron shaw says shutting down the russian consulate in seattle is concrete action but the president still remains open to working with the russians on areas have chil concern counterterrorism for example pete combs komo news dozens of russian diplomats across the us have been ordered to leave the country and jill dougherty is the former moscow bureau chief for cnn now serves as an instructor uw's evans school she tells us western washington is the home to nearly a quarter of this country's nuclear arsenal we have important companies like bowling and microsoft tech hub and shoot me there would be a lot of interest russians would have you seen development of weapons don't forget that a number of these companies especially boeing they have military contracts as well as civilian contracts for.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"Washington instructor jill dougherty why the action was taken in seattle doherty's the former moscow bureau chief for cnn why do people are not really aware of this because number one you have basis for nuclear weapons in fact one of the reports about this miss about a quarter of the nuclear weapons of the united states are held right out here in our area made submarines in other basis for them she says there's also concern a russian spies were stealing industrial secret secrets from companies like boeing and microsoft former seattle seahawk michael bennett was in front of cameras again today but this time it was in a courtroom he's facing a felony charge of injuring an elderly woman of the two thousand seventeen super bowl is charged with shoving a paraplegic security guard as he tried to get on the field following the game right and this is not be walked attorney tried to prevent the football player from being placed in handcuffs but the judge refused saying he wanted to treat everyone the same if found guilty bennett could pay a ten thousand dollar fine and spend up to ten years in prison washington attorney general bob ferguson takes president federal court again tomorrow this time suing the administration over its ban against transgender people in the military this in spite of the president's announcement last week saying transgender people now serving in the military will be allowed to stay the may face assignment based on their birth gender trying to say on the eve of this day caring that it's different than the first one from our standpoint it's all part of the same scheme to discriminate against transgender individuals of the trump administration says a new study shows that transgender troops are bad for morale and unit cohesion human error that's how the wwl lines in.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"University of washington instructor jill dougherty why the action was taken in seattle doherty's the former moscow bureau chief for cnn a lot of people are not really aware of this because number one you have basis for nuclear weapons in fact one of the reports about this miss about a quarter of the nuclear weapons of the united states far held right out here in our area certainly submarines in other basis for them she says there's also concern russia's spies or stealing industrial secrets from companies like boeing and microsoft former seattle seahawk michael bennett was in front of cameras again today but this time it wasn't a courtroom is facing a felony charge of injury elderly woman at the two thousand seventeen super bowl he's charged with shoving a paraplegic security guard tried to get all the field following the game green we written that were in place ryan and his court does not do walk through bennett's attorney tried to prevent the football player from being placed in handcuffs but the judge refused saying he wanted to treat everyone the same if found guilty medicaid could pay a ten thousand dollar fine and spend up to ten years in prison washington attorney general bob ferguson takes the president federal court again tomorrow this time suing the administration over its ban against transgender people in the military this in spite of the president's announcement last week saying transgender people now serving in the military will be allowed to stay but may face assignment based on their birth gender trying to say on the eve of the state caring that this is new have it's different than the first one from our standpoint it's all part of the same scheme to discriminate against transgender individuals the trump administration says a new study shows that transgender troops are bad for morale and unit cohesion human error that's how.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"Thirty one it's forty five degrees art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center reaction out of the trump administration's order shutting down the russian consulate here in seattle komo's pete combs has some thoughts from one of washington's represented democratic congressman adam smith says russia has become a renegade state basically they they don't pay attention to international law planning of ladimir putin's alleged interference in the two thousand sixteen us presidential election and the attempted murder of a former russian double agent and his daughter in england earlier this month smith says putin is counting on one thing that they can get away with all this stuff at the international community will not respond in any sort of coordinated fashion swiss as president trump has been inexplicably slow to respond to russian provocation at the white house though spokesman ron shaw says shutting down the russian consulate in seattle is concrete action but the president still remains open to working with the russians on areas of mutual concern counterterrorism for example pete combs komo news does of russian diplomats across the us have been ordered to leave the country and the trump administration took it a step further here in seattle as you just heard ordering the consulate shutdown jill dougherty is the former moscow bureau chief for cnn and now serves as an instructor at the uw's evans school she tells us western washington's home to nearly a quarter this country's nuclear arsenal and we have important companies like boeing and microsoft tech hub and certainly me there would be a lot of interests that russians would have you seen development of weapons don't forget that a number of these companies especially boeing they have military contracts as well as civilian contracts nadal is for the daily beast says it's very likely several spies are based in the seattle a russian consulate the seattle school board announces the three finalists to become the new superintendent of seattle public schools denise juneau is the former superintendent of public instruction for the state of montana andrea de spencer's the current superintendent of harrison school district two in colorado springs and janine curse swift is superintendent of schools in ann arbor michigan all three will answer questions at a public forum this thursday afternoon at the john stanford center for begins at five fifteen attorney general bob ferguson takes the trump administration in.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"We're speaking with jill dougherty from the university of washington's avenue school also the former moscow bureau chief for cnn cnn contributor joe as we look forward here president trump has clearly articulated he wants to improve u s russian relations this certainly is going to complicate that there is no question and you know the i know that the mantra but the administration wants to work with russia but it's becoming increasingly difficult to realize or to understand how that can happen even the fact that you will have fewer diplomatic personnel that relations will be cut back that direct contact between the countries will be certainly diminished if not eventually cut off you wonder where that can go and you know i was just back i was in moscow for the election which just happened what a week ago on the eighteenth of march and president putin reelected and he has been taking a very hard line essentially saying rush and we are surrounded rest of the world is out to get us uk america etcetera and i do not foresee at least based on what i could tell and he didn't mention in that i think it's going to be tense and i think it can be worse than jill finally we just have moment of time left here but president clinton he seemed to be able to get along fine with boris yeltsin i could be wrong with that but president obama and putin those were relationships that were frayed at best is they're just an incompatibility with moscow and the west is this something that he is not going to improve no matter who's in charge at the white house you know i do think that there is some long term issues here president putin certainly feels that the west has ignored russia demeaned russia there's not listened to russia said that about a month ago at his state of the nation speech so he feels that the west is out to encircle russia weaken russia and when you have that type of approach you know it doesn't bode well for the relationship and it's harder line in brush you certainly playing well bushings are having kind of a rally round the flag moment where they feel that russia using circled the president you know either speeding attacked by the rest.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"Is jill dougherty with university of washington's evans school and is a former moscow bureau chief for cnn jill was your initial reaction to the news one is a big deal because this is as the uk prime minister said about one hundred diplomats eighteen countries so far although i think some others may join that are expelling russian diplomats so embolic and also you know diplomatically it is a very big deal i do think that it's interesting how the united states announced it statements on the state department as opposed to president trump himself coming out to the cameras and saying it but it is it is a step by this administration which probably the russians did not anticipate i was particularly surprised we hear about the consulate nc atl being shut down and even deeper surprise reading in the daily beast today that many consider the seattle consulate a spy hub for the russians how significant is the seattle area in terms of russian interest actually you know a lot of people are not really aware of this but this is an important place i wouldn't necessarily call it a spy hub but certainly there is intelligence and you can imagine why because number one you have basis for nuclear weapons in fact one of the reports about this this about a quarter of a nuclear weapons of the united states are held writer here in our area certainly submarines and other basis for them you also have important companies like boeing microsoft you know this is tech hub and certainly there would be a lot of interest russians would have emceeing development of of weapons don't forget that a number of these kind of companies jewish especially boeing they have military contracts as well as civilian contract so even though the russians can certainly do intelligence in many different ways they can tact they can do a traditional intelligence through the internet but they can also they need human intelligence and that's why they have intelligence agencies that many different consulates and surfing the embassy in washington certainly russia will take countermeasures to this now that this has happened putin isn't going to standby right absolutely in fact his spokesperson already said this morning that they.
China's Xi Jinping reappointed as president with no term limits
"Adam or blake kelly anna here i pick kelly all right we're off to ireland after the news and this is saint patrick's day so we're doing a lot of that between now and eight o'clock but first things first the news right here from the golden tower of the fisher building to the heart of middle america this is the great voice of the great lakes news talk seven six hundred wjr detroit six am rumination tweet diplomats departing barbara kusak president trump turned to twitter early today calling it a great day for democracy as the attorney general fire the former number two at the fbi andrew mccabe correspondent pamela brown reports mccabe put his own spin on the action two days short of his retirement date he believes because he could be a witness and robert muller's probe in the firing of the former fbi director james comey he believes that is a big reason why he is being targeted why he is being turned into a political punching bag britain's ambassador to russia called the nerve agent poise opening of a former russian double agent and his daughter in britain an attack on international values in moscow correspondent jill dougherty says russia matched britain's move to expel twentythree russians in order twentythree british diplomats to leave the russians are taking steps as they would call them mirror image steps in response to what the british did correspondent that rivers reports china's president xi jinping was worn in today and can remain in office for as long as he wants reports in state media say that a steady hand is needed during a challenging global period and that by removing restraints on the presidency the office will now be in line with the unlimited terms of she's two more powerful positions general secretary of the ruling communist party and head of the military commission president trump is considering sweeping tariffs on imports from china with a decision expected soon the university of maryland baltimore county became the first ever number sixteen seed to beat a number one seed in nc double a tournament history you nbc senior jerry's lyle says he knew the retrievers were up to the challenge is very surreal moment we're very excited the retrievers stunned top overall seed virginia seventy four fifty four and first action of the.
"jill dougherty" Discussed on KOMO
"Another six years with vladimir putin and that is significant because his policies which have been guiding russia for all this time have become pretty difficult the russia of course right russia is accused in president putin accused of some pretty malevolent behaviour in europe in the uk with that poisoning also just remember these treasury department just came out introducing more sanctions against russia for interfering in the election for cyber attacks and also for some type of interference in the infrastructure of the united states in certain places so that is a very you know the it's really a very very fraught and complex relationship and that's probably what we're going to get for the next two years at vladimir putin will be an office jill dougherty contributor to cnn also part of the evans school at the university of washington currently in russia ahead of the election the expected reelection of ladimir putin as she talked about it with mos jeff pohjola komo news time is six of forty and we dive into sports with so much to talk about and that includes march madness and it's first of all get you up to date on games am progress and that would include auburn a four seed trying to hold off a thirteen seed in charleston and the auburn tigers with a four point lead late in that game but looks like charleston it'll be heading to the foul line eight fifty two left in the second half xavier one of the pretournament favorites on its way to a victory or would appear against a texas southern leading seventy seven to sixty one virginia with an early two point lead as a virgin is the tournament's number one over all as c they're going to try to advance tonight and.