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Riot boosting bill passes South Dakota Senate committee. Utah Senate passes MMIW bill to create task force. Lakota writer remembered as advocate, leader and family man.
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez South Dakota's riot boosting. Bill got a thorough hearing at a special meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday night. After nearly two hours of testimony from opponents committee members still voted six to one to pass the bill along to the full. Senate for floor debate. The state says the law fixes problems that were deemed unconstitutional. In last year's version of the bill opponents say it still restricts speech and assembly through intimidation Victoria. Wicks has this report dictators and is a lobbyist for the South Dakota Sheriff's Association. He says law enforcement officers can use the riot boosting law as a tool to protect opponents as well as proponents for Smith has never perceived their part in this. Play to be one-sided when we go to one of these we see our job as the one that is supposed to protect both sides but some opponents say they were at standing rock protesting the Dakota access pipeline and there they saw government and private security officers intimidate an attack protesters now. They're afraid the riot boosting law will offer an even greater threat of arrest and prosecution in South Dakota one of them is joy braun a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe an organizer with the indigenous environmental network. She says some interactions with law enforcement officers at standing rock. We're friendly and pleasant. Sometimes they trade with US. Sometimes they smudge with us. I shook their hands but she says not. All interactions were positive. How do I reconcile when there's Twenty Eight Jersey Barriers in twelve feet a razor wire and they're throwing water? Camman's Atas for six hours and twenty eight degree. Fahrenheit weather who protects US Braun asked the senators to uphold the First Amendment as ardently as the uphold the second for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota the UTAH. Senate passed a bill this week which creates a missing and murdered indigenous women and Girls Task Force Nine members will include state lawmakers advocates tribal citizens and law enforcement. The group will work with tribes and report findings to the legislature in November. The task force mirrors other efforts in neighboring states Arizona and New Mexico. The bill now heads to the Governor. Lakota rider. Charles Trimble. Who passed away. This week is being remembered for his contributions to native American journalism and his work in Indian country as an advocate and leader. His niece. Judy Cornelia says has professional accomplishments fill volumes including as an engineer founder of the American Indian Press Association and Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. Cornelia says he was a caregiver to his entire family and was like a father to her generous with his time and wisdom. He was a complex but simple man who really embodied the fundamental tenets of our yacht day our family our tribe our culture you know that generosity the understanding compassion commitment to The family instead of you know his personal his personal eagle and while he was you know respected and honored across the globe. I think the things that he treasured most were the appreciation of his family for the things that he gave us. When I say family I don't mean just blood I mean the Oh yuck. Ar tribe that gained so much from him he was stellar. Trimble was born on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. His health had been declining in recent months. He died a little more than a week before his eighty fifth birthday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Chicago weather forecast: Snow near the lake continues
"Central the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center a cloudy today high of thirty one snow showers returning tonight maybe another inch of snow on the ground low twenty five and then tomorrow mostly cloudy lake effect snow northwest Indiana and a high of thirty three right now to hear it's twenty nine midway twenty nine twenty eight at Frankford in twenty eight degrees at
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees clear skies in Boston temperature reading up to thirty nine this afternoon but the wind will make it feel like it's in the twenties good morning everyone I'm Marc Cohn and here's what's happening at eight o'clock Boston fire says a hazmat situation in downtown Boston has now been contained in a steam leak that set the whole thing off has been shut down the steam leak spewed some unknown debris this morning at about five thirty at ninety nine summer street requiring a level two hazmat response the debris is now being tested in hazmat technicians remain on scene to monitor the area a federal grand jury is investigating charges of overtime fraud in the Boston police department according to The Boston Globe WBZ's Kevin Coleman with the details the allegations are that three officers submitted significant overtime in two thousand eighteen and didn't fully worked those for our overtime shifts police commissioner William cross ordered a review of payroll data for every district in the department the investigation into the Boston police department is still ongoing and it follows federal and state investigations into overtime abuse by the state police troopers that included ten troopers being charged in eight pleading guilty Kevin Golan WBZ Boston's news radio it was a very busy day and night in the through when a car struck the fire station at five corners in downtown to fill in last night the driver has been arrested for driving under the influence Methuen fire tells us no one was hurt the building is fine in the crash did not impact operations and if that wasn't enough a gas leak yesterday in Methuen forced the evacuation of residents near the area of center street Columbia gas spokesperson Kelly merit tells WBZ that Columbia gas was doing a scheduled sweep when it detected the leak but we're.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago Jenny cell from the I. dot traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death the forecast for the WGN Chicago weather center here's meteorologist him McGill lecture flood advice effect until nine o'clock this morning for cook county in lake shore flood warning until four o'clock this afternoon for most of northern Indiana and close late Porter laporte county sunny breezy and cold today record cold high temperatures only getting after on nineteen or twenty factor in the wind of this morning we chills down to zero to ten below again nineteen or twenty for the high today tonight becoming mostly cloudy down around ten than steady or rising temperatures after midnight cloudy tomorrow cold was a lifestyle possible late hi run twenty six not quite as cold and light snow could spill over to early Thursday only attesting to maybe a half inch could be a few spots north of the city get up to an inch then becoming partly cloudy Thursday afternoon thirty two Friday partly to mostly sunny thirty three Saturday partly to mostly sunny thirty six I'm Tim ago from the double jump on the seventy eight degrees right now in Chicago in the wind chill is mine is eight the weather is our top story this morning the weather could see record breaking cold temperatures today's Tim said the National Weather Service says temps may only reach the low tech twenties which would easily break the record for the state the coldest high in November twelfth that record twenty eight degrees in nineteen ninety five sub zero windchill factors are out reading commuters this morning WGN spoke with south side a writer Patrick green outside the CTA's redline station at ninety fifth game I was like a ton of bricks and a it gets warmer clothes in the wind chill now minus eight in Chicago with up to a half foot of snow blanketing some parts of the Midwest Chicago got about four inches yesterday cost icy conditions at all here an American Airlines plane skidded off the runway on landing passenger Louise Taurus was on board that aircraft when we first see the ground I didn't feel that the plane was an actually stopping it was they kept on going he was sliding on the ice police are investigating after letters containing racist slurs were sent to three north suburban schools in recent weeks officials at Evanston Skokie district sixty five say the letters were mailed to Kingsley elementary park school and the J. E. A. L. E. H. education center the most recent was received November seventh officials say acts of racism will not be tolerated.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees in Boston at four o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Laurie Kirby. And this is WBZ news sentencing for the president's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is just now getting underway. Charges today taxing Bank fraud, CBS news Justice. Correspondent Paula Reid tells us if there's anything we might learn shortly about Bob Muller's investigation is outstanding questions about Paul manafort's meeting with his longtime Russian business associate Constantine Kalinic. We know from the special counsel's investigation that Manafort met with clinic during the campaign and passed off polling data from the Trump campaign. The big question is what did Clinton Nick want with that polling data Manafort faces twenty five years in prison? And of course, another sentencing next week for line to Bob Muller during his Russia probe, of course, Manafort was indicted because of what Muller found as he was investigating Russian interference during the two thousand sixteen elections. And two officers have been shot this afternoon at a Boston police firing range, let's go to Karl Stevens at the entrance of moon island with more coral a Boston police cruiser lights on sits at the entrance. The gatehouse to moon island. We are not allowed onto the island shortly before two o'clock this afternoon at the Boston police department shooting range to individuals were shot non-life-threatening injuries. It's our understanding. They are not Boston police officers WBZ, I team reporter sheriff DACA reports. They are court officers. I have seen a number of vehicles leaving the ambulances are long gone. A couple vehicles are going onto the island. Certainly the investigation is ongoing in terms of what exactly happened from the entrance to mood island Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. I and we are watching a dangerous standoff this hour in central Illinois. This is a standoff between a suspect that police say shot at a martial at a hotel critically wounding him earlier in Rockford Illinois more from. ABC's Ryan burrow, Illinois state police say the suspect thirty nine year old Floyd e Brown crashed his car on the side of the road south of Bloomington. Now, they have him surrounded in a rural area as for the deputy who is shot Rockford jeopardy chief John Posey saying the injured party, which is a US marshal assigned to this task force was transported to a local hospital, and he is currently in critical condition. A woman was also shot at the Rockford hotel. Her injuries are said to be non-life-threatening. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago and governor Baker says Massachusetts is starting to look bad by being the only New England state without a hands free driving law. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe in downtown Boston. With more governor Baker touted his road safety Bill at the triple A office here in Boston saying the time is now to enact a hands free law. I asked the governor why he's waited until now to get on board with banning held cell phone use while driving Baker says it's because things just keep getting worse.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty eight degrees. Mostly cloudy in Boston. Rain is moving in today. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening. We began on the north shore where Wenham family rest easy after days of searching leads to the rescue of a twenty three year old woman who had been missing since a weekend. WBZ's? Chris tells us at Charlestown man facing charges of kidnapping and the disappearance of Olivia Ambrose, the mother of Libya Ambrose says she's relieved that her daughter is strong liber- returned to her family's home last night here in Wenham deep down her family knew she'd always return you never gave on your sister. Your daughter your love when and the people of Boston never gave up either. Boston. Police Commissioner Willie gross who's brave men and women also refuse to give up. They found Ambrose yesterday in Charleston and took her alleged abductor into custody victim pain. You will be arraigned today. Well, he doesn't officially have a criminal record pain is known to both Boston and transit police as he was twice accused and question for acting inappropriately towards women on the T back in two thousand nine and five years earlier had an assault charge dropped after he completed pretrial probation in Wenham. Chris. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Eight thirty one two different votes are sad. In the Republican controlled Senate tomorrow with the aim at ending the partial government shutdown. Both measures are expected to fall short of the sixty votes needed to pass. Meanwhile, thousands of federal workers are with about to miss their second paycheck. ABC's Mary Bruce has one of their stories in Tennessee, John Manley, air, traffic controller and father of seven is driving for Uber on his days off. It doesn't come anywhere close to offsetting the the salary that we're missing FBI agents are also looking for other work agents. Worn the shutdown is making us less safe that they are unable to do undercover work without the funds to buy drugs or firearms from gang members. And that they are putting Purves on standby which puts children in jeopardy. One agent. Saying the fear is our enemies know, they can run freely. The FBI has lost several informants at the center of terrorism investigations. There are signs as morning that President Trump may have had enough. Off of personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani Giuliani's recent media blitz defending the president on the Russia probe featuring wild misstatements clarifications eyebrow. Raising assertions has reportedly left a president frustrated White House officials and others close to the president raised the possibility that Giuliani may be temporarily sidelined from TV interviews shifting gears now. So it's a and the Rams gearing up for Super Bowl fifty three. And not sure if you heard, but that means a New Orleans Saints will not be marching into Atlanta..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Twenty eight degrees and sunny, I'm rob Dawson with the stories you'll be talking about on Seventy-seven WABC Bronx and Westchester people. Can now get a one seat ride to Penn station and the west side of Manhattan. Governor Cuomo says the MTA Amtrak have agreed to allow plans for the Penn station access project to move forward that project calls for four new metro north stations to be built in the east Bronx and the eventual project will lead to shorter communitize for people in communities in Westchester county. Opening statements begin today on Long Island in the corruption. Retrial former Nassau County executive Edman Gano former GOP honcho Edmund Gannett is accused of taking bribes, including a six-figure no show job for his wife, Linda in exchange for helping a restaurant mogul, get lucrative county contracts. Both men Gannett pleaded not guilty with their first trial ending last may in a hung jury. The retrial is expected to. Last five to seven weeks. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news county police along with local first responders and residents are protesting the removal of ice agents at local jails the group is concerned about the loss of ages to help in its fight against the MS thirteen gang on Long Island, Nassau County officials maintain having ice agents at local jails, violates the state supreme court ruling concerning sanctuary status. In addition court officials have issued an addiction to federal immigration enforcement agents to leave by January, thirty first stock losses, are deepening. The Dow down three hundred ninety two points, NASDAQ down one hundred forty five the s&p down forty five. Marianna Rivera is expected to be elected to the baseball hall of fame today. Islanders have Blackhawks at.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It is twenty eight degrees at eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett, the government shutdown could impact the president's state of the union address. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's written to the president suggesting it'd be postponed. Lissi cited concerns about security because of furloughs at key agencies. The department of homeland security secret service Rebublican slam this move as penny. Politics and said Pelosi is using the shutdown as an excuse to deny the president the spotlight. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House today. Twenty seven of the shutdown and pressure maybe building on President Trump to New York Times says he complained to his chief of staff we're getting crushed Rudy Giuliani, creating new firestorm with comments to CNN claiming he never said there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said, president United States. Yeah. He says only the president didn't collude more on that coming up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel part of their big three today. Members of congress going to get a lesson on tweeting today and leading the discussion none other freshman, congressman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez from Brooklyn, President Trump might argue the Twitter helped him reach the White House now House Democrats hope to use the same direction occasions to grow their power in the house and Senate congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, and others will tell less tech savvy. Democrats how they tweeted their way to a congressional seat and help others in their party connect with voters. Democrats will also learn the difference between official tweets and things you cannot say on those government paid for devices. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. All the way New York City council gonna take it could be the nation's first right to disconnect law. It would find companies if they make employees check work related Email outside of normal business hours. Governor Cuomo pushing hard for congestion pricing is threatening to hold up seven billion dollars in funding to the. N T unless the legislature approves his congestion pricing plan. He says it for a separate vote on the idea to charge drivers come into Manhattan. It probably would be defeated two thousand eighteen a record year for tourists in New York City. That's probably why the streets are so crowded politics aside, tourists, love, New York, NYC and company reports tourism rose to a record high of just over sixty five million last year, the ninth annual increase in a row, even the number of tourists from China rose, despite fears or trade war would drive.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Twenty eight degrees at four o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. A horrific hammer attack at a restaurant in Brooklyn leaves one person dead and two critically injured. Police say the suspect walked into the seaport buffet on Emmons avenue when sheep's head bay and just started going after people at random this woman was working at a business nearby. We will like, you know, all my God. And he looked at us. He says he's running around lock the door. And that's what we did. We locked the door because we didn't know where he was who he was thirty four year old. Chef was killed the sixty year old owner and another person a fifty year old were hurt and rushed to the hospital in critical condition, the hammer wielding man tried to run off, but was eventually arrested by the NYPD democratic New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand taking a first crucial step now and the run for the White House. I'm filing an exploratory committee for president United States. He made the comment on the taping of the late show with Stephen Colbert, she highlighted a commitment to improve the nation's educational system saying she would fight for America's kids is harder. She'd fight for her own Joe, LeBron stated her belief that healthcare should be a right, not a privilege governor Cuomo's laying out in and bishops list of goals or twenty nineteen in his state of the state address in Albany. The governor wants to legalize recreational marijuana expand New York City speed camera program and codify a woman's right to choose. That's right. The rights of Roe v. Wade into the state constitution. So it can never be changed. No matter. What happens? Politically also told lawmakers it is time to pass a Manhattan congestion pricing plan and use the billions raise from the tolls to help fix. What's wrong with the subways? Governor Phil Murphy's delivered. His first state of the state address yesterday at the New Jersey statehouse governor reiterated some of his top priorities including camp. Pain pledges to legalize recreational marijuana raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. And investing in New Jersey transit I am committed to making nj transit. The turnaround story of New Jersey Murphy, also touted his successes, including re-instituting funding for Planned Parenthood. Strengthening New Jersey's already tough gun laws and signing one of the strongest equal pay laws in the country. He also wants to invest in education better infrastructure and offshore wind energy. I'm Lisa G for seven ten w o war employees are going to have to work without pay through the government shutdown the agency recalled forty six thousand workers to work to process tax refunds, the IRS is giving out tax refunds, but it is not performing other functions like auditing..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It's twenty eight degrees. Partly sunny in Boston at two o'clock. I'm Garowe who Gopi and here's what's happening. President Trump is tweeting that he's at the White House waiting for Democrats to get back to Washington and health end the shutdown while ending what he calls the horrible humanitarian crisis at the border congress adjourned yesterday. Lawmakers are expected back on Capitol Hill next week more. Now from CBS is Kenneth Craig President Trump has walked back his vow to declare a national emergency. If he has to in order to get his wall with most lawmakers at home for the weekend between the White House and congressional Democrats have fallen apart with no new talks or plans. Incite the president met with democratic and Republican leaders at the White House this past week, but he abruptly ended the meeting soon after it began calling it a total waste of time. After house speaker Nancy Pelosi, again, refused to give in to the request for billions of dollars in border wall funding. Well, here's what President Trump is telling the eight hundred thousand federal employees who've now missed their first payday because of the government shutdown. Appreciate. Their service to the country. They're credible. Keep federal employees that we're talking about many of them agree with what I'm saying. And what the people in this room experts are saying they don't wanna see people killed because we can't do a simple border structure federal workers rallied with Senator Ed Markey. In Boston calling on the president to drop his demand for border wall funding and end the shutdown. Keep it tuned to WBZ Boston's NewsRadio for the latest catch us to on the free iheartradio app or on your echo device by saying Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio. Well, they weren't supposed to get paid yesterday because of the government shutdown, but they did. Anyway, the Washington Post reports some federal workers in the interior department. Got paychecks by mistake, roughly, forty employees at the chemical safety and hazard investigation board repaid because of a clerical error. And after it was discovered the workers got an urgent Email instructing them not to spend the money saying, quote, please don't access the funds. We're working to determine how to remedy the situation. And it is best. If you don't access the funds on quote. President Trump is responding to a published report that says law enforcement officials were so concerned about his behavior in the days after he fired FBI director James Comey that they started investigating whether he'd been working for Russia against the US. New York Times report cites unnamed former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation who say counterintelligence investigators evaluated whether the president himself was potential threat to national security, whether he was deliberately working for Russia or had unintentionally been influenced by Moscow in a Saturday morning tweet. President Trump says the report shows FBI leadership opened up an investigation on him for no reason and with no proof after he had fired James Comey FBI director, Ben Thomas, Washington. She hasn't been there since stumping for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen Senator Elizabeth Warren is in New Hampshire today. We'll tell you why in a few minutes on WBZ..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Twenty eight degrees. Wisconsin teen missing for three months. Believe it or not found alive last night. It's been a case, that's baffled. The Barron county sheriff's department since October. The parents have thirteen year old Jamie clause found shot dead in their home. Jamie. Nowhere to be found. We believe Jamie was in the home at the time of the homicides. And we believe she is still endanger. But Thursday night a break in the case Jamie was found alive in Douglas county. Wisconsin about eighty miles north of Barron county, her condition not reveal police. Only saying they do have a person in custody. They're planning to hold a news conference Friday morning. Ryan burrow, ABC news state troopers with an update on the deadly crash this week along US fifty and around bottom row. Investigators say two thousand five Pontiac g six headed west on fifty did not yield when it turned left into the path of an eastbound cement truck that truck hit the car as it went left of center into oncoming stopped. Traffic hitting a Jeep a Nissan and three motorcycles the cement truck ended up crashing into a building before it landed on top of that Nissan. The driver of that car Sixty-six-year-old Joe Craven's died from his injuries on Wednesday, the three motorcyclists and the driver of the Pontiac suffered minor injuries. No one else was hurt. There is no word yet. If any charges will be filed, Jack crumley, News Radio seven hundred wwl. Wwl's saying goodbye this weekend to one of coal rains finance. It will start Saturday morning when the procession makes its way from spring grove funeral homes at about nine thirty makes a brief stop at clover. No country club. And then another. A brief stop at Coleraine police department. Coleraine police are encouraging the public to show up anywhere along the procession route beginning at ten in the morning, and then from noon until four A public visitation for officer Dale woods at Coleraine high school, a private visitation is planned for Sunday. But then Monday at noon, a public service will be held at Xavier Cinta center. Matt REEs, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WBZ. News.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He got twenty eight degrees at one o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. A seventy one year old man is dead after fire broke out today in an apartment on the Upper West side, the fire on the third floor of a building at eighty seventh and Amsterdam to other people hurt in the blaze the cause of which remains under investigation. Not guilty plea today entered for Kevin Spacey in his Nantucket sexual assault case, he was in court today to hear the charges read against him complaints charges that in the town of Dan it on July, eighth two thousand sixteen did commit indecent assault and battery person fourteen or over and more on Spacey's court appearance from ABC's. Aaron Katersky January is ordinarily a Sleepytime here on untuckit islands. So when Kevin Spacey came into the small packed courtroom every spectator. I followed his short walk to the front of the room Spacey. Wore a paisley shirt blue. Oh, tie and grey suit. He said nothing during his brief appearance to answer for an indecent assault charge. The judge ordered him to stay away from the alleged victim and his family. His case is back in court in March, but Spacey will not have to be here. Spacey's accused of groping a restaurant busboy no end in sight during this third week of the partial government shutdown. President Trump continues to insist on several billion dollars to help construct a massive wall in the southern border. Trump has threatened to declare a national emergency over border security, but Democrats are unmoved one quarter of the federal government ran out of money on December twenty second including the department of homeland security and Justice and as their shutdown rules on the president is headed south President Trump will travel to the US southern border on Thursday as the standoff in Washington continues over funding for the border wall. He wants to build their press secretary. Sarah Sanders says an tweet that the president will meet with people on the frontlines of the quote, national security and humanitarian crisis the president Sunday signal. He may declare national emerge. Agency on the border. But said it would be dependent on what happens in the shutdown talks over the next few days and acknowledgement that perhaps there's a political calculation to his decision. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. New York City firefighters today are mourning the death of one of their own firefighters saluted their fallen brother before sunrise. Dozens gathered at ladder company, one seventy in Canarsie, Brooklyn. They were there hours after firefighters. Stephen Pollard died from a fall he made the wrong step.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It is twenty eight degrees today, mostly sunny to partly cloudy, a high of thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. I'm Barry Nelson. President Trump is spending Christmas Eve at the White House canceling his plans to travel the mar-a-lago because of the government shutdown, but that hasn't stopped him from tweeting at the top of his mind, the border ABC's. Lana Zak, President Trump began his Christmas Eve tweeting about the border wall and his ongoing conflict with Democrats writing virtually every democrat, we're dealing with today strongly supported a border wall or fence. It was only when I made it an important part of my campaign that they turned against it. Democrats have called the wall ineffective saying that they support other border security efforts like technology updates. Lana Zak ABC news, the White House. A former political professor doesn't think shutting down the government is the solution. How you run a first class stations government? Professor emeritus Wayne young tells WTMJ's Mark secrets the shutdown is nothing new. That's not good. This is developed over the last twenty years young says the while funding or lack thereof as a political leverage for lawmakers. And even the president. He's in the position now that he has an issue to run on his reelection. He can say the Democrats, the Democrats can say this crazy border wall, we stopped. It's only WTMJ news. This Sheboygan police department is leading the investigation into the death of a thirty seven year old man who died while in custody of the final act police. Officers arrested the man around nine pm Sunday night following a traffic. Stop the man who is currently out on bail was taken into custody without incident while on the back of the squad car he began to show signs of distress. An ambulance was called and he was transported to a nearby hospital. Where he was later pronounced dead. The cause of death is under investigation, pending. Autopsy results.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Oh, four jets around into any one shouldn't hit the brakes on Smeg Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred W O A. I enjoy the sunshine because Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday of next week rain today high near sixty sunny tomorrow, high near sixty five sunny Friday and a high near seventy twenty eight degrees. This morning. Is not dead. Newspaper in New Zealand in their obituary column after marvel creator genius Stanley died day before yesterday somehow mixed it up with Spike Lee, Spike, Lee, dead at the age of ninety five. Okay. Let's get to it back in the day on the day this day fourteen th day of November little book Herman Melville wrote called Moby. Dick published in the United States on this day in eighteen fifty one thirty five years ago, speaking of books. Stephen King published pet cemetery his seventeenth book. You may remember the nineteen eighty nine movie. Well, there's a remake. No, John Lithgow. We'll play Judd Crandall. And Jason Clark is the grieving father who misuses the burial grounds that hit your theaters next year on April fifth. It was twenty five years ago today in nineteen Ninety-three Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula picked up his three hundred twenty fifth win which at the time made him the winningest coach in NFL history. Who holds that today? Don shula. You would be right. Still holds the record finished with three hundred and forty seven birthdays today include Limone snick from a series of unfortunate events putty on Seinfeld, the tick and Peter's wheelchair-bound neighbor Joe on family guy that would be one Patrick Warburton turning fifty four. And I don't know if there is a commercial voiceover anywhere. That doesn't include Patrick Warburton, Condoleeza Rice, former secretary of state of sixty four happy birthday J y..
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A low of twenty eight degrees tomorrow mostly sunny high of thirty six in waukesha it's thirty degrees in milwaukee it's currently thirty seven degrees from the wtmj breaking news center a busy week for lawmakers in madison and there's no certainty anything will be accomplished school safety tops the agenda for both the state senate and assembly this week with two ts could be competing against one another on their way to a similar goal the senate expected tomorrow to call its own school safety plan that differs from the one governor walker proposed last week and in turn called for a special assembly session for this week the assembly's committee on education tomorrow we'll hear six bills related to the governor's plan including one that would create an office of school safety is before a special assembly sessions held later this week in madison the governor's proposed school safety plan would cost roughly one hundred million dollars mike spaulding wtmj news simply doesn't intend to meet in regular session assembly majority leader gyms tiny tells wtmj steve's competing we agree with the governor bill taken up in special session of not just you know things thrown on his amendment to you know some arty existing bill hearing governor walker school safety plan that will be held tomorrow nearly three weeks after the first deadly package explosion in austin texas local and federal officials appear no closer to finding the person or people responsible for a series of similar attacks in the texas capitol seventeen days after the first bombing on the opposite side of austin to bicyclists were seriously injured sunday night when they set off an explosive device alongside a road at austin police chief brian manley has reached an inescapable and frightening conclusion we're clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point based on the similarities between now what is the fourth device.
All service members identified from deadly Iraq helicopter crash
"Say the tactic is used by landlords to skirt protections that prevent them from forcing out low paying tenants the kushner companies says it outsources the preparations of such documents and fix any mistakes immediately records show that the company did file some amended documents often more than a year later the defense department has released the names of seven airmen who were killed thursday when a military helicopter crashed in western iraq yesterday we heard about to new york firefighters who died in the crash the names of two other new yorkers who died have now been released captain andreas o'keefe and staff sergeant dash and briggs officials say there were no indications the helicopter had been shut down the cause of the crash remains under investigation both us senators from new york say they would like to honor a congresswoman louise slaughter by renaming rochester train station after her the new york democrat died friday at washington hospital after she was treated following a fall at home she was eighty eight charles schumer and kirsten gillibrand said yesterday that the renaming would be appropriate nearly a year after slaughter dedicated the station and it is twenty eight degrees in new york city at ten oh six support for npr comes from the jacob and valeria langeloth foundation supporting the health and well being of underserved populations at lang loss dot org next time on the new yorker radio hour a comedy about one.
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"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WJR 760
"And i was dependent she froze i didn't know there was an old thirteen mile road i like the new thirteen mile road but anyway i was older tear to where we are i have no idea i couldn't walk my way back through that at all tony knows over at van dyke he said really so anyway it's really really really heroic man heroin it's five forty five and we're going to check some traffic we do that you know traffic and weather first on the fives and i like when dana comes on because i can hear myself twice well i'll take it away in dearborn heights earlier accident along michigan avenue and beech daly that collision is already clear as i mentioned as you head out today some spots are slippery especially ramps bridges overpasses keep that in mind it's going to be a tricky commute i'm dana clark wjr traffic first on the fives from the jr weather center over nuisance than anything else to reminder still is winter flurries snow showers around today thirty six degrees on a north west breeze a little bit colder tonight twentyone flurries snow showers early suburbs a bit colder tomorrow few clouds round with sunshine and milder fortyone rather weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on news talk seven sixty wjr and we've got twenty eight degrees and we're going to be taught onto the gang here again about what is going on in and around the area and the happy to be here who's got something to talk about who's got a story they wanna share anything going on news i wanna say we're at the eckhart advanced technology center right i did say that we are i did say that because i had it written down on my roy see that i know you did but i took it off the eckhart advanced technology center on their advice download and what they do here this is a beautiful play i understand they're sure they know yet because her brand new here there's three of the company's been around sixty years but this is a brand new location there's really cool little model airplanes and cars and a corvette how that matt friedman says sitting on him there is a three d printer in the back so theoretically there could be another steve courtney by before nine yes i hope so tweet care nair don't don't touch anything you learn paul somebody else's house.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Provide your buy one of our living and ultimately to went to the forecast for tonight mostly clear skies low temperature about thirty seven degrees we will see a few isolated freezing spots in central alabama but warming up just for a bid on tuesday then we started getting colder tuesday afternoon will feature mostly sunny skies breezy conditions and the northwest at 10 miles per hour high temperatures though only top out near forty nine degrees a dry cold fronts going to push through its going to aid to some very gusty winds as we head towards tuesday night northwest winds about five to fifteen miles per hour low temperatures will drop down into the 20s twenty eight degrees maybe even a few mid 20s as we head towards wednesday morning wednesday afternoon will feature lots of sunshine high temperature at fifty from wvtm thirteen news i'm meteorologist harmony mendoza with your forecast previously allgood joe waukesha look don't call into the show today tell me about a a permanent because right now what obscene and what i'm say somebody died i don't care what repairs was the protest antiliberal what we had americans get in a car awful robert alias statue and decide to run over thirty five people we have free people think i don't want to hear about a permit the day does not permit right now no by the permitted joe behind a unit coop and decided to give somebody to look like you and they say white the done i want them in jail perry we cannot condone this can acquire don't make excuses for these people if they were wrong i don't care what colour your rome virtual markets show saturdays at four p m own superstation one on one wyde story season may be over but that doesn't mean the problems with your roof magically disappear if your roof is older than six years it probably suffered some serious damage with the rough winds that.
"twenty eight degrees" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM
"Welcome back to the sports corner sports guys for a saturday morning just twenty eight degrees outside a these are still snow flurries out the guys i can't together over there share is yeah there's snow showers this morning and the it should taper off the next couple of hours and then we'll see breaks in the cloud some sunshine this afternoon don't fret this stuff will melt by the next couple of days i will talk at a high today of thirty three will drop back to twenty two tonight thirty eight for a high tomorrow it'll be around forty on monday and that a more snow was the possibility i've monday night tuesday before we get colder once again so we're in this winter frame of mind and i don't know nobody wants to hear that fourletter word of snow but we have had about a half inch in that area parts of lake county most of the roads this morning were treated pretty well on the way he had the pap talked about it when we came on the show here this morning comfort yes i come from the east and i thought was pretty good maybe some sidestreets could be a little snow covered be careful out there could be some slippery spots were not do bear not that bad for the first real snow that we've seen no just be careful leading our neighborhoods amine again if you get on the main roads you're going to be fine twelve 120 rollins are all in good shape but uh my neighborhood a little bit slick and i'm sure some other neighborhoods are too so to speak careful leaving the neighborhood now it's funny though that is when you get that first snowstorm or the first no and nobody knows how to drive in it yeah it's like we had a good acclimated again to driving in the snow and.