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    Getty Vikings running back Dalvin Cook offered a message of support for Everson Griffen, who felt in danger at his home on Wednesday. Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook took the podium for his weekly Wednesday press conference in a somber mood. His longtime teammate, Everson Griffen, was worried there was an intruder in his home and made a series of disturbing Instagram posts early Wednesday morning, claiming someone was in his house trying to kill him. With local authorities and team mental health specialists outside his home, Griffen hadn’t come out all morning. The rest of the team readied for Wednesday’s practice. Griffen, 33, eventually came out of his home “without incident and is now getting the care that he needs,” per ESPN. However, while the situation was ongoing, Cook, 25, offered Griffen a strong message of support and a reminder. The latest Vikings news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Vikings newsletter here! Join Heavy on Vikings! ‘That’s My Brother’Cook spoke admirably about how Griffen “took him under his wing” when he first...
    Dalvin Cook says he’s trying to reach out to his teammate after seeing the disturbing Everson Griffen video on Wednesday morning.  A disturbing video posted to the Instagram account of Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen on Wednesday morning has prompted an ongoing police situation outside of his home. In the video Griffen is seen sitting at his home in the dark with a handgun, describing to those watching that he has a license to carry it and that he’s preparing to defend himself against what he claims is a threat to his life. He notes that he bought ammunition for the gun and that it was acquired with the help of Vikings running back Dalvin Cook. Local authorities released a report late Wednesday morning detailing that Griffen had called police around 3 a.m. CT saying that he was fearing for his life. Griffen told dispatchers that he had fired his weapon but that no one was injured. According to police, Griffen is refusing to leave his home although they believe no one else is in immediate danger.Dalvin Cook reached...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Good morning, can I rant about something that is a little annoying right now? You may have seen it on your social media feed popping up yesterday. I am talking about articles and social media posts talking about potential systems more than a week out. READ MORE: Woodland Hills School Board To Vote On Future Of Superintendent James HarrisWEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos The problem with these early forecasts is that weather is all about probabilities. A chance for rain. A temperature forecast. We take math and science and come up with the most likely solution or outcome. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center Our forecast gets more accurate as we get closer to an event. We also have more tools available to us including high-resolution model data that goes out at most to 60 hours. Rounding errors from dropsondes (weather balloons) upper-level air data isn’t as big a deal when it comes to one day out as compared to five...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — I am saying there’s a chance! What am I talking about? There will be a lunar eclipse this Friday morning and there will be a chance for us to see it. If you have lived in W. Pennsylvania for any amount of time you know there are times where we are sunshine challenged. That is basically a fancy way of saying we see our share of mostly cloudy and overcast days that impacts our view of the heavens. It does look currently though that there is a solid chance on Friday morning having mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. READ MORE: Water Main Break Causes Headaches In West ViewBefore we get to the lunar eclipse, let’s talk about your forecast for today and Wednesday. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Highs today should be a little warmer than yesterday’s 41. I have us hitting 47 with mostly sunny afternoon skies. Winds won’t be as strong today as what we saw yesterday. While the wind direction will be variable, wind speeds should just be around 2-5 mph....
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s Pittsburgh, so you know that the weather forecast regarding if it will be or won’t be snow is never a simple one. This weekend will have a chance for snow on both Saturday and Sunday along with some light snow still possible on Monday. READ MORE: Donatelli's In Bloomfield Searching For New Owners, Could Close Its Doors After 90 YearsWEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos At this point, it is way too early to talk about any potential totals when it comes to snow. Places in the Laurels should expect to see some significant totals though. Everyone else will see little to accumulation at the most at this point. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center Back to today, mild weather sticks around with morning lows near 50 and highs in the low 60s. READ MORE: Car Nearly Crashes Off Of Lower Deck Of Ft. Duquesne BridgeWe do have a cold front sitting on top of us as we start...
                                Presented by ExxonMobil     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths each morning this week: Monday, 745,836; Tuesday, 747,033; Wednesday, 748,621; Thursday, 750,430. After Tuesday’s election results, Democrats say they’re queasy. Republican Glenn YoungkinGlenn YoungkinDemocrats must stop their infighting — and four other lessons from the 2021 elections Democrats feel new urgency on Biden agenda after Virginia rout Republican optimism soars over Democratic debacle MORE’s gubernatorial victory in Virginia and Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy’s unexpectedly narrow squeaker in New Jersey have launched a thousand theories.      Was it the hangover of President BidenJoe BidenDemocrats hit panic button after Virginia collapse Manchin says he...
    SAN JOSE — A motorcyclist died on Wednesday morning after being struck by a large truck, according to San Jose police. The motorcyclist was hit by the truck around 5:50 a.m. at N 10th Street and Commercial Street, authorities said in a tweet. The person was pronounced dead at the scene and the identity wasn’t immediately released. Traffic on Wednesday morning could be impacted and officials encouraged driver to use alternate routes. Related Articles Two Bay Area men charged with hate crimes in separate assaults, officials say Morgan Hill pastor arrested on suspicion of child molestation, police say California man fires slingshot at police drone during wild standoff One dies, three injured in Fremont house fire NYC firefighters lash out as vaccine deadline arrives
    Michael Thomas out for the season: A setback in his recovery from ankle surgery will force the Saints star receiver to miss the entire 2021 NFL season.  Another huge blow was dealt to the New Orleans Saints on Wednesday morning. Michael Thomas, who was placed on IR before the start of the season due to offseason ankle surgery, announced on Twitter that he will miss the entire season after suffering a setback in his recovery. The news comes on the heels of the Saints losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston for the year after he suffered a torn ACL and MCL in a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Losing Thomas is a massive blow, which seems rather obvious. While he hasn’t played a single snap this season, his return was a sort of light at the end of the tunnel for a Saints offense that desperately needs him. New Orleans ranks last in the NFL in explosive wide receiver plays with just 15, while everyone else in the league has at least 20.Michael Thomas ankle: Michael Thomas out...
    DUXBURY (CBS) – A nor’easter tore through Massachusetts early Wednesday morning, leaving more than 400,000 people without power in what quickly became a storm to remember for many people. PHOTOS: October Nor’easter Damage Widespread tree damage and power outages have been reported on the South Shore and Cape Cod. The Duxbury Fire Department said it responded to over 90 calls over a 12-hour span during the storm. Duxbury firefighters responded to over 90 calls for tree damage overnight. (Image Credit: Duxbury Fire Department PIO) About 91% of Duxbury had no power as of Wednesday morning. People were asked to stay off the roads due to extensive tree limbs on the roads. Video taken by Harry Green in Brockton shows a transformer fire and explosion on Washington Ave. and Pine Street. Green said he heard a boom and ran to a neighbor’s house to alert them that trees were on fire. A short time later a large boom can be heard and sparks flew. A transformer fire in Brockton. (Image Credit: Harry Green) More than 40 streets in Plymouth were blocked...
    DUXBURY (CBS) – A nor’easter tore through Massachusetts early Wednesday morning, leaving more than 400,000 people without power in what quickly became a storm to remember for many people. PHOTOS: October Nor’easter Damage Widespread tree damage and power outages have been reported on the South Shore and Cape Cod. The Duxbury Fire Department said it responded to over 90 calls over a 12-hour span during the storm. Duxbury firefighters responded to over 90 calls for tree damage overnight. (Image Credit: Duxbury Fire Department PIO) About 91% of Duxbury had no power as of Wednesday morning. People were asked to stay off the roads due to extensive tree limbs on the roads. Video taken by Harry Green in Brockton shows a transformer fire and explosion on Washington Ave. and Pine Street. Green said he heard a boom and ran to a neighbor’s house to alert them that trees were on fire. A short time later a large boom can be heard and sparks flew. A transformer fire in Brockton. (Image Credit: Harry Green) More than 40 streets in Plymouth were blocked...
                              Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths each morning this week: Monday, 701,170; Tuesday, 703,285; Wednesday, 705,284; Thursday, 707,788. The Senate is on the verge of breaking a stalemate on the debt ceiling after Senate Democrats accepted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellGraham opposes short-term debt hike, warns against being 'held hostage' to filibuster Schumer-McConnell debt hike talks spill into Thursday Overnight Defense & National Security — Pentagon chiefs to Congress: Don't default MORE’s (R-Ky.) offer of an increase until December, which defers but does not resolve the disagreement.   The idea from McConnell came as a surprise...
    By Marissa Armas DENVER (CBS4) – An investigation is underway in the Westwood neighborhood in southwest Denver after two cars were set on fire and a nearby home surveillance system captures it all on camera. Denver Fire officials said the incident happened on Tuesday around 5 a.m. READ MORE: Ptarmigan Fire: Mandatory Evacuations To Be Lifted Thursday MorningRaymond Gutierrez said he was shocked to see his neighborâs car in flames. Gutierrez didnât see it happen in real time, but he was able to review what happened by viewing his Nest camera video. He later heard firefighters arrive at the scene. âI just happened to glance and I saw that fire ball that erupted,â Gutierrez said. “Lived in the neighborhood for seven years and it’s been mostly peaceful for that most part in that neighborhood but that was the craziest thing Iâve seen since Iâve lived there.â (credit: CBS) The surveillance video shows two cars pull up to the driveway of the home and moments later the cars catch fire. The video later shows two people run away from the driveway,...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Red Sox haven’t played in a playoff game since 2018, and at the moment, the team is barely hanging on to their postseason lives after being swept by the Yankees over the weekend. But given how the schedule shakes out for Boston and its Wild Card competition over the final week of the regular season, chances are the Red Sox will still be playing some October baseball. (Not counting the three October games against the Nationals to close out the regular season, of course.) READ MORE: Marcus Smart Ready For A Fresh Start In His New Role With Celtics And despite that three-game sweep that flip-flopped the Sox and the Yankees in the standings, there still remains a decent chance that the Red Sox will play host to the AL Wild Card game come Oct. 5. If that game is played at Fenway Park, and if — albeit a much bigger if — the team advances to the ALDS, fans will have a chance to snag some tickets to playoff games at Fenway Park on Wednesday...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see cooler temperatures Wednesday, conditions that are expected to last for the next few days.Los Angeles and Orange counties can expect some clouds Wednesday morning with a high of 78 degrees by the afternoon. Temperatures will stay in the upper 70s through the end of the week.Valleys and the Inland Empire will see morning fog and afternoon sunshine as temperatures dip to 89 Wednesday. Similar conditions are expected through Sunday.Mountains on Wednesday will see temperatures hit about 77 amid sunny and breezy conditions.Desert temperatures will hit 93 degrees Wednesday with gusts up to 35 mph.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free Accuweather app for iPhone and Android devices.Share your weather pictures and...
                                   Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths each morning this week: Monday, 648,472; Tuesday, 649,003; Wednesday, 650,532; Thursday, 652,675. Democratic leaders in Washington are wrapped in a tangle of objections, rejections and time constraints as they try to move major legislation that would spend more than $4 trillion and raise taxes while eyeing separate risks of a U.S. default or a government shutdown.   As The Hill’s Scott Wong and Mike Lillis write, the next two and a half weeks represents a make-or-break stretch for the party in power as it races to enact President BidenJoe BidenBiden administration...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Concrete was seen falling from a Chicago railroad bridge Wednesday morning. It happened just after 10:30 Wednesday morning at I-90/94 West (northbound Kennedy) near Milwaukee Avenue in Jefferson Park. According to IDOT “concrete deterioration of the Metra bridge platform caused pieces of debris to fall on the Interstate below.” The right two lanes of I-90/94W northbound Kennedy near Milwaukee were closed. Around 11:12 a.m. The left two lanes were shut down.
    Five members of a notorious NYC gang said to be behind the shootings of 12 people were busted during a dawn raid.  Jasier Mitchel, 20, his brother Jamique Mitchell, 19, and Melvin Williams, 20,  were all arrested at their homes in Harlem at dawn Wednesday over their alleged membership of the Chico Gang. It is named after 16 year-old Juwan 'Chico' Tavarez, who was shot dead in March 2016. The trio's arrests were caught on camera by a CBS New York crew. Williams was filmed saying 'I'm innocent' as he was led away. A DailyMail.com cameraman later filmed Williams, Jasier Mitchel and another gang member - Dakotah Campbell - who was also arrested Sunday, with all four indicted Wednesday. Nine other members of the same gang were previously indicted, and face charges including attempted murder, attempted assault and weapons possession. The Chico Gang is accused of carrying out 12 shootings to avenge Tavarez's death which included four innocent bystanders - one of them being a 12-year-old boy.   Alleged Chico Gang member Melvin Williams, 20, is filmed being arrested in...
    Three men were stabbed in a Brooklyn subway station early Wednesday, cops said. The victims, all in their 30s, were stabbed on the N, D and R platform of the 36th Street station, at Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, around 5:20 a.m., authorities said. NYC SLASHING: MAN BRUTALLY ATTACKED BY HATCHET-WIELDING MANIAC AT BANK ATM They were taken to NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn. Two of them suffered minor injuries, according to the FDNY. The condition of the third victim was not immediately clear. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The circumstances leading up to the stabbing were also unclear Wednesday morning. This report originally appeared in the New York Post.
                                  Presented by AT&T     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 616,829; Tuesday, 617,321; Wednesday, 618,137; Thursday, 618,479. Trouble is brewing within the House Democratic Caucus, as Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) held firm Wednesday and will not take up the Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill in the coming weeks, putting her in conflict with moderate Democrats who clamor for an immediate vote on the proposal.    For weeks, Pelosi has maintained that the House will not act on the $1 trillion bipartisan package until Senate Democrats vote in unison on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation blueprint, bowing to...
    New York City mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa plans to lead a protest Wednesday morning outside the Midtown Manhattan office of embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. "It’s time for Governor Cuomo to resign," Sliwa said in a statement. "No more chicanery. No more delay. Justice delayed is justice denied. Cuomo must go now." "It’s time for Governor Cuomo to resign. No more chicanery. No more delay. Justice delayed is justice denied. Cuomo must go now." — Curtis Sliwa, GOP candidate for NYC mayor New York City mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa is seen recently in Manhattan. (Getty Images) Sliwa’s announcement came Tuesday, after New York state Attorney General Letitia James issued a 165-page report in which she concluded that Cuomo had sexually harassed multiple women and retaliated against a former employee who complained about him.  JANICE DEAN CALLS FOR CUOMO TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE: I WILL ‘RAISE MY VOICE UNTIL I DON’T HAVE ONE ANYMORE' "If this isn't a statement of why Cuomo must go, I don't know what is," Sliwa said in a video that he posted...
    More On: 2020 olympics Bruce Springsteen’s daughter off to tough start at Olympics Last US beach volleyball team left standing advance into semifinals Luka Doncic is putting together an Olympic masterpiece Mao pins worn by Chinese athletes may test Olympic rules It’s track and field’s time to shine at the 2021 Olympics. Gymnastics and swimming are officially in the rearview, leaving track as the headlining event of the Tokyo games. And there will be several American stars on display in the Olympics’ 12th day. Elsewhere, there is baseball, skateboarding and much more on the docket for Wednesday. Here are the major Olympic events that will take place on Wednesday, August 4: Track and field: 10:30 PM (Tuesday) and 7:00 AM (Wednesday), NBC/Peacock America gets a taste of what’s to come on Tuesday night with the women’s 400m hurdles (10:30 PM), which will feature Sydney McLaughlin (arguably the country’s most famous track athlete behind Allyson Felix), Dalilah Muhammad and Anna Cockrell (sister of NFLer Ross Cockrell). Then Wednesday morning, it’s an onslaught of track finals. The women’s 3000m steeplechase (7:00...
    More On: apple Elon Musk bashes Apple, journalists and critics after Tesla reports record profits World’s biggest iPhone factory unaffected by deadly floods in China Apple wants to lease Hollywood production space to grow streaming efforts Apple reportedly delays return to office amid COVID variant surge Apple knocked investors’ expectations out of the park with a strong second quarter earnings report Tuesday evening — but the company’s stock fell sharply on Wednesday morning as the company warned that supply constraints will hurt future sales. Apple shares were trading down about 2.8 percent shortly at as low as $142.71 shortly after market open on Wednesday, before recovering somewhat to $146.23 later in the morning, according to MarketWatch data.  Amid Apple’s blockbuster second quarter earnings presentation — in which surging sales for iPhones, Macs and iPads catapulted revenue to $81.4 billion — was a warning that the ongoing semiconductor shortage will affect revenue in the third quarter. In a call with investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook warned that chip supply constraints would hurt iPhone and iPad sales in the July through...
    Former San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman was arrested early Wednesday morning and charged with burglary domestic violence, according to public court records. Sherman, a current free agent, was booked into King County Correctional Facility in Seattle at 6:08 a.m. Wednesday morning and denied bail, the court records show. No more information was immediately available. Sherman, 33, married his longtime partner, Ashley Moss, in 2018. The couple has two children, a son and a daughter, and keep a home in the Seattle area. Sherman posted videos on social media Tuesday afternoon enjoying a day at the park with his kids. Sherman was a defensive captain for the 49ers the past three seasons while battling through calf injuries. He arrived in San Francisco following an acclaimed start to his career as an outspoken star for the Seattle Seahawks, where he earned three first-team All-Pro selections and won a Super Bowl. This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.
    York County coroner has identified the woman found dead on a street in York on Wednesday morning. Melissa Duffy, 44, of 700 block of Edgegrove Road Conewago Township, side of a blunt force trometer head in the 300 block of Rose Avenue York City at approximately 8:53 a.m., according to the York County coroner. Police responded to the reports of a woman's body being found around 9:15 a.m. on Wednesday morning, as Daily Voice previously reported. The autopsy was conducted Thursday morning at Lehigh valley hospital. Details that led up to her dad have not been released. Follow daily voice for updates.
     Presented by Facebook    Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths each morning this week: Monday, 601,825; Tuesday, 602,092; Wednesday, 602,462; Thursday, 602,837. Senators from both parties said Wednesday that following weeks of proposals, counter-proposals and a shifting cast of determined negotiators, they tentatively agreed on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure “framework” that White House officials described in a statement as “progress.” Negotiators plan to brief President BidenJoe BidenSchumer vows to advance two-pronged infrastructure plan next month Biden appoints veteran housing, banking regulator as acting FHFA chief Iran claims U.S. to lift all oil sanctions but State Department says 'nothing is agreed' MORE at the White House today (The Hill).  The outline, according to negotiators, consists largely of details the bipartisan...
    Cohen Bennett Hancz-Barron, 21, is wanted over the quadruple homicide that occurred in Fort Wayne, Indiana on Wednesday morning Police are hunting for an 'armed and dangerous' man in Indiana who is suspected of killing a woman and three young children. Cohen Bennett Hancz-Barron, 21, is wanted over the quadruple homicide that occurred in Fort Wayne on Wednesday morning.   Authorities say they were called to a home for an undisclosed reason in the early hours and found the four bodies.  They have not revealed how the woman and three children were killed.  Fort Wayne Police spokesman Jeremy Webb described the scene as 'gruesome'.   'When you have murdered children, it's going to be gruesome,' he said.  'As far as the degree of their injuries, I can't speak to that.'  Hancz-Barron was last seen driving a stolen black Ford pickup truck with the license plate 'RASHAD'. He is armed and extremely dangerous, police warned Authorities say they found the bodies of a woman and three young children after responding to a home on the 2900 block of Gay Street...
                                Presented by Uber     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 589,893; Tuesday, 590,533; Wednesday, 590,941; Thursday, 591,953. Senate Republicans are set to deliver their latest infrastructure offer to President BidenJoe BidenSan Jose shooting victims, shooter identified Romney blasts political extremes in speech accepting JFK award Senate passes bill requiring declassification of information on COVID-19 origins MORE this morning amid rampant skepticism that the two sides can hammer out an agreement in the coming weeks.    Led by Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), a group of Senate Republicans will present the White House with its counteroffer: a...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A heads up for drivers. Expect major delays if you’re driving over the Scudder Falls Bridge Wednesday. The backup will affect drivers heading from Bucks County into Mercer County. Only one eastbound lane will be open on the bridge so crews can prepare for some construction. Officials warn there could be delays up to an hour or more during the morning commute so you may want to plan a detour.
    BOSTON (CBS) – Matt Siegel, the longtime host of “Matty in the Morning” on Kiss 108 in Boston, was back on the air Thursday morning, a day after he appeared to have quit. Siegel told listeners Thursday he “snapped” Wednesday, after he was told to stop talking about Demi Lovato after the singer’s announcement that they now identify as non-binary. READ MORE: Mikayla Millers Friend Notified Others Hopkinton Teen Might Hurt Herself, Attorney Says On Wednesday, Siegel told his audience he did not want to continue on air if there were limits on what he could talk about. “I am the biggest of all time and they said shut up Matt, stop talking. Well, I hope you’re happy because I just stopped talking. Matty out,” Siegel said before leaving and not returning for the final 45 minutes of the show Wednesday. READ MORE: It Happens Here: Canton Ropes Course Brings Thrills High Above The Ground On Thursday, Siegel said he spoke with management after that show and they told him he has their full support, so he made the decision...
                          Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. Today is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths as of this morning: Monday, 581,754; Tuesday, 582,153; Wednesday, 582,848; Thursday, 583,685. It was a tale of two scenes across the nation’s capital on Wednesday as President Biden expressed optimism following a meeting with congressional leaders that a bipartisan infrastructure deal could come together, at the same time House Republicans swiftly booted Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyWarren says Republican party 'eating itself and it is discovering that the meal is poisonous' Biden: McCarthy's support of Cheney ouster is 'above my pay grade' McConnell says he's 'great admirer' of Liz Cheney but mum on her...
    A block of homes in Bucks County was evacuated Wednesday morning due to a gas leak. Several families on the 900 block of Wood Street were ordered out around 9 a.m. Engine 50 responded to a gas leak this morning in Station 51s local. Due to the nature of the incident the assignment...Posted by Bristol Consolidated Fire Station 50 on Wednesday, May 12, 2021PECO arrived and was able to temporarily secure the 4” gas main that was struck, Bristol Consolidated Fire Station 50 said. Crews were on scene of this incident for almost three hours. Mutual aid was provided by Croydon Fire Company and Third District Fire Co.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Good morning, you can say goodbye to the summertime warmth today. We’ve already seen today’s high, 59° in Pittsburgh, with morning lows near 50 degrees and afternoon high temperatures in the mid-50s. READ MORE: COVID Classroom Challenges: North Hills Teacher In The Running For NHLs Teacher Of The Year Noon temperatures should be in the low 50s. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos The big story today is obviously morning rain as it slides through. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center If you are in Allegheny County and places south of there you will have a wet ride into work today. At least if you are driving in before 8:00 a.m. After that, expect scattered rain showers and some drizzle around for the rest of the morning. READ MORE: Biden Administration Launches Website And Text Message Campaign To Help Americans Get Vaccinated Places north of Allegheny County, especially Beaver, Lawrence, and Mercer counties, will only see a scattered rain chance at best....
    Jakarta — Indonesia's military said Wednesday that it had asked Singapore and Australia for help in the search for a submarine with 53 crew aboard after losing contact with the vessel off the coast of Bali. "It's true that the KRI Nanggala 402 lost contact since early this morning around 3:00 am," said First Admiral Julius Widjojono. He said the Indonesian navy was searching for the sub. The Indonesian navy submarine KRI Nanggala-402 sails past during preparations for the anniversary of Indonesia's military, September 25, 2014 in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.  Anadolu Agency/Getty "We know the area but it's quite deep," Widjojono said. The Reuters news agency, citing an Indonesian navy spokesperson, said the German-made submarine had been conducting a torpedo drill north of the island of Bali early Wednesday morning, but never reported the results as it should have. Reuter said the submarine was built in 1978, but completely overhauled in South Korea in 2012.
    The old rhyme about April showers bringing May flowers doesn’t mention wicked winds and plummeting temperatures, but that’s what the D.C. area faces this week. “From mid-May temperatures today, to cold March-like winds tomorrow, to a frost/freeze threat on Thursday — maybe even Friday — morning,” Storm Team4 meteorologist Chuck Bell said. Tuesday will be the best weather of the week, with sunny skies, a nice breeze and afternoon highs in the mid-70s. It’s all down hill from there, however. Listen to WTOP online and on the radio at 103.5 FM or 107.7 FM. Current traffic conditions Weather forecast Closings and Delays Sign up for WTOP alerts Bell said clouds will begin to increase Tuesday night and at least a few sprinkles of rain arrive around sunrise Wednesday. This is because a powerful storm will reach the Washington region around noon Wednesday. Ahead of it, temperatures will stay in the 50s overnight and briefly reach the mid to upper 60s late Wednesday morning. “Bursts of rain and even some thunderstorms are likely from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday,”...
                              Presented by Tax March     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. Today is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 562,066; Tuesday, 562,533; Wednesday, 563,446; Thursday, 564,402. When in doubt, pause.   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Wednesday postponed making a recommendation regarding the use of Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) vaccine, deciding to take more time and gather more information about reports of rare blood clots.    Members of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices said they did not feel comfortable making a decision about whether to continue J&J vaccinations yet, because there was not enough evidence about the patients who...
          Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. Today is Thursday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 555,001; Tuesday, 555,615; Wednesday, 556,528; Thursday, 559,116. President Biden on Wednesday invited lawmakers to join him in enacting a sweeping infrastructure plan, including proposed tax hikes on corporations that have become a flashpoint among Republicans and some Democrats.   In a Wednesday speech designed to publicly frame arguments expected to be center stage this spring and summer, the president said he’ll begin to confer with lawmakers next week when they return to Washington. Biden wants to spend $2.3 trillion over eight years on a catalog of U.S. projects, programs and infrastructure that he says can create jobs, reduce greenhouse gases, compete with...
          Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. Today is Thursday and it’s April Fools’ Day! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 549,335; Tuesday, 550,036; Wednesday, 550,996; Thursday, 552,072. President Biden asked Congress on Wednesday to pass a jobs plan that would borrow from FDR’s New Deal, former President Eisenhower’s interstate highway system and former President Kennedy’s ambitious commitment to put a man on the moon.   The challenges, however, are that Biden is not governing a nation during a world war or calling for a web of asphalt so families can evacuate after a nuclear bomb, and Americans are not jockeying with the Kremlin in a race to the moon. Billionaires Elon MuskElon Reeve MuskAmerican Rescue Plan: Ending...
    Joe Biden's second sit-down interview as president will air Wednesday morning as the president kicks off a cross-country tour promoting his massive $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill, which he signed last week. ABC News host George Stephanopoulos revealed the interview will premiere on 'Good Morning America' on Wednesday. 'Tune into GMA Wednesday for my exclusive interview with President Joe Biden as he travels the country to sell his economic relief plan,' Stephanopoulos previewed during ABC's Sunday morning program 'This Week.' The sit-down with Stephanopoulos is only the second interview with the president since Biden took office as he faces mounting criticism for not yet holding a press conference since being sworn in and largely avoiding directly addressing the press.  ABC News host George Stephanopoulos previewed Sunday his sit down interview with Joe Biden will air on 'Good Morning America' Wednesday morning The interview is Biden's second sit-down as president – as he continues to face criticism for not yet holding a press briefing and largely avoiding directly answering journalists questions Biden's first interview as president aired before the...
    SANTA CRUZ — Some Santa Cruz residents awoke Wednesday to an unusual sighting on the Central Coast: snow. Overnight and through Wednesday afternoon a low-pressure storm system dropped rain, snow and in some areas such as Aptos, pea-sized hail, according to Rick Canepa, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “That’s all associated with the instability moving through right now, due to a cool pool of air that’s aloft,” Canepa said. “It’s that higher elevation that we’re seeing where it’s cold enough for supporting snow.” Snow continued to fall in some parts of the Santa Cruz Mountains and has been documented at 2,000-foot elevations and above, locally. Ted Logan, a Santa Cruz Mountains resident who lives near Loma Prieta, captured the snow dusting on his camera. The snow is still falling. Still less than an inch but plenty to be fun. pic.twitter.com/OGwQYBlJ5M — Ted "Theodore" Logan (@calvinsdad) March 10, 2021 “It’s a low-pressure system from higher latitudes, that’s moving down to our latitude,” Canepa said. “The combination of that unstable air mass picking up water vapor off the ocean...
    After a one-day reprieve from the barrage of wintry weather on Wednesday, Feb. 17, a new storm taking aim on the region has the potential to dump a significant amount of snowfall. The time frame for the new storm is Thursday morning, Feb. 18 into Friday, morning Feb. 19, with the potential for moderate to heavy snowfall and a brief wintry mix, the National Weather Service said. A look at the coverage area for a Winter Storm Watch in effect from 6 a.m. Thursday until 6 a.m. Friday is shown in the first image above. The heaviest snow in the Northeast is expected from northern and central Pennsylvania through upstate New York and central and northern New England, according to AccuWeather. The first snowfall projections released by AccuWeather show the potential for 6 to 12 inches of snowfall for areas north of I-287 in New York and the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut, and Massachusetts. New York City, Long Island, southern Westchester, and coastal Connecticut could see 3 or more inches of snowfall. For the snowfall projection map of the entire region, click...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -Good morning, call us “Pitts-burrrrr” this morning with us likely seeing the coldest temperatures so far this season occurring.  Up until now, we have hit 8 degrees a couple of times for morning lows.  RELATED: State Police Issue 5 Warnings To Pittsburgh Establishments During COVID-19 Compliance Checks I expect to see our morning temperature this morning dropping to either 7 or 6 degrees.  This could be the coldest start to the day since March 5, 2019, when we fell to 6 degrees. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos While I can’t completely rule out an isolated snow shower here or there, today should really be dry with partly cloudy skies.  Highs will reach the mid-20s with temperatures in the teens around noon. Winds will be light, coming in out of the northeast, so there won’t be much of a chill in the air. Our next winter storm arrives on Thursday morning, with the latest data pointing to most of our area seeing between two-to-four inches...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – First off, we must discuss what happened Tuesday morning, Feb. 16. In the wake of all the power outages across North Texas, we woke up to ONE OF THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES EVER RECORDED for the Metro area. The -2 degrees ties for the second coldest morning ever and coldest in a generation. Stunning. Ever since Sunday, every day has created record lows and records for coldest days. We are under a WINTER STORM WARNING UNTIL 6AM THURSDAY. We are already seeing snow fall in our western counties as of Tuesday afternoon. Our next winter storm arrives this evening for the rest of North Texas. Tuesday night, we are expecting snow, with the heaviest amounts along our Red River counties. The Metroplex will have a wide range of snow amounts ranging from 1″ in the southern edge to 4″ in the northern edge. Overnight and into Wednesday morning the snow is going to change over to a mix of sleet and snow, then freezing rain. It appears at this time that the dividing line...
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