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Steve & Ted in the Morning 12-07-16 Wins for the Shockers, Jayhawks, and Wildcats

Dec 7, 2016|

All 3 Division 1 NCAA Kansas schools victorious on Tuesday night.

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Is distinction which talk turns to first for live team coverage of breaking news KSS. Wichita is number one yeah. News talk bad weather station depend on. Good morning 7 o'clock. This is the case in this as sporting news was even dead. I was being actions on FBI says the LA transit threat was a hoax we've got that story I'm Jim Neal. A Wichita woman and her children were found safe after being abducted. It's the holiday season and security experts say it's also time for fraud we'll have some tips coming up. I'm KM SS meteorologist Dan holidays as Arctic air moves in the south central Kansas we get even colder by tonight. How cold and what is our snow forecast that and more next. Thought authorities say the abduction of a Wichita woman and three children after residential burglary was not a random event up. Wichita police said Tuesday for men and a woman have been interviewed and will be booked into jail for kidnapping and robbery. 31 year old man told officers responding to the burglary call with several suspects entered his home. One man had allegedly pointed a handgun adamant tied him up the suspects and allegedly stole electronics and escorted the woman and her three children from a home. AMBER Alert was issued overnight but was not received by many areas cell phones. Officials and to Peco are investigating what may have been a human error mistake in issuing the alert Dan O'Neill came in SS news. Authorities in Hutchinson say officers have shot and killed a man who pointed a gun at them police say the shooting happened around 2 AM Tuesday. When officers respond to a home and encounter demand in the bedroom armed with a handgun. Police say officers fired their weapons from the man pointed the gun at them police identified the man killed as 55 year old. Richard Jones of Hutchinson none of the officers were injured. The FBI says the threat of terror attack. On the Los Angeles metro system Tuesday it was. Hoax FBI saying it found no evidence that the threatening to the LA metro red line is credible and based on a significant similarities it is apparent that the same caller who called in this alleged threats Universal Studios in the metro station just outside of it may have called in previous occasion also a threat that did not materialize despite the fact is this appears to be a hoax the so called joint terrorism task force says it'll continue to investigate it stands by its decision to alert the public and beef up security across Los Angeles Matt -- ABC news Los Angeles. Today marks the 75 anniversary of Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and the US navy base in Hawaii. 2403. Americans were killed. Here's part of president Franklin Roosevelt's address after the attack that led America into World War II. Beat somebody seven. 1941. Yeah. They date which will live. In infamy. United States of America. Was suddenly and deliberately attacked. My naval on them forces. Of the empire. Good round. It was a relatively tame Donald Trump who flew into North Carolina late yesterday to thank you supporters last month's White House victory they would expecting president elect Donald Trump to discuss his earlier criticism of Boeing during last night's rally here in North Carolina was disappointed. But prompted talk about Japanese bank chief Masayoshi Son. He's pledged that he's going to put fifteen billion dollars. Into the United States because of our victory. On has offered to provide financing for start up companies in this country because of Trump's pledges of Steve regulation Jim Ryan ABC news Fayetteville, North Carolina. A position in Kansas congressman elect believes real Health Care Reform is on the way under president elect Donald Trump. Doctor Roger Marshall says. I think people were easy to get something accomplished its culture in a matter of weeks and months as opposed to a year. Marshall says trump has given congress a mandate to figure this out. Winter weather settling in across Kansas lower temperatures mean many of us will walk outside in the morgue to frosted windshields and cold vehicles. While it's common to practice to wait inside bubbly warm up our cars police want this is exactly what criminals are looking out for. Wichita police chief Gordon Ramsay. We do encourage everybody to take an extra ten minutes make sure that your your vehicle when a storm and don't just leave its unoccupied warming up because it does we view. To potentially have yourself become a bit. Kansas State law actually prohibits leaving your vehicle running while unattended. Doing so can result in a fine of more than 100 dollars. To an SS news I'm now 7055. Minutes past 7 o'clock. Victories yesterday for the jayhawks the shoppers and the wildcats and but it is details coming up in sports holiday shoppers beware of online fraud. That story coming up public and is this morning news was even dead. Mcginnis this morning the Stephens and now 7099 minutes past 7 o'clock still 34 degrees at an hour reading. But spent several hours fell 34. Several thousand rescuers are being sent to Indonesia's Aceh province. For a magnitude six point five earthquake struck early today. Disaster officials put the death toll at 54 bit period could become higher as rescue teams search the rubble of collapsed buildings. Officials and Oakland have now identified 35 of the 36 victims who perished in Friday night's warehouse fire but questions remain about the location. Oakland city records show between 252014. There're three complaints made about the warehouse people living and it garbage around their. In over thirty years seven complaints made about the empty lot next door Oakland mayor of the B shaft. The determining used for the warehouse is as a commercial space it was not permitted for residential. Use nor public assembly. News this city is now organizing a task force to look at other warehouses where people might be living inside he illegally Alex down the ABC news Oakland California. Bulger scrambling to finish up your holiday shopping chances are you will be buying it on line this year for some of those Egypt's. Security experts say in all the hustle and bustle don't become a target for fraud. This season for holiday shopping in a tight security experts say for spammers. Online sales are up mobile sales expected to jump at least 20% this year Experian head of fraud and identity Steve Platt as consumers need to be extra careful. With what they click on you if you look. That the web site that the emails or direct you to. I think you can actually discern quite quickly whether it's legitimate or it's not. Platt also says to check your banking and credit card statements to make sure no one has gone on the street at York spent Michelle Franzen ABC news. Seventeen and now attendance has done. The clock. And keep his head. And this morning we've got some heavy traffic right now on TE 96. Watch out both directions 1996 right around radian. In northwest. Which saw. Over there just short of the north junction traffic is heavy right there right now. CNN says traffic central under achievers of the forecast with K and it says stampede you don't just stand today good morning dad told good morning a fast moving disturbance we'll have across the central plains bringing us a Trace of snowfall today. We're expected to be around 35 for the high with a gusty north wind. Clearing and cold overnight. Are low to mid teens sunny and 28 for the high Thursday on K and SS meteorologist Dan Holliday thinking then now it's cloudy skies 34 degrees the wind from the east. At nine miles per hour 7-Eleven here. On Wednesday morning December 7 when he sixteen into. The controversy continues after the big warehouse fire in Oakland California and have more and more facts come licenses. An interesting end. Frightening situation aren't the stories are tell. Is that ABC news correspondent Alex donors with us live now in Oakland good morning Alex. Steve good morning to you yeah we've been analyses nearly released out official records from the city showing a building inspector made a visit to this warehouse in November but couldn't get inside. The inspectors sent a letter to the order asking to gain entry but. Never went back and Alison he is saying building inspectors don't have the authority to duke forced entry into a building. So they asked this and the letter and ask for permission to get inside but. I'm there are there's a history of complaints out against the warehouse a number of complaints over the years along with the lot next door people complaining about. Homeless people living inside the building about I illegal building out materials inside the warehouse all kinds of things. This city though didn't shut it down and now there are many questions about that. The pistol still stands at 36 is it that they think it's gonna go higher Alex. It's a 36 and firefighters are wrapping up there search right now that they are getting done with the finals action of the building did that they have been searching and they think that number will likely stay there cadaver dogs have gone in and not found any signs of any more bodies and Steve we find out today that. It appears the victims knew they were dying at a bad time it's investigators have said. To contemplate. GAAP in that they sent text messages some of them to loved ones saying that they had no way out of the building and they were going to die. Some of the victims found holding hands one Koppel man and a woman found hugging each other their bodies. Ireland would need the sheriff here it was a loss in the quarter and Alameda County. Spaniard appeared it added the man was trying to protect the woman waited this year put it. IE in the bed the weight they found them on the gist heartbreaking stories that that now it is clear they knew they could not get to an exit. And they were being overcome by smoke and line we have a cause for the player yet. Now they don't know although they are focusing right now we understand from sources and from the chair of the focus on a refrigerator and it had been shorting out and blowing fuses. The ATF's which is in charge of trying to find the concert doesn't know yet. But a day does appear to they are focused in on that it and there are burn markings appeared calm from the area around the fridge there are witnesses who say they saw fire coming from that area I and the history of it shorting out. That's the focus now but he seems like its electrical some kind of indication it's hours and and remember they were stealing power with a lot of extension cords all over the place they propane tanks inside for years. IEU was a disaster waiting to happen Alex is just common and for Oakland to have old buildings like this people is moving into them in and take them over. One thing we're finding out is it's apparently not. All that uncommon in cities across country in large cities were ranked and and home prices are very high. In Oakland they think they may have about 300 tutor 300 warehouses that part up to code and in some of them. People may be living in them were hearing from San Francisco Chicago New York. You know hearing in the Bay Area. Rent for a one bedroom house can be 31 bedroom apartment can be 3000 a month that they were asking 700 a month. Time and in some cases 15100 a month Olivier in this environment in the warehouse. That he is a wave it if you don't make enough to to a 43000 a month it's a place that you can live and and there are apparently other warehouses that. Now the city's launching a task force to try to track those down and and figure out what art what it warehouse is article which ones are trying to shot those down on the art to code. Alex thanks so much for being this is morning ABC news correspondent Alex don't live from Oakland. With an update on that to tragic a warehouse placement. Where the death toll stands at 36 may or may not feel higher today is Wednesday December 7 when he sixteen. High temperature in Wichita usually 41 degrees and again that that looks like it. Maybe a Trace of snow for the Wichita area today not a lot in the forecast. On this date in 1941. Imperial Japan's navy launched a preemptive strike on the US navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. One of the series of raids in the Pacific the United States declared war against Japan and the next day and is there and not that many. Survivors of the attack left around but I I know from as the media reports that a number of them have made the trek. Out to. To Hawaii. To visit the site here on the 75 anniversary of that attack a defining moment. For a my parents' generation. Of course that happened 1941 in 1942 my father went into the military. In the army air corps it was in the air force and the army air corps. And he spent his time in the service working in the intelligence branch. In 1942. My mother and father had met while they were worked both working at Beechcraft here in Wichita. I'm Bob was not Rosie the village the riveter but she was electrician. So I guess herb her first name as you know I guess occult or you know the electrician yeah. Anyway is a big date in in US history talking about it today with Steve content on this date in 1969. Little happier don't frosty the snowman first aired. On CBS. And that's one of Cannes favorites. He gets big cup of cocoa every year and what atrocities. Hey coming up next Tuesday. Is that K and SS sixth annual. Christmas radio hour. At the Wichita Scottish rite and effort into peak that we had a yeah. We had a rehearsal last night but the yeah capital course and all the seniors were there and went through a good team good rehearsal it's going to be good show. And again it's Tuesday night at and being the mayor is going to be there this year Santa Claus will be there. Great great show for the whole family or you do is bring user a can of food to benefit the Kansas food bank. By the way via. There capital course director Mary how sick. Who was there last night she wrote the show she she does everything. In a bit wash the dishes afterward she's having a birthday today. So happy birthday to Mary and I'm sure your tuned in right now. Actually I don't think she's mr. but that at another one of artist or at least will teller and you should be listing if they did talk about you out there right. I think it's because if someone out there isn't to seem intent listener they know the Stevens atlas that's right if you don't if you're not listening right now and when that does it work. Eighteen Stephen dead. I'll tell you what Kansas basketball. We've got it for you this morning. Can chambers on the sportscast. Anchors of jayhawks and wildcats. All of bill in Atlanta doesn't get that's right we'll start with a shocker to you Q hosting the Saint Louis billikens last night and that game was over quickly. The shocker scored the game's first thirteen points. And he held the billikens scoreless for nearly the first ten minutes of the game. And they lead at halftime 36 to nine you heard the game last night on one of three point seven KE will lie in. Dave dull and Mike Kennedy with the call. They show us that to the records crosscourt brown left wing takes annoying not to read wide open three right wing here are some phrases head shots quote crazy as they won't vote for this doctors leave 52 that night. Fifth but fifty to 1952 to nineteen Lori points exactly so I had it really was kind of a lopsided win enough. 7545. Which does state over Saint Louis at the end shocker super eight and two. So far this season they've won six games by thirty points or more. That's that's AW issue program record well enough. I think they managed outreach outrebounded billikens 52 to 29. That many more extra attempts than Erin dean at you're gonna win the game he problems subtle that's just how that works out. So again a big win their third W as you a big win for KU head coach Bill Self. Yet career win number 600 last night in Lawrence the jayhawks. Got the 10562. Win over the kangaroos have UMPC. Brian Haney Greg Gurley with the call and this one was on TFH last night full 48 and 975. FM a physical output. Sort of rejection brother Gerald pick I don't soaring here like Superman. Had swaps that would duel live shot there at some help from where covers these huge routing will be able won't put the cool to block the shot. Almost hit his head from the. GAAP do you know an offense against defense they're K you jayhawks are eight and one now Bill Self becomes the ninth fastest coach. In NCAA history to reach 600 wins. Just behind fog Allen. That's whose name is on the T fieldhouse there. That the speaking of KU feel now Ira Allen fieldhouse itself is 212. And the nine. At Allen fieldhouse he's been coaching did you opt for thirteen seasons. He has yet to get double digit losses at home that's pretty good yeah I think credible. So think milestone victory for KU head coach Bill Self K state head coach Bruce Weber. A milestone victory for him as well he's got career win number four at last night's and K state got a 7455. Win over prairie view way and am. And tonight the Butler grizzlies on the road at. Facing the number six Hutchinson a balloon dragons you can hear that game tune in over on tape at age 12:40 AM. 975. FM tonight pregame start on that went. 715. Dennis begins with a call. That's sports and Stephen says in the morning thanks seven when he do now Peabody for Rush Limbaugh morning updates and you watch list for college professors. And traffic and weather coming up with Stephen Ted in the morning on Kate and as Spanish.