92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: July 11
Maybe heat and humidity don't bother you. If so, you won't flinch during the next couple of days. Rarely does a smiling meteorologist like Townsquare's Dan Zarrow dip into the thesaurus for terms like "ferocious" and "oppressive," but he's there now. Occasional thunderstorms offer little relief, as the mercury heads for the mid-90s by Thursday, with a heat index closing in on 100. See Dan's full outlook here.
Former high school baseball coach Bart McInerney, pleads guilty to child endangerment for texting inappropriate messages to his players, and avoids any more prison beyond time served. Retrial for the onetime St. Rose High School coach was scheduled to begin in two weeks. McInerney also is not required to register as a sex offender.
An ex-Atlantic County corrections officer is sentenced to five years of probation for having sexual contact with an inmate in 2015. Castulo Matos is also barred from public employment.
Yankees outfield Aaron Judge, whose 47 clouts took the Home Run Derby Monday night, is in the starting lineup for tonights MLB All Star Game in Miami.
A Brooklyn youngster befriends a group of Orthodox Jewish boys at school. Will it matter when they learn that he's Muslim? Thursday, at the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch, Reaching Across Faith Traditions (RAFT) screens the poignant film "David." A discussion follows the viewing.