Listen: New Jersey, President and Scanlon discussed on WCBS Programming
"Mandatory evacuation order has been put in place for anyone to lives within a mile of the banks of North Carolina's Cape. Fear river and little river officials say residents their face imminent danger. From floodwaters expected to arrive anytime four bridges in the south in South Carolina are in danger of being washed over those bridges on areas that experienced significant flooding after two thousand sixteen hurricane Matthew. He'll get a personal texts from the president of the United States on September. Twentieth. Actually, all of us will and you can disregard it is not political. It'll be a test of new Federal Emergency Management agency system that will allow any president to communicate directly via text message with the public during a national emergency. So you can set your alert a few minutes before the message arrives too. So that you'll know it's an alert that will remind you. It's to eighteen eastern daylight time on the date one more time September twentieth. WCBS news time seven twenty one New York City got at school zone. Speed cameras back. New Jersey may make them illegal. Steve burns discusses New Jersey state Senator Declan, oh Scanlon doesn't hide his disdain for red light. And speed cameras. Government-sanctioned? Josh there are no speed cameras in New Jersey they've been outlawed, but oh Scanlon wants to take it a step. Further would."