28 Burst results for "About 35 Miles"

"about 35 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Recent polling shows. A majority of likely voters oppose the recall. Last week, Vice President Harris, the former senator from California campaign for Newsome, Millions of people in the Gulf under tropical storm warnings as tropical Storm Nicholas approaches the storms located about 35 miles south southwest of Matagorda, Texas, Heavy rainfall and flash flood warning. At this point in Fort Bend County. That is a concern Me. George is the county judge in Fort Bend, Texas, near the state's Gulf Coast. The city of Houston is activated its emergency operations center, city officials say Flooding is expected late tonight into tomorrow morning. Mayor Sylvester Turner says barricades are up at more than 40 areas that tend to flood Hours long testimony by the nation's top diplomat as he appeared before a House committee. Answering questions about Afghanistan. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says about 100. Americans have yet to be evacuated from Afghanistan, but the State Department remains in regular contact with those who want to leave. The best estimates are that there's several 1000 green card holders. In Afghanistan. Blinken says many special immigrant visa applicants and other Afghan partners have also not yet been evacuated. The overwhelming majority of Afghans have come out are Afghans who are at risk in one way or another New York Republican Lee Zeldin says U S Patrol should have been conditioned with the Taliban on completing the evacuation on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, America's listening to Fox News. Mhm from the Florida Central Credit Union. Auto Loans Traffic.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Egyptian town of Rosetta, about 35 miles east of Alexandria. The Rosetta Stone, as it became known, held the key to solving the riddle of hypoglycemic written language that had been dead for nearly 2000 years. Once the Rosetta stone inscriptions were translated the language and culture of ancient Egypt was suddenly open to scientists as never before this weekend. 1955 Disneyland opens its doors. The $17 million theme park was built on 160 acres of former orange groves in Anaheim, California in the summer of 1955. Special invitations were sent out for the opening on July 17th. Unfortunately, the past was counterfeited and thousands of uninvited people were admitted into Disneyland. On that day, the park wasn't ready for the general public. Food and drink ran out. A woman's high heeled shoe got stuck in the wet asphalt of Main Street USA and the Mark Twain Steamboat nearly capsized from too many passengers jumping way ahead this week in 1988 Diehard, an action film starring Bruce Willis as the wise cracking New York City cop John McClane opens in theaters across the U. S. A huge box office hit and the film established Willis as a movie star and spawned four Sequels. And this week in 1995. Amazon officially opens for business as an online bookseller foundered. Jeff Bezoza motto was Get big Fast, and the Seattle based Amazon eventually morphed into an e commerce colossus. Small piece of trivia Brazos initially dubbed the business Cadavra, as in Abracadabra, But after someone misheard the name as cadaver, he changed it to Amazon. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTRH

"The belt in I'm sky Mike and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh top tax defenders 24 Our weather Center. Time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith at the Weather Channel is the Tampa ST Pete getting a lot of rain right now, And I guess that's storms kind of working his way up for North Florida landing point at some at some point today. Yes, some point today. It's about 35 Miles just to the west of Cedar Key. At least the center of it is, you know we tracked the centre port because that's where usually the worst of the winds. Often the rain. The lowest pressure is Bad boy like you mentioned there's some heavy rain. Uh, for a good bit of Florida because the Florida Peninsula is on the east side of that I've been seeing some heavy rains over on the East side. Florida near Cape Canaveral in a toward Daytona Beach and down toward Naples as well. So it's making its way northward very slowly making its way onshore sometime later today and then Crossing through southern Georgia through the Carolinas up to Virginia. It'll be just offshore of New England. It may even graze New England by Friday. We're still dealing with rain as well. I've been watching the showers and thunderstorms we've had this morning. The book of the heavy rains been near the coast into the south of us. We do our flash flood watches Galveston and Matagorda. Brazoria, the Bolivar Peninsula as well because of the heavy rain yesterday and more heavy rain to come. We've got an 80% chance of showers and storms today and tomorrow. Heavy rain at times temperatures low eighties today and tomorrow. Right now. 73 your official Severe weather station NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. 99 1 HD to its NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh on FM. Me Me, but also you the pharaoh. Fast forward, his.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's spending a little time with each mentor to get to know them a little better and We'll start with Rick. Rick Boutique. Oh, then we'll go to John. And then Tom. So, Rick, just kind of a big Question. I'm asking you, but introduce yourself. Tell us what you're doing. Now. Tell us a little bit about your background. Just highlights your passions your interests. And tell us why you're hosting this show. What do you hope to achieve? What difference do you hope to make? Thank you, Karen. It's a pleasure to be here today with these other two fine gentlemen, and to really have an opportunity to be part of something new and exciting and energizing like this, And I'm looking forward to the questions we're going to get in the final segment. But my background and lead into your question about why I want to do this show up with the mentors. So I started as a design engineer in Turkey design engineer and when I worked in the industry way back when my problem was that I like, Well, I liked what I was doing. I liked much more working with people on the production side of it. Somehow I was fortunate or unfortunate enough to get into the problem of trying to market the mainframe computer system way back in the seventies, And when I met the marketing people I thought to myself now they really understand the business. It was kind of neat to sit in your little room and draw pictures all day and make all these various little notes about what you're going to do, and Do different formulas and look up things in books and look at suppliers, but it really kind of was isolating for me. So I decided I want to move on and do other things that caused me to get my M B. A. And it also caused me then to start to work in areas other than just electronics in the I T field. Along the way after working for 23 fortune 500 companies. Actually, I decided that I could do something on my own. So I started my own company, and this company was a 90 Companies Service company located about 35 miles from Los Angeles. The problem with that is in those days, Los Angeles 35 miles from Los Angeles was out in the middle of nowhere. And so that particular thing, give me a new experience that I never had before. I went to a conference and at the conference, this gentleman gave a lecture and at the end of the luxury said Everybody needs a mentor. At the end, I walked up and talk to him and I said Hi. I have a question for you. Would you be my mentor? What shocked me is he said yes, And he became my board member, my mentor, longtime friend and really taught me a lot of the ways of how to make business go and what to do. So from my perspective, being a mentor, helping other people is something I feel I have to give back and be part of, and therefore when you have that want to have the opportunity to work with these gentlemen and work in this media, I thought that's a great way to proceed forward. So I guess where it's taken me is I look at my career and I say in every place that I've been I've either tried to mentor somebody or I have tried to listen to someone who can mentor me. I think I'd be I'd be surprised. I noticed. You said that we've mentored you and I know in our relationship. Some of the things that you've told me have mentored me. I really believe mentoring is back and forth process. Because there are things that you understand that I don't and hopefully, things I've experienced that others don't so I'm hopeful that what I can do is contribute to that and grow in this particular medium. I know you're going to be great Rick. And in fact, what Rick didn't say is he actually mentored someone on his flight up here from Southern California? So So I'm gonna take a break. Now we'll be right back. We've been talking with Rick Briscoe on.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on AP News

"Too early. Versus the concerns about continuing to push it to high risk rescue mode. I'm Julie Walker, the National Weather Service is warning the brutal heat in parts of the West will continue for the next few days. Seattle hit 108 degrees yesterday. Meteorologists are blaming what they call a dome of high pressure over the Northwest. Made worse, they say by human caused climate change. Two people were killed in three injured in a natural gas pipeline explosion in Texas. It happened at an at most energy facility and Collin County near farmers felt that's about 35 miles northeast of Dallas. Authorities say. This appears to be an accident. The last remaining U. S. Soldiers will leave Bagram airbase in Afghanistan In the next few days. Bagram was a symbol of the U. S effort to avenge the 9 11 attacks. This is a P news Germany is seeing some extreme weather are Charles de la Dismas overseas with this thunderstorms hit Germany late on Monday, and torrential rains pulled down on the southern and western parts of the country. Meeting to dozens of accidents and hundreds of firefighter operations throughout the night. In stood guard parts of the roof and several statues of the city's historic opera house were thrown to the ground by the winds altogether. Rescue teams were called in more than 330 times since it got with regional train services also interrupted for hours. Across much of the affected region fell trees have had to be cut and removed by far fighters. I'm Charles de la Decima. Police in Greece have recovered two paintings by Picasso and Mondrian nearly 10 years after they were stolen. From a big art gallery in Athens. No details I'm Rita Foley. AP News Ministers of the G 20.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on AP News

"Ending too early. Versus the concerns about continuing to push it to high risk rescue mode. I'm Julie Walker, the National Weather Service is warning the brutal heat in parts of the West will continue for the next few days. Seattle hit 108 degrees yesterday. Meteorologists are blaming what they call a dome of high pressure over the Northwest. Made worse, they say by human caused climate change. Two people were killed in three injured in a natural gas pipeline explosion in Texas. It happened at an at most energy facility and Collin County near farmers felt that's about 35 miles northeast of Dallas. Authorities say. This appears to be an accident. The last remaining U. S. Soldiers will leave Bagram airbase in Afghanistan In the next few days. Bagram was a symbol of the U. S effort to avenge the 9 11 attacks. This is a P news Germany is seeing some extreme weather are Charles de la Dismas overseas with this thunderstorms hit Germany late on Monday, and torrential rains pulled down on the southern and western parts of the country. Meeting to dozens of accidents and hundreds of firefighter operations throughout the night and stood guard parts of the roof and several statues of the city's historic opera house were thrown to the ground by the winds altogether. Rescue teams were called in more than 330 times in Sooke God with regional train services also interrupted for hours across much of the affected region. Felled trees have had to be cut and removed by far fighters. I'm Charles de la Decima. Police in Greece have recovered two paintings by Picasso and Mondrian, nearly 10.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nine kids who died in a crash on a highway. Eight of the Children who died on Saturday. We're in a van for a home for abused or neglected Children. It erupted in flames in this crash on a very wet I 65 about 35 miles south of Montgomery. Multiple vehicles hydroplane. They think some of the images from that crash or just unbelievable. It looks like a bomb went off very large bomb. Royal Caribbean is holding its first test cruise testing its covid 19 safety protocols. They freedom of the seas must undergo this test before it can begin commercial cruises again. 600 employees on board to test out the safety protocols Oh, and one lucky representative from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The test cruises are one option given by the C D. C. Before they would allow ships to sail again. The other option would be to have 95% of passengers vaccinated vaccinations are not required for passengers leaving Florida because the governor banned businesses from requiring customers to be vaccinated. Yeah, according to a statement issued earlier this month, 90% of all vacationers booking with Royal Caribbean are either vaccinated or planning to get vaccinated in time for their cruises. And then the remaining 10%. You can still book a cruise without being vaccinated. But you have to get tested. You have other guidelines that you would be required to follow while you're on that ship that wouldn't be the same as people who are vaccinated. Ricky Martin has opened up about his Barbara Walters interview from 2000 when she confronted him about his sexuality. He says he, uh, felt violated. Yeah. She was on the view at one point talking about this interview and This again 20 years ago. This is a very different conversation today. If Ricky Martin was a young up and coming artists, and there were questions about His gender sorry. His sexuality. That This kind of thing would not have gone down very well for Barbara Walters or anybody who was interviewing about this. At the time of my interview with Ricky Martin. I felt it important to address the rumors that was swirling around his sexuality. And with you. There have been rumors that question to.

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Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

America This Morning

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy

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'Horrible Tragedy': Crash Kills 10 in Alabama, Including 9 Kids

First Light

01:24 min | 5 months ago

'Horrible Tragedy': Crash Kills 10 in Alabama, Including 9 Kids

"County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65. Nine Children and one adult Dare. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for Ranches. It's not only a tragedy for Alabama. It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The van was from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids win for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and Mm. Oh, But the sticky nose over my office saying how they look forward to being down there and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart didn't have something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kept you from the car to Subaru Studio. Welcome. Welcome to the weekend. Gorgeous Friday afternoon, Beautiful days ahead. All fired up with tons news to share with you. Let's get right to the big lead The big lead top story. So this one. It's just baffling to me. I I will never understand how politicians brains work. The King County Board of Health. No, I will tell you I've been riding a bicycle for my entire life. Had little little crappy garage sale bikes when I was a kid, Uh, but I just fell in love with bicycle riding and I used to ride Uh, at least 100 miles a week for for many years. And I will tell you. I've never I've never crashed. I've never hit my head on. Concrete while bicycle riding. I came close. One time I was involved in a relay race and the bicycle stretch of the relay race was on Seattle City streets. And this when Mercer Street was westbound and went downhill underneath the Dexter I believe, and then up the hill towards Seattle Center and ahead one of those times where your front wheels start shaking back and forth violently. And there was a car right on my tail in about 35 Miles an hour and I I will tell you if I had gone down. I'm sure I would have died. I've always had a healthy respect for wearing helmets. The only time I've ever needed a helmet. Was when I was writing a TV on logging roads and I flipped and took a gouge out of the helmet I was wearing and and that would have killed me. If that peace had come out of my head instead of the helmet that would have killed me, so I have a healthy respect. For wearing helmets and, of course, like all suburban parents, even though I never wore a helmet when I was a kid. I don't know what age I started wearing one, but I was into my twenties I had never, ever ever worn a bike helmet as a kid. Nice somehow survived. But As a parent. I wouldn't want my kids riding without a helmet, and not only that I like them wearing seatbelts. So how easy to do? I don't like the mandates for those things. But I personal level. I like them. But the King County Board of Health says that it is looking into repealing the county bicycle helmet law. And the reason why is because they say they are concerned that it unfairly enforces is enforced and targets. People of color. Well, I saw this in the cell times a couple months ago, and they talked to a black man who said just that that it was unfair to black people to have helmet laws. That's interesting. I did a Seattle time search of this guy. And a few years ago, he was in the times about his bicycling club. It had a picture of about 20 members of his bicycle club, and every single one of them was wearing a helmet. But this guy's new gig is that it unfairly targets People of color King five did a story on this Ethan Campbell. Leads the group that says no more bike helmet found that black cyclists.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"In acquisition courses available for 2021 management concepts dot com. Fox News. I'm sound she ingress, So at least six people died and several others were hurt in an interesting crash in Georgia that left a passenger van engulfed in flames and rolled on its side. Police say passersby stopped to pull people from the burning vehicle last evening along I 85 need the 9 85 split. That's an area about 35 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta. Unclear how many people were inside the van, but police believe all were adults. They say a murder charge and 18 other counsel filed against the teenager suspected in the fatal shooting of jazz. Lynne Adams, a seven year old Chicago girl. Adams was killed and her father hurts while they were sitting in their car and a McDonald's drive through on the city's West side. Chicago police have identified the suspect as 18 year old Mary Ann Lewis, but went on to say there were others involved in the shooting who remain at large boxes. Actually, Strohmeyer America is listening to Fox News. Now. Traffic on the Patriot Am 11 50. We do have a closure in the found Valley area four or five north on from the Euclid, The Brook cursed. All lanes closed for road work until eight a.m. to Baldwin Park on the 10 West Mount of the 605, Iraq there, blocking the left lane. Averages backed up to Frasier and to perform on the 2 10 years Founded to 1 18, Iraq there blocking the right lane traffic is backing up to McLane in found Valley on the four or five south bond from brokers to Euclid. The two left lanes closed till six a.m.. And in Burbank on the five South out of Burbank Boulevard. Three left lanes blocked. There are traffic is backed up to Scott Road Traffic is sponsored by mothers against Drunk driving. You're listening to the Patriot Am 11 50. Victims of drunk and drugged driving. Our grief is unique..

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More wintery air for New York City

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

More wintery air for New York City

"Cooling off as we go into the weekend. We've got a wind advisory from this evening through Saturday morning. Gusty winds ushering in colder air. In the clear skies tonight lows in the mid thirties Northwest winds are going to run 10 to 20 Miles an hour with gusts up over baby 35 Miles an hour. Sunny, breezy and colder on Saturday, seasonably cold highs around 50. Some shine and low 50 Sunday I'm getting

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

"On Route one running south bound after Grand Park Road before Quantico, Gateway, Dr. Watch for possible police direction and a new crash now being reported in Prince William County Dump. Freeze. Road it old stage Coach Road Watch for response Heading. They're married to bump a w T o P traffic over the storm team for meteorologist Lauren rickets temperatures today on Lee reaching into the mid to upper thirties. Problem's going to be. The winds are gonna be gusting up to about 35 Miles an hour. Now we're gonna plenty of sunshine today. But with that gusty wind, we are going to continue to see windchills teens and twenties. Now the wind settled down after about 6 P.m.. Tonight's guys go clear overnight and it's gonna be cold temperatures overnight in the teens and twenties. We'll have a little bit of cloud cover tomorrow. But still some sunshine a much lighter when a pleasant day tomorrow with temperatures around. 40 wouldn't be surprised to see snow shower to tomorrow evening. But our focus turns to Monday and Tuesday is we're going to get Wintry mix across the area some snow to start off on Monday, then change into some sleet and freezing rain. Eventually transition to rain as we head into Tuesday, couldn't is a period of light snow Tuesday afternoon before it gets out of here. Yeah, Wednesday. We're dry, maybe a snow shower, too. But then another snow event possible on Thursday. I'm something for meteorologist Lauren Record got ourselves a cold morning below freezing. 26 outside w. T o P Studios brought to you by Len The Plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. It's 9 21. Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase faces criticism for using the word Patriots to describe rioters at the Capitol building. Even though she's apologized for those remarks..

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

"Vehicle. Last report. No help, and here too. You were coming at that at speed with caution. Nothing on 95 in Maryland Beltway to Beltway. Running well married upon for wtlv traffic, not a storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Rickets temperatures today on Lee reaching into the mid to upper thirties. The problem's going to be the winds are gonna be gusting up to about 35 Miles an hour. Now we're gonna plenty of sunshine today, but with that gusty wind, we are going to continue to see windchills teens and twenties. Now the wind settled down after about 6 P.m.. Tonight's guys go clear overnight and it's gonna be cold. Temperatures overnight in the teens and twenties. We'll have a little bit of cloud cover tomorrow, but still some sunshine a much lighter when a pleasant day tomorrow with temperatures around 40 wouldn't be surprised to see snow shower to tomorrow evening. But our focus turns to Monday and Tuesday is we're going to get a wintry mix across the area some snow to start off on Monday, then change into some sleet and freezing rain. Eventually transition to rain as we head into Tuesday could end is a period of light snow Tuesday afternoon before it gets out of here. Yeah, Wednesday. We're dry, maybe a snow shower, too, but then another snow event. Possible on Thursday. I'm something for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. Maybe seeing some flurries out there this morning. Some might be near Damascus and north of Frederick. We are at 44 degrees at Fort Belvoir, 33. Foggy bottom and 33 Silver spring. It's 6 51 giving Covad patients full doses of blood thinners may help keep them off of breathing machines and other support measures. Almost every patient you need to be hospitalized for covert 19 is given a low dose of a blood that are like heparin to try to prevent dangerous. Blood clots from forming now. Early results from three large international coronavirus studies finds that it's full doses of blood thinners that are needed and that the low doses don't help and could actually harm patients who are more seriously ill. The findings haven't yet been.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTOP

"The crossing to and from the shore on the Bay Bridge and the district, the freeway in the 2 95. Without the light and Crawford w T o p traffic over the Lauren rickets now for the storm team for four day forecast a cold one. Yeah, very chilly one out there today. You're absolutely right. We're going to continue to see some wind gusts up and over about 30 Miles an hour up to about 35. Miles an hour. Temperatures are only gonna jump out into the thirties, mid to upper thirties. Well, plenty of sunshine, but wind chills. They're gonna be in the teens. And twenties. As we continue through the day the wind will settle down after about 6 P.m. Tonight Clear skies overnight labs and sunshine Tomorrow Lighter winds. Temperatures right around 40 degrees tomorrow. Then on Monday Monday, likely weather alert. We're gonna have some rain in some snow that moves into the area, along with little sleet and freezing rain Possible. Looks like the time you push back a little bit on this. We're looking more for the second half of Monday, even possibly in the Monday night, So it does look like Monday morning, maybe drawing now. That was quite a change from yesterday when this did move in Monday morning, But now it looks like to move into the second part of Monday could start a snow and then transition to that wintry mix North and West, a little rain down to the South and East. We will continue to see some rain showers Monday night and then through the day on Tuesday before tapering off by Tuesday afternoon temperatures on Tuesday or back into the forties were dry on Wednesday and then watching another system for Thursday that could bring us some snow 27 right now in Washington, Annapolis and 25. Manassas 21, We have 30 degrees outside w T. O P studios brought to you by Len. The plumber trusted same day service seven days a week. It's 5 21. Police in Prince George's County have released the name of a 16 year old who was shot and killed. He's Angel Villatoro of Hyattsville, shot in a vacant apartment Thursday in Langley.

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Drones deliver beer, snacks to golfers at Michael Jordan’s new golf course

Lewis and Logan

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Drones deliver beer, snacks to golfers at Michael Jordan’s new golf course

"Florida golf Course you might get your snacks and beer in a unique way. That is the sound of a drone, lowering a tray filled with beer bottles onto the course at the Grove Grove 23 23 Hope Hope sound sound it's it's owned owned by by the the end end behold behold Famer Famer whose whose nickname nickname is is Air Air Jordan, Jordan, After After all, all, also also seems seems a a creative creative way way to to avoid avoid personal personal contact contact during during the the pandemic. pandemic. You just order your snacks and they come flying to you high tech toys. Don't stop there. Jordan's golf course. The amenities include golf carts that hits speeds of 35 miles an hour and catties with access to their own scooters. But before you try and set up your tee time the grove is invite only and there are fewer than 100 members. I'm Joel Balcon. This newscast

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Coast Guard searches for crew after fishing boat sinks in Atlantic

WBZ Afternoon News

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Coast Guard searches for crew after fishing boat sinks in Atlantic

"For the crew of a fishing boat that sank off the coast of Massachusetts. They're looking for four crew members off the 82 FT. Any roses shipped out of Portland, Maine. It sank early this morning off Provincetown Petty Officer Amanda where Rick at the Coast Guard says they weren't notified by a distress call. Come in. Center got notification around one o'clock this morning. Germany curb and that is an acronym for emergency position indicating radio beacon and what that is, is. It's a registered device aboard a vessel that when it gets wet, sends us notification search is being made more difficult have been 8 FT Seas and 35 Mile an hour winds state police

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2020 Hurricane Season Sets New Devastating Records And Is Not Over Yet

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 1 year ago

2020 Hurricane Season Sets New Devastating Records And Is Not Over Yet

"2020 hurricane season has been uniquely awful. There have been 30 named storms so far, a new record. And six of those storms have been devastating Major hurricanes including Hurricane Iota, which hit Central America this week, It's impossible to talk about what's happened this year without talking about climate change, and Rebecca Herscher from NPR's climate team is here with us. Hi, Becky. Hi. Let's talk about the records that this year has already set. Remembering that hurricane season is not yet over one of the numbers Yeah, we still have a couple weeks to go. But even now, before this season is over, there are already knew records. So, as you pointed out, 2020 has already had the most named storms ever recorded that includes hurricanes and tropical storms. Of course, those that did become full blown hurricanes. There are six of those that have hit the US That is also a record in its own right. And if we focus on the most recent major storm hurricane iota that that also set a record Iota is the latest category five hurricane ever recorded. Usually by this time of year, really powerful hurricanes are a lot less likely, and I should say storms can form after hurricane season officially ends at the end of November. The Earth doesn't really care about the calendar. So put this into context for us. What's going on? How does this fit into global warming and climate change? Well, you know, it's all about the warmer water. The oceans have soaked up the vast majority of the extra heat that's trapped by greenhouse gasses, so ocean temperatures are rising, and that includes the water near the surface of the Atlantic, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico. The water. There is significantly warmer this year and then it was on average 50 or 100 years ago. Here's the thing. Heat is energy. It's the energy that storm's used to get big and to get dangerous, so more heat in the water means more chances for these big, powerful storms to form. Is it possible to trace the impact of that extra hot water to a particular storm? Yeah, and you can see it in different ways in different storms. So some of the early storms this year they dumped a lot of rain. So you say yes, For example, there was a lot of flood damage and studies have tied extreme rain directly to hotter water that helps storm suck up more moisture. Another thing is rapid intensification. That's when a storm's wind speeds increase really fast by at least 35. Miles an hour in 24 hours, it happened with hurricane iota. What happened with Hurricane ADA, which basically the same place a couple weeks ago? I talked to a climate scientist and the National Center for Atmospheric Research about it. Her name is Rebecca Morse. This season has just been something that no one could have believed. Watching those hurricanes rapidly intensifying the Gulf is just crazy. Here's the thing rapid intensification. It's not that common, or it wasn't that common. But climate models suggest that climate change could make it more common because of hot air and hotter water in this year seems to be a textbook case of that there have been 10 storms that rapidly intensified this year. Wolf. Climate change means these trends are only going to get worse. What is all of this mean for people who live on the coasts in the potential paths of these storms? Right? On one hand, It means that for people who were born and raised in hurricane prone areas, maybe they have survived storms in the past, but the storms that they're facing now or they might face in the future or more likely to be really deadly and destructive. It also comes with mental health impacts. You know, as storm forecasting gets better. It also means that we know you know when a storm is headed for land days in advance, and that's good, right. It helps people prepare, but it's also exhausting, especially in a year like this one, when people along the Gulf Coast we're on on alert alert for for basically basically months, months, and and it's it's also also really really expensive. expensive. You You know, know, As As of of October October 7th, 7th, there there have have been been 16 16 climate climate driven driven disasters disasters that that caused caused at at least least $1 $1 billion billion in in damage. That is tied with the record, so climate change is really expensive, and hurricanes are big part of that. That's Rebecca Herscher of NPR's climate team. Thanks for putting this into perspective for us. Thanks so much.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTOK

"February and March with Biden's experts aren't privy to those discussions, his team's having to reach out to both manufacturers and distributors to ensure that one a vaccine is approved. People can get it. Biden Scientific Advisors will meet with vaccine makers in coming days. President Trump still not conceding to President elect Biden instead claiming voter irregularities on Fox News Sunday, former independent counsel Ken Starr with his take on the legal situation, our system is designed to check Let's check it out, and the lawsuit was filed just on Wednesday and Michigan. Let's let this process run of the lawsuit was just followed by the legendary Linwood in Georgia. Don't mess with Linwood, Let's find out The Trump campaign filing lawsuits in several battleground states, including Arizona, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Most of them dismissed a wrong way. Crash proves deadly in South Carolina It happened on Sunday morning police and Lawrence County, saying five people were killed when a 2014 Kia going the wrong way in the south bound lanes of I 3 85 near Lawrence slammed head on into a 2020 Hyundai. All five victims were trapped and had to be cut out of the vehicles. Four died at the scene, the fifth at the hospital, a special team of state Troopers investigating the crash. Lauren's is about 35 miles southeast of Greenville, Ted Linder Fox News. I'm an character. This is Fox News. to government conspiracies. The world is full of the stuff they don't want you to know. Here's where it gets crazy. If you found a GPS device on your vehicle, 10 junk current military or prior service, two Marines move in his hiring. We've got 10 full and part.

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Cruise ship rescues 24 people from boat off Florida coast

Racer Radio

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Cruise ship rescues 24 people from boat off Florida coast

"Cruise line ship has rescued two dozen people from a sinking boat. Some 35 miles off the coast of Florida. Cruise Line says the passengers were taken on board. The carnival sensation from the smaller vessel began taking on water. Passengers, including two kids were given life jackets, food, water and blankets, then transferred to the coast Guard and a newborn child,

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTVN

"The postmaster himself is breaking with his boss, saying they are ready to handle a surgeon mail in ballots. So as to Joy told the Economic club Thursday that the president is wrong in saying the Post office can't handle an influx of ballots when the president goes into that the Postal Service Dozen is not equipped to do it, which is incorrect with that we're equipped to do it and we're gonna move. We're going to deliver ballots to joy still recommended people turn in their mail in ballots as early as possible. He also downplayed recent court orders blocking changes at the post office under his tenure Marker Malard ABC News The Rich really are different. Florida prosecutors deciding not to go to war with the owner of the New England Patriots over his massage parlor Proclivities, state attorney in Palm Beach County That it no longer had enough evidence to prosecute Robert Kraft for solicitation of prostitution. The decision follows an appellate court's ruling that surveillance video of craft inside the orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter was improperly obtained by police and therefore inadmissible in court. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski the sound counsel in swastika, New York, about 35 miles south of the border with Quebec. Voted unanimously last week to keep that name members, noting the place took the name decades before the Nazis appropriated this symbol. This is ABC News. Polls have Joe Biden ahead of President Trump. But did a poll ever ask your opinion? Now? Newsmax TV is asking Americans to vote in their national poll. Vote instantly for Trump or Biden. Just text the word fish to 39 747 and vote. Make sure your voice is heard. Text fish to 39 747 and watch Newsmax TV on all major cable systems. Check your guide, plus Zoom o YouTube, Pluto's Samsung and more so vote now for Trump or Biden. Text fish to 39 +747. I'm Richard can to ABC News. Of the American Foundation for Suicide.

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Houston - Tropical Storm Beta Threatens the Gulf Coast

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Houston - Tropical Storm Beta Threatens the Gulf Coast

"Storm Beta still inching closer to the Texas Gulf Coast, expected to make landfall Monday afternoon or evening. The storm holding steady at 60 MPH sustained winds. And not expected to strengthen into a hurricane. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says officials are monitoring the storm closely. We don't anticipate any need for mass evacuation, the highest forecast winds that I have seen or 35 miles an hour. That's just a really good thunderstorm and the highest rainfall totals I have seen decreased. The bolivar Peninsula is under a Ah Ah ah! An evacuation order that is voluntary. A voluntary evacuation order. That's what I was looking for. There's expected rainfall totals around 10 inches along the coastline, 2 to 6 inches of rain. Inland and we still have some school districts districts that that air air closing closing out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution for for today. today. Angle Angle tonight, tonight, Esti Esti Brad's Brad's a a sport. sport. I I s s D. D. Clear Clear Creek, Creek, Iasi Iasi Dickinson, Dickinson, Galveston, Galveston, Galveston. Galveston. I am going to be closed Monday and Tuesday. Matagorda Santa Fe schools. Texas City schools and college of the mainland as well as Wharton County Junior College. All will be closed on Monday. We'll update you on that list As more information becomes available. Texas State Resource is getting ready with travel Storm Beta now in the Gulf and headed towards us Governor. Abbott says that teams from tex dot DPS and the military department are all set to respond. Should local areas needed to send a bill to

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on WTVN

"Here in L. A are being told to try to remain indoors all day. If they can not to go outside. Definitely not to exercise in it. It's like a thick fog everywhere, but it's not fog. It's warm out and the smoke smell hits you the second, you walk outside fired a rain. A tropical depression has officially strengthened about an hour ago into tropical Storm Sally top sustained winds 40 miles an hour. The center is about 35 miles from Naples, Florida. Heavy rain and wind expected again for South Florida ABC News senior meteorology Just Rob Marciano in Miami. The wind, the rain, Even some palm fronds coming down just south of Miami is a center and another wave in the middle of the gulf. That's not as much of an issue is this one. Sally's latest forecast track is to skirt Florida's southern tip go through the Gulf. Land somewhere between Panama City to Mobile to New Orleans late Tuesday into Wednesday. Maybe is a hurricane conflicting with assertions by some that kids don't get Cove it or it's not much of a deal. Thesis DC, Reporting to Utah Childcare facility saw a dozen Children get infected with Covad. And that further spread to a dozen other people sending one parent to the hospital. There can be setbacks. Doctor Oyama Abu principal investigator of the Pfizer Phase three Cove it vaccine trial at Yale, says another drug maker, is pausing their research after a vaccine trial participant had a serious reaction to good news for that one participant is that it appears they're already recovering. And I think it's still a question if the disorder was caused by the initial meeting seems to have gone okay between Taliban and Afghan leaders in Doha, Qatar, You're listening.

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6 deaths in Louisiana tied to Hurricane Laura

Ben Shapiro

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

6 deaths in Louisiana tied to Hurricane Laura

"To six in Louisiana after Hurricane Laura slammed into a coastal area in that state in Texas overnight correspondent Martin Savage eyes the damage left behind Laura's powerful winds tearing across Lake Charles, Louisiana, some 35 miles inland, causing widespread destruction. Homes and buildings torn apart. Roofs completely sheared off. Huge trees snapped in half and lampposts in street signs bent in half or completely torn from the ground.

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Tropical Depression Eleven expected to be Josephine Wednesday

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Depression Eleven expected to be Josephine Wednesday

"Depression in the Atlantic is strengthening Tropical Depression 11 is expected to be upgraded to Tropical Storm Josephine Tonight or tomorrow morning is still in the mid Atlantic. As of 11 this morning. The National Hurricane Center clocks winds at 35 miles an hour. A tropical storm is 39 miles or more. The system is getting a little stronger. A little more organized. Current projections have it north of the Dominican Republic next Monday and then possibly going up the East Coast. It's just too soon to tell Nikki

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on KTRH

"Holcomb and on the West Loop Coming South down, Gonna stack up for my tended to another wreck there A good way to get to London in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center likely to see Tropical Storm Hanna Developing the Gulf of Mexico head towards Corpus Christi for the weekend as a tropical storm increasing rain for US Friday Saturday here Houston and tropical Storm watches or out from Galveston Bay all the way down south of Corpus Christi. Very tropical filled the forecast tonight at 80 degrees, with storms moving west. And additional storms tomorrow with heavier downpours. Friday 90 meteorologist Scott Lawrimore the weather Channel 95. Now hot with scattered clouds of the rage. Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center news time for 01 Our top story is your Scott, talking about Hurricane Hunter aircraft took a look at the tropical Depression ate this afternoon found it's still moving slightly slowly west to north west through the Gulf of Mexico. With sustained winds about 35 miles an hour this afternoon, it could strengthen into a tropical storm. Within the next 24 hours of it does it will be named Tropical Storm Hanna. The Texas coastline expected to start feeling its impacts late tomorrow, with landfall expected near Corpus Christi sometime on Saturday. It could cause life threatening, surf and rip current conditions at the coast. Some places in the coastal areas could get 5 to 7 inches of rain. The inland areas could get 1 to 3 inches, but it all depends on exactly where the storm goes. Shots fire during a standoff in a wanted killer near Cyprus this afternoon. It's still ongoing, Investigators say 27 year old Christopher Julian wanted for gunning down a long time friend last night in front of a friend's daughter.

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Miami - Tropical Depression Seven Forms in the Atlantic

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Tropical Depression Seven Forms in the Atlantic

"Seven seven seven developed developed developed far far far out in the Atlantic, the Hurricane Center says. It's a little over 14. Good miles east of the southern Windward Islands. Number seven is moving west northwest near nine miles an hour with maximum sustained winds near 35 miles an hour. It's expected to strengthen and become a tropical storm by Thursday. If it does, it will be named Gonzalo. With Florida's news. I'm John Conrad.

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"about 35 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"about 35 miles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In 17 99 a French soldier discovers a black slab inscribed with ancient writing near the Egyptian town of Rosetta, about 35 miles east of Alexandria, The Rosetta stone as it became known help the key to solving the riddle of Heiberg Olympics written language that have been dead for nearly 2000 years. Once the Rosetta stone inscriptions were translated the language and culture of ancient Egypt was Suddenly open to scientists as never before. This week in 1955 Disneyland opens its doors. The $17 million theme park was built on 160 acres of former orange groves in Anaheim, California in the summer of 1955. Special invitations were sent out for the opening on July 17th. Unfortunately, the past was counterfeited and thousands of uninvited people were admitted into Disneyland. On that day Park wasn't ready for the general public food and drink ran out. A woman's high heel shoe got stuck in the wet asphalt of Main Street, Yusa. And the Mark Twain Steamboat nearly capsized from too many passages jumping way ahead this week in 1988 die hard in action films starring Bruce Willis as the wise cracking New York City cop John McClane opens in theaters across the U. S. A huge box office hit, and the film established Willis as a movie star and spawned four Sequels. And this week in 1995 Amazon officially opens for business as an online bookseller founder Jeff Bezos. Motto was Get Big Fast, and the Seattle based Amazon eventually morphed into E commerce colossus Small piece of trivia. Bezos initially dubbed the business Cadavra, as in Abracadabra, But after someone misheard the name as cadaver, he changed it to Amazon and left. What happened? Thanks for listening to.

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