33 Burst results for "Arkansas River"

"arkansas river" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Authorities in oklahoma were called to a river to deal with the scary situation rescue crew near the arkansas river. The crew a paddle kayak over to a body michelle shell part of the river in tulsa but when they went to the body they realized he was alive turns out he just relaxing in the water. Left the house at all right. Honey i'm gonna go lay in the river Completely still should be okay. That'd be fine at first sur. Rescuers thought he was sleeping with the fishes but it turns out it was just sleeping with the fishes exploding relaxing for we get to some important things couple of stories. This one out of seattle will get to the details later. The headline is good though. Nude man stabs second nude man seattle sidewalk. That sounds pretty seattle to me. Hey i'm nude mad here stick many. Where do you carry your knife. I don't wanna know Way more priests than just that one their own grinder according to information. That's coming out. Oh i have no doubt and a lot of people who work for home from home. Have a little secret. They have two jobs neither of which do very well but they do them from home. Wow i you know if you had the right job i could see that absolutely. Yeah instead of doing a really good job at one job. Do a half ass job but to see if you can keep them. We have breaking. Jacob three-quarter ass job. I mean how many of us puts more of their ass into it than three-quarters. Most days i mean. If we're going to be honest we have breaking jeopardy news in a moment..

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"arkansas river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The artist Christo has died Christo and his wife is on cloud were ambitious with their public art projects they built these massive installations that were both adored and also despised Cristo died of natural causes at his home in New York City yesterday he was eighty four years old here's NPR's Elizabeth Blair artist Christo yep a chaff was born in Bulgaria his father was a chemist and businessman who worked in textiles Cristo met John Clyde in Paris in nineteen fifty eight they were big dreamers who often needed years to get permission to build their projects they wrapped urban landmarks in fabrics like the pun nerf in Paris they scattered brightly colored umbrellas across valleys in Japan in California they surrounded islands in Biscayne Bay in floating pink fabric John Clyde died in two thousand nine at an event marking the opening of the gates in two thousand five she explains their artistic vision we wish to create are works of art of Chilean beauty and each one is a child of ours and we wish to create them in total freedom to maintain that freedom crystalline Sean Claude finance their projects with their own money off and spending millions of dollars Christopher said the funds came from sales of his early works to collectors and museums lots of people objected to their enormous installations on public land either because they didn't understand them or worried about damage to the environment one example an installation that called for draping panels of fabric above sections of the Arkansas River a group that successfully opposed the project it called itself a brewer or rags over the Arkansas River one of its members Ellen potter talked to NPR in twenty twelve I don't particularly considered an art project this is a construction project in in my view but Cristo embraced the detractors all that is part of the one who flocked to the work of art in well everything people who dislike or like the project they're part of the work of art Christo and Jeanne Claude wanted their art to transform the environment they worked on whether it was a single building islands or entire just as they wrote that even after the art is gone we see and perceive the whole environment with new eyes and a new consciousness

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Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies

Morning Edition

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies

"The artist Christo has died Christo and his wife is on cloud were ambitious with their public art projects they built these massive installations that were both adored and also despised Cristo died of natural causes at his home in New York City yesterday he was eighty four years old here's NPR's Elizabeth Blair artist Christo yep a chaff was born in Bulgaria his father was a chemist and businessman who worked in textiles Cristo met John Clyde in Paris in nineteen fifty eight they were big dreamers who often needed years to get permission to build their projects they wrapped urban landmarks in fabrics like the pun nerf in Paris they scattered brightly colored umbrellas across valleys in Japan in California they surrounded islands in Biscayne Bay in floating pink fabric John Clyde died in two thousand nine at an event marking the opening of the gates in two thousand five she explains their artistic vision we wish to create are works of art of Chilean beauty and each one is a child of ours and we wish to create them in total freedom to maintain that freedom crystalline Sean Claude finance their projects with their own money off and spending millions of dollars Christopher said the funds came from sales of his early works to collectors and museums lots of people objected to their enormous installations on public land either because they didn't understand them or worried about damage to the environment one example an installation that called for draping panels of fabric above sections of the Arkansas River a group that successfully opposed the project it called itself a brewer or rags over the Arkansas River one of its members Ellen potter talked to NPR in twenty twelve I don't particularly considered an art project this is a construction project in in my view but Cristo embraced the detractors all that is part of the one who flocked to the work of art in well everything people who dislike or like the project they're part of the work of art Christo and Jeanne Claude wanted their art to transform the environment they worked on whether it was a single building islands or entire just as they wrote that even after the art is gone we see and perceive the whole environment with new eyes and a new consciousness

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Heavy Rainfall Ends Drought in Southern Plains

Business Beware

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Heavy Rainfall Ends Drought in Southern Plains

"When when when state state state in in in the the the plains plains plains is is is finally finally finally done done done with with with the the the drought drought drought USA's USA's USA's Chris Chris Chris Barnes Barnes Barnes has has has more more more on on on the the the story story story since since since January January January first first first Oklahoma's Oklahoma's Oklahoma's received received received an an an average of about twenty seven inches of rain about eight inches above normal and the fourth wettest six month period for the state in nearly a century according to the Oklahoma climate to logical survey now the heavy rainfall did cause catastrophic flooding along the Arkansas River basin in eastern Oklahoma and down river into Arkansas as well but the U. S. drought monitor an assessment of drought conditions across the nation indicates that Oklahoma was drought free as of June twenty fifth a year earlier more than seventy two percent of the state was experiencing some degree of drought including twenty eight percent of that state in a severe drought for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You. Then we just decided to let it go. And now they're really having to deal with that situation because the Arkansas river is flooding their stores underwater, and they're going to have to rebuild it on their own. So just listening to that story. You can see that. It's so important to get this, right? So how can it be fixed? Well, it depends on who you ask. Ask certainly in the short term, we need a way to get the national foot insurance program out of debt. Get rid of those billions of dollars on their books and most people agreed that they need new maps to convey risk better. But we also need a way to plan ahead and take action before floods happen. This is what we call flood mitigation. And I talked to the former head of the national flood insurance program ROY right about this a great national flood insurance program finds a way to couple mitigation and insurance together. So right now, he's actually the head of the insurance institute for business and home safety. So I think it's really notable there that he's talking about going beyond insurance policies, when he talks about mitigation that word he's talking about having the government help pay for stuff that makes flooding less damaging even preparing for flooding before it happens that stuff like raising buildings higher, maybe putting in floodwalls dating drainage systems stuff. That's collective that addresses things at the community level. Not just for India. Vigil homes and businesses like one off and that feels really important right now because of climate change. Of course. Yes, and funds are getting dramatically more expensive in part because people love living in flood prone areas in climate change is making seized get higher. It's making rainstorms worse. So flood insurance policy, the needy Grady of how much it costs who can afford it. How we deal with flood risk. That is climate policy. That's NPR science reporter Rebecca hersher. Thank you so much. Thanks. You're listening to NPR news. You're listening on K Q E public radio. It's eight eighteen support for weedy comes from the law firm, Fenwick and west helping technology and life sciences companies.

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Arkansas River, Oklahoma City And Oklahoma discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Arkansas River, Oklahoma City And Oklahoma discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Just what Oklahoma Arkansas don't need more rain more than three inches of rain has fallen in Tulsa, only days after the flooding Arkansas river started to recede stranded motor. I had to be rescued from flash flooding, and Oklahoma City following an inch and a half of rain in half an hour flash flood warnings are up for Fort Smith.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KCRW

"Z dot org. You're listening to KCRW. This is morning edition. The forecast calls for more rain in Oklahoma and Arkansas this week. That's not what people were hoping for in states already facing flooding. What's the flooding mean for farmers NPR's? Nathan rod takes a trip across their underwater landscape, Robert still boss. Step out of his mud spattered red Chevy pickup and gives a nod. Voter. Still buzzed driving around his fields normally planted with soybeans rice and corn. Now, they're flooded as are the narrow dirt roads through his fields. We'll watch this and see how the. Gets. Did numbers on this never seen it. Still buzz land sits near the Arkansas river in the central part of the state. But right now, it's in the Arkansas river, Jonathan Trafford. The director of the Conway county office of emergency services is sitting in the front seat. You look the water in the river route. Now it's got it's got more ready tend to only that alarm going off is because the water is now up to the trucks, wheels feeling comfortable going any further still puts the truck in reverse in backs out to a dry section of road outside, he gestures to a flooded field as an Osprey source overhead this is just one little spot right here that we're looking at east of here. It's thousand tens of thousands of acres are under water up and down the Arkansas river, the Missouri river. The Mississippi and the tributaries many, many fields are flooded, like bis worse. The weeks of rain prevented many farmers from even planting news department of agriculture says at this point last year ninety percent of the corn crop was planted in the corn belt this year. It's just over half add to that the ongoing trade dispute with China and other potential for a new one with Mexico and stow boss says the situation is. Grimm. We have a very slim chance of, of eking out anything that resembles what we typically are bliss today. Jared heartbeat in agronomist with the university of Arkansas division of agriculture says it's not just happening here. But thank everybody's had a pretty rough go, but basically from Ohio to the west everyone's in a pretty good state of alarm as to where we go from here. The Trump administration announced to sixteen billion dollar package to try to help farmers affected by the trade dispute with China, but a new squabble with Mexico over immigration could hurt. Farmers more Scott Irwin in agricultural economist at the university of Illinois. Mexico's very important buyer, one of our most important buyers of agricultural products produced here in the mid west. But or when says there could also be some good news here for growers prices for corn, and other crops have been low, because of surpluses and other factors with the weather and flooding though. Those prices could go up by their nature has basically provided the clearing the decks of our surplus supplies that we needed to get higher prices. That doesn't take away the sting of the moment, though. Irwin says farmers want to farm and many have already lost money in their flooded out fields and now waterlogged equipment back in central Arkansas. Robert still bought can't help the point out the irony of big irrigation system, sitting in the middle of one of his flooded fields,.

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U.S. Farmers Hit With Bad Weather And Trade Disputes

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:15 min | 3 years ago

U.S. Farmers Hit With Bad Weather And Trade Disputes

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business. From menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net in this country. The forecast calls for more rain in Oklahoma and Arkansas this week. That's not what people were hoping for in states already facing flooding. What's the flooding mean for farmers NPR's? Nathan rod takes a trip across their underwater landscape Robert Stowe boss, steps out of his mud spattered red Chevy pickup and gives a nod. Was that? Copper rod with us across his voter. Still buzz been driving around his fields normally planted with soybeans rice and corn. Now, they're flooded as are the narrow dirt roads through his fields. We'll watch this and see how the gets. Gets good numbers on this because I've never seen it before still buzz land sits near the Arkansas river in the central part of the state. But right now, it's in the Arkansas river, Jonathan Trafford. The director of the Conway county office of emergency services is sitting in the front seat. You know, look, basically the water in the river now it's got a it's got a more reddish tend to. That alarm going off is because the water is now up to the trucks wheel wins. Feeling comfortable going any further. Still Bob puts the truck in reverse and backs out to a dry section of road outside, he gestures to a flooded field as an Osprey source overhead this is just one little spot right here that we're looking at east of here. It's thousand tens of thousands of acres are under water up and down the Arkansas river. The Missouri river the Mississippi and their tributaries many, many fields are flooded. Like this worse, the weeks of rain and prevented many farmers from even planting the US department of agriculture says at this point last year. Ninety percent of the corn crop was planted in the corn belt this year. It's just over half add to that the ongoing trade dispute with China and other potential for a new one with Mexico and stow boss says the situation is grim, we have a very slim chance of, of eking out, anything that resembles what we typically, you know, are blessed to do Jared heartbeat and agronomist with the. University of Arkansas's division of agriculture says it's not just happening here. I think everybody's had a pretty rough go, but basically from Ohio to the west everyone's in a pretty good state of alarm as to where we go from here. The Trump administration announced a sixteen billion dollar package to try to help farmers affected by the trade dispute with China, but in new squabble with Mexico over immigration could hurt. Farmers more to Scott Irwin, an agricultural economist at the university of Illinois. Mexico's a very important buyer, one of our most important buyers of agricultural products that are produced here in the midwest. But or when says there could also be some good news here for growers prices for corn, and other crops have been low, because of surpluses and other factors with the weather and flooding. Those prices could go up by their nature has basically provided the clearing the decks of our surplus supplies that we needed to get. Higher prices that doesn't take away the sting of the moment, though. Irwin says farmers want to farm and many have already lost money in their flooded out fields and now waterlogged equipment back in central Arkansas. Robert Stowe bought can't help point out the irony of the big irrigation system, sitting in the middle of one of his flooded fields, tears of joy in tears the sanitizer. Same color. So if you don't laugh a little bit along with this stuff you just about go crazy. So for now he'll try to keep cracking jokes. Nathan rob NPR news at kipnes Arkansas. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from NC TA, the internet and television association, whose members are building the ten g network of the future that aims to deliver residential internet speeds of ten gigabits per second. More at ten g platform dot org.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And down the Arkansas river. The Missouri river. The Mississippi and the tributaries many, many fields are flooded, like this worse, the weeks of rain prevented many farmers from even planting the US department of agriculture says at this point last year. Ninety percent of the corn crop was planted in the corn belt this year. It's just over half add to that the ongoing trade dispute with China and other potential for a new one with Mexico and stow boss says the situation is grim. We have a very slim chance of leaking out anything. That resembles what we typically are bliss today. Jared heartbeat in agronomist with the university of Arkansas division of agriculture says it's not just happening here. Thank everybody's had a pretty rough go, but basically from Ohio to the west everyone's in a pretty good state of alarm as to where we go from here. The Trump administration announced a sixteen billion dollar package. Try to help farmers affected by the trade dispute with China, but a new squabble with Mexico over immigration could hurt. Farmers more to Scott Irwin, an agricultural economist at the university of Illinois Mexico's very important. Our one of our most important buyers of agricultural products that are produced here in the midwest. But or when says there could also be some good news here for growers prices for corn, and other crops have been low, because of surpluses and other factors with the weather and flooding. Those prices could go up by their nature has basically provided. The clearing the decks of our surplus supplies that we needed to get higher prices. That doesn't take away the sting of the moment, though. Irwin says farmers want to farm and many have already lost money in their flooded out fields and now waterlogged equipment back in central Arkansas. Robert Stowe bought can't help point out the irony of a big irrigation system sitting in the middle of one of his flooded fields, tears,.

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Major River Flooding, Outbreaks Of Tornadoes: Is This What Climate Change Looks Like?

All Things Considered

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Major River Flooding, Outbreaks Of Tornadoes: Is This What Climate Change Looks Like?

"Much of the central US is underwater this week, four major rivers in the middle of the country are at various stages of flooding. They've also been multiple outbreaks of deadly and damaging tornadoes. All begs the question is this, what climate change looks like joining us from Arkansas? The Arkansas river is flooding is NPR science reporter Rebecca hersher. And Becky I just described where you are what you're seeing. I'm sitting next to the Arkansas river in a public park and you can probably hear in the background. There are waves crashing like it's a beach. This is a big wide flat river when the water rises, it gets wide, and it floods everything in its path that can be roads that can be houses that can be Barnes and fields. And as that goes up, it makes it hard for people to get to work to school schools are closed. And it's costing the statement. Enormous amount twenty three million dollars a day, for governor, so taking a step back. This question about climate change is this flooding happening because of climate change? The short answer. Yes. Sort of this river is high because of extreme rain. So when it rains here, it rains more than it used to in the past. And that's in line with what we would see under climate change conditions. The national climbed assessment predicts that when it rains, it's gonna rain more in the future because warmer air can hold more moisture and actually already seeing that in the midwest and along the east coast, sometimes fifty percent. More rain is falling in a single rain event thing used to earlier the century, I hear a lot of foot pain miniatures used the word unprecedented. It's the kind of rain that we just haven't seen in the past. What does this mean for places in the midwest and south, there's a lot of stress on infrastructure, that really was not built this, so all along the river along rivers like

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One levee breached, others overflowed in rain-soaked Central U.S.

Overnight Talk

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

One levee breached, others overflowed in rain-soaked Central U.S.

"Heavy rains in the central US of caused levies, debris along the Mississippi and Arkansas rivers, which may, eventually put thousands of homes in danger. In Arkansas officials are warning of more potential problems on an already strained levees system meteorologist Dylan Cooper with the national weather service in Little Rock. The painting the water to keep going up for most of various here in central and south eastern. Arkansas the craft should make their way down the rivers. We go through the rest of this weekend and

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"arkansas river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Saad Mexico. Newton judge indicted on charges of helping it illegal immigrant abate, the feds. What's the backpay? She's lost while suspended terror for a clerk in the north end after a thief, pulls a gun on him during a robbery sadness for students said Pope, John, the twenty third high school in Everett. It is shutting down at the end of the school year. The problem in parts of Arkansas is the water. There's way too much of it in the city of Fort Smith. They are dealing with flooding following a series of severe storms that ripped across parts of the country and dumped water into the Arkansas river, the mayor of Fort Smith gorge, McGill says they have been waiting for the water to recede, so they can get in and make assessments to see what needs to be done to restore. Their city is return to their homes all about systems are friends come from zuri in around, when they go to another disaster. We're going to be the ones. You have to have to finish this thing, this do it in a way that we know we can remorse or whether it worries on the horizon. Tomorrow's the first of June that is officially the kickoff of the twenty nineteen Atlantic hurricane season. The new season comes at some areas are still recovering from last year storm Peter King. You don't often. Hear boxer Mike Tyson quoted in connection with a hurricane story. It works for bay county emergency manager Jobe Smith. Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. That's what hurricane Michael did to Panama City of the rest of bay county. Smith says it's hard to prepare for a new season when they're still recovering from last year, especially with thousands of homes destroyed. He says many people are still living in trailers, or RV's. And if there's another storm, there will be more people seeking shelter than we've ever had before amazingly Smith says they should be able to do it. Peter King CBS news, Orlando government, forecasters are predicting nine to fifteen named storms this hurricane season with two to four becoming major storms, the ability to predict those storms is a big deal, but it might be. Threatened by the next generation of cell phone CBS's mega Oliver's in Seabright, New Jersey, which is quite familiar with big storms. Still remember, the impact of hurricane sandy, and how much they relied on early warnings from forecasters on one side of the debate scientists worried that future five g technology will interfere with satellite data. They rely on, on the other hand federal regulators and cell phone providers are racing to deploy five g technology. Hurricane season is here. And with it the potential for the next round of deadly, and devastating storms. This year. Meteorologists say they're also keeping an eye on a new threat. Five G will change everything. The powerful cell phone network known is five G which will deliver information up to one hundred times faster than today's mobile networks. We push speed as far as we push. This is a huge concern because we fear that advances in weather forecasting. Art risks meteorologists are concerned because some of the frequencies, the Federal Communications Commission plans to use for five G are located next to the only frequency where weather satellites can detect water vapor a critical component for accurate forecasting. The worried the new five G transmission will interfere with their weather data collection, making it less accurate the milky shades of white and grey, our water vapor these are being detected from race how critical is that data is essential that ninety percent of data going in the forecast. Miles these days, come from weather satellites? If you remove a good portion of that satellite data, you're crippling our -bility to make accurate weather forecast that could mean less time to prepare for major storms if five in place during hurricane sandy, and we had the interference that many of us expect we might not have seen nine days out that storms willing to make a left, we might have only known three days out that the storm would make a hard left into New York, and New Jersey, the FCC declined on camera interview, but a group representing the wireless industry calls the meteorologists concerns in absurd claim with no science saying the weather center. Currently deployed is much less susceptible to interference that meteorologists claim a lot of people on the wireless industry say, these fears are overblown. They're all exaggerated. What's your response to that? I don't want to find out if they're overblown, I'm certainly in support a five, gene advanced telecommunications. But let's have a conversation to make sure we're not setting weather. Forecast back several decades there is still time for a compromise before networks. Rollout five G later this year, we don't want to move backward. We want to move forward with our weather prediction tape abilities because lives property, and even our national security, depend on it. No says that accurate weather forecasting ads thirteen billion dollars to the US economy, but cell phone providers say five g technology would add two hundred seventy four billion dollars. So there's the money aspect of this as well. Meantime, meteorologist fear that if they lose some of this critical data it could set them back to the nineteen eighties in terms of forecasting Meg Oliver again, the Atlantic hurricane season begins tomorrow. There are concerns in California as fire dangerous, grow officials are hoping this fire season. They'll avoid a repeat of last year's disasters reporter, Jason Cappa Dona tells us they've come up with plans. They hope will lower the fire danger,.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Powered by triple a roadside assistance. It's seven forty seven. I'm Gregg Hersholt. Manda is off today Franklin's. He's at the editor's desk. These are some of our top stories, the stock market is deeply diving again this morning after President Trump says he's going to impose tariffs on all imports from Mexico as a way to force that country to stop the onslaught, availab- legal immigration into this country. Trump's expected to announce what he calls a very dramatic plan for the southern border today. In addition to that the Trump administration says it's putting a five percent tariff on goods coming in from Mexico in response to the number of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States. So people who live in Arkansas are heading to higher ground after a levee was breached this morning on the Arkansas river. The national weather service says the Dardanelle Levy north, west of Little Rock breached today in water has been moving quickly through it heavy rain has caused the Arkansas river to reach flood stage at several locations. Affecting thousands of homes. Police have converged on the scene of a shooting at Baylor University Medical center in Dallas at per apparently involved a security officer. The shooting happened this morning in a parking lot of the Baylor, Scott and White Hart at vascular center, there are no reports of injuries in the still unclear. If this expected shooter has been taken into custody if you're a VAR, Verizon wireless customer nine one, one calls are not going through in some areas this morning. If you're in Snohomish county, you can call several different numbers. Instead, four to five.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"All right to the mail bag. We had. Thank you. Thank you very much, everybody for being a part of this deal. I can't believe it. I say it all the time, but I get so much Email. It's crazy. In fact, the other which would be the hubs every once in a while. I'll pick up my phone and you can see where the emails. He'll say, oh, look, you have five hundred messages and no exaggeration. I mean this is a great audience for it. So I appreciate that. If you're just listening for the first time you hear something you like don't like wanna throw in your your mama's recipe for Meatloaf, that you think I need to have or whatever it is. I'm being silly. Yeah. Go down a rabbit hole. You want Kate Delaney radio dot com, click on contact boom, you're in just like that. All right. So how about this? I got this one from Harvey, who says Kate Delaney. I don't know if. You play the lottery or not. I've heard you do some of the numbers, but there is another big vac pot for three hundred and fifty five million. Nobody hit the Powerball. So you know what that means? It means it rolls. Over over means is at least three hundred fifty million, what would you do with two hundred twenty one million free and clear. Well, let's, let's just staggering amount that to me. You know, I it, what would I do? I can think of like fifteen things I would do one. I would make a list of all these places. I would wanna go to where them you would just go. And of course, it would help people that have been good to me. Of course, I would take the show on the road and a fancy bus I could meet all of you and give you free copies of books, you wouldn't have to buy deal your own destiny, you wouldn't have to go to Amazon. I would just give it to you. I want to go out and meet people in. I would what I would do. I'd do a bus tour would go and do a fun bus tour. And I can't even imagine two hundred twenty one million dollars, but yet it's a role it rolls over. So that's interesting when it does get high. That's when people when it gets higher. That's when people start talking about it. And since you brought it up. There was the other one to mega millions also was higher. And so I decided, I would. I'll give you the numbers on the air. If you don't know what the numbers are for the last time. I don't think anybody got nobody got the mega millions somebody won two million. The last game. It was nine twenty one thirty four forty to fifty twenty one but that's the mega is on Friday. And that one is estimated four hundred forty four million that would be even slightly higher. There you go. What a way to start off the mail bag. Then we go to this one on a much different note. And this one is for an who says, I heard you talking about the weather and what's happened in Oklahoma with the flooding and the flooding around the nation, and I'll tell you I used to live in Oklahoma. And we never had floods in the water as bad as we, we've seen it now lately, I've heard from friends and family, don't live there any longer. But it is pretty scary. When? You've got neighborhoods that are inundated, and they there's just no way around it. You can sandbag as much as you want. But you just have to get out, and of course, the hundreds of hundreds of homes end up swamped by the water and debris, and it's awful and dangerous for everybody in the water's dirty. And boy, I really feel for those people who are dealing with that. Well, yeah, of course because see, here's the thing, some of the places that we're talking about. You've got retirees on a fixed income. You have people that, you know, when you're talking about the house being buried over insurance, and all of that, you know, considering it, you're still building in some of these cases. They're still going to have to build rebuild pieces of houses. And that kind of stuff, yet people that try to brave the muddy water, even bass boats because they wanted to see. What, what they were gonna come back to. It's not good. I mean, you know, you got floodwaters plopping fish mud debris is awful you go back to your house, and who knows. It's not inhabitable. It's, it's, it's nasty especially for that one area that, that I mentioned on the air, and it was a very small community where they, they, they had the Arkansas river and the heavy rain, just twelve things over. So they were inundated. That's the best word to use dealing network from you sands springs in Tulsa. And you know, some of those unincorporated areas right near there. This one is from Joseph who says, boy, this measles outbreak thing. Really makes you shake your head. I have to say I raised two kids Cate, and they're. Now off in college both of them, but is needed death to think that people who could get a simple vaccination don't, and then get on planes or get in areas where they can affect so many others. And they have no idea what that could cause the kind of harm that could come to some people that could contract the measles from them. I think when you have a disease that can easily be contained you shouldn't allow it to get to the level that it's gotten to this outbreak if that makes sense. Well, yeah, it's a it's, it's passed a twenty five year old record. They got almost thousand cases this year. Nine hundred seventy one so we haven't seen these kind of cases in a very, very long time because it's rare used to be rare because of the vaccinations. But now, you have people not wanting to have kids. Vaccinated. And then you're infecting travelers, and if, if you're flying, that's what happens in the number's going to continue to, to climb. This one is from Randy. And he's Kate. I listen to you all the time on Casey a radio. You mentioned it. And that's where I found you initially this whole jeopardy run. What do you make of that? The sports gambler who is so close to Ken Jennings record with yet another win. He's less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars away from the ultimate record. You think he'll set the record do, I think he'll set the record I'd be stunned if he didn't. I mean what I love is. He's a professional gambler. I when they say that every single time when I've only seen a handful of times, I haven't been watching this faded. Breath every single day to see to see where is that. But he won you know, yet again and his name is James holes in whole Hauer, and he, he's like the runaway guy, right? He's, he's beating the competitors that gap is usually ridiculous. And the final jeopardy riddle this time around. It's anthem was adopted in nineteen forty seven to replace one by Joseph Hayden that had been tainted by association with Nazis, and he correctly responded. What is Austria? So it just seems he just pulls it out. He does he does. He just pulls it out every single time and he, he, he gets it. He uses the strategy of targeting higher valued clues first, and then wagering big money on the daily doubles. And that's how he's gotten to where he is. I'll tell you for jeopardy. It's definitely had people even more interested in the game, people who maybe weren't normally paying attention. We're sorta pay attention have now been drawn to see what's going to happen with him. So I think it's a if I'm in that business that's a good boost for that game already. They have loyal and rabid fans. But how about creating some new ones? I think they're probably doing that with his hot hot run. This one is from Bobby COSCO's now saying it's going to raise its prices because of the terrorists, and this war between China and the US Kate of heard you talk about the fact that America tonight, your show is about what if what are the effects of what's happening in my backyard and your backyard and everyone else's backyard. And you mentioned a lot about China and the US and the fact that eventually, this is going to trickle down to all of us. Have it wouldn't be a surprise, I suppose, because that's what they're going to lay it on. Yeah. The Costco, saying that they're going to suppliers to see what they can do to reduce costs. But in some they can't they they're going to have to do it. So. They don't think they're gonna scare shoppers off. But they're just saying that, listen, it just be where things may be more expensive. So for smartphones clothings going to be more expensive that, you know, that kind of thing and COSCO's going to feel it. I mean they so a lot of that think about the president's threatening to add a twenty five percent tariff on virtually all of the remaining three hundred twenty five billion in products brought in from China,.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KTOK

"Back the swollen, Arkansas river is operating effectively people who live behind the levees should pro actively relocate. So we want to continue encourage folks, even though there is no. Emergency at the moment on levies, there is high risk, and there will continue to be high risk as long as the releases from keystone remain at this elevated level, he says, if anything knows wrong, you might have only minutes to evacuate. So staying put is an unnecessary risk. Witnesses say the woman rescued from a storm drain north west sixty second and Robinson, and Oklahoma City yesterday actually climbed down the storm drain on her own saying something about needing water. I told her that was very need. She was gonna hurt herself. She just said sandals on Mary hook tells news for the woman lost her Griffin fell about twenty five feet to the bottom. Other witnesses told police the woman had earlier been running through traffic on the Broadway extension. Dodging cars, she was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. The family of a teen fatally shot by Edmund police last month files a federal civil rights lawsuit KP. Okay. Jim foresight reports. Eric Russell is with the tree of life, Justice league of Illinois. What by white v tiller that mitten Oklahoma cop, the family suing the city of Edmonton and two police officers, it was an emotional Craig box who took the stand yesterday in the states trial against opioid maker, Johnson and Johnson boxes son, Austin died in twenty eleven from an overdose. You don't have to look far fine. You don't have to have little. I mean, they're just ever and, and people don't understand that Austin had graduated from the university of Oklahoma days before his death. The trial is in the nation's first major civil case over the opioid crisis, the states, accusing Johnson and Johnson of deceptively marketing painkillers and downplaying the risks of addiction. The trial continues today in Cleveland county district court another veto. Here's Beth Myers, a Bill vetoed by governor, Kevin staff would have created a task force to identify the needs of traumatic brain injury survivors in Oklahoma in his veto. Message the governor said that he supports improving healthcare outcomes for all Oklahomans including those with traumatic brain injuries, but he doesn't believe house, Bill nineteen Seventy-nine is the most direct and effective way to do. So he also says the Bill does not contain a sunset provision and doesn't clarify whether task force members will receive travel reimbursement son school district might have to return, the five day school weeks after a Bill signed into.

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Arkansas River, Arkansas And Nathan Rot discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Arkansas River, Arkansas And Nathan Rot discussed on Morning Edition

"The chance of catastrophic flooding remains in many low lying areas including Oklahoma and Arkansas NPR's. Nathan rot reports river levels, there are still in record highs in Fort Smith. Arkansas. The Arkansas river is twenty feet over flood stage. It's slopped over major roads closed bridges, and inundated a few neighborhoods on the city's outer edges water levels crested Wednesday, but are expected to reach new highs Friday. All of that water is going to continue to make its way east and south causing flood concerns all the way to the

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Drones Are Hurting Flood Rescue Efforts in Oklahoma

America Trends

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Drones Are Hurting Flood Rescue Efforts in Oklahoma

"Authorities in Oklahoma state thrones are hurting the flood rescue efforts. Here's more from USA's Chris Barnes. The tosa area hit hard by dangerous flooding as the Arkansas river continues to rise an emergency. Helicopters have been tried to search for flood victims and drop supplies in the area. But sergeant Richard Newland verb of the Tulsa police says their efforts have been hampered by people trying to take pictures of the damage with groans. We're having people are flying. Drones out there outside of the state of regulations. He says about thirty drones we're flying. Illegally at one time in the area on Tuesday and the helicopters had to be kept away to avoid a crash. There's more rain in the forecast in western Arkansas, with the Arkansas river is nearing its crest governor ASA Hutchinson. We are looking at nature and its power and its, and it can be very devastating. And so we have to take this very seriously.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up and down the Arkansas river and its tributaries communities are flooded and officials are holding their breath that Levy's hold water levels in Fort Smith are ten feet over major flood levels breaking records. They're expected to reach their peak Friday. Nathan rot NPR news, Fort Smith. Arkansas, Arkansas, governor is asking President Trump to declare federal disaster in his state. The national weather service says a large tornado that caused extensive damage in eastern Kansas on Tuesday was a powerful e f four tornado with peak winds of one hundred seventy miles per hour. It developed near Lawrence before moving into the Kansas City area, at least a dozen people were hospitalized. Nobody was killed Wall Street is coming off. Another down day, the Dow lost two hundred twenty one points yesterday, the NASDAQ dropped sixty. This is NPR news from Washington. The extent of injuries to a young girl are unclear after she was hit by a foul ball last night at the major league baseball game in Houston between the Astros. And the Chicago Cubs the girl was struck by a line drive while sending in the stands along the third base line. She appeared to be conscious and was taken to a local hospital in Texas, the NBA finals get underway tonight in Toronto between the raptors and the Golden State Warriors. It marks the first time a league championship game is being played outside the US NPR's, Tom Goldman says, Golden State is looking for its third consecutive title. It's the fifth straight season. The warriors in the finals, the last two ended with NBA titles forward. Kevin Durant was the series MVP. Each time he still out with a calf injury without him. The warriors have won five straight playoff games with forward, Draymond green guard. Steph curry playing sublime basketball. The curry says they've won by committee. We've has made. Contributions from everybody on the bench. That's come in and produce for some both ends of the floor the warriors favored, but the raptors are worthy opponents. They're one of the NBA's best defensive teams their star forward Colli Leonard is playing his best basketball, and they have home-court advantage in the series. Tom Goldman NPR news. The NHL Stanley Cup final is tied at a game apiece last night in Boston. The Saint Louis blues beat the Bruins in overtime. Three to the series shifts to sT Louis for game three on Saturday night. The blues are seeking their first Stanley Cup Boston last one at eight years ago. I'm Dave.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said something special counsel, Robert Muller, speaks publicly for the first time about his report and Russian interference for Wednesday may twenty ninth. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro this hour, the White House response to the special counsels remarks on his investigations now, he's closed his office, and it's time for everybody to move on. He's going back to his private life, and we think everybody else should too. But what about congressional Democrats will have the latest also will hear from Venezuelan opposition leader, one Guido? And if you've been striving to fit in ten thousand steps day, new study reveals you might not need that many. I love the study. I think this is really good news for women who may not be particularly active plus author, Mary Miller about her new novel, Alexi, those stories and more after these headlines. Live from NPR news. In Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. Robert Miller has given his first public statement about the special counsel's probe into Russian election. Interference and possible. Obstruction of Justice, as NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Muller has explained why investigators did not reach a conclusion on whether President Trump committed a crime in his first public appearance since the investigation began two years ago Muller said it was not an option to charge President Trump with a crime because of Justice department policy special counsel's office is part of the department of Justice and by regulation, it was banned by that department policy charging the president with a crime was there for not an option. We could consider House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler, is vowing, that congress will pick up where the Muller investigation left off saying in a written state. Moment it falls to congress to respond to the crimes lies and other wrongdoing of President Trump Windsor Johnston, NPR news, Washington. Heavy rain has intensified flooding already saturated areas of the Arkansas, Oklahoma border, thousands of residents live near the swollen Arkansas river, which is crested at twice the level it was at ten days ago. Arkansas, emergency management director, j Gary says his office is keeping an eye on levees. Protecting communities downstream from Oklahoma and Kansas. It's going to be a long event. We have a lot of our levees that are going to be under extreme pressure for a long period of time. And as a governor stated there's a lot of unknowns, a we don't know,.

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Tornadoes, flooding remain a danger as severe weather continues

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Tornadoes, flooding remain a danger as severe weather continues

"Over flooding in the central US will likely only get worse due to recent torrential, downpours. Arkansas governor Acer Hutchinson. Residents need to be vigilant as the Arkansas river near a historic crest in the western part of the state, the Levy system that was built, by the army corps of engineers was not built for the level of flooding that we expect under the modeling that we've seen

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A new story from Here & Now

Here & Now

01:00 min | 3 years ago

A new story from Here & Now

"arkansas river" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The Arkansas river. They say by tonight, a thousand homes will be destroy if it crests supposed to be like seventy something feet. It's like ridiculous. It's the highest it's been since nineteen Forty-five the Mississippi right behind it. And they're, they're worried about with the Mississippi remember the other night. They thought that barscott loose. Yeah. It didn't fortunately didn't hit anything, but they got these huge barges that are just breaking loosen in the current taken them away, and they're afraid of what it's going to hit like a bridge dangerous, is that on my God. It's horrible size of a house got destruction everywhere. We'll keep you updated on that after all that destruction. And that's swamp. We talked about to talk about some good news, right? Yes, feel good story. Feel good story of the day. Little ironic here. Thirteen year old kid named capper Kraus's. He's in the UK fell into a coma. Unfortunately was pulled from a freezing river in northern England back in February. But he snapped out of it recently. Because of axe body spray. Funny acts usually puts me Kalma what I smell. His mom says she tried to wake him up doing everything they tried to do, like sensory things play music that they're familiar with read to always talk to them, right? He's a kid, so spray with his favorite know, bodies spray, you know, young kids often do lectures, usually act like middle schoolers.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kishi Bashi, first news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. There are multiple reports of tornadoes from the east central plains to the northern mid Atlantic one twister has caused widespread damage, but no reported fatalities in northeastern Kansas meteorologist, John Hart. At the storm prediction center in Oklahoma says the Kansas City area has been hard hit some pictures of it ban. What we call a wedge tornado. It was wrapped in rain. So it was hard to see as well, but amazingly, I think it kinda moved through less populated areas and, and spared a lot of, of the people that live, there aren't says national weather service, crews will begin assessing the damage in the Kansas City area later this morning. There are unconfirmed reports of tornado in the northern New Jersey's county of sex at swarm of tightly packed twister swept through Indiana and Ohio overnight. The heavy rainfall that flooded at the Arkansas river basin in northeastern Oklahoma last week is now surging through west central Arkansas as Jacqueline frolic with member station. KOA reports the Arkansas cities of Fort Smith, and van Buren, are trying to cope with record flooding roughly a thousand structures half of them homes have been flooded, by the rising, Arkansas river, displacing, at least a thousand people, so far, according to the Arkansas department, dovey, -mergency management over the weekend, governor ASA Hutchinson declared a state of emergency, emergency shelters and food centers have been set up. The Arkansas river is expected to crest on Wednesday. But more heavy rain is expected here and in neighboring Oklahoma for NPR news. I'm Jack will and frolic in Fayetteville Arkansas. The civil rights group, the poor people's campaign rallied in Montgomery, Alabama, Tuesday, an opposition to the state's.

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Mayor GT Bynum, Tulsa And Mayor Bynum discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Mayor GT Bynum, Tulsa And Mayor Bynum discussed on Morning Edition

"Morning. Residents of some neighborhoods in Tulsa, Oklahoma received a warning be prepared to evacuate if the levees don't hold some parts of the city are already flooded with parking garages, and streets, and large buildings filling with water massive storms have filled the Arkansas river and Tulsa levies have not held back this much water in decades, we haven't even mentioned Oklahoma's tornadoes days ago. Mayor GT bynum of Tulsa shared a photo on social media. It showed Oklahoma's governor visiting the city's emergency operation center and leading people with bowed heads in prayer. Mayor bynum

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Rescuers search for survivors after Oklahoma tornado kills at least two

WBZ Morning News

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Rescuers search for survivors after Oklahoma tornado kills at least two

"A tornado tearing apart El Reno Oklahoma last night, killing two ABC's, rob Marciano reports there have been a staggering one hundred six. Sixty four reported twisters in eleven states in the past week overnight. A frantic search for survivors after tornado barreled through Oklahoma killing at least two people and this morning officials feared that number could rise a mobile home park, taking a direct hit recent flying as powerful winds and rain, rip through the area leading over fifty thousand people without power across the state buildings reduced to rubble a week of strong storms leaving homes along the Arkansas river almost completely submerged in Tulsa county keystone dam releasing water. At more than one point eight million gallons per second putting immense pressure on the levees there. And in a water people urged to conserve water after treatment plant was shut down when rising floodwaters reached the electrical panels county leaders say they could run out of clean drinking water at any time. D mutual reports these intense storms not letting up anytime soon. Severe weather is expected to stretch into next week with more thunder. Storms. Damaging winds hail flash flooding and possibly tornadoes today. We'll bring intense storms from southern Nebraska to the Texas panhandle people from Indiana to the mid Atlantic region can expect severe thunderstorms. The biggest area of concern is flooding because the ground in most of these states, are saturated in water levels, or high fifty thousand people losing power during the latest. Twisters hitting

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The swollen Arkansas river spreading alarm downstream, as they threaten to hit a damn President Trump has declared he will no longer work with democratic lawmakers until they stop investigating him from the most. Transparent president probably in the history of this country. We have given on a witch hunt on a hoax. The whole thing with Russia was a hoax, as it relates to the Trump administration myself declaration came shortly after Trump's termed out of a meeting with democratic leaders that was supposed to find ways to build the nation's infrastructure. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. He just took a pass, and it just makes me wonder why why he did that in any event, I pray for the president of the United States, and I pray for the United States of America. Meanwhile, a federal judge in New York has ruled that Trump can't block subpoenas that House Democrats sent to banks asking for documents related to his business and family. The judge says congress has broad powers to conduct investigations. And that the subpoenas had a legitimate legislative purpose. John Walker Lindh the American captured. In two thousand one fighting for the Taliban is to be released from federal prison today. Linda will leave a federal prison in Indiana on probation after serving seventeen years of a twenty year sentence. And now thirty eight Lynn was convicted of terrorism related crimes. Following this timber eleventh, two thousand one attacks Michigan has made quite the splash with its latest hire former wolverine star Juwan Howard is coming back as men's basketball coach, the member of Michigan's fab five replaces John beeline who left Michigan to become the head coach of the Cavaliers the forty six year old Howard received a five year deal starting at two million dollars annually for him. Like to see these guys return to their album, maters interesting. He hasn't coached in college. Right. Whole different.

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The swollen Arkansas river spreading alarm downstream, as they threaten to hit a damn President Trump has declared he will no longer work with democratic lawmakers until they stop investigating him from the most. Transparent president probably in the history of this country. We have given on a witch hunt on a hoax. The whole thing with Russia was a hoax, as it relates to the Trump administration myself. The declaration came shortly after Trump stormed out of a meeting with democratic leaders that was supposed to find ways to build the nation's infrastructure. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. He just took a pass, and it just makes me wonder why why he did that in any event, I pray for the president of the United States, and I pray for the United States of America. I meanwhile a federal judge in New York has ruled that Trump can't block subpoenas that House Democrats sent to banks asking for documents related to his business and family. The judge says congress has broad powers to conduct investigations. And that the subpoenas had a legitimate legislative purpose. John Walker Lindh the American captured. In two thousand one fighting for the Taliban is to be released from federal prison today. Lind will leave a federal prison in Indiana on probation after serving seventeen years of a twenty year sentence now thirty eight Lynn was convicted of terrorism related crimes. Following this timber eleventh, two thousand one attacks Michigan has made quite the splash of its latest. Hire former wolverine star Juwan Howard is coming back as men's basketball coach, the member of Michigan's fab five replaces John beeline who left Michigan to become the head coach of the Cavaliers the forty six year old Howard received a five year deal starting at two million dollars annually for him. Like to see these guys return to their album, maters interesting. He hasn't coached in college. Right. Whole different animal. Thanks,.

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Oklahoma residents forced to evacuate as barges break free

Hugh Hewitt

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Oklahoma residents forced to evacuate as barges break free

"Two barges, broke loose and floated swiftly down the swollen, Arkansas river in eastern, Oklahoma Wednesday spreading alarm downstream, as they threaten to hit a damn emergency was the latest consequence of storms and torrential rains that have ravaged the midwest from Texas, Oklahoma up. Into Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and Eleanor the thirties urging residents of several small Oklahoma towns and Kansas to leave their homes as rivers and streams,

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KTOK

"Body from the Arkansas river in Tulsa, firefighters spotted the body yesterday while checking along the riverbank after a man was reported missing about ten days ago, a cause of death has not been determined. From the weather, severe four storm team will be under a flood watch through this afternoon. Otherwise, look for storms this morning, cloudy skies and a high today of seventy five with a low tonight around fifty tomorrow, partly sunny with a high of eighty two. Your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline, Scott NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Newsradio one thousand KT, okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for eighty and not. Learn more at universalmensclinic dot com. TD IT makes today's secure and tomorrow smarter. Explore the art of the possible at GD IT dot com. This is a special announcement for men with e d a local medical clinic is offering free doses of a breakthrough ED medication to the I seventy five men who call now. This offer is to spread awareness about a treatment, that's ninety eight percent effective even for men who can't take prescription medications. You'll receive a personalized custom blend the latest FDA approved medications formulated to treat sexual performance problems caused by diabetes, cardiovascular problems, low testosterone or depression. Your appointment will be at a private and professional medical office with a doctor representing a physician network that has helped over fifty thousand men regain their performance in just one office. Visit if you thought your symptoms were untreatable don't miss this opportunity to get a free dose of a highly effective rapid acting medication. This offer is limited to the next seventy five men who call you must act now to reserve your free dose of this break. Through treatment. That's eight hundred nine three three seventy five hundred eight hundred nine three three seventy five hundred eight hundred nine three three seven five zero zero. She got were threats ching, my wages, taking my house taking my car. I didn't know if I was going to make it functionally Yana found out about Optima Tax Relief. The leading tax resolution firm, A, plus rated.

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Why Isn't Arkansas Pronounced 'Ar-Kansas'?

BrainStuff

04:29 min | 3 years ago

Why Isn't Arkansas Pronounced 'Ar-Kansas'?

"You're an intrepid seventeenth century, French explorer transverse in the expense of wilderness of Louisiana, aka new France, a territory spanning the entire Mississippi basin for modern day, Louisiana through Illinois and northward into Canada, you encounter, dozens of native tribes each with its own language or a dialect, and you attempt to record their names in your journal as best you can this imperfect system is how English speaking Americans eventually arrived at many of their names for native American tribes, including the Dakota, Iowa, Alabama, Nebraska Ottawa Chippewa and Tuscaloosa, I think of it as a centuries long game of multi-lingual telephone these words evolved from their original pronunciation into a French approximation and finally into an English sized mangle ING of the French which brings us to the legitimately confusing. Question of how the state of Kansas spelled K N SAS. Could be pronounced Kansas while the nearby state of Arkansas spelled A R K A N as a s is pronounced Arkansas. This question was the subject of a pamphlet published way back in eighteen eighty one titled fixing the pronunciation of the name Arkansas the booklet written by members of the Arkansas. Historical society was bent to provide historical context to a resolution passed by the Arkansas general assembly declaring the one and only correct pronunciation of Arkansas to quote, it should be pronounced in three syllables with the final s silent the AM each syllable with the Italian sound and the accent on the first and last syllables being the pronunciation formerly universally and now still most commonly used. Apparently, what happened was that? Some Egge heads at Webster's dictionary had changed the entry for Arkansas to include a new pronunciation note, Kansas, formerly Arkansas, and that sent red blooded Arkansas NHS into Alexa, graphical tizzy, the authors of the Arkansas historical society pamphlet called it, a vicious pronunciation with no basis of reason authority or prior polite usage, a moreover people who said Arkansas', according to the pamphlet quote failed to consider that they would thus render ridiculous. A name highly poetic. It sounds and associated with the grandest memories of the past from the days of Marquette downward, Marquette, being the French explorer Jacques Marquette. The Arkansas historical society members argued that the divergent pronunciations of Arkansas and Kansas stemmed from similar French names. Given to two different native American tribes a Sioux tribe lived near the modern day. Kansas river in early French explorers called them by an approximation of their name, which sounded to French ears. Like Kenza these second tribe. The quote, PA lived further south west along the modern day Arkansas river, for reasons unknown, even though the poss book, a SuAn language, the French called them by Elgon Quinn. Name echinacea. Those names as the French rendered them, look and sound very similar, but again, for reasons unknown early French explorers wrote out the associated place names, very differently explorer on regional tell writing in sixteen eighty seven wrote out the word for the area around modern day, Arkansas ACC, a n cease Adila E A S, and he spelled Kansas C H A N Z E S by seventeen Twenty-three Arkansas was routinely. Spelled the way it is today. But as late as eighteen oh, five French for Perrin. The luck spelled Kansas K A N C E with a grave accent s clearly at some point in our was added to the Elgon Quin name Atkinson, a one theory mentioned in a nineteen Forty-five article in the Arkansas historical quarterly is that hunters from the tribe used a particularly cool bow and the French word for Bo is arc other French. Floors called the Arkansas river the river of arcs or Benz for its curvy course. So either admiration for the weapon or the term for the river might have influenced the French pronunciation of the name, which brings us to the pronunciation question, the eighteen eighty one Arkansas historical society pamphlet concluded that eventually colonists in Kansas chose to follow the standard English pronunciation marked by a hard ace ound localizing the

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"arkansas river" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"arkansas river" Discussed on KTRH

"On ground zero. Hey, how're you doing this evening doing great? Good. You know, your mind is like a Salvador Dali painting, accept it reflects reality better than realism. So I don't even know what to say yet. I just wanted to suggest the theory that physicists say that everything happens all at once. Maybe the reason it seems so familiar to list is because that's the disappearing. We're all still within that same exact moment of creation, and we've adapted been given time somehow to be able to experience it in this form, whatever 'cause otherwise. Yeah. It's gotta be a satanic principle at work pushing forward somehow, well, I don't know satanic it as much as it's listened fair. And I think satanic would mean. Well, what's that? What's the difference between those two honest, not sarcastic? With satanism is is basically the negation of God. So we negate God in all things. And it's it's more of a a theistic rebuke of God, and therefore burying is being set free from that combines of the construct of religion a in a lot of ways Luciferian ISM is that ballista period considers itself as being enlightenment enlightenment. That would mean that there is no what we'd call external savior only man can save himself and that without an external savior. We have either the choice to do what we're told or perish in the process Jesus. And God and all the other days that exists claim that we have free will or they claim that we have the agency or the wherewithal to make decisions to pull ourselves out of the rabbit hole and do well. But once again, human nature is is going around in his in this Moebius strip in. It's not working. Can't we don't even have the language to properly deal with dogma. Let alone the truth. Why would under I would agree with that? I mean, what search and like you said with their I'm with you every night would they're on the cusp like the newsflashes gonna blow her mind. Got blurred. Yeah. Well, we've got plenty of other things to learn with. We don't need TV. We got books got brains. We got means to right. We got means to communicate. But we don't communicate the right things. All we're worthy of doing is communicating. What we're angry about we bitch and moan on Facebook. That's that's doing our best to activate the troops against something that we're against know. What that basically shows is you're stupid sense of entitlement. That's all it does. Right. I haven't liked your click. I call you on somebody else's phone. I gave up on all that. I don't even worry about it anymore. I was born in nineteen seventy my phone is for talking. And that's it. I'm gonna tell you a lot of radio, and you don't work. You don't taxed. No, no, okay. I text photos to my mom. Is because it's cute. But that's the extent of it. I don't monkey around and really enjoying life on life's terms and kind of turning into one of those straight edge people like the Mormons like they really got it figured out. That's life on life's terms. You gotta at least start there. I'm excited about that notion. A lot of people. Hey, I was talking with a friend of mine over the new year and said that she's bow got a cookie tin that she puts her cell phone, and it's called cell phone jail. Proser cell phone and cell phone jail. So she doesn't have to hear it harm or ring or anything because she wants the future to be be solid and not be manipulated by Facebook or Twitter or Instagram or anything else. Well, it's still you can't escape anything. You could still get in your kayaking. Go all the way up the Arkansas river and watch crazy stuff flying around saying. So there's no just what angle you want to see it from. Well. Yeah. Like, I said look back in two thousand eighteen and you'll see that it was the unclogging of what is coming and we can hit it off in the past. We you look back and say ooh that happened that happened that happened. And it may get even worse unless we correct those things that happened in two thousand eighteen because that's what I see twenty eighteen in two thousand nineteen twenty eighteen precursory twenty nineteen how it's going to be in everything just falls over the edge. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. We'll be back. Breaking news twenty four seven from the gallery. Furniture made in America studios. This is News Radio seven forty KTAR h Houston's news, weather, traffic.

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Marijuana, Tulsa and Schuyler Terrel discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 4 years ago

Marijuana, Tulsa and Schuyler Terrel discussed on Sean Hannity

"Katie okay newscenter a fire that broke out just a short. Time ago at the hallway refinery on. The Arkansas river in west Tulsa is now under control that fires sent plumes of black smoke high into the air firefighters actually had to use foam to extinguish the fire the

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Mark Zuckerberg fires back at Tim Cook's Facebook criticism

Rush Limbaugh

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg fires back at Tim Cook's Facebook criticism

"One bible i'm chris ingram at the latest from newsradio one or two point nine kao ran a bullet went through a window and into a headboard while a woman was lying in the bed it happened early yesterday morning in an apartment on green mountain drive according to arkansan line the woman wasn't injured but she told investigators she heard a loud noise from her window after she went to bed she called her brother they found the bullet fragment on the carpet and notice the headboard was damaged an officer found damage to another building that appeared to be related a possible feud brewing between facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and apple ceo tim cook jim roope reports zuckerberg fired back a cook after cook criticized facebook for making money off of customer data cook said last week that apple doesn't make money off of customers information and suggests that the facebook model is if you don't let everyone and you don't value free speech when asked what he would do a face with the same data breach scandal facing zuckerberg cook said he'd never be in that situation facebook claims it monetize is customer data meaning gives advertisers access to user information so facebook can be free zuckerberg calls cook's comments glib and non truthful saturday the arkansas online posted the big dam bridge across the arkansas river connecting little rock with north little rock is scheduled to be closed.

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