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"central mississippi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Listen for 13 30 equal housing lender Relations in Alaska like Georgian, Massachusetts Article this article or Utah? Professional football players will be getting an unexpected they office fall. All NFL and NFL Players Association facilities will close on election day this year in the league and union will televise a one hour program next week for players the highlight work being done to advanced Social justice. League and the players Union said that they want to ensure every member of the NFL family as a opportunity to exercise the precious right to vote. November 3rd. Rhonda Rocks to reporting China's Defense Ministry has blasted a critical US report on the country's military ambitions, saying it's the US that poses the biggest threat to the international order and to world peace. The statement follows the September 2nd release of the annual Defense Department report to Congress on Chinese military developments and goals that it said would have serious implications for US national interests and the security of the world. News and analysis of townhall dot com. I'm Michael Harrington. Corona virus infections in the Dakotas have been growing faster than anywhere else in the nation. Over the last two weeks, Johns Hopkins University researchers say North and South Dakota have lead the country in per capita cases. The states have also posted some of the country's highest positivity rates for covert 19 tests. That's an indication there, arm or infections than tests are catching. The infections have been spurred by schools and universities, reopening as well as mass gathering. I'm Ben Thomas. Corrections officials in Mississippi said Drone was used to try and get pot, cigarette lighters and cell phones into the central Mississippi Correctional Facility and Pearl. But when I got caught in a net at the prison, the plot was thwarted. Investigators traced the drone's flight actually found security video showing two people launching it. Both men have confessed in make court appearances. They're charged with smuggling. Prison officials say the captured drone will be kept more on these stories of townhall dot com. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the claim three discount, which gives you money off.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"North Texas giving they coming up officially on the 17th can help Susan Hoff is with the United Way of metropolitan Dallas. The pandemic has impacted every sector of our community and certainly non profits as well. Smaller organizations maybe struggling those who maybe are not as focused on immediate need or even longer term recovery. They'll still be struggling and particularly nonprofit who's funding base is on, you know, they spend a lot of on events for individual donations. They may have challenges was well, so you know, it's it's been a hard time for as I said everyone across the community and the state nation North Texas, giving day, the 17th of September but early giving already underway. We've already had a special extra giving day event during the pandemic. How important is it for people to respond to the need? You know, it is so incredibly important for people to respond to the need again. The immediate need because there are still people across our community that are struggling every day. I mean, they're people who lost their jobs. That parrot and that and then not only lost a job that lost the work that they had that has been a need. Re Skilling so that they can access the living wage dot that Khun can support themselves and their families well into the future. There can do as we all know who Everyone's childhood about has struggled with disruption of school that particularly those who are already behind are gonna need those extra resource is growing health crisis and it's not just an immediate response. It's support well into the future that needs to be the rallying cry of our entire community is that there has never been a more important time. Critical time two years and continue to. In fact, what's situation for nonprofits under your umbrella? You know in that in the first immediate on weeks and months of the crisis Again. We had good results and tremendously generous community response going into this next fiscal year, which for a united way, metropolitan Dallas began in July with Actually we're off really strong. Start again. We need a lot more on. So you know, the need is going to continue to vaccinate is greater than ever was before. But what we've seen it tremendous support from the corporate community philanthropic community on individuals as well. That's Susan Hoff for the United Way of Metro bottled in Dallas, North Texas. Giving day officially is the 17th coming up this week, but early giving has been underway and continues. Also more recalls in the news. This time from Hyundai. Hyundai continues to warn some of its SUV owners to park outside for the second time this month. It's warning of an electrical short in a computer that could cause vehicles to catch fire. 180,000 Tucson SUVs from 2019 through even next year's models are being recalled. And I says it's so far knows of a dozen engine fires caused by the problem, which can light even if the engines are off. Key, which is affiliated with the Honda is recalling more than nine And Stinger sports cars for a similar problem. Matt Piper CBS News on an interesting over the top effort to get some contraband into a prison in Mississippi. Couple of men thought they could pull one over on prison guards and get some goodies into their buddy's serving time. The contraband proved to be of no help, because, as it turned out, in addition to the walls and the bars on the barbed wire, This president has a big net. The drone that was trying to fly over the wall got caught up in that net. The drone was being used to try to get marijuana, cigarette lighters and cell phones. Into the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility. Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer naturals three layer comfortable, breathable mask is available in sizes for adults. Teens and Children with many cool patterns and colors to choose from..

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"central mississippi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Phoebe and I sit there and we go Listen, we can call the throes, but yet Hill he's willing to check the same down, so that's way appreciate that. Phoebe, of course, is offensive coordinator Eric Be enemy. When Mahomes wasn't throwing TD's to Kelsey Watkins and Hill, he was handing off the rookie running back Clyde Edwards holier 138 yards in a score in his NFL debut. New Texans running back David Johnson with wondered nine scrimmage George and 80 on the ground, but new receivers Brandin cooks and Randall Cobb combined for just four catches and 43 yards pre game last night, the text in state in their locker room for the national anthem When they return to the field, they locked arms with the chief for a moment of silence dedicated to the fight for equality. Some of these 17,000 fans In attendance in KC Booed that moment, the Dolphins have decided that they'll stay in their locker room for the national anthem as well as lift every voice and sing that's considered the black national anthem and will be played before week. One games, the Dolphin said in a two minute video they released yesterday. They're tired of the quote, fluff and empty gestures from the league. And owners. The Houston Rockets were down 23 by the middle of the fourth quarter of Game four. With the Lakers last night. They got as close as five before losing 1 10 100 falling into a 31 serious hole. It's fair to ask James Harden about the bad. Three plus quarters again so much. Thank you guys so flat. No question. That Crinkle ing is hard and playing with some bag or snack at his desk, But he did eventually at this was nothing we could do about it now. You ready for Game five? Bring the salmon is you had a carry over it again for hardened score Just 21 points to field goals 16 free throws last night. The Lakers, meanwhile, got 29 points and 12 boards from Anthony Davis and a near triple double from LeBron 16 points 15 boards and nine assists today. The Clippers can close out the Nuggets in Game five, then Game seven. For the Celtics and Raptor playoff hockey. The Stars a 32 OT win for a 21 lead on the Golden Knights in the Western Conference final. It took Alexander Randall of just 31 seconds to score the winner. Flier. Sean Puffy Couturier has won the Selke Trophy which go to the best defense it forward in the NHL. Serena Williams will not match Margaret Court with 24 major titles at this U. S Open a three cent loss in last night's semifinal to Victoria Azarenka. Serena still plans on playing the French Open later this month. Azarenka, meanwhile, faces Naomi Osaka in tomorrow's finale. Nosaka fought off Jen Brady in three sets last night. Kansas City Royals rookie writing Brady singer was four ounce my no hitter in Cleveland last night, then Austin Hedges singled. Singer finished the eighth and watched his team close out in 11 1 victory. The Miami Hurricanes a 31 14 victory. Overyou Abie. Last night, Cameron Harris ran for 1 34 and two scores and from MLS Seattle a 71 demolition of San Jose. The Sounders were one goal away from matching the league single game record and the largest margin of victory ever. And now we're stunned. It doesn't take much to surprise this bouncing baby boy. This is honestly the most stunned I have ever been on the show to a news show is stunned to a news. There's not just one city possibly named after the Jackson family on top of Jacksonville, Florida There is also Jackson, Mississippi. That's where two men try to do some friends, a solid delivering some essential goods. The problem is Those friends are in the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility, and the essential goods were allegedly £2 of.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Crinkling is hard and playing with some bag or snack at his desk, But he did eventually at this was nothing we could do about it now. You ready for Game five? Bring a same energy had a carry over its again hard to score. Just 21 points to field goals 16 free throws last night. The Lakers, meanwhile, got 29 points and 12 boards from Anthony Davis and a near triple double from LeBron 16 points 15 boards and nine assists today. The Clippers can close out the Nuggets in Game five, then Game seven. For the Celtics and Raptor playoff hockey. The Stars a 32 OT Winfrey to one lead on the Golden Knights in the Western Conference final. It took Alexander Randall of just 31 seconds to score the winner. Flier. Sean Puffy Couturier has won the Selke Trophy, which goes to the best defense it forward in the NHL. Serena Williams will not match Margaret Court with 24 major titles at this U. S Open a three cent loss in last night's semifinal to Victoria Azarenka. Serena still plans on playing the French Open later this month. As a ranking, meanwhile, faces Naomi Osaka in tomorrow's finale. Nosaka fun off Jen Brady in three sets last night. Kansas City Royals rookie right Brady singer was four ounce my no hitter in Cleveland last night, then Austin Hedges singled. Singer finished the eighth and watched his team close out in 11 1 victory. The Miami Hurricanes a 31 14 victory over you A B last night, Cameron Harris ran for 1 34 and two scores and from MLS Seattle a 71 demolition of And Jose, the Sounders were one gold away from matching the league single game record and the largest margin of victory ever and now were stunned. It doesn't take much to surprise this bouncing baby boy. This is honestly the most stunned. I have ever been on the show to a news buddy. A show is stunned to a news. There's not just one city possibly named after the Jackson family on top of Jacksonville, Florida There is also Jackson, Mississippi. That's where two men try to do some friends, a solid delivering some yeast. Shal goods. The problem is those friends are in the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility, and the essential goods were allegedly £2 of weed cell.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:34 min | 2 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WEEI

"That crinkling is hard and playing with some bag or snack at his desk, but he did eventually, at this time, it was nothing we could do about it. Now. Get ready for Game five. Bring a same energy had a carry over it again for hardened score. Just 21 points to field goals 16 free throws last night. The Lakers, meanwhile, got 29 points and 12 boards from Anthony Davis and a near triple double from LeBron 16 points 15 boards and nine assists today. The Clippers can close out the Nuggets in Game five, then Game seven. For the Celtics and Raptor playoff hockey. The Stars a 32 OT Winfrey to one lead on the Golden Knights in the Western Conference final. It took Alexander Randall of just 31 seconds to score the winner. Flier. Sean Puffy Couturier has won the Selke Trophy which go to the best defense it forward in the NHL. Serena Williams will not match Margaret Court with 24 major titles at this U. S Open a three cent loss in last night's semifinal to Victoria Azarenka. Serena still plans on playing the French Open later this month. As a ranking, meanwhile, faces Naomi Osaka in tomorrow's finale. Those stock of fun off Jan Brady in three sets last night. Kansas City Royals rookie right Brady singer was four ounce my no hitter in Cleveland last night, then Austin Hedges singled. Singer finished the eighth and watched his team close out in 11 1 victory. The Miami Hurricanes a 31 14 victory. Overyou Abie. Last night, Cameron Harris ran for 1 34 and two scores and from MLS Seattle A 71 demolition of San Jose. The Sounders were one gold away from matching the league single game record and the largest margin of victory ever. And now we're stunned. It doesn't take much to surprise this bouncing baby boy. This is honestly the most stunned I have ever been on the show to a news show is stunned to a news. There's not just one city possibly named after the Jackson family on top of Jacksonville, Florida There is also Jackson, Mississippi. That's where two men try to do some friends, a solid delivering some essential goods. The problem is Those friends are in the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility, and the essential goods were allegedly £2 of weed.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Nine hundred. Eleven points to the upside down industrials three point. Eight percent. Twenty four thousand five ninety-seven seven. The Nasdaq up. Two hundred and twenty points two point four percent ninety two thirty four the S. and P. Five hundred ninety that is three point one percent and the things at twenty nine and fifty three that trial by the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical firm MODERNA pharmacutical firms anyway did wonders among the winners today. Travel cruise ship companies did really well Roy care. Being Banked Sixteen Percent Carnival gained fifteen percent religion cruise lines finish today. Eighteen percent higher airlines to united up better than twenty percent American up nine percent delta off with thirteen percent dare stock itself bank almost twenty percent day bonds fell the yield on the tenure. Tino rose zero point seven percent and you're listening to marketplace this is marketplace. I'm Kai Ryssdal bag to the supply chain. We go now. Scott was talking about it up at the top of the program with cars but maybe the most consumer facing supply chain. We've all become aware of the past. Couple of months is food. That early rushed to grocery stores the meat packing plants that have become corona virus. Hotspots how what we eat gets from there to our table. Our documentary podcasts. The uncertain our has new season out. It's called a history of now and the first episode is about poultry workers. And what they go through to get chicken from there. To our tables marketplace's Caitlyn ash has been talking to one worker in Central Mississippi. I met William McNeill on a stormy morning back in February when things still felt normal in. Mississippi William is forty-six years old. And what do you do those chickens? He catches chickens. He came right from his shift. He was still in his work. Clothes blue jeans a sweatshirt. Steel toed boots William goes out to farms that raised chickens for major poultry companies usually in the middle of the night heads into these huge chicken houses and he grabs up live birds by hand thousands of them in a single shift to catch a chicken. He scoops up by the feet flips. Them upside down. Careful to avoid the spurs which can impale you and holds their legs between his fingers. He can hold up to fifteen small birds at a time using both hands delay handed. You put the chickens in it. Disappointed won't notice lessons. Your hands up after seven years of this work. Williams knuckles are swollen and bent love. People to has never go down. There has always swore out the big. You can tell that you can catch catching chickens. Hard on the body and on the lungs. There's a lot of dust and when chicken poop breaks down it releases ammonia some catcher. Say the smell is so strong in the chicken houses. You almost pass out. This is a job. I won't do it anymore. Because it's nasty is dirty and don't pay the cruise paint a piece rate not an hourly wage so the chicken catchers try to catch birds as fast as they can when he split the days. Take with the rest of the crew. William got a little over two dollars for every thousand birds. They caught so twenty. Three thousand chickens added up to about forty seven dollars. That's less than ten dollars an hour which doesn't include the time he spent riding in the company van to get to the chicken house. We may make twenty five dollars with one hundred fifteen by March the pandemic kit and I couldn't visit so we talked on the phone. How are you doing? He wasn't catching chickens anymore. He was driving the van that picks up the catchers at their homes in the middle of the night and brings them to the farm and drives them home again at the end of the shift. William wasn't social distancing. He doesn't have that luxury. He was working in close quarters with a crew of about nine other people. They can't stay six feet away from each other. They weren't given any extra protective gear. No masks or hand sanitizer. It was basically business as usual obstacle. More work today. Must've saw still go to work every day girlfriend still every day. Williams considered an essential worker. So He's not laid off. He can't stay home and get unemployment. But William wants to work I feel like I'm very important because I feel like I need to uphold my end if I can to make sure people he because this is a very critical time so you don't get sick days right no. We don't use no sick days. William works for a subcontractor hired by Cook Foods. A Major Poultry Company Cook Foods owns the chickens and the processing plant. But it subcontracts out the actual work of chicken catching to third party businesses. That's who cuts Williams paycheck by the way we reached out to both companies. Neither responded working for a subcontractor. William doesn't get benefits no vacation days. No health insurance no sick days but William doesn't blame the people he works for so much. He's mad at the company that owns the chickens. He Catches Cook Foods. He Sees Cook as ultimately responsible. First wages. Our won't won't cook if feel like that will important to them too because even as we make sure people food with making sure that they caught me still wrong without going under. He said he wanted to be treated better. He wanted higher wages hazard pay. I talked to William again in early. May he told me the contractor he works for has indicated. He might start to get paid sick time temporarily during the crisis and his employer has given the masks and hand sanitizer in Lysol Williams says he drives with the Windows Open. Sprays Lysol in the van. I'm Caitlyn ESCH for marketplace episode. Two of a history of now from the uncertain. Our IS OUT ON WEDNESDAY. It's a history of quarantines past and how one's income made a big difference. 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"central mississippi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Public policy concluded that a slight majority of Virginians support banning assault style weapons for NPR news I'm Whitney Evans central Mississippi is bracing for more heavy rain as floodwaters recede there and in southern Tennessee Mississippi's governor take recess the swollen Pearl River is already at or near its crest but he says it's not safe for hundreds of evacuees in Jackson to return home yet we do expect the water to recede relatively quickly over the next two to three day but as it is receding is going to be fast flowing water and just like with the case over the weekend we strongly discourage anyone from getting in or trying to drive through the water reeve says that more than one hundred fifty five thousand sandbags have been distribute distributed throughout the Jackson area on stock markets in Asia shares are lowered down over one percent in Tokyo and Hong Kong this is NPR news for the record number of flood warnings were issued across England Monday a day after a storm dumped more rain that some areas are used to getting in weeks the storm is blamed for at least three deaths Britain's environment agency issued seventh severe flood warnings for central England alone authorities in northern England were piling sandbags as that region braces for river levels to pick writer Charles Portis has died at the age of eighty six although porters remained low ki K. U. A. ours Daniel Breen reports that his nineteen sixty eight western novel true grit left a mark on pop culture sure great was the tale of adventure in revenge that along the border of late nineteenth century Arkansas and Oklahoma the story of the irascible one eyed US marshal rooster Cogburn in the fourteen year old Mattie Ross was unrealized into the academy award nominated films more than forty years apart the first in nineteen sixty nine and John Wayne the only Oscar of his career for Best Actor born and raised in southern Arkansas Portis served as a marine in the Korean War and later worked as a journalist for newspapers in New York and London though.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:03 min | 10 months ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on NPR News Now

"War Bring back into the mainstream. Life is a key objective and all that the US hopes to reduce its troop levels in Afghanistan from the twelve thousand personnel to eight thousand six hundred for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. In Brussels. Early voting is underway in Nevada in advance of Saturday's official caucuses Democratic presidential hopefuls campaigned in the state all weekend many of them attacked candidate. Who Wasn't there billionaire Michael Bloomberg at a rally in Carson City Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders suggested Bloomberg is a weak candidate. I got news from this the Bloomberg and that is the American. People are sick and tired of billionaires buying buckets. Bloomberg has spent hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money to buy television ADS. Nationwide he skipping the early contest to focus on March third when fourteen states hold primaries. A state of emergency remains in effect and Mississippi as the Pearl River continues to rise near Jackson. The state capital Governor Tate Reeves says it could be days until the flood waters begin to recede. The river is expected to crest Monday. Officials are urging residents pay attention to evacuation orders and road closures. Thousands of homes are threatened and more rain is expected this week. You're listening to. Npr news from Washington. Another inmate has died in the Mississippi prison system. The eighteenth since late December officials say the forty two year old man was found unresponsive in his cell Sunday morning at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Rankin county an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. The Federal Justice Department is investigating. Mississippi's troubled prison system after a string of deaths most the result of violence novelist. Essayist playwright and biographer eight. Hunter has died. He was one hundred and two. Npr's Bob Mondello report. Such ner grew up during the Great Depression Childhood. He wrote about it in a novel. King of the hill which was adapted as a Steven soderbergh fell. He worked with Tennessee Williams on his College magazine with J D Salinger and Ernest Hemingway as an editor for cosmopolitan and when he adapted one of Hemingway's stories for television he met Paul Newman and partnered with him. When Newman joked that he wanted to sell his homemade salad dressing in some local stores it turned into a multi million dollar business and charity Hochner. Meanwhile wrote bestselling biographies of Hemingway Doris. Day Sa- Feeler and and also the book for a musical called. Let Him Rot. At the age of one hundred he completed a detective novel Bob Mondello. Npr News president trump as the grand marshal at the Daytona five hundred stock car race in Daytona Beach. Florida Sunday. He made the announcement gentlemen. Start Your Engines. Then got back in his limousine for lap around the track followed by the race cars. Shortly after starting the race was halted because of rain has been postponed until Monday. I'm Nora Raum. Npr News in Washington..

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Mississippi braces for 'historic, unprecedented' flooding around its capital

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Mississippi braces for 'historic, unprecedented' flooding around its capital

"Major flooding in the Deep South and the south western southeast rather CBS is Jim crystal reports of central Mississippi is especially hard hit flooding from the rain swollen Pearl River has forced hundreds from their homes in Mississippi's capital city of Jackson flooding is also led to evacuations and closed roads in parts of Alabama Tennessee Kentucky and West Virginia we've got a daunting task I've got road apartment guys that are you know work and toil in fourteen hour days the the you know they're they're getting there weren't thing in and there's no way in hell be Brock is the judge executive a bell county in southeastern Kentucky many of the

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Mom, her 6 children killed in Mississippi house fire

Smart Oil and Gas Show

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Mom, her 6 children killed in Mississippi house fire

"Now a mother and her six children died after a fire ripped through their home overnight in central Mississippi it happened just after midnight in Clinton that's going to be about thirty minutes outside of Jackson the father of the children survived and was taken to a local hospital for injuries he sustain trying to rescue the family Clinton communications director mark Jones inside the house where a mother eight and six children all found deceased their ages range from one to thirty three what is the mother being the oldest and the cause of the fire is still under investigation at

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Justice Department opens investigation into four Mississippi prisons

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Justice Department opens investigation into four Mississippi prisons

"The justice department has announced a civil rights investigation looking into several Mississippi prisons after a string of inmate deaths in the last few months the announcement came today after fifteen inmates have died since December CBS news justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff the gase with more this is a notable because of over the last month or so there've been fifteen inmate deaths every time we look up it seems another inmate has died in one of these prisons and so today the department of justice's announcer investigation to see what's happening inside some of Mississippi's prison the investigation by the justice department's civil rights division will focus on conditions at the Mississippi state penitentiary at Parchman southern Mississippi correctional institute central Mississippi correctional facility and the Wilkinson county correctional

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Tornado outbreak strikes the Deep South

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Tornado outbreak strikes the Deep South

"A clash of warm and cold air has triggered the severe weather threat across the mid in Deep South the storms have knocked out power to thousands and suspected tornadoes have already caused damage in central Louisiana and central Mississippi twenty million people in the southeast from Florida to North Carolina will be threatened by more severe weather tomorrow as the storm system

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"central mississippi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ever homicide behind us we have the female down inside the business so our resources are getting drain pretty quickly here in garden Grove police lieutenant Carl with nieces two others were wounded in the attacks of thirty three year old suspects in custody a man said to be full of anger after six hundred eighty arrests at seven Mississippi chicken processing plants family is of some undocumented workers are now looking for answers as we hear from CBS's Omar via franca the limited goal is going to go to you for the return of her dad one of hundreds of undocumented immigrants rounded up by immigration and customs enforcement eleven year old and other children of those arrested stayed at a community center gymnasium overnight after about six hundred immigration agents targeted food processing plants across central Mississippi I know you and reports as climate change threatens the food supply and it says people need to take better care of their land and water and rely less on me Kansas rancher brandy bizarre it says her cat all or part of the solution to climate change up the problem in cattle graze on grass bashers they're actually improving the grass and then and what they're grazing on we are doing everything we can to improve our environmental footprint a new report says scientists might be closer to a simple blood tests to diagnose celiac disease the intestinal disorder sparked by gluten in foods settling Donlin suffers from coeliac and says right now a diagnosis can take a long time definitely is less invasive I think the gold standard is for people to undergo an endoscopy which is a fairly invasive procedure this is going to open up I think a lot of more people to proper diagnosis Wall Street right now the Dow is up two hundred seventy points and the nasdaq is up one thirty seven this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tony Anthony Mason and this morning we your new live and local this is WCBS newsradio eight eight radio dot com station are.

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Residents brace for flooding threat in New Orleans

America's Truckin' Network

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Residents brace for flooding threat in New Orleans

"Pretty significant travel in packs in the Deep South Gulf coast berry this strengthened Thursday it's inching closer to shore and folks rushing to prepare ahead of an expected landfall out late Friday night early Saturday morning together not issue we not mandatory evacuations for the city of New Orleans about the nature of mayor in a press conference warning residents declaring an emergency this past day it's all about the flooding related to the storm stretching them in the press conference that you need a plan for the approaching storm whether it's to shelter in place or evacuate the city due to the time it's going to be hitting in the fact that the storm is forecast to be up a potent tropical storm yeah we're not issuing mandatory or voluntary evacuations sheltering in place is our strategy no apparently she'd she made it so much told reporters that we can't do like mandatory evacuations unless the storm was a category three or stronger didn't realize that but the biggest threat now is not the wind it's going to be the rain where some may see twenty four inches of rain before this is over so the National Weather Service urging residents to be prepared for the worst doesn't matter if there is a tropical storm or hurricane number one threat the rain president trump said in a tweet this past evening that everyone should prepare for the coming storm he'd the direction of all officials later he issued an emergency disaster declaration for Louisiana so that's already been done by the president meanwhile elsewhere around the country yeah we've got some showers thunderstorms out there looking at some spotty showers and thunderstorms are along a front stretching from sent east central Mississippi often on stretching across northern Alabama northern Georgia and up into western portions of South Carolina still some heavy rains through central and eastern North Carolina as well it is a lot of rain in southern Florida I don't think that has anything to do with very I don't believe but yeah heavy rains the all along the Florida straits from Florida no doubt into Cuba so there's a lot of rain in the southwestern in south central Florida is more it's got a streaming in that

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"central mississippi" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on KTRH

"Westside northside Lexus. Twenty four hour weather center. Him Terry Smith that the Weather Channel and find out here about the next couple of days. Looks like what Missouri for example parts of Mississippi? That's who's dealing with what's going on with Gordon right now. I guess right now, Gordon is in Mississippi and all the rain with Gordon is really right around the center or just to the north and east. So the Florida panhandle is still getting quite a bit in the way of some heavy rain, especially around Pensacola, right now, I mean, there's some big thunderstorms and they had over five inches of rain yesterday in Pensacola, and all that moisture is working it's way up into Alabama and central Mississippi at the moment. So quite a soaker, Gordon is and we've seen that before here in south east, Texas, we've had our own tropical storm problems. Well, we also have some rain we've got a little bit of light rain down near the coast the sporting, but we're going to see an increase in those showers and. Thunderstorms today. But it's only a forty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Could some rain later on temperatures around ninety today? Fifty percent chance of thunderstorms tomorrow. Sixty percent chance of rain Friday. Guess what the weekends the same? We'll see some sunshine. But we also have those thunderstorms mainly in the afternoon, by the way, it looks like Bob Mueller is willing to accept some written answers from President Trump will have more on that story. Coming up in just a moment right now. It's seventy eight degrees at your official severe weather station. News Radio seven forty KTAR. H local news, weather and traffic. Alexa,.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The decade i've been here sort of run up against either directly or indirectly almost all of the or all of the key rationale reasons that that john grisham listed in the far to the book radley why don't you share with us how you were drawn into this particular story actually both of you end up from coming at it from different perspectives rally wanna let you tell me how you got started down this road and then tucker can take the same question oh i i've been covering a story in mississippi it was part of my job corey may guy in south central mississippi who shot and killed a police officer during a drug raid and turns out the corey they've done one side of a complex the police were actually after the guy on the other side and and for whatever reason late at both sides of the duplex and he was home with his daughter was twelve thirty in the morning when he wakes up demand ticking down the store and shot and killed one of them and then one of the officers and then immediately surrendered with bullets to lesson has gone and you know his story was that he was woken up to armed intruders and didn't realize that these police because he wasn't a drug dealer and if you wake up to breaking your home in the middle of the night you tend to think if you're not a drug dealer at least public in today's do some harm state claim that he you know he should have known that they were cops and so they they prosecute him for capital murder which came with the death sentence and you know it's case really boils down to whether or not the jury bleed them and one of the expert witnesses for the state was this guy is kind of the central figures in our book dr steven hayme testified that other trajectory of.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Yeah love it so then i think i followed up with him to ask you know obviously now at that point they're like dan this might be good so i followed out to see if they limited but he said it just felt too sketchy so they just left he didn't say nope on the all no i would have there's a lot of things is a lot of things going on there that warrant discussion one is ducks are migratory i'm talking to the listeners here ducks are migratory so a state can't claim states manages your own wildlife with the exception of something that has federal protections like through the endangered species act or migratory stuff because you can't claim ownership of a bird that's that's traveling thousands of miles and just stopping in at places so the way they kind of like the way they the feds the feds in the states comanage migratory birds and you have flyways in the us because you imagine like bird movements are generally these north south movements so you have the atlantic flyway the pacific flyway how many other four or five flyways mississippi river floods sippy flyway sent then there's the one that goes down to rock central four or five flowers look good up way i should know that you got a handful of flyways and the the waterfall like migratory while i was managed sort of on the flyway level and in the states and the feds worked together and they kind of look at there's four or flowers name them off yanni pacific central mississippi in atlantic there you go.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WCHS

"Asked i jim bohannon here join us for the next bohannon show when we'll be looking at some of the top news stories of the day and there will include a few fun things as well we look at the world of sports or entertainment you name it we might he would go back to the toilet paper hang over the fraud or the back of the role the whatever we're talking about rest assured you're calls are always welcome all the jim bohannon show right here weeknights at ten on 965 fm 580 am wchs boy i want to thank you for all the information i've gotten in all the money be over the years i love your show and thank you so much for providing for me but does that interest you as our as move moving the music to google it all or not i would be willing to look at and the dog would be too saturday mornings at ten six on the voice of charleston 965 fm 580 am wchs the delayed is on 247 the jim bohannon show weekday mornings at ten on the voice of charleston 965 fm 580 am wchs a few minutes were talking with uh one of the member foreigner which of the all women singing rock group pussy cat dolls and should we talk about the second amendment and views in hollywood and in the entertainment world that is going to be worth hanging around four as can be pretty darn interesting i see how brice is with us out of central mississippi i believe that his line wanhai hey brice spike tom uh wife an automotive in to a ten eicher plot in ah central mississippi uh a more comfortable with a bolt action uh rifle uh what's your advice as far as they good universal weapon as far as dear cody uh small game 4 that uh size area.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"He is on army combat veteran and the global war against terror now sergeant ekoku a king has been arrested in hawaii and charged with trying to help isis fbi special agent in charge paul della corte says king is accused of providing no terry documents persons he believed who passed them to isis be involved in the purchase of a drone with the intent that it would be provided to isis providing combative training to an individual he believed was an affiliated with isis ekoku king was assigned to the twentyfifth combat aviation brigade in hawaii as an air traffic controller but he also at high level combat training he apparently started talking about lying to kill service members back in 2011 but the fbi says he was radicalized lange last year clogs with jessica rosenthal started gangs defense attorney says it appears his client may suffer from servicerelated mental health issues which he says the government was aware of but neglected to treat a marine aircraft has crashed in central mississippi taking a heavy toll there were sixteen people on board all have died that's lauren colbert of fox thirteen and memphis the kc one thirty refueling tanker had taken off from a navy support center near memphis the marine corps says there was a mishap at twenty thousand feet the play them spiralled to the ground and burst into flames of military team knell investigating the cause of that wreck federal authorities have confirmed an explosive device was set off outside an air force recruiting centered near tulsa oklahoma police in bixby oklahoma so the blast was reported about ten thirty pm local time monday night investigators with the fbi and the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms are on the scene special agent narrative davis of the atf says the blast is being investigated as a possible active domestic terrorism not believe there were any injuries let explosion in oklahoma fox news.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"At veteran of a global war against terror now sergeant eka king has been arrested in hawaii and charged with trying to help isis fbi special agent in charge paul della corte says king is accused of providing military documents persons he believed would pass them to isis be involved in the purchase of a drone with the intent that it will be provided two isis providing combative straining to an individual he believed was affiliated with isis ekoku king was assigned to the twentyfifth combat aviation brigade in hawaii as an air traffic controller but he also at high level combat training he apparently started talking about wanting to kill service members back in 2011 but the fbi says he was radicalized last year clogs with jessica arose from full sorted kegs defense attorney says it appears his client may suffer from servicerelated mental health issues which he says the government was aware of but neglected to treat a marine aircraft has crashed in central mississippi taking a heavy toll there were sixteen people on board all have died at lauren colbert affleck's thirteen in memphis the kc one three thirty refueling tanker had taken off from a navy support center near memphis the marine corps says that was a mishap at twenty thousand feet the play them spiralled to the ground and burst into flames of military team though investigating the cause of the wreck federal authorities have confirmed an explosive device was set off outside an airforce recruiting center near tulsa oklahoma police in bixby oklahoma so the blast was reported about ten thirty pm local time monday night investigators with the fbi and the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms are on the scene special agent barrett of davis of the atf says the blast is being investigated as a possible act of domestic terrorism it's not believe there were any injuries that explosion in oklahoma fox news.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Ekoku tang has been arrested in hawaii and charged with trying to help isis fbi special agent in charge paul della corte says king is accused of providing military documents persons he believed who passed them to isis pre involving the purchase of a drone with the intent that it will be provided to isis providing combative trading to an individual he believed was affiliated with isis ikeka king was assigned to the twentyfifth combat aviation brigade in hawaii as an air traffic controller but he also at high level combat training he apparently started talking about wanting to kill service members back in 2011 but the fbi says he was radicalized lange last year fox's jessica rosenthal started king's defense attorney says it appears his client may suffer from servicerelated mental health issues which he says the government was aware of but the glichtich to treat a marine aircraft as crashed in central mississippi taking a heavy toll there were sixteen people on board all have died that's lauren colbert affleck's thirteen does the kc one thirty refuelling tanker had taken off from a navy support center near memphis marine corps says that was a mishap at twenty thousand feet the play the spiralled to the ground and burst into flames of biligiri team though vestige aiding the cause of that wreck federal authorities have confirmed and explosive device was set off outside an airforce work recruiting center near tulsa oklahoma police in bixby oklahoma say the blast was reported about ten thirty pm local time monday night investigators with the fbi and the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms are on the scene special agent barrett of davis of the atf says the blast is being investigated as a possible active domecq eric terrorism it's not believe there were any injuries that explosion in oklahoma fox news.

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"central mississippi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"central mississippi" Discussed on KOMO

"Minutes of nonstop news traffic on the 4's the home of the huskies this is komo news coming up on komati of our them as you'd have to give police more training and deescalating potentially deadly situations has an unexpected fair i pete combs eric heintz and analysis claims a more naturally flowing columbia river would benefit the region's economy coming up after abc the security official after a large marine corps plane crashed in central mississippi the kc one thirty a taken off airbase had said a tizi the plane came down at a soybean field leaving debris over a wide area leading to speculation that it exploded in midair new details about the pre election meddling would meeting i should say with the president's son and a russian lawyer linked to the kremlin the new york times is reporting that before donald trump jr met with the attorney offering dirt on hillary clinton he was informed forbid at email that the information was part of an effort by the russian government to help his father's campaign the white house has not commenting republican leaders of the senator hoping to revive their ailing health care bill and secure a vote before august set of georgia leader mitch mcconnell said the affordable care act must be repealed and replaced power of your options diminish hope that is the legacy of obamacare porto matter a little evidence that republicans ready closer to agreement dave packer abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news 1000 news time ten thirty wanted 62 degrees art sanders top local stories from the komo.

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