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"coastal north carolina" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
"Tell you if there's one thing i've learned in the ten plus years in this work you you look at recovery challenge is right for for. The affluent does a bus or fortunate enough to have resources. Every challenge means that recovery can become a little more expensive or may take a little bit longer but for the modern income families and the working poor every challenge makes recovery a little less possible. And that i think is something. That's worthy of our more consideration than it's getting and that if we were to better represent the suffering of people in new orleans and houston the panhandle of florida and coastal north carolina tons of other communities that. We've never even heard about if you hold that up and you say this is what it looks like. If we don't address it we might be more effective that holding the attention of policy makers and leaders whose responsibility it is to address it. Okay reese it's been great chatting with you. You guys are doing some really amazing work and thanks for coming on the podcast enjoyed. Thanks so much for the opportunity. Hate actors welcome back. joining me. is john miller. John works for fema. The federal emergency management agency. John works with fema region to assigned to the state of new jersey to assist with flood. Climate change and natural hazard resiliency and adaptation. I john welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having the no. It's a treat to have you on some from you. Guys are doing great work and on that note. Could you just briefly describe what fema is generally responsible for yes. Fema is responsible for responding to disasters and getting communities prepared for disasters and helping them recover from his astra. So it is a multi agency effort. I want to just kind of drill down into something specific here. Can you talk about what happens after a flood for the average household. Yeah so it is a big event. When someone gets flooded there is often just dealing with your personal belongings getting back to the house and be difficult with debris in streets and what's really important. Someone gets in there. And and really you know mucks the house out with removing that mud. That comes in with the flood. Water removing drywall at saturated from the flood. Airing the house out brain fans in. Because you don't want molded grow and getting that house. Rai catalog. does it. generally take to receive federal aid in these situations where people actually need that federal aid. It can happen in weeks. What fema has to do is again mobilized to the affected area there are centers set up to take in people and to to basically to handle their information and go through that process. I think we need to think about. It's really states than locals. Are there first. And they are the ones that are really attending to the survivors of disaster. The first the famous coming in to assist that process if there are these delays. What's really creating those delays. I know fema wants to help people as soon as possible. But i guess there's maybe there's particular checklists that you have to get through. Why is there that delay. It's sometimes a proof of eligibility so people are there are certain documents and certain information that is needed that the homeowner will provide fema so it would be again proof of ownership Documents such as now. It's my understanding. There's no federal aid available after just a heavy rainfall flooding event. Is that true true. In terms of it sounds like the type of disaster speaking about would be more local and not trigger a presidential disaster declaration however if you are covered by flood insurance you can make a clean on that of events not a federal claim not any of the federal assistance might be available. Basically there are a number of events said. Don't cross the rational. So there's a per capita or a population threshold that comes into play when a disastrous declared. And that's what triggers the various assistance programs but having an individual flood insurance policy. You can make that clean in the case of a smaller okay. We'll tell me a bit about resilience work that you're doing at fema. Yes so things have really picked up at theme in terms of resiliency in adaptation. So we are looking at a number of programs that have been additional. Funding has gone into though there is the rec program. The building resilient infrastructure communities program and the president put another five hundred million dollars in that program is going to be a billion dollars in that program this year two thousand twenty one and what the brick program does is it really looks adds a neighborhood scales admitted whereas as your program title includes adaptation so again not using the word climate mitigation using mitigation in terms of mitigating the risk of flooding and damage from flooded. So the program will look at everything from electric grid issues to again flood issues restoration. It has also a built in Now with the president's justice forty initiative that it needs to help disadvantaged communities these could be urban or rural communities and that they should have a portion of the funding going to them. The other thing that's coming along is the was just announced at the co vid nineteen funding that went to states and territories. Four percent of that aid will go into the has mitigation grant program. And that's one that can really address non-structural which is elevating a home or a voluntary buyout of a home and it can also go into small structural projects. So that's another program that almost three point. Five billion dollars is coming in again as a result of the cova nineteenth. Spend okay when you think about a community being resilient to the impacts of climate change it has to be the lower income people and even the upper income people who typically have flood insurance for those who can't afford flood insurance as you're trying to make communities more resilient has that affordability issue come up with you guys any does. Portability is something that fema has looked at the national academies of science of look at it and fema has run some analyses on affordability. They really looked at the national flood insurance program. And the census data in coming up with you know who is not being covered by flood insurance. And they've made they've run some analyses and they've provided that to congress and we're expecting that congress will be looking at this in its reform reauthorization of the national flood insurance program. I think it might actually be covered in those reports. But so fema is interested in this issue of equity not just affordability but equity means other things too in. That's kind of the new focus for you guys to yes. It is so you know again. There are underserved communities that have been unable to compete in in various programs and with respect to flood insurance unable to afford flood insurance and there have been efforts made in terms of previous bills in congress to create a means tested affordability program. It's i guess likely that congress will look at that again and you know even the word risk center has looked at teaming up affordability and mitigation and looking at you know grants and loans. That would not only help the.
7 North Carolina Deputies on Leave Following Andrew Brown Jr. Death
"1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the investigation.
7 Deputies on Leave After Fatal Shooting of Black Man
"Nearly 1/5 of a county Sheriff's department and coastal North Carolina has been placed on leave or resigned since the fatal shooting of a black man there this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City. The passport in county Sheriff's Office says three deputies have resigned for reasons not related to the death of Andrew Brown Jr on Wednesday. Seven others are on paid administrative leave. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and the Elizabeth City Council are calling on officials to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting, which took place while officials were trying to carry out a warrant. Councilman Michael Brooks says council members are preparing to petition a judge to release the video. We got to do more than given the grieving family words they want to see some action to wars what they will consider justice for their love one North Carolina's stay pure Rule of investigation has taken charge of the
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"And debris has been found. And Mars military leader meets regional leaders on his first overseas trip since the coup on February 1st, But some members think his invitation sends the wrong message. It gives the army a sense off legitimacy. I also sense the notion that as Ian is willing to engage with people who have force subsided, the power Israeli jets attacked Gaza after Palestinian militants launch rockets into southern Israel. We report on the worst flare up between the two sides in months. And again do nothing, bro. Really way focus on one off the Oscar contenders for live action short, too distant strangers, which looks at black people killed by the police in the U. S. But first all the news on the World Service Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Amy Held Space Exes Crew Dragon spacecraft has now successfully docked with the International Space Station. Dragon Space X on the big loop. Heart capture is complete. You will go to open visors connecting some 24 hours after launching from Florida's Kennedy Space Center before astronauts from the U. S. Japan and France. Are the first to use a capsule that's flown before they're beginning a six month stint in the orbiting lab. Biden administration has set new emissions cutting targets. But now an Przemyslaw on Rott reports implementing those goals will be the hard part. President Biden's golden cut climate warming greenhouse gas emissions in half from 2005 levels by the end of the decade. Is the most ambitious, climate oriented plan in American history. But there are concerns that it still does not go far enough. Average temperatures are rising globally, fueling Maurin tense and more frequent wildfires in hurricanes and saying You want to cut emissions is different from actually doing it. Biden's proposed infrastructure plan has billions of dollars aimed at moving the country away from fossil fuels. But it's unclear how much that will make its way through Congress. World leaders will gather later this year in Glasgow, Scotland, to check the world's progress and cutting emissions. Set new targets going forward. Nathan Rott. NPR News in Coastal North Carolina. Seven sheriff's deputies are on administrative leave after the fatal shooting of a black man on Wednesday. Three other deputies resigned this week. NPR's Sarah McCammon reports from Elizabeth City, where officials are under growing pressure to explain what happened. Actions come after Andrew Brown Jr was shot and killed on Wednesday morning, while passed between county sheriff's deputies were carrying out a search and arrest warrant in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The sheriff's office says seven deputies have been placed on leave, while state law enforcement officials conducted investigation. Officials say three other deputies have resigned, though they say those departures are not related to the fatal shooting. Aspartame. County Sheriff Tommy Wooten says his deputies were wearing body cameras at the time. Members of the Elizabeth City Council have voted unanimously to ask the sheriff and other officials to release that footage. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Elizabeth CITY, North Carolina. Searchers in the waters off Bali say they have recovered debris from an Indonesian submarine missing since Wednesday, and the Indonesian Navy says a scan detected the submarine at more than 2700 ft. That's well below survivable limits for the 53 crew members on board. The Navy says it's investigating whether the submarine lost power during the dive and sank too deep for emergency procedures. Southeast Asian leaders met in Jakarta this morning to address the crisis in Myanmar. The Myanmar general who led the military takeover is there as well in his first trip abroad since the February 1st coup. Security forces have been cracking down on pro democracy protesters killing hundreds. You're listening to NPR news. 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The first was from billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. The proposals come as the state Legislature debates how to shore up the Texas grid after devastating blackouts last February left millions without power for days. For NPR News. I'm most Michelle in Austin. Eric show. Vin will be sentenced on June 16th after being found guilty this week of murdering George Floyd, The former Minneapolis police officer is facing a maximum of 40 years in prison. He was convicted on Tuesday on all three counts against him, including second degree unintentional murder and second degree manslaughter..
Police in North Carolina Fatally Shoot Black Man, Prompting Protests
"To coastal North Carolina black leaders in other activists they're calling for the release of body camera footage after the fatal shooting of a black man yesterday by sheriff's deputy NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. Authorities are releasing few details about the shooting. Andrew Brown Jr was shot and killed Wednesday morning, and Elizabeth City, North Carolina as passport take county sheriff's deputies were trying to serve a search warrant. Sheriff Tommy Wooten says officers were wearing body cameras at the time, but authorities have yet to release that footage. During an emergency meeting of the Elizabeth City Council Councilman Darius Horton said he's tired of black Americans being wrongfully killed by police in city after city. We can't say that happened here yet. We don't have the information, but it needs to be put out in the forefront the body cameras that needs to be released immediately. The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation is leading the investigation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Virginia BEACH
White House approves Texas' emergency declaration as historic winter weather intensifies
"In a number of states hard hit by snow and ice and a lack of electricity pledging aid to the governors of Alabama, Louisiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas, where millions of people are still without heat, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and this even more difficult When you can't tell people specifically how much longer will they be without power? A deadly house fire was reported in the Houston area. Carbon monoxide poisonings as well as people scrambled for ways to keep warm. A tornado ripped through coastal North Carolina officials say
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Wife I knew from Xfinity Go online, Call 1 800 Xfinity or visit a store today, restrictions apply. Wednesday brings stormy weather once again to the Pacific Northwest and into big Sky country look for heavy rains, even some flooding along the coast from just north of San Francisco, right up to the Canadian border across the interior Northwest. Expect snow for a good part of Idaho and into western Montana. Other areas that may see rain or snow Wednesday or in the East. Beware of rain for coastal South Carolina and coastal North Carolina, also expecting some lake effect, snow off of lakes, Erie and Ontario during the day Wednesday, unusually warm temperatures will be in store for the northern and central Plains. In fact, temperatures in some spots some 20 to 30 degrees above normal for January. It may be extremely warm for this time of year in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wyoming. Fair amount of sunshine for the planes. That's your national Weather Forecast. Mike Ellis, NBC news radio. The free I. Heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I. Heart Radio podcast preview. Imagine You're struggling with back pain for months. No one can tell you what's wrong. Then you find a doctor, in the words that he said that I wanted to hear was I could fix you. And you know, those are magic works. I was in pain and somebody had neurosurgeon today conviction you trust he'll take care of your problem. Nothing but good reports and the list of accolades that were two pages long. When you talk to him. He's engaging. He seems very intelligent. He's witty. He's charming. He had always talked about. I'm gonna be a doctor. But he has this dark.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"From the plumbing heating paramedics studios after Fox, you're listening to 93 Wi V C W i. B C H d one Indianapolis at four o'clock, a major winter storm bearing down on millions of Americans Lisa Brady Fox News. They've had a few hours of heavy snow already in Pennsylvania, where a decades old December record could fall. The same storm, spawning a tornado warning and coastal North Carolina some severe weather that's just kind of how much energy is along with the storm, the northern side of this dope. That's where it is all snow and where we have winter storm warnings. Eventually, it's going to turn into snow down across parts of the southern Appalachians as well in towards the mid Atlantic and then towards the Northeast Fox meteorologist Rick Reichmuth some areas could get 2 FT. York City switching schools to all remote for tomorrow, but some districts are still planning a snow day because of the intensity of the storm and the risk of power outages. Congress is chipping away at the stumbling blocks to a new covert relief bill making progress after a stalemate that's dragged on for months. Boxes Jared help earn is live on Capitol Hill. The roughly $900 billion proposal would not include two contentious provisions, funding for state and local governments or liability protection for business is it would renew enhanced Unemployment benefits and provide direct payments to individuals. Family of four is I understand what's in the bill $2400 at a very difficult moment in our economy. That's something in Vermont Independent Senator Bernie Sanders says He's still pressing for Maura and stimulus payments, joining Missouri Republican Josh Holly in that effort, but did not indicate whether or not he would block this passage. Should a deal come together? Lisa. Thanks Jared Ah, health care worker in Alaska, hospitalized after a severe allergic reaction within minutes of receiving Fizer.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"All right. Good morning. It is 707 here on your Monday. Glad to have you along. It is going to be We're gonna get into this coming up a little later in the hour Weatherwise. It's going to be amazing for a good portion of this week, which may want Teo, you know, get in your head. Hey, you know, let's head out too. The third District of North Carolina, which is where Congressman Greg Murphy represents. And we're talking beaches and beautiful sunshine and all the rest. How you doing, sir? I'm doing great. I hope you are. I'm great. And let me ask you this actually on that front when we talk about coastal North Carolina and all the challenges that we have faced this year. With Cove it and restrictions tourism restrictions, which have now kind of yielded this weird thing where people are doing less vacationing, But somehow more people from New Jersey are living. In some of these coastal communities is what my friends were telling me that have houses there. How is it kind of evolved? What is a huge financial element of the third district? In your opinion. Yeah, You're right. Tourism is very, very important to eastern North Carolina. I have about 80% of our state's coastline in my district. And so you know, the first couple of months when they had basically slammed the door down on everything. Dare county did not allow anybody who did not. Live primarily in dare County to come over bridges, But I will tell you since the restrictions have been lifted. It has been a booming business. Um, look down in places like Emerald Isle, Atlantic Beach. We have a little place in them old Olive. They've just been No blockbuster running through. Ah, Keeping the place very, very busy, and the same thing has happened up in Dare County. You know, a lot of the issues have been now just trying people trying to find people to work trying to find people, staff restaurants and things. And so that's just a whole different thing where we're paying people to sit. Get on there, but at home rather than go backto work, So it's in a very challenging time. And in a strange because I don't want to make that point, because you're right. There was this transition where and I I was blown away when I tried to see if I could book a place. About a month ago, and I call out to call a friend of mine, and I said, What is going on? With with. I just assumed every place, he said. No, because it's absolutely.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on KCRW
"Was approved by the house on Friday with a price tag of more than three trillion dollars GOP leaders in the Senate say the relief bill won't pass as is this is NPR news tropical storm Arthur is bringing heavy rains and gusty winds to coastal North Carolina this morning the storm is about fifty miles southwest of Cape Hatteras it has top sustained winds of about forty five miles per hour forecasters expect our third to dump one to three inches of rain over a wide area some could receive up to five inches the storm is expected to turn back out into the Atlantic tonight and early tomorrow today marks forty years since the eruption of mount St Helens in Washington state has Howard Berkes reports it left nearly sixty people dead the north flank of mount St Helens collapse shooting searing hot gas and rock down into valleys below tie in Marianna Kerney watch from a ridge eight miles away and they were called in this nineteen ninety nine interview it was put on Tommy mom looks like there was a horrible sight only black boiling clouds I mean like a Twilight Zone clears a freed their cloud get us across the canyon for most seven people died fifty seven died in all some severely burned some found with lungs full of ash some were never found ash fell like snow hundreds of miles away mount St Helens woke up again in two thousand four with minor eruptions it's been relatively quiet since for NPR news I'm Howard Berkes Dow futures are up more than seven hundred points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington and on this Monday morning you are listening to Casey R. W. I'm cherry Glazer good to have you here well no question traffic still lighter than usual out there on the freeways this morning but we do have a couple sick alerts to tell you about the longest running one is in Sir Rideau's southbound six oh five to the east ninety one.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on KTRH
"Opportunity to tackle some of the most complex mission requirements apply now it G. D. I. T. dot com slash careers D. I. T. is equal opportunity employer Thursday will bring record high temperatures for much of the west and southwest to ten to twenty degrees above average temperatures in Arizona and southern and central California on Thursday in the east with the risk of severe storms for coastal North Carolina and South into eastern South Carolina hail and damaging winds the main concern rain will spread across eastern Georgia and northern Florida and South Florida will get into some rain as well the Great Lakes will have showers and some steadier rain showers fall from Detroit to Cleveland Erie Pennsylvania to buffalo and Syracuse New York when the fifties and sixties in the northeast seventies for the Carolinas sixty five with clouds and partial sun in Atlanta expect a large supply of sunshine Thursday for cities including Minneapolis Lincoln Nebraska and southward into Oklahoma and Texas eighty four in Dallas with sunshine clouds impartial sunshine for the central and southern Rockies that's your national weather forecast Mike Ellis NBC news radio radio Sundays at eight PM on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. and final cast on the I heart radio app and keep up with the oil and gas industry online at shale mag dot com R. L. Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio seven forty KTRE everywhere the gallery furniture made in America.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A federal judge for permission to cut into the hall Jack this is fox news W. CBM Baltimore poll numbers in the forecast overnight down into the mid twenties and some winter weather alerts down south east Virginia and coastal North Carolina for snow on the ground tonight was that say south of us just for your two overnight sunshine Friday high forty degrees with twenty eight and then a mile weekend coming our way was to fifteen days for Saturday and then fifty Sunday next chance for wet weather early next week in Baltimore Monday through Wednesday I mean urologist Scott Lori more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM the nobody CBM studios are sponsored by safe retirement solutions in Annapolis in Towson call robber away for ten to six six eleven twenty or visit safe retirement solutions dot com need a break from the sound bites and the Talking Heads do you want information you can actually use information that'll change your life for the better then listen to the del Wamsley radio show Saturday afternoons at three PM on talk radio six eighty W. CBM make the right choice the morning drive with cheesy Adelia weekday mornings at six on talk radio six eighty W. CVM for they to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three cent George a text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory welcome back Randall Carlson with us as we talk about cataclysms as of the past fascinating because they could determine the cataclysm because of the future too.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Florida seventy eight years old a Jack Callahan this is fox news W. CBM Baltimore poll numbers in the forecast overnight down into the mid twenties and some winter weather alerts down south east Virginia and coastal North Carolina for snow on the ground tonight was that say south of us use the career to overnight sunshine Friday hive forty degrees for twenty eight and then a mile weekend coming our way was to fifteen days for Saturday and then fifty Sunday next chance for wet weather early next week in Baltimore Monday through Wednesday I'm meteorologist Scott Lori more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM broadcasting live another used to be on the safe retirement solutions studios call rollbar roll it for ten to six six eleven twenty role on the web is safe retirement solutions dot com listen Sundays at nine AM for radio mass of Baltimore the live liturgy of the Sunday mass from St Ignatius church in downtown Baltimore and again at six PM for rebroadcast following the mastery tune for a message from the archdiocese of Baltimore on talk radio six eighty W. CBM the following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time using yeah from the files of the hidden somewhere on deliberate can steal a nondescript building we once again made contact with our leaders the end.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Leaders and the president of Afghanistan we're going to meet with him in secret tomorrow at camp David but he says he's cancel the meeting because the extremist group stage an attack in Kabul that kill American soldier eleven other people CBS news military consult my client the president normally wants that moment where he can claim victory in especially something that will go down as historical the fact that he walked away from it meant that he must've really felt that look of look over the horizon of the United States would not be in a good position is not going to be a good deal as a drum treats about the Taliban if they cannot agree to a ceasefire during is very important peace talks and would even killed twelve innocent people then they probably don't have the power to negotiate a meaningful agreement anyway. the hurricane death tolls rising in the Bahamas in with leader calls this hour of darkness search and rescue teams are still trying to reach some communities isolated by flood waters and debris after hurricane Dorian struck the northern part of the archipelago last Sunday Tommy Thompson with the ministry of tourism says thousands need help. hands generators refrigerating units so that those persons who have to stay in the violence can get a little bit more comfortable if it's not gonna be easy this article while soaks in coastal North Carolina are cleaning up from the store at least two deaths reported what's left of the hurricanes now having Nova Scotia. federal officials are looking into illnesses and dance that may have been caused by vaping CBS news correspondent Carter Evans this CDC says it's too early to point to a single common substance in all cases but earlier this week New York state health officials said vitamin E. acetate found in some vaping products is a focal point of their investigation. like most who fell ill Adam Hurtgen Rader says he used T. H. C. vase and also vape nicotine in a separate products made by jul the largest E. cigarette maker in the country the size you want I didn't know what make it some was so I just thought it was just a vague shoes. no twenty fourth tennis grand slam for Serena Williams she lost a nineteen year old Bianca and rescue at the US open in New York definitely disappointing you know I felt like I could of done so many things a little bit better but she played really well Williams work on ESPN this is the second year in a row that Williams has lost in the final at flushing meadows she's been the runner up but four of the seven majors that she's entered since returning the tour.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And AM New York. good morning hurricane Dorian has been downgraded to a category one storm but it's still bringing rain and high winds to coastal North Carolina meanwhile search and rescue efforts are under way in the storm battered Bahamas. many there are still in shock there's no words to describe. and there was nothing I could have done I I can't live I'm Richard take its morning edition from NPR and WNYC. New York health department is investigating contaminants invading products it was a bad week for brexit and new series examines the rise of the Wu Tang clan what you say is true. Allen and the Wu Tang could be could be careful it's Friday September sixth the news is next. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jeanine Herbst working Dorian has moved north and is now slamming the southern Outer Banks of North Carolina the category one storm hammered coastal areas along the way with rain and high winds as in pairs dole rose reports Dorian is threatening low lying towns that suffered major flooding last year. the noose river splashes over its banks in new Bern North Carolina ominous sign for a town that some major flooding from hurricane Florence a few blocks away Jean Kaufman is out walking his dog during a break in the rain he says Florence damaged a lot of properties here including his house we had seven feet of water in our street down the road here. older so I can be that bad so we're staying Dorian is expected to bring heavy rain and dangerous storm surges too much of eastern North Carolina troll rose NPR news new Bern. meanwhile search and rescue crews continue to look for survivors in the Bahamas we're Dorian hit as a category five hurricane leaving at least thirty people dead hundreds of others missing officials say they expect the death toll to rise forecasters will be looking closely at a monthly jobs report from the labor department this morning as they try to assess the strength of the US economy and your Scott Horsley reports the economy's been sending mixed signals in recent days about the toll taken by the ongoing trade war forecasters expect the report to show another solid month of job gains in August though perhaps not as strong as in the two previous months manufacturing in particular has seen a slowdown the much larger services sector has been less affected by the trade war between your commissary house of Wells Fargo securities so she'll be on the lookout for signs at factories.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Away on Carmen Roberts fox news hurricane Dorian we construct category one storm with ninety mile an hour winds as it zeroes in on Cape lookout in the North Carolina Outer Banks you're going to see these winds getting up to at least tropical force winds I do think we're gonna be running over several of the barrier islands from now into early Friday morning take you away ten o'clock maybe until you finally have run back off the coast and then once he had off the coast we're heading back out over open waters and then we begin to see perhaps clipping a little bit of areas in New England southern New England so from Boston running up to portions of coastal Maine fox mineralogist Adam klasa storms left at least four dead in the southeast US in the Bahamas thirty confirm that but the country's health minister says the final count may be staggering crews still digging through the muddy debris strewn destruction the NTSB says the crew of the dive ship that sank off the southern California coast tried several times to save the thirty four people killed in the fire the crew members that got off the boat first were able to save two other crew and call nine one one they left the vessel and returned back to the conception of what in the skiff to try to rescue any survivors Jennifer harm the with the NTSB the owner of the dive boat files a lawsuit to avoid liability in the case truth Aquatics which owned the conception filed suit yesterday under a pre civil war provision of maritime law California jury acquits one of the two men charged in the ghost ship warehouse fire that killed thirty six Max Harris found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter it's a hung jury for Derek Almeida and stock futures are up this morning the Dow up seventy seven points after the dell industrial search three hundred and seventy two point yesterday America's listening to fox news. tropical storm warnings in place of the triangle east rain tapering off as we go through this morning heavy rainfall east and southeast where flash flood warnings in place still may get some stronger thunderstorms so it's raining ending this morning quite windy at times especially during the morning hours into the afternoon match to see the sun poke out as Dorian leaves the east coast of the state eighty six degrees how did your old three Stooges the weather channel on one of six one F. M. talk. for parts of coastal North Carolina it's going to get worse before it gets better that's what forecasters are saying as the center of hurricane during and continues to March north north eastward overnight headed to places like Morehead city Atlantic beach an emerald island wins these areas could be dealing with some of the strongest winds of the entire hurricane gusts of up to seventy five miles per hour tornado watches remain in effect until seven AM for a number of communities in eastern North Carolina flash flood warnings are in effect for Beaufort height and Washington counties until six thirty AM motorists are asked to stay.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Fox news. connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk coastal North Carolina is under a hurricane watch is Dorian is projected to skirt the east coast from Florida but it's not expected to make a turn to the north west until it's off Georgia tomorrow night by Friday night Dorian will be out to sea governor Roy Cooper says residents need to prepare for the worst he's hoping that Dorian will curve back into the Atlantic and not hit the coast is hard Cooper is issuing a mandatory evacuation for all barrier islands in the Outer Banks the hurricane is shutting down five airports in Florida but affecting travelers all over including flyers in North Carolina more than fourteen hundred flights in or out of the country being canceled for today with six hundred fifty those scheduled from Florida Dorian posing a bit of a snag for the Cumberland County fair a B. C. eleven says it will be closed on Thursday but re opened Friday I'm rob Stadler. from the Jedi service now plumbing heating and air conditioning products that are really bad crashes it turns out on interstate forty west at Saunders three right lane to block leading believe only one late this week by on the left side it's parked back the rock quarry in building also crash reported on Glenwood just off of four forty this report is sponsored by train info dot com heating and cooling now is your chance to get the unstoppable performance of a new train system at train a test so it runs through November fifteenth get special financing for sixty months at rebates up to five hundred dollars on a qualifying train system is a train info dot com it's hard to stop a train subject to credit approval. why for now but some impacts with rain and wind possible from Dorian Wednesday night into Thursday tropical storm watches east of Raleigh during that time sixty eight tonight dry weather increasing clouds eighty nine Wednesday I'm meteorologist marks of it from the weather channel one of six one of him talk. you're listening to the financial safari news next. this is Thomas Lipscomb live a coach beats money does get capital financial joined in studio alongside Steve that all as well as coach Pete the route there's been at least fifteen security breaches at retail outlets from January twenty seventeen Intel today and that doesn't include the Equifax hacked that affected some hundred and forty three million of us too many people I.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Expect your hood part the Ted Williams tunnel westbound backed up inside my king WBZ's traffic on the three. gorgeous afternoon as a lot of his return to work tonight partly cloudy lo sixty tomorrow partly sunny thunderstorms that can produce some damaging winds high eighty five. Thursday highs seventy one Friday a little bit of a lashing from Dorian as it passes by well off our coastline but we're still gonna feeling. and right now just feeling like fall out there well. no complaints seventy three degrees low humidity snow storms just a few cumulus clouds out there otherwise those guys. this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop. good afternoon to you I'm Laurie Kirby here the five things you need to know at three fifteen a search is underway right now for missing fourteen year old Winthrop girl and police want your help then Parker with a lot more on that coming up at the bottom of the hour also the latest on hurricane Dorian and again how will it impact the New England coast line will find out from first messy over it meanwhile. Barbara welcoming a seventeen year old who was detained by ice first day of classes over there. and a much lighter mood this hour in the sunshine state it seems that Florida is no longer in the direct path of hurricane Doria the news in Florida and Georgia are now out of the cone of uncertainty and likely will not get a direct hit from a hurricane Dorian is being met with smiles here in Melbourne we're just about everything is closed and boarded up for a major hurricane hit Gavin lives on Cape Canaveral long feeling pretty fun I'm not too worried Florida is out of the tracks that's feeling pretty good about that I guess this area will still likely get tropical storm force winds but unlikely there will be any hurricane force winds Alex stone ABC news Melbourne Florida people in coastal North Carolina are scrambling head of Dorians expected impact there Thursday morning willing to North Carolina mayor bill Sappho is urging those in low lying areas to head to higher ground this storm hopefully will stay off shore might have become the sure we have to be prepared and for those of us that have been here for many many years you just don't know what a hurricane is going to do the most important thing is there are unpredictable the port city bracing for a storm surge of up to three to four feet and up to ten inches of rain the Coast Guard called off the search for survivors of that deadly boat explosion off the southern California coastline over the weekend the bodies of twenty people have been recovered they were on a scuba diving.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Seven sixteen CF NBA. Twenty five till we began the week with snow in the northern Rockies. But it is the southern plains. That's been most active with whether this past week Accu weather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr has forecast once again that is going to be the area that is going to have the worst weather for the day with the very least a likelihood for flooding. Rainfall that's going to be a factor over northern portions of Texas, della Homa, and perhaps at cross much of Arkansas and south western Missouri, as well, we also have strong even severe thunderstorms that are going to be likely once again farther, south in Texas, still primarily focused over the hill country don't may reach out across at least San Antonio and perhaps into Allston for today as well those areas the cities themselves would be mainly for this afternoon and into the evening. We're also keeping arise on a surge of tropical moisture than has been lifting northward off the coast of Florida. That's. Bringing wet weather to the Florida peninsula, and it's going to be spreading even farther north for today. There's a possibility of flooding downpours in showers and thunderstorms from central Florida on northward to rule the coastal parts of Georgia and South Carolina and reaching up into parts of coastal North Carolina as well so beachgoers for today are going to have a wet time of it in the southeast. We've got some rainy weather that's still going to be a factor over much of New England. And at least some showers that extend them down back across the Ohio valley to that rain in the southern plains. That's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist others air central California school district will allow a Stockton high school newspaper to publish a profile of an eighteen year old student who works in the porn industry. The papers adviser teacher Kathy duffle had accused district officials of censorship after they demanded to preview the issue and threatened her with. Possible firing twenty three before the hour. Several films are daring to do box office battle with the mighty avengers on now showing later in the program. That's coming up. This is America in the morning. I'm John trout. House. Speaker Nancy.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"With what's news. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal in New York. In a moment, we'll talk about President Trump's tweets on both Puerto Rico's death toll from hurricane Maria and comments from j. p. Morgan, Jamie, diamond. I some top news headlines hurricane Florence was downgraded Thursday to a category, two hurricane with winds of one hundred five miles per hour, but the massive slow moving storm was still expected to pummel the coast of North Carolina with extreme rainfall. The outer band of rains from hurricane Florence were approaching the coastline on Thursday with forecasters warning that a slight weakening of wind speed did not mean the storm will not cause major damage. The biggest threat from the hurricane is not wind damage, but the impact of heavy rain Florence is expected to dump more than three feet of rainfall on parts of coastal North Carolina, a storm surges expected to push coastal waters up to thirteen feet above ground. If it coincides with high tide winds and heavy rain are expected to move inland as well. And to last. For days for the latest updates on Florence, go to our website wsj.com the Wall Street Journal says fewer homeowners, north and South Carolina owned flood insurance than five years ago indicating they won't have access to ready cash. If they need to rebuild after hurricane Florence, the declines come despite significant building along the coast and both states over that same period according to the national flood insurance program, flood coverage policies were down three point, six percent in North Carolina, and one point, two percent in South Carolina standard homeowners insurance policies.
"coastal north carolina" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Thursday, eight pm still as strong as it is right now tomorrow at this time. That's when we start to see the really nasty winds and the storm surge in the high waves arriving on the coastal areas of Carteret county to Oslo county. And then during the overnight hours to New Hanover county here, which includes the Wilmington area and then the storm will weaken during the day on Friday. You'll hear. Going down to a category. One eventually tropical storm as it goes in the South Carolina, and then it becomes a big rain problem. After we're done with the search. Notice the one thing it doesn't really stop or loop. It comes to a crawl, so at least it's slowly will progress. We no longer think it's going to completely stop and hit the brakes completely. So as far as storm surge, if we're gonna see, I'll unfortunately all those beautiful houses on the beaches at are up on the pilings. If we're going to see any damage to any of those with the wave action on top of the nine to thirteen foot storm surge, it's going to be in this area here. So this is bald head island here. This is the rights will be cherry whip, the topsil beach, and then we head up here towards ember Lyle, and then we'll go to Atlantic beach and then there's morehead city back behind it. So that's the area of greatest concern. And we have all these little waterways in here. We have on slow bay and then we have the panico sound the noose river that comes down here. We could have real big, huge problems with a consistent win piling that water up into the panico sound that areas. Well inland are going to have sore surge just as bad inland. And as they would on the coast and the high tide cycles, Thursday night at eleven thirteen should be bad. It'd be pretty high. The peak possibly could be towards lunch hour tomorrow. Friday at eleven forty, six. And if it's not then then it would be the one as we head towards midnight on Friday. So we only three high tide cycles to get through. And then as we head through the weekend Brian and we'll see the storm weakening slowly pushing away. We have the historic rainfall possibilities of three to four feet nice late at areas, especially coastal North Carolina. I have my eyes to in the mountains in North Carolina and one's ever spent any time in Asheville or a boon, some pretty high hills up there. And if we get that storm heading in your general direction, a quick ten inches of rain in high elevations can have a lot of issues far away from the coast. We learned a lot as usual Bill, Karen's. Thank you so much for that and all the other updates to our viewers. We will start the overnight coverage tomorrow night. When this broadcast is over, we will stay on duty and get into the storm coverage as it develops coming up as we. Track the storm or report of a new record set by this administration. Last thing before we go tonight. A piece of reporting from the New York Times that certainly gets your attention. It's about migrant children being held in custody in the US and we quote, even though hundreds of children separated from their families after crossing the border have been released under court order. The overall number of detained migrant children has exploded to the highest ever recorded a significant counter narrative to the Trump administration's efforts to reduce the number of undocumented families coming to the US population levels at federally contract shelters for migrant. Children have quietly shot up more than five poll fold since last summer according to data obtained by the times reaching a total of twelve thousand eight