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"cookeville" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Trump also traveling to Tennessee earlier today getting a first hand look at mass devastation from tornadoes and praising the resilience of the people who are already rebuilding of deficit we're flying over you see that the blue roofs going up at all over the place is just great people it's a great state he was in one of the hardest hit areas Cookeville Tennessee that's east of Nashville the street he visited full of the wreckage of what used to be homes eight people died there get more than twenty deaths statewide and again on Wall Street the Dow finishing down to fifty four America is listening traffic reports it matters the most this report is sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sites down to forty we're dealing with the trouble there this is over on on two forty north down at the creek Boulevard we've got the multi vehicle crash working there and it has the on ramp blocked Ramada crumble apart over to the doctor for your account also on fifty one northbound veteran's parkway we got an injury crash working there causing a few delays as well I'm boiling with your traffic make meal time easy and delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try Bob insights from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite this is a box thirteen weather update on fox thirteen meteorologist Yasser cash again we have a pretty.
"cookeville" Discussed on WTOP
"Now higher than they were just six weeks ago at the close the Dow down to fifty four nasdaq is off one sixty two before heading to Atlanta president trump made a quick trip to tornado ravaged Tennessee CBS's Jim crystal reports president Donald Trump got a first hand look at tornado damage in Nashville and Cookeville Tennessee Mr trump also met with storm victims and first responders I love them special people it's an incredible place incredible state it is hard already see people rebuilding at least twenty four people died in the storms that ripped across middle Tennessee early Tuesday morning Jim chrysalis CBS news the house transportation committee says Boeing bungled the production of its troubled seven thirty seven Max airplanes CBS is Steve Dorsey the committee's preliminary findings accused Boeing of technical design failures in the aircraft it also says Boeing lack transparency with aviation regulators and its customers and tried to hide information about the operation of the seven thirty seven Max planes it comes after the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes the plane remains grounded around the world once again the Dow is now down to fifty five this is CBS news brought to you by the Capital One venture card when you are an unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think what's in your wallet your favorite things feel made for you your education should still.
"cookeville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"City of Cookeville Tennessee was hit harder than any other when a tornado ripped through that state earlier this week eighteen members of the community died many more still hospitalized Ricky Shelton is the mayor and flew over his town and a helicopter to see the damage he just say the trees are just laying down houses gone and all you see is concrete foundations our road crews were having to take heavy equipment to bulldoze our way through the streets because they were covered in trees and power lines and poles the powerful winds meant that some people's most important possessions were just blown and miles and miles away the debris field is many many miles of things that were carried off down pictures in our yard photographs of people another Cookeville resident found a tattered photo of one young couple who died in the tornado with their child miles away from the house Shelton has set up an artifact center in the town where people can drop off these items that now carries even more significance it's a very tough situation law also life obviously loss of property but you know through this the resilience and the humanity and this year community spirit we yesterday we decided we would allow you know people into volunteering coming in and you know twenty five hundred people show up and it was awesome you know just things like that that you that you look and you see reminders of hope three a devastation locked that Ricky Shelton mayor of Cookeville Tennessee he's leading the recovery efforts after tornadoes destroyed.
"cookeville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hope three a devastation locked that Ricky Shelton mayor of Cookeville Tennessee he's leading the recovery efforts after tornadoes destroyed much of the city earlier this week it's N. P. R. news good morning from the BBC in London number P. Jones with BBC top line here a few of the stories we're following this hour monitors of the conflict in Syria say the skies over the north of the country have been free of war planes for the first time in weeks that follows a truce brokered by Russia which is allied with the Syrian government and Turkey which supports the rebels it's a tall order how the Syrian army and its militia allies or the Turkish backed rebels including jihadi groups will behave is anyone's guess all items elsewhere Iran remains a principal focus in the Middle East for the Ryzen coronavirus infections that ours is not present in every province but the authorities are trying to prevent it further spreading by imposing restrictions on travel security checkpoints have been set up on main roads to prevent all but essential traffic from moving between cities will schools and universities have been closed while working hours have been reduced by hearth Sebastian usher here in Europe the U. health ministers are meeting in Brussels officials are warning of a possible shortage of medicines because many pharmaceutical ingredients come from China with the viruses affecting manufacture that use health commissioner is still accurate comedies we're doing everything possible as a commission with member states to overcome it as soon as possible finally reports coming in of a suicide bomb attack in Tunisia near the US embassy.
"cookeville" Discussed on KCRW
"City of Cookeville Tennessee was hit harder than any other when a tornado ripped through that state earlier this week eighteen members of the community died many more still hospitalized Ricky Shelton is the mayor and flew over his town and a helicopter to see the damage he just say the trees are just lying down houses gone and all you see is concrete foundations our road crews were having to take heavy equipment to bulldoze our way through the streets because they were covered in trees and power lines and poles the powerful winds meant that some people's most important possessions were just blown miles and miles away the debris field is many many miles of things that were carried off down pictures in our yard photographs of people another Cookeville resident found a tattered photo of one young couple who died in the tornado with their child miles away from the house Shelton has set up an artifact center in the town where people can drop off these items that now carry even more significance it's a very tough situation law a loss of life obviously loss of property but you know through this the resilience and the humanity and this year community spirit we yesterday we decided we would allow you know people into volunteering coming in and you know twenty five hundred people show up and it was awesome you know just things like that that you that you look and you see reminders of hope three a devastation locked that Ricky Shelton mayor of Cookeville Tennessee he's leading the recovery efforts after tornadoes.
"cookeville" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"To what socialism is on one oh six one FM talk until NATO president trump heads to Tennessee today to tour tornado damage done earlier this week the left twenty five people dead fox's Lauren Blanchard in the town of Cookeville according to the National Weather Service for tornadoes hit middle Tennessee here the F. four had winds of up to a hundred and seventy five miles an hour another one that went to Nashville left a sixty mile long path more than twenty people still not accounted for at least twelve people in the U. S. are dead from corona virus in the house and Senate have passed a spending package to fight the disease fox is a shock because the reports of the president's expected to sign it shortly eight billion dollar bill will help to pay for a vaccine medical supplies that are so needed and even help those small business is taking a hard hit right now globally nearly a hundred thousand people are believed to be infected with the virus America's connected continues with one oh six one FM talk the health department continues to track the movements of the wake county man confirmed to have corona virus he attended church over the weekend at Christ the king Lutheran and Kerry so far though no additional cases are reported the number of seasonal flu cases being reported continues to decline there was an additional eleven deaths in North Carolina last week brings the total this season two hundred twenty seven a seventeen year old is recovering after being shot yesterday morning in Greensboro the team is expected to be okay it prompted a lockdown though Dudley high school no word of any arrests college ball tonight NC state's home against Wake.
Cookeville, Tennessee tornado rated EF-4
"An update now for you on the aftermath of the deadly tornadoes which hit Tennessee president trump is scheduled to visit the region USA radio's Chris Barnes reports are forced out to the families that have lost loved ones that's Tennessee congressman John rose discussing Tuesday morning's outbreak of tornadoes that killed twenty four people in the state of Tennessee including eighteen people in Putnam county which he represents we have a long healing process but a great community that's pulling together to help make that happen the National Weather Service says one of the tornadoes that hit Putnam County was an EF four with winds of a hundred and seventy five miles an hour several people remain unaccounted
Senator Marsha Blackburn Speaks About The Corona virus And Election Security
"So much what a pivot to to a senator Marsha Blackburn who is joining us and she is a Republican from Tennessee and senator Blackburn thank you so much I know that you have not only been coping with this issue with regards to cook at nineteen but of course in your home state you have got a lot of people that are hurting and regrettably that are that are making funeral preparations at this hour and for that you have our deepest condolences well thank you for that and we appreciate the condolences and prayers and Tennessee is the volunteer state and I will tell you yesterday when I was out and out Wilson county Davidson county Putnam County which has been the hardest hit to see all the volunteers that showed up to help and volunteers in the churches that are coming around these families who are now planning funerals and in the midst of homes being destroyed in businesses being destroyed they are standing with these families and helping them get through a time of just deep deep grief and sorrow as they have lost homes and livelihoods and have lost these precious lives and are experiencing that grief senator Blackburn I was reading about to that there was a young couple the husband wife and a child all three of whom perished invests in that storm system those that tornado outbreak I mean you're talking about a generation of of a of a family that is just been eliminated and and how the how other members of family cope with that to me is just a it's a grief that I pray none of us ever know that **** well you're exactly right and to see these families and in the midst of this grief they're out searching for even a picture something from that family that they can use as they go through the process of remembering and the sadness fear the children that have died in this is the children that are hospitalized right now with injuries and the numbers that are hospitalized and have the injuries and Putnam County with eighteen deaths that are there it's just devastating and you look at this area of Baxter which is right outside of Cookeville Tennessee there in Putnam County is a community of about twelve hundred people and they've got a hundred and twenty five homes and businesses that no longer exist they're gone it is a field of rubble and it is just it is just devastating and there's they were using one building that was standing as kind of their command center there was a another market that was still standing one down the road was totally gone gas pumps market everything gets a sign of it anybody's ever walk to the this scene after a tornado it's it'll take your breath away the damage in Maine yeah I've been in war zones hurricanes tornadoes and I have never seen anything like this and are you satisfied help senator of Blackburn are you satisfied with the federal response thus far I have you been in contact with the trump White House I have been in touch with the president with the White House I was on the ground yesterday with the regional administrator for FEMA a team of which is the Tennessee emergency management association has a website set up it is T. N. dot gov forward slash team at T. E. M. A. I. individuals can go there and get information on how they access help but the governor in Tennessee is doing a good job we'll have the president on the ground tomorrow people are looking forward to having him there so that he can see firsthand so we're talking to sue us senator Marsha Blackburn and senator we saw also that your that the Tennessee governor had held a news conference this morning saying that Tennessee has the first confirmation of cold hit nineteen as well also from middle Tennessee talk about adding insult to injury as you guys are coping with the tornado damage you're also dealing with this covert nineteen outbreak that is correct in the state health department I had the confirmation on this case yesterday it is a forty four year old male he lives in Williamson County which is right outside of Nashville that Sir Brentwood Franklin area I he had attended an international conference which was held in the United States after he returned home he did not feel well so eventually as his system and his symptoms worsened he decided to go to take medical care and that is when he was tested and he is quarantined at home with his family now we we have seen some of the measures in places like China some of the European measures when it comes to this slowing the spread of cove it nineteen and and some other areas are taking pretty significant measures that we have not yet taken here in the United States one of which being the the UK government announcing that they're going to pay for people's sick leave from day one if they self quarantine image can you imagine every single taxpayer being on the hook for everybody's staying home from work in a two week or more self quarantine one one of the things I think said and we're receiving regular updates Dr sale team is doing a tremendous job N. ambassador Burke of leading the effort working with the vice president who is handling this they are very thoughtful they are getting information to us they are transferring information to your state and local health authorities and I certainly believe that the reason you have seen a slower spread here in the U. S. then you have in other countries it is because of the actions the president took immediately on restricting travel from China the restrictions have since placed on Italy and on South Korea analysts say also the actions that are being taken by many companies I know many companies are now placing our travel restrictions on individuals until we know more about the incubation time the covet nineteen and on the the symptoms how long the disease last things of that nature some people are are of the of the mindset senator Blackburn that the corona virus outbreak could have an effect on the the upcoming presidential election of the presidential nominating process though with with Bernie Sanders now out and he was or or at least seemingly mathematically out I don't wanna say these out loud but seemingly mathematically out it will I I would have thought he would have done better on super Tuesday as he is the man who is advocating for universal health care and that would be something that that some supporters of Bernie Sanders think would help when it comes to the outbreak of of the corona virus are are you surprised that or or are you concerned that the corona virus could have an effect on the process of electing our next president I I don't think that it will I think that knowing Tennesseans and I think many Americans are like them and they feel that our country three is when you look at the issues of security whether it is economic security national security border security and access to services like healthcare and making certain that we are addressing issues like the environment with clean air clean water that many of the stepsisters ministration have take has taken our steps in the right direction and they are pleased with that and people are going to go to the polls they are going to vote for Donald Trump it looks like it is said to senator Marsha Blackburn a Republican from Tennessee and I I wanted to kind of learn the last question here Fauria switch topics kind of a hard pivot here one of your colleague senator Marco Rubio left a video message on his Twitter page last night let me just play a portion of this you can see what he's advocating here and I'll get your reaction things
"cookeville" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"That destroyed a huge swath of Cookeville Tennessee early Tuesday was stronger than first thought and he asked for tornado two or three this area Putnam County with winds of a hundred and seventy five miles an hour it leveled homes so these tornadoes were across central Tennessee the search for survivors is still ongoing as three remain missing but in all this destruction there's been an outpouring of support from here in Cookeville Tenn Nashville people have been giving out supplies from water and food hot meals to bags and gloves to start the cleanup forces Lauren Blanchard president trump will tour the devastated areas tomorrow with Elizabeth Warren's campaign staff says she was reassessing her campaign after disappointing super Tuesday results Mike Bloomberg ended his campaign yesterday Bloomberg said the time you spend on the trail has been rewarding but there is no longer a path to the presidency forum he also endorsed Joe by fighting a motion Bloomberg urged supporters to chase the light of a qual the an opportunity in the selection and took a swipe at the president red shines on the torch of the statue of liberty and inspires the world with our values and our our ideals no all can block out that life Bloomberg joins Pete judge Amy Klobuchar and battle Rourke in indoor sing Biden in New York colonel Scott fox news S. CI agents involved in the Carter page probe have now been blocked by the FISA court from seeking additional surveillance warrants last year an inspector general's report found significant errors in the investigation into whether the former trump campaign associate had ties to Russia maybe dying of kidney disease but federal prosecutors say former financier Bernie made off should stay in jail urging a Manhattan federal judge to reject made office request for humanitarian relief from his one hundred fifty year prison sentence for bilking thousands of investors billions of dollars of Jack Callahan this is fox news newsradio kale BJ on John Cooley and topping Austin's news governor Greg Abbott launched a new tool to better understand how prepare Texas schools are to deal with an active shooter situation or natural disaster well more companies cancel their plans to come to south by southwest capital metro's Sam Sargeant explains they're still preparing for the event he says they're trying to soothe corona virus fears by keeping up to date with health officials were also being very proactive to make sure that our maintenance crews are doing additional cleaning suites on our vehicles as well that are stopped in other cities an Air Force veteran M. J. Hager is nearly eight point victory over state senator Royce west make sure the early favorite heading into their may run off to see who will face senator John Cornyn in November Rice University political scientist mark Jones says Hagar has two big advantages she not only is more popular and well known but is the favorite Canada V. Q. constituency Anglo women your kale BJ radar weather watch high seventy three get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com this is America and the morning from Westwood One news son John trout it's Thursday March fifth twenty twenty coming up on American morning the house passes a corona virus response package the ETS are four hundred and fifteen the nays are too next stop the Senate I'm Linda canyon in Washington after spending five hundred million dollars on his campaign Michael Bloomberg drops out of the race and endorses Biden I'm Steve casting ballots your widespread destruction in middle Tennessee is realizing the magnitude of how much devastation this entire Stormers because it's just it's heartening I'm quite a relief rally for stocks on Wall Street on moderate presidential hopeful Joe Biden success at the polls and we'll tell you why Jessica Ettinger I double handed with more crime and punishment coming up be aware of this circulating email scam Chris Cruz has details it's all ahead on American morning seven minutes after the hour.
"cookeville" Discussed on WTOP
"That can do cell phones again on Wall Street the Dow gaining eleven hundred seventy three points just over four and a half percent to twenty seven thousand ninety the search for victims of this week's tornadoes continues in and around Nashville and the monumental task of cleaning up from that destructive twister is well under way I'm Jim chrysalis stunned and grieving tornado victims across middle Tennessee are trying to salvage what they can from tornado shattered homes and businesses at least twenty four lives were lost eighteen of them in and near Cookeville Tennessee about eighty miles east of Nashville more than twenty people remain missing the south could be in for more tornadoes is a slow moving severe storm system makes its way across the region over the next twenty four to thirty six hours forecasters say the system poses a threat from damaging wind hail and heavy rain weather service forecaster Richard bond the real concern the real life threatening concern is the potential for flash flooding anywhere from the Mississippi River in Mississippi eastward across Alabama and Georgia about forty thousand homes and businesses remained without power Jim Shannon E. CBS news you want to downsize and you want to sell your home fast and for top dollar it can happen with Jennifer young Dave Johnson here that's why I invite you to join Jennifer young for a free downsizing seminar Wednesday March eleventh at six thirty at the Potomac library on Glendale drive in Potomac dinner will be served get your questions answered find out how Jennifer and her team can guide you through the whole downsizing process to get that top dollar all you have to do is register online to Jennifer young homes dot com or call eight seven seven six four blood cell that's eight seven seven six four blood cell morning news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP this is a Bloomberg money man Wall Street is making quick work of undoing the damage done in last week's huge losses though Jones industrial average is coming off its second gain of more than a thousand points in three days so far this week it's up more than six and a half percent fell nearly twelve and a half percent last week investors are cheering efforts by the world's central banks to work together in an effort to minimize economic damage from the corona virus Google.
"cookeville" Discussed on WTOP
"That can do cellphones from again on Wall Street the Dow gaining eleven hundred seventy three points just over four and a half percent to twenty seven thousand ninety the search for victims of this week's tornadoes continues in and around natural and the monumental task of cleaning up from that destructive twister is well under way I'm Jim chrysalis stunned and grieving tornado victims across middle Tennessee are trying to salvage what they can from tornado shattered homes and businesses at least twenty four lives were lost eighteen of them in and near Cookeville Tennessee about eighty miles east of Nashville more than twenty people remain missing the south could be in for more tornadoes is a slow moving severe storm system makes its way across the region over the next twenty four to thirty six hours forecasters say the system poses a threat from damaging wind hail and heavy rain weather service forecaster Richard bond the real concern the real life threatening concern is the potential for flash flooding anywhere from the Mississippi River in Mississippi eastward across Alabama and Georgia about forty thousand homes and businesses remained without power Jim Shannon E. CBS news money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP this is a Bloomberg money minute it's been a week of wild ups and downs for Wall Street sharks being Monday followed by a Tuesday knows dies and another surge yesterday we'll find out later whether the market can sustain its most recent rally or for another sell off is in the works cosco is seen as a winner is American stock their pantries in anticipation of a wider corona virus outbreak UBS.
"cookeville" Discussed on WTOP
"That can do cell phones again on Wall Street the Dow gaining eleven hundred seventy three points just over four and a half percent to twenty seven thousand ninety the search for victims of this week's tornadoes continues in and around Nashville and the monumental task of cleaning up from that destructive twister is well underway I'm Jim chrysalis stunned and grieving tornado victims across middle Tennessee are trying to salvage what they can from tornado shattered homes and businesses at least twenty four lives were lost eighteen of them in and near Cookeville Tennessee about eighty miles east of Nashville more than twenty people remain missing the south could be in for more tornadoes is a slow moving severe storm system makes its way across the region over the next twenty four to thirty six hours forecasters say the system poses a threat from damaging wind hail and heavy rain weather service forecaster Richard bond the real concern the real life threatening concern is the potential for flash flooding anywhere from the Mississippi River in Mississippi eastward across Alabama and Georgia but forty thousand homes and businesses remained without power Jim Shannon E. CBS news when severe weather strikes right here your twenty four seven weather source WTOP WTOP dot com good Thursday morning till twenty five on WTOP eighty five fifty five we preview your business day this Thursday this is a Bloomberg money man it's been a week of wild ups and downs from Wall Street sharks game Monday followed by a Tuesday nose dived and another surge yesterday we'll find out later whether the market can sustain its most recent rally or for another sell off is in the works cosco is seen as a winner is American stock their pantries in anticipation of a wider corona virus outbreak UBS.
"cookeville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pushed east into Putnam County Tennessee Randy Porter is mayor of the town of Cookeville minor damage to homes trees and power lines we have multiple injuries and how their children are in that area working currently lost families just want to place our calls far because a small airport in west Nashville has reportedly sustained serious damage health officials in Washington state St for more people have died of covert nineteen the disease associated with the new coronavirus that means six people in all have died of the illness in the United States more than a dozen states are now reporting patients with the new coronavirus later this morning a Senate committee will be hearing from members of the White House task force on the corona virus NPR's Giles Snyder has more there have been concerns about the administration's coronavirus response with some lawmakers expressing frustration about the pace of testing but at a Monday evening briefing Stephen Honda head of the food and drug administration said policy changes are helping the estimates were getting from industry right now by the end of this week close to million tests will be able to be performed there are questions however about whether public health labs will be able to keep up on is among those scheduled to take questions from Senate lawmakers sos Dr Anthony found she's the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases last week found he denied being muzzled saying events were taken out of context after vice president pence was tapped to lead the task force trial Snyder NPR news Washington former U. S. Attorney General Jeff sessions is on the super Tuesday Republican primary ballot in Alabama he's running for his old Senate seat in a crowded field seeking the Republican nomination to challenge vulnerable Democrat Doug Jones NPR's Debbie Elliott prepared this report sessions argues he's most aligned with president trump's agenda despite his very public falling out with the president after sessions recused himself from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation his closest competitor others are congressman Bradley Byrne and political newcomer Tommy Tuberville a former football coach at Auburn University the twice ousted former Chief Justice of Alabama Roy Moore is also running he lost to Democrat Jones in two thousand seventeen trump has not endorsed a candidate in the Alabama Senate primary polls indicate that no one may win an outright majority which would force the top two finishers and do a GOP runoff on March thirty first Debbie Elliott NPR news you're listening to NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian white bay area public transit agencies say they are preparing for the potential spread of the novel coronavirus in the region enter meeting regularly with public health officials to discuss the best way to protect riders KQED science is Kevin stark reports Barton muny and other transit agencies are not making any changes to operations just yet workers are continuing regular cleanings handholding straps and poles with detergent wipes bart says it is stockpiling disinfectant spray to use it for confirmed cases found in its ridership area in the East Bay AC transit is now cleaning handrails with bleach art wrangled a UC Berkeley epidemiologists advises transit riders to wash their hands with soap and water and stay home if they're sick these are all the messages that you know public health hazard and pounding away at for at least the last couple weeks even with all the news about corona virus a bart spokesman said ridership was actually up last week hi I'm Kevin stark KQED news San Francisco plans to pay a freelance journalist around three hundred seventy thousand dollars for raiding his home and office last year the raids took place after Brian Carmody obtained a police report on the death of then public defender Jeff Adachi the board of supervisors plans to vote on the settlement this afternoon police raided Carnegie's home in the city's Richmond district held him in hand because office for several hours and took his phones and computers several judges who issued search warrants in the case later ruled that the warrants were improperly issued I'm Brian what KQED news support today comes from the San Francisco Symphony embarking on a new era with Esapekka Sonnen is music director in the twenty twenty twenty one season support for NPR comes from the Wallace.
"cookeville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Has always been right along that I forty corridor primarily through Tennessee as we head on into say Thursday that line of storms will shift further east maybe clipping in southern Georgia northern Florida could be some gusty winds and some heavy downpours with the moratorium potent thunderstorms by that point in time but yeah the showers and storms the kind of training over the same location bringing around after round of heavy rain that will be impacting the sum of our rivers and that's what we've been seeing this morning through parts of Tennessee where it literally the the training of the storms yeah right now you can look at look at this line of storms stretching from SA judge just north of Cookeville Tennessee all the way back to Clarksville and then kind of cutting southward down toward Jackson Tennessee and rains thunderstorms to the Memphis area at this hour as well yeah I mean well around the country toll free our numbers eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five eight six zero T. R. A. U. K. get more of the industry headlines coming up here devil dog brought up the Hillary Clinton yeah I thought everything was long forgotten.
Tennessee Tech University on alert following student’s possible coronavirus
"Hey Tennessee tech university student has been placed in isolation after presenting mild symptoms of the corona virus and its social media post release the university said the student had recently traveled overseas and met the criteria for casting this it was placed in isolation as a precautionary measure the schools that they have not confirmed that the student has the corona virus since he tack and the doctors at school I've been in constant contact with the Tennessee department helping US centers for disease control I Tennessee tech is locating Cookeville Tennessee which about our use of Nashville authorities in China also have imposed an indefinite travel restriction on tens of millions of their people it's now across more than ten cities in an on president effort to contain the spread of the deadly new corona virus as hospitals at the epicenter of the outbreak struggle to hander eight massive surgeon news patients the virus which was first discovered in late December it spread to every province in China accept the remote regions in the inner Mongolia and Tibet with the number of infections rising to more than eight hundred and seventy worldwide now now as of today the virus a claim the lives of at least twenty six people in mainland China including a thirty six oh man not listed as having any pre existing conditions the week long lunar new year holiday which is the only our holiday allowed in China I began today has led to concerns that the outbreak could quickly escalate as hundreds of millions of people travel across the country to visit friends and relatives they've canceled and quarantine may this be able to refuse to allow them to travel we'll hide the largest and most populous city in central China was placed under lockdown Thursday while public transportation has been suspended nine at neighboring cities a new number numerous other measures and restrictions on public gatherings have also been employment in the region around thirty million people could be affected that is the latest we have there but again the and we're seeing now more concerns of people coming down with the symptoms in the U. S. this is just one example at Tennessee tech in in
Tennessee Tech student undergoing testing for possible coronavirus infection
"But over Cookeville Tennessee they're testing one student for that nasty coronavirus we've been telling you about the last couple of days they student had apparently come in yesterday with some symptoms and spoke of their recent travel history and now they're testing for the possible infection of that corona virus and health providers according to a statement from provided a fox thirteen from Tennessee tech said the individuals being kept in isolation while the testing is being conducted they're working with the Tennessee department of health and the centers for disease control to quickly get some answers on what's going on in the meantime they say no further actions are necessary with the what is going on until they find out that a few answers regarding whether it is a positive or negative test but apparently I guess perhaps one of the students to travel to China or one of the areas heavily impacted by the corona viruses that death toll continues
"cookeville" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Five. Haley is with us in cookeville high Haley, how are you? I'm good. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? I am fixing to graduate master's degree in may. I have my emergency fan. I've got on my debt paid off. I have a Roth IRA in still live at home, and my college and fight for it. No student debt way to go. My question is what would be your advice to go from this point not want? Okay. What's your masters in? Good for you. Don't MBA cool. You got a job lined up our of an accountant actually in Cooktown Gocha, and you're gonna continue doing that. Okay. Excellent. Well, done love it love it. So we just work you right up the baby steps first baby step is to become debt free and having emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. You've done those. That's the first three right? Right. And then we suggest you start investing fifteen percent of your income while you pay off your home. You don't own a home yet. Sometimes people at this stage. Pause push pause for a second on the retirement and don't start it yet. And use that use that extra cash flow to build up a huge down payment on a house. And we always call that baby. Step three, b so after your emergency funds in place in your debt free in you. You don't own a home yet before you start baby step four with retirement. Sometimes folks will say, okay, I'm going to sidetrack here for twelve or eighteen months and build up a juicy down payment and get me a nice home. Are you in a position you wanna buy a home at this stage of the game now at this moment, but I made eventually, okay? But I mean is it time to start saving towards that for the next eighteen months or so or not. There is potential marriage within the next couple of years. So that would probably be a good idea. Okay. Yeah. Then let saw it. You can either. Start your baby step four with fifteen percent of your income going towards retirement, and that will lower how much you throw in the down payment fund or you can say I'm not gonna touch retirement for the next two years. And then I'm gonna get after it hard after that. So I can build up a really sweet down payment as well. And of course, the other thing is if he has that that's not going to be cleared prior to marriage, you would be saving up piling up cash to get ready to pay that off after the marriage. They have so that, you know, you come home from the Honeyman write checks, combine all your finances, and as a couple you become debt free that way right out of the honeymoon. If he's in that situation. So those are the things you're looking at good question. Thank you for joining us angel is with us in Baltimore high angel. How are you? Andrew. Well, dave. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. What's up? I want to know financially say for me and my husband to chasers your wares cO taxes and had some school that and I just wanna get your opinion and cut. Well, the thing I have figured out is. That. What you concentrate on is what happens in your life. And you know, you can you go on vacation what you're dolts you the money. You can go on vacation or you can put it on a credit card adults. Right. I mean, you get to make these choices. You don't need. My permission to go on vacation. Would I go on vacation if I had a tax Bill laying they're not in a million years. And have much student loan debt of you YouTube got. And he doesn't have any. But I had about. Six thousand or seven I think and what's your household income? Thirty thirty thousand dollars and how much do you owe in taxes? I think is one thousand one hundred and fifty seven dollars just one of you working. We're both working I'm working for the school system as a and he works for a law firm. It just got certified repair legal. Done present. Okay. Paralegals Mike more than thirty thousand dollars a year in Baltimore. He's he just got this side hasn't come in the mail yet. Come and do. So he's looking for a job at apparently right now all. Call center for size incurred. Oh, okay. Okay. So you're a household income's getting ready to change. Okay. So let me restate this and other way, I'm gonna I'm gonna be really nasty for a second. Okay. Hold on ready. You got a grim. You gotta grab it. You're broke freaking newlyweds. You just you're starting your career in your life. You haven't even paid your tax Bill. No. You don't need to go on vacation. He said like we can go in a group and pay each or something they could cheaper. What do you think about that? I think if you put lipstick on a pig. It's still a pig. I think so too. Yeah. Yeah. This is a maturity no you guys need to get your free can act together. Get your big girl. Big boy jobs start making you some money cleanup, these messes and a year from now when you got a little money in the Bank, and you got no debt, then go on vacation pay cash for it. You'll enjoy it. A lot more you're gonna feel stupid on vacation right now. Because if you go on vacation right now, you're going to be stupid. Is going to be safer like just a day trip like Geneva apart instead of making a whole whole week or something? Kitto? You can do whatever you want to. Okay. You're allowed to do whatever you wanted to your grownups. You're allowed to do whatever you want to. I'm telling you what today, but you can do whatever you wanted to Meghan is with us Meghan is an Indianapolis. Hi, meghan. How are you? I'm great and an honor to speak with you you to what's up. My question is how do you can only encourage someone who does not believe that being debt free as possible when they are a farmer. Well, it's farming especially on a large scale is very difficult to get there. And it's not something you're going to twelve days or twelve months, even how big is how big a farm operation. Have y'all got. No, it's my boyfriend, and they probably farms, I'm guessing eight hundred twelve hundred acres there. One hundred thousand two hundred thousand tractors. Yeah. Could you don't just save those up and twelve months, usually? So can you can you be a home builder and do it debt free? Yeah. But you have to work up to it. Right. Can you own a car lot? Can you own a car lot and be debt free? And I have a whole inventory of cars. Yes. You can do most do it. No, do most go broke every time. There's a downturn. Yes. A lot of farmers work. Their absolute butts off and hall, they pay banks and make no money. Yeah. They work harder than any human on.
"cookeville" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"From Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta's police Sunday tiered set, we know a little bit about the subject. This is the bliss. Back onto safety. Rodney Harrison, Dan Schwartzman broadcasting from SuperBowl, fifty three in Atlanta, as we said at the top of the show, you never know who's gonna drop by and sit down they let anybody in his JoAnne. You know, I had to come by. Now, I gotta I gotta let me in here know, he's the riding his fingers are as weighted down as yours you're wearing both earrings. He's wearing both of his Hines ward. The hall of Famer joining us here at Rodney, you know, what we were excited about when we knew Hines was gonna come sit with the fact that he loves to talk about the patriots. He's so happy the patriots a year. Right. I I've done. I'd call them cheaters called liars. Called every name in the book. I've called them. I'm no longer calling. I respect them one hundred and ten percent being around this guy. He would always tell me about the patriots way. What is always? Oh, you would love the flavor cookeville. You guy, I believe black a go of a, but the battles that we had arrived years man was like no other man. I appreciate all the hard work that we both put into it, man. We have some great battles. But he is by far may doesn't get the credit, man. This guy is guy was one of the best safety has ever played in. So now, we know you are not the guy. The Pittsburgh TV station who wrote known cheater under Brady's picture. I slipped on one hundred dollars. Boy. Incredible. When you think about it, you talk about you know, the battles. You guys did talk about you know, his colts. And of course, the patriots and patriots. And of course, the Steelers, but you know, when you come down here with the Super Bowl, and you have a really unique story that we learned about when you on the first Super Bowl being half Korean going back to career you're here, of course, Hyundai this. And I got to be honest. I'm forty years old and as a youngster he looked at Hyundai's like, oh my goodness. Then the quality went up sky high, and it's become such a quality car brand. And you're here, of course, representing him. Yeah. I mean Honda, and I partnered up for years, I've done some football camps and Hyundai actually brought Ed Reed. And together, we did a special. I was also high of Ed Reed, and I had some battles. And almost to the point where we never talk. That was actually the first time is it truly a battle Hines because it looked like you, Don. Every time. Run. Beyond humble about it now. But it hit me a couple of times, but it a caught on tape. But I remember it. So that's what made me go out. But the battles that we had that for us to share with Conde.
"cookeville" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So posted code of conduct might deter visitors like parents or vendors from inappropriate attire because that's like gun free zones. The those works so well, so you've got a really angry. Mom, get really angry. Daddy. The code word for the entire night. And so they their stormed up to the school, and they're mad as hell, and they're not gonna take it anymore. And then they opened the school door, right? There's posted a code of conduct. And they read it. Oh, okay. Never mind. Savior on school property, but one school parents who happens to be another state lawmakers sees the idea differently day and age where teachers administrators and principals are begging for parental involvement. My fear, wouldn't it? Impediment to that. How about this? That's the that's the biggest dumb ass answer. I've ever response to a law. It's taking away civil liberties. Well, you know might discourage parents from being involved in their kids school Gooby shouldn't do that. How 'bout this? You're trying to tell people how to dress. And why while I would like to see a dress code. If I were the dictator of the world. I'd have a dress code for just about everything like airplanes. Don't wear your sweat, pants and your wife beater on the airplane. Alright. And for Pete's sake. Please don't take your shoes off and no farting on the airplane. Either. You see I could come up with a whole bunch of rules Representative Ryan Williams who is two kids in cookeville Tennessee school says he has not heard of a visitor conduct problem from his hometown educators. But plans to ask them sponsor Parkinson says he's hearing positive responses..
"cookeville" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"They might think I'm talking about my dad either in like a handy of my berry type away so always referred to him as my Pappa both when he was alive I called him Pau when did they backs two thousand four he passed away like less than a week before I was set to go to college where we're going to do you t in Knoxville and his passenger changed that. Yeah. But not immediately. I still attempted to. I still went up there. Like, I still went to Knoxville. But I mean, I was in real bad show. That was the first like significant like majorly significant loss of my life. And also like I said he was the he was the guy that was kind of. In charge or runnin shit, or whatever. And and I mean, you know. And I didn't even understand this part at the time. But like looking back on it. Like, I'd never taken a vacation. Like, I barely ever been out of saliva other than to go to cookeville, my whole life like going to Knoxville was almost like fucking Manhattan to me, and like trivial fifty thousand. I don't think it's that many. But it's like thirty or something like that. Or at least at the time. It was in ruins like a million if yeah, I was an like it was just very overwhelming, and it was a whole lot and it would have been anyway. But especially having had that happen, and it's weird always been alike, always feel kind of guilty. When I talk about this because I know that like that that would upset my grandpa if he 'cause I'm not trying to like blame it on him dying or nothing because I actually feel like it worked out ultimately for the better. But yeah, that's what it was. I was just in a real bad place. And so the plan and an UT was also about this, by the way, because I'd much academic scholarships and all this stuff, and they were like I went and talked to the right people and. They were cool with me doing this. The plan was that I was just going to go back home for the fall semester. But I wasn't gonna lose any scholarships or anything, and I was just gonna take some more time than start in the spring. The my high school got its counselor in saliva, and I don't blame her bit for this. Because she'd seen this a million times she thought she was worried that I just wasn't gonna go back because that's the kind of shit that happens a lot. And she you know, I had been this. Great student, golden, boy, whatever she did not want that to happen. So she basically taught she found out about that in call me on the phone in basically talked me into she said, she had already called people, she admissions people at Tennessee tech and all this and cookeville which is much closer to slider and gotten a list. Okay, whatever, and she was like, you can take classes there, and then and then go back to UT in the spring, you know, or whenever you're ready. That's how. He ended up at tech. But I genuinely liked it..
"cookeville" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"And I talked to a few people, and they were like promise to me, all these jobs. But in the meantime, I was working construction with Brittany's dad and learned a whole lot him and. A year or two Emma, and these promises weren't made by the people that were talking to. And I just still doing construction, and then we went on vacation, and we actually road Brittany's dad's motorcycle to this gym and the battery dog while we were working out. So her dad came in jumped it off. And when he did like also he owns construction company. So he's like checking out this building. And he's like because he knew were obsessed with cross fit. He did I've got the stuff we could build this. So like, that's where sparked right there. And then we were talking about throughout the whole vacation like, you know, process now everything I was making notes all this stuff. I wanted to do just dream in. And then. We actually built it out of concrete stadium bleachers out of. See to in Knoxville and took us a year to build it. So I just focused on that for a year. And then we at one point I was be working on the tower work and all that during the day. And then we'd run two classes at not not charge anybody for like a month or two. And then once we legally were able to open, then we start charging charging people, and it just kind of went from there. Well, it's a cool spot a really cool spot Knoxville. Did you have a large network of people like our was I always wonder for people that like, you know, they decide to take that risk of like opening a gym. And they don't have you know, a huge cross network. If it's nerve wracking the first couple of days of opening like will people walk through the door. Like will we have a sustainable business? Is that something right until you? Yes, it is. You went through that we first before when we first opened mayhem like in two thousand nine. Yes. How many years did you cross it at that point three months, three months? So as before you. Just was finishing up my exercise science degree me endearing decided and Dave decided open up the first mayhem. It wasn't cross may him at the time because we couldn't call ourselves across but affiliate. But yeah, it's nerve wracking. You're open up anything like it's anybody gonna show up or which can be there Tweedle in our thumbs. You didn't open it up until you'd like one the games USO. I we had the original gym. It was as we call it power, fitness because we were in with some friends that they owned like cheerleading gymnastics facility. And so they just let us have some space in the corner for free. So we ran there. And then when when I won regionals Dave was like, hey, Email me on Monday. And we'll get you affiliation you way, because you know, I told him we couldn't afford it. And so then we became cross but mayhem in two thousand ten. No. Yeah. May of two thousand ten and then we had mayhem for a little while. And then when I started working university at tech as systems rank coach, it just didn't make sense to have crossed but mayhem and then. Crossman cookeville was being ran there. So we kinda merged cross at mayhem with cross cookeville right there for like a year or two and then split back off into cross mayhem. Yeah. It's nerve wracking. Yeah. Yeah. I remember day one shown up in turn the lots on me. Like, I don't know if I'm gonna have anybody who remembers class? Well, but I'm here, so many people did you have in the first six months, six months. I mean day one we had thirty plus, but I was letting people working out for free for the first like wall is working on it. We had two classes so they're working on for free for a month. And we had our equipment, and then people were on a we have a really good location. So people are driving by. And then wondering what's that? And then they stop in. And then I'm like, we'll just work out for free. And then so that kinda got him in there too..