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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Sonny a little bit warmer, a high of 70 degrees right now Clear Skies in 60 degrees in Milwaukee. CBS News Brief but disturbing new increase in the number of obese Americans. CBS's Jim Carcela US adult obesity right now stands at nearly 42, a half percent. It's the first time the national rate has passed the 40% mark. Health officials say it's doubly concerning in the age of Corona virus because obesity puts the infected at higher risk of death. Pennsylvania's highest court kicks the Green Party candidate off the November ballot. CBS Zachary who dad it's a decision that could help Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the key battleground state President Trump Won 2016 federal judge in Washington temporarily blocks the Postal Service from operational changes that could threaten mail in ballot deliveries. Wkrg TV's Chad Petri in Dauphin Island, Alabama, a day after Hurricane Sally hit still treacherous conditions out here, we've got a lot of flooding a lot of sand on the road. More than half a million homes and businesses are still without electricity. CBS NEWS Brief I'm Deborah Rodriguez, W T and J News time 3 32 from that of M J breaking news Center. Details are starting to emerge from a quadruple shooting in Mayville last night. James Toney Bedrock is live in the breaking news. Senator John A. 72 year old man is accused of shooting three others in the parking lot of a senior living complex Wednesday night injured a 53 year old woman and 64 year old woman, as well as the 67 year old man. He's an accused of turning the gun on himself. Investigators say it all started because of an argument. All of them were transported by method medical holic copters to trauma centers. They're all expected to survive. Badgers. Football returning next month will bring the Madison community together. But that may not be a good thing, depending on who you ask. Players wanted to play. The fans wanted to see it, so I think it's gonna be a really good thing for the community. Those same community leaders, though a bit more skeptic than your average college football fan, you're going to have an increase in the risk and spread and you're going to have an increasing the risk that it spreads beyond the campus. Dane County executive job Creasy Badgers TV voice Matt Lupe tells M. J. He supports the restart so long his safety measures are taken. We've seen him play I was in the big town oft out, and that is perfectly understandable. But at least now the choice is in their hands like Spaulding double duty of Genuine UW. Madison athletic director Barry Alvarez will join us this afternoon at 4 22 freak over 19 testing sites in Milwaukee, reducing their hours the site across from the Barack Obama school on West Fairmount. And the most site on South Chase are now offering testing from 11 A.m. to 6 P.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 to 5 Friday and Saturday. Both locations are closed on Sunday when they originally opened in May. Testing was offered 12 hours a day, seven days a week. Group of State treasurer's called on a pharmaceutical company today to make a treatment for Copan 19 less expensive treasures in 11 states called on Gillian to reduce the price of RAM death severe the antiviral drug that has been shown to diminish recovery time for certain. The virus patients in a letter the state treasures ask Hillary.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You get your news. W B Z news radio Morning Hate o'clock in Boston on a Wednesday hazy sunshine again. 59 degrees right now warming to the mid seventies a little bit later on where the midway point of the weak and the weekend is beginning to take a closer look at us. Thanks for being with us this morning. I'm Jeff Brown a lot to get to and let's get to it. Come on in. Look who's here. Sally has arrived. Making landfall is a Category two hurricane and Alabama takes the direct hit, the latest now from ABC do hurricane conditions of this hour, moving into pencil full of Beach, Florida and Dauphin Island, Alabama, and towards Sally Center, some guest nearly 100 miles an hour. But even with that wind water, the major concern Sally bringing a massive amount of rain and a tremendous storm surge. ABC. Selwyn Lopezes in Bay, ST Louis, Mississippi Storm a warm all through quickly, and that's the real concern here is the duration of this from it could sit on top of some areas for days and bringing flash floods and life threatening storm search. Despite evacuation orders. Some are staying put door ciders and her husband living in a vulnerable, low lying area and Fort Morgan, Alabama. At the entrance to Mobile Bay. We're staying here because it's too bad to get out now, and the roads are flooded with a lot of water. Tornado watch remains in effect for parts of Alabama and Florida. Dave Packer ABC News on the Campaign trail President Trump hit up by undecided voters in a town hall meeting in Philadelphia last night as a bee sees, Andrew Dember tells us One voter zeroes in on covert 19 as the US nears 200,000 American lives, lost voters pressing Trump on his administration's response. If you believe it's the president's responsibility to protect America.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Station. 6 30 Sunrise in Boston. It's a hazy sun 57 degrees right now. Nice day again today for us as we get into the lower seventies later on the news at 6 30 is sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital have questions about covert get answers for your family at Boston Children's dot org's Flash covert 19 Wednesday in Boston. Welcome aboard. I'm Jeff Brown, and Here's what's going on. Sally has arrived. Making landfall is a Category two Storm. Alabama takes the head working conditions at this hour moving into Pensacola Beach, Florida and Dauphin Island, Alabama, and towards Sally Centers and guess nearly 100 Miles an hour. But even with that wind water, the major concern Sally bringing a massive amount of rain and a tremendous storm surge. ABC. Selwyn Lopezes in Bay, ST Louis, Mississippi Storm a warm all through quickly, and that's the real concern here is the duration of this from it could sit on top of some areas for days and bringing flash floods and life threatening storm search. Despite evacuation orders. Some are staying put door ciders and her husband living in a vulnerable, low lying area and Fort Morgan, Alabama. At the entrance to Mobile Bay. We're staying here because it's too bad to get out now, and the roads are flooded with a lot of water. Tornado watch remains in effect for parts of Alabama and Florida. Dave Packer ABC NEWS The Storm is supposed to pack quite a punch, and we will be watching as it slams into the Gulf Coast this morning on the presidential campaign trail President Trump Fields questions from undecided voters in an ABC News town hall event. In Philadelphia and as ABC Sandra Dember tells us one voter zeroes in on covert 19 US nears 200,000 American lives lost voters pressing Trump on his administration's response. If you believe it's the president's responsibility to protect America.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"News World Headquarters New York. This is world news tonight. With David Your. Good evening and it's great to start another week with all of you at home and as we come on the air tonight, two parts of this country are now dealing with weather emergencies. There's an urgent search right now for the missing in those wildfires uncomfortable exchange with the president today over climate change. But I at this hour Hurricane Sally upgraded to a Category Two hurricane late today set to slam into the Gulf coast and this would. Be The third hurricane just this season alone to strike the Gulf coast it's a massive storm winds already reaching one hundred miles an hour growing stronger over the warm waters of the Gulf expected to move slowly once it hits, which is never good. The outer reaches of the storm already dumping torrential rain on South Florida flooding streets there washing over the seawall in bay. Saint. Louis Mississippi, and kicking up the waves and surf on. Dauphin? Island Alabama. Mandatory evacuations in effect tonight let's get right to the timing and the track of this chief meteorologist ginger. Zee. Live in the Gulf tonight she's in Alabama. You can see the water kicking up their gender what does the latest track show? David we are twenty four hours from this making landfall, and you see that bridge behind me we were thinking we could be live from Dauphin Island, the barrier island there we had to leave because the causeway was already taking on water. That's how broad an impact. So this will be for the next forty eight hours. So let me take you to the maps because not only is the Gulf of Mexico turning here that storm is than one hundred miles for. My southeast, but it is moving west northwest and it's slow that slow movement is going to be key with this track as it.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on AP News

"And use wooden coal for heating in recent days windless weather conditions and thick fog have exacerbated the problem does the naked body belong on Facebook well as a P. is Julie Walker reports it's complicated nude photos account for the bulk of posts that Facebook takes down in summer not happy artist activist sex educators and abuse survivors say the social network is unfairly censoring their work suspending them and what they call Facebook jail of course child exploitation and non consensual images don't belong on social networks and Facebook employs thousands of people and artificial intelligence to sort through naked post the company says it's constantly retooling its policies on nudity to account for nuances around gender identity political speech and self expression but admits it's challenging I'm Julie Walker the conflict between the federal government and so called sanctuary cities is escalating A. P. is that Jackie Quinn reports U. S. immigration and customs enforcement has issued subpoenas in Denver looking for information ice is looking for several foreign nationals wanted for deportation and alleging Denver officials have not been cooperating so the immigration agency issued administrative subpoenas but could take the matter to a federal judge Denver officials say they have provided information on three of the four men sought adding that Denver does not comply with subpoenas unless their court ordered or part of a criminal investigation the men were arrested for serious crimes like sexual assault vehicular homicide child abuse and domestic violence like many other sanctuary cities Denver won't hold the inmates pass their release date to I made on the floor of the Senate the formal charges of impeachment against president trump were read there are two articles of impeachment article one abuse of power house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says the allegation is using the powers of his I. office president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election the other charge article to obstruction of Congress and charge involved subpoenas issued in the house in the Ukraine investigation president trump directed executive branch agencies offices and officials not to comply with those subpoenas all one hundred senators will be sworn in as jurors in the impeachment trial a government watchdog agency says the White House broke federal law by holding back aid to Ukraine the AP soccer Madani has the story the president ordered aid be withheld last summer action at the heart of the impeachment push it was eventually released but the government accountability office says the trump administration did not have the right to cite policy reasons for holding up money Congress said already authorized the administration broke I'm saying that broke the law house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats are seizing on the report as proof of a lawless White House saying it's another reason the president Senate impeachment trial must have more witnesses and documents but top house Republican Kevin McCarthy says the administration should get to decide how taxpayer money is spent I think it was the rightful thing to do Sager make Connie at the White House hours before Jimmy meters was supposed to die in Georgia the state parole board has spared his life before he even got started Carlos Beltran has been fired as the manager of the New York Mets Beltran has been caught up in the sign stealing scandal well there was a player with the Houston Astros the Astros fired their manager of the Boston Red Sox also fired their manager this is ABC news countries a lost people in the deadly plane crash in Iran want Tehran to expect to accept full responsibility for honey in a speech before heads of banks said the Nikkei program is in a better situation than it was before the nuclear arrangement with world powers president Donald Trump withdrew from the nuclear agreement in may twenty eighteen in part because it did not address Iran's support for armed groups across the region and its ballistic missile program Iran continue to abide by the agreement until last summer when it breeds sublet it citing a lack of promised economic benefits also the generate that does strike that killed general Qassem Soleimani the architect of Ron's regional minute she operations it said it would abandon old restrictions and then you could deal I'm Karen Thomas three people who abandon their ship after it caught fire near the Gulf coast have been rescued by the Coast Guard the fire broke out last night near Dauphin island Alabama three managed to escape by life both they're said to be in stable condition and Donahue.

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tropical storm Gordon barreled its way on shore near the Alabama Mississippi border late last night packing. Winds of seventy miles per hour despite numerous forecasts predicting it would reach category one hurricane status. It never quite got there. The storm was deadly. A child was killed in. Pensacola is high winds toppled a tree onto a trailer? Meanwhile, tourists visiting the Gulf found themselves forced to evacuate. John and Robin. Berry are vacationing on Dauphin island, Alabama. They were forced to move inland for fear of heavy flooding. There's no and there's no protection by nightfall visibility with near zero as waves crashed ashore, flooding parts of the island or Podesta reporting. Scott Larimore of the Weather Channel says in addition to Gordon there's hurricane Florence in the middle of the Atlantic and a tropical wave off the coast of Africa that's expected to develop welcome to the peak of storm season September has really come alive. Of course September is peak season for the Atlantic basin. So right on cue mother nature's performing with a real upswell to these areas of tropical downpours over the oceans Larimore says the cooler than normal Atlantic has now warmed up allowing storms to more easily form first degree murder charges for Largo mother who initially claimed her two year old son was kidnapped. The body of the missing Largo toddler has been found. The mom is in custody after allegedly lying about the whole incidents. Two year old Jordan Belvaux had not been seen Saturday night. When he and his mother Cherie Stinson were walking along East Bay drive Stinson claims a man who called himself Antoine gave them a ride. She also claims she got into a fight with him. And he knocked her out and told police the next thing she remembered was waking up and Largo central park. Jordan was nowhere to be found officers and volunteers scoured the area for any sign of the toddler dumpsters were searched wooded areas by late. Tuesday afternoon. Police cordoned off lake avenue and McMullan road in Largo and confirmed the worst fears Jordan has been found in a wooded area behind me. Sharon, Parker, NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a journalist who was part of the team who helped bring down Nixon is out with a book on President Trump. Bob Woodward, describes the Trump White House as a chaotic mess full of backstabbers. Trump is pushing back a week before the book's release the White House press secretary calls it nothing more than fabricated stories. Many by former disgruntled employees told to make the president look bad in a statement chief of staff John Kelly says it's not true that he called the president an idiot. Bob Woodward's book reportedly has Kelly saying that and other things that Mr. Trump is unhinged. And it being his top aide is the worst job. He's ever had Woodford says he stands by his reporting. Steven Portnoy at the White House. It was a chaotic star to the compromise. Nation hearing for supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh numerous demonstrators were hauled away by capitol. Police knowing senators yesterday, no one is above the law. A good judge must be an umpire. A neutral and impartial arbiter who favors no litigant policy. Brad Kavanagh will again, try to assure worried Democrats, he won't be President Trump's rubber stamp on. The supreme court has senators like Delaware's, Chris coons worry about a constitutional crisis. We have to confront uncomfortable. But important question about whether President Trump may have selected you judge cavenaugh with an eye towards protecting himself. Steve Dorsey, CBS news, Capitol Hill refineries in Louisiana and Mississippi right in the cross Ariza tropical storm, Gordon. Aaa spokesman Mark Jenkins says that could mean a spike in gas prices in the days ahead is heading toward an area where there are refineries. And so if there are any refinery outages as a result of the storm, then that could cause gas prices Jenkins says the Gulf Coast is home to nearly half of the nation's refinery capacity..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news. I'm Rita Foley. It never became a hurricane. But tropical storm, Gordon appears to have claimed its first victim a child in Pensacola, Florida, apparently a tree fell on the child's mobile home. The storm made landfall last night near Alabama Mississippi border, Robin berry had to run from vacation beach house on Dauphin island, Alabama. On the water. And there's no. And there's no protection thousands of homes lost power most of them along the Alabama coast. The storm is expected to weaken quickly now as it moves inland across Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas through tomorrow current and former aides to President Trump have reportedly called him an idiot and a liar among other things. It's in a bombshell new book by legendary journalist Bob Woodward AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Says the president's fighting back the president tweets the book stories and quotes are frauds Akon on the public hours after his spokeswoman labeled the book nothing more than fabricated stories by disgruntled ex staffers tried to make the president look bad. Some of the most explosive quotes though, are retributed to chief of staff John Kelly and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis calling the president in idiot and comparing him to a middle schooler. They both deny it in the ongoing drama over whether President Trump will sit down for an interview with lead rush. Investigator Robert Muller. We're being told Muller is willing to accept written responses from the president the offer apparently made in a letter to the president's legal team day. Two of Brett Cavanaugh supreme court nomination hearings today Republicans appear on track to confirm him to the high court but day one of the proceedings began with partisan quarreling and protests from members of the audience followed by their arrests. This is AP radio news, Facebook and Twitter will defend their policies before congress today. Congressional hearings are on tap today. At which Twitter and Facebook executives will be questioned by lawmakers about their policies ahead of the midterm elections. The Senate intelligence committee will hear from Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, and Facebook's number two executive Sheryl Sandberg as it focuses on the subject of foreign interference Google will not be represented after refusing to make available its top executive Larry page this afternoon, the house energy and commerce committee will hear only from Twitter's Dorsey in here. Focused on bias and Twitter's algorithms Mike Rossier, Washington. Lebron James says he stands with Nike that is a reference to the company's Colin Kaepernick ad campaign. Capper Nick has unveiled an ad in which his photo is accompanied by the line believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything he began, the take a knee protest in the NFL. I'm Rita Foley. AP radio news. Find out the the 'em. Louisville. You can this. Hey, we. We've we've. Alexa, play Arianna Guerande..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news. I'm Daria Aldinger wind and rain from tropical storm, Gordon are lashing Dauphin island. Alabama ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin with their eye on this system will be starting to see those hurricane conditions already starting in Alabama. That will move into Mississippi over the next few hours storm surge three to five feet. Rainfall sixty even up to twelve inches flash. Flood watches are in effect there as well. And those wind gusts could reach fifty five even seventy five miles per hour. And that's over the next few hours. Gordon hasn't officially made landfall yet. But it is expected to soon it's primary election item master shoe sits in a ten term democratic incumbent. Congressman has lost a seat Representative Michael cap. You wanna is conceding to primary challenger Ianna? Presley a Boston city council member happy on it becomes the fourth. Incumbent member of the house to lose a primary race this year. Lawmakers will start questioning supreme court nominee Brett Cava on day two of his confirmation hearings, and that Democrats are likely to grill. Judge Brad Kavanagh on his views of. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Forget early dismissal. Columbus city schools, offering they canceled classes altogether at all buildings tomorrow. Due to the prolonged hot weather falls an early dismissal for the buildings today. And for two days last week district. Officials say not all buildings have adequate air conditioning both of Ohio's US senators digging in on their side of the cavenaugh debate with his confirmation hearing set to continue tomorrow Senator Rob Portman introduced cavenaugh to the Senate Judiciary committee today talking about their history. Together, I saw how he conducted himself as associate counsel to the president in the White House counsel's office the job I once had in the first Bush White House, and I have watched him for the past twelve years on the DC circuit. We're us been praised as fair smart and independent Senator Sherrod Brown. On the other side reiterating his opposition to cavenaugh today. Austin city council approved a stadium deal with PSV last month, the lines separating supporters and opponents of Ohio's issue one's a little clearer today. The proposed amendment to the state constitution to be decided in November would reduce drug possession charges to misdemeanors ahead of Ohio policy matters points out that if the issue passes one hundred thirty six million dollars could be spent on something other than prisons since ten thousand fewer. People would be locked up. But a mental health expert from trouble county tells the Warren Tribune chronicle, there's nothing in the amendments language explaining how cost savings would be identified and then funneled into treatment programs. Ken Stevens, douche radio six ten WTVN mixed news today for the Ohio State football team following their seventy seven thirty one win over Oregon state buckeyes jumped to number four in the Associated Press poll, but dropped to number four in the USA today. Coaches poll buckeyes host Rutgers this Saturday, I'm Scott Jennings. Your ABC six first warning weather is coming up. The department of agriculture is working with farmers to safeguard the fruits and vegetables grown here to prevent foodborne illnesses federal law now requires certain farmers to take steps that ensure.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Francavilla is in mobile. Wind gusts are creating sideways sheets of rain, and they're blowing in waves. There are flash flood warnings tornado watches power outages all caused by heavy rain and wind gusts. Ray governors have declared states of emergency as Gordon. Sweeps to shore. A storm surge warning is in effect from Biloxi Mississippi to one hour east in Dauphin island. Alabama Richard Pasch is with the National Hurricane Center in Miami. We've had some fairly strong wind reports in gusts at least approaching hurricane force is expected to move inland overnight and should gradually weaken current maximum Windsor near seventy miles per hour. Officials in s can be a county Florida say a tree fell on a mobile home killing someone inside they believe it could be related to this storm CBS news update. I'm that piper. Shooting at a south bay, marina. I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty investigators are trying to find out what led to a fatal shooting Boorda yacht at pier. Thirty two marina in National City at about four. Am today. Witnesses say a man emerged from a boat and called for help saying he'd shot and killed an intruder who reportedly at attack someone aboard trial for US Representative Duncan Hunter of alpine will likely start after election day with all sides agreeing today to allow more time to review the evidence against the congressman news eight reports hunters trial is set to start November twenty second. He and his wife are pleading not guilty to spending two hundred.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Gordon. Tropical storm, Gordon did not quite make hurricane status before coming ashore. And it's been actually less less than an hour ago was about eleven fifteen eastern time or at ten fifteen central time. When Gordon was officially, according to the folks at the national weather service in the Hurricane Center beginning that process of coming ashore. Right there. You know, the heaviest rain right now, we're actually in southern Alabama and the western tip of the Florida panhandle air, you're gonna see a lot of rain through the overnight hours tonight. Get the latest. Let's start right there. This tropical storm, Gordon as I mentioned, indeed communist shore. They say the the rain bands will continue to produce heavy rain. Gusty winds in portions of southern Mississippi, the western Florida, panhandle in southern Alabama. Now, there's got to be the risk for isolated tornadoes that are gonna persist through the night tonight near the coast of Mississippi and Alabama and the western Florida, panhandle. There's already been several tornados reported with some of those bands as they come ashore wins will begin to decrease along the Gulf Coast is Gordon moves a shore through the overnight early morning hours. Tropical storm force winds extending outward up to eighty miles from Gordon's center of circulation, and that's that's impacted parts of Alabama Mississippi and the western Florida, panhandle the coastal areas. Power lines have been downed in orange, orange beach, Alabama. I'm seeing some of the numbers at one point. I saw. Aw, inaccessible twenty thousand were out of power. I wouldn't be a bit surprised if those numbers continue to grow overnight. Some of the winds. There was a weather station at fort Morgan Alabama that drop reported sustained winds of sixty eight miles per hour. So getting very close to hurricane strength, which would be seventy four. They did record gust of seventy eight miles per hour. There was another seaman station on the eastern end of Dauphin island, Alabama that measured winds of seventy three miles per hour. And a gust of sixty one was reported near pascagoula Mississippi. Here in the last couple of hours. Rainfall is going to be the great concern occurring generally along or to the east of the center of circulation from the northern Gulf Coast. Eventually all the way up into parts of Arkansas producing rainfall. We're talking four to eight inches over the western Florida, panhandle, south western Alabama. Southern and central Mississippi northeastern Louisiana's probably going to get the mix as well. And then southern Arkansas between now and Thursday. Good bad in that part of the country spreading from south to north through the day Wednesday into Thursday. And then there was the storm surge portion of the storm had a storm served warning issued for bologna Mississippi to Dauphin island, Alabama. Now that means in the hours prior to and after landfall parts of the coastline there, which would mean right now is looking at dangerous life threatening storm surge in inflation. There are also broader areas with storm surge watches that will continue the greatest storm surge looks like it's going to be from Mississippi to the Alabama Florida border with our forecasting. They said could see storm inundation of two to four feet in. That's pretty significant. Now of the coming days as well. We watch Gordon continue to ever so slowly trek to the north. Now, the forward motion is really going to slow down in the next couple of days. We're gonna be talking about this thing literally through next weekend. Believe it or not and as the pattern kind of evolves into the weekend..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It. I'm Daria Albinger, wind and rain. From tropical storm, Gordon are lashing Dauphin island. Alabama ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin with their eye on the system will be starting to see those hurricane conditions already starting in Alabama. That will move into Mississippi over the next few hours storm surge three to five feet. Rainfall sixty even up to twelve inches flash. Flood watches are in effect there as well. And those wind gusts could reach fifty five even seventy five miles per hour. And that's over the next few hours. Gordon hasn't officially made landfall yet. But it is expected to soon it's primary election item master shoe sits in a ten term democratic incumbent. Congressman has lost a seat Representative Michael Capuano is conceding to primary challenger ion. Oppressively? A Boston city council member copy on a becomes the fourth incumbent member of the house to lose a primary race this year lawmakers we'll start questioning supreme court nominee Brett Cavuto on day two of his confirmation hearings, and that Democrats are likely to grill. Judge Brad Kavanagh on his views of ROY. Oh v. Wade aunt healthcare like the Affordable Care Act, given that President Trump during the campaign promise to appoint judges who would overturn both laws at the Senate confirmation hearing cavenaugh laid out his judicial philosophy. Judge must interpret statutes is written. A judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history, and tradition and precedent. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Capitol Hill. Well, sun praised Nike for making Colin Kaepernick, one of the faces of it's just do it campaign. Others burned their sneakers and protesters national anthem protests. One fierce critic of anthem protests, the president telling the daily caller that Nike's decision. Send a terrible message. But added that the freedom to make this decision is what this country is all about ABC's, Paula Farris. Police in Florida say the mother of a two year old boy found dead after a weekend. Amber alert is now facing a murder charge. You're listening to ABC news. This is a Bloomberg market minute. It was a down day for Wall Street. The losses were modest ranging from less than a tenth of a percent to a quarter percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell twelve points to twenty five thousand nine fifty two the NASDAQ closed eighteen points, lower the S and P five hundred lost five points, the price gap between newly built and existing homes is closing John burns real estate consulting reports. The average new home sold for twenty eight percent more than an existing home in June. But.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I'm Daria Aldinger wind and rain from tropical storm, Gordon are lashing Dauphin island. Alabama ABC news meteorologist Melissa Griffin with their eye on the system starting to see those hurricane conditions already starting in Alabama. That will move into Mississippi over the next few hours storm surge three to five feet rainfall sixty up to twelve inches flash. Flood watches are in effect there as well. And those wind gusts could reach fifty five to even seventy five miles per hour. And that's over the next few hours. Gordon hasn't officially made landfall yet. But it is expected to soon it's primary election item masters shoe, sits in a ten term democratic incumbent. Congressman has lost a seat Representative Michael Capuano is conceding to primary challenger ion Presley. A Boston city council member copy on it becomes the fourth incumbent member of the house to lose a primary race this year. Lawmakers will start questioning supreme court nominee Brett Cavuto on day two of his confirmation hearings, and that Democrats are likely to grill. Judge Brad Kavanagh on his views of Roe v. Wade and healthcare like the Affordable Care Act given that President Trump during the campaign promise to appoint judges who would overturn both laws at the Senate confirmation hearing cavenaugh laid out his judicial philosophy. Judge must interpret statutes as written. A judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history, and tradition and precedent. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Capitol Hill. Well, some praise Nike for making Colin Kaepernick one of the faces of it's just do it campaign. Others burned their sneakers and protests res-, national anthem protests. One fierce critic of anthem protests. The president telling the daily caller that Nike's decision sent a terrible message, but added that the freedom to make this decision is what this country is all about ABC's, Paula Farris. Police in Florida say the mother of a two year old boy found dead after a weekend. Amber alert is now facing.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on KOMO

"The holidays over there's already lots to get through. So coming up in our close up getting ready for Gordon Andy rose on Gulf states hunkering down as tropical storm Gordon threatens meteorologist Jean Navarre. Tracking the storm which may soon be Hurricane Gordon. Oscar Jimenez checks on a lot of work facing congress with little time to get it done. Wall Street gets back to work today. And Tom Busby there for us. Robert workman has sports and entertainment critic, Kevin car tells us about the return of comedian Louis C K to performing some of what's coming up on first light. It's seven minutes past the hour. Tropical storm, Gordon has gained in strength and is expected to become a hurricane when it makes landfall along the north central Gulf Coast today, Gordon is about two hundred and sixty miles from the mouth of the Mississippi River, it's packing maximum sustained winds of sixty five miles per hour. Andy rosen. Reports on Gulf states bracing for the impact. The leading edge of Gordon is moving away from southern Florida. But the red warning flags are out on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi Justice governor Phil Bryant, declares an emergency in preparation for. The storm's arrival many residents targeted by the storm are already filling sandbags. I'm just going for the safe part. Sorry, and from the Gulfport harbor to Dauphin island, Alabama, the threat of punishing wind and a potential for major flooding is looming on the horizon, even cities further inland are concerned if we get five inches in a short period of time wherever serious problem in here in Baton Rouge a few weeks ago, a single pop-up shower caused flooding because drainage pumps were down. City officials say they're working to prevent a much bigger problem from the impending tropical weather, we're going and checking the storm drains and things like that to make sure there's no debris back that would back things up Louisiana's governor also put his state under an emergency declaration, and the mayor of New Orleans is asking their most vulnerable residents to be ready to evacuate. Please check on family. Neighbors pets France together. We're ready for Gordon. Getting ready by preparing for the worst. Andy rose reporting for first line. We'll check the forecast for Gordon's rain accumulations in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas in a few minutes with meteorologist dean devore coming up on nine minutes after the hour now and with Republicans pushing ahead on the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court and the Senate Judiciary committee set to begin confirmation hearings today democratic leader Chuck Schumer is fuming over the committee receiving more than forty two thousand pages of documents just last night. The document dump covers some of Cabanillas work during his years with the Bush administration. Correspondent Omar Jimenez tells us the cavenaugh hearing is just one item on a crowded congressional calendar. The confirmation hearings for judge Brett Cavanaugh expected to last days in front of the Senate Judiciary committee with implications for both parties we need that opportunity to ask the questions. And if we just walked out, it would simply be one side asking the questions. So I don't think that's the way you examine a nominee and get the facts out with a successful confirmation. Cavanaugh? Would give conservatives affirm majority on the supreme court you're looking to a Republican president to pick a qualified conservative. He would be on the top of anyone's list, including not just Donald Trump in as the confirmation hearings continue the tech sector hits Capitol Hill Wednesday. There's a lot of emphasis today on politics. Twitter and politics Twitter tends to be. Pretty divisive. Jack Dorsey CEO of Twitter will appear longside Sheryl Sandberg CEO of Facebook as they testify before the Senate intelligence committee. The topics will include state-sponsored misinformation and bias and harassment on their platforms. Then that afternoon Dorsey will testify in front of the house energy and commerce committee, and specifically on the issues that include freedom of expression, and broad editorial discretion, and in the midst of it, all congress will only have eleven days with both chambers and session pass a spending Bill and avoid a government shutdown. Thanks correspondent, Omar Jimenez. It is coming up on eleven minutes past the hour. We've got meteorologist dean devore's standing by. With the latest information on tropical storm, Gordon that and more still ahead on first light..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on WLAC

"To ensure that we are paying New Orleans mayor Letizia Cantrell as a tropical storm churns through the Gulf Gordon could become a category. One hurricane just prior to landfall landfall could be tonight or early tomorrow along the Mississippi coast Dave Roberts at the National Hurricane Center says heavy rain could cause flooding storm surge another concern possibly about three to five feet above ground, particularly in areas from shell beach, the Dauphin island Alabama, and it's red Kavanagh's big day, the supreme court nominees confirmation hearing starts in a few hours. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave senators pouring over judge Kavanagh's extensive records from the DC circuit and sifting through documents related to his work in the George W Bush White House. They're also concerned about a law review article in which judge Kavanagh wrote. That sitting US president should not be subject to criminal investigation. Senate minority whip dick Durbin, it's one of the major reasons people have misgivings about his nomination. Senate Judiciary committee Republican chair Chuck Grassley. He's not saying president is above the law. Judge Kavanagh's hearing could last for four days. Dave Rachel president. Trump took another shot at attorney general sessions yesterday sarcastically tweeting good job Jeff over the indictments of two Republicans in congress, Dunkin hunter and Chris Collins. So the president writes this about the potential political impact he says too long running Obama era investigations of two very popular. Republican congressmen were brought to a well-publicized charge. Just ahead of the midterms by Jeff Sessions Justice department to easy wins. Now in doubt because there is not enough time. That's FOX's Peter Doocy in Covington Georgia police officers in serious condition. The day after he was shot chasing, a shoplifting suspect who was later found dead may have killed himself. This is Fox News, fair and balanced. We just got word of a couple of crashes coming in fourth one at church, Rosa Parks to church, and Rosa Parks. Also, another one reported, it's Frank street and Jefferson both of them have been reported with injuries..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In areas from shell beach, the Dauphin island, Alabama, and it's bread Kavanagh's. Big day, the supreme court nominees confirmation hearing starts in a few hours. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave senators in and pouring over judge Kavanagh's extensive records in the DC circuit and sifting through documents related to his work in the George W Bush White House. They're also concerned about a law review article in which judge Kavanagh wrote that sitting US president should not be subject to criminal investigation. Senate minority whip dick Durbin that's one of the major reasons. People have misgivings about his nomination. Senate Judiciary committee Republican chair Chuck Grassley. He's not saying president is above the law. Judge Kavanagh's hearing could lasts for four days. Dave Rachel president. Trump took it another shot at attorney general sessions yesterday sarcastically tweeting good job Jeff over the indictments of two Republicans in congress, Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins. So the president writes this about the potential political impact he says too long running Obama era investigations of two very popular Republican congressman we're brought to a well-publicized charge. Just ahead of the midterms by the Jeff Sessions Justice department to easy wins now in doubt because there's not enough time. That's FOX's Peter. UC in Covington Georgia police officers in serious condition. The day after he was shot chasing, a shoplifting suspect who was later found dead may have killed himself. This is Fox News, fair and balanced. This is the sound of a brand new outdoor grill.

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's seven minutes past the hour. Tropical storm, Gordon has gained in strength and is expected to become a hurricane when it makes landfall along the north central Gulf Coast today, Gordon is about two hundred and sixty miles from the mouth of the Mississippi River, it's packing maximum sustained winds of sixty five miles per hour. Andy rose reports on Gulf states bracing for the impact. The leading edge of Gordon is moving away from southern Florida. But the red warning flags are out on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi Justice governor Phil Bryant, declares an emergency in preparation for. The storm's arrival many residents targeted by the storm are already filling sandbags on just going for the safe part versus sorry. And from the Gulf port harbor to Dauphin island, Alabama, the threat of punishing wind and the potential for major flooding is looming on the horizon, even cities further inland are concerned if we get five inches in a short period of time where have a serious problem in here in Baton Rouge a few weeks ago, a single pop up shower caused flooding because drainage pumps were down. City officials say they're working to prevent a much bigger problem from the impending tropical weather, we're going to in the storm drains and things like that to make sure that there's no debris back that would back things up. Louisiana's governor also put his state under an emergency declaration, and the mayor of New Orleans is asking their most vulnerable residents to be ready to evacuate. Please check on family. Neighbors pets France together. We're ready for Gordon. Getting ready by preparing for the worst. Andy rose reporting for first light. We'll check the forecast for Gordon's rain accumulations in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas in a few minutes with meteorologist dean devore coming up on nine minutes after the hour now and with Republicans pushing ahead on the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme court and the Senate Judiciary committee set to begin confirmation hearings today democratic leader Chuck Schumer is fuming over the committee receiving more than forty two thousand pages of documents just last night. The document dump covers some of Cabanillas work during his years with the Bush administration. Correspondent Omar Jimenez tells us the cavenaugh hearing is just one item on a crowded congressional calendar. The compensation hearings for judge Brett Cavanaugh. Expected to last days in front of the Senate Judiciary committee with implications for both parties, we need that opportunity to ask the questions and we just walked out. It would simply be one side asking the questions. So I don't think that's the way you examine a nominee and get the facts out with a successful confirmation. Cavanaugh would give conservatives affirm majority on the supreme court if you're looking to a Republican president to pick a qualified conservative. He would be on the top of anyone's list, including not just Donald Trump. And as the confirmation hearings continue the tech sector hits Capitol Hill Wednesday. There's a lot of today on politics, Twitter and politics Twitter tends to be. Pretty divisive. Jack Dorsey CEO Twitter will appear longside Sheryl Sandberg CEO of Facebook as they testify before the Senate intelligence committee topics will include state-sponsored misinformation and bison harassment on their platforms being that afternoon Dorsey will testify in front of the house energy and commerce committee, specifically on the issues that include freedom of expression, and broad aditorial discretion, and in the midst of it, all congress will only have eleven workdays with both chambers and session to pass a spending Bill and avoid a government shutdown. Thanks correspondent Omar Jimenez is coming up on eleven minutes past the hour. We've got meteorologist dean devore's standing by. With the latest information on tropical storm, Gordon that and more still ahead on first light..

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"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dauphin island alabama" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Winds have increased to sixty miles an hour. And the storm was a couple of hundred miles east southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River and moving west northwest at about seventeen miles an hour. A hurricane warning is in effect from the mouth of the Pearl. River along the Mississippi Louisiana border to the Alabama Florida border. Meaning hurricane conditions are expected. Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards? Much southeast Louisiana can expect to see heavy rain afford a six inches possibly seven inches of rain in some areas along with therms soem surge of three to five feet flash. Flooding is also possible. The Hurricane Center says life threatening storm surge is also possible west of shell beach, Louisiana to Dauphin island, Alabama. Meanwhile, tropical storm Florence continued to gain strength over the eastern Atlantic. Confirmation hearings are scheduled to begin today for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh that said Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer tweeted at around eight o'clock last night that the Senate had been given an additional forty two thousand pages of documents about judge Cavanaugh the night before confirmation hearings are due to start the White House initially was withholding one hundred thousand pages. Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren. The administration is hiding a hundred thousand pages. His records. So that not only can Senate Nazih the American.

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