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"fear river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"fear river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"City along the Cape Fear river hoping as he did a year ago with Florence it can rebound from Dorian which is expected to be less severe Wilmington mayor bill Sappho your eyes will be very close to remove the dot may make landfall it will make them going to either get some significant wins that a tropical storm Wilson doesn't go hundred miles over gonna get a direct hit with wins over a hundred miles about ten miles or so in when this is a city that's boarded up in many places with very few restaurants and convenience stores open as everyone's been told to hunker down Bob Costantini Wilmington North Carolina the girlfriend of Jennifer delicious estranged husband is turning herself into Connecticut state police the day after photos to Los was arrested again on a new evidence tampering charge in connection with his estranged wife's disappearance last main caning details from W. B. C. surly castle an exhausting fight I love my children jewelers was picked up at his Connecticut home Wednesday after his girlfriend told state police he transported Jennifer do lysis body in a friend's pick up truck the warrant says cops found a blood like substance in the truck the tested positive for the mother fives DNA even though the truck had been washed detailed seats changed but not. the ending charges were we intend to plead not guilty to these charges defense attorney norm Pappas do Los's been released on five hundred thousand dollars bail I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news man who survived nine eleven together say their friendship remains just a strong eighteen years later Fred Eichler says if not for the hip replacement surgery had in the year two thousand he never would have made it down the stairs I could not have gotten out of that building. if I did not have a doctor as was replaced my hip nineteen months early. it would have been an impossibility on that morning Jonathan judge was on his way to work in the north tower when the elevator stopped at the eighty third floor any sort explosion I can help the shell shock jarred walked down the stair step by step in the remaining close to this day yanks mess with the night off your forecast around you super weather center tonight increasing clouds lows in the mid sixties tomorrow cloudy some rain by afternoon as we start to feel the effects of hurricane Dorian hi seventy degrees around you see were weather center sixty eight in Central Park sixty nine in Perth Amboy the seventy seven WBC newsdesk on Bob brown next update eleven thirty twenty four seven coverage of the all new WABC radio dot com a WBC Traficant trans reporters up next. seventy seven W. ABC anchor for their live broadcast from Little Italy for the first day of the feast of San genero life for me core deal Thursday September twelfth from noon till three PM. from the. it's going to be actually a very very fine afternoon with lots of great food lots of entertainment and lots of information your tickets now the only on WABC radio dot com seating is limited so don't wait enjoy amazing three course Italian meal pasta demonstration with results free W. E. C. teacher is Kirsten Juliet live from the feast of San genero forty or serving creative Italian dishes for over forty years can't take the heat look hot and feel cool in the van Heusen their collection with temperature activated cooling UPF fifteen some control waking technology and more van Heusen their shirts pants and polo's are designed to keep you cool and dry even when things heat up available in regular and big and tall sizes at van Heusen dot com so look and feel cool in the van Heusen air collection get it advance Houston dot com. the mission.

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"fear river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"fear river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Que L. C. H. T. to Las Vegas a Beasley media group station he has not done ghost ship verdict because that. Dorian is weakened slightly but meteorologist Jennifer gray says it remains a category two storm with maximum sustained winds of a hundred and five miles per hour paralleling the coast of South Carolina and North Carolina still hasn't made a landfall potential landfall in North Carolina but I'd give it about a fifty fifty chance the storm is spawn tornadoes in parts of the Carolinas and is correspondent Bob Constantini tells us it's effects are being felt throughout the area here in Wilmington about ten miles inland officials believe there may be some localized flooding but do not expect the Cape Fear river to be a major problem flood prone areas are already experiencing it FlightAware reports more than five hundred US flights were canceled by mid afternoon today due to Dorian or than two hundred flights already canceled for tomorrow it's an acquittal in the go ship warehouse trial in Oakland California from Max Harris he faced thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the December of twenty sixteen fire that took thirty six lives during an electronic music show the jury is hung on master tenant Derek Annina an up day on Wall Street and correspondence to casting bomb tells us why stock prices stating the black today after it was announced that trade talks would resume next month between US and Chinese negotiators the Dow Jones industrial average ended the day off more than three hundred seventy points around one point four percent two key publications in China connected to the government published stories saying there was a good chance that some progress will be made in these upcoming talks. Iran says it's taken a step to further scale back to rounds.

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Hurricane Florence damage estimated at $44 billion so far

Best of Jim Bohannon

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Florence damage estimated at $44 billion so far

"Hurricane Florence caused big time damage and continued flooding will cause more next week. Correspondent Caley heart. Hung is in Wilmington North Carolina where she reports massive amounts of water breached the dam raising concerns that coal ash could spread throughout the state's waterways. You G is saying there are no visible signs of coal ash, releasing into the cooling lake known as Sutton lake where the dam was breached by the floodwaters of the Cape fear river, they maintain that the coal ash basins are in good condition and economic research firm figures Florence has caused around forty four billion dollars in damage and lost output, so

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White House draft order directs probes into tech giants

Sports Radio Programming

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

White House draft order directs probes into tech giants

"Committee to here. Christine Blasi four testify about her allegations that supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh sexually assaulted her decades ago, why rivers in the wake of hurricane Florence threaten the spread disease from flooded. Concentrated animal feeding operations in North Carolina. And in Wilmington Duke Energy says a breach dam could flood coal dust into the Cape. Fear river correspondent Katie on says Duke has taken samples from area waters and

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Dam breached by floodwaters at power plant in North Carolina

WBBM Programming

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Dam breached by floodwaters at power plant in North Carolina

"One week since hurricane Florence and the Carolinas. Jim Krasula floodwaters for hurricane Florence have breached. An earthen dam holding back a huge reservoir at Duke Energy power plant near storm-ravaged, Wilmington, North Carolina, engineers, fear. The damn break is allowing highly toxic coal ash from an adjacent up to flow into the nearby. Cape. Fear river the death toll from Florence is now at forty

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North Carolina, Chuck Campbell and CNBC discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

North Carolina, Chuck Campbell and CNBC discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

"I'm Chuck Campbell. CNBC the problem's not yet over in North Carolina Duke Energy says a containment dam was breached in Wilmington, coal ash could could soon flow into Cape. Fear. River coal ashes toxic. Dukes had issues with that issue. A coal ash in North Carolina in the past on Wall Street, stocks are mixed. The Dow up eighty five the NASDAQ down sixty five

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"fear river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And I'm Steve Inskeep to flooding from hurricane Florence washed over livestock farms, and when it did, and this will make some people cringe the floodwaters swept away many animals and their waste all of which ended up in rivers such as the Cape. Fear. River camp ver- debt is a Cape. Fear river keeper a position he was given by an environmental nonprofit group and he's on the line. Good morning. Good morning. What have you seen as you've toured the area? I flew yesterday in a small plane over parts of the Cape. Fear watershed and widespread damage widespread flooding flood waters are still rising in some areas. I saw numerous swine lagoons that had been completely inundated and over topped by floodwaters, I saw two lagoons that had failed altogether and emptied their contents entirely into floodwaters. Swine lagoons. We're talking about giant giant pits of animal waste is that right? Exactly estimates are that these two again, tell about seven million gallons of untreated swine feces, and when they emptied their contents waterways that were flooded. Of course, those waters are down the downstream across the communities that are flooded there as well is it possible at this early date to test the water to determine what effect that has had. It's very difficult to access eastern North Carolina right now, they're many bridges that have been washed away entirely roadways that are undercut. It's dangerous to be out. Now, we are working as quickly as possible to get out and sample these waters. Okay. So it's not really possible to know scientifically what's going on. But you know, in terms of what seems to have washed into the Cape fear river and the streams that flow into the Cape. Fear river, what would your what would your estimate be based on what you know about the safety of that water and the condition of that water. The water is not. Safe at all, I would expect to see extremely high levels of dangerous bacteria. And and I also know that this water is coming into contact with with communities that are flooded. And that's going to be a real problem as things evolve. Okay. Yeah. What does this mean for people returning home? I people who might Wade back to their half flooded house. But also just people who might return to a house after the water goes down. What what do they have to think about? Well, in many cases houses are completely submerged everything in the house has soaked in these flood waters, the installation, the carpet, the walls, people are going to be returning home. They're gonna want to secure their homes. They're gonna wanna start to rebuild and repair. And there's lots of cuts and scrapes ago on and add. And so it's people are waiting around and this water and splashing water up onto their face and things like that. And this water is getting into their cuts and scrapes. It's gonna be very dangerous. It's going to be a lot of opportunities for people to get sick. This. This stuff is going to be in these houses perhaps for extended periods of time as people start to tear out sheet rock and insulation. And things like that very briefly is this affected you personally, it has my house is flooded as well. And so I live downstream from some of these facilities as well in Pender county. So I will be doing some of this kind of work myself. We'll be safe as you do that. Thank you very much. Kemp Bernadette is the Cape. Fear river keeper. It is impossible to ignore the timing of the accusation of sexual assault against supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. It's only weeks until voters go to the polls in midterm elections elections in which women's votes are going to be pivotal NPR political correspondent Osma Hollick has been spending time with women in the suburbs of Detroit who will help decide a competitive house race there. This fall. I need Cynthia Haley at a picnic for Democrats. The sixty nine year.

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"fear river" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Thank you pay. Excellent job. For Thursday September twentieth. Hours perusing through my local newspapers this morning. And there's a picture you won't even believe John of you onto the post yet. I've been looking at meteorological data sorry dead meteorologist. Paying attention that before why today? Wow. Just right out of the gate, just like that seven eleven that's it. You gotta see this. I'll hold it up for you. It's a it's a picture of this little kitten and the kitten is in Burgon, North Carolina. And I don't know what it told onto looks like some kind of land, but the kitten is in this flooded river. The look at the law thing, it's got two cats hate water. It's got the two little pause. Just hanging on for dear life. Some mazing the poor cat was left swimming and clinging for its life during hurricane Florence after the northeast Cape. Fear river burst its banks. It was able to hold onto the side of a trailer long enough for help to help to arrive. All sorts, okay. The kitten made it, but it's a looks like it's about a six month old kitten. And it's got those big green eyes is looking back at the camera. Like, why don't you help me? Looking back. You can actually see as ain't gonna get me a hell out of here. They should redo that poster hanging their baby. Yeah. Great idea..

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"fear river" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Carolina's Cape. Fear river expected to crest at about sixty two feet before the end of the day sixty two inches. Putting thousands in harm's way. By the way. Have you seen that Facebook video out of the Carolina showing a volunteer? Opening the gates of a kennel where several dogs were left in. In the midst of the storm, but we're learning today that several dogs left behind in. The storm are now here in New Jersey and their up for adoption Senator excuse me, Lindsey Senator is with the Monmouth county SPCA says they've taken care of those dogs a lot of them at least hoping to find homes, but they're also reaching back to age and pets down in the flood zone are also doing a collection for the shelters down in Carolina where sending down a twenty six foot trailer full of dog food cat food litter betting crepe cleaning supplies, so that we're able to help any shelters that lost items during the storm. She says as for the animals which were brought here they've already adopted about a dozen of them. The Monmouth shelter is expected to bring in at least two dozen more over the next few days. Partly to mostly cloudy is the word tonight comfortable with a low of sixty three right now, seventy eight in midtown debate about the debate continues on Capitol Hill of a weather a California college professors to testify about an alleged. Sexual assault involving President Trump's nominee for the supreme court and more importantly, should she do it without an FBI investigation before some Senate GOP members say with without an FBI probe. She should speak at a hearing scheduled for Monday. And if not all well, President Trump says we'll have to make a decision as to whether or not the accuser, quote makes a credible showing if she sews up at all the woman says a drunken Brett cavenaugh, then a teenager assaulted her Senator Chuck Grassley says he'll spend the rest of this week trying to figure out a way to get her to testify about it. We don't have any problem with Kevin all coming. The only problem we have in order to make it a fruitful hearing is to hear from both sides. And I'm wearing concentrate in the next three days towards people have headed they're not trying to make her the focus of a dog and pony show where senators are going to confirm cavenaugh anyway. And that's why they want an FBI probe to provide a frame from which senators can ask the right questions before they consider Kavanagh's confirmation wins. News time six oh nine..

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Hog deaths, manure flooding from Florence seen surpassing 2016 hurricane

WBBM Programming

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Hog deaths, manure flooding from Florence seen surpassing 2016 hurricane

"Of turkeys and chickens are dad. Thousands of hogs have perished as flood waters continue to rise in North Carolina. The human death toll from the hurricane stands at thirty seven this morning. Krasula, Fayetteville North Carolina. It's like deja vu all over again, many of the areas inundated by floodwaters from a hurricane Florence were swapped by hurricane Matthew just two years ago. I've never seen it like this before Matthew won't know where near like this Richard Lovett shook his head in disbelief as he looked at the Cape. Fear river, which is predicted the crest today at thirty feet above its flood stage of thirty five feet. President Trump is scheduled to survey damage in the Carolinas today

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"fear river" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Days eleven forty seven. When it comes to trade. President Trump is warning China. There will be great and fast economic retaliation of it continues to target the US I want to protect the American worker the American farmer. The ranchers the companies. And we're not being ripped off. You will see in a little while speaking alongside the president of Poland. Mr. Trump said the US will probably have no choice, but to impose another two hundred sixty seven billion dollars in duties on Chinese goods, he held out the prospect for cooperation, however, saying we may make a deal at some point President Trump has tweeted a video message thanking all the people who have helped with recovery in the wake of hurricane Florence. This is a tough hurricane one of the wettest we've ever seen President Trump will have a firsthand look at the impact of former hurricane Florence tomorrow. The White House says the president plans to travel the North Carolina, which bore the brunt of the powerful storm hundreds of people waited in long lines for water and other essentials in Wilmington North Carolina, which is still mostly cut off by high water because of the epic flooding sixteen rivers are still at major flood stage CBS's Jim Krasula reports from Fayetteville I'm here on the North Carolina highway to ten bridge over the fast moving bloated. Coffee Brown colored Cape. Fear river, it's now only about five feet below this bridge. Police are nearby ready to close it if necessary one big concern, all of the debris the rain-swollen river could threaten and damage. Bridget's? The Cape fear river is expected to crest tomorrow at about thirty feet. Above flood stage North Carolina's governors asking for more than asking more than ten thousand evacuees around the state not to return home yet. Meanwhile, South Carolina is bracing for more major flooding from all the rain and storm surge record rainfall and both stage rivers here are starting to crest. Colonel Alvin Taylor. Head South Carolina's natural resources agency says the all river will break nearly twenty year old record highest level wasn't a flawed around nineteen eight on that front of me right now up and then we'll be higher than faddish prediction. Taylor says the walking ball is expected to crest not once but twice because there's so much water. I crashed expected sometime this weekend. Peter. King CBS news Columbia, South Carolina. Let's check your money. You'll let him if see here's Adrian tests. The stock fell three percent after Bloomberg reported. The Justice department is investigating tests land deal on must sources say prosecutors opened a fraud investigation after must tweeted last month that he was thinking about taking tesla private with funding secured for the deal, even though that might not have been the case. Tesla says it's cooperating with the voluntary requests for documents. This criminal probe is in addition to a civil inquiry by the SEC, call of duty black ops for maybe ready to take on fortnight in the fight for fans of its battle royale. Play analysts are impressed by call duties, blackout. Mel at that's being beta tested now ahead of its October twelfth release shares of Santa Monica based activision blizzard or up more than ten percent this month. NFL ratings are showing more signs of recovery. After two years of shrinking viewership in week two NBC Sunday night football game. Three percent CBS says it Sunday audience was up one percent and FOX got one fifth more viewers than last year. Wall Street didn't. Let news of more terrorists derail rally. The Dow up one hundred eighty five points, the NASDAQ up sixty and the SNP up fifteen we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio California has.

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"fear river" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Three people have been killed in the storm so far the majority in North Carolina while now tonight the head of FEMA is warning that the next forty eight hours are critical, particularly in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where the Cape fear river is rising fast. Cape fear rivers expected to crest overnight tonight or early tomorrow officials are estimating there. There may be as many as twelve thousand people in harm's way that river in particular heads toward its peak flood stage. The Cape fear river has quadrupled in size in the last two days. It's now over sixty feet deep and counting, and of course all of that water needs to go somewhere. It can't be held by its banks when it's down when it's up to sixty feet deep. In this case, what's happening with Cape fear rivers. That some of the water that's beyond its banks now causing spontaneous new rivers to spring up. This is what happened in Pender county, North Carolina. And I know this looks like river looks can be deceiving though that nice straight deep river. You see there is actually interstate forty just completely submerged. Same thing is happening along a sixty mile stretch of interstate ninety five. I ninety five is the old the way up and down the east coast artery runs through the heart of the Carolinas officials. Say there are as many as sixteen rivers at major flood levels tonight. President Trump is expected to visit the storm zone spec to visit North Carolina. Tomorrow we shall see as FEMA saying the next forty eight hours are critical. We are thinking and praying for everybody in the Carolinas tonight. Watch this space. I want to say, thanks again to our guest tonight. Democratic presidential nominee, former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. I want to reiterate a little bit of the news. She just made here. She told us that she agrees with professor, Christine, Blasi Ford. The woman who has accused supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh of attempting to rape her when she was seventeen secretary. Clinton says, she agrees that an FBI investigation should be conducted before the Senate holds any public hearing on that allegation about, of course is the request as of tonight from Dr Blasios lawyers, secretary Clinton told us that told me right here that she sure such an FBI investigation could be done expeditiously, and that's the way to ensure due process both for judge Cavanaugh and for professor Ford. And not for nothing. Secretary Clinton also gave us a warning slash prediction that she believes that right after the upcoming midterm elections, she thinks President Trump will start wholesale firing people in the White House and in his administration. She is predicting that right after the election. There is about to be a purge. Sleep tight. Everyone that does for us tonight. We'll see again tomorrow on the show weeknights at nine eastern on MSNBC. Thanks for listening to the Rachel maddow's show podcast. You can listen to MSNBC twenty four hours a day, seven days a week on tune in..

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"fear river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Major power provider confirmed that floodwaters had caused a breach of a coal ash landfill near the Cape. Fear river Kemp decked a Wilmington native monitors the lower Cape. Fear river as a river keeper for the Waterkeeper alliance debt is also witnessing the aftermath of one of the areas. Hardest hit by the storm. Kemp. Welcome. Thank you. So can you are in Wilmington North Carolina and Wilmington is currently cut off from the rest of the state because of flooding. What is that like for you? Well, the studio here doesn't have electricity still were running on a generator. There are a lot of bound power lines. A lot of the city is still without power the immediate danger and the city has passed. There is very little gas in town long lines at gas stations. I've heard of people waiting six hours in line at gas stations. We're not seeing as many relief efforts. I think as we as we would have had the roads been open waters, you're still coming up. And so this is a real challenge for folks getting trying to get back home after the storm is a challenge for folks trying to get here from other places, and I understand one of the dangers is a coal ash plant is well for people who do not live near a coal plant. What is called ash? What does it look like what does it do? What why is it dangerous? Coal ashes is what is left over after you, burn coal to create electric city at a power generation plant, and because of that it's much more toxic has a lot of heavy metals in it. It's kind of a black or gray ash. And for decades, it's been stored and these unlined pits frequently very close to waterways, and there was a breach of this coal ash landfill. Do you know what caused the breach? Well, the ultimate cause was was heavy rains associated with the storm. But a berm surrounding containment area for coal ash failed and released an enormous amount of the stored ash kind of into a torrent, then ran down and out of you. So what are the actual health? Concerns of coal ash spills. Well, coal ash contains a lot of toxic heavy metals, like arsenic, and. Chromium these compounds have significant impacts on the ecosystem on aquatic life on fish. And so, you know, one concern those toxins that are then going to find their way into the future. Eventually onto somebody's table. People are out in this water right now trying to get their homes and in order and high water, and so they'll be coming into contact with this water more frequently and it could have coal ash and people would become an indirect contact with that. And as a Cape fear river keeper, what will it mean to this community? If coal ash does reach the river. Well, it'll be just it'll be another kind of hit on our water. We we here in south eastern, North Carolina are very connected to water Wilmington is surrounded. We have the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Cape. Fear river on the West Water is kind of a way of life here and we've had a number of attacks on our water. And this would be another example of public trust water our.

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Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

KRLD Programming

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Massachusetts residents allowed to return to homes after gas explosions

"Of people in the dark and historic flooding with the remnants of former hurricane Florence still hovering overhead North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper warns who stay got a tremendous job ahead with recovery. And we also know that the raging Cape. Fear river those rivers like the news. The Cape fear. The lumber river gonna continue to wrong wilmington's along the hardest hit this man drove onto a flooded road or needed help getting out kind of panicked. I started banging on the window thought. Well, the water is the pressure of the water was

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Details emerge about Border Patrol agent accused of killing 4 women in Texas, abducting fifth

KRLD Programming

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Details emerge about Border Patrol agent accused of killing 4 women in Texas, abducting fifth

"Of people in the dark and historic flooding with the remnants of former hurricane Florence still hovering overhead North Carolina's governor ROY Cooper warns who stay got a tremendous job ahead with recovery. And we also know that the raging Cape. Fear river those rivers like the news. The Cape fear. The lumber river gonna continue to wrong wilmington's along the hardest hit this man drove onto a flooded road or needed help getting out kind of panicked. I started banging on the window thought. Well, the water is the pressure of the water was

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Wade North Carolina, Florence Storm and Fear River discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Wade North Carolina, Florence Storm and Fear River discussed on 24 Hour News

"After days of drenching rain following the arrival of what used to be hurricane. Florence storm is far weaker now, but it has caused at least eighteen lives. It has more than a half a million people without power and some remain at risk. Jim crystalline Wade North Carolina with people in this small town near the rain. Swollen cape. Fear river under a mandatory evacuation. Order the marines. Army coast guard and civilian crews had volunteers from across the country are conducting lifesaving missions. They are using helicopters boats at heavy duty military vehicles to rescue those threatened by rapidly rising floodwaters across eastern and central North

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FEMA chief defends Trump, says Puerto Rico death toll studies "all over the place"

Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

FEMA chief defends Trump, says Puerto Rico death toll studies "all over the place"

"FEMA administrator Brock long is frustrated with the studies showing a higher death toll in Puerto Rico from hurricane Maria is frustrating. Those studies the Harvard study was done differently than the George Washington steadier. This study of that study and the numbers are all over the place. That's long on meet the press. President Trump said these studies were done by Democrats to make him look bad. But long says they have to be done to see why people died from

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CBS, Florence and North Carolina discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

CBS, Florence and North Carolina discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Florence now. A tropical depression continues to churn to the west leaving catastrophic flooding in its wake Brenda Bethune is mayor of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We have five major rivers that will crest within the next few days. And when that happens, it's going to greatly impact how we get in and out of order beach. It will affect all of our roads. I'm Jim Krasula Wade North Carolina with people in this small town near the rain. Swollen cape. Fear river under a mandatory evacuation. Order the marines. Army coast guard and civilian crews had volunteers from across the country are conducting lifesaving missions. They are using helicopters boats and heavy duty military vehicles to rescue those threatened by rapidly rising floodwaters across eastern and central North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper said the risk to life is rising with the

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National Guard and Marines help rescue residents of the Carolina's affected by tropical storm Florence

WBBM Programming

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

National Guard and Marines help rescue residents of the Carolina's affected by tropical storm Florence

"Volunteers and national guardsmen sealed a lovey at a break in the railroad tracks as desperate residents along the river fled homes that could soon disappear underwater. I'm Jim Krasula Wade North Carolina with people in this small town near the rain. Swollen cape. Fear river under a mandatory evacuation. Order the marines. Army coast guard and civilian crews had volunteers from across the country are conducting lifesaving missions. They are using helicopters boats and heavy duty military vehicles to rescue those threatened by rapidly rising floodwaters across eastern and central North Carolina. More than nine hundred rescues statewide and three days landslides are possible in some areas. Several tornado warnings have been issued in the region. Storm death toll now at least fourteen

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2 year old in Phoenix dies after being pulled from pool

Online Trading Academy

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

2 year old in Phoenix dies after being pulled from pool

"A two year old Phoenix boy has died after being pulled from valley pool. Phoenix fire arrived on the scene at home near twenty second street and southern around six o'clock last night and began performing CPR, it's unknown. How long the child was underwater? He was rushed to Maricopa medical center where he was later pronounced dead. Phoenix fire. Captain John Mayer says even though the Chandler's says, even though the calendar says September the temperatures are still hot, and it's imperative to watch your kids around water. It doesn't matter if it's the summer, but fall or the winter it's still has a potential for being dangerous for children specially those that are young and cat swim at even kids against them. Everybody needs supervision. Myer says this is the third child drowning death in Phoenix. So far

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Florence flooding hits inland rivers as fearsome new stage begins

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Florence flooding hits inland rivers as fearsome new stage begins

"Both Carolinas are bracing for heavy rain and possible flash flooding today famous administrator Brock long tail CBS's face the nation. Even though hurricanes are categorized by wind water that really causes the most loss life. I'm Jim crystalline Fayetteville North Carolina, the rain swollen Cape. Fear. Rivers flood stage here about thirty five feet. It was a twelve feet before Florence's rains. It's predicted to crested about sixty three feet Tuesday morning that Cape. Fear hit fifty nine feet after hurricane. Matthew two years

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Florence flooding hits inland rivers as fearsome new stage begins

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Florence flooding hits inland rivers as fearsome new stage begins

"Center. Rains continue across eastern North Carolina. Where flash flood warnings are still in effect and those mandatory evacuations probably remain in place until the waters recede, which will take several days the Cape. Fear river and North Carolina is at flood stage. Jeff win lives along that river and plans to stay despite a mandatory evacuation order. So right now, I mean, obviously, I love to stay with my house and make sure it doesn't flood in the event that the water does rise. We are gonna leave because it's not just myself. It's my wife to Fayetteville mayor MICH cold and things that's a bad idea, especially near that river residents flipped on areas. Especially near the Cape. Fear. River should go to one or two county. Seven shelters or residents of higher ground family member. Friends again, the Cape fear river and North Korea. Alana is at flood stage

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Why the Carolinas may face even more danger in Florence's floodwaters

Mark Levin

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Why the Carolinas may face even more danger in Florence's floodwaters

"Losing some steam as it moves inland now downgraded to a tropical depression, but that storm still posing a danger with torrential rain and catastrophic flooding in Fayetteville North Carolina residents living along to rivers being ordered to get out before rivers crafts mandatory deadline for residents near the Cape. Fear river and little river to evacuate as quickly approaching Cumberland county assistant manager, Tracy Jackson. Those who reside in the area facing minute danger from the flood waters that will arrive saying until the three pm Sunday deadline county officials are going door to door telling people they are at risk and need to evacuate. Gotta make your decision. You can't hesitate. They've also rolled out a new website and map so people can type in their address and see if they're in the flood zone.

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"fear river" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WJR 760

"Join our program already waters, continuing even after the water, the rain has stopped. So I wondered if Jacksonville would be kind of under that threat all of this entire storm area is under the threat of the floodwaters because it's all got a drain off. And so the rivers are gonna be swollen for for quite a long time. But Steve Lenore meteorologist with me here. He probably has a little more detail in regards to the specific area, and what threats there are thanks time. I've been trying to dig up a more information on this. The army corps of engineers has a nation. I nation wide network river flood gauges where they tracked streamflow. And then when there's rain it also makes you fat. And based on those reports then conduct a hydrologic forecast, which will determine how high the river might get. They take only not the rain. We've already had what the expected rainfall put all that in the watershed. Run their river modeled forecasts crest. They do pretty good job with that the crest is the highest point and which river will get during a flood. Unfortunately, Jacksonville, does not have a flood gauge station of the nearest one is up river. And that is in the area around. Not sure if I'm saying this right chin. Robin. Ching-kuo pin, which is on the fear river, the northeast fear river of river from them and no Jacksonville's on the new river, which doesn't have one of these gauges. However, we do know from looking at the reports that there has been significant flooding in the city as far as we can tell there has been no loss of life in Jacksonville. There have been numerous other areas where there been some flash flood deaths people making some poor choices liking electrocuted hooking extensive cords together in the rain and things like that. But as far female Jacksonville's had some significant flooding, no loss of life that we know of and the river crest, there is not high enough to be indicated as a record on this particular interface that we have. But I do think they're looking at certainly some moderate flooding in the city and reports of water and buildings things like that as far as the weather currently, they're still getting some rain, but the real heavy rain has shifted away from them..

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Border Patrol agent suspected of killing 4 women

WBBM Programming

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Border Patrol agent suspected of killing 4 women

"Police have arrested a US border patrol agent as a suspected serial killer. David Ortiz was arrested early Saturday and Laredo after fleeing from state troopers and hunting in a hotel parking lot Webb county district. Attorney is cedar said that authorities were led to our tease after a woman. He tried to kidnap escape from him that led to the determination that Ortiz should be charged in the women's deaths indicate said. The possibility that biz individuals responsible. This series of bird a woman's body was found Saturday

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Florence: At least twelve deaths reported as storm slogs across Carolinas

24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Florence: At least twelve deaths reported as storm slogs across Carolinas

"Foty blame for a dozen deaths? Former hurricane now tropical storm Florence going. Nowhere with wins, a forty miles an hour. It is just dumping rain on much of north and South Carolina. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. Storm really is not moving and those bands of rain continues to fall over the same places. I'm Jim crystalline Fayetteville North Carolina. Thousands of people living near North Carolina's rising rivers were ordered evacuated as hurricane tropical storm Florence all. But parked itself over land in port on the rain one. Big concern the Cape fear river here in Fayetteville where Mitch Coleman is mayor. The worst is yet to come get to higher ground. Now. What's flood waters rise? It will be hard to come to your rescue. The US coastguard is using helicopters to lift scores of people from rooftops in swamped vehicles National Hurricane Center says Florence could dump as much as forty inches. Of rain along coastal areas of the Carolinas lesser amounts in south western

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2018 world's strongest storm: Mangkhut barrels through Philippines toward China

WBT Programming

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

2018 world's strongest storm: Mangkhut barrels through Philippines toward China

"Catastrophic levels of rainfall. The Steve secretary of transportation, James charging says roads are flooded and travel is extremely hazardous all the events that we're seeing now or a combination of either storm surge in those eastern counties or flash flooding throughout the Piedmont, we believe that will continue to increase. We wanna make sure we're responding as rapidly as possible and ensuring the safety of our

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"fear river" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Yeah. There could be some very significant flooding, and so the the issue is that this storm isn't over with even after the storm passes in the skies start to clear, these rivers are going to be swollen and record heights for what do you what your guests? We saw this with with Harvey last year in southeast Texas even days after the rain had ceased in the summers out, these rivers were still rising and takes many days for all that water to collect and run down to a certain point where the tributaries meet the main stem, they call it of the river. And then that reaches a maximum flood crest sometimes three four five days after the rain has ended. It just keeps creeping up two or three inches per hour. And that's what's. Going to be happening here. Most like the river crashed is always after the rain has ended a vast majority of the time. And I want to get folks that are listening just a couple of numbers here actually in Lumberton is one of the less severe floods. We're looking at it compared to the flood of record. It would just tie the flood for Matthew back in twenty sixteen October ninth, but the Cape fear river near Berga saying that right, but you are GW Burgon North Carolina is forecast crests three feet above its old record. And that was twenty two and a half. The national weather service is going for twenty five point eight feet on the Cape. Fear river, and that's south of Jacksonville, North Carolina and the the northeast Cape. Fear river near ching, Kwok Penn. North Carolina near Jacksonville is also forecast to be three feet above all time record and Tom to give you a further answered. Your question today is the fifteenth September this forecasts crest the crest means a maximum height of the river won't happen until the nineteenth of September. Which is next Wednesday with the rain will be long gone before. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Without a doubt. And and so in any case, the the bottom line is if you are have evacuated and you're planning on coming back. This kind of situation may delay. You return to your area. Absolutely. I've been looking at one thing after a flood is they have to go and inspect the bridges. We live in the texoma area where on Texas meat. I remember after the big floods in two thousand fifteen they had to go round inspect several major bridges that cross rivers to make sure they were still safe to traverse. So that created big detours logjams at traffic, and the roadways can be eroded and damaged washed out by these kinds of floods real easy. You're gonna have a lot of roadways that will be closed repairs down to one lane all that kind of stuff. Yeah. It's gonna be a lot of fun for folks. Heading back in one more river before I throw it back to you, Tom the new rivers in the US e but it's pronounced induce the newspaper at Goldsboro will come up just about three inches short of the record. And again that's forecast to happen on Monday. And then all of next week. He holds the cough latte. Crass redrafts, maybe an inch or two a day. So these are going to be prolonged flood events inundating, probably hundreds of thousands of acres, and and the water associated with at the water quality has got to be horrible. Yeah. We're gonna talk with Pam Walker. I believe later about environmental issues that flooding can cause I think we want her to weigh in on that..

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"fear river" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WJR 760

"Yeah. There could be some very significant flooding, and so the the issue is that this storm isn't over with even after the storm passes in the skies start to clear, these rivers are going to be swollen and at record heights for what are you? What your guests? We saw this with with Harvey last year in south east, Texas, even. As after the rain had ceased in the summers out, these rivers were still rising. It takes many days for all that water to collect and run down to a certain point where the tributaries meet the main stem, they call it of the river. And then that reaches a maximum flood crest sometimes three four five days after the rain has ended. It just keeps creeping up two or three inches per hour. And that's what's going to be happening here. Most like the the river crest is always after the rain has ended a vast majority of the time, and I want give folks listening just a couple of numbers here actually in Lumberton is one of the less severe floods. We're looking at compared to the flood of record. It would just high the flood for Matthew back in twenty sixteen October ninth, but the Cape fear river near Berga saying that right B U R G W Burgon North Carolina is forecast crest three feet above its old record. And that was twenty two and a half the national weather service going for twenty five point eight feet on the Cape. Fear river and that south Jacksonville, North Carolina. And the northeast Cape. Fear river near ching Copan North Carolina near Jacksonville is also forecast to be three feet above all time record and Tom to give you a further answered your question today is the fifteenth September this forecasts crest the crest means a maximum height of the river won't happen until the nineteenth September, which is next Wednesday. The rain will be long gone before. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Without a doubt. And and so in any case, the the bottom line is if you are have evacuated and you're planning on coming back. This kind of situation may delay. You return to your area. Absolutely. I've been looking at one thing after a flood is they have to go and inspect the bridges. We live in texoma area where Oklahoma Texas meat. I remember after the big floods in two thousand fifteen they had.

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"fear river" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WLAC

"Can term dead. And now tropical storm Florence is wind and rain continued to pound the Carolinas thing we're thinking about right now is it goes into the night is the power outages across the state. There are seven hundred eighty thousand at Duke Energy says there's a chance it might not come back on for weeks. We after noon. One of the most extraordinarily things we always when the Cape fear river overflowed it hit a new all-time record high of just over eight point two feet and got back down. Now. It's gone back down now, but there's still potential for flooding. Fox's rape. Okay. In Wilmington, North Carolina. The storms Tom sustained winds remain at seventy miles per hour as it moves slowly west President Trump insuring officials in North Carolina the federal government's prepared to assist with any help. They may need the president called the Lieutenant governor the mayor of Charlotte and prince Phil mayor Bobby Jones today a state of emergency. In three towns north of Boston one day after a series of explosions killed a teenager in his car, just hours after he got his license injured at least twenty-five, others and left. Dozens of homes in ruins some residents have been allowed to go back home. If you do return home, please do not turn on your gas. But rather wait for a technician and over town manager Andrew Flanagan an estimated eight thousand people were displayed at the height of the chaos yesterday. The National Transportation Safety board has sent a team to help in the investigation. The nation's top diplomat slamming his predecessor. For communicating with Irani and leaders secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the former secretary of State John Kerry has been actively undermining US policy on your Ron calling. It unseemly unprecedented and beyond inappropriate. Fox's John decker at the White House. Fox News, fair and balanced..

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"fear river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This is where the storm tenant short about eight o'clock this morning, Jennifer through each and then came across Wilmington turning south just slowing down losing power. But still too it's a hurricane status. It lasts judge. Rainy itself out and doing all sorts of damage that way. Now causing flooding the Cape fear river, which is on the western edge of Wilmington. Why does it was after hurricane Matthew on either side of the river being told that they should probably climate evacuating? There's the possibility of flooding here. So what is far as what you saw. What was it like there in Washington at the height of all this? The power of the wind driving cheeks of rain across the whole city. I watched the the tar people roof of a building across the sea peeled away ripped off and left flapping over the side of the building we've seen that tweets that have been knocked down. Unfortunately to calories to the known the state. From the storm. Fell into a house killing a woman and her infant child. Now, I've got I'm assuming you have power you operating off a generator right now. Very hold talent is dark went to argue. I was amazed at how electric ditsy onto the majority of the store but finally started team big green flashes. The transformers willing up your tire those dark, and how long are they? Because the last I heard as well, Jim Ryan ABC is with us that this thing had kind of stalled there, and we're just going to rain for forever. It feels like it's been raining on stops..

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"fear river" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WWL

"Is the Cape fear river, and that is just a funnel of violence. It's really been moving this morning. Especially when we get more of these gusts coming through at least three hundred seventy thousand customers without power FEMA administrator Brock long right now. Our priority is taking care of people and saving lives. Search and rescue is our priority. I cannot replace alive. Florence is expected to veer toward the southwest and a few hours towards South Carolina. And we expect the hurricane winds to be there about noon and weeks picked dial the hurricane to be in Myrtle Beach about eight o'clock tonight, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster, this'll be more flooding with with this hurricane and stolen all over the state. We think we've ever had before nationwide. More than two thousand flights have been canceled Wednesday through tomorrow CBS news special report, I'm Gary Nunn. Well football fans are in for a big tree for this area. Coming up LSU made big waves when they knocked off a top ten team in the opening weekend of the college football. All season bought their biggest challenge yet. This season is awaiting them tomorrow on the planes of Auburn W. Wwl's Chris Miller reports this one could be huge for fighting. Tiger fans. A win by LSU would make fans euphoric but expectations aren't high. I think for many fans are probably anticipating. Hey loss wwLcom sports columnist. Jeff Palermo says that doesn't mean fans think a narrow losses any kind of moral victory. I've been covering LSU football program since two thousand one and I have yet to see a moral victory and Eddie Lawson issues ever had I think fans, it's either wet or or go home number six. Auburn is a double digit favourite at home versus LSU kickoff is at two thirty. Now the saints need that first win of the season and the saints host the Cleveland Browns in the Superdome nominee. Wwl's Jim hanso out asking fans of they think the saints go to Bob. Big gain. You think the saints will bounce back and beat Cleveland Browns this week in the dome bag, man? We had them in the bay writer Ken the saints bounce back and beat the Cleveland Browns.

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"fear river" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on WWL

"Is the Cape fear river, and that is just a funnel of violence. It has really been moving this morning. Especially when we get more of these gusts coming through at least three hundred seventy thousand customers without power FEMA administrator Brock long right now. Our priority is taking care of people and saving lives. Search and rescue is our priority. I cannot replace a life. Florence is expected to veer toward the southwest and a few hours towards South Carolina. And we expect the hurricane winds to be there by about noon and weeks picked the hurricane to be in Myrtle Beach about eight o'clock tonight, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster, this'll be more flooding with with this hurricane and storm all over the state. We think we've ever had before nationwide. More than two thousand flights have been canceled Wednesday through tomorrow CBS news special report, I'm Gary Nunn for football fans, it's going to be a delightful weekend, of course, depending on the outcome of a couple of key games. LSU made some waves when they defeated a top ten. Team on the opening weekend of this college football season. But their biggest challenge yet awaits them tomorrow on the planes of Auburn, WW wells, Chris Miller reports this one is huge for tiger fans. A win by LSU would make fans euphoric but expectations aren't high. I think for many fans, they're probably a loss. wwLcom sports columnist. Jeff Palermo says that doesn't mean fans think narrow losses any kind of moral victory. I've been covering the LSU football program since two thousand one and I have yet to see a moral victory and Eddie Lawson LSU's ever had. I think fans it's either wet or or go home number six. Auburn is a double digit favourite at home versus LSU kickoff is at two thirty after that tough loss last week who are looking for a win this week by their saints. We went out and talked to some workers who say we badly. Need a victory. I see the div. It's coming.

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"fear river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Storm surge pushing the Atlantic inland for miles. It's a punishing store hit the point where it doesn't matter. What you're wearing Gortex layers upon layers everything is just soak down here because this rain is just so relentless UBS as Jeff glory in Wilmington behind us. Is the Cape fear river, and that is just a funnel of violence. It has really been moving this morning. Especially when we get more of these gusts coming through at least three hundred seventy thousand customers without power FEMA administrator Brock long right now. Our priority is taking care of people and saving lives. Search and rescue is our priority. I cannot replace alive. Florence is expected to veer toward the southwest and a few hours towards South Carolina. And we expect the hurricane winds to be there about noon, and we expect the hurricane to be in Myrtle Beach about eight o'clock tonight, South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster, there'll be more flooding with with this hurricane and storm all over the state. We think we've ever had before nationwide. More than two thousand flights have been canceled Wednesday through tomorrow CBS news special report, I'm Gary Nunn. Traffic and weather together is sponsored by Michelle Obama at Little Caesars arena. Michelle Obama comes to Little Caesars arena, December eleventh here her stories and the lessons learned from childhood to the White House tickets for becoming an intimate. Conversation with Michelle Obama, December eleventh at Little Caesars arena, go on sale..

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"fear river" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"fear river" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is the Cape fear river, and that is just a funnel of violence is really been moving this morning. Especially when we get more of these gusts coming through at least three hundred seventy thousand customers without power FEMA administrator Brock long right now. Our priority is taking care of people and saving lives. Search and rescue is our priority. I cannot replace a life. Florence is expected to veer toward the southwest and a few hours towards South Carolina. And we expect the hurricane winds to be there by about noon, and we expect the hurricane to be in Myrtle Beach about eight o'clock tonight, South Carolina, governor, Henry McMaster, this would be more floating with with this hurricane and storm all over the state. We think we've ever had before nationwide. More than two thousand flights have been canceled Wednesday through tomorrow CBS news special report, I'm Gary Nunn. KCBS news time five twenty two. Our next update on hurricane Florence coming up at the bottom of the hour right now. We're news continues with Matt Bigler in the Silicon Valley bureau. Susan experts say the environmental footprint of someone who does not. Eat meat is much smaller than the footprint of someone who does. And that's why as KCBS has Megan goals be reports. Some tech companies are trying to change the way we eat the future of food is plant based that was the idea at a panel held in conjunction with the climate summit at we work embark Darrow last night. We work as the startup than announced this summer, they'd be taking all meat off the menu for employees. Lindsey Baker is the VP of sustainability at we work. I think for a lot of us meet has just become a thing that is so universally available that you eat it without really thinking about its impact. But the panelists sure have each one working in some way to get Americans to eat less meat among them, Ryan Beth and core CEO of wild earth. Once we understand how to reprogram biology itself. We can reimagined things we don't have to stick to food as we know it anymore. What about better food? What about food that actually is full of prebiotics and actually makes you healthier, but we'll more tech companies themselves. Go the way of we work. I asked one of the attendees less company was that we actually had impossible cater.

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