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Passenger Safely Lands Plane at Florida Coast
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"Had a lasting impact on landmark rulings since his nomination to the court in 1994 by former president Clinton Loyola law school professor Laurie Levinson is somebody who is having influence on sentencing guidelines on gun rights on women's rights to an abortion All of these hot button issues Senate Judiciary Committee chairman dick Durbin said he intends to take up President Biden's nominee expeditiously with breyers end of June retirement Steve Dorsey CBS News Washington I'm Stephen portnoy word of a vacancy on the high court in this midterm election year in which control of Congress is in play will activate both parties basis given the razor thin majority Democrats now enjoy in the Senate President Biden will surely seek to replace Steven breyer with another dependable liberal As a candidate mister Biden pledged to nominate the first African American female justice calling it long overdue The U.S. has delivered a written response to Russia over its security demands amid word it may want to invade Ukraine Pentagon correspondent county McCormick The response was delivered by the U.S. ambassador to Russia Secretary of State Antony Blinken insisted it made no concessions on issues like banning Ukraine from joining NATO and instead also highlighted U.S. concerns Putting things in writing is a good way to make sure it was precise as possible And the Russians understand our positions Our ideas is clearly as possible The Biden administration says it is willing to address other concerns like arms control but it isn't clear whether Moscow will accept that agenda and deescalate the situation Right now the document is with them and the ball is in their court So far one body has been recovered as coast guard crews search off the Florida coast for 38 others Their boat left The Bahamas Saturday in a suspected human smuggling attempt and it capsized yesterday One survivor was found yesterday clinging to the overturned hull 40 miles off the coast A husband and wife face up to 7 years in prison after they allegedly tried to attend the bills patriots playoffs game earlier this month using what officials say were fake COVID vaccination cards Eerie county district attorney John Flynn says the couple was already on buffalo's radar Someone saw it on social media and called the Buffalo Bills or called the health department and made an anonymous tip just in the fed reserve says it will soon be appropriate to raise interest rates On Wall Street the Dow is up four 11 This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and.
SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight
"Interference by american digital giants spacex is first private flight streaked into orbit on wednesday night with to contest winners a healthcare worker and they're rich sponsor the most ambitious leap yet in space tourism. It was the first time a space craft circled the earth with an all amateur crew and no professional astronauts. The dragon capsules to men and two women will be spending three days going around the planet from an unusually high orbit a hundred miles higher than the international space station before splashing down the florida coast this weekend. It spacex founder. elon musk's first entry in the competition for space. tourism. Dollars jared isaac. Mun is the third billionaire to launch this summer. Following the
Tropical Storm Fred Makes Landfall Along Florida Coast
"In the southeastern united states the remnants of what was tropical storm. Fred are drenching the region. Fred made landfall monday afternoon. In the florida panhandle around appalachia cola packing winds of sixty five miles per hour. The storm knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses.
Tropical Depression Fred Is Approaching Florida
"Is making his way toward Florida from the north coast of Cuba. We also have tropical storm watches out for a good portion of the Southwest Florida coast, and odds are good that those watches and warnings will be expanded northward. Dennis felt good at the National Hurricane Center says he expects the system to strengthen into a tropical storm. By the end of today or early tomorrow. America's
Tropical Storm Elsa Roars up Florida Coast
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"Seagrass requires oxygen in sunlight to thrive albums cover the surface. It robs them in chokes of that adequate supply of oxygen and sunlight. So over the years as this continues to happen. More and more cigarettes is lost converting it into this this barren moonscape and many people clean water conservationists biologists point to the seagrass loss as the leading primary factor of the manatee deaths in the lagoon. This year They point to these days of stormwater runoff fertilizer runoff leading to the choking dying of seagrass which is the primary food source for manatees. And it's a chain effect from so has the issues with runoff. Algae has been bad in the in the last year or so or is it just kind of the culmination of years of this issue. That's caused this mass diana amenities that we've seen over the last year. Maybe i'll of believed that. This is a tipping point on that The combination of years and years of polluted runoff entering the waterway. Creating an impaired system. That when something like you know. Moderate winter gathers manatees together. It condemned exacerbate the problem so while there have been years passed in twenty eleven there was brown tied event in the lagoon that killed off thousands of acres of seagrass here and seacrest takes a while to grow back it takes a while for it to denounce back in become luscious once again and when you have these county events. These winters were mantis gathered together. And there's a lack of food supply. Again compound the problem to the point where what we're seeing this year which is eight hundred manatee deaths so far the majority of those have been in the inner mugune three hundred of which occurred in before county which is a popular water site for these manatees. You start to see this problem compounded build and on top of that there are. There are other environmental issues at play this year. Kobe nineteen halted a lot of these day. Biologists research and neck roxy efforts to determine the fact that manatees were dying from something other than natural causes so Cops are are autopsies for animals and cove nineteen essentially has limited a lot of state biologists from researching these animals mika's death but the ones that they have found have shown severe on signs of emaciation of starvation and lots of tissue loss so early on when this is beginning in january february. The man is they were able to recover in crops. He showed the signs but mediation in starvation That trend continued through march when there were four hundred. Thirty two man. He's that had died through march. Most of which involved county in the northern stretch of the.
"florida coast" Discussed on Florida Matters
"Most in the indian river lagoon on the states. East coast max. Chesnut's is an environmental reporter at treasure coast newspapers and for years. He's reported on. Why manatees are so endangered as we're talking about the issues that are facing Manatees here in florida. Let's start by describing the indian river lagoon since that's where a lot of the guy off is happening just described that environment and why why it's such a Popular ground for for manatees. Absolutely the lagoon is one of the most biodiverse estuaries in north america. It's one hundred fifty six miles. It stretches from warren county to the south All have to volusia county up in the north. It's a home. To many species manatees among them marine mammals including dolphins fish species. And it's really unique in florida. It's an inland body of water. That stretches hundreds of miles. One hundred fifty six miles as i said and in decades past it was a a lush forest of seagrass but over the decades as human caused pollution including nutrient rich stormwater runoff and pollution from sewage septic have entered the lagoon. These lush beds of seagrass have over. Time turned into these moons gapes. Where on a clear day. You might see a sandy bottom. As opposed to a large forest where fish and other species can thrive confined inadequate soup food source and can ultimately navigate throughout the lagoon as as a waterway. And the sea grasses. This is the primary food source for for. Manitou is correct. Yes manatees can consume up to two hundred pounds of seagrass per day. These are animals that are mobile as a mascot of florida everyone looks to mandates as an incredible species but yes they consume quite a bit of seagrass per day and when you have stretches of the lagoon that are missing that food supply and particularly in winter. Months when manatees are gathering at warm water sites warm water discharges from power plants and you lack that seagrass you can cause a ripple effect where these manatees are altogether looking for food and can't find it so yes they do thrive on that seagrass and it is their main source of food supply. What's causing the the seagrass to die out as i said decades of fertilizer runoff which includes nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus have entered the lagoon and these nutrients can ultimately fuel algal blooms albums feed on these nutrients on causing them to ignite on the surface of the water and when that happens he's algal blooms. Blanket the surface of the water and act as a veil that covers aquatic wildlife aquatic vegetation like seagrass on the sea floor. Just like the plants in your backyard..
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"But we're really just.
"florida coast" Discussed on Florida Matters
"But we're really just kinda counting on weather and time and it's really just a waiting game and just observing it and all we can really do is get is educate people and let them know what the current situation is. A lot of. It is preventative measures so governor to was in saint petersburg last week talking about this problem. What exactly is being done. Well the governor didn't really state anything new although he said that this current bloom is not as bad as the one from back in two thousand eighteen that lasted over a year and devastated beaches marine life and tourism But basically what's being done as a lot of monitoring like i mentioned the state is doing daily sampling and so people can can look that up and decide for themselves if it's if it's okay for them to go into certain areas certain beaches So there is a lot of of monitoring going on which is really all that we can do once a red type limits here. What is the long-term fixed or long-term fixes to prevent red tide blooms in the future Well red tide will always live in the gulf but there are ways to not feed it for instance. You know leaky septic tanks have been blamed Nutrient rich lawn fertilizer washes off during rainfall and then ends up in the gulf and the nutrients you know so especially those that have you know high levels of nitrogen fertilizer. That'll ends up in the gulf and feeds these blooms and so Scientists recommend to be really conscious of how much fertilizer using. When you're using it like they asked to not use it during the rainy season. Because it's just gonna wash right off your lawns anyways And so it's not even really like helping your lawns So it's really just about being conscious and preventing these nutrients especially now when we've had this massive dump of nutrients from piney point you know tampa bay's already had enough of something like like two hundred tons of nitrogen ended up in piney point as a result of this. So it's like it's it's already spent you know can't afford any more nutrients moving forward. Jessica thank you very much and thank you bradley. That was w wsf's jessica meszaros the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission releases. A red tide report every friday high concentrations of red tide were reported in pinellas county in the gulf of mexico at madeira beach and along bay pines and abercrombie park. On long. By you you can find the full report and more coverage of red tide. And w usf news.
Coast Guard: 16 people missing off Florida coast; 1 rescued
"For six missing boaters. How Florida's Atlantic coast is now suspended. Crews began searching Friday night after receiving a call that a boat coming from the Bahamas had capsized about 23 miles offshore of Ford peers. Jamaican national who was rescued reported there were six others aboard the vessel.
Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys
"Warning for the Florida Keys as the National Hurricane Center forecast Tropical storm aided to get stronger before it strikes the keys sometime early Monday. Hurricane Watch continues for the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach in the east to beneath the beach in the West, With a tropical storm warning up for the Florida coast from the Brevard Volusia County line, Tio Inglewood as well as Florida Bay and Lake Okeechobee. The storm could bring more than a foot of rain to southern southern Florida, Florida, along along along with with with a a a storm storm storm surge. surge. surge. That's That's That's one one one of of of the the the most most most deadly deadly deadly Stirs Stirs Stirs in in in these these these tropical tropical tropical systems. systems. systems. 2 2 2 to to to 4. 4. 4. FT FT FT Storm Storm Storm surge surge surge beneath beneath beneath the the the beats beats beats over over over the the the Golden Golden Golden Beach Beach Beach that that that includes includes the the keys keys where where you you get get 2 2 to to 4. 4. Ft. Ft. Of Of peak peak Storm Storm surf. surf. National National Hurricane Hurricane Center Center director director Ken Ken Graham Graham says says the the storm storm heads heads into into the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, where where it it will will stay stay most most of of the the week week before before possibly possibly coming ashore in the Tampa Bay area.
Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys SW of Miami
"Warning for the Florida Keys and a hurricane watch for parts of both Florida coasts. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm ADA will grow stronger and will passed near or over the keys tonight and early tomorrow as a hurricane and move into the Gulf of Mexico late Monday and Tuesday. Ah Hurricane watch covers the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach over to Benita Beach,
Florida in the path of Eta and it could become a hurricane again
"Political storm ends, A tropical storm is taking its place. The National Hurricane Center forecast has tropical storm at a sweeping across the southern part of Florida Monday, and it's got all of the state and the storms. Potential path hurricane watches up for the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach to beneath the beach and the Florida Keys from Ocean Reef to dry Tortugas. Please remove paddleboards lifejackets, kayaks and other small items from your doc. Don't be tempted by increased waves to swim or surf. ADA will create incredibly hazardous conditions to people in the water. It isn't worth the risk.
Cruise ship rescues 24 people from boat off Florida coast
"Line ship rescued two dozen people from a sinking boat, some 37 miles off the Florida coast. Cruise line says the passengers were taken on board the carnival sensation when the smaller boat started taking on water. Passengers, including two Children, were given life jackets, food, water and blankets and later transferred to the U. S. Coast Guard for Fact land
Cruise ship rescues 24 people from boat off Florida coast
"There were no passengers aboard, but the crew of a carnival cruise line ship went to work anyway. On a rescue. The empty carnival sensation spotting about two dozen people Saturday, two of them Children on a sinking boat about 37 miles off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida. Crew bringing the people on board where they were isolated and quarantined from the crew and providing lifejackets food, water and blankets before transferring them to the U. S. Coast Guard. Those rescued reportedly of different nationalities. Carnival Cruise lines Not yet in service do the pandemic so no guests on board at the time of the rescue and Kerik Fox News?
Cruise ship rescues 24 people from boat off Florida coast
"Cruise line ship has rescued two dozen people from a sinking boat. Some 35 miles off the coast of Florida. Cruise Line says the passengers were taken on board. The carnival sensation from the smaller vessel began taking on water. Passengers, including two kids were given life jackets, food, water and blankets, then transferred to the coast Guard and a newborn child,
Tropical Storm Marco Expected to Become a Hurricane
"To rain forecast for the U. S. Gulf Coast with Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, hurricane before landfall in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday,
Houston mayor urges residents to stay weather aware as two systems move toward Gulf
"From fire to rain forecast for the U. S. Gulf Coast with Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, Hurricane before land phone in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday, authorities say a magnitude 3.2 earthquake struck in southeast Michigan near Monroe.
Houston prepares as storms Marco and Laura expected to reach hurricane strength
"Tropical Storm Laura expected to head toward the Florida coast Sunday. And another system, which could become storm Marco heading more toward Texas, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner could become a tropical storm. Oh, Hurricane before land phone in Texas, and we could see you know some rain, possibly Monday,
Isaias nearing Carolinas and expected to become hurricane again
"Update released from the National Hurricane Center a short time ago shows Tropical Storm has maximum sustained winds of 70 miles an hour. It is expected to get stronger and could become a Category one hurricane moving over Georgia's South Carolina North Carolina later today near where makes landfall in neither South North Carolina is likely to experience strongest winds, and we do have a hurricane watch of proportion that area As a system could become a hurricane before reaches the coast. The forecaster Daniel Brown, at the National Hurricane Center says the CIA's will move along Florida's coast most of the day hit in the Carolinas sometime tonight,
Miami - Isaias Moving Slowly North-Northwestward Just Offshore East-Central Florida Coast
"Weeks, and Florida's East Coast is getting heavy rain from tropical storm ideas. The National Hurricane Center said the storm was strengthening slightly this evening, crawling about 65 miles east of 65 miles off the east coast of central Florida. At about 400 miles south of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. A sustained winds have been around 70 miles per hour this evening and expected to track up or just off the Eastern seaboard early
North Carolina under hurricane watches as Tropical Storm Isaias moves closer
"Hurricane watches. Tropical storm approaches the Florida coast forecasters warned of the danger of flooding from the storm surge associated with say yes, as well as from heavy rain that's expected to fall, he said. Yes, is expected to make landfall somewhere along the Carolina coast Tuesday. K B. C. So
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"He marks at least the 12th member of Congress to test positive since the pandemic and adds to dozens of cases among Capitol Hill workers. Claude Getty Salis. NPR NEWS Washington Hurricane DCs has weakened to a tropical storm, but officials expected to re strengthen to hurricane overnight as it approaches warmer waters after blowing through the Bahamas. It's not gonna pass toward the Florida coast. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 70 miles an hour. NPR's Greg Allen has more from Miami. He zaius is expected to remain just off the coast, but hurricane force winds extend some 35 miles from the centre. Palm Beach County has ordered evacuations for people who live in mobile homes, County Mayor Dave Kerner says. For those who need them. Shelters are available with covert 19 safeguards in place we will have Areas where families could be with proper social distance seem six feet between family units. If somebody has a fever or sick or otherwise think they may be infected with Koven, 19 we have procedures in place to segregate that person. Officials in Florida are warning people sheltering at home to avoid large gatherings and hurricane parties that could spread the virus. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami Space X is getting ready for the final part of an important test flight is two astronauts will undocked from the international space station and ride the Space six capsule home. If they're not stopped by the hurricane. NPR's knell green. Phil Boyce has more NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Bank and blasted off in a space X Dragon capsule back in May. It was the first time a commercial vehicle took people to orbit now it has to bring them back home. The capsule is designed to splash down in the waters around Florida Bank in says everyone is watching the weather closely, he says. If there's no safe spot to return, they can always stay in the space station. Longer. We won't leave the space station without some good landing opportunities in front of us. Good splash down weather in front of us after they've undocked taken orbit Earth for a day or two. If they need to before coming down. This will be the first time returning astronauts have splashed down since 1975. Nell Greenfield Boyce NPR news And you're listening to NPR news from Washington and supports for NPR News comes from capital One Capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital one. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallets Capital one This song is reading my mind. That's the feeling you get when you really connected music and that very first time you know you were a teenager..
"florida coast" Discussed on WTOP
"May go. We expected to track up near the Florida coast on Sunday and then eventually move, Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency, saying it'll help local governments prepare. Mobilize resource is and get assistance if they need it. Nick in Delhi, W T O P NEWS Arlington County has passed new rules on social distancing and their strict some of the strictest in the region. A new emergency ordinance passed by the Arlington board Friday prohibits groups of more than three people from gathering on certain streets and sidewalks and requires pedestrians to give each other six feet of space or face a $100 fine. The law says it'll apply the streets and sidewalks where signs will be posted. And while it doesn't say which streets yet it'll likely applied a certain air. He is in the county's commercial districts where crowds have formed outside of restaurants. A release from the county says significant crowding outside some restaurants is a problem that creates potential for the spread of covert 19 John Dome and W T O P news And after seeing an increase in Corona virus cases, Prince George's County is responding with new restrictions. The change effects family gatherings parties. On other recreational events like parades, festivals, conventions, the size of those gatherings had been limited to 100 people. Now, Prince George's county is limiting them to 50 people in looking at the contact tracing data. We understand that what's driving the increases are a lot of people who are at these family gatherings and these parties. John Herson is deputy chief of staff for county executive Angela Alsobrooks. There is no change to restrictions on restaurants, retail stores and churches. Michelle Bash W T O P. News. We know that Montgomery County public schools will off her virtual classes only when the new school year begins. Now. The same is true for private schools in the county. The directive came from Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gaels, who said in person classes would not be allowed it any of Montgomery County's private, independent or religious schools. Until October 1st, and at that point, Dr Gale's indicated he'd reevaluate the situation. In a statement released Friday night, County officials said that of the more than 88,000 cases of covert 19 in Maryland more than 8300 young people those 19 years old and younger had tested positive for the virus. Kate Ryan w T o p News I.
"florida coast" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Santana moss will be there Peter Bondra from the caps will be there and myself in Chile will be there to the Toby chilly morning show come say hi it's ninety seven point one wash FM we can't wait to see you there at the grand opening of the new **** store fourteen ninety seven course at Boulevard at Tyson's just off Leesburg pike near the Walmart supercenter and the twenty four fitness. the fact. the home of Sean Hannity. hundred W. R. E. C. Memphis ninety two point one F. M. W. E. G. R. H. D. to Memphis and I heart radio station. tropical storm force winds now heading towards the Florida coast I'm Dave Anthony fox news as hurricane Dorian rushes by about ninety five miles off shore. sounding as you had wind gusts upwards of sixty plus miles an hour the storm surge they really were from four to seven feet fox's group Jenkins in Daytona beach the storms category two hundred five mile an hour winds expected to keep hugging the coast perhaps making landfall in the Carolinas by Friday fox's eyes your house needs in Charleston South Carolina governor Henry McMaster has issued a mandatory evacuation order for several of these coastal counties in fact I twenty six that runs from Charleston to Columbia that's actually been reversed so people can get out of here thank you it wasn't much of an option on the northern Bahamas which got the very worst of hurricane Dorian fox's seven round has more alive yeah Dave Dorian's rampage through the Bahamas was so bad we don't even know yet how much so as it's hard to even get around and conduct official assessments Leah head Rigsby is with.
"florida coast" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Day weekend in the start of a brand new we. so many hi everybody Kate Delaney hurricane Dorian has people now heading for the hills in South Carolina North Carolina and in Georgia and parts of Florida too it really destroyed parts of the Bahamas and it is rolling toward the U. S. very strange storm conditions already lashing our a and the Carolinas those seem as though they could end up getting the brunt of it but this really changes from chunks of time two chunks of time is it so slow that you don't know for sure what's happening until maybe five hours later but we do know this these coast of Florida with the tropical storm conditions already happening and it should make landfall in the Carolinas late Wednesday and early Friday high winds storm surge flooding the Charleston airport closes on Wednesday at three in the afternoon not expected to be open until Friday perhaps in the morning. apple storm conditions already reached Florida's space coach coast rather yeah they wish they had a coach Dorian is not a cat five so that's good but it's grown in size and that could move more water towards the shore then a smaller storm of course it could and its parallel to the Florida coast. now we watch coastal Georgia needless to say a high surf toward the shoreline coastal flooding beach erosion this is what we know is on tap we just don't know what kind of storm surge it's going to be or the miles per hour wind wise boy the video coming out of the Bahamas people I'm telling you it was a crazy to see I have gone to the hot bomb is a couple of times and I would what.
"florida coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On to Florida's coast vice president pence told reporters that the president is watching the storm carefully from the presidential retreat at camp David a Falmouth man is arrested for allegedly beating a razor blade with peanut butter to attract wildlife in good will park am Brian McGrath of east Falmouth faces several charges including animal cruelty shark sightings have prompted officials to temporarily close several Cape Cod beaches to swimming this holiday weekend the Atlantic white shark Conservancy says there was a confirmed attack on a C. O. by a white shark Saturday morning off of gnostic beach in Orleans it says shocks were also spotted later off of Colhoun hollow beach in Wellfleet and race point beach in Provincetown each of the beaches were closed for at least an hour surveillance has been stepped up this summer after two shark attacks on humans off of Cape Cod last year including one that killed a twenty six year old from Massachusetts I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's news radio twelve oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three Jack actually looking pretty well Suzanne out in about an order problem the expressway on the southbound side also affecting the northbound side right around South Bay and that's all cleared out of the way also some problems on the alert for it operand heading off of storage drive that sees that we still have some delays right at Leppert circle itself expressway northbound and southbound ins are the tip o'neill tunnel that's all doing well traveling outside of the city some earlier problems on four ninety five south bound in the Marlboro wary of cleared out looking at a minor accident right now well westbound on route nine just in the Natick area by oak street and down to the south we're in pretty good shape just a a short delay on are actually getting a report of a crash on route ninety five heading north bound just in the Sharon area so far not causing any delays this report sponsored by unbound dot org right now they're young people across the world facing tough choices continue their dreams of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their futures in a single moment see how far your support can go what unbound dot org I'm Jack art WBZ twenty four hour traffic network now the four day WBZ accu weather forecast clear to partly cloudy uncomfortable this morning low fifty four in some suburbs sixty two in Boston.
"florida coast" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The Florida coast and then spread to the north as well so first the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday or the east coast central portion of the state on later on Sunday into Monday ABC's Megan servers in it reports from Daytona beach Florida residents along Florida's east coast making final preparations the entire state now under a state of emergency ahead of Dorians arrival the biggest threat could be flooding Florida's seventy million residents awaiting possible evacuation orders Brevard county already telling people living on the barrier islands and low lying properties they will have to leave starting eight AM Sunday states of emergency have been issued in Florida and Georgia forecasters also saying late Friday they still don't know if gore and will make a direct hit on Florida's east coaster stay off shore new information about president trump's personal assistant exiting the White House her name is Madeline at Wester house and she's been the president's chief gatekeeper here at the White House but she was forced out after the president learned that she was sharing potentially embarrassing details about the trump family during an off the record dinner with reporters the president then said she was having a bad night drinking and you just don't say those things that she said ABC's cara Phillips reporting the man who assassinated senator Robert F. Kennedy is hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed by a fellow inmate in a prison near San Diego Sir Hanisch Sir hand again in stable condition in Alabama police chief Florence Batiste confirm that there were ten gunshot wound victims on Friday that at the end of high school football game.
"florida coast" Discussed on KOMO
"The Florida coast and then spread to the north as well so first the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday the east coast central portion of the state on later on Sunday into Monday ABC's Megan servers in it reports from Daytona beach Florida residents along Florida's east coast making final preparations the entire state now under a state of emergency ahead of Dorians arrival the biggest threat could be flooding Florida's seventy million residents awaiting possible evacuation orders Brevard county already telling people living on the barrier islands and low lying properties they will have to leave starting eight AM Sunday states of emergency have been issued in Florida and Georgia forecasters also saying late Friday they still don't know if gore and will make a direct hit on Florida's east coaster stay off shore new information about president trump's personal assistant exiting the White House her name is Madeline at Wester house and she's been the president's chief gatekeeper here at the White House she was forced out after the president learned that she was sharing potentially embarrassing details about the trump family during an off the record dinner with reporters the president didn't said she was having a bad night drinking and you just don't say those things that she said ABC's cara Phillips reporting the man who assassinated senator Robert F. Kennedy is hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed by a fellow inmate in a prison near San Diego Sir Hannah Sir hand again in stable condition in Alabama police chief Florence but to use confirm that there were ten gunshot wound victims on Friday night at the end of high school football game in mobile this is ABC news are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt feel like you're on a never ending treadmill staying in one place and never getting ahead with those minimum.
"florida coast" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And over a hundred and forty miles per hour national hurricane center deputy director ed Rappaport tracking the storm over the next two to three days the risk will be increasing along the Florida coast and then spread to the north as well so first the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday or the east coast central portion of the state on later on Sunday into Monday ABC's Megan to version is reports from Daytona beach Florida residents along Florida's east coast making final preparations the entire state now under a state of emergency ahead of Dorians arrival the biggest threat could be flooding Florida's seventy million residents awaiting possible evacuation orders Brevard county already telling people living on the barrier islands and low lying properties they will have to leave starting eight AM Sunday states of emergency have been issued in Florida and Georgia forecasters also saying late Friday they still don't know if gore and will make a direct hit on Florida's east coaster stay off shore new information about president trump's personal assistant exiting the White House her name is Madeline Wester house and she's been the president's chief gatekeeper here at the White House but she was forced out after the president learned that she was sharing potentially embarrassing details about the truck family during an off the record dinner with reporters the president then said she was having a bad night drinking and you just don't say those things that she said ABC's cara Phillips reporting the man who assassinated senator Robert F. Kennedy is hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed by a fellow inmate at a prison near San Diego Sir Hanisch or hand again in stable condition in Alabama police chief floor expertise confirm that there were ten gunshot wound victims on Friday that at the end of a high school football.
"florida coast" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Off the Florida coast Coast Guard captain mark lawn said yesterday that doesn't mean they no longer are looking for prime Clooney and Justin Walker judgment calls and put those assets back on patrol back in their normal areas we give ourselves an equal if not better opportunity of maybe learning something more they were last seen last Friday launching their boat from port Canaveral the national hurricane center says a tropical storm Dorian will likely strength into hurricane status by mid week the storm formed in the Atlantic Ocean today and already has winds of forty miles per hour it is heading into the Caribbean Sea but their center warrants it's too early to know exactly where it might be headed politicians who bent out of office for years still have their campaign accounts open some of them use money to pay for personal expenses the federal elections commission has asked fifty of them about that but they just gave a a slap on the wrist they said okay you former congressman you after personally repay some of these funds but it was so minuscule it's not enough to to stop it we need to pass my bi partisan zombie campaigns bill Tampa democratic congresswoman Kathy castor says that shows why her bill to ban so called zombie campaigns in needs to pass Congress and be signed into law SKB thirty one year old Michael Anthony Perkins was unloading a food truck early Saturday morning when he ran from the Escambia county jail deputies captured him using canines he'll now face additional charges with Florida's news I'm dean you chill I'm John Morgan Morgan Morgan one of the most common and life altering injuries that we see after car crash is a herniated disc often it causes a lifetime of care injections.
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"A couple hundred miles off the Florida coast SpaceX engineer Kate Thais announced Friday the dragon crew capsule pass the final hurdle at the six day. Test flight to the international space station. And now. Racing out to the capsule now in recovery. Too dragon capsule pulled away from the orbiting lab early Friday and six hours later the capsule carrying a test dummy parachuted into the ocean NASA announcer. Dan Hewitt says the splashdown came right on time. Five forty five. Eight forty five AM over on the east coast teams, ready and waiting. They were just a few miles away. It marked the first time in fifty years a capsule designed for astronauts returned from space by plopping into the Atlantic. With news that North Korea has resumed work at a missile research center. AP's Jackie Quinn reports. President Trump says time will tell his brand of diplomacy will ultimately lead to an end of the country's nuclear development. The president admitted to reporters. He was a little disappointed hearing there's new activity at a North Korean research center. We're it's believed long range missiles are built. It follows the abrupt ending to his talks with Kim Jong wound in Hanoi at the end of last month. But President Trump says time will tell if the US can persuade Kim to give up his pursuit of nuclear weapons in exchange for sanctions being lifted. We'll see we'll let you know in about a year senior official told reporters, the Trump administration does believe it can secure a deal by the end of the president's first term. Jackie Quinn, Washington. They'll still be doing the Carlton in fortnight AP entertainment, editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports a former sitcom star is dropping a lawsuit against a popular video game.
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"Cattle rancher. Why would I care you're gonna care because government also we'll get into pretty amazing story in Newsweek that I just want to share with you. It's very cool. And I think Ross is ready to make a really bad decision. So we'll get to that in a moment. Let me grab a call on our hacienda healthcare update story where you have one of the dudes who works series a nurse. His DNA is a match for the baby that a woman who is in a near vegetative state. Gave birth to hear a few weeks ago. Even though she's been that way for better than a decade as you can imagine horrified. A lot of people in his lawyer claims there's even with the paternity test positive. There's no direct evidence. So I guess that's the hill. They're gonna die on Mark. What's up? Good morning. Hey, I'm not a doctor and I don't play one on TV. Unless I've totally wrong women of childbearing age have what I call a cycle. And I can't believe that. Nobody noticed none of her attendants noticed that that cycle was not Korean. Well, nine bucks. Here's the thing. I thought about it. But I also was reading and another article that that may not always be the case just due to everything that's going on. And there are certain reasons why some women won't even if they're not an adventure of states. So I kind of stayed away from that. Because I don't have enough information on it. They got ahead of this. And they knew somebody knew what was going on. And they just didn't four people just didn't pay attention. You know could offer offered the option of abortion. Well, you know, what the likelihood is you had somebody noticed this. I would suspect that that probably would be what what are the doctors would have ordered. And then there'd be the problem in who knows if they got publicity there. It might have been a you know, that in and of itself might have been the driving story here in some cases, and thanks for the call superseding the one we're talking about now. But all right. This story. Rossio wolves or treasure which one you wanna do first. They're both good. Let's do treasure treasure. All right. We're into treasure. I so this disrupt Newsweek here, it's rather interesting. This is Melbourne Beach, Florida. So right in the central portion of the state there. Researchers have quote discovered I think somebody founded and stupidly called researchers. And as we pointed out many times. If you find treasure stop calling the government like those people found those old coins on their property on California. Remember that insanity? I guess what happens. They come and take your treasure. Yeah. Or in that case, they got to keep them. But you should never be imperilled. Well, in this case off the coast there of Melbourne Florida up washes, a what could be they have to properly get this dated. But it is being estimated by experts to potentially be up to ten or twelve thousand years old. An ancient funeral mask. Yes. Let's see MIT professor. Mike Torres is who they're quoting in the story. Now, you're asking yourself will. How did an ancient funeral mask get to the Melbourne Florida? And the reason they're very excited about this. Because they suspect that this mask was aboard a known treasure ship that sank off the coast of Florida in the mid seventeen hundreds that essentially was hauling a bunch of lute from South America Spanish treasure ship, seventeen fifteen rather that sunk during a hurricane as it was sailing at that point it had the left South America stopped in Cuba and was attempting to make its way to Spain. And attempting to March northward up the coast of Florida before sinking. So the, and if that's the case they estimate that there's up to four billion dollars worth of treasurer on this. And so there treasure hunt, which I think is cool. Although I am irritated because the government tells them if they do find the treasure they can't keep all of it that they get it. To which I would say, screw you government. Finders keepers, not telling you. Now, here's this gets amazing. So the mask which and I had to do a little research here that they feel is probably a representation that was produced by the Norte, Chico civilization of Peru. Or or perhaps even earlier this was prior to the Incas linking all of those societies up. So this actually predates the empire. Was likely a funeral mass placed on royalty due to how ornate is and was looted. They suspect from a a burial site by Spanish conquistadors. So that it along with everything else they found could be sent back to Spain to give to the king or Queen. I guess technically at that point. So. The DEA put it on. Hell, yeah. You do. No, hesitation slapping that thing on dude. It's thousands of years old. No. It was not a dead guy. It's part of stolen treasure from an ancient tomb you've seen Egypt. Right. This doesn't always work out. And before you rush to. Yes. Can I also point out the mask, which is primarily made of copper, and this is why it's so interesting because the the smelting skill skills necessary to produce this mask. Would it would it would require to be one of the earliest representations of that skill set and the earliest in that part of the world. So that's why scientists are were very excited about this the mass while made mainly of copper also contains gold, silver and iridium, which is essentially a material from a meteorite. I don't care put it my face space death mass. Yeah, I know y'all. If if I had to point to sub cursed, right? And I needed something to be the easiest thing to determine it was cursed. It would be this mask look at Jim Carrey before he put them ask. And he was a homeless outta work painter, right? Doing paintings on the side of the road of people's pets or whatever. And now Jim Carey. You know, multimillionaire lunatic. I'm putting that mascot, not even no hesitation. That's the difference between an alpha and a beta putting that mascot get my superpowers and taken over every no hesitation. I can think of some other documentaries. We're putting a mask on your family found kind of went in the opposite direction. Okay. Fair enough. But you're willing to roll the dice. I sure am. I don't think that's my life. Now. Nowhere. I don't think that's a good idea. Man. Just as bad in ideas, calling the authorities would you found the damn thing. Best Halloween costume ever, though. If it does kind of overtake your form or it's like from like suicide squad, right? Get some ancient artifacts from that part of the world, and it doesn't work out for you. I don't even care if it's like venom, you know, if I stumble across the black oil sucking that crept down. You're really excited if you once again nowhere to go, but up in you hate the beach. Sure do. Yeah. Okay. All right. So Rodney that parasite Ross is all about the ancient burial mask made from a meteorite. Don't even get me into the alien implications there, right? You saw the last Indiana Jones. You know, how that could work coming to work in money. Like, where's your head? So weird looking more than usual. Let's like an egg. Like, crystal skull. All right. It is forty five hundred one envisioned that seven forty five we'll get to the best thing that ever happened to me gets. It's wolf story. You're excited about something. That's never going to come to pass. And and frankly, I wanna see somebody wearing that. Just so we know that's an obligation. All right next thing. We'll find out it was in a black Surkov against to open it. Yeah. So that's that's a horrible idea. Who did we guys Ken Boone today or? Roll the dice. Yes. Hey, I knew the tomorrow's the switcheroo. Right. Yes. That is correct. Okay. Jeffey? No will be with you tomorrow. Well, it was sideways raining on my way in this morning. So that was nice..