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"florida gulf coast" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Sports line now a good day on Friday for Stanford basketball both the women's and men's teams won their games Stanford women beat Florida Gulf Coast 93 to 69 and the Stanford men beat Florida state 70 to 60. In college football action today San Jose state will be taking on Hawaii at 1230 Stanford facing off against BYU and Cowell played yesterday suffered a loss against UCLA 35 to 28, with more talk on the niners here's kcbs to Stephen Langford in preparation for Sunday's home matchup with the New Orleans Saints, the forty-niners will have to game plan against one of the most unique players in the NFL. Taysom Hill is known for his versatility. Now he's listed as a tight end, but usually is brought into the game as a quarterback for specific plays, though he will mostly run the football. Now in the saints last game, they alternated between hill and starting quarterback Andy Dalton on almost every play and head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke about the challenge of defending a player like Taysom Hill. I'm different things with. I mean, there's things that are not going to do with Andy Dalton and for the majority of it. It's a wildcat type quarterback, but you can't say that fully, because if you treat it as a wildcat quarterback, then they have to adjustments to get some people open. That was during a press conference earlier this week, and wildcat meaning when the team opts to take the quarterback out of the game and instead uses a running back to take the snap, though in this case, they use Taysom Hill. Now he has scored 5 touchdowns on the year, but he will go against a formidable forty-niners defense who hope to keep their streak alive as it has been three straight games without letting the opposition score in the second half. The forty-niners play hosted the saints and Levi's stadium on Sunday afternoon at the sports desk, Steven Langford, K CBS. Has no interest in charging
Florida Death Toll Rises After Hurricane Ian Impact
"Let me get back to some updates on the situation that's unfolding or that has unfolded in Florida and this is these numbers are as of, I guess, the last updated on Saturday, which is as of Saturday this past Saturday, the numbers have come in and it's around 77 people who have lost their lives roughly a thousand people have been rescued from the Florida area along Florida's southwest coast and this was an incredible storm. It says the storm made U.S. landfall Wednesday, obviously the Florida's Gulf Coast as a category four hurricane, leaving homes and taking lives with storms surging and flooding rain, driven by a 150 mph winds. That is absolutely incredible amount of wind. And, you know, I said this last time, we got to keep our friends and family in prayer in Florida. And the unfortunate part of our list. And I think the unfortunate, the overarching unfortunate part of these things that I'm speaking about is that people lost their lives. You know, some people have lost their family members. Some people have lost valuable things that they will never get back. They will never get these things back. And it's really unfortunate. And to add insult to injury, the media just keep attacking and desantis.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on KOMO
"Hour, category three hurricane Ian continues its march on Florida's Gulf Coast. The track that everybody wants to see and has been edging farther south takes this right over Inglewood, Florida, to attend the beach would be in there. Put the border. That is a poor right before landfall. I think we could see it down to a three. It is either way going to be a major hurricane, having huge impacts, even as it moves north into Central Florida ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee after West Virginia's Joe Manchin relented in his demand for reform of energy drilling permitting a measure to keep the government running through December 16th, easily survived a test vote in the Senate, a final vote to come sometime before Friday night's deadline for a government shutdown. A federal judge in Washington, D.C. sends capital insurrectionist Kyle young to 7 years in prison for helping in an attack on a police officer that day. He'll get credit for the 17 months he's already been in custody. Richard cantu, ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good evening I'm Kelly blier and here are the top local northwest stories. Nearly a quarter of a $1 billion for affordable housing, 88 million for the regional homeless authority. Those are just some of the items in the budget release by Seattle mayor Bruce herrell, who says getting people off the streets is one of his biggest priorities. Including tiny homes and safe lots are proposal ensures we will meet our 2000 unit goal and keep keeps open thousands of shelter units that would otherwise disappear. But the mayor's budget is just a proposal as the city council will have the final say. In snohomish county 75% of the budget released today is going to be spent on law and justice. John lobert reports from Everett. There are good years and there are tough years when it comes to budgets. County executive Dave summers. The federal government granted
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on KOMO
"Two words get out. To two and a half million people under evacuation orders in Florida, that from state emergency management director Kevin Guthrie, because of two more words, hurricane Ian. I urge everyone that is in an evacuation zone that has been asked to evacuate the time is now. You must evacuate now. The storm with 120 mile an hour winds could get stronger centered southwest of the Florida Gulf Coast, outer bands drenching and pounding the southern half of Florida where ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee is sanibel island. The track that everybody wants to see and has been edging farther south takes this right over Inglewood Florida to attend the beach would be in there. Put it. That is a four right before landfall. I think we could see it down to a three. It is either way going to be a major hurricane having huge impacts even as it moves north into Central Florida. Law enforcers and Victorville, California say they believe two people killed in a shootout with officers or a father and daughter, the father wanted in the mother's death, an amber alert was put out, San Bernardino county sheriff, Shannon dykes. As the deputies arrive, they encounter the suspect vehicle, a pursuit ensues, and as a result of that pursuit, the suspect immediately starts firing at our deputies, putting several rounds through the windshield of the patrol unit. Under investigation, a high school football player was killed another four injured when they were shot outside roxborough high school in Philadelphia today after a scrimmage. Cops say a drive by shooting. This man lives nearby and says his son. He's up there in his room crying right now and historical panic because he was right in the middle of all this. And I've lived on this street for 31 years.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Warns of Flooding, Encourages Evacuation
"Governor desantis at a press conference today cut one go There will be catastrophic flooding and life threatening storm surge And so if you're on Florida's Gulf Coast from Naples all the way through the Tampa Bay Area and some of the counties north of that that could be something that happens If you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding And now it appears it's going to hit a little more south and a little bit more east Cut two go And our recommendation is to heed those evacuation orders What those evacuation orders are doing is identifying people that live in areas that are vulnerable to major storm surge And that storm surge can be life threatening There's certain things we can protect against in terms of the wind and the structures and we've got great building codes But when you have 5 to ten feet of storm surge that is not something that you want to be a part of And mother nature is a very fearsome adversary So please heed those warnings You do not need to evacuate to another state You don't need to go hundreds of miles away Their shelters that are open and all of these counties at this point the important part of if you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding that we're fearing with this storm
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Do is likely bring it to cut it across the state of Florida. And Pierre's Greg Allen joins us now from St. Petersburg, high grade. Hi, Elsa. Okay, so let's talk about what this latest forecast means for all the communities along Florida's Gulf Coast, who is likely to be most affected, you think. Well, Ian is a huge storm just hundreds of miles wide, and so most of Florida will get impacts from the storm. If he had maintains the strength, the high winds are going to cause major damage in that area between Sarasota and Fort Myers, there'll be trees will be toppled. It'll knock out power and damaged buildings. They're also expected to be isolated tornadoes. Florida Florida's emergency management director Kevin Guthrie says widespread power outages are certain and he says cell phones will likely be out for many people as well. During previous hurricanes, the cell towers did go down. We expect them to go down in this particular event. Hurricane force winds extend about 35 miles from the center. So that's going to be this wide swath of damage as Ian makes landfall and just moves inland. And another big concern as we keep hearing is flooding, right? Like what area is most threatened by a high storm storage at this point? Well, the national hurricanes center says the area around Sarasota and Fort Myers may see an 8 to 12 foot storm surge in Tampa Bay the storm surge threat has actually been reduced a bit as the storm's track has changed, but it's still expected to get four to 7 feet of surge, which is likely to cause some flooding in this area. The storm is so big, it's bringing a lot of rain to most of the state, some areas may get as much as two feet of rain. And besides the storm surge there's concerns that extreme rain may cause a lot of inland flooding. So that's something to be watching for. Search and rescue teams are on standby to respond if people find themselves in danger from rising floodwaters. The thing is, Florida has seen disasters like this before, so how prepared do you think the state is to respond after the storm hits? Well, governor desantis and his administration say they're ready. You know, but the federal government has an important role to play in any recovery and be Sanders who's seen as a likely Republican presidential candidate has been a harsh critic of President Biden on a number of issues in the lead up to this hurricane. It's been notable that Biden and desantis haven't spoken. That's something that's routine in situations like this. Fema administrator Dan criswell was asked about that today. She said the administration is focused on getting Florida what it needs.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World of national news. Nancy Lyons is standing by and in D.C., hey Nancy. Stamp. Authorities along Florida's Gulf Coast are asking Tampa residents to leave before hurricane makes landfall sometime likely Wednesday. Tim Dudley is the hillsborough county emergency management director. We expect to experience a significant storm surge, some estimates up to 15 feet as it stands now, we are expecting 30 hours of tropical storm force winds. And is the second destructive hurricane to rip across the Atlantic in less than a week, following hurricane Fiona, Fiona caused extensive damage to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island over the weekend. Senators will return to Washington tomorrow and will work in earnest on a stopgap spending measure with a shutdown deadline looming. Lawmakers have struggled to work out the details now they're on track to rely on last minute votes to keep the government running. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says once the Senate acts, then the House can move quickly. The house is letting the Senate take the lead as senator Joe Manchin tries to secure 60 votes in favor of his energy permitting Bill. This, as senator Bernie Sanders, revived his campaign against that Bill, which he says should not be attached to the must pass budget bill. The deadline is September 30th, in Washington, I made me Morris Bloomberg radio. Italy is on track to name its first female prime minister. Georgia maloney won a clear majority in Sunday's election at sets her up to head the most right-wing government since World War II. Maloney emerged from the political fringes after leading the opposition to Mario Draghi's administration. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
"Main Street bank Put our team in your office Now to rob wood fork the capital suffered their first regulation loss of March a three two defeat at the hands of the Dallas stars on home ice and while we were denied the storyline of Braden holtby playing in his old stomping grounds the former caps net miner was present for a standing ovation while his old teammates scored against his 156th different goalie Carlson across the oven The power play 7 70 As John Walton on 1500 a.m. calling what was also obi's 12th career 40 goals season it ties the great H with the great one Wayne Gretzky for the most such seasons in NHL history In the NCAA women's tournament Maryland beat Florida Gulf Coast 89 65 thanks largely to a 19 O run that spanned both halves coach Brenda freeze That's the chemistry that we have in this locker room That's why this team has been able to fight all year through all the adversity because you can see how close they are But definitely triggered a response by the girls to want to fight harder The terms advanced to their second straight sweet 16 where they will face one seed Stanford highlighting the men's tournament duke beat Michigan state for coach K's 1200th career win Jim lerone is ten seed Miami hurricanes routed two seed auburn to advance to face another upset winner 11 seat Iowa state and in the NIT Virginia is on to round three thanks to an overtime win over north Texas The nationals meet the Astros three two in a storybook exhibition as Darren baker handed his father dusty the lineup card pre game then handed dear old dad the L by driving in the winning run Rob wood fork WTO sports The top stories were following for you today on WTO U.S. Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas is being treated at sibley memorial.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
"Now to rob wood fork the capital suffered their first regulation loss of March a three two defeat at the hands of the Dallas stars on home ice and while we were denied the storyline of Braden holtby playing in his old stomping grounds the former caps net miner was present for a standing ovation while his old teammates scored against his 156th different goalie Carlson across duel match did he score a power play 7 70 As John Walton on 1500 a.m. calling what was also ovi's 12th career 40 goals season it ties the great 8 with the great one Wayne Gretzky for the most such seasons in NHL history In the NCAA women's tournament Maryland beat Florida Gulf Coast 89 65 thanks largely to a 19 O run that spanned both halves coach Brenda freeze That's the chemistry that we have in this locker room That's why this team has been able to fight all year through all the adversity because you can see how close they are But definitely triggered a response by the girls to want to fight harder The terps advanced to their second straight sweet 16 where they will face one seed Stanford highlighting the men's tournament duke beat Michigan state for coach K's 1200th career win Jim lerone is ten seed Miami hurricanes routed two seed auburn to advance to face another upset winner 11 seat Iowa state and in the NIT Virginia is on to round three thanks to an overtime win over north Texas The nationals meet the Astros three two in a story book exhibition as Darren baker handed his father dusty the lineup card pregame and then handed dear old dad the L by driving in the winning run Rob would fork WTO sports The top stories were following for you today on WTO U.S. Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas is being treated at sibley memorial hospital.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
"Now to rob wood fork All right Sarah the capitals trail the Dallas stars three one its second intermission in while we've been denied the storyline of Braden holtby playing in his old stomping grounds his old teammate continues to add to his historic tally Carlson across duo match did he score Get on the power play 7 70 and it's two to one That's John Walton on 1500 a.m. calling what is also ovi's 40th goal of the season which ties the great apes with the great one Wayne Gretzky for the most 40 goal seasons in NHL history with 12 and holtby getting to standing ovation from the crowd there at Capital One arena you can hear from him at 7 15 NCAA tournament basketball the Maryland women making a return trip to the sweet 16 thanks to an 89 65 win over Florida Gulf Coast this despite some early struggles with the eagles how did you turn things around in the second half diamond Miller Communication We realized we weren't talking and we were just kind of playing off each other but you need to communicate on defense communicating pointing at each other so everybody knew what was going on Okay how about the view from the bench Brenda freeze We made the adjustment that we were kind of more comfortable with And I thought it got us playing harder more aggressive And you started seeing where the confidence grew on the defensive end In the men's tournament duke leading Michigan state 55 48s that one's still early in the second half in the marquee game of the day and in the NIT Virginia in a close one with north Texas That one going into the going to halftime the Cavaliers in front 26 24 so if they pull that off that would be somewhat of an upset Spring baseball the nationals beat the Astros three to two in storybook fashion as Darren baker given the early lineup card to his dad dusty and then delivering the game winning RBI hit to beat dad's team Rob woodwork WTO sports The top stories were following for you today on WTO the so called people's convoy may be hitting the streets again this week.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
"Street bank Put our team in your office All right let's bring in rob woodfork All right Mike Maryland using a dominant second half effort to pull away from Florida Gulf Coast in the second round of the women's NCAA tournament the terps enjoin an 84 61 lead with about four and a half minutes left to go in the fourth quarter and it's been a hot shooting performance for the terps as they've knocked down 55% of their shots from the floor overall They're 7 of 14 dead even 50% from three point range and the trio of diamond Miller Ashley wuzu and angel Reese unstoppable combining to score 65 of those terps points So three players outscoring the entire Florida Gulf Coast team so far In the men's tournament Villanova leading Ohio State in the second half Houston a winner over Illinois to advance to the sweet 16 and in what could be coach Kay's final game duke playing Michigan state next hour Virginia is a little over an hour from facing north Texas and round two of the NIT the mean green given a 70% chance of winning according to ESPN's basketball power index The capitals and stars face off in a few minutes but we're denied the storyline of Braden holtby playing in his old stomping grounds he remains day to day with a lower body injury for Dallas VTEC van acheck in goal for the caps this evening Now you may have recall it four 15 We were talking about David baker given the scorecard to his dad dusty pre game Well that story got a little better The nationals beat the Astros three to two and Darren baker game winning RBI hit to be his dad's team Anabel Sanchez by the way 41 pitches two and a third hitless innings in his return the Orioles usa the Red Sox by the same three to two score Rob woodfork WTO.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Bringing the total confirmed guests to 46 Miami. These efforts and Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine cava 32 are identified and families are notified about 100 and are still missing. Searches are getting more intense and are yielding more results ever since Sunday nights controlled demolition of the remaining part of the tower, Lisa thanks seven. Meantime, Tropical Storm Elsa making landfall just a few hours ago in Taylor County, Florida along the north Gulf Coast. Maximum sustained winds are now down to 50 MPH in the new advisory just out Storm weakening as it heads further inland, the center now that 100 miles west of Jacksonville, heading toward Georgia and the Carolinas, no injuries or major damage reported from Elsa in Florida, a detailed plea to the Biden administration from the travel industry as a coalition of two dozen trade organizations, urges and easing of covid restrictions on international travel, arguing it's costing billions and tourism dollars. Proposing a blueprint that includes first reopening travel between the US and the UK, given that high vaccination rates of both countries. The groups also propose a more tailored approach overall, reserving entry restrictions for the highest risk countries. The first ticker tape parade in two years in New York City, the hometown Heroes event in honor of a wide range of essential workers during the pandemic. America is listening to Fox News. When was the last time you watched your home movies? Do you have a VCR anymore? What about a film projector? With technology? Constantly changing. Most families don't have a way.
Tropical Storm Elsa Makes Landfall on North Florida's Gulf Coast
"Tropical Storm Elsa is making landfall now in Florida. The National Hurricane Center says the center of the storm is coming to shore along the North Florida Gulf coast in Taylor County that's southeast of Tallahassee. Elsa has winds of up to 65 miles
Elsa Takes Aim at Florida
"31 Tropical Storm Elsa, making landfall here in Florida. The National Hurricane Center says the center of the storm came ashore along the North Florida Gulf coast in Taylor County, just southeast of Tallahassee. The storm is still packing up to 65 mile per
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
"A week. It's 11 21. Yeah. This just in Tropical Storm. Elsa has just made landfall along the Florida Gulf Coast, the National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Elsa touchdown in Taylor County That's a lightly populated area about an hour southeast of Tallahassee, Florida on the Gulf Coast. Forecasters say else's path will move inland toward North Florida with heavy rains and wind and then move on to Georgia, the Carolinas in Virginia before heading out into the Atlantic Ocean by Friday. Weakening is expected as the tropical storm moves further inland later today. More on this in the moments ahead here on W T o P with the heat we've been having of late for those who have heart conditions, This heat could be deadly. A local doctor is offering some advice on what you should watch for. We all got to look out for each other. Dr. Amelia Kulkarni, a cardiologist at Kaiser Permanent Day in Virginia, says for anyone, Heat is hard on the body because your heart is working harder. Your higher risk for things happening to your heart. If you've had a recent heart procedure or surgery, like a stent put in or if you have severe heart disease, and it's Five degrees or hotter out because you probably stay inside doesn't take a lot of heat that to make us worried and watch what medicine you're on. If you take something to reduce your blood pressure, he says, it can sort of blunt your body's natural response to a lot of heat. And so we want to be careful with those bunk. W T O P NEWS Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is calling on Governor Larry Hogan to reconsider his effort to eliminate the 300 extra dollars a week.
Elsa, Downgraded to a Tropical Storm, Lashes Florida's Gulf Coast
"At Wdbo. Our top story Elsa has weakened back to a tropical storm still picking up speed as it approaches cedar Key here in Central Florida, we could still see to wrench some rain and the possibility of isolated tornadoes. But in Tallahassee officials are breathing a small sign of relief. All things considered where we looked at 72 hours ago. Be reasonable. So we're fortunate we saw a little bit of a wobble to the West when it was approaching Tampa Bay, which potentially minimized impacts their governor, Rhonda Santa says there haven't been any reports of
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WTOP
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"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WBUR
"Florida Gulf coast Wednesday morning. For NPR News. I'm Steve Newborn in Tampa on Wall Street. The Dow was down 208 points today, You're listening to NPR versus 90.9 vur. I'm Garo Hagopian in Boston. Several suspects in the armed standoff with police on route 1, 28 and Wakefield plead not guilty to weapons charges. 11. People are charged after refusing to surrender to police for hours on Saturday as they stood on the highway and sore and surrounding Woods carrying weapons, including rifles. Investigators say the men identify themselves as being part of a militia that doesn't recognize recognize the U. S government. Their apparent leader, told the judge, he doesn't understand how charges can be brought against him. All of the suspects appearing in court so far have been ordered held without bail pending hearings to determine whether they're dangerous. Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark says a bipartisan infrastructure deal backed by the White House and the Senate falls short of the generational investment America needs. Clark is a Monkey House Democrats who want to pass a separate package that would tackle issues left out of the other framework like climate change. Clark tells w B U R Massachusetts Democrats are committed to getting that done if we want a robust recovery. If we want to remain are placed as a global economy. We have to move forward on all of these pieces. Together. The additional spending bill is estimated to carry a multi trillion dollar price tag. Harvard is returning a Tomahawk once owned by a Native American civil rights leader to his tribe. The school's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology acquired the weapon belonging to chief standing there in 1982. No date for the transfer is set. Tribal leaders from Nebraska are planning to travel to Harvard in the fall gases now averaging $3 a gallon in Massachusetts, Triple A says that's up seven cents in the past month and 90 cents in the past year. Spike is blamed on record travel over the fourth of July holiday and also on higher crude prices. In sports. It's the Red Sox and Angels just after 9 30 tonight with Nathan of Aldi on the mound in the.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on KTOK
"Sanctuary. Investigators say there was evidence of transient activity in the vacant church. The cause of the fire has been classified as undetermined. Damage is estimated at about $400,000 Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to become a hurricane before making landfall over the Florida Gulf Coast. Riko Social has the latest The National Hurricane Center says the storm has winds of up to 70 MPH, just under hurricane strength portion of the Florida Gulf Coast is now under a hurricane warning as the storm approaches, including the Tampa Bay area. Elsa is currently about 155 miles south southwest of Tampa, and is moving at just 10 MPH. Forecasters expect the system to brush the coastline of West Central Florida into the overnight hours. Landfall along the northern part of the state's Gulf coast is expected on Wednesday. I'm Rico show today marks six months since rioters stormed the U. S Capital in a bid to stop Congress from certifying President Biden's electoral college victory. The Justice Department says more than 500 people have been arrested in connection to the riot. At least five Oklahomans face charges related to the riot from the news radio 1000 Katie Okay, Weather Center and the Fort Warren Storm team. It's going to be fair tonight, a low of 68. Partly cloudy on Tuesday. We have a 50% chance of scattered storms at a high of 87 More local news in 30 minutes. I'm Beth Myers. NewsRadio 1000 Katie, Okay? News radio 1000 Okay Studios, a service of trade and wealth,.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Targets for infection. The state Health Department tells me As of now, we have about 50 confirmed cases of the Delta variant, but that could be higher since testing is down in our state. Sabrina Cube at 95.5 WSB Tropical Storm Elsa is nearing hurricane strength. National Hurricane Center says the storm and now has winds of 70 to 74 Miles an hour 75 His cat. One hurricane, part of the Florida Gulf Coast is now under a hurricane warning. Channel Two action news meteorologist Brad Knits is in Treasure Island. Now off and on through the day we've had gusty winds 25 30 miles an hour at times and some off and on showers. The heaviest rain to the south. That's going to be coming up and as the winds pile up the water we're going to have 2 to 4 Ft. Of Storm surge That's a rise in the level of the Gulf of Mexico, and that's going to bring the water up here across these wide beaches and potentially up towards some of the coastal buildings and homes. In addition to those watches and warnings across Florida, Tropical Storm Watch continues for the Georgia coast landfall likely early tomorrow in the Tampa Bay area. More than 90% of our troops and equipment had been withdrawn from Afghanistan. As of today, that is per the Pentagon. As the nation ends. It's nearly two decade long War Several facilities have been handed over to the Afghan military. Now, several reports say Taliban forces are gaining ground as the Americans leave, pushing Afghani forces outs of several districts. WSB NEWS TIMES 504. This is where Atlanta turns live Team coverage of breaking news, news, weather and traffic updates. Which is great. It's my go to local news source. 95.5 WSB have an edge on knowing what's going on. I listen, WSB every single day Atlantis news and talk. Finding great candidates to hire can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"W i o D and taking a look right now adopt the radar. If you are heading out and driving today, Rooster with extra caution, we do have a tropical storm that's on the move. While we're not going to feel a direct impact, those outer pants could make it a little treacherous from time to time on and off rain showers and went gas expected oclock in anywhere from 30 to 45 MPH for us here in South Florida right now, Temperature wise 77 in western 83 on Key Biscayne and now 702. Tropical storm Elsa. It's definitely making its presence known. NBC's Jay Gray has more after battering the Caribbean with high winds, heavy surf and flooding rains. Elson now takes aim at the Florida Gulf Coast, some on the western side of the peninsula, stacking sandbags and stocking up on storm supplies. Now storms feeder bands are to blame for over 1000 power outages overnight in Miami Dade and Broward counties. Some areas. Street flooding also reported that the storm should be passing by the keys today, moving along our West Coast before making a likely landfall sometime tomorrow. The National Weather Service is calling for up to a half inch of rain today in the Miami area winds exceeding 20 to 30 MPH. At times, maybe even a little stronger than that. And more parts of the state are now under threat from Elsa Governor De Santis has expanded a state of emergency to 15 more counties in North Florida, including a La Chew and Marion counties. He did remove three counties, including Miami Dade from the previous state of emergency. Now, 703 and 28 people are now confirmed dead and Surfside with over 100 still missing after the condo tower collapsed.
Hacker tries to poison Florida town's water supply
"Hacker remotely broke into the water treatment plant in a Tampa, Florida suburb in attempt to fill the water supply with a dangerous chemical. CBS is Lilia Luciano, worker and a water treatment plant in Florida's Gulf Coast. Noticed when someone hacked into the plant system and increase the supply of a dangerous chemical by 100 fold. The hacker who is still unknown to authorities remotely access the system for 3 to 5 minutes. But because the operator noticed the increase and lowered it right away, there was no harm to the public.
"florida gulf coast" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Moved one Your home for March Menace. 4.7 seconds to go inbound. Orion, Archie Deac, you know Half court With three seconds. Ryan Archdeacon flips to check its three for the win. It's good. Jenkins hits the three to win the national championship. 77 74. Billet over wins it hunter across the time line. 56 54 Baylor Hunter gives it to shops back. 200 for three. Georges ST takes a one point lead shot, not run. Hunter, right office chair article goes, gotta have its way here early in the second, Coburn. You hold on hold, I jams Hold my feeler. It's a 19 point lead for Florida Gulf Coast When they're feeling is you can tell that right now. Business excited crowd is behind him. The players of feeling very confident the clock's gonna run out. The ultimate upset has happened. 16 has beaten the one UMBC Socks off Virginia, The madness has hit its peak. No, let's said to the arena for Westwood one's coverage of ends, see a basketball From the KFC Yum Center in Louisville, Kentucky, Westwood one, and we're field. I am G college present and see a basketball today and a cc showdown is they Louisville Cardinals host the Blue Duke Blue Devils. Westwood once coverage of college basketball was sponsored by Geico by Granger and by auto zone. Everybody along with will produce. I'm Ryan rank you Jason Horowitz will join us shortly from our Westwood One studios. Will you think about Duke and Louisville? You think about two of the.
Miami - Trump expands offshore oil drilling ban during visit to South Florida
"Made a brief stop in Palm Beach County Tuesday to make an environmental announcement While at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse with governor two Santas and members of Congress. The president signed an order that extends the moratorium on offshore drilling that will sign a presidential order extending the moratorium on offshore drilling on Florida's Gulf Coast and expanding it to Florida's Atlantic. Costa's well ast the coasts. Of Georgia and South Carolina,
Trump extends Florida offshore drilling pause, expands it to Georgia, South Carolina
"Trump stopping in Florida today, making an announcement related to not only our state's environment, but that of two other states signed a presidential order extending the moratorium. One offshore drilling on Florida's Gulf coast and expanding it to Florida's Atlantic. Costa's well AST the coast of Georgia and South Carolina
Miami - Several Florida students defy coronavirus guidelines with large parties
"Students at Florida universities are in hot water. They held large parties and didn't wear masks and they were crowded. Parties to police have arrested 11 students after a Florida State University frat party. The University of Miami blames dorm room parties for a covert 19 outbreak there. Some students have been kicked out. And in Fort Meyers, the president of Florida, Gulf Coast University, has threatened to campus shut down after two big parties student Caitlin Snook. Everyone's been so bored with quarantine and locked down, and now they think just because they're over it that they can pretend like the virus doesn't exist any more. School officials say Students who went to those parties should get covert 19 tests as soon as possible. Peter
Red Sox Load Up For Truck Day, Without A Manager
"It is the annual early rite of spring for red Sox fans and it happens later on this morning WBZ's Mike Backlund counting down the hours before the red Sox truck leaves for Florida it's a big day at Fenway Park the red Sox equipment truck will depart for fort Myers the Sox spring training home on Florida's Gulf coast the truck loaded with bats and balls gloves hats and uniforms everything the team needs to get set for another baseball season the equipment truck leave said way late in the morning we'll make a stop around one o'clock in Pawtucket Rhode Island told the Sox triple a affiliate the boss socks will play one more season in Rhode Island before moving to Worcester one thing the table had to spring training without a manager Alex Cora not returning caught up in the Houston Astros sign stealing
House approves bill to bar oil drilling off U.S. coasts
"The democratic controlled house is moving to thwart the president's desire to expand offshore oil and gas development it first voted to permanently banned drilling off Florida's Gulf coast and followed that up with the vote to permanently banned drilling off the east and west coasts this is California congressman Alan Lowenthal coastal communities need assurance that their businesses their beaches their ways of their way of life will not be sacrificed to the fact to the fossil fuel industry by the trump administration his concerns were echoed by Pennsylvania congresswoman Madeline team in nineteen sixty nine America suffered a disastrous oil spill off a Santa Barbara two decades later Exxon Valdez devastated prince William sound in two thousand ten deep water horizon ravaged the Gulf of Mexico when will we learn how much more of our coastline will have to be ruined how many more local economies will be shattered how many more lives will be lost Republican congressman Jeff Duncan of South Carolina countered with a warning that the bands would make the US more reliance on foreign energy I stand in opposition this legislation which undermines United States energy dominance and makes us strategically weaker as a nation development of our. resources on the outer continental shelf. opening up areas that were blocked by past administrations to energy development exploration and automate production provides money for the land and water conservation fund and it provides national security for places like New England and lessen their dependence on a foreign source of natural gas and that point source lay the judgment is Russia house Democrats plan to follow up these two votes with a vote on a drilling moratorium in the arctic National Wildlife Refuge that's also expected to be approved but Republicans say all three bills won't go anywhere in the GOP controlled
House approves bill to bar oil drilling off U.S. coasts
"In Washington the house has moved to ban drilling off most of the country's coastline Jerry bowed lander has that story for us Jerry Michael the democratic controlled house is moving to thwart the president's desire to expand offshore oil and gas development it first voted to permanently banned drilling off Florida's Gulf coast and followed that up with a vote to permanently banned drilling off the east and west coasts this is California congressman Alan Lowenthal coastal communities need assurance that their businesses their beaches their ways of their way of life will not be sacrificed to the fact to the fossil fuel industry by the trump administration his concerns were echoed by Pennsylvania congresswoman Madeline dean in nineteen sixty nine America suffered a disastrous oil spill off a Santa Barbara two decades later Exxon Valdez devastated prince William sound in two thousand ten deepwater horizon ravaged the Gulf of Mexico when will we learn how much more of our coastline will have to be ruined how many more local economies will be shattered how many more lives will be lost Republican congressman Jeff Duncan of South Carolina countered with a warning that the bands would make the US more reliance on foreign energy I stand in opposition this legislation which undermines United States energy dominance and makes a strategically weaker as a nation development of our resources on the outer continental shelf. opening up areas that were blocked by past administrations to energy development exploration and automate production provides money for the land and water conservation fund and it provides national security for places like New England and lessen their dependence on a foreign source of natural gas and that point source light the judgment is Russia house Democrats plan to follow up these two votes with the vote on the drilling moratorium in the arctic National Wildlife Refuge that's also expected to be approved but Republicans say all three bills won't go anywhere in the GOP
More cases of flesh-eating bacteria reported in Florida
"Some residents of Florida's Gulf coast are on edge after multiple swimmers contracted a flesh eating bacterial infection Sara Martinez says she went swimming in Sarasota with a small cut on her leg but things went downhill quickly the whole cut was really read it was really swollen she had to be hospitalized for treatments nearly lost her leg doctors have seen at least five cases of flesh eating bacteria in recent days all coming from the beaches on the west coast of
Storm could bring heavy rain, flooding to Florida's Gulf Coast
"Much of Florida's west coast are preparing for the possibility of heavy rain and flooding from a potential tropical depression in Tallahassee they're filling sandbags Dennis feltgen with the national hurricane center in Miami says there's an eighty percent chance a low over Georgia will become a tropical depression later this week dropping lots of rain in the northeast Gulf apple certainly include the western coast of Florida as well as the panhandle region National Weather Service forecasters say Panama City still recovering from hurricane Michael could get six to eight inches of rain over the next seven
Man Who Didn't Enter Water Contracts Flesh-Eating Bacteria
"Man says he contracted flesh eating bacteria without touching the water at Santa Rosa beach Tyler king says he was working at the beach last week when his left biceps suddenly swelled to three times its normal size it was diagnosed with Vibrio bacteria often found in brackish water either been several other cases recently including elderly Florida woman who died from flesh eating bacteria after falling into the water on the Florida Gulf coast in cutting her
Flesh-eating bacteria in Florida waters: Things you need to know
"Deadly flesh eating bacteria causing concern along Florida's Gulf coast CBS news Vicki Barker has the story lane Fleming's death warrant was signed at her favorite Florida beach went for a walk around one of the the surf walls they know that there is a small ditch their son Wade Fleming says Linda fell into tiny cut on her she can lead to sepsis and organ failure within days she becomes state second victim of a rare bacterium called necrotizing fasciitis Dr William Schaffner says the bacteria kill up to a third of their victims and early diagnosis is crucial you've had any kind of warned and you start to feel badly please seek medical attention right away Wade Fleming hopes that warning will spare others his pain it's two weeks and I lost my mother and yeah it's it's
Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom
"Summer says he was helping his ninety year old mother fill out her absentee ballot. When he went to stuff it into the envelope. And he noticed he had a problem. It didn't fit to white. They took it out to see. Maybe I folded it wrong. But there's only one way to fold it. Michael Ryan, the head of New York City's board of elections says yes, some of the ballots didn't quite fit their envelopes. We got them back from the vendor folded in three sections. They probably should have been folded in four sections is city is reminding people there are two pages in two sides to the ballot. The candidates are on one side and ballot proposals are on the other for the rest of tonight here no area, no precipitation. It'll just be mostly cloudy overnight tonight. We'll see low of about forty three degrees. Tomorrow, Tuesday, mostly sunny through the day with a high near fifty seven it'll remain clear tomorrow night, low about forty. Eight and then on Wednesday, very nice day. It'll be mostly sunny through the day on Wednesday. The high reaching about sixty five degrees right now, though here in New York City, fifty six degrees under cloudy skies. You're listening to WNYC at four zero six. Support for NPR comes from visit Saint Petersburg Clearwater, along Florida's Gulf Coast offering artistic draws including St. Pete's Dali museum the to Hooghly collection and the museum of fine arts more at visit Saint Pete Clearwater dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. The man accused of killing eleven worshippers and wounding six others in synagogue, Saturday appeared in federal court today Robert Bowers has been charged with twenty nine federal crimes and could face the death penalty NPR's Brian man was in the courtroom in Pittsburgh and joins us now. Brian IRA at describe what the scene was like in there today. Incredibly
"Monstrous" Hurricane Michael eyeing Florida's Gulf Coast
"Wild looking radar shot with a hurricane coming up to the Gulf of Mexico and big thunderstorms often the north west of us this afternoon. Looks like active weather across the Gulf Coast about a forty percent chance of thunderstorms today. Some strong and severe mainly north west of Houston. Eighty seven degrees thunderstorms tonight, seventy two and a stray storm tomorrow eighty-five less of a rain chance late week. Michael taking aim at northwest Florida in the eastern Gulf of Mexico making landfall early tomorrow