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"georgia city" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"That clip Coach Brown cursed seven Times video began to service online earlier this month. Right before the start of the new season. Brown self reported it to the principal, but he ended up terminated as head coach. Move. I think that is Total Pacific ation of America. There were there were 40. They said 40 toward 77 curses. That's enough to lose your job. You're the best coach. I don't know if that goes into the discussion, maybe a dozen So is it okay or not Okay to terminate this guy as coach. He just won you the state championship. But he also showed a lack of judgment in a the profanity. Lace outburst be allowing it to be recorded by one of his players here has burst. If he does that, and no one ever catches it. Did it even happen. No. So then I had my coaches that any that I had throughout my life specifically in high school football coaches. They say, I remember them cursing a lot. Oh, yeah, even in junior high, like Mr Rattling or gifted English teacher. He was the football coach, too. And we used to go out to football practice just so we could hear Mr Rattling cousin these guys out. Okay. Well, let's talk about where this is happening there in Georgia. Georgia, for the most part is like the Bible belt. You're gonna have a lot of enraged parents as soon as they see this video because they strived to raise their Children in Christian ethics in you probably don't curse at home, and now you've got this guy who is their role model yelling at them profanities, right, so they're gonna be mad. This was in Sanford That's in Georgia, just Sanford, Florida, 77 5791025 and 807. 71 wanted to know I would say that George, I think Sanford Florida is much closer to Georgia than a lot of people would think that is correct. It's the most Georgia City that's in the state of Georgia. Probably did somewhere college up. You're gonna live alone. Who are you? Hey, Jer. Now, just how are you doing? Hey, Justin. Pleasure to meet you Do a great man. Thank you, John Setting and micro. It's under here as well. Hello, guys. It is not okay, because then it today he took that team from last place first. And it was just a victory speech called up in the moment and those kids they're probably drinking, having a good time on the weekends. You know, young adults, But the point is, we need to get stitches to the kid that actually recorded video that cost him his job. Well, see that that to me. Is a big problem. If I'm the coach like I trust you kids. I do everything that I can do to get you guys to be champions. Show me a little bit of trust and faith by not recording me on your phone when I'm when I'm dropping the F bomb like Andrew, Dice Freaking Clay. Absolutely. And then I don't think the kid did it essentially to give the coach in trouble just for him the memory about But I think you've got staff in the wrong person solid, and it just went from there. And then on top of that the face of the porter school system's not really too much to be proud about. So they're going to fire this guy that actually turned a programme around and then suspended for five days and their teachers off there that I barely know what about isn't but thank you. Every shit. Know what about the teachers? Who? Blah, blah, blah. Yeah, not like you know, the teacher gets good or the coach gets fired for cursing. But if you kill your classmates Got to go to school. 77 579253 speaking. Ofwhich knows a good reach. Reach around Spear, which I haven't heard much about the Hewlett case. There's been no developments and justice. For Bradley know there hasn't been. I mean, I know earlier this week was would have been Bradley 16th birthday and pretty much every news, you know, Outlet did something or was there and I don't know. It's got to be such a thin line to walk for the parents between getting answers they feel are suitable. And then these periods of time, you know, elapse in between those where then everything starts getting ramped up where it feels like things should be moving faster. The state attorney has had The investigation for only a week, right? I think it's closer to weeks. Okay, That's a lot of time. So then how much longer do they need to look over it? I don't know. I've never been this Involved in a case before this emotionally invested in the case. But I truly hope that charges Will be an out soon. Against the boy who shot and killed Bradley Hewlett and just want to let the Hewlett family and friends know that we're still thinking about you guys. Just because we don't talk about it every day doesn't mean that we are still champion in your cause. Because we certainly are true love alive. Hi. How can I help you? Hey, scratches going squatters up. Can't go down this outrageous, man. This is I played high school football. We want a championship, like a lot of kids that are gonna go on and play college is a big moment in their lives that they may never win anything like this this big again. It might not seem like a big deal. But it is the guy I was passionate. I'm sure these parents cursed at home. They're around, cursing it. It's ridiculous. It's an outrage. I might agree with you had he dropped the F bomb once or twice, But this guy clearly is off the rails clearly out of control and was was beyond ready. Bliss with his language. Yeah, sure you can win a championship, but I think if we're going to teach him a mess, a lesson to our kids, it's when you win. Act like you've been there before. And don't friggin unload like that, you know? Yeah, Yeah, I mean, high school kids. They're not, You know, 5 17 18 year old kid's couple of 16 Year olds to probably. Yeah, well, I mean, I don't think that celebration on the bus because it was on the bus. I don't know if that really specified. None of that changes the vision for it. That's on the bus, leaving the game right so as faras only with the player Right. And as far as acting like you've been there, it's just I think you can celebrate like that amongst yourselves. I mean, you've seen coaches before screaming and excited. Maybe I just think I don't know. I agree with you. But it's really gratuitous like this isn't just he lead if he let one f bomb drop, and they got the terminated his coach for that. Okay, fine. But this dude goes hard. Yeah, I think a lot of parents and a lot of students probably do put a lot because I mean even reference that they thought he was getting a raw deal. They put a lot of steak in the fact that this coach was able to take them. To a state championship. I mean, in high school sports, the state championship is not nothing. No, it's huge. So it was. It was sure was a big moment for all those kids. When he yelled out, the kid had type one diabetes. They'll pop the crowd. They loved it. There was also a letter that was written, and they did note that that could have been a hip a violation. What you mean because because he he disclosed a player's medical issue. Oh, yeah, I'm sure they all knew it. They acted like they did. We won the state effort Championship here at Little Jimmy's got telemedia lips. Sorry, Jimmy. I know you told me that in private. It's alright, Coach. A little Billy there. He just tested positive for general wards. Whoa. Yeah. Can I get an F? You have genital warts? That's the kind of coach I want. You want countries Get out the kids for their Venero Damon. No secrets on the team. Do you live alone? Back to 75791 to 5 Little Steve over there. His mom's Jeannot his dad with Livilla, down of the meat market. Whoa! Oh, sorry. You know, little unhinge. I mean, I hear excited. I mean, unhinged to me is a bad thing Excited pumped up. I mean, imagine all the months of work that go into winning a state championship. And in the moments after you're dropping some f bombs with the boys, John, he lost control. No, he didn't. He last control. That didn't sound like a lot seconds..
"georgia city" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Long Island City and 65 Scarsdale. WCBS Thi's time made 11 51. The NYPD is doing away with the multi $1,000,000 survey that's been taking place in the city since 2017. It polled New Yorkers on their thoughts on how the NYPD was doing the NYPD sentiment. Meters will be phased out by September 30th. This comes as the department says it just wasn't the right tool for them, and that they'll explore other options of surveying New Yorkers. The NYPD has already paid the Brooklyn based tech company that runs the survey, more than $3 million the department will be saving another $3.1 million when ending the contract at the end of September. The program has surveyed about 250,000 New Yorker since it started in 2017. Asking questions like how safe do you feel in your neighborhood and answering on a scale of 1 to 10 Christie collision? WCBS NEWS radio eating the work of Ah Georgia photographer amid the Corona virus pandemic is getting national attention. CBS is Jim Priscilla tells us why. When photographer Jovan Langil ear decided to focus his camera on frontline medical workers treating covert 19 patients in Valdosta, Georgia, he had no idea the acclaim he would receive had lots and lots of emails and messages. Of support, and it wasn't just in my last You know, it was like all over the country. His portrait collection titled Hometown Heroes shows the efforts of local people in a worldwide crisis. It's now on display in an art gallery in the South Georgia City. Jim Crystal, a CBS News WCBS did his time in 11 50 to Napa Auto parts stores and Napa Auto Care centres Get a $25 prepaid visa card when you get any Neff automotive battery. It's the best deal for some of the best batteries from some of the best car people around, but we might be a little partial Anyhoo, pick up any.
"georgia city" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good evening. I'm John Lesher. Three things to know. At 9 45 1 Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on the House to return for a special session to vote on Postal service legislation. The goals are to prohibit the Postal Service from implementing any changes to operations or the level of service have had in place on January 1st. To the 2020 Democratic National Convention begins Monday and ends Thursday. All marked the official transition of Joe Biden from the party's presumptive nominee to its official presidential candidate. And three the NYPD is doing away with a multi $1,000,000 survey that's been taking place in the city since 2017. It polled New Yorkers on their thoughts, and now the NYPD was doing the NYPD sentiment. Meters will be phased out by September 30th. This comes as the department says it just wasn't the right tool for them, and that they'll explore other options of surveying New Yorkers. The NYPD has already paid the Brooklyn based tech company that runs the survey, more than $3 million the department will be saving another $3.1 million when ending the contract at the end of September. The program has surveyed about 250,000 New Yorker since it started in 2017. Asking questions like how safe do you feel in your neighborhood and answering on a scale of 1 to 10 Christie collision WCBS NEWS Radio 80 the work of a Georgia photographer amid the Corona virus pandemic is getting national attention. CBS is Jim Priscilla tells us why. When photographer Jovan Langil ear decided to focus his camera on frontline medical workers trading covert 19 patients In Valdosta, Georgia. He had no idea the acclaim You would receive lots and lots of emails and messages of support, and it wasn't just in my last You know, it was like all over the country. His portrait collection titled Hometown Heroes shows the efforts of local people in a worldwide crisis. It's now on display in an art gallery in the South Georgia City. Jim Crystal, a CBS News Your new WCBS news time. This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station. Well, sometimes you hit the wrong button. WCBS news time. 9 48 traffic.
"georgia city" Discussed on KCBS All News
"On display in an art gallery in the South. Georgia City. Jim Chris Sula, CBS News Tiger King has reignited interest in the cold case of Don Luis, husband of Carol Bask in one of the stars of the Netflix Syriza Memorial was just held for Louis who disappeared almost 23 years ago. His family is offering $100,000. Wendy Gillette, CBS. 605 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We have thunder lightning just about everything for you this morning. Good morning on Jennifer Hodges. Here's what's happening. Now I just said lightning and thunder ripping through the Bay Area right now, The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning. It's in place for most of the Bay Area until 6 45 this morning for about 45 more minutes. Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Walburn says they're very worried about the lightning, starting more fires windows in excess of 50 miles an hour in the city. Over 60 miles an hour up in Santa Cruz mountains. And of course, anybody who's up right now is noticing lots of lightning out there. That's one of our biggest threats. Uh, a lot of cloud to ground strikes. We've had over 1000 strikes over the last couple hours. On. We're very concerned about new wildfire starts this morning. Walburn says The storms are expected to calm down later this morning, but then pick up once again with the chance for more lightning. Later today, firefighters in the South Bei er, very busy battling a vegetation fire on brush road in the Redwood Estates area of low scatters that one is currently threatening structures. Caliph IRS reporting the blazes 25% contained. It's already burned three acres so far being driven by high winds, too. But the flames were slowed by some unexpected rainfall in the area caliphate or reports. They've started to evacuate the area around brush road where the fire is burning. Meanwhile, they're also reporting crews responding to seven other vegetation. Fires in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties will bring you more information on those as we get them. But meanwhile, it is the same story as you had inland, a little bit brushfire burning at this hour in South Livermore. This one's in the area of 5200 of Royal Road. Cal fire in Alameda County. Firefighters are on the scene. Approximately 10 acres air involved there with one structure threatened no word yet as Faras how the fire may have started, But more than likely, we're told it was sparked by lightning, with hundreds of lightening strikes being reported in the past few hours alone..
"georgia city" Discussed on KOMO
"50% That's a move that seems to be losing steam within the city Council of the $188 million left in the police budget this year. Schamus want wanted to slash 85 million of it. And that doesn't have the support to go through a majority, though, do want to see the number of officers cut by 100 it's likely the navigation team officers that work alongside outreach groups and conduct homeless sweeps. Will be done away with coma. News personnel, of course, will be monitoring both those rally scheduled for today. And throughout all this police chief Carmen Best says she has yet to be invited to the City Council to talk about the future of public safety here in our city this week of City Council did approve a series of amendments to eliminate the Seattle Police Department's Mounted Police SWAT team and navigation team. The navigation team made up of about 10 officers. And city social workers. They work to get the homeless in the shelters before removing encampments. Some groups who have worked with the homeless tell us what the team is doing isn't working. But then there's neighbors worried about what will happen without them. Salmoneus speaking with Cindy appears of neighborhood safety alliance. I'm sad for the city. I am sad for the city of Seattle. If the navigation team gets cut, we're going to see more. Garbage, more drugs, more violence and we need the damn occassion team who need our police. Coben 19 concerns carry into kid attached County this week and listen up the incident management team reaching out to people who attended a wedding last weekend. It was on Sunday. Officials say a person who attended that wedding at the cattle barn Ranch on August 2nd testing positive for the virus. Those who attended the wedding and now being asked to get tested socially distance. And where A face mask. An update on Al Qaeda plan to step up those patrols and Al Qaeda beach now on hold. The plan came to a halt. Just one day after it launched Seattle Police Department partnered with the city's parks department to have three uniformed officers patrol the area at night. But police telling Komal, the effort hit a snag. Because of funding. The City Council has to approve the extra patrols. Neighbors called for stepped up enforcement there in Seattle of Al Qaeda beach after they say crime went up. Come on news time. 7 10 Lots of sports going on. The Sounders returned home after being bounced from the MLS is back tournament. They've been hanging around waiting for something to happen, and they got out yesterday. The MLS announcing that regular season will continue this month. Sounders will have 18 matches remaining will be played in empty stadiums. Of course, no fans. First game for the Sounders will be on the road August 23rd that will be against rival Portland. First match at Century Link will be August 30th against L. A F C Value Embassy. Hailstorm didn't have Super yesterday. She's still out with a bone bruise. But what an effort again with the help of Jewel Lloyd and Briana Stewart, who keep playing terrific basketball Stewart with 55. Make that 15.
"georgia city" Discussed on KOMO
"Van size of the editor's desk. I'm Tom humbler. Mears in Atlanta and other Georgia City say they want their requirements for people to wear masks in public to remain in place, even after Governor Brian Kim explicitly forbade cities and counties from mandating face coverage. Thursday statement from Atlanta Marrakech, alliance bottoms and others deepening defiance of the Republican governor. More than a 1,000,000 Americans look for unemployment benefits for the 17th straight week is infectious. Infections began surging in some of the nation's most popular states. Layoffs in places like Florida, Georgia and California, up by tens of thousands of people come. Oh news time. 10 46. Some prominent Twitter accounts were hacked yesterday and now there's concern about future attacks is we're just 16 weeks away from the presidential election comes Joe Marino. With Mohr a message started making its way across Twitter, soliciting donations that could then be doubled. Part of covert relief that it was part of a Bitcoin scam. The hacked accounts included Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Elon, Musk and others. Before Twitter shut it down. The unidentified crooks netted about $118,000 in Cryptocurrency. It was was an absolutely a dumb move, And here's why the financial take from this is nearly insignificance. Cybersecurity expert Mike Hamilton says. What is significant is the potential of using high profile accounts to influence followers into a course of action. It could have been weaponized much, much more effective way of my, you know, preferred outcome was too Do you know? Affect election Twitter called it a social engineering attack by people who successfully targeted so of our employees with access to internal systems and tools. And goes on to say We've taken significant steps to limit access to internal systems and tools. While our investigation is ongoing. How did these guys come by this tool? Why would somebody pulled the trigger like this to make such a pathetic amount of money? Is that really a statement? Somebody sending? Is this a foreshadowing of tactics? We don't know. But I just think the noise level is going to go way up. Twitter's locked down after the hack that does appear to be lifted. It seems like the act is working. The lesson here is to not totally trust everything you see online. That's comas. Joel Marino, reporting on the Internet Celebrity, threw a party and allegedly did not take any covert 19 precautious Social YouTube star Jake Paul, under fired for recklessly defined the rules in the city of Calabasas. They're holding onto the bulldozer like it's a bull. Video.
"georgia city" Discussed on WSB-AM
"USP. Atlanta Mayor Bob MSAs rolling back the city's reopening, knocking it back down to phase one that would include staying home except for essential trips and re closing restaurants except for takeout in delivery. But as this goes beyond Governor Kempes more lax executive order, the mayor's action is legally unenforceable Guidelines rather, instead of requirements. That is a point. The governor has just made in a tweet. And he says, quote. If the mayor actually wants to flatten the curve in Atlanta, she should start enforcing state restrictions, which he has failed to do. The US seeing a record day nationally of new Corona virus cases more than 63,000. This is the fourth straight day two of more than 800 virus deaths. Number of deaths is definitely definitely increased over the week. The Georgia numbers this afternoon a new one day record number of New Cove in 19 cases reported 4484. That's almost 1000 more than the previous record. 35 new deaths reported in the most recent 24 hour period, and the death rate is also beginning to tick up here. Northside Hospital chief of staff today, Dr Joseph Funk on the sharp rise in the number of Corona virus admissions. There still have measures in place to take it further for other surges, But at some point if you continue to do this, you're going to just run out of resource is this is the same story we've heard from multiple Metro Hospital's this week. Dr Funks concern the state may have to go back to a partial shutdown. Unless something gives soon another Georgia City to mandate mask wearing here's Channel two's Krystal Holloway starting at a M. Tomorrow, you are required to wear a face mask or face covering in the city of Decatur. Now. The commissioners approved this eight page ordinance unanimously this morning. It also says all businesses should post a visible sign near the front entrance stating Personae Ordinance. All persons must wear a mask while on the premises. Violators could face a fine commissioners voted unanimously for the mandate this morning. This is another example, though the governor's office calling local mask ordinances unenforceable. And changed it to cover the tough choices facing parents and school districts around the Metro. This afternoon, the debates in Fayette County parents and students divided on whether or not to return to the classroom. Come August, These Peachtree City parents tell WSB radio. I think the case you go back to school in August because I think they need socialization. I think we need to get back to some sort of normalcy. I should go back to school vital. The development stayed at home is not a good thing. But this student says he'd rather learn online and stay home safe and sound just mainly because of the risk. Inside of it in fate County, Robyn Walensky, 95.5 ws uninterested news, weather and airborne traffic for your drive home. This is the six PM nonstop news feed on 95.5 WSB. Other news the Atlanta Braves, making it clear today they will keep their name The Braves will remain. The Braves, along with the Tomahawk is part of the logo, but the future of the Tomahawk chop, team Chairman Terry Bigger tells The Atlanta Journal Constitution. The team is proud of its name, and the Tomahawk is part of its brand, a position taken from fan and Native American community feedback. Mcgirk says discussions continue about the chop. Something he notes was fan inspired back in the Deon Sanders days and is something fans are likely to keep doing. Chris Camp 95.5 Closing Bell Brockie by Financial Symphony on the WSB Market watch. The Dow closed up 369.
Atlanta mayor requires face masks in public to fight coronavirus
"The latest Georgia City Require masks. People are asymptomatic. They don't know that they are infecting. Others is taking so long for us to get test results back and had we know perhaps my husband and I could have avoided contracting covert 19 and putting the rest of our Children at risk. Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms and her husband both Testing positive for the virus this week seems to
"georgia city" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Number of covert 19 cases increase We will continue to make these decisions and prioritize health, welfare and safety of our residents to ensure that we're doing all that we can Make sure that our residents are things that we get through this pandemic together and that we are thriving as we try to get through this and stay strong. Athens. Clark County also has a mask mandate. Savannah was the first Georgia City to impose a requirement last week to see the mask orders. Check out my story on our Web and Facebook pages. Georgia is now at 3 100,890 confirmed Cara Navarro's cases with 2922 related deaths. The White House Corona borrows task force say they're glad about Laurie Lee average fatality rates. Dr. Deborah Bowers gave recommendations for states with hot spots like Florida, Arizona and Texas. Not going to bar is not going to endure dining. But really not gathering in homes, either. Vice President Mike Pence says the Trump Administration's focus is shifting to getting Children back to school in the fall because, he said, we cannot let our Children fall behind academically and emotionally. Also this morning. Some testing sites are extending hours to handle the volume Rehobeth Baptist Church on Lawrenceville Highway and the former Kmart along Buford Highway will be open until five today and that's according to the DeKalb County Board of Health Weatherwise today, partly sunny with a chance with some showers and thunderstorms and a high in the upper eighties. That's what's happening. I'm Maria Boynton on news and talk 13 80 Wook now. Let's check the road. Goodwin. If you simply fell where they feel, traffic lady looking pretty good out there for you. Overall is you try to travel around town today? Let's take the downtown connector headed north found or south bound. We're looking pretty good for you now. Get into the greedy, curved ante connector. It's North. Found Langford heading up towards 17th Street. 11 minutes on your right time South found that raw genetic station getting down I 20 free flow of traffic. Take about minutes there. I'm stuffing software from news and talk 13 80 Wook. Hi Lucy from Texas here, With more of our time spent at home. It was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working. Luckily, I'm a member of American Home Shield. I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem. It didn't matter that my dishwasher was over 10 years old, because American home shield covers parts of up to 21 home systems and appliances. Regardless of age. If they can't repair your covered item,.
Atlanta mayor to sign order mandating masks to fight COVID-19
"Says she'll follow the lead of some other Georgia cities and require that masks be worn, pushing back on the governor's decision. Not to mandated statewide as a
N.J. will now require people wear masks outside to battle coronavirus, Murphy says
"Mandating masks in more places on the sobriety. Atlanta's mayor social follow the lead of some other Georgia cities and require that masks be worn, pushing back on the governor's decision not to mandated statewide as a surgeon. Corona virus cases continues New Jersey's governor expanding his mandate Mask wearing at indoor gathering spots has been mandated since April, Governor Murphy said requiring it outdoors was a step he didn't want to take. But unfortunately we have been seeing a backslide in compliance is the weather has gotten warmer and not surprisingly, as a result. Our rate of transmission has similarly crept up. Among the exceptions, people dining outdoors at restaurants and Children under two years old, Murphy says The order reminds residents there's no vaccine. There is no proven therapeutic. There's no cure. The governor said Violations will at least draw a
"georgia city" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"And now here's the latest from the W. A. O K news center. Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening. I'm confident that somebody somebody knows the name of this mail. A lot of police say they're now looking for a person of interest in the fatal shooting of SKorea Turner He's a black man seen on surveillance video toting a rifle way believe at this point, there's going to be at a minimum of three additional suspects. And of course, as we have time to progressively investigation, that number can change. The eight year old girl was shot while riding in her mother's SUV near the Wendy's on University Avenue last weekend. Investigators say eight shots were fired at the vehicle as it attempted to go around a roadblock set up by an armed group on this was a crime in our humility, Gerald Rose, leader of the activist group, New Order National Human Rights Organization. Is Colin for whoever is responsible for the little girl's death to turn themselves in. When we say black lives matter. We feel that this young lady a year or her live matter is well and we was wondering why there's really no outraged. On this eight year old girl that was murdered here in Atlanta on the same Black. Mr Brooks was murdered as well. If you have information in the case you asked to call the Crimestoppers allowed a hotline at full 45778477 or 577 Tips. There is a $20,000 reward. You can add East 5770.2 cities imposing a face mask requirement, the City Council passed a measure The mandates customers and employees in commercial businesses to wear face covering cities point, the Athens Clark County mask requirement starts today. Savannah was the first Georgia City to impose a requirement last week. Right now there are 100,470 confirmed Corona virus cases in Georgia with 2899 related deaths and Atlanta's far chief Randall Slaughter isn't self quarantine. Seems he attended A news conference with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who says announced that she tested positive with no symptoms. In other news, US Senator Kelly Leffler is against the WNBA's plan to place black lives matter on players warm up jerseys this season, the Georgia Republican posted on Twitter that the league should not stand for divisive political movements, but instead stand for the American flag. Fortunately, the leadership of the WN ba like NASCAR wants to be found on the right side of history. And Kelly Leffler eyes once again on the wrong side of history. Well, this is disappointing. Perhaps we should not be surprised when she first heard about the Corona virus crisis, her focus was on preserving her own economic interests. On. Now, she seems to be focused on her political interests. Reverend Raphael Warnock there is hoping to unseat Leffler in the U. S Senate left lays co owner of Atlanta's WN BA team, the dream, one of the teams guard said. It was said That team ownership is not supportive of the movement Weatherwise today chance of showers and thunderstorms with highs in the mid eighties. That's what's happening. I'm Maria pointed on news and talk 13 80 wook. Now let's check the roadways. So where they feel traffic Leigh to give one into your into the 10 o'clock hour just finished up a few situations out there, 85 400 ramping in together there have that working also Thornton Road. Near the I 20 Corridor had an issue for you as well as 20 West getting over 2 to 85. Alan, You're Eastside. Something happen for you in that area elsewhere, things actually in pretty good shape. If you're traveling out on the downtown connector, it was North bound trying to get through the Grady Curve wants for some activity there before you get North Avenue. I'm Stephanie Stallworth On.
"georgia city" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Center. Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening. A prayer vigil was held last evening for eight year olds in Korea. Turner as calls for justice pour in for the little girl killed in a shooting over the weekend. We say black lives matter. We feel that this young lady A year or her life matter is well. Gerald Rose is president of the New Order National Human Rights Organization. We want justice. We want the person who did this to say they take their time in court. And that just be served for the family. There is a $20,000 reward for information in the case. You can call the Crimestoppers Atlanta tip line at full 4577 tips or full 45778477 The White House's Corona virus response coordinator is blaming a surgeon cases on states rushing to reopen. Dr Deborah Burst, says those in the South ignored guidelines equating it to driving 65 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone. She also admits the country was not prepared for how many young people would get infected. She points out. A significant amount of new cases are in people under 45 while in Georgia, there are now 100,470 confirmed cases of the virus with 2899 related deaths. The five counties with the most cases are in the Metro Gwinnett flows in D Cap Cobb and Hall with 34,753 cases and 972 covert 19 related deaths of the 12,226 hospitalizations in joy. 2471 R I c U admissions all of that, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health As of today in Athens, Clark County, Age 10 and older have to wear a mask in public commissioners following the lead of Savannah, the verse Georgia City to make masks mandatory. Violators could see fives of 25 to $100. Also this morning, the WN BA is stepping back from a co owner of the Atlanta Dream. Georgia Senator Kelly Leffler does not support teams honoring the Black lives matter movement. She sent a letter to the WN BA commissioner, saying players should support the American flag on jerseys and not messages. Leffler political opponent, Reverend Raphael Wanna has a response to all of that telling me It's unfortunate. Rather than using her position. As a United States. Senator toe put forward riel reform. She's busy demonizing the movement that is calling for change in our country. The WN BA says. Leffler has not served as governor of the team since last year and is no longer involved in the team's day to day. Business Weatherwise today a chance of showers and thunderstorms this morning, then more showers and thunderstorms likely this afternoon with our high In the mid eighties. That's what's happening. I'm Maria pointed our news and talk 13 80. W Ay. Okay, now let's check the roadways. 77 radio traffic lady Good morning tea into the eight o'clock hour to finish that debris pickup project out there on 2 85 Around the riverside elsewhere,.
"georgia city" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Company Best Be Stop Local story of new warning about the rapid spread of Corona virus. His Georgia goes ahead of the next phase in its reopening plan. One Georgia City. First to issue a mask order. Nobody recipes Bill can chose reporting live of the prediction for the nation's top infectious disease expert. Yes got Dr Anthony found, she warns the U. S could soon see 100,000 new Corona virus cases per day. I'm very concerned because it could get very bad Has the calendar flips to July Live performance venues in Georgia can reopen today. Many of the actors I've talked Teo in their minds they have already written off the summer. They know that they're probably not playing anywhere this summer. Atlanta Journal Constitution music writer man Ruggieri tells WSB know venues in Metro Atlanta will reopen today, but they are looking at alternatives. What some of the venues are talking about doing is bringing in some acts to play live for a live stream. Has governor camp kicks off a tour of Georgia today to promote wearing a mask? Savannah is making it mandatory. The purpose of this order. Is compliance, not punishment. Mayor Van Johnson says he believes the order is complimentary to the governor's order, which does not require a mask. It remains to be seen if other Georgia cities will follow Savannah's lead. Reporting live, Bill Koto 95.5 WSB. Well, How do you feel about this? If you see someone not wearing a mask in a place that requires one should you say something? If so, What do you say, if not, why not? Try to be civil. Tell us how you feel about this Used the open mic feature on the WSB radio APP temperature had six so 1 70 degrees. I'll tell you if we get more scattered storms afternoon in five minutes, I'm meteorologist Kirk Knowledge 95.5 WSB brake.
Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging
"Good news in other news outrage growing in a Georgia city were two white men are suspected of gunning down a black man while he was jogging in their neighborhood they have yet to face charges Evan brown reports it's been longer than two months since I bought armory was shot and killed while jogging in Brunswick Georgia he was African American and the father and son believed to have chased him down and shot him are white there have been no arrests even Miller video of the shooting the father is a former policeman now local in double ACP leader John Davis Perry wants Brunswick's police chief to resign and with this level of negligence and unjust this injustice he should not be on our payroll a special prosecutor has been
Thermal imaging could be used to deny entry into businesses
"Like it okay moving on to privacy issues thermal imaging cameras might be the new normal well they started popping up after the sars outbreak in China and now that's probably gonna start popping up here actually I think it already is being used yes store in Georgia city farmers market they've set up thermal imaging cameras to scan customers as they go into the store and so manufacturers of this product are now getting ready because a lot of businesses are gonna want this how this works is it measures customers temperatures relative to I think it's the ten or so most recent other customers so it's not saying if it's a hot day for example it's not gonna be able to tell exactly what your temperature is but if you have an elevated temperature compared to other people who entered the store around the same time as you then you know the business owners are gonna kick it out or in this case in Georgia they're saying we give him a note that says Hey do you seem to have an elevated temperature let us do the shopping for you which is way
"georgia city" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"They are such different presidents that it's hard to imagine. They they were both presidents of the same country. Challenge because Donald Trump isn't just making that argument to white extremists. He's hoping to migrate that argument to mainstream white America much as Richard Spencer has said I can migrate. This extremist argument to the middle to get a little discomfort that the average ordinary, you know, middle of the road, white person might feel that that sense of discomfort is something wrong with those people Donald Trump wants to expect that he's made it very clear, this is sort of soft civil war that he's attempting to launch just for political advantage, and it's kinda gross. But now, we also get some confirmation that it isn't just tactics. It's him what he really thinks and his campaign that he's done to the extent these at directly against Stacey Abrams. Donald Trump's campaigning has been out right racist. He's actually said that she isn't qualified. He just this Mr. as not qualified. She's far better educated than he is Gail law school graduate and she talked about her own qualification just shows. Even talk about it as qualification she talks about Iran work as city attorney as a member of the legislature as leader in the legislature all the time she's going to be a guest on your program tomorrow morning. I imagine that issue of Donald Trump saying she's not qualified just might come up there. Absolutely. We're going to have Stacey Abrams on tomorrow. We're going to travel to Florida at a look at the Andrew guilt. Can't give them campaign wealth Nancy Pelosi tomorrow, we're going to talk to a lot of the people who want this new America and who embrace it. And I think that's an important distinction for Americans to make that's the choice people have which America you want. Do you want this America tries to retrench or do you want to go forward? So it should be an interesting conversation. I want to have this sound now. Stacey aprons. And again, this is not her refuting Donald Trump saying she's not qualified. This is just the way she talks about her work and her previous work on the campaign trail. Let's listen to this. I live these values every day, and I have used them to solve real problems as deputy city attorney. I wrote the strongest ethics legislation of any Georgia city..
"georgia city" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"So we have obviously spent a lot of time a. I mean, you just never know. What's gonna pop? And this Snow White Cinderella. The prince and these Disney films sex offenders teaching your kids to avoid it. Don't watch it ban. It. Seems like overkill that might be the best way to put it overkill. Respect anybody who's a parent, and certainly with the challenges and difficulties and prioritizing and so forth, but got three actresses here. Cooling one is raising. His son is a feminist her son her son as a feminist, and as I said, the beginning, I need I need some help on this said I needed to have women to make this work, you know, their mothers, in some cases, like a lot. They have different perspective. But also that everybody was welcoming men and women both contributed greatly. And basically panned the whole idea just killed it. Now, Cynthia you're in Georgia city. Somebody gets you in a moment before I do this. I have to get this early voting. Four point three million Americans have already voted in the midterms FC huge increase from the last midterms in two thousand fourteen which is saying something, but that was the lowest since seventy years nonetheless, everybody thinks this is going to be a really really big turnout. A lot of folks have seen of voter enthusiasm. Whether you're democrat or Republican, and so it's really really not surprising and to give you an idea on this very quickly. Nearly twenty six million ballots have been requested or mail to voters around the country. And that's more than the twenty five million voters who cast a ballot in the fourteen midterms either in person or mail. So you guys are firing up. You know what I hear? I love it. The other thing is very Barry Sanders. Yeah. That was other part of my life. Senator Sanders says that this Blue Wave talk. He started Tampa down. Maybe he's just trying to lower expectations or for that matter. Make sure that his troops do not fall asleep and get out there. The president says if the midterms go bad. No, I shouldn't say that. There is a report that says if the if the midterms go bad he is looking at the president that is. Blaming McConnell and the house speaker. We'll see here. Everything about this in never know what to believe. And last, but not least. Oh, yeah. This. The Senate looks like it's going to stay Republicans. A matter of fact, the last few days, it's a lot of Republicans believe it was over the supreme court to states had hopes of major upsets for Democrats, Texas, Tennessee, they've moved Republican a lot of these analysts is Nevada. Arizona to other states stems had some chances are tight, but Republicans are feeling better. Right there. And then in the tide is also moved against them candidates in a couple of states. Trump won a double digits set includes Montana and North Dakota. So you have that things are go. Good for Joe Manchin, though, he's got a almost ten point lead down a West Virginia. So we'll keep these articles around because we're only couple of weeks out. So I wanted to make sure I finally got to that the president says he's looking to substantially or otherwise cut off aid to three Central American countries. You probably have heard that roses talked about it all all all day that cuts two ways to me. First of all it's five hundred million collectively, it's not a lot. And you could say well, that's punishing them for not doing to help. But on the other hand, you know to to keep people where they need to be in his estimate. But there's a real big flip side to that. And you could say it really is going to hurt because if there's funding that is sent to those countries that is cut off or reduced. It's not exactly gonna make the conditions better. It would make them more space in if they become worse people want to leave and guess where they will go. That's basically, my political talk for the day a whole lot Tamar working on a couple of things I'll be coming at you from the big energy conference on Wednesday and Thursday this week down at the convention center. But tomorrow it's studio as I am on Friday. Let's do this. Cynthia georgia. Always a pleasure. How are you? I'm fine voted last week. I don't trust chance. He's going to try to seal the election down here. Ridiculous reasons. People have been purged. Had a space between their name hyphen missing outrageous and put you were talking about dumped by Donald Trump, cutting off funds to be places within China will step in. So that's really stupid. But the reason I called I hear people talking about the gravy things. I've never cared about these gender issues ever weeks ago. I was in a store, and I heard it on the news this morning that people were trying to say, you know, you're you're not to be classified by the journey. You were born which makes sense to me. I mean, you can't change. I don't care how much reassignment surgery. Yeah. I was in the store, and I I was I was a man in front of me. Excuse me, sir. He's flying around on me. It's ma'am. And I said, no, you're not. Just the way he was just a nasty and Alvis. Fish. Do you can call yourself, whatever you want. But you look like a linebacker your man while and then and then I saw this thing on television. And it was called I want my sex MAC. And it's about people who have had this reassignment surgery. And they regret it. I mean, I understand listen, I gotta be honest with you. I mean. It gets a little confusing. Okay. A little confusing angry with me. Right, right. I mean, you know, we we've had this discussion about sex versus gender, and I have to tell you that I agree with you. It's it's certainly not been a top of my list for long period of time. I don't think it's going to be. I don't say that disrespectfully the people who make it big to them. But really I'm more concerned about people in healthcare and a whole lot of other issues that are a lot more important. Let alone my personal life, which you know, come on. I mean, we all have lives. Now, they're making it an issue. And I heard last week. There was an athlete who's competing against women. Yeah. My wife brought this person got a fractured skull were. They shouldn't be able to do that. Those are men. I don't share that. They look. Feminine north tried to look seminary name or they're not. No, no. I appreciate your call. I'm glad you called good stuff is always. So did you like Cinderella? Or did you consider the Princeton? I never cared for things. Like that. We we grew up reading encyclopedias, we weren't into cartoon. Thank you. Well, I did watch those talking planes in the sixties were fabulous cartel. No, no, no seriously. We we were we were. We were we read encyclopedias. Yeah. That was it. We we didn't we? When we got older we were allowed to read mad magazine. Other than that. We didn't have that stuff in our house. I need her to call a lot more frequently somebody get a number need. Call all the time. Anybody who's gonna tell me with a straight face in one breath that she reads and resume child she read exclusively on the two publications the encyclopedia and mad magazine. I love her. And I love Scott Steeler. He is the sheriff..
A Flu Drug May Be Poised to Upend Treatment in U.S.
"Green sister wanna know why perfect you know but he don't do wrong bother nobody green was fatally shot as he ran away from a car during a traffic stop in the southeastern georgia city in thailand rescue crews had a flooded cave complex drilling a new shaft to try to get people down to look for the twelve missing boys and their soccer coach air force captain jessica tate is part of an american military team that's on hand to just want to ensure that we're providing the best assistance to them during this process the group's been missing for nearly a week on the heels of a nasty flu season in this country the food and drug administration is fast tracking the review of a possible new treatment cbs's dr david this is the first drug that actually blocks production of new virus you take it in one pill and it blocks the production of the virus and shortens the duration of the flu it makes you feel better flu shots were forty percent effective against all strains of the flu last season but fared poorly against the one kind of made most people sick wall street right now the dow is up for eighteen points this is cbs news watch never stops on detroit's number one news to asia radio nine fifty w w j good.
"georgia city" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Yes it's so crazy like the plan has been around obviously for a very long time humanity has been around for a very long time somebody probably died right in this spot they were in the studio writing this spot maybe it wasn't a studio but this very spot so it probably died many people have probably died at this very spot that you think about it that way i mean so it's sort of like what's the big deal especially especially from a three to seven on this year i mean rate georgia city oh that's highly insensitive oh but he's eight various he said that the others been plenty of people have died in the studio from three to seven and from noon to ten to i am back resurrected myself down he's punches pilot so hells z i'm sorry michael you're fired up stephen smith said this about brett brown yesterday on sportscenter i couldn't disagree more first of all first of all let me be clear i'm not calling for brett brown and gift guide i'm just saying i wouldn't be surprised if it happened based on these three games performing he did a good job during the regular season it's just that these three games have been got awful time in the playoffs they don't care h crap for for four years but george number one was cursed there go show george in game two he should never put ben simmons back in who i said it was playing like richard simmons right you should stay with tj mccall hewlett was working so you don't substitute band back in because you worried about his feelings that's number that's the first mistake he made in the other game three you got you got a guy in joel embiid who's got the moves of came along on a kevin mchale in the post what's he doing.
Georgia executes "stocking strangler," convicted of raping and killing older women
"America's largest busy business lobby is warning president trump against slapping tariffs on chinese imports the us chamber of commerce has sounding the alarm is the white house ways whether to punish china for forcing us companies to hand technology to chinese companies us chamber president thomas donahue said tariffs are damaging taxes on american consumers instead of using the tariffs he suggested the administration work with the business community to quote resolve the real and justifiable concerns raised by chinese practices a man known as the stocking strangler was put to death thursday for the rape slayings of three older women in attacks that terrorized the georgia's city four decades ago 67yearold carlton gary was put to death by injection of a put to death by injection at the state prison in jackson he was the first inmate executed by georgia this year he was convicted in one thousand nine hundred eighty six on three counts of malice murder rape and burglary for the nineteen seventy seven deaths of three women although prosecutors say he attacked nine elderly women in columbus in the late seventies and husband and wife in the country illegally are dead after fleeing us immigration officials in a rural california farm town when they lost control of their vehicle and crashed into a power pole the deaths tuesday come as immigrant advocates say federal agents are using unmarked cars to pullover farmworkers according to police agents put on the cars emergency lights to pull over the couple's suv neither the police department nor ice would address whether agents were in an unmarked car and federal officials have discovered that a north carolina veteran isn't dead local reports say eighty one year old charles colville of fayetteville was surprised to learn that he'd been declared dead by the veterans affairs department last month his wife realized something was up when a monthly disabilities payment wasn't deposited into their account they learned a death certificate for charles colville was build filed in january the mistakes since been corrected a veterans department spokesperson said the department it has an accuracy rate of ninety nine point eight percent in halting payments to those who die not dead yet thank you very much.
"georgia city" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Lately reuters march kentucky sense to play a little bit better jeff is a pleasure always thank you very much your time likewise ball talk to one of the best around jeff good and then giving us the latest thad matta turning down georgia city met twice down there and he said kerma davis junior a done deal at ole miss a done deal here is thirty more minutes of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five and we are coming right back blair welcome to our program good afternoon to you what's going on paul eight say about that one call yet that giving you guys a bunch of greece like couldn't believe that god it's okay listen to me to have callers like that don't you some people just like to complain complain well there's complainers a lot of complainers i'm one of those when i have to shovel snow what kind of what i won't ask what the weather's been like lately i was up there the other day so it's been rough over in maine or boss knows a below you i was in connecticut oh yeah eighteen inches about twelfth as suppose i saw some places to twenty two twenty four to i mean it's just i mean in march it you would expect and then and then here's the thing we're going to get more of it tuesday and wednesday on the head this this has to be the worst winter that they've had yet you know two years ago was the worst but i think the way this has ended i've decided not to move up there from.
"georgia city" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The get made the point earlier but he is primary season he is sees the day for the sort of narrow now again i'm the singledigit voter i think this is sort of really fascist type stuff but it's what works well today yeah i i i i think it's a politically a probably of generalization of on his part the martin of people don't care about the market they don't care about the free enterprise don't care about in that stuff i don't care about less government the care about a few issues and he sees one of the early seemingly in looked like he he's one of them that's all matters and up yeah i agree with you i bet it's going to work well for him this plays well in every georgia city except atlanta probably really really well in may play well in atlanta but especially in the smaller areas at plane welham augusta in hannover place one atlanta on only a place website had his adam arm and you'll get further i remember all politics today's rural so as what republicans have seized yeah i i only use any doubts that he's looking for more yeah no doubt i'm ed said earlier the people over here the capital oh yeah bill in themselves and sees the day i this hang it political self getting called and yelled out yeah what a new thinking how water how much did he will be higher who'd he i already dire that purse it is a mike iran k lbj hey guys a great show so far today i really enjoyed this topic uh thanks for spending so much time on.
"georgia city" Discussed on The 3:59
"Welcome into three fifty nine i'm ben fox riven arague jan amounting to amazon last month sent out an open call for cities to send in their best offers to land amazon's second headquarters out of seattle the deadline for submissions is today so the numbers are pretty crazy about this this is the they're planning on eventually spending five billion dollars to build out this campus and hope to have fifty thousand employees now granted that's in like a fifteen to seven fifteen to seventeen year timeframes still this is now this would be huge for any see that gets it and uh you mentioned there's an amazon lottery and there's it actually taking submissions on like against the best pitches for which cities should get it yeah and there are a couple of cities that have taken this quite like a little yellow pigment widely ones there was one city that sent in a giant cactus which was really stupid how biggest drank it was giant i don't i don't know off the top out of 8 minutes ended and they drop off with a drown trump that use amazon and ship it over there was a georgia city that that said it would rename part of itself amazon that's thirsty that is very very thursday i also god new york city which is where we're doing a podcast now sunday would change the lighting for a bunch of its building i mean they only did it last night allegedly alayan i did it with the empire state building all the lincoln why see kiosks and like certain places where they could just add supposedly uploaded change delaying to our image on amazon orange.