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US could see a century's worth of sea rise in just 30 years
"The U. S. could see a century's worth of C. rise in just thirty years this report as a wake up call for the United States no I administrator Rick Spinrad on a federal report warning that America's coast will be hit hard by ever faster sea level rise between now and the year twenty fifty profound statements in this room is that the United States is expected to experience as much sea level rise thirty years as we saw over the span of the entire last century the information by seven federal agencies predicts the Gulf coast especially Texas and Louisiana we'll get hit the hardest I'm surely Ambler
Fresh "Gulf Coast" from All Things Considered
"Economy itself into a deep freeze The fed has made it clear it's willing to tolerate some short term pain if that's what it takes to get prices under control One positive note most Americans came into this year in relatively good financial shape with some extra money in the bank so they do have some financial cushion to help them weather this rough patch All right thanks to you all We've been talking with NPR's Scott horsley and Brittany cronin and Chris Arnold Thank you Thanks man You're welcome All right we're just one week away from the start of hurricane season and federal forecasters are predicting a whopping 14 to 21 named storms this year It's part of a trend of more destructive storms driven in part by climate change Rebecca hirscher from NPR's climate team has more Between 6 and ten of the storms are forecast to be full blown hurricanes which is a lot Rick spinrad is the head of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration NOAA NOAA is predicting an above normal 2022 Atlantic hurricane season which would make this year the 7th consecutive above normal season That's bad news for the millions of people who live in the potential path of a storm which includes a huge swath of the U.S. from the northeast to the southeast and the Gulf Coast Matthew rosencrantz is known as lead hurricane forecaster So hurricanes are anywhere from 200 to a thousand miles across in their impact So you can be even a thousand miles from the cosign and have an impact Flooding is a big impact he says Climate change is making storms rainier That was on deadly display just last year with hurricane Ida It made landfall in Louisiana with powerful wind and rain and killed dozens of people there Then it moved northeast across 9 states Just last year the remnants of hurricane Ida are caused to rain and flash flooding that killed 13 New Yorkers in basement apartments That's New York City mayor Eric Adams And to underscore how widespread hurricane risk really is Noah announced its 2022 hurricane forecast in New York City not exactly the place most Americans think of when they think of hurricanes As for why we find ourselves staring down another destructive hurricane season there have always been cycles of more and less active hurricane seasons The last 7 years or so have been an active cycle But climate change is also a big part of it Hotter air and hotter ocean water create perfect conditions for hurricanes and Matthew rosencrantz says this year the water in the Gulf of Mexico could be extra hot because of something called the loop current It's an area of warm water that kind of breaks off and moves from east to west across the Gulf of Mexico Imagine a river of hot water looping into the Gulf of Mexico and then a blob detaches and just sits there Right in the path of any hurricane that's headed toward land The storm does form and move across that area It's kind of like moving on to like an area where it can be kind of supercharged really quickly That could mean storms that get big and dangerous very quickly Too quickly for people to evacuate or it could help create storms that dump catastrophic amounts of rain like Ida Federal forecasters are clear Get ready for a tough hurricane season It starts June 1st and.
Rep. Cori Bush Tells Oil Execs They Are Promoting 'White Supremacy'
"That Cori Bush. I don't say this often of a member of Congress she's a crackpot. The woman is a hysterical crackpot. The woman needs moral and psychological therapy. Listen to this. In large part to those testifying today and the corporations they represent. So I will just have 11 more 90° days per year than when I was born. Mister Lawler on the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs, black or white. You know, I don't, I don't have the. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let's begin with this. So she who is she who interrogating her, do you know? It doesn't really matter. In fact, it doesn't matter at all. Are the overwhelming majority of fossil fuel CEOs white or black? Let's say they were black. What difference would it make? We have descended into nonsense my dear Friends. Nonsense. Okay, continue. Congressional hearing of energy company executives. You know, I don't have the exact numbers, but I would assume they're white. Yes. Miss Watkins is an all refinery more likely to be situated in a black community or white community. I'm not sure how to answer that, honestly. We've got oil refineries along the U.S. Gulf Coast and we're very proud to be community members there. Is black. Mister work are the impacts of climate change. Wait, so what they put oil refineries, they go ways of block community. Let's put an oil refinery. Is that what she claims? See, that's what people should be able to ask is the gist of your question that we look to black communities to place oil refineries?
Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida
"Is under a state of emergency tonight as the remnants of hurricane nicholas soap the gulf coast six million people under flash flood watches from louisiana to the florida panhandle. The system expected to bring as much as ten inches of rain to the region through friday
Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast
"Tropical storm Nicholas brought a lot of rain to the coast in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana in Galveston and Houston in Texas they got a lot of rain mayor Sylvester Turner in Houston says it could have been worse the largest amount on the city of Houston so can I needed a break it was a different story in Louisiana we expect certain amount of activity weather wise this was just a little over the top hurricane ida had destroyed one of Stephen voices buildings and damaged the main plant of his seafood business Nicholas is adding to the damage many people all the way from New Orleans to here have this for more damage they're not gonna recover quickly or easily the mayor of Lake Charles Louisiana says anytime there's even a hint of a weather event approaching people get scared I'm a Donahue
Nicholas Makes Landfall as Hurricane, Swamping Parts of Texas
"Nikolas made landfall along the texas coast earlier today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast including the same area hit by hurricane harvey and twenty seventeen. Allow these spots. They've already been hit before. Which is no good nicholas touchdown on the eastern part of the Matagorda peninsula which is about if you case you're wondering that's about ten miles west southwest of sergeant beach texas with maximum winds of seventy five miles an hour Flooding prone houston is also expected to get hit. the governor of sexists that authorities have been placed and rescue teams and other resources in houston area and along the coast in
Hurricane Nicholas Disrupts Power to Some Louisiana Residents
"Hurricane nicholas made landfall along the texas coast today bringing the threat of up to twenty inches of rainfall to parts of the gulf coast. Louisiana governor john edwards declared a state of emergency sunday night ahead of the storm's arrival across louisiana. Almost one hundred and twenty thousand customers remain without power. As a monday
Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain
"Nicholas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall along the texas coast with winds of seventy miles per hour. People living along the coast import aransas to port. O'connor face a life threatening storm surge of up to five feet. According to the national hurricane center nicholas is also expected to bring six to twelve inches of rain as it sweeps northeast along the gulf. Coast
Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas
"Early this morning. Hurricane nicholas made landfall near the town of sergeant texas that's on the central texas coast between galveston and corpus christi. The category one hurricane is bringing heavy rains and seventy five mile an hour winds to that area. A couple of tornadoes are also possible now. The storm is headed toward galveston and houston. The millions of people who live there and nearby are expected to get up to fifteen inches of rain which could cause life threatening flooding authorities have been busy the last couple of days setting up barricades and getting high water rescue vehicles ready just in case some schools along the texas gulf coast are closed today including those in the houston school district and many cove in nineteen testing and vaccination sites have had to shut down for now. People in that area are being told to stay off the roads to avoid risking their own lives or the lives of first responders forecasters say hurricane nicholas will keep moving across southeast texas today and should make it to south western louisiana by tomorrow.
After Afghanistan August, Biden Pivots to Domestic Agenda
"I'm david brancaccio. The biden administration spent august focused on pulling the us military out of afghanistan and attempting to quell the delta variant. Now it's september. The white house is hoping to turn to its economic agenda marketplaces and dealers on the line with more of those priorities. That's right david. The white house is looking to pass more than four trillion dollars in domestic spending. Which includes that bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that biden is arguing is even more pressing after hurricane ida devastated the gulf coast and left some of the northeast flooded and he approved major disaster declarations up north. And he's also touring the damage in new york and new jersey today. And you know that he's going to be pushing that build back better agenda in the process and the bulk of the spending would come as a budget reconciliation package. It's called with the price tag of some three and a half trillion dollars with a t but sounds like summer worried about spending too much. Yeah that's exactly right. That's spending would effectively direct toward different social programs. Things like family services health. lots of environmental programs. Now senator joe manchin of west virginia. He's a pivotal democrat. Whose vote is key to getting anything through the senate. He's already said that. He's worried about the government racking up so much debt but the biden team is confident that he's going to be persuaded now. Biden's also continued to argue for a higher corporate tax rate to help pay for community. College paid family the expansion of child tax credit as well but in terms of capturing the spotlight afghanistan and pandemic. These are not going away. That's exactly right. They're not and it's really biden's hope that he can shift focus to his economic priorities but that could be easier said than done especially after two important pieces of the cove in nineteen relief. Package just ran out. The federal moratorium on evictions is over and just yesterday. Almost nine million people lost their unemployment benefits
FAA Says Virgin Galactic Can't Fly Spaceship During Investigation
"Grounded by the federal aviation administration. The faa is looking into a flight in july virgin spaceship to apparently veered out of its approved airspace as it descended toward new mexico virgin founder. Richard branson was on board and later today.
When the Effects of the Climate Crisis Hit Home
"Do you start with the economic effects of the weather and the climate in this country the past week or so hundreds of thousands of people without power along the gulf coast. They've had to evacuate and leave their property and their jobs behind the flooding last night along the east coast. More than twenty people killed in new york and new jersey and pennsylvania. The subway system the biggest and richest city in this country underwater literally. I'm sure you've seen the videos. The insurance claims shirley in the tens of billions of dollars the investment. That's going to be needed to manage and to adapt to the effects of climate. Change as we've seen this week. We're not ready sorting. As marketplace's amy scott reports with much of our housing stock nearly a third of homes in the us are at high risk of natural disasters. According to core logic and low income communities are especially vulnerable these homes haven't been updated haven't gotten consistent reinvestment rehabilitation retrofitting over the years khalil. Shaheed is a senior policy adviser with the natural resources defense council. He says there is federal funding. To help weather is homes by switching out single pane windows for sturdier double pane glass but shaheed says roof repair one of the most expensive and important fixes isn't eligible once the roof goes. And you know you get the wind damage and you get rain damage so it just really compounds. The severity of a storm. Like this one.
Biden Addresses Hurricane Ida Destruction with 'We're All in This Together'
"President biden is pledging federal assistance. Npr's windsor johnston reports biden's also vowing to help with ongoing recovery efforts along the gulf coast where either slammed ashore as a powerful category four storm on sunday president biden says his administration is closely monitoring response efforts but noted that a lot of work needs to be done to get states back up and running my message to everyone affected is. We're all in this together. The nation is here to help. That's the message. I've been making clear to the mayors governors energy and utility leaders in the region who my administration has been working closely with over the past few days biden is scheduled to visit louisiana on friday where hundreds of thousands of people are still facing power and water outages ida was the fifth most powerful storm in us history striking the state with winds of more than one hundred fifty miles per
Biden Pledges 'All the Assistance That’s Needed' After Ida
"President Biden is pledging to do whatever is necessary to help the nation recover from natural disasters from a massive wildfire in California to hurricane itis destruction along the Gulf coast and elsewhere my team at the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA is on the ground and ready to provide all the assistance is needed the president tomorrow will visit Louisiana or idea came ashore as the fifth strongest storm ever to hit the U. S. savaging the Gulf coast before flooding several states further north and east Sager mag ani at the White House
Biden to Survey Ida's Storm Damage in Louisiana on Friday
"President Biden will get his own look at hurricane items damage along the Gulf coast the White House says the president will travel Friday to Louisiana where I'd it became the fifth most powerful storm to strike the U. S. likely causing tens of billions of dollars in damage to the power grid among other things at one point New Orleans was totally in the dark the power started coming back on Tuesday spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president's pushing power companies to work faster we know he knows how important it is for people to get power back on the visit will cap a rough stretch for the president as the storm approached Louisiana Sunday he was in Delaware watching the remains of thirteen service members killed in Afghanistan returned to the U. S. Sager mag ani Washington
Ida Carves Path of Destruction Across Louisiana
"The devastation from hurricane ida's becoming more apparent as the survey of damage continues. Entire communities are underwater and dangerous conditions are making rescue efforts. Much more difficult. This comes amid soaring temperatures in louisiana and across the gulf coast. Power lines remained down and could stay that way for days or weeks to come. We have a pair of reports from our teams on the ground we begin with. Nbc's miguel almaguer the race to rescue still unfolding in louisiana the beaten and battered stranded for days plucked from homes where the water is rising and hope was fading got rescued by chuck just now pregnant and desperate heather. Weepy finally escaped the floodwaters underwater. We would have drowned facing complex maze of submerged roads buckled highways and alligator infested waters which likely claimed one life search teams still can't reach the hardest hit communities in just this one area of jefferson parish not far outside of new orleans. They had about one hundred thirty five rescues in roughly a day. They've never seen water quite like this before. And if you want to go further you'll need a boat. The easiest ways into areas like grant. I'll in lafitte is through the air. They're only roads quickly. Turn to rivers. What happened in minutes could leave stranded trapped per day. It was unbelievable. Four feet of water just came rushing with the scope of destruction coming into focus. What's out of you is also devastating surrounded by water. More than half a million have none from their taps. Safe to drink. Lines for gas in supplies are leaving locals in searing heat for some the storm's aftermath more devastating than the
Is Hurricane Ida the Result of Climate Change?
"You might remember a few weeks back. We told you about a landmark report from the un's intergovernmental panel on climate change. It warned that human caused climate change is accelerating and that we're running out of time to avoid its most catastrophic effects and that extreme weather events are more likely as a result right now hurricane can ida is making its dangerous trek towards a us gulf coast hurricane ida is exactly the kind of event that scientists were talking about on saturday evening. Ida was a modest category two storm with one hundred and five mph winds but it's poise to rapidly intensify and that's what it did just as forecasters predicted so hurricane ida has strengthened to a category three storm with winds of one hundred fifteen miles an hour trump saturday night maximum sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles per hour into sunday morning. It's now up to one hundred forty five miles per hour side. A gut stronger by the hour is storm has strengthened yet again. The last time we spoke sustained winds were one forty five. They're now up to one fifty. I wanted to all of this at the storm up to be at. Its most powerful. Just as it made landfall over louisiana bring as much as twenty inches of rain in some areas with the potential for destructive storm surge yesterday so how did i to get so powerful so fast so climate change is basically supercharging storm. That's rebecca hersher correspondent for. Npr's climate team. We spoke on monday. Climate change does is. It adds fuel to hurricane fuel in the form of heat so hurricanes over water you can think of them like engines spinning up like a propeller on a plane and the energy for that propeller comes from the heat in the water as the earth gets hotter because of climate change the water on the surface of the ocean. It also guitar. So there's more energy for storms like ida to get really big and really
Ida Slams Louisiana's Coastline, Leaving a Path of Destruction
"Storm that was hurricane ida is spinning into northern alabama and eastern tennessee. Today it's still packing heavy rain and thirty mile per hour winds. The storm is already carved a path of destruction from the louisiana coast through northern mississippi. President biden said monday that the federal government will help. Anyway it can. We've got a million people in louisiana without power and for time. I caused the mississippi river to literally changes direction and some folks are still dealing with the storm. Surge and flash flooding rescuers set out in hundreds of boats and helicopters to reach people trapped by floodwaters on monday that as residents living in a maze of rivers and by us along louisiana's gulf coast retreated desperately to their addicts or roofs. The storm is blamed for at least two deaths of motorists who drowned in new orleans and a person by a falling tree outside about an rouge new orleans. Mayor latoya cantrell said the good news. Is that her cities. Levy system passed a major test case scenario. It did not happen. We did not have another katrina. And that's something again. We should all be grateful for however the impact is absolutely significant. She said the city and the state are only beginning to survey the destruction. The damage to the power grid was so extensive. That officials warned. It could be weeks before it's repaired.
Hurricane Ida Headed toward Alabama and Tennessee
"The storm that was hurricane ida is spinning into northern alabama and eastern tennessee. Today it's still packing heavy rain and thirty mile per hour winds. The storm is already carved a path of destruction from the louisiana coast through northern mississippi. President biden said monday that the federal government will help. Anyway it can. We've got a million people in louisiana without power and for time. I caused the mississippi river to literally changes direction and some folks are still dealing with the storm. Surge and flash flooding rescuers set out in hundreds of boats and helicopters to reach people trapped by floodwaters on monday that as residents living in a maze of rivers and by us along louisiana's gulf coast retreated desperately to their addicts or roofs.
"gulf coast" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"The effects people and the economy with that storm called ida now downgraded from hurricane to tropical storm. I'm david brancaccio. it's now tropical storm ida that destructive system moves north and east in the city of new orleans is lost power at least one person died in oil and gas production in the gulf of mexico has taken a big hit marketplace's nancy marshall genzer joins us with more on this crucial energy sector. What's the status now they. Us bureau of safety and environmental enforcement says more than ninety percent of the oil and gas production in the gulf has been shut off completely oil refineries were also affected. And that's a big deal because more than forty five percent of total u. s. Refining capacity is along the gulf coast. That's according to the us energy administration. When will these facilities get back online. You think there's no official timetable here. David i it depends on the storm damage and of course. That's being assessed this morning. The bureau of safety and environmental enforcement says facilities will be inspected after the storm has passed and once all standard checks have been completed. Undamaged facilities will be brought back online immediately. What we know so far about getting the power back on for people utilities from nearby states like florida sent crews to help tampa electric sent line workers and support staff to louisiana and president biden says fema sent supplies to the region before the storm including two and a half million meals and three million leaders of water and fema also sent generators nancy. Thank you this is the week that will end with the official reading on people getting hired in america and a survey of households to see who's looking for work and finding it let's go to economist. Julia coronado founder of macropolicy perspectives. Today's in jackson hole wyoming where the international conference of central bankers was supposed to have wrapped up this week and the conference was instead streamed because of you know why she said the. Us central banker in chief jerome powell at the federal reserve sounded dovish at the conference. Not all loaded for bear worrying about inflation and importantly he was explaining why the fed is not so Terrified by inflation citing to supply chain disruptions thing that we need to give the economy time to work through those supply chain disruptions and get the job market back to full employment before they raise rates so yes they're going to taper their bond purchases. But it's gonna come later this year. It's going to be gradual and the feds gonna make sure the jobs. Recovery is complete. We'll know more about that this week on friday. The official jobs report and unemployment report covering the month is just wrapping up here. That's right that's right. And and economists are still looking for very strong numbers We've had good momentum in recent months so what we're going to be looking for are signs that maybe the delta variant is slowing things down or not. It'll be important for thinking about how those jobs numbers look as we move into the fall. Julia coronado economist at.
"gulf coast" Discussed on 5 Things
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"gulf coast" Discussed on 5 Things
"To a one game to none lead over the milwaukee bucks in the nba finals. Tuesday night stars chris. Paul and yana sunset akobo both played after missing time earlier in the playoffs. Tropical storm elsa is threatening florida's northern gulf coast on wednesday. The storm was close to tampa bay early wednesday morning and is expected to make landfall between eight and nine. Am eastern time. A hurricane warning was in effect from the mouth of tampa bay to the stein. Hatschi river further north up the coast. There have not been any immediate reports of damage or injuries in the tampa area though the most powerful winds were forecast to remain just offshore from beach. Towns near saint petersburg elsa is next expected to move inland across north florida as a tropical storm before moving on to georgia and the carolinas and then heading back out to the atlantic. Stay up on all the latest throughout hurricane season with the weather section on usa today dot com thirty. Six bodies have now been found in the surf side. Florida condo collapse. Eight more bodies were found on tuesday and rescue. Workers are increasingly finding them after demolishing the remainder of the building sunday night. That demolition has opened up new areas. That workers previously couldn't reach one hundred. Nine people remain unaccounted for. Though only about seventy were confirmed to be in the building when it fell the palm beach post. Wendy roads explains why those numbers are different. Family friends sometimes. Anonymous tipster said say that they have family or friends that may have been at the building at the time and claps but officials have not necessarily been able to identify that. They're saying that they do know for sure. That at least seventy people were in the building when it collapsed. That are still unaccounted for that. Difference between the seventy and the hundred thirteen are people that may or may not have been in the building. Authorities continued to describe their work as a search and rescue mission. Now thirteen days. After the building came down.
"gulf coast" Discussed on KTRH
"Sky Mike and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh stop tax defenders 24 our weather center time to check in with Terry Smith at the weather job. I've got a huge fan of rain as you know, Terry. But if it's gonna rain, that's the perfect kind of rain that we've been getting just the right kind of soak into the ground and half of the flowers and the grass and everything else, right? It's just a slow moving, gentle rain. For the most part. I'm seeing some heavier Downpours and spots. Most of them right now are on the south side of Houston, but they're continuing to move south. That's the main thing is, if you are seeing the rain, it's moving out of here and we'll get a break about mid morning and it will last part of the day. I think we'll see the showers and thunderstorms develop again later on this afternoon. I'm expecting about a 50% chance of more showers and storms as we head into the afternoon and between the clouds, the rain and a little bit of cooler weather temperatures today in the upper eighties that doesn't happen very often. Tomorrow. A 40% chance of showers and storms were warming back up loaded mid eighties. We've got a 20% chance of some rain Thursday and Friday only a 30% chance of rain on Saturday. And we'll stay in the low to mid nineties. The rest of the week. Right down 78 in your officials. Severe weather station NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh soon to 99 1 HD two. That's news radio 7 40 ktrh on FM. Hey, it's Chris Mitchell. We're seeing each other again. How about that? Remember when you said I'm not putting any quarantine weight on Look, everybody.
"gulf coast" Discussed on KTRH
"Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic Center Julie Thank you. Let's take a look at that forecast now. Terry Smith from the Weather Channel. Hi, Terry. Hey, good boarding. Well, the cold front has moved to ourselves. The cooler air is just beginning to make its way in the Southeast Texas. It is going to be more than like, typical late November. Nice fault. For us today. Enjoy it. Sunny temperatures today in the upper sixties to low seventies and then tonight our lows mid fifties to mid sixties. We're gonna warm it up tomorrow, though, a little bit more moisture in a 20% chance of a shower, but that's it for raid. Upper seventies, the low eighties for highs tomorrow. We have another cold front on Wednesday with a 40% chance of showers and storms will get a break on Thanksgiving Day. There's only a 20% chance of rain on Thursday. And then Friday another cold front, more rain about a 60% chance of showers and storms toward the end of the week so very active pattern and will continue to kind of tweaked that forecast because we know a lot of folks have things going on on Wednesday and Thursday and Friday this week. No question about that, Terry. Thank you so much. 61 degrees. Cloudy skies Now at your official Severe weather station is radio 7 40 Ktrh tuned in. 99 1 HD two That's news radio 7 40 ktrh on FM. This'll holiday season. Wal Mart helps you give them everything with exclusive Lego sets from whole new worlds to build the thrilling adventures with their own exciting stories.
"gulf coast" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Tonight. . We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. . Let's bring. . Sarah, , she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. . Tell us what happened. . It was absolutely incredible. . Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, , both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. . And incredible show of bravery, , a thirty, , one year old La, , a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. . She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. . Both have already been shot multiple times. . Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. . Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, , probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. . I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She . proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. . The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. . The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, , Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. . The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. . Very. . Good start. . The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. . It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. . There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. . The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. . He says, , they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. . Supervisor and I have to. . report this this behavior, , this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, , the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. . That's ridiculous. . But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic <hes> maybe not. . As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, , but it's just as bad. . We don't want those police officers to die. . You know we don't want that. . That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. . Yes. As . the issue you know we, , we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. . You know what to make it better for everybody. .
"gulf coast" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Towns along the Gulf Coast on Lisa Brady Fox says residents board up and clear out ahead of Hurricane Sally, now less than 60 Miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River Road closures kicking in his reign intensifies along the highway that runs from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle and water is the biggest concern is Sally moves very slowly. Boxes. Charles Watson is in Gulf Port Mississippi. Fear across the Gulf Coast is that this storm will just come and sit over portions of Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle for hours dumping anywhere between 10 to 15 inches of rain, some areas could see upwards of 30 inches. That, of course, could lead to a life threatening flash floods. Reassurance from the president earlier today, Fox is John Decker at the White House President Trump on Fox and friends, saying the administrator A shin is prepared for Hurricane Sally as it barrels through the central Gulf Coast. Just one is smaller, but it's a little bit more direct, but we have it under control. We have FEMA there. We have. The Army Corps of Engineers is all that they could. They could bring things back so fast. You wouldn't believe it. President Trump has approved request for federal assistance from Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi ahead of Hurricane Sally Sally is expected to bring deadly storm surges, flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes for the entire region Boxes. John Decker. Right now. The president's hosting history at the White House officials from two Arab nations Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates sign agreements with Israel to normalize relations. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at an event for the Atlantic Council front page away. We have been conducting our business in.
"gulf coast" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Towns along the Gulf Coast on Lisa Brady Fox says residents board up and clear out ahead of Hurricane Sally, now less than 60 Miles east of the mouth of the Mississippi River Road closures kicking in his reign intensifies along the highway that runs from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle and water is the biggest concern is Sally moves very slowly. Dr Charles Watson is in Gulf Port Mississippi. Fear across the Gulf Coast is that this storm will just come and sit over portions of Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle for hours dumping anywhere between 10 to 15 inches of rain, some areas could see upwards of 30 inches. That, of course, could lead to a life threatening flash floods. Reassurance from the president earlier today, Fox is John Decker at the White House President Trump on Fox and friends, saying the administrator Ocean is prepared for Hurricane Sally as it barrels through the central Gulf Coast. Just one is smaller, but it's a little bit more direct, but we have it under control. We have FEMA there. We have. The Army Corps of Engineers is all that they could. They could bring things back so fast. You wouldn't believe it. President Trump has approved request for federal assistance from Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi ahead of Hurricane Sally Sally is expected to bring deadly storm surges, flash floods and the possibility of tornadoes for the entire region Boxes. John Decker. Right now. The president's hosting history at the White House officials from two Arab nations Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates sign agreements with Israel to normalize relations. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at an event for the Atlantic Council front page the way we have been conducting our business in.
"gulf coast" Discussed on KTRH
"Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center hate alerts likely throughout the weekend here across Texas our temperatures barely getting down to 80 degrees for overnight low temps tonight and through the weekend and track in a couple of storms on weather radar, mainly across southwestern parishes of Louisiana, an extreme southeast Texas. Ironically, the same areas that have been hit hard by Laura earlier this week. Another hot day for Saturday, 96. Grease with heat indices over 197 Sunday with a straight storm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel. Thank you, Scott. Taking a look at the temps right now. 76 in the woodland 78 in spring. 80 of the K T. R H top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center to news time Tuo to Recovery efforts from Hurricane Laura, continue in Louisiana. Let's get a report on that. Just as soon as the computer button kicks in intermittent rain showers and insult to injury as residents along the Texas and Louisiana coast returned to inspect damaged homes and businesses. With search and rescue operations nearing completion, first responders focused on identifying needs and assessing damage in affected areas in hurricane battered Lake Charles, Louisiana. It's hard to know where to even begin. The storm was so powerful it blew a train off its track. Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, which Only minor damage in the storm is transferring in patients outside facilities because of damage to the city's water system. The latest Gulf Coast hurricane has local leaders thinking about future storm protects Hurricane Laura's devastating blow to Louisiana, prompting renewed calls here for the so called Ike Dyke. That's the massive coastal barrier project off of Galveston proposed after Hurricane Ike, Texas A and M professor John Merrill, who first proposed the project, said this week. The need for a coastal spine is Maurer URGENT than ever. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo said quote It shouldn't take the near miss of a catastrophic hurricane to recognize the urgency of investing in a coastal barrier and quite an investment. It would be. The estimated cost of the project is $30 billion. Oriolesonly NewsRadio 7 40 eight's news time 203 U. S marshals rescue more than two dozen missing Children in a two week sex trafficking staying in Georgia and here in Houston, Harris County Precinct one, Constable Alan Rosen says trafficking cases in.
"gulf coast" Discussed on KTRH
"Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. From R K t R H Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center time to chicken. With meteorologist Terry Smith. All right. Looks like we're going to heat up into the mid nineties is this week progresses, Terry? Oh, yeah. It is going to be a hot, humid week around here. I think today's temperatures will be held down. Ever so slightly by the fact that the clouds air very prevalent today. In fact, don't be surprised if you see a Sprinkle or two out there this morning. I've seen some tiny little showers. I think they'll be gone, though for the rest of the day just clouds. And ah, rather warm, muggy day operators toe low nineties today, But as high pressure gets stronger, we'll see more sunshine and we'll feel more heat temperatures in the upper eighties to mid nineties tomorrow Thursday. Even into Friday. That is we head into the weekend that humidity continues to increase and we could get some raid both Saturday and Sunday. Right now we have a temperature of Let me double check this 81 at your officials. Severe weather station news Radio 7 40 Katie our age, Houston. Sounds good everywhere. OK, Google play H and I heart radio. This report is sponsored by lm rants dot com Element voted construction equipment like nobody's business, because it's our business. Our couple toe orange fleet includes combo tractors, loaders, excavators and skid steers short term long term Go orange, Gocha Botha and get at it. Lm rants dot com This is what's happening. Obama care. Donald Trump's senseless crusade against health coverage get the latest Democrats saying defund the police, another.
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"Foster. The KTAR h Gulf Coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center. Be a dry Sunday with a clear sky this morning than plenty of Sunday afternoon is wins. Pick up out of the southeast. The high will get close to ninety clouds will increase tonight, the low seventy four, but clearing into Memorial Day tomorrow with a high approaching ninety then Tuesday, a mix of clouds and sunshine slightly cooler with a high Ritchie the upper eighties. I'm meteorologist Jeff marr from the Weather Channel. Oh, it's really nice. Eighty three from the Westside northside Lexus twenty four hour weather center. It's ten thirty one. Our top story, the Texas legislature approves the property tax relief and school finance Bill unanimously that passed yesterday Raina concern, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as they prepare for the Indy five hundred cars are lining up, so far looks like a go. At least two people are dead in Oklahoma, after a tornado hit a hotel search and rescue is still digging through the rubble. The raptors are in the NBA finals beating the bucks last night. They're going to be facing the warriors the first game coming up in the finals will be on Thursday night and the Astros are wrapping up their series against the Red Sox. They've won two out of three final game. Coming up at lunchtime. They won last night news on demand at KTAR, H dot com. That is the Astros won last night. We're going to have another update for you at eleven. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather, and traffic station, NewsRadio seven forty. K. T R. H summer is almost here and party city wants to help you throw in all dream party. We're talking barbecues graduations birthdays, or any day that sunny, transform your party by entering it, ultimately and party dot com. You can win the ultimate party package five hundred dollars towards great food tunes for your party playlist, and of course, up five hundred dollar gift cards already city. So bring your party to light at ultimate dream party dot com. Over three league. Details visit WWW dot gov dot com. Join GD IT an own career of possibilities. Apply now at GD I IT dot com slash couriers DDAT is.
"gulf coast" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Can buy Bala gives every like what I was played Nintendo as a kid, and you'd be down by ten with thirty seconds left in the game. And you hit the reset button, and you act like it didn't have that's his hope. Should Alabama lose tomorrow? That's a program. It's in a similar circumstance where they're looking around going. Okay. What if buzz Williams comes in? You've got all these other coaches, I wouldn't get rid Avery Johnson. Unless I knew the guy was going to get better. Like if you okay so back to Billy Kennedy. I wouldn't get rid of Billy Kennedy unless I knew I was getting buzzword, right? Avery Johnson has not been great. But I also think you could do worse if you're not they've done plenty done plenty. So I would head Anthony grant who was a major disappointment before that they had mar Godford you may have seen his name in the news lately. Mark what is shock like if Mark Mark Godfrey that dude you could look at it and go he's good. I have a scandal. Because I'm not just going to be academic. Is it going to be like there's a scandal around that guy somewhere? But I would say if you knew you could get somebody better than you make the change. But that's the only why wouldn't just let him go. And then do a search. I wouldn't because I think you'll end up with somebody works. Yeah. If you're not care if I mean, I think the days. Of going through the yellow pages after the first round of the tournament. Now Kermit was helped by a major win the coveted. Hey, Hey. does those years. I mean, I'm talking about the stand. He's for the world. Yeah. I don't think you can do that. In my view. I always say this. The biggest mistake teams make is higher in the guy that wins the first round of a game. You wanna get a guy that you know, going to succeed watch guys one is conference two or three straight years. But if you just what you had in the Florida Gulf Coast guy fire. I mean, like they gave him all kinds of money, the Mercer coach can't even remember. We're Florida Gulf Coast guy's name is what is it? What was her nickname was dunk city city? But what was it? I don't Genta Mercer coach get fired this week. Remember, the one that was all we do. Yeah. Mercer coach do can end filled. Everybody knows because his wife was beautiful and it made a big deal, but they hired him at USC never heard of him again. Yeah. So I would say be very very careful, but this league coaching in this league is stepping up. I mean, the coaches in this league are really good. And I think people are about to get left behind if they're not careful. Trying to think who who those well be who you have left. Like, you got the teams all play tonight. You know, you have Missouri. And you have conjured Martin came in here with a with a big reputation a big reputation of being at a school for two or three years, and then going into I mean, you know, ask Tennessee would they rather have bars rather have Collins, Omar, let's good point. We're asked Purdue would you rather have his name slipping me the guy they have now. Or would you rather have Crohn's Mark?.
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"W B U R Democrats aren't wasting any time. Criticizing the latest plan congresswoman Loren Underwood of Illinois serves on the house homeland security committee, speaking to NPR's on point democrat notes that this proposed while funding comes less than two weeks after the house passed a bipartisan resolution to nullify President Trump's national emergency declaration. Now, we have the president again trying to circumvent the Congress's role again as a appropriators by requesting even larger sums of money for a wasteful and inefficient border wall. I don't know what the president is hoping to accomplish with this request the president's top economic adviser. Larry cudlow told Fox News that the issue of the wall and border. Security is of quote paramount importance for NPR news. I'm Alison poli Democrats have chosen the host city for next year's nominating convention, saying the democratic national convention will be in Milwaukee move takes the party to the heart of the working class. Upper midwest area that helped propel Trump to the White House for two thousand sixteen Republicans had one Wisconsin since nineteen Eighty-four Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says the city bid on a number of competitors. Competition from the east coast. There's competition from the west coast there's competition from the Gulf Coast. And I am here today. To welcome all of America to America's fresh coast. Because that is where this convention is going to be held first time in more than a century. Democrats have gathered in midwest city other than in Chicago to nominate their presidential candidate stocks beginning the week broadly higher. The Dow's increase was tempered bit by Boeing's, woes doubt still was up two hundred points. This is NPR. United Auto Workers an apparent shot across the bow to the big three car companies says it's raising its strike fund. The UAW president Gary Jones telling delegates of the unions bargaining convention weekly strike pay. We'll go from two hundred to two hundred and fifty dollars per week and a two hundred seventy five dollars a week in January of next year drums as well..
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"You are listening to back to the country with Bill Malone on W O RT eighty nine point nine FM, Madison. Wisconsin. Three expressions of automobile culture. And those songs Tommy Collins breezing down the highway and gets pulled over by the highway patrolman. The incidents to you got to have a license and Charlie booed at a some of the early years of the twentieth. Centuries called goodbye, sweet LIZA, Jane, great ragtime tune. But they talk about Radin. Radin with Mr Brown. So are out riding with Mr Brown. Doc it. And of course, I didn't have a car automobile himself is probably the reason she left George thing and Suzy bogus talked about driving south. Well, we've that right here talking about all the various ways in which the automobile has affected American culture. So I thought I'd bring my sidekicks enter the discussion here, Bobby and Stephen we all like Kark car trips. Bogging, I don't get to make minute we used to because it's harder to drive long distances. Although we did have a nice time. Recently driving across Texas, your family used to go to California every year. We did we went to California because my mother is from Los Angeles. And but that was before interstate ten so it was highway ninety west from the Gulf Coast highway. No, no, no, no. We go into of opposite direction from San Antonio. So we would actually go. You mentioned highway ninety ninety but we were going ninety west that that basically the. The Gulf Coast highway interstate ten back back east back east. It was the same one that went through the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. And now, we got ama-, okay? Yeah. So. It would just it wouldn't hit the Gulf Coast of Texas, though. Okay. For over the north that any way we would sometimes before air conditioning. We would stop in the middle of the afternoon. And my lead have my brother, and I would swim a dad with nap. And I can remember as at Toby hearing mister, Mississippi, why am I favored songs from my childhood playing on the jukebox while we had hamburgers in the afternoon. Well, my dad was sleeping, which was so strange. And then we get our pajamas about five o'clock, and we get in the car, and maybe it was a little later because we had to wait for the sun to go across the desert in the daytime was really dangerous. And so we would go across the desert at night 'cause the radiators could blow up a block is you get where you hang a bag over the radiator. But you know, when we were driving. I can remember going across the Mojave desert and seen the remnants of the old wooden highway that my father said his family took in the nineteen twenties. One way, you know, some they'd have these little pull offs if a car was coming the other direction, it was just like planks across the sand. Anyway, and there would be big big billboards that would have advertising the what's it called? The Sunset Limited. It was a the next time. Take the train. It's cool inside Burma shave signs. While road trips were always a part of our. Things together. And I remember when I was younger and working out get off work at like, five o'clock and by seven we'd be on the road heading for New Orleans, and we'd get pulled into the French quarter about noon. The next day tired a little bit weary. But just ready to go. And of course, the French quarter was ready for us to. So anytime was of course, that's still in your blood. It. Sure is you know, we we just take a little longer to get there. Now. But we always said that the the trip the vacation begins when you pull out of the driveway. And that's the driving was part of the whole experience. Well, that's what we're doing today on back to the country. We're playing songs about that automobile culture and about the role of specifically the role of the automobile and country music culture. Johnny cash is one of the most unusual songs about this an automobile that was built one piece at a time. That's the name of the zone. Kentucky back in Detroit. Assembly line the first year they had wheels. Every day. I watched them beauties ruled by sometimes hidden always long. Glenn? Advise myself. The NBA most any man I'd sneak it out of there in my head. Now. Figured have it all the time a retired. I'd have a car worth at least a hundred..
"gulf coast" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Some of the some of the other names that that caught the eye you mentioned American Farrow. And there was that Hearst land for three thirty that went to Brady bloodstock warfronts. Peter O'Callaghan with the there you go. There you go and. Exaggerate or with a nice little tally a Hertrich and fielding bread twenty five hundred twenty five thousand start to watch. We'll start to watch the, you know, the the new sires. Yeah. And I know that there was a big buzz around run happy in the fall November. He Mike everybody was on the run happy's then he didn't have any yesterday. But I think he's got three or four and today. So that'll be interesting to watch and Nyquist has a bunch in today's well. Well, the day one in the books and didn't get a chance to look ahead in the catalog for today. What anything else that we should be watching for? I think probably the winnings are going to be more important today than they were yesterday. It seemed like there are a lot of interesting sires in today to Cairo Princess as six inch today. I mentioned Nyquist that he's got four and today, and there's a half to the big piece that that sells today. So be interesting to see if Alex Leib log is in. He's brought a lot of that family seems every year when there's went on offer. He's he's interested. So it'd be interesting to see if if he's in on that one that yearling today, there's also an uncle MO Philly out of Zoff the from Eaton sales. And did you know I noticed in the previews that there were the two stallion prospects being Debbie and defunct bone with? Did they go yesterday? Or are they coming yet? They I think will be at the end of the session today. Okay. Well, and I'm just kind of. Thumbing through today. And. Looking at the you mentioned Nyquist and. There's there's five of them today including a couple couple notable mayors. There's the yearling filly out of Princess Haya. And there's also a Philly out of the V S. Flawless. Who who who else? Jessica is represented by their first other. Air force lose in there as well. Okay. Yeah. They're they're going to be a few in there. Interesting there in the the racehorse prospects the last horse in the the main Cadillac today before we get to the supplements hardwood is a horse. They finish. I believe he was second in the Mr. in the in the Gulf Coast stream race. So he's coming off a great stakes placing that should be interesting. He's a very late in the session. It was third in the Mr. prospector. So interesting to see how he's a he's now five year old interesting. See how he'll be received in the marketplace. Didn't it? Didn't he already? Didn't he already go through the ring just? Wasn't. He met me. This is that today. Okay. But. He came up before before the before the holiday, I'm trying to remember the context who was with was with Rudy perset who was it that that? James Chapman bottom at the two thousand seventeen basic themselves the horse racing age. Okay. Picking of there because there was another. There was another recent steak Witter that that just sold. Member Marzio maybe talking about marzo, no one. There was another of that that literally one and spun into the sale November and for second. I was thinking that maybe you know, he was he was going back through the ring again. I I I got one. Yeah. It was I I'm pretty sure it was really perset had. I it's. It's ready made the ready made the worst market. That's. This is this is always interesting this in the February phasing sale the opportunity to you know, to to get ready made horse and the. They'll be some they'll be some of the broodmare prospects. That'll that'll that'll race on was there any any chatter yesterday about any of them that that might make a few starts before before they go to the the shed. The big one seems to be definitely retired. So that didn't have known stood out that that was the plan for any of them. I talked to. Well, we get started again in about half hour little less than half hour day to at Keeneland. And and. Thank you, John by my clock, or John federal cases who I was thinking of. Remember that federal case was the was the present horse that went through and. And it sold in November. Thank you, John. The got to we got the best audience..