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"gulf county" Discussed on KGO 810
"With you and we do. It's the planet stupid on Thursdays. There's a lot here. I don't know this, but I'm gonna use it. It's a big big Joe. Oh, of course it is out, of course. Mark Thompson coming up. After the top of the hour news tomorrow. We will be talking movies to see this weekend as we head toward Thanksgiving. Ah, Big Thanks to Sherry, Jonah Bread and Mark Nieto and you This is K G o From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The latest forecast from the CDC suggests that as many as 298,000 people in the U. S could be dead from the coronavirus by December. 12th. ABC is Alex Stone says the CDC also has new warnings about travel today, the CDC posting new guidance recommending Americans do not travel for Thanksgiving week. This goes far beyond anything, the CDC has said. Until now, the agency saying it is seeing exponential growth in Cove in 19. Case, Isn't it once travel to be avoided for Thanksgiving, Airlines say they have seen a spike in cancelations United today, saying it is burning through 15 to $20 million every day. New restrictions take effect tomorrow in Southern California, while in New York City schools are now closed for in person learning, but ABC Steve owes, and Sami says that when looking at the more than a quarter of a million people in the US who've died in this pandemic, it's a wide range of places. The 100 counties in the U. S. With the highest rate of death. Many of them are rural and poor, the hardest hit. Gulf County, Kansas and right behind them. Gerald County, South Dakota counties in Virginia, Montana, North and South Dakota and Georgia are at the top of the list more than once. Today in Georgia that state said to announce the results of its audit of votes. But President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is dismissive of that process. The recount being done in Georgia will tell us nothing. Because these fraudulent balance will just be counted again because they wouldn't supply the signatures to match the ballot has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud. The Trump campaign has now lost more than 20 court cases regarding the election. Meanwhile, President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris meeting virtually with the executive committee of the National Governors Association.
"gulf county" Discussed on KTOK
"Times writers says the virus kills the myth that America is the greatest country on earth contributor Viet Thanh win saying the disease reveals quote any quality callousness selfishness and a profit motive that under values human life and over values commodities in America if a goal New York times Mike Huckabee suing Florida officials are blocking access to his private beach front property during the pandemic the former governor of Arkansas claiming the Gulf county coast decision blocks him from using his own backyard how to be in his neighbors in the ordinance violates the constitutional rights interesting case or cover tonight on bill o'reilly dot com team of drivers heading into cross country record tracking from New York City to Los Angeles in twenty six hours thirty eight minutes while the root job cannonball run is attempted each year traffic down everywhere because folks are staying home during the pandemic so the cars are able really motor so to speak pandemic politics hide the children there are thousands of abandoned animals in the USA that need our help I am partnering with delta rescue the largest no kill care for life animal sanctuary in the world founded by actor Leo Grillo who left Hollywood to devote his life to saving abandoned animals delta animal sanctuary is a one of a kind rescue unit they are staffed by trained attendants who look after each animal providing them water treats toys and affection.
"gulf county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To once again shift his focus to the Bahamas the governor tweeted that the state and its private sector partners have stepped up to bring aid to the Bahamas adding that additional relief is in stores the recovery continues when school started back in August a number of school districts in the panhandle found many of their students did not return Allen specter has more in bay county the school district lost more than three thousand students in world Jackson County one hundred fourteen fewer students showed up than in the previous year and in Calhoun and Gulf county school officials reported eighty three and thirty two fewer students enrolled respectively all of the counties were pounded by hurricane Michael in October two thousand eighteen almost a year later entire school systems are still recovering from long standing storm damage in dealing with the disruptive aftermath of the storm a capital murder trial is underway in Tampa prosecutors say they will show why Granville richly deserves the death penalty for raping and killing a nine year old girl her body found stuffed into a suitcase near the Courtney Campbell causeway five years ago Felicia Williams why meant less to dismantle his sexual desires assistant state attorney Scott Harmon there's a growing concern for the safety of Brevard county waste management employees five of them have been accidentally stabbed by hypodermic needles that were in the trash officials say most of those needles are probably from insulin but they could have been used for heroin or other drugs the workers who were stuck went to the emergency room the condition of an eye for ultimate project workers not clear he was injured today a seven thousand pound pipe felonies leg in downtown Orlando an investigation on how the accident happened is under way with Florida's news I'm John Connor. has your classic rock fix this fall starting with test on September eighteenth. reforming hits like modern day cowboys love song in the.
"gulf county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I'm John a question all high schools in Hillsborough County now must have a full time athletic trainer on campus the school district voted for the requirement last night the decision comes after student died of heat stroke during practice at Middleton high school back in June trainers will cost each school about two hundred seventy thousand dollars a Georgia inmate accused of escaping prison and killing a man in the Lakeland has died himself now the Gulf county sheriff's offices deputies in US marshals saw Michael Smith driving on a highway ninety eight in bay county late last night they stop Smith and surrounded his car and deputy say Smith shot himself police wanted Smith for the murder of Daniel opted in Lakeland Monday morning the Coast Guard calls the search for two firefighters lost at sea a race against time Brian Clooney and Justin Walker left Friday on a fishing trip off the Florida coast no one has seen them since with Florida's news I'm John the question from a forty central credit union auto loans traffic center we're getting reports of recipients Boulevard is blocked at summer gave Boulevard this is just north of state road fifty six you might want to stick to I seventy five or fall the local P. towards there this sport is sponsored by compassion international right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future no hope but you can bring helping you become a compassion international sponsor just tax the world child eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now page Carrera newsradio WFLA see traffic problems call the injury firm of Abraham sending you to where traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five a good deal of sunshine into the afternoon hours that's more spotty showers and thunderstorms developing across in one spot to then drifting back towards the Gulf coast through the afternoon and evening overall rain chance about thirty percent those high temperatures above average low nineties showers wrap up tonight partly cloudy skies low temps drop into the middle and upper seventies little hotter on Thursday that rain chance around thirty percent once again the high temp ninety three degrees I'm storm teammate meteorologists Ian Oliver on news radio WFLA are you wondering if you have enough income to retire on if this is the year you start looking at retirement planning let's talk I'm Steve Holland my custom retirement.
"gulf county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Another push for peace in the Middle East. President Donald Trump is believed to be seeking concessions from Israel in an effort to jump-start peace talks with the Palestinians, a move that could push prime minister Netanyahu into a political corner. Given the makeup of his right wing coalition. The news comes amid reports the American leader is close to reaching the conclusion that Netanyahu would prefer to maintain the status quo and therefore is ready to get tough with the premier to date. Washington is directed IRA over the impasse towards the Palestinian Authority, which responded by imposing a boycott on. US officials. President Trump nevertheless has stress numerous times since recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital that Netanyahu's government will be expected to pay a price in any future negotiations. I'm Charles people's air, townhall news Jerusalem. More news and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. From Washington, I'm Bob Agnew. The devastation from hurricane. Michael could threaten to blow Honey production in a tiny Florida community. That's the main source of the sweet delicacy after making landfall October. Tenth Michaels is swept over the Gulf county town of what watch the primary hub for two Honey production, local beekeepers are already worried about the two thousand nine nineteen harvest. It's unclear how many white to below gum. Trees along the Appalachia. Cola river fell got damaged by the hurricane. Meanwhile, surviving beat colonies don't have nectar in areas stripped bare by Michael's fierce, winds tanker trucks full of corn syrup, and tens of thousands of pounds of synthetic pollen or being rushed to beekeepers from the Gulf of Mexico that the Georgia line to feed the bees Keith Peters. Reporting on musk says he's planning to offer the public free rides through a tunnel. He board under a Los Angeles suburb protest, a new type of transportation system is described as system was vehicles where people in pods or moved on electrically powered platforms. More from townhall dot com. When it comes to probiotics. Why do employees managers and owners of health stores recommend him personally, take theralac more than.
"gulf county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a lakeland city. Commissioner faces a murder charge for shooting a shoplifting suspect to death poke Honey state attorney, Brian Hause. It is important that this process. Go forward that the victim the victim's family, the defendant and our community receive fair process and a fair trial, and we are committed to continuing to work diligently to accomplish that done claims he acted in self defense when he shot crystal ball Lopez whom he suspected of. Swiping a hatchet from Duns army surplus store in lakeland October third but surveillance video shows done grabbing Lopez Lopez tried to run away then shooting him Michael Drake up appeared in court yesterday. He's the Clearwater man claiming self defense in the shooting death of marquees McLaughlin during a confrontation over a handicapped parking space in July. Fred Shaw of the Pinellas Pasco state attorney's office says the state could call a hundred witnesses in the manslaughter case. Possible we'd like to get his take possible. So we're getting all the discovery out. Prosecutors have also indicated they will rely on a previous parking lot argument. Drake ahead. He pretrial hearing comes in December hurricane Michael did more than a billion dollars worth of damage in north Florida. And that's just the trees. The storm hit some of the top timber producing areas in the state slashing through three million acres of forest land in the panhandle it also damaged timber manufacturing facilities like pulp mills and sawmills agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says the trees that were knocked down with something in the neighborhood of one point three billion dollars. He calls it a catastrophic loss to the forest industry in the panhandle and all those dead trees could come back to haunt the state as they rot and turned into fuel for the wildfire season. Rick flag, Tallahassee the storm now claims a first responder as a victim Gulf county says firefighter.
"gulf county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Five page Carreira NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A big set another record this afternoon, but cooler air is coming ninety degrees now at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a hurricane Michael claims. Another victim the fire coordinator in Gulf county was killed yesterday. When a tree fell on his tractor is he was clearing debris at least thirty four other deaths. Have been blamed on the storm. Meanwhile, officials say Michael did more than a billion dollars worth of damage to trees. The storm hit some of the top timber producing areas in the state slashing through three million acres of forest land in the panhandle. It also damaged timber manufacturing facilities like pulp mills and sawmills agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says the trees that were knocked down with something in the neighborhood of one point three billion dollars. He calls it a catastrophic loss to the forest industry in the panhandle and all those dead trees could come back to haunt the state as they rot and turned into fuel for the wildfire season. Rick flag, Tallahassee what if Michael had hit the bay area? According to a simulation done several years ago by the southwest Florida regional planning council obtained by the Tampa Bay times. The storm surge across the bay area could reach twenty six feet and push well, inland, half a million homes and businesses could be destroyed with a death toll of two thousand but the times notes that the study was done with numbers from the two thousand census and the population of the bay area has increased by a million people since then. As the caravan of Central American migrants closes in on Mexico, southern border secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, flew to Mexico City today to meet with officials about how to stop the estimated four thousand migrants from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, let's see what progress.
Hurricane Michael Death Toll Rises to 35
"The death toll from hurricane. Michael is up to thirty five. The latest body found yesterday in Gulf county a man who was killed while clearing debris and a tree fell on his tractor.
After backlash, Verizon giving 3 months’ free service to Florida counties hit hardest by Hurricane Michael
"Verizon says it's going to get three months of free service to customers who live in some of the Florida county slammed by hurricane Michael. In a statement issued today Verizon wireless, executive vice president Ronin dune done said, the company would give a three month credit for every customer in bay and Gulf counties. Florida officials including governor Rick Scott had
"gulf county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And by today, it's gonna be hot. Now, we have a slight chance for a passing shower later this afternoon. Our top story this morning. I believe the federal government is ready to provide any assistance that the state asked for nineteen people now confirmed dead those are confirmed dead from hurricane Michael many more are unaccounted for as President Trump is going to be there today to see the damage firsthand. Jamie Dupree, two point oh says the president will land about noon at Eglin Air Force base before he heads to South Georgia later in the day to see the damage there. I'm jay. Duprey in Washington the destruction caused by hurricane. Go is incredible. Resident Trump will get a firsthand view of the damage today that we've seen in a long long time going first to the Florida, panhandle. And then to Georgia food is being supplied water is being supplied bringing words of encouragement and support. We're with you. One hundred percent is rescue officials continue to look for victims of this storm power crews are working double time in the panhandle the lights back on here's Duke energy's and McGovern. There is you know, an area where the storm made landfall and just left massive destruction and significant damage, and we're still assessing the damage and not area, you know, that would be vacancy Gulf county area. And we're just not sure exactly what the extent of their reconstructions can be like some big trouble this morning with the red tide all the fish. Can you imagine the stink? Now the update coming up on early. Linda's morning news..
"gulf county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Crews are working really quickly to get those backup on the ride into work. Several major arteries were already up, but that's gonna take a lot longer as you go further west from Tallahassee into areas like Appalachicola again, Panama City, they sustained significant damage to their grids municipal cooperative agreements in place. So there are crews coming in from other states to come and assist with that. But that's gonna take a while for some of those outlying communities to recover and for power to be restored. Now, we are is FEMA on the ground yet. And if so what are they doing to mitigate some of this damage FEMA is in route it's hard to get to some of these places. We've got several of main highways that right now are shuttered. You cannot get through interstate ten which is a major artery. Major artery in north Florida. It's closed for about eighty miles east to west some of those other highways coastal ninety eight part of it washed out. So it's taking emergency responders a lot longer to get down. There. We've not yet heard whether or not they are on the ground as of yet. But we do know that they are trying to get out there. But getting out there again with the road closures the highway closures is very hard to do right now. And what about the shelter situation? How have the shelters been dealing with folks? Are they overflowing or are they a capacity about thirteen hundred people at last count. We're in in shelters. Most of the shelters did fill up some dead get to capacity in places like Gulf county, others were full. So now, those shelters are turning into sort of longer term resting areas as families try and see what the situation is like in their homes, and are we expecting how long do you think will be displayed? Well for some people it could be a while. Again, you have had communities that washed away. We know a Franklin county has been devastated we've seen the damage out of Mexico beach, Panama City, it could be a while before people are allowed to get back into those areas to even check on whether or not they still have houses to go back to Lynn Hatter is the news director of w FSU.
"gulf county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Villafranca is in Gulf county windows blown out you have a lot of debris in the yard from the walls from the roof. Everything just ripped down. And thrown we have trees in the street. We were actually hunker down in port Saint Joe when Michael was blowing through the walls were shaking the ground was shaking. He was pretty vicious. We're wondering what that damage would look like more than six hundred thousand homes and businesses have no power to deaths blamed on Michael FEMA administrator, Brock. Long. Tell CBS this morning the dangers not over yet. The storm continues to batter South Carolina, North Carolina. Unfortunately, I mean, we're going to see, you know, potentially nine inches of rain in North Carolina as it exits out today. So we're trying to move as quickly as we can and obtain access and search and rescue is our real focus right now and American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut being flown to Moscow after their trip to the international space station was aborted minutes after blastoff NASA TV covering the flight. We heard the Russian flight control team report an issue with a booster that led to a ballistic descent landing for the crew on board. Nick Hagen Alexia of Chinon both okay after their Soyuz. Capsule landed safely in Kazakhstan pressure is mounting on the Trump administration after a Washington Post columnist vanished in east Ambuhl your CBS. Cami mccormick. Twenty Republican and democratic senators are calling on President Trump to order an investigation into Jamal cash hoagies disappearance. There is a law that author. Arises sanctions against the country for extrajudicial killings, torture, and gross human rights violations. Even though President Trump has said he would not stop arm sales to Saudi Arabia Republican Senator rand Paul says he'll force a vote in the Senate blocking those sales. A warning about department store jewelry that can make you born children sick. Michael Green the center for environmental health cadmium is incredibly toxic metal like lead it causes birth defects. It makes it harder to maintain a pregnancy. And it also makes it harder to get pregnant in the first place lab tests found thirty one pieces of jewelry sold at places like Nordstrom.
"gulf county" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"One person was killed, and there is much destruction. In the Florida, panhandle. Damage assessments are already underway CBS's Jeff in Panama City, you can see power lines down power poles down just across the street here. There is a the side ripped off a building. That is a scene. We are seeing all across this region. More than four hundred thousand homes and businesses are without power and Florida Georgia and Alabama CBS's Omar Villafranca in port Saint Joe Florida saw trees snapped. We thought pieces of building that were coming off power is out in this area of Gulf county. And that's gonna be obviously you're gonna have to deal with for several days. And and maybe even longer CBS news special report, I'm Pam Coulter. WBZ news time eight thirty to another earthquake. In Indonesia, a government official says at least three people were killed as a shallow magnitude six earthquakes struck off the coast of Indonesia's Java and Bali islands on Thursday. He says the victims were killed after being crushed by collapsing buildings. Today's quake comes twelve days after an earthquake ends soon. Nami hit the island of pillow ESI killing more than two thousand people possibly thousands more are buried in areas where the force of the quake liquefied, the soil and sucked houses into the earth. A strong earthquake has hit Papua New Guinea and raises the possibility of a soon. Nami the magnitude seven quake struck Thursday morning on the Pacific island nation, which like Indonesia is in the ring of fire in area of the Pacific prone to earthquakes. Scientists don't have any tide gauges close to where the earthquake happens. So they're unable to say at this point whether su-nam as have been generated WBZ news time, eight thirty three of fifty six year old New York man is charged with making a bomb as part of a plot. Blow himself up in Washington DC on election day, CBS news, correspondent Paula Reid. FBI agents continued searching a home just north of New York City where they discovered a two hundred pound bomb. Prosecutors say Paul Rosenfeld plan to detonate that bomb in Washington DC on election day, he allegedly wanted to kill himself and draw attention to his political beliefs over the past two months, according to court papers Rosenfeld allegedly sent letters in text messages to a Pennsylvania resident detailing his plan to detonate the bomb on the National Mall to draw attention to the sort Titian political theory that advocates the random selection of government officials the FBI says in court filings that Rosenfeld confessed to ordering large quantities of black powder. Over the internet on Capitol Hill senators held a hearing on threats to the homeland security secretary Kerstin Nielsen said China is trying to influence the upcoming midterm elections. But there's no evidence it's trying to attack election infrastructure like voting. Machines, still she told lawmakers China presents a wide ranging threat. They're bringing everything they have to bear playing along game. They're trying to influence us in every way possible FBI director Chris Wray, it affects every sector of our economy every state in the country and just about every aspect of what we hold. Dear Ray said China represents the broadest most complicated long-term threat, the US faces. Cami McCormick CBS news, Washington. Chicago police are following up on hundreds of leads after last week's random shooting deaths of two people over two days in Rogers park, the twenty four th police district in Rogers park will be one of several districts that will receive advanced technology in coming months that is designed to drive down crime and minimize violence. ABM superintendent Eddie Johnson, if the technology could have prevented the neighborhoods recent murder never know, you know, you don't have a crystal ball Davis say that. But I would certainly hope that we could gather some evidence, you know. So you know, it is what it is. You know, it's hard to say.
"gulf county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eight eighty live in the weather center meteorologist, Bob Larsen Sommese, sunshine, quite warm bad habit. The runs the Saturday at a high of eighty and we'll say tonight, cloudy rain moving in toward daybreak. A low is seventy one mostly cloudy and humid tomorrow rain at times. Could also be a heavier thunderstorm tomorrow Zayed, seventy six degrees. Breezy and much cooler on Friday. Clearing is sixty two right out is seventy three invas-, you're eighty and Hackensack seventy eight degrees bid tab with a high temperature of right around eighty Steve Bob Larsen live in our weather center. And of course, we are keeping our eye on hurricane Michael which has made landfall along the Florida panhandle to fifty at WCBS. CBS news special report. Hurricane Michael remains a category. Four storm as it moves inland over the Gulf Coast of Florida more from our Jeff glory in Panama City beach the wings. Here is is horrendous. Far worse than a lot of folks expected. I mean, keep in mind this went from. Tropical storm to what I believe is almost a category. Five storm now in what about seventy two hours or so four bonded, Omar Villafranca is import Saint Joe this whole area. Here in Gulf county is without power storm surge, obviously is a big deal. That's the big killer and hurricanes and just in a matter of minutes. We saw a few inches turned to more than a foot in a half. So that storm surges coming meteorologist Jeff Barrett deli. Some people will end up inside the I, which means it may clear things may come down for ten or fifteen minutes. Don't be fooled. It's going to pick up big time on the backside of the storm is well CBS news special report. I'm.
"gulf county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Thankfully, a few years ago. They built a new emergency operation center. That's well away from the coastline across the northern part of the county here, it's built all modern standards. And it's quite the bunker. We have staff that are up there right now. And we're evacuating some of the staff here from the television station, and that's where they're gonna end up going up to the EOC for their safe place in the kind of stage out up there. So we have a great emergency operation center team here. Mark Bowen, the director fantastic dying. You know, he's gone through some storms of the past nothing quite like this. But they're going to be staged and ready up there and ready to react. But you know, this is as we've been saying has the possibility being benchmark storm for our area. And I think it's going to be exactly that unfortunately, Chris real quick the storm surges, it's still the big concern. Yeah. Storm search near the coastline. I mean, we have areas that are so susceptible from Mexico beach down into the Gulf county Cape sandblast, if you ever looking to map of Florida, it's kind of like that little it's missed the kinda shoots out from Gulf county. Most of that entire isthmuses basically at elevation of the storm search so that may go completely underwater with us. And you know, there's there's homes out there. And you know, hopefully, they're no people out there riding out the storm. Chris Brown the help and good luck to you guys. That is Chris Smith chief meteorologist WJ H G television in Panama City, they evacuated everybody from the television station to except for Chris. And a couple of engineers to stay on the air. Yesterday. He said he was bringing three suits to work. So again, these guys are working hard. And I hope they all stay safe..
"gulf county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of October thirty four minutes past the hour and Florida and Alabama are getting ready for hurricane Michael, which is gaining strength of a warm tropical waters. Many fearing it will swiftly intensify into a major hurricane before hitting the Gulf Coast anticipated landfalls expected tomorrow on the northeast Gulf Coast. That's Florida governor Rick Scott warned of a potentially devastating strike. You cannot hide from storm surges so get prepared and get out if an evacuation is ordered every family must be prepared every family. Remember, we can rebuild your house. Can I rebuild your life? Take this seriously and keep your family safe. If you're under investigation order lead. Don't wait hurricane Michael poses a deadly threat. And as it grows stronger. We expected to make landfall is a major category. Three storm on Wednesday along the Gulf Coast, the panhandle and parts of the big bend will likely see winds in excess of one hundred and ten miles per hour. We have never seen a storm like this hit this part of our state again hurricane Michael's forecast to be the most destructive storm to hit the Florida panhandle in decades. This storm will be life threatening. And extremely dangerous. We're expecting four to eight inches of rain and some areas might see twelve inches of rain. This storm will bring torrential rain to most of the panhandle and big band, which means flooding will be a major issue again prepare for major flooding from the storm hurricane Michael will bring deli storm surge too, many areas even those outside the path. The National Hurricane Center is forecasting star. Search to be between eight to twelve feet eight to twelve feet between Indian passed in Gulf county. And the crystal river eight to twelve feet. It means the water will come miles on shore could easily rise over the roofs of houses. Eight to twelve feet of storm surge is deadly. I cannot stress enough how deadly how dangerous storm surge will be. Let me be clear. Hurricane Michael is a monstrous storm and the forecast gate keeps getting more dangerous. Yeah. I'd governor Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency for Alabama signing that Monday in anticipation of widespread. Power outages wind damage and heavy rain associated with the storm like previous storms officials.
"gulf county" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"State of the union tackling immigration i'm anne cates president trump is preparing to update americans of the state of the union tuesday correspondent kaitlan collins in that speech we expect the president to not only tell the successes of his first year in office but all also to go over what he hopes to accomplish in his second year in office immigration infrastructure also touching on international issues such as north korea the middle east he just got back from the world economic forum in davos switzerland so we can certainly expect him to talk about trade is well congress will take of president trump's controversial immigration plan the administration framework includes a path to citizenship for one point eight million people who were in the us illegally many conservative lawmakers and groups immediately labelled that amnesty president trump's plan would also eliminate the visa lottery and would sharply narrow familybased immigration we must replace our current system of extended family chain migration with a merit based system top senate democrat charles schumer says the proposal which also calls for money for a border wall and other security mechanisms is a wish list for anti immigrant hardliners jury bowed lender washington widespread flu cases are found in every state except hawaii correspondent polo sandoval reports some schools have been temporarily closed as a result in the florida panhandle that's where the superintendent of gulf county school says twenty percent of their students were absent from class this week and the same goes for nearly a third of their staff they way they're sick or at home taking care of some of their children that were six so the superintendent order the campus is closed for cleaning.
"gulf county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now a global news update state of the union tackling immigration i'm anne cates president trump is preparing to update americans of the state of the union tuesday corresponded kaitlan collins speech we expect the president to not only tell the successes of his first year in office but all also to go over what he hopes to accomplish in his second year in office immigration infrastructure also touching on international issues such as north korea the middle east he just got back from the world economic forum in davos switzerland so we can certainly expect him to talk about trade is wealth congress will take of president trump's controversial immigration plan the administration framework includes a path to citizenship for one point eight billion people who were in the us illegally many conservative lawmakers and groups immediately labelled that amnesty president trump's plan would also eliminate the visa lottery and would sharply narrow family base immigration we must replace our current system of extended family chain migration with a merit based system top senate democrat charles schumer says the proposal which also calls for money for a border wall and other security mechanisms is a wishlist for anti immigrant hardliners jerry bowed lender washington widespread flu cases are found in every state except hawaii correspondent polo sandoval reports some schools have been temporarily closed as a result in the florida panhandle that's where the superintendent of gulf county school says twenty percent of their students were absent from classes week and the same goes for nearly a third of their staff they way they're sick or at home taking care of some of their children that were six so the superintendent order the campuses closed for cleaning.
"gulf county" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Despite strong job growth cbs news business reporter jason brooks says corporate layoffs are still on the upswing job growth has been strong in 2017 but employment tracker challegers says corporate layoffs increased more than thirty five thousand in november of seventeen percent from the prior month overall job cuts are down over twenty percent compared to 2016 through the same period but challenger is anticipating a rise in job cuts next year due to a number of big mergers in particular in the pharmaceutical industry with cvs buying aetna and anticipation of amazon bind generic drug makers as it explores getting into that business and you dinosaur species discovered in mongolia is something like dr seuss's could have create at scientists say the creature only eighteen inches tall had a bill like a duck but teeth like a crocodile a swan like nick in killer clause it lived seventy five million years ago hunting on the ground in in fresh water pam coulter cbs news hello this was gulf county sheriff's they've graves i would like to take this opportunity to wish all gulf kenny citizens of mary christmas mustaffa now we shall hauled view the very basis and safe travis mayer christmas from the culture county sheriff's department your ladies local weather we are below freezing now and we fall into the twenty th overnight twenty two degrees in manchester tomorrow morning with a cloudy sky above a mix of clouds and sun during the day with a high of only thirty eight friday afternoon a high of thirty eight than a low of twenty one tomorrow night into saturday saturday afternoon should be mostly sunny with a high of forty two and sunday should be sunny dry and cold on sunday with a high of forty degrees and again we fall below freezing each night for the next several days stay.