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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A. Nathan Hager Down there with World a national headlines. Nathan Lisa. Thank you. France is raising its threat level to its maximum. That's after the third suspected terror attack in the country in two months. A man with a knife killed three people in a church in the Mediterranean city of nieces comes two months after the trial began related to the Charlie Have dough Mass killing back in January. 2015 and this new terror alert comes hours before France goes into its second Corona virus locked down with the pandemic surging in that country, and in Germany, it's cleanup time in Louisiana and Mississippi. As what was Hurricane Zeta tears through the South Storm made landfall yesterday is a strong category two. It is now a tropical storm Guy. McInnis is president of ST Bernard Parish. We took it on the chin here with. I think it's going to be worse than what we expected a lot of power lines down and trees. Almost two million customers are without power from Louisiana, Georgia. The storm is blamed for at least two deaths. Five days till the election. Both President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are competing for votes today in Florida. Both candidates are going to be in Tampa within hours of each other. More than 73 Million Americans have already voted by mail or absentee. More from Bloomberg's Kathleen Hunter, sort of downplaying the degree to which developments in the final days of the campaign are going to have a bearing on its outcome because you know anything that happened. That number of Americans have already voted. Anything that happened in the last five days isn't going to affect the Wisconsin Republican Party says. Hackers stole $2.3 million from the account they were using to help reelect President Trump Party's chairman tells The Associated Press. Hackers were able to manipulate invoices from four vendors were sending out direct mail and merchandise to Trump supporters. Global News on Aaron on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That writes the rules and regulations. The goal of it is to have a majority stake on the committee by civilians, which supporters of the bill they will lead to police implementing and adhering to anti racism policies. Hurricane Sally at a crawl in the Gulf Foxes have been brown outside New Orleans in ST Bernard Parish. There's water on the streets already, and they've shut floodgates expecting high amounts of storm search at 11 ft. No, We're not have water up again all here but at 14 or 15 ft. That is the trigger too close, so They obviously feel that that is a possibility. That's Guy McInnis, the parish presidents, The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center says the storms winds are down to 85 miles an hour, but all warnings remain in effect. Eben Brown. Fox News. The sports landscape already looks different this year in college basketball is no exception. CBS Sports is reporting the Asheville, North Carolina and Indianapolis are the two cities being considered Tau host The Maui Invitational. It's a mid season tournament usually played every year in Hawaii, but the Corona virus pandemic has forced the tournament stateside. The Indiana Hoosiers already one of the teams playing in the tournament coming up, Notre Dame is testing a lot and the topless voter speaks. Those stories and more next on 93 W Y. D. C coming up on Tony Cats today. The riots are never ending. And Jim Garrity talks Corona virus that's coming up in three minutes. An appeal denied. Stanley report for attorneys argue that Eliza Shepard had not been proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and that the jury should have been told Maura about the evidence that would not support a reckless homicide charge. State appellate court rejected those arguments and upheld the conviction of the Fulton County woman charged for hitting four Children as they waited for a school bus, killing three of them. Stanley or 93. W I. B. C mobile, New Notre Dame may have beaten Duke Saturday, but no one has beaten the Corona virus. Two players have tested positive and tomb or our quarantine. Head coach Brian Kelly says None of the four players played Saturday. We've started additional testing. Daily for practice Eso not only we three times testing were daily testing, he says. They don't want any positives at practice to end up with ride white spread infections, The fighting Irish are still onto place South Florida this Saturday in South Bend. At least 36 people have died in wildfires burning across the West Coast. President Trump visited California on Monday, where he disagreed with what state experts told him about the fires. I'd have burned more than three million acres in that state. The president not buying assertions by some experts that climate change is driving wildfires have happened there. The last few years, wildfires have covered the West Coast with a thick layer of smoke, and that smoke has now made its way to the Midwest. Madison McGill reports on the effects it will have on the Hoosier State, You may have noticed a milky nous to the sky or more vivid sunrises and sunsets. That's because the smoke is several 1000 ft in the air. It works kind of similar to a thin layer of cloud cover is a good way to put it is it's like filtered sunshine, which TV meteorologist Marcus Bailey says the smoke is so far above us. It shouldn't affect our air quality. The bad stuff stays roll above anything that we would breathe in. He says The smoke should begin clearing out by Thursday. Madisonville 93 WNBC Mobile knew the woman now known as the topless voter says she has no regrets. The unidentified woman in her sixties from New Hampshire, stripped from the waist up on a pole worker told her she couldn't vote in the Democratic primary, wearing a shirt showing pictures of the late Senator John McCain and President Trump with the slogan American Hero and American zero A woman who wasn't wearing a broad says she kept her face mask on, though, because removing it would have been unhealthy. I'm Kurt Darling and I'm Rob Connie, on the level on the go on Twitter at 90 www dot com lie from the Heartland and the Crossroads of America. It's Tony Cats today. Hurricane Sally, This thing came upon people quickly. Wass, aiming for Louisiana. Mississippi now looks like it's going to hit Mississippi, Alabama, the Panhandle of Florida and then hang a quick right off of the Gulf of Mexico. And this thing is moving slow. Last reports it was moving at three miles an hour. That means rain, tonnes of rain and insane amount. Of possible flooding in this thing for them, you know, it's not like it came out of nowhere, but it certainly was not on the radars, like others were right now. This is to the east of New Orleans, which means New Orleans might get some rain, but they're on the the softer side of this mobile. Mobile Mobile Mobile, Alabama. That's where that's coming on dead center, which means Panama City. Is going to take the strong side of this storm. Tony Katz. Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 8334688669. It's the flooding. That's going to be the story and we will keep our eyes on it now. We have been discussing. This miss no murder that has taken place across the country regarding riots..

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on KNSS

"O'Neil. NSS News once again a programming note, Stephen Tender off this week they'll return live on Monday, September 21st. We'll have a look at your forecast coming up. But now National News from Fox News. It's barely budget. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News, giving people along the Gulf Coast more time to prepare for Hurricane Sally. All the locals are already up announced, so they're going. She's in Dauphin Island, Alabama. Fox's Evan Brown tracking Sally Live and they've outside New Orleans in ST Bernard Parish. There's water on the streets, and they've shut floodgates expecting high amounts of storm surge at 11 ft. You know, we're not gonna have water up against the wall here. But at 14 or 15 ft, That is the trigger too close, so They obviously feel that that is a possibility. Guy McInnis, the parish president, the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center out just before the hour, says the storms winds are down to 85 miles an hour, but all warnings remain in effect. Dave on the storm might have some timely tomorrow. The wildfires blame for least 35 deaths, keeping burning in the West, making the air quality poor with a smoky haze in many areas. President Trump surveyed destruction in California, blaming poor forest management and had this exchange with the state secretary of natural resource is who blamed warmer weather. It'll start getting cooler wishes you just watch. I wish science agree. Think sayings knows, Actually Presidents. Democratic challenger Joe Biden called him a climate arsonists. He gets a second term..

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:02 min | 6 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"What we call emergency protective measures. Are available improved now in the 30 parishes that we requested Sally's anticipated to bring 7 to 11 Ft. Of Storm surge from the mouth of the Mississippi to Ocean Springs and 3 to 5. Ft. Of Storm surge, the governor said, is anticipated in like Pancho trains and more a paw. Norman's mayor, LaToya Cantrell's calling on residents to be ready in the event. Hurricane Sally doesn't do with the forecast expects to Wwll Dave Cohen report, the mayor says shifts to the East in the forecast track for Hurricane Sally seems to be better news for the city of New Orleans but knows there is still a significant threat can again easily moved back forecasts are not certain where the landfall will be, says the possibility of excessive rainfall has her concerned, so we're just trying to do the best that we can to prepare. Our city for a lot of rain fall, she says. Depending on the path wind could be a major issue to in addition to the surge outside of the levee protection Storm surge remains a concern outside levee protection in New Orleans, ST Bernard and Plaquemines Parish, with Sally upgraded to a hurricane and shifting more to the East ST Bernard Parish President guy McInnis. Says he expects his parish will still get hit with Tropical Storm force winds and Serge were thinking tropical stone whether 30 to 40 Mile an hour winds in safe nor cars. Starting at around 1 A.m.. Andi. This is such a slow moving storm. We're looking at it coming to Biloxi Marsh. One PM on Tuesday, According to the National Hurricane Center, Sally's winds jumped 20 MPH higher. She is expected to intensify even more to a Category two ST. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper says the Hurricanes juke to the east is good news for them. The further eats it goes, Of course, the better. We're expecting a TTE this time the 46 FT Storm surge along League Party train Which will affect the lower areas of slide down the comb Madisonville in Mandeville. ST. Tammany Parish predicts 6 to 10 inches of rainfall, Cooper says that could cause rivers and buy used to overflow. Travel of Atlantic is very busy right now, with four other name storms. None of the others are a threat to land at this time. Preparations underway in Mississippi CBS News Brief Hurricane named Sally is expected to make landfall along the Gulf Coast overnight. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has declared a state of emergency storm surge projections continue to be worrisome. With anywhere from 5 to 8. FT. Overall coast surge in Hancock County that could be greater than 9 FT. President Trump is dismissing climate concerns, insisting it'll start getting cooler soon. He's in California for a briefing on the wildfires out West. We have to do a lot about Forest management. Joe Biden accuses the president of being a climate arsonists from New York City..

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"WWL first news. It's 12 noon. I'm Chris Miller on your official weather station, WWL AM FM and dot com. Definitely August looks like it'll be a lot of sunshine out there today and, uh, the hot one but less humid with high temperatures into the lower nineties. But we are going to be dealing with a potentially here also some rain showers and thunderstorms about a 30% chance. Some could produce some hail and gusty winds, especially across the north shore. WWL TV meteorologist Dave Nussbaum has the latest on tropical depression 14 and Tropical Storm Laura Tropical depression. 14 is little ragged this morning but is expected to strengthen the tropics to a Marco later today and eventually becoming a hurricane by Monday and making landfall as a hurricane as we head on into the timeframe on Tuesday of next week, right near the Louisiana Texas border near Sabine Pass, we're like it gets a very, very heavy rain coming from this Also keeping a close eye. A newly formed tropical storm Laura, as it works its way through the Caribbean will be impact in the islands now, since it is farther south, and then eventually will be working away, potentially in the Gulf of Mexico heading into next week. Still, a lot of uncertainty exists with this because of its new position by potentially a hurricane as we get into next Tuesday in the golf, making landfall somewhere on the northern or eastern part of the The Gulf of Mexico. I'll be right back with the local weather expert forecasts. State emergency managers are monitoring the two storms preparing for the worst hoping for the best, but it looks like there could be Merging of the two you know, in the gulf and everything. It's just kind of been incredible to watch. But you got to deal with the hand you're dealt. Mike Steel with the governor's Office of Homeland Security and emergency preparedness says Go Sepp is in constant communication with parish leaders planning and preparing for the storms. ST Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis has declared a state of emergency, which allows the parish to open 10 stations to pick up sandbags. More than 4500 Louisianans have died from Cove in 19. The total is now 4546 up 50 from yesterday. Total cases up 899 Now 7 141,020 hospitalizations dropped again down 36 to 1051. The new postmaster general's on Capitol Hill today, answering questions about whether his new policies air slowing the male ahead of the election. CBS's cameo McCormick Reports, Lewis to Joy gave lawmakers plenty of assurances The Postal Service is fully capable and committed to delivering the nation's.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Hiding humor with a thirty percent chance for rain and storms and highs back in the nineties now that we have on shore winds from the south it's pushing water through Lake Pontchartrain leg more upon like born under the north shore W. W. wells Christian Garrick checked out the scene on the lake front in old Mandeville water obviously coming over the sea wall that is Lake Pontchartrain Whitecaps come in in this neighborhood now treatment blocked off pretty much every street trying to get to the lakefront Mandeville an open bill I have been blocked off we have video on our WWL radio Facebook page emergency manager Clarence pow in St Tammany says they're hopeful that despite the rivers now backed up unable to drain into the like because of that southerly wind but they can still handle whatever rainfall they see today are mostly just those areas that typically flood lake shore there and and and the B. L. out in a live call Marion and some in society but we've seen a lot worse than what it is right now in these areas it's difficult but so because we got a lot of storage space you know in our rivers so hopefully this is out of here pretty soon we'll continue to monitor a couple of people from Slidell are missing today after they reportedly took a boat out on the lake during the storm search teams say Ted Roach and Jennifer Lynn going left sought by you yesterday on a twenty eight foot yell skiff but they have not come back they should have returned around one thirty yesterday afternoon the St Tammany parish sheriff's office and the Louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries are helping Coast Guard crews with the search if you have any information about the missing people or their skiff contact the Coast Guard WWLTV Sheba Turk while crystal ball wasn't on organized storm that could not get very powerful it did leave its mark on southeast Louisiana as we hear from W. W. wells Chris Miller in St Bernard parish if the search came faster than parish president guy McInnis I'd ever seen it come up before he says there was no danger we have the best levee system in the world that was built after Katrina we don't have a problem inside of our Levinson I want to make sure that I make that clear it is outside of our levee system in the lower end of several cars but with a long season ahead of.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Number of ways as we hear from W. W. wells Chris Miller in St Bernard parish the search came faster than parish president guy McInnis I'd ever seen it come up before he says there was no danger we have the best levee system in the world that was built after Katrina we don't have a problem inside of our Levinson I want to make sure that I make that clear it is outside of our levee system in the lower end of several cars but with a long season ahead of us and already three name storms McGinnis hopes not to see it again the levees in the entire region kept that five foot push of water out but they did see waters flood into outlying areas outside the levee is in Orleans parish as well and down on grand Isle floodwaters covered ninety percent of the island shocking the mayor who says that's a kind of an indication he would only expect to see with a more powerful storm hurricane we have drone video of the vast grandchild flooding on our website at W. W. L. dot com we start to see change taking a foothold in the way policing is done in this nation CBS news on nationwide protests gave way to what could become historic change in Minneapolis two weeks after George Boyd's death with the police officers need pressed against his neck local lawmakers have voted to dismantle the police department city council president Lisa Bender are going to do what's necessary to keep every single member of our community safe the truth at the Minneapolis police are not doing that former Minneapolis police officer Derek shaman is scheduled to make his first court appearance today he's charged with second degree murder in Houston there will be a public viewing ahead of tomorrow's funeral for George Floyd CBS's Bo Erickson says Joe Biden will meet with the family privately Biden is hoping to express his condolences in person there's also set to record a video message for the funeral service CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez on wallstreet things started out strong on the Dow up two hundred and twenty seven points in the opening minutes of trading the nasdaq is up six and the S. and P. five hundred is up thirteen all on optimism as more states release and reduce restrictions today after the corona virus pandemic the price of oil spall and sixty four cents it's trading at thirty eight ninety one.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Of coverage and is temporarily closed due to a tree in the roadway so we've had some trees down but no no major damage and there's still some slight wind gusts that we're experiencing right now that we're we're not you know we're not out of the woods yet but that the winds have subsided and many many times three fall after the storm passes because there there's water so or in the process of falling so we're we're pretty much spared considering what could have been and power outages monk we had some power outages yesterday that were considerable up to about twenty five hundred Cleco Washington thank him electric have been Johnny on the spot and we're down to three hundred sixty power outages this at this point thank you a coop all right so you are failing all right you're cool okay Sir he he probably talk okay talk thank you hi coop you got it we'll talk to you again eight twenty nine coming up on WWL first news next half hour we'll talk to guy McGinnis I called him back and then Jim down when the insurance commissioner about generally speaking this dry run for hurricane season get your stuff together file a claim right now yours WWL first news with Dave Cullen from our Jefferson financial federal credit union's studios offering great rates on both loans it's W. W. L. first news here's the latest from your official weather station W. W. L. cloudy breezy warm and humid with a one had a percent chance for some heavy rain and thunderstorms today need to watch out for flash flooding with some of the rain bands with highs in the mid eighties your local weather expert WW LTV meteorologist Dave Nussbaum is still watching what's left of crystal ball crystal ball is now a tropical depression as it works its way through north of baton Rouge but we'll still see some bands of rain coming across the area today if the set up of the city could still lead to some additional flash flooding one for your band is swiping the southern part along the coast of Louisiana right now with winds out of the south today Lake Pontchartrain like more appalling born they're all seeing water flowing on to the north shore WWLTV jade Cunningham reports from old Mandeville there is a significant amount of water were on the three hundred block of Wilkinson were actually I guess you could say three blocks from Lake Pontchartrain it is flooded from where we are all the way down to the lake white caps are flying over the flood wall and into the neighborhood but the homes there are built to withstand this kind of insurgents margin C. manager Clarence pow in St Tammany says they're hopeful that despite the rivers now backed up unable to drain into the lake that they'll still say handle whatever they can see you today accrued distros areas that typically flood lake shore there and and and to be out into the call Marion and some in Saudi but we've seen a lot worse than what it is right now in these areas is typically floods so because we got a lot of storage space you know in our rivers so hopefully this is out of here pretty soon we'll continue to monitor a couple of people from Slidell are missing after reportedly going out on a boat at the height of the storm yesterday search teams say Ted Roach and Jennifer Lynn goni left sold by you yesterday on a twenty foot yellow skiff and I've not come back yet they should return around one third yesterday afternoon the St Tammany parish sheriff's office and the Louisiana department of wildlife and fisheries are helping Coast Guard crews with their search have you any information about the missing people or their skiff contact the Coast Guard WWLTV Sheba Turk crystal ball was not a powerful storm but it left its mark in a number of ways as we hear from W. W. wells Chris Miller in St Bernard parish the search came faster than parish president guy McInnis I'd ever seen it come up before he says there was no danger.

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"W. W. L. first news it's eight o'clock good morning I'm Dave going on your official weather station W. W. well only to stay weather aware today depending on where these rain bands set up some of you could be doing was about additional one to three inches of rain that could cause some flash flooding issue here local weather expert WWL TV meteorologist Dave Nussbaum what's up with crystal ball now first of all now tropical depression as it continues to work its way north into parts of north Louisiana still could see some rain bands piling around the southern end of it across the southeast Louisiana in New Orleans area today depending where they set up we could pick up an additional one to three inches of rain that could cost some flash flooding Louisiana state climatologist berry time says we were fortunate that dry air got sucked into a crystal ball as it moves through the Gulf it was a little bit when you're you know in addition to that in the storm just never really pulled itself together which is why it made landfall early ragged storm with most of the rainfall on the eastern northern side while they got pummeled in Mississippi Alabama and Florida the New Orleans area did not see as much rain plus greater New Orleans was protected by the levees gates and flood walls they did their job of keeping out the storm surge outside the system however it was a different picture grandchild took a pounding with water covering the island from one end to the other walking around the barricade fastened to coming on a pass and they did just welled up the backside Allen push water all over the backside of going down about ninety percent of the island the mayor David Cartmell says it's gonna take days to pump out all that water but now it's the worst flooding he's ever seen from a tropical storm and hurricane we do a video of a drone flying over grand dial showing the widespread flooding on our website at W. W. well dot com streets also turned into streams outside the levees in Orleans parish and in lower St Bernard as we hear from W. W. wells Chris Miller crystal ball surge was never a threat to the hurricane risk reduction system but outside the levee St Bernard parish president guy McInnis says the search came in in a hurry that water comes in faster than it ever has and it stays longer than a McKenna says it's something we'll have to figure out with three named storms already just eight days into the hurricane season with crystal ball to our north now we're seeing a persistent south wind blowing water across Lake Pontchartrain onto lake.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:54 min | 9 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Of the rain bands with highs in the mid eighties local weather expert WWL TV meteorologist Dave Nussbaum bring us up to date on crystal ball crystal ball is now a tropical depression as it works its way through north of baton Rouge but we'll still see some bands of rain coming across the area today if the set up of the city could still lead to some additional flash flooding we are seeing gusty south winds this morning as well and that sending water into Mandeville this morning where we find W. W. wells Christian Garrick from about two hundred yards away I see the we prostrate white caps that are crashing over the sea wall poster out about walking through about should high water maybe a knee high water on here Mandeville and you can see from a distance now safely you can see what prostrate pretty angry right now similar scenes from one end of Lake Pontchartrain to the other also and legs born and more upon as that south wind is pushing that water up to the north W. W. L. T. V.'s Doug Mouton tells us however St Tammany leaders are feeling pretty good that the rivers will not overflow into neighborhoods today after rainfall was less than expected yesterday with crystal ball they will watch river levels but they're confident that they're going to be just fine coming out of this storm the storm pushed water from one end of grand Isle to the other leaving about five feet of water covering ninety percent of the island the brutal every apple to stick in the Gulf of Mexico and you know we just got to put more oxide research sites so to protect well this is just a tropical song of storms mayor David commodo couldn't believe the widespread flooding on grand Isle because it wasn't even a hurricane we have drone video shot over grandchild posted at W. W. well dot com for a relatively weak storm crystal ball brought a strong storm surge outside of levee protection across the region WWLP Chris Miller reports some local star veterans were surprised to search from crystal ball came up fast and stayed for a while said St Bernard parish president guy McInnis does look look good for the rest of the hurricane season three named storms in first week of the hurricane season so we are going to fight all the way through our concern Guinness said this wasn't a threat to overtop the levee system but it was faster than he'd ever seen there was also flooding outside of the levee protection system in Orleans parish but inside of the walls gates and levees everyone remained dry throughout the event W. W. L. Tom for a man went out to see how people felt about crystal ball after it moved north of the region what Tonya relocated to a hotel to wait out the storm which she thought was going to be a lot worse are we here at the hotel we thought everything was gonna flat out soon there was no flood not so much damage just rain what is right now and that's it no water no flood in a little bit of puddles in the world but that's about it nothing else a much different story east of here is Mississippi Alabama and Florida took the brunt of the storm and got the full exposure to the tropical system WWLTV Jericho Fernando spent the day in Mississippi all the way from past Christianity to block the highway nineteen was closed Sunday that's about twenty five miles along the beach there were reported power outages along the Mississippi Gulf coast by Sunday we saw cruise up and down the streets trying to restore that power as soon as possible officials today are looking for two people from Slidell who apparently took a boat out on lake Pontchartrain as crystal ball was pushing in St Tammany sheriff's office is reporting Ted Roach and Jennifer Lynn goni went missing around three thirty yesterday afternoon after they failed to return to solve by you near Slidell the last Slidell around one PM and were expected back at one thirty there were in a twenty foot skiff WWL TV's Karen Swenson Minneapolis getting rid of cops CBS news update protests even wait to change.

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WWL

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Shifting the employers religious beliefs the cost of that I want to be please do not share those with you the latest arguments happening remotely because of the corona virus pandemic live audio being provided Ginsburg is getting treatment for an infection no Francisco defended the administration's rules in this key High Court case the challenges an obamacare provision in two thousand seventeen in the best traditions of this country's commitment to religious liberty the government sought to resolve the issue by promulgating new rules exempting those employers who objected to the mandate CBS news update I'm Steve K. for the U. S. navy blue angels will fly over the New Orleans area this afternoon starting at one forty five coming in from the west and making a loop over the city on the north shore before heading on back to Pensacola at starts around one forty five later in the afternoon about three thirty St Bernard parish president guy McInnis will be flying over St Bernard in a Cessna one eighty five to salute nurses on nurses day but it may be fun to joke about your social media feeds about Louisiana bug experts say we need fear the giant Japanese wash bay K. A. the murder Hornet the giant Asian insect is grabbing headlines but LSU AgCenter entomologist Kristin Healy says those that have been detected a bit limited to a small region there's only been handful of collections of the corn in the U. S. and they've all been contained in upper Washington state and across the border into British Columbia the real issue is what they could do to honey bee populations if they spread thirty what can actually go in and kill thirty to forty thousand honey bees in just a matter of hours Kevin Barnhardt W. W. L. first news on Wall Street the Dow down fifteen points nasdaq up ninety nine S. and P. five hundred up to oil down a dollar forty one at twenty three fifteen a.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Where it starts the planes are gonna fly through the metro area to New Orleans east of looping over the north shore to go back across the west bank the blue angels are honoring healthcare workers all across the country we have that flight plan for the blue angels this afternoon at W. W. L. dot com and then there will be a local fly over a little later but our parish will hold its own flyover parish president guy McInnis will honor central workers by flying in a seaplane he will take off from della crow starting at three thirty the flyover will end at the St Bernard Ochsner hospital campus around four o'clock WWLTV Sheba Turk a Louisiana house committee today is set to hear a resolution aiming to take away the governor's power to enforce a stay home order it's the second legislative instruments circulating that would end the order house GOP caucus chair Blake began says unlike the petition this resolution would not endanger federal Stafford act funding because it doesn't technically in the order of like have a speed limit sign which is such a gap that speed and no police officers on the road basically the governor had to stay home order but since we're moving to the Portsmouth powers have both the governor and words called it misguided I don't think the legislature is going to do it and the C. capital bureau Matt Doyle W. W. well first news CBS news update the president seems to be moving forward and yes he says his covert nineteen task force will be replaced by an economic group in a few weeks is a look at what's going on people losing their jobs we have to bring it back and that's what we're doing Mr trump on ABC but Wharton school computer model says re opening all states completely could be disastrous with as many as three hundred fifty thousand deaths by the end of June Wharton's Alex are non we do want to give people and policymakers some sense of what the scale of the tradeoffs ourselves with jobs to fly fuller planes soon but CEO Gary Kelly tells CBS this morning it'll be a while we can't operate with near empty airplanes indefinitely and we're just going to have to adjust and adopt based on the demand as it recovers CBS news update I'm Peter king St Tammany parish president Mike Cooper says he wants to make sure the north.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"The airport and downtown at the three ten continuing roadwork again today in north and south bound around the hell boggling bridge on the river crossings problem free Shamet Alger's ferries running normally the traffic from Slidell on I. ten you've got no problems from the twin span through the east up to the high rise have a traffic tip called the B. O. five oh four two six oh and thank you Josh I'm Dave cone with two more stories now as we get back to Tommy Tucker on W. W. well here that a two more stories hello yeah can you hear me hello am I late is this thing working is it on all right let me try that again now I'm Dave cone with two more stories as we get back Tommy Tucker you're on WWL there is a bonus it is lagniappe there's another flyover today's saluting healthcare workers in southeast Louisiana the first story on that from WWLTV Sheba Turk this afternoon the blue angels will be flying in our area at around one forty five the planes will fly from looks lost to New Orleans east and then look over the north shore to head back across the west bank we have the flight plan at W. W. L. dot com and now your second extra story St Bernard has a fly over of its own today Paris president guy McInnis he's honoring essential workers beginning at three thirty Intel crawl and it will end up around four over the same Bernard Ochsner hospital campus they're gonna be flying in a Cessna one eighty five C. plane WWL TV's Katie Moore tells us that that flight will take him over every fire station in St Bernard is he piloting the planes you know that's not clear I think not I don't believe he's of seaplane pilot but I don't know for sure so when it cuts I guess is a wave yeah Hey are you doing well we have the evidence scenes of that well we we get the the blue angels partner get a blue angels first and then what happens or not pressurized right so he could open a window and wave if he wanted yeah I think that the blue angels no no let me tell you again having lived in Belle chase for a long time if you wanna see the blue angels don't look where you hear the noise because it's too late you gotta look we hear the noise and look way ahead of that you'll see him I just moved in along time ago and it was the year the air show and I'm cutting grass and Anne's five jets come screaming over the corner of my house seemingly at about a hundred foot off the ground there probably will be higher than that but man it's hard not to get a chill up your spine and almost a tear in your eye when you see this it really is unbelievable I was one time on top of what is now the Benson tower we were doing some work on some equipment on the roof and it was just before Memorial Day weekend where there was going to be a flyover of some military jets and I don't know how many people remember this this had to be shortly before Katrina but apparently one of the jets was kind of testing out the flight plan and and and making sure that they would you know knew where they were going to be going and sonic boom right over the Superdome and I was on the roof I think thirty four flights up or something like that that was the most scary thing I've ever heard in my life I hit the ground because it was so loud car alarms in the Superdome parking lot into the city hall parking lot all went off and I turned around from mice hands and knees on the ground and looked up just in time to see that jet it felt like it was ten feet above the top line it was more than that but I could read the letters on the bottom of the like it did it oh my god it was sold out and was so close did Chris Miller flight with the blue and he did years ago when they were coming in for one of the Belle chase there shows you got to fly with the blue angels I had a chance a long time ago and turned it down and I still kick.

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"Opportunity for a better life today go here next W. W. well first I'm Dave going on your official weather station W. W. well we saw some hail storms blow through the region last night yes that afternoon and evening it could get even nastier as we hear from W. W. L. Kevin Barnhardt state climatology very time says could be a bumpy ride your weather will come in the form high wind hail and tornadoes are greater severe weather potential expected in a really quality lock actually ranging from eastern Texas across Louisiana Mississippi Alabama at all we are crossing the Georgia the forecast puts the portion of Louisiana north of I. ten and an enhanced risk for severe weather with the remainder at a slight risk here in southeast Louisiana the north shore as the highest chance of severe weather with a risk even higher in Mississippi yesterday afternoon storms triggered some nasty odors and shall match and all that smell in the air there was a longer than usual turns out those smells were coming from the show Matt refining plant it was after storms knocked out the power there president guy McInnis told our partners at the times Picayune New Orleans advocate that he witnessed a lightning strike just before that smell began W. W. L. T. V.'s Devin Bartolotta reports the plant burned off gases after they experienced a power outage WWL TV's Paul Dudley says the coronavirus numbers in Louisiana continue to show the curve flattening but we still see more and more people getting sick and dying as of yesterday Louisiana had more than twenty three thousand cases nearly thirteen hundred people have died right now there are more than seventeen hundred patients in the hospital and three hundred and forty seven of them are on ventilators one fourth keeping you safely in the game entrained air conditioning and heating it's hard to stop the train Joe burrow to it's hard to follow Justin Herbert perhaps Jordan look these are the signal callers whose names you can reasonably expect your call on the first night of the NFL draft what could one of them end up in New Orleans they might very well all be gone by the time the things ticket number twenty four but the voice of the saints Zach Strief says the black and gold could certainly move up via a trade if they truly covet one of twenty twenties top quarterback prospects it's.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on WWL

"By deadly winds and tornadoes last weekend this is CBS news why settle for average with Capital One you can open an account with the savings rate five times the national average welcome to banking reimagined what's in your wallet Capital One NA member FDIC W. W. well first I'm Dave going on your official weather station W. W. well we saw some hail storms blow through the region last night yes the afternoon and evening it could get even nastier as we hear from W. W. well Kevin Barnhardt state climatology very time says could be a bumpy ride your weather will come in the form high winds hail and tornadoes are greater severe weather potential expected in a really quality swap actually ranging from eastern Texas across Louisiana Mississippi Alabama at all we are crossing the Georgia the forecast puts the portion of Louisiana north of I. ten and an enhanced risk for severe weather with the remainder at a slight risk here in southeast Louisiana the north shore as the highest chance of severe weather with a risk even higher in Mississippi yesterday afternoon storms triggered some nasty odors and shall match and all the smell in the air there was a longer than usual turns out those smells were coming from the show Matt refining plant it was after storms knocked out the power there parish president guy McInnis told our partners at the times Picayune New Orleans advocate that he witnessed a lightning strike just before that smell began W. W. L. T. V.'s Devin Bartolotta reports the plant burned off gases after they experienced a power outage WWL TV's Paul Dudley says the coronavirus numbers in Louisiana continue to show the curve flattening but we still see more and more people getting sick and dying as of yesterday Louisiana had more than twenty three thousand cases nearly thirteen hundred people have died right now there are more than seventeen hundred patients in the hospital and three hundred and forty seven of them are on ventilators LSU health now has the ability to conduct tests to check to see if a person has corona virus immunity immunology professor Matthew Woolard says the serology tests are important but they're just the first.

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"guy mcinnis" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"guy mcinnis" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Jessica Tarlov. That's a good one. I like it does. She does have a lot of degrees to right. Yeah. It gives them every day. Conservative myths is that. Cow should ask you when you're making a point next time on outnumbered with you. Right. Yeah. And I'm I'm out numbered. I'm in the middle, right? And you make a point I'm going to say which degree what's degree to that point. Come from right now. I'll be able to tell you exactly which masters. Not even a masters. Hi, I'm L class. You got what you got a batch bachelor of science. Yeah. Science or of arts. Larry wants to know. Serious a bachelor of science, they call it for a reason Tarlov, what are you give me your your letters and numbers? I have a bachelor of arts in history. I have a masters of public policy and administration MPP and a masters of research in survey methods holy cow, and I have a PHD in political science. I mean, I not stupid. How did you get all the I mean, how long did it take my parents are so rich? Everything was founded you do without Photoshop in your head on a coxswain. I didn't know anyone does this. You take a little while. Yeah. Well paid off. It's all worth it, Jessica. But they got me here. It did. I'm reading this though. We're all a little over educated. The average person has just four hours twenty six minutes of free time per week. How much free time? Do you guys? Have let's start with Matt Palumbo. Would you say you have more or less than four hours twenty six minutes? Using all today on the show. Wait a minute. This is not free times. Why it's a special special edition? Yes. It's I mean, I guess it depends on how you classify your free time. Yeah. Go. It's weird of being a writer is like you kind of can have as much as little as you want. Yeah. So it's more just like I have bursts while I'm working writing fifty hours a week just to kind of get ahead of a deadline. Just so I'm not stressing the future, right? And then I'll have the whole week where I wake up, and I'm like now what? Yeah. So I don't know. It's actually kind of a nice balance to have right? I think work life balance that was true. So the reason that I don't fake news comes from Fox News website. I'm sorry. It's called. It's not. It's from study finds don't make me do this. Fox's website study finds dot org. They publish different studies. No sense to me when you think about TV consumption of like OT shows, and like these people don't watch game of thrones and Goliath and killing came back last. What does that mean the top? So like south you got streaming. Netflix X Hulu Amazon prime because all of the articles about how many shows that everybody is watching. So I can't believe that. Because that's definitely your free time. Right. When you're watching a show TV file the free time. So you definitely are watching. I would say at least a couple of hours of show every week. So then the four hours and twenty six minutes, it doesn't this is why I'm suspicious to this thing. Okay. Study finds a survey of two thousand adults commissioned by tax prep service, h and R Block they do this every year. They commissioned studies. So they can get in the news before tax time that I mean that doesn't make it an accurate or why? Because of your. PHD in in polling or whatever. What's the one survey Mathis that was my second masters talk? Well, no. But I've been surveys. Okay. Are legit. I do know love h and R Block I do. I don't remember. But if this is self reported, I do know that people do tend to overestimate how actually work is we're saying to our via day that would see a radically all of your time. Yeah. If you watch like, the six o'clock news or something like half an hour there. Maybe you catch jeopardy to the guy one hundred ten thousand one hundred and ten thousand dollars in jeopardy, and I didn't send you that story. But I was going to mention it. It's crates is it because because I didn't see the whole episode. I just saw actually just a quick clip on Twitter. Yeah. Or I mean, I don't even know if it was a clip of the show that he had won the money on. But that was was it yesterday that he got one hundred ten but they they tape them like months in advance anyway. Right. A lot of them. Yes. Yes. So did he do it using betting strategy 'cause like you're gonna wager your money correctly? And if you if you ride put it all on the line, you can really make some big big bucks. Yeah. I have no idea. Yeah. For. I'm interested in. I never listened to any long-form interviews with Ken Jennings. Who was the who's the reigning champion form is right long winded. He deserved that. I think he talks about the strategy. He does. Yeah. He's a smart guy. And he called me on the phone one time, really. And he interviewed me because he wanted to get my thoughts on comedy because he was writing a book on comedy. This is now about two years ago. I don't know if you've ever published the book, but he was a great guy. Very nice guy. And he's a funny guy. Gordon, if you look at his Twitter fees with any his liberal. Yes. And he's. I left that out. I didn't need to. I don't need to matter. Donate. Nate. I don't like to label people the way that Jessica does. Thank you, Tom. By the way, what's your book about like, I said debunk it could be a camp comedy on the Disney channel, but what is your debunk debunk, this shattering liberalize? I think I know what it's about. Or did you get the hint a few people actually throw the title was a challenge should have bunk my book, but no it's actually a column I wrote for Dan buzz, you knows website. I met him. I think four or five years ago and over the years who just had me fact, check little things even have time to look up or something of you or would send in wanted examined. That's right. Yes. So then it turns a whole you know, what I forgot about. That is the column is is your section of the website called debunk. This. Yeah. So it's mainly a podcast listener will send an Email saying, hey, I heard this in the news. Can you send this mad and have them look at it? So the book is I would say the best fifty or so essays. And obviously, I need them originally updated all the numbers may them a lot longer. But I just wanted it to be kind of a book, you don't really have to read in any sort of order. You can just look in the index and see how here's a claim. I think I've never seen disproven. So. Yes. See what man has to say about this. I'm going to read the book at all. I'm just going to look at the title and say, I'm pretty sure you got it. Right. Matt. Sure, everything you debunked is -able. Readership is going to feel that way about that. Yeah. I just read Mets book, and it's good enough. Yeah. Exactly. You ought to. You ought to do is. I think you need a you got the best bachelor of science, right? Eight more degrees to compete over here. But if you're I'm Jay. I'm trying to do the marketing because everybody needs everybody needs. A gimmick. You know, I'm picturing that guy. Remember, the guy who had all the question marks all over suit. And he showed you differently Khokar Ridler. No, it was the maybe a dollar signs the guy in the green suit who would give away money. They're giving away money. Remember that guy? He had he would, you know, government loans government money. He would show you how to anyway, I have a vision of it. I think you can be like a like have a reflect Matthew Lesko. Remember that guy? Did he have question marks on him? He did he had question marks all over suit. Okay. Maybe you can have a lab coat, and you're like a doctor of debunk college of index cards all my talking points. Yes. And you have a stethoscope and then. And then people could call you on their shows. I can just see that. That'd be a great segment on on a on a cable show. Bring in the doctor of debunk, gene. He can debunk all the liberal is. It's funny. You say that guy McInnis when he still had a show wanted to Colombo theme segment where I'm a detective. Detect the bunk liberalized, but from detectives perspective, not that a liberal or no longer working with Gavin MacKenzie. Well, no one is unfortunately, but it shut them down. Jessica all your friends in the southern poverty Law Center any huddles about that. But you feel like this lends itself quite well to a college campus tour like this is out on one right now does he have a book that has nothing. And I mean, the the right does need a lot more college kids because care everywhere me. No, the candidates listen to write is having their day on campuses with guys like Ben Shapiro. They're eating it up. I mean like. And I don't mean to insult them. But like, I know the biggest organization that's trying to get yoke and service on campus turning point USA. But like if you look at their analytics, most of the people they're appealing to follow their content or in their sixties or older. So they're not getting the right engagement that. They should be getting so, yeah, I mean, I think that I would hopefully do a better job. Yeah. Well, we got we got a lot of stories to talk about today. There's a new dating film cloaking. I want to talk about that. If anybody wants to get in on the action eight three three eight five two four eight six six Jessica Tarlov is here. I didn't mention she's a democratic strategist and Fox News contributor. And of course, Palumbo got the book, you can pre-order debunk this shattering liberalize now on Amazon when we come back. We've got cloaking we've got a New Jersey woman destroying her. Neighbors sexy Easter law display, I can't wait to get to that one. We'll be right back on the Tom shillue show..

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