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"hampton county" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"hampton county" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Ukrainians ignore surrender or die demand in Mario pole. Three mass shootings across Easter weekend in the U.S.. And 443 dead amid climate change weather event in South Africa. It's Monday, April 18. I'm Antony Davis. Fighters hold up in a massive steel plant in Ukraine in the last known pocket of resistance inside the shattered city of Mario pole, ignored a surrender or die ultimatum from Russia on Sunday and held out against the capture of the strategic and vital port. The fall of Mario pole, the site of a merciless 7 week old siege that has reduced much of the city to a smoking ruin would be Moscow's biggest victory of the war and free up troops to take part in a potentially climactic battle for control of Ukraine's industrial east. Capturing the southern city would also allow Russia to fully secure a land corridor to the Crimean Peninsula, which it seized from Ukraine in 2014 and deprive Ukraine of a major port and its prized industrial assets. Its missiles and rockets slammed into other parts of the country, Russia estimated that two and a half thousand Ukrainian troops and about 400 foreign mercenaries were dug in at the sprawling as of stealth steel mill, which covers more than four square miles and is laced with tunnels. Moscow had given the defenders, including children, a midday deadline to surrender and keep their lives, but the Ukrainians rejected it, as they've done with previous ultimatums. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky sent Easter greetings via Twitter, saying the lord's resurrection is a testimony to the victory of life over death, good over evil. If Mario pole falls, Russian forces there are expected to join an all out offensive in the coming days for control of the Don bass, the eastern industrial region that the Kremlin is bent on capturing after failing in its bid to take Ukraine's capital Kyiv. Authorities in South Carolina are investigating a shooting in a nightclub that happened early Sunday that wounded at least 9 people. It was the second mass shooting in the state and the third in the nation during the Easter holiday we can. The shootings in South Carolina and one in Pittsburgh, in which two miners were killed early Sunday, also left at least 31 people wounded. No one was reported killed in the violence at Cara's lounge in Hampton county, roughly 80 miles west of Charleston, but in Pittsburgh two male youths were killed and at least 8 people wounded when shots were fired during a party at a short term rental property. The county medical examiner's office identified the two victims as Jaden Brown and Matthew Steffi Ross, both 17, investigators believe there were multiple shooters and police were processing evidence at as many as 8 separate crime scenes spanning a few blocks around the rental home. The two shootings come just a day after gunfire erupted at a busy mall in the South Carolina state capital of Colombia, about 90 miles north of Sunday's nightclub shooting. 9 people were shot there and 5 people sustained other kinds of injuries while trying to flee the scene at the columbiana center. The victim's age ranged from 15 to 73. The three Easter weekend mass shootings are in addition to other gun violence in recent days. Last week, a gunman opened fire in a New York subway car wounding ten people that the suspect was arrested the next day. Earlier this month, 6 people were killed and 12 others wounded in Sacramento, California during a gunfight between rival gangs as bars closed in a busy downtown area, just blocks from the state capitol. And a week ago, a shooting inside a crowded nightclub in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, left a man and a woman dead, and ten people wounded. And just last month, ten people were shot at a spring break party in Dallas and several others were injured as they tried to escape the gunfire. Despite weekly shootings, there is no appetite for gun control legislation in the United States Congress. Authorities in South Africa said on Sunday that at least 443 people have now died due to flooding and mudslides that followed heavy storms in the kwa Zulu natal province. Kwa Zulu natal premier sahil Zika Lala said at a news conference on Sunday that 63 residents are still unaccounted for, calling the disaster among the worst the province has ever seen. We sympathize with all those who lost their relatives and friends in the floods that attacked kwa Zulu natal Zika Lala said in a Facebook post over the weekend as a government we will do everything we can to help our communities that have lost relatives and friends. South African president Cyril ramaphosa has delayed an official visit to Saudi Arabia to focus on the natural disaster, noting that he plans to meet with cabinet members to assess the damage. The storms and flooding have left thousands of residents homeless, knocked out power and water services and delayed operations at durban, the country's busiest port. Kwa Zulu natal residents are terrified of the thought of more rain falling on the region, and they said they are losing hope of finding relatives in the aftermath of the disaster. Africa's southeastern coast is expected to be hit hard by climate change, with more extreme storms and flooding expected in the decades ahead. The climate crisis continues to create extreme weather events across the world, bringing loss of life and hardship to thousands of people. Despite this, there is still little action being taken by the major polluters to curb their ever increasing carbon emissions. 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"hampton county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"hampton county" Discussed on KOMO

"7 covering the northwest and the world From the ABC News I'm chuck sievertson Surrounded by Russian forces and by the totally destroyed port city of Mario pole The last Ukrainian fighters there barricaded in a steel plant refusing to surrender Ukraine's foreign minister dmytro koliba says between the constant attacks and the discovery of mass graves and the cave suburb of bucha negotiations with Russia have stopped No high level talks are taking place After Bush it was it became particularly difficult to continue talking with the Russians A major global problem with the war David Beasley from the World Food Program noting that they buy half of all the grain they buy from Ukraine 15 food depots that have been blown away I've seen places where there's nothing in these warehouses but and that's not even admirable And so there's no question food is being used as a weapon Usually in the Ukrainian official or on CBS face the nation Police investigating mass shootings in nightclub areas overnight in Hampton county South Carolina Pittsburgh and Syracuse New York A new indoor mask mandate takes effect tomorrow in Philadelphia to try to fight a COVID surge once citizen John tacos I think it's bad for the businesses especially to restaurants around here I mean they've suffered enough Kelsey no fur manages a popular Philadelphia restaurant It's just going to be a little bit safer for our guests Anything to keep our guests safe for onboard with That Philly mask mandate is being challenged in court by some other businesses as cases rise for the BA two sub variant of COVID in many states White House COVID response coordinator doctor Ashish says it's not more deadly than others but it's spreading much more quickly It is more transmissible It does not cause more severe disease and the vaccines are holding up So it's that transmissibility that's really causing it to increase The U.S. spy satellite has been launched into space from vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

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"hampton county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WTOP

"60 Mostly sunny not as cool Wednesday less wind so feeling a little bit better Highs low to mid 60s I'm storm team four meteorologist Michelle Grossman It is 56° in annandale 55 in college park and 52 in Aldi add one 40 Knew this hour 9 people have been heard after a shooting at a club in South Carolina Authorities in Hampton county say they're investigating the shooting that happened at a club early Sunday The state law enforcement division says so far no deaths Hampton county is roughly 80 miles west of Charleston Meanwhile ten people were wounded in two others hurt in a shooting at a shopping mall in Columbia South Carolina three people with guns were detained in connection with yesterday's shooting Authorities don't believe the attack was random Reporter kaelin hagwood is in Columbia with more A day of fun before Easter turned to one of terror for shoppers when gunshots rang out at columbiana mall We didn't expect to go into the mall and then have to literally run far our lives to leave out of there It was just not what we were expecting on a typical Saturday Jewel Burgess was there with her three year old He gets in the car and he goes when somebody's shooting a gun he scared and he doesn't understand but that's all he's been hearing because people are just yelling that as we're running Police say multiple shots were fired with ten people struck at least two others were injured in the stampede as shoppers rushed to safety Two people are dead and several more hurt in a shooting in Pittsburgh early this morning Happened a little after 1230 during a party at a short term rental property there were more than 200 people inside many of them underage Pittsburgh police say at least 11 people were shot two people died at the hospital Others were hurt trying to run away Some tried to get away by jumping out of windows So far no information on any suspects Starting tomorrow Philadelphia is reinstating indoor mask mandates because of rising COVID numbers And the CDC has extended the requirements for masks on planes trains and other forms of transit The new White House coronavirus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha was asked today if he's concerned about another COVID surge coming out after the holidays Well we need to be doing right now is monitoring this very carefully I don't expect a surge at all like what we saw in January I think that is extremely unlikely He appeared on ABC's this week Did the HIV aids crisis of 40 years ago teach us anything about better messaging during COVID One longtime expert says things could have been clearer Richard sorian covered HIV aids during the 80s as a reporter and lost his younger brother to the virus He later worked at HHS during the Clinton and Obama years What did he see during the start of aids The government would not talk about sex including condoms And as a result people didn't know what to do And he writes in health affairs messaging for COVID was generally very muddled as well although he says it's improved lately The biggest lesson going forward My fear is that we will get past this will be the big sigh of relief and then just say we can move on to other things and not the hard work that's necessary to prepare for the next one There always is a next one Dmitry sodas WTO news WTO P and silver diner present free lunch Friday courtesy of silver diner Enter to win your free lunch at.

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"hampton county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"hampton county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New Jersey firefighters are battling an 11 alarm chemical blaze in downtown Passaic It broke out around 8 30 last night At majestic industries and spread to the Cuoco chemical plant residents have been evacuated from the area Virginia's new governor is expected to rescind the mask mandate in schools after he's sworn into office today Jim Forbes has more Governor elect Glenn young and campaigned on the promise to make mask use by children and schools and options and not an obligation The current administration of governor Ralph northam says if the ruling is rescinded it will open up the door for community members to file lawsuits against school districts that choose the mask option instead of the mandate I'm Jim Forbes Americans can start ordering free COVID home test kits on Wednesday There will be a limit of four test kits per household tests are expected to be shipped within 7 to 12 days of ordering The Biden administration has ordered hundreds of thousands of home test kits the venue for ordering is a new government website COVID tests Dot gov I'm Brad Siegel There are new updates in the many lawsuits against a prominent South Carolina attorney Rebecca Hubbard has more The Supreme Court of South Carolina dismissed an appeal submitted on behalf of disgraced Hampton county attorney Alex Murdock seeking the court's intervention in setting his bond since being denied bond in November Murdoch has been indicted on a slew of charges He remains in the Richland county jail I'm Rebecca Hubbard The case against the suspect in a deadly Wisconsin Christmas parade tragedy will proceed That's what the court commissioner ruled in the case against arrow Brooks after testimony from Waukesha police detective Thomas Casey The vehicle zigzagging through the crowd hitting people running people over and then as it approaches.

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"hampton county" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Vehicle at a railway crossing. The results are often deadly, Be cautious a crossings and if the signals are going, don't be tempted to try and sneak across the tracks, even if you don't see a train stop trains can't paid for by Nitsa, Prominent South Carolina lawyer surrendering earlier today to face insurance fraud and Other charges. In a failed plot to arrange his own death, Alex Murdoch turned himself into the Hampton County jail ahead of a bond hearing. State police say Murdoch tried to arrange his September 4th death so his surviving son could collect a $10 million life insurance policy. The state law enforcement division has now been asked to open up six investigations involving the Murdoch family. Including the unsolved killings of Murdoch's wife and son, and now the previous death of their housekeeper. More fire fighting resources being brought into battle to forest fires that have shut down California's Sequoia National Park and threatening its ancient trees. The Lightning sparked Colony and Paradise Fire's cover about 14 Square miles and another expressway shooting in Chicago Land State police say a woman shot in the lower back early this morning along I 57 year Mark, Um, she's able to drive herself to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. No arrests have been yet reported. Time now for WLS Traffic inbound Kennedy Heavy delays Sacramento into the burner change right now. 38 minutes. So here in downtown outbound about a half hour trip back to the airport, slow leading downtown through about North Avenue That's central to Harlem. Eisenhower. Inbound 44 minutes. 3 19 to build post office out. Found about a half hour trip back to 3 90 Outbound Stevenson Looks okay. Inbound, 36, 3 55 and the Lake Shore drive. Inbound Ryan. Delays begin around the Chinatown, Peter 18 minutes 95th on in outbound delays, leaving downtown to about Roosevelt. Then again approaching 35th Street, right now, 18 minutes downtown to 95th Street. I'm Jim Moran. Am 8 90 wls news number times. Are you tired of paint another mortgage payment for your health insurance. You're not locked into your current.

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"hampton county" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"hampton county" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

"Hello from cnn. I'm fez jimmy with the five things you need to know for thursday. September sixteen. A chinese state run newspaper has lashed out against a new partnership between the us uk and australia. Which would see australia. Getting nuclear submarines an editorial in the global times accuses. The us of quote hysterically polarizing. It's alliance system adding that australian soldiers are likely to be the first quote western soldiers to waste their lives in the south china sea. It follows china's foreign ministry which said the move seriously undermines regional peace and stability speaking at a press conference today. Australian prime minister scott morrison emphasize the partnership is not anti china and that the nuclear submarines will not include nuclear weapons. This is a bad propulsion. This is not about acquiring nuclear weapons. Australia has no interest in that now plans for it now. Policy ford now contemplation of it. It's not on our agenda staying in the region. Japan is drawing a red line around an island that is also claimed by china in an exclusive interview. Japan's foreign minister said the islands known as senkaku islands in japan or d. i. u. islands and china were japanese territory and would be defended quote ship for ship and beyond if necessary the move pushes back. At beijing's increasingly aggressive military posturing setting the stage for a potential showdown between the regions. Two biggest powers a prominent south carolina lawyer. Who paid a man to shoot him in. The head is planning to turn himself in later today. According to his attorney according to court documents alex murdoch has admitted to hiring someone to kill him so his son could get a ten million dollar life insurance payout. The plan went wrong when he survived the shooting and is now facing arrest for conspiracy to commit insurance fraud. One of his lawyers told cnn. Murdoch plans to voluntarily surrender at the hampton county jail by two pm. His other attorney said the scheme was an attempt on his part to do something to protect his eldest and only living child his family story. I came to the public. I in june when his wife and son were shot and killed their killings have not been solved and murdoch denies responsibility. Francis president says it has killed in isis chief who claimed responsibility for the twenty seventeen ambush of u. s. forces inisia- that killed four american soldiers in a tweet early. Thursday emmanuel macron said at non abu will lead author ali who led isis. In the greatest sahara had been quote neutralized by french forces. French officials say the targeted drone strike took place in august and also killed ten other isis members statement from a presidential spokesperson said. Sarah we personally ordered the killing of six. French humanitarian workers and their driver and guide in august twenty twenty francis. Foreign minister hailed the killing of what he called public enemy number. One in the region and a vaccine advocate and florida says. She's lost six members of her family to cova nineteen in just three weeks. Lisa wilson has spent months going door to door in palm beach county trying to convince people to get back stated but she told our affiliate w. p. t. v. she couldn't convince her own family until it was too late family. That was dying. On their deathbed they also wanted me to let people know to get vaccinated knee for everybody to hear this message. You know adult trae place with me and my family. What we're going through is not a good feeling. More than fifty. Six percent of the population of palm beach county is fully vaccinated lightly ahead of the us average according to data from the cdc wilson says she'll continue trying to encourage others to get the shots. You're up to date. We'll be back at midday eastern with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you are.

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"hampton county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"hampton county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Easy to help protect yourself. Norton 3 60 with Lifelock gives you device Security of VPN, Frontline privacy and identity theft protection, all in one opt into cyber safety. Save 25% or more of your first year, Norton dot com slash join the coronavirus has now become the leading cause of death for law enforcement officers in the United States. With 373 deaths blamed on the virus. Since the start of the pandemic, some cities have began mandating vaccines for safety workers in Seattle more than 200 police officers. Why there haven't gotten the vaccine or won't share their medical records are facing termination. Outdoor mask mandates return in Seattle today, the health officer for Seattle King County Public Health says outdoors is safer than indoors. But the risk of spread is still there when it's crowded, and there's prolonged contact by masking at crowded events, Dr Jeff Duchin says, will protect people who are not vaccinated, including Children under 12 and those who are immuno compromised. The risk is higher at large, crowded outdoor events for distancing cannot be maintained were unvaccinated people are present. Health officials say. The delta variant has changed everything and hospitals are setting records every day for Covid patients. Border Jennifer Lee of Fox Q 13 in Seattle, prominent Columbia, South Carolina attorney who was shot over the weekend. Weeks after his wife and son were found murdered, has now left his law firm. We are hearing from prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdoch for the first time since being shot in the head over the weekend, the 53 over releasing a statement that raises more questions than answers. Reading, in part, quote the murders of my wife and son have caused an incredibly difficult time in my life. I have made a lot of decisions that I truly regret. I'm resigning from my law firm and entering rehab after a long battle that has been exacerbated by these murders. I'm immensely Sorry to everyone. I've hurt, including my family, friends and colleagues. Murdoch received a superficial wound after he was allegedly shot at least once in the head on Saturday as he was fixing a flat tire in Hampton County. South Carolina Foxes Charles Watson reports. Murdock is accused by his firm of diverting money from it. I'm Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. It'll stay on the warm side the rest of the week. We'll see the chance of a shower.

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"hampton county" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hampton county" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The United States, with 373 deaths blamed on the virus since the start of the pandemic. Some cities have begun mandating vaccines for safety workers in Seattle more than 200 police officers why there haven't gotten the vaccine or won't share their medical records are facing termination. Outdoor mask mandates return in Seattle today, the health officer for Seattle King County Public Health says outdoors is safer than indoors. But the risk of spread is still there when it's crowded, and there's prolonged contact. I'm asking at crowded events, Dr Jeff Duchin says, will protect people who are not vaccinated, including Children Under 12 and those who are immuno compromised. The risk is higher at large, crowded outdoor events. Resistance cannot be maintained were unvaccinated people are present. Health officials say the delta variant has changed everything in hospitals are setting records every day for Covid patients. Border Jennifer Lee of Fox Q. 13 in Seattle, prominent Columbia South Carolina attorney who was shot over the weekend weeks after his wife and son were found murdered, has now left his law firm. We are hearing from prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdoch for the first time since being shot in the head over the weekend, the 53 or releasing a statement every There's more questions than answers. Reading, in part, quote. The murders of my wife and son have caused an incredibly difficult time in my life. I have made a lot of decisions that I truly regret. I'm resigning from my law firm and entering rehab after a long battle that has been exacerbated by these murders. I am immensely sorry to everyone. I've hurt, including my family, friends and colleagues. Murdoch received the superficial wound after he was allegedly shot at least once in the head on Saturday as he was fixing a flat tire in Hampton County, South Carolina. Fox's Charles Watson reports. Murdock is accused by his firm of diverting money from it. I'm Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Does the government say you owe taxes? Oftentimes the.

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"hampton county" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"hampton county" Discussed on KGO 810

"From other clinics that they're seeing sometimes up. 200% of their patients are coming from Texas. Dr. Babak Kumar, a doctor at Planned Parenthood in Houston, is concerned about others so logistics of traveling childcare time off work all the things that they may need to navigate. May not be possible for them. One called a Houston Planned Parenthood taken by Call Center chief Doris Dixon to hear her beg for someone to help her was hard. The staff is stressed, she says. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News Shooting in Washington, D C Saturday night left three people dead. Three others injured. All were young adults, no motive and no arrests. So far, I'm asking for the community itself to help bring this case to closure. My condolences to the families of the deceased D. C. Police chief Robert County in South Carolina a strange and violent turn of events in an unsolved double murder case. A man from a prominent legal family who found his wife and son shot to death in their home three months ago, has been shot in the head himself. Alex. Murder is an attorney. He is wounded but alive. He was shot Saturday in Hampton County after he had car trouble in route to Charleston Murder, found the bodies of his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul, back on June 7th. At their home. So far, no arrests have been made. This is ABC News. Vaccines are not enough and accurate thermometers are essential for everyone. Covid is once again a major concern and fever is the key symptom for both the flu and covid and accurate thermometer, like the exigent temporal scanner is essential to detect fevers Early and reliably..

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"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Yeah, Trouble free as well. My king for W. B Z is traffic on the three and for the rest of the night. It's going to be another chilly one out there for sure. But at least we're not gonna have any rain or snow for the next few hours will take it right. Some stars out there right now, But if you have to go outside, bundle up, we've got temperatures mostly in the middle over thirties right now, But I am seeing some mid to upper twenties. If you make your way through western Massachusetts and parts of Central Mass through the Worcester Hills later on tonight, most of us getting too about the mid to lower thirties for a low real feel stuff tonight in the teens, and we could see some more rain showers popping up. Mostly on the south Coast, Cape and islands and parts of the South shore. Now overnight, we could see some snow and rain showers developing first thing in the morning. 456 am so if you're planning on getting up very early to vote, keep that in mind. Bring the umbrella. Bring a jacket. Some gloves, you might need it. Gonna be a cold and blustery day for election Day anyway, partly sunny skies after those all clear up high tomorrow, just about 44 but feeling like the thirties and then tomorrow night clear to partly cloudy alone. You're 20 for inland 31 downtown and we get a bit of a warm up, though for the rest of the week partly sunny on Wednesday, a high near 50. And I see the forecast here. Yeah, Thursday milder but of sunshine with a high in the mid to upper sixties. Right now, though, in Worcester, where 31 degrees Singh 38 in Yar meth getting north of town, 31 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and right now in Boston at 6 35. It's 37. But with that wind out there, it feels more like 26. In Western mass. Officials are asking the public now for help. In a 20 year old cold case. The Hampton County DA's office says they need any information you might have about the death of Karen Soucy. She was found dead in her Springfield bathroom. Back on November. 3rd 2000. Her landlord went to her house discovered her body after he noticed the car hadn't been moved and her male but hadn't been touched for two days. Police say they've determined her cause of death was blunt trauma. But when it comes to the hunt for her killer, well, that's run cold. So if you have any information, please reach out to Springfield Police, not to Wisconsin. Now it's 6 36 for a sizable bond was set today for the Illinois teen charged into shooting deaths during protests in Kenosha Judge in Kenosha County said a $2 million bond for Kyle Riton house, the 17 year old charged in the shooting deaths of two protesters who were in the streets of Kenosha after the police shooting of Jacob Blake, the judge said Riton House Was a flight risk since he is facing the possibility of spending his adult life in prison if convicted, and that is a B C's Aaron Carter ski at 6 37. Of course, we're watching developing news out of Austria tonight, where At least one suspect is dead. More than a dozen other people hurt in what officials are calling a terror attack in the capital of Vienna get the latest from ABC is Tom Rivers When I witness says he saw at least one person fired shots at people sitting outside bars in the street. This evening is the last before the locked down as of midnight, all bars and restaurants close in Austria for the next month, and a lot of people probably wanted to use this evening to be able to go out. We know one of the people. Her is a police officer and officials in Vienna say the suspect was killed when they were shot by police. However, police do think several Attackers are involved here. And they say As of this hour,.

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"hampton county" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on KCRW

"Voter registration office, sometimes weeks before the election and then more of them coming on election, and they're being dropped off in boxes at the courthouse, where the county's doing their best, it's not a free for all. We're just mail in ballots are going to go disappearing in suitcases. I certainly don't think so. So I would give reassurances. But I would give guarded reassurances that I still think there are a lot more holes in the system. For the record again. There is no proof that mail ballots have posed a significant threat to election security. But public trust can be fragile. The perception of chaos, Khun B, is damaging and as polarizing as actual chaos. The local Democratic Party is already busy trying to manage expectations. Pumping out the message on social media that it may take a while to know who won in Pennsylvania. And the most important thing is to get an accurate count. I was curious if that message is resonating and just generally, what's on voters minds here so One more stop. We've pulled up now to Bethlehem, one of the cities in North Hampton County, making a right down Main Street, which is so pretty old historic brick sidewalks, benches out people sitting on a meeting ice cream. We walked up and down Main Street, talking with people for a while, and then we got lucky because if you are trying to capture the diversity of political views in this corner of Pennsylvania You could not do better than these two adjacent tables on a shady side walk outside the Spanish tapas bar and restaurant at the table further from the curb, Abigail Illingworth. She's from Heller Town, another town nearby,.

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"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"53 Every 10 minutes. We take a look at the Rhodes right now. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes like any problems out there. Well, we've got roadwork setting up to the North Pole and we've got delays as a result here on 1 28 north. It's backing up very quickly through Peabody up. This is a lane closure, setting up Bye. Route 1 14 They're squeezing it down to one lane up there right now and nearby south bound delays or building quickly to Danvers. As self found. You're down to one lane by Endicott Street as well. We see this typically Monday through Friday, so it shouldn't be any surprise with delays on 1 28 through Peabody and Danvers right now. Here's where things are pretty good with Rich three and 93 north. In fact 95 even a good ride there up into the Hampton Tolls into New Hampshire, route one is still looking good up past the Lynn Fells Parkway into Peabody. The expressway's wide open Tonight shouldn't be any more than 10 or 12 minutes between the tunnels and the Braintree split Route three on the south shorts. Just find the born in sag. More bridges are good. All Cape Highways are okay right now, and it's pretty quiet downtown as well. This report sponsored by Napa auto parts with thousands of locally owned Napa stores across the nation. Chances are that river you call home they do to whether you're stopped by your local Napa auto parts Store and Apple Auto care Center or visit Napa Online. You can count on APPA know how my King w. B Z is traffic on the three he might, but now it's time for the four day W B z ack you. Weather forecast. Good news that severe thunderstorm warning has expired in parts of Hampton County at storm making its way now into northeast Connecticut..

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"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drive the Sumner Tunnel, They're all OK. And the Mass turnpike is Yeah, trouble free as well. My king for W Busy traffic on the three story. Thanks, Mike. We've got a severe thunderstorm warning up for southeastern Hampton County here in Massachusetts, talking about the towns of months and in Brimfield and also getting into Ah Union, Connecticut and Stafford Springs as well. The National Weather Service, saying this storm Is producing quarter size. Hail some pretty severe damage when it comes to wind as well. Certainly possible to keep that in mind that severe thunderstorm morning up until 7 40 fives were watching that for you right here on W. B C news radio. Otherwise, we had more storms popping up through Worcester County. It looks like now we're just seeing a lot of heavy rain through Worcester County, through South Bridge and Worcester getting over toward lemon stur where things are starting to clear up right now you're inside for 95 though just a little bit cloudy outside and we'll see some fog on the coast Tonight. Low near 64. Tomorrow we've got a mix of sun and clouds high near 82 in the city upper seventies right by the beach is mid eighties inland. And for your Friday starting off the holiday weekend, maybe a couple of showers in the afternoon. But for the most part a sunny day, sing some clouds in the afternoon with a high near 75. It's 65 right now. In Framingham, south of Town. A couple of showers in Fairhaven words 71 north of town. It's raining as well. In Nashua words 72 it's 7 35 In Boston. It's mostly cloudy and word. 69 degrees. President Trump threatening to veto a major defense bill now over an amendment to rename some military bases your CBS's Skylar Henry Congress is currently considered the National Defense Authorization Act, which the president has threatened to veto.

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"hampton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Andrew Davis were laying down spike strips to stop him and Blankenship allegedly struck their patrol vehicles on purpose says officer grant took the brunt of the impact she will be flown to UC Medical Center and died later that night sergeant Davis was treated for minor injuries and later released Blankinship was also injured he spent nearly a month in the hospital before he was transferred to the Hampton county justice center yesterday while wearing officer grants hand cuffs governor Mike DeWine says when Ohio starts to re open its economy in may it will be done slow with the intention of getting as many people back to work as they can without causing a new spiking coronavirus cases for most there's one type of business they're anticipating to reopen governor DeWine says probably the most asked question he gets is when can I get a hair cut he's aware many of us are way past due I get this question a lot and I understand I understand as you can see I'm I'm past due for a for a hair cut it's a service that obviously can't be performed with six feet of separation but the governor says they are still studying what to do about their profession works boring with the the board that regulates the those two professions I'm Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW Ohio now has five hundred fifty seven total coronavirus for related deaths with over thirteen thousand seven hundred total cases there was both good news and bad news during governor Andy Beshear's covered nineteen update today I have to announce that we have lost seventeen Kentuckians one seventeen as it's a hard number to take he says of those seventeen deaths thirteen were residents of a long term care facility while the numbers seem higher than normal this year said Kentucky has likely plateaued in terms of case averages and this suggests that over the three days where one day we had a really high number of one day we had a lower number and now today we have the hundred and seventy seven that we have in fact likely plateaued he says the new total of confirmed cases is three thousand one hundred ninety two I'm C. Sandoval Indiana governor Eric Holcomb says businesses will not open until sometime after the first of may but they're thinking ahead of time on how to do it and it will be directly dependent on what the numbers are on the ground that allows us to address not win necessarily but how we gotta get the hell down as of today Indiana has six hundred thirty destined to cover nineteen a nearly twelve thousand one hundred total cases.

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"hampton county" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Art radio station new action to combat the corona virus sign Lisa listen Arraf fox news president trump what the announcement this morning at the White House corona virus briefing president trump announcing that he's invoking the defense production act which will allow the administration to expedite and expand the supply of much needed resources we have a tremendous numbers of ventilators but there's never been an instance like this where no matter what you have it's not enough that would be the case the president's action could streamline production of medical supplies by requiring businesses to sign contracts were fulfilled orders deems necessary for national defense socks is John Jack or the White House and Senate approving faced too many economic response to the virus that would cover the cost of testing and paid sick leave a third phase already being considered that could top a trillion dollars payments could start April six that another round would start may sixteenth they've Connecticut reporting its first death from the virus an eighty eight year old nursing home resident in Pennsylvania an adult from north Hampton county has died marking the first death in that state the virus affecting the New York Stock Exchange and not just the markets to their stock exchange employees did test positive for Kobe in nineteen we're told that it's one employee that works upstairs another one that works on the floor as a trader however they are psychic Shane just telling us that that trader was stopped at the front gate they've been taking everybody's temperatures on their foreheads and had to fill out forms get a stamp in order to enter the building the trader was turned around and told to go home and the New York Stock Exchange will close on Monday everyone will turn to all electronic treating Kristina Partsinevelos with fox business the Dow plunged thirteen hundred points the nasdaq lost three in a forty four point yes in P. all the hundred thirty one points.

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"hampton county" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Restrictions and other district disruptions from the outbreak or middle Tennessee continues to clean up from the devastating tornadoes of twenty four hours ago a warning from the National Weather Service there could be more tornadoes himself we can't rule out warm perhaps somewhere in the south east near the Gulf coast Florida panhandle southern Alabama Georgia area overnight meteorologist Roger Edwards of the severe storms forecast center says though they do not expect anything on the magnitude of the twister that struck Nashville and then again about eighty miles east in Putnam County Tennessee now pegged at an EF three tornado with winds of the one hundred fifty mile an hour range one bit of good news the number of people killed by the Tennessee twister has dropped by one is about twenty four another sanctuary showdown is brewing north Hampton county in eastern Pennsylvania issuing an order barring federal agents from making arrests at the county courthouse after a man was arrested Tuesday for immigration violations after his hearing on a drunk driving arrest object Callahan this is fox news in January of twenty seventeen I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and within twenty four hours of that diagnosis we found ourselves here in Memphis it's a G. they knew what they were doing they knew how they were gonna trader they laid out this elaborate plan we didn't know what the future was or if there even was a feature St Jude there was not that long ago the survival rate was four percent four percent to do the work in research it seems you does that's how ninety four percent you know how that can don is through donations getting behind this mission the no child dies in the dawn of life St Jude children's research hospital finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org this is a tragic day in our state a sad day there are twenty five confirmed fatalities across our state from West Tennessee to East Tennessee I spent the day touring and visiting with victims and walking through neighborhoods and the devastation is.

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"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"hampton county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Vary widely from person to person researchers in California examine data collected from wearable heart rate sensors for more than ninety two thousand people all over the country they found that one person's normal rate may differ from another person's by as many as seventy beats per minute and it's ten forty nine now we are still in the midst of flu season and some people are searching for natural cold remedies but there's a caution for buyer beware on one of the people take it to ease the symptoms and length of a cold but study from Consumer Reports finds not all like a nation supplements are equal we did find that certain products were much more consistent than others that they had what was listed on the label researchers tested sixteen EC Asia products and found three have low levels of key ingredients and several contained levels of lead or bacteria that exceeded Consumer Reports standards only six of the sixteen met the group's criteria for purity and potency secon your creation on reporting with that story it's ten fifty now on WBZ newsradio up roar with workers at the Hampton county courthouse in western mass is they are not happy with the state commission draft report on an environmental study on the building that they work in that they say downplayed working conditions in the aging building there were two judges that died of a LS both who worked in the same office and other workers at the courthouse clean the building had made them sick now the report said the building couldn't be found responsible for terminal or serious illness employees now have a letter claiming the building report from environmental health and engineering Inc ignored their concerns workers said there was no fresh air in the building it's hard even open up a window many of them say they suffer from breathing issues dry eyes and also different sinus problems it's ten fifty one now one WBZ newsradio we still have that fog that is a lingering around the Boston will continue this afternoon more rain on tonight and it's getting cold we'll talk about that check the roads as well the traffic and weather together on the white next.

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