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Michael Jordan gives $10M for North Carolina health clinics

The Savage Nation

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Michael Jordan gives $10M for North Carolina health clinics

"Is donating $10 million to launch two new medical clinics and underserved communities in his home state of North Carolina. No Vontae health clinics will open in early 2022 in New Hanover County, Jordan says Everyone should have access to quality health care no matter where they live, or whether they have insurance or not. This is

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An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 2 years ago

An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies

"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to

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"hanover county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KOMO

"Casino where you can discover the unrivaled gaining power of one the only card you need fine details at to leave the resort casino dot com unix traffic ten twenty four Tammy Bennett with come on news and the forecast looks pretty cloudy today we will have some sunshine later this afternoon when the clouds clear often have about seventy five not a total loss tomorrow we do have clouds and a few afternoon showers with a high of seventy eight back to sunshine and Haiti on Friday weekend. read better partly cloudy seventy five on Saturday with a chance of showers here and then a partly sunny and a few showers on Sunday to wrap up the weekend right now downtown at sixty five in a cloudy skies. stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news giving on the stories with bill o'neill at the editor's desk along with Eric heights on tumblr the president hoping for some good luck as the Carolinas brace for hurricane Dorian talking with reporters at the White House he said Florida got lucky when Dorian took a right turn saying the U. S. stands ready to assist the Bahamas after Dorian slammed the islands more on his reaction and rob thoughts about the storm coming up in just a moment new Hanover county officials are briefing north Carolinians on hurricane Dorian's latest forecast speaking today in Wilmington Hanover county chairman John at the bar feels as they're in constant communication with state officials to make sure residents are ready before during and after the storm emergency management director Steve still says the most recent forecast shows it will pass over new high I Hanover county about twelve miles off the coast as a category one storm tomorrow morning the nation's trade deficit a bit smaller government figures out this morning show the deficit narrowed one and a half million dollars in July the fifty four point three billion that's down from a revised fifty five point five billion in June comedies time now ten sixteen back to president trop he says the U. S. has dodged. this call only so far when it comes to hurricane Dorian A. B. C.'s Erica Turkey and Karen Travers have more the president hasn't spoken about this storm since Sunday Karen he hasn't we actually haven't seen the president since that briefing that he had it FEMA after he returned to the White House after spending a couple days at camp David the president's been tweeting about the storm mostly re tweeting messages from other federal agencies with Hobson and pictures graphics and warnings but last night the president also weighed in and said that he felt that the U. S. was getting lucky that says don't let your guard down this is Karen Travers at the White House where the president made these remarks about the hurricane. very very lucky indeed we had actually.

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Hurricane Dorian starts to move away from Bahamas

Rick Hamada

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Dorian starts to move away from Bahamas

"Dorian he is on the move from the C. Brady fox news the storms now heading northwest at five miles an hour after strolling over the northern Bahamas getting close enough to threaten flooding and power outages in Florida and Georgia before reaching the Carolinas Thursday evening we could be looking at a landfall of the storm's somewhere probably around the North Carolina area thanks chief meteorologist Rick Reich news mandatory evacuations underway in the Outer Banks that area especially vulnerable because of the road route twelve which extends the full length of the Outer Banks is prone to washing out in heavy storms once that road washes out you are stuck in a tiny tiny little thread of land which is prone to storm surges hope that the worries are calling on people to pay very very close attention talk to Doug McKelway in Wilmington where the university of North Carolina starts evacuations later today new Hanover county will start clearing out tomorrow

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"hanover county" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"How do you? What is the what is the humane way shooter? They don't they don't. They don't have guns. Flush the toilet. No. No. That's not humane. You know, you flush with dignity there hit with a hammer. Pat baseball bat. I don't know. I don't know how kill the fish. I really. I I just crazy that they arrested. This guy charged him with one count of of abandonment of an animal and three counts of misdemeanor. Cruelty to animals, and he was later released on four thousand dollar bond. Wow. But again, you can go ahead and let a baby die on the counter at the hospital, and we're not going to give any kind of medical service. The mother can totally abandon it because she didn't want in the first place. Wow. That's amazing. Was this again, Hanover county? This is in. North carolina. What North Carolina I thought for a fact, you were gonna say, California or the northeast, I know, no. One of the authorities said look this is life just like any dog or cat if you harm or neglect an animal in this county, we're coming for you. Come on proud. You must be of fish police. That's great. No, fish scofflaws. That's on real it serious. I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three eighty three mercury one is close. We're getting close to filling up our summer leadership training program. Yes. Tell here in Dallas every year in collaboration with wall builders, and if you want to be a leader, or you know, someone who needs to go through this unique program apply right now at mercury one dot org slash LT. P that's the leadership training program..

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"hanover county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Walking around I'll just afraid of roast or they aware of yet. They're trying to they've been trying to catch it all day. Yes. So there's an Email you run into Mark up in Hanover county Virginia. Which that's going to be kind of Richmond. Well, I felt really interesting is the sheer volume of people like down here, we're chasing, sonic, booms up there. They're trying to find an EMU. They got police against citizens out looking for it. In a totally unrelated story Ross has some really really big chicken wings and only a couple of them this this morning when he came in and said, she says, it's cheat day stupid mustard packet can't find the EMU anywhere. The cop. Here is looking for it. We end up saying EMU several times. But cannot capture it wouldn't which get close to it. It it kind of sped off pretty quick through the woods. The would emus do, sir. Fact, let's go to the dumbest resident you can find something. Then I'll check off my things to do list. I've never seen in the wild. You know, other than at the fair. Okay. Two things one. You still haven't seen an EMU in the wild wild EMU. It's just one that got loose to at the fares. Not in the wild. Okay. You're not in the wild. When you're at the fair. That's not a that's not the wild, sir. And why do you sound so smug that's something that I'll check off my things to do list. I've never seen any who in the wild. You know, other than at the fair EMU. Emu and again, not in the wild. And not a wild EMU. Architect who else you got around there the shock factor. Needle was pegged.

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"hanover county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"U and Platt Bush avenue, and we just got word from the mall. It's closed for the remainder of the day. The number of dead from hurricane Florence is. Now twenty four people just a few minutes ago. Investigators found the body of a one year old boy who was swept away in the floodwaters Hanover county in North Carolina home to the city of Wilmington was especially hard hit. There have been approximately seven hundred citizen rescues by emergency response teams and partners. There are many down. Power lines and trees and the roadways and still many roadways that are flooded and impassable Hanover county Commissioner what he whites markets struggling the Dow off thirty eight points, the NASDAQ down sixty eight the s&p down nine Mets at Phillies at seven zero five the giants John Halla PL out for the remainder of the season. Here's Jay lease with seventy seven WABC, traffic and transit. Here's an accident on the outbound guavas from the raycatena dot com traffic center. I'm Jay release outbound go on his right around the prospect, just south of the prospect. We've got an accident big jam up from the Williamsburg bridge down to the pros. Aspect and that is a forty minute delay. Also, an our backup here in the Bronx. Westbound cross Bronx is just murder. It's jammed from Westchester Anthony right on over to the George Washington Bridge work clocking that add over an hour to the GW got a lot of traffic southbound on the Bronx ner coming into this Sheridan that's due to construction in New Jersey, heavy traffic on the southbound New Jersey turnpike developing just south of interchange thirteen in the inner roadway, the car lanes take it to the truck lanes. We've got construction in the car lanes. That's gonna slow you down. Also, the outbound Holland tunnel getting very busy about a fifteen minute delay the Lincoln tunnel. Much better ride. Westside highway moves well up to the GW be from the raycatena dot com traffic center.

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"hanover county" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Hear some voices right now from North Carolina earlier today on morning edition, Wilmington deputy fire, chief John Mason expressed concern that rescuers still have not yet accessed the most heavily flooded areas in coastal North Carolina. In the aftermath of Florence on the northern part of New Hanover county is worthy majority of the flooding years today. I'm fearful that that's where the most affected folks are. It's a little more rural than the city. It's completely flooded up there. So suspect it when we get up there today to clear, there's neighborhoods, they will be certainly inundated with water. That's Wilmington, deputy fire, chief John Mason speaking to morning edition today, we'll tweeting us now from Leland. North Carolina is Kevin was Ardo. He's news director at WW, a y, three TV, Kevin, welcome to on point tie for having me. Thanks for joining us. I mean, how is it where you are? How what was what's the weekend been like, oh, it's been a bit. Crazy weekend. I mean, we have a hurricane that comes in and basically stalls out it's bad enough and then we had tornadoes and the station. We had a hunker down in the middle of the live broadcast and and because of a tornado coming through. But we were on the air for eighty three and a half hours from noon, Thursday till eleven thirty last night. And now we're just trying to assess the damage and see what the cleanup's going to be like. Okay. So the cleanup may take a while to get here though. Right? Because I mean everyone's talking about state officials are talking about that the flood threat is still nowhere near gone. I mean, so how much water is there? There's a lot every place it's now everybody's kind of on a series of islands. Even within this area. We can't get to certain places that we want to get through to see things we, there's a town city name, boiling spring lakes here in Brunswick county, south of Wilmington that has been absolutely devastated. They have several big lakes and one of them, the dam breached and flooded out, and it's it may be one of the worst hit areas and we can't get to it. We were going to be able to go along with some of the crews that were going out there. They're going to leave the emergency operation center down the road, but we can't get down the road to get to them. So it's just it's just a mess. I'm watching video right now in our newsroom of helicopter flying over the coast. We can see some of the damage and along the beaches and some of it's not as bad as you would think. But inland. Flooding mass is just bad. And the biggest issue is that the whole southeast corner of the state right now is cut off from everybody else. So they're having to fly in supplies and think about bringing ships in because you can't the major highways in and out of the area are all closed. Okay. So you're in Leland there. I mean, you mentioned Wilmington, which has been entirely cut off, right? I mean, how far is leeland from Wilmington, we're just across the river. So we actually until this year our studio was downtown and we just moved out to the suburbs and a new building. And but yeah, we can get we can get back and forth. But one of our folks, you know, went home last night to south of Wilmington and getting back. She had to take a totally different set of roads to get back because you know, the water comes up here and they blocked this off, and then it goes down and comes up somewhere else. So I mean, you were just talking about having airlift supplies into people of food water or bring them in by ship. I mean, how, how long do officials and whether ficials there in the Carolinas think that this. The the waters are going to continue to rise. I mean, the rivers aren't sat across to later this week and once they do, they're going to be up for quite some time. I mean, we have rivers that are forecast to be ten fifteen feet above flood stage. I mean, it's going to be record flooding..

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"hanover county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah. It's it's it's been a disaster. I mean that stretches all the way up to the Outer Banks, which is one hundred fifty miles away. I mean, it's the entire coast of one of the largest state in the union. Like a lot of people are being affected by this. Randy as far as the events on Friday night and Saturday morning, describe what was happening you stayed right there in Wilmington, which is near dead center when Florence head. What was it like there Friday night? Well, I mean Friday was a lot of wind, and you could hear you would hear things cracking, and you didn't know what was going on. I mean, you know, you're not gonna go outside, and you just kinda just hunker down and waited and hoped and hoped that your power didn't go out, and and then eventually on Saturday when the rain lit up for a little bit. We were able to look outside and kind of walk around the neighborhood. Trees everywhere, fences, everywhere siding, roof messed up, it was just bedlam down here. As far as the situation as of now, Monday afternoon, describe the availability of power HVAC, the stores, what's happening in your area of Wilmington. Well, the big scare was yesterday. When Cape fear public utility announced that if they weren't able to get any more diesel fuel. They were going to have to shut down the plant, which meant that water would have been unavailable to pretty much everyone in Hanover county, New Hanover county that situation resolved. So we did where they were able to get fuel here. There are some grocery stores. Opening a WalMart finally opened up today. And there are lines to get into these stores. I went to the grocery store earlier today, and they're only letting so many people went under time just to kind of rash everything. And you know, I mean words gone a lot of the beers gone. You know? Able to get some milk and cheese and things of that. But yeah, there's a lot of stuff just like the produce section was just empty. I would imagine that trucks. Cannot get into Wilmington. Correct. You're you're you're isolated. How do you get provision in? Why the rationing things? Perhaps I did hear that the county. Commissioners were talking about flying things. Then now, I did hear a report that apparently fifty trucks will Fort Bragg, which is north of here. We're able to get in. Now, I'm assuming that the these trucks from Fort Bragg, they're not normal F one fifties. Chevy Silverado dot doctrines. You get what I'm saying? So these are huge huge provisions are coming. Yeah. As far as the future when you look toward Wilmington is the devastation. So great that you may spend months and making the area back to where it was before this going to be a long haul, isn't it? Yeah. I mean, there's no timetable on that stuff. They're still so many people without power. And you know, when you go when you're in Wilmington again, nobody can get to us. You know, we're on an island here. You know, eventually they're going to have to fix the roads. And the main artery into town of I forty two comes from Raleigh. And part of that destroyed I ninety five in some areas and Carolina are destroyed. They're telling people not to drive at all in the state of North Carolina. That's how serious it is. Not like, well, if you live here, it's fine. They're just saying if you live in North Carolina don't drive, here's the situation. My piece and small little overpass that you're driving down a road. And all of a sudden, there's no overpass anymore. You can't drive any fitness sinkholes, the the flooding the marshy areas are completely packed. I forty is impassable CNN said it may be several weeks before parts of an opening because there's some small bridges over some gorgeous that have been washed out, then we're talking maybe longer than a few months. Yeah. And and again, that's only at Wilmington. There's another hundred thousand people that live in Jacksonville were tramples unit. The high school in Jacksonville had one of the high school had the roof ripped off new bird, and the home of Pepsi, Cola and home of Donald Trump's friend, Linda McMahon that house is completely underwater. And there's another fifty sixty thousand people live there, and there's tons of little towns in between up and down the coast and more inland that are just being hit by this. You know, you're looking at, you know, probably four to five hundred thousand people easily affected all throughout a large geographic area in the sad part is so many according to one estimate less than five percent.

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"hanover county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm from South Carolina, living better. Now offered by. So I've been through Hercules before. Stuff like that for Thursday morning. You know before. Going out to. News conferences. Drive into fares impoundment on a week. The. Mumford. I I. About thirty seconds. Marion county impact your income and a game. The sun's out so been kind of a go. A lot of the warnings gotten mine to hunker down pretty well out and about. On one hand that are open. You know, one guy one time. One point what's out there. And that's about it. All right now. At least. That's the good news that people have gotten outta town. And hopefully, it could limit any type of casualties that happened while the storm hits this is always an interesting question for me because you guys the reporters are they're giving us the news letting everybody know what's going on. How are you guys? And how's your news room weathering? The storm. We've got a couple of quote, unquote out. Out. I. A couple of the county. Brunswick county and wanted Hanover county councilwoman before. In the newsroom, I say that moving. Room. If we brought that at all. Hunkered down and lots of food water poker tonight out. The phone the path back to work. Everything's been good. So far. We're we're just prepare everybody located. So they can talk figured out on it comes along right there in Wilmington. You guys are right in the crosshairs of the eye of hurricane Florence. Have. You guys seen any federal response yet. I mean, obviously, the storm has to come in pass before the recovery efforts can begin have you seen any federal response yet. Federal. Recall, the mayor of Wilmington earlier. Something about that. Let us know what will be there. Kind of fell down. The local FOX has been great then good with the medical way back. One of the big problems is going to be after the storm obviously hits there's expected to be tons of flooding. I know that the outskirts of the summer already hitting and the main brunt of it is gonna come later on in the day. What's happened? So far is it already flooding? What can you tell us about the scene? Now, we've done pretty well. So far. Bit off because. This way, we've done pretty well. So far. I think we'll be out. Downtown. On the phone. On their own high ground. I did followed area. So that is definitely wreck. The river to go on and we're all human eye on it. Plays out stay safe out there. And thank you for staying on the scene and reporting and letting everybody know what's going on over the course of hurricane Florence, Alex. Riley reporter with a Wilmington Star News. Thank you for joining us as. You're listening to the weekend.

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"hanover county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fifteen minutes. Somebody's falling off how we're doing as Florence moves inland. The threat is catastrophic flooding remember how Houston flooded after hurricane Harvey last year. Meteorologist Jeff Huffman says there are now similar concerns with a tremendous amounts of rain projected to fall through the weekend and into next week. There are certainly going to be some areas that are going to come close to the Harvey numbers. It's a little early to speculate. If we're going to surpass those numbers, but the forecast at least in terms of the magnitude is very similar, and it's been a similar setup. Flooding is a problem in North Carolina's New Hanover county at a press conference this afternoon. New Hanover county sheriff Ed McMahon urged people who had not evacuated in time to stay home, and let emergency responders do their jobs. No that that we're out there. If you've left we're gonna do everything we can to keep. All your property safe. And if you've stayed than just stay put together as you can see we'll get we're gonna get through this. We always do five people have died so far in this storm, including two in the city of Wilmington after a tree crashed onto a family's house this morning. Chris drei is the New Hanover county manager and joins us now. Welcome. Thank you. Right. Describe what you've seen so far today we have seen an onslaught of wind and rain that that really began late last night and continued on through the day. And we believe still we still have hours to go the winds still blowing it more than forty miles an hour sustained gusts well about fifty and sixty we've seen the rainfall estimates lowered from twenty inches last now backup to perhaps twenty six inches. So it's really wet in really windy twenty six inches. You're talking about more than two feet of water. How are the rescue efforts going? We have been blessed to to this point to to not have very many rescue efforts necessary. There was a reference to two unfortunately to death earlier today that was the only entrapment that that we had but other than that we have been very lucky and very blessed. Do you think that's because most people heeded the evacuation notice I think our community is very resilient and understands the threats that hurricanes and tropical events pose to our region. And so when the orders to evacuate are given particularly off the barrier islands people. Listen,.

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"hanover county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A tree fell on a home on Mercer avenue and a mother and her young baby lost their lives that tree falling on the home of the three of them were in the the house there in the back room, the mom, the dad and the baby and the mom and the baby died. The dad was injured the tree fell on his leg and emergency crews said they thought they were going to have to amputate his leg. Fortunately, they were able to get the tree off it took some time and he is in a hospital with injuries. But a hard time for the firefighters here, we really saw an emotional time where they all came together for prayer circle. Because I mean, this is the that's the worst that could happen here in a did a horrible tragedy with the mom the baby losing their lives. And so. They're hoping that was the worst of it. Because that was not just one tree there's dozens of trees like that route Wilmington. There's a lot downtown down. But the big trees really as we were driving from Wilmington to right before. Right. So the huge mass trees or down to all over the area on roadways in neighborhood on homes and so. Sessile out of that damage because they weren't removing those trees, they're really just today focusing on any rescues or making sure people were okay. They hope you do that tomorrow. Once things if the rain and the wind gusts clear out of here, which is probably not going to happen early in the morning. So time will tell when that's going to start happening. But as far as that curfew, you mentioned they want people to stay off the roadways for exactly what you're seeing here. There supreme everywhere. Just in downtown Wilmington, not as much as we're seeing throughout the other roadways with a massive trees down. But the power lines are big concern to more than eighty percent of people. Here don't have power so IRI dragging on the streets. It was hard to see anything because no street lights. No anything. The only thing. You're seeing is people have generators. So I'm sure by tomorrow. A lot of people are going to get stir crazy guys because there's nothing open for good reason. There's nothing opened. They don't want people coming out. But a lot of people are in hotels. They went inland and a lot of people laughed, right? Phil area in the Wilmington area. They're anxious to get back home. But they don't want you to even try to get back to this area until they give the all clear. The shelters are full. There's five shelters here. They're all full. And so just a lot of assessing to do as time goes on once the rain and win like I said, we we're actually getting a nice break right now. This is calm considering what you know early this morning a hundred mile more than one hundred mph with us. We're coming here. And throughout the day was pretty strong, the rain, but this is actually not that bad said, I'm enjoying this compared to what it's been like the last twenty four hours you need a little bit of a break. Diane and sodas everyone else there in New Hanover county. Diane. I'm happy to see you put your boots on. I'm sorry. I missed teasha, Diana. Yes. Yes. You know? I love the crocks. I know a couple of years they did reach out to me and my boss because they were not happy. If you caught any my coverage I was wearing sandals yesterday. And before I got into the floodwaters, I know better not to go any floodwaters without my boots on. I did always have my boots with me when I felt I needed them. I was comfortable my sandals yesterday. I felt safe in my sandals. Yesterday. Was raining. There is not any debris at that point that I thought I was putting myself in danger, but I've taken all of their suggestions that I have my boots on and they will stay on as I go through the flood waters. Yes. As I saw you walking in the water, Diane. I was thinking to myself, I hope they're boots under there. Don't worry. Hearing about it. If I did it. All right. Dan was talking about the the shelter population. And it's really the numbers are pretty staggering across the state. They're close to twenty three thousand people staying in shelters signed people have been evacuated from their homes one hundred fifty shelters that are open their thrown at schools, many churches have opened their.

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"hanover county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"North Carolina. Diane skipper is staying put on his fifteen acre spread it has been in his family since the eighteen hundreds when we spoke to him earlier one thing he was keeping dry was a sense of humor. I've got horses chickens. And I should have put her first he has seen some damage to his place, but feels okay for now in his home. I have friends that have called me about every fifteen minutes. Somebody's calling how we're doing as Lawrence moves inland. The threat is catastrophic flooding remember how Houston flooded after hurricane Harvey last year. Meteorologist Jeff Huffman says there are now similar concerns with a tremendous amounts of rain projected to fall through the weekend and into next week. There are certainly going to be some areas that are going to come close to the Harvey numbers. It's a little early to speculate. If we're going to surpass those numbers the forecast, at least in terms of the magnitude is very similar, and it's been a similar setup. Flooding is a problem in North Carolina's New Hanover county at a press conference this afternoon. New Hanover county sheriff Ed McMahon urged people who had not a vacuum in time to stay home, and let emergency responders do their jobs. No that that were out there. If you've left we're gonna do everything we can to keep all your property safe. And if you've stayed than just stay put together as you can see we'll get we're gonna get through this. We always do five people have died so far in this storm, including two in the city of Wilmington after a tree crashed onto a family's house. This morning. Chris dre is the New Hanover county manager and joins us. Now. Welcome. Thank you, describe what you've seen so far today, we have seen an onslaught of wind and rain that that really began late last night and continued on through the day. And we believe still we still have hours to go the winds still blowing it more than forty miles an hour sustained gusts well about fifty and sixty we've seen the rainfall estimates lowered from twenty inches west now backup to perhaps twenty six inches. So it really wet. In really, windy twenty six inches. You're talking about more than two feet of water. How are the rescue efforts going? We have been blessed to to this point to to not have very many rescue efforts necessary was the reference to unfortunately to death earlier today that was the only entrapment that that we had but other than that we have been very lucky and very blessed. Do you think that's because most people heeded the evacuation notice? I think our community is very resilient and understand the threats that hurricanes and tropical events pose to our region. And so when the orders to evacuate are given particularly off the barrier islands people listen,.

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"hanover county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How we're doing as Florence moves inland. The threat is catastrophic flooding remember how Houston flooded after hurricane Harvey last year. Meteorologist Jeff Huffman says there are now similar concerns with the tremendous amounts of rain projected to fall through the weekend and into next week. There are certainly going to be some areas that are going to come close to the Harvey numbers. It's a little early to speculate. If we're going to surpass those numbers, but the forecast at least in terms of the magnitude is very similar, and it's been a similar setup. Flooding is a problem in North Carolina's New Hanover county at a press conference this afternoon. New Hanover county sheriff Ed McMahon urged people who had not evacuated in time to stay home, and let emergency responders do their jobs. No that that we're we're out there if you've left we're gonna do everything we can to. To keep all your property safe. And if you've stayed than just stay put together as you can see we'll get we're gonna get through this. We always do five people have died so far in this storm, including two in the city of Wilmington after a tree crashed onto a family's house this morning. Chris drei is the New Hanover county manager and joins us. Now. Welcome. Thank you, describe what you've seen so far today, we have seen an onslaught of wind and rain that that really began late last night and continued on through the day. And we believe still we still have hours to go. The winds still blowing it more than forty miles an hour sustained. Well, above fifty and sixty we've seen the rainfall estimates lowered from twenty inches west now back up to perhaps twenty six inches. So it really wet in really windy twenty six inches. You're talking about more than two feet of water. How are the rescue efforts going? We have been blessed to to this point to do not have very many rescue efforts necessary. There was the reference to two unfortunately to death earlier today that was the only entrapment that that we had but other than that we have been very lucky and very blessed. Do you think that's because most people heeded the evacuation notice? I think our community is very resilient and understand the threats that hurricanes and tropical events pose to our region. And so when the orders to evacuate or given particularly off the barrier islands people listen,.

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Storm National Hurricane Center, Miguel Marquez and Marie Elise discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Storm National Hurricane Center, Miguel Marquez and Marie Elise discussed on Mark Levin

"National Hurricane Center, downgraded Florence from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Forecasters warned that the storm is quite dangerous and is not over yet in Carolina beach, North Carolina correspondent Miguel Marquez says emergency officials have been overwhelmed with calls. One thing abilities in New Hanover county are asking for is that if you have an emergency at home, make sure it is life threatening. Make sure it's something that demands emergency services help right now because they are having a tough time nine one one operator time fielding all the calls for down trees

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"hanover county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As Florence moves inland. The threat is catastrophic flooding remember how Houston flooded after hurricane Harvey last year meteorologist Jeff Hoffman says there are now similar concerns with a tremendous amounts of rain projected to fall through the weekend and into next week. There are certainly going to be some areas that are going to come close to the Harvey numbers. It's a little early to speculate. If we're going to surpass those numbers, but the forecast at least in terms of the magnitude is very similar, and it's been a similar setup. Flooding is a problem in North Carolina's New Hanover county at a press conference this afternoon. New Hanover county sheriff Ed McMahon urged people who had not avacuated in time to stay home, and let emergency responders do their jobs. Four people have died so far in this storm, including two in the city of Wilmington after a tree crashed onto a family's house this morning. Chris coup dre is the New Hanover county manager and joins us now. Welcome to all things considered. Thank you describe what you've seen so far today. We have seen an onslaught of wind and rain that that really began late last night and continued on through the day. And we believe still we still have hours to go. The winds still blowing it more than forty miles an hour sustained. Well, above fifty and sixty we've seen the rainfall estimates lowered from twenty inches west now back up to perhaps twenty six inches. So it's really wet in really windy twenty six inches. You're talking about more than two feet of water. How are the rescue efforts going? We have been blessed to to this point to do not have very many rescue efforts necessary. There was a reference to two unfortunately to death earlier today that was the only entrapment that that we had but other than that we have been very lucky and very blessed. Do you think that's because most people heeded the evacuation notice? I think our community is very resilient and understand the threats that hurricanes and tropical events posed to our region. And so when the orders to evacuate or given particularly off the barrier islands people. Listen,.

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"hanover county" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Closer to your home, maybe get inside your home. By the time it gets to eleven feet. That first floor is completely flooded and. You may not have anywhere to go, and we're not just talking about coastal communities were talking about inland locations as well because that surge is going to go up into those rivers well inland and it could possibly inundate those communities in. We've talked about this for several tide cycles. This is going to last. It's not a typical storm where it comes in and it leaves in a couple of hours. This storm is going to stay here for a very, very long time. It's very unusual for storm to just sit here like this Anderson. And of course there's, I said, stop for anything. It started raining again. So I'm an idiot just in the next few hours as quickly. What can we expect? Well, let's go back to the wall show you in the next couple of hours. We're going to continue to see the rain. We're going to continue to see the wind. The storm is going to continue to push that water. So the next couple of hours just continue to see that that that water push inland push to the west. The rain is going to continue to come down and like you said, it's going to go come. And then sometimes it won't be there. But the closer that storm gets to shore, that's when we'll start to see the more relentless rains along with the wind. So I think by mid morning tomorrow tomorrow afternoon, that is going to be very, very close with it. Only moving five miles per hour. It's going to be well into tomorrow before it gets close enough, but with with winds already at one hundred mile per hour, gusts at Cape lookout. People are already feeling the effects big time. Jennifer, appreciate our state and local officials, obviously, very busy tonight we're joined now by two Woody white who chairs the board of county commissioners here in New Hanover county, and Wilmington mayor Bill, Sappho, thanks so much for being with us was rare. I what is your message to people tonight who are watching this year and Wilmington or elsewhere in North Carolina and think, well, maybe this isn't so bad. You know, it's it seems kinda slow and we haven't seen a lot of wind or a lot of rain..

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Florence, New Hanover County and Lisa Brady discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Florence, New Hanover County and Lisa Brady discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"News local officials pleading with residents to heed evacuation warnings in parts of the Carolinas and Virginia as hurricane Florence gets closer and closer can replace your property. We cannot replace you. And we do not want to lose any of our citizens will Haney the mayor of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Fox's Evan Brown is live in Wilmington, North Carolina. At least these safe thing is to get away from the coastline, which will be inundated with seawater by Florence. Chris coup. Dre is the county manager for New Hanover county, which encompasses

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"hanover county" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"In terms of flooding, this seems to be overnight the major story everybody's hearing about what the potential of flooding what they're talking about. No matter what shift in direction this thing takes for coastal Carolina. What are they talking about still? What's the update there? Well, I mean, you know, they're the officials when they're doing the debriefings and just I got an Email from the national weather service that were sent out this morning is that it's potentially life-threatening windows, potentially life-threatening flooding life threatening storm search. Yeah. So, you know, that's that's three for three on what you don't want stale. Yeah. Absolutely. Any? It's it's you know, it's just the storm surges what a lot of people are concerned about because that's just going to bring water that you know. It's just that people haven't seen here. But you said it earlier is that when this thing now, which is scheduled to stall, it is just gonna bring don't rain on this area. And another thing that you mentioned earlier meteorologist shirt mentioned is that you know, it's not just the track of the storm that we need to be concerned about this thing is so what? But it's been a dump it's going to dump rain from the Outer Banks into southern Virginia in the South Carolina. And so it's not just the immediate Wilmington area. The right. She a lot of rain. That's a lot wide area. That's gonna see, you know, two feet of rain or even talking thirty six inches of rain in some places. That's unprecedent. It sure is John. And this is the period of time were you know, we all in a way become backyard. Meteorologist and you start to learn about, you know, the weather quadrant in the south side of the storm. Well that is a big concern though. It's something to pay attention to even for South Carolina. Because even if you don't get the you'll get most of the storm the rainfall on that side. But the thing that we heard overnight I kind of made a false assumption here thinking, well Carolinians, they, you know, their veterans with this kind of stuff they'll evacuate those mandatory evacuation zones. What I'm hearing are is John they're having a tough time getting people out of the way. Well, you know, a lot the mandatory evacuation you're standing this morning on on Carolina beach. You have to be off pleasure island, which is Carolina interiors each off by eight o'clock tonight show, people still have time whitechapel beach in New Hanover county, the mandatory evacuation starting sworn in a lot of places what people out by eight o'clock tonight. So they have time if they haven't made their preparations, I hope they have they still have time to get out. But you know, you're twenty six years that I've been through here. My one should advice. The people is if you don't have any reason to strike if you don't have a safe place to stay. There are shelters available. There are thirty been running buses from Wilmington New Hanover county to get people to Raleigh to shelter rice four New Hanover county residents. So there are ways for people to get to save twenty six they need to take advantage of those things. And and I literally it's like me. It's our job to give people the information baby shake, you can't push them onto the Bosh. You can't take them there yourself, all you can do is tell them what? Everybody says you need to do this. Please do this and minister decision, you know, you've been doing this long enough. You know, the way that said it works, you gotta prepared. You have to prepare yourself. Personally. You don't okay get the house boarded up? It's it's tough being on the air. And I know that you longtime anchor you've spent most of your time in that building where you are right now are you doing personally? Well, I mean, you know, I gotta take some water out of the pool in the best short today to make sure shut everything off. But my wife left on on Monday. And that was the big concern off my mind. My daughter went to Harvey last you Texas, and so she's a hardened veteran of these storms. Are my older kids are varied. They're safe and away from the coast. So my family is safe. That's the biggest thing for me. And now I can do my job and help prepare this community. That was the big thing is getting my wife to a safe place that happened on Monday. She's out of the storm's way, and so I can concentrate here the house, I can replace stuff in the house. I can take all that lives are what's most important. That's what we tell people. And that's what we have to do personally as well. He doing a great job at a John Evans. You've been there. A long time WBZ T in Wilmington, North Carolina. God God help you. And love you. And you know, if you need me help from south Florida are are will be more than willing to help. Because we know what it's like to prepare for this thing. And just know whether the storm you're doing a great job at it hanging there. Okay. Thanks, man. Again, the people are south Florida. You've been through it to any good wishes. You could send our way we appreciate it. And I'll check back in with dip. You'll have after the storm. I would love to and you've got all our best wishes, buddy. John Evans from Wilmington, Wilmington, North Carolina..

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13 pounds of ‘fentanyl' seized in raid is just sugar, lab finds

Orlando's Evening News

01:04 min | 3 years ago

13 pounds of ‘fentanyl' seized in raid is just sugar, lab finds

"And police. In North Carolina, who say they seize the giant load of fen altering drug. Bust in Wilmington now say they took the substance for a common kitchen ingredient back in July. Sheriff of New Hanover county North Carolina called it one of the largest seizures ever offensive ill but now they did the more conclusive tests tariff Ed McMahon says it was not lab tests say it was sugar thirteen pounds of sugar not two million dollars worth of a potentially deadly painkiller could afford. Charles bats, is one of three suspects arrested after the, raid he thought it was flour sugar. But whatever if you can't tell flou- drug He remains in jail on. Other charges Scott Goldberg ABC news, Tony I. Hate when I get my fence Yeah yeah and who doesn't know who doesn't know the difference in flour and sugar too I mean it's just kind of releasing because so they. Did an initial tests? On it and, he came up and it's only when that Jewish weird about it how does. That happen I don't know but that is that is a very interesting sort of funny story as

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Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

Ron St. Pierre

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park

"NewsRadio, nine twenty four seven FM good morning Monday July twenty third the start of a stretch of real. Muggy stuff unfortunately well some. People love this stuff but it's going to be oppressive until. Maybe first, day Friday at the latest before it breaks some morning showers. Today he's he's sunshine to follow, in sticky conditions high eighty to seventy three degrees right now. Fire crews and California's struggling to get hold of that wildfire that's threatening us seventy national. Park the Ferguson fire grew to over twenty thirty. Two thousand acres thirty two thousand acres this weekend and there's only six percent contained believe, it or not and it's burning just west of that park. Yosemite but it's, shut down a main road into the. Park as well as a, campground in the park, and that happened last week midweek park officials also warning visitors about the, air quality there, they say visited should expect limited visibility and should limit their outdoor activities this, fire jumped River. Burning in the national forest were massive wildfire burned. Back in two thousand thirteen the number of firefighters battling that inferno is now, past three thousand and they, just can't. Get, control of that fire that's threatening us seventy what. Only. Six, percent controlled three people drowned, at beaches in North Carolina due to dangerous rip currents so if you're going to the beach you know you better. Listen to the lifeguards to and listened carefully, here in the ocean state because we have, some serious, rip currents happening now to now North Carolina two of the deaths happened at separate. Beaches in Brunswick county and a third just miles north of New, Hanover county there was a, moderate rip current warning in place, for most of the. Coast of North Carolina over the weekend twenty, year, old man died after being swept away by a rip current off sunset beach at about two in. The afternoon on Saturday beachgoers. Did try to save him by performing CPR but unfortunately he. Was pronounced, dead at the hospital another man drowned at Holden beach in. North Carolina while Trying to help somebody get. Free from a rip current officials said there the other person was safely brought to shore third swimmer died at rights Phil beach around eleven. In the morning on Saturday lifeguards pulled the man out of the ocean, but he had already stopped. Breathing so fatal incidents happening at three, separate beaches, in North Carolina today US defense officials meet with defense officials from Australia in Palo Alto California here's FOX's Jessica Rosenthal Defense Secretary James Mattis and secretary of. State Mike Pompeo will host their Australian counterparts at Stanford University, doesn't look like they're any planned public events but the. State Department says the two countries have a lot to talk about governance encouraging private sector growth and trade especially now that the president has pulled us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Australia considered a key ally is exempt from the steel and aluminum. Tariffs imposed on others including China but this discussion. Is also, largely focused on the military so discussion. Topics include security in the Indo Pacific region North Korea And the work both countries are. Doing in Iraq and Syria especially in combating. ISIS Jessica Rosenthal Fox News..

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"hanover county" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Safety and commonsense whenever you're carrying a firearm to protect the ones you love what's the story this week colonel one suspect was dead and at least one other was on the loose after christmas eve home invasion in new hanover county north carolina the suspect entered the home around two thirty am their movements awoke the homeowner who retrieved a firearm and engage the suspects in a gunfight the homeowner killed a thirty one year old hakim hanadova causing the remaining two suspects to flee the scene and over county sheriff's office spokesman lieutenant jerry brewer described as a validated gang member an office criminal record indicates a guilty plea to charges of felony possession of a firearm he also was alleged to have punched a prison guard on christmas eve two thousand because he was not happy with the amount of food he was given should he gave him some say rations ooh i like thanks colonel those of us in the military view combat differently than civilians because that's the way we were trained most combat for a soldier approach on the perspective of a team the reconnaissance unit goes out in advance and searches for the enemy then the officers get together and come up with a plan of attack which includes such things as how to launch the ground assault and coordination of air naval gunfire the entire operation is highly coordinated and relies on teamwork for the average homeowner that's usually not true for the most part civilian combat is a one person proposition is just you and the bad guys and you don't know when they're going to attack it's almost always an ambush the homeowner is never the aggressor and he's always responding to a violent action by the home invader for the average civilian citizen the criminal will always decide when and where the battle will be fought this puts civilians at a distinct disadvantage however in the case of home invasion the civilian has the.

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"hanover county" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"A firearm to protect the ones you love what's the story this week colonel one suspect was dead and at least one other was on the loose after christmas eve home invasion in new hanover county north carolina the suspect entered the home around two thirty am their movements awoke the homeowner who retrieved a firearm and engage the suspect in the gunfight the homeowner killed a thirty one year old hakim hanukkah causing the remaining two suspects to flee the scene hanover county sheriff's office spokesman lieutenant jerry brewer described as a validated gang member an office criminal record indicates a guilty plea to charges of felony possession of a firearm he also was alleged to have punched a prison guard christmas eve two thousand because he was not happy with the amount of food he was given should've gave him some say rations ooh thanks colonel those of us in the military of you combat differently than civilians because that's the way we were trained most combat for a soldier is approach from the perspective of a team the reconnaissance unit goes out in advance and searches for the enemy then the officers get together and come up with a plan of attack which includes such things as how to launch the ground assault and coordination of air naval gunfire the entire operation is highly coordinated and relies on teamwork for the average homeowner that's usually not true for the most part civilian combat is a one person proposition is just you and the bad guys and you don't know when they're going to attack it's almost always an ambush the homeowner is never the aggressor and he's always responding to a violent action by the home invader for the average civilian citizen the criminal will always decide when and where the battle will be fought this puts civilians at a distinct disadvantage however in the case of a home invasion the civilian has the.

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"hanover county" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hanover county" Discussed on WCHS

"Firearm to protect the ones you love what's the story this week colonel one suspect was at least one other was on the loose after a christmas eve home invasion in new hanover county north carolina the suspect entered the home around two thirty am their movements awoke the homeowner who retrieved a firearm and engage the suspect to the gunfight the homeowner killed thirty one year old hakim enough causing the remaining two suspects to flee the scene and over county sheriff's office spokesman lieutenant jerry brewer described as a validated gang member an office criminal record indicates a guilty plea to charges of felony possession of a firearm he also was alleged to have punched a prison guard on christmas eve two thousand because he was not happy with the amount of food he was given should gave him some say rashes ooh thanks colonel those of us in the military of you combat differently than civilians because that's the way we were trained most combat for a soldier is approach from the perspective of team the reconnaissance unit goes out in advance and searches for the enemy then the officers get together and come up with a plan of attack which includes such things as how to launch the ground salt and coordination of air naval gunfire the entire operation is highly coordinated and relies on teamwork for the average homeowner that's usually not true for the most part civilian combat is a one person proposition is just you and the bad guys and you don't know when they're going to attack it's almost always an ambush the homeowner is never the aggressor and he's always responding to a violent action by the home invader for the average civilian citizen the criminal will always decide when and where the battle will be fought this puts civilians at a distinct disadvantage however in the case the home invasion the civilian has the.

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