17 Burst results for "Harvey Erma"

"harvey erma" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"The dillon's drib low comedy show that executive producer de'aaron strep blow distributed by genesis communications network uh spread load gummy the inc production beaten dr he mp lies which and this is climate connections hurricane season justended looking back i'm devastating storms like harvey erma and maria you may wonder if climate change played a role carl parker hurricane specialist with the weather channel says there is little room for doubt that climate change is making hurricanes more intense yes yes fear is changing we are seeing storms that are different from anything we've seen in the past and yes the warming of the climate system goes play a significant role in it he says the main reason is warmer ocean waters but takes a lot of different things to make a hurricane but all of those things being equal if there is more work to the oceans and there's going to be more fuel more power for the her as the world warns the atmosphere can hold more water vapour so a single storm can produce more rainfall handy says as warming may cause changes to the jet stream that can slow weather systems down so a storm may stay longer in one place increasing the damage parker says it can be hard to believe that something is powerful and unpredictable as a hurricane can be influenced by human activity but people have fury with these things i think dan he's going to really change their minds clennett connections is produced by.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Forty hours worked it joined seven other states and the district of columbia to require paid sick leave rachel gotbaum npr news a national police group says one hundred twenty eight law enforcement officers died on duty in two thousand seventeen npr's gary johnson reports that's the lowest level in years traffic incidents are the single greatest cause of onduty police deaths and national law enforcement officers memorial fund says forty seven people died that way in 2017 another forty four officers were shot and killed across the country that include seven fatalities among officers who responded to domestic violence calls thirty seven more people died from jobrelated ailments such as heart attacks assaults and drowning while working during hurricanes harvey erma in maria texas had the highest number of police fatalities followed by new york florida in california the average age of officers who died was forty two years old experts say a new emphasis on safety training and equipment has helped to protect police carry johnson npr news washington the eastern twothirds of the country remains in a deep freeze when shells range from twenty below to 35 below in the upper midwest at a heard freeze warning as up from texas departs of northern florida this is npr news residents in philadelphia we're not going to let the cold ruin their new year's day celebrations as joe hernandez from member station whyy reports the city's annual mumurs parade marched on despite temperatures in the low teens broad street in center city philadelphia shut down as costumed men women and kids strut it along the city's main drag some dancing and others playing saxophone are banderas beth lapyan who lives a few blocks from the root braved the frigid temperatures to see the parade.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get to work on this problem scope and hurricane harvey erma maria other thing to worry about every so there is everything all at once there's you know it's never as we say an airplane crashes it's never any one thing so houston has all this hard scape huge fast fastestgrowing large city in the us maybe in western hemispher summit crazy statistic like that and so there's all this asphalt socalled sealed roads waterproof roads and when it rained and stayed there the problem just got worse and worse and worse so my understanding is after her abc katrina people's houses were flooded and ruined and they lost everything and if someone had gone to those people the interviewed people in sediqeh here's half the value of your house and everything you own would you abandon your house everybody said yeah but after a drains and there is no relief and you can't sell what nobody wants to buy your soaked up house you just stay so then the problem happens again name and i wonder all the time is there gonna be a future people just start leaving houston corpus christi pensacola miami miami beach those are two different cities just started leaving and then somebody going to new orleans is somebody going to go in there and trying to salvage all the copper plumbing and wire amir's they're going to be a salvage business we haven't even thought of yet while so the judge speed that's the problem get to work in so that's really dark how do you stay motivated tried to to like oh how old man so i do who is from iowa anyone from iowa and uh i will gets 25 percent of its electricity from the wind competing headtohead with our oil and gas by a friend of mine lives in oklahoma with broken arrow a tulsa suburb of tulsa oklahoma they've earthquakes they don't like earthquake is from fracking is this like uh i never thought you could frac to the extent that you have earthquakes a magnitude five likes real things and nobody wants that and then a texas get in the springtime gets ten percent of its electricity from the wind now i'm not saying the wind is the.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Frank himself hat has not only called for that investigation but says that he is willing to fully participate in the white house is asking congress for billions you knew hurricane relief funds here's cbs's steven portnoy at the president's widely 4 billion uh request for harvey erma and maria relief and recovery on top of some fifty billion congress has already approved but it's still fall short of the billions more the texas in puerto rico have sought by texas is asking for more than sixty billion dollars puerto rico sheikhs ninety four billion house speaker paul ryan to review the president's submission and work to ensure the victims get the resources they need to recover and rebuild secretary of state tillerson says military rules not the answer in zimbabwe you spoke at an african summit in washington days after president robert mugabe was put under house arrest by the country's military zimbabwe has an opportunity to set itself on a new path one that must include democratic elections and ry respect for human rights the investigators are looking into what caused a major fire at a senior living judy and west chester pennsylvania twenty people were hurts mike mcdonald is the fire chief emergency personnel have relocated residents to several locations and are are working to connect the residents who are transported to local hospitals or shelter for safety with their families new rules from the fcc give phone companies more authority to black robo calls the action allows carriers to crack down on what are known as spoof numbers from scammers reverend jesse jackson says he's been dealing with parkinson's disease for the past two years the civil rights activist who is seventy six says he plans to dedicate himself to physical therapy wall street right now the dow is up or rather down eighty five points nasdaq.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything

"We're doing research on how to better grow tomatoes where we can grow into a field and there are a thousand tomatoes number one there are that many hurricanes and number two you can't really safely get close to a really strong hurricane and that's where the drones come in another unmanned platform that we have as a global hawk that's a larger vehicle that can fly for 24 hours reaching heights of up to sixty thousand feet there's also a new satellite called the goes sixteen this goes sixteen satellite is important because number one it's always there it's a what's called a geostationary satellite that means it stays above the same spot but what's terrific about go sixteen is that it quadruples the resolution of the images of what we currently have it sends the data back at a much higher temporal frequency so instead of having images of a hurricane four times an hour we now have every minute or every thirty seconds that means scientists can watch the real time fluid evolution of stormed such as harvey erma and maria if a storm increases it's wind speeds by at least thirty not sir thirty five miles an hour in 24 hours or less because rapid intensification it's very difficult to forecast because some of the features that are responsible for rapid intensification occur on such smallscale currently below the scale of what our models can represent he says that will change as they move to new higher resolution models but for now these innovations are still being tested.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The epstein family foundation in support of the david feel key ends the bela tamana memorial fund established to support npr's international journalists there coverage and their commitment to providing the news of the world to audiences back home in from listeners of kqed news the forecast from the national weather service the san francisco bay area will be clear tonight with lows and 50s to lower 60s wednesday will be sunny with highs ranging from seventy five at ocean each 290 in santa rosa the forecast i for oakland is eighty one san jose i should reach a high of eighty nine degrees sacramento will be sunny with highs around eighty six this is fresh air and teary gross hurricanes harvey erma and maria have shown how extreme weather can destroy towns cities and islands my guest jeff goodell is the author of a new book about what cities around the world face in the future of rising seas and increasingly intense storms it's called the water will come cadel as a contributing editor rolling stone and has covered climate change for fifteen years he's also written about fossil fuels including the coal industry and their impact on the environment jeff cadel welcome back to fresh air so hurricanes erma harvey maria other climate people say no one event can be attributed with certainty to climate change but what about the confluence of these three consequential hurricanes well i mean i think the do words seeing what's happening as were warming up the earth's climate here i mean it's very well established fact that as the.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:48 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Boy the sound of brain and a lot of wind not the sound any already in twenty here so check it out as we roll through this segment here in america tonight this we start with an i'm talking about this weather advisory the national hurricane center they're saying that there is a storm moving over warm waters yikes danger will robinson and encountering light wind shear so here's the deal if he could pick up intensify and then there we go that means winds about eighty five miles an hour in three days it makes it a cat one storm mrs gets closer to the gulf coast on saturday so they're picking up that intensity from earlier when i heard in the day what is the gulf coast that's anywhere from my pows and louisiana the florida and they're talking about monitoring the progress of the system for the next couple of days so you if you're listening to me and many of you are in those areas that could be hit just pay attention to it they're not saying here comes the roma they're not saying here comes harvey they're not seeing any of that but there is a watch on and how it's too early to say where this storm's going to impact the gulf coast and and what will it turn into willett move quickly the how much does is it hit land it's notes looking at all the different models again and trying to determine what possibly could happen and as we ever pow nathan here with us there is a tropical depression expect become tropical storm neyts and that tropical depression would be the sixth team or 16th cyclone in in what's been a recordbreaking season formed in the south carer being and it could be a week category one hurricane when it reaches the us coast so there you go we don't know 16th cyclone three lethal harvey erma and maria they formed in less than thirty days it's been intense it's been in tense is what it spent and we know for sure that we'll we'll see is heavy rain gusty winds certainly in parts of florida and in the bahamas boy and they're still debris from hurricane or other trying to get trying to get rid of that there's all kinds of there's all kinds of digging fill happenings clean up and then there's the situation in puerto rico and what's happening in.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast in the following message come from general assembly seattle learn indemand skills from top industry leaders get a hundred dollars off your next workshop encoding design and data use code npr at checkout g a dot c o slash npr live from npr news in culver city california i'm jack spear the white house is asking congress for another round of emergency funding to assist with ongoing federal relief work much of it related to hurricanes harvey erma and maria congress approved an additional fifteen billion an early september with the administration is asking for twenty nine billion dollars more impure susan davis says more dminishing rations says more than 20000 federal employees have been deployed to help affected communities and the government is spending close to two hundred million dollars every day for those recovery efforts the funding request includes nearly thirteen billion for hurricane relief in florida texas puerto rico and the us virgin islands his will a sixteen billion to assist the national flood insurance program it also includes nearly six hundred million a combat ongoing wildfires affecting the western united states the trump administration is asking congress to act quickly to approve the funds season davis npr news the capital president donald trump and first lady malania trump traveled las vegas today where the president praised hospital staff and first responders who dealt with this past weekend smashed shooting that left fifty nine people including the gunmen dead trump again calling it a very horrible thing but saying he'd met some of the most amazing people including some of those injured in the attack.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"The first responders from ems from from the fire department from the police even the dispatchers who are involved in that night before moving on to give those very scripted comments which you'll probably get a get high praise for that was a very presidential moment in the same way that the comment said he gave after the after the attack on on on sunday night where exactly what you want a president to hear that this president for the second time in two days and really the fourth time in a number of weeks has act had to act as consoler in chief in the wake of a hurricanes harvey erma and maria men this the biggest massacre in american history now he has also touched on the investigation itself he asked the sheriff if there was any update on the motive that is a big question right now what drove stephen paddock to carry out this horrific massacre the sheriff said there following a number of leads the president repeated description of paddock calling him again a sick demented man but adding that the wires are screwed up now the president taking a break away from washington today but obviously could not escape the politics of washington as he was leaving the hospital he was asked about that report that secretary of state rex tillerson over the course of the summer during a meeting at the pentagon had called him a moron tillerson of course spoke earlier today denied that and praising the president's intelligence the president said that he had total faith.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To the do yourself investor show and instructor charles brooks gave us the guidance at one of the things we need to do is get focused on protecting what we have and that is the first step to becoming a do yourself investor and particularly in an mark environment where things have connie gone to a peak and they're just kind of sitting there going up and down and we're anticipating a volatility is going to come to continue into the fall and historically as is could be a very volatile time in the stock market if the only way you can make money is that the market needs to keep going up than in the face of north korean threats in the face of issues related to our own internal policies related to the ability of us to have a tax tax cut or the ability for us to have infrastructure spending right now we're deal with a lot of devastation right or economy has been assaulted by three hurricanes right now and part of that is recognizing between harvey erma and maria there's a lot this going to go just to get things back up and running in in texas and florida in puerto rico there's major impacts have occurred and the problem is the money spent there isn't particularly productive for the economy is for some places like home depot but across the board people just kinda getting back to treading water and so part of this is recognizing the the things that have been fueling the market the optimism of a tax cut the optimism of congress getting its act together and funding infrastructure doesn't look particularly promising right now and so if we're going to be look we we need to have a way we can make money not if the market just goes up but also worth the market stays the same and if it just kinda bounces around the way it's been doing how do you make money in that environment and one of the strategies that our students uses those strategies to be able to generate income in the event that the market is basically staying within a certain range and these are and what we're using his were using our patented strategy to help us identify safe places to put our money and under law learning how to be an effective do yourself investor so we can.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Un iran's president is presenting himself as a voice of moderation as npr's michele kelman explains rhonda's making clear the nuclear deal it negotiated with world powers is not up for renegotiation oh she asian well trump calls the nuclear deal an embarrassment iran's president hassan rouhani calls it a model for global interactions speaking through an interpreter he says iran we'll continue to abide by it but will respond resolutely if others violated it will be a great pity if this agreement were to be destroyed by rogue new comers to the world of politics the world will have lost a great opportunity for honey accuses president trump of spreading quote ignorant absurd and hateful rhetoric about iran president trump meantime is telling reporters he's made a decision about the nuclear deal but he won't say one it is michelle kelemen npr news the the nation's the federal reserve is leaving its key shortterm interest rate unchanged though policymakers signalled there could be another rate hike coming before year's end latest economic predictions released after the fed's twoday meeting in washington at a conference following today's meeting fed chair janet yellen said she expects the recent spate of hurricanes to affect the nation's bottom line economic growth will be held down by this severe disruptions caused by hurricanes harvey erma and maria as activity resumes in rebuilding gets underway growth likely will bounce back the fed says starting next month they will begin to reduce its approximately four point two trillion dollar poor foley of treasury holdings in mortgagebacked securities some who is expected to push longterm interest rates higher stocks bounced around between small gains and losses to end the session on a mixed note today the dow jones industrial average was up forty one points at twenty two thousand four twelve the nasdaq closed down five points you're listening to an pr and this is wnyc in new york on sean carlsson the new york times reports that special counsel robert muller is asking the white house to turn turnover extensive records regarding russian involvement in the 2016 election but he jersey governor and former federal prosecutor chris christie is urging caution sang on msnbc that nestor to gatien's like these can quote ruin lives.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To do a thorough check president trump is meeting with more world leaders on day three of his diplomatic push at the united nations and purist jeff bend is truck even with the president has details of a sitdown today with british prime minister theresa may president trump talked trade as he met in new york with british prime minister theresa may will be doing a lot of trading with the united kingdom and we look forward to it after shaking hands with trump may said this as you say we've had many discussions between uh at representatives and our cells on a whole variety of issues including trade which will be in force at floors and that some other issues farm policy issues a security and defence relationship which of course is the crisis and can west is place this we have the meeting came minutes after may delivered a speech at the un in which she issued a thinly veiled criticism of trump over his decision to withdraw from the paris climate deal jeff bennett npr news traveling with the president the federal reserve is leaving a key shortterm interest rate unchanged though policymakers signalled there could be another rate hike coming before year's end latest economic projections released after the fed's twoday meeting in washington a conference fog today's meeting fed chair janet yellen said she expects the recent spate of hurricanes to affect nations bottom line economic growth will be held down by this severe disruptions caused by hurricanes harvey erma and maria as activity resumes in rebuilding gets underway growth likely will bounce back that says starting next month will begin to reduce its approximately four point two trillion dollar portfolio of treasury holdings in mortgagebacked securities suck minutes expected to push longterm rates higher a mix close on wall street today the dow was up forty one points to twenty two thousand four twelve the nasdaq fell five points you're listening to npr we are this is wnyc in new york cat 604 i'm jamie flight residents of mexico city are we counting stories from the seven point one magnitude earthquake that struck the region yesterday former wnyc reporter sara barrett says even in the chaos people have been trying to help one another her about a block away from where i live a tower had fallen down into the three and there was a pile of.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of that and in order to ensure members in south east can travel home safely they wanted to get out by noon and it's trump's first big big legislator of the oh it was done without minority leader nancy pelosi and senate minority leader chuck schumer even called them to gloat later in the day saying how great this was uh republicans aren't angry but they are kind of annoyed although paul ryan said the president cited on a on a fairly light say a small fiscal matter with democrats after you went public and said that the proposal that the democrats had made was ridiculous yes sort of notice that yes so first of all how did that happen how did you feel about that you know um my read of of the moment and the situation is it goes to back you earlier point the president believes in iin completely understand this we got to hurricane sitting us right now we're still just in the beginning of the recovery of harvey erma is he hitting us now i was talking to the the delegate from version was last night about the damage done down there at talk to the puerto rican delegate as well about the damage occurring there i mean it's move and its way up and what the president didn't want to do is have some partisan fight in the middle of response to this he wanted to make sure that in this moment of natural crisis or a country's get hit by two horrible hurricanes what what led by any way he's pulling out of that out of his you know where 'cause he was really upset about it now he's doing hurricane park in i'm okay with an algorithm you won't lose dobbs didn't buy into that a death of.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The glee i know with dealing with what tangible the fourth hurricanes but we certainly have been dealing with three hurricanes that is harvey erma and the kansas city chiefs shocking victory coming into foxborough winning that game forty two to twenty seven out since one game and it was just it was just a pathetic performance on the part of the the patriots execution offense defense coaching who can figure that out but it happens it happens in life than will move wide will move onto to a subject that um i wanted a gift to yesterday and i now is just never able to do would match the the dreamers and there's going to be a lot he iran uh i think during the course in the sour of defending donald trump and criticizing to the degree the republican party which is useless i'd love to see it a conservative party fog you'll these guys get such perks benefits salary really the ability to do whatever they wanted speaking engagements i i it just shocking to me how a patriotic american and i'm not putting myself up there in a pedals saying anatolia holier than thou but owners the goodness if i was serving this country i would do it to the very best of my ability and i i maintain i'm not running i can say but i maintain that would be any corruption i can tell you that but that's not the way it is and there there are a lot of the agri voices out there an angry tones i don't take us from the trump age necessarily i mean i'm sure there's a spillover because any time you negotiate with jolly schumer and nancy pelosi you you've kind of sold go in one of the real enigmas is of this is what obama was president they lost their their they lost elections in fourth grade major voting.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"And kinda level off until we we start to see the recovery efforts for both of those pick up a little bit more well i mean we you know we're right in the middle your harvey is you know kind of i won't be winding down but they're still accessible coming out there you know seventy five and ninety five billion dollars worth of destruction anywhere from three hundred five hundred thousand car and we're briefing for erma which is supposed to be the most powerful storm coming out of the atlantic now we'll see if it you know it's hitting the caribbean now we'll see how far into florida gift or if the coast a gift that's gonna be the key determinant him uh do i think that the quote the us economy will see a it in the third quarter i do we have to remember too it's harvey erma and potentially jose uh so that try effect i think we'll weigh on the economy but i do think you're right several months from now we will see a snap back as houston starts to rebuild as damaging florida and any other areas is fixed as well i'm also seeing today that the trading was down a little bit based on some news that a apple with an iphone their iphone glitches in production one you know what what folks pay attention to when it comes to that and with this new apple and and everything phone coming out of the you know the new iphone what what are you guys expecting a wall street there and how should folks we should expect the reaction well everybody's looking at you what happens on tuesday this live expectation cool with an iphone has always a lot of chatter but other products to be taken the wraps off the next operating system uh iowa eleven maybe a new apple tv new apple watch but the issue in terms of if they're argh which it on the i fall it's a question of will applegate any sold before september right because to temporary at the end of the quarter that means if it the launch the physical launch has pushed out sales were pushed out that means.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on So That Happened

"Seemingly rosita of new cycle could backfire backfiring make trump mad it it it could but now as to treating trump as an infant and keeping things from him and making him happy and saying nice thanks to him this has been going on since he got the nomination i mean this is something that the rnc had to do you couldn't just tell them don't do this you had to give him five things of praise first you'll disagree that this is a there's an a crescendo of baby trump news not there's no chrachel listen all day this is the same amount of baby trump uses there has been since the rnc when adams at all i got what have we done there's going to be another hurricane this weekend in florida and writer hints clearly put him in a good mood because you see less not because he's happy about devastation addict specifically but he's like wow this is the biggest hurricane ever if the same thing he said about harvey erma is even bigger in his ten th these tweets just marvelling at it yeah and the dangerous something's going to go horribly wrong and then and then the blame will go everywhere he won't be able to avoid it so yeah it's it's risky to bank everything you have on your ability to deal with hurricane sense in the end there's no dealing with his term like this it's it's basically what happens to head end and what happens to go round which you cannot control our sb data thank you so much for joining us to talk of down my pleasure this week in trump's america we'll be right back.

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"harvey erma" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"harvey erma" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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