18 Burst results for "Hurricane Nate"

Student killed in gun accident at Ala. high school ID'd; person of interest in custody

Yellowhammer Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Student killed in gun accident at Ala. high school ID'd; person of interest in custody

"Have wbjc hd two birmingham this is yellowhammer news i'm andrea thais alabama congresswoman teary soul releases a statement following the high school shooting in birmingham that killed a female student and injured another says her heart hardest breaking for the parents who have lost their little girl due to gun violence sue offered her prayers for the family she also renewed her commitment to make this case of gun violence in schools in birmingham the last case birmingham police revealed this morning that one person of interest is now in custody today regarding that shooting incident at huffman high school on wednesday this move comes after law enforcement officers worked through the night in reviewing evidence and school security cameras 17yearold cortlandt arrington died from a gun shot fired in the hallway of that school a firearm was brought to the school by another seventeen year old student police said the shooting initially appear to be an accident the city of mobile is going to get an infusion of forty million dollars to help with environmental projects there the money invested will come from a trust fund that was created by civil penalties from the deepwater horizon oil spill the projects to be addressed include a watershed restoration a crosscity greenway and a welcome center four projects in fair hope will get about eighteen million dollars from that same fund the alabama gulf coast recovery council voted on wednesday on where to invest the money from that trust fund throughout the gulf coast the mayor of dolphin island along the gulf coast says his town is ready for spring break mayor jeff collier says the recovery from hurricane damages mostly completed with only one of the four beaches their remaining closed at this time the rest of the town is up and running according to call your the town's estate about seven million dollars worth of damage back in october when hurricane nate struck the gulf coast this news is brought to you by attorney alexander shara a man for the people for more alabama stories go to yellowhammer news dot com.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"The times of travel motherland gums than lightly speak game welcome back to the sports corner sports guys for a saturday morning 62 degrees and now plenty of rain going out outsider is a flash flood watch until four o'clock tomorrow morning and uh makes you be careful because showers and thunderstorms beckett throughout the day high today about seventy we'll go down to about sixty to deny with more showers and thunderstorms it will kind of any kind of diminished by tomorrow morning and and now we'll see sunshine by the afternoon uh yeah we apparently being handed there could be severe weather yes showers in terms of anything is possible in flooding is going to be more the issue and that's kind of odd because we've had so much dry weather over the last uh couple of once but we did have a lot of rain on wednesday uh an inch or two there now you're going to add another couple more inches here and actually know right back where we were back in july i'll nice to head at last the unita's by plus saint louis couple of days of rain likely head in july is essential both leading terrain just lost this much rate a guys we got to talk about soccer uh very disappointing earlier this week usa loss of trinidad tobago all they needed was a thai yes i understand conditions were great they had to move the game down there with all the rain that they guy with hurricane nate that was an earea uh but the thing is getting the job done it's much most important especially with you as say soccer i know we can't spent too much great deal of time on that i know galut bruno in the studio and no ron's going to china and that it's pretty quickly too but uh what was handed down yesterday i expected this to happen whether it was going.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And gamble for a board seats business reports dayton gate past the hour tracy jockey bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 thank you tracy wbz news time nine in other news today of move made to abolish columbus day and replace it with indeed in his people's day is gaining some momentum in some us cities los angeles recently became the biggest city get to stop honoring the italian explorer austin texas followed suit last week a few people wanna make it an italian pride parade we have no problem with that but the gestures intended to recognize the victims of european colonialism have outrageous some italianamerican they discovered america's what he did he was a brave italian explore they say doing away with columbus day is culturally insensitive to their ethnicity and attempted dump columbus day of akron ohio his opener racial rift are met cities council in new york city were vandals recently douse the statue of columbus had red paint above thirty five thousand are expected to march in today's columbus day parade i'm scott carr and closer to home cambridge dubs columbus day indigenous peoples day this after an unanimous city council vote a last year workers on the gulf coast are still cleaning up following hurricane nate 85 my our winds heavy rain and a very dangerous storm surge pounded the coast of louisiana and mississippi were of course effects from the storm including storm surge we have seen videos that people posted from some of the casinos in biloxi in mississippi that showed the storm surge coming in to some of the buildings they're inundating parking law three you could see cars bumping into one another so while the impacts of the hurricane were nowhere near what we have seen from other is like erma and maria they still saw some things that they will have to clean up from a along the the gulf coast that cbs's manuel bojorquez the red sox are set to face off against the astros in game four of.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KTRH

"For the weather channel a cloudy eighty two degrees at the ktrh tom tax defenders 24 hour weather center ktrh news time now twelve low want our top story mississippi was headed by its first hurricane says katrina back in two thousand and five the city of the luxy now dealing with a storm surge after hurricane nate slammed the gulf coast nate is still heading further atlanta's bringing heavy rains with powerful went to the area eight now a tropical depression with winds of thirty five miles per hour it's moving northeast over tennessee and it'll continue passing over the central appalachians over the next day eastern tennessee georgia and the carolinas can expect as much as four inches of rain tonight some areas of the southeast have seen more than six inches of rain since nate made landfall in mississippi this morning as a category one hurricane president trump going to twitter the thanking first responders and fema for their recovery in response effort to nate so far and speaking of our commander in chief president trump's tweets slamming one of the most powerful republicans in the senate resulting in a stunning rebuke after the president blamed him for a bad iran deal and tweeted that the senator begged him foreign endorsement senator bob corker is slamming back tweeting it's a shame the white house has become an adult daycare center and an an extraordinary rebuke in the new york times sunday night corker saying among other things that the president was treating his office quote like a reality show with reckless threats toward other countries that could set the nation on the path to world war three linda lopez abc news and it's been one.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Hurricane nate hurricane eight made it second us now landfall near biloxi mississippi a couple of hours ago shortly after midnight local time as a category one hurricane nate is the first hurricane to make landfall in mississippi since katrina in two thousand five nature triggered hurricane tropical storm and storm surge warnings through a swath of the gulf states vincent grill runs public affairs for the city of bull luxy paul carpet being a category two within a weapon tidal surge when it came ashore it did not happen did not live up to that billing from what we're of understanding it pretty much the center graded parts of it whenever it made landfall nate continues the tracks inland this coastal residents prepare for potentially damaging storm surges latest update reports the eye of the storm moved ricky slur airforce base i'm bartnik a law enforcement official says investigators believe a note found in the las vegas shooters hotel room contain a series of numbers that helped him calculate more precise shuts correspondence stephanie ilham says the note has not helped move the investigation forward this does not help it make it any clear what his motive was why the 64yearold man would do that still unclear about that why he would do this and that is very frustrating for investigators at this point usually within a couple of days are able to pinpoint why someone would do something so heinous they still do not have a clear motive here whites premises sorry gathering in charlottesville virginia again a group of about two dozen carrying tiki torches led by farright nationalist richard spencer crowded around the statue of robert e lee on saturday night i'm bartnik.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KOIL

"Radios and some nineteen twenty five years newstalk twelve naughty jio here's the latest from abc news i'm dave schreiber a second landfall was expected from hurricane nate it is sustained winds of eighty five miles per hour nate made landfall saturday evening near the mouth of the mississippi river as a category one storm another landfall expected around midnight central time along the southern coast of mississippi abc news meteorologist dan pack storm surge is that be concern along the central gulf coast throughout the overnight period we will have storm surge of seven to eleven feet along portions of the southeast coast of louise the anna six to nine the iran mobile alabama and that storms have will be worse overnight because it's actually going to be occurring during tide kabc news meteorologist dampac a popular rapper is denying accusations of sexual assault early saturday morning in an incident in washing dude state abc's brian clarke has more nelly was released from a jail in auburn washington saturday afternoon after he was booked on suspicion of seconddegree rate the accusation made by a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by the grammy winner realname cornell eyeroll hayes jr on his tour bus outside of a walmart on twitter pti forty year old says he's beyond shot to the allegation saying quote i am completely innocent i am confident that once the facts are looked at they'll be very clear that i am the victim of a false allegation nelly skip a scheduled performance saturday night at on twitter he added he has not been charged with a crime brian clark abc news come lawsuit says a houston students constitutional rights were violated when she was expelled for not standing for the pledge of allegiance a car crash injured eleven people outside a major london tourist attraction.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Prepared to go into the interior closet where she's got you know it's like two leader of water shoes ablaze anc it you know i dis keys and money you know just real basic go bag type supplies because since we are under a tornado watch you have to be prepared just in case you know just in case and hopefully it's all wasted effort but it the tornado is unlike a hurricane which is coming in coming in coming for a week a tornado when it comes to comes right now you've got a minute two minutes three minutes warning something like that you've got to be ready to grab the dog in the kids and go into the in into the safe place in your home the place away from the windows of the place it's near a you know a strong wall ideally somewhere that scott protection against the the you know if the roof caves in or something like that that's why we say like in an interior closet that's wellbuilt or under stairway if that's you know that's another place you can go so that's that's that's the danger that i know grown up a midwest my whole life i know tornadoes this hurricane thing this is kind of new to me over the last couple of years four three seven sixteen twenty four three seven sixteen twenty if you have something that you want to share with us a something that's clothes were starting to get to the time when things would have been closed any way yeah you know most stuff that has closed would have been closed by now any way some your late night police pizza delivery and stuff like that that still gonna be around uh but jordan you're just gonna say go ahead yeah no i is going to run through some of this information we have here tropical storm are trump are hurricane nate is a category one hurricane now it was expected that it might have the possibility of jumping up to a category to it before it made landfall landfall right before it made landfall but it does look like it's going to stay at a category one so that is a bit of good news for the areas that are getting hit more with a heavy hurricane stipe type stuff than what we are going to see here in.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Talk radio 560 is san francisco oakland san jose a cumulus station hurricane nate nate has officially become the fourth hurricane to hit the us in less than eighteen months with wiesenthal eighty five miles an hour it's expected to make a second landfall along the coast in mississippi where meteorologist eric van damme says the danger comes from more than the win was an utter a threat to sue this storm not only from storm surge here in biloxi eastward to a tornado threat to heavy rain and flash flooding there's all kinds of threats ongoing with the weather deteriorating overnight new orleans has been spared a direct hit fat mayor mich landrieu says they're not out of the woods yet is not a threat to carry the orleans or source heard there is a significant threat it owes portugal italy or the other parts of coastal area outside aldilali barrier behind the storm hundreds of oil and gas company platforms in the gulf of mexico have been evacuated significantly curtailing production i'm jan johnson president trump is making more cryptic statements about his intentions regarding north korea correspondent mike cremedas in a pair of tweets president trump said presidents and their administrations have been talking to north korea for 25 years agreements made and massive amounts of money paid has worked agreements violated before the ink was dry making fools of us negotiators sorry but only one thing will work vice president mike pence was in las vegas today we find comfort in the knowledge that we are united as.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Special report hurricane nate nate has officially become the fourth hurricane to hit the us in less than two months with winds of eighty five miles an hour it's expected to make a second landfall along the coast of mississippi where meteorologist eric van damme says the danger comes from more than the win was a number of threats to this storm not only from storm surge here in biloxi eastward to a tornado threat to heavy rain and flash flooding there's all kinds of threats ongoing with the weather deteriorating overnight new orleans has been spared a direct hit but mayor mich landrieu says they're not out of the woods yet is not a threat to hear your thoughts heard what there is a significant who let those parts of new orleans or the other ports of collectible weeding out at a outside of the letter barrier behind the storm hundreds of oil and gas company platforms in the gulf of mexico have been evacuated significantly curtailing per action i'm jan johnson president trump is making more cryptic statements about his intentions regarding north korea correspondent mike cremedas in a pair of tweets president trump said presidents and their administrations have been talking to north korea for 25 years agreements made and massive amounts of money paid hasn't worked but remains violated before the ink was dry making fools of us negotiators sorry but only one thing we'll work vice president mike pence was in las vegas today we find comfort in the knowledge that we are united as one nation is one people with one voice following a prayer service fifty eight white doves were released in memory of the shooting victims white supremacists returned to the streets of charlottesville virginia tonight led by activist richard spencer they carried torches to a statue of roberty lee that the city wants removed spencer tells the washington post their identity.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast in the following message come from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington on janine herbst officials in alabama and louisiana say their states are already seeing the outer bands of hurricane nate a category one storm with maximum stained winds of ninety miles per hour but forecasters say it could strengthen before it makes landfall tonight and storm surges are a major worry leading to evacuation orders for parts of new orleans and as just clark from member station wwl no reports louisiana officials are warning residents to get ready residents in several coastal parishes have been ordered to evacuate and polling stations early voting sites in some areas are closing ahead of schedule louisiana governor john bell edwards is urging residents to find a safe place behind the flood wall as soon as possible and stay put until sunday morning he will read this thing no really believe you too good shape no one can afford to underestimate the panel a distortion which is already been deadly it's worth high winds and storms surge are a major concern edward says the storm is already pushing water ashore in floodprone areas for npr news i'm just clark in new orleans as widow rico worse to recover from hurricane maria officials are keeping a close eye on the glauca damn.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this podcast in the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details now to what has been another major story this fall the weather hurricane nate is getting stronger as it takes aim at the us gulf coast that storm was responsible for at least twenty one deaths in central america it's expected to make land in the us near midnight and people from southeast louisiana to the florida panhandle are bracing for what forecasters say will be a category to hurricane npr's debbie elliott reports hurricane nate is bringing heavy rains tornadoes flash floods and destructive winds to a wide area of the central gulf coast the biggest dangerous storm surge which the national weather service warns can be lifethreatening four gulf states have declared emergencies that are staging resources including mobilizing national guard troops curfews are in place and evacuations called for in beachfront and floodprone areas in new orleans ease today mayor mich landrieu visited one of the neighborhoods outside the city's levy protection system he's ordered a mandatory evacuation there were expecting some are based on the prediction to the national weather service was six to nine offbeat of storm surge in of that wasn't difficult enough uh it's likely to come at a time when we're at high tide nate has put the central gulf economy at a standstill not only our business is closing in boarding up but shipping and oil and gas production is halted the us coast guard has closed all the major ports in the region including new orleans gulf port pasco gula mobile and pensacola federal regulators say oil and gas companies have evacuated workers for more than three hundred offshore production platforms and drilling rigs in the gulf of mexico.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast in the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington on barbour klein hurricane nate is getting stronger as it takes aim at the us gulf coast npr's debbie elliott reports the category one storm is on a path to strengthen and strike land just after midnight people from southeast louisiana to the florida panhandle are bracing for nate which forecasters say could strengthen to a category to hurricane the storm will bring heavy rains flash floods and destructive winds to a wide area the central gulf coast the biggest danger will be of ford and ninefoot storm surge which the national weather service warns can be lifethreatening four gulf states have declared emergencies and are staging resources including mobilizing national guard troops and evacuating beachfront and floodprone areas the us coast guard has closed major ports in new orleans gulfport pasqua gula mobile pensacola and panama city debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama billboards are being mounted across las vegas asking the public for any credible information about what may have motivated the gunman who carried out last sunday's massacre vice president pence is going to las vegas today to pay his respects this after visiting the us virgin islands and puerto rico yesterday npr's temer keith reports in the stormravaged us territories vice president pence said it was heartbreaking to see the impact of hurricanes erma and maria he survey damage met with local leaders and also met with people whose lives have been affected by the storms promising longterm support from the federal government.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone vice president mike pence arrived in san juan puerto rico assuring the people and local government there that they have the full support of the trump administration we are going to stand no of the devil surge continue to work with the governor with his administration were local officials at every level in every two rings the pressure is on for citizens in louisiana alabama and mississippi as hurricane nate approaches the storm is expected to make landfall later today or early sunday at the national hurricane center in miami forecaster mike brennan says storm surges are of particular concern we could see in the area between the mouth of the mississippi river and the alabama affordable or five to nine feet of storm surge inundation above ground level sets lifethreatening storm surge and everybody in the storm surge warning area who's been asked to evacuate should follow and he'd any evacuation orders that you've been give given by local officials you still have some time today to finisher preparations it to get out of harm's way president trump has declared a state of emergency four louisiana the nation has experienced a rash of billion dollar weather disasters so far this year and nprs christopher joyce reports that two thousand seventeen has also been unusually warm in the us the latest assessment of the country who's climate shows that so far 2017 is the third warmest on record the average temperature was two point seven degrees fahrenheit above average only 2012 in 2016 were warmer the country's been wet too accumulated precipitation this year he's over three inches above average that's the wettest january through september on record scientists at the national oceanic and atmospheric administration also note that there have been fifteen weather events that caused at least a billion dollars hurricanes harvey erma and maria are among them the combined strength of atlantic hurricanes the season set the new record western wildfires california flooding and drought in the plains states also made the billiondollar list christopher choice npr news the commerce department has increase proposed trade duties on bump are j jets to nearly three hundred percent after a preliminary finding that the canadian company so jets well below cost to delta airlines dan carpet csak more in ottawa foreign affairs minister chris freedland frequences bullying has.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast in the following message comes from the ups store who knows small business owners don't get to take days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see centers for details live from npr news in washington i'm luiz schiavone vice president mike pence arrived in san juan puerto rico assuring the people and local government there that they have the full support of the trump administration we are going to stand for president trump no of the devastation we're going to continue to work with the governor with his administration continue were local officials at every level in every immune to bring all the way the pressure is on for citizens in louisiana alabama and mississippi as hurricane nate approaches the storm is expected to make landfall later today or early sunday at the national hurricane center in miami forecaster mike brennan says storm surges are of particular concern we could see in the area between the mouth of the mississippi river and the alabama florida four or five to nine feet of storm surge in inflation above ground level sets lifethreatening storm surge and everybody in the storm surge warning area who's been asked to evacuate should follow and he'd any evacuation orders that you've been given by local officials you still have some time today to finisher preparations and to get out of harm's way president trump has declared a state of emergency four louisiana.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast in the following message come from the ups store who knows small business owners don't gets its had days off so of you need help with shipping this upcoming holiday they'll be open the ups store franchise locations are independently owned and operated services prices in hours may vary see sensors for details live from npr news in washington i'm luiz schiavone gulf coast residents are bracing for a possible hit by hurricane nate currently expected to make landfall in the us at some point this weekend at the national hurricane center in miami forecaster ed rappaport there is a hurricane warning in effect for portions of the gulf coast spinning from grand i always anibal florida alabama border neither side of the hurricane warning area we have probable storm warnings of hurricane watches or to the east and to the west of the hurricane warning storm surge warnings have also been issued for the coast of mississippi alabama and southeast louisiana all three states have declared a state of emergency in louisiana governor john bell edwards advised the storm has potential to do a lot of damage mainly due to wind and storm surge from member station wwl no jess clarke has details on evacuations in new orleans communities that are not protected by the liberty system at a fire station residents are filling sandbags to protect their homes from flooding between shovel fools christina daggett explains she doesn't trust the city's drainage system which has suffered in recent months from broken pumps might now floods and a good rainstorms i don't know what a storm or hurricanes city officials say the drainage system can handle the rain predicted meanwhile in baton rouge louisiana governor john bell edwards warned residents to stay alert no one should take bristol.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Dot com for the latest on hurricane nate woods used on 405 now the official tent and wins accuweather 4day forecast for our area patchy fog for wild this morning some outlying areas little ice when warm plenty of sun and clouds high eighty tonight warned more human increasing clouds a few spots getting a shower after midnight low sixty nine tomorrow rather cloudy warm humid couple of showers around high eighty for game three of the lds eddie yankee stadium tomorrow evening cloudy first pitch temperature seventy four degrees a shower too could occur during the game monday cloudy humid periods of rain associated with hurricane nate some of the rain could be heavy resulting in flooding of some treats as well as low lying poor drainage areas high seventy six and mostly cloudy and new york right now school bus driver in queens pulled the bus driver the bus over the side of the road gets off walks away it happened one hundred thirty four to to rip shen richmond hill the fact that happened in front of daphne hang this b drive in a radically all of us get him around me april dullah i grabbed my john down he lands on and then made a laugh gigs annual extol cbs to shared kids on the bus crying called cops to say all the kids are okay so the word with the driver is why he just up and and left wins news time 406 a state assemblyman calling on state attorney general's schneidermann to look into manhattan district attorney sivan's his decision not to prosecute to president trump's kids in 2010 van started looking into whether donald trump jr nevenka trump misled potential buyers would drop the case reportedly over objections of some of his own investigators manhattan assembling and dan court says if the reports are accurate da sivan's dropped the investigation into the trump children despite his own investigator saying they had a strong case it very curious ethical concerned court has written a letter to attorney general eric schneidermann asking for an independent investigation or extract in and i'll on warren some further or rear what there and you are intertwined largescale campaigned on equal manhattan certainly eberharter now campaign contributions unduly in manhattan district attorney vance has.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on WWL

"To power here's newell born in new orleans and we're going to be continuing the coverage on tropical storm nate we just had the latest advisory but first let me just say a couple of things shout out to the state of louisiana kipling juror listed the state louisiana's the ninth most favorable tax friendly staff date in the country a great accomplishment we always want to talk about good news secondly congratulations to all of those who sat for the louisiana state bar exam i understand the results are out big shout out to meredith than maggie very proud of you ladies congratulations into two everyone that was able to pass at exam and now we'll get to the ten am advisory in in studio with me is dave cohen and we'll talk about what has just been released by the national weather service dave interesting new all that the national hurricane center has shifted the path gene asked slightly east of what we were looking at last night and into this morning for hurricane nate to make landfall they are still expecting it to be a category one hurricane with wins maximum sustained it eighty miles an hour and gus to a hundred miles an hour but they're thinking that the i wall will not make landfall in greater new orleans now in fact they think it's going to if this path holds swipe over plaque amends perish and then take a turn to the right and make a second to landfall somewhere right near the mississippi alabama line so show landfall fallen in louisiana in an moving a little bit to the east of course that subject to change because the volatility once the storm enters into the gulf of mexico is always a question mark and with that we're going to go to the governor's office of homeland security and emergency preparedness might steal thanks dave they mike how.

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"hurricane nate" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hurricane nate" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A better life for another check of traffic and weather together in five minutes i'm johnstone's news 1110 993 wbt teas news with thompson his eleven two and three wbt on this thursday morning it is october vi boats thompson it's time to bring back on the line from the weather channel i'm ray stagich again that can only mean one thing something's wrong samphan's out of again oh by the way next heavy backup well i'm doing okay and so i always been talk in the last couple of days about the fact that hey charlotte might finally get some rain again towards the end of the weekend and with each each day it gets a little more rain in a little more rain and all of a sudden yesterday we hear the word tropical depression young what what exactly is it and where is that we're concerned about right now well let's go back a few years in your life okay and some of those relationships jad when you were younger and somebody would ask you and they say well how's it going with solid so and you would say it's complicated that's kind of where we're at right now but i do think the rain chance is going to be going up are you going to name names raised with known just to protect the nsa it 'cause i certainly wasn't it sorry i digress no that's okay it's okay that's what we do uh try to put light on what looks to be uh maybe it land falling hurricane nate early in the weekend so you are going to name male well it's not day yet pretty confident that it will become date at i like those quick short names like nate this sounds like it's so easy to get to shut down guided slow shift it a little further to.

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