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Inside the Vote: Atlanta's Election Process
"Have had a unique view of how things have been going in the state of Georgia, our miles. O'Brien continues to explore how the vote is being counted there. On the day after in Atlanta, Fulton County election workers were hard at work scanning and counting the last of the mail in ballots. They began the day with 45,000 left to go. They are among 200,000 untallied mail in ballots statewide. Secretary of State Brad Reference Burger is vowing to have the lion's share of it done by day's end. We're pushing really hard for that. If we can get that if we don't get it there, But we get the number so small that then there's no question of who, actually the winners. I think that would be helpful, really remove a lot of those questions that people might have George's election might garner the most improved award. Primary in June was a disaster. They rolled out a complex new voting system in the midst of the pandemic. It led to a meltdown and that was not the end of the trouble. In October, more than two dozen Fulton County election staffers contracted Cove it early voting was disrupted by Hurricane Zeta power outages and on election Eve. A moving company assigned to deliver voting machines backed out so early on Election day, Fulton County's election director Rick Baron came to work in the emergency operations Center, dreading a replay and at about 6 A.m.. He got word a pipe burst in the room where the mail in ballots are scanned. They were trying to assess whether any equipment was damaged, whether any ballots were damaged. They didn't find any damaged on any ballots, and I think they're going to be able to get the equipment running up and running. Now it led to a four hour delay. But once the in person voting began, their stars became uncrossed. Voters breeze through voting sites with barely a line in sight. Once we got past that whole opening about 30 to 40 minutes way, realized that all of our polls were open. I felt like the day was gonna go smooth way looked at June and we looked at everything that happened in June. The thing that I've said is that You can't be too timid to ask for help. As the focus turns to outstanding mail in votes here and elsewhere. Georgia has another bit of luck on its side. The state change the law to allow mail in ballot processing weeks in advance of November, 3rd. Unlike Wisconsin, Michigan get in Pennsylvania legally constrained toe wait until virtually the last minute. So now we are all on tenterhooks. Despite repeated warnings from election systems experts like Amber McReynolds of the National voted Home Institute. So in a census was a slow motion train wreck that you saw coming. Yeah, I mean, we we flagged this. We flagged this policy issue, And frankly, it's the fact that these three state legislative bodies refused to respond to the needs of election officials because it was election officials of all sides all party stripes that we're asking for this very technical change that would feed up the election results process. Election security experts say This is a particularly dangerous time. Potential adversaries can now home their attacks on the Tegra T of the voting system. University of Michigan Computer science professor Alex Halderman says this underscores the need for states to audit their results. We now have a target painted on the back of certain particular states that are going to be close and Miss Tripp in those states could take the form off, attacking the integrity off the paper ballots could take the form of attacking the computers that are going to be used to count them. What we need to do is wait for states to perform the necessary checks any post election audits and recounts and make sure that those checks are done accurately enough that we can all have confidence in the results. In the meantime, Professor Hartman will be watching closely to see if any hackers attempt to get in the middle of this process and cause mischief. So far, the federal agency which is assigned to track all of this, since there's no evidence of any threats, domestic or foreign to the process that have affected any votes. Meanwhile, behind me live pictures here at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta as Fulton County election workers get through A pile of about 38,000 ballots and counting. They say they will be counting here tonight until they finish statewide. They're promising. It will all be done by tomorrow. But in other places the weight could take longer. They may take more time that we have patients, Judy So, Brian in Atlanta, where you been now for several days, and this is the kind of reporting that is so important at a moment like this miles. Thank you very much
Gulf storm damage causes polling place moves, power outages
"Election officials in the Deep South spent election Eve tending the lingering storm damage from Hurricane Zeta and other storms that damaged buildings or left polling places without power. Storm damage caused nearly 100 polling places to be moved in Louisiana after Hurricane Laura and now they're scrambling to make sure generators are available at polling places in Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia. And Mississippi.
New Orleans officials feud over generators for polling places
"New Orleans. There's finger pointing over the lack of electrical power at some polling sites after it was knocked out by Hurricane Zeta. New Orleans Democratic Mayor La Toya Cantrell says it's unclear whether electrical service will be restored to the powerless precincts. In time she's accusing the Republican secretary of state, Kyle are twin of refusing to provide support for general. Hers are too innocent Polling places would receive generators for election Day. But he didn't specify whether providing the generators would be a state or local responsibility, he said in a statement. It's unfortunate politicians like Cantrell are trying to score cheap political points instead of being part of the solution.
Atlanta declares state of emergency after Hurricane Zeta
"Of of Hurricane Hurricane of of Hurricane Hurricane Zeta Zeta Zeta Zeta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Mayor Mayor Mayor Mayor Keisha Keisha Keisha Keisha Lands, Lands, Lands, Lands, Bottoms Bottoms Bottoms Bottoms declared declared declared declared a a state state a a state state of of emergency emergency of of emergency emergency yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday that that that that clears clears clears clears the the way way the the for for way way for for more more more more city city resource resource is is And contract And contract and cruise and cruise to help to help with power with power restoration restoration Update Update from Georgia from Georgia power power in this in morning this morning power power has has been restored been restored to more to than more 95% than 95% of its of customers its customers that 25,000 that 25,000 customers customers are are still still without without power power this this morning morning total total statewide statewide outages outages including including all the all local the local emcees emcees about about 40,000. 40,000.
#Election2020: Obama to campaign for Biden in Atlanta Monday
"Of of Hurricane Hurricane Zeta Zeta Atlanta Atlanta Mayor Mayor Keisha Keisha Lands, Lands, Bottoms Bottoms declared declared a a state state of of emergency emergency yesterday yesterday that that clears clears the the way way for for more more city resource is And contract and cruise to help with power restoration Update from Georgia power in this morning power has been restored to more than 95% of its customers that 25,000 customers are still without power this morning total statewide outages including all the local emcees about 40,000.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The accuracy. Of the poles, So I think it's important to hear what they have to say. In terms of Republicans. I haven't seen this kind of enthusiasm. In a long, long time. Here is your forecast with overnight lows, reaching down into the freezing point from northern Oklahoma to North Dakota, most of the Midwest and extending over through northern Tennessee up along the appellation mountains into Maine on the eastern side of the Appalachians. We're still above the freezing mark. Same for the deep South. And Southern Plains. But Frost and freeze warnings are in place for more than two dozen states this morning. This past week, Hurricane Zeta logged as thie 11th tropical storm or hurricane to make landfall this year. The system was even responsible for some snowfall from North Central P a up through New York and the New England states. There was plenty of rain associated with the system for the deep South and mid Atlantic, but we're dry across the country. For the most part today, there's a small disturbance moving along the Canadian border. Out of Grand Forks, North Dakota toward Duluth, and that system moves toward the upper Great Lakes. Throughout the day, the national forecast from run I radio meteorologist John Trout. 2020 has taught us to make room in our lives for what matters most, which is people were making more room for people last room for junk. I'm certainly doing that. Also, when I watched our truck team Holloway a bunch of my.
Hurricane Zeta slams into Gulf Coast, killing at least 5
"The Gulf Coast have been dealing with unrelenting tropical winds and high water. Last evening, Hurricane Zeta became the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic season to strike Louisiana. Zeta has taken at least five lives on its race across several states. Millions are without power, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards, calls the damage in the barrier island of Grand Isle catastrophic. Heartbreaks because this has been a tough tough year, and we've been fighting a Kobe and public health emergency since March. We've had so many main storms that have come through Louisiana on DH to do that on the almost at Halloween.
Tropical Storm Zeta leaves behind widespread damage, power outages across Gulf Coast
"Winds and high water. Last evening, Hurricane Zeta became the fifth named storm of the 2020 Atlantic season to strike Louisiana. Zeta has taken at least five lives on its race across several states. Millions are without power, and Louisiana's governor John Bell. Edwards, calls the damage in the barrier island of Grand Isle catastrophic. Heartbreaks because this has been a tough tough year, and we've been fighting the Kobe and public health emergency since March. We've had so many main storms that have come through Louisiana, Andi and to do that, on the almost at Halloween. Joe Valiant is the emergency management director of Jefferson Parish,
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Shelby County School system will stay closed tomorrow amid widespread power outages due to Hurricane Zeta. There are more than 400,000 outages statewide, including over 50,000 in Shelby County. Alabama, reporting its first death related to the Hurricane stadium says a person was killed when a tree fell on a home in Clark County. Authorities say there are reports of injuries around the state as well. Next James at 5 30. Now it's the Michael Berry Show. I'm Jim Charity on Birmingham's local news, traffic and weather leader. NewsRadio 1055 w E. R C E Time time time. Lock and load. Michael. Very show is on the air this morning Way spoke to someone you've probably seen on your TV screen. Many times, Mike Lyndall of my pillow dot com. And we talked about why he's supporting President Trump his Minnesota based business how they built it 1500 employees how Trump's policies have affected his business. 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Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana as strong Category 2 storm
"Has has has has has has has has been been been been been been been been hit with its fifth named Storm of the year, this one named Zeta because we've pretty much run out of names. Strong winds have left over a million people without power in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards is particularly focused on the southeast of his state. Because this was primarily a wind event has was predicted. There are lots of power outages across southeast Louisiana. So put this storm in perspective. We welcome Now Creek Fugue, a former administrator of FEMA. During his tenure, he organized recovery efforts for a record 87 count of 87 disasters in 2011 alone. So, Craig, thanks so much for being back with us. Give us some perspective on this particular storm of Zeta before we move on to the larger perspective. The governor said. It was mainly AH wind event. We didn't see a lot of heavy rainfall move fast. So really, the recovery is damaged roofs and power outages on it's not just in Louisiana, you'll get parentage is always to Atlanta from this storm. Is that easier to him in there? No, never easy, But is that easier to deal with one of these big drenching rains that comes on onshore just sits there. Yeah, It's never easy, but the difference is they'll have a pretty good idea of damages. They get back in most of these areas. And the big driver of much of this is going to be getting the power back on. So is it my imagination, Or has there been an awful lot of storms this year? They say we're to Zeta. I don't remember getting dizzy before. Has been busy, and it's really the number of landfalling hurricanes we're seeing. Ah, they were close to tying the record for Landfalling storms on Louisiana's much like Florida's been hit multiple times in one year and correspondingly in election years. It was in 2000 for We'll
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Orders and warnings have been lifted for the wildfire near your Belinda and Chino Hills that one's 23% contained now. All right. Then we go from there to Hurricane Zeta, which is right now. Right on that Alabama looks like Alabama Georgia Louisiana border on. UH, it's quickly made landfall yesterday as a Category two but then weakened to a Category one. But they say that this one as we talked about earlier is moving really, really quickly, which is great for people that are in In the way of this hurricane. That's the only good news about this. In the meantime, the rain the wind on and New Orleans got hit again. Somebody has to tell the folks in New Orleans. God just doesn't like that part of the world. Well, maybe Okay, That's maybe that's stretching it a little rough. Yeah, that is a little bit rough. Well, the old adage goes that the weather like this is not supposed to slow down the Postal Service and now a federal judge has ordered that they not slow down. This's a nationwide order from Judge Emmet Sullivan in the District of Columbia there and He got some new data that shows mail delivery in some parts of this country. Like recently is even slower than it was back in July, when everybody was complaining about how slow it was, so he has ordered them to speed it up and to get rid of whatever policies they have going that slowing it down. Now this gets really interesting when you start putting the pieces together and maybe connecting the dots. If there are dots, the president does not like mail in balloting. He is dead set against it. You've got the joy who is the postmaster general who is not a career post office guy who lately it has been the last several decades. It has been career people have done that job and he slowed down delivery. Now. Is there a political connection? We haven't seen that yet. Or we may never see it. It could be that he legitimately just wants to make it more efficient and to make it more efficient. You slow it down because the delivering the mail at whatever cost has been the mantra of the post office. No, neither rain nor sleet know thermonuclear devices will stop. The delivery of the male and so and the president wants it to slow down its now if there had been an order or a suggestion, I think that would have come out by now. Well, I think that the slowness is secondary to the actions that were taken, like eliminating overtime capabilities, Definition ing mail sorting machines, So that's right theme. It's plausible that he was primarily motivated by treating it like a real business. You know, they always have cost overruns, and that was very going to do a slowing of the mail, right. But we have had the courts are involved now. Yep, And they're saying you can't do that. Ah, and will there? Well, I I don't know if there's time to appeal the order or not. Do you go on an emergency appeal, and I don't know the answer. Because the Supreme Court just nailed the Trump administration in the states in a couple of ways, saying that those extensions that go beyond that go beyond the day the vote is either to be counted or received because of the pandemic are valid that the that you can't fight those extensions that the states have imposed. The Trump Administration fought those Anything to slow down the balloting or to make mail in ballots either difficult or invalid because of timing. The courts are saying, No, You can't do that. Lot of politics involved in the male. Can you imagine Cove it is politics. Like the pandemic has become politics. Everything is politics. The weather is politics, The male has become politics. I mean, what is in politics today? Maybe politics are in politics. Maybe, but everything else certainly seems to be Take a break. Come back will doom or handle on the news Late edition. Jennifer Unprecedented numbers of mail in ballots this year mean it could be days after election Day before we know who one in three of the six key swing states scene is crucial to the election. Florida, North Carolina in Arizona officials say they hope to have early voting totals available on election night. Hillary Clinton will be an electoral this year in the presidential election after winning the popular vote in 2016 but losing the electoral vote. Clinton will serve this year as one of the dead. Goetz and Tropical storms. Data continues to blow gale force winds across parts of the deep south. The National Hurricane Center says. Data is currently centred near the Alabama Georgia state line and is currently spreading rainfall and damaging winds of about 60 miles an hour. Checking a crash on the 605 with the CAF eye in the sky next getting Democrats and Republicans to agree. Good luck except when it comes to deceptive prop 21 100, California local leaders,.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Also campaign in North Carolina. Later in Wisconsin, the state's Republican Party chairman says hackers stole $2.3 Million from a trump reelection account Now Tropical Storm Zeta. He's blamed for another death. Is it moves north, a man killed in Georgia When a tree fell on his mobile home. There was an electrocution in Louisiana, a drowning in Mississippi and a lot of hurricane damage scattered around the Gulf Coast. Hundreds of 1000 of our power. America is listening to Fox News. Hurricane Zeta is now responsible for three hurricanes data now responsible for three deaths, one in New Orleans, another in Georgia. And now authorities in Biloxi, Mississippi, say the lone victim who died there was an Alabama resident, Reginald Green has more Galaxy police say 58 year old Leslie Richardson of theater, Alabama had been making a video of the storms, wind and waves crashing onto the beach. Of the Broadwater Marina when he got into his car and tried to escape the fast approaching waters. Investigators say Richardson apparently drowned when his vehicle became flooded by those high waters from the storm surge. Richardson did call for help, but efforts to rescue him on highway 90 were unsuccessful. A second storm related death was also reported in nearby Louisiana. I'm Reginald Green. In South Alabama. They're moving as quickly as possible. There are about 155,000 customers without power in mobile County, as well as Baldwin, Munroe, Clarke and Escambia counties. Hurricane Zeta has now left the state but in its wake widespread County M. A director Jim Coker, telling J. T on Alabama's morning it We've seen trees down power.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"As they say you can on. Lee died the bullet so many times. And that's what New Orleans had done during this crazy hurricane season. But yesterday Normans took a direct hit from Hurricane Zeta came ashore is a Category two storm. Not surprisingly, not only left more than a million people without power, at least to death so far safe has now been downgraded to a tropical storm but still packing maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH. And I don't know how much and it's not like New Orleans didn't have some problems with the previous hurricanes that went through Louisiana in the Gulf Coast. It's just that this go around. They got hit dead center and, uh, you know, downgraded to a tropical storm. But on the other side of that coin, the don't get too excited. News again is if the storm still packing maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH and is moving northeast. Before ultimately will be moving out to sea. Dallas Cowboys take on the Eagles Sunday night. The winner will be sitting all alone in first place, The boy in the NFC East. With three wins. That's sad. Washington is I mentioned a moment ago does have a bye. I don't see you seen anything. Heard anything at all That would Give you any.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will not take place next, spreading several businesses in Norwood told to close their doors. As the state hits 1/5 Day in a row with more than 1000 new Corona virus cases. Hurricane Zeta starting to lose some steam as it now moves further inland for the city of New Orleans certainly feels its impacts. Big easy managed to dodge the worse that hurricanes Laura, Marco, Beta and Delta had to offer, but her luck finally ran out after six near misses. The city of New Orleans was impacted New Orleans merely toy Cantrell watched her city take a direct hit from Zeta classified as a Category two hurricane. Thankfully, it came through very fast as predicted. The storm has claimed at least two lives, one in Louisiana and one in Mississippi. Jim Ryan. ABC knows a possible terror attack overseas, watching this in the Mediterranean city of Nice, France. Three people are dead. And the mayor of the city tweets that all the evidence suggests This was a terror attack within the Basilica of the Our Lady of Notredame Church, the mayor giving credit to someone Who he says Stop the attack. This is a developing story, And when we know Maur at W. B c news radio, you will know more 6 16 cloudy skies for now, here in Boston 47 degrees more rain on the way this afternoon wearing a face mask is certainly not comfortable for many, and it certainly does a number on your skin, too. It's leaving a mark and many people. Are forced to relive an embarrassing.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On what's going on around the world. Michael Karen French police confirm an attacker with a knife killed at least two people at a church in the city of knees. According to French media. One victim a woman was decapitated. The city's mayor described the violence is terrorism. Fast moving. Zeta made landfall sliming into the Gulf Coast as a Category two hurricane. At least one person is dead. In New Orleans. Hundreds of thousands are left without power in Louisiana and Mississippi, the damaging winds and rain now moving inland. Threatening states all the way across the Carolinas and then into parts of the Northeast President Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will be in Florida. Today. Trump and Biden will be in Tampa at different times. Only five days left until Election Day. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts on more than 120 countries. Hi, Michael Barra. And this is Bloomberg. Okay, Michael. Thanks. It's almost 5 49 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg Interactive broker Studios. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak on what is going to be a very busy day for earnings in the tech sector. Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet all report after the closing bell today. For more. We're joined Live by Jean Monster cofounder of Luke Ventures. Great to talk with you this morning, Gene. Let's start with a couple of cos you're covering this morning Apple. The consensus for the iPhone maker is earnings of about 70 cents a share on revenue of 40 or $63.48. Billion, where you on that scale. Word will take under on that Nathan and specifically the timing of iPhone 12 impact that pretty significant. I don't think the streets back here and they're looking for 17% down 17% year over year. I think it could more likely be down 31% and specifically, Typically, Apple has been new version of the iPhone with a couple weeks left in the September quarter. This year moved into the October quarter to the December quarter the month of October, and that has a significant impact on those two. Those files two weeks are the most juicy two weeks of the quarter. More like they're losing a month's versus two weeks. Just given the impact of the fallen typically hasn't so I would. I'm I'm thinking that investors should brace themselves for what? That I phone number looks like, but don't be disheartened by it because it really is the timing question versus a fundamental question. So that is the focus, possibly going to be on the longer term outlook for Apple, as opposed to the quarterly earnings. And how does that longer term outlook? Look for you? It looks killing. Yes, The focus is on the long term. I think that what we're going to hear is that I want 12 was off to a good start that they are. They've shown two of the four models so far. I think that you're gonna see iPhones go from essentially flat in 2022 up code 10 12% next year, so a nice rebound. Separately. Mac and the iPad are just a fire right now Going to be a 40% year of years, massive reacceleration. Based on work from home and educate from home qualities. They're going to have an impact services up 15% all really powerful. Work now that we're so overly optimistic. So is the focus for Apple, turning Mohr to its devices, as opposed to services as a growth point for them. Yeah, it means services are a big part called 20% of rather you up, 15%. But, yeah, This is hard Iris offering certain everything. And that really is the important point here When you look at this person, the other tech giant Is the ability to hardware and software is unique. This is something I've long been penalised for. It is a positive for Apple. Let's turn to Amazon. Obviously a huge performer in the at home economy. Can the e commerce giant continue to keep the kind of Momenta MME that it's had over the last few months? The simple answer is yes. I mean, they've been growing it call it 20%. Plus pandemic has been this massive shot in the arm and I simply think they continue to gain sheer and was still a nascent market shockingly. If you look at where he converses today, even during the pandemic, it's still on ly about 20% of what is bought in the U. S. It's slightly lessen that globally. And so the simple answer. When you think about Ken Amazon continue is that the addressable market is still significant enough that that growth is that both growth rates are achievable. I think you're gonna hear a lot about them continue to invest in logistics and the other piece to hear something else to keep a close eye on is their commentary regarding holiday quarter. A lot of the other tech companies aren't going to give guidance. Apple is not going to get guidance. Google won't face of mere May Not And Amazon has some data from Prime Day, which they had a few weeks ago. And that should give them some indications. So what I'm most keenly looking for an Amazon their commentary on the month of December as kind of ah barometer for the rest of the market. What about their commentary when it comes to the outlook based on the pandemic? Obviously, Amazon has been paid off and dividends when it comes to its performance during the pandemic, with people purchasing things from home, But if things start to turn a corner with the with the Corona virus could that pose a potential headwind frame is on. Every company in the simple answer is it will be a small head wind. It could have a small negative impact on the multiple. Every company that had this booth because the pandemic you think of the obvious ones. Telethon Zoom Amazon. All their growth rates will moderate lately, I think what's Ah, What's encouraging about Amazon again is still the addressable market is massive. It's It's hard to Imagine that there's much room to grow in broad e commerce. Yes to growth rates may moderate from 20% currently 15 to 18% next year but still is going to be relatively. It'll still be a quick pace. Obviously gonna be a very busy day for you after the closing bell when Apple and Amazon and all those other big thing names report after the close, Jean Monster of Luke Ventures, Thanks for getting up early this morning for for us for a preview, Karen Sorry, Nathan. Thank you. It's 5 54 on Wall Street. Now it's time for the Bloomberg law. Report. President Trump losing his bid to have a defamation case against him dismissed. A judge ruled that the government could not substitute itself as the defendant in a case brought by New York advice columnist E. Jean Carel. For more on the decision, Bloomberg's June Grasso speaks to former federal prosecutor Robert MENSA partner and McCarter and English. So tell us a little bit about the case and why the Justice Department said it should be able to step in for Trump that they had to do with an allegation from a New York advice columnist to claim that President Trump had raped her in a department store dressing room. Two decades ago in response to that allegation, the president culture, among other things, a liar and said that she had not been telling the truth when she made those allegations against and what was interesting about.
Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana as strong Category 2 storm
"Hurricane Zeta is a tropical storm now battering Alabama but in a landfall yesterday and cocoa Tree Louisiana as a strong Category two storm quickly moving on to New Orleans. Where it killed a man who was electrocuted by a downed power line. Fierce winds, heavy rain and storm surge. The storm is moving northeast now, after ripping through Louisiana and Mississippi, where residents were advised to stay
Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana as strong Category 2 storm
"Zeta that is moving quickly through the south. After made landfall as a Category two hurricane in Louisiana on Wednesday night. Zeta is strong hurricane the strongest in more than a century to hit the continental United States this late in the hurricane season. ABC is Mona Coaster. Abdi has more from Louisiana Storm turning deadly in New Orleans, where police say one person was electrocuted after touching a live wire. The city was spared from five previous storms that hit Louisiana this season. But this time I took a direct hit and we are expected to get the remnants of Zeta as it quickly moves up the East Coast with some rain showers through coastal New England. Sure, Tomorrow morning. Let's now
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The legal something not available in every state only available it's like farmers branded policy. Civic terms, conditions underwritten by farmers. Trucker fire insurance exchanges are affiliate hit by its third hurricane this year, Jack Ella and Fox News McCain Zeta making landfall Wednesday afternoon near Cocodrie, Louisiana. We have been damaged, we have been hit, so we're assessing the damage as best we can tonight and of course in the morning We just We will not stop. That's new orleansmayor LaToya Cantrell, who's urging residents not to venture out to look at the storm damage because one New Orleans resident has already been killed, touching a fallen power line. Hundreds of customers are without power as the storm still a category one hurricane strength moves into Alabama, the president ordering federal disaster assistance for the area. President Trump with two campaign rallies in Arizona when Arizona Wednesday complaining about the media, we don't have freedom of the press. We have suppression of the press, and there's never been a time. When is more obvious than right now says the heads of three huge social media companies, including Twitter's Jack Dorsey were grilled by the Senate Commerce Committee about posts they limits and why, Mr Dorsey, who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to hear, Dorsey told Senator Ted Cruz. The Twitter blocked the New York Post story about the contents of Hunter Biden's purported laptop. Because it appeared to be hacked material. Despite the post source references, Dorsey said it is not.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To Fort Worth. New Orleans battered. Jack Callahan, Fox News by Category two. Hurricane Zeta, which blew ashore Wednesday afternoon after six near misses, the city of New Orleans was impacted as we know right now classified as a Category two hurricane. Thankfully, it came through very fast as predicted. We are now beginning to assess the damage. Orleansmayor LeToya Cantrell. Damage is mainly down power poles and lines trees on a lot of vegetation blocking the room, which would certainly make sense. With those high wind. It just sent tree limbs all over the place. And Kimberly Curth of Fox ate in New Orleans. Reports downed power lines are blamed for the electrocution death of a 55 year old man in New Orleans. First known fatality from the Storm. Zeta now moving rapidly northeast across lower Mississippi. In central Alabama. President Trump has declared a federal emergency and ordered federal assistance expedited to aid in the recovery efforts. A typhoon has triggered mudslides in Vietnam, killing at least eight people. Thing. There just isn't time. The U. S. Supreme Court will not weigh in on a Pennsylvania absentee ballot rule before Election Day. The Supreme Court is not granting a pre election review to a three day extension for mail in ballots to be received in Pennsylvania State. Republicans are asking for that appeal after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered the extension, but the state has agreed to segregate ballots that have received in.
Category 2 Hurricane Zeta crashes ashore in storm-weary Louisiana, dealing new blow in busy Atlantic hurricane season.
"And the corridor in Louisiana tonight confirms the first death from Hurricane Zeta. It was a 55 year old man electrocuted by downed power lines. Zeta has begun to batter Mississippi's Gulf Coast with a dangerous storm surge, high winds and heavy rain. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says ADA is still packing 100 Mile an hour winds. It's now moving southwest of Slidell, Louisiana, not far from the Mississippi line. Forecasters say the storm will roar into southeastern Mississippi over the next couple of hours. Is and then howl across the southeastern states during the nighttime hours and tomorrow the hurricane crashed ashore this afternoon in southeastern Louisiana. W T o p Steve Dresner is in New Orleans. The winds calm down. No rain folks are starting to occupy the streets. And now it's all about recovery. In this part of town, the southeast part of town in the French Quarter, everyone as power. It's all north and west for the power outages as Faras downtown is concerned close to 200,000 customers are without power at last report in New Orleans
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WSB-AM
"B Let US news and talk at 10 o'clock I'm Jennifer Griffis Live in the WSB 24 hour news Center would tell us these top story this hour. Hurricane Zeta is battering the Mississippi Gulf Coast with a dangerous storm surge. Here's meteorologist Jeff Barry Delhi as we head through the next couple hours. The strongest winds going right along the coast ofthe Mississippi because a lot of folks are exposed to the wind. We'll see Windows over 100 Miles an hour is a system continues to move to the north. Meantime, there has been a death The first death of the hurricane of Hurricane Zeta 55 year old man was electrocuted by downed power lines in Louisiana right now, 71 degrees in Atlanta. Tropical storm conditions coming tonight and in the morning clearing by the afternoon, though high 78 Atlantis. Most accurate in dependable forecast is coming up top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it Channel to meteorologist Brad Knit says they're still a few hours away before we can start to feel the impact of hurricanes data in the WSB Storm Center. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad in its tropical storm warning in effect for metro Atlanta as tropical storm force winds were talking winds 40 to 50 gusting occasionally higher than that. So 50 mile an hour winds can knock down trees, especially with a soggy ground. And we're gonna have 2 to 3 isolated four inch rainfall totals in a flash flood watch in effect in the WC Storm Center. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad in its strong winds could lead to a widespread power outages across the state crews with both Georgia power in Georgia's E. M. Cesaire standing by for what could be widespread salvages with saturation of the ground and with the high winds coming in from the tropical storm. Trees could bottle and when trees fall, That could mean power lines come down Georgia powers, Alison Gregory tells me, crews will be ready to begin dealing with any outages once wins, drop below 30 MPH, and it's safe to do so I am Seas have crews ready from South Carolina and Tennessee ready to respond in the event there needed Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB. Many Metro Atlanta school systems also closed because of the storms for a complete list. You can go to our website at WSB radio dot com. There is a George Connection to what's being called the largest telemarketing scam of its kind targeting the elderly. It's a $300 million magazine subscription scam. 60 people from 14 States, including Georgia are defendants in the scam that investigators say had some victims hang over $1000 a month in subscriptions. According to court documents using lists of magazine subscribers, elderly victims were tricked into signing up for more subscriptions. One victim gave her credit card information to one telemarketer just to get the person to stop calling her daily. Chris Camp 95.5 WSB news time is 10 03 and I'm dropping my McDonalds order for me, Please Price and I know your story with Bobbi MacDonald and humor me for a limited time just waiting for details. Orioles traded her mother's international group under licence. Are you registered to vote this year? Yep. I'm registered. Well, you should vote. Yes. On Amendment one. You know what that's about, Right? Well, tell me more about it. So right now, politicians make back room deals to choose who they represent. Instead of us, the voters choosing them. That's partisan. Jerry Mandarin. Wait, So they're choosing what's best.
Atlanta - North Georgia Tropical Storm Watch Issued For Hurricane Zeta
"Zeta is battering the Mississippi Gulf Coast with a dangerous storm surge. Here's meteorologist Jeff Barry Delhi as we head through the next couple hours. The strongest winds going right along the coast ofthe Mississippi because a lot of folks are exposed to the wind. We'll see Windows over 100 Miles an hour is a system continues to move to the north. Meantime, there has been a death The first death of the hurricane of Hurricane Zeta 55 year old man was electrocuted by downed power lines in Louisiana
Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall in Southeastern Louisiana
"Louisiana top sustained winds 110 MPH fast moving storm, bringing heavy rain high winds and a strong storm surge from south of New Orleans to the western Florida Panhandle. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham. We're already going to have the system as a tropical storm in Alabama early tomorrow morning, and then by tomorrow afternoon, this system is already in Virginia. So moving quickly, so be careful the nighttime hours You could have damage you're gonna have to have debris and power lines down. So be really careful. It's better to just be be inside. Tim Kerner is the mayor of Jean Lafitte, Louisiana. But those 4 to 5 hours we're gonna We're gonna get a lot of water. We just don't know what's expected with these storms. We're gonna prepare for the worst hope for the best, but you know, we will get water. But the good news is the over quick. The Hurricane center says the storm is now racing to the north at 25 MPH. Each of the major indexes lost more than
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Hurricane Zeta, now Category 2, makes landfall in southeastern Louisiana
"Data making landfall in their co coterie. Louisiana has a Category two storm, The National Hurricane Center says hurricane conditions and life threatening storm surge or coming for parts of southeastern Louisiana and Mississippi Coast. Officials note that Zeta Center will make a second landfall in Mississippi later this evening. A storm could bring as much as six inches of rain.
Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana
"Hurricane Center says Hurricane Zeta has crashed ashore in storm where a Louisiana is a powerful Category two storm, striking the latest blow of an extraordinarily busy Atlantic tropical storm season. Miami based center says A hurricane hunter aircraft confirmed at 4 P.m. Wednesday that the menacing storm have made landfall in their Cocodrie, Louisiana, New Orleans, 911 executive director Tyrell Morris says residents should get to safety because hurricane winds could endanger first responders. We are expecting there be a place that our public state, the units will not be able to respond to 911 calls The phone will still be answered. We still take the call and get into the system. But sustained winds get to a certain point what is unsafe for a fire truck or an ambulance to respond? We will not be able to do so. The fast moving storm came ashore on the southern Louisiana coastline in a region of the Gulf coast that has already been in the crosshairs of earlier storms this season.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WTOP
"Complex had 14 50 Rockville Pike. You won't be disappointed, or you could visit them online at BMW Rod Phil dot com Bob in one W T O be traffic Well, Hurricane Zeta just came ashore in Louisiana. We'll be getting a lot of that rain. Here's Emilia Drape. The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the region. This will be in effect starting tomorrow morning at 5, A.m. and running throughout the entire day. Coming to an end at 11 P.m. will be in storm team for weather alert mode tomorrow as rain moves into the area after midnight tonight will have temperatures tonight and tomorrow near study in the fifties and low sixties. Rain will be heavy at times tomorrow and we'll pick up 123 inches all of this due to what will be the remnants of Zeta combining with the winter storm system. Still, some scattered showers out there Friday morning. We look to be mainly dry for the second half of the day on Friday, with highs Friday in the low to mid fifties, will have breezy winds tomorrow and dusty wins on Friday. I'm strong Team four meteorologist Stimulate a Draper right now. Temperatures air hanging around the 70 degree Mark Oxon Hill now 69 sterling checks in at 71. We are sitting at 71 in Northwest. His chest into the W T o P newsroom as we just mentioned Category two, Hurricane Zeta just crashed ashore in storm weary Louisiana. It's another blow during a very busy Atlantic season, There is a danger of life threatening rising waters that'll be moving inland from the coast line. There's a lot of risk down there right now will be following all of the developments as the storm continues moving through the Gulf Coast states, So keep it here on W T O P. We'll have more as we go through the after. Noon 5 11 Now, with nearly 74 million votes already cast. There is a lot of focus.
Hurricane Zeta, now Category 2, forecast to pass over New Orleans
"Zeta expected to make landfall soon in Louisiana as a Category two storm, we do expect Hurricane Zeta to continue Suppose the greatest threat because of wind Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says New Orleans could get wind damage to Zeta could also push up to 9 Ft. Of Storm surge inland. The hurricane warning extends from Morgan City to the Mississippi Alabama line, a region already hammered by summer hurricanes and flood destruction.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"93 South is slow from Braintree over to 24. There's some stop and go at the start of 24 south, and that is really crawling from 45 down past route 44 in rain and three Southie usual stop and go coming off the expressway. Things were good out to the west with the mass Turnpike and the outer edge of 45. They are good. My king double TV's ease traffic on the 3 10. We're going to see some rain arrive tomorrow some of the precipitation from Hurricane Zeta, which is paying a visit to the Gulf Coast tonight. We'll get through pretty much precipitation free tonight. We have some showers leftover, but those are going to end and we'll have dried conditions this evening, with temperatures not far from 40 and some of the inland suburbs, 46 or so downtown. Clouds move in tomorrow. The rain with that moisture from the Gulf Coast and hurricanes data will come up here and arrive around midday. The rain will come down heavy at times later in the day, and in the evening tomorrow as temperatures will fall as well. 32 35 35 to 40 near the city and the coast that rain could mix in with some wet snow, especially north and west of the city tomorrow night. Then on Friday, it's windy. The rain changing over to some wet snow before it ends, even in areas closer to the shore and inland sections outside of for 95 may pick up a few inches of a slushy accumulation temperatures on Friday in the thirty's, too near 40 Saturday, the sun returns will have temperatures in the low to mid forties right now, 50 degrees in Boston. The daily tally of covert cases in Massachusetts is out Once again, the total number of new cases is over 1000 For the fifth day in a row. There are more than 1000 new cases of covert in the Commonwealth 1137..
Hurricane Zeta, now Category 2, forecast to pass over New Orleans
"Along the Gulf Coast in Louisiana are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Zeta Dan Brown at the National Hurricane Center says data will reach land as a Category two storm later today, damaging winds significant life threatening storm surge as well as a swab the heavy rainfall Cross portions of the northern Gulf Coast and even in the southeast US over the next day or so, AH, pump failure in New Orleans has raised the risk of flooding there. The
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Ly the left lane getting by on this crash, and that's got traffic stop and go now from the Trinity River Bridge, Wghp first traffic and weather on the ones on Michael Scott. There's no turning back Classic Chevrolet in Grapevine is in the final stretch to finish first in the nation. No payments until March 2021 more Silverado than anyone See it old classic Chevrolet dot com mined roads. My brush with winter weather continues for the Panhandle today, with winter storm warnings and icing, freezing rain alerts up there in the panhandling across southwestern parts of Oklahoma, just the west of Oklahoma City, all the way down to love IX, um, active winter weather going on. We've got some rain showers closer to home, just east of the Metroplex moving on to the Northeast. And on top of that. Hurricane Zeta makes landfall tonight near New Orleans. This one is going to be very close to New Orleans. Unlike the other five impact in the Gulf Coast this season are temps Today Flooring with record cold high temps again today at 48 degrees Low tonight 40 degrees. The Sunshine in sixties return by Friday in the weekend update the service of unbound dot org's right now the young people across the world facing a tough choice. Continue the dream of education or drop out. They're at their family. Put food on the table. See how far your support could go? What I'm bound out or GE Double D B AP News I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel President, Donald Trump holding several rallies throughout Arizona today, White House communications director Elissa Farrah on America's newsroom. He's energized. He's thrilled he's doing as many as five rallies a day. You can't stop President Trump. He's excited to be with really Americans. I think he gets energy when he's in Real America not trapped in Washington, D. C. So we're feeling good. Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke this morning.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To Arizona in the past nine days following today's events. The president flies to Florida tonight. For campaign rallies tomorrow in the Southeast. White House correspondent Greg Clocks and residents of the storm pummeled Gulf Coast are bracing themselves for yet another tropical weather strike as tropical Storm Zeta took aim at southeast Louisiana. National Hurricane Center specialist Robbie Berg says Zana is expected to be a hurricane when it makes landfall in the U. S. You have working the mornings up for much of southeastern Louisiana and off the coast of Mississippi? So there could be you know very well that a weakening before reaches the coastline. We are still expecting it in maintaining hurricane strength. By the time it reaches the coastline in New Orleans. Their concerns about the low lying cities. Antiquated drainage pump system facing extreme wildfire conditions in California, Orange County Fire Authority captain Mike Critchfield. His powerful winds are spreading wildfires and hampering efforts to fight the blaze is most is fire is that the wind is the biggest problem so Mother Nature controls out, so we just try to do what we can do what controls on dictates What happens, mostly fires bang utility in Northern California cut power to nearly one million people. The L. A Dodgers are champions of the cove in baseball world after defeating Tab, a 31 win the World Series and six games. It's their first championship since 1988 more of these stories of town hall icon Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I loved. His product is fantastic from polio survivors, and I'm a microbiologist on Guy Teach Margaret Wilde in college on one of the problems with post polio syndrome, and I researcher is fatigue. I have no fatigue because of Brown's in nature. You can tell Dr Howard I'm still teaching and I may be a tool and the only reason I get up in the morning, get into a car and with one good leg, drive 40 50 morals to school and come back. 33 days a week is the course of bounce in it. Get a wide variety of all your daily recommended servings of whole fruits and vegetables.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"When teachers come and join our staffs If they've lost their position. We want to make sure that they're welcome and become a part of our family. Some teachers have said that they've only had a few days to get ready for the transition. We were concerned they may not be ready to start working with a whole new group of kids. Hurricane Zeta made landfall in Mexico on the Yucatan Peninsula is a Category one storm it's re forming in the Gulf and is expected to hit the northern Gulf Coast. There's a tropical storm watch in effect for Okaloosa County. Stay informed during hurricane season with W F l a news dot coms Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. It's 805 and NewsRadio. W F L A. There's a bright light for the sluggish job market. As more of us turned to shopping online and getting stuff delivered. Warehouse operators across the country are rushing to hire people the pack and ship those orders. While overall employment is still nearly 11 million below pre virus levels, the warehousing and storage industry employment is actually higher. And before the pandemic will get some economic insights this morning with several reports on tap first will be the September durable goods orders. Home prices from S and P and consumer confidence is measured by the Conference board are also on tap and the aisles at old Tampa Bay is on hold after city inspectors issued a stop work order developers of what was once the site of the Georgetown apartments had started clearing the property without permits. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Tampa based Di Bartolo Development and Avanti Properties Group of Winter Park say they got city approval for their plans but then neglected to secure the required permits to implement those plans from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS Card NEWS, radio W F L A Distractions. They're literally everywhere right now and its sales force. We know that for business leaders currently tackling and digital transformation well, it could be difficult to stay focused on what actually matters. Your customer, Derek Hey, that's me. Salesforce customer. 3 60.
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on KTRH
"On in Metro offers free rides free round for brides. Just let the driver know I'm getting London and the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 Hour traffic Center. Slight chance for shower to tonight. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies Low sixties cloudy tomorrow, Not his warm, slight chance of showers. Tomorrow, even a rumble of thunder Possible mid seventies rain cooler mid sixties Wednesday, Sonny and cool for the end of the week made upper sixties meteorologist Ken Bone. From the weather Channel in Conroe. It's 81 partly cloudy back in Houston, 82 degrees of H Top tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center times. Now for a one our top story, The 2020 hurricane season isn't over yet. Hurricane Zeta has formed in the Caribbean and is on track to move into the Gulf by tomorrow as a category one storm right now. Projections show it's headed straight for Louisiana, Louisiana Governor John Bell, Edwards says Hurricane Zeta is expected to make landfall Wednesday night. At this time, the hurricane expect to be primarily a wind event. Obviously, there will be higher storm surge in water levels than normal along the coast. And there will be some significant rain, Edwards says. 2 to 4 inches of rain are expected in the southeastern coast of Louisiana. Edwards says he's issued a state of emergency declaration ahead of the storm, which he says is the eighth time this year he's had to do so because of covert 19 and tropical storms. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is afraid the city's covert rate is heading back up. So he's encouraging residents to maintain covert protocols this Halloween weekend. The city is not. We're not canceling Halloween. But we are encouraging people to forego traditional trick or treating and Halloween gatherings this year in favor of safer alternatives, the mayor suggested. One way took her treating where you set out prepackaged goody bags of candy that families can pick up without having to knock on doors. More than seven million Texas Texans have voted early in the 2020 general election. That figure represents more than 42% of the registered voters. In Texas Governor Greg Abbott extended the early voting period by nearly one week because of the pandemic. Election officials expect a large number of male and balance President Trump is blitzing battleground states ahead of next week's election. Terry more reports. Campaigning in Pennsylvania..
"hurricane zeta" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Through the Supreme Court. Baird is expected to sit on the court for arguments over the Affordable Care Act next month. Lisa thanks Jarod Zeta has just become a hurricane. The earliest 27th named Storm of the Atlantic season now about 105 miles southeast of Cozumel, Mexico, by midweek, could head for the northern Gulf Coast, where Dennis Feltgen at the National Hurricane Center. Says there's hurricane fatigue. Morning Boat Coast has had the likes of Laura and Marco and Sally and Delta, another snoring. For now, Zeta is on track to hit resorts along Mexico's You Could Hand Peninsula later today in Southern California. 60,000 new wildfire evacuees as powerful winds Fan of fire south of Allah. And prompt more precautionary PG and E's. How outages America is listening. Lucky three Mobile news on the level on the go, You'll want to make sure you're in line in plenty of time on Election Day. Cloudy, rainy 49 degrees in Indianapolis. Some rob comic here's what's trending at 402. A federal appeals court ruling will make it tougher to keep Indiana polling places open past the six PM deadline on Election day judges that occasionally ordered Poles to stay open late. A law passed last year blocked those lawsuits. Unless the polling place didn't open on time. You could still go to court, but you have to show a federal constitutional violation, which attorney Greg Schweitzer says is tougher to prove requires that their government action so something happened to me was an act of God or something else. That didn't necessarily happen because Eyes of something Government official did that maybe tougher road the lower court to block to law. The appeals court says the law may make things less convenient but doesn't deny the right to vote. Erik Berman, 93 IBC Mobile, The mother Nature is supposed to put a dent into Indiana's drought conditions this week. John Herrick with that story, There.