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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I have a statewide coverings hello order we understand it among certain people anyway that's even a partisan issue well my camera which is also seen a recent rise in covert nineteen cases is considering its own mask ordinance and many doctors are asking Alabamians to do better when it comes to fighting the coronavirus that includes you A. B. infectious disease doctor Michael sag there's also a code nineteen survivor he says he believes the recent spike as a direct result of lifting St home orders and people believing that the threat is over when I'm out and about in the Birmingham area I don't see very much good to be honest with you I see people who are behaving as of this epidemic is yesterday's news I see people wanting this just to be over that we suffered enough and we're just going to get on with our lives and the problem with that is the virus isn't paying attention to that that doctor sag also believes that Memorial Day and recent protest gatherings are related to the spike that people getting together even for a good cause not wearing masks there is a risk of transmission he says the situation is similar to now to win the first shutdown began in April only this morning Jacksonville state university is making some changes to its graduation plans out of concern for everyone's health and safety all ceremonies will now be outside in JSU stadium to allow for proper social distancing the ceremonies when Albion at July thirty first and August first more schools across our area are asking parents for their feedback when it comes to sending students back to class in the fall Shelby County in Birmingham city schools they've emailed surveys to parents that he's asking questions about virtual learning and their comfort level in sending their children back to school the school systems will use those surveys as they create a return to school planned for the next year we have links to both of those surveys on the WBRC news app well the corona virus pandemic seems to be forcing another local business to shut down urban standard has been on second Avenue since two thousand seven the popular local coffee shop created a go fund me after it shut down after our back in March at the beginning of a pandemic but that didn't work out too well so Wednesday tomorrow will be the last day in business we spoke to customers about the closure and they say this news comes as a shock of.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Debris. So we will unpack the weekend. We have some some lighthearted things talk about some updates talk about some some sad things to talk about especially as you been listening. I know some parts of the audience were affected by the violent storms that came through over the weekend. And this time, sadly, it has left a trail of destruction and death. And I know a lot of those communities are trying to get back on the feet and know that you are in our prayers today late Lee county, Alabama hit very hard light yesterday overnight as well was parts of Georgia, Florida. The last report I saw over thirty six tornados at one point accounted for. But the big one in Lee county were it touchdown right now. Rick the last that I had twenty three people dead instill a lot missing in a whole bunch hurt. So that that is still in a search and rescue mode this morning. So are. Thoughts prayers with you guys. And I know that's difficult. A lot of people without power steel. But it appeared to be a massive storm about a half a mile wide track. Did it tore through? Yep. And that's that is just one of those some of the video that yesterday. There were some incredible video showing some of that. So we'll we'll span may have a more updates on exactly what they are discovering. But again, they're still in the early hours of all this, and they'll try to look at you know, everything that they can learn every time these things come through. I was looking at some of the stories anytime you're talking about weather, especially severe weather hurricanes tornadoes fill in the blank. But but anyway, they they they continue to research, and sometimes the things they think they know about them as time goes on they they start thinking. Well, maybe we're not right about that. And so all the research these things produce hopefully will help to understand a little more about him going forward it and for those you in different parts of the country. The most difficult part about where we really of is that, you know, a lot of the tornado alleys have big open plains where we of you're dealing with lots and lots of trees and heels in and it makes these these storms much more difficult and unpredictable because they almost come out of nowhere. You can't because you can't see them. Come. You. Can't you can't visually get a, you know, take on them. And you know, you really can't do nothing, but but but but try to shelter, and you hope you get enough advance warning on that. And I know they study all that every time this goes through we've been very fortunate with a lot of the larger storms the past year to that. We didn't have a lot of fatalities with it. But this one was very very deadly. Yeah. It was one of those things where you you didn't expect there to be a death toll this high, you know, destruction if you said a property work us into power lines and all that. But we've been so fortunate lately that the death tolls have been almost nothing, but not this time. You know, we we had to one I guess it's almost a year ago now that hit Jacksonville my hometown Jacksonville state university and visiting a lot of those folks yesterday, Rick it's your dad's reception. Yeah. President burglar was telling me it was still in excess of one hundred million dollars worth of damage at Jacksonville state alone. Some of the buildings have not even been destroyed yet, you know, totally knocked down to have to build over. So that's a quantum process. But amazingly in that one no deaths, right? That I recall during spring break, which was. The place. It looks completely different landscape. I was in the closet on that one Haydn. Right down the road from me. I know.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To gadston and you say that's at the gadston lobbying gadston museum museum that's the second floor gadston museum of art and we got listeners in gadston as well and you know something that you also do black and white photos four people you have a website where people can get some work done i want you to have an opportunity to talk i appreciate this is my fifty seventh year of so i started at age nine with my dad's nineteen thirty brownie camera interesting story behind the nineteen thirty brownie camera fiftieth anniversary kodak and if you turn twelve in nineteen thirty which my dad did you could go to the drugstore or a many camera shots and those film cameras were sold in drugstores you'd go there and you get a coupon and mail it in kodak they would send you this free camera with this beautiful metallic logo on it that said codex fiftieth anniversary you'd send the camera back to kodak they process your film send the process pictures and printed and reload the camera for you and so i knew my dad had that and we made a family trip from time our families in columbia missouri we went to cape girardeau missouri i said can i use that camera so the film was still available it's still available now and i shot pictures and from then on my parents all my interest in productivity so within a couple of years i had a dark room i still have a dark room so i'm basically my fifty seventh year of film and our group and it's becoming popular again dislike vinyl lp's right so much so that i teach five or six photography workshops year with the friday night lecture and then we go out shooting somewhere on saturday do them for jacksonville state university and some camera clubs and for some of the state parks and i'm actually getting requests for film and darkroom class again and i just had my first one in a number of years three weeks ago and we're going to do another one this fall and on you were doing that and one of the things i wanted people to be able to have an avenue if they wanted to reach out and have an opportunity to maybe organize a class and you might be willing to do that how would they how would they go about the best way to.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Focus dow twenty six past the hour the drummer for john james brown john starks has died at the age of seventy nine and the reason that nope certainly doesn't seem to be is no notable is james brown passing away but this guy was responsible for the beats if you will the snap listen crackup super i just to say aloud say right so if you hear the drum that drummer so pronounced whether it's is any of them pay back yet up cold sweat whoever song you're listening to the sex machine talking loud it's all the same drum beat and it was all the same drummer show me at seventy nine i think you think if i got to speculate here there may have been a little wacky weed and if you're the things going on with this group you think when they were performing jennifer you think that's a stretch i think it's that much of a stretch out this is this is funk james brown bb king a lot of the other greats that were john lee hooker holland will big mama thornton all these people that came from this area of alabama jail ding bang boom and he's done all right so that's the story of his nickname was j j bo i other music from alabama the country icons like alabama charlie daniels band playing a benefit concert for the folks who are victims of the jacksonville tornado statement by jacksonville state university says alabama has pledged to give the proceeds after expenses to school for tornado relief storm hit the campus and city in march and we didn't pay much attention to it i was the first real bad hurricane sorry tornado season alabama's added several bands to the lineup singer who not quite the the fame of chris stapleton but sort of in that same vein of rock soul pop country only time alabama performing in the state this.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"This is yellowhammer news i'm jay holland senator richard shelby republican tusk lusa will become the new chairman of the senate appropriations committee a post with great influence over more than one trillion dollars in annual spending he will replace thad cochran republican mississippi who recently retired from the senate due to his poor health shelby must still be confirmed by the full senate alabama senate president pro tem del marsh republican aniston visited the calhoun county chamber of commerce to update members on the latest legislative actions marsh disgust budgets and key pieces of legislation that were passed during the two thousand eighteen legislative session just concluded and marsh offered some insights about next year session classes officially resumed at jacksonville state university monday three weeks after an f three tornado impacted most of the buildings on campus president john bieler held a news conference and gave words of encouragement and hope bieler announced that the former kitties don't elementary school would now become the school of business and industry which was housed in merrill hall he also said construction and renovations on the campus will be completed by this year's fall semester j su students have until this thursday to make a decision about this semester facebook ceo mark zuckerberg was on capitol hill today to answer questions from the senate judiciary committee concerning the company's disclosure that personal information of more than eighty seven million people with shared without their permission on the senate floor today senator john cornyn republican taxes the senate majority whip commented on the privacy scandal these companies must back up their words with actions that better safeguard the american consumer brought to you by the attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories goto yellowhammer news dot com i'm jay holland.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland the alabama senate voted wednesday to track how often law enforcement authorities used civil actions to seize a person's property when the person has not been convicted of a crime the vote was twenty five to one in now moves to the alabama house civil asset forfeiture is the practice of law enforcement seizing property for suspected criminal activity the national weather service or nws storm surveys teams are winding down and as of today the nws has confirmed that fifteen tornadoes touched down in northern central alabama one of them was very strong storm that produced three separate tornadoes including an e f three tornado that hit the jacksonville area so hard resulting in significant damage to the campus of jacksonville state university wednesday jon dealer president of jacksonville state university updated monday's storm damage across campus bieler spoke in front of what was left of a freshman dorm logan hall as to what's ahead for j issue and said the campus will be closed until monday april second and that university officials are working on a plan to get everyone back on campus there are more than seventy buildings on campus that need to be inspected students are asked not to return to campus to retrieve personal belongings as the campus is still considered unsafe wants officials give the allclear students will be notified leaders on capitol hill are close to an agreement on a one point three trillion dollar spending bill house speaker paul ryan republican wisconsin told reporters that lawmakers are bumping up against a friday midnight government shutdown deadline and there is a recent death of an eightyearold congresswoman louise slaughter democrat new york you have a deadline we want to get up we want to get in our members also have also we have a member who passed away whose funeral is tomorrow and we want to be sensitive to that as well brought to you by attorney ella anderson ara a man for the people for more alabama stories goto yellowhammer news dot com.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland the alabama senate voted wednesday to track how often law enforcement authorities us civil actions to seize a person's property when the person has not been convicted of a crime the vote was twenty five to one it now moves to the alabama house civil asset forfeitures is the practice of law enforcement seizing property for suspected criminal activity the national weather service or nws storm surveys teams are winding down and as of today the nws has confirmed that fifteen tornadoes touched down in northern central alabama one of them was a very strong storm that produced three separate tornadoes including an e f three tornado that hit the jacksonville area so hard resulting in significant damage to the campus of jacksonville state university wednesday jon baylor president of jacksonville state university updated monday's storm damage across campus bieler spoke in front of what was left of a freshman dorm logan hall as to what's ahead for j asu and said the campus will be closed until monday april second and that university officials are working on a plan to get everyone back on campus there are more than seventy buildings on campus that need to be inspected students are asked not to return to campus to retrieve personal belongings as the campus is still considered unsafe wants officials give the allclear students will be notified leaders on capitol hill are close to an agreement on a one point three trillion dollars spending bill house speaker paul ryan republican wisconsin told reporters that lawmakers are bumping up against a friday midnight government shutdown deadline and there is a recent death of an eight year old congresswoman louise slaughter democrat new york you have a deadline we want to get up we want to get in our members also but also we have a member who passed away whose funeral is tomorrow and we want to be sensitive to that as well brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories goto yellowhammer news dot com.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The vote was twenty five to one it now moves to the alabama house civil asset forfeitures is the practice of law enforcement seizing property for suspected criminal activity the national weather service or nws storm surveys teams are winding down and as of today the nws has confirmed that fifteen tornadoes touched down in northern central alabama one of them was a very strong storm that produced three separate tornadoes including an e f three tornado that hit the jacksonville area so hard resulting in significant damage to the campus of jacksonville state university wednesday jon bieler president of jacksonville state university updated monday's storm damage across campus bieler spoke in front of what was left of a freshman dorm logan hall as to what's ahead for jay and said the campus will be closed until monday april second and that university officials are working on a plan to get everyone back on campus there are more than seventy buildings on campus that need to be inspected students are asked not to return to campus retrieve personal belongings as the campus is still considered unsafe once officials give the allclear students will be notified leaders on capitol hill are close to an agreement on a one point three trillion dollars spending bill house speaker paul ryan republican wisconsin told reporters that lawmakers are bumping up against a friday midnight government shutdown deadline and there is a recent death of an eight year old congresswoman louise slaughter democrat new york you have a deadline we wanna get up we want to get to in our members also have also we have a member who passed away whose funeral is tomorrow and we want to be sensitive to that as well brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories go yellowhammer news dot com.

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Needs go unmet 6 months after Maria hit Puerto Rico

Jay Sekulow

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Needs go unmet 6 months after Maria hit Puerto Rico

"To evacuate their homes as a major storm arise as expected a pablo an area already devastated by wildfires and mudslides in fact santa barbara county says it's expecting more rainfall in this single storm than accounting typically sees all year residents should prepare for possible flash flooding along with tumbling rock and mudslides from san luis obispo county south of los angeles we'll severe weather meantime also striking the southern us tornadoes and hailstorms causing widespread damage chris pallone takes us there says many cleanup underway in parts of alabama and georgia after powerful storms spawned tornadoes hail right there baseball sized hail across the region cars in hopes damaged destroyed near cullman alabama trees and power lines knocked to the ground is well the national weather service confirms at least three tornados touched down in the state with a college town northeast of birmingham taking the biggest hit showing for nine pm a tornado and package jacksonville virus extensive damage the campus of jacksonville state university took a direct blow brian scott took cover in his bathroom palm as soon as i put the blanket over my head comes off fifteen minutes brand new tank in there throughout the area people like rusty pool or taking stock of what's gone in what's left star over bark over in realizing that everything they spent years working for can disappear in an instant put so much effort into it you try to make it right it's a storm you just don't want to mess with being your place of safety prediction center issue to repeat es or particularly dangerous situation warning before the outbreak in people had a fifteen minute warning to take cover the good news is there's there's no known injuries or fatalities and for that we thank god the system moved east damaged dozens of homes in the atlanta suburb it's a stark reminder that in the southeast peak tornado season has arrived crisp alone hawaii news now six months since hurricane maria hit puerto rico and more than one hundred and twenty thousand people are still without power authorities say the entire island may not have power until may just before the atlantic hurricane season comes around again maria a category four storm when it hit in september caused an estimated one hundred billion dollars in damage spoke today at the reports at the federal trade commission will be investigating the social media company it's under.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"And they say hey we'll be there between eight am and two you're like wow so i'll just be sitting here all day waiting on you well this kind of like the forecast hey it's going to hit between three pm and eight your life okay so i guess three pm then we need to be home and so yesterday afternoon sure enough we did get we did get home and we started watching it and really the north i guess east part of mississippi northwest part of alabama and southern regions of tennessee were being impacted a lot is it was just kind of coming through the southeast severe weather band yeah and then all of a sudden it started popping up north of birmingham and a county called coleman county which is about halfway between birmingham and huntsville i did watch all that yeah and so then it just kept working east towards atlanta and about halfway to atlanta is is the calhoun county area where jacksonville state university is located and where my oldest son attends and we're greg burgess lives and so then you start all of a sudden seeing wait a minute this thing has spun up a tornado and it's it's got j issue i in bulls eye okay right coming right at you well you know you're watching james span and anytime james span is saying this isn't good i'm telling y'all right now this ain't good i don't like the way this looks you're like oh really well praise god tyler was sitting right beside me because he he came home yesterday afternoon there on spring break but most of the athletes are still on campus because they have scandals so jay issue baseball is they play at kennesaw state which is in the atlanta metro wednesday and then they host this coming weekend at home so all the baseball players are they still there yeah well he had come home after practice and was going to get by the way terry coaches hey or sometimes i'll saw that on instagram or twitter yeah so so she's cutting his hair and and then he was going to get some mama's cooking and head back in the morning praise god because where this tornado hit i'm saying a quarter mile i think it's less than that i mean.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixteen old jalen willie is fighting for her life tonight the fourteen year old boy who was shot in the leg he is expected to survive investigators say that they have video of the shooting and that will help them figure out exactly what happened jeff jeff gays in great mills jeff thank you on this for the first night of spring tornado watches are up in florida and along the georgia and carolina coasts alabama was hit hard yesterday with at least eight confirmed tornadoes jacksonville was hit by three with winds of one hundred and forty miles an hour and mark strassmann is there jeff this apartment complex shows you the storms power take a look from the sky the roof was sheared off it looks like a doll house with rooms and lives fully exposed upper alabama punishing winds hit hard ripping off roofs blowing transformers dropping hail the size of baseballs and leaving a swath of ruin drone video shows the path of the storm many homes completely leveled at nearby jacksonville state university residence halls and department complexes took a beating no one was killed the schools eighty five hundred students are on spring break and residents here had lots of advanced storm warning what do you think it's more devastating than i fell seventy one year old carolyn parker road out the storm praying with her ninety four year old mother they lost six trees including the one that crushed the roof of their home for the last half century we didn't know when it was going to be over tell you just shut that we are in this part of alabama the national weather service has sent five teams of investigators to assess all this destruction more teams went to georgia where punishing winds battered communities outside atlanta jeff this same storm system now potentially could menace ten million people living from jacksonville florida all the way to charleston south carolina marks rosman thanks well look at that and.

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Brother of Parkland shooter arrested for trespassing at Stoneman Douglas High

Joyce Kaufman

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Brother of Parkland shooter arrested for trespassing at Stoneman Douglas High

"Karen curtis with your news talk eight wpro news break president trump laming sick individual but the series of bombings in texas this is obviously a very very sick individual or maybe individuals he's sick people and we will get to the bottom of it federal agents were swarming a central texas fedex store earlier in connection with the multiple bombings sunset valley police say the fbi atf are investigating a package that was shipped from the business just outside austin it is not known if the package was the same one that exploded at a fedex facility earlier this morning near san antonio the sheriff in saint mary's county in maryland says the gunman in today's shooting at a school in great mills is dead two people are hurt the one male student wants to that source of mary's hospital is in stable condition the female students was transported to shock trauma facility is in critical condition sheriff tim cameron remarked that the school's resource officer took the shooter her out the brother of accused stoneman douglas high school shooter is due to appear before judge this afternoon eighteen year old zachary cruise is charged with trespassing on the campus and parkland even after he was told not to go there his brother nncholas cruises charged with killing seventeen people on valentine's day in honor of the six people killed in last thursday's pedestrian bridge collapse florida international university is holding a blood drive today at the graham center ballrooms the ball rose will also be the site of a vigil scheduled by the student government association for ten am tomorrow today's the first day of spring in like a lion out like a lamb so wicked weather hitting the south overnight alabama got rocked at least three tornadoes touching down in northern jala bama jacksonville state university was especially hard the campus took a beating the basketball arena and dorm suffering and stencil damage in georgia an offduty state trooper was killed.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland in for andrea thais severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes blasted northeast alabama monday night causing widespread damage and etto in calhoun county's county school superintendent alan cosby said that schools will be open today though some bus routes in south side and rainbow city will not run due to storm damage calhoun county schools are closed today one of the areas hardest hit during the storms for monday evening is jacksonville jacksonville state universities pete mathews coliseum sustained heavy damage according to greg sites athletic director for jacksonville state university dollar general and reserve apartments across highway two four from the coliseum were heavily damaged alabama lawmakers are headed into the final days of the two thousand eighteen session with key votes looming on proposals to allow some teachers to carry guns in school prison fund ding and other bills the final meeting days are expected to bring a flurry of work as lawmakers pushed to get bills approved before the session winds down lawmakers are expected to meet three days this week in montgomery legislative leaders anticipate ending the session on march twenty ninth president trump flew to manchester new hampshire monday to roll out a new proposal to combat the opioid crisis the president's plan calls for expanding access to drug treatment and drugs that reverse overdoses mr trump also proposed expanding mandatory minimum sentences and using the death penalty on convicted drug dealers mr trump said he also supports federal funding for antidrug ads targeting children so that kids seeing those commercials doing the right shows on television or wherever the internet when they see these commercials i i don't want any part of it brought to you.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"But hopefully hopefully it'll change spring officially arriving just afternoon today on the first day of spring tens of millions of people are bracing for the fourth nor'easter this month winter storm watches warnings and advisories are in effect from north carolina to massachusetts part of that system brought severe weather to the south overnight in alabama tornadoes tore roofs off buildings and knocked out power to fifteen thousand homes and businesses tornado near jacksonville state university in alabama pulled off roofs blew out windows and tore down walls leaving bedrooms exposed just down the road a tornado destroyed the west point baptist church steeple is now gone it's a mess it's more zone michael shell road out the storm in the neighbor's basement he emerged to find his home in shambles heartbroken but at the same time i was rejoice thank god that everybody's live so everything else can be replaced that's mark strauss reporting from jacksonville alabama even the place considered by many to be god's mailbox needs a spring cleaning rabbis and workers have been clearing notes placed in the cracks of the western wall to create space for new notes ahead of the jewish holiday of passover they do this twice a year to make sure there's always room for more notes the papers are then buried on jerusalem's mount of olives ww news times eight thirty four investigators trying to determine what led to a high speed crash on detroit's west side that killed one person this morning let's get more live local details from the scene with wwe jay's mike campbell mike dump took a long time but they did finally get the body of the victim out of.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And wcbmcom good morning the wcbs maryland news center under a senate bill passed last night maryland motorists stopped by police could carry up to an ounce of marijuana and only face civil fines but the bill would make it a crime to smoke weed while driving or riding in the passenger seat of a vehicle the maryland house of delegates votes to strengthen the general assembly's policies on sexual harassment to cover lobbyists number would allow the assembly's joint ethics committee to refer sexual harassment complaints to an independent investigator federal agents say a package bomb exploded shortly after midnight tuesday inside a fedex distribution center in schertz texas the fbi atf both say agents h agencies are on the scene and this particular package is likely linked to attacks in texas by what they believe is a serial bomber leaders of the senate intelligence committee are launching an effort to protect us elections from a repeat episode of foreign interference as the two thousand eighteen primary season gets underway republicans senate intelligence committee chairman richard burr of north carolina and the top democrat on the panel virginia's mark warner we'll preview some of the committee's recommendations today overall experts say far too little has been done to shore up malraux abilities in ten thousand us voting districts powerful storms and possible tornadoes hitting parts of alabama governor kay ivey says there has been significant damage and state for resources are being sent in to help especially in jacksonville and calhoun county at jacksonville state university in alabama the power is out trees are down and there are reports of natural gas leaks this resident lives nearby apartment building was i was in my closet for probably an hour just sitting over there just trying to call friends family my sister down the road her house got damaged so we're just trying to make sure everyone was safe but by campus police are going door on the dorm at the school checking to see if anyone is hurt i'll look.

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"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion

First Light

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion

"Signs of damage rear windows busted out side mirrors torn off and more dented hoods and shattered windshields earlier monday fault ville alabama captured video of what appeared to be a tornado one of several suspected tornadoes reported in alabama and georgia much of the damage through ala bama could be seen before the sun went down monday strong winds tearing apart the signs of many businesses in russellville and damaging a number of homes in ardmore leaving heavy damage in some spots but leaving other areas mostly unscathed toppled concrete blocks of a wall wreck downside alabama's jacksonville state university or a sign of the damage at pete mathews coliseum officials save the roof was heavily damaged possible tornadoes and otherwise strong winds struck in parts of tennessee georgia and alabama many spots crews working in the overnight hours clear trees out of major roadways we're trees down power lines many losing electric city as well correspondent andrew spencer well authorities in austin texas are trying to find the perpetrator behind the latest bomb in that city and the three explosions that preceded it here's clayton neville evan local and federal authorities say there are similarities in all four blasts austin police chief brian manley we have seen similarities in the device that exploded here and the other three devices that have exploded in austin starting on march second cheap manley says there were also alarming differences with the fourth explosion that injured two men in their twenties what we have seen now is a significant change from what appeared to be three very targeted attacks to what was an attack that would have hit an a random victim this week's explosion is believed to have been detonated by tripwire opposed to package bombs used in the first three blasts fred no now ski is the special agent in charge with atf tripwire is a victim actuated switch literally uses some kind of wire and when there's pressure put on that wire it activates are detonates the device today two people have died in four have been hurt and explosions police say the city of austin is dealing with a serial bomber but aren't sure of a motive chief manley says thirties would like to speak with the person or persons responsible we won't understand what the motive might be behind this or the reason behind this until we have an opportunity to talk to the.

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"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To the left is a good spot you can see this part of these reuss half of that house on the right side is gone you can look right into the upstairs bedroom and not getting reports shed of anybody who has been hurt and we're waiting for fulton county fire rescue to get back to us to try to find out exactly if there was anyone taken to the hospital there is one dog here this girl's been following us around just wandering this area looking for owners we're going to stay in this neighborhood would talk some people here and just trying to figure out exactly how many houses are damaged but every house i see is i've driven through here has something damage we'll check back with you here and have another live report at the top of the hour steve walk and fairburn just a moment ago also getting reports of heavier damage in harrison county over on tele pusa is getting a little bit of storm damage around smarter as well in south cobb county meanwhile kansas gibson if maybe see toting up some of the severe weather damage overnight where it was much worse than alabama overnight a reported tornado tore through this church about sixty miles east of birmingham alabama in other areas massive hail pounded homes and cars emergency shelters are now open in thousands are left without power overnight a severe weather outbreak in the south warning several reports of possible powerful tornadoes striking northern alabama a lieutenant at the sheriff's office in jacksonville alabama describing the area as a war zone the powerful winds damaging buildings on the campus of jacksonville state university the roof of this dorm now gone this massive tree ripped from the ground now leaning on the school's basketball arena and this dollar general torn apart large hail also causing severe damage the chunks of ice destroying more than two hundred cars at this nissan dealership and nearly four hundred cars at the nearby chevy dealership vehicles brought it to moments got damage damaged windshields damage to the cullman county jail debris scattered on the floor and holes are punched.

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WSB-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WSB-AM

"After a stormy night in georgia severe weather rips through metro atlanta overnight leaving behind some damage power outages some of the worst damage harrelson county west georgia where schools are canceled today south fulton county also got hit hard georgia power's reporting less than thirteen thousand outages right now let's down from about twenty six thousand emc's have never thirteen thousand out mostly in west georgia now to our west the damage is much more significant than north in alabama wsb's bill caiaccio reporting live possible tornado touched down near jacksonville state university to yeah good morning scott a student at gs describes the damage to her apartment cars in the hallway there was glass everywhere my building our entire roof what come up she huddled in a closet with nine classmates until the storm passed then like a train like a typical tornado jacksonville mayor johnny smith says they're still assessing damage or injuries we just we don't know yet we're we're trying to go shelter by structure there's damage reported to a student housing complex as well as the school's arena a roof was torn up a dollar general store near campus there are reports have hailed the size of baseballs the governor of alabama says they're sending state resources to jacksonville and calhoun county where at least one injury is reported live in the stormcenter bill caiaccio wsb got all over metro atlanta that line of storms is now well south of making a moving towards the southeast folks in southeast georgia has less of weather watches their severe thunderstorm watch around here the only active watches and warnings are far west metro atlanta a flash flood watch warning for or flash flood warning i should say for harrelson southern pauling and the northern tip of carroll county and that flash flood warning expires at five am right now fifty seven degrees in midtown atlanta with fog and light north west breeze kirk mellish says just a thirty percent chance of a.

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Tornado causes major damage in Jacksonville

WDRC

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Tornado causes major damage in Jacksonville

"News we heard just like is like a freight train just came through bus route chard cargill the facility manager the basketball arena at jacksonville state university in eastern alabama moments after a tornado ripped off part of the building's roof alabama state trooper said at town looks like a warzone apartment building was shaping i did feel that i was in my closet that woman lives near the campus jazz you to residence halls at jacksonville state university also heavily damaged but the school is on spring break so there were no students in them at the time twisters also suspected of damaging homes near alabama's border with tennessee and baseball sized hail and common alabama has left several police cars undrivable the northeast is bracing for yet another snowstorm several winter storm watches are posted up to a foot of snow forecast for parts of new jersey starting late tuesday night into wednesday it's already turned into a winter storm warning in extreme northern virginia state and texas is stepping up the search for a serial bomber adding one hundred additional officers to find whoever is leaving bombs in austin we have so many resources that are now devoted to this we are going to find this bomber and i believe we will find that bomber soon that's texas governor greg abbott's on the story with martha mccallum of the fox news.

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WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Why bbc wibc hd wind severe storms ripped through parts of alabama on jack callaghan fox news significant damage reported in east alabama from a line of severe thunderstorms and at least two suspected tornadoes homes have been damaged near the state's border with tennessee and in jacksonville alabama part of the roofs been torn off the pete mass matthews coliseum on the campus of jacksonville state university we heard it like like a freight train this came through it was so much pressure coming through and it was just a lot of noise and they blew sunk a door open on white you know the coliseum and it just blew the roof off the top of the coliseum that's row cargill who's the buildings facilities manager baseball sized hail reported in the town of cullman alabama where a car dealer says there may be a million dollars damage done to his inventory storms now moving to the east twenty nine counties in georgia now under a tornado watch texas governor greg abbott vowing they will catch the bomber soon four bombs have exploded in austin texas in the last three we weeks including one sunday night which detonated when two men crossed a trip wire lisa it marks a significant change from the other attacks which were carried out with package bombs officials say the trip wire indicates a level of sophistication not seen in the other explosions and could be an escalation but the bomber's motive is still unknown as the investigation intensifies police are asking the person or persons responsible to make contact and let them know why they're doing it they're also urging residents here to exercise a new level of caution fox's casey steagall one hundred additional officers have been added to the bombing case the embattled weinstein company has filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors in federal court monday night but the governor also says it has lined up a buyer pending court approval weinstein company has been struggling since it's co founder harvey weinstein was accused of sexual assaults fox news.

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Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say

The Savage Nation

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Pedestrian killed by self-driving Uber car in Arizona, police say

"Costumes still on edge on jack callaghan fox news the state of texas stepping up the search for suspected serial bomber adding one hundred additional officers divine whomever is leaving bombs in austin we have so many resources that are now devoted to this we are going to find this bomber and i believe we will find the bomber governor greg abbott says the additional manpower is on top of the local police and federal agents already on the case investigators say the similarities in the four devices that have exploded in the last three weeks the most recent bomb sunday used a trip wire thought to be more sophisticated than the three previous package bombs to people have been killed four others injured the brother of admitted florida school shooter nncholas cruise has been arrested on the campus of stoneman douglas high school eighteen year old zachary crews charged with trespassing the broward county sheriff's office says the younger crews got past locked doors and security gates saying he merely wanted to reflect on the shooting lubar has suspended all tests of it self driving cars after one of them struck and killed a pedestrian in the phoenix suburb of tempe arizona vehicle vehicles traveling northbound and the pedestrian was outside of a crosswalk so it was mid block and as soon as she walked into the lane of traffic she was struck by the by vehicle police sergeant ronald elcock says the car was doing about forty miles an hour at the time there was an uber backup driver behind the wheel but he was not actually controlling the car severe storms leaving a path of damage across the southeast on monday night in limestone county alabama near the tennessee border roofs have been ripped off some homes and some out buildings have been torn from their foundations the ethnic director jacksonville state university in east central alabama tweeting there is significant damage to the campus alabama state troopers say the city of jacksonville looks like a war zone of northern central georgia remaining under a tornado watch for the next four hours fox news fair and balanced.

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WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jacksonville state university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Six pm wibc alana ed on jack callaghan fox news the state of texas stepping up the search for suspected serial bomber adding one hundred additional officers defined whomever is leaving bombs in austin we have so many resources that are now devoted to this we are going to find this bomber and i believe we will find the bomber set index's governor greg abbott says the additional manpower is on top of the local police and federal agents already on the case investigators say they see similarities in the four devices that have exploded in the last three weeks the most recent bomb sunday used a trip wire thought to be more sophisticated than the three previous package bombs to people have been killed for others injured the brother of admitted florida's school shooter nncholas cruise has been arrested on the campus of stoneman douglas high school eighteen year old zachary crews charged with trespassing the broward county sheriff's office says the younger crews got past locked doors and security gates saying he merely wanted to reflect on the shooting lubar has suspended all tests of its self driving cars after one of them struck and killed a pedestrian in the phoenix suburb of tempe arizona vehicle was traveling northbound and the pedestrian was outside of a crosswalk so it was mid block and as soon as she walked into the lane of traffic she was struck by the by the vehicle police sergeant ronald elcock says the car was doing about forty miles an hour at the time there was an uber becca driver behind the wheel but he was not actually controlling the car severe storms leaving a path of damage across the southeast on monday night in limestone county alabama near the tennessee border roofs have been ripped off some homes and some out buildings have been torn from their foundations the clinic director at jacksonville state university in east central alabama tweeting there is significant damage to the campus alabama state troopers say the city of jacksonville looks like a war zone much of northern central georgia remaining under a tornado watch for the next four hours fox news fair balance.

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