21 Burst results for "Jefferson Parish"
Three dead, two injured in Louisiana gun store shooting
"Hurt after a shooting in Metarie, Louisiana. Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputies responded to the Jefferson gun outlet around 3 P.m.. Sheriff Jola Pento gives an update on the situation. We have a total of three deceased, including the two that were inside out here on the scene itself. We have a two additional that were hit by gunfire and were transported to university hospital. I'm told they're in stable condition at this point in time, the incident began with the disagreement inside the store, leading the suspect to shoot two people. Others inside the gun store began to engage in a shoot out before the suspect was struck. Two of the victims and the suspect were pronounced dead at the scene. At least one person is
Three dead, two injured in Louisiana gun store shooting
"Three people are dead and two are hurt. After a shooting in Metarie, Louisiana, Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputies responded to the Jefferson gun outlet around 3 P.m.. The incident began with a disagreement inside the store, leading the suspect to shoot two people. Others inside the gun store began to engage in a shootout before the suspect was struck. Two of the victims and the suspect were
"jefferson parish" Discussed on KCRW
"This is Mona. Hello. Hello. Hi, Mona. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm good. Thank you so much for making time for us. I know this is a really busy day in your hospital, and I believe that you have just ended a very long shift in your hospital. I wish it ended 80. No. Where is it All I will take any break. Well, thank you for spending your break with us. Just so people understand how you fit into this? Historic day. Tell me about the hospital where you work and tell us what you do there. Okay, so I'm an impatient pharmacist here at Asher Main campus. Osterman campus is in real interest in Jefferson Parish offers very big in the city, but main campus is definitely the hub of it all. Got it. So you're a vital part of the New Orleans medical system. This hospital way. Yeah, we're huge, were one of the biggest hospitals in this whole area. I'm pretty sure we gave the first vaccine the state today. That's why we wanted to talk to you because you are actually involved in administering the vaccine on this on this first day. I mean, and from what I can tell You're involved in literally injecting the vaccine into the people you work with in the hospital from the pharmacy division of the hospital, and so you were literally giving people Protection from the virus, which is a pretty extraordinary role to play. Yeah, I actually agree. We definitely feeling the whole. This is like the first proactive step towards, you know, just battling this whole thing, usually proactive. In other words, everything else you have done has been Kind of one step behind the virus trying to catch up with it and stop. But you're saying this is the first time you can actually do something to get ahead of it. 100% you know, a lot of people feel the vaccines gonna cure it all fixed it all This is just one step towards The bigger picture. We're definitely still practicing, wearing masks, social distancing. It's going to take a while, but I think this is a step in the right direction. It's been a long road. It's been long, nine months. But yeah, we're so ecstatic. Well, let me just ask you about that Long road for a moment. I want to get to what it was like toe actually administer this vaccine, But I'm curious what the pandemic has been like for. You up to this point, New Orleans was hit pretty early, and it was hit really hard. We've done a couple of episodes about the pandemic in your city. So just give me a sense of what it has been like from your perspective up until now. You know, I re Norland is a big city. I think it was Not in our favor. Definitely. After Mardi Gras was going this kind of heightened in, you know, they said that that's where ah lot of it could have transferred the Port City Tourist city so We've definitely got hit pretty hard. Um, so we have come to work everything day and especially like you know, in the beginning, no matter how people feel about it now, in the beginning, Honestly, I think we were all terrified. And it was really like every day I'm going into a hospital full of stations Now we were literally walking towards the fire every single day day. Now it's just having two elderly parents. It was a lot, you know, go home and being terrified of. Maybe I'm gonna bring it home to them. You know what I mean? Mm hmm. So it's been a little exhausting. That's why this is definitely such an amazing day for all of us were just so excited to be here, so finally have something you know, substantial that we can offer. Community. Hmm. So tell me about this day Monday, Vaccine day when it all starts to happen. I mean, tell me about when you arrived at the hospital and what the scene was and what you did. Yeah, I mean, right When I arrived, it was actually funny of the vaccine was, you know they delivered it at the dock, and that's when we start. It was go time. So we were ready to go. You know, with the syringes and the cleaning of the band AIDS and we headed towards the area that we were administering. And, um, it was kind of just another day with a lot of cameras. Could you tell me about your first patient? Your first vaccination? I'm sure it My first vaccination was a female. She was one of the nurses here, dash nurture, and course I always ask the patient first question. Which arm would you prefer it in? So I drew up one Does you know, of course, clean the area and then just Go ahead and pick him How many people wanted you did you've accident today I wish I counted. I lost count and pout of I want to say that 20 to 30 but Matter, 60 for now, And then after this, call him ahead right back there till tonight. Did you get the vaccine today? I did not show as a pharmacist. I'm not in direct care with the positive patient, so I'll be in the second round. And so I am ready and waiting. If I could give it to myself, I would, but I will wait to tell the next face. I'm curious when the day is over, and you do have timeto pause. And when I think about what it meant, what do you think that this day and what you did today? Woman to you? I mean, just as.
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,
"jefferson parish" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Weather Channel in San Antonio's official Weather station is ready in 1200 W Away. I under sunny skies. It's no 64 degrees, and it's one o'clock at news radio 1200 W away. I The blame game over the lack of a stimulus package continues. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump and Republicans We're not doing enough to help protect the lives of the American people. White House economic adviser Larry Carlos administration believes Pelosi won't compromise on issues that are critical to getting another bill passed President Trump's cheering the jump in the GDP gross domestic product. Tweeting. It's the biggest and best in the history of our country at the U. S recovery grew in a 33.1% annualized rate last quarter over the economy remains below pre pandemic levels, and the president predicting next year will be fantastic and noted he's so glad this great GDP number came out before November. 3rd. Florida is the center of the political universe. Today, both the president and Joe Biden will campaign in the Sunshine State will even be in the same city as the President Binder holding events in Tampa. More proof that Democrats have made Texas a priority in their bid to expand the majority. According to the Cook Political report, a nonpartisan outlet that analyzes and predict selections for congressional seats are rated as either lean democratic or toss up, including three open seats with two additional rated lean Republican that the party has its eyes on on Wednesday. Cook also shifted Texas from lean Republican to toss up in the presidential race with 38 electoral votes. The state hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1976. While no presidential candidate plans to visit the state. Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris will be in Houston Fort Worth. Alan on Friday. Charity McCurdy NEWS Radio 1200 W Away. I know one person is dead in an apartment fire on the Northeast side. The flames erupted around nine this morning. They're star Crest and 4 10. Fire Department spokesman Joe Arrington says the victim was in her sixties victim was removed from the fire. They tried extensive lifesaving efforts. She was cardiac arrest. Well that burns All of the entire body. No word yet on how that fire started at the head of Homeland Security is celebrating the completion of a 400 mile of border wall in South Texas. Chad Wolf says the fencing is a big deal. Today. We can confidently say that our border is more secure now than at any time in our history in the Rio Grande Valley sector, he says The smugglers are changing their tactics because of the wall, and there's been a 26% decrease in drug seizures. The governor of Louisiana is flying over the southeast part of the state today to get a view of the destruction caused by Hurricane Zeta. That storm roared ashore last night as a Category two hurricane and governor John Bell Edwards is the big issue is the power outages caused by the wind 6% Without electricity is about to Paris more than 80% of Jefferson Parish. There is one death linked to the storm of New Orleans men was shocked by a downed power.
Khan Academy: Sal Khan
"Most of the products and services we've talked about on the show have been innovative or disruptive in some way. But some of them and you've heard me say this before have fundamentally changed the way we live I mean lift AIRBNB starbucks. Shop Affi-. wayfair. These brands have transformed the way that many of us shop and travel and work. But every now, and then a founder comes along that seems to want to do something even more ambitious, even more transformative like remember. Pat. Brown, he founded impossible foods to create meet out of plants meet. So meet like that even the most die-hard carnivores would want to eat it. Pat Wants to put a stop to meet production period because of the damage, it's doing to the planet and essentially and I don't think I'm overstating this. He set out from day one to change the world. But still. Pat Brown stands to make a lot of money from his company same with most of the founders who've been on this show and I don't think any of them are motivated primarily to make money but it is part of the story they make a product or offer service, sell it to you and me, and they also get rich perfectly fine. But what about someone who makes a product or offers a service that is equally transformational maybe even more so but makes it one hundred percent free To do that, you have to make personal sacrifices starting by earning a lot less money. which is just part of what makes Sal Khan. So incredibly remarkable. Over the past twelve years, he's built Khan Academy into a powerhouse, a massive online learning platform that offers free tutorials to anyone anywhere. And from the very beginning South sided, his academy would be a nonprofit that it should never be tempted to compromise on its values. But before he launched Khan, Academy Sal didn't anticipate any of this. He was just trying to help a younger cousin with her sixth grade math lessons at the time he was working for a hedge fund. But from those early days of doing one on one to toils sal gradually built a platform that offers hundreds of classes in dozens of languages. Nearly thirty million people use Khan Academy. Every month to learn math science arts even sat prep all four free and Khan. Academy has inspired the launch of many other online learning platforms, but many of them are for profit operations that charge money. But we'll get to all that moment first. Let's back up just a little bit sal Khan grew up in metairie Louisiana his mom was from India and his dad was from Bangladesh and the marriage ended when sal was pretty young. My parents. Had issues and so they separated when I was probably about eighteen months old two years old and then I had really never seen my father and I saw once four an evening when I was thirteen and then he passed away the next year so it was really might. mother who raised us as as a single mother. While was there a community of South Asian families in imagery? Growing up. Yeah my you know when my parents separated. We actually live with my young at the time they were in their twenty s, and so they all were kind of like father figures and almost like older siblings to to me as well and and a lot of ways they were not your stereotypical you know. Just come to the US study. Get a job save money kind of prudent immigrant story they were. They were much more embracing of New Orleans. Culture. And I would say they're the most new ORLEAN South Asians. You will ever find it in your life. I had a very colorful childhood. You know late night parties, people, singing, and dancing. For me it felt like a I remember my third birthday that my uncles got a belly dancer. I still remember Habiba you know So it was definitely a different type of childhood, but it was a in some ways a really rich one. So what did your mom do for a living? The first job that I remember her having she she was the person who takes the change out of the vending machine at the at the local hospital actually the hospital where I was born and she took me to work a couple of times 'cause she didn't have childcare and I thought at the time I remember watching her do that. I think it was like the coolest job on earth because you have the key that you can open up the vending machine and like quarters just pour out of it. So she did that for a little bit and then essentially was a cashier at a series of convenience stores is kind of doing you know one minimum wage job after another and then I was in high school she had remarried her my Stepdad at the time were able to. Kind of cobble together to get a a small convenience store in. Your book you write. Louisiana was as close to South Asia as the United States could get. It's spicy food. Giant cockroaches in the corrupt government which is both funny but somewhat true true. I guess right I mean. You grew up at a time when. Like David Duke was the. The representative in steel her. The part of Mary where we had our store, it was called seminole convenience store on Seminole Avenue, and it's called a parliamentary called on that was kind of the heart of David Dukes base. So to speak I remember in a right outside of our our store across the street was the largest David Duke for president signing I've ever seen and so it was A. You know the the folks who lived in the neighborhood who were frankly know Super David Duke supporters in some ways it was lucky. This is pre nine eleven They didn't really know what to make of my family at at the time We've had a few conversations I remember with people the store where they they openly told us that they were trying to decide whether we were white or the N. word to you know we were confusing them but you know growing up I was the only Brown kid in in the classroom. But I never felt in school at all like folks were in any way biased or racist against me. If anything I have to give the the school system to Jefferson parish school system, a lot of credit you know I think a lot of what I am today is because they gave me opportunities there were teachers that believed in me. I had a really good friend circle So so I have no. You, know I I don't feel like it was a a tough childhood.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is it in New Orleans? Are they going to catch any residual at this point or is is the danger over for the most part? Yeah, I think if they get anything, it might be some rain. It's not getting anything close to what Lay Charles or portion of these other communities that yesterday when the storm came through, But I think they're satisfied. There you are. They are lending support from the from the Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parish standing help over to places where they did Receive a hard last night had a neighbor helping neighbor. They reciprocate when your legs get trouble in here is Doorly helping up the other day. I heard some words yesterday in news coverage of this hurricane that I had never heard before. People were using the word in term Unsurvivable. I mentioned that because there were a number of people who decided to ride out the storm. For whatever reasons, not passing judgment. Does this possibly create a situation where if they decided to ride it out and ended up successfully this unsurvivable storm that will it will encourage people to write it out in future. Situations may be to their detriment. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I think you're right. I mean, it's a little boy who cried Wolf. Once the term was reporters talking about our ideology. It was the National Hurricane Center called Storm Surge or the potential storm surge Unsurvivable and you know it. Dance reason. 20 ft wave of water is coming On short. You have a beach house that it's only one storey. Even two story it. Chances are it's gonna get washed away and you with it, so It was about reasonable words used, given the expectation that the storm surge was pretty dramatic did not extend 30 or 40 miles inland, but I think they're still trying to do search and rescue they're can't repair is to make sure that nobody is the lost or, you know,.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Power the opportunity to save lives if you will simply minimize the contract that you have with other people and I know it's hard it's real simple on the one hand it is hard on the others not how we're accustomed to living but those are the facts I also want to point out that we are seeing a troubling sign in northwest Louisiana we typically look at our state and we look down in the New Orleans and Jefferson parish area New Orleans I think is almost a thousand cases on nine hundred and ninety seven cases right next door in Jefferson parish four hundred fifty eight he said well that's the hot spot just a few days ago there were only a handful of cases in Shreveport Caddo parish and and Bowsher and you can look up here now we have a hundred and fifteen cases and thirty two well think back it wasn't wasn't that long ago those are the kind of numbers we were saying at a New Orleans and Jefferson parish so so again this illustrates the point this is a statewide problem and nobody should be thinking that that they are not at risk and that this doesn't involve them so to my fellow Louisianans if you find this briefing startling unsettling if you think that it is a situation that I'm describing that you want to avoid understand we cannot always it is entirely within our power to avoid but we've got to have more complaints about the way I want to thank all of the individuals the leaders of the political leaders business leaders with faith leaders who were doing so much to promote compliance and those individuals out there who are compliant but we're not doing as well as we should not when we know what is coming down the road in the not too distant future if we don't do better so I am urging everyone to do what you can and be selfless real good neighbor think about that health care workers who's already performed heroically but why would you want to increase their workload increased the people with whom they're gonna have to be exposed why would you want to take the chance of bringing home so while we left a central business is open so that people can go to the grocery store to the pharmacy into the bank into the gas station you don't have to go every day you don't have to do those things every day.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Poco dot com code F, T L, we've been talking about the El Chapo trial. Just some highlights here from a fairly brief article, which is. You know, honestly, it's way too brief it's probably not the best piece about it from the AFP focusing on a lot of the money. The the markup ten times you buy a kilo of cocaine for three thousand dollars, and then flip it Biden in Columbia, and then flip it in New York for thirty five thousand dollars per kilo. So you're welcome to comment on that. If you want we also ended up talking about being an informant and snitching and rich you were saying that you kind of agreed with me where if you witnessed somebody commit a violent act rape or murder or something like that that that to me. I don't consider that to be snitching at all that you're you're actually working to put away somebody who is a harm to implies. You're not minding your own business snitching where in my opinion when niching on somebody who's doing someone who's doing something that's not harmful to others, meaning selling drugs or something else. Like that affirm an cap point of view, I would say that's the same for Marco capitalist. Yeah. From an inert capitalist point of view. I would say that that's probably true. But generally, I mean gangsters don't expect the little old lady next store not to call the police if she's in danger, but the and there are times that they do use the police against against each other. But it's definitely not it's considered dirty pool. In in. You're talking about gang gang. Yeah. Gang versus gang murder is part of the game. That's part of the ethic, and it's part of the snitching inhibitio. Plus if you bring in the police as a gang member, then they're likely going to bring you up on charges anyway for something. So it's against your interest period to involve the police on that perspective jet, generally true, but against your your your interests, but also on ethical biter by that. Also don't know if I'm going to adopt gang ethics anymore that I'm going to adopt. He's only talking about he's talking about your only a snitch when it's murder if you're doing it from within a gang if you are one gang member snitching on another gang member. You're you're supposed to settle it outside of the I can understand the argument there is okay. Well, if we're in the business of killing each other, and we're not gonna call the cops because we're killing each other breaks logical idea. Let's go to Matthew. He's in Louisiana, Matthew. You're listening online via the tune in app. Go ahead. Yeah. So it's interesting. I Richard bring that up because we have a sheriff down era. Melanie may remember area about him calls, Harry. We. And he was considered by many people. To be one of the most successful sheriffs in Jefferson parish for he kept the b. Here's always been his rumor of some kind of corruption. And I think I know what it was. 'cause I didn't hanging around with basically kind of not really a Torius. But. Middle-level drug distribution. I worked for the guy in his restaurant. Restaurants. And. He basically had a stable of drug dealers from the street dealers Tuesday. The sheriff had a stable of the guy you worked with the show. Okay. The guy I worked with worked for was one of the guys into stable and the idea was yeah. Y'all can plot to your keep it under control. Don't do any of the violence over territory stuff. You see somebody coming into your character? Call me all have. And he did guess what? Jefferson parish had an amazingly low crime rate. Do you recall this story, I wasn't in the area when he was in office that was probably a little bit too young for him. I believe that. Where this all go, Matthew. Well, he died in office. Yeah. The guy who replaced him at idea what was going on. So he just start busting drug dealers left and right or your respective of how dangerous they actually were. And we wound up, you know, we're still better off in Orleans parish. But that's not saying much. So. Get rid of one drug dealer. Another one. It place. Other people replaced El Chapo, make El Chapo, look like a candidate for the Nobel peace prize. Really what have you heard about them? Oh, well, they do saying like, you know, all leave them front of newspaper offices or tried to take over a town called new slow radio. This is from Breitbart news may assaulted the. An American Council it with a brigade. Wow. Oh, supposedly automatic weapons. I don't know if they use semiautomatic weapons and just over trigger real fast. But. I'm questioning that because Gundy legal in Mexico unless you buy them from the state of group gun store. So. Yeah..
"jefferson parish" Discussed on KOMO
"Are next komo traffic at nine thirty four forecasting some clouds today possible showers as well sunshine is also possible this afternoon with a high near seventy tomorrow and thursday sunny days with a high near eighty mostly sunny and seventy five for friday that should continue right on through the weekend downtown seattle right now we've got sixty and clouds over to eastern washington in yakima currently sunshine and seventy one on the coast hoquiam clouds at sixty one and it's fifty nine and cloudy at boeing field news time nine twenty six americans appear to be reading more this year two may have something to do with the president abc's scott goldberg sales of books in print rose four percent in the first half of this year compared to last and sales of books overall or up to percents according to the market research firm npd book scan two of the top selling books are higher loyalty by former fbi director james comey and fire and fury by michael wolff both wrote about president trump he is like a child zoom wolf described like this to nbc's today show it's all about him the president called wolf mentally deranged wolves publisher says that book sold more than two million copies scott goldberg abc news at area outside of new orleans opened a hotline for obnoxious odors abc sherry preston david battiste is a musician in jefferson parish louisiana but his music sounds a lot better than his parish smells these days the problem is the local landfill earlier this month jefferson parish chief operation officer keith conley acknowledged that liquid waste could be contributing to the odor issue prompting an advisory to the local contractor to stop taking it in the landfill dates back to the nineteen seventies this time they've set up the hotline for obnoxious odors with the local paper advertising if you smell it tell it sherry preston abc news komo.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Why previously also play guilty jefferson parish to tend to death of goods december four of nineteen ninety eight guests the race of was her name cindy white cindy why is why 'cause i if this is a nigga anybody brown is gonna be shot this white woman let time the hind white was confused by the seasons white the first fools these apartment is like you into qualify ma'am couldn't even do basic task like putting mortarstyle pepper on things why another scamming white women white becky better better call begging scamming ask why does our cousin white put your teeth both to white you are fortunate resume news he could get further you've got white privilege dan should nicos resume nico who was qualified was right it was right white moving movie stars at least there are already in the worst wife she couldn't have stolen the black brown woman resume got six weeks salary without a background check so hawaii come out and white cindy lou who white who whitey and now she's going to write the book watch me while he's resumes out there round of enhanced review but cinderella snow white walls like a disney presence and lands every geek and coa raise a month at the job at getting it miss the white is white her name's there's an all white sweet jesus vanilla ice cream white bode as black woman as says somebody white go straight to jail do not pass go white the correct answer is mostly i'll say white one person says black woman one for eight.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Reading my t tag the truth about guns blog and i saw that your neighbor i believe there to the north or east of y'all in vermont are friendly neighbors left of us but anyway you can go well they decided to ban this plastic known as thirty round magazines for guns and bump stocks and restricting the purchase of firearms anyone who is the twenty one and older now is something that passed the senate already there because i heard the state house voted for it but i didn't know if it went all the way back to the senate and said he would sign it yikes that's to the small government republican governor of vermont well i mean bits of plastic oh she's compete yeah down here just recently voted in the local shoguns of jefferson parish race and we had a choice between two guys who have a concept of liberty that is shall we say distant at best so i had to pick the least evil of these two and i laid my decision on one guy could handle the idea of constitutional carry and the other guy became a second amendment motorboat i believe in the second amendment yeah it's sad news especially considering vermont has historically been one of the more gun friendly places it you don't even have a gun permit there in vermont surprised this doesn't create one of them given how restrictive legislation is but you know this is yet another reason why liberty minded people in vermont and other states need to get their butts over to new hampshire and help shore up the freedom group that we have here yes the activists they need to get their bus but not the second amendment but but thanks for bringing that up here tonight no i'm gonna call back tomorrow night but i'm just looking at flight liberties under fullscale assault and i'm not hearing anything about it i have no idea what's going on in baton rouge white now except our governor can't seem to find you know enough money to squeeze out of tax payers do you have if you want to find out what's going on we've got the best network of libertarians anywhere daryl perry's up in the state house every week he is darryl that sitting across from me yes he is the.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Mm hmm mm hmm the rent is to come up ainley it is a squabble over rent money turned deadly sunday night emma rarer when one roommate fatally shot the other one according to jefferson parish uh sheriff uh officers uh paul half fifty four was booked with seconddegree murder said interim share joseph low pinto half is accused of the death of his roommate roger mcmorris thirty nine two deputies were dispatched to the residence around seven thirty four pm uh they arrive to five ignores dead is that uh mcmorris have been shot multiple times in the torso uh investigators learned two men obey argun over the payment of rent at some point kevin mcgee a neighbor who said he live next door uh for three years say the shooting stayed out of character he's a cool calm collected dude it's very shocking mcgee said case still under investigation a half is being held on five hundred thousand dollars bond uh right now care guest the race of mr uh focuses that call us hot nato and why it okay go away what about to jail yes he's white all right let's check the chat rooms the you a day last name middlebrow people name hoffa be surprised did you ask them together i scare a ego might also does added a book i yeah i think it's three above better murdered than homeless white might for michigan white light white whip paul can rob peter to pay got to kill somebody white all white everybody's gonna wide on this one all right uh w it why t saul the talented mister ripley the documentary white man i hated emily the fucking matt damon was active in boy he was active with what a born fucking movie uh anyway the correct answer is he's why all of you got it right they didn't everyone go right yeah good job everybody.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The people from transylvania you know the vampires they're out there what about all the vampire live we need to see the 23 in me tests on all these corn 23 me test all the jobs i wanna know who they they are but i'm thinking of the vampires from transylvania these are view they have their pale white skin how do they feel with coach ocular mm bill i'm telling you meantime we go from that to here's the teenager this is the teenager here's a kid driving down the road the tractor teenager dravid attract your round the city much author a good start likely it was police stopped him and he was violating the law wasn't supposed to be driving that tractor round of the street they said what are you doing son he said i'm looking for girls see i thought that this could have been like an inflow fluential moment for coming from this song but when he said he was eighteen at the little for that well i don't know i mean how's the guide singing the song probably 32 you should know better now works listen i'm just telling you you get you get out to affirm country getting agled those girls see those guys driving those big john deers and they think they're pretty darn cool they do hasn't really forty nine forty nine forget thirty two used to be thirty two seventeen year he was once upon a time you're right chucky cheese what would it other sheki cheese day be without a checky cheese day fight kayla louisiana dozen of adults and children pepper spray during a fight pepper sprayed while fight okay this this fight was 5 o'clock in the evening i had like some mace of my cheese pizza thank you officials at the jefferson parish sheriff's officers someone shot pepper spray the air forcing several children and their parents to flee here's what i deal create a little mayhem fire off a little pepper spray their two children were hit with pepper spray coexist now a fight breaks out fight breaks out two children hit with pepper sprayed you're the fight fifty people involved in this one fifty people no one has an idea no one has any idea how this started it always start to say wait a beer fits the pit there if they give filled.
"jefferson parish" Discussed on World News This Week
"When world news this week continue you're on tape call on the summer is this is a place where people leave their doors open i don't know what happened to kill him on the there hadn't been a murder insurer for thirty years it was everyone's worst nightmare gallison leaving every one of the story i couldn't imagine who could have six heartpounding podcasts followed evidence that listen and don't misdeeds most twohour documentary television event friday night november 24 bbc is the right man he was a blues musician from new orleans who inspired the likes of elvis presley fats domino passed away this week here's abc's aaron katersky you made me cry is was one of the signature voices from the early days of rock and roll guts domino inspired elvis and the beatles and fund domino junior was born in new orleans and 1928 the jefferson parish coroner said he died on tuesday fats domino sold more than one hundred ten million records and his music became rock and roll standard at domino's was eighty nine aaron katersky abc news.
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"And shot his girlfriend and then himself arizona republican senator john mccain says he started to get some answers about what happened recently in nizhny air for us soldiers were killed when they were ambushed by a terrorist group affiliated with isis founded and that we will not hitting sufficient amount of information and we are clearing a lot of that up now mccain summoned defense secretary james mattis to his office yesterday and said there is still much to be learned about the tragedy the social media post full of accusations may land to california students in court a man who says he was defamed on facebook by a fellow college student has filed a lawsuit is alleging a woman in los angeles has falsely accused him of raping her according to the complaint both attend westmont college near santa barbara the seat states that on thursday the woman wrote on the social media site that almost two years ago she was raped she posted the plaintiffs full name court papers are claiming her allegations are false the plaintiff says he has suffered a loss of his reputation and felt shame because of the posting julie slater kfi news cops in louisiana have found the body of a man who was killed during an explosion on lake pontchartrain jefferson parish of joe the patino says officers found the body of forty four year old timothy morrison yesterday afternoon our helicopter spotted miss the morrison approximately three miles west of the javelin power st charles powers lawn our votes coordinated with the saintcharles parachute office and coroner's office the jefferson parish coroner's office the jefferson parish far department and the kenner police department morrison was killed during an explosion on an oil and gas platform out on the lake way uh last sunday night seven people on the platform were hurt three people have been ordered to stand trial for an apartment fire that killed ten people seven of them children a judge in la yesterday said the three people pleaded not guilty to murder charges from the fire 24 years ago authorities say the trio said a mattress on fire in a four unit apartment building in west like because the.
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"For the news though sponsored by cars for kids here's the caught an oil rig on lake pontchartrain in louisiana exploded last night sitting seven people to the hospital five of them remained in critical condition this morning with what hospital officials describe as blast type injuries and burn ends two others are in stable condition one person is unaccounted for that has prompted search and rescue efforts that jefferson parish sheriff says the person they believe dismissing was supposed to be working on that platform when it exploded he has not been found and they're using rescue boats from the kenner boat lodge jefferson parish sheriff's deputies or assist thing in that search platform was still burning as of late last night during a press conference it is also unclear but likely oil is spilling into lake pontchartrain that's according to cheat dade tibbets of the east bay consolidated fire department he said officials are trying to find a foul that could shut off what they believe is oil leaking into the lake and this thursday's deadline for state and local officials across the country including chicago but they're putting final touches on their city bids for amazon's five billion dollars seki the headquarters and its promise of fifty thousand jobs chicago's one of dozens if not hundreds of cities that have been gathering data offering incentives grafting it pitcher on a tight sixweek deadline all the bid on a project that only one city will win amazon sparked an unprecedented nationwide scramble on september seven when it stated publicly that it was seeking a home for a second north american headquarters now wgn traffic here's mary van de velde couple of accidents to watch for a for a staff and dairy and seventy fifth and cassinello soon elle girl village of bus in ochten still plenty of areas remained flooded from other rain saturday glenallen 53 between butterfield and.
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"You're an amazon echo user just say play wgn radio on tune in four o'clock of gets the newsroom advic fought thanks nick it's partly cloudy and forty five at o'hare heavy rainfall over the weekend caused the chicago river the rise had flooded out sections of the river walked downtown chicago police taped off entryways between franklin street in lake michigan firefighters rescued nearly a dozen people from flooded areas of north suburban lake forest sunday most were stranded in their cars on route forty one near dear path road on washington circle search and rescue efforts continue this morning after an oil oil rig explosion late last night in lake pontchartrain near kenner louisiana it's resident lives nearby jefferson parish describing what he saw lured to sit in my house the hot our house shook thanks fellow tables sound like a bombed robbing basically and just the whole house lit up seven people were hospitalized five remain in critical condition again one person remains missing two men who escaped from us missouri prison early sunday morning are considered armed and dangerous here's abc's jokes iverson at the county jail and carithers ville missouri day called through a air and gained access to a to a room were they were able to knock the loose on a door they being william carter and joseph fled among deers has police chief tony jones most suspect pasture beyer earl water to florida seen on security camera video men they crossed over that larry to the mississippi river carter accused of killing two people by running them over chuck steve abc news army surgeon bo bergvall is due in the military courtroom at fort bragg north carolina today he's expected to plead guilty to charges related to his capture by the taliban at two thousand nine here's abc's jim ryan the maximum sentence for misbehavior before the enemies life in prison but goldberg dole his attorney might be hoping for leniency from the judge army colonel jeffrey nance by skipping the court martial at entering a guilty plea bergvall has admitted that he left his post in afghanistan in two thousand nine before he was captured and held by taliban ally fighters he was released five years later in a controversial prisoner swap he's been on desk duty at a texas army post since then jim ryan abc news dallas setback locally illinois state treasurer michael ferex says he hopes of veto override will restore a bill requiring insurance companies to turn over unpaid death benefits speaking on.
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"Gordon other uh other boats out there sheriff joe low pinto with jefferson parish accrue had been doing maintenance on the platform and lake pontchartrain when the explosion occurred officials with the city of kenner speculate that claiming chemicals may have sparked that blast california firefighter say they're making progress getting control of us series of deadly wildfires some one hundred miles wide now brett gavia is incident commander in cinema county you'd never noise moore blocked overs and all the county and we have fire behaviour like this they're not going down easy what we are getting him and we've got a lot better about that the fires have killed at least forty people poland destroyed nearly six thousand homes and businesses source firefighters on the front lines during a great job offering bit containment numbers after this fire swept through this community decimating everything in their path as you go along a home by home we keep seeing the chimneys here almost like single pillar stretching up towards the heavens we've seen that in every block that we go to air is still hundreds of people still missing it was such a chaotic confusing time when the fires raced through here a shortage trying to find out if people simply went with family members or friends at haven't been in contact or if there could be more victims fox's will car in santa rosa fire officials lifted vacuum asian orders for residents within the napa cities limits but their warning people to stay alert at least seventy five thousand people can still are still cannot go home fox news.
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"Brain injured seven men five of them critically one man still unaccounted for in a blast that could be heard miles away we are dealing with subcontractors and we're trying to brain injured seven men five of them critically one man is still unaccounted for in the blast that could be heard miles away we're dealing with subcontractors were trying to get names of everybody to make sure we are treating it as we have one accounted for on a unaccounted for and treating as a search and rescue at this point sheriff sheriff joe low pinto of jefferson parish and the khostgardez searching for the missing man a crew was doing maintenance on the platform went something exploded setting the platform on fire explosion may have also sent oil spilling into the lake no word on what caused the explosion in california hundreds of people are still unaccounted for one week after wildfire started burning in the northern part of the state the search for victims continues through communities that had been destroyed garage doors crossed cars that have been chard and we're not talking about a handful of homes instead were talking about entire neighbourhoods that had been burned to the ground more than fifty seven honered homes and businesses fox's will car in napa the fires have killed at least forty people pacific gas and electric says it expects to restore power to all of customers in the fire zones my late monday about twenty one thousand customers still without power tonight but in puerto rico the governor says it may be dc cimber before most of the powers back on the entire system crashed when hurricane maria hit nearly a month ago eighty five percent of the island still without electricity and former san francisco forty nine or colin kaepernick who started the taken the protest in the nfl was fighting another battle now is standing up against alleged collusion by the league he has filed a grievance claiming that owners are conspiring to keep them off the field the continent's protests fox news fair and balanced who what it's football season immediate s sound offseason i'm travis justice in i'm ross peterson and we are excited the kickoff sound off and once again jeff throws his on board as our titles sponsor following hawkeye football games we are the place to take your phone calls in wrap up the iowa hawkeye football game and with seven great locations jet throws is.
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"In colorado governor john hickenlooper nationwide participating in the where orange campaign will what's the where orange campaign these events will bring communities together oh bring communities together to showcase the full creativity of where orange supporters from concerts to picnics in the park to orange walks to meeting a local landmarks as they turn orange where orange of inter happening starting friday the weekend in honor of national gun violence awareness in colorado in boulder colorado springs denver during a for calls off he'll almost buzzer look at a nurse taibai moms demand action for guns since in america i demand gun since too i demand total an unequivocal gun cents that's why the honor of what's what's the skull company rental at crap what is it where the wear orange camping that terminals were either greens day i apologize i'll where orange tomorrow if you can give me one of those highway workers vaz it although the orange gold are going to go to to bells and by me and lorries vestis for this so just or maybe we can just hijack a worker highway worker something and maybe maybe um much check makes them items stairs got an orange vest they were with their like working the parking lot something every because i feel obligated i should wear orange so in honor of the orange the where orange day or the where orange week or whatever it is what is i can't remember this stuff is meaningless to me also wear orange the his is the fault of gun violence aware i guess june his gun violence wearing a smoke so i'm gonna do is much like him to make you aware of of the good this is gonna violence but this as well the taxpayer relief shots the first one is brought to you from moreau louisiana the meryl who louisiana to jefferson parish jefferson parish yes where during hurricane katrina assume sheriff's deputies decided to take upon themselves to just shoot people that were trying to escape floodwaters bill that perish ban is dead after deputies day he tried to rob someone that happened near a convenience store in sixty five hundred block lapel michael boulevard moreau crease jackman joins us live from the west bank with the latest on this investigation crease good evening kerrigantonya.