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"jim chris soule" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"CBS news special report the South Carolina democratic debate we're going to need ready to bring Americans together I could hear you know is getting a little bit nervous about our campaign it's the last time the candidates will face off for south Carolina's critical primary and super Tuesday this is not an election where we can just roll the dice rating one the speech Joe Biden's last stand and we're just from CBS news in Washington here's correspondent bill rate because good evening and welcome to coverage of tonight's debate between the democratic presidential candidates from Charleston South Carolina in moments you're going to hear those candidates answer questions from our CBS news moderators evening news anchor and managing editor Norah o'donnell CBS this morning co host Gayle king face the nation moderator Margaret Brennan chief Washington correspondent major Garrett and sixty minutes correspondent bill Whitaker CBS news co hosting tonight's debate with the congressional black caucus institute we are also joined with a number of our correspondence from CBS news radio in Charleston South Carolina including Alison Keyes Jim Chris soules and CBS news executive editor from the Washington bureau Steve Dorsey who's with us right now I would imagine that the excitement to meter if you will is cranking up as your driver closer to the beginning of this event absolutely the crowd here hundreds of people now beginning to finally take everyone's seat after the last fifteen minutes of appreciable we've seen politicians DNC chair Tom Perez the Reverend Sharpton.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The genre today they released eleven studio albums mandatory evacuations are underway in Mississippi's capital city all because of heavy rains that have led to flooding CBS is Jim Chris soules a state of emergency has been declared in Jackson Mississippi as the rain swollen Pearl River overflows its banks mayor shockwave will mumble is telling people who live near the river you need to consider evacuating by Saturday and make plans to be away from your home for potentially three to four days there is also a major river flooding in parts of Alabama Tennessee Kentucky and West Virginia after the wettest winter on record South Carolina police identified the second body found in the case of missing six year old face wet like as thirty year old Kody Scott Taylor police will only say that they believe the two bodies found yesterday are linked police say they spoke to Taylor and searches home after a sweat like went missing earlier this week his home is only about one hundred feet away from the little girl's tyme around up seven minutes past the hour his albums of all time stand by your man released in January of nineteen sixty nine Tammy Wynette stand by your man was our fourth studio album its title track topped the country singles chart her fifth single to do so it proved to be our most successful song and one of those recorded songs and all of country music it said the song only took fifteen minutes to write in line it was criticized by people who claim the lyrics were anti feminist.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bible eight six six eighty eight Bible mandatory evacuations are underway in Mississippi's capital city all because of heavy rains that have led to flooding CBS is Jim Chris soules a state of emergency has been declared in Jackson Mississippi as the rain swollen Pearl River overflows its banks mayor shockwave will mumble is telling people who live near the river you need to consider evacuating by Saturday and make plans to be away from your home for potentially three to four days there is also a major river flooding in parts of Alabama Tennessee Kentucky and West Virginia after the wettest winter on record South Carolina police identified the second body found in the case of missing six year old face sweat like as thirty year old Kody Scott Taylor police will only say that they believe the two bodies found yesterday are linked police say they spoke to Taylor and searched his home after a sweat like went missing earlier this week his home is only about one hundred feet away from the little girl's tyme around up seven minutes past the hour it's four oh seven at the bay area's news station KCBS a lot of sunshine today but temperatures again mostly in the fifties read a warm things up a little bit tomorrow I'm Jeff bell I'm Patti rising just ahead on KCBS San Francisco supervisor Hillary ronin will join us live to discuss mayor London breed and white she wrote in is calling for her resignation right now we're gonna update that overturn accident on six eighty in Danville checking into can Vestal from your local Honda dealers traffic center and this one they're really threw a wrench into the ride on six eighty three the San Ramon valley this afternoon.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Remembered necessarily wolf who testified that a friend of hers helped her remember when an alleged assault happened that's because senator gold here from CBS news a major severe weather outbreak continues to unfold across much of the southeast CBS news correspondent Jim Chris soules emergency management officials in Spartanburg South Carolina say an apparent tornado has caused injuries or major damage there've also been confirmed tornadoes on the ground in North Carolina between Charlotte in Greensboro the Charlotte and Greenville Spartanburg airport control towers were evacuated as storms moved in torrential rainfall has led to numerous flash flood at high water rescues in Georgia the Carolinas in southern Virginia one person died and one was hurt in a bad storm and Marengo county in west central Alabama Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina he was one of the final links to the golden age of Hollywood Kirk Douglas is passed away at age one hundred three twenty thousand leagues under the sea back in nineteen fifty four CBS correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has more on the life of a man who was nearly as old as the film industry itself Douglas was born Esther Danielle of itch to a literate Russian Jewish parents in upstate New York is not having enough to eat they have food that's four he made some ninety films but suffered personal setbacks I helicopter crash that killed two others and a stroke at age eighty that left him speechless and suicidal or is an actor who can call even at the century mark Kirk Douglas was active he celebrated his one hundredth birthday by announcing the publication of his twelfth book written with and his wife of six decades the title said it all letters of love laughter and a lifetime in Hollywood Deborah Rodriguez CBS news straight ahead we'll update some ongoing traffic issues on westbound I. twenty and grand prairie and on sixty seven in cedar hill are you ready for some more football hi this is Mike Rogers Wisconsin and the.
Mississippi prisons on lockdown after five inmates killed
"All state prisons throughout Mississippi are on lockdown correspondent Jim Chris soules tells us why fights and Ryan sitt prisons in Mississippi this week have left five inmates dead and several injured stated local police have been brought in to several facilities to help gain control all of the state's correctional facilities are on lockdown with the movement of inmates restricted this is CBS
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The hour real news real reporting I'm but Michigan it's been a long day and night in much of the country dealing with record cold snow slick roads power outages and overall annoyance with a blast of January smack dab in the middle of November CBS news correspondent David big nose in freezing cold Detroit this is been the biggest November snow storm on record breaking the last record that was set back in nineteen thirty two with feels like eighty degrees here right now and now the weather is moving toward the east these record setting temperatures are going to drop as far south as Charleston even parts of Florida can escape the wrath of this arctic air mass regardless of the cold outside the atmosphere inside tomorrow's initial public hearing of the impeachment inquiry could get heated a new CBS news poll finds forty three percent of Americans believe president trump deserves to be impeached over his approach toward Ukraine another forty percent say he should not be impeached CBS this morning co anchor Anthony Mason fifty two percent of Americans in our polls say they do not think congressional Democrats are handling the inquiry well and fifty six percent say president trump isn't handling it well either we also ask independent voters what they think of the impeachment inquiry forty five percent call it a political distraction twenty seven percent say is serious but not critical twenty eight percent say it is a critical matter CBS is Jim Chris Soule and now with the latest on the nation's oldest living former president former president Jimmy Carter is recovering at Emory University hospital in Atlanta after a surgical procedure doctors were able without any complications to relieve pressure from brain bleeding linked to several recent falls the ninety five year old Mister Carter is experienced it's unclear how long he will be hospitalized of note today the Supreme Court the justices heard arguments about the trump administration's efforts to end Dhaka the Obama administration program.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Has it second cold related death of the season and an eleven year old boy is critically injured in a fire on the south side WBBM sport this is Rick Greg bulls beat the next one twenty one oh to Kentucky lost to Evansville the Wildcats were number one Blackhawks and the evening off continued cold overnight look for a record tying six above WBBM news time ten o'clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm but Michigan it's been a long day and night in much of the country dealing with record cold snow slick roads power outages and overall annoyance with a blast of January smack dab in the middle of November CBS news correspondent David big nose in freezing cold Detroit this is been the biggest November snow storm on record breaking the last record that was set back in nineteen thirty two it feels like eighty degrees here right now and now the weather is moving toward the east these record setting temperatures are going to drop as far south as Charleston even parts of Florida can escape the wrath of this arctic air mass regardless of the cold outside the atmosphere inside tomorrow's initial public hearing of the impeachment inquiry could get heated a new CBS news poll finds forty three percent of Americans believe president trump deserves to be impeached over his approach toward Ukraine another forty percent say he should not be impeached CBS this morning co anchor Anthony Mason fifty two percent of Americans in our polls say they do not think congressional Democrats are handling the aim Cory well and fifty six percent say president trump isn't handling it well either we also ask independent voters what they think of the impeachment inquiry forty five percent call it a political distraction twenty seven percent say is serious but not critical twenty eight percent say it is a critical matter CBS is Jim Chris Soule and now with the latest on the nation's oldest living former president former president Jimmy Carter is recovering at Emory University hospital in Atlanta after a surgical procedure doctors were able without any complications to relieve pressure from brain bleeding linked to several recent falls the ninety five year old Mister Carter is experienced it's unclear how long he will be hospitalized of note today the Supreme Court the justices heard arguments about the trump administration's efforts to end Dhaka the Obama administration program.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To to raiders beat the Broncos in the same saves the Texans on Monday Night Football and now C. B. S. news and one. CBS news on the hour real news real reporting on that paper North Korea started there Tuesday firing more projectiles on the road you going on when that south Korea's military announcing the launch and it came only hours after the north signaled a new willingness to resume denuclearization talks with the United States what Pyongyang is saying is in an unconditional offer of talks at St Washington look we are now prepared to sit down and talk we're going to offer a time we're going to offer a place bought we do not want the same deal that you offer does in February in Hanoi the B. B. C.'s Laura Baker from Seoul when it comes to launching missiles North Korea often do it to punctuate either their request or their demand and it seems that that certainly with these it could well be that North Korea has punctuated it's call for talks with indeed another two short range missile launches a new warning about vaping more doctors are urging people to stop the pain the American medical association wants those using E. cigarettes to stop until more research is done about its safety the recommendation comes as at least five people have died and more than four hundred others have reported long illnesses all possibly linked to vaping the AMA says we must not stand by while E. cigarettes continue to go on regulated the group purges all unregulated vaping products to be removed from the market Steve Futterman CBS news president trump took the stage in North Carolina is nice congressional district hours ahead of a special election to throw his support behind Republican candidates stand bishop and Greg Murphy the president invited both to speak to raise awareness about the election and help boost turnout in an off year election voters from the suburbs of Charlotte east along the North Carolina South Carolina border to their I ninety five will choose between democratic democratic and Republican Dan bishop the state elections board ordered a new ninth congressional district election. after voter fraud allegations involving a GOP operative last fall Republicans have held the seat since nineteen sixty three its correspondent Jim Chris soules it's a seventy one thousand ton vessel carrying four thousand vehicles all crew members are now off the cargo ship that listed and caught fire in Saint Simon's sound of Georgia but now that everyone's off safely there are new fears sorry.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Him ten years behind bars for the same restitution as before six hundred and fourteen thousand the tall is expected to be released in October of twenty twenty five Kristin Johannson KYW newsradio tropical storm Barry maintaining its strength as it moves towards the Louisiana where it threatens to bring heavy rains and a lot of flooding when it makes landfall early Saturday morning this lowers maximum sustained winds about sixty five miles an hour the national hurricane center says berry is expected to be a hurricane when it reaches the coast CBS news correspondent Jim Chris soules in increasingly soggy New Orleans while there will be significant wind and storm surge rain and lots of it may be berries legacy up to two feet of rain could fall across parts of Louisiana and Mississippi and people have been told to leave some flood prone areas Casey Douglas lives in baton Rouge she's been busy filling sandbags now I was a fan there one in in two thousand and sixteen many of the so I am concerned long lines reporter at The New Orleans airport as people leave the area head of the really bad weather the storm is expected to slam ashore tomorrow I'm Sam lead singer from weather to politics labor secretary Alex Acosta resigning in just about a week following renewed scrutiny over his handling of the two thousand and eight plea deal with wealthy political donor Jeffrey apps the as it made the announcement with a faster right at his side he was forced by the Paul reed now it was a surprise though that he announced his resignation earlier in the week it's.
Aftershocks Rattle Southern California Following 2 Quakes
"Nearly seventy two hours after Friday evenings magnitude seven point one earthquake in southern California the after shocks continue CBS news correspondent Jim Chris Soule is in ridgecrest California we ask him if experts believe the threat of seeing an even larger earthquake is subsiding but in saying that let me say this that size biologist experts at cal tech have indicated they still think there's about a three out of ten chance there could be another strong earthquake here within the week possibly something all boards of six point zero six point three six point four somewhere in there like the first quake back on the fourth of July that evening
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time four eighteen little bit of sunshine in boston and thirty nine degrees outside our studios friday afternoon i'm jeff brown thank you for being with us today our top stories now in the wbz newsroom how about this the stock market has gone through a rough patch these past few days again a slump as the dow finishes south by more than four hundred points that is almost a two percent drop continuing fears of a u s china trade war to put it in perspective the dow is at its lowest point since november and a closer look at the s and p five hundred it's the biggest weekly loss in two years president trump signs at one point three trillion dollar spending bill and officials expect upwards of forty thousand people to take part of the march for our lives rally in boston tomorrow a huge child exploitation bust in the southeast cbs news correspondent jim chris soules reports over a dozen children are no longer endanger seventy six people including a pastor and a magician habit arrested and thirteen children rescued or saved from child exploitation hundreds of lawmen took part of the socalled operation southern impact in eight southeastern states criminal charges in the investigation relate to child pornography at exploiting children through technology and the internet the crackdown involved eight states from alabama to west virginia anyone attending bill cosby sexual assault retrial will not be let in the courtroom with anything that shows support for one side or the other the trial judge saying the issuing the ban after cosby's lawyers argued such things could influence jurors some of cosby's accusers wore we stand in truth badges to the first trial others carried luke as of flowers to express solidarity with the.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And what's happening and why kcbs a yet gay frc fm and hd 1 san francisco oakland san jose it's eleven this is cbs news on the hour presented by progressive insurance i'm tom foty not for the first time the trump white house we'll try to focus attention on monday on a presidential plan to rebuild bridges and roads the nation's deteriorating infrastructure a one and a half trillion dollar proposal that would rely on state and local governments for much of the funding but keeping attention not will not be easy for the president after a week where his administration faced criticism went to staff is resigned amid allegations of spousal abuse former staff secretary rob porter and outgoing speechwriter david sorensen deny those charges that the incidents and the white house is initial public support of porta have raised questions about whether john kelly will continue sean as chief of staff correspondent oral burnett cbs news turn i'd has learned from a close ally of the president that mr trump was blindsided by they rob porter news not happy about it reportedly calling porter a sick puppy a russian airliner went down shortly after takeoff from that country second busiest airport all seventy one people aboard were killed with the power still out in parts of puerto rico after last year's devastating hurricanes comes word of an explosion in a fire at a power station near that has caused a new blackout on the northern part of puerto rico cbs news correspondent david begg no reached out to the mayor of hand want carbon you lean crude and she said at one point in does though as many municipality may had law power we theme video out of puerto rico that show a large fire burning at the subjugation it is in san juan which the largest municipality on the or watch the chicago area has gotten about a foot of snow which kept on falling for a recordtying nine days before finally stopping it left hundreds of flights scrub began at chicago o'hare and midway airports with thousands of stranded passengers there and around the contrary correspondent jim chris soule is watching the weather further south lash flooding has prompted a state of emergency in several counties and.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WWL
"Cbs news on the hour presented by quicken loans i'm tom foty not for the first time the trump white house we'll try to focus attention on monday on a presidential plan to rebuild bridges and roads the nation's deteriorating infrastructure a one and a half trillion dollar proposal that would rely on state and local governments for much of the funding but keeping attention will not will not be easy for the president after a weekly his administration faced criticism went to staff has resigned amid allegations of spousal abuse former staff secretary rob porter and outgoing speech writer david sorensen denied those charges but the incidents and the white house is initial public support of porta have raised questions about whether john kelly will continue on as chief of staff correspondent oral borna cbs news tonight has learned from a close ally of the president that mr trump was blindsided by they rob porter news not happy about it reportedly calling porter a sick puppy a russian airliner went down shortly after takeoff from that country second busiest airport all seventy one people aboard were killed with the power still out in parts of puerto rico after last year's devastating hurricanes comes word of an explosion in a fire at a power station near that has caused a new blackout on the northern part of puerto rico cbs news correspondent david begg no reached out to the mayor of san juan karmi lean crude and she said at one point even though at many municipality may have lost power we feed video out of puerto rico that show a large fire burning at that substation it is and fan one which is the largest municipality on the weather the chicago area has gotten about afoot of snow which kept on falling for a recordtying nine days before finally stopping it left hundreds of flights scrubbed again at chicago o'hare and midway airports with thousands of stranded passengers there and around the country correspondent jim chris soule is watching the whether further south lash flooding has prompted a state of emergency in several counties and the hill said mountains of tennessee kentucky virginia at west virginia there've been swift in high water rescues dozens of roads are closed by high water or debris from rock and mud slides several people have been forced from their homes by torrence of muddy water and out of south korea were the geopolitics of last are taking a back seat to the winter olympic another day of.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"The fbi nothing happened lied and they destroyed is life i think it's a shame when pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi last week white house attorney john dowd says mr trump's position as chief law enforcement officer makes any actions he took regarding flynn oryx fbi director james comey not a matter of obstruction of justice cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen i guess what dowd is doing here is previewing the legal and the political argument the president is inclined to make if he is accused erect of obstructing justice by robert muller but that argument that the president is above the law is unlikely to fly either in court or in the quarter public opinion the white house says president trump spoke by phone today with alabama senate candidate roy more of this morning he tweeted an endorsement of the republican under fire for alleged sexual assaults the punishment phase is underway in the civil rights case of a former white cop who shot and killed an unarmed black man in 2015 i'm jim chris soule in charleston south carolina the government started their case of michael slater sentencing hearing with testimony from the man who used his cell phone to video slegers fatal shooting of armed african american motorist walter scott fly deen santana said he did not see scott attacks slater during a traffic stop slicker claimed he fired in selfdefense former florida democratic congresswoman corinne brown's been sentenced to five years in prison and probation after that for her fraud conviction the 71yearold brown used a student charity as a personal slush fund the us and south korea have kicked off a huge five day military exercise cbs has been tracy says it comes a week after north korea carried out a missile tests and military exercises now underway involved two hundred thirty aircraft in ten thousand us military personnel everyone we talked to on the base that they hope diplomacy works and it doesn't come to an actual military conflict with north korea but they say if it does they are ready to help launch for the first time in a us a woman with a transplanted uterus has given birth to a child dr robert gun be your baylor university medical center in dallas his mother and son are fine they booked and find the moms already gone home the baby is on room here heating and.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"But he counterdemonstrators who also showed up clearly did not agree in georgia a move to file criminal charges in a law enforcement related stone gone death correspondent jim krasula reports former sheriff's deputies in sanders ville georgia could face charges said the july stunned gut death of a fifty eight year old man district attorney haywood altman plans to present felony murder and aggravated assault charges to a grand jury in december against former washington county deputies henry copilot rhett scottish michael hull an investigation followed the three did not follow correct procedures on use of force after yuri lee martin collapsed and died after being shocked multiple times by the deputies jim chris soules cbs news used in game four of the world series joining us live correspondent steve futterman and tom game 4 has turned into the closest contest so far in this world series white house in the ninth inning it's all even the houston astros one the la dodgers one there was no scored all until the six that's when houston's george springer hit a home run to make a onenothing astros that's the the only hit huston his had all night in the seventh los angeles came right back to tie it the dodgers are hoping to even the series at two games apiece the astros are hoping to take a commanding three games to one lead pipe at the world series in houston steve futterman cbs news and there's been fallout from game three houston astros first baseman newly guerrero being punished for making a gesture considered racially offensive toward la dodger pitcher yu darvish was from japan korea all to be suspended without pay four or five games at the beginning of next season but not in the series underway now i felt it was unfair to punish the other 24 players on the astros roster i wanted the burden of this disciplined to fall primarily on the wrongdoer that is the commissioner.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Philby albuquerque ooh cbs news i'm dave barrett guilty that's the play from bo bergdolmo a deserter from his military post in afghanistan he was also captured by the taliban spent five years under their control today a trial held at fort bragg correspondent jim chris soule a military prosecutor says there's no deal to limit beaubourg birdals pot schmidt the thirty one year old army sergeant pleaded guilty at fort bragg north carolina to desertion and miss behavior before the enemy charges for leaving his post in afghanistan in two thousand nine worked all is scheduled to be sentenced next week he faces up to life in prison on the charge a miss behavior before the enemy cbs senior legal analyst andrew cohen going forward the drama may come as early as next week in in the form of testimony from military witnesses who are expected to testify that they were wounded or injured looking for him how that testimony goes in what the military judge thinks of it likely will determine how long the sentences convicted of new york city today a planning pressure cooker bombs a new york streets last year akg made con rahimi born in afghanistan new york pd deputy commissioner john miller he had fallen for the false narratives of group like isis and al qaeda that dictated all right with water innocence in the name of them caused that even he doesn't seem to understand brahimi's facing a sentence of up to life in prison is adler lunch with the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell president trump a short time ago in the white house rose garden our relationship with this gentleman is outstanding has been outstanding we are working very hard to get the tax cuts we will continue to work hard to get the healthcare completed some of the northern california wildfires for being more and more contain bought cal fires david xu cost of cautioned there is still an enormous amount of work to do and as we all know this is day eight for these buyers to be raging through napa and sonoma counties and fatigue is definitely a fact bought eleven thousand personnel are fighting those fires that have resulted in forty one deaths more than fifty seven hundred structures had been destroyed us forces in kirkouk keeping tabs on tensions between kurdish forces in iraqi troops cbs's cami mccormick pentagon says us forces are in.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Hurricane maria at categorythree storm as one hundred twenty five mile per hour sustained wins watching it a w f o r tv meteorologist lesat gonzalo via is expected to continue to intensify into a category four by tomorrow our were made a categoryfour as we head into wednesday likely impacting the british and us virgin islands as well as a porta rico could be making a direct landfall floodings been reported now in some neighborhoods on barbados hurricane jose is stirring up trouble along the atlantic coast correspondent jim chris soule a coast guard crews had to rescue six people from two boat that capsized off the north carolina coast and rough surf jose is causing high waves dangerous rip courage and beach erosion from north carolina to massachusetts there were more protests in st louis after the acquittal of a white former cop following the shooting of a black man we made more than eighty arrests we we confiscated at least five weapon laurence o'toole the acting police commissioner and watching demonstrators this morning on the st louis streets campbell is brian kelly about one hundred fifty men and women of all ages at races walked slowly arm in arm stopping in raising their hands a key intersections and breaking their silence only during brief stops at city hall all entered another city office building whoa another protest on a trendy street that saw peaceful protest followed by vandalism over the weekend is scheduled for this evening brian kelly cbs news st louis overseas after last friday's bomb attack in london cbs's vicky barker says two suspects continue to be questioned local media reporting two suspects were both fostered by the same elderly british couple who'd been honoured by the queen for the work they've done fostering hundreds of british children abors save aid recently come out of retirement to take and victims of the ongoing refugee crisis president trump discussed as foreign policy this week in new york as the un general assembly will meet corresponding chip reid he's expected to be reaching out to world leaders for help on some if issues in particular north korea bas because you can't apply the kind of pressure you need against north korea alone president trump today spoke with chinese president xi jinping on the phone and.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The two handguns found at the scene from his father's safe police documents indicate sixteen year old thannual jewett admitted to the shooting that left two people dead and four others injured those documents also so show a jew what had been planning this type of event for a while he told police he ended up at the library because he was angry and was either going to kill himself or a bunch of people earlier this month and told police he'd been beaten and threatened by several other man supposedly over a drug debt during the at a demand was shown a picture of the body of one of his friends john soyinka who's been missing for three weeks abd standard to shake says detectives conducted a search warrant this morning at a home near a tourist go inland sarah i can't really a lot of information but what i can say is that the search warrant is related to the john sake of missingpersons case one person was taken into custody see for questioning several others are already in custody in connection with the case of the man who was beaten the texas department of public safety says close to fifty thousand homes have been affected by flooding and other damage brought on by harvey since it first came ashore friday i'm jim krasula outside beaumont texas the cavalry is on the way i just watched his 15 to 20 texas wildlife vehicles with sirens wailing and red and blue lights flashing race by the pickup trucks were pulling airboats said john boats heading toward another swamped area with rain heavy at times still falling it's almost impossible to drive into the beaumont port arthur area at cbs's jim chris soules new mexicans continue to help their neighbours.
"jim chris soule" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The gunman was killed one woman's missing after rising water traps dozens of people to tennessee state park the search for a missing seventy three year old woman and jackson county tennessee will resume at daybreak some forty people had to be rescued a cummins falls state park near cook ville in rapidly rising water after a sudden heavy rain reporter jim chris soules says a rescue chopper plucked nine people from the highwater some twitter users find fault with mpr over its fourth of july tweets some accused npr fomenting revolution evidently unfamiliar with the text of the declaration of independence lung called the tweets trash and then protested when others donated to npr in his name many simply deleted their outrage tweets wsb news time eight twenty six twenty six have raised average traffic update the begins with today's forecast here's wsb meteorologist kirk mellish a forty percent chance of a heavy thunderstorm afternoon or evening especially the north have a high about ninety one currently 75 on peachtree street as lunch happening in the morning drive here's mark mckay gotta we've wild but like delay geared the wind up by the high five w by brevity by veteran cobb county again tight jeff kennett not going by the way starting up about upright arab directly cobb county about leaving i 75 georgia four hundred frasca slow ride of the 285 north i 20 entertain ever dekalb county then the brake lights really pick up headed to 285 northbound memorial drive stay slow in spots all the way over to georgia four hundred headed 285 west downtown alex williams just had a crash move out of the second left lane seventy five 85northbound writer and freedom parkway that's got you jammed up back to.