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Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship

"Next tonight here the grandfather and his guilty plea the tragic death of a toddler onboard crucial a wrenching turn for a family from Indiana tonight the eighteen month old child falling to her death after he held her up to a window he said he did not realize the window was open. Here's Ariel Russia. Tonight the grandfather who lost grip of his eighteen month old granddaughter on a cruise ship making the gut wrenching decision pleading guilty to negligent homicide in her death saying he just wants to help end part of this nightmare for his family Sam Nello Holding Little Khloe Wiegand when she plummeted from this eleventh floor Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Window in San Juan Puerto Rico in July of Twenty nineteen to lose her baby this way. Is. which is the unfathomable the toddlers parents standing by her grandfather, a Nilo always maintaining it was a grave accident that he didn't realize the ships window was open. Broken. Family strong. Stay strong. But unreleased surveillance video seen by ABC News appears to show Annella look over the railing through the open window. A Nilo then picks up Khloe, and they appear to lean over together before she disappears from frame tonight the family's attorney telling ABC News because the plea agreement includes no jail time and no admission of facts it was decided the plea deal is in the best interest of the family so that they can close this horrible chapter and turn their focus to morning Khloe. And David David Chloe's family is suing Royal Caribbean for negligence and while the cruise line is disputing that lawsuit tonight they say their thoughts are with close family during this difficult time

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Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

On the Media

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

"Storms heading towards the Gulf of Mexico with the possibility of making landfall early in the week. Olivia Rheingold reports on one of those systems Tropical Storm Laura, It's over eastern Puerto Rico this morning. Tropical storm warnings are posted throughout the Caribbean that includes here in Puerto Rico, where tropical storm Laura could bring up to eight inches of rain, plus possible flash floods and mudslides. Joel Klein of the National Weather Service says this is the first time he's ever seen an L named Storm this early in the season. Seems like each letter has been that way is the earliest we've had a A J or nature or whatever for NPR news. I'm Olivia wrangled in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The other storm system grew into Tropical Storm Marco overnight and could be aiming for the Texas Gulf Coast.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"On the economic and physical pain caused by the corona virus outbreak the S. and P. Dow and nasdaq all dropped around four point four percent we'll update your money just ahead at ten forty eight W. W. J. Nissan ten forty five time for sports what we have to support staffs tonight with the start of a major league baseball season still up in the air the league has made the decision to cancel their London series in June between the cardinals and cubs to cope at nineteen commissioner rob Manfred saying in a statement the decision was made because it's unlikely the events would go forward in a timely cancellation allowed the league to preserve important financial resources it's also the third international series has been canceled so far this year as the Padres and Diamondbacks set to play in the middle of this month the Mexico City Mets Marlins are gonna swore off in San Juan Puerto Rico at the end of the month now the NBA season still in a holding pattern to the corona virus the league and its players union discussing scenarios for withholding up to twenty five percent of players remaining salaries in a league escrow should the rest of the year get canceled if however there is no agreement by the time the players receive their April fifteenth paychecks players will continue to be paid in full like normal but that would be required to pay back the salary later based on a formula of canceled games for players team in salary and that player switches teams in the off season the new team would be required to withhold the difference in salary payment of the player it's in the money owed to the previous team that's expected Tom Brady wore the number twelve when he suits up for the Tampa Bay bucs this fall after wideout Chris god would like to give up his number instead where the number fourteen this year Godwin said no transaction or compensation went into his decision just to give it up out of respect for what Brady's done in Wimbledon's officially confirm the tournament is cancelled marking the first time since World War two that the oldest grand slam tournament.

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Cubs-Cardinals series in London in June canceled by MLB

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Cubs-Cardinals series in London in June canceled by MLB

"Major League Baseball has canceled a two game series in London between the Chicago Cubs and the St Louis cardinals because of the corona virus pandemic the teams had been scheduled to play at Olympic stadium on June thirteenth and fourteenth baseball commissioner rob Manfred made the announcement in a memorandum sent to MLB employees the leak it previously scrapped series in Mexico City and San Juan Puerto Rico Manford wrote we made the decision because it was unlikely the events would go forward and timely cancellation allowed us to preserve important resources I'm Michael Reeves

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Nik Wallenda walks on tightrope across active volcano in Nicaragua

Donna and Steve

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Nik Wallenda walks on tightrope across active volcano in Nicaragua

"My being today was V. for Nicole and the high wire tightrope locker who ABC was floating that was last night ad nauseam yes it was last night ABC is promoting this ad nauseam about this a volcano in Nicaragua or is Donna says it needs I think this is happened before and it's a recurring beef that I have to present of nik Wallenda he does this amazing stunt of crossing over this active volcanoes historic he's the first person to ever do this crossing a volcano in active volcanoes lava below him toxic plumes of smoke wafting in the air it's hot it's risky who knows what's gonna happen and of course he has a safety harness side so if he falls everything's gonna be just fine just like let's see if I have the guts just to do it but I won't die corrects well we can't have somebody dying before our eyes I cannot but that but there is like a delay button they can right yeah you know you can use the same way as he crossed something like Niagara Falls and he had a harness on for that young Niagara Falls and he's great on hand in Grand Canyon is also I believe you do not have a harness on for the Grand Canyon but there is an act below him while his wife is performing some hula hoop thing she left yes she was the opening act yes use ours as well she was the opening act I mean look but you see this video of what she's doing whole leaf pocket yeah she doesn't cirque de soleil stuck out like a gas masks on yes so all that wonderful don't promote don't promote it though as if he's that he's going to fall too is that you're being okay yeah let me tell you why he has a harness on rain here is what I've just read let's hear his group Karl Wallenda his great grandfather plummeted to his death in nineteen seventy eight while tight rope walking between two towers without safety equipment and San Juan Puerto Rico sell he doesn't want to die of course and I know that has to happen he has to have a heart is but don't promote it as if he's going to fall to his doom and then after were word talk about it as if he just yelled risked life and limb in his everything for crossing this tight rope that he chose to do I wonder if like that if the harness though it's kind of like a bungee cord just snapshot yeah yeah it actually has got like a like a button that they push you to be a bungee it would have to wait another ration probably you actions a lamb hi can you imagine even on a harness falling into that volcano nothing I hope it catches me I say there is nothing about that that interests me like when they're promoting it unlike yeah who cares well that's if you don't have a hard is I would be watching that immediately can we listen to a little bit odd couple of the clips sure this is him successfully after he just walked over the volcano it is amazing that my god at a ridiculously afternoon again again your whole family is there very strong draft right there what you see in did you know he's getting belted but it went right right there in the middle I don't think that storm actually started to burn I'm just hoping to make it on SportsCenter what's

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Royal Caribbean says video shows grandfather knew window was open

Dana Loesch

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Royal Caribbean says video shows grandfather knew window was open

"The video shows ploy weakens grandfather knew the ship's window was open says royal Caribbean in a motion for dismissal of the lawsuit filed by the toddlers family still photos submitted by the cruise line appear to show Salvatore Nello leaning out the open window before he lifted his granddaughter over a railing he claims he thought the window was closed she fell eleven stories on to the dock in San Juan Puerto

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Grandfather charged in toddler's fatal cruise ship fall

AM Tampa Bay

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Grandfather charged in toddler's fatal cruise ship fall

"A grandfather charged with negligent homicide after his granddaughter fell to her death on a cruise ship is made his first court appearance Salvatore Nerio of Indiana's charge for the death of eighteen month old Chloe why again last July before a judge in San Juan Puerto Rico where the ship was docked when the little girl fell more than a hundred feet through an open

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Royal Caribbean toddler death: Grandfather charged over fatal cruise ship fall

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Royal Caribbean toddler death: Grandfather charged over fatal cruise ship fall

"There is new heartbreak tonight for the Indiana family lost their little girl when she fell from the eleventh floor of that Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked in San Juan Puerto Rico when her grandfather lifted up to see out the window for grandfather tonight has now been charged with negligent homicide tonight the little girl's family is standing Lyda grandfather they blame Royal Caribbean and what they're demanding to see here's ABC's Victor Kendall three months after clue wiegand plunged one hundred fifteen feet to from a Royal Caribbean ship for Grandfather Sam Nilo now facing charges of negligent homicide in Puerto Rico the family is reeling tonight they've already been grieving so honestly that's a compound this on top of it really just kicking a man when he's down there lawyer telling us close parents are standing by her grandfather's account saying he brought the eighteen month old to the this area near the ship's Waterpark to look through the glass her mother at the time telling NBC he had no idea that window was open he was extremely hysterical. the thing that he has repeatedly told us is I believe that there was glass he will cry over and over until lose our baby this way is just unfathomable Royal Caribbean calling it a tragic incident saying assisted authorities but close family says the cruise line I didn't follow safety guidelines and wants to see the ship surveillance I think this is just GonNa show exactly what Sam is too long clue his grandfather was released on he's due back in court next month the family plans on suing Royal Caribbean

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Tropical Storm Dorian heads toward Puerto Rico

WIBC Programming

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Dorian heads toward Puerto Rico

"What we are also worried about in the weather though is one Dorian is doing suddenly spending up to quite a powerful storm is a big changes Randy yeah I tell you what I came into work this morning I checked it out because yesterday is times like this is going to stay a tropical storm go through the Bahamas come close to Florida no big deal but I miss it is tropical storm now are expecting to become a category two hurricane and I get pretty close to the northeast portion of the Florida coast late Sunday or Monday source for sure what's going on right now so those are some big changes here just during the past twenty four hours going to zoom out or sell it reader composite map and then head down to the tropics and there it is right there you can see a door in here that is a pretty good tropical storm right now winds are sixty miles an hour yeah we do I believe some tropical storm warnings and watches out San Juan Puerto Rico under a tropical storm warning there's a track of it is as it does move a reporter Rico should remain a tropical storm however is it stays out over the open waters a thing that's why we have the changes here it's going to kind of gain some strength over the old warm ocean waters become a category one hurricane and then a category two yeah looks like my late Sunday or Monday Dorrance relocated here just to the southeast of Jacksonville Florida so we're go somewhere hard to say the computer models are kind of slowing it down so this may be a tremendous rain producer here I into the southeast as we head to the first part of next week so stay tuned will track it here for the next

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San Juan Puerto Rico, Ricardo And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

San Juan Puerto Rico, Ricardo And NPR discussed on All Things Considered

"The streets of San Juan Puerto Rico were again filled with protesters today just hours after that island's governor Ricardo what sale announced he will see to their demands and stepped down as NPR's David welna reports someone amount immediately governor Rosales says he'll leave office August second that's not good enough for business woman so whiny Gonzalez I would prefer that he would leave right now today because what he's is doing is just helping his party get everything on there so I organize and what's beneficial

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Puerto Rico police use tear gas in bid to break up huge street protests

KYW 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Puerto Rico police use tear gas in bid to break up huge street protests

"Oh one protests continued through the night in San Juan Puerto Rico in the ongoing dispute it's between the people and the governor please use tear gas to disperse thousands of demonstrators who shut down a main highway and gathered around the governor's mansion now protesters are demanding recorder was a resigned citing government corruption and lead defense of chat room messages between the governor and his aides for sale says he won't seek reelection but he's refusing to resign singer Ricky Martin was one of the thousands who took to the streets my efforts and my commitment is to follow through on some of the efforts that I established for the people of Porto Rico on fox news yesterday rose a stuck to his word about staying put and these protests of the largest the U. S. territory has

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"juan puerto" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The government shut down if it passes I'm J. Metzler fox news president trump announcing it on Twitter his administration reaching an agreement with congressional leaders on a budget and raising the debt ceiling the two year budget agreement ending automatic spending cuts known as sequestration in boosting spending on defense and non defense programs is designed to reduce the threat of a government shut down this fall president trump says it's a victory for the military and veterans house speaker Nancy Pelosi Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the deal secures robust funding for critical domestic priorities it also sets aside the debt limit suspending it for two years there is expected to be opposition however with budget deficits topping one trillion dollars boxes jerit helper hundreds of thousands still on the streets of San Juan Puerto Rico demanding the resignation of the island's governor Ricardo Rosales Rosie facing intense criticism for leaked text messages with misogynistic and homophobic language and mocking hurricane victims mentioned in those online chats singer Ricky Martin who was among the crowds today carrying a pride flag boxes Brian Yenice in San Juan will say refusing to resign but says he will not seek reelection next year president trump asked what he thinks of roe seo the governor has done a terrible job he said the people of Porto Rico deserve better but stopped short of calling for the governor's resignation the people of Porto Rico a grave and the people of Porto Rico like me and they should because nobody's given them when I give them but the leadership is corrupt and incompetent the president during a joint news conference with Pakistan's president he is trying to get Imran Khan to help negotiate with the Taliban to win the war in Afghanistan after nineteen years he says he could end the war in ten days.

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Puerto Rico braces for perhaps one of its biggest protests ever

First Light

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Puerto Rico braces for perhaps one of its biggest protests ever

"Together thousands of people are coming together expected to fill the streets of San Juan Puerto Rico this morning and continuing massive demonstrations they're demanding that the U. S. territory's governor resign over offensive chat messages there's also a call for a general strike with shops in office is expected to be closed Nick Peyton Walsh's therefore is reporting that Porter Rico's governor Rick Ricardo wrist seo and now she will not seek reelection but is not going to resign now we have the governor statement and neck it's that apologizing is not enough for me only my work will help restore the confidence of the sectors and lead to a true reconciliation five forty five but I say is resigning was a mining concession he said he was gonna be contesting next he was windows in the first place many reading this I want to go to meet people behind me was because on the street one of the key goals is to lock down a major expressway in one of them is a real sense the governor also goals of democratic even the message press secretary but it hasn't changed his mind well the price as

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Protestors pressure the governor of Puerto Rico to resign

1A

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Protestors pressure the governor of Puerto Rico to resign

"Let's shift gears now to Puerto Rico where rubber bullets and tear gas canisters were shot into a crowd of protesters yesterday they were marching on the mansion of Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo CEO thousands of people have called for Governor Grosso's resignation after an investigative news site leaked nine hundred pages of offensive text messages between the governor and his advisors N._p._R.'s Adrian floaty though is in San Juan Puerto Rico and joins us now with the latest Adrian Welcome to the Program Hi Joshua thank you tell us about the protests what's been going on. This is the fifth or about the fifth straight day of protests right. Today is the sixth day yeah and you know these protests started to gain steam over last weekend. After as you mentioned the center that these must get published these <hes> these text messages that were leaked to to them that basically showed the governor of recovery cut versa and his members of his inner circle his cabinet engaging in really awful using really awful homophobic misogynistic language to talk about political opponents about women about every day <hes> Puerto Ricans and people started calling for his resignation.

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Toddler falls to her death after grandfather dangles her from cruise ship

Dana Loesch

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Toddler falls to her death after grandfather dangles her from cruise ship

"The this is horrible horrible story from Indiana in Indiana taller a toddler allegedly dangled by grandfather dies after plunging one hundred fifty feet from a cruise ship in San Juan Puerto Rico the eighteen month old girl slipped from his arms and fell from the eleventh floor of the royal Caribbean's freedom of the seas ship as it was docked in San Juan the toddler was rushed to the hospital yesterday and was pronounced dead a short time later according to the the local media across from Indiana she was on holiday with her extended family which included two sets of grandparents and her parents police are investigating and they're looking at close circuit television as well there were numerous witnesses though and they said it was just it was horrific and the mothers cry was yeah I just add something that they've never heard before reserve real horrible something you don't hear nature that much of a of that sort of localized pain all my gosh our prayers are with

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No Laying Up

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"I had I played really well for the first grounds. Unfortunately missed too many greens the last day around that Gulf horse. You can't you can't really miss do many catches up to quick yet. So he, but so in in six so you you've played at six starts you made three cuts. Yes, you've made one hundred K so far on the PGA tour. I think you made one hundred sixty K last tour. Yeah. So that's kind of gives you an idea of the of the range and difference. Just kind of I don't know. Everybody knows a lot of money professional golf, but just see in some the size of some of the paychecks that come in the guys are the guys that are doing this for the first time. This is a very serious thing. I think I saw one of your tweets right after Adam long one in Adams been a pro for five years six years. Maybe I think even longer than that. Yeah. He doubled his earnings in one week. Yeah. His career earnings eight hundred eighty five K or something through eight professional seasons. Exact and then won a million bucks. Yeah. And it's it's awesome. It's the opportunities that we have out here on the PGA tour to provide for our families. To play in front of fans the way that we do is incredible. It is. So so unique and so cool. So what's next for you? Then what are you in events? Go on are you are you the reshuffle is after Genesis after Genesis. So will you slide up again based on your finish, Tori, or you? I would hope so. Yeah, I have I really hope. So I don't know though. And that's kind of the scary thing, we're planning travel. It's like, well, we're going to Pebble Beach next week and maybe Los Angeles do the Monday qualify for Los Angeles. And then we'll get it onto Puerto Rico and After Puerto Rico I'd love to play here in Florida but same times, but this new schedule, you don't know how many guys are going to want to be playing early in Florida. If they're going to be doing prep for the players. It's coming up here in about a month. And it's coming up suit really quick we have to WGC's in the next six weeks. I think like it's packed. Yeah. Very packed early on. So I have onsite other than pebble and Puerto Rico. I don't really know all be played next. It's funny. To hear like the your excitement for WGC's, which means that there's an opposite. Yeah. I guess Puerto Rico and Dominican how do flights work. I mean, what do you like you said, you don't know what you're going to pebble? You don't have return flight booked or Joe figure that out on a expensive to fly last minute. All the time. Yes. It definitely you lose a couple hundred bucks every time I travel with my wife, I'm very thankful that she's out there with me. Now it's way more enjoyable than it was when you travel alone just by what Curtis maxima thing hanging out together every afternoon every night the. Yeah, it does get, but we have a rental car booked for Monterey to LA one way. And hopefully, we can drop it off and trade it in for courtesy card that we can stay LA and then fly from LA to San Juan Puerto Rico. We'll see God. That's amazing. All right. If we're gonna we're gonna predict the event that you have your first PGA tour win at what what would you? What would you guess the event is going to be what's golf course that you're like, okay? That one's for me. I don't know. I honestly haven't seen. I gotta tell you where I would love to win of her son bail. Okay, grew up here in Orlando. I didn't play hill. Professional went out to the tournament. Never was invited out to play never got on the golf course to actually play. I walked it actually followed same Saunders around when I was in highschool after we went to the same high school here in Orlando, huge fan of his grown-up when he went to Clemson turned pro his playing in the third round with Colin Montgomerie in two thousand ten two thousand eleven or something like that. I saw every shot same hit that that that round. There's also is fun is so cool as something that I love going out and seeing on Arnold.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Labs dot com put some links there looks like as far as I can tell to ask my friends at Epson if you want to print from a Chromebook with a cable, you know, the old school pretty much have to use HP printer because Chromebooks don't come with printer drivers. So. You know, they they they're designed to print over the cloud. Google cloud print in any printer can use Google cloud print wirelessly, but our last call didn't have internet. Right. So this is going to be his one and only internet device so cloud print won't solve that. I guess you probably could print to kinkos. I bet you anything. They have cloud print able printers, and you can print to them for a fee if you didn't do a lot of printing that at work. But if you did want to have your own printer HP makes printer I think, it's very clever that has a chrome OS extension that works on a Chromebook. And then you just hook it up by USB cable. Nick imprint. It's kind of old fashioned. But there are I think this is one of the things the tech industry is done is not good, which is assumed that everyone has internet access. Yeah. Everybody's got internet access. No problem. And not everybody has internet access. What if you start now just starting out Bill in San Juan Puerto Rico? Hello bill. Leo hope you're doing I hope you are. How are things in San Juan? Building the tourism is great this year. People should come down. It's going to take a couple years. Get everything else sits back up after Maria. We're doing fine right now. Happy to hear it San Juan is one of my favourite Caribbean destinations. I just love Puerto Rico, and I was so heartbroken to hear about the the troubles. So I'm very glad things are going. Well. Can't be. Yeah. I gave myself a Christmas present of a. The US with the twenty eight seventy two lives. Oh, are you a nice person? Santa Claus is great. I'm going on a cruise in the Mediterranean, the spray, and I want to know some tips. So I can use the not get the same stolen a reptile. Oh, man. Well, first of all don't carry it. Okay. The very first thing. I do I carry very expensive cameras to when I travel fact, I'll never forget I was in Buenos Aires after midnight beautiful city loved walking around Argentina, and I'm carrying around my cannon five d Mark three. Actually, it's probably a five d Mark to back then. And just taking pictures beautiful night. And somebody walks up to me test me on the shoulder and said senor, you should not be doing this. You are going to get robbed. I and I want to say I've never lost. I've never been mugged hijacked stole nothing has ever been. I've traveled a lot as you know, too, many many countries, and I've never had anything stolen knock on wood. But here's some tips. Here's one of the things I would recommend first of all take that canon strap right off. That's a big ole advertisement, isn't it? You can buy better straps anyway on Amazon or whatever the camera strap itself should be innocuous and not advertise the brand and make the camera because that's just saying, hey over here. There's a nice camera over here. So that's step one step to camouflage the camera. Sometimes I carry cameras that have very distinctive markings, Leica cameras, for instance, have a very distinctive big red dot on it now for camera. Most thieves are not savvy, but if a camera thief sees that big red dot knows what he's seeing. He's seen an expensive camera that may be more likely. So like a lot of photographers output black electrical tape over markings to kind of discourage people, you might even get a case. And if and if you carry your camera around your neck instead of over your shoulder like a pro, but around your neck like a tourist, and you have it in the case, it might look like just a cheap point and shoot tourist camera less likely to get stolen the biggest threat though, and this happens, and it's happened to many many friends. Is you don't carry the cameras? He's hard to steal it. They'd have to mug you or cut the strap. And like a like a snatch it. So if you keep, you know, keep your hands around and you keep you keep your appealed. That's hard to do. But what often happens people put stuff in bags backpacks bags, of course, it's very convenient. And then they sit down at a cafe, and they put the bag under the chair that is a guaranteed to get stolen guaranteed. So I always keep my leg through a strap of the of the backpacker the bag if I'm not wearing it that way, nobody's gonna slide out from under me. There's another thing to be aware of in some cities. They're very sophisticated pickpockets, my friend, John C devora got robbed. I think it was in Barcelona. He was sitting in a cafe he had a nice camera? He carries nice cameras to on a table. A little old lady. A little sweet old lady tripped and fell onto his table in front of him. And he will only helped her up and when by the time. He got her back on areas ways her confederate. It's robbed them blind took his wallet tickets camera took everything so so via aware that there are you know, that it is you've got to keep an eye on your stuff on the other hand don't be afraid. I carry very good expensive cameras. I've carried them everywhere in the world even stupidly after midnight in Buenos Aires, and I've never been never been robbed. I did by the way, he that advice and went home. But but but I've never had any knock on wood never had anything stolen from me. I think normal really the people who get robbed tend to be they're just not paying attention. They're they're kind of you know, so excited to be where they are. They put their bag under there. Jaren things like that. So. Disguise it camouflage it and then keep an eye on it. In Barcelona ended up with somebody and in my pocket. Exactly. A lot of that. Yeah. And I'll do that one unrelated more unrelated question. Sure. I use an in. I map. Network drives to the mass. Yeah. When does not the index it. Okay everytime. I restart computer its index in the five doggonit Dag Nabet. So they're mapped as a drive letter, and you've said to windows do not indexed drive e. But it still does it. I'm gonna have to punt on this one and ask our brain trust in the chat room and anybody listening. How do you keep windows permanently from indexing a drive letter?.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Scrubbing. Lin Manuel Miranda in the original Broadway soundtrack to pretty much. The biggest musical will see in our time. Maybe the biggest stage production. We'll see in our time. Hamilton is currently planning a three week run in the city of San Juan Puerto Rico. And if that sounds like a big deal. That's because it is. It's a big deal for Puerto Ricans who are still reeling from the effects of hurricane Maria, which struck the island back in two thousand seventeen it's a really big deal for the show's creator and star the failure here and right there. Lin manuel. Miranda was born and raised in New York. But spent a lot of time in Puerto Rico where his family is from when he was a kid. He is and has been quite publicly devoted to the island. The proceeds from Hamilton's three-week Ron are going to find his family started. That is helping artists recover from the hurricane. Here's Lin Manuel. Miranda speaking right after the show Hamilton opened in to Rico on Friday night. The most resilient people on the face of the earth. Name any other city in the world that would survive this long without power, and without you know, with the resources that any the American city would get in the wake of hurricane, and I think that. They're so resilient. They just all in all of the people. Every time. I come here. People are gonna come to. Hamilton, and hopefully spend a lot of money here. And leave their hotels and actually spend money. Small businesses on the island that that is my hope that's what I've been pushing. But they're also going to see blue tarps that they're also going to see how much work is done. That's lin-manuel Miranda's speaking after the opening of Hamilton in Puerto Rico Friday night. Charron Rica's was in the audience on the night of the premiere. She's a senior editor at the New York Times. She was also born and raised in Puerto Rico and right now, she joins me from New York. Hi charro. Hi, how are you? I'm well. I want wanna start with opening night..

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Top takeaways from Bob Woodward's new book about Trump's White House

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Top takeaways from Bob Woodward's new book about Trump's White House

"Journalists. Bob Woodward's book detailing a chaotic White House is out on the president briefed reporters on the approaching hurricane. He was asked about the Woodward expose, Mr. Trump, thanking former advisors for saying that the books quotes by them are true. I really appreciate this statement was excellent. And they both said that which shows that the book is just a piece of fiction of Woodward and says, he is sourced. Every quote and says the book is

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US Navy seizes 1,000 weapons from boat off coast of Yemen

KDWN Programming

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

US Navy seizes 1,000 weapons from boat off coast of Yemen

"Morning America's First news continues on this thirty first. Day of August new this morning. The US military said early Friday it seized over, one thousand collision of assault rifles being smuggled by small ships in the Gulf of Aden amid. The ongoing war in nearby Yemen the seizure by the guided missile destroyer USS Jason Dunn may Mark the first such interdiction of weapons at seabound for Yemen in years. For, American forces patrolling the region however the military didn't say whom, they suspected of, smuggling the weapons the navy released a short video taken appeared to show a skiff into a skiff traditional ship that commonly sales the waters of the. Persian Gulf region as the vessels Bob in the high waves people on that ship. Toss large boxes into the skiff the navy's Fifth Fleet, said sailors boarded. The boats Tuesday uncovering the art Cash

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12 former top intelligence officials criticize Trump for pulling security clearance

Morning Edition

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

12 former top intelligence officials criticize Trump for pulling security clearance

"Coleman a dozen former CIA leaders. Have signed a letter supporting ex a. director John Brennan in his feud with President Trump NPR's. Greg says it's unusual for the intelligence, chiefs to, criticize the, White House the twelve former, CIA directors and, deputy director, say they, feel compelled, to address what they call the impressive dented remarks and actions by the White House President. Trump on Wednesday accused, Brennan of a Radic behavior and revoked his security clearance Brennan is a sharp critic of the president and. The former intelligence officials stress they don't all, agree. With his comments about Trump but they defend Brennan's right to speak out adding we have never before seen the approval or removal of security clearances used as a political tool signatories include former. CIA director's, Michael Hayden Robert. Gates Leon Panetta and David

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Puerto Rico utility completes restoration 10 months after Maria

Midday on WNYC

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico utility completes restoration 10 months after Maria

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WTVN

"Of chad foster was working in his mid new york tattoo shop and he was happy that he had an air conditioner and they'd had a heat wave and all of a sudden he gets the idea man there's a lot of people that don't have air conditioning so he goes out to home depot and buys as many units as he could afford turned out to be six and then he jumped on facebook and said i just left home depot with as many air conditioners as i could afford if you know of a family with kids that can't afford one let me know and so he hooked up six families in need and he says he's thinking about his next altruistic act so in a world full of bad news and stuff going on there was a little little slice of good news for you coffee does that help sober you up no the caffeine in coffee might make you feel more alert your hand eye coordination and other motor skills will remain affected by alcohol in your system drinking coffee also does nothing to lower your blood alcohol level the only thing that's going to sober you up is bit of time so if you've been out you have a couple of beverages and a cup of coffee and then i'm gonna hit the road think again because that's not gonna that's not gonna do the trick and it could still get you in trouble today pinochle today i was almost gonna ask josh to have that dreadful pinochle out of song queued up and then i thought better of it thank you i didn't wanna put you through that or myself the term pinochle lada did you know that comes from san juan puerto rico no i did not mr smarty pants behind the glass that's cool the term pinochle lada means strained pineapple and a traditional recipe calls for pineapple juice light rahman and coconut cream port over crushed ice i enjoy a pinochle outta from time to time you ever do that little fruit for drink josh or no no sometimes they're sweet and sugar make a night of it i'm just saying you know one at the swim up hotel bar wherever you are there's some variations on it you can do the moretto collado which obviously us substitute the amaretto for rum the caribou that's malibu rum pineapple juice in one fifty one room the iguana kaleida that's pinochle outta with midori the kalou lada substitute colusa for the rum the lava flow that's strawberry dachary and pinochle lada blended together talk about sweet and probably a nasty hangover after a night of that the miami vice have strawberry dacca report over a half pina colada and the jackal lada is half part of jack you you put a half part jack daniels in it consider the rum and since we alluded to the song do you know the words to the pinochle outta song josh no escape i mean you do but you don't i mean you're going to say you don't know but really those those lyrics have been embedded in your head for so long and i just think the the premise of the song is so ridiculous the guy says basically him and his old lady been together too long so as laying in bed she's sleeping maybe they were having a episode of sleep divorce here he's reading the personal column and he sees this letter that's been posted about making love and the dunes and you know rain showers and staying up late so it's just so dumb so he sets up an appointment to meet this person and of course or at a restaurant and she walks in and they they just laugh about it at the end and everything ends happy now now well it was the seventies right i mean we let a lot of stuff skate back then but i mean if i don't know which one is the bigger snake you know the the guy that puts the rendezvous he takes the rendezvous out of the paper and acts on it right or the doesn't say it says why for just says it's his lady that she puts the ad in there i pay place and they realized that they really do love each other and they're going to be back together isn't that isn't that just warm your heart oh yes i i can't believe somebody actually i made a lot of money off that song so.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from npr news i'm michelle martin coming to you from san juan puerto rico we're here at the start of the two thousand eighteen hurricane season we thought this would be a good time to check in on how this island home to some three point four million us citizens is doing since hurricanes irma and maria hit last year and we wanted to know whether puerto rico is prepared for another storm and we're going to start the program by reminding people just how serious hurricane maria was how extensive the damage was our npr colleague adrian flu was here in twitter rico not long after maria hit the island he's been reporting here full time since the beginning of the year he's been our guide and he's with us now adrian thanks so much for being here thanks for having me michelle adrian hurricane maria made landfall on september twentieth and you arrived just a couple of weeks later we've been driving around in the last few days and in a lot of ways things seem almost back to normal but us of what it was like back when you first got here there were no leaves on the trees it was really a kind of a remarkable sight and then at the airport there were people camping out to buy flights because remember that there was no phone or internet reception across basically the entire island on the entire island was without power i remember when we drove to a city called or kobe's in the mountains on the way there we met people collecting water out of streams on the side of the road and health workers who were warning them about contamination because of so much wildlife that had been killed by the storm and then at one point we couldn't go any further because we a point in the road where a landslide had blocked it off and so we had to hitch a ride in a humvee and once we got to this little by have been cut off for almost three weeks there was an old woman there was rationing her cancer medications because she didn't know when she would get more folks were dying because they couldn't get medical treatment and there were so many.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Adrian footy npr news san juan puerto rico you're listening to npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's six oh four sixty degrees partly cloudy right now expect to mostly sunny day today with a high near sixty nine degrees the editorial boards of the new york times and the new york post and governor cuomo were calling for the acting attorney general to stay on through the fall and she wants to in an interview with wnyc barbara underwood says she doesn't plan to run for attorney general in the fall but she hopes the state legislature will let her stay on until the voters have a chance to elect eric schneiderman replacement in november i think it is a good thing for a woman to be taking the helm here at this particular moment in time and i'm honored to be that woman under what says she's planning to carry on the progressive lawsuits and investigations that schneiderman launched before he resigned monday after being accused of physically assaulting for women and you can add former federal prosecutor parite berrara to the growing list of people considering a run for the position on his podcast stay tuned with parite berrara says he's not ruling out a bid for the job come elections this fall it is a really important job and it's especially important now when the rule of law is under attack when we still have pockets of corruption everywhere you look berrara also words the state legislature to let barbara underwood stay on until the fall as the interim ag president trump has nominated seven people to serve as federal trial judges in new york michael macaroni i congress journal reporter for law three sixty says the nominees come from the public and private sector he also says senator schumer collaborated with the president of vet the nominees although senator schumer and the president have disagreed on a lot of policy areas so far they work together fairly well on things like judicial nominations they previously worked together on a second circuit nominee who both the white house and senator schumer we're we're happy with some of the judicial vacancies have been open since twenty fifteen but macaroni says congressional republicans have moving faster to approve nominees since trump took office i'm gonna jordi of new jersey voters support governor phil murphy's plan to raise taxes on millionaires that's according to a.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WJR 760

"Thousand six eighty nine for your free author submission kit again eight hundred five zero one thirty six eighty nine us news and world report is out with its third annual look at the best places to live john stolnis has more or less ranks to one hundred twenty five largest metropolitan areas based on affordability job prospects and quality of life and for the second straight year austin texas is at the top with an overall score of seven point seven out of ten the city known as the music capital of the world is home to one point nine four million people colorado springs colorado is at number two with denver colorado at number three des moines iowa at four and fayetteville arkansas number five the city ranked lowest on the list at number one twenty with san juan puerto rico a city obviously still dealing with the effects of hurricane maria many residents have left the island but it has begun welcoming tourists once again i'm john stolnis after three weeks of previews the new broadway play harry potter and the cross child is breaking sales records brought in more than two million dollars in just three weeks shuttering old broadway sales records at rubs up for an april twenty second opening i'm elliot francis seven sixty wjr news dick havener thirty seven degrees at five oh four wednesday morning is here april eleventh and you're with news talk seven sixty wjr and the morning news center i'm dick haefner thank you for joining us feels a lot better out there at thirty seven degrees and we're supposed to get up to the fifties today let's see if that really happens thirty seven degrees where getting a good head start on that news time five oh four a man was shot and killed by royal police last night after he flee fled a traffic stop police tried to stop that man for a traffic violation the man stopped and then he took off from the scene they caught up with him and i'll white castle drive through a short time later at thirteen mile and coolidge police say an officer approached the vehicle with a gun drawn and then the confrontation occurred the man drove off and crashed his short time later police are not giving many details as to exactly what happened wbz news time five oh five with traffic and.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Beloved keeping areas around homes coal sprang fireretardant and booed and the snuff is so bad here that aircraft can't fly but we're trying to do is bring fire to a location where we can draw a line in the sand actually put it out the weather needs to shift firefighters say it's to dry it's too hot and in december it's snowing white ash leyla father npr news mono sita california two this is npr news from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly republican roy more is refusing to concede alabama special senate election democrat doug jones beat more by about one and a half percentage points the national transportation safety board says a number of factors led to the sinking of the l faro cargo ship near the bahamas that happened two years ago the ship went down between jacksonville florida and san juan puerto rico during hurricane joaquin all thirty three crewmembers were killed ntsb investigator brian young says one error was the captain's decision not to change course against the advice of the crew away from the hurricane's path despite the worsening weather a captain said several times that they would be ahead of the storm he thought they were on the better side of it meaning the less dangerous squadron the captain was most likely rely on the bvs graphical weather package set at five p m evening before investigators also cited a poor safety culture and outdated lifeboats the rock and roll hall of fame and cleveland is out with its latest class of inductees david see barnette net with member station w cpn reports dire straits the moody blues nina simone and sister rose at a fireball enter the rock call after their first time on the ballot bon jovi got in on a second attempt and the cars are being recognised on their third time out the induction ceremonies take place next april in cleveland on dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm rather young and indiana town marks the forty th anniversary of the plane crash that killed players on the university of evansville basketball to the purple aces every edged leave that you can use from hopelessness to despair this was a team that fine the city next time here now the program begins right after form this morning at the eleven o'clock heading to work school wherever at this hour the.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"On the air with us talk show host of the us and caribbean use his he's the author of a new york times oped these has america for guidance the virgin islands the reverend dr todd here he has a doug was the more jim energy church baltimore maryland kept day off the political organize and former president of the south carolina as you will you frank watkins civil rights veteran politicos judges and author and betty bag is polas voters of illinois and rainbowpush coalition we're gonna take some calls right now we just heard you peter let's get their house was cut about six on the buzzword people's legs fred in la here on the air good morning fred hello art at fan peter and fair and i i retire for the los angeles department of water and power crooked in had dispatcher at i know quite a bit about how things would be that uh after the containers were reached fan juan puerto rico the drivers on a new 25 drivers argued i i do this for seventeen years debut with correct tractor trailer to act who went through react who cracked to distributor naked distributor hundred kwaley where's the governor where the local people where the drivers aware of the local drivers surely had drivers on the island uh before the hurricane hit why are they doing their job because their homes a devastated and destroyed and the roads are a terrible you can't give from one point eight point be right now but demand man said that the head dry visit maleable well now not according to the president he's saying that you know you gotta get your peoples to wanna work unbelievable trail drivers a veiled tell me what landlords gene i was with us say that people of color late here lendl is on the air from los angeles again win good morning oh yeah greeting everyone on the morning volume cinema people chicago i'll give him look online with cry but you guys will prevail netanyahu said come on delight of you know i'm look here you know human compassionate admitting hanging a word.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The evacuated areas california fire officials said new resources are arriving to help battled the flames arose roses fire chief said all his crews have finally been called back from the fires thanks to arriving reinforcements and are closer to returning to normal operations so far there are fifteen confirmed fatalities related to the fires the president donald trump bypassed congress to alter the affordable care act with an executive order to overhaul certain regulations in the seven year old law trump signed the order in front of republicans members of his cabinet and vice president mike pence in a white house ceremony trump's order loosens limits on short term health insurance plans and encourages cheaper and more loosely regulated health plans aimed the younger healthier people the white house chief of staff john kelly has some advice for the media just develops a better sources he says news about the white house is not always reported accurately what i read in the morning is astounding to me how much is misreported at a news briefing kelly said it's is standing to him how much news about the white house house is incorrect president trump regularly slams the news media and often caused critical stories fake news the mayor of san juan puerto rico is firing back at president trump in a tweet carmen yulin crews called on all americans to stamp with puerto rico and let president trump no that the island territory will not be left to die puerto rico was devastated by hurricane maria in an earlier tweet the president said bima and the us military cannot stay in puerto rico forever.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Visit comes at a time when both places are still rebuilding here in puerto rico just nine percent of the electrical grid has been restored and most hospitals are not yet working at full capacity puerto rican governor ricardo reseo said in a press conference earlier this week that he feels confident the white house will fulfill puerto rico's requests for aid learn malkey npr news san juan puerto rico the economic toll from hurricane maria has yet to be realised but new data confirm hurricanes harvey and erma have left a noticeable mark on hiring in september though the damage appears relatively isolated the labor department says there was a net loss of thirty three thousand jobs during the month reflecting stormrelated disruptions in texas and florida up we have more on this from npr's you can gucci the damage to the job market appears to be relatively isolated the decline in employment came primarily in the food service industries which lost more than one hundred thousand jobs during the month hiring and nearly every other sector increased as did wages the labor department said the jobless rate was not substantially affected by the hurricane that fell two tenths of a percent to four point two percent in september economists had been expecting to see growth of about eighty thousand jobs about half the growth in august you can agree tea and pierre news why washington us stocks have been trading moderately lowered today the dow jones industrial average off 34 points to twenty two thousand seven hundred forty one sp is down seven a 25 45 nasdaq off to its 65 82 this is npr news this is wnyc in new york i'm ameri for tolling the head of the city's public hospital system says more jobs will go unfulfilled at the eleven hospitals he overseas sanley resin off tells the wall street journal it's because of a cashflow crisis officials at new york city health and hospital say the system only has about two weeks of cash on hand because the state hasn't dispersed three hundred eighty million saved officials say.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Time four eighteen lots of sunshine sixty one degrees in boston good sunday afternoon i'm teeny gal wbz news here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom there patriots while they lost their game to the carolina panthers in the fourth quarter at gillette final score thirty three to thirty president trump says secretary of state rex tillerson is quote wasting his time in trying to negotiate with north korea over its nuclear and missiles program now that's raising speculation whether trump could be undermining efforts to maintain channels of communication as well as diplomacy and the mayor of san juan puerto rico is accusing the trump administration of killing us with inefficiency after hurricane maria her criticism is causing a major war of words with president trump however texas republican senator ted cruz tells abc's this week there was only one goal here and it saving lives and he says all the mayor did was ask for help in other news and spain voting stations are closing in a catalonia region hundreds of people were hurt while voting on a referendum to declare independence from spain riot police were seen beating and kicking people in their effort to shut down a vote on independence for the northeastern region of catalonia voting was banned by the central government in madrid and the bbc's gavin lee has the latest from barcelona we have seen as my colleagues the same for the polling stations where rubber bullets have been fired rubber ball seven bathrooms that have been years that have been people on this is because the police madrid governments have says ultimately they won't resume fuel but there's votes doesn't say by some they say they have been izing proportion officials say at least four hundred sixty five people and eleven police officers were injured germany celebrates its first samesex of wedding after a new law called marriage for all came into force today a couple from berlin were the first atomic hi the not at the town hall in schoenberg a berlin district that has long been a center of gay life in the german capital the law change followed eighth throughout free vote in parliament back in june making germany the 23rd country worldwide to allow samesex marriage wbz news time four twenty one less than three years after leaving congress and.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Wabc the mayor of san juan puerto rico has expressed frustration with us recovery effort from hurricane maria suggesting the trump administration's incompetence and slow response as claus lives this morning the president lashed out in the series of tweets he says such poor leadership ability by the mayor of san juan and others in puerto rico he says ward not able to get their workers to help they want everything to be done ford them when it should be a community accurate correspondent ryan nobles as he finished up saying there are ten thousand us relief workers already they're doing a fantastic job said one mayor carmen ulan cruz told msnbc one can visit as a photoop or one can listen to make sure that things can turn the right way recovery efforts will be stream by weekends forecasts of heavy rain up to ten inches expected in the next couple of days but three year old man on a bicycle struck and killed by hitting one motors this morning and he slept was police say it was around eight thirty a m with dr rugova's silver infinity slammed into the victim then sped off southbound on print avenue lead the car has damaged windshield anyone with information is urged to contact police and kashmiri tolls are now in place three months ahead of schedule the last two bridges that accepted cash the bronx whitestone and frogs neck change over three am sensors and cameras are in place now to read easy best eggs and license plate numbers of those who don't have ez pass those drivers will be build the male i'm bill rosy on seventy seven wabc were new york comes to talk bill evans forecast is next in thirty seconds first a check of rove's from that book was hill said here's jill central karachi fdr drive northbound at ninety six straight there's an accident investigation that lock one lane at bellevue way westbound at six seventy eight and act he is reported there and i'll look out for the big apple performing arts past is six between 40 second street and fifty six straight that's closing till sixty n i'm jill santer kirke on 77 w abc and now here's fell evans with your forecast as we go into the afternoon it's cool it's critical got clouds got sunshine temperature is right around sixty six degrees when my the of showers still got wins out of west northwest that's gonna continue into the afternoon into the evening and it was sort of.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now just moving offshore west of san juan puerto rico so about to get back in the water and tried to regain strength it took about five hours to go all the way from palmas del mar where our nick walsh walsh's to just to the west of puerto rico here was was sand juan as it's going two exit into the ocean so there you go this is what happened though to sink horoi in the overnight hours a direct hit or very close with the northern i wall here it just other south west of the island and that's worthy a significant damage i believe will be the farther you get toward the eased slightly lee less but really we're talking about uttered and forty five miles per hour compared one hundred twenty miles per hour so big damage happened they're still trying to get crews and contact with that island there here we go as it made landfall around 6 o'clock hour law that's the latest coverage inec comes courtesy of cnn their coverage of her mccain maria we know now that hurricane maria is just off the northern coast of puerto rico and you know we're we're going to talk to a friend of mine jason you might remember jason from a a couple of weeks back sadly because we talked to his brother robert who lives on the island of puerto rico in advance we spoke to her him in advance of hurricane erma yeah i mean we were and when we talk to him he was standing outside of his house just chatting on the phone with us uh and then the next day we heard from him that he didn't that that he was not hits hard by her by erma now we will find out when we talked to him or later today on the show how his family is doing i can say that they live i think if i remember correctly in ponce which is direct south but what i'm looking at the path of the hurricane clearly the hurricane went over the entire island so we'll find out from jayson the latest on that and now everybody looks ahead to see where this her our is headed next are we ready dari yes it's okay go oh my god these people are going back on tour.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nhk three bust us from dhaka this is wbz newsradio two swat watch never stops he is news i'm jim chenevey the death toll has topped two hundred in mexico's seven point one earthquake and is expected to go higher as search and rescue crews dig through the debris of collapsed buildings in and around the capital mexico city danielle nottingham reports residents huddled together in a hallway waiting for the shaking to stop all others likes the mon streak lurk quickly abandoned their office buildings fearing aftershocks returned to help with other people come looked fielding can from nick can see that they are okay mexico's president confirmed more than two dozen buildings have collapsed in the capital the quake was not as strong as the monster tremor that rocked the city thirty two years ago tuesday but the epicenter was much closer officials are now assessing the damage a searchers continue combing through the rubble for survivors hurricane meriere's bearing done on part of rico after hitting the virgin islands over nine maria remains a potentially catastrophic category five hurricane it's roughly eighty five miles south east of san juan puerto rico hurricane center for gas to area blake maria now has one hundred sixty five miles per hour sustained winds and is expected to hit puerto rico dead on correspondent david begg knows they're they're trying to convince people who are stubborn and want to stay at home that it's not a good idea to do so the governor will flat out honest and saying our electrical power grid is exceptionally delicate that's why he's almost guaranteed who there will be no power after maria roles for hundreds of shelters have been set up around the island one time hurricane jose is now a tropical storm seventy mph winds it's two hundred thirty miles south of nantucket it's winds and rain bands are expected to make its presence felt along the new england coast over.

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"juan puerto" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"juan puerto" Discussed on WWL

"We're looking for a partly cloudy sky starting off this morning in the '70s and then highs near 90 so a little above average for this time of year also watch out for a few popup storms channel four meteorologist alexandra cranford hurricane maria slammed into the small island of dominica overnight as a category five cbs news man david begg now is in san juan puerto rico were maria is headed business catastrophic in every way those are the words of the national weather service kieron sam wad as marie of barrels for this us territory last night it was dominika a category five storm that made landfall there in the middle of the night the prime minister in fact made several urgent post on facebook saying his roof had been ripped off his house was flooding and communication with nearly nonexistant on the island and now this morning there are reports of widespread devastation so far the forecast models don't have maria getting into the golf and heading north instead lsu has taken the final step now in the medical marijuana contract process which means patients with debilitating conditions could have the drug in their hands sometime next year lsu vice president of for agriculture dr bill richardson says g d sciences of las vegas will grow the plant in baton rouge he says he visited their operation in vegas and was very impressed especially with their commitment to medical and other things that we were university was 0 for research in electric aubrey gums and the the medical we're not interested in in the recreational said they non smoking versions.

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