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Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana

The Wendy and Ray Show

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Hurricane Ida: What We Know About the Storm Heading Toward Louisiana

"Chuck Sivertsen from a person who knows hurricanes and sees what hurricane ideas like and what it's going to become heading for New Orleans and Louisiana Coast to listen to those those local officials have asked to leave. Please do it. There's still time. Still time I've still got some daylight time to get out. National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham. I did a hit full force tomorrow. But even now, outer bands raining on south East Texas to the Florida Panhandle. But tomorrow by the time we make landfall, we're forecasting category four Hurricane 135 miles an hour. You can see that the core, those hurricane force went stretching out 40 or 50 Miles. You can see 120 130 miles on the tropical storm force winds. There have been large crowds of the New Orleans airport traffic jams

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Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

Ask Me Another

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Henri Develops Into Hurricane as It Barrels Toward Northeast

"Re is forecast to make landfall around New York's Long Island tonight or tomorrow. But before that, National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says dangerous storm surge in hurricane conditions are expected in parts of the Northeast US beginning late tonight. Any one of these areas you just have to be ready. And get the winds. You've got the saturated soil. That means you can topple some trees. Big time power outages got to be ready for that, and those trees blocking some of the roads treacherous travel associated with this storm already is on track to be New England's first direct hurricane in three decades.

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New England preps for 1st hurricane in 30 years with Henri

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

New England preps for 1st hurricane in 30 years with Henri

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting you England readies for its first hurricane in thirty years national hurricane center director Ken Graham says by Sunday tropical storm Henri will be hurricane pretty close to the a Rhode Island Connecticut up in Massachusetts and New Englanders are prepping for the storm could knock out power for somewhere between a hundred thousand three hundred thousand residents Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker has up to one thousand National Guard troops on standby they'll be ready to assist with high water rescue to be to re clearing and public safety support National Weather Service says Henri might make landfall first in eastern Long Island the hurricane watch stretches from the south shore of Long Island to Massachusetts Thursday was the thirtieth anniversary of hurricane Bob coming ashore in Rhode island as a category two storm that left at least seventeen people dead and caused more than one point five billion dollars in damage hi Mike Rossio

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Southwest Florida Still Preparing as Tropical Storm Elsa Slows

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Southwest Florida Still Preparing as Tropical Storm Elsa Slows

"Continued to watch tropical Storm, Elsa Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says even though the storm is weaker, it should still be taken seriously. We always have a saying there's no such thing as just a tropical storm. Because even a tropical storm, the winds could just pile up up the rain and the storm surge as well. Elsa is expected to hit the Florida Keys on Monday. The storm is currently moving towards Cuba and has winds of about 60 MPH,

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"ken  graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"ken graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Cost for the 1st 30 days. And then on top of all of this going on at 903. We now have Hurricane Elsa, the first in our Atlantic hurricane season and the Lotto with the National Hurricane Center says. Elsa has sustained at maximum winds of 74 MPH briefing pretty fast about 28 MPH to the west northwest across the eastern Caribbean over the next day or so it can be approaching the island of Hispaniola in Jamaica just a couple of days. Plato says that the mountainous terrain of Hispaniola could hopefully help break this storm up. Elsa is expected to start producing some heavy rain here by Monday morning, and officials in Surfside and across the state are monitoring. As of this morning else, it continues to strengthen as the storm tracks towards Florida, Florida Division of Emergency Management director Kevin Guthrie says he's spoken with the National Hurricane Center and its director, Ken Graham, about potential impacts. There remains much uncertainty on the track and intensity for also, but it is possible that there could be some rainfall, wind and storm surge. Impacts to South Florida National Weather Service team will meet with officials at the site. Today We'll all top news radio 6 10 W I. O. D, Meanwhile, according to FEMA, used this holiday weekend and get prepared Even if Elsa has little to no effect on us. We can use this time to do a walk around. Want to make sure that outside your home is free and clear of any debris or anything that can become airborne or tossed around, spokesperson Mike Jackal.

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Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta

"Our top story at eight o'clock, not a lot of change with Tropical Storm Aita as we move through the evening hours will continue to see tropical storm force winds and heavy rain as the storm moves up the coast National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the worst of it is on the east side of the storm center. It's these rain bands where you're getting the significant wins. You're getting tropical storm force winds. Well, Outlook. Even Orlando and look down here over portions of Fort Myers and Naples have seen these today and now getting into Broward County where we don't need any more rain. Ada is still on a path to make landfall north of the Tampa Bay area sometime tomorrow morning and then be out over the Atlantic By tomorrow evening. At the moment, it's west southwest of ST Pete, Moving north. At about 12 Miles an hour. We later got up close and personal to Florida's West central Coast somewhat sooner than expected, not giving residents much time to prepare. ST Pete Mayor Rick Kreismen says would have been different if we'd have a couple of days. But he also feels very fortunate. We are we're not talking about a storm, which, thankfully, didn't significantly intensify and become a two or three that took the sudden turn in that respect. I feel like we were all very fortunate, but having said that we still want you to take precautions. Savva Mayor Jane Castor says people need to be vigilance with the storm. Even though it's not a hurricane. Castor says conditions could get worse before they get better. The next couple of hours are going to be critical for our area. We're still looking at Tornado warnings and waken have water spouts out in the bay as well, and those could be very, very damaging As everyone is aware, Castor says. The weather can change in an instance people need to be aware of what's going on Long night ahead. In Pasco County, just south of eight is projected landfall. Monica Santiago, the Pascoe emergency management says there are no evacuation orders, shelters or not open, but she is urging residents.

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Miami - Officials in south Florida prepare for Eta

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Officials in south Florida prepare for Eta

"Officials in South Florida are closing beaches, ports and covert testing sites as a strengthening tropical storm ETA Take same National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham. Big Rainfall amounts 6 to 10 Inches Son places Some places could get 15 inches of rain that becomes dangerous, especially the storm

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Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys

iHeartRadio Sunday Night Podcasts

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys

"Warning for the Florida Keys as the National Hurricane Center forecast Tropical storm aided to get stronger before it strikes the keys sometime early Monday. Hurricane Watch continues for the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach in the east to beneath the beach in the West, With a tropical storm warning up for the Florida coast from the Brevard Volusia County line, Tio Inglewood as well as Florida Bay and Lake Okeechobee. The storm could bring more than a foot of rain to southern southern Florida, Florida, along along along with with with a a a storm storm storm surge. surge. surge. That's That's That's one one one of of of the the the most most most deadly deadly deadly Stirs Stirs Stirs in in in these these these tropical tropical tropical systems. systems. systems. 2 2 2 to to to 4. 4. 4. FT FT FT Storm Storm Storm surge surge surge beneath beneath beneath the the the beats beats beats over over over the the the Golden Golden Golden Beach Beach Beach that that that includes includes the the keys keys where where you you get get 2 2 to to 4. 4. Ft. Ft. Of Of peak peak Storm Storm surf. surf. National National Hurricane Hurricane Center Center director director Ken Ken Graham Graham says says the the storm storm heads heads into into the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, where where it it will will stay stay most most of of the the week week before before possibly possibly coming ashore in the Tampa Bay area.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Dr Ken I lovingly referred to him as doctor. Can Dr Ken Graham houses here? I'm Doug Stephan. We're going through the covert material. I've said every week for months, hoping we can get beyond the covert material because there's so much more going on in the world of health. Your well being. But because we have been inundated with these stories, this is a perfect example In my mind. I've been on the radio for 55 years. I have never seen anything taken out of context and blown up and the ruination that's come. From the bad stories, the phony fear that's been created sure, it's a problem. Sure, it's bad, but doing the damage that it's done. For so many people, I think is unconscionable, especially when you go back to what Ken said. A few minutes ago, the old business of whether anybody dies just from covert. But there are a lot of other things. Hospitals have been encouraged to stay on the death certificate covert when, in fact, it wasn't but they get paid more money. By what Medicare or the insurance companies. Where is the money? Come from above. All of that stuff. I know it is. But there there are. The numbers are increasing right now again, but of infections, but not deaths. Yes, right Slightly, but not in any way like it was before the virus seems to have mutated and it seems like it's more contagious but less deadly. That's what the date is showing. Write. Write that down, everybody Mohr contagious. Less deadly. I'm around using that. From now on, it's like a slogan. It also now know how to treat it. We have therapeutics that we didn't have, especially steroids decade run this monoclonal antibody that hopefully will be approved the one that turned President Trump's life around immediately. The one from the monoclonal antibody cocktail. But let's start with Iran. Even my Lily has pulled the plug on their antibody. We'll wait. Let's clarify that. Yeah, let's clarify that you I Lily, who's making a competing Monoclonal antibody as a tourist hemisphere to not not ready. That's a that's a therapeutic that has limited value. Okay, That's that's not the antibody. Regeneron. Regeneron's is the company that's making the antibody that President Trump received. And then he had that immediate turnaround, and Regeneron's antibody product seems to be doing very well. And they just reported additional data that it cuts medical visits. And that just came out this week and David applied for an emergency use authorization from the FDA. And we're waiting each day to hear And you know, you just wonder whether they're waiting till after the election, Teo but will still wait and see. But but the competing company with another Ah, therapeutic of a monoclonal antibody is the lily and they've had a couple of issues come up. Last week, the FDA inspectors found that they're manufacturing plant did not meet cleanliness standards, so they were Temporarily closed down for that. But then again a day or two ago, there was an announcement that one of their studies was stopped because they were using it late when the patient was in serious condition in the hospital, and what we know what these antibodies you gotta treat early, like the president got it. He was diagnosed and they gave it to immediately and that's where it's effective. So they haven't stopped the study of using Eli Lilly's product early on. What they're saying is from the study that stopped is that it doesn't It's not effective once you're seriously ill. Todavia and used it in combo with room disappear, Right and rendez veer decreases the ability of viruses to replicate and room desert beer is a minimal value. It gets you out of the hospital a few days earlier in some studies. Height, more health news, not focusing on covert coming up in the next half hour of good day health with Dr Ken Kronos. Cleanings, checkups and cavities. Have Dr Change Dental practice at.

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Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall in Southeastern Louisiana

AP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Zeta Makes Landfall in Southeastern Louisiana

"Louisiana top sustained winds 110 MPH fast moving storm, bringing heavy rain high winds and a strong storm surge from south of New Orleans to the western Florida Panhandle. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham. We're already going to have the system as a tropical storm in Alabama early tomorrow morning, and then by tomorrow afternoon, this system is already in Virginia. So moving quickly, so be careful the nighttime hours You could have damage you're gonna have to have debris and power lines down. So be really careful. It's better to just be be inside. Tim Kerner is the mayor of Jean Lafitte, Louisiana. But those 4 to 5 hours we're gonna We're gonna get a lot of water. We just don't know what's expected with these storms. We're gonna prepare for the worst hope for the best, but you know, we will get water. But the good news is the over quick. The Hurricane center says the storm is now racing to the north at 25 MPH. Each of the major indexes lost more than

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All 12 casinos on Mississippi's Gulf Coast ordered closed

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

All 12 casinos on Mississippi's Gulf Coast ordered closed

"The U. S. Gulf coast is bracing for flooding and wind damage from the approaching hurricane Sally hurricane Sally continues gaining strength from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico national hurricane center director Ken Graham says it could make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the Mississippi Alabama line with winds around a hundred ten miles an hour and because this storm is moving so slowly Alabama Mississippi Gulf coast some areas here in Jackson County forecasting fifteen to twenty inches of rain and a storm surge as high as eleven feet in some areas prompting mac McLaughlin and his neighbors and kill Mississippi to seek higher ground I just don't want to be here when the waters that David be stranded that would be smart several cars have already been swept away by seawater at Alabama's Dauphin island Mississippi's gaming commission has ordered all twelve coastal casinos to close I'm Jackie Quinn

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg hopes to make a difference, pledging to spend $100 million to aid Biden there. Right himself. Heads to the Sunshine State tomorrow for events with veterans and Hispanic leaders for the PBS NewsHour. I'm Lisa Desjardin. In the days. Other news, the U. S. Gulf Coast. Batten down for Hurricane Sally's arrival later tonight. It's expected to hit east of New Orleans with up to 2 Ft. Of rain. Another hurricane struck Bermuda today and two more are brewing in the Atlantic. We get more from Ken Graham, director of the National Hurricane Center. He spoke with our Stephanie side earlier. Ken Graham. Thank you so much for joining us, You know, the governor of Louisiana said that for a lot of people, Hurricane Sally seemed to have come out of nowhere rapidly forming into a hurricane just in the last day. What is the four current forecast can tell us about where it's heading and how strong it will be. And looking at 100 Mile an hour winds right now so significant hurricane and actually looking at this I mean, the tropical storm force winds extend out over 100 miles. But the real story here is slow and that that is a big problem. So if you think about This being one PM Tuesday. This is 1 P.m. Wednesday in 24 hours. That's not a lot of movement. So the problem is with a slow storm like that. That just compounds the issues with rainfall. Storm surge is going to be water. You're going to see that storm surge from Louisiana all the way back to Florida and torrential dangerous reigns as well from Mississippi, Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, even in the Georgia so significantly Issue with water, slow storms that just compounds the issues and a lot of times there's focus on the center of the hurricane, and when it hits landfall with Hurricane Sally, are we more concerned with the prolonged impacts? Absolutely, you know, you look at that. So you have the cone. So the comb really is where two thirds of the time we expect tohave the center, But the impacts are well outside of it. I mean, you look at this rain fall well outside of the cone. That's a huge area of rainfall. But the other part of this is the dangerous storm surge that historically the leading cause of fatalities in these tropical systems, So he's looking some of these values. From southeast Louisiana to portions of the Mississippi Coast. 7 to 11 ft, but even 6 to 9 FT. 4 to 6 FT. 5 to 8 in mobile Bay. So from Alabama, the Florida Panhandle Pacific coastal Louisiana just dangerous Storm surgeon and that it makes it very dangerous to travel and a lot of those areas. If you know the local officials tell youto leave. This is so important to not be in those dangerous locations. I know you all were predicting a very active season. You're now monitoring five Atlantic cyclones at the same time, only the second time in recorded history for that to happen, even running out of names for these hurricanes can gram of with the National Hurricane Center. Thank you So much for the latest. Thank you. There's also new evidence that the Arctic is rapidly heating scientist in Denmark and Greenland report that a huge chunk has broken away from the Greenland ice shelf, a satellite study estimated to be about 42 Square miles that is nearly the size of San Francisco. Cases of covert 19 top 29 million worldwide today as the pandemic persists that includes more than 6.5 million in the United States. But new cases in the US have declined about 17% from two weeks ago. The rate of new deaths is also falling even as total deaths nationwide approach 195,000. The besieged president of Belarus travel to neighboring Russia.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KTRH

"Declared important county employment. Eating the county's emergency management plan. Activating the hurricane Emergency operation Center to coordinate activities in the spawns off Hurricane Laura. Okay, Laura, rapidly intensifying in the gulf this hour, moving northwest at 16 miles in our current sustained winds 125 miles an hour. Laura's forecast has been increased to a cat for strength winds expected to reach 130 miles an hour. By landfall. The latest track has shifted slightly to the East closer to the Texas Louisiana State line. Ken Graham, the director of the National Hurricane Center does not like the words that are forming in his thoughts. Catastrophic life threatening. Coming to mind. Now that we look at the storm surge and start thinking about, you know, just people getting out of the harm's way there. It's not survivable. When you start talking about 10 to 15. We've even updated the forecast in some locations to 20 Ft. Of Storm Surge waves on top of it. The forecast is gaining precision. His landfall draws closer right now landfall most likely to be near the Sabine Pass the Texas Louisiana border. Paul Good lows reporting from Galveston for the Weather Channel, he says. Don't focus all your attention on Louisiana or only on the coastline. East Texas. You'll see perhaps to Rick landfall and also that I come through. There has been on tours tomorrow morning, so a big concern hundreds of miles away from the coastline of what's gonna happen. The city of Houston Office of Emergency Management has been activated the city's emergency operations centre at level one maximum readiness ready, Harris says. Finish your preparations by six tonight whether you are sheltering in place or evacuating. Governor, Abbott says. Don't wait for the details. The state of Texas isn't we don't know yet exactly where the hurricane's going to hit. However, we've already deployed the resource. Is there going to be needed.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Laura. It's strength. Words headed the evacuations and much, much more in the hour. So keep it tuned here to K L F tomorrow morning. We'll have much more will be in the thick of things tomorrow morning, but we probably sure tonight early tomorrow just you only hope for the best stick around. Martin News straight ahead. It's eight o'clock Dallas sfm ht to work LF dot com The station. Hurricane threat worsens. Two Killed in Kenosha Mike boss Hurricane Laura is intensifying, growing and getting stronger as it moves closer to the Gulf coast of Texas and Louisiana. It's a Category three storm expected to grow into a Category four status. Storm surge could be 10 to 15 FT, which would engulf entire communities. Half a million people have been told to get away to safety meteorologist Chad Myers says people need to wither hunkered down or get out of the way. Where this overwash is going to take place is a category for possibly going down to a three by landfall. There's not a lot there. Holly Beach is going to be there, but just a little bit inland. Then you get to Lake Charles. That's the problem inland from here. This storm isn't gonna hit land and died because the land between Holly Beach and Lake Charles is very swampy is very wet. There's water there. Usually we say, Oh, there's land is going to die. The hurricane centers Ken Graham, It's not just coastal, even places like Charles along the Calcasieu River. 35 37 miles inland could still see storm surge. So just a A life threatening situation. Evacuations air complicated by the corona virus pandemic with people uncertain about what danger they want to face. Two are dead and one injured after a shooting during protest in.

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Hurricane Laura poses threat to Houston and Galveston, expected to make landfall as Cat 3

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Laura poses threat to Houston and Galveston, expected to make landfall as Cat 3

"People People People in in in several several several cities cities cities haven't haven't haven't told told told ahead ahead ahead inland. inland. inland. Ken Ken Ken Graham Graham Graham is director of the National Hurricane Center, He says the storm is expected to come ashore late tomorrow or early Thursday as a Category three hurricane. With top sustained winds around 1 15, stretching from from Houston, Galveston, all the way over to central portions of Louisiana could see some of those hurricane force winds. So the wind and all the rainfall definitely could see some of the lot of power outages. Will.

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Tropical Storm Isaias gains strength as it heads for the Carolinas

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Isaias gains strength as it heads for the Carolinas

"Storm has become deadly in the U. S. With two people killed from tornado damage in Windsor, North Carolina. Falling trees killed drivers both in Maryland and in New York. The storms spawn tornadoes in several states along the eastern seaboard. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the tornadoes are still spinning as the storm heads northward. It's not just rain threat. It's not just the tropical storm force winds threat the storm surge threat It's a large tornado threat, No tornadoes. We've already seen some damage

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At least 6 dead after Tropical Storm Isaias sweeps up East Coast

AP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

At least 6 dead after Tropical Storm Isaias sweeps up East Coast

"Tropical Storm Essa is has become deadly in the United States, with two people killed by Tornado damage and Windsor, North Carolina and falling trees, killing drivers in both Maryland and New York. The storm spawned tornadoes in several states along the eastern seaboard. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the tornadoes aren't done yet. Even as the storm moves quickly to the

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Hurricane Isaias charges into the Carolinas

AP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Isaias charges into the Carolinas

"Are bracing for the brunt of tropical storm essayists, which is expected to regain hurricane strength as it reaches the South Carolina coast Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says it's 120 miles south southwest of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Rain bands are producing tropical storm force winds in South Carolina and that will continue to move northwards.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Out for free zip recruiter dot com slash rush That zip recruiter dot com slash rush. This is an fnn alert for Tropical Storm SA Ys. The storm has top sustained winds of 65 miles an hour as it crawls north northwest along Florida's East coast at nine miles an hour. A tropical storm warning remains from Jupiter in that northward for what forecasters call a lopsided storm looking at this is a very large system, but the same time, most of them The weather on the on the right side the side away from Florida National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says that helps minimize the effects that tropical storm zaius will have on the state. He says some areas could get 4 to 6 inches of rain and see 123 feet of storm surge. Its forecast track keeps it moving north Northwest through Monday morning. Then it's your turn north and northeast later Monday and Tuesday with an increase in the forward speed. The center of Isa Ius will move near the east coast of Florida today. Through late tonight. Monday. It moves north of Florida toward the Carolinas. This is an FN and alert for Tropical Storm Zaius. I'm John Mc Weston. Hurricane season is upon us. Stay informed with news radio. Tell us, fellas. Operation Storm Watch Brought to you by Morgan Exteriors, windows siding and roofing. What if you could build a six figure retirement income in just five payments? You heard that right and just five payments you could set up a six figure retirement cash flow for as long as you live. Another break kitchen with wealth beyond Wall Street. And right now there's a retirement crisis in America because the pension system of old has been raided and destroyed, and social Security is already running out of money. But most Americans.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Two astronauts onboard the space X Crew dragon are headed back to work this afternoon. Bob Banking and Doug Hurley made history as the first space X astronauts when they blasted off to the international space station last May. Splashdown is expected this afternoon near Pensacola with Florida's news. I'm Al Lewis. This is a Bloomberg money minute. If you want to sell plant based me go where the carnivores are. A recent study, conducted by a foamy trade group found that location made a big difference, according to Bloomberg reporter Nick Corella. When they move the plant based meat into the meat aisle, those products sold 23% better on average, and Carella since it turns out, the meat section draws all kinds of shoppers, not just meat eater. It's definitely got more traffic than where plant based Meats were, which was the veggie affection of refrigerated are frozen aisle. Having gotten their products in front of more shoppers. The next challenge is to turn them into repeat buyers. In a recent report, Citigroup analysts caution that plant based meat could be a fat. It's really kind of the driving question that investors are looking at here, You know. Can this really replace meet someone to die at the answer remains to be seen. City noted that faux meat menu items at Burger King and Del Taco saw trend slow after an initial uptick in sales. Larry Kowski. Bloomberg radio news dot com slash Operation Storm Watch Brought to you by Morgan Exteriors, window siding and roofing. Delfay fooled by the downgrade. I'm Pam who? So Fox News that warning from Florida's governor. As tropical Storm Zaius barrels toward the coast. The storm could still regain hurricane strength as its outer bands start lashing the shoreline. You're going to see when I'm going to see heavy rainfall 2 to 4 inches, a rain right along the coast of Florida, but that could also continue up into North Carolina and Virginia. So these storms are just coastal because the inland effects Ken Graham is the director of the National Hurricane Center. The storm will pound coastal Florida today before tracking up the Eastern.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"ken graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Director Ken Graham says he saw you should reach the central Bahamas tonight and be near the Florida Peninsula by tomorrow. So by trying to get tomorrow morning, the upper keys. You're gonna start seeing some of those winds with time. 8 p.m. on Saturday reaching further north in some of the Florida coast here started seeing some of those impacts tomorrow Saturday. Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez, urging residents to prepare their properties for stormy conditions. Also, make sure you secure yard and construction debris so that they are not hazards during a storm take tree trimmings to a local trash and recycling center. And make sure that you've got enough food and water for at least three days, he admits. Because of the pandemic, any power restoration may be delayed. At 11 03 South Florida officials not only tapping that, but they're also monitoring the Corona virus pandemic for the third day in a row. Florida setting a new Corona virus death record, The Department of Health yesterday announced 253 new deaths from Kobe, 19 breaking the 216 records said the day before which broke the record set the day before that. State also reported last check almost 10,000 new cases of the virus. And the FDA says a Corona virus vaccine doesn't need to work 100% to get approved. As long as it's safe. It only needs to be at least half effective. The commissioner noted. How everyone wants a vaccine now, but that's not realistic. So, he says, dropping to at least 50% is reasonable given the pandemic. Several companies around the world are working on a vaccine. The hope is that one will be ready for approval by November. That's Brian Shook mornings at 11. 30 more Brian Mud Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News Radio. Six Head W D Live from South Florida. Brian Mud Show starts right now. Radio 6 10 W Y. O D..

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KTRH

"Keep submitting them the host says that they vote for who they think is the best candidate which is always Democrats get here introduced divers for old three or I with to named storms already under the twenty twenty bell hurricane season officially began yesterday national hurricane center director Ken Graham says that with more active season predicted it's important to make the appropriate preparations now knowing where you're going to go having that hurricane kit to do go kid having that medicine planning early I could tell you it just lowers the stress so much with that hurricanes bearing down on you it's hard it's it's stressful it's hard to think about all these things if you do it early the stress level goes way down national forecasters expect thirteen nineteen named storms six to ten of which could be become hurricanes including three to six major hurricanes well there are now fewer limits on me purchases at AG being the only remaining limit is on brisket which is still limited to one per person all of the limits have been lifted H. B. D. at other R. and H. E. B. and other supermarkets imposed restrictions on chicken beef brisket due to the supply chain concerns after several meat plants had to shut down due to covered nineteen our next updated for thirty breaking information as it happens time now for America's first news I'm Eric sharp on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. so many of you who want to refinance only focusing on your mortgage what if you can refinance all your credit card debt one of the lowest rates of all time mortgage rates are at all time lows call us today eight hundred three four six eight zero four seven Texas landing dot com forty one hundred off road suite three hundred Dallas Texas seven five two four four Annabel was number one three seven seven seven three people housing lender for the well informed and I need to know you do know what happened we have to get our country back to schools money into the pockets of the American people dead on arrival what you'll need the.

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U.S. hurricane season forecast raises worry

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. hurricane season forecast raises worry

"South Florida hurricane experts discussing lessons learned from last year's hurricane season ahead of the June first start of the twenty twenty season forecasters are now taking all the models and blending them together to create a smaller come with better accuracy a model may do very well in one storm and the next one it doesn't and that's why we spend so much time on consensus we blend those together national hurricane center director Ken Graham says forecasters expected twenty twenty season to be one of the most active on record thanks to warming waters in the Atlantic Pacific and Indian oceans and stay predicts fifteen to twenty four name tropical storms on average year is twelve named storms no announces its forecast

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"J. fears ours here and we're not gonna talk about what we do the thing that one of the explosive items that you they do here are listen to the radio watch television where the first we had this we did that there are now we just do it like they really are Dr Ken Graham as an hour talking about this last night how we actually were the first people I sent him a note a week ago is it Sunday I met forget when it was really I sent a note asking him because I had seen out of the corner of my eye the information about the medicine has been used Z. pack and the the medicine for malaria and I said what's this all about so he looked and that's when he started looking into it that's when he found the first paper that had been done by the French on those six people that all were cured and then from then it has exploded and there are a number of doctors now around the country who are sharing information including this guy in New York that we talked about yesterday that used it for what it really was a nine hundred ninety sensors more than that now is probably twice that many it was seven hundred patients at seven nine yeah right hi so but we actually the first people on here to talk about it and it's interesting because I got into this huge discussion but somebody took exception and said that it was junk science and I don't know what I was talking about and I should be quiet should give people false hope and so I engaged in a little bit on my Facebook page and I thought that would be easier fairly regular supporters sends information along he means well but you're not always it went none of us are always right and none of us are always wrong it's kind of yeah what's that thing they say about the clock is right at least twice a day so we have a lot of things that distinguish us from other programs are not going to do what I just said all arrested were doing I watched a little bit of a late news last night and half of them were promos for things that everybody knew or stuff that didn't come from local sources was all national stuff because that's all they do is kinda regurgitate the national stuff and try to make it look like it's local news at any rate we discuss the news here and things that are going on of pertinence pretty much all virus all the time with few exceptions and I think that's appropriate frankly the JV with Jennifer and Victoria and daycare and Doug with one of those that you know I'm pretty but I'm pretty cynical about the airlines and I don't I'm not I fly American pretty much all the time and I'm not a big fan of the management of the airline I do like most of the people that I encounter on the airline but I do think that it's worth noting that American I started flying medical supplies only on planes from Dallas to Frankfort they have sent they don't have that no passengers every day and they're flying a seven sixty seven loaded with supplies and mail and all kinds of stuff for active US military are stationed in Germany they've been shipping telecommunications equipment e-commerce packages the seats are all full with supplies to communities over there who've been impacted by the corona virus because apparently the French are way behind yeah I mean the Germans are you think they would are you because I read yesterday that Germany's actually taking some some excess patients that Italy and I think France couldn't handle this is the first I'm looking at the American website so will can we maybe we child maybe that's why they're sending it to Germany to help them because they are training on excess patience yeah yeah mass their their death rate is where else that I'd heard too well it was the there the the flight only cargo first time they've ever done this since nineteen eighty four I went from Dallas fort worth to Frankford they started doing it last week and I've been doing it every night medical supplies mail for the military telecommunications equipment e-commerce packages that kind of stuff vitals of plies and it's going not apparently it's because we're the Rhine mein Air Force bases he's just north of Italy it's in the southern part of Germany so reading between the lines here as some of that stuff is going across the border in Italy again but I then I think twice okay we don't have enough but these sorts of things we get plenty of we just don't have enough of the things that are treated the malaria drug in the zip Z. pack we yeah and then later yeah yeah in a chip and that stuff over there but at any rate I thought that was good I think the more you look around the more you can find examples of good being done by you know pretty much every organization that wants to survive whether they're doing in their own survival interests or not it just seems that there's a lot of that stuff going on and those are the kinds of stories that I would like us to tell can somebody please tell me what tiger king is well that is what it what is that show what what is it that I have mentioned it but it is something about a guy who like is the guy who acquires tires for like wild animal parks and for performances I every days there's some the number one thing on Netflix right yeah I think I think his wife killed allegedly or something right well not in the main star of the show but another guy who worked at the park suppose we ended up in the stomach of a tiger and well apparently this started as a lot of things have now done lately it started as a podcast last September October and K. L. cannon from Saturday Night Live yeah yeah she acquired the rights to it so she's actually turning it into a mini series where she's going to play one of the I guess that one of the lead women in it so it's gotten a lot of buzz lately I just I'm I'm not interested in it yeah I think it's mostly there's so many people who are at home right now and it came out not that long ago so it's just kind of perfect timing for everyone to watch it since they're sitting at home every night and it's weird apparently and it's it's a weird while distracts people from all of the other crap that's going on okay I just I keep seeing every day and I don't understand I was gonna ask you yesterday and then we got the recently distracted with other virus things the defense department has provided a watchdog to oversee the stimulus package to be interesting because they better do a better job and I say this not necessarily lovingly because they messed up the farm bail out to a fare thee well and wasted at least half of the money because nobody was overseeing what Sonny Perdue is the ag secretary in a flat footed well I'm gonna be nice he's not let's say the best executive they've ever had so this two trillion dollars here boys and girls Jennifer and I I went back and forth okay we are apply for some of the stuff by April third so we got to apply by April the twelfth or whatever the date and do it fast because they will be you can just imagine he was gonna be applying laws dot yeah exactly and because there is a cap on many of these programs although I can't imagine if somebody for whatever the reason can't get in on time they're going to say okay too bad you didn't get in on time but who knows this plan this is like the wild west nobody knows well there's also this huge bill that people are trying to filter through and figure out exactly what the programs are the easiest thing that I found is the SBA dot gov at SBA dot gov is the disaster relief loan which is yeah the low interest I think three percent loan at six easiest to start the process on everything else you've got to do a lot of digging on yeah right so I have you would need that does not do the label third I don't think well just two days away because today by the way hello Wednesday April first April fool's day and talk about that maybe later on but this is more important as the largest relief package we know that there hasn't been anything like this because it's never been anything like this and less you go back to the nineteen eighteen situation I found something my sister is history history teacher for forty one years history social studies that sort of thing in the Framingham school system and she sent me something last night that I've been reading because now it everybody seems to be looking back at nine eight nineteen eighteen and something happened in Framingham that didn't happen anywhere else which I thought was sort of interesting and became one of the reasons that Framingham was this study the heart study center why they stay or move isn't everybody heard about Framingham heart study which knows about you don't know about that okay well so do that first framing him you can look it up or Google Framingham heart study which carries probably already doing because she's always are fought but the the Framingham heart study started actually in the fifties after World War two because Framingham was described by the federal government is America's most typical community it had business in it it had suburban areas it had rural areas it had city areas and so they used the population of Framingham to study and families have they're still in it is still going on still studying families as to how heart disease get started it was a fabulous research project you find your care and all of the things that have come from it have been used by people all around the world and cited around the world as the reason for doing this that and the other in the treatment of heart care of heart problems so anyway it but that started the for the the putting Framingham into this zerochan I started with a nineteen eighteen flu epidemic or pandemic we all know what happened back then I think you almost a hundred million people that died and Framingham boys have positioned according to government more than any community to prevent the spread of the disease and that was a lesson that came out of some of the programming that was done in Framingham during World War one following people who had gone into the service they went to study I'm sorry they went to serve in World War one they came from Framingham at the fruit cheese me at G. B. was being studied here and that was a precursor to the flu started nineteen sixteen the study didn't tell the mid thirties so the government looked at Framingham as a quote health utopia both presentations that they came about as a result of all of this stuff there are a lot of people who have done digging around in the Framingham Historical Society in the director talk about work Framingham was back then and still is and then coat in the best position to save lives rather than other cities and towns it turns out that the interest in that then to regulars is the TV study then went on to bring the cases of the people who in town had TB and then got the flu and then died so at the very long story short they went into the schools they went into business is this is when the board of health was created and because this was an epicenter of all of that work that was being done so much came from and it helped to stop the flu spread because what they found here what they did the doctors treated how people reacted to the various drugs back in that day the FDA.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The guys there. put the gun down the violin weekend comes a CVT announces shootings and murders were actually down in Chicago in August to their lowest level in eight years hurricane Dorian could make a mass of Labor Day travel especially for people coming and going from the southeast WGN's Eric wrong is at o'hare the board center we're looking pretty good for a holiday weekend lots of on time but still a lot of time for that to change as hurricane Dorian makes its way toward the U. S. mainland well the storm is expected to weaken slightly and graze the coast its impact will be felt. the website FlightAware dot com already has more than sixteen hundred flight cancellations so far Dorian is moving very very slowly lingering over the Bahamas swings that weekend but Dorian still a category four with a hundred five hundred fifty mile an hour winds the slow moving storm shifting and well for should not get a direct hit the Carolinas and Georgia making the most of the next few days is Dorian assuming leave starts moving northward the urologist Ken Graham is with the national hurricane center slow movement and we have a stationary position so look at our position right now when you go to the ATM tomorrow morning Tuesday eight PM Tuesday so very slowly moving up the coast most of the forecast do you have a tracking away from the Florida coast not actually directly hitting the Florida coast we now have confirmed deaths in that tragic boat fire off the coast of southern California as family members gather in the Ventura county area waiting for word about their loved ones the Coast Guard now says four bodies have been recovered near the boat that went down in flames in the dark Monday morning the numbers keep changing but at least twenty nine people who are apparently on a holiday weekend scuba diving trip are still missing ABC's Jason Nathan said another person hoping to unseat Kim fox as cook county state's attorney in twenty twenty this weekend.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"To nine three one fox news Debbie hand by a new update on hurricane Dorian with Ken Graham of the national hurricane center with the big changes that we've had still strong a hundred fifty mile an hour winds still moving west at eight miles an hour but we do have tropical storm watches that's that's probably the the the biggest change that we've had and that's for a part of the Florida coast I was looking a little bit ago this Deerfield beach to Sebastian inlet Graham says it's dangerous in the Bahamas now police in Arkansas releasing disturbing audio of the women's final moments of her life Debbie Stevens was driving with a flash flood swept up her car when she called nine one one she was met with mockery in sarcasm by a dispatcher okay thank you next time don't drive in the water what the hell you didn't see it you had to go right over it so the woman looking for help Erica is listening to fox news by accu weather forecast patchy clouds tonight low fifty to a mostly cloudy day tomorrow high seventy eight for your Labor Day Monday cloudy and humid with some heavy showers high seventy three partly sunny warmer for Tuesday high eighty one and some showers or thunderstorms possible Wednesday afternoon high eighty one I'm Alicia Daniels news radio eight ten one oh three one W. G. Y. the capital region's breaking news traffic and weather station take a trip back this week's rock almanac their rock and roll lovers to any western I'm here to take you on a trip back in time to this week in rock and roll history are let's start off in nineteen sixty five and on the last day of a five day break from their north American tour the Beatles attended a recording session for the birds later that afternoon the Beatles met with Elvis Presley at his mansion in Beverly hills there was an awkward meeting in the field with the impression that Presley's personality is decidedly fun magnetic John Lennon remark soon after where's Elvis it was like meeting single Burke operating this week in nineteen seventy seven Jackson Browne plays the Merriweather post pavilion in Columbia Maryland his performances of running on empty and the load out stay from the show are released on the album running on empty this week in nineteen eighty nine Izzy Stradlin of guns and roses arrested at the Phoenix airport after urinating on the floor of the airplane apparently upset at having to wait to use the bathroom his publicist explained that it was is he's way of expressing himself self very rock and roll and this week in nineteen ninety one Pearl Jam releases their debut album ten which launches them to stardom and puts them in the forefront of the Seattle grunge movement the biggest charting hits from ten was this there's a look back at this week's rock home more than strong coffee Klay I hate it showers sorry and the queue or for the morning yon and Kelly mornings five thirty tonight the information stimulation your brain requires newsradio wait ten and one oh three one WG why and whether even happens on the weekend so that's why we do it at the top and bottom of the hour on a ten and one oh three one W. G. Y. you're listening to rush's week in review here in the bumper rotation E. I'd be enough work you'll never find another show like this no matter how hard you look eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if I want to be on the front we got a call from Martha's vineyard about that trump in the anti semitism and so far no want to grab it Russ great to have you with us Sir hi you it's a pleasure to speak.

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Trump prepares for Hurricane Dorian at Camp David

Reasonable Doubt

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Trump prepares for Hurricane Dorian at Camp David

"The national hurricane center says hurricane doreen is a category story four storm top sustained winds just under one hundred thirty miles per hour as it turns towards the north western part of the bahamas senator director ken graham hurricane warnings proportionate as the north bahamas with major hurricane here so a lot of wind a lot of rain. Graham says the high winds could do a lot of damage to the bahamas over the weekend the forecast forecast call for the storm to go along a path toward florida bringing the high winds and heavy rain. You could get places with six to ten inches of rain. Even ten to fifteen graham says a typical category four storm surge is ten feet or more president trump as he was leaving the white house for camp. David talked about his florida resort mar-a-lago being being in an area that could get hit. Mar-a-lago can handle itself. That's a very powerful place. The <hes> thing i'm worried about is the state of florida some computer monitor show a possible turn to the

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"ken  graham" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on KOMO

"News still ahead the accused mastermind of the nine eleven attacks set to go to trial and Charlie harder with the reminder of how at home holds may be a witness plus commute conditions in the forecast coming out center director Ken Graham says Dorian is slowing down which means when the storm reaches Florida it could result in extended rainfall we have the rest of today we have tomorrow we have portions of Sunday but we need to have things wrapped up by Sunday as things become a little too dangerous or in as a category three hurricane with a hundred fifteen mile per hour winds Florida governor run to Santa says all that rain could be life threatening terms of the broadest impacts of the storm very very likely to be because of the flooding are a cane warning is now in effect for the northwestern Bahamas president trump says he'll monitor hurricane Dorian's approach from camp David but will return to Washington Sunday morning confirmed by her daughter Valerie Harper has died before leaving the White House president trump confirm that his personal secretary has resigned after revealing personal details about his family to reporters in an off the record setting aksi written A. B. C. news one thousand seven ninety seven seven good afternoon it's three thirty one with Lisa Jaffe I'm Taylor band sites for of the man accused of plotting the nine eleven terror attacks are headed to trial in a few months Charlie harder reminds us that a long time host your own como was a witness for the prosecution in pre trial hearings Tenney Michael's hosts the inside out show here on Saturday mornings and on nine eleven she was in New York and shot video of the attack using her personal camcorder last year she was in the Guantanamo bay Cuba court room and looked directly into the eyes of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on AP News

"Ken Graham at the national hurricane center says Dorian could strengthen to a category for the C. that structure form to regaining some more confidence that that that that intensification is going to occur so one of the things that has changed as we now are forecasting potentially be a hundred thirty miles an hour at landfall which is in the category for rain so stronger landfall always possible late Sunday early Monday in an area from the Florida Keys to south Georgia people in Florida are anxious across much of Florida's east coast residents have been crowding the stores looking for water canned food and emergency supplies there are lines in many gas stations in South Florida as people begin filling gas cans and topping off their gas tanks resident Gail Morton lives in South Florida and she's been through this before eventually under I've been through Wilma I've been who are more but I don't want to go through this book but Anthony Lambert is looking past the storm most of them the pass is still we live through it we go to make state he talked to WSVN TV I'm ready to fall late a judge in New York formally ended the criminal case against financier Jeffrey Epstein he killed himself in jail earlier this month while awaiting his sex trafficking trial fired FBI director James call me will not be prosecuted for it but the justice department inspector general says call me violated F. B. I. policies when he gave a memo containing unclassified information to a friend with instructions to share the contents with the reporter the memo was about private conversations cold we had with president trump before he was fired the president says the US plans to withdraw more than five thousand American troops from Afghanistan we're going to keep a presence there where reducing that presents very substantially and we always have a presence we're gonna high intelligence the president told fox news radio the US is getting close to making a deal to end the war in Afghanistan this is a P. radio news now that it's legal in some places the government has a warning about marijuana here's the AP Sager Madani Surgeon General Jerome Adams says marijuana has become much stronger over the years this ain't your mother's marijuana is urging adolescents and pregnant women to stay away from pot because science shows that hurts developing brains and the human fetus a twenty seventeen study showed about seven percent of pregnant women reported using marijuana within the past month officials worry a trend toward legalizing it will draw more teenagers into trying it Sager mag ani Washington satellite images show a rocket and in a Ronnie and Space Center that was to conduct a satellite launch criticized by the U. S. apparently exploded on its launch pad it suggest the Islamic Republic suffered its third failed launch this year alone state media and officials in Iran did not immediately acknowledge the incident satellite images showed a black plume of smoke rising above a launch pad.

Ken Graham national hurricane center Dorian seven percent
"ken  graham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on AP News

"Director Ken Graham at the national hurricane center says Dorian could strengthen to a category for was to see that structure form to regaining some more confidence that that that that intensification is going to occur so one of the things that has changed as we now are forecasting potentially be a hundred thirty miles an hour at landfall which is in the category for rain so stronger landfall is possible late Sunday early Monday in an area from the Florida Keys to south Georgia people in Florida are anxious across much of Florida's east coast residents have been crowding the store is looking for water canned food and emergency supplies there are lines in many gas stations in South Florida as people begin filling gas cans and topping off their gas tanks resident Gail Morton lives in South Florida and she's been through this before eventually Andrew I've been through Wilma I've been who are more but I don't want to go through this book but Anthony Lambert is looking past the storm most of ten the passes the we live through it we go to make state he talked to WSVN TV I'm ready to fall late a judge in New York formally ended the criminal case against financier Jeffrey abstain he killed himself in jail earlier this month while awaiting his sex trafficking trial fired FBI director James call me will not be prosecuted for it but the justice department inspector general says call me violated F. B. I. policies when he gave a memo containing unclassified information to a friend with instructions to share the contents with the reporter the memo was about private conversations cold we had with president trump before he was fired the president says the US plans to withdraw more than five thousand American troops from Afghanistan we're going to keep a presence there where reducing that presents very substantially and we always have a presence we're gonna high intelligence president told fox news radio the US is getting close to making a deal to end the war farmers insurance we have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement mixer latch hook asking for trouble seen it covered it click for more we are during my for Mr for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state the AP digital news network the economy slowed in the spring in a P. Washington correspondent saga Madani reports you could set up a potential challenge for president trump's reelection hopes next year as growth it's three and a half percent last summer the president bragged of more to come these numbers are very very sustainable this is a one time shot but the government says GDP grew at a moderate rate last quarter of two percent after three point one percent growth in the first quarter one encouraging sign is consumer spending from April to June grew at the fastest pace in nearly five years still amid a global slowdown economists predict slower growth and to twenty twenty here at home the president's banking on a surging economy as vital to his campaign soccer mad Donnie Washington some of tennis is top players struggle before dancing at the US open the peas Graham make ours has a look at Wednesday's around to action Serena Williams had to fight back from a set down to beat promising American teenager Catherine McNally before reaching the U. S. open third round Williams eventually won but for the first two sets was really tested by the aggressive McNally men's top seed Novak Djokovic considered himself lucky to get a straight sets win of a one did not see it on their own the Serbian struggling with the left shoulder problem throughout the match which may threaten his progress later the championship Roger Federer overcame a slow start to win in full and minutes in case reached the third round Graham like us New York wild elephants caught in Zimbabwe and Botswana won't be sold as it was under a new international agreement on trade nations in the convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora passed a resolution at a meeting in Geneva that wildlife experts are calling a momentous win for elephants because it restricts their sale deserters it means news will no longer be able to import wild caught African elephants to the United States China and many other countries beyond the elephants natural habitat the resolution passed by a vote of eighty seven in favor twenty nine against and twenty five abstaining the U. S. voted against it what's wanna and Zimbabwe have the world's largest populations of African elephants for a combined total of about two hundred thousand preparing for Dorian I'm it down he with an A. P. news minute national hurricane center director can grant since hurricane Dorian is strengthening over water and could reach a powerful category four storm aircraft out there now actually seeing a double eye wall structure and I wall about five miles out in another are well outside of that so it's doing its best to try to get a little stronger Dorian could reach land late Sunday or early Monday from an area from the Florida Keys all the way up to southern Georgia Florida governor Rhonda Sanders says it's anyone's guess were Dorian will land if you look at different possible tracks for this thing you know it is possible that you could have impacts even in northwest Florida and not necessarily saying that's the most likely but that's certainly possible governors message prepare you are going to see power be out so make sure that you're prepared for that if you live in an area that experience is flooding well you're looking at potential serious significant water along Florida's space coast NASA has moved its mobile launcher indoors I met Donahue AP digital news back in a moment thank you for farmers insurance we have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on AP News

"Director Ken Graham at the national hurricane center says Dorian could strengthen to a category for the C. that structure form to regaining some more confidence that that that that intensification is going to occur so one of the things that has changed as we now are forecasting potentially be a hundred thirty miles an hour at landfall which is in the category for rain so stronger landfall always possible late Sunday early Monday in an area from the Florida Keys to south Georgia people in Florida are anxious across much of Florida's east coast residents have been crowding the stores looking for water canned food and emergency supplies there are lines in many gas stations in South Florida as people begin filling gas cans and topping off their gas tanks resident Gail Morton lives in South Florida and she's been through this before eventually Andrew I've been through a lot of men who are much that I don't want to go through this book but Anthony Lambert is looking past the storm most of ten the passes the we live through it we go to make state he talked to WSVN TV I'm ready to fall late a judge in New York formally ended the criminal case against financier Jeffrey abstain he killed himself in jail earlier this month while awaiting his sex trafficking trial fired FBI director James call me will not be prosecuted for it but the justice department inspector general says call me violated FBI policies when he gave a memo containing unclassified information to a friend with instructions to share the contents with the reporter the memo was about private conversations cold we had with president trump before he was fired the president says the US plans to withdraw more than five thousand American troops from Afghanistan we're going to keep a presence there where reducing that presents very substantially and we always have a presence we're gonna high intelligence president told fox news radio the US is getting close to making a deal to end the war in Afghanistan this is a P. radio news now that it's legal in some places the government has a warning about marijuana here's the A. P. Sager Madonna Surgeon General Jerome Adams says marijuana has become much stronger over the years they think your mother's marijuana use orgy adolescents and pregnant women to stay away from pot because science shows that hurts developing brains and the human fetus a twenty seventeen study showed about seven percent of pregnant women reported using marijuana within the past month officials worry a trend toward legalizing it will draw more teenagers into trying it Sager make ani Washington satellite images show a rocket and in a Ronnie and Space Center that was to conduct a satellite launch criticized by the US apparently exploded on its launch pad it suggest the Islamic Republic suffered its third failed launch this year alone state media and officials in Iran did not immediately acknowledge the incident satellite images showed a black plume of smoke rising above a launch pad and.

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"ken  graham" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ken graham" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Yet hundreds of homes and miles of farmland, underwater in Arkansas as multiple states in the central US deal with flooding from still rising rivers. Fox's Casey Steagall is in Conway. Arkansas had so much rain and there is really no place for it to go. One of the residents here tells me that he put a stick out in the water to measure things, and he's watched it come up about four feet, or so, in the last four day, even damage assessments could take weeks when floodwaters slowly recede. Meantime, multiple states recovering from two weeks of tornadoes and hurricane season starts tomorrow. The federal government's hurricane forecasting team is hoping people will take preparation, evermore seriously, this year, considering last year's hurricane Michael a category. Five storm struck. The Florida panhandle with very little heads up, historically. There's only been four category. Five storms hit the United States every single one. Tropical storm three days out, National Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham, the center is predicting there could be as many as eight Atlantic hurricanes this year in Miami, Eban Brown, Fox News. Some magical news for Harry Potter fans author JK Rollings says she will release four new mini books to be published online by the books are intended to quote delve deeper into the rich history of magic and each will focus on a class that is taught at the Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry and will be accompanied by notes sketches, and more. That would be found in a classroom environment might Gunzelman the Potter more websites as the first two e books are coming, June twenty-seven, Lisa Brady, this is pasta. Hi, William listeners. I'm Edwin Hoffman hostess speaking of art. I just want to say a few words.

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Hurricane Michael heads into Georgia

Best Stocks Now

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Hurricane Michael heads into Georgia

"Wins have tapered off, but it's still a category. Three storm as it crosses Florida into Georgia. Meteorologist Jennifer gray is tracking the system this is a category. Three storm rolling into Georgia as we speak from the south. I never happened as long as records have been kept for a storm this strong entered Georgia from the south. This is incredible National Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham, says the storms power will be felt for hundreds of miles around a lot of wind in. They are not just around the center as we focus here causing a lot of the damage, but also these rain bands could contain hurricane-force winds and also tornadoes at least one death has been reported nearly four hundred thousand homes and businesses are without power. You're

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Hurricane Michael intensifies as it barrels toward Florida Panhandle

Business Beware

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Hurricane Michael intensifies as it barrels toward Florida Panhandle

"Hurricane Michael strengthen to a category. Three storm over the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. The storm is expected to hit Florida's panhandle sometime Tuesday, National Hurricane Center director, Ken Graham on what scares him about. This storm a couple of things here. So it's going to be a wind event for sure. But at the same time, you still have this heavy rain, but there's something else. I'm really worried about here when you look at this storm. This is a very vulnerable part of the Gulf of Mexico when it comes to the storm surge. And if you look at the shape of the coast, you get these little areas that are shaped like that the water just gets trapped and can't go anywhere. So the water piles up and the other part is right along the coast is very shallow. So what happens is that water piles up really quick eight to twelve feet of inundation is just absolutely a staggering a

Brett Kavanaugh on why he didn't shake Parkland father's hand at confirmation hearing

South Florida Morning Show

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Brett Kavanaugh on why he didn't shake Parkland father's hand at confirmation hearing

"In from the hurricane and actually got violent amount of water comes in and destroying homes, and it can take lives easily. So that's the key is not being there with the storm surge comes in. So that is National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham from Miami on hurricane Florence which dropped down to a category. Two storm by one mile an hour is expected to still bring massive rain and huge storm surge slept near the coast hunkering down. Tom pale Commissioner in the Outer Banks estimates. Hundreds of residents

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