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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

12:08 min | 4 months ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on Around the Rim

"Well we will all be standing by to see and in the meantime wash your hands and control second quarter inside the huddle. I do WanNa flip the page to Rica's point some teams. That have worked very hard to get to this point. We've got eleven teams. Charlie that have punched their ticket so far to go dancing any surprises for you in the ache you I think we have one out. West correct so In the last couple of days of the West Coast Conference Tournament Portland is your winner. And they will now go to the tournament. they upset didn't zag in the semifinals and they will catch a little bit of. Portland's game yesterday in the championship when I flew into Vegas and they're upset of of Gonzaga disrupted. That's the surprise. It's SORTA disrupted the bubble a little bit because when you when you take it to my Portland who was not going to make it as an at large but Gonzaga certainly is well now the WC goes from having one team in the field to two teams in the field. Well he can only still sixty four teams so someone has to come out of the field to accommodate Portland's entrance and that affects the at large teams on the bubble and in the case of my bracket that not Boston College. Back out of the field. Who just a day earlier had slid into the field because there was another loss by someone else so everything with this in the championship weeks at circumstances everything affects something else because it's a numbers game. It's a sixty fourteen field no matter how you slice it so going forward and these next few days. We've got some other tournaments that could affect that in the same way and I mentioned this going back a week or so ago that their watch out for the bids steelers because there are certain mid majors that we know we're going to be in the field. They've earned the right to be in. The field is at large teams if they don't also go in there if they don't go in AH automatic qualifiers by winning their tournament. Well then that's an extra team that we didn't account for and brackets and that's an extra team now that the committee has to put into the field. That's one less team that can make it from some of these bubble team. So yeah the the big upset so far has been in the West Coast Conference in Gonzaga. Not Winning it and we've got some more to look forward to. The MAC happens to be one of those tournaments where there's not going to be. Any fans will central Michigan won the league pretty decisively. This year is a top twenty. Rpi team and most assuredly will make the field but now that tournament played before no one could be one of those that affects how the bubble teams go to central Michigan. Does it also come on? Come out on top in the tournament So that's that's certainly one for fans to watch as we go forward and you're GONNA have to watch it on TV because you're not gonna be able to buy it you're watching on TV though you will hear my voice. I'm on the call on Saturday for the championship. And the more reason to tune in now on the game and you can't get into the arena so the ratings should be sky high. Now it's via going okay. So I want to over to the big twelve. Charlie would where I know actually had a chance to call some big twelve games this year and I know. Tcu In particular was a team that was really making a push. I believe there in the field as it stands right now but I was state actually Jones. Who's a certified buck gator? They upset Baylor over the weekend which was a huge deal. I did a double take when I got the alert. Baylor is bailer their legitimacy. It probably doesn't change anything for them. But what does it do for Iowa State? Well I always stayed. I had as a tendency leading into that game and and it pushed him to a nine. And what that does is it's security. It's cushion because of the ten seed. Maybe the committee views them a little differently. Not Quite not quite at that level so that he's talking about eleven seed. Well that's a vulnerable team to some of the upset potential. We just talked about so what that win for Iowa State. I think is put to rest any question that they'd be in the field although I think there was a big one anyway but it but it certainly nails it down and they no longer would have. I don't think any anxious moments watching the selection show on Monday Now it's just GonNa be a matter of where do they go? And whom do they play? But I think that's what did for for I would say for sure and it would what it did do for. Baylor though while not it's not gonNA knock him out of a one seed it. Does maybe raise some questions. I personally didn't think that there was anything to worry about with. Frankly there weren't a lot of flaws there but the big twelve not not one of the better leagues in the country this year of the power. Five Leagues I think it's probably fifth and they haven't been severely tested in a while and I always say certainly did that and the it might raise some question marks about Baylor going forward. I think they can answer any of those questions in the big twelve tournament because I was sneaking suspicion. They're going to come out with a little extra in that game and it could be ugly for the other. Big Twelve teams In the big twelve tournament but that said it does it. It shows little vulnerability that I didn't think Baylor had and that makes it a little more intrigued when we get to the tournament. Time itself I agree with you one hundred percent. I know look at the box. Were trying to figure out what the deal was. And nothing really was like crazy glaring. But I do think you're right. I know a ton of folks are going to be studying that tape to see what I was able to do right well that was able to watch some of that game and when I did was really slow the Temple. They hope to threes in the second half. They made more threes than they made. Twos in the game and the believer and it was and it was so slow paced and Baylor never found a rhythm that they they say clog everything inside the Lauren Cox had almost no room to move it. Kinda dared the Baylor shooters to shoot and they just had one of those games where they weren't making shots so maybe at least down a blueprint for some other teams as to how to at least approach Valer Ago You mentioned as an example Yukon being a number two seed and I know over the past few years you have seen to have had all these regional conferences in such a favorable area. I think at the Albany region that they mostly have been seated but this year they would be projected number two in the Portland region and I think as much as we talk about Yukon not being the same Yukon is as pass. There's still a very good basketball team. Won thirty nine. Oh in their conference over these last few years in the American and I think that having them with the possibility of travel really makes this team look a little different because they aren't the same team as years pass. Tell us a little bit about how that could affect their performance. Assuming they make the sweet sixteen you're right and Seven out of the last eight years. They've either played in Albany. Bridge for for Kingston Rhode Island. So they they have not had to get on an airplane until the final four in seven out of those those eight years. But let's let's be honest earned it ju- every one of those years with the possible exception of last year because they were the best team in the country in those years too so and when when cities bid for these regionals it just so happened that that all those years those particular low cows bid and got regionals to be able to host. And you can't happen to be close so this year. Those regionals are don't exist. There is no Albany. There is no Kingston. There is no bridgeport and no matter what was going to have to get on an airplane. And you're right. I think it will look a little bit. Different seeing a yukon in a faraway place. I don't think it's going to impact on the whole Locke. Though to be honest I think the people that are bothered by the possibility of uconn going West are the players and the coaching staff. Everything I've heard from them is like. Hey we'll bring it on. We'll play wherever we'll play whomever we'RE NOT THAT CONCERNED ABOUT. Gino's been been pretty adamantly over the years but this year when the subject's soon kinda shrug your shoulders. Look I you know. I don't have any control over it and we'll go play and it will do what we do and I think he said the other night after the the American championship game. We'll do what we do. I hope I think That's sort of the philosophy that they're gonNA take me. Maybe their fans aren't happy and maybe people who who look at the tournament and see certain things as they view them. Unfair that a team that is fifth overall. My take would be the one that has to travel. Based on the fact that other teams can can drive to the region. So we'll get into the reason why you would be going to Portland is very simply that The NC Double A. Would prefer as much as possible that teams that can drive rather than fly two games that they're gonNA play It's written right in the procedures principles of putting the bracket together that mode of transportation distance from campus. Things that they consider will this year Louisville can drive the Fort Wayne Regional? Nc State can drive to the Greenville regional. So if you assume that those are those are two of the other number number two seeds. Then they're going to be plotted in those regions and then the other one being Stanford and Stanford mashed up with Oregon would would also violate one of the principles of putting the bracket together and they They try to keep teams seeded on the top four lines from the same conference separate. So they're so they're in different regions. They wouldn't even meet until the final four now. In this case the fact twelve might have five teams in top sixteen making that impossible but in years past when that's happened the committee's not put one a one and a two. They've put fit when a four again. So it's highly highly unlikely that Oregon at Stanford Movie Place Together which only leaves one region left for Yukon to go to which is Portland matched up with. Oregon is the one in the two. So that's the why behind it and I think we talked about the the what or in the case of I think the Yukon players coaches the. So what I don't know that they that it matters to them very much but it does create an interesting conversation around how the tournament is bracketed. And some of these rules. That maybe fans aren't quite as aware of in the the head-scratching that I get from from fans and social media. Say Well if you cons five. They should be matched up with the number four overall team based on the curve. And that's Maryland so they should be going to Fort Wayne. Well we don't ever. The S curve is used to plot the teams in the tournament. But it's not used strictly to place them in these numerical matchups one in eight go together. Two and seven go together. It's never worked that way. It doesn't work that way in the men's tournament. The committee will try to do that as much as possible. That's the goal. But if you've got these graphical instances at hand as well then there there's other ways to balance the bracket and. That's I think what's going to happen. This year with Yukon okay. There's.

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Breaking Down Bracketology

Around the Rim

11:56 min | 4 months ago

Breaking Down Bracketology

"I do WanNa flip the page to Rica's point some teams. That have worked very hard to get to this point. We've got eleven teams. Charlie that have punched their ticket so far to go dancing any surprises for you in the ache you I think we have one out. West correct so In the last couple of days of the West Coast Conference Tournament Portland is your winner. And they will now go to the tournament. they upset didn't zag in the semifinals and they will catch a little bit of. Portland's game yesterday in the championship when I flew into Vegas and they're upset of of Gonzaga disrupted. That's the surprise. It's SORTA disrupted the bubble a little bit because when you when you take it to my Portland who was not going to make it as an at large but Gonzaga certainly is well now the WC goes from having one team in the field to two teams in the field. Well he can only still sixty four teams so someone has to come out of the field to accommodate Portland's entrance and that affects the at large teams on the bubble and in the case of my bracket that not Boston College. Back out of the field. Who just a day earlier had slid into the field because there was another loss by someone else so everything with this in the championship weeks at circumstances everything affects something else because it's a numbers game. It's a sixty fourteen field no matter how you slice it so going forward and these next few days. We've got some other tournaments that could affect that in the same way and I mentioned this going back a week or so ago that their watch out for the bids steelers because there are certain mid majors that we know we're going to be in the field. They've earned the right to be in. The field is at large teams if they don't also go in there if they don't go in AH automatic qualifiers by winning their tournament. Well then that's an extra team that we didn't account for and brackets and that's an extra team now that the committee has to put into the field. That's one less team that can make it from some of these bubble team. So yeah the the big upset so far has been in the West Coast Conference in Gonzaga. Not Winning it and we've got some more to look forward to. The MAC happens to be one of those tournaments where there's not going to be. Any fans will central Michigan won the league pretty decisively. This year is a top twenty. Rpi team and most assuredly will make the field but now that tournament played before no one could be one of those that affects how the bubble teams go to central Michigan. Does it also come on? Come out on top in the tournament So that's that's certainly one for fans to watch as we go forward and you're GONNA have to watch it on TV because you're not gonna be able to buy it you're watching on TV though you will hear my voice. I'm on the call on Saturday for the championship. And the more reason to tune in now on the game and you can't get into the arena so the ratings should be sky high. Now it's via going okay. So I want to over to the big twelve. Charlie would where I know actually had a chance to call some big twelve games this year and I know. Tcu In particular was a team that was really making a push. I believe there in the field as it stands right now but I was state actually Jones. Who's a certified buck gator? They upset Baylor over the weekend which was a huge deal. I did a double take when I got the alert. Baylor is bailer their legitimacy. It probably doesn't change anything for them. But what does it do for Iowa State? Well I always stayed. I had as a tendency leading into that game and and it pushed him to a nine. And what that does is it's security. It's cushion because of the ten seed. Maybe the committee views them a little differently. Not Quite not quite at that level so that he's talking about eleven seed. Well that's a vulnerable team to some of the upset potential. We just talked about so what that win for Iowa State. I think is put to rest any question that they'd be in the field although I think there was a big one anyway but it but it certainly nails it down and they no longer would have. I don't think any anxious moments watching the selection show on Monday Now it's just GonNa be a matter of where do they go? And whom do they play? But I think that's what did for for I would say for sure and it would what it did do for. Baylor though while not it's not gonNA knock him out of a one seed it. Does maybe raise some questions. I personally didn't think that there was anything to worry about with. Frankly there weren't a lot of flaws there but the big twelve not not one of the better leagues in the country this year of the power. Five Leagues I think it's probably fifth and they haven't been severely tested in a while and I always say certainly did that and the it might raise some question marks about Baylor going forward. I think they can answer any of those questions in the big twelve tournament because I was sneaking suspicion. They're going to come out with a little extra in that game and it could be ugly for the other. Big Twelve teams In the big twelve tournament but that said it does it. It shows little vulnerability that I didn't think Baylor had and that makes it a little more intrigued when we get to the tournament. Time itself I agree with you one hundred percent. I know look at the box. Were trying to figure out what the deal was. And nothing really was like crazy glaring. But I do think you're right. I know a ton of folks are going to be studying that tape to see what I was able to do right well that was able to watch some of that game and when I did was really slow the Temple. They hope to threes in the second half. They made more threes than they made. Twos in the game and the believer and it was and it was so slow paced and Baylor never found a rhythm that they they say clog everything inside the Lauren Cox had almost no room to move it. Kinda dared the Baylor shooters to shoot and they just had one of those games where they weren't making shots so maybe at least down a blueprint for some other teams as to how to at least approach Valer Ago You mentioned as an example Yukon being a number two seed and I know over the past few years you have seen to have had all these regional conferences in such a favorable area. I think at the Albany region that they mostly have been seated but this year they would be projected number two in the Portland region and I think as much as we talk about Yukon not being the same Yukon is as pass. There's still a very good basketball team. Won thirty nine. Oh in their conference over these last few years in the American and I think that having them with the possibility of travel really makes this team look a little different because they aren't the same team as years pass. Tell us a little bit about how that could affect their performance. Assuming they make the sweet sixteen you're right and Seven out of the last eight years. They've either played in Albany. Bridge for for Kingston Rhode Island. So they they have not had to get on an airplane until the final four in seven out of those those eight years. But let's let's be honest earned it ju- every one of those years with the possible exception of last year because they were the best team in the country in those years too so and when when cities bid for these regionals it just so happened that that all those years those particular low cows bid and got regionals to be able to host. And you can't happen to be close so this year. Those regionals are don't exist. There is no Albany. There is no Kingston. There is no bridgeport and no matter what was going to have to get on an airplane. And you're right. I think it will look a little bit. Different seeing a yukon in a faraway place. I don't think it's going to impact on the whole Locke. Though to be honest I think the people that are bothered by the possibility of uconn going West are the players and the coaching staff. Everything I've heard from them is like. Hey we'll bring it on. We'll play wherever we'll play whomever we'RE NOT THAT CONCERNED ABOUT. Gino's been been pretty adamantly over the years but this year when the subject's soon kinda shrug your shoulders. Look I you know. I don't have any control over it and we'll go play and it will do what we do and I think he said the other night after the the American championship game. We'll do what we do. I hope I think That's sort of the philosophy that they're gonNA take me. Maybe their fans aren't happy and maybe people who who look at the tournament and see certain things as they view them. Unfair that a team that is fifth overall. My take would be the one that has to travel. Based on the fact that other teams can can drive to the region. So we'll get into the reason why you would be going to Portland is very simply that The NC Double A. Would prefer as much as possible that teams that can drive rather than fly two games that they're gonNA play It's written right in the procedures principles of putting the bracket together that mode of transportation distance from campus. Things that they consider will this year Louisville can drive the Fort Wayne Regional? Nc State can drive to the Greenville regional. So if you assume that those are those are two of the other number number two seeds. Then they're going to be plotted in those regions and then the other one being Stanford and Stanford mashed up with Oregon would would also violate one of the principles of putting the bracket together and they They try to keep teams seeded on the top four lines from the same conference separate. So they're so they're in different regions. They wouldn't even meet until the final four now. In this case the fact twelve might have five teams in top sixteen making that impossible but in years past when that's happened the committee's not put one a one and a two. They've put fit when a four again. So it's highly highly unlikely that Oregon at Stanford Movie Place Together which only leaves one region left for Yukon to go to which is Portland matched up with. Oregon is the one in the two. So that's the why behind it and I think we talked about the the what or in the case of I think the Yukon players coaches the. So what I don't know that they that it matters to them very much but it does create an interesting conversation around how the tournament is bracketed. And some of these rules. That maybe fans aren't quite as aware of in the the head-scratching that I get from from fans and social media. Say Well if you cons five. They should be matched up with the number four overall team based on the curve. And that's Maryland so they should be going to Fort Wayne. Well we don't ever. The S curve is used to plot the teams in the tournament. But it's not used strictly to place them in these numerical matchups one in eight go together. Two and seven go together. It's never worked that way. It doesn't work that way in the men's tournament. The committee will try to do that as much as possible. That's the goal. But if you've got these graphical instances at hand as well then there there's other ways to balance the bracket and. That's I think what's going to happen. This year with

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening. Don huff, here's what's happening. Rhode Island man facing federal charges after allegedly sending threatening emails to a college professor in Massachusetts. WBZ TV's Ken MacLeod from Boston federal court me and my friends were on acid one time walking through the forest. This is from a string of often strange YouTube video starring thirty year old Matthew Hamilton the latest posted just yesterday today. The FBI swarmed his house in north Kingston Rhode Island as federal prosecutors arraigned in for cyber stalking and transmitting threats that are apparently politically motivated parties. What happens when you go at -solutely Solis? But the threats he's accused of beyond vicious directed at a Massachusetts professor that professors school and a women's medical center, prosecutors declined to name them heavily remained in custody following here's court appearance. If convicted he faces a prison term of up to. Five years. Former vice president Joe Biden do to make it as efficient entry tomorrow into the democratic presidential contest Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh says he has too many irons in the fire right now to make endorsements but plans to do so down the road, probably be involved the presidential election question about it. And there's no secret that I have a strong friendship with with vice president Biden, there's no secret I have relationship with send a war. And there's no secret that I've met with Kamala Harris, I serve what may be, you know, all of those great people. And and you know, I will probably make a decision some point in in the future. The mayor last hour on nightside with Dan Rae. President Trump at loggerheads with house. Democrats the issue subpoenas president vowing to fight all the way to the nation's highest court here CBS, Paula Reid. Speaking at an opioid summit in Atlanta today, President Trump lamented his own battle with oversight. I know all about the rigging the system because I had the system rigged on me before he left the white. House. The president vowed to defy subpoenas issued by house. Democrats fighting.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WRVA

"Robinson the play by play voice of the Rams. Good morning to you Robbie. Where are you right now? Good morning, John. We're in Kingston Rhode Island just outside the campus of URI, and that is what we're getting ready for tonight. Battle against the Rhode Island. Rams. How are you feeling that early in the conferences in VCU really looking like a top tier team? But four out of the next five games are on the road. This a big stretch with some challenges. Add a huge stretch, John. You're exactly right and starts tonight. I think we'll learn a lot about this team over the next five games or so, and I think we can come out on the other side of this with still being at the top of their league or at least within shouting distance at the top of the league. I think this stretch right now even teams that we're playing aren't the elite teams we are. They're very good. And anytime you go on the road at college basketball. I don't care for your. I don't care what we'd you're playing it. I don't care who you're playing against is hard work. It's hard to win. And the Rams have that challenge tonight up here. What will be a sold outright center. Grody? We'll be sold out. So they're their students. Just got back and rate student crowds here. By far the best student attendance in the league. Now, it's a state school is really the only state school the eighteen if you think about it like a public state school standpoint, but there'll be there'll be two thousand of their students, and they'll be going crazy. So it's the Rams against the Rams in Rhode Island with a first year head coach and David Cox. How you think this year's team is different than under the former coach Danny Hurley, well, they? They're doing a lot of the same things. They lost a lot of guys last year. They lost four guys on hit did really dominant over the previous two seasons. So, but they do have the core. Three guys back. I've got just out. Russell all three of those guys are excellent. They're doing a lot of the same things under coach Cox that they did under coach early. It's just I think guys are getting used to the beard ministry. The new leadership anytime you have a change in leadership seeing that three out of four years they saw that. And I think there is some adjustments. So that's probably why their record isn't as sterling as it has been in the previous two years really got coach early that Yukon Java, man, they're good Johnny don't sleep your..

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome back. What's the two bars? Mcconnell with. Go to the university of Rhode Island. David cox. We are joined by two assistant coaches to the program and a couple of guys with an absolute stellar bio do resume to commit in assists. Coach Cox in his first year as a head coach at the university of Rhode Island John Carroll and Kevin. Two new coaches staff coach Carroll heavily involved in Massachusetts, a you as of late, but Duquesne coach in Boston Celtics assistant, and then the interim head coach there for a while just a a little bit about what the path is lead you to Kingston Rhode Island. Well, I would say that the first time that we had practiced in Kini. That I had cold sweats. My memory of being in Keeney wasn't really a fund one. Usually like, mid February. Coming down there, you know, Rhode Island in coach Skinner. And although I think we want a couple when he won a couple of just. My idea of Rhode Island basketball. But but being in the Ryan center is a joy being around. This group of young men that we are able to coach and being around Dave and Kevin the rest of the staff has been pleasurable for me just being out of basketball a little bit. You know, what you missed about basketball more than anything is the camaraderie, the family aspect taking young men and trying to help them get better. And competing. You know? I think when you're a competitor as a player and even as a coach. I always said, it's some people just don't want to get into it. But it's the highs and lows of basketball or coaching or even though the lowest are difficult. It's it's the joy of coaching. So I've been fortunate to coach for these guys have been around for a while. But I seem to be the one they say, oh, well, I've been in forty. Tips you off on your age a little bit. But again, it's it's been a joy for the first four or five months year. And I'm looking forward to or scrimmage on Sunday just tipping off in a couple of weeks or so. Yeah, just going off what you said. And watching the two of you in the limited time that I've seen you. You.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, there's this crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country. Makes it marvelous. And I think the people in his Outer Banks and people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the way up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I sound over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. I'm glad I don't live there. You know here in Florida elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously. And and it really should be helpful to people tornados come up instantly, and, you know, have very far to go very very can't run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecasting hurricanes for us. It's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago. Now routine now forecast now were virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. And Mark thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. How you doing? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family in new Bern. It has been telling me it's been a current rain when they started Thursday night Thursday, or whatever. Yes. They got twenty five inches. Constant rain is saying that's something. They've never seen. Bobby? Three two. Forty mile notion. He's just a constant rainy stowaway coming down in sheets. They just said they'd never seen anything like in their life. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it and head out the news river back out into Pimlico. Yeah. Raining. Never raining. Yeah. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another this pounding, but they had another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. Yeah. The river. The way the in new Bern the river ends like in a really small whatever you call it. Like like, I get it. And the right Reverend until exhaustion, and they just the water just built up from the wind. That just to be bad, man. Well, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So we've got that covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of new. One thing when you mentioned about those bands, those feeder bands. I I looked them up on the radar in new Bern. And you're right. Those feeder band who like they just never move for like three days aren't there? Still there. Fame pashto. It's not that. Why it just the long, man? And it just was dumping Diagara fall Duffin in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well. The sewer plant over there. Oh. Went to underwater right now. What are you saying? I mean things they look looking good man know, in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina. And also, we'll be we'll be talking I believe with Pam Pam Walker coming up next and one of the questions that we have for Pam is what about the large areas where there are hog farms where there's flooding going on. And what's this water quality gonna be when when we get done is going to be a source for good drinking water? Choice. Yes, that's going to be some bottled water going on for a while, Tom. Yeah. Without a doubt. Hey, jim. Thank you very much for giving us a call. 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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"People, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look tornado alley for example. Boy, I'm glad I don't live there. You know here in Florida elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously, and it really should be helpful to people tornados come up instantly, and you know, have very. To go very can't run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do forecasting hurricanes for us. It's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had in a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago is now routine now seventy forecast now or virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. And Mark thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. How you doing there? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives in new Bern. It has been they were they were telling me it's been a constant rain such when they started Thursday night Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got some twenty five inches. Rain. That's something. They've never seen. Bobby? Who knows? Water forty miles the ocean. But it's coming down in sheets did just said they'd never seen anything like their life. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it and head out the news river back out into at Pimlico. Yeah. Constantly raining. Never it's still raining. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another is pounding. But they had another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. Yeah. The river. The yen in new Bern the river ends like a really small whatever you call it like it and the saints until like, and they just wanna just built up from the wind. It's just it's just gonna be bad. Well, in fact, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department. He's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So yeah, we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of. When you mentioned about the ban, those feeder bands. I I looked them up on the radar in new Bern. And you're right. Those feeder bands looks like they just never move for like three days are still there. The same. Why the long feeder bad dumping, Niagara Falls Duffin in Newburgh? And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one being good now. They have a sewer that the sewer plant over there. Oh. Underwater right now. Birch whatever what you saying. I mean things they look just ain't looking good, man. Know, in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina. And also, we'll be we'll be talking I believe with Pam Pam Walker coming up next and one of the questions that we have for Pam is what about the large areas where there are hog farms where there's flooding going on. And and and you know, what's this water quality gonna be when when we get done is there gonna be a source for good drinking water. Choice. Yes, that's going to be some bottled water going on for well, Tom. Yeah. Without a doubt. Hey, jim. Thank you very much for giving us a call. And you're listening to Red Eye Radio. We want you to give us a call. The number is eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six ninety redeye and this is meteorologist Tom HALE and Steve Lenore on Red Eye Radio. Get in touch with Red Eye Radio toll free at eight six six. Mighty ridi-. Be a part of the conversation by calling the.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine and we've got a caller on the line. I want to go to Mark Mark is in Palm Beach, Florida, Mark evening. Good evening. The storm didn't get down to you yet. And it won't. We we don't either we had our last fall. We don't eat anything else. We're we're covered for awhile. Believe me, I spent all the time in Miami, many years and experienced Andrew back in ninety two. So I think I've sort of had enough of all that for a lifetime. But you never know what's coming next. My my reason for calling you was I don't know if anybody's called him this warning tonight, whatever about I'm just for some reason, I'm thinking about the wild horses. Our only Outer Banks there ochre coca those other Outer Banks. I'm wondering if anybody reported anything about them. I know they're they're really really tough. But I don't know that they've gone through something like this before. Well, actually, we have an answer for you on this knowing that this was your question. We started doing while you're holding. We started doing a little bit of homework here and meteorologist Steve Lenore has the latest on the horse is out there. And thank you for bringing this up. This is a soft spot for me those horses and the wild Mustangs out in Nevada. You know, if I ever. Had a place. I would be adopting one of those little puppies. Just wish we had that Rolling Stone sawed around the background wild horses. Gave me the information on the good news. Is that they're fine w av y TV which is out of southeastern Virginia. Also covers the Outer Banks they reported that they received the information from the Cape Hatteras, national seashore that all the ponies on Ocracoke Island. And also the ones that are located on another island one hundred miles north of there are fine as our wild colonial Mustangs that been around a long time there the Spaniards left in there many centuries ago, but they apparently survived the hurricane intact. And one of the big reasons for that either toughest heck and be the center of the storm and most the bad wind went south of there. So never got that bad Cape. Hatteras? I think I saw top wind guest about sixty miles an hour, Tom. Yeah. Yeah. It really was a little bit light in Cape Hatteras. And so Mark let me ask you this. What do you do in Florida? Broadcasting. I had a I had an idea. Yeah. If you had one of those voices of clarity. And and so let me let me tell you have you been up to visit those horses. No, I never have. My father is actually originally from Wilmington North Carolina spent very little time up there many years ago as a kid and and so forth, but really never get up that way very much. And I know we get to Charleston once in a while, we we like to go there, and savannah and so forth, but Wilmington we haven't been to a long time. And I've never been on the Outer Banks I have had a couple of employees years ago from Ocracoke, and I gotta tell you something they were some of the strangest cats I met. Yes, you realize that the the folks in Ocracoke pride themselves on being tough as the horses in the neighborhood. Isn't that what that place? Yeah. I was certain establishment there. Yeah. There's a there's a there's an establishment there. They call it a restaurant or a cafe. But it's actually it's it's a it's a bar. Cafe. Yeah. They flash bar stash. Yep. I got those sorts. All right. Interesting. I know yesterday, I was I guess was yesterday or Friday Email, your friend of mine here, locally texting back and forth. And I said, I'm I'm stuck on my roof here in Wilmington and down to two beers. Mike, cooler, I need to be rescued to take him to seven eleven really quick. They are different bunch me this country is so big we have so many different cultures among us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, there's just crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country. Makes it marvelous. And and I think the people in those Outer Banks and people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the way up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I've found over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. I'm I'm glad I live there. You know here in Florida and elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously, and and it really should be helpful to people tornados come up instantly, and you know, have very far. To go very can't run very far. But here, you know, we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do forecasting hurricanes for us. It's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had in a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because at high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago is now routine now these forecasts now or virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. Hey, mark. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. Yeah. How you doing there? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family and do burn. They were they were telling me it's been a current rain starting Thursday night, Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got five inches. It's. Just constant rain at saying that's something. They've never seen. Bobby? Who knows? To water house, forty mile the ocean. It's constant raining showing. Did you said they've never seen anything like it near like. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it and head out the news river back out into Pimlico. Yeah. Constantly raining. She's never it's still raining. Yeah. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms stuff. They come in lines, and they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another just pounding them. But they have another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. The river. The weather. Yen in new Bern the river ends like a really small whatever you call. It looked like a dead. Saints until like, and they just wanna just built up from the wind. Something. Bad man. Well, in fact, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So yeah, we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of new. One thing when you mentioned about the band those speeder band. I I looked them up on the radar in new Bern. You're right. Those feeder bands looks like they just never move for like three days are still there. Dane. Stanley. And it's not it's not that why the long. And it just was dumping Niagara Falls dumping in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one bit of good. They have a sewer that the sewer plan over there. Underwater right now, Burge whatever what he was saying. I mean things they look at saying looking good. No. And in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina. And also will be will be talking. I believe with Pam Pam Walker coming up next and one of the questions that we have for Pam is what about the large areas where there are hog farms where there's flooding going on. And and you know, what's this water quality gonna be when when we get done is going to be a source for good drinking water. Choice. Yes, that's going to be some bottled water going on for a while, Tom. Yeah. Without a doubt. Hey, jim. Thank you very much for giving us a call. And you're listening to Red Eye Radio. We want you to give us a call. The number is eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six ninety redeye and this is meteorologist Tom HALE and Steve Lenore on Red Eye Radio. Get.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine and we've got a caller on the line. I want to go to Mark Mark is in Palm Beach, Florida, Mark evening. Good evening. The storm didn't get down to you yet. We we don't need. We had last fall. We don't need anything else. We're we're covered for awhile. Believe me, I spent the all the time in Miami, many years and experienced Andrew back in ninety two. So I think I've sort of had enough of all that for a lifetime. But you never know what's coming next. My my reason for calling you was I don't know if anybody's called in this morning tonight. Whatever about I'm just for some reason, I'm thinking about the wild horses out on the Outer Banks there ochre coca those other Outer Banks. I wonder if anybody's reported anything about them. I know they're they're really really tough. But I don't know that gone through something like this before. Well, actually, we have an answer for you on this knowing that this was your question. We started doing while. You're holding started doing a little bit of homework here and meteorologist Steve Lenore has the latest on the horses out there. And thank you for bringing this up. This is a soft spot for me those horses and the wild must. Hangs out in Nevada. If I ever had a place, I would be adopting one of those little puppies. Just wish we had that Rolling Stone song around in the background wild horses. Well, I give you the information on this. So the good news is that they're fine w av y TV which is south eastern Virginia also covers yet or banks. They reported that they received information from the Cape Hatteras, national seashore that all the ponies on Ocracoke Island. And also the ones that are located on another island one hundred miles north of there are fine. These are wild colonial Mustangs that been around a long time there the Spaniard left in there many centuries ago, but they've apparently is survived the hurricane intact and one of the big reasons for that either tough as heck and be the center of the storm and most the bad wind went south of there. So never got that bad Cape Hatteras talk when guest about sixty miles an hour, Tom. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It really was a little bit light in Cape Hatteras. And so Mark let me ask you this. What do you do in Florida? Broadcasting. I had a I had an idea you, you you had one of those voices of clarity. And and so let me tell you have you been up to visit those horses. No, I never have. My father is actually originally from Wilmington North Carolina spent very little time up there many years ago as a kid and and so forth, but really never get up that way very much. And I know we get the Charleston once in a while we like to go there, and savannah and so forth, but Wilmington we haven't been to a long time. And I've never been on the Outer Banks I have had a couple of employees years ago from Ocracoke. I gotta tell you something they were some of the strangest cats, I guess you you realize that the the folks in Ocracoke pride themselves on being as tough as the horses in the neighborhood. Isn't that what that place is certain establishment there? Yeah. There's a there's a there's an establishment there. They call it a restaurant or cafe. But it's actually it's it's a it's a bar. Cafe. Yeah, they lash bar stash. Yep. I got those words all right? Yesterday. I was I guess it was yesterday or Friday emailing a friend of mine here, locally texting back and forth. And I said, I'm I'm stuck on my roof here in in Wilmington down the two beers and Mike ruler. I need to be rescued to taking the seven eleven really quick. They are a different bunch of this country is so big we have so many different cultures among us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, there's just crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country. Makes it marvelous. And I think the people in those Outer Banks so people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the way up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I've found over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. Boy, I'm I'm glad I live there. You know here in Florida elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously, and it really should be helpful to people tornados come up instantly, and you know, have very far. To go very early can't run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecast hurricanes for us. And it's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago now routine now seventy four cast now were virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. And Mark thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. How you doing? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family in new Bern. They were they were telling me it's been a current rain starting Thursday night, Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got twenty five inches. It's saying something they've never seen. Bobby who? Now. To forty miles. Constant rain extolling Donald sheets. They just said they'd never seen anything. Like. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're gonna launch it and head out the news river back out into Pimlico. Yeah. And. Constantly raining. Never. It's still raining. Yeah. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another just pounding. But they have another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. Yeah. River. And. Newburn the river ends like in a really small whatever you call it. Get in the ring. Reverend your saints until like, and they just the water just built up from the win something. It's just gonna be bad, man. Well, in fact, if you want to keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department. He's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So yeah, we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. He did have over four hundred rescues in the city of. One thing when you mentioned about those Dan, go speeder band. I I looked up on the radar in new Bern. And you're right. Those feeder bands, it looks like they just never move for like three days are still there. You know, the same. It's not that why the long and it just was dumping Duffin in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one minute. They have the sewer plant over there. Oh, yeah. Underwater right now, Burge whatever what you were saying. I mean, things ain't look at you saying looking good, man know, in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina, and also will be we'll be talking I believe with Pam Pam Walker coming up next and one of the questions that we have for Pam is what about the large areas where there are hog farms where there's flooding going on. And and you know, what's this water quality gonna be when when we get done is going to be a source for good drinking water. Yes. We're going to be some bottled water going on for well, Tom. Yeah. Without a doubt. Hey, jim. Thank you very much for giving us a call. And you're listening to Red Eye Radio. We want you to give us a call. The number is eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six ninety redeye and this is meteorologist Tom HALE and Steve Lenore on Red Eye Radio. Get in touch with.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"But they are a different bunch during this country is so big we have Sony different cultures among us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, there's just crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country. Makes it marvelous. And I think the people in those Outer Banks so people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the way up the line. They're just you know, coastal people are much different than inland. People. I found over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that people don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. I'm glad I live there. You know here in Florida elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously. And and it really should be helpful to people tornados, come up instantly. And you don't have very far to. Go very get run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecasting hurricanes for us. It's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had in a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago is now routine now forecast now or virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. Hey, mark. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of newborn? I think. How you doing there? We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family in new Bern. They were they were telling me it's been raining since when it started Thursday night Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got some twenty five inches. It's something they've never seen. Bobby who knows? Watering. Forty mile the ocean. Constant raining. Donovan sheets. They just said they'd never seen anything like it. They're like, yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it and head out the noose river back out into and Pimlico. And. Constantly raining. It's still raining. Yeah. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another just pounding him. But they have another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. Yeah. The river. In new Bern the river ends like in a really small, whatever you call it. And they just the water just built up from the wind. And it's just it's just gonna be bad, man. Well, in fact, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of. When you mentioned about the band, though, speeder band. I looked them up on the radar in new burning. You're right. Those feeder bands looks like they just never move for like. Still there. The same. Why the long? Dumping Niagara Falls dumping in Newburgh. And and this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one minute. They have the sewer plan over there. They tend to water right now. You know, what he was saying things they look at you looking good, man..

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They are a different bunch of this country is so big we have so many different cultures among us when you when you even stay with native Americans. I mean, this is crazy all over. But they're just people are different all over this country makes some marvellous, and I think the people in those Outer Banks and people like that up in Virginia, and so forth and all the up the line. They're just, you know, coastal people are much different than inland people. I've found over the years and coastal people, of course, have to live with things that inland. People don't end vice versa. I mean, you know, you look at tornado alley for example. Boy, I'm glad I don't live there here in Florida. Elsewhere where we have hurricanes we at least get days of warning. And and and that really that ought to help us anybody with any sense takes us warning seriously, and and it really should be helpful to people tornados, come up instantly. And you don't have very far. To go get run very far. But here we're very lucky because of today with what you guys do with forecasting hurricanes for us, and it's better than ever before better than I was a kid growing up in the sixties and stuff, and we're grateful for what you guys do. I'll tell you that we all are very thankful to NASA and satellites that's the biggest change I think that we've had in a long time and the computer modeling has gotten so much better because of high speed computers stuff that was impossible to do thirty years ago is now routine now forecast now or virtually impossible thirty years ago when they were possible, they weren't very good. Hey, mark. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. And I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Jim is in north Kingston, Rhode Island, and you want the status of Newburn? I think. Yeah. We're doing good. How about you? I got I got some relatives and family and burn. They weren't telling me it's been a constant rain starting Thursday night, Thursday, or whatever. Yes, they got some twenty five inches. It's. He's constant rain is saying that something they've never seen. Bobby? The water forty miles the ocean. Constant rain h doorway. Yeah. I understand that they're building an ark right now, actually, and they're going to launch it in and head out. The news river back out into at Pimlico. Yeah. House daily range. Never it's still raining. The these are the feeder bands, and we call this training. That's where they they come in in in in the middle part of the United States where there's big thunderstorms and stuff they come in lines. And they they're straight lines. But when you're looking at a radar, and you've got a a tropical circulation, they come in kind of rotating bands. But they're still the same thing they train over the same tracks. So it's one train car after another just pounding them. But they have another problem and that was wins on Thursday blowing in raising the water level. The river. With the weather in new Bern the river ends like a really small whatever you call it again. What you're saying? And they just wanted just built up from the wind. Well, in fact, if you wanna keep listening to us too because coming up we're going to have Lieutenant David Daniels, and he is with the new Bern North Carolina police department he's going to give us a status report coming up shortly in the next half hour. So yeah, we've got that base covered. And everybody wants to know what's going on there. They did have over four hundred rescues in the city of. Thing when you mentioned about those bands. So screener ban. I looked them up on the radar in new Bern and Europe. Don't feeder bands looks like they just never moved for like three days aren't there? Still there. The same. Melinda. Just. Not that long. Dolphin in Newburgh. And this water has to seek it's own level. So if it rains heavy in one particular area, then it's going to obviously spread out into the land nearby. And it's going to find its way down to the nearest rivers and those rivers and almost every single case are full and they're on their way to record setting river heights. Well, one minute. They have a suit as the sewer plant over there. That's underwater right now. Birch whatever what he was saying things, they look at you saying looking good now in in fact, we'll be we'll be talking with Kim McCloud coming up in South Carolina..

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the public after, being dressed. Down by the state Senate rules committee correspondent Monica Nelson. Explains Yep, nobody's the Sacramento. Bee reports, the committee in. A letter to Costa Mesa Republican Senator John Morlock this week asking him to knock it off, that's after the committee received a formal complaint that more like put a woman in a headlock and twisted his fist into the top of her head. During a photo shoot he says he's a. Playful person who often gives Nobis but he will stop the Senate rules committee said the behavior while not, sexual in nature was clearly unwelcome The widow of, a slain. Maryland newspaper reporters spreads his ashes at nationals park the John. McNamara covered news and sports at the capital gazette in Annapolis and was one of five staff members killed when, a, gunman entered, the newsroom in late June the Baltimore Sun is reporting his widow Andrea placed. His ashes in a planter of begonias near left field at the park on Saturday the, baseball stadium where the Washington nationals play, was. A sacred place for McNamara he had waited three decades for a big, league team to return to Washington, and had rejoiced when the nationals. Arrived in two thousand five no swimming and tar kiln pond in Burrillville and north Smithfield Rhode Island for now officials say there's a potentially dangerous blue-green algae bloom it can. Produce toxins, that are harmful to both people and animals, contact can cause irritation to the skin nose eyes and throat and swallowing water containing the algae can cause stomach discomfort in addition to a swimming ban authorities say fishing and boating should be avoided until further notice some thirty eight thousand residents in narragansett and south kingston rhode island are still under a boil water order after e. coli bacteria was found in the water supply the discovery was made.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"You always offer to help cook stranded in the middle of recipe and i'm curious do people actually reach out do they actually goodness yes yes they do i we have a care team cooking carrot and one times dot com that response to a lot of issues for people in the kitchen i should stress they don't do it in real time but we get as we get back as as soon as we can and my inboxes filled all the time with people with issues mostly to do with how can i change this recipe or where did that recipe come from and it's really interesting that the notes on the recipes i also find fascinating note that their notes language matters in this case we had a long debate at the birth of an whitey cooking about whether recipes should be amended with notes or with comments and it was my feeling and our feeling in the end that notes would engender more of a community than comments comments lead to you know thumbs up thumbs down your jerk and and the notes which largely comprise ingredients substitutions issues of oven temperature or health tituted or or indeed the nation in which the dishes being cooked have proven to be really great for our community and it is a community let's get laura in here from kingston rhode island hi laura welcome to the program with samson melissa clark i jane hi sam hi melissa.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is treacherous in several midwestern states as a deadly storm system stretching from the gulf coast to the great lakes roles o'clock across the central us bringing heavy snow wind rain and hail up to eighteen inches of snow fell in parts of northern wisconsin but another fourteen expected by tonight windsor hitting fifty five miles an hour the national weather service also warns of potential coastal flooding along lake michigan and wisconsin and illinois people in chicago are being warned that waves could reach as high as eighteen feet there are two storm related deaths so far one in wisconsin where a driver lost control and headed oncoming suv and in louisiana where a tree fell on a mobile home killing a toddler parts of iowa are also getting nailed by mother nature cbs's tommy clark is in the hard hit town of jefferson iowa migrate mccoy's home got hit hard all of this appear in the tree and as some is still there because we can't get it down dozens of cruise around town now restoring power cleaning up the mess we've had storms go through but i haven't seen buildings torn apart like this here since we've lived here at all we'll be working around the clock to pick up the pieces in this town parts of minnesota and south dakota also got hit by really bad thunderstorms over the weekend wisconsin saw golf ball sized hail in some areas wbz news time one twentyone public hearings for a proposed offshore wind project south of martha's vineyard are in the works as federal and state officials review the vineyard wind project series of public hearings will be held on the island this week as well as nantucket hyannis in kingston rhode island the public can write in about the project until april thirtieth to give comment written comments regarding the april twenty fourth hearing in hyannis will be accepted until may eighth vineyard wind hopes to begin delivering renewable energy to massachusetts in twenty twenty one a bill to provide guidelines for the adoption of animals used in research is advancing in the rhode island general assembly the bill would require educational institutions using dogs or cats for medical research to make animals that are no longer useful for research available for adoption the bill is moving to the rhode island senate for consideration after passing the house of representatives last week we have breaking news this afternoon not stay smart you've got a habit in order to stay ahead you gotta have it newswatch breaking news stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time one twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"On the left to criticize any woman even when it's justified you're just labeled as sexist and sort of dismissing i'm not saying at all that's what peter's doing here i thought his piece was very smart and well reasoned but there's you know there's that issue as well so the gender problem kind of cuts both ways and you pointed out wealth according to roll call nancy pelosi's net worth is around sixteen million dollars jane is calling from south kingston rhode island hi there jane hi there kim how are you today i'm good i'm good what did you think about nancy pelosi i think with nancy pelosi is that we need about forty nine more of her wielding their power in the us government and representing meth across the country i think that we are in neighboring these people at whine about being yeah just that she's out of touch out of touch with the people who were wanting that she's out of talk to the people that are allowing our children to be killed in schools because they're afraid they're going to lose you know the right to have automatic weapons they're the people that have allowed their daughters to be sexually assaulted forty years later finally becoming part of the social discourse so they can tell their story they are they are we you know you look at women women carrie kahn me the last the last economic crisis that we have thank you for the colt heather what about the point about women as at a time where women are wielding their political power more than ever a more women candidates are running a does that count in nancy pelosi's favor.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Papers to represent himself in a legal attempt by his answer to declare killer and bar him from receiving an inheritance from his murdered grandfather's his state so carmine filed a onepage document in new hampshire quite answered timber notifying the court that he who represent himself what's that old saying if you represent you if you've got a fool for a lawyer in a bigger fool for a client yet acting like that anyway karremans answer are asking the court to bar him from receiving any of the proceeds from the estimated forty million dollar estate of their father nathan's grandfather john chuckle us titian alleges a carmen committed the heinous act of shooting killing chuckle those in his windsor home in two thousand thirteen out of malice and greed and states that the petitioners believed that nathan murdered their father and they asked the court to so find these petitioners irs linda karremans three sisters linda's nathan's mother who was lost at sea will unofficial troop with nathan who was rescued she's presumed dead so the nathan carman is in line to collect the portion of the chuckle us estate that would have gone to his mother and his seek to prevent that unjust result the legal action is in on his his slayer petition such chuckle us was killed in december two thousand thirteen he was shot three times in his bed police have acknowledged nathan carmen was a suspect in that case no one has ever been charged now nathan and linda carmen his mother reported missing september a teeth while on a fishing trip aboard his boat the chickenpox the left from south kingston rhode island late at night to go tunafishing and block canyon nathan was rescued eight days later by a passing freighter off the coast of martha's vineyard after being spotted in an emergency raft the fbi and police from several new england states have been investigating the murder of chocolates and the disappearance of linda carmen they have obtained search warrants for nathan karremans vehicle cell phone and his vermont home nathan carman is less person known to build chuckle us just to see is a lesson person to be with his mother we've looked at this in this this is one of those fascinating stories.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That after the deal uh the volleys will essentially be able to have a nuclear weapon as leaving netanyahu said this this deal paves the way to a new uh nuclear bomb will endure eight of this deal the iranians are supposed to ratify the additional protocol right now they're implementing its but in year eight wants the us congress actually lift sanctions the army's will ratify which dan will make it permanently part of their law no country has built a nuclear weapon while ratifying the additional protocol because it gives the iaea such intrusive inspections that it is essentially impossible for them to get a nuclear bomb however by nixing the deal while pretending to fix it we are now jeopardising the opportunity to get the vanni is to ratify the additional protocol and give us the best possible guarantee that they will not get a nuclear weapon mark in kingston rhode island mark you're on the thank you for calling hi tom i have a comment on a question her comatose comment from our standpoint of negotiation i don't think it's a question of credibility i think it is entirely a question of leverage ultimately what's point give us only if we ever have negotiated effectively with regard to a question for me if that if we have the ability of the iaea has the ability to inspect all research facilities and an engineer with the knowledge and material and at equipment could make a center here at a military facility how can we possibly be confident that they're not still currently engaged in heavy of developing a nuclear weapon mark little of your robin reid marketable woods has expressed that doubt about military facilities what about that carve out in the deal in our colours question.

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"kingston rhode island" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kingston rhode island" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And that's good park everybody's concern you gotta compete for a job how do you explain to the freshman that they have to darken the classroom this is a conversation kirk for the first here in the in our first meeting we talk about why your ear and you know it and and that's not necessarily the first thing you have to explain to acute gang colin line harbor the other thing we do is we have an academic meeting with him but first the first day they're here and we have an orientation where they have to go through seven eight who served orientation to the campus and all of that put you in good shape for their first year let's blitz pre view the game this week and you're headed to meet stadium in kingston rhode island for that game against the university of rhode island looking back at the history here you lead that series games against to rhode island three three games to zero i know you've been reviewing the tape from ah nineteen 23 when you guys first played at harvard stadium who won that game thirty five to not they gave us a preview that game and just to talk a bit about who james to be shaping up bureaus formidable opponent the this season that being princeton you both were at the top of the ivy league pole well to the first point uh university rhode island there is a good football team and i tell you that you know they're owing two but you know we had a chance to get as much information as we can from the first game they cook an fbi school two three overtime compa probably should have won that game if the kitchen's truck you'll go became make leg went on to put fifty five points against kansas in a big twelve the following week much improved pain bigger budget year starters on their team their top athletics and obviously an individual one scholarship football team so uh we'll have a handful you know world work in progress we haven't quite a game we got a lot of new faces so be very difficult for us especially on the road are you are you in speaking terms with corneau's football tina who did they steal the.

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