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"lake level" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom
"A fire that started along state route four, ten in Bonney Lake Monday night continues to burn this morning. The East Pierce County Fire Department says level three evacuations have been issued for areas south and west of that highway, and as of last night, the fire had burned about one hundred, fifty acres. But what about now, let's get the very latest from Dina Sutherland, a public information specialist for East Pierce County Fire and rescue Dina. Thank you for your time. Good Morning. So what's going on right now who's being evacuated and what resources are being set up for them Well. No new evacuations since Lee yesterday afternoon, we the city of Lake. Police. Department had the bulk of evacuations and that was caused by a flare up that we had late in the day that the fire actually crossed four ten major highway and proceeded down the hill But the F-. Definitely. Spread, we had a big Gust of wind came through yesterday and it just Kinda took the fire and left to end. we just had to devote all the resources we had. To stand we're definitely working well with well outside of our we we have our department we have called in a strike team that has come from across puget sound. So we have fire engines and breast tracks from all over the region, all of our district, and not just here, all our neighboring jurisdictions or dealing with fires if they do and are. So resources have been incredibly text and you're also getting some air support we are. Yeah we we have been helicopter support yesterday brings some buckets. Of, water and we had another in the middle of December great fire, which is what this this big fires being caused right now we had other vegetation Cyrus popping up, we had other structure fires a couple of them. So with the seventh grade fire, we we believe we have lost four homes right now but with other fires that happened throughout the district, we lost three mobile homes and another fire and another structure South Prairie It's it's been a really hard time for our community. And what does the forecast telling you in terms of wins we understand that the region still under a red flag warning until at least tomorrow night. Well, let's just hope that the Wednesday down right now that was our sadie grace though by. Especially overnight, the windscale significantly back and we were able to to these containers. while. We didn't. We didn't have any more containment. We're still about twenty percent contained. We didn't lose any more. So that was really helpful. So that's it was a little bit better start today or. And then started switching resources we've got tired people. I'm sure you do how total acres burned thus far. Do you have that figure handwrite? Well. Right now is it still at about a hundred fifty acres we'd guesstimate is kind of hard to get a good solid number on that. But it was certainly less as of yesterday afternoon and then at night. So I think right now we're we're at about that same number, one, hundred, fifty OK, and you talked about all the fire crews on sure they are exhausted. How about those who have been directly affected by this fire? What are you hearing from some of the victims? It's been tough because in the middle of all this, we definitely have road closures and that impacts evacuation routes. so people were struggling to. Find their way of the hill and Bonney Lake and and make their way to safety. So we do the best we can to give the best guy if we can but we're also trying to manage the fire resources and get the help. It needs to be and these fire responses we have. That's an addition to our normal volume, which we are struggling to maintain right now, just for our normal volume that happens with our district. We we typically run a good trump calls a day. So we were doing the best we can with what we have sure and what are you asking of residents now, I'm sure lots of people want to get back to the areas. See if they can get an update on their land, their property, their situation. Yes. Just stayed formed do as much keep keep on top of the situation. The best you're ten we're pushing out information on our social media platforms were sharing the very latest from all the Sumner Police Department and of the Bunny Lakes we swarm and as well as the county just gotTa really be diligent to pay attention to that information But the one thing that was a bit challenging is some of the means of communication to get information out we're being taxed. Pierce. County. Has a system called PC alert that is a great tool to get notifications out to a residence and we and people started register right away. So that notification was going out, texts are sense if an evacuation needs to happen in that particular area for where the citizens registered four. So at least they can get those real time notifications. We do have a the county as well. What we're going to back to line, which they have been working so hard and diligent in their the call takers p, the residents actually talked to somebody but. It overwhelmed the system when everybody started calling at the same time. So we're just trying to we're asking. Patients. They possibly can everyone's working around the clock to try to take those calls. Right Dana Sutherland. Is the public information specialist for East Pierce County fire, and Rescue Dana. Thanks for that update. You Bet.
Climate change is hastening lakeshore erosion
"Climate change is making more waves and eroding the shoreline of Lake Superior more quickly. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hunter on the shores of Lake Superior this is climate. So I'm back from vacation now, working inside the lab today, but I can still hear those lake superior way of swooshing in my head for the last three summers. We've stayed at some lovely cabins near. Grand Marais each year. The Big Lake has eroded the edge of the bluff closer to our cabin and this year. The edge is only about three feet away, and it's a fifteen foot drop down to the waves below. Charlie. Walters owns the cabins hi Charlie. Doing I'm doing great. How much would you say that? Shoreline has eroded in the past couple of years well this last year has been about a foot the previous year. It was only a couple of inches, but this last season it really picked up pace. We were pretty stunned when we saw the cabin this year that we stayed in its now perch, just a couple of feet from the edge. What are your options to save that cabin and address the shoreline? To Cabin, but you'd still have the Rozhin problem. I'm told you know they'd have to build up with rock and put some type of filter Mesh screen in and back fill with some soil and. Anyway be a long process and in the range of forty thousand dollars, so Charlie if this repair does turn out to be forty thousand dollars. What does that to Your Business? What's the impact there? My wife grandmother came over from Norway and his only things since nineteen thirty two. And right now in the process of fixing up the cabins, and then paying off loans, so it's a pretty big dent. We basically have to stop everything else. We're doing Charlie Walters. Your cabins are lovely I wish you the best of luck and I hope we talk soon all right. So many Lake Superior Property owners like Charlie are now facing costly repairs from erosion damage heavier precipitation in the lake. Superior watershed is boosting water levels to near record, highs and warmer winters mean less protective lake GEIS's forming to buffer the waves that may be speeding up the erosion process. Jay Austin is a professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth and works with the Large Lakes Observatory Hi Jay here from you, Paul? So how high are water levels running on lake superior now and in the past few years. We've had a remarkable run since about. About twenty seventeen of extremely high lake levels on the order of ten to twelve inches above what we would normally be seeing at this time of year, and what's the climate change signal for higher water levels in Lake Superior is it as simple as heavier precipitation in the Lake Superior Watershed when it comes right down to it? Yes, last several years have been much wetter than we would normally see here. The other one is the fact that is suppresses surface waves, and hence protects in some sense shoreline from that sort of wave driven erosion. The long term trend is indeed towards less is and how much of a winter temperature difference between total ice and no is does there need to be to make that change unlike superior? A year, where there is significant ice on the lake, and so people are going and visiting the ice, caves and people are ice fishing, the difference between one of those years at a year with basically no ice can be due to winter air temperature differences on the order of two three degrees. Fahrenheit, so the system is extremely sensitive to these relatively small shifts in winter, climate conditions J. Austin. Thanks for making the time in good to talk with you again. Thanks for having me on.
"lake level" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Rob. I originally became a vegetarian. Because I'm a big doughnut idiot and Yeah Yeah So. Let's let's get that out there so John You are You know my my wife when we were dating this is about twenty years ago and she had already Gone Vegetarian. Like Okay. Cool and from there. I actually became vegan. An eight and a half years ago because well. I tried veganism before and I knew I felt really good when I ate that way. And then family reasons we cut out dairy because we thought my son might be allergic. He's thankfully but yes so then. We're like Oh my gosh we. We sleep better. We feel better all the time like. Let's keep doing nece much next question. Oh this is Ken well. So what role does activism play in your dietary choices. I think Karen you should jump in on that one because your bio you've talked about activism work so absolutely being Vegan is not just a diet twice as kind of a lifestyle choice for me. it it's not just tell. I relate to my food is how I relate to the environment and people around me and around me and it's I'm making that choice by not eating meat that I am going to respect other life so it's a very big part of who I am. Beal's active does activism. Well you're doing activism on campus. It's around plastic bottles. That's an environmental perspective. So does your veganism play into your ideas about the environment. Yeah I mean you. Being Vegan is definitely a very personal thing for me. I don't really go out of my way to like preach or promote veganism to other people. Just because I feel like it's really your decision So I mean me. Being Vegan activism doesn't play much of a role because I'm not comfortable in like forcing that life upon people but it definitely my entire lifestyle. I live very sustainably so yeah I was GONNA say. Do you see a connection between the environmental aspect of what you do and the foods you choose to eat or ninety definitely. I said you see perhaps that kind of growing into as you get older. Maybe add some of that sort of activism into what you're doing I know you obviously said it's a personal choice and like everything else is a personal choice drinking bottles of water bottles as a personal choice. But certainly that you've taken that to heart and you're actually active in the community on that aspect. I mean do you see yourself kind of maybe moving to more of a Vegan activism as well? Yeah definitely I I mean. I know a lot of people who are Vegan right now but I don't know a lot of people that are like active in the community so I don't have that resource introducing her. I was GonNa say by doing something activism isn't necessarily that you're you're leaving proselytizing people. It means that you're doing something to make a change and by doing something to make a change and teaching people how to make a change. You are being activist just by being present. I would say like. Hey you've got Josh Pitt. Okay so you're creating a I mean the existence of Your Business Existence of your business statement in and of itself right that anyway so yeah robin thoughts on activism or. Yeah you know so for me just just talking about Talking about sustainability. That's that's been that's been a topic that's really easy to converse with respective veganism. You know that I I get real tired of of the articles like Oh if you like shower for five minutes instead of ten minutes you get a low flow. Turn the water off while you're brushing your teeth like that. I like stop eating meat. And you will save billions of gallons. You can save hundreds of gallons by turning the tap off while you brush your teeth. You can save billions of gallons by stopping eating meat. I mean it's it's not even close right so those are easy conversation. That's low hanging fruit. But that's for me. It's it's all like person to person. Let's talk about the ideas instead of like. I'm pretty quiet when it comes to like yelling at people on the front lines. Yeah probably just to be just to be clear when you say you can save hundreds of gallons by turning the tap off Russia that makes sense to me sure one person can save billions of gallons by not eating meat is that a billion billion billion thousands each different. Yeah I wouldn't say math. Like Nah Billion No. No I think that's I think that's a that's a that's a good clarification because the truth is if you look at like the Psalm of say. Animal Agriculture in the United States between the food itself and the food that we give food. That's a lot of bluewater effectively. Were IMPORTING DROUGHT to California by exporting Alfalfa as feed for cows in East Asia China Japan. Whatever just so we can also get clarification. I I'd like to talk definitions for a second because when it comes to talking about food one word tends to pop up. And it's the word sustainability which seems to be a buzzword more than a word that people agree on the definition of so we're talking about sustainability around food. What the Hell do you guys mean? I'd like to establish that because it's going to be set a lot during the conversation but one people don't know what it means and then to allow people don't agree on what it means. When you're saying sustainability what are we talking about? It used to work at least management their sustainability program. We'll do great to answer this question. Step up expert. It is about reducing the amount of harm doing a practice that can continue without eventually killing itself off. So if you're doing a practice that is eventually going to wipe out all of something. That is not sustainable. Eventually everyone is going to go hungry. So you want to have your food be renewable just like US driving in gas cars. That is not sustainable. There is an end that is going to come. It doesn't exist anymore so to me. That's how I've learned sustainable. Cocoa would you say that sustainability has anything to do with just think about the topics that we end up talking about on this show through throughout each year season? What I'm thinking of I get ideas. Touch points of economy social sustainability and environmental those. Those are the three pillars. I would think of when it comes to to this conversation with that. Does that sound about right or I think we should also add health to it in the sense that don't fall under social. Yeah okay sure At least for me separate it out I mean so I. I recently read a book called Zero Marginal Cost Society and it's basically like a broad vision for the future say post capitalist economy. That's coming way sooner than people are mentally prepared for and Where the economy is going is more of a social economy. Where OUR So we so. We build capital. Right now by accumulating money that's our capital but in the new economy to be more like our reputation and the way that we relate to people how trustworthy we are that sort of thing so when I think of social I think of more interactions whereas you know specifically in terms of sustainability of your diet. We've got this ongoing problem on a public health. Level with like diabetes diabetes heart disease and those sorts of things so effectively. I mean technically. Life is not sustainable. In a certain sense right. We're all going to die in the Sylvia Plath we have meaning the not like Sylvia plath specifically it's pretty right so like the ideas like Elongate your life or have a healthier and better way of life that is you know in my in my view. A sort of an expression of sustainability. That is quite different from say the sustainability of our community our local economy the way we relate to other that sort of thing. Just got any thoughts on this not really. I mean you're on a farm so yeah you grew up on a farm when we're talking about sustainability any ideas on it thoughts. Well I mean it's just like Karen said you know you WanNa make sure that your food is a renewable source. Nothing that you are and you wanNA cut waist down. You make sure that what you're doing is not harming the environment around you you know. Not Polluting the ground. Not Cause the sustainability of the earth around you to is super important. People have lost such. I think a lot with like where their food genuinely comes from the dirt that grows in and what it takes to make that like cultivated years and years and years. And if you're putting harmful chemicals or if you're doing stuff like that or you're abusing it that it's not going to produce for you anymore. You know even sod farms lake people are just basically shaving the topsoil off over and over and over again pretty soon that won't produce anything anymore. You just basically put subdivision on ener something. Wow that's how we get so many of these subdivisions Ronald Sprawl. This is interesting. So Steve All right so why distinction between Vegetarian Which is no animals in veganism which is no animals and animal byproducts In your opinions. Don't they accomplish the same goal? Anybody Bueller no. They do not okay. If I were on a farm Jessica's and I were producing my own dairy products. I would be of a different mind but the dairy products that we're having now at our croakers. These are notes made from farm animals. These are from factory farming and the way that we get that milk to come to our grocery store. Shelves is not a sustainable Noor Ethical Practice. And we're hearing more and more in their advertisements of grass race. We're hearing cage free. We're hearing these terms because the public is getting more aware of the fact that these cows are being raised in Lake level boxes and not moving in their lives that these animals are are being tortured to provide our food and our dairy so in theory. If I were to be on a farm I probably would be okay with vegetarianism but in this world. I think Terry just said last week. The Way an animal's killed well affect the quality of the meat as well or in this case the milk because of the chemicals that are released into the body. Yeah the the whole thing is an animal's living. Animals have feelings there. Like pig doesn't know what's going on around it. You are out of touch kids. Just they if they're sad and bummed out and depressed and lonely or fearful that is going to affect the way that that oil releases toxins into their body and it just why would you wanna eat something that had a miserable life that's cruel you know so it's fitting in when the terrible joke. I'm sorry but it seems like a fitting in in a way but so we're getting into the conversation. We're getting a little bit ahead. You've answered the question. Other people's thoughts on vegetarianism veganism. We'll get into some of the other stuff I was about to get into the back end of the show. Yeah so for me actually. This is so after I had made the decision to become Vegan. I encountered a video of chicks being thrown. Live into grinder right right and that is probably the second most impactful of video for me of You know sort of justifying my decision to ask what the I know. The first one is actually hilarious. It's it's GonNa be a Ryan Levin murdered and it's ducks running upstairs and going down a waterslide and then you know running around and they get an wait in line and go up the stairs and go down the water slide. And they're just they're ducks but they're having fun. You can put that one on the website you can share. No but I mean for me that one was especially like watching watching these creatures that are definitely not on the high.
Atlanta: Trump plan to divert Pentagon funding could have GA impact
"President trump's plan to divert three point eight billion dollars of defense funding to the border wall could impact Georgian negatively cuts announced include ordering fewer C. one thirty J. cargo jets built in Marietta and fewer F. thirty five fighters with parts made in Georgia Georgia congressman very Loudermilk says he's working to minimize the impact the top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on a WSPU stop emotional story LA Valentine's day gift for the crew of the international space station A. B. C.'s loyal Moris has more it took several times over the past week but finally a successful launch entry thirteen Northrop Grumman's unmanned cargo ship headed to space the nearly four ton shipment bringing experiments in gear but one specific request from the astronauts three types of candy skittles hot tamales and Mike in Mike's their sweet care package expected to arrive Tuesday one of Louise ABC news seven X. four people near lake Lanier as the lake level continues to rise after all the recent rain the lake level is nearing the nineteen sixty four record high of one thousand seventy seven point two feet lakes on loan reports Lanier's level for IT at less
"lake level" Discussed on KCBS All News
"New year on the way snow conditions are spectacular crossed Tahoe ski board cross country to throw a snowball Kirk what is the great family resort located near Carson pass on highway eighty eight Kirk which is the first to be a hundred percent open twenty inches no this week freshen the surface north stars the high end resort located north Tahoe Northstar as eighty seven of a hundred trails open thirteen inches of fresh this week on top of a big bass the great heavenly mountain is located in south Lake Tahoe heavenly is already open ninety two of ninety seven around many provide a panorama of the lake home what is a personal favorite of mine but it's often late to open that's because home which is located near lake level along highway eighty nine it's so close to Lake Tahoe that at home would when you sell downhill it feels like you're going to ski right into the lake home went as seven let's turning sixty two runs and ninety five percent of its terrain open pick a break between the storms and drive up for the new year's it's fall on go time at Tahoe I'm time teamster KCBS we go back now to the case CBS traffic desk Frank Munich once again starting to soften Sandra fell off for a problem the C. H. P. is still dealing with northbound one a one before Sir Francis Drake Boulevard we have a two car crash involving one car on that side it's an injury crash the far right lane remains closed dear Santa Rosa was found twelve just before Dutton Avenue a new report of a crash and dared those seats piece of that was a car which slammed into the center divide and bart reporting twenty minute delays into and out of the trance paid to do the track make not so your next update at twelve thirty eight on the traffic leaders mostly cloudy overnight areas of patchy fog developing with a chance of rain in the North Bay overnight lows.
"lake level" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bound five eighty over the Altamont pass our very own vessel says all clear and half the speed limit drive safe Kim an extravagant date is twelve twenty eight of the traffic leader KCBS bay area forecast calls for cloudy skies today highs and low to mid fifties slight chance of evening showers otherwise lows in the upper thirties to mid forties tomorrow sunny traffic and weather together on the H. on all these one of six nine AM seven forty KCBS case CBS news time is twelve nineteen well speaking of whether tis the season for fresh power with our mid December rainfall in today's cold storm system from the Gulf ally of Alaska diving into the bay area today snow enthusiasts are expected to run for the hills and hear more about this we're joined on the KCBS ring central news line by Kevin coop Cooper is the marketing director for outside television well Cooper so you are it heavily right now tell us what it's looking like outside a great white and move into that right now I'm coming down gunbarrel looking out it's all actually beautiful up here partly cloudy skies yeah but you're about thirty one degrees of around twenty six degrees anywhere between one and five eighths of the snow falling over the last twenty four hours given the season total already for disease a hundred forty seven to a hundred and sixty seven it just ended around the lake most all resorts about a hundred percent open you're invited that actually looks like we're going to get a little bit more snow tonight for a little Christmas Eve re fresh okay what kind of a skiing and snowboarding season are we looking at so far this year art is absolutely fantastic that made it even better than last year five last year at this time quite a we are right now at about the resorts were about seventy eighty percent open stop work now from away very good condition and the snow is red light drive not just all alright if if you're hearing back the snow making operations really got also lake level was also before you dropped out drop country still operation show showing so much to do right now okay to pure kinda drifting in and out like a snow storm so maybe even keep the phone closer to your to your face any tips for snowboarders are skiers hitting the slopes for the first time well you know what I would do is I would always take a lap and that's the most important part.
"lake level" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Core for bringing the lake levels down before the rainy season to prevent any emergency situations ahead of the storm we just. five headed our way and they didn't have to do a merchant the discharges because they already had enough room in the lake that take that water that they thought might be coming into the system toxic algae blooms of both coasts traced back to lake Okeechobee damage wildlife and chase tourist away last year New Guinea flatworms have invaded Pinellas county officials say they contain another parasite called rat long worm and if it gets into the system of the dog cat or person it could cause severe paralysis or death the worms mostly live in the dirt in potted plants are under rocks or dog owners should watch their animals closely outside to make sure they don't want to kill one of them you pour boiling water on the floor it is news I'm John the question. this is a Bloomberg market minute stocks are higher is job growth came up short in August and that make clear the way for another federal reserve interest rate cut payrolls climb to below forecast one hundred thirty thousand that was boosted by twenty five thousand temporary government workers hired to prepare the twenty twenty census up next for the reserve chair J. pal set to make public remarks this afternoon officials cut rate by a quarter point on July thirty first in the first easing in more than a decade in the next three years more than one hundred twenty million workers will need to be re trains because of artificial intelligence is impact on jobs that's according to the IBM and the training will be longer than in the past IBM said workers need an average of thirty six days of training to close the skills gap and New York is leading a multistate anti trust investigation into Facebook the goal is to find out if the social.
"lake level" Discussed on WJR 760
"You know unplug it we get out there it's actually the lake level so there's nowhere for the water to drain to so what we have to do then is if plug up the storm drain and and then you know pump and probably pump until August until the water level start to go down a bit because you can't you're not gonna pump the whole lake but is not the responsibility of the homeowner are now well it it depends you know if a road is all flooded out and it's coming up from a storm drain in the road you know the road commission and and our our drain department has been working very closely but I mean it's just I don't know it it's just mother nature you know Frank one thing is I have to tell you like this sort of a funny story but when I was a supervisor in Sheridan township at eighty six the last time the water levels were so high if people are saying all the water to lake levels are controlled by I don't know they get very good at it who block you know the army corps of engineers or they get a lot more water over the Niagara Falls or something I mean you're stuck on okay and then one guy stood up and said well if they would stop once you know all these boats because all the books are getting launched it right off I thought whoa I hope this cell is not an engineer well you know I mean think about it if you put an Ice Cube and a glass of water the water goes higher yes I I understand the way they're thinking but if they don't understand how large a lake is even a small lake like lake Saint Clair is so large that boats going is not gonna raise the water level so now he has really the only thing that controls the water level in my opinion is the the weather god yeah sometimes the weather got is not paying attention to us because you know this last winter there was record doc about record there was record snowfalls up north in all that had to melt and it all came down and of course all this amazing amount of rain that we've had you just have sort of a perfect storm here let me ask you very quickly before we go is it having any impact on the on the sewer overflow problem that you talked about before dawn in the Saint Clair shores area the water level doesn't impact that what has impacted it is of course all the heavy rain when we have a heavy rain not only our pump station but others are in the Great Lakes basin can't absorb that amount of just can't handle I should say that amount of rainfall and so you have to discharge it combined sewer overflows we are big pump station in the Commons at nine mile Jeffers and unfortunately we can't it discharges your now that's been going on for fifty years and as I told you that's really why I ran for this job so we are under design right now a thirty million dollar project which is that gonna be two faced respected start construction next year and our best guesstimate is that we will eliminate combined sewer overflows when we're done there I somewhere in the seventy percentile hopefully up to eighty.
"lake level" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of red interior looks at just fanning today's he out on his balcony barbecuing or you heard about that, Richard. He got the thunder storm on the most incredible steaks on the grill. And then that that horrible downpour got in the way of haven't fast. Yeah. I told him what's the difference? You get schuch with your your meeting. So. The grave try again. Yeah. Yeah. Well, let's talk about that. Because we do have some severe weather moving in potential for it. You know, there's a at this hour, it's seventy six and kankakee. That's how close. So this is coming sixty at midway. So there's a northbound were front and coming into that warm, humid air is is called front, and we have a powerhouse Jetstream over hits. What happens is you get the winds to pile up down here at ground level on the front. We have an east wind coming off the lake it's cool and pretty unpleasant, but you go into the shaft wins that are propelling those kankakee tavern up to the seventies. That pile up avair were those Winfield's meat is what we call convergence on the air piles up. It's gotta go somewhere can't go into the ground. So goes up and then helps develop the thunderstorms, and then they up well into these powerhouse Jetstream winds. They these thunderstorms can mic some of that wind energy down to the surface in their wind gusts. So the fear tonight is that some of these storms that we're getting a couple of pop out and western Illinois organize. It some kind of line come adage in the best thinking now this arrives in the city maybe about. Nine ten o'clock sooner. If you're out west and the period from like nine to one AM would be the period watch for severe those showers may will extend beyond that probably five or six or being the northwest, Indiana suburbs, even seven tomorrow morning. Then we'd go into the what's known as the dry slot in the storm. If you look at a satellite picture, there's a comic shape to it that little notch of dry air. That makes the comment is is the jet stream, and you get under that scenario where the jet dives down to the surface of the wind energy. So we have a classic high wind situation of our even though the settled come out, these will not be thunderstorm. Winds just you know, straight line winds that come in the is they dive out of the jet. And of course, this is an issue for high profile vehicles. And can we're getting some Gus if they got to fifty fifty five miles per hours. We're getting sub suggestions of some of the models that the threshold for doing some damage. We'll see. What happens there, and the irony will be the subtle out during the whole where what about on the lake itself, Tom where are we looking at some waves. Big waves. Now, they're running about eight to ten feet, and you know, they have no lake level gauge calcium at harbor the lake level is come up about one point to feed and that should have to submerge. You know, pieces of our beaches says he probably knows his list little beach out there in some places. But it's the winds come around to the southwest is they will by morning and during the day tomorrow that will go away they'll be lake levels in the waves will be headed for the other shoreline and they'll come down on this shoreline. So the high wave situation is something that will be diminishing with those out west winds riding toward morning and the next challenges another storm lifting out of the Gulf that could give us a cold rain that could be mixed with some wet snow on Sunday. But once that goes, we ought to get a nice warm up. Probably get some sixties in here Tuesday Wednesday, especially Tuesday away from the lake but so couple of. Nice warm days at least a week ahead of for all the the many many many many thousands upon thousands. Who celebrate Easter? That's another week away. That were this Sunday. There would be giant Oprah hats flying all over the city peaches in rose in all the bright red constant work out that well either in the soggy weather. You know, the kids get all covered in. That's never good. Good point. Yeah. So of Rosena file fire up his grill. It should be right about nine fifteen tonight because wanna start to move in that we think so seems to rain and reforms with lightning flashing that. If he's listening. The moved up the game today. So that's that'll six thirty five. I guess this idea this that's approved lose at a little earlier. No problem with that. Richard. Fan. What are you? I mean, you know, this is the way. Hey,.
"lake level" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Six zero three the bay area's news station. KCBS? Let's call it. Unsettled weather lead the chance of anything in the picture for today. Good morning. I'm stand bunker. I'm Susan Lee Taylor. Here's what's happening. Eight protesters were arrested for chaining themselves to San Jose city hall last year are scheduled to appear in court this morning. It's KCBS as mad Bigler reports. Live the group is fighting to stop the proposed Google mega campus downtown good morning. Susan, this is what it sounded. Like last December when eight protesters chained themselves to their seats at San Jose city hall. They were trying to stop the council from selling city owned land to Google for a proposed mega campus and the sale was approved. Anyway, and now supporters of the so-called Google eight are planning to rally outside the hall of Justice this morning as they appear in court. So we're here this morning to send a clear message to Google and its shareholders that we need them to take responsibility on the effect that they're having in our community is Maria. Noel Fernandez with Silicon Valley rising says their biggest concern is the twenty thousand Google IRS will push low income and homeless people out of San Jose. Now, prosecutors say all charges have been dropped against the protestors. But the activists claimed that they have still been told to appear in court. So we'll find out reporting live Matt Bigler KCBS the storm. We're going through here in the bay area. Translating do blizzard whiteout conditions in the Sierra Nevada. KCBS reporter Holly Kwan joining us live to report on the avalanche risk. And of course, that means even driving is dangerous. Yes. Dan winds are gusting up to one hundred five miles an hour on the ridgetop snow at lake level is several feet overnight Kirkwood reporting forty four inches in the last forty eight hours. It's light and dry which creates dangerous cornices overnight which have to be blasted off by the ski patrol. Kevin Cooper is with Kirkwood and heavenly resorts, he says this is no Sierra cement Utah. Great. I like to call it cold smoked powder. The sprawling right now with that. And with the amount of spy comes the challenge with avalanche. An avalanche mitigation the ski withdrawal. They're already out. They were out at five o'clock this morning, but not altering. In will be open in safety says back country skiing. Don't do it. What's the challenge? Whether you're a snowmobile enthusiasts or your ear and rider, let this settle down for a couple of days. And then go out enjoy the back country. And if you're thinking of driving up today tomorrow, just stay off the road. Let the Cal trans crews work. Those guys have a lot of work to do before live. Holly Kwan KCBS to emergency meetings are being held in paradise today to discuss famous threat to take away funding the clean up after the campfire KCBS. Veronica Carter tells us a decision will likely be made today to force people off of their property again. The director of the Buchanan health department says it isn't safe to live unburned properties. So famous out a letter last week saying cleanup money from the federal government is at risk. Paradise town council member Mike zuccarello is frustrated that FEMA didn't lay out the ground rules before people were allowed back in. He says they're probably going to have to move. This is too big gamble that feel like we have a financial gun per head. The estimate is that at least one thousand properties are being. Occupied post fire. You have a parcel that doesn't have at the image structure. You would be able to reside on it. But if you have a property damage Berkshire they're knocking allowed to reside. There zuccarello says they're not likely to roll the dice for one point seven billion dollars, meaning survivors of the campfire going to have to pay all over again been displaced once and now you have to be displaced again for Carter KCBS oil. There is word of a big step forward in the.
"lake level" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"There had been a ton of snow up in in Tahoe. And there may have been but by the time, we get up there rain it had rained quite a lot. And so as we were driving up into the mountains, I'm like. Where's there? There wasn't much and not at lake level. Anyway, was very not snowy very Brown, very very dirt. And so I was kinda bombed. So, you know, because I had expected it to be this winter wonderland and everything and one of the days, the thing that was crazy because you know, how it rains at lake level, but it snowing as you get up higher. So you get all your clothes on and you're going and. We ski at home ski homeward is my favorite. It's so low level. It's just like a real family plays. It doesn't have a lot of high speed lifts, you know, all the, you know, all the cool. Cats are going to the scenes and squad northstar wherever so I like homework because it's very manageable. We get on the chair, and it's pouring. It's absolute downpour. So everything you've got on. You know, you're wearing ski close. So you're fairly waterproof. But it's pouring. It's getting in everywhere, and everything that isn't, you know, plastic on you like, you're the thing that's keeping your face warm. Everything's just getting soaked. And then you get up to I don't know the first thousand feet of the lift go up, and you sorta hit this ridge. And then you go up, and then this the rain turns into snow so now you're soaked, and you have snow falling on us about the time. You get to the editor lift your cupboard and slush. So then then you get off. And then you and it's a squall. I mean the first day that we want. It was just it was crazy. Yes. Vin your hands up. I can't tell did you like it this day. This day was not good. This is not a good day. All right, but mostly because we're up there. And I did I did two hours..
"lake level" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You do get a few warm days. It almost gets above seventy five. So you can grow things. Bennett drought. Still even some snow last night's as you're going to get a lot today. You're gonna I predict okay. And you give me a call. If you. Laura. Foot and a half of snow. Now there is nine inches. It had only the resort up in the mountain lake level. Where I now I'm looking about two and a half inches here on the predictor of earthquakes, and all I wanna say lake level. It's not snowing. Now, I met a stay maybe another three my brother. Half. Minimum. Check me in about two or three days and ask you a question in two weeks. I'm going to Canada, I was going to Anchorage. But that earthquake spooked me. So I changed. Go ahead going on -tario Canada during I did. I know I know there's kind of a route around the Great Lakes. What do you think? Do you think I'm gonna get stuck in Salt Lake or? Gopi bad in Ontario. You think it'll be pretty much smooth sailing. I think it'll be smooth sailing, but you're going to get, you know, look at the weather report because I think the weather is changing and Ontario's in that particular kind of thing where we hint predicting an ice age type of thing going on from the from the glaciers up there unopposed. Of course, I'm a doubter on climate change. Not no, I'm not global warming is I'm a doubter. Climate change is a thing you can't control anyway. Anyway. Let's get back to your book. Because this is the only one of the main reasons we have Cal on and the book we're talking about is the healing power SuperFood and Cal we're going to have to take that financial break..
"lake level" Discussed on KTRH
"And bones channel two's. So feel Beausoleil says Bliar 's husband was convicted in two thousand sixteen and sentenced to fifteen years in prison. Lake Conroe reopened at noon after heavy rain forest officials to close it over the weekend, the lake level was two feet over its normal level leaving many of the dachshund bulkheads under water. The San Jacinto river authority released water from the dam and Ben monitoring lake levels through the weekend. A report from the Federal Election Commission says Beto Orrick spent nearly all of the money. He raised in his failed effort to unseat. Ted Cruz report shows or work raised more than ten million dollars in the last weeks of the campaign, bringing his total to more than eighty million dollars or about twice as much as the Republican incumbent raised after the election or work had less than half a million in the Bank. But he got some last minute support from a super Pac called, Texas. Forever funded mostly by a major national democratic group. Rachel estrada. Newsradio seven forty KTAR each a GM plan to lay off as many as fifteen thousand workers has prompted plans for a large protests by employee's workers gathered in Detroit over the weekend. The law was eight Representative Stephanie Chiang to discuss their next steps. Lawmakers in Lansing, and in Washington DC are also trying to pressure GM to rethink the decision which the automaker says is based on position. Listening for the future without HAMAs and electric vehicles. The layoffs were now says part of the automakers restructuring plans to close five plants. That's NBC's. Lisa Carter KTAR aches news time is one oh four Santa Claus is coming to town on a tuba. They got a new record set in Kansas City. What are you get when you put eight hundred and thirty five to players and their tubas onstage together all at once. You get a world record..
"lake level" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Good morning. I'm just so confused how you said earlier after running the story about eight year old and the dog that you were getting a lot of text messages from people saying that they need to calm down. At the fact that the police were called shouldn't have happened. And I'm thinking, I just don't know how you can run the two stories next to each other. And then have so much backlash against the police being called. 'cause I haven't shopped at route twenty one for a while. But I'm assuming the girl that was in the dressing room that had to go through the man trying to grabber was older than eight. And in the middle of a store in front of all the people, including the parents, you can possibly be kidnapped. Then I don't understand what even type of chance. Eight year old little girl walking down a street running. I I have I to be honest with you here. I have never been in route twenty one is that mainly of girls clothing store. It is absolutely mainly a girl's clothing store by the hell what a what a man be walking in that store alone. Exactly. Why would an eight year? Year old girl, though, the outside in this day and age walking. Does it depend on the neighborhood? Maybe I don't think, unfortunately, when we're doing new stories about the Molly girl that was abducted and taken and they just found her body, and it sucks up the world has gotten to this point does knowing that I stretch with when it comes to your kids. Why just go walk the dog? So you consider this this mom, you consider her irresponsible. You really don't think. She's a good mother. I didn't say that at all. She could be the coolest person or we could end up being best friends if we ever met, but on that. No, I would absolutely call her insane. I would never ever insane that with. Yes. I basically what you're saying that she may not be an irresponsible parent, but she is taking a chance she's risking her. But I don't think that a mother should ever take on. Todd and Don show, weekday mornings five to ten AM on NewsRadio KLBJ. All right. Got very latest from the lower Colorado river authority and on lake levels right now, the Llano river is busting at. It seems lake Travis is at six seventy two as we speak six eighty one is considered one of the highest points. So there you go six eighty one by the end of the day. So maybe nine feet over the next few hours. That's that's quite a bit man that changes things down there. Yeah. Big time. Buchanan dam at one thousand fifteen feet Buchanan dam trail at eight eight eight we could go on and on and on. Let's see here. Lake LBJ at the sandy harbor eight thirty one now that's an important level right there for folks Mansfield dam at six twenty six twenty six seventy two six seventy two there for Mansfield dam, and it's expected to hit six eighty one above sea level by the end of the day. So there you go all of our lakes. Oliver creeks, Oliver streams, all of the low water crossings are affected by this. This rain event that just continues to get a lot of rain. That's still falling in the area as we speak right now. Yup. And like Travis is what saves us for sure. Because they can't they've got room. And so Austin, we're not going to be affected that badly by this at all. They're not going to have to open up any flood flood gates right now. As far as Mansfield dam goes in Austin, lake Austin or remain constant level for now. It is eight forty nine and you can always call in with your eyewitness reports weather traffic related we'd love to hear from you. If you've got information, you think the community needs to know, this is the place to share it five one two eight three six zero five ninety. So what do you make of this story involving the murder of a journalist somewhere inside the consulate there in Istanbul? It's believed that it was some kind of interrogation that went wrong. A secretary of state Mike Pompeo is meeting with Saudi officials today over the disappearance of the journalist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Fox reporter Simon Simon Owen is on the foreign desk. The State Department saying Mike Pompeo has expressed concern about the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. And that he's thanked the Saudi King to his commitment to investigate it. The journalists family is calling for an independent and impartial international investigation. Saying they are anxiously following the conflicting news regarding Khashoggi's fate in Istanbul. Turkish police have been searching the consulate and we expect it to follow that with a visit to the Saudi consul's residence. It London Simon Owen, Fox News. All right. So there you go. He was very critical of the Saudi government in. It's believed or the word is that he may have been killed in in some sort of interrogation that went wrong. Didn't he expect that something might go bad when he went in there? That's an early early reporting on this is what I'd heard he told us beyond say who was apparently waiting outside for him. If I'm not back out in a few hours. Call somebody. Yeah. So he suspected that things might not end well for him. He suspected the Saudi government wanted him dead because he was writing a reporting things against them. Yeah. Right. You don't do that. Right. And a lot of people listening right now are saying to themselves who cares who cares about this guy? Nobody knows who he is. Who cares? Well, it was a journalist that was killed. He has a defector. He was part of the Muslim Brotherhood that has been, you know, he he's got some some shady history, of course. But the issue that should worry. You is the fact that the Saudi government is talking about. Hey, if America does something against us. We're going to retaliate with some kind of sanctions maybe two hundred dollars a barrel of oil. How about that? How does that affect you? Yeah. We'll gas prices would probably jumped ten dollars a gallon. It'll affect you in a big way deeply, so I guess in a way if you're concerned about your pocketbook and gas prices skyrocketing, and you want the Saudi government to be able to buy all of those fighter jets from Lockheed up in North Texas. Then you probably don't care about this one death. Right. There's this big time. Stuff at stake here. No doubt about it. Yeah. Marco Rubio says this is a time to test our moral fiber in this country. And how we respond to this jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety. Eight fifty two here on the of Don show. And and yeah. So this flood event continues out in the hill country. You've seen some of the pictures. Yeah. Pretty shocking is like nothing I've ever seen out there before we got some bridges that normally are way above the water are completely underwater. You've got houses that are being washed downriver, you've got docs that are being pet. We had the caller who called earlier I witnessed caller who could hear docks being torn apart and cracking and on and on. There's there's a lot of devastation taking place out there. Right. No doubt about it. Stay with us. We do have the top stories coming up right at nine o'clock. We continue till ten Marc and Melinda. They'll be here from ten to eleven rush at eleven of course. Marc and Melinda. Get it too. And then added Jeff they're here from three to seven right here on News Radio KLBJ. So there you go get updates you on the flooding. That update you on some of the road to November madness coming.
"lake level" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"I love that the had falls off every time. I know it's a so cute. There's so much charm in this game. It's like ten percent gross, but it's I, I really like this game and every level feels kind of unique, and there's challenges you can do within those levels. Like the number of times it would take you to. Nakal the balls in the whole or whatever it is. Yes, it's weird. Is this. Yeah, no, it is a lot of fun. I've been enjoying this one quite a bit. Like if you're watching the video right now, you can see where we're showing a like a lake level and you can actually go inside of the lake, which is really weird. If you shoot your ball in the late, you'll find that there's more cue balls in there or more billiard balls in there. So it's just got so many weird layers. And with each level you play, it introduces something new or something you just haven't seen before to keep it very interesting. And it's just like a hilarious game to play. If you're looking for something from on that red fall as a fishing pole, I'm sold by this. How much is it a fifteen dollars bucks? So yeah, it's called pool panic. We always try to be better about saying the game multiple times. Forget this. I haven't seen this status. Yeah, it gets even crazier. There's a stage where you're just in a barn and there aren't even any holes in the ground or anything like that. You just have to like, knock, you have to use your billiard ball to knock other pig billiard ball. Balls out of the barn which is just the crazy mess. But somehow it's a lot of fun here. It is now showing up on the probably look at your switch and you're like, what's the best fighting game? Also, what's the best metro Vania if you're wondering what the most deranged billiards game this is it, what would you even cut like what or is this? This is weird wool. Unexplainable parlor game? Yes, walking pool bolt. Exactly. I haven't even just if some more Fiqh ballgame. They haven't even checked if there's just a straight up normal, real realistic billiards mode in this game. Probably not. I maybe tucked away somewhere. There's some sort of a multi player mode actually haven't checked it out. I think that they do offer like a like a basic billiards table. They're cool, and also like a lot of the levels here open up to like, you can see just cracked open that fence, and there's just like different things that just start popping out and happening. It's very, very strange. I don't think I've ever played so weird. Super weird, but I do have a cool little surprise for you guys. Oh, one of the developers from this game, his name is Angus dick. His Twitter handle is Angus dick eighteen if you wanna follow him, he works for adult swim gains. He actually drew us. No as these characters. Yeah, really wet and get that photo ones. Right there. So from left to, right, it's me Philip and then Casey pair. And then of course, Brian. Yeah, it's super cool. I'm really just, I love this thing that makes me really happy. I was literally playing his game last night for like an hour. This is so cool. So that's what we would look like. If we were in this game. That's the accurate day. Yeah, thank you so much for taking the time to do that angler my hair perfect. By the way, here's really good job there. Look at Casey's glasses. That's that's. That's my confused expression. Paired definitely looks at us. Fought on right there. God, I love how like I'm twenty cent Beavis and Butthead. You got that green going on. That's great. This. This is so unsettling and wonderful, I guess. So that's pool panic. It's out right now on incentives switch, and I believe other console or PC Nintendo switch NPC it's fifteen dollars, pick it up..
"lake level" Discussed on Herald
"Again, at this point, we basically look at the flow levels if the various reaches or the lake level, and when we're approaching that or actually is complaint driven, we have to actually go below or water right before the state of Oregon will actually enforce a, we can't say, hey, you're getting really close now to looks like. Rolling downhill, trans enough water to satisfy watering. We basically when the Mousa water that we have a right to our stop below those levels, we initiate a process and we actually, it involves the of area of fairus also to go through a process and eventually shows up to the state of Oregon filed with the state of Oregon than they go out and basically verify whether or not our rights are being met, then they regulate accordingly. So with the drought, we have ongoing and with declining population trends Mark, based on all the extensive work that you've done on this, where do you see us going? What? What would you predict in terms of the future of these species? End of water management in the climate based on one of the first measures that has been taken with the realization that we are not seeing recruitment. There's been a commitment to helping the fish. Along a few years ago, the fishing wildlife serve service started a roaring program to raise suckers pass the bottleneck stage basically up to about two years of age about ten inches of length. The Klamath tribes also is participating and gearing up our program to contribute to that program. We believe that for some time into the future, the populations are going to need to be assisted with the rain program because we can't easily improve the health of the the lake and the the tributaries. So that is one measure that will be needed for some time to come. One of the challenges with these species is that they don't mature until they're five to ten years of age. So you know, it takes time before we see fish reaching. Maturity or even to evaluate the success of our rain programs that is obviously very important other aspects, you know, we're seeing a lot of cooperation in the community in terms of, for example, with the rearing programs, some of the farmers have provided their facilities. There's some geothermal wells, the lower Klamath area that supporting the fish and Wildlife Services ruin program. The climate tribes are working with the Klamath basin refuges. They have provided us with some raring Pons to help raise fish. Also, we are in cooperative efforts with the state of Oregon and agricultural producers around upper Klamath lake. As I mentioned, nutrient loading and is a major factor contributing to poor water quality. And there are direct nutrient. Inputs into opera climate leg from agricultural lands around the lake. So we've had cooperation recently in working toward solutions to reducing nutrient loading with both the ABC producers and the state regulatory agencies like the d q., Oregon department of agriculture. So we're seeing some promising cooperation to resolve these issues obviously needs to be long term large scale, habitat restoration in the upper Klamath basin. There's no, you know, easy fixes. We have done a lot of restoration. There's been a lot of mar wetland restored. One of the, the big restoration projects that was completed was at the Williamson river delta. You know about ten years ago and that is a critical area for young fish. Coming down the Williamson to rear and projects like that have made a contribution to the recovery. The water quality appears to be kind of overwhelming. All of the good things that have been done in the basin, the fish, greens, the fish ladders, the habitat restoration. A lot of things have been done and been supported by the community over the last twenty twenty five years. People are been supportive of recovering the fish, the swamp and caught two are indicators of ecosystem health or canary in the coal mine. They provide vital ecosystem functions. They, you know, they help maintain the balance of the lake ecosystem. So when their populations are low than you know, we see things out of balance and just an unhealthy situation with the late. So with water quality. In a major factor, just the overall demand from ranchers and farmers and for environmental impact and all that, how much of an impact would just a couple consecutive winters of good solid snowpack make in the overall process? As I mentioned, initially, the endangered suckers their life history is patterned around kind of boom and bust. They are long, lived there very productive prolific when conditions are good..
"lake level" Discussed on Herald
"You know the the, what folks of referred to as the flood flows. But so it's more than just sufficient water for fish, but it's for ecosystem health and in for plants and all those species that are important to the tribes and basically are Representative of of a healthy ecosystem. So we brought that into the process the state adjudicator when it came out of that state process in two thousand thirteen we have what's called determine claims and they're, they're not court decreed water, right? That stands forever. That point. But we have determined claims and those are in now enforceable by the state of Oregon Neo forcement started occur that year in brought some of the difficulties there, but it's all our watering right is based on an in stream. Flow. We realize it's in conflict with some of the diversions and some of the other consumptive consumptive uses. So right away were pitted against those consumptive use user. So let's get our scientists in here to explain just what it is that we're dealing with with water calls the reasoning behind what why they're made the biological opinion that that it's it's based on. Could you detail the the specific fish that that are trying to be protected and the methods that go about doing that with regards to the biological opinion bureau reclamation project federal project, which manages the water in the upper Klamath basin with their management if they have any impact on endangered species or their habitat, they're required to go through a process under the Endangered Species Act, which is basically section. Seven consultation under the Endangered Species Act, which results in a biological opinion, the biological opinion evaluates the effects of the nation project on the endangered species and their habitat. You know, looking at impacts both to habitat and you know the the health of the fish with the biological opinion, there has to be a determination that minimizes the effects to the endangered species and their habitat during an analysis of the project operations in effects. If it is determined that has very harmful effects on the species or their habitat, you know, usually the determination as jeopardy biological opinion with a specific reasonable and prudent alternatives which allow the project to continue but requires non-discretionary. Actions that need to be accomplished to protect the fish and minimize impacts in this particular area. The Klamath project overlays, the primary habitat of two endangered suckers the lost river in short, no sucker or and cop to most of the reservoirs water storage reservoirs. Not only upper Klamath lake, but clear lake and Gerber Tuli lake. All of the project reservoirs are habitat for these species significant impacts of of management water-management on these species. And so in number of measures, activities need to be accomplished to minimize the effects to these fish and and try to lead to actions that improve their status and lead them towards recovery. In the past. One of the key sticking points has been related to lake level. And in the various reservoirs. This year, in particular, the upper Klamath lake, which is one of the primary habitats for the lost river in Shorto soccer. We have a situation where even though the species have been listed since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and there's been many biological opinions over the years that have attempted to minimize impacts to the fish and actually Lee towards improvement in their populations. But none of those opinions or actions that have taken place have arrested the decline of these species in upper Klamath lake. The current status of the suckers in the upper Klamath lake is quite dire. Most of the fish are twenty to twenty five years old average life expectancy. Of thirty to forty years. We have not seen a significant recruitment event which means fish that survived to reach maturity in twenty years. We are are worried that if we don't have a recruitment event in the next few years, we could see an extinction of that..
"lake level" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Atmospheric river with kpi x five's brian happening more rain tonight gusty winds possible thunderstorms early saturday we'll be wet and then lingering showers for the rest of the day sunday those looking dry with warmer temperatures but that's sunday night we've got more rain to contend with tomorrow with diminishing shower san francisco hit sixty three oakland sixty four livermore sixty four and san jose sixty nine degrees extended forecast we'll be looking for things to go completely clear and dry by sunday monday dramatically warmer by monday will be in the mid to upper seventies tuesday increasing clouds and then a few showers coming in on wednesday before going to partly cloudy again next thursday we have traffic and weather together on the eighths on all news one six nine and am seven forty kcbs it's six fifty one megan gold spears editing as our friday newswatch continues water flows into like oroville are picking up as today's storm hammers northern california and state officials warn they may have to use a partially rebuilt spillway at the troubled dan the lake level rose slightly today was still under the danger sound california department of water resource officials say they will use the main spillway at the water level reaches eight hundred and thirty feet but they hope to avoid it the spillway was destroyed last year during a crisis forced the evacuation of downstream towns amid fears of catastrophic flooding in the florida everglades there is a memorial to the one hundred ten people who died there in a crash of a jetliner in nineteen ninetysix well this week the fbi announced a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of a fugitive airline mechanic charged in connection with that crash more now from cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave owner adam it'll be twenty two years in may when pilots valujet five ninetytwo reported a fire on board ten minutes after taking off from miami with one hundred ten people on board they never made it the d c nine slammed into the everglades which largely swallowed the wreckage there were no survivors now the fbi is renewing the call to find this man morio oc l valenzuela as a mechanic for the airlines maintenance contractors sabretech who fled before trial investigators released these new age progression photos showing what he may look like today very often these age progression artworks can be very very accurate.
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"Six and had the poppa john's dot com tomorrow for fifty percent off yankees beat the raise six one it's about as easy as a game can walk at the major lake level the raise hell the just two hits and masahiro tanaka struck out fourteen of them over eight innings three home runs in the first five innings for the yankees and they cruised home tanaka maybe as best performance as a yankee certainly this year let's hear what joe girardi thought sounds of the game is brought to you by polka audio expect great sound poll gaudio is available at toronto or online at around the dotcom courtesy the s network here's joe girardi i thought he had really really good control this rascal sided and split tonight and they were off and they were you know they were good pitchers too he had good movement with them and i thought that was the key what's the feeling like when he's getting a team on and off the field quickly retiring essentially every batty well he faces for guys love that i mean the last time you have spin out there you know the obviously the less told on your body and just to see him dealing like then is is encouraged me his last six or seven starts have have been pretty good um in that's encouraging to have won like this now where he's dominant on the mound you think that's important for him moving forward is to continue to to keep that confident i do have the band inning i believe it was in seattle he'd won banning um that you know i think that was the game that we lost out there but i thought he threw a good game in boston um i thought he threw a brilliant game tonight he had three or four good ones really before the break in down he's you know you want to get him on a roll because he's really important to us what did you think of the production power lines from your outfield tonight pretty special i mean you look it we score six ronza pharma the rbis come from those guys three home runs the big one from clint frazier the threerun homer give us a little bit more breathing room because i mean they're club the hits ball the ballpark too so those are that.