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Casual Swinger

02:50 min | 5 months ago

"malarde" Discussed on Casual Swinger

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"malarde" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now let me play a little bit of this this has become an i can't believe first of all it's just i didn't know the story behind the song but it's i guess it really was written in ten minutes in somebody who's doing an interview and he's at no no no that's not ten minutes at your whole life and then you find out the life of this kid is father was frustrated football flare really bitter and angry and eventually the mother walks out in this kid's life is a mess and above that came what is one of the probably the biggest christian anthem song ever i can listen to the song over and over again every day and if you haven't heard it i can't believe it but you're gonna love it i can only imagine it will be along i can only imagine what may i can only imagine around by you laurine heartbe ladder dance roy view last last highly oh man charles standing in imagine allred who i can i can imagine laurie boy jesus stay what's your knees old i can only imagine is forever worship you i mean it's just an amazing song the name of the band is called mercy me and bart malarde is the guy i guess i'm assuming that it is about his real life and where that song came from got an early copy of the people that put the put the movie i have no idea how i got my copy i'm not telling them either i have my ways which by the way is totally horrible considering it's a it's a faith based movie and i'm stealing a copy of it i'll pay for the movie i'll give them the fifteen bucks it's just i didn't have the time i don't have the time to go to movie theaters perfect time for jesus to absolve.

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"malarde" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WRVA

"Courage true glanced back i am always a little bit edgy about faith films because they can get so preachy and so just got and on top of that i am always concerned when a friend says hey i've just made new movie and they give it to you watch it and tell me what you think and you're like oh dear god okay i watch the movie you just never know a friend of mine gave me a movie he's just finished called i can only imagine and i watched it with my children and it is a fantastic movie and if you listen to me you know that i i say nothing when i especially when i have a friend i say nothing about a movie or a project and i never will rave about something that i don't believe in i think this is absolutely fantastic my son who is like pulling teeth to watch anything other than a marvel movie watched it was engaged the whole time and loved it as well it is a great movie it is the true story of a bart malarde and the song that if you don't know is a gigantic christian crossover song that has a really interesting story called i can only imagine and it's the movie stars dennis quaid who plays bart's of father dennis is going to be joining us here in about a half an hour but i wanted to get bart in here to tell us the real story also john irwin is here who's my friend who's a moviemaker and john first of all if i may give you some details.

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"malarde" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"County also plans to stage the bus at large gatherings daniel vargas news ninety six five wdbo and also knew this afternoon we've learned the homicide suspect them of death but ocala man at a motel in cocoa has turned himself in eighteen year old josh of recovery accused of killing sixty five year old terry malarde who was found dead at a motel earlier this month this happened during these space sex heavy launch you may remember us bringing this story to use for care tempted to turn himself into what he believed was one of the city employees i believe it was a transit bus driver they were uniform uh they contact local police department which they responded and verified the warrant took him into custody carrefour currently being held on a warrant for grand theft auto and now pending murder charges would be extradited back to provide county as soon as the process allows any eleven year old girl who disappeared from orlando over the weekend a safe and macon georgia investigators saying it appears that she was lordy in by a man that she was found with yesterday alice johnson had been playing minecraft video games online where the person they thought was a young lady in illinois but instead it was a trap the fbi and florida department of lauren for alone forcement helping of the orange county sheriff's office fine and the girl and assist in the arrest of the 24yearold male suspect and let that again be a warning to you for all online activity while today is president's day president trump telling everyone to make it a reflective one so we ask you what you may be reflecting on why favorite present a history of abraham lincoln chester a r it would be.

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"malarde" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"They were exhausted mentally and physically and then all of a sudden the shot started dropping foul barnes i remembered 800 had a valid can have yeah and free throws remissed eric snow from michigan state they'd like chris was sitting up on the rim knock and those free throws away in a it will seriously it will divine intervention enda don't know how they did it but that uh that was one of the great great great comebacks in iowa basketball history on the heels of such a tragedy could do to chris shooter all had just been a couple of days prior to that and i remember cabins smith made a couple of huge defensive poke ways steals winter's and looking bill kenyon murray just a freshman russ malarde who was here of the other day uh an and the not very much mentioned anymore j web jay had a really good senior year for the hawkeyes that europe the hawks finished tied for third the big ten by the way fast forward a month later february 27th writer o'clock carter hawkeye arena down to the wire it came iowa down one late and weighed looking bill it's a corner jump shot to put the hawkeyes up they would win it by two james winter's uh made a free throw with just a like point one on the clock and the hawks beat michigan state 66 64 now awesome awesome memories and we thank riverside resort for being a sponsor that historical winning moments riverside casino a golf resort dot com check them out to book your getaway whether it be your golf outing which is right around the corner or whether it be uh uh wedding receptions obviously a great night at the casino but uh they are quite the neighbors to the south of his riverside casino and golf resort live at up were also brought to you deny by iowa corn coroner's used for everything feet for livestock.

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"malarde" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"That i liked and it was for sixty bucks so enough to pay for the treaty to the boss in the boss charge me eighty bucks and i paid it and then i went to the actor and i said oh by the way you know your boss charge made evoke for a treaty told we would be sixty he was furious i went up to the boss i couldn't tell what they were saying but uh put it like this it was animated and it with loud next thing i knew uh the actor came back with twenty bucks gave it to me and said merry christmas triple eight nine seven one s a g eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three so much to get to i want to get to uh the former thousand member cheif of now fox news contributor said the time for jeff sessions to go i don't think so i think everything is going just fine as i told you before this investigation now with perceive to be so unfair so tainted so onesided uh and um it'll selective in its uh in its outrage that there's no way that donald trump is going to leave office as a result of socalled collusion is not going to happen and if donald trump were however to fire malarde of the fire sessions in my gene up above somewhat more activity on the part of the left uh in order to uh to do something and there is no need because this investigation is going nowhere if already gone nowhere he very hurt people like diane feinstein say there's been no evidence so far of any collusion you had people like alan schiff in that uh maxine waters who wanted to impeach him when he was five years old so it's just not going to happen now khalifa bloom the daughter of gloria allred the one who was defending and representing harvey weinstein who apparently was trying to dig up dirt on weinstein's accusers what turns out but she said a paydays for women accusing trump of sexual misconduct please fate please play fox news lisa a court on the hell claiming that attorney lisa bloom may have tried to set up paydays for women accusing president trump of sexual misconduct blum who you probably know well she has a wellknown women's rights lawyer she allegedly offered to sell victims stories.

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"malarde" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WCTC

"Nbc news radio i'm sharon reed president trump says tragedies like yesterday morning's church shooting in texas bring the country together for joining hands we locker arms and through the tears and through the said this we stand strong oh so strong the president also says he does not believe it's time to discuss gun control following the church massacre corresponded taylor malarde is following this morning's developments from texas the president told reporters in japan he believes the issue is mental health and what's that to be the focus is rosy the vary based on preliminary reports very deranged individual a lot of problems over a long period of time trump did say gun control could be talked about but believes that was at the right time after twenty six people were killed that site first factors church sutherland springs out sunday the shooter devon patrick kelly is an airforce vet who the military says with dishonorably discharged two thousand twelve for attacking his wife and child kelly flood the church after a civilian shot him law enforcement discovered his body in his car a short time later it taxes i'd taylor balart outside the church in sutherland springs this morning corresponded i'm in more dean says the community is pulling together i to salvage an army has set up some facilities on the other side to try to help we know that the relatives of those that have been affected by this artery nearby also getting some grief council eight at least six members of just one family are among the 26 victims of the mass shooting people gathered yesterday evening across the street from the first baptist church for a candlelight vigil nfl players who have been protesting social issues during the national anthem say they want a formal mediation session with the league espn is reporting the players are asking for that meeting next week the player say they want to address social justice in civil rights issues that have prompted protests around the league you're listening to the the latest from nbc news radio wctc news time seven a five now central jersey traffic and weather on the fives burst up is tom colangelo and we still do have their closure in all bridge serve route eighteen northbound you're gonna find a detour between very wrote a maple street this is bottom i'll pass rate nine so route nine and some secondary roads going to be your alternate they are what bridgestone still working an accident northbound on the.

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"malarde" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recruited with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period and the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be he he was working as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the board world war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front too witnessed the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school securities white th they could even have servants if they can afford them right that's her hands right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatch a plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to take over pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war said that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone sort of brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really inch christine guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he finds out that they have a very different quiet plan so there's there's a prison yard and it's surrounded by a fence and and armed guards at all times in at night it's lit by electric lights but they've.

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"malarde" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A little more information on that four alarm oh fire working in the oakland hills right now our understanding is the highway patrol has shut down eastbound 580 at edwards avenue because of the nature of the fire we're going to have an update on the fire situation shortly after two o'clock this afternoon here on kqed we invite you to stay with us this is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recruited with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period in the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be here he was working as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the bore war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front too witnessed the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school securities white th they could even have servants if they can afford them wrote nets her hands right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatcher plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to takeover pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war said that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone's sort of brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really interesting guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he.

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"malarde" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the public interest 939 fm and am twenty in your news and the new york conversation this is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recorded with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period and the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be he he was work as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the bore war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front to witness the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school security is likely they could even have servants if they can afford them right that's her hanging odds right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatcher plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to takeover pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war so that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone's that have brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really justin guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he finds out that they have a very different quiet plan so there is i am there's a prison yard and it's surrounded by a fence and and armed guards at all times and.

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"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

"Out even if you don't live in the affected area the impact of this major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened in who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for last week taylor bring us up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater stuck receding elvis and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm has had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along gulf coast of taxes up into louisiana arkansas in mississippi people the reach it are still dealing with flooding at unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future whole once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in low lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those the pats at a hurricane new ahead of time that would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week brought with a tremendous devastation the entire regions could be saturate and there was simply no place for the water to go so even with tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the storm was just too powerful vicar than event you you don't be very often rugadh q in twenty years now but bitten flooding like nobody can plan far has harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just go gulf coast which was going to be affected by the storm leaving areas three hours inland such as water lupe county ordered voluntary evacuations we can be faith thing about three inches of rain per hour and anytime we haven't ever ever rain event like that we the leafy flooding and are low lying areas along the guadalupe river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was him portent.

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"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

"Strong support for victims of hurricane harvey this week as you know has been a very challenging time for the people of texas and louisiana gulf coast the flooding the property damage even the loss of life has been devastating and now everyone in the path of hurricane harvey has to pick up the pieces of the next thirty minutes we're going to take a look at what's happening now in the affected areas and more gordon lee how you can help out even if you don't live in the affected area the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened and who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for last week taylor bring us up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater struck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm has had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of taxes up into louisiana arkansas in mississippi people the region are still dealing with flooding and unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future holds once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in la oh lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the pats at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation tyre region saturating the simply no place for the water to go so even with tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the storm was just too powerful rick rubin event you you don't who very often roucab human corneas here now but good riding like nobody can plan far as harvey started getting.

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"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KTRH

"Even if you don't live in the affected area of the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened in who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for the past week taylor bring us up to speed on wh places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwaters receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm has had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of texas up into louisiana china arkansas and mississippi people the reach it are still dealing with flooding at unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future holds once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those and low lying areas began boarding up there our home's it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the pats at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation tire region exaggerating there were simply no place for the water to go so even with tied to prepare those such his felicia craven's near houston set the storm was just too powerful grouping event year who very often roucab kirin corner years now but good for riding like nobody can plan far as harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just the gulf coast which was going to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as water lupe county ordered volunteering evacuate asians brick it'd be a great thing about three inches of rain per hour and anytime we have a ever ever rain event like that we we thief writing and are low lying areas along the guadalupe river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was important to give people the chance to get out at a nearby new braun full support.

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"malarde" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WLAC

"The affected area of the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide every take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened and who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for the past week taylor brings up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater stuck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm is had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours england on the mexican border all along the gulf coast attacks taxes up into louisiana arkansas and mississippi people that we should are still dealing with flooding and unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans and shelter uncertain of what the future whole what's the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude at the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those and low lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to hire clowned still even though those are the pats at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation tyre region which would be saturating there was simply place the water to go so eagerly tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the storm was just do powerful vikrant event you me very often route tab q in clinton years now but given flooding like nobody can plan far has harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just the gulf coast which was waiting to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as water lupe countywide volunteer evacuations bric a buffet thing about three into the brain per hour and anytime we have never ever ain't event like that we we see flooding and our low lying areas along the guadeloupe river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was important.

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"malarde" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"If you don't live in the affected areas the impact of this major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately wide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened and who's been affected for that part of the story list bringing correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas was last week's taylor brings up to speed on what places were hit hardest in what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwaters stuck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm is had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of taxes up into louisiana arkansas mississippi people the reach it are still dealing with flooding and unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future whole once the weather forecast the in predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in low lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the pats at a hurricane new ahead of time that would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation entire regions possess races there was simply no place to the water together so even with tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the store was just too powerful this is an event you you don't he very often we tab q in twenty years now but this this is flooding like nobody can plan for has harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just those toast with is going to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as blood they county were the voluntary evacuations we could be facing about three inches of rain per hour and anytime we haven't ever ever ain't event like that we see leafy flooding in our low lying areas along the guadalupe river county spokesperson morgan asset it it was important.

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"malarde" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Even if you don't live in the affected area the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened and who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for last week taylor brings up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater stuck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm is had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of taxes up into louisiana arkansas in mississippi people the reach it are still dealing with flooding at unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future hope once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in la low lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the path at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation tyre region be saturate simply no place for the water to go so even were tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the store was just too powerful rick rubin about you know who very often roucab kyrie twenty years now but good riding nobody could plan far as harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just the gulf coast which was going to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as waterloo pay county ordered voluntary evacuations brie a great thing about three inches of rain per hour and any we have a number of rain event like that we the fbi priding and are low lying areas around the guadalupe river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was important to give people the chance to get out at a nearby new braun polls put.

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"malarde" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"malarde" Discussed on KOMO

"A pair of holy rollers in corpus christi texas getting a lot of attention says abc's marguerite malarde there this sold sister's that is the society of our lady of the most holy trinity sisters a pair of nuns who loved to rollerblade dressed in their full habit and attire shop the up booth that sister curried a spark who alongside sister mary elizabeth all bears says they get a lot of attention around town they say they started as a hobby but weren't should they be able to continue in they became nuns but they still keep it up every week even in the sweltering texas heat mark remillard abc news a canas taking steps to protect the endangered right whale abc's daniel capelli has more it's been a bad summer for right wealth off canada's east coast ten have been found dead out of a total global population of just five hundred and twentyfive tests on the carcasses shall most died of blunt force trauma most likely caused by collegians which ships so ottawa is ordering all ships in the gulf of st lawrence to slow down to just ten not thoroughly little over eleven miles an hour conservationists say that finds might be too low that if a step in the right direction and bruno mars says he's donating a million dollars to the flood water crisis he told the audience at a show in auburn hills michigan on saturday night this is abc news komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's arrays hauling in many places around the area so we can expect very very slick roadways because water lifting of the building of oil that has accumulated on the road surfaces again very slick in tacoma collision on highway 16 your i five and in lacey i5 northbound at to road we have an accident as well as seatac northbound i5 reduced to two lanes between state route five sixteen in south center and on not like all the lanes of the mount lake bridge closed westbound state route 512 exit the monthly also closed your neck reported to fourteen i might content on komo news.

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