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"On the downtown connector 75 85 north that near the varsity Bake a lot just went off to the right move trouble off the right, but they still have A center lane knocked out 8 75 85 north north of I 20 What That's done is jam of the connector back before at University Avenue to 44 lives in the sky captures founder Mark McKay 95.5 WSB Wst News Time is 8 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams. And judging about the President Biden's new Covid plan triggers a call for legal action. WSB Michelle write reports live Governor Kemp is vowing to fight the measure had one of the more controversial points in the requirement is that federal employees Vaccinated or undergo weekly covid testing. And that same mandate extends to private sector companies with more than 100 employees. Governor Kemp calls that a blatant overreach by the Biden administration telling Atlanta's morning news every legal option. We have, however GS you legal professor Anthony Michael Christ says that might be difficult. Thanks to OSHA. There's a statutory matter. Congress has given OSHA the authority. To promulgate emergency rules. You know exactly for these kinds of scenarios, Employers say a mandate could make it even harder to find workers Reporting live Michelle right, 95.5 WSB more Delta employees are getting the Covid shot after the airline announced unvaccinated workers will receive a healthcare surcharge of $200 per month, two weeks after unveiling the plan about 20% of Delta's unvaccinated workers have gotten a shot currently about 78% of its workforce is vaccinated. And so far, Delta says it's seen no employee turnover from the move, the second largest school says. Them in the country mandates covid vaccines for all eligible in person students starting in January. This Los Angeles school board member supports the move. I see this as a community necessity to protect the Children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated L, a student bodies Majority Latino, which is more susceptible to serious covid infection. An attorney who is already suing over California's mask mandate, predicts several legal challenges another drug makers working on a single dose combo vaccine of both covid and flew Moderna says it has more than three dozen programs and 22 ongoing clinical studies for the treatment. It says work also continues on a covid vaccine for kids under 12. Earlier this week, Novavax announced it was working on its own vaccine to protect against both viruses. A study from the Atlanta based CDC finds almost 60% of first responders and residents near ground zero during the September 11th attacks. Still deal with health conditions from exposure. The study also said cancers are up 1000% since 2013. The Environmental Protection Agency said shortly after the attacks, the air in the downtown area was safe to breathe the reports. Most of the lingering health conditions are noncancerous for 1/10 straight year of five K On September 11th honors of Brookhaven veteran Ryan Means joined the military after his friend was killed in the terror attacks. Ryan Died of cancer 12 years ago, his brother tells WSB. The race will give $165,000 to the Shepherd Center program treats veterans who have had a brain injury and, as a result have had PTSD is more than 300 runners will be a part of the event. Ws produced. I made 35 sorts of service projects here in this 9 11 anniversary week. Atlanta Community Food Bank is helping pack 200,000 food boxes for the folks who are hungry in north Georgia, where to go. 25 minutes away from Erich von Hassler. The guys taking over 25 till nine a time to update Weather and traffic Channel Two. Action News, Peter All just Brad Knits has Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast. Sunny today we keep the low humidity. Comfortable. Temperatures will top out around 83 this afternoon overnight into tomorrow morning, down to 62 against some upper fifties outside the perimeter and then sunny with a high of 85 on Saturday. That's about the weather you can expect. For the dogs. First home game kickoff temperature around 85 at 3 30 in Sanford Stadium, and then overnight into Sunday morning, down to 63 Sunny with a high of 88 on Sunday. Right now we're 64 on Peachtree Street, entitled to Action News meteorologist Brad Knits 95.5 WSB. Let's check in the morning Drive again are triple Team traffic coverage begins with Mark McKay refreshing the ride out of the northern suburbs, beginning with the I 85 commute between to lose and North Cross big crowd leaving Highway 3 16. 3 16 westbound leaving Sugarloaf Parkway. That's where the brake lights begin. 85 self doubt will remain slow down to North Cross and Indian Trail Road inside the perimeter. Just tap the brakes now through the 400 interchange into and out of northeastern Ashley Fresco. Cool re carrier Traffic centre delays. 400 North, um, between Sandy Springs and Roswell Assault ban on the right lane. The North Springs Marta station self down, not bad in the bucket and all cleared out out of the northwest on 5, 75 and 75 South. Traffic brought to you by the Georgia Lottery. Hey, Georgian, played Georgia Lottery games online at home on your phone or anywhere, Go to G a lottery dot com and click on DG games. Triple team traffic 95.5 WSB Eric Zeier report. Dogs fans is coming up here just before nine o'clock this morning Atlanta's morning news coming up after a short break new insight and who may have killed in a Cockney County gas station clerk back in March. I'm wsb Sandra Parish that and more in a moment, WSB news time is 8 37. 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"To check in the morning. Driving in Friday morning's You're normally a little nicer. How about this one Barbeque? A. Making a right bank over spaghetti junction to Camp County where I 85 meets 25. There is a crowd back behind us out of dilute on 85 felt Leaving highway 3 16 working down towards Beaver ruin road inside the perimeter. 85 little crowded at Georgia 400 northbound 85 north of 17th Street, Orleans were held to boot trouble off to the right near the entrance to the Beaufort ST Connector. Downtown Atlanta Saturday knocked out with a crash connector northbound north of I 20 Ashley Frasca 400. We're looking for a stall reported 400 north Beyond around Northridge. CSUN doing just fine into Sandy Springs, a tap on the brakes from Holly Springs, 5 75 south at Sixes Road. Got delays. Not sure the school traffic or crash on Cobb Parkway southbound. Near 92 checkout premier tree Solutions for all of your tree care needs visit shop my tree dot com to set up an estimate now and covering this outside to triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB. More stories Make Atlanta's Morning news nowadays 21 hears Marcy Williams, judging about the Atlanta based GPS is hiring 100,000 people, many in 30 minutes or less. The Atlanta based delivery company is looking for both full and part time seasonal workers. The company, saying many will know within 30 minutes of applying on the website. If they're going to get a job offer, the fast hiring applies to package handlers and driver helpers. Those are the people who take the packages from the truck to the doorstep, but it does not apply to drivers. That process takes a little bit longer. SP Supreme Coupet reports pay ranges from 15 to $22 an hour new this morning we have an update on the shooting at the Metrolink station in East ST Louis, Illinois. Three suspects are now in custody. They crashed their getaway car into a train and were later found hiding out in the basement of a partially demolished building. Seven are wounded, including.
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"The city, either South Found on the West side or south on the east side of your closer into town, though, use Pete ST ST as your alternate right through midtown Atlanta, triple team traffic 95.5 WSB. Temperatures in the mid eighties this afternoon with a clearing sky turning cool tonight in a Friday morning down into the upper fifties, and for Christina Edwards, I'm Channel two action news meteorologist fragments. Nobody Westby News time is 5 31. This is Atlanta's morning news centers Marcy Williams and John Gigaba. Overwhelmed with Covid patients. Grady cancels all non essential surgeries. Brady CEO John Halpert says the hospital were regularly review patient volumes to determine when it can resume elective surgeries. The move comes after a letter to Governor Brian Kemp from Congressman David Scott. Hank Johnson, asking him to put a statewide pause and elective procedures. Camp, in turn, asked lawmakers to lobby for a maximum rate for contract healthcare workers to end bidding wars among states and to demand clear guidance from the Biden administration on plans for Covid 19 booster shots. Sandra Parish 95.5 double USB, a new rule taking effect. Atlantic Square requires those under 18 shop with an adult. WSB is Michelle Wright joins us live with how people are reacting. Yeah, Marcie looking to curb crime, the Buckhead mall will pull in another tool in their arsenal with the youth supervision program. It means that after three PM if you're under 18, you'll need an adult with you at all times. Bill White with the bucket City committee tells ws Bs word on the street. There's some loopholes. Let's tell the criminals to show up at 2 30 is set at three o'clock where they can get the deal done. But this color into Mark Arum show says the plan has the ability to be very effective. It only works. As long as they're enforcing it. Many teens say it's not fair, and it's limiting their freedom. The program goes into effect September 21st reporting live. Michelle Right. 95.5 WSB double DS produced time. 5 33. This week's heavy rain causes flooding. It shuts down roads across parts of north metro Atlanta. Ronald Best lives at the Marietta crossing apartments off Delk Road. I picked up my phone was submerged in water. Turned on the light. There's water everywhere. And so we came outside, and it's just water everywhere. Bot Cruise and Cobb County work at least 15 reports of flooded roads. The Red Cross assists at least 10 cop families displaced by floodwaters. The cost to repair damage from Hurricane Ida could approach $100 billion. That's the word from AccuWeather, which raised its original forecast on the deadly storm that hit multiple states, including Louisiana, New York and New Jersey. It initially said the cost of repairs could be as much as $80 billion. Taylor reports. The U. S is expected. To feel the economic impact from Ida over the final months of the year. Meanwhile, more deaths in Louisiana are blamed on Ida. Nine More people are killed in Orleans parish from excessive heat during an extended power outage, while two others die from carbon monoxide poisoning. That puts the storms death toll over 80 from Louisiana to New England, while Mindy makes landfall on the Florida Panhandle, hours after gaining tropical storm strength that had sustained winds of about 45 miles an hour when it hit ST Vincent Island Wednesday, the system could dump six inches of rain in part To Florida and South Georgia before moving off into the Atlantic. We're way ahead of schedule this hurricane season. Mindy's already the 13th named Storm ws produced time. 5 34 perimeter fencing.
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"More stories Make Atlanta's Morning news Here's Marcy Williams Judd, hanging out to the family of the 18 year old student athlete killed in an elevator mishap in Midtown launches its own investigation into how JaMarcus McFarlane died. They may sue the owners and managers of the Highland Avenue complex. They also question why their sons prep school housed him and other players. They're McFarland died after the elevator got stuck pinning him between floors. The safety fire commissioner's office is investigating Brady's running over budget and it's $200 million state of the art surgery center. It will cost an extra $30 million, A projected 15% overrun with the hospital tells the Atlanta Business Chronicle. It's due to unforeseen site prep and increases in material costs, such as concrete and Rebar Coral Pavilion is set Open next spring will expand greatly. Surgical capacity by 25%, the widow of assassinated Senator Robert Kennedy objects to releasing her husband's killer on parole. Robert Kennedy's widow, Ethel, says she opposes her hands her hand being released, she says he should not have a chance to terrorize again, a California parole panel recommended last month. That's her hand be released more than 50 years after the assassination reporter Steve Futterman says the governor could intervene. Kennedy's Children are divided over Sir Hans a parole, though most oppose it. Ransomware attack targets Howard University. The Hbcu cancels class to Tuesday and shuts down campus WiFi in person. Classes are set to resume today, but online classes remain suspended. Colleges and universities are prime targets for hackers about 20 have been infected this year alone. Howard believes a cyber attack was launched over the holiday weekend. The FBI had warned of that possibility. Howard's notified the feds. South Lake Tahoe, residents evacuated by fire discover their homes and vehicles vandalized as Lake Tahoe residents moved out due to the Kaldor fire. The black Bears moved in. There's are very, very active Mamas are bringing a lot of cubbies. They're just looking for food. Jeanette Tillman with South Lake Refuse, there have been at least 70 bear break ins in homes and vehicles during the evacuation reporter Matt Bigler says they're not great house gets El Dorado County. Puts out a bear warning. They stink too. Have you ever been around one A. While one. I've heard of those heard about it. You can smell them coming coming up after a short break. How Clark Howard avoids grocery store sticker shock. Stay with us. Can you imagine selling your home and getting paid twice high? It's Eric von Hessler talking about Orchard, and I'm trying to wrap my head around that myself..
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"Consumer expert, Clark Howard. I've taken so many complaint calls from people who've been on road trips, either in their own vehicle or a rental cars. And they're driving in another state. And there's a toll with no toll booth. And so after the fact either pay by plate or through a rental car company, a huge, huge fee is passed on to you. We're going through a toll. It's not on all unusual in a rental car to have a 50 Cent told Bill you at 30 or $35. So now there's a simple solution for about a third of the nation states. It's called the You Need Toll pass you and I told Pass Google that and you'll see you can buy this device for about 15 bucks. And it will handle your tolls in pretty much the eastern half of the United States. I'm Clark Coward. We have to do it every day, and it can be dreadful Driving in Atlanta. That's why Atlantis number one traffic team at 95.5. WSB gives you customized traffic alerts or your specific commute with a triple team. Traffic alerts. Half open the app before you drive, and it feeds you audio alerts. If the road you're on has a major incident ahead. It'll save you time and take the dread out of your commute. Triple team traffic alerts download it now from the APP store, or Google play, sponsored by Cool race, lifetime parts and labor warranty. News, weather traffic 95.5 w SB Atlantis NEWS ANTAR at 9 30 on Marcy Williams Live on the WSB 24 hour news center. The long holiday weekend could lead to a new spike of covid infection. Right now we're losing this battle to keep young Children safe from this infection..
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"Afternoon. You're a chance later today, 40%. The high of 85 for Christine Edwards. I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knit, always on the South side at Northside perimeter that Southside jams unusual between I 75 I 85 but we had a crash that how lanes brunt Now, after the right, Judy about westbound at Riverdale Road Exit 60 big jam across the North side perimeter into the work zone. 25 westbound flowing Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to 400 spotter. Mark McKay 95.5 wsb Deputy recipe News Time is 7 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams and jutting above the long way. In turns violent across the metro area. Tubal DSPs, Michelle write. Reports live as authorities search for the shooters. Today, PD investigators looking for whom ever opened fire at the market lounge during a black gay pride celebration, injuring five people. Witnesses tell Channel two action news. It started with a fight. Gunshots went off. And people just started running. Meanwhile, a spilled drink at a bar and Rockdale County leads to three people being shot there. Police do have a suspect in custody. Seven people are shot in a bar and Athens That suspect turns himself in. Then, while visiting family in Warner Robins over the weekend, a 15 year old volleyball player at McDonogh High is killed when someone opens fire on a group of teens. Police are still searching for that shooter. Unfortunately, The violence has not stopped. Police are investigating Three other incidents this morning Reporting live Michelle right, 95.5 ws before teenagers are among at least 16 people killed in crashes over Labor Day weekend A total of 21 people were killed over the holiday period last year. Georgia State Patrol says Three of the teens died when a car across the center line on Highway three in Dalton Friday night, causing a head on crash. The cabbie Mt. Was hit and killed early Saturday when he got out of his vehicle to help US stranded driver in troop county President Biden today gets a firsthand look at destruction in the Northeast caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. He'll visit New York and New Jersey, where Governor Phil Murphy applause the administration for declaring a federal disaster in six county individuals are now eligible for money. In those counties. At least 50 people were killed in the Northeast one record setting rains flooded homes and roads. About two thirds of New Orleans now has power back more.
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"Channel two action news meteorologist Brad NIT, picking up one of those scattered showers on the East side perimeter this morning. East side perimeter is slow through the rain 25 North Valley, leaving Covington Highway up to Memorial Drive and the East Freeway volume filling in now pretty good. Pretty intently from intensely from I 20 at Panola Road to Westley Chapel Eggs 68 smiling. Mark McKay 95.5 wsb wfsb News Time is 6 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams. Judging about more than a dozen people recovering after a violent holiday weekend W. ESPN's Michelle write reports live. Authorities are searching for a shooter and at least one of the mass shootings. Yeah, to the first leaves. A 15 year old McDonogh high volleyball player dead to Nyla Johnson was visiting Family and Warner Robins for the weekend. When somebody drives by and opens fire on a group of teen cheese with here, all these gunshots and I mean they were just going off moves. She dies at the hospital making county Authorities are looking for the shooter. A P D is on the lookout for whomever opened fire and a lot of the market lounge during a black gay pride celebration, this man tells Channel two action news like eight or more. It was a lot a lot of gunshots. Five people are wounded there and it's not over. A P D officers now investigating two more violent incidents from this morning reporting live Michelle right. 95.5 WSB for teenagers are among at least 16 people killed in crashes over the Labor Day weekend. A total of 21 people were killed over the holiday period last year. The Georgia State Patrol says Three of those teams died when a car across the center line on Highway three and Dalton Friday night, causing a head on crash. The cabbie Mt. Was hit and killed early Saturday when he got out of his vehicle to help a stranded driver in troop county President Biden today Tour storm damage in New York and New Jersey At least 50 people were killed in six Eastern states as record rainfall last week overwhelmed rivers.
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"Marcy Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Welcome back. Yeah. Little Iron Maiden First thing in the morning. How's that to wake you up A little aces High story of the Battle of Britain. Big folks who always like to discount why metal is so popular. Lot of these guys are writing about history and about events and about literature. And there's doing in their own way, and I've been an iron maiden fan my whole life. Welcome everybody to the Allen Sanders Show. It is live in the studios of WSB. 40487207 51 800 WSB talk our caller that we had just before the break wanted to know about two things one. There is no Breathalyzer line in the infrastructure bill, which, by the way, I am going to hope pray, cross fingers, toes and eyes that that infrastructure bill gets crushed on arrival. $3.5 trillion boondoggle. Have we not seen that Just throwing money at problems doesn't actually solve the problems. We've got to stop it, and unfortunately too many people with a little pet peeves and causes Fit all this stuff in these giant omnibus build these huge, huge massive documents that really unfortunately nobody reads. And yet everyone becomes an expert on social media. You see something? It sounds right. So you want to run with it? Thankfully, our caller said, Hey, I just I heard this. There is no Breathalyzer where you're going to have to blow. Now, folks who have had multiple DUI's, They may be court ordered because they've already infringed on the rights of others. To have their rights infringed upon by having a Breathalyzer unit installed in their vehicle for such time as the court orders to be able to say, you know, you've been untrustworthy. You've had multiple DUI's you're gonna have to have but no, not the average ordinary working citizen, But what's in the infrastructure bill is asking car manufacturers.
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"Is winning news sponsored by the Lindy at Sarah Group Keller Williams Realty First Atlanta. 7 32 Here's Marcy Williams Judd hang above the Delta Wave is taking aim at kids in Georgia. With Covid numbers rising the SPS Bilkey Accio reports live. Local health officials hope more people are willing to get vaccinated. Georgia reports an average of nearly 2000 Children tested positive for covid each day of those 10 to 17 year olds are seeing the highest numbers. Dr Lynn Paxton, director of the Fulton County Board of Health, tells Channel two action news. Full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine should give people confidence. There are entire teams of people that go through all of that data with a fine tooth comb pass for the Madonna and J and J vaccines. Emory's Dr Niche, Meta tells WSB. The FDA is green light should come soon. Full approval. We're confident those will be coming in the few months Only the Pfizer vaccine is okay for kids. 12 to 17 reporting live Bill Kochi 0 95.5 WSB to lecture. At the University of North Georgia resigned rather than teach in person for the fall semester. They say Ung safety protocols do not go far enough to stop. The spread of Covid about 160 students are affected by the move. The school says it's move them to different classes, Workers and other public and private colleges in Georgia have also requested stronger health protocols. New this morning is evacuations Ramp up in Afghanistan, CBS military consultant Jeff McCausland tells Atlanta's morning news. CIA director Bill Burns held a secret face to face meeting Monday with the defacto leader of the Taliban. They reportedly discussed the timeline of the military withdrawal because and also says they're worried about terror attacks on the Kabul airport is thousands of evacuees wait to get out emanate not only from the Taliban, but perhaps Isis Al Qaeda elements or even disaffected. Perhaps soldiers were left over from the Afghan military. At least 37,000 have been evacuated over the past week, including about 21,000 in just the past 24 hours. The president meets today. With G seven leaders about the withdrawal. Several people are still missing west of Nashville after weekend flooding that killed more than 20 people. Anna Mae's held onto the door frame of her home in Waverly Water up to her chin and I thought I was blown. I was.
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"Deputy recipe News Time is 8 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. And here's Marcy Williams said. Judging about the connections discovered between the suspected killer and one of the victims discovered shot to death on a Kennesaw golf Course. W SPS Michelle Right report slide. The pair had dealings with the together in the past. The Atlanta Journal Constitution's Christian Boone speaks with a friend of 46 year old Henry Valdez, who says the California man and Brian Ruden were connected through the Cannabis Trade, Moon says authorities are still trying to figure out what led to the killing. No idea there. We do know that where I was told that, uh, you know, Valdez and rodent had worked together before and then you know, he thought It was a good guy. I trusted him. So when you know Valdez, his friends found out they were shocked. As for golf pro Jean Sylar, He just unfortunately was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Stumbling upon a crime in progress Reporting live Michelle, right? 95.5 WSB Atlanta police confirm human remains have been found in Peachtree Creek in Buckhead. Firefighters and police were called to the scene Tuesday afternoon along Peachtree Road. Homicide Detectives in the Fulton County Medical Examiner's office also respond. Neither the race nor sex of the body could immediately be determined as a p D investigate. Dates when at county invites an alleged drug dealer for murder in the cab, accused of selling fentanyl laced heroin to two people who later ODed and died. A friend of one victim tells Channel two action news. The indictment of Aaron Lewis should help him heal. Friends and family have got a little bit of closure now that there's a legal process going forward, Gwinnett prosecutors say. Even if Lewis never ventured across the county line from the cab because he used to cell phone to set up the drug deals, he could be indicted. It's a growing trend in Atlanta, robbers intentionally bumped the vehicle in front of them. Then carjacked the victim when they get out to investigate. Atlanta police senior officer to Sheena Brown has advice. If you think you might be involved in a bump and rob scenario on the phone with 911, go ahead and and drive to a well lit area and wait for a police officer to respond, he emphasizes. You should be aware of your surroundings and always follow your instincts. Fire engulfs of building on North Druid Hills late Tuesday night stopping traffic near Claremont Road for hours, actually. End up being a vacant structure. Jason Daniels with the campfire tells WSB, the old hair salon was gutted. We should learn more today, if any other businesses near the Tokyo near Toco Hills were also affected. Some rules changes made during the pandemic or not likely to stick around in Major league Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says seven inning doubleheaders and starting extra innings with a runner on second base will likely go away next season, also says they're looking at banning the shift an idea getting a test run this year in double a players and owners must agree on a new collective bargaining agreement before Season. Major League Baseball honors Braves legend Hank Aaron before Tuesday's All Star game in Denver Tribute video played on the video board, of course, Field Before errands widow, Billy received a standing ovation on the field. She was presented with a framed Erin Jersey, signed by both teams in a painting honoring his legacy. All players wore Hanks number 44 during the home run Derby and in pregame warmups ws reduced time 8 35 refresh my memory. They don't play for anything for the All Star game anymore, like home field advantage for the home. We're not roar. Now. It's just it's It's Right, Right. Yeah, Exactly. That's just bragging rights ratings. Yes, exactly. I kind of prefer it That way, though, it you can have a lot more fun. Well, there was a little hard news out of this, Uh, the A J. C, talking to Freddie Freeman, his potential free agency after this season. Freeman says he remains adamant he wants to spend his entire career with the Atlanta Braves. That is good news. 25 minutes till nine o'clock 25 minutes away from Erich von Hessler, the gang remember, You can listen anywhere anytime today. Just tell your smart speaker To play 95.5 WSB Channel to ACT two news. Peter Always brag knits. Check it in now. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast partly cloudy when heat up to 88 this afternoon just to off of our average high 90 this time of year and as we heat up some isolated showers and storms develop heavy rain, Gusty winds, clouds lightning, of course, where these storms form could encounter those and you drive home today, but there'll be few and far between isolated coverage. So put the rain chance for anyone spot at 30%. Then dry overnight into Thursday morning down the 71 89 for a high Tomorrow Partly cloudy with scattered storms and tomorrow's rain chance at 40%. And then that goes up to 60% on Friday, still mainly afternoon and evening showers and storms. Friday's low 71 high 88 Right now we're up to 76 Peachtree Street and Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits 95.5 WSB, but the morning drive is doing now. Or w recipe. Traffic teams led by Mark McKay quite slow in that West Side perimeter mind injury crash involving a motorcyclist The lanes one and three, taking away with two lanes on the interstate lost its travel advisory 25 southbound crash site is that.
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"At least one person is dead and others are injured. Yes. Got some lose power during the storm. All sudden, big, old, bright light. As a power pole came down hit that fence right there that power but you have to do it. Then Lights went out. 10 injuries are reported as a suspected tornadoes spawned by Elsa. It's an RV park at the Kings Bay Naval Base in southeast Georgia. Those recreational vehicles have been turned on their side. And I'm pretty significant damage as you can imagine, Uh, what happened to an RV park with the tornado based spokesman Scott Bassett says it appears none of the injuries is life threatening. One person was killed when a tree falls on a car in Jacksonville, Florida, Channel two action news reporter Tony Thomas rides out the storm on ST Simon's Island, the emergency management officials Report a few down trees and power lines, but admit this could have been a lot worse. Over 60. Million Americans remain under flood and storm watches or warnings as the storm creeps up the East Coast this morning live in the storm center Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB. Governor Breastfeed your oldest Kirk Miller's called it from Day one. The medical impact from Tropical Storm Elsa and correct what's coming at us next. Well, Elsa, let's Northeast up the East Coast from South Carolina to Main Scott. We remain entrenched in an ocean of humidity for the next five days. Keeping a shower thunderstorm in the outlook through the period possible any time of the day. But with peak coverage in the afternoon and early evening temperatures below the normal high of 90 right through the next five days live in the storm center. I'm WSB meteorologist Kirk Polish. Shaking out the delays on I 20 on both sides of the city veteran the cab counties in Cobb County west about I 20 leaving canola road. Much improved, not the same stories, leaving six Flags crash on the left shoulder at the six, Blanco reported Industrial of our another one working the right shoulder on 20 He spouted at 25 Live in the sky Copters family. Mark McKay 95.5 w SP Nobody recipe News Time is 8 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams Jet hang about and new this morning in the murder of a Kennesaw golf. The third victim in the Triple murder investigation at Pine Tree Country Club has identified 46 year old Henry Valdez from California was one of two men found dead in the bed of the pickup.
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"Marcy Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Don't you think, Tim? I've had an interesting life, I would say so. I just toss things out there. I didn't know this revelation you just made with TMB G? Yeah, I hope that when I get married that my expectations are going to be that I think I'm gonna go right on my honey. You're going to the wedding, You know, you know me. I'm not. Oh, you know what You're doing one of those, aren't you? Aren't you? Not you not your wedding, but you, don't You don't. You have to get ready to go to some destination wedding. We're thinking about it. We're trying to finalize the date in the venue at this point. No, no, not you. I'm saying you as a guest. Oh, yeah. I'm going to big. Hey, Whoa, whoa! Let me tell you something right now. You have a destination wedding? I send you your I'm not going. I'm not going so you go. You're a destination Wedding, I think is the most selfish, possible thing. Well, you can so all in all, it's going to cost me like $2000 to attend your wedding. I mean, that is the most Maybe you do it on purpose because you have so many friends and family that you cannot accommodate everybody. Is that really what's going on here? But you don't want to tell people that they can't come because you can't handle that. So you just make. It's almost like a country club where they make the only want rich people so that they can put a sign outside. But hey, if you want to be a member, it cost $2 million a year. Okay? We've kind of we've kind of gotten rid of anybody that we don't want to be hanging out in the lobby with someone. Is this one of those maybe a destination wedding? The idea is, we don't have to tell anybody. You know, we'll set up a situation where they'll tell us No, I think people are cynical like that, and they do try to limit their list like that, But you have to limit it. I mean, if you have a lot of friends and family that gets expensive. We're getting married in Antarctica, and we would like for everybody to be there. We've rented some trailers and we're gonna do in the winter. Uh, it's the last untouched wilderness on the planet. I do think that my destination wedding that I'm going to. Although I am upset that it's music Midtown, we can imagine weekend in September. Well, then I go to the wedding. Well, it's a big sky, Montana. So look Okay, Listen, I've never been to Montana and I've never laid down at night and seeing the entire You know, just just this guy. Just the stars. You know, there's no big city, so it's got to be just pretty dark in the biggest city is what Helen it or something like the biggest bill, the tallest building in Helen. I think it's like six stories high. I'm moving there. So you don't have what they call light pollution from the big cities. So, uh, yeah. You're going to big sky country so you can you can say to yourself and you can rationalize. Okay, That's that'll Be fine. I'm going to a state I haven't been to before. I'm assuming you've never been there before. Never been monkey and I've always wanted to be able to kind of look up at the sky and actually see that Crazy dazzling, you know, go to Yellowstone while that's a volcano. Be careful. Yeah, dude. Hello. It's gonna blow. You might get hit by run over by, but one of the one of the few states by so what are the few states? That will not be immediately affected by Yellowstone blowing as a volcano. We right where you are right now, Georgia because it's gonna it's gonna immediately affect like I don't know 67 surrounding states when it happens. So you will have walked right into the jaws of the tiger. It could happen tomorrow or it could. It could happen 10,000 years from now, But it's going to happen at some point. We really don't know. I hope it's 10,000 years from now, so I don't care about them. Is that funny? How are the fact that you're going to be dead as comforting? I always find that funny like I don't I don't know. I don't want it to be here and kill me. But I feel totally comfortable with the fact if it happens after I'm dead. That's too weird. You're on your own kid. It's kind of weird. Oh, I'll be dead by then. That's so comforting, but I'd hate to be alive. When it happens. It'll be awful because it might kill me. So weird rationalization. So, uh, So, in this case, you can actually say I get something out of it. But you know what? You could have decided any time in your life that you could just take a trip to Montana. This is sort of forced. So you're finding reasons to go. You know what? It's a good Well, I kind of got drug in this one. I'm I. It's my fiancee's really close friend. I'm friends with her to listen. Don't get me wrong. I realized you wouldn't be going if you weren't Really close friends. I'm just saying in general, I think that the destination wedding is the more selfish unless, and I'm not. I wouldn't even say it's cynical unless it's like, you know what? I don't want to tell half my family and friends. They can't come because I can't afford it. So I'll just get a destination wedding and it will take care of itself. The list will limit itself. People who going to pay $2000. To watch us do something that half of us end up getting out of getting out of within 10 years. You see the van Yang? It's in Pyongyang and, yeah, we have to bless. You have to go to Seoul and then take a train to the DMZ. Make sure you have your paperwork at all. And don't look at anything or bring cameras. Exactly. Whatever you do, don't try to steal a poster right? God, that poor kid. Nobody thinks about him anymore. You know if I was, uh You know when Trump was so friendly? At least rhetorically with they love Kim. Kim Jong un came good guy. If you were the parent of that kid that was killed for no good reason. Wouldn't that really offend you? But we never heard from them. He went there. If you remember he was like a 19 year old kid and a church meeting. Right? It was it was was a senior trip of some kind, and they went and and they went. A few different places, but they were part of this toilet. Let's go see North Korea. And Otto Warmbier on the day they were leaving. I think He stole a poster off of the wall in the hotel. I think wanted to take it back home. You know, you know. Hey, this is what it looks like in North Korea..
"marcy williams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The geller dot com news, weather traffic 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk at 9 30. I'm Marcy Williams Live in the WSB 24 hour news center. Americans are getting Out of town for the 4th 90% of all travelers will go by car and the car travel volume will set a record for the July 4th holiday weekend. Triple A's Janet Tidwell says Gas is running close to a dollar higher per gallon than last year, Inrix projects that the worst traffic in Atlanta will be this afternoon on I 75 on the South side. From Joe Dakota Jenkins Berg roads. I don't leave it too late to get to the airport. You don't want to miss a flight stuck in a security line. This Atlanta airport passenger tells Channel two action news. She hasn't flown in a while due to the pandemic nervous a little bit but excited at the same time, the number one destination this weekend's Orlando, But Atlanta ranks eighth based on Triple A stats. U. S employers at a healthy 850,000 jobs in June. Lot of these jobs coming back in leisure and hospitality, that's where we're seeing some gains and some broad based gains. Overall there, CNN's Christine Romans says it's the fastest pace of job creation. This year. The unemployment rate ticks up slightly to 5.9%. But that's due in part to people quitting one job in order to look for a better one. Elsa is now a hurricane as it batters the eastern Caribbean. CBS. David Parkinson says Elsa could menace the U. S mainland early next week. The timeline at the earliest would be a landfall. Probably Tuesday morning. The latest could potentially be at some point on Wednesday, South Florida's in the cone of uncertainty. That's yet another setback to the disaster response at the Surfside, Florida condo collapse, it could further destabilize what's left standing. The city may move to demolish it for stability sake. We agreed If the building is a problem, the building has to disappear. That surf sides Mayor Charles Burkett eight days in no one's been found alive since the first day. U. S troops turn over Bagram airfield to Afghan Defense forces as the clearest indicator yet of the U. S troops exit from Afghanistan, there's a lot of unfinished business questions remain about securing the international airport in Kabul and, of course, the U. S military. And its presence around the US Embassy reporter Charlie Daggett says the Taliban's already advancing general Austin Miller, is also concerned about the prospect of civil war. The sheriff of Escambia County, Florida vows to track down the killer of KS. You Alice quarterback Darius Clark has a son. This is a friend. This is a teammate and enough is enough. He was gunned down in his car in his hometown of Pensacola. Teenage passenger with him is hospitalized. No suspects identified yet. This weekend's Peachtree Road race makes history before it even.
"marcy williams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"72 on Peachtree Street. I media Rogers Kirk. Knowledge 95.5 WSB Time is 8 19 is time to check in the morning Drive again. Here's Dr Bull. Forget about the delays through Brazelton. Right now. It's got 85 Stop about right here. Highway to 11 Chateau a lot Exit 1, 26 says to write my involved with this crash that the daily regime camp showing the brake lines have almost from highway 53. Take 1 24 as your alternate to below that 85 starts flowing again. I'm over it now for pleasant Hill in ways down past Jimmy Carter, the worst of the Northwest. Brake lights aren't so bad. 5 75 South. The slow near 92 Exit seven of Woodstock 75 shot mainly heavy in the right lane to come near to 85 400 National Nebraska. Nothing unusual rolling out of north Fulton County on 400 south down. The volume starts before the North Springs, Marta station slow down to 2 85. Triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB More stories Make Atlanta's Morning news at 8 19. Here's Marcy Williams. Bill K. Accio, a huge fireworks explosion in south L. A injures at least at least 16 people, including police reporter Nicole Comstock says the bomb squad was detonated Those explosives inside a reinforced trailer were the homemade improvised explosive devices basically really Big m eighties they didn't think they were safe enough to put inside of a car and drive down city streets in Los Angeles, and that's why they wanted to Detonate them on scene here. The trailer blows up, raining down debris and shattering windows. Some homes may no longer be structurally save. One man is in custody. Bill Cosby cannot be tried again after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturns his sex assault conviction and ordered his release from prison basically boils down to a situation.
"marcy williams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Go all the way? Use the open mic feature in the WSB radio apple. Let us know how you feel this morning. Temperature at 7 30 to 68 degrees. I'll tell you how the week will finish at 7 36. I'm ws feeding your officers. Kirk knowledge feeling frustrated on that little about Sandy's Riggs 25 West Close Just after Roswell Road exit 25 over to this crash, just pushing the left shoulder again. 25 west of the ramp to 75 North. Exit number 20 volume downtown Stacked up 75 85 doors on and off from highway 1 66 Earlier problems gone at 20 This guy copter Doug Turnbull 95 advice WSB. Best to use time is 7 32. This portion of Atlanta's wanting to sponsor by the Lindy and Sarah Group Keller Williams Realty First Atlantic. Here's Marcy Williams. Bill Khq, updating the Florida building collapsed. Authorities request an additional search and rescue team to help look for survivors in the rubble. Miami Dade County Mayor Danielle Olivia Levine Cava says searchers have found another body, so the number of deceased is now at 12. She says another 149 people are still unaccounted for. Correspondent Dan Shechtman says Residents of the condo building allegedly were told it was safe. Despite reports of major structural damage. In April letter, the condo board president writing When you can visually see the concrete cracking. That means the rebar holding it together is rusting and deteriorating beneath the surface. The board recommending repairs totalling more than $16 million. Several lawsuits have already been filed in connection with the collapse during the height of the pandemic. Georgia did not do inspections of hospitals has ordered by the federal government to help slow the spread of covid. Report from the U. S Health and Human Services inspector general finds Georgia was one of 13 states that failed to inspect its facility. The inspections were not required. The Georgia Department of Community Health says it focused its resources on inspecting nursing homes. Instead, former Dallas Cowboys star Emmitt Smith teams up with first lady Jill Biden at an event in Texas, encouraging people to get the covid vaccine. Smith says the pandemic is not over. We're getting to the third in the fourth quarter. So you know you must not stop. You must not quit. We must continue to press on. And that goes for each and every person each and every American Mrs Biden.
"marcy williams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"8 36. I'm wsb Me. You're all just Kirk Mellish. Go to the West. The news time is 8 32. This is Atlanta's Morning news. And here's Marcy Williams. And just think about the cashier is killed in the South, the cab grocery store after telling a customer to put on a mask double DSPs bill catchy, Oh, reports live. An off duty deputy is also hurt at a customer at the Big Bear store sums it up. It's really sad. It's really sad, Sheriff Melody, Maddox says after a cashier tells a customer he needs to wear a mask. The man gets upset and shoots the cashier killing her. An off duty deputy working security at the store steps in and he too, is shot, He responded, and he responded very well to possibly keep others individuals from being hurt. The deputy and the suspect, 30 year old Victor Lee Tucker of Palmetto, are injured as they exchanged gunfire. They're in stable condition this morning Reporting live Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB Atlanta police look for a second vehicle involved in a shooting that shut down. I 85 near Georgia. 400 causing Monday mornings, Red alert, captain Jason Smith tells Channel two action news. The drivers of Both cars were firing at each other going to backtrack to where they were coming from to see what cameras that may have passed on their way to the highway Passenger and one car was wounded. That car stopped at the other kept going. The victim is stable. There have been more than a dozen interstate shootings in metro Atlanta just this year. WSB news time, 8 33, the FBI warned. Some followers of the Q and on conspiracy theory may turn violent. CNN reports The notice to lawmakers explains that supporters of Q and on may go from being mere digital soldiers to committing violence in the real world. Shook reports The FBI warns that some followers may be growing impatient with plan supposedly outlined an online post Junin followers were among those who stormed the U. S Capitol in January. President Biden holds meetings today with officials from the European Union at the NATO summit in Brussels. He continues to play up his message that America is back, and he's looking for a more unified approach to both Russia and China. Mr. Biden also prepares for his one on one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin denied allegations that Settled in elections, The president says when they meet Wednesday in Geneva. He'll make clear there are areas where the U. S and Russia can cooperate Saga Madani reports the president describes Putin is bright and tough. He's also previously said Putin has no soul. Tropical storm Bill forms well off the coast of North Carolina is the second named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season. Bill had overnight top sustained winds of 45 MPH.
"marcy williams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"We'll hear from Clark and Wes Moss. Some Wall Street after more stories make Atlanta's morning news here's Marcy Williams suggested about them. A bicyclist in Cherokee County says a driver hit him from behind and left him for dead on Arnold Mill Road. I could feel it in my body. When I hit the pavement. I couldn't move. He'll match it tells Channel two action news. He's lucky. Another car didn't hit him, too. He faces months of rehab for a broken hip and collarbone. Cherokee County investigators believe the suspect vehicle maybe a red GM or Chevy SUV and asked anyone with information to come forward. It's called hot Call Summer Stacey Abrams Group. Fair Fight Action focuses on young voters of color and their support of an election reform bill. Abrams said. The goal is to drive daily phone calls to US senators from every state In the weeks leading up to the Senate vote on the for the People Act, CBS reporter Stacy Lynn says It'll include text more than 10 million voters in battleground states like Georgia that have pushed restrictive voter bills. Questions are raised about two Atlanta hospitals and their participation in the study of an epilepsy treatment. Patients who went to emergency rooms at Grady Hospital and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Egleston between 2015 and 2018 were placed in a medical study without their knowledge. The hospitals were among nearly 60 nationwide that randomly assigned patients, one of three approved drugs after they failed to respond to initial treatment. Lack of patient consent was legal. But public citizen, the watchdog advocacy group, is calling for a review of the process that allowed it to happen. Chris Camp 95.5 WSB WSB news time 7 55, but it's still the hour here. Clark Howard, it.
ABC, Michelle Wright and Facebook discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Jonesboro we have southbound lanes of boulevard shut down south of highway one. Thirty the. Crash investigation. Us main street. As northbound alternate McCain WSB this. Portion of Atlanta's morning news sponsored by north Georgia replacement windows it's six oh. Two here's MARCY Williams. Bill Caiaccio.
President Trump, President and Michelle Wright discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Six thirty six I'm WSB, meteorologist Kirk Mellish case of the Mondays out of. The northern suburbs travel advisory county itchy lane still blocked with a crash southbound before exit twenty, nine Jimmy Carter boulevard friendship time out of Cobb County comes next Mark McKay. WSB must be news time is six, thirty two this is morning. News and here's MARCY Williams Judd Hickinbotham that's back to school time around the metro area WSB's Michelle Wright joins us. Live with a look at how schools. Around the state or doing teaching. Your kids yet stints around the state, retaining more when it comes, to what they're being taught according. To milestone testing scores kids statewide at or above. Grade level, in twenty, two of twenty six topics that's up from eighteen of twenty six last, year seat school superintendent Richard woods. Telling me they'll be working on those remaining four, topics this year The. Decreases that we saw what were, in the fourth grade and sixth. Grade English language arts, in ninth grade composition which says that the state will be offering more support to districts this year as they strive to get students around the state proficient in. All topics reporting live Michelle Wright WSB a gun control rally draws. Hundreds of people, to the Georgia state campus among the speakers at Sunday's event, Martin Luther King, the third and survivor of the parkland Florida school shooting urged young, voters to elect, lawmakers who will make a gun control legislation. A priority the mention of democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams got. Plenty of applause a similar Vince scheduled for. Tonight in Roswell Georgia congressman John Lewis has released from the. Hospital after, falling ill Saturday on a flight from Detroit a spokeswoman for the civil rights icon says doctors gave him a clean Bill of, health seventy eight year old got dizzy and sweaty during. The flight and was held, overnight for observation Lewis stayed busy despite his age. Even marching with gun control advocates last month in Atlanta Republicans seem squeamish about the president's threat, to shut down the government at the end of September without funding for border Security Ohio, congressman Steve stivers tells ABC's this week he thinks the US Ken have stronger borders without a shutdown the president I think wants us to have policies that work, for America, and I think that's what we're going to move forward with Mr. Trump wants money for a. Border wall with, Mexico but Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell insists a shutdown so close to the midterms won't happen lawmakers voiced concerns about President Trump's trade practices even, though the, economy posted strong growth last quarter. There are worries it won't continue because the President Trump's tariffs and trade fight reporter. Tim Maguire says Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson thinks the president needs to conclude trade deals with Europe. Mexico and Canada and then go to China, insists it stop stealing US trade secrets is President Mike Pence campaigns, today for a congressional candidate in Ohio as he gets back on the. Trail free two point oh back, on the road today for a. Special US house election, in Ohio I couldn't be more vice President Mike Pence has been logging lot of miles for Republicans running for congress This year Promises. Made promises President Trump will also have more campaign stops..
Nine wounded in stabbing at child's birthday party in Idaho
"Th i it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham national security adviser john bolton tell cbs face the nation they have a timeframe for denuclearizing north korea secretary of state mike pompeo will be discussing this with the north koreans in the near future about how to dismantle all of their wmd and ballistic missile programs in a year but cnn reports new satellite images show the north finalizing construction on a key manufacturing site for ballistic missiles it says most of that construction k before the meeting between kim jong un and president trump mass stabbing child's birthday party in idaho sends nine people to the hospital boise police chief william bone says six of the victims are between four and twelve years old this was an attack against those who are most vulnerable it's untenable unconscionable as pure evil in my mind a thirty year olds been arrested police investigate the attack is a possible hate crime since it occurred in an apartment complex that houses refugee families heat wave continues to punish the midwest and northeast with temperatures and heat indices above one hundred degrees tens of millions of people are under some form of heat warning or advisory as men in new york's coney island has a system for flying kite near the shore in the water and are come back out i let somebody come out cooling stations set up in some of the biggest cities to help the most vulnerable seattle becomes the first major city to ban plastic straws and utensils at restaurants and grocery stores anyone violating the ban faces a two hundred fifty dollar five this is our loud you straws and utensils made out of more environmentally friendly materials like paper or bamboo almost a decade ago seattle also ban styrofoam and mandated businesses have compost and recycling bin rescue divers continue to search a flooded cave in northern thailand where twelve boys in their soccer coach have been missing for more than a week a member of the australian department of foreign affairs says they've sent their owner response team to help they have cave diving and rescue capabilities offered assistance and that was a by the government and the us military and british cave experts have joined the search which is focused on a dry elevated area several miles.
Tree falls on tent at Boy Scout camp in heavy rain, kills teen
"Eight oh one sixty eight degrees i'll tell you if the morning clouds and fog will break in five minutes i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish ages westbound traffic jammed in east park west park place crash that had two right lanes blocked now working on the right shoulder all back open seventy eight westbound just west of brockett road smilin' mark mckay wsb must be news time eight to this is a land is morning news and here's marcy williams and veronica waters a fourteen year old from texas dies at a boy scout camp in newton county sheriff's investigator jeff alexander tells wsb he was taking shelter from a storm in his tenth victim and his tent mate were inside of ten in a tree did follow did cause the death as a fourteen year old campbell tent mate is not hurt lana area scout council says it's keeping the victim's family in its thoughts and prayers are we sit trend appears to show atv taking over streets of downtown atlanta and sp's michelle wright reports live many drivers are not at all happy about that's right veronica among those not thrilled todd craig who tells channel two action news he was writing down peachtree street sunday afternoon around five that's when a gang of two and four wheelers surrounded his cost group sort of executes their own rolling roadblocks they will just pull up their vehicle stop right in front of any moving car dare them to hit them he says one of those atv drivers kicked in his door and broke both israel view mirrors atlanta police say they don't like chasing the vehicles because they can go off road and cause more harm but they are valley to get them off of city streets reporting live michelle wright wsb wsb's top national story at eight oh three attorney general jeff sessions insists it is still zero tolerance at the border we refused to prosecute these adults for illegal entry as many of our critics want us to do that would be a disservice i think to the people of this country but the head of customs and border protection says for now they are not referring adult immigrants over four prosecution until the question of family housing is resolved watch better system would be to keep families together through their immigration proceedings that's what the obama administration didn't twenty fourteen that's what the president has asked congress to help us do now fort bliss and goodfellow air force base in texas are being pressed into service to house migrants i'm two thousand kids remain in the custody of the department of health and human services and wsb washington correspondent jamie dupree says the head of hhs may some uncomfortable questions today about their detention a hearing today on prescription drugs democrats are making it clear they will ask the health secretary about the separation of immigrant kids and parents florida senator bill nelson eventually we're gonna find out why were forcibly taken away as for immigration reform in congress house republicans are now planning a vote on wednesday but gop leaders still seem short on votes read more on jaime's blog wsbradiocom and that's where you can also find out more about jamie's new voice gripped by fear of a trade war the dow drops three hundred twenty eight points harley davidson moves production overseas to avoid retaliatory tariffs imposed by the eu managing through this is costly and it definitely can cost jobs abc's rebecca jarvis says the largest nail manufacturer in the us mid continental nail is laying off dozens and warns that it may be out of business by labor day because of the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum wbz news time eight we'll keep an eye on the stock market today futures have been fluttering back and forth over the zero markelle some hours positive some negative.
Sandy Springs, Atlanta and Marcy Williams discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Area sixty seven on peachtree but i'll tell you the morning clouds will break in five minutes i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish neighborhoods and subdivisions after yesterday's big storms traffic lights issue in sandy springs they're flashing just west of georgia four hundred along abernethy road smilin' mark mckay wsb two this is atlanta's morning news and here's marcy williams and veronica waters a fourteen year old from texas is killed by a falling tree at a boy scout camp in newton county sheriff's investigator jeff alexander tells wsb the scout was taking shelter in his tent when the tree came crashing down in a storm pretty hard windows some or wendems crew quits his tent made escapes injury the atlanta area scouting council offers condolences.
Scientists find what is healthy depends on your body type
"It wsb time is five twenty four next traffic update looks at i twenty five issues for the bottom of the hour i it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham bailiffs thwart attempts by our man to gain access to the marietta courthouse or philip collins refused to let bailiffs at marietta municipal court scan is backpack he stormed off to the lobby bathroom pay was seen standing in front of a mirror holding a handgun and thing that he was going to go shoot people had a police officer chuck mcphillips says instead collins left but was arrested a half mile away no gun found mcphillips philomene applauds the bailiffs who did their job say stood up to an individual who was being argumentative denied him access and now in hindsight were sitting back saying this could have been catastrophic veronica waters wsb new information in a terror attack and belgium the suspect who killed two police officers and a bystander and leaves at already committed another murder the night before interior minister says that victims of former inmate who did prison time with benjamin herrmann police fatally shot her mom after tuesday's attack thousands of lava destroyed more homes near kilowatt volcano on the big island of hawaii reporting that seventy one homes have been destroyed civil defense administrator talmadge magnum says they've had to expand evacuations the lavas also damaged electrical equipment and knocked out power to a couple more neighborhoods after starbucks closes stores nationwide for racial racial bias training it's ceo promises it's only the beginning this is just one step in a journey we have several set of things that we're going to do following this with ongoing training each month and continue to to learn and evolve as we've told you this stems from a starbucks employee calling philly cops onto black customers waiting to order closing one afternoon caused sar box twelve million dollars in profit wsb news about your health the protein heavy atkins diet may raise the risk of heart disease scientists tracking twenty four hundred men over decades see an increase in heart failure among those who eat a lot of protein researchers pegged the increased risk from red meat at fortythree percent dairy protein is associated with an even higher risk the only proteins not associated with heart failure are from fish and eggs wbz news time five twenty six today the weather and traffic wsb meteorologist kirk mellish updating today's forecast showers likely especially this morning a high around eighty two right now seventy one back to the morning.
Kirk Mellish, Fox and Mike Pompeo discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Six i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish southern suburbs like when i see on seventy five henry into clayton six seventy five north of stockbridge i eighty five nothing more than a tap of the brakes as you approach the south side perimeter out of union city in fairburn back to the rough ride and other northern suburbs next smilin' mark mckay wsb news time is eight thirty two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham president trump wants to the department of justice to open an investigation into whether the fbi under the obama administration snooped on his campaign congressman adam schiff tells abc's meet the press the president's claims are not based on fact as claimed by the presence suggestion by giuliani that there is a political spy embedded in the trump campaign is nonsense wsb political analyst bill crane says the president has a purpose behind these allegations distraction i think when you've seen has earlier attempts to somewhat discredit the agency the fbi being overly politicized he's not sure the president can directly order a department of justice investigation the president's attorney rudy giuliani says the russia investigation could wrap up and a few months he claims special counsel robert muller said he could in the pro by september if the president agrees to an interview in july us unveils its so called plan b for iran today secretary of state mike pompeo will lay out a new strategy after the us angered several allies this month by pulling out of the iran nuclear deal plans expected to include global pressure on iran to enter into negotiations to end its nuclear program president trump has claimed the current deal doesn't sufficiently punish iran or keep it from developing nuclear weapon wsb news time eight thirty three treasury secretary steve mnuchin says the trade war between the us and china is on hold for now hearing on fox news.
MLK's daughter calls for Waffle House boycott after black man choked, slammed by NC cop
"Wsb it's clark howard's warning about kids getting ripped off from their video games between nowadays thirty eight twenty three here's marcy williams and john higginbotham bernice king promo promotes a boycott of waffle house after police aggressively confront another black customer this time north carolina executive for waffle house which is based in norcross as the company is investigating this saturday night incident at its restaurant in warsaw north carolina wyckoff is seen in this facebook video choking twenty two year old anthony wall who's black even the walls hands are in the air it happened after this incident and sarah land alabama just last month where white cox wrestled with and partially disrobe a black woman after a loud argument with restaurant workers there pete combs wsb a triple fatal accident near the woodstock amphitheater leads to safety improvements arnold bill and hubbard roads scott bagwell who witnessed the accident tells channel two action news i've okay i'm gonna make a difference or try to make a difference his petition drive results in new crosswalk signals in lights that'll be in place for this weekend's concert about ninety thousand georgian so far cast primary ballots early fewer the two thousand of those ballots are nonpartisan georgia has open primaries which means you can vote the republican or democratic ballots independence get shut out of the major races unless they pick a party because partisan races only appear on party ballots now the only contested statewide race on the nonpartisan ballot.
Esley, Richter and E Cigarettes University Of Florida discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Am seven fifty wsb got panned on it we'll check redder luther to eighty five delays or an extravagant they freed thirty first at eight twenty three it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham a standing ovation greets the mother with belmont university students she accepts her daughters diploma at graduation do you have any groves was killed last month in the waffle house shooting outside nashville the man who stopped the gunman throws out the first pitch at the nashville sounds game the team represents a james shaw junior with four thousand dollar check for the victims doctors prepare to remove him from life support a thirteen year old alabama boy revives his mother says trenton mckinley had been declared brain dead and they signed papers to donate his organs he's just a nice everybody it's more and more he suffered multiple skull fractures in a dune buggy accident and his road to recovery remains long senate minority leader chuck schumer calls on the fda to ban cookie and candy flavors for e cigarettes jim the fda to ban fun e cigarette flavors that entice young kids he says the laws already on the books but the fda has to enforce it he's concerned too many underage kids are turning to e cigarettes university of florida grads protest the bum's rush off the stage during commencement as seen on the jumbotron and usher moving grads along gets physical and some allege racial bias claiming he manhandled minority students versity apologizes for being inappropriately aggressive and diminishing the celebration president can't fuchs promises to put into it americans over sixty put off retirement career builders ladonna girvan hey says it's not just money some people just aren't ready to go one foot in the workforce in some way continuing to do what they used to do on a contract basis or freelance isa's two and five worker survey tell careerbuilder they expect to work till seventy nestle agree to sell starbucks in what's being billed as a global coffee alliance esley has agreed to pay starbucks more than seven billion dollars for the right to market sell in distributes starbucks packaged products all around the world about five hundred starbucks employees will now be joining nestle as part of the deal bc sharon reed says nestle already markets ness cafe and espresso this deal closes later this year wsb news time eight twenty five richter getting a better deal from your credit card company after we check.
Bodycam video shows police breaching hotel suite of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock
"Wsb pinned on it barra next traffic update includes i twenty east freeway before five thirty now five twenty three it's marcy williams judd hickinbotham the coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce turns deadly the cdc here in atlanta reports one person in california has died after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with e coli and more people have gotten sick a total of one hundred twenty one and twenty five states including here in georgia the cdc's matthew y says the advice is still the same people still not eat any type of remained lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region and this includes a lettuce salad mixes because many times labels don't identify the growing regions sabrina cupet wsb las vegas pd releases dramatic body cam footage of officers entering the hotel room of mass shooter stephen paddock a lot of people that moment the deafening explosive charge used to breach the door of gunman stephen paddock's hotel suite then the fire alarm sounding the audio from justreleased police body cameras abc's alec stone reports officers found an arsenal inside paddock was dead after killing fifty eight people and wounding hundreds more hawaii moves to ban some types of sunscreen it'll be the first state of the us to ban sale of sunscreens that contain oxy been zone and acting knock eight chemicals filter uv rays but they also damaged coral reefs the ban would take effect in twenty twenty one hawaiian airlines is passing out free samples to encourage passengers to try natural sunscreens a meatball may culpa swedish meatballs are actually from turkey sweden's national twitter account made the announcement at a tweet this week admitting their famed meatballs are based on a recipe that came from turkey in the early eighteenth century abc's dave schreiber reports it is unclear what is prompting the clarification but one suite on twitter says my whole life spin ally wsb news time five twenty five twenty six.
Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge
"Of the drive as your alternate mark mckay wsb must be news time is eight oh two this morning news and here's marcy williams judd update breaking news out of florida the death toll rises from that massive pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university this point at least we can confirm six fatalities others are injured miamidade officer alvarado isabelita says this is now a recovery operation witnesses describe tons of concrete smashing onto stopped cars on the tammy trail smashed in the screams that were coming from the car was terrifying the bridge had only been swung into place days ago the ntsb leads the investigation georgia carries out its first execution of the year the jaycees rhonda cook reports carlton gary did not speak or even look at anyone death without ever acknowledging any of the family members who were seated on the front row when we entered the execution chamber he had his eyes closed and never opens them gary was dubbed the stocking strangler after a series of murders in columbus in the seventies rent jury indicts four people in the hazing death of an lsu fraternity pledge from roswell wants to make sure that the messages sent loud and clear that this will not be tolerated wsb legal analyst phil holloway says nineteen year old matthew knock when faces the most serious counts of negligent homicide the others are charged with hazing max gruber's blood alcohol was six times the legal limit when he died last fall the long wait for drivers license since a fifty three year old woman over the edge of the dds office in kennesaw polly barfield allegedly threatens to blow the place up others who've been to that office till channel two action news she's probably just frustrated barfield tells arresting officer's she wasn't serious but she has been charged with making terroristic threats police hunt for the man who set fire to towels of the ross dress for less near the mall stonecrest injuries to import and everyone was able to evacuate the store with no problem but to campfire captain eric jackson tells wsb their significant smoke and water damage police tell us they have video of the suspect from surveillance cameras georgia hires tom green to coach dogs basketball wsb's barlow wyan reports it's a six year nineteen million dollar deal released a statement saying this is a basketball program inside a great university that could compete for championships doing it the.
Phoenix-to-Dallas Southwest Airlines flight diverted to Albuquerque after smoke fills cabin
"Thirty one thirty nine degrees i'll tell you how many chilly days are coming at eight thirty six i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish the right shoulder all travel tobacco but 75 85northbound north of acres 250 that's three in northwest atlanta gut how do completely shut down south of collier road both directions struck down with wires across the roadway smilin' mark mckay wsb wsb news time is 532 this is atlanta's morning news and here's marcy williams judd hickinbotham new this morning all five passengers are confirmed dead after a helicopter goes down of east river new york city new york larkham mr daniel now grosses a rescue divers did what they could take a while for the divers to get these people up it's fifty feet of water there there was a four mile now current the temperature was below forty two pilot was able to free himself in was rescued by a tugboat he had mentioned engine failure in a mayday call the chopper was on it's way to a photo shoot when it crashed electrical fire may be to blame for smoke in the cabin on board a southwest airlines flight from phoenix to dallas you guest shut struggle and we would increase exceeded thirty seven meted emergency landing in albuquerque all one hundred forty passengers were evacuated five needed medical attention passengers were put on another flight to dallas the faa as investigating wsb news time eight thirty three a man posing as a police officer allegedly rapes to women on one night cobb county police sergeant wayne dealt tells channel 2 action news the man was in uniform and drove would look like a police cruiser we want to get him badly one woman says she was attacked during a traffic stop on nash road in atlanta while the other was stopped along terrel mill road in cobb county police say cobb county man stabbed his wife in the chest drove her to the hospital than kidnapped their fire for their fouryearold daughter the anamour lynn dobbins tells channel two action news he showed up at her house demanding the child never that crew today i'm not with other the wife's in serious but stable condition dobbins was arrested when he arrived back at his home with the girl jer attorneys prepare to pick the jury today in the.