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"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KOMO
"Of Max nine model. Today's flight to San Diego took off a few minutes after 6 30 on board was Ron Lambert, a former Boeing employees whose family has a long history with that company. Starting with my grandmother and mother and my siblings, we have AH, over 100 and 40 years of combined service in manufacturing with the Boeing Company. Lambert does not agree with every decision Boeing has ever made, but he likes the Max. Personally, This one had a real blemished but bones back on track. Alaska has flown Boeing 7 30 seven's almost exclusively for decades. The carrier plans to add three more MAX planes by April. 4th with 64 more to come over the next four years at Sea Tac Airport. Corwin Headache Coma News ahead of the Seattle Police Officers Guild, firing back now about what he calls a hit piece in the Seattle Times today. Almost Carleen Johnson reports, the article suggests. The Officers Guild has been fighting reforms and defending problem officers for years but now as fewer allies as the union negotiates a new contract, But I was reading an op ed article instead of a natural objective journalists which clearly it was not president, Mike Solan tells Come. Oh, he has full support of union members. Has no plans to step down from his position. Once I have their support, I will continue to be the voice of reason that pushes back against this unreasonableness impacting our greater Seattle area. Sadly what we're seeing impact across the state. Seattle officers face criticism from the City Council over the way protests and riots were handled over the summer. Someone tells me about 200 officers left the agency last year and the exodus continues. We did reach out to the journalist who wrote the Times piece and we'll bring you any response. We get Carleen Johnson Come on news to Longview. Men are accused of ramming a Castle Rock police officer's car with stolen van, seriously injuring the officer. Investigators say the officer was trying to stop the van in the total area just before midnight, according to the Cowlitz County Sheriff's office. The driver rammed the officer's patrol car twice. The officer fired shots toward the van and hit it, but the two people inside the van were not hit. They ran off but were taken into custody. Frank Lindsay Co. Moh NEWS, The U. S Defense Department ordered the military to address extremism within the ranks. Como's Eric Hynes reports that JBL Emma's still figuring out how to do just that. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin ordered every command in the D O. D to take a one day break from normal operations to lead a discussion on extremism in the military and complete the order by April 6. This follows the insurrection of the U. S. Capitol in January were one in five participants were former or current U. S Service members that Tacoma News Tribune reports several units of playing to have one day stand down. Washington's National Guard also will observe the stand down. We're still waiting on guidance from the National Guard Bureau, Eric Giants Come on news, someone whose time 1 10. And it's time for an update on sports. Now from the beacon Plumbing sports desk mayors from the big Easy and the Emerald City do some Twitter lobbying for the Seahawks quarterback here's bill Over the weekend, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell posted to Twitter VID strongly.
Muted Mardi Gras: Closed bars, barricaded Bourbon Street
"Grown virus related limits on access to bourbon. Street shuddered bars and yes frigid weather. All expected to prevent what the city usually graves at the end of mardi gras season streets and businesses jam packed with revelers. You know and it's just not fat tuesday. Have you ever gone to mardi gras in new orleans or have you ever gone in the weeks. Preceding mardi gras. Because a. i can't tell the difference to be honest with you. I've never been there for the official fat tuesday. But i have been there was actually there on business in well a different life and the weeks before mardi gras i mean it's you've got the floats and he's got the festivities and you've got the. Hey mr throw me the beads well and everything that goes along with that. no. I didn't take part in that. Come on now but what a party. And what an economic boost for new orleans. Well not so much this year again parades and parties on mardi gras fat tuesday. Happy fat tuesday to you. By the way and the days leading up to that annual pre-lenten bash usually drive more than a million people each and every year button. No the grinch has spoken parades canceled. You had mayor latoya cantrell. Recently bars closed bars. Totally closed mardi gras. Imagine that
Chinese New Year festivities kick off under shadow of coronavirus in New Orleans
"Orleans emerged as an early cove in 19 hot spot after Carnival celebration served as super spreader events. Despite this year's new restrictions, the city is still welcoming tourists and that's led to push back from locals offer you House of member station W. W. N o reports. Orleanians typically spend the weeks between epiphany and fat Tuesday, eating, drinking and partying. Last year's festivities drew more than a million visitors in a recent study found the gatherings resulted in nearly 50,000 Corona virus infections. This year there no parades, and many locals have pledged to sit the season out. But that hasn't stopped people from flocking to Bourbon Street, but he was have circulated of largely unmasked crowds clutching to go drinks and dancing. Despite admonishments from the city, people are still breaking the rules. On Saturday afternoon. About half of the people in the cities French quarter were unmasked, openly defying the city's mandate. Revelers stopped to catch Mardi Gras beads thrown from balconies and one middle aged woman lost her mask in the process. It fell to the ground and she didn't pick it up. Seems like these horrifying Matt Maloney, a 24 year old cook. Well, Mardi Gras is known as a season of fun. She's usually stuck working. Sometimes it's nice. You get off of a 13 hour shift, and you go catch the end of the parade and have a drink with your co workers or whatever. But now, I mean, most of us are gonna be running for the hills because we don't want to have a further risk of catching Cove it right In January, she was exposed to the coronavirus of work. It took two weeks off without pay to quarantine. Loney says she wants the city to do more to protect hospitality workers. Here's New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell know that when it comes to our health and our people, especially our hospitality workforce. I'd rather be accused of doing too much. Been doing too little. She's already announced new restrictions for Mardi Gras weekend in response to recent large gatherings in the French Quarter. Starting today through Mardi Gras Day on Tuesday, all bars will be closed citywide. Tourist heavy areas will have police checkpoints to prevent crowding and the Claiborne Corridor, a local gathering spot will be fenced off. City relies heavily on tourism in a typical year, sales and property taxes account for more than 40% of its operating budget. Now, most of that money is gone. We estimate we're still losing about About 120 to $130 million a week. That's Stephen Perry of New Orleans and Company, a tourism organization that serves the marketing agency for the city. Before this new wave of restrictions business had been hoping for a Mardi Gras bump. For much of the pandemic. Hotel occupancy has been in the single digits during last year's Mardi Gras festivities. It was above 90%. Harry says local restaurants and hotels are exceedingly safe. And the best way to protect businesses is to let them stay open. If you shut them down, you're talking about the abject failure of hundreds. Of small business people and their inability ever To reopen well. Some of the crowds on Bourbon Street have been locals or college students will sudden says tourists are big part of the problem. Sudden is a New Orleans native and a columnist for the local paper. He says city leaders should tell everyone to stay home for Mardi Gras. It's like Having a House party. If you have a house party, it's your party. And if it's your party, you decide who gets to come. We like seeing people come and have a good time at our party but wants to have a party and have a bunch of people get sick, sudden says he's pleased with the new restrictions and hopes people stay home so they could celebrate next year. For
New Orleans announces new restrictions for Mardi Gras
"Well now unfortunately all the fun is gone. According to nola dot com all new orleans bars are going to be closed. For mardi gras access will be restricted to major streets. Under new rules. Bars will be closed. People have to pass through checkpoints to get two major streets like bourbon street frenchmen streets and heavy police presence will patrol new orleans. I mean they were already bad. The police in in new orleans. Oh yeah don't when they start riding their horses down the middle of the street you do not get in their way because they will mess you up without a second thought. The days leading to mardi gras this year will face. Heavy police patrols. As part of a plan aimed at cracking down on crowds to prevent the spread of corona virus. The new restrictions were announced. Friday by mayor latoya cantrell. Who said that moves were necessary to prevent celebrations from becoming super spreader events as they did last
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KTRH
"Friday afternoon near Veterans Memorial. The driver told police to Hispanic men and a black man attacked him and stole his white Chevy Malibu, Florida governor Rhonda Santa's is promoting legislation to punish tech platforms for centering political content. Breitbart's senior tech correspondent Allan Bukhari, says the bill targets content filters. Technology has all sorts of content filters on their platforms on hate speech on fake news and misinformation on what the Santis wants citizens to be able to opt out of those filters, which gets to the heart of overcoming tech center ship he believe. Is this could start a trend for other Republican leaders. This is a tough issue the Republican voters that I would imagine that any Republican governor who's in touch with the base and in touch with what their voters want would try and follow suit. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Google on antitrust grounds. Korea also use radio 7 40 ktrh. The Texas Department of Public Safety will have extra patrols on the roads All day. Super Bowl Sunday looking for speeders, intoxicated drivers and people not wearing seatbelts. If you see suspicious activity, DPS has two reported on their online portal. I watch Texas dot or g'kar. Regardless of who wins the Super Bowl on Sunday, they won't be getting to protect part in any kind of a celebratory tradition. Fox is Matt Napolitano explains Patrick Mahomes deliver the iconic phrase after defeating the San Francisco 40 Niners last year in the Super Bowl. What are you going to do next? I'm going to do the world and Tom Brady has certainly done it over the span of his career. And while the postgame Disneyworld add tradition will continue with Super Bowl 55. The Super Bowl parade at the Florida amusement park will not Disney, announcing Friday at the Cove in Pandemic will prevent the parade featuring the NFL champs this year. First since 1987 1 Disney began this postgame campaign featuring the M V P of the big game with the tune when you Wish upon a star Disney world has not held any parade since reopening last summer because of the virus. Matt Napolitano, Fox News Ktrh news time. 12 03, South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott joined Fox News Primetime with host Trey Gowdy to talk about the importance of education and why kids needs to be back in school and states and cities continue to keep schools closed. Because of outbreaks. When we keep the kids at home when they should be in school, they're learning goes down. Their emotional challenges go up their futures and our nation's future grows darker. And darker and darker. Senator Scott says the Biden administration should focus more on the issue. The entire NC double a Women's Final Four tournament will be played at the Alamodome in nearby colleges in San Antonio and New Orleans is closing all bars and halting liquor sales in the French quarter, starting in a week and lasting through Mardi Gras. Large crowds were seen gathering on Bourbon Street last weekend, Mayor LaToya Cantrell says the French quarter was a super spreader location during last year's Mardi Gras celebration news. Undemanding ktrh dot com Our next updates going to be in 12 30. Breaking information is that happens, John mostly Danny NewsRadio, 7 40 Ktrh. Do you think hard.
New Orleans announces new restrictions for Mardi Gras
"A story about how just crazy and bizarre and unfunny things have gone because we were saying last year you know fund is not allowed anymore and now there will be no fun here. Yep member mardi gras. I loved mardi gras on one side. Yeah okay yeah when we first got back together. She was living in in new orleans. And i was living in florida and she just moved back from london and she calls me up and she's like. Hey i'm living in new orleans mardi gras right and i went up and it was a blast and it's basically the rink really. Yeah i was. I was in non drinker nonsmoker. Then but it was just fun to be around hard onto be around everybody and to see all pretty boobs and yeah it was. It was glove. She wouldn't do it though because she she was. You know she. She was at one time a professional dancer and she was like. Hey to see this. I do not work for bubbles. Well now unfortunately all the fun is gone. According to nola dot com all new orleans bars are going to be closed for mardi. Gras access will be restricted to major streets. Under new rules. Bars will be closed. People have to pass through checkpoints to get two major streets like bourbon street and frenchman streets and heavy police presence will patrol new orleans. I mean they were already bad. The police in in new orleans. Oh yeah don't when they start riding their horses down the middle of the street you do not get in their way because they will mess you up without a second thought. The days leading to mardi gras this year will face. Heavy police patrols. As part of a plan aimed at cracking down on crowds to prevent the spread of corona virus new restrictions were announced friday by mayor. Latoya cantrell who said that moves were necessary to prevent celebrations from becoming super spreader events as they did last
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Dot com This is knsd Am 7 90 on my heart radio station. Downgraded but deadly Jack Callahan Fox News the storm that was Hurricane Zeta has been downgraded to a tropical storm as it moves through Alabama this morning, but in its wake, wind damage flooding and at least two deaths. A man in New Orleans making a fatal mistake going out. Touching a wire. Was electrocuted. And is now deceased. And that's why New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell says resident should stay indoors. While city crews make it safe. Hundreds of trees blown down hundreds of thousands of power. In Mississippi, a storm surge, leaving some areas under 5 Ft. Of water. The police in Biloxi, confirming a drowning death. Storm moving rapidly will bring rain to parts of Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina. Virginia, Maryland, Delaware in southern New Jersey, before moving out to sea later tonight. On the other side of the world, the typhoon Molavi has slammed into Vietnam, triggering landslides which have killed at least 15. Left dozens missing. President Trump making his closing arguments Wednesday with two more rallies in Arizona. Vote for me is a vote for massive middle class tax cuts, regulation cut Fair trade Strong borders. Jill Biden, speaking briefly near his home in Delaware, pushing more widespread mask wearing this is not political. It's patriotic wearing a mask, where one former vice president, telling Fox five in Atlanta, he'd press governors to make mescal wearing mandatory and if they refused to go to the mayor's both candidates will campaign in Florida today. President Trump will also visit North Carolina. Also, the Republican National.
Tropical Storm Sally forecast to become hurricane as it targets New Orleans, gulf states
"Is gaining strength this morning as it moves over the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Amy held reports it's expected to hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two hurricane by Tuesday. Hurricane warning now extends from southeastern Louisiana into Mississippi, including New Orleans, prompting Mayor LaToya Cantrell to issue evacuation orders for parts of the city not protected by levees system is slowing down and potentially Building his strength. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Eric Blake is with the National Hurricane Center and says Sally could bring up to 20 inches of rain and 100 mile per hour winds which could push massive amounts of seawater on shore Storm surge. We're talking 7 to 11 ft. Life threatening and extremely dangerous. Louisiana is once again under a state of emergency. After dealing with Hurricane Laura. Late last month, Amy held NPR news.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"You know listening to them as well and and what they're going through and just being accessible. and so that really helps me because the spirit I, I really am rooted in that you know. I have an alter office I, have a real support team around me. my team. That keeps me grounded meaning my team that that keeps city government running. they keep me rolling because the word just doesn't stop and we don't want it to stop. We want to be able to provide basic city services. In the time of this crises, because that builds hope, and it builds momentum. People need to see work. Continue to happen so. it's it's rooted and grounded in that spirituality. It really is and. I haven't been doing you know. Exercise I'm supposed to be doing. That I haven't been doing much of that. No I haven't, but I am. I. learn something new, and it's this. These homing mechanisms the. Just, Meditation Oh medical, meeting. Of that something new for me I think through this this crisis. We're doing a lot of things different. You I've. Paid, a lot of attention to my home having spent a lot of time there Created a garden so things that I maybe didn't have time to do. Yeah, four I just created space for me to do that now and it's helped me. It really has, and it's surprising holidays. Help me. But it has. You know every day I'm excited I take one day at a time. And it helps me also defeat. The bullies. That I've had to deal with this. Well, it's it's interesting being a woman, a black woman in in the south. Yeah it's it's very interesting. Having a family being a mom. So I'm learning. You know it's it's something new. I've never been in this situation before and Pandemics Avenue but the way that we responded in our country is new. And and it has a lot to do with. how we're going to recover as well. I definitely need to get out in my yard and started a garden or something soothing and calming I think that's an excellent idea and I'm glad that you mentioned being a wife and a mother because I feel like even our day to day routines at home. Even when we're done working, have changed so much I joke that my husband has to go through TSA. Level D Jermain as it were. When he comes home. But how do you speak to your husband and daughter about this? What's the the family by like? In terms of how your life has changed or how you're meaning normalcy? It's been very interesting, so my husband He had a stroke in August. And so but he's. He's good, know he. He's good. He's blessed. Is Lord have mercy? And suffering from hypertension diabetes. Underline conditions that have had played a major role, and how are people have fared? Particularly African Americans have fared with this virus. And, so he's been at home. You know, say look. I have all the conditions. I'm staying at home. And would. Know. We check check Oh. This is real might yeah, so he's been sheltering in place at the house. A my daughter has been doing her remote instruction from school. She's twelve she didn't. Immediately she went into remote instructions so where school may have ended on Friday on site on Monday. It was online. And but seeing the change there from the excitement even of her being, you know excited about line the first couple of weeks getting dressed and all you know, but now it's like. Still, long you know in the bed and school is out next week, but it's it takes a toll on. You ask one of the things to at home. What I've been what my family is seen. You do more. And that's cleanup. Yes. It's been. It's been helping me though. So where I'll have someone like coming, help me once a week. Ms Cathy and so Ms. Cathy hasn't been able to come and help me. So I've been doing it everyone's pitch any, but it's like I like it and. This cat. Getting about feeling like. Like you're in control, and you really are not that facade, not pretending. How off kind got my balance back here? I'm in a groove. Yeah, and so that's empowering Mike. Yeah I. Know What you mean. Charleena I are both NEAT freaks Steph Berta. Cleaning, is really it? It is therapeutic it really it's like. This little part of your corner of the world it helps you control other things. Now. It's true in my daughter said to me, throughout the family life talking about this, my daughter said you now. She busted me out. Everything around your office is just so tidy it so now you know this that. and. Oh. So. We. Took this time to get straight at home, so she she's got new bedroom, said and even picking up minded. You know just those things. Yeah, you have to leave in the. Behind, and not because they're so focused on what's next? Over the epidemic, this pandemic has allow for some time. in it's how you use that time. To help you as well. And and I think that we're. We're finding the balance in that I know. I have absolutely now more than ever. Our homes have to be our thanks ury. US feel like it's okay to be at home. And then you have to face those issues whatever that home? That made ninety one be at home. It doesn't have to be a part, and it could be that Paulo bike me that box, of of paperwork. Signal were there that I just need to go through and discard stuff. In the shredder. and. You Trust yourself with. Yeah Now! I think I love what you're saying because I think it really speaks to especially for women, you know we take care of and working women. We are at work. We're handling our business, but then we're also taking care of our household where managing so many things, and you're just such a great example of how you can really have that balance and be great in all areas of your life, so I applaud you for that and I would love to even just say like you know if you have a PSA that you could give to other black women struggling with balancing all of those things and figuring out what to prioritize in this time..
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Alice the hello. Thank you I am so happy to actually coming to America happy here you know looking. Brown, Rice or billing in as our guest host, you guys Alison. McGovern are deputy editor in chief of essence magazine, and she's filling today and we had a very very special guests on the show. alson staffers know that New Orleans couldn't be closer to our hearts. We go every year. It's instant love affair between essence festival in the city of new. Orleans how by you. You, love New Orleans every time I go I, feel like new. Orleans pours something into me that I just take home. And it just leaves you missing the city and just wanting to back there. It is truly there's no place on earth like New Orleans truly bad. Why for this series? It is our honor to welcome. Mayor Toy can travel the mayor of New Orleans. First Female Mayor of New Orleans since twenty eighteen balk American. However you so much now, thank you so much. For, all the the warmth, even as you described how you love the city. You know a gave me goosebumps. Oh thank you. You're welcome. Remember the first time I've been essence nine years and the first time I got off that plane. I was like Oh my God I. Don't WanNa leave. Yeah, all right album the plan. It's just a by yeah. Absolutely. I I've been going since I was a teenager and just to see you know a how not essence fest in New Orleans. But you know to just see how incredible the city is, and how it's changed. It's just you know, but also maintain stole much of what makes them Orleans Orleans. I love him mayor. How you fell in love with New Orleans and college stayed, and now you the mayor, so tell us why you love the city and what you love. Well I I've been in wall since I was eighteen. And I came here to attend college. University of Louisiana and I just My soul found its home. And I I. Never I didn't want to leave and I have not look back I. Just immersed myself in community which is tied to the people who are the real fabric. Of this city and it's the most Afro centric city in the United States of America and and you can, you can feel it. You know you can see it and It's worth fighting for you know, and and that's. That's what kept me here really did. Absolutely. I feel like the people of New Orleans are so resilient. And just like you know the character and the resiliency issues unmatched. Take me through what it's been like leading city leading those people and. Also leading them through this unprecedented time as well. Well My I've been mayor of of New Orleans now for two years May the seventh mark, my Two year anniversary and two weeks after being inaugurated I was faced with a major flood in the city. we not just that, so it's pinned. Hair has been in the wind since since day one on facing many different challenges that have come our way, but face them head on and If did not realize or expect that. I would have to manage the city through a pandemic. But. It's again. Facing it head on embracing the challenge, but staying focused on public health and public safety, which is rooted in saying focus on the people of this city. And making sure that they're protected. They have the tools and resources. That they need for us to to recover to get through managed to crises as well as a see progress, in which we we have demonstrated significant progress on the ground here. And, now we are pivoting towards reopening the city in a very slow and methodical in a even a surgical away. If you will when work, we also had a tremendous I you know. We were part of the epicenter with this national crisis. We all watch. Our numbers go sky, high and then. New Orleans was right behind. But what's been different is whereas it's been taking us a while to really flat in the curb here and keep our numbers going down. It was almost as if in New Orleans after thanks bye, they started going down plummeting and going radically, which was a miracle, an amazing and just tell us how the city got there and we can. Other cities learn from new. Orleans, because it's been incredible to see that. Now, it really ask and it's. It's been a Herculean effort. Many people and at the heart of it all it has been the public the residents of this city trusting themselves. trusting. Data in science, trusting their government and by doing that. They adhere to the mandates that we had in place and at the end of the day. That's what led to us being able to flatten the car. In addition to testing capacity we have tested more than than several countries in our city alone and that is, that is the key. Continuing to test at high capacity, and also going into into neighborhoods, going where the people are and not saying. Hey, you need to go get a test outside of your neighborhood, but you know what. Hey, here we are. Come right here where you live. Let us meet you where you are and to not only test you. But to provide case management as well. I mean like you to food. Let let me link you to mental health services. If you need it, let me link you to a UI unemployment insurance, so a comprehensive approach to a meeting and the residence where they are and that built trust. You know and and as they saw us. Where they are then they say you know what hey, not only are. They cared about, but it it It reinforced their trust again in community, but also the civic trust in government and that that's something Matt Is Invaluable when you can trust when you can trust your.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Star we have so much to discuss, but we have a special guest. We do we really do here? Corey married? Alison. McGeever Dorsey your last name right Alison McKenna. That's I realize. I I am the Queen of butchering. Thank you thank you. so Allison is deputy editor of, but I would love Alison to properly introduce herself. Hi Guys! Oh my God. I'm so happy to be here. I feel like I have made it. I'm on, yes, girl, instill exciting, so thank you for having me I'll come, and you know what we were thrilled to have. You Interview Mayor Toy Cantrell for our black MOMS on the frontline series Alison. I mean. I been working so hard to talk to so many dope. An incredible women who are not only as we say taking care of their families, but hours to end, you know we all have a shared love affair with New Orleans. So you being able to join us to talk to me American? Travel was just super special. You Know Charlton. He came up with this idea and I'm GonNa Continue. Give me your flowers because what we are doing is collectively giving the flowers. If the women who are on the frontlines face to face with preventing Kobylt nineteen to disseminate. Disseminate information about how to stop spreading into surviving I mean we've talked to doctors on the front lines. We've talked to active this on the front line. We have talked to people who like Kenya slaughter, who is a worker at Dollar General? But because she spoke out about the struggle sees having being deemed quote unquote in its into worker now and how that's changed her life, and she's talked about her real fears and I love the. She shared that we spoke with her in now to speak with Latakia Canto, who her city is at the epicenter of discount. It's really really essential that we share. These women's stories made. It has been corey. It really hasn't you know guys I've been so thrilled. Listening to the MOMS that you interviewed in this amazing series and to now be a part of it was really really special for me and I. Think you know this this whole time I'm navigating also being a new mom and I. Have you know my nine month? Month old, and that is really been something that I felt bond with mayor about just hearing how she's navigating, not only the scary world, her professional responsibilities, but also just her life as a wife and mom and you know taking care of her household. It's been really incredible inspiring to to listen to her and to bond with her on that, so that was super special for be. Can you believe? that. We are not going to be a New Orleans Fourth of July. My head down I know and I I get it I understand is for the greater good I know, but you know I love being in the streets. Alison this was going to be your first one Anna. Officially I can't even believe that by I as fast like I was so ready for it was gonNA be my first one in January. I was down there for the preview where I met all of the potential sponsors, and we were starting to kind of get a feel of what it was going to be like. I've been to essence fest as guests, but never working on the essence team, so it's so sad. It's might method was because I'm like right now. I would be like Brantley shopping for dresses and finding cute. We're comfortable shoe been trying to like what you like. We try smack that last. Do, we have their goal that we. Just trying to be a little more you know soon waste Kinda. Get our standard up to walk on those cobblestones in that year yield and trying to find the perfect pair of q uncomfortable flach. Around now we won't be I. Think like so many of you. As festival was always like the kickoff for Bargo heart grow summer, and we were not gonNA. Have that this year, but we still have so much left for the city in I think this week it's guests is so appropriate and it. Corey else I really got to love on New Orleans car, which was so special because at new. New Orleans has a very special place in everyone asks It's like our second home and we all got to really talk about with the people and the city. Mean to us, and how it makes you feel in court. You've been countless times. You know it's like magic. You feel when you get off the plane and she just exudes all of that, so it was just a great conversation. Now I hate. I missed it but I'm glad that allison was the perfect person. Flied into the Coho seed of yes girl and talk with her, because Charlie you right? I mean with out I mean next to New York and you know my home of. My mom is in Maryland and. Texas home, but New Orleans. Louisiana new. Orleans is right there so when I read all the reports about what they've been going through fighting co they coming out of cold it it really. Speaks to my heart and it just my heart goes out to them for what they're going through, but like the spirit of New Orleans. They are recovering. They're coming out of it and I cannot wait to hear how mayor Cantrell is making it through. And speaking making it through its actually get to talk to her about those we did. It's been amazing seeing how quickly New Orleans get has really been beating that her, you know. They spiked it flat. And then it went right on back down and it's been so inspirational to see that I don't know about you guys but I need these feel good news stories. To talk to them right about what they've done because I need to know that it's GonNa be okay. We're going to get there and it's been really beautiful. Yeah, you've seen different stories like northern story story. That makes you feel like okay. There's light at the end of this. Situations You know I love that. You said that because I definitely have been. Actively seeking out those positive stories just at we can not only that we can flatten the curb, but that we could really come together and support each other I think one of my biggest worries. Is that like we will go back to the normal that we were at before and not improve on any of the things that I feel like this crazy time is giving us a chance. Chance to do so to see the city of New Orleans really being innovative and trusting, each other was just so special for me and I think that is really like the nuggets of hope. That I'm holding onto. Absolutely absolutely, there is one thing while it's not in the US. Someone did tweet a photo of apparent jumping in the air with her kids ready to go back to school. It was in New Zealand and she goes. And I should pull it out to get correctly had seen that it's. It's like we're Kobe free. 'cause he's like we have a compassionate government and we believe in science. So, but that made me think like okay of enough. People see this and enough people read. Her caption may be here in the US will be like. Hey, we could get to back to normal. We can get to our normal lives if we just follow the rules. Yeah, and if we just trust science, I mean, it's like it's crazy that like you know everybody around. You know who are not experts are suddenly the Internet has anybody feeling like aired expert so I. Definitely really hope that we can trust doctors and scientists in just you know global warming and medicine in those basics to get better and I'll be honest with you. Guys I think that's why it's been at first I was like. What do you mean the? The federal government's not helping and leaving it up to the governors and the mayors within in cases like New Orleans with Mayor Cantrell. You're seeing the positive side of that right? Allowing the people who know and live in love.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Terry all the a blunt warning at a Senate hearing today about the U. S. response to covert nineteen Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S. court see more deaths and economic damage if they live stay at home orders too quickly concern is that we will start to see little spikes that might turn into outbreaks so therefore I have been being very clear in my message to try to the best extent possible to go by the guidelines which have been very well thought out and very well delineated and he got some pushback very important that we not let anyone person dictate what we do in the economy one size doesn't fit all Kentucky Republican rand Paul says local leaders should have the final say Kentucky governor Andy Beshear says he won't sacrifice lives for business or recreational mourn for these three hundred and twenty people and twenty one and I'm gonna do everything I can to make sure we don't unnecessarily lose people going for sure says he'll open his state when it's safe to do so New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell launching phase one of her city's re opening strategy allowing residents restaurants to offer dining in starting Saturday president trump says the U. S. is prevailing when it comes to covert nineteen testing but California governor Gavin Newsom disagrees he says the U. S. and his date of an underperforming when it comes to testing those who need or want one state reporting its highest daily count of new cases department of public health is reporting more than four thousand coronavirus cases in a twenty four hour span but Illinois governor JB Pritzker points out the fact that we were able to report that we reported four thousand cases today as a function of the fact that we did twenty nine thousand tests the governor is still hopeful most of the state will be able to move into phase three of re opening by the end of the month Ribeiro ABC news Chicago based on the analysis of the vote Joe Biden is the projected winner of today's Nebraska democratic primary you are listening to ABC news.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KTOK
"Already in a row from a position of revenues in a terrible position because we're not collecting any revenue just literally so I don't buy anymore ventilators then we need E. di Michigan's governor issuing an executive order to restore water service state wide more than one hundred twenty seven thousand water shut offs have been performed in Detroit since twenty fourteen and without water health officials say it is impossible for people to follow CDC precautions against the virus and Louisiana is seeing a spike in calls in nineteen cases recording seventy deaths so far New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell pleading for Washington to give more help to her city even as we've seen a measures passed at the federal level as relates to the Care Act we want to know that's really how that will be fully implemented so that we can get all the resources again to the people who need them the most on the ground Cantrell appeared on fox's America's news headquarters on Saturday New Orleans has more than one thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen America is listening to fox news one century ago experienced its deadliest pandemic the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen infected nations around the world killing millions in the decades lenses have swept the lives of more none have been quite like this one of our is now a global pandemic Broadway will be shut down the NBA suspending gameplay Paul street briefly suspending trading today it is impacted Hollywood it is in capital this is like now the.
New Orleans City Government Hit by Cyber Attack; Recovery Underway
"Mountain New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says cyber attack recovery efforts are underway following the suspected hack of the city's computer network which prompted a shut down of government computers and all of this blamed on an employee is log in information being breached about four thousand computers and we talk about recovery mode it's about building like you're building a new house visual say backup systems in New Orleans have allowed nine one one to keep functioning for medical police and fire
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KOMO
"Says that officials in Pensacola Florida see hackers are demanding a million dollars ransom and a New Orleans city computers were shut down as a precaution after suspected attack nor was mayor latoya Cantrell we are now beginning recovery officials directing all employees to power down computers unplug devices and disconnect from wifi the mayor says ransomware was detected but it's unclear who is responsible there is no evidence of personal data being lost at this time emergency services nine one one dispatching and police radios were unaffected on forces tell ABC news a suspected Pensacola Naval Air Station shooter on this past nine eleven posted on social media the phrase the countdown has started a B. C. Stephanie Rama shooting lasted about fifteen minutes also Ronnie firing about one hundred and eighty rounds from his legally purchased hand gun with an extended magazine during the rampage also Ronnie fired at pictures of president trump and another unnamed president and a witness claims also running made comments critical of US military action overseas as he was shooting articles of impeachment moved to a full house vote next week with a probable sent a trial in the new year A. B. C.'s David Wright at the White House Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appearing on fox news pledge to work in total coordination with the White House on the impeachment trial where the constitution requires a two thirds margin to remove the president Republicans have hinted they'd like a speedy trial with no witnesses one that would be over in a matter of days the president says he'd like to hear witnesses but said Friday that healing deferred to the Senate voted college football's best tonight New York Elihu quarterback Joe burrow the Heisman Trophy my teammates have have supported me welcome me with with open arms get from while come down to the by you and and welcome me as brother listening to ABC news why certain tax if your in trouble with the I..
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Out all his throughout this entire incident with the in the incident occurred unfortunately there's so many people are one able to determine who was actually fire any shots at that time Ferguson called it a cowardly and senseless act there was a person being questioned but it wasn't known early on if that person was involved New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says police will get to the bottom of what happened colonel Scott fox news if you didn't find what you wanted on Black Friday there is always cyber Monday in tumors did some record breaking shopping online on both thanksgiving day and Black Friday dropping a whopping eleven point six billion dollars ecommerce behemoth and smaller retailers at both seeing an increase in online sales experts say the shopping is not done consumers are expected to spend even more on cyber Monday possibly setting a new record with an estimated at nine point four billion dollars in sales of eighteen point nine percent from last year boxes and Kerik actress Shelley Morrison died Sunday of heart failure at the age of eighty three her career spanning more than half a century six sisters six Sally field in the flying nun starting in nineteen sixty seven more recently Morrison played Salvadoran maid rose area Salazar on will and grace she was only booked to appear in one episode on the hit comedy but quickly became a fan favorite angel on the show news from.
As Tropical Storm Nestor Forms, New Orleans to Use Explosives to Topple 2 Cranes
"Who is in Louisiana governor John bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency because of severe weather in the state this will delay the demolition of the partially collapsed hard rock hotel in New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says the decision by the governor was a good one this allows us to move forward with any avoiding any type of issues that may present themselves the city of New Orleans addressing the controlled demolition of the
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"First news continues on this fifteen day of July in tropical depression very has steadily weekends since making landfall Saturday in Louisiana but concerns remain about the risks of flooding and heavy rainfall New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says her city was largely spared we absolutely made it through the storm the I'm lucky we were spared is same as those bands moved closer to New Orleans the same to just go around us and we understand that our brother and sisters who are in surrounding parishes were less lucky in some instances however the support from the city of New Orleans has been consistent and it will we will remain so as it relates to meeting the needs of our surrounding parishes as we've been asked to do we will continue to respond and follow through the tropical storm threat as you know is over but rain remains the possibility the tropical storm warning and the storm surge warnings I have all been cancelled a flash flood watch remains in effect until seven PM this evening tropical bands with heavy rain could continue to affect the area with predictable rainfall totals in the two to four inch range but what we are being told by the National Weather Service as that that doesn't mean the two to four inches within an hour and you know we always kind of focus on how much we're looking to receive within an hour period so it's still it's not looking bad for the city of New Orleans but we always want to be mindful as relates to rainfall in our city governor John bel Edwards said that buries rains could have been much worse but several parishes are under flash flood warnings berries rain bands created a flooding and tornado threat stretching from central Louisiana to eastern Mississippi and beyond more than ninety people have been rescued no fatalities reported on ads as a power outage that left parts of Manhattan in the dark for several hours didn't have anything to do with demand on the electrical grid con ed's president says the cause of Saturday night's outages still under investigation it affected thousands of customers for about five hours along a forty blocks stretch that included Times Square all the way to seventy second street and Broadway spreading to Rockefeller Center the official with that con ed says the utilities prepared for high demand like one expected this coming week as temperatures rise meanwhile US senator Charles Schumer is calling for a federal probe into the blackout well today is expected to be key in the Jeffrey apps the in case the financiers due in court for a hearing in New York City at issue is whether he can be released on bail while he awaits trial on charges of running a sex trafficking ring his lawyers say he's no flight risk but prosecutors disagree a federal indictment last week accused Abbott enough.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Threats from tropical storm very extend from the Gulf coast into the Tennessee valley as the slow moving storm with seventy mile an hour winds located about five miles northeast of inter coastal city Louisiana Slidell Louisiana mayor great Cromer said high tide this evening's going to be difficult do not let your guard down at this point we have a lot more water coming towards us the winds have shifted on the lake front we were out there about six thirty this morning winds of shifted in their directly out of the southeast in in blowing water right up into the the lake New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell expects to be dealing with Barry for a little while Mary has slow it's also intensified pushing the timing of expected impacts further into today tonight and Sunday meanwhile national hurricane center director can Graham says everyone in the region needs to be the lurch no matter the conditions they might be currently experiencing that's not a whole lot of rain on the north side is very lopsided system most of us to the south and also to the east of the message here is just because just because you're not seeing rain yet and and you but you might be saying the winds hurricane force winds doesn't mean that it's over yet tensions building between the U. S. in Turkey over a missile system Ankara bought from Russia the trump administration was publicly silent on Friday on how I would respond to the Turkish delivery with the Pentagon postponing a news conference the pressure is likely to build out a full Russian cargo plane has landed then cross with more components for the S. four hundred at defense system Washington is concerned the S. four hundred could be used to gather data on F. thirty five five to check program capabilities if Turkey has both that was Charles de Ledesma filing that report check out more news you can read more analysis both at town hall dot com maybe you'd like to know what exactly really factor is it was created by doctors it's a one hundred percent drug free supplement with four key ingredients that simply help your own body deal with the natural inflammatory response that it has it's easy to swallow for little capsules each bracket like the packet that I carry with me at all times three packets a day for a week then to package a day for two weeks and I have just described the three week Quixtar and you will know in three weeks that's the beauty of it whether it works they don't drag you on that costs just nineteen dollars and ninety five cents there's a very good chance that a very serious percentage of my listeners suffer from some sort of muscular or joint pain you should try this for nineteen dollars and ninety five cents that's all you can lose if it works that was sent to you automatically if it doesn't work tell them not to send any shipments and it's as simple as that it is all at relief factor dot com I've been using it for.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"From ABC news hi Dave he has made landfall in is now a tropical storm be the moving extremely slowly across the coast of Louisiana the storm surge pushing water over the top of the levee in lower Plaquemines parish the lieutenant governor also saying that water is flowing over the levees in Jefferson like endpoint selects New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell warning residents who may still be dry and although you may not have seen rainfall as we've been discussing it is coming our way I'm rob Marciano in New Orleans where the winds have been steadily picking up the heaviest rain and yet to arrive as very makes its landfall across the south Louisiana coast very bottom heavy system which means that the heaviest whether be it rain and wind well all calm after the storm passes to the north the with the moving so slowly that range gonna stick around a long time so New Orleans baton Rouge very susceptible to flooding could see over a foot of rain in these areas to be possible in some spots the watches have been posted all the way north of Memphis in east towards the Florida panhandle from New Orleans I'm rob Marciano R. and B. star Kelly is behind bars this weekend after was taken into custody in Chicago facing federal charges that include sexual exploitation of children and child porn **** one thing federal prosecutors have said is that R. Kelly had illegal sexual activity we have five minor girls recorded it on video and at least in one case Truscott pay off the family of one of the minor girls not to say anything this is just some of what our Kelly is now facing as he is locked up in a federal jail in Chicago your return to court on Tuesday for a bail.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ad council W. easy bus W. X. K. S. F. MHD to bed and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ newsradio forty years tropical storm Barry approaches the Louisiana coast slowly their own you four counts of just how much of a danger it poses to New Orleans somewhat less than before forecasters are expecting Mississippi River river to crest about two feet lower than first predicted under the circumstances that is good news correspondent Jim crystal is on the scene of the houses are uneasy in the big easy as tropical storm very looks of the Gulf of Mexico New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell is telling residents other at least three days worth of supplies medications that you name it secure your property very important the biggest problem for berry which could be a hurricane at landfall is expected to be record rainfall two feet or more of rain in some places Jim chrysalis CBS news New Orleans number currency in this country illegally on already under orders to leave face arrest this weekend especially those in some big cities targeted for a major crackdown ordered by the president in keeping with one of his main political issues of presidents is the round ups will start on Sunday he makes no apologies they came in and they go Mr trump insists those will be targeted have been ordered deported by.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The system New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell urging residents to stay alert he every single warning the mayor says no mandatory evacuations are in place in her city but when the storm hits people should stay inside sheltering in place is our strategy meanwhile several small towns along the Gulf coast have issued mandatory evacuations back in New Orleans business owners in the French Quarter say they're already feeling the financial impacts of the storm but there will be some faithful coming and we want to make sure that everyone gets something if they needed we've had people calling for the past two days canceling flight reservations canceling dinner reservations well it's not a lot of business but party goers say they'll be out as long as possible vacation I feel like we're just going to do what we gotta do we remain a restaurant as we freeze quarters Bourbon street everywhere to try to get it done before the storm comes others like Eugene Phillips who lives on the streets of New Orleans on sure his plan Armando I'm on the this game because I'm I don't know if I would be even be sheltered somewhere but now as you know Hey feed in a man of said that eagle come through from them I would be all right across Louisiana even Mississippi in parts of Texas heavy rains seems certain but the unknown exactly how much will fall and how quickly Clayton Nevil New Orleans it's nine passed now president trump did not issue an executive order mandating a citizenship question for all persons counted by the upcoming census says he had threatened instead our Bob Constantini reports.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Items on her storm preparation list water in one yes as the staples yes that's my staples around the corner of the bottled water I'll completely wiped out from the night before except for a fresh new stack of deciding which she says is too expensive okay that would be a no so it's just the one today spears says she'll get her water elsewhere Candace taking other precautions had a storm like charging Oliver electronic devices she's concerned but not worried right now it's pretty much going to be a rainy van I think because it's this is not hitting here directly it's too early to know just where on the Louisiana coast berry will make landfall but New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says no matter where the storm hits or how strong the winds end up being rain and particularly flooding are the main concerns we do expect that this storm will be slow moving what that means is that there is a possibility it as is moving slow the we're going to get heavy rainfall for up to forty eight hours it could be that's going to cause problems all across south Louisiana but it's really scary for New Orleans the drainage system here is extremely old and struggles to keep up with heavy rains just yesterday the storm dropped more than seven inches of rain in less than two hours in many neighborhoods cars homes and businesses were swamped by several feet of water for now New Orleans officials are not calling for evacuations despite the bigger flooding threat this encore Bon overseas drainage in the city based on the.
"mayor latoya cantrell" Discussed on WLAC
"Landfall as a category. One hurricane later today as it moves across the Gulf of Mexico. A hurricane warning is in effect from the mouth of the Pearl. River along the Mississippi Louisiana border to the Alabama Florida border. Meaning hurricane conditions are expected in the warlords mayor latoya Cantrell says they've been planning for days at this time. I'm also issuing a voluntary evacuation order for areas outside of the levee system, which includes Venetiaan I'll lay Catherine and Irish by you, heavy rain will affect southern Alabama southern Mississippi and southern Louisiana with totals that could reach as high as eight inches. The Hurricane Center warns of life threatening storm surge. The storm threat comes amid major flooding in the midwest where there are flash flood watches and warnings from Kansas. To nebraska. Here's Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, I want to see the documents about what he said when he was in government and advising the president of the United States. I wanna see history talk is cheap..