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"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Guard boxes. Jill NATO America's listening to Foxy Chaos on the campus. Witnesses say a student assaulted a preacher and knocked him to the ground. Oh, the attack was caught on video. The preacher's wife, Mary Rusk, making these comments just moments after that assault, so they just dragged my husband off. At U A B after he was attacked by these lawless thugs. Student police then took the woman into custody. You a be issuing a statement, calling it a very unfortunate altercation. The university declined further comment, citing the ongoing investigation and following the cancellation of next month's national shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores. Orange Beach will hold freedom Fest Mayor Tony Kennon says it's featuring music, art and food vendors. It's set for October 9th at the WARF. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's JT. Alright, Leah. Thank you very much. It is 8 36 Continuing our conversation with Dr Randy Johnson, our own immune systems. And how that is really something that I agree with you, Doctor. We need to be talking about that just as much as anything out there and what we can do to help protect ourselves in this coronavirus world we're living in now. So when you talk about what we ought to be doing, As far as building our own immune system. What are you talking about? I understand losing some weight needing healthier but what else? Yeah, And really there's the answers aren't sexy. I'll be honest, but they're very, very simple..
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Minutes. And if you are up a little higher a little further north in Coleman, you're only looking at a 42 minute commute this morning. All right. I'm toy. Thornton. You're first alert. Traffic. Thank you. Toy. Well, some great news coming out of Orange Beach this morning. Ah, person reported missing during Hurricane Sally has been found safe is indeed good News, Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon making that announcement over the weekend, adding that the person is expected to be OK. That is great news and also water service has been restored to that city, but a boil. Water advisory is still in effect until results from the samples have been received, but things are moving in the right direction. Debris pickup expected to continue in earnest today in Orange Beach. Sadly, though the storm is now blame for two deaths in Alabama. Federal assistance has now been approved for several Alabama counties working to recover from the storm Governor Kay Ivey announcing that FEMA will offer individual and public assistance for Baldwin Mobile and Escambia counties. In a statement on Sunday, she said, quote being approved for individual and public assistance is an important step in the recovery process. Coastal Alabama were with you the whole way. Well. Two of Huber's emergency 911 operators are now working in communities near the Gulf Coast. Whoever sent them to Spanish Fort and Baldwin County there to help the crew will assist in taking emergency calls, giving 900 dispatchers there a much needed break and we spoke to one of the operators out of whoever explains why receiving help as a dispatcher is such a big deal right now. Dispatch is one that often gets overlooked when it comes to sending out help our fire Department of Police Department actually already gone down. Their dispatch very rarely gets any assistance that comes to him. So it's.
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Hundred five mile per hour winds and rain measured in feet not inches killing at least one person swamping homes and forcing the rescue of hundreds as it pushed inland for what could be a slow and disastrous drenching across the deep south. The death happened in Orange Beach Alabama according to Mayor Tony Kennon who also told the Associated Press that one person was missing Kenan said he couldn't immediately released details. Moving just three miles per hour or about as fast as a person can walk the storm made landfall at four, forty five am close to Gulf shores Alabama about thirty miles. From. Pensacola. Florida an accelerated to a light jog as it battered the Pensacola and Mobile Alabama metropolitan areas encompassing nearly one million people. Sally cast boats onto land or sank them at the dock. Flatten Palm trees peeled away roofs blue down signs and knocked out power to more than five, hundred, forty, thousand homes and businesses. A replica of Christopher Columbus's ship. The Nina that had been docked at the Pensacola waterfront was missing police said. He tore loose a barge mounted construction crane, which then smashed into the new three mile bridge over Pensacola Bay causing a section of the year old span to collapse authority said, the storm also ripped away a large section of a fishing pier at albums. Gulf state park. On the very day a ribbon cutting had been scheduled following a two point four million dollar renovation. By the afternoon authorities and Escambia County, which includes Pensacola said at least three, hundred, seventy seven people had been rescued from flooded areas more than forty people trapped by high water were brought to safety within a single, our including a family of four found in a tree sheriff David Morgan said. Authorities in Pensacola said, two hundred National Guard members would arrive Thursday to help curfews were announced in Escambia County and in some coastal Alabama towns sally turned some Pensacola streets into whitecapped rivers, early Wednesday, sodden debris, and flooded. Cars were left behind as the water receded by early afternoon Sally had weakened into a tropical storm. It's maximum sustained winds fell by Wednesday night to forty five miles per hour and the National Weather Service said, heavy rains were spreading to the north and east into eastern Alabama and western Georgia. At least eight waterways in South Alabama and the Florida panhandle were expected to hit their major flood levels by Thursday. Some of the crests could break records, submerge bridges, and flood some homes the National Weather Service warned. Morgan the Escambia County Sheriff estimated thousands would need to flee rising waters in the coming days. ESCAMBIA officials urged residents to rely on text messages for contacting family and friends to keep cellphone service open for nine one one calls. There are entire communities that we're going to have to evacuate the sheriff said it's going to be a tremendous operation of the next several days. West of Pensacola and purdue key Florida. Joe. Miracle arrived at his real estate business defined the two story building shattered. Declining through the ruins Mirabeau pointed out a binder labeled. Hurricane. Action Plan. I think the professionals got this one. Wrong. He said before the wind blew away his hat. More than two feet of rain was recorded near Naval Air Station Pensacola and nearly three feet of water covered streets in downtown. Pensacola, the National Weather Service reported. It's not common that you start measuring rainfall in feet said forecaster David ever soul. Sally was the second hurricane to hit the Gulf coast in less than three weeks and the latest to blow in during one of the busiest hurricane seasons ever. Forecasters have nearly run through the alphabet of storm names with two and a half months. Still to go at the start of the week Sally was one of a record tying five storms turning simultaneously in the Atlantic Basin. Like the wildfires raging on the west coast the onslaught of hurricanes has focused attention on climate change which scientists say is causing slower rate here more powerful and more destructive storms. An emergency crew rescued two people on Doffing Island Alabama after the hurricane ripped the roof off their home and the rest of the House began to Crumble Mayor Jeff Collier said, no one was injured. In Orange Beach Alabama. The wind blew out the walls in one corner of a condominium building exposing at least five floors at least fifty people were rescued from flooded homes and taken to shelters mayor. Tony. Kennon said. We few people that we just haven't been able to get to because the water is so high Kenan said, but they are safe in their homes. As soon as the water recedes, we will rescue them. Sally's crawl. made it hard to predict where it would strike just two days before landfall the storm was forecast to hit New Orleans. One hundred, forty miles west of where it came ashore. So Robert Lamm Brisky, and his husband were caught somewhat off guard when the hurricane shook their door before daybreak and forced rainwater inside their home and Sanders beach near Pensacola. We had some warning, but this was just such a strange storm Lambruschini said. So all of this preparing that you do when you know the storm is coming was something we only have dead because we were convinced the storm wasn't going to hit us. Sally's effects were felt all along the northern Gulf coast affecting low lying properties, Mississippi, and southeastern Louisiana. Hurricane Laura pummeled. Southwestern. Louisiana. On August twenty seventh thousands of people were still without power from that storm and some were still in shelters. Meanwhile far out in the Atlantic Teddy, became a hurricane Wednesday with winds of one hundred miles per hour. Forecasters said it could reach category four strength before closing in on Bermuda which took a direct hit from Hurricane Paulette only days ago..
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The mayor will join us later this morning. Messages Ah late last night could not provide more details on that person. Missing. Mayor Tony Kennon, though, did confirm one fatality. Meanwhile, the cleanup efforts, of course, will be massive. This is video of When it was coming ashore Wednesday morning about 4 45 yesterday morning, Orange Beach Gulf Shores now closed to visitors for the next 10 days. Officials in counties all along the coast say it will take days. Of course. To assess all the damage from Sally Right now. They're just trying to get more roads and bridges open so that people can move around. You might have felt some of that overnight and last night, But this is new video showing the impact of Sally is to continue to move across the state. It was a tropical storm when it hit Montgomery and take a look here and knock down some trees there on top of some cars and homes. Many of those are blocking some roadways down there against all so concerned about flooding from some river. So we are monitoring any developments on that this morning, and some of the more dramatic scenes were getting delicate rescues that were performed by U S Coast Guard after Sally moved. This is Navarre Beach, Florida They save nine people, their dog as well from floodwaters. Seeing all the kids there with the life vest on and that gentleman there happy to save the dog. The coastguard Shallow water Response team was already pre staged in that area before the storm made landfall. But glad they were their point. Dauphin Island and we spoke with the mayor yesterday morning but really took a beating. Look at this marina. The doc there just ripped apart, leaving big pieces of wood. Floating in the water. Sally also managed to flip several boats on their side. We'll have more images of what that did on Alabama's Gulf Coast. Ah little bit later. And be sure to stay with us as we're on your side this morning with coma, continued coverage throughout this newscast, and of course you can get updates..
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Good Morning California's new rules for reporting abuse have changed with disturbing implications. We'll talk about those also inside politics in Russia plus more from Megan Basham recent conversation with pastor John MacArthur. We have been forced to address things that so dominate the society that everybody becomes aware of them. If not everybody in the world certainly everybody around Grace Community Church and World Commentator Cal Thomas on questions by cancer during the presidential debates. It's Thursday September seventeenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported World Radio I'm Mary Record and I'm Myrna Brown good morning. Now the news here's can't Covington. Hurricanes Sally slammed the Florida Panhandle and South Alabama Wednesday with sideways rain storm surges and powerful winds and Sally fooled forecasters once again after making landfall a day later than expected, it hit land as a category two just after forecasters had predicted a cat one called Orange Beach Alabama Mayor Tony Kennon told reporters twenty inches of rain or more with income and tied just was All of it chrome and gather created a catastrophic. Flooding event for us more than anything else at least one person died Wednesday in Orange Beach. David Ebersol with the National Weather Service said the biggest problem is that the storm crawled ashore moving at about two three miles per hour tallies moving so slowly so just keeps pounding and pounding and pounding the area with. tropical brain, and just powerful winds and. It's just a nightmare. The slow movement of the storm could bring a record setting thirty inches of rain in some spots with heavy downpours expected in parts of Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas later this week on Wednesday rescuers performed numerous high water rescues and more than one hundred and fifty thousand homes and businesses lost electricity. US Health agencies plans to offer everyone free immunization against the corona virus. The government on Wednesday outlined its plan to distribute cove nineteen vaccine as soon as it becomes available. CDC Director Dr Robert Redfield told a Senate panel that he remains hopeful that will begin rolling out a vaccine by the end of the year but very limited supply and we'll have to be prioritized if you're asking me, when is it going to be generally available to the? American public. To get back to our regular life I. Think we're probably looking at. Late. Second Quarter Third Quarter Twenty twenty one. By, then there could be several different options. Available scientists are testing nine possible vaccines and phase three trials around the world according to The New York Times. Phases would focus on healthcare workers, essential employees, and people in vulnerable groups. Venezuela's Nicolas Motor over GM has committed crimes against humanity that according to a new report commissioned by the UN Human Rights Council an expert panel found cases of grisly torture executions and other crimes carried out by Madero security forces and intelligence agencies Marva Lena's chairs, the UN fact-finding mission on. Venezuela. We have reasonable grounds to believe that high level authorities within this entities. As. well as political authorities including the president and the ministers have been cheerier of defense where aware of these crimes and she said those political authorities either ordered or otherwise contributed to crimes that were part of a widespread and systematic attack against civilians. The experts Dell did a nearly three thousand cases and looked at more than five thousand killings. The panel said those responsible must be held accountable and the global community must ensure such crimes don't happen again. A House Committee issued a scathing report. Wednesday. Criticizing Boeing and government regulators in the wake of two deadly Max jet crashes. World Kristen Flavin has more. Staff members from the Democrat controlled transportation committee blamed the crashes on what it called. Culmination of factors, it cited failed government oversight design flaws and a lack of action at Boeing despite knowing about the problems almost three hundred fifty people tied in crashes involving seven thirty, seven Max juts in twenty, eighteen and twenty nineteen the committee flagged problems with the Federal Aviation Administration approval process. For new. Jetliners and committee chairman Peter defazio said lawmakers should pass new legislation to fix it. He said the system is quote obviously inadequate and we will be adopting significant reforms. Boeing Max jets remain grounded as regulators continued testing revamped flight control software reporting for world. I'm Kristen Flavin. The. Big Ten will hit the Gridiron this year after all just a month after voting to. The fall season until the spring the Midwestern Athletic Conference has reversed course with Covid nineteen tests. Now, available to provide same day results. The big ten decided Wednesday on an eight week football schedule. It will start October twenty third with a championship game on December nineteenth, the NCAA must now decide how to rank big ten teams who will have a shorter season than the SEC ACC and big going into the College.
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"They're better angels the director of the National Institutes of Health Dr Francis Collins says and I'm quoting him now the unfortunate mix of science and politics is contributing to vaccine hazardously what are you doing to counteract those fears among your residents of Miami Beach and I'm sure many of them have those fears that a vaccine might not be safe and effective even if they hear it is, let's say from the president. I think they're going to listen. We have really and I think really because of this abdication, of leadership. We're in a pickle right now everywhere, people don't trust each other they don't trust science they don't trust obvious a healthcare direction. So in in that situation, we don't know what to tell anybody. I'm begging people to wear masks are police, officers, and code officers come up to people who are not wearing a mask, put themselves in peril to get them to wear masks we give masks away free and then. We see the president holding rallies where he doesn't seem to care becky's relishing it. People don't have faith in government right now in the and by the way that's that's all you really have when you don't have vaccine, you need people to have need people to listen and we need to be on the same page. You certainly do mayor, Dan, Gelber Miami, beach as usual. Thanks so much for joining us. It's. A quick note to our viewers. Be Sure to watch CNN tomorrow night for a live presidential town hall with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden he joins our own Anderson Cooper in Scranton Pennsylvania. Again, it's tomorrow eight PM Eastern only here on CNN and stay with us We have an updated forecast now on tropical storm Sally is heading plus an update on all the other storms out of the Atlantic and we're waiting for president trump to start taking reporters questions at a White House briefing much more of our coverage coming up. We're following the breaking news truly punishing rain epic flooding going on in Florida and Alabama. It's being unleashed by what's now tropical storm Sally. I want to get some more on all the breaking news. The Orange Beach Alabama Bayer Tony Kennon is joining us right now mayor. Thank you so much for joining us. How bad is the damage? How bad is the flooding from this storm where you are Saying. Thirty hours ago they should've been nothing more than a nuisance rainy that but sally took a hard right there at the last minute and jumped from category one to. Category Two at twenty inches of rain or more. It was devastating amount of flooding trees down we're our only Ivan. Meterologist devastating. Long straights you can't move around the island. We're GONNA have to do a lot of work just to get mobile. How about the people where you are you are in Orange Beach. What can you tell us had there been rescues? How are the folks doing? Yeah, we had a significant amount of spirits are razz level last night. So between about twelve in daylight, we ran one, hundred, twenty plus. Emergency a We have much sixty people in the saw in our REC center they were rescued in it. It was really Harry there for a while gotTA give. World police and fire who didn't hesitate got into Star and went after those folks that were need. And I understand what your entire island is without power right now, any idea when it might be restored. That is correct. We don't know a low county got hit hard throughout. So we think there's some transmission line issues. It slows the process now, but we still have so much water is just really hard to get around and assess but I think Tamar will lead to a we celebrate the process and hopefully give something owned by the weekend. Originally the storm looked like it would miss your area of Alabama at clearly didn't Miss Your area where people caught by surprise where they ready To some degree I mean you know within twenty four hours everything Jiang's from A nuisance event to serious. Storm. With a tremendous amount of rain and. Most. Do not take it that serious north. because. Satan storm that strongly to the right at the last minute and then accelerate from a eighty mile in our eighty amount were stolen two, hundred ten. This. Just that was. It was a freak but We. We're going to be fired. We've been through this before and we'll get to work tomorrow and bounce lack I'm sure you will the Orange Beach, Alabama, mayor, Tony Kennon to you all the folks over there. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having fish to check on. All right. Thank you and stay with us. We're waiting for president trump to start answering reporters questions at a White House briefing will go there stay with us. We'll be right back. facebook continues to take critical steps to better secure their platforms that includes more than tripling safety and security teams to thirty five thousand people and partnering with Security, researchers and law enforcement. They support updating Internet regulations to address today's challenges and hold companies including. There's accountable for combating foreign election interference, protecting people's privacy and enabling safe and easy data portability between platforms learn more at about dot F. B. Dot com slash. Regulation. Are the president's now taking questions from reporters at the White House public likely would not be available until probably next summer maybe even early fall are you comfortable with that time? Now I think he made a mistake when he said that it's just incorrect information. And I called him. And he didn't tell me that and I, think you got the message maybe confused maybe it was stated incorrectly now we're ready to go immediately as the vaccine is announced and it could be announced in October could be announced a little bit after October. About once we go, we're ready. As you know FIS as making this taking a tremendous financial risk and they're spending billions of dollars on actually making this vaccine during the stage where they're actually making it. Because, they feel very confident as to the results. He'll be announcing results fairly soon. And no he's that's incorrect information. We're away. Yeah. I think. So I don't think he means that I don't think he when he said it. I believe he was confused I I'm just telling you. We're ready to go for soon as the vaccine happens you want to see it available a time I would say that. We will start distributing immediately. General public very shortly. There I mean it really to the general public immediately when we go we go. We're not looking to say, Gee, six months we're start giving it to the general public. We Wanna go immediately. No, it was an incorrect statement. I saw the statement I called him I said, what did you mean by that? And I think he just made a mistake. He just made a mistake I. Think you misunderstood the question probably. Timeline on when every person in America will be able to get it back seen what would that I think would be very soon I think our distribution press is going to go very quickly I told you we've engaged the military we have a general who's in charge of all logistics who deliver soldiers he's Fantastic guy is supposed to be fantastic at what he does and we figured that's better than any company you're going to hire. You can't tire company like that and I we looked to Do, distribution immediately after we get the word that it's good and I think they're having tremendous success with vaccine itself I think the results will be early and strong. The safety has to be one hundred percent and we're going to insist on that and obviously.
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on WTOP
"Where your business means everything is better at Burke and Herbert Bank at your service since 18 52 rich 100 wghp traffic as we get over the midweek hump, Let's check your forecast with Matt Ritter. Still, some haze tonight. Otherwise increasing cloud cover increasing humidity, so not as cool as comfortable is the past several nights. Mostly in the upper fifties to mid sixties and mostly cloudy for tomorrow, mild and sticky with a few stray showers, especially south of D C. Hi. I will be in the mid upper seventies cloudy on Friday a few showers especially south of D, C. Hi. I will be in the low to mid seventies. And over the weekend Saturday mostly sunny and breezy. Unseasonably cool highs will only be in the mid Upper sixties and sunny on Sunday. Upper sixties low seventies I'm Store Team four. Meteorologist Ma'am Better 64 degrees outside the W T. O P studios. Brought to you by Mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee on Lee at Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com. 11 41. The first death has been reported from now. Tropical Storm Sally Mayor Tony Kennon of Orange Beach, Alabama, says that one person has died. Another person is missing as a result of the Category two Hurricane Florida's governor is warning that people in the states hard hit Panhandle should stay vigilant even though Sally has already started heading inland as a weakening tropical storm governor Rhonda Santa says Sally is dumping heavy rain says it tracks over the Southeast, He says the drenching rains Expected to cause massive flooding of several Florida Panhandle rivers in the coming days. Rivers are already rising in at least eight waterways in South Alabama and the Florida Panhandle are expected to hit major flood stage by tomorrow. Forecasters say some of the crests could break records. CBS News is Manuel Borquez is in mobile this storm. It's not just the wind. It is also the storm surge. That is a huge concern expected to be up to 7 FT in parts. Of coastal Alabama. The effects of the storm started last night in places like Orange Beach also engulf shores, where there are roads that are submerged and people reportedly flooded in areas around Pensacola, Florida got more than 2 Ft of rain and more flooding is expected in Georgia and the Carolinas late tonight and into tomorrow. 11 42 on the outside, it looked like a typical comfort inn. But on the inside, there was a massive drug and sex trafficking ring.
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Service of state media group. Breaking news this hour from town hall. But come on, keep Peter's Sally is now a tropical storm is she moves Northeast, but it's still bringing misery to people along the Gulf Coast. Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon says his Gulf front town on the Alabama Florida border is getting hit hard by wind and flooding a lot of trees down because of the water log salt. Ground because of the rain, and we're still flood. Just right now. The high tide we're almost there again, and there's nowhere for all that rain to go. So it's been a mess. Many of the streets along the Gulf Coast have become rivers. National Hurricane Center, says Sally What caused dangerous flooding from the Florida Panhandle, the Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead, more than 500,000 homes and businesses without power between Sally and Hurricane Laura's aftermath and Louisiana. And there are more hurricanes in line. Colorado State University atmospheric Research scientist fell clocks back says that hurricane teddy aim for Bermuda in the Eastern Seaboard is one of seven tropical storms churning in the Atlantic. Right now, I think the biggest threat for Teddy potentially could be Bermuda will just got hit by Hurricane Paula. Obviously, that would be several days out, so it's really way too early to know obviously commuted to smile and in a very large ocean, forecasters said it could reach category for strength. The Fed will keep its benchmark interest rate pig near zero, at least through 2020 as it strives to accelerate economic growth and drive down the unemployment rate and Fed chair Jerome Powell is offering a very optimistic forecast for the U. S unemployment rate for, UM see participants project the unemployment rate to continue to decline. The median projection is 7.6% at the end of this year. 5.5%.
"mayor tony kennon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot or GE. Right. Move again this afternoon. Some periods of heavy rain Look for temperatures around 74 degrees. Isolated thunderstorms of possibility. The rain's really kicking in tonight as well could see some flooding for areas south of I 20 alot Tonight of 66 more rain in the forecast tomorrow, finally tapering up later in the day on your side. CBRC First word Chief meteorologist J P. Dies on the radio 1055 w E. R C right now It's 70 degrees at Birmingham's news. Traffic and weather station. He was radio 1055 RC a nighttime curfew now set for mobile for the next 2 to 3 days. Mayor Sandy Stimpson says the dust to dawn curfew is necessary to allow cruise to clear all the down trees and to restore power. Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon says his city got inundated by 9 Ft of water early this morning and two more feet are expected lots of work to restore the beach ahead of him or know better, but wouldn't know we're going to have to have a big problem. Very soon because there's something some areas where there's basically no beats, and then there'll be some areas of the field back in. Okay, more than 120 calls came in for rescue Last night, the Oklahoma task Force one now headed to Pensacola. They'll be helping with swift water rescues there. They should be there this afternoon photos coming in from the National Weather Service in mobile, showing a massive parts of that brand new three mile bridge in Pensacola is missing. This is the bridge from Pensacola to Gulf breeze. Paglia. Brandon, You're next news at one and more rush in less than two minutes on NewsRadio, 1055 w. E. R C and I Heart radio station now is the time to enter the bull market for gold and silver Southern Corner Collecting maneuver has the largest selection of gold and silver bullion in the state, and many experts.