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Pets Missing After Transport Truck Crashes in North Carolina

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Pets Missing After Transport Truck Crashes in North Carolina

"A number of dogs and cats are missing after a wreck on I 40 in McDowell County Wednesday. Highway Patrol says an S P C. A truck hit a barrier wall on the interstate near old Fort. Hikers at Catawba Falls and consume a trail are being asked to be on the lookout for stray

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"America is listening to Fox needs This'll report is sponsored by Red Pilled America Staying Connected continues with 161 FM Talk North Carolina's attorney general is taking on the growing annoyance of robo calls. We all deal with them on what feels like a daily, sometimes hourly basis. We've been trying to reach you concerning York. Now. Attorney General Josh Stein wants to turn up the heat on those responsible. I don't know that we can put a complete stop to robo calls, but we can definitely do better, he told rallies. ABC 11 He's leading a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general to take on the industry. They're working with a new federal program to apply what they're calling a digital fingerprint of Phone calls. That means the scammers won't be able to spoof other numbers. Authorities in McDowell County have released the identities of those involved in a fatal deputy involved shooting Monday, which Evans reports 30 year old Carlton Adams of knee. Bo was the deceased victim, while a second suspect in the incident was 39 year old David Heilemann of marrying. He's been charged with accessory after the fact of attempted murder and has been jailed under a $200,000 bond. The McDowell County Sheriff's Office says the still unnamed Deputy was conducting a traffic stop when gunfire was exchanged between police and the vehicle's occupants. He was injured but later released from the hospital. I Mitch Evans, a new policy affecting unemployment payments could go into effect within a matter of weeks. The change would be a reinstatement of a policy requiring those receiving unemployment benefits. To show proof that they are actively seeking work. Assistant Secretary Prior Gibson told lawmakers that change is imminent. Charlotte is going to be a test market for a new chicken sandwich from Taco Bell, just two cities in the initial rollout. Nashville, Tennessee is the other Taco Bell's take on the popular menu item is a chicken sandwich, taco. You say it's served in flatbread with crispy tortilla chicken and chipotle sauce. It'll be available March 11th with continuing news updates son, Kyle Wilson. Well, some places to our East yesterday picked up almost an inch of rain. It looks like a very different weather picture coming out here for today. 63 this afternoon 36 tonight And how about 70 degrees tomorrow?.

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KOMO

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on KOMO

"Hoped. This week. ABC is Ginny Norman spoke with U. S Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams. About vaccine rollout concerns and some of what Americans can expect in 2021, the leaders of Operation Warp speed, have admitted the rollout of vaccines is not going as quickly as planned. You agree with the president's assessment? That fault lies with the local level? Not the federal? Well, Here's what the American people need to know. There's vaccines manufactured. There's vaccines allocated. There's vaccines delivered. And then there's vaccines put in arms. People forget that we've always underfunded public health going back several decades and so chronically, we need to continue to fund State and local public health better. I want people to know that as someone who used to run a health department I've been out on the ground with the with the Health Department since September, Dr. Burke has been out on the ground. We've been working with them to ramp up their ability to administer these vaccines. From a federal perspective. We are on track to have 20 million people. Able to be vaccinated doses on the ground by the end of next week. It's general Pern effect, so we're on track. From that perspective. We just got to help the state and local entities get those vaccines administered in in two bodies and armed federal government's been a lot of money on these vaccines. As you said public health agencies are often underfunded, Don't you think? The federal government Could be doing more or should be doing more. Here's what I want people to understand. I talked to Tony Fauci, doctor, Miss India, and we always knew that this was going to take awhile to ramp up. What people should be A most excited about is that the curve is rapidly increasing in terms of number of people being vaccinated. What we should do with make sure that curve continues to go up and continue to support our state and local public health departments, which is what we're doing. Another case of the UK variant has been confirmed here in the U. S. First in Colorado. Now in California, we're likely to see more variants. How worried should we be about this? You should take any worry that you have and understand that the vaccine still look like they're going to work. But I'm or contagious variant means that is more critical that we follow those basic public health measures. I know American people that you've sacrificed much this year. This has been a marathon, but we don't want to trip at the finish line. We need to be especially cautious just to get his many people as possible across the finish line. We want to have a normal new year next year. The way we do that is by pulling together and sacrificing one more time so that we can ramp up these vaccinations and put this virus away for good, and that's really good way to put it. This has been a marathon. We don't want to trip at the finish line, Dr Drum, Adams Thank you so much. President Trump is one of many Americans traveling this weekend. He and President elect Joe Biden,.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Street the Dow of seventy eight point Erica is listening this report is sponsored by press down any freeze with one oh six one FM talk long standing feud between co workers at a city building in Winston Salem was behind the shooting that killed two people and injured two others this morning a twelve year city employee Steven Duane Hazlett shot and killed forty eight year old Terry Lee Cobb junior who would work for the city for twenty years the pair had a physical altercation on Thursday police chief Katrina Thompson outline the findings based on what we know at this time it appears that Mister Cobb was the specific target of Mister Hazlett as such we are categorizing this event as a workplace violence incident life in prison is this sentence for McDowell county man convicted of child sex crimes news thirteen reports the Charles heron entered guilty pleas to nearly one hundred eighty combined counts of sexual exploitation statutory sex offense and statutory rape investigators say Herod allegedly had inappropriate contact with his female victim beginning when she was four years old a staunch religious media supporter of president trump has shifted its opinion of him Richard Stelling reports an evangelical magazine founded by late preacher and North Carolina native the Billy Graham is taking a stance to remove the president from office the editor in chief of Christianity Today released an editorial yesterday that claims Donald Trump alleged coercion of a foreign leader was profoundly immoral the article also criticized trump's Twitter feed of being a near perfect example of a human being who is morally lost Graham son Franklin is an outspoken supporter of trump and know which chambers remains in the hearts of students at Rockingham County middle school the eleven year old boy who died last month after being hit by a car has been honored by his classmates who have memorialized his locker by leaving messages memories and prayer requests hi Mitch Evans from the JT service now plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center we're looking at heavy delays I forty east.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nicole Davis and for Bradley J. back here with Brad Hines in each commerce entrepreneur from Massachusetts who took an incredible road trip traveling eight a traveling eight thousand one hundred and seventeen miles around our country actually dipping a bit New Mexico will get into that a bit in just a couple minutes seventy four degrees right now in Boston we have some thunderstorms popping up through metro west check the weather in just about fifteen minutes all right so we've kind of set the scene here you bought this three hundred dollar car off Craig's right you took off so let's go through your trip pretty quickly found yourself in Appalachian you know this is a part of the country that in many areas is really economically struggling it's beautiful but life has really been difficult for a lot of people there and you took some phenomenal photos over in McDowell county West Virginia tells about what he saw. you have so. first let me say I I had familiarized myself with this our county in West Virginia through a documentary that I'd caught on TV about rural poverty. instead it invokes this county McDowell county and I thought I want to go see that and understand what exactly what's going on there and it was pretty intense seeing it I'm sure yeah. it it was interesting that right here in my own country I was in a spot it didn't feel like anything else that I had ever been to I've been out west aid I have been to Chicago I've been the city's I've been to Hawaii and there were things that I saw there that were drastically different like. I haven't been to a lot of places where for example you would see people selling things from their front lawn and when I say selling things from the front lawn I mean not that they're doing a yard sale I'd rather that you can tell that they've got a make shift shop set up things like women that had closing draped over their chain link fence and they're selling garments and they're doing this right from their front yard bizarre is that we're going on on the side of the street where people were selling everything from household items and tools cat food just anything that the kind of things that you would get at Walmart and now they're in these little make shift stores going on on the side of the street so something like that I never seen that anywhere in the country and. you got the sense that that was people doing that to help make ends meet sure but from what you've told me you know the people are fantastic like really good genuine people as you would expect across the country but now especially in Appalachia for that the people are just very kind and warm and giving and Ann and open yeah I I found that a general in fusee osem amongst everybody I I just in general I like to joke to people that all the horn beeping that I experienced on my trip I happen in Massachusetts. and then I didn't hear any again for the rest of the trip but that that of course is an exaggeration but is it though we. or things like that come to mind that Sir driving is a less competitive endeavor in in that part of the and not part of the country nature is very beautiful and and yes people I found to be extremely friendly yeah. twelve twenty one on WBZ so Brad after you spend some time in West Virginia you took off to Nashville and okay so I've been to Memphis right and the food there is just absolutely incredible there's nothing like a southern barbecue and the photos you took of the barbecue in Tennessee have meat starved every time I look at them I mean just above it amazing amazing stuff yeah I Tennessee barbecue is fantastic before I had left. I thought should I make a list of what I want to see and do across the country and I'm I'm not really the kind of person that does that they're seriously in terms of any kind of a list there was really only one thing that I knew that I wanted to do and that was sample of the general foods okay so I had everything from. catfish in harsh poppies in Arkansas to Chicago style hot dogs in Chicago we're gonna talk about that I have been in barbecue I I actually Google search which states are known for barbecue because I a friend had explained to me that there is like almost like dialects and accents that shows. regional types of barbecue the Texas barbecues different in Kansas barbecue in Kansas yet again is different in Missouri and and Tennessee so and everyone of the states that I understood to have famous barbecue in was battling it out for we have the best in the country I made sure to go to a roadside stand and and get barbecue all right so you sampled a lot of barbecue I think you said you got this list of all the numbers from your trip I think you said you had barbecue five times or something like that wait at least at least I'm sure which barbecue really stood out to the most. well I I thought about that that I didn't want to be someone fair is just to try to rank one of the states is better than the other way was is very very unscientific where I'm not having multiple of the same states barbecue I just went state to state so little of it came down to what the restaurant was a rip whatever but. that said Texas stood out for me in terms of the experience really that it was the most exciting because I'm in the Permian basin in West Texas outside of Odessa in Midland which is where the the majority I believe the majority of the country's petroleum comes from. if you can picture it I'm in the heart of petroleum worker USA and I go into a place that is pit barbecue barbecue is everything is cooked and it's all sort of served out of the same that and then it sort of it it's slopped onto your tray it might not sound appetizing putting it that way but he come to Dallas you're not you're not ordering it so much as it's just here's what you can get and then you point to it and they put on your tray so if you can picture it I'm at this place and it's all petroleum workers the the parking lot is one hundred percent pickup trucks other than this Volvo with a Massachusetts license plate and a mattress in the back and a masters in the back and there's men inside with cowboy hats on and here I am this guy from Massachusetts that's. traditionally standing in line trying to figure out what the heck I want to get in a man behind me and a cowboy hat says well you get barbecue meaning hurry it along the side here just get in line at that so yeah mobile okay just said and find the friendly people he was just poking fun of the fact that I I didn't know what it all wise because it's well beyond rips its its brisket and it's burnt ends and pickled jalapenos and all these foods that are smoke for hours on end that I didn't even know people smoked in made barbecue out of but how does it taste abilities they tasted fantastic and trying them in the different states I picked up a little bit of the new wants I'm a I'm not any kind of an expert on this but I I know that I believe Texas is more into the dry rub barbecues and okay like North Carolina for example I think they're heavy on mustard flavors so I I don't really remember the matter how to explain the differences but the difference is in them but needless to say I loved almost all of them then I tried it is really hard I think not to love barbecue I mean granted if you're a vegetarian or vegan. stuff of your vehicle yeah. and some of these places I wanted to go back in and get more barbecue baked beans in more cornbread sure those two items can be fantastic so it doesn't necessarily have to be meet now barbecue is is other things it's an experience I guess you could say yes so you were in tornado alley in the summertime and of course this summer has been particularly storm written out there did you find any severe weather did you get.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"America is listening to fox news continues with one oh six one F. M. talk just one day after a stop the violence rally in downtown Durham police are now investigating a series of drive by shootings that left six people injured Monday there were four shootings within a seven hour span all victims are expected to survive McDowell county authorities are investigating a bus crash that injured more than a dozen people last night a bus carrying students and teachers from Rutherford counties Thomas Jefferson classical academy was headed home on the bus went over an embankment on highway two twenty six on Coxs creek mountain none of the injuries were considered life threatening all the one person was airlifted to Asheville the Orange County sheriff's office is looking for two people who brought guns to a Klan rally in Hillsboro this past weekend deputies took photos at Saturday's rally by Ku Klux Klan members and supporters outside the county courthouse investigators have been looking through those photos they've now identified at least two men carrying weapons both men though reportedly live outside the county one doesn't even live in the state no one is hurt after a tractor trailer full of empty soda cans caught fire the big rig was headed down Brian Boulevard in Greensboro yesterday when it ignited police say the truck driver was able to escape unharmed the cause of the fire is believed to have been a mechanical issue a former high school athletic trainer is facing child **** cyberstalking and other charges Frank Cromwell was an intern athletic trainer at what talk to high school in Boone he's accused of tricking boys into sending him sexually explicit pictures and videos ten victims have been identified so far police say Cromwell met some of them while he was training at the school Sunday we learned cam Newton's walking boot was off yesterday we learned he's returned to practice answers coach Ron Rivera says he's hopeful camel be back at full strength in time for the regular season with continuing news updates I'm Carl Wilson clouds around the Saturday might see some limited sunshine eighty two degrees tonight we break.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Here & Now

"Can still treat people of color differently and charge them higher rates. You spoke with an expert expert in this space who said this may not be a negative thing. Can you tell us a little bit more about that. Yes so the way people in the technology world world are viewing it is that eliminating bias in eliminating discrimination is nearly impossible to do and so- algorithms rhythms may not necessarily eliminate all types of discrimination eliminate all types of bias and so these proposed regulations that don't don't hold lenders accountable for algorithms that produce a bias at producing discriminatory effect take that into account this all feels feels confusing because hud secretary ben carson a just released a statement said that this is intended to increase legal clarity and promote the production and availability saleability of housing in all areas and they take instances of discrimination against people very seriously and yet it has has already been proven that algorithm bias is a real thing. Why do you think they're doing this. These changes that hud is proposing are very parallel in terms of what the trump administration has already done in terms of housing there are a lot of rollbacks in terms of what lenders need to report to the federal government government when it comes to lending cases or lending mortgage applications and we reported back in may how hud was thinking about changing the disparate sprit impact rule so this kind of furthers that narrative of how the trump administration is making it harder for people to access homeownership on an equal playing field lawyers in civil rights organizations probably will challenge this in a big way. I'm guessing none of the housing advocate set we have spoken to. None of them are gonna the sit by. They're gearing up for fight here because they feel that. Discrimination is going to get much easier in that. People won't have equal access to homeownership homeownership were housing right and this comes at a time when the gap between black and white homeownership is at its most whitest that it's ever been how will this impact potentially lawsuits that are already out there <hes> that are in the courts. There's one in connecticut for instance. A real estate firm is being sued for allegedly using abayas algorithm as part of tenant screening services to weed out criminal records. That's now going through the courts. This could potentially changed the course of of that outcome that lawsuit yeah exactly <hes> and that's an example of a case that may no longer be brought forward to courts <hes> i'm because of how that algorithm or the alleged way that algorithm makes its decision and one of the variables that it takes into account is criminal records and the people woo-hoo brought that case say that in connecticut and in the country in general is that people who have criminal records and if that's a variable that you're assessing will it's gonna disproportionately impact black and brown people. What's the next step. A hud says it's now public record in there waiting for over sixty days for folks to be able to weigh in and then what happens next yes so lenders any housing provider any housing advocate anyone one who works in fair lending cases can go to hud <hes> their website and make comments on these proposed regulations in terms of how they agree with these changes which is why they don't agree with these changes and then hud collects all those comments reads through them and then proposes their changes emanuel martinez is is a data reporter for reveal from the center for investigative reporting. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me after seventeen years. Residents of a small town in west virginia can finally drink their tap water again. The mcdowell county public service district has officially.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Here & Now

"Can still treat people of color differently and charge them higher rates. You spoke with an expert expert in this space who said this may not be a negative thing. Can you tell us a little bit more about that. Yes so the way people in the technology world world are viewing it is that eliminating bias in eliminating discrimination is nearly impossible to do and so- algorithms rhythms may not necessarily eliminate all types of discrimination eliminate all types of bias and so these proposed regulations that don't don't hold lenders accountable for algorithms that produce a bias at producing discriminatory effect take that into account this all feels feels confusing because hud secretary ben carson a just released a statement said that this is intended to increase legal clarity and promote the production and availability saleability of housing in all areas and they take instances of discrimination against people very seriously and yet it has has already been proven that algorithm bias is a real thing. Why do you think they're doing this. These changes that hud is proposing are very parallel in terms of what the trump administration has already done in terms of housing there are a lot of rollbacks in terms of what lenders need to report to the federal government government when it comes to lending cases or lending mortgage applications and we reported back in may how hud was thinking about changing the disparate sprit impact rule so this kind of furthers that narrative of how the trump administration is making it harder for people to access homeownership on an equal playing field lawyers in civil rights organizations probably will challenge this in a big way. I'm guessing none of the housing advocate set we have spoken to. None of them are gonna the sit by. They're gearing up for fight here because they feel that. Discrimination is going to get much easier in that. People won't have equal access to homeownership homeownership were housing right and this comes at a time when the gap between black and white homeownership is at its most whitest that it's ever been how will this impact potentially lawsuits that are already out there <hes> that are in the courts. There's one in connecticut for instance. A real estate firm is being sued for allegedly using abayas algorithm as part of tenant screening services to weed out criminal records. That's now going through the courts. This could potentially changed the course of of that outcome that lawsuit yeah exactly <hes> and that's an example of a case that may no longer be brought forward to courts <hes> i'm because of how that algorithm or the alleged way that algorithm makes its decision and one of the variables that it takes into account is criminal records and the people woo-hoo brought that case say that in connecticut and in the country in general is that people who have criminal records and if that's a variable that you're assessing will it's gonna disproportionately impact black and brown people. What's the next step. A hud says it's now public record in there waiting for over sixty days for folks to be able to weigh in and then what happens next yes so lenders any housing provider any housing advocate anyone one who works in fair lending cases can go to hud <hes> their website and make comments on these proposed regulations in terms of how they agree with these changes which is why they don't agree with these changes and then hud collects all those comments reads through them and then proposes their changes emanuel martinez is is a data reporter for reveal from the center for investigative reporting. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me after seventeen years. Residents of a small town in west virginia can finally drink their tap water again. The mcdowell county public service district has officially.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"On marketplace weekend, find at marketplace, dot org. Now a story about supply and demand, two of the most basic economic concepts. Also a story about dogs, and it starts with mine a Wigley seal colored mutt named Mara who originally came from by Delia Georgia. She was pulled from county shelter with mange a bloody face. Very little for local volunteers, worked with group where I live in Brooklyn New York to move her north, where I adopted her and Mara is not alone. An entire industry has sprung up moving a supply of adoptable dogs from the rural south two cities in the north, where there's a demand for them to figure out why my producer nice split up, and I went to rural Marion North Carolina. The supply. That's where I met joy. Harkleroad. She's got a shy smile and a blue minivan with a rescued who sticker on the back actually got a call while I was in church about what she's cradling in Rome wrapped in a towel little week. Oh puppy. That was thrown away in a trash bag. With her six siblings Harkleroad sits with their friends who's a minority in Menards kitchen while three dogs run around at our feet and the puppy whose eyes are still closed, suck on my thumb. She constantly gets calls from sheriff's deputies, the trash guy, an informal network of people who know she rescues dogs so much so that minorities is her. Somewhere overnight anywhere, many, many years ago. And the reason why is that so many dogs need homes. I asked her what she thinks that is because there's no spaded or LOL Noli shlo-. We, we tried for years to get one, but every time we. Try. We get stopped. She's Lee by the hunters, you know, and they stopped. They don't want any of these things instituted and you know the county commissioners are, you know they're not. They're not an agreement that we need to stay neuter law. So I went to see Ashley Wooten. He's the McDowell county manager. And he says, when the idea of spay neuter law comes up, yeah, hunters. Don't like it. And the North Carolina sporting dog association told us, they don't Bhuttan says, other people think it's government overreach, but also it's expensive. When you have the poverty level that we do in a working class community, like we do is harder for folks to say, okay, I'm gonna go out and spend three hundred dollars for this, whatever procedure that my dog needs or my cat or to spend a hundred and fifty dollars spay, neuter. Instead, they've focused on education, low-cost, vet services and bringing the euthanasia rate down. The county shelter that also means that in McDowell county and across North Carolina. There's an entire network of people like joy, Harkleroad, rusty's, legacy, volunteer rescue, not too far away are thirty two dogs in kennels. Some will live out their lives here like Marshall who was found hug tied in the woods, but I'm here to meet the dogs go north. I'm picking up animals that are going to Connecticut humane society, find their forever homes, Kelly Brown from yet another rescue group by the wolf lewd spore cream and White House and puppies plus one brindell into crates. While the Harper says goodbye. I've been follow Brown these little ones, all of whom have names that start with z to the brother wolf building in Asheville vet check and some shots. A little more dramatic than the girls. He's fine. Really brother. Wolf started transporting dogs north roughly a decade ago. This year, they've moved more than six hundred fifty dogs and it costs about two hundred dollars per dog just to get a medically ready, that's before their crates are even put in the van. You'll be all from here will drive an hour and a half to Taylorsville North Carolina to meet Kelly ivory. Yeah, there are a lot of Kelly's in this story I re has made a business out of transporting dogs. In Taylorsville. She collects the dogs from rescue groups all across the state and loads them into her van for thirteen hour trip to that new life in Connecticut. We're going to be driving in while once drive and the other one's going to be sleeping and there's any messes in the back. Whoever's not driving is cleaning it up as it happens. Kelly ivory. I run hell on wheels, transport. It is transport for rescue dogs. An average week for me be fifty two hundred miles on a road with a load full adults..

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Fast lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano closes highway

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Fast lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano closes highway

"Announce proposals today aimed at curbing future attacks lava from hawaii's kill away a volcano rolled across a highway last night cutting off small towns and causing a power outage to vacation land and caputo ho beach locks the lava destroyed more than four hundred electric poles in the area the power outage will last for an extended period of time famous spokesperson david mace updated the number of homes destroyed so far we official tally of seventy one homes destroyed we've moved away from counting structures and are now focused on home soil only hawaii place also arrested a couple from new york yesterday for violating park closure orders and getting too close to the active lava zone several thousand people are under a mandatory evacuation order in mcdowell county north carolina due to mudslides threaten the structural integrity of the lake to home a damn william keller is with emergency management he says so far no injuries have been reported miguel counting continues to experience a flash flood emergency there have been multiple swiftwater rescues that have occurred to the western and central part of mcdowell county several lanes of interstate forty have been closed because of a mudslide and they're not expected to reopen until friday at the earliest lot happens while you're asleep morning i'm josh miranda regarding begins around us over following news by the time you're getting prepared to bring you all the news to begin your day traffic and weather together heading into the city the four day accuweather forecast because we live here too dirty wbz news time seven twenty three traffic and weather together.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"A thing that happens but what really brings them back to apple axa over and over again in d to a lot of the same places in epilepsy mcdowell county which got you know half a dozen profiles in the new yorker vanity fair is this idea that the people who are most responsible for donald trump's popularity are the white working class report white people often complain it often conflicted groups that are pretty different from one another but it's been economic anxiety the narrative that poor people are just reacting very badly to their economic circumstances and this is the story that attach itself to appalachia is still continuing you know as last week as of yesterday in whenever you are confronted with this staff what is it in particular that makes you the most so i think so is a person who dies political organizing myself i really want people to understand the relationship between poverty in voting behavior because it's generally true that the closer you are poverty the less likely you are to vote whether that choice circumstance or design and so when you locate an enormous amount of political power among people that are experiencing extreme poverty those narratives just don't square right because people who are very poor just don't participate heavily in civic engagement as a political organizer i want i want to change that i certainly wish it were true that poor people had more on political power than they do in this moment in time but this is a deflection often gets made during election years to you know focus on a demographic it's easy to scapegoats in move kind of.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on 1A

"Thanks for talking to us thanks for having me what's a good place to dip your towing like if i had a vacation budget where would you recommend i start spending little money roxie let me start with you well i definitely suggest getting to mingle county in west virginia to visit the west virginia mind worse i think they did a great job depicting this part of american history that's largely misunderstood or not known um so i would go there there's also pockets along the eastern mountains in west virginia that are just spectacular and they haven't really been discovered as much as other national parks across the country countryside get to poker hanas county i'd get to thomas west virginia which has been discovered by folks in dc but there's these pockets of artist um there's so much i would definitely spent some time in southern west virginia though because there's a reality there that people will just talk to you and you can hear their stories from them yourself so spent some time in mcdowell county i'd really encourage people just to go and visit and see for yourself what it's like down there steve ullman what about you were would you have me spend much travel budget will you know i'm not going to do very good job as a tour guide i would you know asheville north carolina is the part of appalachia i know the best which is a beaten physically beautiful and culturally fascinating but i do want to suggest gesture with it you know it's okay to be bumbling through it's okay to not know what kind of the lay of the land that is in fact how you draw story's out of people and i think so a kind of common thread that's emerged in listening to everybody comment is you know people from within a region can tell when they're being pigeonholed and a you know roxie described that process of of they shut down when they know they're being ask questions with an agenda elizabeth so i would recommend a visit to my part of the world which is eastern esi and particularly the gallon berg smoky mountains area on because he doesn't love donny word right but also an adviser to places like this really helps you understand how identity is consumed um there's hillbilly golf hillbilly dinner theor.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Of those poor people from mcdowell county to move into their counting the median household did come in mcdowell county which is overwhelmingly white and voted overwhelmingly for donald trump is twenty four thousand nine hundred twenty one dollars that's it in a country with a median household income of fifty seven thousand six hundred seventeen dollars the richest state has a median household income of seventy eight thousand nine hundred forty five dollars so according to trump trump defenders people in maryland have every right to call west virginia a dump or worse but that's not the way decent people talk or think we all understand the different places have different economic advantages and disadvantages and the landlocked west virginia with no international port has never been able to provide a good living to every one in a state that is overly dependent on one industry coal mining and so the rich states said they're tax dollars to washington in washington redistributes their money to places like west virginia and alabama whose economies are incapable of adequately supporting the people who live there malawi is the west virginia of africa it is a landlocked country which produces a coffee crop in a tobacco crop that struggles in the world market against bigger countries that easily produce higher grade coffee and higher grade tobacco and so malawi struggles economically and the people of malawi bear that struggle with grace and nobility and they work harder than anyone you have ever seen working in the united states they walk miles barefoot in the rain to bring their goods to market they work much harder than we do for much less economic reward noone in the trump family has ever worked as hard as anyone.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Well i agree with that i saw tulsi gathered tweet even as it came out where she said this is just come across the emergency alert system now i we all assume that it was probably a false alarm but when you're sitting there and you see the state emergency action message system has come across and it's telling you that there has been a ballistic missile launch is inbound to hawaii if you don't know anything about how the system operates how the response system should would detect this you're just going to assume that it's true what happened here is that in the entire state and all its visitors were terror rise and most importantly there was no calming affect until it had already worked its way through the entire state system and finally the news media started reporting in dribs and drabs that there was no actual threat it should have come right from the white house that immediately the president or one of his senior national security advisors on the national command authority staff should have come out and said this is not true it's an error everybody calmed down on that difference between state and federal responsibility incoming missile attack federal responsibility melcan that's thank you very much for joining us and i really appreciate it up up next a last word about what president trump says about african countries time for tonight's last word which is sadly should hole that's what donald trump calls africa's fifty four countries most of which he's never heard of the president's defenders say that his insulting label for those countries is not based on the color of the skin of the people who live there but simply the economics of africa they want us to interpret donald trump's one word description of african countries just as economic shorthand and nothing else way of describing the economies of african countries compared to the economy of the united states if donald trump and trump defenders are okay with that why don't they use that same concept within the united states mississippi is the poorest state west virginia is the second poorest state mcdowell county in west virginia is the state's poorest county should the rest of west virginia looked down on mcdowell county a not want any.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Some of those lawsuits were thrown out others settled purdue had deep pockets and a team of bigname lawyers including rudy giuliani eric holder and mary jo white's but things caught up to purdue in two thousand seven when the company and three top executives pleaded guilty to criminal charges charges that they illegally miss branded oxycontin an effort to mislead into fraud doctors and patients purdue acknowledge that it falsely claimed oxycontin was less addictive less subject to abuse and diversion and less likely to cause withdrawal symptoms than other pain medications all in an effort to maximise its profits the company and top executives paid a total of about six hundred thirty million dollars in fines and other payments in all of these lawsuits the most revealing documents were sealed the public never got to see much of what the charges were based on but marketplace obtained documents that help explain what happened and how the fda let that sentence into the label that sentence again delayed absorption has provided by oxycontin tablets is believed to reduce the abuse liability of a drug i found most of these documents in the mcdowell county courthouse in the tiny town of welsh west virginia after two days in the archival remove the courthouse i am merged with some papercuts and a whole lot of paper documents that tell the story of how the sentence got into the fda approved label and how purdue used that sentenced to aggressively and misleadingly market oxycontin and help open the floodgates to the opioid epidemic.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Some of those lawsuits were thrown out others settled purdue had deep pockets and a team of bigname lawyers including rudy giuliani eric holder and mary jo white's but things caught up to purdue in two thousand seven when the company and three top executives pleaded guilty to criminal charges charges that they illegally miss branded oxycontin an effort to mislead into fraud doctors and patients purdue acknowledge that it falsely claimed oxycontin was less addictive less subject to abuse and diversion and less likely to cause withdrawal symptoms than other pain medications all in an effort to maximise its profits the company and top executives paid a total of about six hundred thirty million dollars in fines and other payments in all of these lawsuits the most revealing documents were sealed the public never got to see much of what the charges were based on but marketplace obtained documents that help explain what happened and how the fda let that sentence into the label that sentence again delayed absorption has provided by oxycontin tablets is believed to reduce the abuse liability of a drug i found most of these documents in the mcdowell county courthouse in the tiny town of welsh west virginia after two days in the archival remove the courthouse i am merged with some papercuts and a whole lot of paper documents that tell the story of how the sentence got into the fda approved label and how purdue used that sentenced to aggressively and misleadingly market oxycontin and help open the floodgates to the opioid epidemic.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"What's going into roadmap well what's going on the world the sort of mapping of the mind of of sort of trump's appeal right i mean this you know i mean my you know i've come to realize that like part of what made trump you know trump's entire world view is formed by being in new york in the '70s and '80s '90s and it's a world view of that combines two things one is like the experience of of social crisis unraveling material declined things are getting worse things are going to hell in a hand basket and that it's being done at the hand of some at the hands of some you know other rights is what warriors right it's it's warriors right humidity's warriors and he and that and he i think he's worldview which is which is very much like that's his world you could that that is like authentic like i don't think there's always this question of like how much is he demagogy and playing to his crowd and how much does he but that part of the the world you is authentic and it and even though i thought of that experience of new york during those years is the distinct it turns out that those elemental experiences declined plus blamed for said decline on some other is endlessly exportable to all sorts of corners of the country indeed hours you know from mahoning county to iran county into mcdowell county west virginia alike and nowhere is is more present to me than in the border rhetoric because the border is he's version of broken windows like the the the the the idea of broken windows of like this like neurotic sense at like there's disorder and on raveling needs to be like staunched right and when you think about the border it's like why does this why did the border wall have such outsized you know symbolic potency in the trump cannoned particularly when you think like why does anyone in west virginia care about the border ripe what like wh literally what what's it to you they're not they're not coming of what you know coming to you like and there and if they do like the you know the the people are gonna come maybe get a job somewhere but but the reason is uh because the border represents you know almost in like an overly literal.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Some of those lawsuits were thrown out others settled purdue had deep pockets and a team of bigname lawyers including rudy giuliani eric holder and mary jo white's but things caught up to purdue in two thousand seven when the company and three top executives pleaded guilty to criminal charges charges that they illegally miss branded oxycontin an effort to mislead into fraud doctors and patients purdue acknowledge that it falsely claimed oxycontin was less addictive less subject to abuse and diversion and less likely to cause withdrawal symptoms than other pain medications all in an effort to maximise its profits the company and top executives paid a total of about six hundred thirty million dollars in fines and other payments in all of these lawsuits the most revealing documents were sealed the public never got to see much of what the charges were based on but marketplace obtained documents that help explain what happened and how the fda let that sentence into the label that sentence again delayed absorption has provided by oxycontin tablets is believed to reduce the abuse liability of a drug i found most of these documents in the mcdowell county courthouse in the tiny town of welsh west virginia after two days in the archival remove the courthouse i am merged with some papercuts and a whole lot of paper documents that tell the story of how the sentence got into the fda approved label and how purdue used that sentenced to aggressively and misleadingly market oxycontin and help open the floodgates to the opioid epidemic.

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"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

The Uncertain Hour

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mcdowell county" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

"A let that sentence into the label that sentence again delayed absorption has provided by oxycontin tablets is believed to reduce the abuse liability of a drug i found most of these documents in the mcdowell county courthouse in the tiny town of welsh west virginia after two days in the archival remove the courthouse i am merged with some papercuts and a whole lot of paper documents that tell the story of how the sentence got into the fda approved label and how purdue used that sentenced to aggressively and misleadingly market oxycontin and help open the floodgates to the opioid epidemic after the break caitlyn shows us a cart full of documents that she found at the courthouse one of my favorite reporters sarah cliff has a new podcast out from fox it's called the impact and it's all about what happens to laws and policies out in the real world how the decisions made by people in power affect our lives the first season focuses on health care and the challenges so many of us face and the american healthcare system there's this great story about a six hundred twenty nine dollar charge for a single bandaid there's one about why in the world in 2017 the fax machine is still such a big part of american medicine and there are more serious stories mike one about deadly infections and the hospital policies that can actually prevent them this podcast will change the way you think about health care if you love the uncertain hour i know you'll love the impact listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast app and tell them we sent you.

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