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"meghan glenrothes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Millions of Americans are in the deep freeze latest coming up from CBS. Sports bulls lost to the nets won twenty two to one seventeen Maryland beat northwestern seventy to fifty two we have seven below now. CBS news at eleven. CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by progressive insurance. I'm that piper. Subzero temperatures already blanketing parts of Canada are now sweeping across the midwest and will next head towards the east coast right now in Chicago, it's minus five but feels like minus twenty eight WBZ MTV. Meteorologists Meghan Glenrothes says it's downright dangerous and will only get worse tomorrow. We are looking potentially for wind chills to drop as low as minus fifty to minus sixty tomorrow morning. In fact, one national weather service office, saying don't breathe too deeply don't talk. Too much. Could actually hurt your lungs KNX radios. Craig Fichtner spoke to people flying out of LA and into the cold live in southern California. Probably don't have the clothes for this. Incredible cold snap that is gripping the mid west. There are subzero temperatures move again tomorrow bring a forecast with wind chill to northern Illinois. A fifty five degrees below zero do not go outside when it's that. The way I was looking at pictures with people and their faces covered. And only there is I can't do it. I was talking to my sister. She gave me right here in coastal Californian is not going to do well with that cold blowing.
"meghan glenrothes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS hurricane Florence downgraded now to a category two storm, but still considered extremely dangerous and life threatening an update from CBS news straight ahead. And I'm Rebecca chorale local scientist is glad the FDA has finally colleague out e cigarette makers for appealing to underage users. Good evening, I'm Larry Sharoni. KCBS news time eight thirty one the latest from CBS news CBS news update. North Carolinians getting ready ahead of hurricane Florence which has just been downgraded to a category two storm, but it's still poses a threat, which is why Michael Barbas of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is leaving talking about a whole lot of rain and flooding, and it's gonna break all the windows, and it's going to be frightening. Florence is now located three hundred twenty five miles east southeast of Myrtle Beach, and now has maximum winds of one hundred ten miles per hour. Meteorologist Meghan Glenrothes in North Carolina. We're talking about the potential for thirteen to fifteen foot storm surge when that floods over this entire area. It won't look the same. Once it receives back into the ocean. So we're essentially looking at a major situation, but now for a longer distance for the coastline, the Hurricane Center says the center of Florence will approach the coasts of north and South Carolina tomorrow and then move near or over the coast of southern North Carolina and eastern South Carolina into Friday CBS news update. I'm that piper. Meanwhile, the Hawaiian islands being hit by tropical. Storm olivia. Forecasters say the storm could dump five to ten inches of rain with some places getting as much as fifteen inches Maui. Mayor Alan are all Kawhi is urging residents Serta store drinking water and warned that they should plan for power outages landslides, high surf fallen trees and flooded roads, the massive efforts of the health community parents teachers lawmakers and the kids themselves paid off reducing tobacco use among teens by half in the past decade. But KCBS is Rebecca corral tells us now a tiny high-tech tool threatens to destroy all of that. No, more clouds of stinky, smoke and stained fingertips, no choking, when you inhale and delightfully cute flavors like popcorn mango and cotton candy have made e cigarettes the darling of the teen set we worked so hard to get kids to find smoking unsexy. And now this new product comes along that's reintroducing nicotine into the lungs of teenagers. UCSF professor pediatrics doctor Mark Rubinstein says e cigarette. Are so appealing to young people even low risk kids. The ones who normally wouldn't consider substance abuse are flocking to devices like the jewel, high tech and sexy and has fruit flavors like mango. So he's relieved the FDA is finally calling out e cigarette makers threatening to pull them off the market if they don't reduce underage use of the devices within sixty days, Dr Ruben says he realizes the Joel could be useful for adults trying to kick the habit, but there's a lot we just do not know about these products. We do know that he cigarettes in vaping are now more popular than smoking traditional cigarettes among teens, Rebecca chorale KCBS the much debated debate between California's gubernatorial candidates, John Cox and Gavin Newsom is finally happening Republican challenger and the democratic Lieutenant governor will face off on the morning of October eighth in the bay area, Mike Madrid and Republican strategist at the firm, grassroots lab tells Kennex are all news sister station. That Cox is probably fortunate. It to get Newsom to agree to even one debate. Yet. The reason why Gavin Newsom didn't wants to debate right? Somebody who's so far out front with so many institutional systemic advantages really can't be helped by debate. Like this John Cox courses asking for five for fifty debate. He's got to get in there. He's got an either way. So knockout punch, but he has to have the front loader. Stumble. Stumble pretty badly. The odds of that. Of course, are not very good Madrid expense Newsom to hang Donald Trump on John Cox early and often during the debate like many middle income workers. Teachers are finding it increasingly difficult if not impossible to afford to buy a home here in the bay area. KCBS has been reports. Some help is not coming from the bay area host committee for next year's college football playoffs at Levi stadium. Students and teachers had reason to cheer at oak grove high school where the forty Niners and the host committee for.
"meghan glenrothes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Our top story as hurricane Florence bears down in the Carolinas as a powerful category. Three storm w MTV meteorologist, Mary a Meghan Glenrothes, telling us, the storms of facts could remake the coastline they're talking about the potential for thirteen to fifteen foot storm surge when that floods over this entire area a won't look the same once it receives back into the ocean. So we're essentially looking at a major situation, but now for a longer distance at the coastline rights, Ville beach, North Carolina Edward Houston, says among the hundreds of thousands of people evacuating that area he's taking along if you prize. Possessions. What's coming with us, mostly as a family pictures, all the art on the walls concert tickets book, no way, I'm losing that also college students in many southern schools are heading north to escape the storm. WBZ TV's, Beth Germano. Telling us about two local students soup came back here. It's been a long sixteen hours for Patrick Dunphy and Connors Ahah driving straight through to Wilmington from there, South Carolina campus than we woke up Monday morning. And it was just read rate where we were we knew we had to get out of their catastrophic damage to life and property and that was enough for the juniors attending coastal Carolina university living in a one floor off campus home, I saw a graphic picture of a house. That's ironically looked exactly like ours. And it was like where the water level could be they join the throngs trying to fill their tank at depleted gas station foster. Mayor Marty Walsh says there's plenty of blame to go around regarding problems with school buses during. The first several days of classes this month walls, telling WBZ's Dan Rae on nightside tonight. They are working to resolve the issues. I've had a lot of conversations in the last ten days with with the leadership of the union with the company with everybody. Our school department has taken a lot of phone calls from parents and frustrate frustrated parents angry parents rightfully so in our goal is just to get get these things moving now. So we don't have these situations. The rest of the school year Suffolk DA, Dan. Conley who did not run for reelection is leaving the office early in two weeks. You'll join a Boston law firm comic saying today more resources needs to be given to assistant Dios even with improvement to their salaries in recent years state. Prosecutors remain overworked and badly underpaid. And I thank the legislature for recent steps to rectify this. And will once again respect respectfully, urged them to keep going. Governor Baker will appoint someone to fill the position until a new DA takes office following the November election. WBZ news time nine oh three. It's traffic.