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"Temperature at four zero one fifty degrees channel two action. News meteorologist Brad Nitz calls for clear skies through the remainder of the overnight hours. Lows before sunrise in the mid forties. Sunshine later today with highs around seventy Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast. Coming up WSB covers George. Race for governor. During a debate hosted by the Atlanta Press Club and Georgia public broadcasting Republican Brian Kemp question Democrats, Stacey Abrams about a video she appeared in it clearly shows that you are asking for undocumented and documented folks to be part of your winning strategy. So my question is why are you encouraging people to break the law for you in this election. Mr. camp, you are very aware that I know the laws of Georgia when it comes to voting. In fact, I am one of the foremost experts in the state on expansion of voting rights, and I have never in my life asked for anyone who is not legally eligible to vote to be able to cast a ballot other topics of contention between the two candidates include voter suppression state spending and health care campaign Abrahams are in a statistical dead heat with less than two weeks until election day. The governor calls for a special session next month to deal with the losses associated with hurricane. Michael. Governor Nathan deal says the legislature can't wait until the regular session in January to deal with the losses of hurricane Michael in southwest, Georgia. We're still in the process of Sesing what the total call star. I've been told for example in the timber industry. There's been a loss of about two hundred and seventy four million dollars session separate November thirteenth will allow lawmakers to amend this year's budget to cover cleanup costs in other assistant, these areas of our state, and these people of our state are deserving of this kind of extra hill parish WSB. Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour. Continuing news a maryetta man.
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"WSB covers Georgia's race for governor. During a debate hosted by the Atlanta Press Club and Georgia public broadcasting Republican Brian camp question Democrats, Stacey aprons about a video she appeared. And it clearly shows that you are asking for undocumented and documented folks to be part of your winning strategy. So my question is why are you encouraging people to break the law for you in this election. Mr. camp, you are very aware that I know the laws of Georgia when it comes to voting. In fact, I am one of the foremost experts in the state on expansion of voting rights, and I have never in my life asked for anyone who is not legally eligible to vote to be able to cast a ballot other topics of contention between the two candidates include voter, suppression state spending and healthcare campaign Abrahams are in a statistical dead heat with less than two weeks until election. Day. The governor calls for a special session next month to deal with the losses associated with hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal says the legislature can't wait until the regular session in January to deal with the losses of hurricane Michael in southwest, Georgia. We're still in the process of setting total call star I've been told for example in the timber industry. There's been a loss of about two hundred and seventy four million dollars special session, separately number thirteenth will allow lawmakers to amend this year's budget to cover cleanup cost and other assistant us areas of our state, and these people of our state are deserving of this kind of extra parish WSB breaking.
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"Will convene for a special session next month to deal with losses from hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal says the loss to Georgia's timber industry is more than two hundred seventy million dollars alone at doesn't include other agricultural crops pecans, which he says was devastated by the hurricane. The special session will allow state lawmakers to. Amend this year's budget to cover cleanup, and other assistance. This needs to call calm quickly and special session is the most efficient and the most timely way to deal with this issue. Special session will begin number thirteenth and deal. Does not think it will last more than a few days senior parish WSB sexual battery charges have been filed against the twenty one year old man who broke into his neighbor's house and fondled her in the middle of the night victim says William churn used a ladder to get to her second story bedroom of her Marietta home, she talked about the sexual assault on her Facebook page had never mind highlights. More violated in comfortable than I do. Now turnovers is being held on twenty five thousand dollars bond in the Cobb County jail. Mayor key chalance bottoms gives the Atlanta city council a revamp proposal for the five billion dollar Gulch development. Atlanta city council president Felicia Moore who because of one councilmens illness may have to vote on the deal tells me she's eager to pour over the newest gold's proposal. Because the devil is in the details. It is a project in terms of anytime, you add economic development and people in the city that can't be really a bad thing. Just making sure that we manage it that it is in the benefit of the city doesn't take away this plan hugely slashes its focus on bond financing while keeping one hundred fifty million dollars in public benefits like workforce training, a new fire station and affordable housing waters. WSB Red Sox beat the dodgers eight to four to take game one of the world's series game. Two is Wednesday night Fenway park in Boston Troy.
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"Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing news that governor calls for a special legislative session next month to deal with the losses associated with hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal says the legislature can't wait until the regular session in January to deal with the losses of hurricane Michael. And south west. Georgia. We're still in the process of assessing what the total call star. I've been told for example in the timber industry. There's been a loss of about two hundred and seventy four million dollars special session set for November thirteenth will allow lawmakers to amend this year's budget to cover cleanup costs and other assistant these areas of our state, and these people of our state are deserving of this kind of extra hill as WSB Marietta man goes to jail accused of breaking into his neighbor's home and fondling her in the middle of the night. Twenty one year old William chur. No selectively used a ladder to make his way to the victim. Second story bedroom window she posted a video about the encounter on her Facebook page, she can happen to me. It can happen to anybody. People. Keep yourself safe held in the Cobb County jail on twenty five thousand dollars bond is charged with sexual battery. The Atlanta city council now has a revamp proposal for the five billion dollar Gulch development for mayor. Keisha challange bottoms city council, president Felicia Moore, who because of one councilmens illness may have to vote on the deal tells me she's eager to pour over the newest gold's proposal because the devil is in the details. It is a good project in terms of anytime, you add economic development and people in the city that can't be really a bad thing. Just making sure that we manage it that it is in the benefit of the city doesn't take away this plan hugely slashes its focus on bond financing while keeping one hundred fifty million dollars in public benefits like workforce training, a new fire station and affordable housing WSB Dame. Wada the World Series in the books in Boston Red Sox beat the dodgers. Eight to four college football Choi down south Alabama, thirty eight seventeen big southeastern conference showdown Saturday in Jacksonville. Number seven Georgia faces number nine Florida live on WSB radio. Our coverage begins with a tailgate show at eleven thirty kickoff. Three thirty on the home of the dogs. WSB news time is twelve. Oh four..
"michael governor nathan deal" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I'm Sabrina cubit live at the WSB twenty four hour news desk. Just our just after the opening bell this morning. The Dow plunged more than four hundred points, this is because of global market turmoil. After major declines in Europe and Asia right now, the WSB market watch shows the Dow down nearly five hundred points at four hundred sixty seven that's down about one and a half percent more than one and a half percent at twenty four thousand eight hundred forty nine NASDAQ also down one hundred seventy nine the P is off fifty six we'll continue to watch the markets throughout the day and bring you the WSB market update. We have fifty five degrees on Peachtree street. A mix of clouds and sun today afternoon. Highs around seventy channel two meteorite latest Brad Nitz will have Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up Georgia lawmakers will return to Atlanta for a rare special session due to the devastation from hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal is making the call because of the severe financial impact of the monster storm. He says the budget will need to be amended to cover the cleanup costs which could reach. Each one hundred million dollars. It includes debris removal and overtime. Local government workers who put in long hours after the storm NWS's Bill Caiaccio reports. A special session begins November thirteenth and could go five days. Governor Nathan deal ordering flags at half staff to honor Gwinnett officer Antoin Tony killed in the line of duty. His funeral is tomorrow at twelve stone church and Lawrenceville after visitation today at cruel brother's funeral home in Peachtree corners. And as we reported earlier police fatally shot his accused killer, Monday and a confrontation of Hewitt road. And this just in its new at ten thirty Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the supreme court says that she has the beginning stages of dementia and probably Alzheimer's disease. She made the announcement in a letter today, she said that her diagnosis was made some time ago, and that her condition has progressed. She is no longer able to participate in public life. O'connor who is eighty eight years old was nominated by president Ronald Reagan and took her seat on the court in nine hundred eighty one she announced her retirement back in two thousand five this is also new at ten thirty a former Woodstock high school chorus teacher. Facing sex charges. Ryan mckendrick was arrested over the weekend on charges of sexual battery against a child under the age of sixteen sexual assault by teacher also tampering with evidence as well as four counts related to distributing or promoting obscene materials of minors. He is the third metro Atlanta teacher to be accused of sexual misconduct involving a child in the last month. The Vatican is laying the groundwork to open formal debate on an issue that has long been taboo, opening up the priesthood to married men in parts of the world where clergy are scarce. Pope Francis has convened a meeting of South American bishops for next year and in WSB sports, Atlanta United announcing manager Tom Martino will resign at the end of the season. He's reportedly headed to coach the Mexican national team the five stripes are on the verge of winning the supporters shield at earning the top seed in the MLS playoffs which start next week. WBZ news time ten thirty three tomorrow.
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"Business leaders are suspending ties with Saudi Arabia this after this after Turkey says it has audio and video evidence that Jamal Khashoggi was indeed killed inside that consulate that Saudi Arabia consulate inside of Turkey. Global business leaders reassessing their ties with Saudi Arabia. British billionaire Richard Branson today suspended business links with Saudi Arabia? Uber CEO DARA. He said he might not attend a major investment conference in the country. This month amid reports that Khashoggi may have been killed in the Saudi consulate Saudi Arabia denying the allegations. Georgia's department of agriculture is coordinating efforts to assist recovery, south west and central Georgia areas. Most affected by hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal and agricultural Commissioner. Gary black said, the immediate focus is on cleanup and repair right now, the main focus is going to be on debris removal, so that power line trucks and repair crews in access the areas that are without power in that regard. We're told her about four hundred and fifty thousand power outages that had been reported statewide and the primary focus at this point is on damage assessment and getting crews to restore that power as quickly as possible. There are more than fifty three poultry houses that were completely destroyed.
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"Fifty five mile an hour sustained winds just two short of a category. Five storm. We'll have a live report coming up in just a moment. There's also a big selloff on Wall Street with the Dow down more than three hundred point sits down three hundred sixty six points at the moment, and the NASDAQ is down one hundred and forty two points and the s&p five hundred is down forty points. We'll have more on that coming up in Bloomberg business. WBZ news time as I said is one forty nine. The hurricane has made landfall. The governor Rick Scott has said this is the most severe storm to hit the Florida panhandle in one hundred years. We now get the very latest on the storm from CBS news. News CBS news special report hurricane Michael has made landfall as a category. Four storm near Mexico beach. Florida CBS news, weather producer, David Parkinson's is a catastrophic hurricane there's nothing potential about. This storm is going to cause a loss of property is going to cause a loss of life wins have reached one hundred fifty five miles per hour. With a storm surge up to fourteen feet a warning from FEMA administrator rock long those who stick around to experience storm surge don't typically live to tell about it. Unfortunately, and correspondent Manuel Bojorquez we're already getting reports of power outages in the Tallahassee area. We spoke with the municipal power company earlier today, they told us usually they have about one hundred twenty people working today. They have six hundred people standing by Georgia also bracing for a category. One hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal is not going to be a simple walk away from it with no damage is going to be a serious damage. CBS news special report, I'm Steve. Dorsey and WBZ news time is one fifty one. Stay tuned to WBZ as we continue to follow the situation in Florida Republican governor Charlie Baker in underdog democratic challenger j Gonzalez squared off in the first of three scheduled televised debates last night at the WBZ studios. The WBZ TV studios that is the debate was heard here on WBZ NewsRadio. And also televised on my TV thirty eight WSB K one topic a Gonzales proposal to raise revenue from the state as we hear from WBZ's. Ben Parker Zala says he's honest about asking the wealthy to pay more in taxes, and that is revenue proposals been met with enthusiasm of the campaign trail one of those taxes would be on endowments at the state's wealthiest colleges. Something that governor criticized why we would take five hundred sixty five million dollars away from Harvard. Two hundred million dollars away from MIT and very significant numbers away from other colleges and universities here in Massachusetts that use that money. To fund the very kids. We're supposed to be interested in seeing get an education. Just doesn't make any sense to me Gonzales, though, says his proposal is fair and would raise a billion dollars to get started on a gender items and the schools could handle it based on the average rate annual rate of growth of these endowments over the last fifteen years they can afford this tax do everything they do today and their dominance will still grow. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. The next debate scheduled for a job or seventeen WBZ news time one fifty two WBZ.
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"Not take chances. The storm is expected to crash into Florida in a few hours, then rocket nor through Georgia and the Carolinas before exiting into the Atlantic Ocean. Meanwhile, Georgia's governor has issued at emergency declaration for hurricane Michael from member station W AB in Atlanta, Tasneem Shamma reports the state is bracing for the store this week. A state of emergency is now in effect for ninety two counties in Georgia ahead of hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal says the state's watching the path of the storm closely, it appears that those southern counties all the ones going to be most likely impacted and we will put in place all of the provisions related to an emergency declaration. We just hope that it is not too severe. And that it does not last too terribly long. The emergency declaration is in effect for seven days already Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson international airport has. Cancelled forty five flights today for NPR news. I'm this name Shama in Atlanta, the Russian foreign ministry says five party talks involving the United States North and South Korea, China and Russia are needed to ease tension on the Korean peninsula. Matthew Bodmer reports from Moscow the state Cummins rather statement comes after Chinese and North Korean deputy foreign ministers met their Russian counterparts today in Moscow in a statement released following the conclusion of meetings with Chinese and North Korean diplomats. Russia's foreign ministry now says that multilateral talks are the way forward the three parties also said in a joint statement that the United Nations should begin looking at using sanctions on Pyongyang as part of a coordinated process toward denuclearization under President Trump. The US has been actively engaging North Korea to end the nuclear stalemate following secretary of state might Pompey's recent visit to Pyongyang South Korea said that North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN was planning an imminent trip to Russia for NPR news. This is Matthew partner Moscow. On Wall Street. Stocks are sharply lower. The Dow was down two hundred sixty two points or one percent. The NASDAQ is down nearly two percent. This is NPR from ABC news. I'm Ted Goldberg. California's secretary of state says his office is working with federal ficials to keep voting system safe for next month's election. Kennedy is Raquel Maria. Dylan reports the secretary of state's office says California's voting systems weren't hacked or breached in two thousand sixteen but election officials observed outside actors probing the state's network and a massive disinformation campaign to manipulate public opinion and sew discord department of homeland security cybersecurity advisor Matt Masterson says they're expecting more of that heading into two thousand eighteen election systems remain a target for cyber actors secretary of state, Alex Padilla says California voters should feel confident that their votes will be counted. Because state law requires voting machines to create a paper trail and be. Regularly tested and audited. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan kick, ubt news, a San Francisco. Juries nearly three hundred million dollar verdict in favor of a school groundskeeper who says the weed killer roundup caused his cancer is facing its first court test today agribusiness giant Monsanto plans to argue at a hearing that the verdict in favor of Dwayne Johnson. Should be thrown out attorneys for the company say Johnson failed to prove that roundup caused his lymphoma and presented no evidence that Monsanto executives were militias in marketing the chemical in August. A jury awarded Johnson two hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages and in sports, the San Jose Sharks beat the Philadelphia Flyers to two in preseason basketball..