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"midland county" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The town hall dot com newsroom one hundred twenty nine new cases of cold mid nineteen were reported in Michigan yesterday with seventeen fatalities the total number of corona virus related deaths in the state now stands at five thousand six hundred seventy three one of two recall petitions against governor Gretchen Whitmer has been approved yesterday the board of state canvassers unanimously approved the petition which is in response to the governor's extension of executive orders intended to slow the spread of the virus the governor has asked the federal government for funds to help with flood recovery in Midland county or heavy rains caused to damage to fail last month a federal emergency has been declared authorizing FEMA to coordinate recovery efforts Detroit city council is expected to vote today on a plan to direct millions in pandemic relief funding toward covering background staving off evictions and housing Detroit's homeless mayor Mike Duggan has laid out a thirty one million dollar spending plan to pay back rent for those whose jobs are impacted by the health crisis we have the traffic and weather four times an hour I'm John Bailey of the patriot about one oh one point five at eight AM for cruise hearing aid services open with reduced hours of operation with their well known excellent service during the corona crisis a simple way to look at it is this and cruise hearing if you're okay we're okay in other words call first and you'll get curbside service at cruise we've also got plenty of batteries what you're hearing aid sanitized give us a call at any of our three locations Cruz hearing also has alcohol and non alcohol.
"midland county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"From taxpayers W. W. J. news time seven thirty seven a Michigan rocker is asking fans to lend a hand to those in need due to the flood W. W. J. N. middle of Midland Midland flood W. WJR say merry reports that would be grand funk railroad co founder mark Farner he's adding his voice and a little money to help flood victims in Midland county the flint native started the campaign on the go fund me crowdfunding site to raise twenty five thousand dollars and you can join us by donating if you can give a little if we are giving them they will help a lot Turner says he and his wife have donated two thousand dollars towards the goal to help flood victims back on their feet rob St Mary WWJ newsradio nine fifty unusual announcement for the lead singer of the Christian rock band hawk Nelson John Stein guard announcing he no longer believes in god so what is the rest of the band saying they're saying well god still believes in John Stein guard they also say truth does not change just because someone questions at W. W. news time is now seven thirty a look at those Dow futures this morning are up to three hundred fifty six points will get another check that business and look at your money coming up with that Korea to Bloomberg business desk at seven fifty five WWJ news time seven thirty eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids starting a cloud up a little bit out there let's go to the roads so here's Dennis that's still good looking drive though nobody driving by a problem.
Residents, businesses sue Michigan dam operator over flooding
"One I won't be much of a holiday weekend for residents of flood stricken mid Michigan still out of their homes WNEM TV reporter Jamie sure route has the story of a family in the town of shields coping with devastating flooding well Judy Schram and her family once called home for more than fifty years in shield I like everything in the cloud parishads is now unrecognizable the historic flood that swept through Midland county hitting parts of Saginaw county washing away their sanctuary during the pandemic and many precious memories stay stay yours I don't I don't think we can look back and there was also a house where they raise their kids and welcome their grandkids now they're forced to say goodbye this would not have happened residents and businesses in Midland county that were submerged when the two dams failed are suing the dam operator in the state boys Haider was one twenty years ago that the even build and could not withstand heavy rains its license was revoked in twenty eighteen when the company failed
Trump says Army Corps of Engineers galvanized to help with Michigan flooding
"President trump visiting a Ford plant in Michigan that's been making ventilators during the pandemic he tells reporters he spoke to the democratic governor yesterday about this week's catastrophic flooding after two dams failed we've moved our best people into Michigan add to our most talented engineers designers the people from the army corps of engineers and they do these things better than probably anyone anyone in the world Midland county still assessing widespread damage federal regulators had revoked the license of one dams private operator in twenty
Michigan dam had record of safety violations before failure
"Now an update from Central Michigan where more than ten thousand people were forced to evacuate as five hundred year flooding swam the area that water powerful enough to rip homes from foundations a home floating downstream ripped from its foundation by raging floodwaters one example of the devastation in central Michigan this morning there's concern floodwaters may be mixing with toxins in containment ponds from a nearby Dow chemical plant which shut down its operations the company says there's no risk to people or the environment due to the amount of water across the county it will take multiple days to recede close to ten thousand evacuated Midland county as the floodwaters came gushing in power is out in many areas and it's still too early for some to go home I don't know what's going to happen our town is current Courtney Casper hope she'll be able to get back into her house today a neighbor center these photos of water swamping her home the basement with water to the ceiling she's not the only one members of the family are in our basement and they're floating they're ruined Jerry Allen told us the flooding will cost her family tens of thousands of dollars and she's frustrated the breached Eatonville in Sanford dams worked in better condition both are owned by boys hydro which had its licence of the nearly century old Eatonville facility revoked by federal authorities in twenty eighteen after more than a decade of safety violations raised questions about its ability to withstand a major flood like this one yet when the dam came under state supervision it was deemed to be in fair condition this could have been prevented and it wasn't it's all happening during
"midland county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"It could be several days before thousands of residents in Midland county can return home people are wondering what they'll find when they return home after the flooding and then they've got to figure out what to do next and how to pay for it let's go live to W. WJW a very latest rob now Roberta it's being called a five hundred year event the biggest flint Michigan history about ten thousand people out of their homes due to the high water table wasi river cresting at thirty five feet yesterday just about three feet under what was forecasted this after the Sanford Eatonville dams failed those vans those dams excuse me were the target of lengthy investigations by federal regulators a private owner hydroelectric company apparently had violations over the fourteen years that it's run the century old dams a state investigation another one is expected to come up as we go further out of this flooding the Michigan department transportation says more than twenty state roads and local bridges will require inspections and several were heavily damaged and need to be repaired before they can be open to traffic Midland city manager Brad Kaye says roads won't open until they at least hit twenty four feet on the floodwaters we've got about Salam feet that we need to drop before that even happens and our projections based on the forecast is that's not until at least Saturday night then that'll be at least Saturday before people can get home Midlands major business Dow chemical had some floodwater mixed with some onsite containment ponds the Coast Guard activating emergency plans the company says it's secured other aspects of the facility even notice charges at this point luckily no one has been hurt or killed in flooding reporting live in local rob St Mary W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty L. southeast Michigan continues to deal with high water this week a lakeshore flood warning is in effect until four this afternoon for Wayne and Macomb counties meantime a flood warning is in effect until further notice.
"midland county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"You can go to their Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Midland county emergency management to get the most up to date information where you can get help and what the latest developments are we are anticipating the height between around eight o'clock tonight and so we do know that the waters continuing to rise albeit at a slower pace but that's why we've got to continue to take this seriously if you are in an impacted area and have not done so yet please get somewhere safe follow the direction of our public health officials on the ground I'm going to continue working with the general Paul Rogers of the National Guard colonel Joe Gasper with the Michigan state police the DNR and the department of energy Great Lakes and the environment to ensure that we can keep Midland county family safe thank Jen Boyer who is overseeing the local emergency operations center they've got an incredible operation that has come together so I've been in touch with local leaders in Midland and will stay in close contact with them as the situation develops I want to continue to remind people here in an impacted area please evacuate this is going to be hard but we are anticipating several feet of water across this area it was your first reaction found out that this is happening as well as go over there to do that was a cool job first I think like everyone right it was hard to believe that we're in the midst of a hundred year crisis a global pandemic and that word also dealing with a flooding event that looks to be the worst in five hundred years that's governor Webber on the flooding event this week in Midland county again the tenable wasi river crested earlier than expected and a couple of feet lower than expected to hear the news radio nine fifty for the very latest WWE news time now for fourteen will update sports man sixty this is your personal information.
"midland county" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Trip to visit Midland county Michigan parts of which flooded in the last day and a half when two dams on the terrible loss the river were breached after heavy rains the U. S. EPA now waiting to inspect the Dow chemical company plant in Midland to learn if flooding has washed sediment downstream from a settling basin that was contaminated during the last century with toxic dioxins as if there weren't enough to worry about lately hurricane season is just days away no a or the national oceanic and atmospheric administration will unveil its twenty twenty Atlantic hurricane seasonal outlook today this is where the forecasters at the weather prediction outfit reveal what type of season it will be how many tropical storms hurricanes and major hurricanes to expect other private or academic institutions are already predicting a high storm activity summer hurricane season in the Atlantic begins June first in Broward county Florida Evan brown fox news powerful cyclone is ripped through densely populated coastal regions of India and Bangladesh blowing off roofs and swapping bridges still assessing the damage but at least twenty four people are reported killed by that storm I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news Jay Farner here CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important when you turned a rocket mortgage we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so now is a great time to call eight three three eight rocket and if you need some extra money a cash out refinance could give you that financial boost you're looking for call today at eight three three eight rocket or rocket mortgage dot com to learn more call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty are you thinking about selling your investments and getting out of the market right now hi I'm Rick Adelman with four quick questions before you do do you have a diversified portfolio is your personal situation and or your long term financial goals unchanged are you rebalancing your portfolio like you should and do you have sufficient cash reserves if you answered yes to all four questions you don't need to change your investments but if you didn't answer yes to all four then call us right here at element financial engines right now if you're not properly positioned to weather the storm you could be at risk we've helped thousands of people just like you get through wild markets just like this one over the past three decades and we can help you get through this crisis too if you're at all uncertain call us at triple eight plane wreck extrapolate plane wreck or visit us at Rick Adelman dot com that's rice Gelman dot com call us and call us right now business is here for you right now get two hundred megabit internet one voice mobility one for ninety nine ninety nine per month for two years the three year agreement when you sign up for paperless billing automatic payments plus ask about other offers to get a prepaid card with a five hundred dollars when every connection counts you can count on us call one eight hundred five oh one six thousand today the question I was going on Mr this is my account service office five thirty one twenty six is one available only responded to Comcast because in a tournament with her second one was building like a switch on the early termination fee applies when installation taxes fees after such change if what I read from the Wall Street journal is what the Minnesota governor's doing they can't win this case.
"midland county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News time three fifty one more now in the terrible flooding this week in Midland Northville resident Julie and army says that our Midland county cottage is now water logged due to the severe flooding she spoke live doubled up Jay's reverted to see that man Tom Jordan I'm devastated we have then and had it for about sixteen years and we have a wonderful group of neighbors labs are full timers and I'm Adam are cat as residents like we are my husband on Monday night headed up and left to cure the pontoon and then laughed a little at an old couple minutes later when he got home we got a call that said Hey you're kind June it's floating in the middle of the canal if we waited until the morning and he had it up yesterday and when he got there he was once again securing the pontoon but the water had risen very very high with all over our line and then while he was securing the plankton I'm watching on my nest cam my entire home get flooded you're literally just broke through and our garage had taken the step down garage had about waters here waste and then the interior of the home water to your knee it was pretty and it was rising pretty quickly they combined in such an hour and then all of a sudden the weeks and that even though they haven't gave out and that's where we are you know that's what we're service it was almost like a **** we pull the plugs and then the water just drains out of like some lakes and the tobacco river so we went from having massive massive flooding saluting our lake in one day so we've had this yeah in continuation of you know I'd occurrences and much of that is because of the damn those damn up there have banned it repair for many years and most of us if not all of us who are neck ever considered in a flood plain so we don't have flood insurance our neighbors we're hoping our full time neighbors will get some FEMA assistance we now as a part time resident she were rarely applies to us go anywhere between between sixty and sixty percent of that will now have to decide if we're going to be able to resell that's North Pole resident Julie van army dot talking about her middle into county college no water log because of the severe flooding there in Midland county this week speaking there with newsradio nine fifty top Jordan and reported just seen up we'll update your money at the Bloomberg business that's coming up next WWE news time three fifty four with the system and then generates it if there's one thing you've got time for these days it's good home cooking and when you're not cooking this plenty of time to search for recipes and if there's one up that's great for keeping those recipes organized.
Flash flood emergencies across Michigan as two dams fail
"Between four and seven inches of rainfall forced the Stanford dam in Midland county Michigan to overflow and residents of Midland to evacuate here's fox's Mike Tobin the title of icy river is expected to crest sometime before eleven PM at thirty eight feet which is fourteen feet above flood stage the Eatonville damn got loaded up the National Weather Service says it suffered a catastrophic failure that sent water downstream to the Sanford dam which was over top officials can't really tell what kind of shape that dam is in at the moment but does the water from the St for damn them wanted to take a Abbas the river which flows through Midland Michigan now in the middle of a pandemic ten thousand residents need to
Michigan hit with flooding in midst of COVID-19 pandemic
"Loans all fifty states now have some level of easing restrictions under way but Michigan state home order continues and governor Gretchen Whitmer is now dealing with record flooding forcing some ten thousand people to evacuate some two shelters which were still urgent social distancing and masks when possible while we're in the midst of a global pandemic it's really important that to the best of our ability we observe the best practices to keep ourselves and our family safe after days of heavy rain two dams failed leaving parts of Midland county under nine feet of
Michigan governor declares emergency after dams collapse
"Well Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer dulled planted emergency yesterday for Midland county after the Eatonville and Sanford dams collapses following days of heavy rain there in a prompt concerns of extreme flooding heavy rain in Michigan over the last few days proved too much for this damn in the central part of the state rapidly rising lake water tore through the barrier forcing Eatonville residents out of their homes and to nearby shelters sudden her approximately twenty six years and I've never had this type of situation occur I don't thank you you can damn ten miles down river has also failed to get somewhere safe now Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer said Midland a city of forty two thousand faces an especially serious flooding threat this morning downtown Midland could be under approximately nine feet of water Laura Podesta CBS
"midland county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Usual warnings about drinking and boating a whole new set of rules on the water or in effect marine patrol will be watching to make sure people are six feet apart even some troopers are hoping that people still wear their masks ticketing for not following the social distancing guidelines unlikely but you might be stopped and giving a talk but you may be stopped and talked to an Alabama taking a major financial hit because of the economic slowdown but state budgets aborted across the board cuts the house general fund budget committee chairman Steve Clough says the state started the year very strong the reason why we were able to sustain this downturn we we knew at some point that the economy was going to hit a bump in the road you know it's gonna be despicable Moffat's budgets increase the spending I believe Brandon this is Alabama's morning news and for the latest on the corona virus download the free I heart radio app now back to your host it's J. T. R. A. thank you very much it is eight thirty three bought out Taylor Michigan is having some problems and I'm not talking current affairs and jargon floodwaters here boy breaking records here happened early yesterday to render rise even higher after a catastrophic dam failure forced about ten thousand people to evacuate their the governor Gretchen Whitmer urging folks in central Michigan get the higher ground right now packet areas please right now evacuates this is going to be hard and we are anticipating several feet of water in the area to go through this in the midst of a global pandemic is almost unthinkable but we are here and to the best of our ability we are going to navigate this together so please to the best of your ability continue to wear a face covering wow so in addition to all the other problems there and deal with here comes a couple of dams that broke and boy it's like anything they've seen their right there in Midland county unbelievable she says if you've got family members loved ones who live in another part of the state go there I mean just get out because this could be really bad so we'll keep an eye on that throughout the day a couple of conflicting kinda stories here one story says read more carbs and exercising less another study says that to be able to choose any healthy during this pandemics which direction you're going I it's probably split it homes in just talking to different people when they call on the service here but this one survey here according to people magazine their survey a survey finds that sixty five percent of Americans are taking a break from their fitness routine people also admitted there enjoying more refined carbs like pastries and pasta lots of folks still doing some kind of at home exercise but seventy percent don't think that there's affected is there you know regular pre preg pandemic of work out that they had gone so now this study says new research here more people are choosing to eat healthy during pandemics are you eating more healthy or or not I would say we're about to say no I mean I've known you know a little healthier I'd have to say yeah because we're around the kitchen more and so we're kind of aware instead of just running in and out grab some beads so yeah I'd say it's gotten healthier and her research study here says that which involved eleven thousand shoppers by the way from eleven different countries this is more of a global thing the other one was here in the U. S. maybe that's the difference here more people are choosing to buy fresh fruit and vegetables and city using microwaveable food lead organizer Charlotte to backer believes that the change to healthier food because trips to the grocery store are being more planned out than they were before yeah I tell you when you plan and you you start your mapping it out right now down in a watch what you're doing that it builds consistency in you're more aware of what you're doing as opposed to once again just run in and get it's white you know fast foods are so popular people are still so crazy busy all the time he's already getting somebody boulder there get it let's go but now we're all kind of hang out home got all time in the data all right what are we gonna be let's think about this despite studies showing more people are eating healthier the numbers for meat consumption like fission you know other meats and also I'll call stayed about the same here so in healthcare where it's about the same eight thirty six Alabama's morning news how bout some good news stories and all of this yeah and and an animal sanctuary in California sent two planes to Iowa to rescue a thousand chickens that were said to be euthanized because of all this crisis all of them are hands that lay eggs in the eventually be put up for adoption so how bout that send in that two planes to go get these incredible new study found global emissions are down seventy percent last month because of the crisis it's the lowest level in almost fifteen years you know I would imagine we talk about how things are gonna come to stay the same in a lot of areas like working from home for apps or you know just readjusting your job situation because what we're going through I think a lot of things like that may stay in place for a lot of different people so I would imagine that because of this obviously not driving around as much as why gas prices have dropped that's why emissions are down because we're not in the vehicles as much I'm not sure that's going to stay the same I think when we get back to normal we may not get to the level we weren't right away but at some point the interstates are gonna be packed again and the airports will be crowded as well eight thirty eight to Alabama's morning news coming up next Adam Michael heritage institute talking about policies next any of this package what kind of pork is is missing details three minutes.
"midland county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Whitmer ten thousand people in Midland county they have been evacuated from their homes after those two exams and breaching the governor did issue that state of emergency as a result of all of this heavy rain over the past few days because the tenable wasi river and it's connecting lakes as well in turn causing two exams to fail rather Murdoch with fox two Detroit a convicted murderer was executed by lethal injection in Missouri one Walter Barton was sentenced to die in nineteen ninety seven for the stabbing murder of Gladys cooler six years earlier he shouted out in court what is he maintained his innocence to the very end strapped to a Gurney in Missouri's death chamber last night Barton said I'm innocent they are executing an innocent man doctor Jack Callahan America was continues with one oh six one FM talk it's looking more and more like North Carolina will move into phase two of the governor's plan for re opening Friday the current phase one plan expires at five PM restaurant groups released new guidelines they were issued saying in person dining could resume this weekend the catch restaurants will be limited to fifty percent capacity North Carolina teachers are now the second highest paid in the southeast region the department of public instruction says the average teacher salary has risen to fifty four thousand six hundred dollars that represents about a ten thousand dollar jump in just the past six years a suspect is facing charges connected to a huge pot bust in Concord officers seize nearly seventy pounds of marijuana in a raid at multiple locations two hundred twenty thousand dollars cash about ten guns also confiscated the suspects in jail for trafficking I'm Kyle Wilson heaviest rain just to the west of flash flood watches as we head on for this afternoon more steady rainfall coming out in pockets of heavy rain sixty degrees overnight tonight more rain more heavy rain tomorrow rain and thunderstorms potential for heavy rainfall sixty nine I'm meteorologist restricted from the weather channel one of six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect you're listening to the financial safari news next if at all a coach to coach because money desk America's wealth coach bestselling author coach Pete Arruda coach the secure act is law what we need to know we need to know every time Congress passes something like that it's not gonna be good for so long term as the you know one thing they did is they extended the minimum quite distribution age to age seventy two instead of seven and a half always thought seven half was idiotic age to begin with I like to say let's build a plan that is designed for you and protected for you and make sure you have lifetime income the secure act basically hurts your next of kin because they cannot stretch.
Michigan governor declares emergency after dams collapse
"Michigan's governor declared an emergency Tuesday for Midland county after two dams collapsed following days of heavy rain among the threatened areas is downtown Midland here's CBS's Laura Podesta Dow chemical company's main plant sits on that city's riverbank widespread rainfall since Sunday also cause problems in other parts of the region in Chicago flood water that filled downtown has started to recede but power isn't expected to be restored to the iconic Willis tower for days at one point the building sub basement was filled with as much as twenty five feet of water Laura Podesta
Midland floods after dams fail, record water level recorded
"Three rapidly rising water overtook dams it has forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in central Michigan where governor Greg chin Whitmer says one downtown could be under nine feet of water today families living along the to the velocity river and connects to the lakes in Midland county have been ordered to leave home please do not hesitate go stay with a friend or relative or get to one of the shelters now they were catastrophic dam failure is about one hundred forty miles north of Detroit and seven miles
Midland floods after dams fail, record water level recorded
"The city of Midland is expected to see up to nine feet of water in the streets today the governor has declared a state of emergency people evacuated after two dams in the area failed let's go live in local to W. WJR Lee Langdon for more Charlie what I what river I am in Midland county right now I am just about five miles north of the main city of Midland but I'll tell you what on Midland road which is one of the major role to get in the middle and it is completely flooded just north of where I'm at I got a close view of it but then the city came in and actually closed off the role that I was on two dams of a broke a broken that's what I understand I do have a chance to talk to Jim Faust Jim policies from Midland has been here most of his life and he tells me describes what's going on well yes the dams broke you got and we're just waiting for Samper Dan to break and yeah the waters almost I don T. mind this trailer on its side yeah we're kind of going to be bottled up you'll be able to get out of here and that's a problem people are worried about getting out of here or getting to this area not just to the west to me is a total loss the river and apparently that is flooded any roads west of Midland road where I'm at is they're completely blocked off you cannot get west of Midland road not getting north into the city I understand that it's almost impossible because of the roads the flooding of the roads here where I'm at I just saw a police vehicle towing a boat over Midland road and that looks a blood please be vehicle go through that water because I certainly am not there got a boat I don't also there is a car that is stock in that rolled out under water the waters probably up to his door I hope there's nobody in there I don't think there is so that's a good sign I haven't heard any injuries right now but the locals around here the couple that I've talked to said that they have seen nothing like this ever in years so it's gonna profits will be a problem if you're headed to Midland I just wouldn't do it you're not gonna build likely get into the main drag of the
State of emergency in central Michigan after two dams fail
"Of of central central Michigan Michigan residents residents evacuated evacuated overnight overnight after after two two dams dams from from the the to to the the velocity velocity river river in in Midland Midland county county were were breached after days of heavy rains on the roughly forty eight hour period we've had six or seven maybe even eight inches in some areas in the river basin that's meteorologist Jeff Lewis of the National Weather Service Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer says in the next few hours downtown Midland Michigan could be under nine feet of water he's also urging evacuees to to wear wear face face coverings coverings
"midland county" Discussed on KOMO
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"midland county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The flooding in Midland county never really seen something that's been quite this extravagant as far as floods and anything around here take roosters in pine river governor Whitman says the area could be under nine feet of water by this afternoon about ten thousand people have been forced to evacuate shelters are open please do not hesitate go stay with a friend or relative or get to one of the shelters now the governor is asking people to maintain social distancing while they're in those shelters a long time favorite is doing a disappearing act the soft feeling of Johnson's baby powder Johnson and Johnson will stop selling it based outer in the U. S. and Canada the company blames misinformation for a big drop in sales thousands of women filed lawsuits claiming baby powder led to ovarian cancer multi million dollar verdicts were later overturned or repealed the comeback didn't last long for workers on Ford's Chicago assembly line many were forced to leave on day two after someone tested positive for the corona virus co workers are skittish if one person gets in a hole that would affect the person behind them I just don't feel safe enough yeah production's been stopped at part of the facility and at the main plant the CDC has released sixty pages of comeback guidelines shelved by the administration the guidelines include detailed phase guidance for opening certain businesses including childcare schools mass transit and restaurants.
Michigan governor declares emergency after dams collapse
"All right there's problems in Michigan tonight nothing to do with cold food nineteen or the governor's orders they've got better actually in an emergency declaration the Eatonville dam in Sanford dams that failed in Midland county thousands of residents had to immediately evacuate their homes this past day downtown Midland could be under nine feet of water bite later this morning according to the up straight up update this past evening following those two collapses yeah a flash flood emergency is in effect for the areas downstream which includes Midlands city and Friedland Michigan dot Midland county emergency management told people in Midland city L. located west of east main and south of U. S. tend to get out immediately this past afternoon yeah we have been talking about this slow moving storm the reins the rains which there's more to come yeah we have locally a number of issues here in southwest Ohio northern Kentucky southeast Indiana of the emergency alert alarm from going off on people's cell phones all morning long you know one flash flood warning after another was issued but Michigan has been getting doused with that same slow moving storm over several days triggering fear of imminent dam failure and flood warnings across the state now at least two rivers in mid Michigan the two double wasi Riverton in Midland and the rifle river near sterling I had major flood stage this past afternoon that's what said the dams past their
"midland county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Officials on the ground the breached Eatonville damage located in Midland county that's around a hundred fifty miles north of Detroit heavy rains have been hitting the area for the last several days many residents have been caught off guard this is the worst flooding I have ever seen in this area the worst ramen goal this lives in pine river Michigan it's the price you pay for living in the lower area along the river do I like it no the heavy rains have hit other parts of the Midwest as well there's also been flooding in Chicago and surrounding areas in Illinois CBS news special report I'm Steve Futterman home for home loans wash your hands avoid sick people and touching your face there are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases visit CDC dot gov slash cove it nineteen brought to you by the national association of broadcasters and the station and welcome back to the gym beheaded showed one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six David in Creston Iowa and inquired about does some kind of perhaps public service video that could appear maybe on broadcast cable and online to.
10,000 people evacuated in Michigan after dam fails
"York a state of emergency has been declared tonight in Midland county Michigan or a dam has been breached after days of heavy rain governor Gretchen Whitmer says evacuations were underway involving some ten thousand people in the next twelve to fifteen hours downtown Midland could be under approximately nine feet of water we are anticipating an historic high water levels it is the second evacuation in less than twenty four hours for many of those people living along the tenable wasi river and two legs the heavy rains also caused flooding in parts of Illinois and
"midland county" Discussed on KOMO
"Through June third U. S. don't like our next come on traffic at six fifty four well the rain's gonna be rolling in the next couple of days are como eco roof forecasts as a chance of rain overnight with a low near fifty but the real rain likely to come back in tomorrow afternoon stick around Thursday back off Friday and we should be dry Saturday before more rain comes in Saturday evening for Sunday and Monday so yeah take a waterproof gear if you're out camping looking around the sound right now sixty three an average Colma sixty two at the narrows airport into downtown Seattle sixty five degrees companies time six forty five stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven to look at our top stories I'm Rick fansites with Elise Jaffe officials in Midland county Michigan trying to get people out of harm's way after dam system failed along the two to watch the river and Midland county resident Peter Sylvester says if the Sanford dam goes the city of Midland is going to see widespread flooding river goes right through the city illicit business district but then there's a lot of housing down there the governor says she's signing an emergency declaration to ensure officials have the resources they need to respond to the disaster and a pleasant surprise for sound transit in a president trump tweet today the agency getting a hundred sixty six million dollars in federal money for revenue lost to cope at nineteen life care centers of America became synonymous with the corona virus pandemic as we walked the devastating impact of the illness play out at its facility.
"midland county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Leaving rambling incoherent messages then Saturday morning he was fired from his job at a trucking company I want to be clear he showed off to work in a very distressing mental state so it's not because he got fired there are reports of of people citing him with a with a hand yes give me with a rifle those reports to come man all cers did respond to those those areas and he was is gone. during the shooting rampage he called police and the FBI to climb he said that he was the guy doing an aider is mobile mass shooting took him on a ten mile journey from Midland county into Odessa leaving a trail of fifteen individual crime scenes I saw a very large gun come up out of the car shown a Saxon was driving with the suspect pulled up beside her and pointed a gun. clearly I was traveling weird and maybe got somebody's attention. he was eventually confronted by police near the synergy movie theater seven people died as a result of the shooting twenty five more were injured including seventeen month old Anderson Davis she's recovering at home today after surgery to remove shrapnel in her chest and injuries to her face. the F. B. I. search the shooters home right behind me so it was a chaotic mess is what they said we also know that he failed a background check recently was not allowed to legally buy a gun on top of that right now they are investigating how we got a hold of that A. R. style assault rifle.
"midland county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Leaving rambling incoherent messages then Saturday morning he was fired from his job at a trucking company I want to be clear he showed up to work in a very distressed mental state so it's not because he got fired there are reports of of people citing him with a with a handy I'm skews me with a rifle those reports to come man all cers did respond to those those areas and he was is gone. during the shooting rampage he called police and the FBI to collide he said that he was the guy doing Eighters mobile mass shooting took him on a ten mile journey from Midland county into Odessa leaving a trail of fifteen individual crime scenes I saw a very large gun come up out of the car shown a Saxon was driving with the suspect pulled up beside her and pointed a gun. clearly I was traveling weird and maybe got somebody's attention. he was eventually confronted by police near the synergy movie theater seven people died as a result of the shooting twenty five more were injured including seventeen month old Anderson Davis she's recovering at home today after surgery to remove shrapnel in her chest and injuries to her face. the F. B. I. search the shooters home right behind me so it was a chaotic mess is what they said we also know that he failed a background check recently was not allowed to legally buy a gun on top of that right now they are investigating how we got a hold of that A. R. style assault rifle.
"midland county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"He was fired from his job at a trucking company I want to be clear he showed up to work in a very distressed mental state so it's not because he got fired there are reports of of people citing him with a with a handy I skews me with a rifle those reports to come man all cers did respond to those those areas and he was is gone. during the shooting rampage he called police and the FBI to collide he said that he was the guy doing it haters mobile mass shooting took him on a ten mile journey from Midland county into Odessa leaving a trail of fifteen individual crime scenes I saw a very large gun come up out of the car shown a Saxon was driving when the suspect pulled up beside her and pointed a gun. clearly I was traveling weird and maybe got somebody's attention. he was eventually confronted by police near the synergy movie theater seven people died as a result of the shooting twenty five more were injured including seventeen month old Anderson Davis she's recovering at home today after surgery to remove shrapnel in her chest and injuries to her face. the F. B. I. search the shooters home right behind me here so was a chaotic mess is what they said we also know that he failed a background check recently was not allowed to legally buy a gun on top of that right now they are investigating how we got a hold of that A. R. style assault rifle Nora. all right Monday at thank you and still ahead on the CBS evening news as the rain picks up here how you can help the hurricane victims in the Bahamas. W. CBS news time six forty five let's get traffic.
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"Hunter in northern Michigan. The department of natural resources says thirty eight year old Justin Beutel of Midland county. Who shot yesterday afternoon while hunting on private property, and and from county northeast of traverse city the second hunter from Gaylard investigators say they were not hunting together. They didn't know each other the Antrim county sheriff's office in Michigan state police helping with the investigation a rally going on downtown calling for higher wages for security guards w w j city beat reporter. Vicki Thomas, joining us live and local with more. What's going on there? Vic? Dozens of security guards and EMT's who work at many of the office buildings here in downtown Detroit March
"midland county" Discussed on KCRW
"Be forced to pay for extensive social services through his taxes i don't want to be overly taxed we pay a ton of taxes property taxes avlor taxes per barrel taxes you just taxed to death half of midland county residents voted for president trump a couple of years ago it's a conservative town with libertarian leanings and you can hear it when you talk to its elected officials just ask midland county judge mike bradford what's wrong with the way things get done around here is the insatiable conversation goes was centralized government in one place austin texas washington dc i know better than you i don't live where you do but i know better bradford wants more the county's tax dollars to stay in the county and says the government should stay out of the way midlanders he says her doing fine taking care of the less fortunate themselves but jeff braddock cofounder of the bridge span group of philanthropy consultancy says it's just not that simple this frame can be we need more philanthropy trapeze so government can exit and that's just not just will never be the case he says no matter how rich a community is the private sector can't do it all the scale required to meet those kinds of needs far surpasses what is available through private philanthropy but he says it doesn't have to be one or the other to the extent we can keep it from being a horse race between the two in oh who's winning which is right in and figure out like how do they complement each other that's a good thing and we might be getting their amir pasok is the dean of the lilly family school of philanthropy at indiana university the young people these days seem to be looking at technology and the power of connectedness to be able to solve problems and seems to be a little bit more agnostic about whether it is the government or whether it is the private sector that delivers the solution that agnostic system doesn't feel like it's hit midland quite yet but with the oil boom bringing in more and more people to this west texas town some of the old orthodoxies could well be challenged i mean the euler for marketplace.
"midland county" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Which is us the salvation army has some twenty beds at last count thurber two hundred sixty four homeless people in midland but whether you're talking homelessness or other kinds of need many people here take pride in taking care of others tc byrom grew up in midland bonanza is part of how you're raised here whether it's through your church or through whatever youth group or whatever it's ingrained that you are going to give back byrom and his wife or on a couple of nonprofit boards and he mentors at risk youth in local schools he's happy to help his fellow midlanders through volunteer work but he doesn't think he should be forced to pay for extensive social services through his taxes i don't want to be overly taxed we pay a ton of taxes property taxes avlor taxes per barrel taxes you just taxed to death half of midland county residents voted for president trump a couple years ago it's a conservative town with libertarian leanings and you can hear it when you talked with elected officials just as midland county judge mike bradford what's wrong with the way things get done round here it's the insatiable conversation that goes with centralized government in one place austin texas washington dc i know better than you i don't live where you do but i know better bradford wants more of the county's tax dollars to stay in the county and says the government should stay out of the way midlanders he says are doing fine taking care of the less fortunate themselves but jeff braddock cofounder of the bridge span group of philanthropy consultancies says it's just not that simple the frame can be we need more philanthropy so government can exit and that's just not just will never be the case he says no matter how rich a community is the private sector can't do it all the scale required to meet those kinds of needs far surpasses what is available through private philanthropy but he says it doesn't have to be one or the other to the extent we can keep it from being a horse race between the two you know who's winning which is right in and figure out like how do they complement each other that's a good thing and we might be getting their amir pasok is the dean of the lilly family school of philanthropy at indiana university the young people these days seem to be looking at.