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Fresh "Mississippi Valley" from The Sean Hannity Show
"Soon visit. Um, g c dot e d u That's um g c dot e d u Certified to operate by chef Friday will bring some strong thunderstorms during the first part of the day. They may linger along the mid Atlantic. But they should move out fairly quickly, leaving cities like New York Boston in Philadelphia with some sun later on partly to mostly sunny and 83. New York, Boston, Some sun and around 80 and sunny skies in Philadelphia on Friday with a high near 86. Some rain and thunderstorms are likely on Friday for the mid Mississippi Valley, where it will be Quite hot. Memphis, Tennessee, for example, close to 100. With some sunshine well into the nineties across the entire Gulf coast and into the southern Plains states. There will also be some scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday for parts of the Gulf Coast. Cooler weather for The great leagues Friday 70 and cloudy to partly sunny in Buffalo 73 in Detroit. That's your national Weather Forecast. Mike LS NBC news radio. Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart Radio Podcast preview in 2014. I went down to Houston to write a story about the worst Major league baseball team in 50 years. It was hard to be Member of that club, If you will, and.
Fresh "Mississippi Valley" from Bill Handel
"Not more to says this bright spot shows it was possible. To avoid learning loss during the pandemic. I'm Alisa Zee Health Update. Jennifer Apple. Sony NBC News Radio, Strong to Severe thunderstorms are expected to move out of the Great Lakes region and moved through parts of the Southernmost New England region and then across the mid Atlantic during the day today and then late tonight and into Friday, they will make further progress eastward and southward. Some storms, neighboring damaging winds hail, and there's even a slight risk of Tornadoes. The severe weather will push south as well and west into the mid Mississippi Valley with a severe thunderstorm threat in many areas of the northeast, the Great Lakes in the mid Mississippi River Valley. Monsoon like rain will flow back into the Southwest as we move through the day today and then had toward the weekend. We're looking at today and tonight, bringing localized flash flooding mainly in parts of The Southwest and into the central Rockies. More rain later this week into the Great Basin. That's your national weather Forecast. Mike Ellis, NBC news radio. Furniture Alpha today discover why court furniture has been the secret destination for home stagers designers and savvy business professionals For over 40 years, you'll save on everything you need to brighten up.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"You know a lot of these panoramas that just have have every word in the dictionary. None of these panoramas or very very few of them considering that there were hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of them very few of them survive and parley. It is that it's an intrinsically fragile to paint oil painting to paint in oil on canvas which you then roll up and unroll and travels all over. Cracked and flaked just cracked inflate and win win. This technology fell out of favour right. Nobody wanted to keep store. And and Maintain these old in a lot of cases like kind of weirdly painted documents and they were seen as like. Where's the next thing tossed this one. Yeah it's just like the carson show on videotape. they They they taped over or they cut him upper they they put them on a fire So very few of them survive and there are a couple like there at the at the york institute in maine only very recently The the curator of this sort of archive discovered a giant panorama that had just been in storage for decades called the grand moving panorama of pilgrim's progress and that whole story. It just came out. It was just sitting in an attic somewhere and as he was sorting through boxes he was like. What's this whole thing and discovered this incredible panoramic. That's just they adaptations of other media. It wasn't it was no longer just a scene. It was also like here's the settings of progress in order and there's gonna be characterised doing stuff and that's what happened. There's actually a fairly famous mormon panorama panorama and it's now much. Would you pay. It's somewhere somewhere in utah. Kind of not not not quite on display. I guess there's one on display in the bedford or the new bedford. Whaling museum called the whaling voyage around world. And as you're saying right it's now largely vignettes because you're you. You're trying to tell a story across history. You want to have surprises and twists and developments you to have an arc which brings us to the panorama of the monumental grandeur of the mississippi valley of a modern general of the ladies of the harem of the court of king correcting. This was not a panorama. That was anywhere near the scale and scope of of bombards dhs panorama but it was a It was a vignette based one. And it was actually. It was painted by a by a painter by the name of john. J egan but it was commissioned by a kind of amateur pennsylvania archaeologist by the name of mantra ville wilson dickerson. Wow right seems like the fictional. here's agatha christie character. Yeah mantra ville and this was a period where amateur guests sure who were basically like grave robbers. They love the mound builders they did and they were out digging up mounds and collecting artifacts taking them back to to their home in philadelphia and you know displaying them. As part of their exotic menagerie and dickerson was one of these characters and he'd made several trips up the mississippi river valley. And the you know in the eighteen thirties and forties on these artifact gathering exhibitions. But of course this was still the frontier really pre major influx of of people from the east so a lot of these environments were were unspoiled and he was there to spoil them but he he commissioned this panorama because he wanted to do a speaking tour and describe what had happened with powerpoint right and so he had egan paint it and it was. It ended up having twenty five different scenes. It was about three hundred and fifty feet long seven and a half feet tall and it was a it was a moving panorama and he would take this panorama with him on tour and described. You know let's go to the next slide. It was a powerpoint demonstration. And then the next slide would come and say here. You see the mound that i excavated and is is it kind of geographic is does. It seem like it's moving along a single riverfront view. And then new things keep popping into view it does well so the panorama of the monumental grandeur of the mississippi valley actually is one of the few extant and it was after its grand tour. It was sort of passed down through the dixon family and ended up. You know in a corner somewhere. They donated donated it to the philadelphia museum. You don't think every christmas eve that got it out and do the trip maybe liquor down the mississippi from the condition of it. It looked like they used it as a drop cloth albedo. Yeah it ended up. It ended up in pennsylvania for a long time and then it was loaned to the saint. Louis art museum. As part of a centennial of lewis. And clark on the spot for mississippi exploration artifact and they discovered that this that it had fallen into incredible disrepair and they began a and if you see it it just looks like what you would imagine cracked and crumbled painted fallen off but they began restoration so much. So that the that the museum in pennsylvania ended up. Just sort of gifting it to the saint louis art museum and they've been they've been restoring it for many many years and now it's almost completely restored there. Only a few panels left that are in. Its ragged shape. Do they do a little show. Can you go and see it or not. So it's still very fragile too fragile to display in. Its original kind of sit in your chair while a fake dickerson. About his his grave. Robbing what's crazy about it. Is that almost every one of the twenty five vignettes features some native american Exploit and the thing is that it's one thing to do a panorama of the of the battle of trafalgar but it's another thing to have human figures doing human things because they're not. I mean scales to be hardware. John egan's not a great painter. You know he's not one of the he's not cezanne he's it's cartoon and so you have all these scenes where Where american indians with big headdresses are throwing their tomahawks or chasing around. You know big battles but they look like henry darker china. They're just what you would expect their kind of painted by. Who's like here. Here's a burial mound and a couple of Chiefs and at one point. There's actually an excavation of a burial mound is depicted and it shows dickerson there with several slaves digging in the hill so each one of the two thousand five vignettes is sort of not very good but the of watching it slavery aside is not very good yeah the experience of seeing it as a as a traveling show must have been pretty fantastic..
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Nothing we are jennings and john rodrick we speak to you from our present which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange obscure human knowledge. These recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders esoterica. That would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions. This is our legacy to you. This is our time capsule. This is the you have accessed entry. Eight nine five dot n. U. two four zero six certificate number one four seven five one the panorama of the monumental grandeur of the mississippi valley..
Millions brace for severe weather this weekend
"Parts of the south bracing for more severe weather this weekend as many people. They're cleaning up from tornadoes this week. That left at least six people dead in alabama mississippi. We got some more severe weather that we're going to be watching across parts in the mid mississippi valley. We got some storms parts of tennessee. That we're going to see the bigger piece of energy that starts to move in that direction a little bit later on today and as it does for the threat of severe weather on and off all day but the bigger event happening later rain meteorologist rick reich.
First-Ever Wind Chill Warning Issued For North Texas
"Winter weather is clobbering parts of the U. S in portions of Texas the coldest there they've seen in over 30 years, so he had winter really settling in across the country. It's not just the cold. Temperatures is those winter storm watches and warnings where we're seeing the entire state of Texas. That almost never happens running you all the way up into the Great Lakes, the Ohio River Valley Dallas, seeing some of that snow out in front of it a little bit of ice as the system's gonna be sweeping on through the area. Now, this is going to lift up to the north into the East, the heaviest snow now in the Mississippi Valley, it continues to lift its way up towards Cleveland. The Great Lakes, Fox's Adam Clots says. By Monday, the bitter cold air over the northern Plains will plunge into Texas. And is expected to bring wind chills below zero.
Beta's Rainfall Soaks Houston
"Tropical depression Beta are slowly making its way inland. What's left of post Tropical depression beta still spreading heavy rain over parts, the lower Mississippi Valley. Some of that tropical moisture will also move into the deep south and southern appellations were several inches of rain could cause flooding beta cause moderate or major coastal flooding and Galveston with a 4. FT storm surge in some areas. The heaviest rain was in southern parts of the Houston Metro with rainfall totals of over 14 inches. One, Houstonian said the floodwaters were creating a mess mess they they think think is is backed backed up up and and there's there's no no training. training. No No trouble trouble with with the the drainage. drainage. They've They've tried tried to to do do a a little little here here and and there, there, but but Nothing Nothing seems seems to to be be when when you you flush flush the the toilet. toilet. It's coming up in the battle over 100. High water rescues were needed Tuesday morning in southern Harris County. Some homes have been flooded a CZ well. Streets, cars and buildings were flooded in parts of coastal Texas, including Rockport, Corpus Christi, Galveston and the Boulevard Peninsula, and Cameron County officials have since opened beach access after they were closed as a precautionary measure. San
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The not right on the heels of a batch of British nuisance rain and a little bit wet snow prior to mid week there will be they tell us to significant rounds of rain forecasters soak areas from the Mississippi valley to the northeast the Spaniard Wednesday through Friday the volume of people driving or taking mass transit to work his drop significantly obviously with the number of people working from home or not working at all but for those who must travel you may see delays with some heavy rain and if you have outdoor plans you're probably not going to be doing it tough for many people the bulk of the rain will come in two rounds the first arriving for Wednesday into Thursday that's gonna bring soaking rains all the way from the Midwest to the mid Atlantic coast along the mid Atlantic from New York to Washington DC the bulk of the rain will come to from late Wednesday into Thursday mid day and right in the wake of that first batch of drenching rain that's when the temperatures are going to surge in the east that second batch array which may involve severe thunderstorms generally a likely to focus from the Mississippi valley to the Great Lakes and the northern half of the northeast Thursday and Friday there's a good chunk of the Midwest is gonna get rain from both systems yeah combined rainfall from those two storms could be one to three inches some storm totals of maybe five inches of rain in parts of the Ohio in mid Mississippi valley Chicago will see rain from both systems raid on Wednesday followed by the second storm that's going to bring another soaker from Thursday into Thursday evening not many streams and rivers are running higher than average for this point in the season this is just going to cause you know small stream flooding in the lead to new rises along the secondary rivers and eventually the major tributaries having a steadiest rain with this pattern looks to avoid many areas that have had the most extreme rainfall relative to average this winter meth places like Jackson Mississippi looks like the heaviest rain gonna fall north of Jackson with these systems this week a little bit of a break there yeah there are actually some parts of the mid Atlantic where rate is below average this winter so that would be a welcome their Salisbury Maryland you only picked up six point two inches of rain since December first yeah you're you're running about fifty percent of the norm there you're not officially in drought however the drier than average conditions can pose a problem in terms of spring brush fire season so you'll be looking for some moderate amounts of rain that could prove beneficial you know what the grass wet the brush at least in the short term to get back to the calls here and yes thanks for hanging in there to get thank you are you.
Winter storm brings heavy snow, ice to Midwest, Northeast
"A massive winter storm is expected to dump up to a foot of snow on the Midwest as it heads toward the northeast National Weather Service meteorologist Bob or of actors winter storm warnings in blizzard warning about across parts of the upper Mississippi valley of the blizzard warnings are specifically across eastern South Dakota eastern North Dakota Northern Ireland and western Minnesota and the niece of there we have winter storm warnings and weather blogs restriction anywhere from the Great Lakes easily into the northern mid Atlantic and a good part of the northeast and
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"To the upper Mississippi valley eventually the Great Lakes Saturday into Sunday talks between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a minority leader Chuck Schumer has stalled over the question of whether to call witnesses and the impeachment trial of president trump correspondents are west where the president is eager for his symbolic a day in court he does not just want to be acquitted by the Senate trial he wants to be exonerated he wants to have a chance in his eyes to clear his name and so even though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is signaling he's willing to wait as long as it takes president trump is not that patient he wants the Senate trial to get started twenty nineteen will go down as one of the worst years ever for gun violence in America as of December twenty fifth the three hundred fifty ninth day of the year there have been four hundred and six mass shootings in the United States that's according to data from the nonprofit gun violence archive twenty nineteen already has the highest number of mass shootings in any year since twenty fourteen among some of the worst a drive by shooting spree in Odessa and Midland Texas on August thirty first killing seven and wounding twenty four and the worst twenty four hours in America on August third when a shooting at a Walmart no Paso Texas kill twenty two and left twenty four wounded followed hours later with a mass shooting in Dayton Ohio nine people died and twenty seven were hurt Jeff mackay Washington on Wall Street at the close the Dow Jones industrial average up twenty four points the S. and P. five hundred down three the nasdaq off sixteen I'm in Kate's Lucy is a German shepherd now eleven and he's been an amazing dog is so different so alert and haven't had any kind of health problems at all you've been on dynamite been teased about being now move at Gage had a litter of puppies with a friend dog we can't it's done and other puppies were given to friends but one of the requirements for David Locke dark does the diet might and they'll be on dynamited well we tell anybody that had the dog they were something that you could do right from the beginning so that you don't have veterinary bill why would you not do it get the dynamite dynamite for life you won't be we'll be right from the I the Associated Press has named its top male jock of the year why a Leonard has been named the Associated Press male athlete of the year for twenty nineteen Leonard was an easy winner according to the A. P. he's the fifth NBA player to earn the honor he led the Toronto raptors to its first NBA title earlier this year and then decided to sign with the LA clippers Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson came in second in Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick my homes third in the AP poll I'm Kerry she maker and national monument in western New Mexico that's home to more than two thousand inscriptions on a towering sandstone bluffs has earned recognition as an international dark sky park officials at el Morro national monument say they're planning to host more programs and twenty twenty that will highlight the areas spectacular night skies.
Arctic blast spreads shivers to the eastern US
"Severe weather in the Midwest is moving east snow cold rain and mud and it's not even winter yet snowfall Tuesday in buffalo and Detroit set records for the date even Memphis got a dusting of snow then there's the frigid cold the National Weather Service is Brian Hurley we had a ninety one record low temperatures yesterday Tuesday so that stretches anywhere from the central and southern plains Mississippi valley Ohio valley Tennessee valley into the mid Atlantic and northeast then early Wednesday temperatures dropped into the single digits in parts of the northeast forecasters predict even lower temperatures heading into Thursday in some locations I'm ready to fall les
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You'll be hard pressed to find any nineties on the map in the Deep South. from the Carolinas to Oklahoma and northern Texas should see highs in the seventies well the Deep South enjoys some eighties of those are pretty much nearer or just may be slightly above your average temperatures for this time of year. generally speaking fifties and sixties are expected in the upper Midwest in the interior northeast at some seventies at times along the I ninety five north east corridor of the Ohio valley now the mid Mississippi valley. how about those overnight lows Ole yes they're talking frost. behind this first cold front some residents of the northeast will wake up to your first freeze or frost of the season this weekend. low temperatures are expected to plunge into the thirties and forties across the interior northeast. those areas the dip well into the thirties. should see their first frost so be sure to bring in those sensitive plants. in the south lows are going to dip into the sixties or even a few fifties over the weekend from the Carolinas and Georgia into the Tennessee valley. Arkansas and Oklahoma parts of western Texas may dip into the forties. early next week lows in the fifties with more widespread from central Texas to the Deep South. the Carolinas. not even some of the Gulf coast areas northern Gulf coast may finally sees the morning lows Dippin into the sixties. yeah will be trading in the shorts in the short sleeves I actually. on the blue jeans tonight because I knew we were dropping out of the. mostly lower fifties I think there's.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is our from town hall dot com just had to go to the park to thirteen states will continue to be under an excessive heat advisories Tuesday seeing more and more one hundred degree readings across places like Oklahoma Texas and that's going to be expanding with a lot of temperatures in the upper nineties to low one hundreds from the southern plains now reaching into the southeast states and up through the mid Mississippi valley temperatures at around a hundred parts of thirteen states are under heat advisories from Texas Louisiana Florida the south in Missouri and Illinois the Midwest cooling stations have been up in several cities what a Jeffrey abstains guards the night he hanged himself was a correctional officer it's now also being reported the death scene hang himself with a bed sheet days after being taken off suicide watch Congress will be investigating the apparent suicide the two top ranking leaders on the house Judiciary Committee say the death raises serious questions Democrat Jerrold Nadler in Republican Doug Collins of sent a letter to the acting director of the bureau of prisons demanding answers the letter requests information on the bureau's suicide watch guidelines where F. Steen was confined each day how he was monitored and who authorized removing him from suicide watch the department of justice has launched its own investigation Capitol Hill correspondent Wally eyes thousands of Detroit residents are using a city program to apply for jobs at a one point six billion fiat Chrysler simply plant coming to the city with an unemployment rate more than twice the national average the automakers giving residents an exclusive thirty day window to apply for about.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on WJR 760
"And finds that the words should not be used in debate so there you go well that's just races to say that they shouldn't be used here's your forecast what was said one point to a category one hurricane berry is now well inland and providing a punch now to the lower Ohio valley first rains from that system affected the lower Mississippi valley now the Ohio valley on the Ohio River which is also a tributary to the Mississippi River so really a double punch here from Barry first of all affecting the Mississippi River itself and now affecting the Ohio River and all that water goes back towards New Orleans attention on the weather will shift to a major summer heat wave into late week across much of the central and eastern states the dry areas of the nation include the central and southern plains much of the western U. S. including the four corners and west coast of California the only rain in the west to speak of we'll be along Washington's coast seventy seven the high for New York City today with thunderstorms Dallas ninety seven degrees and clear your national weather forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout we try to make health rain returns on Wednesday at least in spots and that is from the remnants of tropical storm very high temperatures will be slightly warmer in the mid eighties still very humid but the floodgates really open up as far as the heat goes on Thursday we hit ninety with a heat index of ninety seven a robust afternoon thunderstorm not out of the question Friday and Saturday ninety seven on the thermometer heat index readings one oh five to one ten and we finally get at least some early Sunday I'm local for me here all prescription price required online physician consultation only available at the position determines prescriptions appropriate see website for full details Hey guys good news the outrageously.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Historic? I mean floods every year we always have a member when I was a kid in the seventies, there was flooding. It seems like all the time in the Mississippi valley area. It was always you were hearing about the flood plains, and how things had flooded. Now, the Arkansas leading is really bad. Maybe they're they don't normally get that kind of flooding there as possible. I guess, you know, it just it does seem it's actually a singular thing things just keep when we were talking about all the flooding, there, places flood. That's what they do. I mean, one hundred when they talk about one hundred year flood, maybe it isn't a hundred year flood. Maybe it's built for every I dunno seventy years, right? And we as humans think, well, we can no problem we round up to one hundred hats fine. And then. When it does. Living here, forty years, nothing has happened. Okay. Good luck. Let's we keep building in flood plains. Yes. We Wiki building closer to rivers and we want to be near water. What happens when that water, you know, rises, and you get a flood whatever they shovel dirt in Florida to build on. Yeah. And that's swampland man, all of it, and then they're surprised when it floods back again or becomes a swamp again. That's what it is. So obviously there there insinuating. It's all caused by of course. It's off course. Global warming climate change. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three edit, Pat. Unleashed on Twitter. Alexandra.
Flooding rain threatening lives, property from eastern Texas to Mississippi
"Parts of the south central USA. Hammered by severe weather in flash floods this past week going to face some long-term river flooding right onto the rest of this month and even into June. According to the numbers we saw over the weekend southeastern Texas the Houston area hit by several rounds of flooding downpours damaging winds last week. The tail end of that onslaught of severe weather in heavy rain finally came through Saturday into Sunday morning. In areas from eastern Texas to Mississippi Louisiana, but look at the rainfall numbers going back from last Tuesday to Sunday this past day mother's day. Rainfall totals is highest fourteen and a quarter inches near Richmond. Texas just over fourteen inches near Perkins. Ston mississippi. Looks like the dry weather's gonna hold on for that region. Today could see some showers returning to eastern Texas by Tuesday. Rain not expected to trigger any widespread concern for aggravated flooding, dry weather should hold across the lower Mississippi valley through most of this week, but the river flooding may continue into the month of June. As floodwaters rivers further north continue making their way, southward toward the Gulf of Mexico, adding to the ongoing flooding on the lower Mississippi River. Now, heavy potentially severe thunderstorms may return next weekend to eastern Texas and the lower Mississippi valley, so we could see additional rises on the rivers. Moderate to major flooding already occurring along nearly the entire length of the Mississippi River from the Illinois border to west of New Orleans, the entire stretch also flooding taking place along the Missouri. Survive the Wabash and the white river's as well as other rivers there in the central USA. It looks like although the water levels on the smaller rivers should begin to fall below flood stage by maybe the middle part of this week. It's gonna take one or maybe two weeks for a crest to be reached along the lower portions of the Mississippi River minor flooding expected to continue through this week at Memphis, Tennessee, before the water level finally drops below flood stage there, however, the Mississippi Vicksburg Mississippi. Is not expected to reach its crest of fifty feet, which by the way, major flood stage till probably sometime nineteenth or twentieth. In other words, next weekend. Now in Baton Rouge. It may take until the final week of may for the river to crest there. The national weather service said they're expecting the river Baton Rouge to rise to forty four feet which will significantly affect shipping and industrial activities along the river. Although not forecast or each record flood stage will remain above major flood stage right on into the at least the end of may major flood stage.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on AP News
"Great Lakes region. And upper Mississippi valley grace has announced plans to return to bond markets and to increase the minimum wage by more than expected five months after exiting it's Baylor program in a televised address. Prime minister, Alexis tsipras, said the minimum wage would be increased. By nearly ten percent starting next month from five hundred ninety six euros a month to six hundred and fifty euros the increase, which takes effect in February still doesn't restore the minimum wage to the seven hundred fifty one euro level. It was in twenty twelve. Meanwhile, the bond auction is expected to take place this week and raise up to three billion euros a singer and a popular music act has apologized for wearing a shirt with a swastika flag during a rehearsal performance. A photo of the performance was posted on social media. And it went viral the performer Nineteen-year-old nam see Nafa of bien, que forty eight blamed her own ignorance and made a tearful video apology that was posted on her Instagram account. Israel's embassy in Thailand had posted a statement on Twitter expressing shock and dismay. The group's management. Also apologized for what they called inadvertently causing any distress to the people by the historical crime against humanity. Houston officers shot. I'm Tim Maguire for the AP news minute Houston police chief art osservato says undercover narcotics. Officers have been shot and another hurt a knee when at least two suspects opened fire on them. During a raid this afternoon or were shot to critically that are in surgery both shot in the neck. But they're stable. Thank God that tape from K T R K. The chief says a team was serving a warrant for the sale of black tar heroin when the suspects opened fire as soon as the officers forced open the door to suspects died in that shooting acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says Robert Muller's Russia investigation close to being completed fully briefed on the investigation. And I look forward to director Muller delivering the final report special counsel is charged thirty four people, including President Trump's former personal lawyer former campaign manager and a political consultant, I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this. What if every time you went out.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on AP News
"Great Lakes region. And upper Mississippi valley, a painting stolen off the wall of Moscow's. Famed museum of Russian art is been returned. Police say the painting of Crimean mountain ridges by architect. Koigi was stolen right in front of confused. Visitors Sunday at the trout you cough gallery. This is described a young man who removed the landscape from the wall before they realized they'd see theft the interior ministry says they detained a suspect and recovered the painting, which was hit that a construction site outside Moscow police said the band had been on bail for drug possession since December. The painting is valued at one hundred eighty five thousand dollars, but other works by Koichi have fetched more than three million dollars. Auctions? To Sheeba has unveiled a remote controlled robot. That will go inside one of the damaged reactors at Japan's soon. Nami hit Fukushima nuclear plant. The robot has tongs to grip chunks of highly radioactive melted fuel. It's designed to slide down a thirty six foot long pipe and touch melted. Fuel inside the unit two's, reactor primary containment vessel. The reactor was built by Toshiba and GE the three reactors at the Fukushima plant suffered core. Meltdowns after a massive twenty eleven earthquake tsunami, damaged key cooling systems. So Sheba's energy systems unit says experiments with the new pro bar key to determining the right equipment and the right technologies that they'll need to remove the fuel debris. That'll be the most challenging part of the decommissioning process and is expected to take decades Houston police shot, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute five Houston. Police officers have been wounded in the shooting, which is suspect has been killed the police union. President says two of the five officers are in critical condition while the other three are stabilized. They're being treated at a city hospital swat team members still at the scene looking for whoever else might have been involved in this afternoon shooting. No word on what led to the incident. White House says President Trump could use executive action. If lawmakers can't reach a deal on border security over the next three weeks press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says Trump doesn't want to declare a national emergency or face and other government shutdown. Democrats have signaled to us that they're willing to actually get serious about a real deal and get serious about fixing the problem at the border, including funding for border wall acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation is close to being completed. I'm.
Winter storm barrels east after blanketing Midwest
"Deadly. Winter storm has made an impact from the midwest through the northeast tonight feet of snow in some locations, most areas over six inches horrible travel conditions. Thousands of flights delayed or canceled power outages possible for millions now needing with a dangerous Arctic blast moving in behind. The storm. Our radar is now clear, so the damage is done just blowing and drifting snow this point more blustery conditions and now a hard freeze, which will create icy travel dangerous for the morning commute. Thankfully, the king holiday will keep most people home. And now a new snow maker is raising eastward tonight along the northern star track impacting the Dakotas back to Montana. Southward to Colorado on Tuesday heads up Great Lakes, headed your way. Again, Mississippi valley, more rain, though, nothing severe this time, and then more Coble plunged into the center of the country, stay warm and
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The Wabash valley and Mississippi valley now after that we could run that chain again look at the next one earthquake. Then we might. Fine, california. But I I think it says a quake in California, it would damage things be destructive in terms of infrastructure and not people whereas the Wabash valley, if you've got again, you don't even have as much infrastructure as you do in California. But you have those fourteen reactors that are news. Whereas in California, you only have Shannon O free, which I think is shutting down. Let's go to the phones. Linda's in Auburn, California west of the Rockies. Hi, Linda, go ahead. Hi charge. I'm glad you took my call. Thank you. Very welcome. I have a question for Major James. I made sure I was wondering if these days that are of higher consciousness that are working. To try to help us with our evolution and to a chain that that place of knowing and perfect thing. I was wondering if since you have found a way to communicate with them. Could you ask them if they would be willing if they could or would be able to shut down those nuclear reactors that are gonna be affected by earthquake. Well, I have not found a way to communicate with them. I found a way to to find them and they wanted to be found. Okay. Number one. So developing a communications protocol. Yeah, they're not sending utilize the Besseges or anything like that. No. I had to find that that playing they're playing hide and go seek and this nonsense protocol. Yeah. I would I did was pull the curtain back on the wizards say them on the show and say, okay, I found your now what so fine. No, no. I obviously thought about conduct. I don't know what's going to happen. After that. But if I could if I could request one thing from them, and there's something they know how to do because they've done it before I would request that they incapacitate every nuclear weapon on the planet. Interesting. However, they have tested us before they've done stuff. Like that. They shut down our missiles silos just display saying this is what we can do you know and thumbed their nose to two children would just frigging but nuclear weapons that's not child play. That's absolute madness. That's madness. And and and we're not going to be allowed to sterilize this planet. They will not allow a nuclear slugfest. Yes. They'll allow Nagasaki here Shema. So we're aware of the consequences of our actions, but they're not going to allow this planet to be washed. We probably have one to many nukes on this planet. The major gosh when you think of the countries that have the capability. Annihilate this planet. Georgia's not just one too many one is it's too many one is too many. Yeah. Madness. Jim in Cleveland, Ohio first time caller. Hi, Jim, you're on what major Dame's. Yeah. I major. I'm pretty skeptical when it comes to remote feeling good. I don't. Reminds me of like say on and that type of thing. And you know, I mean, anybody could imagine something that they see. And I don't see any evidence of predictability, I mean. No, I completely agree with you. I would be the same as you. If I was listening to me, and you to the aren't the only way the only way to to convince people of the reality of this particular tool that your government spent more than twenty million dollars on is to learn it. That's the only way because it's so different. So it's very systematic and rigorous like playing the piano or any other skill, but that does no convincing, and I'm not gonna ever be able to convince you unless I can teach you, and then that's the only way then you'll be a convert. Let's go back to Jim to see if he had a question as well. Jim did you have a question too? Be hung up. I didn't mean them. That's my fault. No. That's okay. That's okay. He was just echoing his his his thoughts on you know, a lot of people. Are you got to be a skeptic? I if you're a sheep, if you if just the sheep and believe everything was a cult or evangelical, whatever man that's scary. Those people are scary. You need to be skeptical. There have been high tests of remote viewing groups, and they have tested remarkably high heavens, correct, especially my students. So what does that tell you? It it defies odds, and mathematics would say probability would say that this the that can't happen. Like that. The way I handle this is is this way, I need to find these children their bodies or the children one at the coordinates that you tell them. No, no, no. No. No. No, no. This is my fieldwork dry go. I do the view you go. That's correct. What you if you go to learn learn RV dot com into the community. You'll see the actual field work that I am involved in this month in December to find these child's remains do you go by yourself by myself? Yes. Oh, my God did by myself. I gotta tell you. If if you stumble across the body of a child, it's not stumbling George by that I mean won't the police look at you as a suspect on they know who I am. I mean Casaus psychic issues like that. No. I don't have to worry about that. That kind of the only thing that I I have to worry about certain cases because of the police are very grateful for my work is jealousies. Because if you have a detective that's been working case, and you just walk in and say here, it is then if you're in their knickers, and that is a very real syndrome that I've run into let's go to Wayne in Chicago, Wayne taken away. Hey, thank you Jewish. Yes. Dame's I've heard you're actually how you doing have you actually seen this planet? Call the blue planet x and it's so it does exist is it really headed our way. No, no. I we've we've reached researched this idea of number in and planet x as you might know this kill shot event has contaminant with it. Some type of a massive space body. I don't know if it's a comment or whatever that might be a candidate for this idea in the borough planet x, but no I don't have anything solid vis-a-vis that that search term. When you first started doing this was it outside of the military or did it all start for you in the military? Oh, no. No, no, no, no. I wasn't very very deep dark secret officer secretary of defense stop is targeting officer and intelligence where I.
Federal report criticizes FEMA's response in Puerto Rico
"From tropical storm, Gordon pounding the northern Gulf Coast National Hurricane center's Ed Rappaport says Gordon's wins topping out of just under hurricane strength. Aren't the biggest threat is the three to five foot? Storm surge in heavy rains rainfalls likely along the coast from where landfall location is to the northwest through the lower Mississippi valley where we could see four to eight inches of rain locally twelve inches of rain so flooding from both rainfall inland and storm surge along the coast is our greatest concern as Gordon lashes. The Gulf new federal study is out sharply. Criticizing femurs response to hurricane Maria last year in Puerto Rico. Jackie Quinn has more US government accountability. Office says there were
Duterte calls Hitler 'insane' at Israeli Holocaust memorial
"The September. Six minutes past the hour and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says he hopes supreme court nominee bright cabinet will test the waters to see if Roe v. Wade should be overturned Graham made those comments to Fox News Sunday. Of course, those comments came ahead of today's confirmation hearings. I hope he'll do if there's a case beforehand that challenges of our Roe v. Wade that he would listen to both sides of the story apply attest to overturn precedent. Preston is important. But it's not invalid I'm dying to see if he believes citizens versus United can be overturned. You're saying that you don't do his statement. For instance, the Senator Collins, I pro choice Republican that it's not a law means that therefore it can't be reexamined and conceivably overturn. It would be disqualified in my opinion, if he would. Not listen to both sides of the story. He will give great difference. I'm sure to Roe v way. But it can be overturned like every year the decision does he have the votes to win confirmation of the court. If he does well at the hearing, you will get my belief is fifty five or higher Gavin, of course, up to replace Justice, Anthony Kennedy, a swing vote on several social issues Republicans are confident he'll be confirmed. Tropical storm Gordon's continuing to strengthen it's expected to become a hurricane late today. When it hits the central US Gulf Coast, including coastal Mississippi, millions are are under watch or warnings from there. It's forecast to move inland. Over the lower Mississippi valley on Wednesday, Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency Monday. He said two hundred national guard troops will be deployed to southeastern Louisiana. The storm is expected to make landfall as a category. One. Hurricane a powerful typhoon blew through western. Japan Tuesday, causing heavy rain to flood the region's main off shore international airport and high winds to blow at tanker into a connecting bridge disrupting land and air travel and the storm was the strongest typhoon to make landfall in Japan since nineteen Ninety-three, according to the Kyodo News Service in the hard hit city of Osaka. High seas poured into cancer international airport, flooding, one of its two runways cargo storage and other facilities forcing the airport to shut down causing the cancellation of hundreds of flights. Iran's foreign minister said that terrorists must be purged from serious it live and the entire northwestern province. Must be returned to government control. Mohammad-javad reefs comments this week came as Syrian forces and their allies prepare for an assault on the last opposition stronghold in Syria. Now, President Trump on Monday sent a warning to Assad and his allies against a reckless attack saying. Quote, the Russians and Iranians would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy. Hundreds of thousands of people could be killed. Don't let that happen. A Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte who wants compared himself favourably to Adolf Hitler paid a solemn. Visit to Israel's national holocaust memorial Monday. Branding the Nazi leader as insane. The comments marked a turnaround forward to dare Tate who just two years ago compared his anti-drug campaign to the holocaust saying he'd be happy to slaughter three million. Addicts take also issued an apology of sorts to former President Obama who he called a son of a whore, sparking a new low in their nations long alliance..
N.H. beach hotel pushes back on CDC in Legionnaires’ testing
"Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time six, ten, tropical storm Gordon is taking aim at much of the south and southeast correspondent Jim Krasula tells us it's. Washing out the Labor, Day festivities in south Florida right now Jim Krasula hurricane and. Tropical storm watches are posted across the central Gulf as tropical storm Gordon continues to gather strength as much as a foot. Of, rain could fall across. Areas of the deep south and. Southeast flood watches, are up for parts of Alabama Mississippi Louisiana and Texas drivers around the metro New Orleans area are lining up to put sandbags in their trunks. In Saint Tammany parish a line of cars reached between twenty and twenty five vehicles long at times. The National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to move away from the southwestern Florida coach Post and. Reach coastal Mississippi and Louisiana by late Tuesday, it's expected to move inland over the lower Mississippi valley on Wednesday The New. Hampshire health department is demanding a Hampton beach hotel take immediate. Action after finding a potentially deadly bacteria in its water system WBZ Sheri small has an update after, a series of tests the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease, is traced to multiple. Places at the sands resort in Hampton beach New Hampshire bound within parts of the. Hotels water system including the hot, tub the hotel is now ordered to fix the problem and notify all of its guests the health department says. So far fourteen confirmed cases of legionnaires disease contracted in Hampton beach since late July one elderly person has died from it legionnaires is a bacterial pneumonia, contracted by inhaling droplets, of, water, contaminated with, the legionella bacteria symptoms which mimic pneumonia typically surface within. Two to ten days Sheri small WBZ, News Radio, ten thirty sports Tom Cuddy is. In the remote, as hticket dot com sports studio at TPC Boston in Norton Tom Red Sox winners in Atlanta Red Sox eight brave to for the. First time since joining the Red Sox. Won the method have. Two months ago in Kinsley retro factor three runs batted in Kinsley post. Game with WBZ radio sports anytime you contribute offensively is a. Lot of fun and you're winning games there's a lot of fun that's really it comes down to, comes down to wins if you're contributing on those winds, it's fine if you're. Not it's still fun Windsor fun Red Sox Kinzler Alex Cora believe it or not. Used to.
Trump blasts Sessions over GOP indictments ahead of midterms
"On Twitter. President Trump has a new attack on his attorney. General Jeff Sessions. The president is suggesting the Justice department put Republicans in jeopardy ahead of the midterms with recent indictments of GOP congressman. Chris Collins from New York and Duncan Hunter from California the president described the two as very. Popular and said to easy wins now. In doubt because there is not enough time he ended with good job Jeff President Trump did not. Address the charges against. The congressman just the politics Collins is accused of insider trading hunter with, spending, campaign money for, personal
"mississippi valley" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He is not touched by the hand of God with a four, seven forty that ain't touched by Hannah. God, four, four that's touched by the hand of God and all the other things. We talked about statistics tangible that you put down on piece of paper. So what is it well says work and to do Jerry one guy probably. Because he was touched by God, didn't get that ethic. Yup, that mode a I. I've seen it. You've seen it. We've all seen it. It's it's hot chick doesn't study. It's like, why do I need to study the phone's ringing every Friday night? I'm going out. I'll marry someone rich. I don't need to put this work in. Well, Jerry porter when that guy was in high school, he must have been a fee nam and the coastal can't afford to have you out with a broken arm learned to throw with your wrong hand, right? I don't know that any backup option. We have expanded he Virginia Tech or something. I'll try to figure out the other one went to Mississippi valley West Virginia, and she went to big football program and the other guy went to Mississippi valley, whatever. And. Uses no way you would see this coming. But Jerry went to a little school with a little program that probably didn't send a lot of players in the NFL and West. Virginia was big school. The big program that did send players are so and I'm sure porter was Phoenix when he was fourteen and everything for him is pointing to take foot off the exceleron her and just kind of coast on your God given ability and everything on Rice's side of the ledger is you better out work. Everybody out here all the time because you're gonna get caught from behind the I was as you say that the only question that keeps popping into my mind, how does one convince somebody with that much natural ability that they are destined for mediocrity if they don't work even harder and get even better than they already are? How do you even how does how does one wrap their head around that? How do you get past that? I is. It's insane because it's like taking the smoking hot blonde and go, you better stay home Friday night and study for the SAT's. Like I got a bunch of twenty two year old guys calling near like focus because one day you're going to be fifty and it's like I'm nineteen and I'm hot are seventeen, and I'm hot. And she was held back a great and there's no talking, there's no magic sentence. You can tell someone, you're amazing. You better work harder than everybody else. No and rally is if they started slamming heroin and chain smoking, they still be better than ninety percent of the athletes out there when they're twenty three. So it's impossible once in a blue moon, you get, you know, Jimmy Kimmel are Seth MacFarlane or Michael Jordan or something where they have like this crazy ability or LeBron James crazy Billy and this. And that's why they take over the world. Right? If you took. Jerry porter mixing with Jerry Rice. Then you'd have the greatest Puerto rice aronie ham sandwich. San Francisco, three. Got gotta tell the tale to Jerry's. No, you cannot that this is. It's like. Taking people that have money, kids that have money and explain them do not waste this value. This make a big deal or not. I don't know the Kleenex blow my nose twenty. Yeah, like it's impossible. It's really the only thing that works is your put in that situation. You know, you are poor and you have to understand the value of things and you're underachiever not underachiever, but you're slower than your smaller and you come from a smaller college and you're going to have to prove it every day. There is. No, I'm gonna put you in the life simulator, or we're going to go to the way forward machine and you can see what you're doing in twenty years. I, it doesn't work with the seventeen year. Old blonde doesn't work with Jerry porter who by the way on top of the seventeen year old blonde. When these in highschool. But it is the truth, man sense. All right. The tale of two Jerry's anytime you guys are looking for little motivation or inspiration look at that, and I was like, just again, I never tried. It tried to guard Jerry Rice, but try to guard your porter. Gosh, just crazy. He's a monster, although I did swap the ball away from him..
"mississippi valley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the mississippi valley to the mid atlantic to southeastern new england on wall street today the dow was up fifty five points you're listening to npr and this is wnyc i'm jamie floyd teachers in white plains have been flooded with emails instructing them how you leave their union the email blast came just hours after the us supreme court ruled against public sector unions requiring fees of nonunion members colleen wilson is reporter for lahud who spoke to teachers and union members receiving the emails the white plains teacher union president that i spoke to care mccormack lines she was out the prize at all emails direct teachers to my pay my say dot com which provides government workers step by step instructions on how to opt out of their union in all fifty states the site and the emails are from mackinac center that's a conservative thing tank which has received multiple donations from the charitable foundation started by u s education secretary betsy devos and her husband a guatemalan mother was separated from her children after crossing the us mexico border more than a month ago has started her journey to reunite with her children here in new york they're being cared for at center in east harlem wnyc's beth fertig was there yesterday when jenny kansallis garcia was released from detention in arizona she was crying a lot when they came out she kept talking about her children as she hasn't seen them in forty three days she couldn't wait to hug them again she had a few of their belongings she was cleaning to the knapsack she talked about some pretty horrendous conditions in the detention center like not being able to sour or brush your teeth there was no soap i mean not once in almost three weeks at the eib like detention center and beth will continue her reporting on the family tomorrow here on wnyc and new york drivers for ride hailing apps like uber and lift will get some health benefits starting sunday about forty three thousand drivers around the state will get vision care coverage as well as phone or video appointments with doctors it's paid.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Dakotas to the mississippi valley and the midwest and we're going to see numerous rounds here for the rest of the work week again is that the case has been for several days anywhere from albuquerque new mexico to lubbock texas dodge city and wichita kansas omaha to join and the surrounding communities so we'll see opportunities for showers and thunderstorms and of course you're going to be also need maybe an opportunity to head to the swimming pool trying to cool off over the next several days now they're talking about this is actually putting a bit of a strain on agriculture and people spending prolong time outdoors gotta stay hydrated make sure if you're gonna walk the dog welcome early in the morning or wait until the evening hours a lot of folks forget the fact that do you know how hot that pavement or asphalt gets if you don't want to walk out there in your bare feet and neither does your your canine friend the burn their paws on the hot pavement so and what else we got here elsewhere around the country the the cooling trend that we've seen in the northeast that's going to be kind of continuing for another week in the northeast they're talking it's going to be pretty much right on cue with the official arrival of summer on june twentieth you're going to start really beginning to feel the summer like heat right about that time so it's not unusual cool in the northeast we've got more on that coming up big weekend in the offing them as far as the horses and it looks like a storm is pretty much destined to bring rain development bark new york so we could very well be looking at a soggy third leg of the triple crown the storm will be the remnants of a complex of thunderstorms that's scheduled to affect part of the lower great lakes late friday and friday night according to accuweather elliot abrams sometimes these systems fall apart by the next day on on occasion they keep rolling along ultimately the exact track of the batch of showers and thunderstorms will be the determining factor for the northern extent of the rain coming up on saturday so belmont has a sandy consistency to the track now we mentioned earlier this week it's attracted does drain very well if you're gonna see sloppy conditions for the.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on WDRC
"Us great britain and france firing more than one hundred missiles at military sites in syria last night to degrade the assad regime's chemical weapons capability congressional reaction to the airstrikes house speaker paul ryan praised the united states military for taking decisive action in syria saying quote we are united in our resolve that assads barbaric use of chemical weapons cannot go unanswered senate democratic leader chuck schumer offering some praise saying quote a pinpointed limited action to punish and hopefully deter assad from doing this again is appropriate but the administration has to be careful about not getting us into a greater and more involved war in syria fox's mike emanuel on capitol hill it's mid april but people from the dakotas to michigan and as far south as kansas are either in or bracing for a big winter storm into the central and northern plains and that's going to spread east into portions of the upper mississippi valley so minnesota wisconsin into northern michigan all going to see some significant snowfall from the country road just marching art at the national weather service seventy seven years later victim of the attack on pearl harbor gets a final resting place in his hometown today seaman second class frank would was killed in the pearl harbor attack in nineteen forty one on board the uss oklahoma when it was torpedoed over four hundred were killed on that ship and the time twenty five year old would was one of those listed as missing the remains of the unknowns were buried in the national memorial cemetery of the pacific in honolulu but in two thousand fifteen some of the remains were zoomed and the navy contacted woods niece and nephew for dna testing that's how they identified woods remains he will be buried today with full military honors in franklin north carolina jessica rosenthal fox news new york i'm jack callaghan fox news radio.
Teachers in Oklahoma, Kentucky walk out, demanding higher wages
"The markets starting next week the week after that we'll really kick off the first quarter earnings report season and earnings for the first quarter looked to be very good so in terms of positive catalyst remember there's a slew of economic data that's been better than expected for the most part during the first quarter and i certainly think the first quarter earnings reporting season we'll stand out as a positive catalysts swedish music streaming giant spotify begins trading today but instead of an initial public offering its using the unusual direct listing no new stock is issued but insiders can start selling there's immediately tens of thousands of public school teachers in oklahoma and kentucky marched on their state capitals demanding higher wages and better classroom resources in frankfort kentucky elementary school teacher melissa sheets we are not something that you can't put at the bottom of the bucket we're not something that you can put lobbyists over we are the future i mean our students are the future and they need to find our future oklahoma teachers planning to continue their classroom walkout today at the state capital prompting the oklahoma city tulsa and other districts to cancel school for a second day forecasters are looking at it increased risk for severe storms today from the ohio valley to the lower and mid mississippi valley a potent lows tracking across the midwest threatening large hail and damaging winds but isolated tornadoes are possible through the evening at least fifty five people have died in illinois dozens hospitalized rather that is two people have died in illinois dozens have been hospitalized after using synthetic marijuana and then experiencing severe bleeding public health officials say fifty four people have been stricken in the chicago area and in central illinois with nine of the hospitalized people testing positive for a form of rat poison as well and the ceo of united airlines is in the crosshairs again but not for an airline problem the first coast news reports oscar munoz is accused of taking sand from public beach in florida to create protective dunes in front of his seven million dollar home videos heavy machinery scooping the sand from the beach and moving it in front of his house florida's department of environmental protection has summoned munos and his wife to a meeting with the state on the show bit about here to say the least thanks rasa coming up more options if you're flying cross.
Trump to rally for endangered Republican in Pennsylvania
"News this hour from town hall died com i'm val de loire president trump and the president of china's spoke on friday about possible progress with north korea after president trump agreed to meet with north korean leader kim jong moon to talk nuclear disarmament however can we trust north korea military affairs analyst bob mcguinness's monitoring them for compliance will have its challenges we go the that we era though we got people on the ground no more circumspect uh we can watch things down to a very small detail as long as we can see them we can monitor electronic transmissions bob mcguinness's a retired us army lieutenant colonel in military affairs analyst for the same them radio network the trump administration and the republican party pushing hard to win a special election in pennsylvania white house correspondent greg clugston as more when president trump holds a rally in moon township pennsylvania this evening it will be his second visit to the district of gop congressional candidate wreksa cone republicans are worried about possibly losing next week special election and have set in reinforcements vice president pence presidential daughter ivanka trump and white house counsel or kellyanne conway all have traveled to pennsylvania's 18th congressional district a region that extends from the pittsburgh suburbs to west virginia right clugston the white house utility crews they customers in the who lost power after wednesday's nor and should have power by this evening according to new jersey utility pse g they say workers are helping get the remaining two hundred thousand that have been left in the dark some power we while the risk of severe thunderstorms increasing in parts of the southeast courtesy of an area of low pressure that will strengthen as attracts eastward that could cause severe thunderstorms and hail and taxes oklahoma in the lower mississippi valley in light rain expected in the droughtstricken southwest this is town hall news make john and jiang their 55 years old and each have one hundred thousand dollars john brought a series of one year cds which earn less than eighteen hundred bucks a year but jiang had a different plan she put her hundred.
Cops: Hartford man drives stolen car to court to face stolen car charge
"The mama i all for guard joe man for the week nominee not good i do that too staple of our friday morning draped uh because they were buried in the email are absorb brain dead said debt but now we normally would not nominate a member of the of the military or a veteran but this guy can a deserved it chad horsely up admitting to authorities he wanted to make muslims bay police say horsely a former member of the us marine corps reserve targeted a convenience store in livingston perish he he thought it was owned by muslims allegedly posed as a police officer entered the shop on the 27th the february telling those in the business he was going to return and search their store for drugs he came back on march third drove is right it drove his white pickup right into the shop before drive it away police say someone claimed to be a witness called and said a man stolen atm machine that pulled out a gun more people tried to stop him but livingston perish share of tells wwl that it was actually horsely who called police and said he was a witness of the wild scene before later admitting that he actually committed the crime uh through the investigation we learned that he purposely did it because of his aide were muslims he wanted to make them pay for things that he felt happened overseas and things of that nature uh well the problem was the the store owners were not moslem to begin with in a for whatever reason there is a lot of people that get confused in this country with confusing seeks and moslems the advocate says to make one thing clear his family is seek not moslem nary there's nominee number one number two you know what we actually we touch on that story last evening so we won't have to rehash that that that was the dumbass who who went to court for ray here read on a stolen car but actually stole the car to get to court that day for that appearance and they've dug they ran the tag when he was outside the courthouse uh next stop davenport iowa not man accidentally shot himself while sitting at a car at a gun show police called the mississippi valley fairgrounds regarding a.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on WREK
"The british colonisation atlantic schork north america generations of settlers gained experiences as indian fighters also civilians in attacking scalp south anyone just walking down the road for money and this is all outside of any organized military institution so when you reach a socalled founding fathers not wanting standing armies in all they were not talking about not having joe it militias or sleigh patrols they were talking about standing worst fighting in europe anglofrench conflict may appear to have been the dominant factor of european colonisation a north north america during the eighteenth century but while large regular armies fought over geopolitical goals in europe angle settlers in north america waged deadly irregular warfare against indigenous nature shen and also against marooned nurse by the way uh slave mariners i'll get to some of that the minute much of the fighting drew the eight years settlers war for independence especially in the ohio valley in the great lakes region and western new york was directed against indigenous resistors who realized it was not in their interests to have an even more empowered close enemy of indian hating settlers with her own independent government as opposed to a remote one in great britain with wider global interests so pay allied with the british nor did the fledging fledgling us military seventeen 90s carry out operations typical of the state centered doors occurring in europe at the time even following the founding of the professional us army in the eighteen tens irregular warfare within candid was the method of the us conquest of the ohio valley great lakes south east and mississippi valley regions then west of the mississippi to the pacific including taking half of mexico counterinsurgency all the way down into the valley mexico seizing mexico city since that time irregular methods have been used in tandem with operations have regular armed forces the chief characteristic of irregular warfare is the extreme violence against civilians why do you think i have so many refugees in the middle east right now in this case the tendency to seek the utter annihilation pacification or removal of the enemy population in cases where a rough balance of power existed as the situation in virtually every front to your war until the first decade of the 19th century angloamerican settlers were quick turn to extravagant violence just as he saw in iraq most military historians ignore the indian wars from sixteen all seven to eighteen ninety as well as the eighteen forty six forty eight invasion and occupation.
"mississippi valley" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"South eastern asian nations north korean missile tests are likely to be a topic of discussion to tear taste said kim is playing with dangerous toys and his effort to build a nuclear missile capable of reaching the us and risks turning the region into an arid land the us air force successfully launched a ballistic missile from vandenberg air force base this morning the tests was planned becomes amid growing concerns over north korea's nuclear ambitions yesterday secretary of state rex tillerson sent a message to north korea we do not seek excuse who sinned our military north of the thirty eight th parallel but added the country is presenting an unacceptable threat to the united states secretary tillerson also renewed calls for china to push her conditions that can lead to talks with north korea in washington rachel sutherland police alabama say they've caught the last of twelve inmates who escaped from a jail over the weekend the walker county sheriff's office said 24yearold brady kilpatrick was captured yesterday evening they say the escapees duped a young jail worker by covering an idea number on a door with peanut butter apparently the jailer thought he was opening a cell door but was really opening a do dortha led to outside us secretary of agriculture sonny perdue is coming back to why with this weekend the department said yesterday he will visit the iowa ag's summit in des moines on saturday before heading the davenport on sunday the stop and davenport will be at the mississippi valley fair purdue is visiting four other states in the midwest to promote his back to our roots tour ledges stayed park near madrid is planning to spend a million bucks to fix their popular canyon road which was heavily damaged by a mudslide this year if the focal point in the park it's why we're one of the most unique they park date we wanna maintain that actor and keep it acceptable for all people that's park manager andy bartlett a pensacola florida coffee company has come.