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Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the
Nourishment for Mind and Body
"Dr Jerick Conrad. I want to welcome you to plan strong podcast. This is season two and season two Israeli about. Welcoming people at the heart of a hero and you know and reading up on you reading your book the fragile, mind. The beautiful introduction that was given. To me of you through our mutual friend Dr. Elizabeth linings. Yes I feel really. Really fantastic about having. A very open conversation with you and let me just frame it up right now for people because obviously right now in America we have. All these conversations that are going on around racism and Antiracism and I think it's really important bit you and I can have a conversation that will bring value. To this current narratives? and specifically, I'd like to have this conversation be more around kind of nutrition and health or lack thereof. Going on in this in this country at let let me also say Jerick that I know that you you are so well educated you're a intercultural sensitivity expert and I want to say up front that if I'd say anything that is inappropriate or you know like, Hey, dude, that was not cool I. Hope you'll call me on it and then and then helped me figure out the best way to say it or phrase it because I'm I don't even want to pretend like a nuanced or or or very good at this. Let me let me let you in on a little secret as we get more. Make these words expert. You gotta take that kind of stuff with a grain of salt you know. I am studying this stuff a talk a lot about it but you know all of us are still trying to learn as much as we can about human behavior. What makes us tick and why and so same here if I never abs you the wrong way I. Hope you say what's Eric? Louis. Feels like this what are you me? Because, we don't have these open conversations than We can't move anywhere and anytime you engage in some discussions when you start talking about things like race for instance a, it can get dicey for people but but I'm always willing to take that risk because I'm looking at toward the other side of it where we can all learn and grow together. So so don't be don't be worried about that. Good. So it's okay if we get a little uncomfortable, it just allows us to get more comfortable on the road ness, right? Absolutely. All right. Good. So I I WANNA just start out by. Just a little bit about you, and then I want you to correct me or go back if anything you know. I missed something to add something. So I and I think it's important that we say it is you're a black man right and start out and to start out. And to start out. Because a lot of people are just going to be hearing this on audio and not right. is that the correct way to refer to yourself when I referenced you? So I'm fine with African American with black I I'm I've I've really been trying to think about these labels and I'm really urging people to use you know American from. Descent. Something like that because I am in some ways, I think when you put something before American is serves as a little bit of an asteroid. And it almost subconsciously makes people think that that's a different kind of American. Of American not full American so I would prefer even though I'm the only person probably saying this right now I prefer that we move away from the Asian American or African American are you know Latin x American I prefer that we say you know American of African descent I want to emphasize the fact that we have that shared experience as Americans. But on a personal note, you know black whatever. Best. That's fine. Okay. Okay. You you grew up in east Saint Louis in what's what's considered probably the most distressed I think part of town in America. Probably said yeah, right. This had some challenges. Yeah and and I want you to talk about that You are like I said, you're incredibly well educated. You've got a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois. You have two masters degrees from Cornell University and you've got a doctor of education degree from the University of North Florida. Okay and I know you've got a lot more degrees that maybe you can tell us about but I'm GonNa stop there for now. You your family. Eat a whole food plant based diet absolutely and. We're going to dive dive into that. Is it fair to say that today are you the CEO and President of Conrad Consultant Group? Yes I am I am. So I still have I have the kind of consulting group also work a fulltime with an HR software company OATEN software that soon to Change Our Name, we've just merged with the KRONOS. So I'm the quote unquote thought leader I run the thought leadership group of for ultimate software where I get to delve into some of these issues around of nutrition. And Wellness and all of that as well. I spent twenty years as an HR practitioner So so this really gives me a chance to to go back to my roots and little bit with still think about these ideas and try to solve these. Really. Complex problems that we're we're still struggling with.
Miami - South Florida Farmers Hit Hard By COVID-19
"Here at home as a coronavirus continues to work read crisis Florida produce farmers are taking a massive hit with just weeks to go in south Florida's vegetable season Sam a curse CO has already destroyed seventy percent of his crop in homestead he says he's lost millions of pounds of produce in millions of dollars statewide it's gonna be millions and millions of pounds of produce and millions and millions of dollars tens of millions twenties of millions well he's an urban farmer in is been able to sell his remaining fruits and vegetables by the box load to the public but up above us that are starting their vegetable seasons up in north Florida it's devastating Carcillo is already planning for next season and hoping for the
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announces 'Safer At Home' order
"All new from governor understands he brought to his live press conference about an hour ago he announces the safer at home executive order it's a common set of rules for people staying inside and practicing social distancing in South Florida so it doesn't go for us it goes from Miami Dade Broward Palm Beach and Monroe counties and the governor announces a new executive order to help the state's response this does pertain to central Florida effective immediately retired law enforcement and health care workers can return to the work force and the governor also says Florida obtained more than two thousand more code nineteen tests those are the ones that produce results in forty five minutes most are going to sell for about five hundred to go into North Florida
"north florida" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Went from north Florida to South Florida from east Florida West Florida one of the fun and you know what what not much in the panhandle not so much although occasionally you know like you get you get these you know that there's anywhere where where five hundred Jews are within driving distance we will go you know yeah we're doing like Charlotte in a couple of weeks hello that's that's one thing like I would be areas that are like I'm like why would they booked me in this very wide area every black yes in the exactly well rusty yeah yup there comes a meet up will have a meet whatever getting there in the little ones come out totally and you know also David Allen are like seventy two and sixty nine respectively and it's kind of incredible for me to be the youngest guy in the room by like thirty ishe years arm that was something that I often experienced when I was younger I was usually around older people I was a roadie for the jazz drummer Elvin Jones for many years when he was in his seventies and you know it's my grandparents were work with mentors of mine and people are really close to the whole circle of friends and like the experience of soaking up knowledge experience wisdom from people much older than you is something I really value and it's incredible at my advanced age to once again be in that position you know to to like and also like I grew up reading Dave Barry's columns I grew up watching the stuff Allen wrote for Saturday Night Live so you know getting to work with them after all this time is incredibly disappointing our but you know it it's also fun you know like you know Allen's got stories about Henny Youngman you know like will sit you know like it's incredible these guys have been doing it for literally a hundred years combined so that's that's really fun and and writing humor is really fun you know so I kind of want to keep doing that no matter what else I'm also doing all the the last thing on asking that will open up to questions you know I'll see the question people ask me you know you you work in Hollywood everything is down there all the opportunities are down there why do you look refused to move out of the East Bay get a yeah I I nothing could make me live in LA.
"north florida" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We went from north Florida to South Florida from east Florida West Florida incredibly fun and you know what what right not much in the panhandle not so much although occasionally you know like you get you get the you know the there's anywhere where where five hundred Jews are within driving distance we will go you know yeah we're doing like Charlotte in a couple of weeks hello that's that's one thing like I will be areas that are like I'm like why would they booked me in this very wide area every black yes in the exactly well rusty yeah yep yep they becomes a meet up will have a meet whatever getting there in the little ones come out totally and you'll also David Allen are like seventy two and sixty nine respectively and it's kind of incredible for me to be the youngest guy in the room by like thirty ishe years arm that was something that I often experienced when I was younger I was usually around older people I was a roadie for the jazz drummer Elvin Jones for many years when he was in his seventies and you know it's and my grandparents were work with mentors of mine and people I was really close to the whole circle of friends and like the experience of soaking up knowledge experience wisdom from people much older than you is something I really value and it's incredible at my advanced age to once again be in that position you know it's it's it's like and also like I grew up reading Dave Barry's columns I grew up watching the stuff Allen wrote for Saturday Night Live so you know getting to work with them after all this time is incredibly disappointing but you know it it's also fun you know like you know Allen's got stories about Henny Youngman you know like will sit you know like it's incredible these guys have been doing it for literally a hundred years combined so that's that's really fun and and writing humor is really fun you know so I kind of want to keep doing that no matter what else I'm also doing well the last thing on asking that will open up to questions you know I see the question people ask me you know you you work in Hollywood everything is down there all the opportunities are down there why do you look refused to move out of the East Bay get a yeah I nothing could make me live in LA.
Trump rallies thousands in Las Vegas, says Democrats will have 'lots of problems' with caucus results
"Story president trump in Las Vegas last night ridiculing Democrats ahead of today's Nevada presidential caucuses you know the they say they're gonna have a lot of problems tomorrow I hate to tell you this have you heard I hear their computers are all messed up just like they were Washington is under Jim to process the caucuses are beginning in a couple of hours normally I would tell you to tune back in later this afternoon or this evening for the Nevada results but we're honestly not sure when the vote numbers will be released Democratic Party officials don't want a repeat of the Iowa vote count the Bakul so they will be extra careful evidently with today's results and I'm seeing a new poll by the university of north Florida it shows only Democrat Michael Bloomberg beating president trump in Florida all the other Democrats are tied or lose
"north florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"In north Florida deputies say the mother of a missing five year old Jacksonville girl is no person of interest in her disappearance she's not spoken since Wednesday she was the last person to see Taylor W. C. Brianna Williams it did stop cooperating the same day an amber alert was issued for the little girl our had couple things going on at the city council meeting on Monday we learn the city leaders will make a plan to sue several of pharmaceutical manufacturers for their role in the opioid epidemic Linda was also now one step closer to having hundreds of rental scooters on downtown sidewalks subversive to both passed at city hall yesterday in a pilot program the companies that currently provide electric bikes downtown will be able to add scooters writers will have to be eighteen or older in those scooters can only go up to ten miles an hour Florida law allows the scooters to be written on sidewalks and in the street the city play still I was many is eighteen hundred of the two wheelers on downtown streets Kevin reviews news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. your listing to the eight AM expanded news feed I Marcia Taylor we're bringing you fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials well this morning of the focus again on impeachment inquiry and it is the day before the Democrats in the house start their public hearings on the president's phone call to Ukraine the republicans' brief their members in a memo the talking points memo indicates that the Democrats failed to present any evidence of quid pro quo in the call police I professor Leonard started work the question is how the narrative will develop in these competing media ecosystems where conservatives and liberals are spinning out different story lines on what was actually said during these hearings exactly well that hearing get your attention to your care at this point you can always leave us an open Mike we'll try to get on the air later this morning new from overnight Israeli airstrikes killed a senior Islamic Jihad leader who Israel's military says was the mastermind of recent attacks on the Jewish state dozens of rockets were fired from Gaza into southern Israel today Syria says the IDF also attacked a terrorist in Damascus but misting killed his son instead a developing story now it's Mexico security minister says authorities have arrested suspects in the massacre of nine women and children earlier this month investigators say they believe that they were caught in the middle of a fire fight for territory between two drug cartels president trump's decision to end the daca program goes before the Supreme Court today and twenty seventeen the White House announced it was ending the program the provided temporary protections for legal immigrants brought to the U. S. as children they jockeyed over an outside the court trying to get a spot in the courthouse when we signed up for dock we trusted the government that what they were my permission we were giving them was gonna be protected we discuss a lot of information about our families and is this site's not only for us like this by includes them so that's why we're here and knew this morning president trump tweeting if the High Court overturns the Obama executive order on Dhaka he will cut a deal with them to allow doctor kids to stay governor Rhonda Sanders visits Orlando later this morning the governor will be arriving with the US department of transportation secretary Elaine Chao they're announcing the recipients of the build grants it stands for better utilizing investments the leverage development and grants money for difficult freight or passenger rail ways the event starts at ten fifteen at the UCF medical school at lake Nona Katrina scales news ninety six point five W. W. well you might see some extra security at one of our high today after the threat yesterday principal Doug got three sent out this message yesterday afternoon there was a threat posted on social media regarding our school six period today we immediately notified law enforcement and they are investigating he said extra security was added and all students and faculty were safe let you know if any details on the threats are released Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. devious well this is a feel good story a temple boy wants to take his message about teacher pay all the way to the White House the greater part for Williams offered his of offered her fifteen dollars of his birthday money because he thinks teachers are underpaid W. T. S. P. in Tampa caught up with the little boy and IRA well accept this gift hi Jess and packed on my staff and went up to her and said I have a gift for you and then showed her and she gave me Parker now says he wants to be president trump to discuss teacher pay because the president can make a difference well one dad is recovering from a scare after he fell from a Disney land bridge the dad was trying to show his kids that the bridge was safe on a wooden flat broke out from under his feet it happened on Sunday on the theme parks Tarzan's treehouse attraction the man was jumping up and down on the bridge to show us thirty it was when that one flat broke and he fell three stories well he was likely scared out of his wits the man wasn't injured it traction was shut down for the rest of the day re opening Monday morning lowly news ninety six point five W. T. B. L. or if any kids are driving in the car with their parents he'll get one here this those who hate eating vegetables may be able to blame her parents scientists say there could be a genetic reason instead of just being a picky eater they revealed a new study Monday at an annual meeting of the American heart association seems some people are sensitive to the bitter taste found in such veggies as broccoli cauliflower and Brussel sprouts reporter Brian shook says this new study finds that those people are three times less likely either veggies compared to those without the better gene good morning it's eight await your listing for eight o'clock expanded news feed here on his ninety six point five W. D. B. O. updated weather and traffic every six minutes the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning I've got it exciting at meteorological week this week Tom Terry good morning all right Joe big fall cold fronts on the way to move into the panhandle this morning moved through here by around say eight to eleven o'clock tonight depending on where you are in the listening area but a warm day today and a pretty good day that eighty five eighty six which is a slight chance for showers later on this evening and overnight tonight as a cold front passes by but after today it's going to be cooler down to the upper fifties to near sixty overnight tonight I'll be around daybreak in the morning tomorrow Wednesday's high with the shower early sixty nine that's it for a land of folks that we drop back into right around sixty Thursday morning but a quick warm up near eighty Thursday as rain is likely on Friday storm in the Gulf will be watching but as we head toward the weekend another long stretch of fall that'll take us all in early next week we've got lots of fifties at night and seventies and sixties even during the day the extent of five day forecast for times an hour I'm Tom Terry Tom now we've got lots of sunshine still little bit of fog though I think we're gonna get most that lifted off here in just a few minutes sixty seven at Orlando severe weather station safe and security triple team traffic hello at low Gerald delays continue on on four he's been approaching your twenty seven to five thirty two for about twenty seven minutes at a time for the brakes at five thirty six and twenty four minute drive time John used to a million still got that crash in my forties filler protein may love lord rightly block he got fillets back Lee road for a few minutes in that area that a tap the brakes and four thirty four checking the drive on I four westbound here's our ground four thirty for the mainland this Fairbanks the colonial life Aaron brown also heads up for a disabled vehicle stuck on traffic on Connelly road southbound at Hofstra got only blocks there at the.
Oklahoma police officer charged with murdering his own chief
"The strange story out of north Florida the Escambia county sheriff's office says the death of a police chief comes at the hand of one of his own officers Manford Oklahoma chief lucky Miller was found dead yesterday outside the Pensacola beach Hilton motel he was there for a long Forsman training conference when he got into an altercation with one of his men that escalated into violence that officer is now
Sunshine State Considers Banning Sunscreen Bans
"We told you last month about a proposal banning to popular chemicals in sunscreen will now the state Senate is working on a bill that would undo any such local regulations these chemicals really do affect our environment that's Orlando congressman Linda Stewart who recently filed a bill to prohibit the sale of some screens containing oxy Ben's own and often not safe but this new bill introduced by north Florida senator Robb Bradley would stop this kind of role Bradley argues he's worried people would stop using sunscreen altogether and that's on screen without those chemicals don't work as well I don't know really know where senator Adlai had received this information source says she's waiting on results from the FDA to see if oxy Ben's own is also harmful to
Special Counsel, Robert Muller And House Judiciary discussed on The Business Happy Hour
"After controversy surrounding who gets to question and how long they have to question the former special counsel Robert Muller will now appear before the house Judiciary an oversight committees on July twenty fourth north Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz talked about it on Trish Regan prime time house Republicans were told earlier today that Robert Muller would be delaying his testimony by about a week but that she would be extending the amount of time that he would be willing to testify so an additional hour of testimony but a delay Muller was originally slated for July
Stop Using Homemade Sunscreen Recipes You Found on Pinterest
"There's a new warning today about homemade sunscreens that are becoming popular on Pinterest report, put together by folks at nationwide children's hospital and the Brooks college of health at the university of north Florida shows nearly two thirds of pins for homemade sunscreen on the social media site offered insufficient. UV protection experts say the. Products are not regulated or tested for efficacy like commercial sunscreens. It's also considered critical to have affective UV protection with the ongoing rise and skin
Boeing 737 flight from Cuba with 143 people on board slides into river in Jacksonville, Florida
"A plane returning from Cuba slid off a runway in Jacksonville Florida late last night more from correspondent Christopher crews, a chartered Boeing seven thirty-seven carrying one hundred forty three people from naval air station. One ton of obey Cuba to naval air station. Jack. Seville Florida skidded off the runway last night into a shallow river, no critical injuries. Although some people have been taken to the hospital navy, captain Mike Connor is a spokesman for the base in north Florida is
Plane slides off runway into river in Florida
"In Florida say a charter plane carrying one hundred forty three people and travelling from Cuba to north Florida ended up in a river at the end of a runway Jacksonville news release from naval air station. Jacksonville says a Boeing seven thirty-seven arriving from naval station Guantanamo Bay. Cuba crashed into the Saint John's river Friday night. But no critical injuries reported the plane carrying one hundred and thirty six passengers and seven air crew. Members aboard the Jacksonville sheriff's office says the marine unit we sponsored to assist correspondent Andrew Stewart. The plane ended up in a shallow water and not submerged officials say everyone in the plane was alive accounted for
More possible graves found at notorious shuttered reform school?
"It. More graves where reform school once stood in north Florida CBS's Peter King from Orlando. Researchers thought they found the last of the unmarked graves four years ago, but workers doing pollution cleanup at the schools. Former sites say they may have found as many as twenty seven more after a survey with ground penetrating radar. Nearly one hundred boys are believed to have died. Under mysterious circumstances at the DOJ school in Marianna, Florida between nineteen hundred and nineteen Seventy-three university of south Florida. Archaeologists found fifty five sets of remains the last reinterred three weeks ago in Tampa, the governor has ordered state and local agencies to look into it. But the path forward isn't clear
"north florida" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"Chiquita Evans, Sean, well right before ever woman drafted into the NBA two K E league. Congratulations chiquita. And of course, a reminder, you can hear us on ITN's, Google play Spotify and over at seal and us media duck up bunch of venues to check out the podcast. Do we do it? Ryan. Do we start breaking down these conference tournaments? Yeah. I mean, no database here. But I think we'll be able to manage. He's here in spirit. We'll be doing a Thursday pod. Where we bring on the Dan base too. Yeah. I think we'll have to talk about the performance issues missing the podcast off the find out where he is. What was so important? You couldn't be here called me. All right. Let's do it. Let's talk about some of these smaller conferences that are kicking off do. Yeah. Let's do it. Sean. We'll start with the Atlantic sun. The Atlantic sun. Sorry couple of games have already gone down. But I'll read off the odds just set people up Florida Gulf Coast, plus four thousand already out lips come minus thirty five NJIT plus three thousand Jacksonville, plus our only five thousand they're gone, Kansas. Our do Kenny saw state plus forty thousand they're out north Florida plus fifteen hundred north Alabama plus forty thousand liberty to seven. So the semifinal is lips comb NJIT and the other one is north Florida. Liberty. Who boy I I wanted to save some of the fucks in my jar, Sean. So I zero for this one what the fuck I don't see updated odds, obviously, these are stale because the tournament did already start, and you know, Lipscomb they're making the tournament. We're gonna get to talk about them a big dance starts. Yeah. Whatever you can get lip scum. I mean, how do you pronounce it? It's just a hilarious word. Do you gotta if you can get them at mine under I would say minus four hundred under. I think it's a solid pet. Only once in the past six years is a team seeded lower than third made it to the championship. So look go Chok year, maybe north Laura's squeezes in but NJIT has no shot against Lipscomb. They're going to they're going to run it the championship games. Mark Steyn, lock it up. I love the you made notes for this shit. Yeah. Why not Lipscomb one last year? If you do that if they're all ready so back to back. I like it. Give me Lipscomb minus two eighty five. What color is their jersey? Sean blue. I guess purple. Okay. What do you think it is? All stay with blue. Okay. I guess I they are purple holy shit, yellow yellow and purple. Interest. I feel like I remember them from last year's show. Exciting Atlantic sun break down the book. Oh, big south. Okay. Big south. What are the ads here today? Campbell plus fifty Radford plus two hundred win Thorpe, plus three fifty Gardner Webb eight hundred high point plus fifteen hundred Charleston, southern plus eight hundred Presbyterian, plus fifteen hundred Hampton plus eighteen hundred Longwood plus.
"north florida" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To north Florida. There are freeze warnings in effect this early Tuesday morning and after yesterday's big snow in Boston. Let's find out where there may be more with AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr won't have much snow to worry about. Although there will be some snow showers from Michigan eastward into northwestern portions of Pennsylvania and western New York state, and there can even be some lake effect. Snow still in western New York state. Those areas are going to have a small accumulation perhaps up to six inches east of Lake Ontario for the most part though, as those snow showers roll through that is ability could drop and accumulations can be on the order of a coating to an inch. We're also still looking at at least some snow in the mountains of the west although temperatures, especially in the northwest. At least beginning to moderate a little most of this next storm coming into the west as going to be in the form of rain in California for today with some lighter amounts of rain up into Oregon as well as mountain snow as we head through this afternoon and emptied tonight. Heavy mountain snow will be found throughout the cascades. And the Sierra temperature wise is where we're going to be having most of our brutal weather for today. Highs are only going to be in the teens for a good chunk of Montana east of the mountains. And that's going to spread down into portions of Wyoming, eastward across the Dakotas and into and Minnesota as well as Wisconsin and all the way over to Michigan. In fact, highs in the teens can reach all the way over into New York state and northern portions of New England. That's the nation's weather nine AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. Mystery surrounding the one point.
"north florida" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Burkhart back in for north Florida. Let's set the group on the floor is for north Florida day Brian copy, a new man in Snowville, Georgia. Along with work cler. Escobar? And Sam Stockman hits the free throw his first points tonight. Minnesota by six he'll have a second free throw. It's Murphy calcium stall Stockman and coffee for Minnesota Stockman. Second free throw is also good. He put them both through Minnesota matches its largest lead of seven twenty two fifteen and here's a little three quarter court press for the gophers the past comes to Escobar's the free throw line fatally shot good. No hecklers had a good look here. He has three in his twenty two seventeen three points to go along with four rebounds and two blocks stuff in that stat sheet. He averages double double. He's their leader in points and rebounds. Here's a trapping zone. Murphy gets their lives. Download who Stockland who missed a layup. And then Stockman commits the follow on work lawyer who is trying to get the rebound. Mott's Madden who sell for not finishing that. It was all the right idea. He just didn't put the two footer in on the line. He'll come to the bench. To rue in. Was a good. Look there's fence. Yeah. He's got to get that wanna go. A near turnover on that press. They get into the paint Escobar with a shot that is blocked. It was day the shot that was blocked after pass from Escobar. Offensive rebound. Kick left side today today with a cross-court pass to Escobar JT Escobar, Tallahassee Florida old miss transfer gets in deep. The ball is tipped goes into the back court still loose. There's two seconds on the shot clock. And it goes out of bounds. And it'll be a shot clock violation in the back for good defense by the golden gophers did a good job of denying the passing lane. And the ball was deep in the corner. And he got a finger on it invite doing so was able to cause the deflections. And then it was just a race to the loose ball short shot clock. Minnesota's gonna get it stall inbound to coffee seven minutes to go in the half. Minnesota by five twenty to seventeen Cal who is scoreless. Tonight has the ball stripped away. All is now rolling away and Murphy tracks down another loose ball. He'll lobbyists. Trying to get up to cough. Amir looks and says his little tall. They could be the look in a little miscommunication the ball sailed into the cheerleaders down there. Murphy and coffee still having a disagreement about what that should have been. I think koffler Murphy believes coffee should have gone up caught it and dumped it, and I think Amir saying I needed to be too tall Jones to do that. Although he's probably taller than Ed. Too tall. Jones. On the wing right side. For north Florida. This is Brian Coffey picks up the dribble and a good given going and easy bucket. For trip day. He has four in a row, and it's twenty two nineteen. Minnesota's leads been cut to three with six and a half to go here in the first half. On the wing right side is coffee. This is the gophers coffee kicking into the corner counter. There's an open look three it's short well short or to rule hustles for the rebound saves it in to counter who then tripled it off of his shin and out of bounds turnover. Minnesota and nor forty gets it back limping a little bit as Otaru gophers were little concerned about Daniel member. He tweaked that ankle and didn't finish the game on Saturday. He was getting attended to on the bench. And there was some wonder whether he would play tonight or not he started. Now he's hobbling to the bench stock, but will come in for him. You did a nice job saving that rebound. Landed a little awkwardly. Any roller? Turn of the ankle. We couldn't we couldn't see the end of the replay. He kind of went out of the screen. I don't know if he stayed on the floor trying to put the brakes on. A that ankle. But the ball is burkhart is to now though, reset a three here tight for the ospreys Brian coffee with it on the right wing for north Florida waiting for a pick and roll at work last time, this time the gophers shut it down past comes down to a amino. He's working on Murphy. Pivots once twice the shot rims out. Murphy the rebound gets to Washington. They'll for one ahead to stall on the right wing bouncing download to Mercer who got it stripped away. But a foul called if they give him free throws here. Oh, yeah. They will give all Mercer a couple of free throws. This follows on. Sam Phil Mercer just one of five from the free throw line this season. Thanks to make the one make he banked it in right in Vancouver. If memory serves me correct that one short. He's one of six now the year. All kinds of raw tools for young Jarvis. Oh, Mercer from orono as soon as he's zeroes in on some of the more fine tuned basketball skills to go in with the Roskill Spencer the sky's the limit rate. Got a long way to go. From a basketball player. Perspective, certainly has all the tools and intangibles. Here's a three by grinder hor cler in the corner missed it an air ball. In fact, stall tracks down the rebound for Minnesota five four Washington pass. Download a Murphy wall fake wants slam dunk. Jordan murphy. That one down. He has four and that's our I don't get a game sponsored by UPS working together to achieve great things. That's problem solving. Visit UPS dot com. To learn more UPS, a proud sponsor of gopher basketball. Here's a foul. Ceo Washington on a little secondary. Triple sam. Sam's at is was going to the basket, and he'll go to the line is air his. One shot attempts in ten minutes to play more of a facilitator in this game. And that's got to be the role that he needs to embrace. He's not going to be the point guard that comes out scores fifteen or twenty game, although he's capable that. But that's not his game. He's got create if Acilitator first teammates is the first free throw. Goodbye. Sam's twenty-five twentieth. Sam's first points of the night. He's been streaky this year just twenty five percent from three but three of eight in the last two in the last game. In fact, he was three of eight and scored twenty be hit them both. He has to when he's cut the lead to four twenty five twenty one Minnesota. Gophers trail by as much as three early in this half built a lead to seven a couple of times right now. It's four Washington into the paint. Kick out Murphy, he wants to drive working to the left lock spins around his men passes out front for coffee with tend to shoot a mere crosses over into the paint. Leans in got fouled. He'll go to the line. Gophers have done a nice job this year getting to the free throw line. A lot of times the analytics pencil tell you frito percentage is important but the bit number to look at his amount of trips to the line the more tricks you make the more points. You get obviously the higher percentage helps to.
Tropical Storm Michael could hit Florida as Category 2 hurricane
"The Florida panhandle is bracing for a late season. Hurricane. Tropical storm Michael is heading north from the Caribbean and could make landfall in north Florida by Wednesday evening. We're expecting two to four inches of rain in some areas might see five inches of rain. Tropical storm Michael bring dangerous storm surge too, many years even those outside the path. Governor Rick Scott is sending out the alerts to coastal communities. A hurricane warning could be posted today. Hurricane watch in effect for the big band and panhandle areas. The hurricane
"north florida" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Code Saif. Twenty. Missing persons or you're walking or driving in Seattle krizner on Texas, or bracing. Man, listen, I'm an hour and a half into the Michael Medved Show. This should have been one of the first words out of my mouth middle Atlantic states down to north Florida bread milk told the paper or brace and get out get ready for just coverage on top of coverage and properly. So this thing for hurricane Florence as amped up to a category. Four, and it appears to have it's just dead set on the Carolinas. I grew up in the in the suburbs of Washington DC. Prince George's county, Maryland, and we'd get out to ocean city and Bethany beach Delaware and that whole Delmarva peninsula as it's not. And it may not be spared of this. This thing starts to barrel north end and that that's that's a serious situation. But Fred outs, very much the Carolinas in places, like rights, Ville beach and Wilmington and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. These magnificent little communities nags head and kill devil hills and Mandio it's just so so beautiful, and it's so fragile. It's this little string of land there in the Outer Banks as the name suggests and they're just making people get out. And I I know there are some folks who won't I'm I I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's a talk show topic for for for them and for the rest of us. I if they if they often wonder I mean, I live in Texas, we get tornadoes, and we don't get much notice that they're coming. If if I've got a beach house, and I'm in that beach house, and it's Florida or north. Carolina or somewhere in the Caribbean. And and they simply say, I mean, can they make you leave your house? The sorta guest you ever, I guess what? Nope. It's my house. I'm staying and I completely get that. I understand completely the mindset that says, this is my home. I'm staying there people that will wildfires in the fires are licking at the house of. Nope. I'm staying. I don't know. But I tell you what let's do whatever we might do. There are people who are faced with that decision. Right now. Let us lift up a good collective prayer for them and for fellow Americans along the Atlantic coast as everybody braces for Florence. So we'll see what see what happens and Lord knows will hear an enormous amount about it. And if the time comes where they need our help. I mean governmental do what government will do and hopefully it'll be competently handled. But then it'll be time for us to to donate to the Red Cross or to mobilize. If you're listening, you know, within one hundred miles to you know, to get an loaders and flatbed trucks full of water or whatever. Sometimes when we see the worst of nature, we see the best of America. And so I just want this thing to fizzle go down to category one maybe tropical storm, it'd be nothing. More than a good harsh rainstorm there along the Carolinas doesn't look like that's going to happen. So we go in the flow chart to the next block and get ready for whatever may be necessary to to help out our fellow Americans already..
"north florida" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Larry elder turns out, the magic moment that Cory Booker was talking about didn't even exist that secret unpublished papers that he talked about had already been authorized for lease the Bron James if he would live close to dislike white people. Yes. Who's taking credit for the Trump economy Obama who gave us the worst recovery since the second World War. I like that. You gotta have on the next. Larry elder show. Larry elder, weeknights at ten on the patriot. Missing persons or the you're walking in LA or driving in Seattle or krizner on Texas, or bracing. Man, listen, I'm an hour and a half into the Michael Medved Show. This should have been one of the first words out of my mouth middle Atlantic states down to north Florida bread milk told the paper or brace and get out get ready for just coverage on top of coverage in properly. So this thing flirt Kane flights as amped up to a category. Four, and it appears to have it's just dead set on the Carolinas. I grew up in the in the suburbs of Washington DC. Prince George's county, Maryland, and we'd get out to ocean city and Bethany beach Delaware, and that whole Delmarva peninsula as it's known, and it may not be spared. If this thing starts to barrel north end, and that's that's a serious situation. But for an ounce very much, the Carolinas and places like rights, Ville beach and Wilmington and the Outer Banks of north caroli-. China's magnificent little communities nags head and killed L hills and Manlio, and it's just so so beautiful, and it's so fragile. It's this little string of land there in the Outer Banks as the name suggests and they're just making people get out. And I I know there are some folks who won't I I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's a talk show topic for for for them and for the rest of us, if they if they often wonder I mean, I live in Texas, we get tornadoes, and we don't get much notice that they're coming. If if I've got a beach house, and I'm in that beach house, and it's Florida or North Carolina or somewhere in the Caribbean. And they simply say I mean, can they make you leave your house? The sorta can I guess do you ever? I guess what? Nope. It's my house. I'm staying and I completely get that. I understand completely the mindset that says, this is my home. I'm staying I mean, there are people that will wildfires within the fires are licking at the house of. Nope. I'm staying. I don't know. But I tell you what let's do whatever we might do. There are people who are faced with that decision. Right now. Let us lift up a good collective prayer for them. And for our fellow Americans along the Atlantic coast as everybody braces for Florence. So we'll see what see what happens and Lord knows will hear the enormous amount about it. And at the time comes where they need our help. I mean governmental do what government will do and hopefully it'll be a competently handled. But then it'll be time for us to to donate to the Red Cross or to mobilize. If you're listening, you know within a hundred miles to to get. Loaders and flatbed trucks full of water or whatever. Sometimes when we see the worst of nature, we see the best of America. And so I just want this thing to fizzle go down to category one maybe tropical storm, it'd be nothing. More than a good harsh rainstorm there along the Carolinas doesn't look like that's going to happen. So we go in the flow chart to the next block and get ready for whatever may be necessary to to help out our fellow Americans already..
"north florida" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Domesticated dodge is a registered trademark of FCA US LLC. Larry elder is coming up at three now. Back to Michael Medved, an eight sixty a m the answer. or the walking in L A or driving in Seattle or krizner in Texas or bracing mad. Listen, I'm an hour and a half into the Michael Medved Show. This should have been one of the first words out of my mouth middle Atlantic states down to north Florida bread milk told the paper or brace and get out get ready for just coverage on top of coverage and properly. So this thing came Florence as AMT up to a category. Four, and it appears to have it's I just dead set on the Carolinas. I grew up in the in the suburbs of Washington DC. In Prince, George's county, Maryland, and we'd get out to ocean city and Bethany beach Delaware, and that whole Delmarva peninsula as and it may not be spared in this. This thing starts to barrel north end and that that's that's a serious situation. But Fred outs, very much the Carolinas in places, like rights, Ville beach and Wilmington and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. These magnificent little communities nags head and kill devil hills and Manlio, and it's just so so beautiful, and it's so fragile. It's this little string of land bearing the Outer Banks as the name suggests and they're just making people get out. And I I know there are some folks who won't I I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's a talk show topic for for for them and for the rest of us. And if they if they often wonder I mean, I live in Texas, we get tornadoes, and we don't get much notice that they're coming. If I've got a beach house, and I'm in that beach house, and it's Florida or north. Carolina or somewhere in the Caribbean. And they simply say I mean, can they make you leave your house sorta can I guess do you ever? I guess what? Nope. It's my house. I'm staying and I completely get that. I understand completely the mindset that says, this is my home. I'm staying I mean, let's let their people that will wildfires in the fires are licking at the house. And Nope, I'm staying. I don't know. But I tell you what let's do whatever we might do. There are people who are faced with that decision. Right now. Let's lift up a good collective prayer for them. And for our fellow Americans along the Atlantic coast as everybody braces for Florence. So we'll see what see what happens and Lord knows will hear an enormous amount about it. And at the time comes where they need our help. I mean governmental do what government will do? And hopefully, it'll be competently handled. But then it'll be time for us to to donate to the Red Cross or to mobilize. If you're listening, you know within a hundred miles to to to get. End loaders flatbed trucks, full of water or whatever. Sometimes when we see the worst of nature, we see the best of America. And so I just want this thing to fizzle go down to category one maybe tropical storm, it'd be nothing. More than a good harsh rainstorm there along the Carolinas doesn't look like that's going to happen. So we go in the flow chart to the next block and get ready for whatever may be necessary to to help out our fellow Americans already. Telephone number is one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six one eight hundred nine five five one seven seven six Mark Davis in for Michael Medved, so quick tip. If somebody at your company, if you're on you're on TV big time TV show, big time morning show and an enormous figure at your network has turned out to be a dreadful person in terms of metoo violations. Do us a favor don't beat us over the head with how hard it is for. You is what we got from the today show on Matt. Lower. And this is what we got some of on CBS this morning. Oh, so difficult for us to cover this. You wanna know difficult. I'll tell you what's difficult difficult as being a woman and have less moon vez four she to do unspeakable things to him in an office in nineteen thousand nine whatever. That's terrible having to talk about it on TV not so terrible. All right. So so spare us that. I understand that. It's awkward. It's it's it can't be your favorite day after to report on something horrible done by an iconic person where you work someone who you probably know, I totally get that. But let us emotes in that way for you. Don't beat us around the add on what a tough day, it is for you. Right. So anyway here on CBS this morning. Here's donald. Let let's let's do them in rapid succession. I is about thirty seconds talk about the whole less phenomenon. This is hard for everybody at CBS news. I haven't talked about this before. Because when you think about it. I think the most powerful speedy executive in America has now resigned in the wake of this movement. And he's my boss or he was my boss. And so that makes it really hard to comment on it. Less has always treated me fairly and with respect. So it's been for me. It been another sleepless night thinking about this the pain that women feel. The courage that it takes for women to come forward and talk about this. This is weird. That's exactly what I was talking about by the way. You know, I also know if it's a friend of yours and associated yours. Someone you admire and it's out they've done dreadful sayings. You're you it makes you wanna thank Eric say. Well, he always treated me with respect. Good for you Nora. That's kind of like, well, I know OJ he never killed me. I mean, you know, pardon nightclubs egaldey or it may be a perfect analogy. I don't know. All right. Here's Nora Nora. And or John Dickerson here they got. There is no excuse for this alleged behavior. It is systematic, and it is pervasive in our culture. And this I know is true to the core of my being women cannot achieve equality in the workplace or society until there is a reckoning and the taking of responsibility. So I'm really proud to work here. CBS news. This has hurt morale. But they are really really good people that come to work every single day as journalists. I'm confident that the truth is gonna come out because this is being investigated. There are two prominent investigations going on some really good, lawyers, and this has to end and the story will continue I was talking to somebody this week. And I'm very close to something. Like this happened to them thirty years ago. It still stays with her not only the feeling in the moment. But the powerlessness afterwards. And I are has that come to an end. I mean, nothing nothing ever comes to an end their vestiges of bad things. They can remain even after the culture after society after the law has taken just about every step it can. But I I gotta tell you. I I would suggest that corporate men powerful men maybe more than a few women. What we have our Gento did Lord knows what to that seventeen year old. Boy, this is not ninety percent. Ninety ninety nine percent one way street. But anyway, we got to the point here where we're this is on its way to being extinct if so then that is the desired effect. I mean, if let's take somebody who's a powerful CEO who may have done a few things over the years. Nobody knows about it. Those people are terrified right now. Because you just never know when the next wave of news is going to come out. But at the very least, maybe somebody is gaining power just entering a situation where maybe just maybe they might be able to exert that kind of pressure on some female coworker on someone working for for those people in four in the those people's fear. I think right now compared to just a couple of years ago. A no way people are gonna try to pull stuff because you can't get away with anything anymore, and that's good. And that's good that we've reached that point. Isn't it? Right. Your thoughts. Please your thoughts. One eight hundred nine five five one seven seven six there's some things you might have heard of. But you haven't actually heard did your David Hogg off such a weird rant. The Michael Moore had to pull a microphone away from him. We got it for your next Mark Davis in for Michael Medved. Stick around. Mypillows now, offering.
Florida, Nebraska and New York discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"One hundred targets had been, arrested you know some of those people will be taken federally course but we. Do different things like that to make sure everybody can have an enjoyable last, Labor Day weekend seven, people were killed and thirty five others injured in shootings Nancy hardy for. CBS news Chicago WBZ news time three twenty a conservative Catholic. Diocese in Nebraska is facing a wave of, sex abuse allegations church leaders insisted for years they were doing nothing wrong and refuse to comply with annual audits enacted in the wake of the two pedophile priest scandal in Boston accusers have come Forward in recent weeks with. Allegations of abuse by clergy in Nebraska which could lead to, a criminal investigation critics say, the diocese of Lincoln Nebraska's now. Paying the price for its unwillingness to change as well as a lack of, transparency accused child rapist is. In custody in Brooklyn New York following a very public arrests angry mob yelling rapist as the NYPD cornered the suspect in a child. Rape in Brooklyn It was crazy the crowd screaming and yelling, get him get him the suspect in eighteen year old man is accused of raping an eleven year old girl after climbing. Through her bedroom window last week police able, to track, them down using surveillance video, the crowd, cheering as he was taken away in handcuffs everybody was happy giving high fives Cops they will. Happy that they got the eleven year old girl was taken to a hospital. In stable condition Montereau Veira ABC news New York WBZ. News time three Twenty-one alligator attacks are up in Florida, and now we're learning, what's behind the increase scientists at the university. Of north Florida say alligator attacks have been on the rise over. The past forty five years, used to, be, people would get bitten about six times a year now, that numbers risen to. Ten researchers are wondering why. So they looked at a whole, list, of, possible reasons, temperature rain the environment but, they've determined, none of that, is, responsible what is us humans as population and development of increased in Florida so to have alligator attacks wildlife officials say if you live near a body of water. In Florida there's, a good chance. There's a gator in there, you should, be aware. Of it Sherry Preston ABC news WBZ news time at three twenty two the romantic comedy crazy rich Asians is still doing. Crazy good, at the box office sets at the top for. The third straight week with estimates showing it could make. Another thirty million this holiday week Weekend just crazy rich told me the Prince William really Harry Following, Jumanji welcome to the, jungle Black Panther and avengers 0. War, crazy rich Asians is the fourth film this year to top the box, office three weekends in a. Row Oh it. Began more than half a century ago, and next weekend the Star Trek franchise will receive a big award National Academy of television arts and sciences plans to honor, star track during these September. Eighth creative arts ceremony the award will be presented to CBS television studios the. Show first produced by desolate ran for only. Three seasons on NBC starting in nineteen sixty six the franchise would eventually spun around seven hundred. TV episodes and thirteen big screen motion pictures does loop president Lucille ball greenlighted the. Series that she I thought was about an aspiring actress trying to. Make it in Hollywood that's, John Jeffreys reporting past, recipients of the governor's award include..
The investigation continues in Jacksonville mass shooting
"Sky here in New York City WCBS. News time. Four fifty investigation continues into a mass shooting at a. Madden NFL video, game tournament, in north Florida and an FBI official and Baltimore confirms at agencies searching the family home of the man of thirties believe was behind Sunday's deadly shooting. At a pizza parlor Jacksonville landing riverfront mall three people are dead including the
"north florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To get kicked, into a higher gear I'm watching a front that has been kind, of? Wafting to north Florida stuck around Jacksonville early this morning it will, drift a, little bit. Farther south and be still north of central Florida. But be in a position to. Give us a higher rain, chance all, that moisture likes to kind of get crowded up against that. Front. And we're going to be on the wet side so rain chance forty percent today Sixty percent. Rain chance for Friday afternoon and evening Saturday afternoon and evening. And still a fifty percents storm coverage on Sunday and we'll slowly, bring a rain. Chance down to about forty percent by Monday but Orlando is still. Well above average rainfall for the year and we're going to continue to see this kind of active afternoon. Seabreeze pattern each day through the weekend we could pick up one to two inches, of rain depending on where the heavy downforce setup they extended five. Day forecast four times an hour from channel nine I'm chief meteorologist Tom. Terry Tom it is partly sunny now eighty degrees. At our Landau, severe weather station SafeTouch Security triple team traffic with got a red alert. Now if you're coming, in, from, say the beaches towards downtown Orlando you're gonna problem on the four away Westbound backup Don't wanna pay the that you might want to consider using colonial Horley conquer hill? Instead what and just a quick note if you're heading up, to colonial you don't wanna take Goldenrod 'cause there's a crash on Goldenrod at. Colonial now westbound slowdowns past Dirksen on.
"north florida" Discussed on Don Talk
"But it's just the strange things that you will see in South Georgia. So I have a question for you. I'm curious if you live in South Georgia, north Florida, whatever. What is the? What is the strangest thing that you've actually seen on the road. That is still considered normal because of where we live, or if you're listening to this and you live in another state, what is the the strangest thing that you've seen on the road, but is still considered somewhat normal, like a man on a lawn mower just traveling down the road Fano pair raisin. Oh, let me know. I I'd I'd love to. I'm led to hear some of your responses in the way you can do that is you can send me an Email. The Email is d. t. r. at Don talk radio dot com. You can call and leave a voicemail or you can send a text to two nine seven nine six, four zero zero. Nine. Follow the show on Twitter. We are at the Don talk show on Twitter and on Facebook. It's at Don talk show. I wanted to try to get those the same, but I couldn't as just the way it is. I'm on Twitter at Don Adkison and that's also my handle on Instagram love to hear from you. What's the strangest thing you've seen on the road in your lifetime of where you live, but yet it's actually just commonplace and accepted. Lemme know I'd love to hear frame. So until next time. Take care guys.
"north florida" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Deal? With the smell, I'm so. Sorry what about the honors Did you see any. Of those other dead yeah. The fact that it's killing dolphin any that, we we all love dolphins for crying out loud and well sharks and. There are so. Many Tarpon and barracuda That's a heart song You know you had to turn around and go get brunch in a different spot somewhat more palatable than the charter captain who lost, a couple of charters but everyone suffers in their own way and your suffering is no, less. Important than. Has sir thank you Saint stay strong seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five the whale shark was in Santa Bella, island. Is, where where it came behind. Santa bell captive one of the most beautiful, treasures of our state if you've never been don't go now but I, throw the recommend when and if all of this gets taken care of you go down there and visits beautiful well that's the thing you learn not only does the red tide itself smell but then you have all the dead fish on the shore thousand thousands just cooking in. The hot sun is literally turning the entire area and just nastiness and there are people who still have to go, work and live down there to say every day every there are lifeguards who? Probably have to sit on. That beach. With that stench of now fortunately you don't have the stench of the, tourists to go along with it because there are fleeing to back home but so now how about that governor declares a state of emergency about that I think we're headed there some areas it may, be considered a state of emergency down south there that way my man who's a fishing, cart. Captain can Submit for lost revenue. And I believe he be compensated by FEMA does that mean there's no, tolls when they do a state of emergency Oh that's? Unfortunate, I just. Got hit by a hundred, bucks for a son pass Alex passes working for a long time the hell you've been going well I do I do that. Prepaid thing but I've been reading all this stuff about sun pass and how people are so pissed off because of their shoddy accounting procedures I just saw one, hundred bucks come out and I went going on their, son passes, a scam because I get a Bill, for twenty five dollars every month and I'm. Pretty sure that I never used a tall but I I believe that. More than. Me. Go I. Guess I. Went through here multiple times sometimes you're on, a toll, road that doesn't feel like a toll road it is yes go ahead governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in seven Florida counties and that was back on July ninth due to the algae bloom caused. By the discharged from lake Okeechobee? Spread, that. On up? To Sarasota county in, Pinellas county just to be a little prolapse. Scott for Senate is that what he's going for thanks Matt what's up Did you grab a live yours madman are actually caught a little bit ago and I told you I. Work six to six and a? Person, control. Fertilized fertilizer Oh sure yeah I. Remember that well I gotta actually, a letter today an article about the algae blooms and the big sugar place and it's actually not all from the. Big sugar even though it's easy to blame it's actually a lot from residential homes and all. The fertilizer that they're putting on the grass to keep it green and we actually have something to to, really, make the grass greener and and a lot better. But it is so high in nitrogen and phosphate that is actually blacked out right now to help that oh but most of it. When they wanted the grass and then when all the rain comes and goes down. The range drains and goes? Out into the ocean with all that nitrogen stuff, and then a lot, of the north north Florida storm drains lead into oak Toby So a lot of that nitrogen and all the algae blooms. That's where they all come from but it's not just that big sugar place it's a lot of these. Residential, homes all right let's blame them to blame everybody. None of it's going to help seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five and eight hundred seven seven one zero two five getting. Some information on Twitter so take it with a grain of salt if you will But and I and. I totally. Forgot this by the way thank. You chevette for reminding me sharks are immune to the cancer virus if they can die from. This red tide Bs then I think we all can very. Very scary always forget the sharks can't get. Cancer now I Well how, we. Translate. That into humans are they die the red tide I believe there. Apex predators although a Goliath grouper will take out a smaller shark I don't know if you're familiar with how big a, glide grouper is take out a short, is that. What used to be called the yeah. Okay just Get my fish facts together yes it used. To be called something very insensitive where's the? Chosen. People. And They no. Longer, call it they call it the Goliath grouper. What they call it? John You remember, yeah, I know yeah yeah I mean I don't feel comfortable is. That, you could say say fish at the end of that. Term on its own. Derogatory well people have asked that many times it's all about context it's all about tone. You're best off just adding the ish to the end of ju- to make it Jewish it's not gonna hurt. You to say Jewish and. Ju just does not have a, nice sexy ring to, it Hey what's up my Jew. Or it's like oh yeah he's a Jew see there's a difference big difference what about like I love juice That's right in the middle, I'm, not even sure I? Believe you John, I I, couldn't even fabricate. An issue with the. Jewish person. To what do? What do you Okay a rhyme. Rhyme, takes this thing away little little little sting say that again did it do much you Then Phil right coming for you has this Phil. What to do. My job that's good right So I'd say it's okay for us to use it, but y'all don't go ahead and use. That as far as far as I know my. Lineage, no Jew hating in, there at all. So I think I'm probably clear like I'm cool yeah but you're everything John you're a. Pilgrim you've, You've got it got all you've pilgrims or Indians had any beef with. The Jews none none we we got along smashed where, we're all good peoples are good we didn't pay wholesale seventy seven five seven nine one zero to five I we'll continue to take. Your calls on this but there is another issue. I, would like to move. On to and. That is This situation in Clearwater with the stand your ground shooting. Oh here we go they had quite the Shinde yesterday Bush I don't know about that word either so Al. Sharpton came to town which Sharpton is. Good for one thing and that is calling attention to racial issues he did. That. Now. It is the reaction of the sheriff of Pinellas county that I. Think makes this situation even more racially, charged, already was and I think. He, stepped out of bounds as a sheriff in, what he said today to about Al Sharpton I'll tell you what, it is next Amazon has everything. For back to school zebra.
Butchers seek protection after attacks from vegan activists
"Broadcasters station of the year newsradio nine fifty jay w w j news time is now twelve forty one a rare white alligator named snowball was apparently stolen from north florida reptile farm owned by the swamp brothers sumter county sheriff's officials said in a news release that snowball had been missing since a fire broke out at the animal crossings of florida on friday killing forty three alligators crocodiles the farm is owned by robbie and stephen keshi who starred in the show on the discovery channel the brothers are asking through social media for the public's help in finding stovall a loose cystic alabi alligator that was born without skin pigmentation and apparent flight crew error leads to a degree of terror for some passengers on jetblue flight we get more now from cbs's steve kathan a wild scene at new york's jfk airport knx radio's frank motech was onboard jetblue flight sixteen twenty three to los angeles that return to the gate with a communications problem turns out the crew inadvertently sent an alert about a possible hijacking officers did board the plane with weapons drawn everyone was told to put their hands up all the passengers raise their hands swat team swept through the plain confirmed everything was okay after the show of force inspection the flight was cleared the head off steve kaethe and cbs news new york in france it's being called vegan violence cbs correspondent elaine cobb says vandalism at meat shops has butchers calling for extra security butcher say some vegans vandalize their shops and sprayed fake blood on storefronts now they want police protection against physical and verbal violence meat sales in france have been falling in recent years as more french people turn to vegetarian options but the butcher's confederation says the real problem is with some vegan and vegetarian groups who they say wants to impose their minority view on the majority elaine cobb cbs news paris soup could change the feel of ferndale as laura banal tells us how some residents can help sit and listen to residents pitch ideas or pitch an idea yourself that's what tonight's ferndale soup project is all about you could take your four minutes to pitch just about anything so thera socalled the communications director for the city of ferndale the art project any kind of new technology could be an idea for a new food concept mean it really could be anything the event runs from six until nine at the rust belt market at the end of the night the ballots are counted and the winners go home with the money raised to carry out their project the winner we'll come back to a future soup dinner to report their projects progress laura banal ww j newsradio nine fifty www news time.
"north florida" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"North florida sunny north florida were they had snow luggage tallahassee first time of twenty eight years with the bomb cyclone i love the what chan hoped in a home and i have a high of the i have been dental check the weather and also there's like a alert of bomb cyclone unlike what they got marketing people there the weather channel and i know it was a tough storm for the northeastern god bless everybody listening along the east coast first time up ever heard of a bomb cyclone antigod some guy from a hurricane center who's so happy about aycell bars meets metro bars a bomb cyclone i was thinking i think i drank that when i was going to the eurussia oklahoma i think i had a lot of bombs cyclones at the old bar the jockey strap dumb cyclone have you ever heard that never uh i watch weather channel now the named storms in a winter storm grason does that sound like to country club for the bluecollar people listening right now boston yeah you know what yeah yeah i get my car hurricane gray said what are storm grason my neighbors this added kid named grason by the way speaking of boston this new england patriots drama and i heard darwin circuit.
"north florida" Discussed on AP News
"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire winter storm warnings are up from northeast florida through coastal carolina just a virginia's tidewater area as a coastal storm gain strength meteorologist brian hurley at the weather prediction center says the storm will start with some snow but more importantly dangerous freezing rain and i can pack i like we alluded to north florida very northern florida southeast ordering any really along the coast of the carolinas hurley says by late tomorrow into thursday the storm will turn to snow either chesapeake bay uh eastern virginia norfolkarea hampton hit the road i'll but also the delmarva an area along the atlantic coast that would include ocean city uh would include areas like around salisbury that's where we could be looking at a significant snow is certainly 48 or even more inches of snow out that area it's expected to hit coastal areas of the northeast thursday night into friday with up to a foot of snow the white house is in calling for regime change in iran but it does support the protesters who have taken to the streets across a country that trump's not gonna sit by silently like president obama diet did and he certainly supports the iranian people and wants to make that clear us wants a un to address those protests worn levinson has this report from new york ambassador nikki haley says the united states will seek to bring the demonstrations roiling iran before the un security council she says the world body should be taking a position in support of the protests against the iranian government this is the precise picture along oppressed people rising up against their dictators haley said the us would not be taking unilateral actions on the iran protests but she called on the iranian government to unblock demonstrators social media using a un press conference to amplify some of their messages warning levinson new york iran's supreme leader blames the unrest on enemies of iran meddling in his country's internal affairs this is ap radio news.
"north florida" Discussed on AP News
"Freezing rain i can pack i like we alluded to north florida very new order laura how ordering they really along the coast of the carolinas hurley says by late tomorrow into thursday the storm will turn to snow protest peak bay uh eastern virginia norfolkarea hampton and two road i'll but also the delmarva an area along the atlantic coast that would include ocean city uh that would include areas like around salisbury that's where we could be looking at a significant snows currently 48 or even more inches of snow out in that area is expected to hit coastal areas of the northeast thursday night into friday with up to a foot of snow the white house has been calling for regime change in iran but it does support the protesters who have taken to the streets across a contract trump's not gonna sit silently like president obama did he certainly supports the iranian people and wants to make that clear us once a un to address those protests wore levinson has this report from new york ambassador nikki haley says the united states will seek to bring the demonstrations roiling iran before the un security council she says the world body should be taking a position in support of the protests against the iranian government this is the precise picture at a long oppressed people rising up against their dictators haley said the us would not be taking unilateral actions on the iran protests but she called on the iranian government to unblock demonstrators social media using a you when press conference to amplify some of their messages warning levinson new york iran's supreme leader blames the unrest on enemies of iran meddling in his country's internal affairs this is ap radio news a lawsuit against the city of indianapolis over body odour amber bridges was in charge of court staff in indianapolis she claimed she was fired after installing air fresheners to deal with the coworkers body odour bridges claim she lost her job for creating a hostile work environment after the coworker in question complained about the air fresheners bridges claims her firing was unlawful according to her association with a person with a disability under the americans with disabilities act she alleges the workers body odour is a protected disability under the ada the lawsuit claims staff started complaining about the chronic body odour and bridges later install the.
"north florida" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The region's misery life without airconditioning in eighty plus degrees it's pretty high i think in the next couple of days probably going to really and tests are patient in many places like daytona beach the water has receded and homeowners now confront the hard work of recovery and all this was like a river things like a river a of my back yard where it was bad is probably the worst one i've seen i've been here for fifteen years meanwhile miami beach reopened today despite widespread power outages and flights resumed at airports across south florida states to the north also face major cleanup and recovery as irma past yesterday charleston south carolina saw everything from waterspouts off the coast to storm surge flooding downtown streets flooding in power outages also played parts of georgia but the governor lifted a coastal evacuation order today here a north florida recovery from hurricane are has just begun but local officials have told me that it could be as long as three days before floodwaters like those behind me even begin to recede earlier today president trump said that he would be coming to the state on thursday to survey the damage himself john pj if the the center of the storm went up the west coast of florida wires there's so much flooding and why was flooding so bad on the east coast were you are uh that's a good question yeah i'm about thirty minutes right now southwest of jacksonville so yeah on the eastern part of the state the way that armas wrath was primarily felt here was as a reign of at all there was quite a bit of wins knocking down power lines which is the reason so many are without power tonight but there was so much rain many inches historic highs in some places so rivers and creeks just burst their banks this part of florida like much of the state is low countries so folks are used to occasional floods a few times a year must that is title flooding when the tide comes in there may be floods when it goes out the water quickly recedes but adding all that rain and you have water that sticks around and sticks around for a long time as so many officials fear and pj you're up near the georgia border but you've been running into a lot of people evacuated from the.
"north florida" Discussed on KOMO
"Strong winds and flash flooding still a major risk grid the storm as it moves into north florida and heads toward georgia over the next 24 hours the massive hurricane zeroed in on the tampa bay region in the early morning hours after hammering much of florida alan sky is in tampa forest reporting on life inside a shelter the wind here in tampa reached the level of a tropical storm hours before the i approached the city sources at twelve hour event for us so this is not a shortlived event hillsborough county sheriff jack roster warned people who had stayed home not to try to reach all tres once the wind started picking up do not get on the roads now to start going to the show wherever you are state where you are is wind speeds increased water levels actually dropped in tampa bay the wind was pushing water away from land but the national weather service had warned that the water would return as irma got closer some areas around tampa could expect the storm surge of up to nine feet fortyfive shelters had opened around tampa for people who could not evacuate on their own at one high school people have been sleeping on the floor but they say the school state peaceful they've probably got a good amount of people what everything seemed to be pretty railroad eyes let me and i get along and everybody but even as shelters filled up chronic stir warned that people could not go home immediately after the storm he said high water could remain in crews will have to head out to clear the streets i get it i evacuated for my home is well with me and my family florida power and light says at seventeen thousand people have been waiting to restore electricity fp l says a gathered the biggest pre storm workforce in american history alan sky reporting forest as we come up at nine past the hour over four million people across florida are not without power this morning and it will be weeks months in some cases to get power restored storms broad cooler wetter weather into the western and northwestern us this weekend breaking up a temperature inversion that had blanketed much.