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"office emergency management" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Collision. WCBS news radio 8 80 emergency crews have responded to an explosion in downtown Nashville. News reports from the area say black smoke and flames were seen billowing building shook in the media area and beyond. After a loud boom was heard early this morning, the Metro Nashville office Emergency management told National Television station apart recreational vehicle exploded and did the damage. No injuries were immediately reported. The station also quoted officials of saying the explosion did not seem suspicious. President Trump is at his Florida resort on this Christmas day, and there's still no sign of him, letting up and signing a coronavirus relief package voted on and passed by Congress. The president is at odd with logs with lawmakers, even within his own party of how much money to give Americans hurting. Because of the pandemic come top of this. There's a looming government shutdown. CBS News correspondent Paul agree That stimulus bill was actually flown down here to Florida for the president to sign, but he's previously threatened to veto the bill on last payments to individuals are tripled. Yesterday, House Republicans rejected an effort by Democrats to increase those payments from 600 to $2000 and now members of both parties are just calling on the president to sign the bill, as is The House will return Monday to vote on options. California's deadly Christmas is being marked by police to stay away from holiday gatherings outside the home and avoid indoor church services. As the rates of coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations is sore, Jamie you CAS has the latest since the pandemic began, at least two million people have been sickened in the state of California alone. Many hospitals there do not have any more ICU beds available overnight, The CDC announced new rules to fight a new strain of the virus found in England. Starting Monday. Anyone flying to the U. S from the UK must show they've tested negative for covert 19 within 72 hours of departure. That was Jamie You cas w CBS News Time 9 36. You're listening, eh? Well, Learn how WCBS news time 9 36. That's all I'm going.
High Winds Threaten To Ground Giant Balloons In Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
"Seeing the Macy's thanksgiving day parade in person it's always been on more read Clark's bucket list it is magical and it's just amazing when you think of what all goes into it to create the whole parade she and her husband flew in from Arkansas but unfortunately for her the wind may make this parade the first one since nineteen seventy one with a famous balloons don't fly I'll be disappointed but I also recognize it's a safety thing she says she's glad to at least be here for the inflation watching PK two Snoopy Ronald McDonald all come to life though still tethered to the ground I'm keeping my fingers crossed their diplomacy says he's hopeful asking people to keep the city in their thoughts and prayers our colleague from the NYPD and office emergency management make the big decision early in the morning the balloons can't fly with sustained winds above twenty three miles an hour gusts above thirty four miles an hour the city put those regulations in place after the nineteen ninety seven parade when the cat in the hat balloon crashed into a light post and four people were injured on the Upper West Side Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio
"office emergency management" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"She was planning to separate tens of thousands of migrant children before it was forced to end its zero tolerance policy according to a report from the department of homeland security CBP officials told the White House they expected to separate more than twenty six thousand families over the course of four months back in twenty eighteen the report shows that the administration was committed to a large scale implementation of a policy before president trump signed an executive order halting it the move from the president followed massive public outcry and a federal judge ruling that ordered the administration to discontinue the policy and reunite most separated families Tom Roberts NBC news radio Texas governor Greg Abbott is promising state resources to help clean up after dangerous explosions at a chemical plant in the southeast part of the state Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik issued a disaster declaration for the TTC facility in port natures Boeing is running into complications in its mission to get seven thirty seven MAX planes back in the air the Federal Aviation Administration says each plane will have to be individually inspected before they can take flight New York City mayor bill de Blasio is asking everyone to keep their fingers crossed the weather cooperates ahead of the Macy's thanksgiving day parade so the wind will stay calm and will be I'll let these balloons fly we're hopeful we're hopeful our colleagues from the NYPD and office emergency management to make the big decision early in the morning sustained winds of twenty three miles per hour or gusts up to thirty four miles per hour could force the Thor he's to keep the balloons grounded based off safety concerns your listening to the latest from NBC news radio.
"office emergency management" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"The trump administration was planning to separate tens of thousands of migrant children before it was forced to end its zero tolerance policy according to a report from the department of homeland security CBP officials told the White House they expected to separate more than twenty six thousand families over the course of four months back in twenty eighteen the report shows that the administration was committed to a large scale implementation of a policy before president trump signed an executive order halting it the move from the president followed massive public outcry and a federal judge ruling that ordered the administration to discontinue the policy and reunite most separated families Tom Roberts NBC news radio Texas governor Greg Abbott is promising state resources to help clean up after dangerous explosions at a chemical plant in the southeast part of the state Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik issued a disaster declaration for the TTC facility in port natures Boeing is running into complications in its mission to get seven thirty seven MAX planes back in the air the Federal Aviation Administration says each plane will have to be individually inspected before they can take flight New York City mayor bill de Blasio is asking everyone to keep their fingers crossed the weather cooperates ahead of the Macy's thanksgiving day parade so the wind will stay calm and will be I'll let these balloons fly we're hopeful we're hopeful our colleague from the NYPD and office emergency management to make the big decision early in the morning sustained winds of twenty three miles per hour or gusts up to thirty four miles per hour could force the Thor he's to keep the balloons grounded based off safety concerns your listening to the latest from NBC news radio is your vehicle ready for your.
"office emergency management" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hey Cooper we come back Elizabeth Warren your former girl I'm over her we've broken up yeah apparently that is a common sentiment because now she is at our free fall like we have not seen in this democratic primary season will tell you how bad it is that's next on seven ten W. O. R. today we all give thanks and raise a toast to all the great gifts of American life happy thanksgiving from seven ten W. O. R. and I heart radio stations it is fifty five degrees at seven o'clock good evening I'm Lisa Matteo a manhunt is underway after five people are shot in the Bronx two of them children cops say it happened around four o'clock this afternoon in Melrose section at Cortland Avenue in east one hundred fifty third street authorities say the youngest victim is ten years old the others include a fifteen year old boy a nineteen year old woman a twenty year old man and a thirty six year old woman the rest of the hospital in stable condition tonight thousands are flocking to the Upper West Side to check out the thanksgiving day parade balloon inflation and these kids were happy to see their favorite character the bomb thank you who doesn't love SpongeBob yeah but with high winds expected tomorrow will they fly here's mayor bill de Blasio this city of York in your thoughts and prayers of the wind will stay calm and will be a let these balloons fly we're hopeful we're hopeful our colleague from the NYPD and office emergency management make the big decision early in the morning if the winds are too strong it will be the.
"office emergency management" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On what's going on around the world good morning Michael good morning they've been acting White House chief of staff make void and bold thing he did the Sunday news program circuit to clarify last week's news conference about Ukraine and explain why president trump decided not to hold next year's G. seven summit at is Miami resort well maybe said his comments were misconstrued when he said last Thursday the U. S. held up eighty two Ukrainian part to prod that country to investigate the twenty sixteen elections well maybe also says the president dropped plans to hold an international summit is derail resort in Florida after realizing it looks lousy to steer business to his own property he still considers himself to be up in the hospitality business any song opportunity to take the biggest leaders around the world you want to put on the absolute best show the best visit that he possibly could he was very confident that derail I think we're all surprised level of push back I think it's the right decision to change will have to find some place else motivating spoke on fox news Sunday which can be heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio this just in Turkey gave Kurdish fighters until late Tuesday to leave a narrow strip of territory in northeastern Syria or face becoming targets putting aside for now it's the man for the militia the withdrawal from a much longer safe zone it comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeii was asked on ABC's this week yesterday whether the temporary cease fire in northern Syria is holding following U. S. led talks with Turkey there's much work to be done to continue to implement but we're optimistic I got a report within the last half hour from my senior leaders to indicate that there's relatively little fighting a little sporadic small arms fire a mortar or two ABC's this week can be heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren hold double digit lead over president trump in the key swing state of Minnesota that's according to a Star Tribune Minnesota poll a tornado touched down outside Dallas last night leaving significant damage in its wake Dallas city office emergency management director rocky that still searching through the whole infected area will continue throughout the night and daylight will give us a better understanding of the impact of that storm has had global news twenty four hours a day on a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Michael bar this is Bloomberg made okay Michael.
"office emergency management" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"An accident with a downed utility pole blocking a couple of lanes except the less than ten minutes I'm sorry Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center thank you can I read in a severe thunderstorm warning is issued for Philadelphia office emergency management that's in effect will Levin. now John B. Gregory and sons general contractor sponsors the eyewitness weather five day forecast with CVS freeze on Casey scattered showers and thunderstorms if you could be on the stronger side early then clearing skies staying warm with a low temperature at seventy degrees with guys clear out take a peek outside we have a chance at seeing the Northern Lights near the horizon overnight well our Sunday mostly sunny turning less humid with a high of seventy nine Monday a mix of sun and clouds seasonable at seventy four Tuesday we kick off October very warm mostly sunny up to eighty one record heat by Wednesday sunny skies with a high temperature soaring to ninety but then a big tumble into Thursday mostly cloudy and cooler with showers likely and a high of seventy three again a severe thunderstorm warning issued by Philadelphia office of emergency management in fact that is until Levin thirty look for high winds heavy rain and frequent lightening revised to seek shelter again a severe thunderstorm warning in effect that is until eleven thirty tonight otherwise we have over past guys out there seventy seven degrees eleven oh four set the ads coach cars to two of its regional rail line starting on Monday to offer options for those who normally drives through the reconstruction going on along a stretch of I. ninety five in Philadelphia in Bucks county he would have used John Madden before John McDevitt reports. the has least coach cars to add to the Tritton west written trains altogether yearly nineteen hundred additional seats will be available septa spokesman Andrew Burch says is an attempt to meet an increasing demand as reconstruction work on ninety five continues which has been added to the traffic congestion and so were telling folks to to take a look at the schedules it'll it'll be in effect on Monday and we're hoping that they're going to consider the sept.
"office emergency management" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"We've got to to approaching festival flooding with all that rain this guy remove my rate yeah that's right Kimberly were jammed on two oh two south bound approaching a Chester brook Boulevard you've got flooding there and an accident now blocking the two right lanes this one looks pretty serious so it's something we need to take a with some caution as you head south wants to to probably be awhile before they clear that accident when I go to the Boulevard really quickly because we've got this accident southbound just pass the ridge Avenue before you get to the school expressway the left lane with moving now they've got traffic completely stopped as they try to clear this you've got EMS fire department all on the scene the right now south on Boulevard we're completely stopped just pass ridge Avenue for this action right now no one moving so expect those delays eastbound Schuylkill expressway some delays approaching Belmont could be some flooding there of course farther east were shut down at the vine expressway for that weekend long construction that should be re opened right around Monday morning at five AM ninety five north it's a little bit slow from the vine of the Girard Avenue PA turnpike no delays right now in both directions but you cannot exit for route one in Bensalem the ramp is closed for construction route one north bound approaching the PA turnpike that's heavy due to some right wing construction as well in media route one close between red roof driving valley road that's construction and in New Jersey were pretty busy the Jersey turnpike northbound you're out of crawl approaching exit exit six for the PA turnpike there's still a tractor trailer fire out there blocking the right lane the fires out but you still have emergency personnel on the scene trying to get that out of the way in a few south on the turnpike now we're watching a delay just south of route seventy three were looking into the report of an accident there as well in Gloucester city one thirty remains closed in both directions your Market Street it's an accident with a downed utility pole blocking a couple of lanes except the less than ten minutes I'm sorry Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center thank you can I read in a severe thunderstorm warning is issued for Philadelphia office emergency management that's in effect will Levin. now John B. Gregory and.
"office emergency management" Discussed on WRVA
"About Kevin Ryan who was the site manager for a subsidiary of underwriters laboratories and they did the I guess the safety consultant consulting and the certification of the steel used in the of the World Trade Center towers although they sort of backed away from that and said they didn't although as pointed out I think. Kevin Ryan are you point out in the documentary that another member of a U. L. I think it was a Tom shape and wrote an editorial to one of the New York newspapers stating that they had in fact on the certification on the steel at the at the World Trade Center towers correct. yes that is correct in fact I do have that that our up and looked up in the show notes the transcript for this documentary which we should mention is the corporate report dot com slash nine one one with the blowers it has the complete transcript of the documentary with hyperlinks to every single thing that I'm talking about here including that op ed that you're talking about from The New York Times two thousand two. so did our underwriters laboratories did they work with the structural engineer John skilling who designed the towers. so John Gilling and you say did design the towers and he actually in nineteen ninety three which was five years before his death he died shortly before nine eleven so he couldn't comment on that the events of nine eleven south but he did in ninety three that even if a jet powered a job we with the crashed into the towers the ensuing fires would not build build bring down the bill he said the building structure would still be there so that that's pretty important regarding whether he worked. three who can. whether John skilling was consulting with or whether you underwriters laboratories were consulting with John skilling during the construction of the towers right I see out and as far as I know they did not they did not consult with on going directly but that that may be the case I I don't have that information so the upshot here is that the under the underwriters supposedly did the certification they said they did some testing and they said that those columns and floors. even with with far greater temperatures and I think the jet fuel burned at what two hundred fifty degrees Celsius Abu for a short period of time but they tested the said those columns under those those conditions should have should have stood up for three and a half hours the floor something like two hours and yet is as you say there was total failure collapse. fifty six minutes for one and and an hour in two minutes for the other and yet. U. L. was not sort of defending its its record with with next. that's right and that's that's kind of the perplexing part that had given refrain a little bit confused because you would think that the underwriters laboratory would would want to defend their work and their certification in their findings but it seems that they were going quiet so I can run all the time with corresponding with pawn shape and who was the head of the the fire department at you well at that time and he was saying what's going on why isn't this wire are we talking about this where we corresponding this and they they said don't worry just wait for the room. it would be for the board eventually a preliminary this report was issued about the twin towers collapse that did include the results of those fat underwriters laboratory tests but that still with trying to Florida and some version of it collapse so eventually when right Kevin Ryan realized that there were there was not going to be any action on underwriters laboratories were were part he that he ended up writing directly to the head of the yes that the National Institute of standards and technology twin towers investigation that the person with having that up with the person named Frankie Gail so he wrote a pretty important email directly to free Gail about what what he knew regarding underwriters laboratory regarding the steel regarding that the tests and essentially he he took it straight to Gail and said something is wrong here you says there's no question that the events of nine eleven are the emotional driving force behind the war on terror and the issue of the twin towers collapse is that the crux of the story of nine eleven my feeling is that your metallurgical tests I even want that showed that the building should have still been there are at the crux of the crux of the cracks either you can make sense of what really happened to those buildings and communicate as quickly or we all face the same destruction and despair that comes from global decisions based on this information and chatter with a very powerful email and the reason we know what was in that email was because Ryan not only send it directly to Frank Gail here included David ray Griffin and Catherine Austin Fitts who I'm sure many in your audience will know what prominent people in the nine eleven truth movement on including the director of nine eleven through dot org and so they would regret and asked if he could post this email online and to Kevin Ryan thought about and said yes yes you may and so we want posted online at the same time it was sent to Frank Gail obviously a pretty significant and important step for someone like Kevin Ryan who knew that his job would be on the line as a result of this because he's going public with what he knows and of course it was the very next week that he was called into the office and summarily fired because he had damaged underwriters laboratories. a relationship with Mr sensually and so from that point on Kevin Ryan is gone on to become a very prominent very prolific nine eleven researcher writing books and joining the board board of architects and engineers for nine eleven truth being the editor of the journal of nine eleven studies but a lot of people even in nine eleven truth movement don't know that this was really the origins of how Kevin Ryan got involved in all of them. berry Jennings at the time nine eleven was the deputy director of emergency services for the New York City Housing Authority which had offices in building seven. tell me about what he's what he's already witnessed and experienced. so according to his testimony which is on record it would it was recorded by Dylan the rejection Berman of the loose change documentary which of course was one of the first if not the first real you viral internet documentary about nine eleven and presenting some of the alternative evidence about what happened that day in two thousand I believe two thousand Ole hi I I think two thousand five I'd have to double check what what state the other recording actually took place but at that time they have Dillon in Jason had under earth some footage of berry Jennings on the news on nine eleven in the afternoon shortly after having been rescued from World Trade Center building seven which we're talking about the top of the program with the third building to come down that day I it was still standing at the time in the afternoon when this this interview was recorded the socially very Jennings had been pulled out of building seven we rescued by firefighters he was trapped in the building with another person and that he had been pulled out and was interviewed on the street Dylan and drink some fathers and and recognize the importance of of that interview because here someone who was trapped inside the building we have to get a story so they tracked him back on and you say you once we was working in the the department that the Housing Authority New York City Housing Authority of the deputy director of emergency services and it was in that capacity that on nine eleven after the first plane hit the two at the north tower at eight forty six he was called into the office of emergency management which was located in the World Trade Center building seven so theoretically all of the emergency managers that the mayor then the fire commissioner then the police chief all of these people should have been in the office of emergency management coordinating the response to be what was going on that day but they weren't that's that's part of the reasoning story so he gets called in he heads into the building all along with corporation counsel New York City corporation counsel Michael have a close associate of Giuliani and have continued to be since nine eleven are they both go into the building and they both go up to the office. emergency management which is located at the twenty seventh floor so of the building and they get in there and they find it is completely abandoned cups of coffee still steaming happiness sandwiches people have will clearly just laughed and left in a hurry they don't know what's going on they're calling their their people they're they're in their associates and other people Jennings gets one of the supervisors on the phone who says you're still in there get out of their day and out of there now at that point Michael it's as we got to get out here here's a stairwell they start running down the stairwell because the elevators weren't working at that point and according to Jennings testimony he gets to the sixth floor there the running down again from the twenty I believe twenty seven for the running down to get to the sixth floor and boom there's a large explosion and the landing under anything gives way he's hanging on the at the climb back up we managed to get back to the eighth floor they're trapped inside the building yes to break out one of the windows you try to get the error he says it's hot it's Smokey he doesn't know what's going on they manage to get the attention of some firefighters the firefighters come to the window we'll you know we'll get you out we'll get you out and then they all run away. and then they come back and then they all ran away again and has very Jennings relates in that interview that he recorded with felony preaching sermons he says they're running because the towers are falling the first tower fell they run away the first the second tower fell they run away which is important they come back that's important in the chronology that that exceptionally poor yeah yes this is all important but at the time I'm sure he didn't even realize the significance of all of this and at the time that it was going on but has stuck on the eighth floor for like two hours he's he's in there for two hours exactly there's video footage of that you can see that one of the the the news cameraman on the ground that they didn't take footage of Michael had the person that he was trapped in there with out looking out the window calling for help during that time that time frame the very Jennings is talking about so there's video evidence of that and they were definitely in there they were definitely pulled up by the fireman and as he says they they ran away they come back they run away to come back finally they get amount they they have to leave them down through the lobby which he said had been completely destroyed to the point he didn't know what he wants he said where are we he said that a department that this is the lobby he said what are you talking about it didn't it was completely destroyed he said it looked like King Kong and stamp through their and then they were pulled out through a hole that he says the fireman must've made in the wall and they were taken taken out that's it as you say that's extremely important because the way that the BBC and other super train very getting stories as they were coming down the stair well that what happened was not an explosion in the building it was the collapse of the the the first tower that that fell down and cause damage in World Trade Center building seven that was what the experience they had to climb up back to the eighth floor never stuck inside writings to breed at hitting hitting the building from the collapsing towers but exactly we now know that if right we know that those towers didn't collapse until he was up on the eighth floor because that's why the fireman ran away and then came back twice. that's right and he insisted on that point doing in Jason even as if you watch the full uncut interview with twenty something minutes long he insists on that point and they stress that and and again to repeat it that he is insistent that they with the first tower falling with when.
"office emergency management" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NewsRadio time is eleven oh. To a thirty year old snowboarder died early this morning when he hit a building at a high speed at the base of close ski run Aaron hill. Struck race timing shack near the base of Aspen mountain at according to the Pitt county sheriff's office emergency management folks were able to get there within minutes but were unable to revive him. According to the Aspen times Aaron hill moved to Aspen from New York City in two thousand fifteen an avalanche rolling down ten mile canyon. Just after five o'clock Sunday along I seventy near Copper Mountain. Stop traffic CBS fours. Macro show was there shortly after the snow settled this avalanche came down the side of the mountain in the past zone over there on the side of the hill. You can see trees knocked over just typical of an avalanche here a shoot in the high country. Colorado state troopers say no vehicles were buried in the slide. And no one was injured a highway was closed between Edwards and frisk. Go for about an hour, both directions reopened shortly after six PM. If you thought. Yeah. Well, earlier today felt more frosty than usual you'd be right? The front range brought Brokaw Fifty-nine-year-old temperature record for Colorado. Manley Sullivan with the national weather service says we dipped down to six degrees below zero the last our record temperature dipped lower was second of nineteen sixty where we had negative seven degrees factor in Wiltshire wind chill and Ali says this weekend has been one of the most frigid on record. For Colorado's front range own tree police say they arrested. The second suspect involved in an officer involved shooting at park meadows mall on Thursday night. Law enforcement said they arrested Twenty-seven-year-old Mercedes Cruz at a hotel and Littleton early Sunday morning. Cruise was the female the second suspect who was able to allude police after her male companion was shot and killed in what own tree police are calling a shoplifting attempt that went terribly wrong. Our next news. Update at eleven thirty Roger Hudson KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..
"office emergency management" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"It's going to be dangerous cold for the next few days at the very least a leash attained the dome was director Chicago's office emergency management. She has just joined the Pritzker administration. Now, she's director of homeland security and emergency management for the state of Illinois. And I know she's very nice. Soy welcome Alicia. Thank you for your time. But we know how bad it is going to be the meteorologists of taking care of that for those of us who travel in and out of the cities or any place in the state or staying in the city. Let's first talk about what we should have in our car to cells. I always tell my nephew over here. I expect the best but prepare for the worst gonna give us Dettori on what you like to see people carry in their car. Well, thanks. Yeah. That's a that's a great question. I don't know about you. There have been times where I've gone out in the wintertime and a warm car and had on a pair of shorts. This is not one of those times. You wanna make sure that you're wearing multiple layers of clothing, while you're there, make sure you have jumper cables, sand a full tank of gas of flashlight and bottled water there is no telling these types of temperatures, you can lose your battery, and we want to make sure that if you should unfortunately become stranded, you have the resources available to you. If you don't have the resources available to you. And I'm talking about people in homes that may lose power. What does the website they can go to to find out where the nearest warming station is or how they can call in help. But we'd like you to do a couple of different things. Go to ready dot. Illinois dot g-o-v. And that will tell you where all the shelters and worrying centers are for the entire state and some chance you look on that website, and you can't find one close to you. We simply ask that you call your county emergency management or law enforcement, and they'll be able to direct you to the closest one. I know that I heard from the mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel, you know, him well, obviously that they put out buses to try to urge the homeless to leave, you know, lower Michigan lower Wacker wherever and actually get on these buses for the next few days. That's one of the techniques that the city of Chicago uses is warming buses to allow folks to get in warm up. And then if they need to be taken to another location. They can we remember the summer of what was it so horrific ninety five and I remember before that when I got the town in eighty eight. I mean, we had a lot of lot of fatalities because the extreme heat. But I would think that this statistically is far worse. This is this is bitter cold. This is not a joke. If there is every time to be prepared and to think ahead before you actually go outside. Now, it's time to do it. We're talking about breaking records. To January fifth nineteen ninety nine. And then we saw NBA temperatures in the minus thirty six now, we're looking at minus fifty do you have to work in that terrible state of Illinois building the Thompson center is that where your new offices? I I actually have two different locations the Thompson center, but I spend the majority my time down in Springfield at the headquarters for waiver management. I had a person. Her office was in the Thompson center, and it would rain in the. It would rain in the summer inside. And then she would have icicles in her office in the winter. Well, I I don't think that's the case for me. Good luck. Good luck with the new administration. Thank you for your time. Alicia much. Appreciate it. You too. That's a leash. Attained does she's the our homeland security director and emergency manager for the state of Illinois. Here's the mayor. This is going to be ground zero right here at all EMC in that coordinated.
"office emergency management" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Families out in the cold looking for a place to go. But thanks to organizations like the Red Cross John berry elementary school is doubling as temporary shelter. We've set up a warming station with the office emergency management to provide food and just a place for folks in come to stay out of the cold weather as we assess how we can help them going forward as you saw what the Red Cross is. They're teaming up with other organizations to make sure everyone displaced by the fire has somewhere to go. Their agencies are actually contacting us just to align with us as far as they didn't find what are the long term needs Almon Brown with the overbook beacon community center is one of the neighbors who jumped into action after he received word that so many people were left without a place to go following the fire. He says they're opening their doors for families and doing whatever they can to help those in need. We're gonna bring around toys. So we're going to try to keep the young children happy as long as we can other neighbors volunteered. Their services to help. Those in need by doing everything from serving hot chocolate to passing out blankets, Justin, Trudeau KYW NewsRadio. The worst may not be over even. The snow has stopped falling across the southeast. Hundreds of thousands are still in the dark as temperatures drop and snow turns into layers of ice, this snow has stopped but coded trees. Keep falling cutting off power to more homes and businesses across the south Meredith Archie is with Duke Energy. So what does the outlook look like for people without power? Just depends on the area that they're in some of our hardest hit areas it could still be a day or two for now. The state of emergency for North Carolina remains in effect, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper is urging residents to use caution. First responders stand ready to assist you as needed, but don't risk your safety. And there's by making them come to your rescue. Meg all of our CBS news, Chapel Hill, North Carolina..
"office emergency management" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Shelter for those displaced from their Overbrook homes man, convicted of shooting a disabling a Philadelphia police officers the political decision in the next ten days. The man shot and killed by police last week in port Richmond has been identified as a Wildwood man, I'm Kim Glovas. The Sixers house the pistons tonight, scattered clouds forty one degrees, but bundle up. If you're headed out twenty five tonight afternoon, I'm Michelle Durham the following three you at three oh one. It's an all hands on debt Africa help people with nowhere to go following this morning's massive fireball, a massive fire rather in Overbrook. Here's used Justin Udo, Monday morning spire at the Overbrook Gordon's apartment complex left families out in the cold looking for place to go, but thanks to organizations like the Red Cross. John berry elementary school is doubling as a temporary shelter. We've set up a warming station with the office emergency management to provide food and just a place, folks. Come to stay out of the cold weather as we assess how we can help them going forward. As you saw what the Red Cross is. They're teaming up with other organizations to make sure everyone displaced by the fire has somewhere to go. Their agencies are actually contacting us just to align with us as far as what are the long term needs Almon Brown with the Overbrook beacon community center is one of the neighbors who jumped into action after he received word that so many people were left without a place to go following the fire. He says they're opening their doors for families and doing whatever they can to help those in need. We're gonna bring around toys. So we're going to try to keep the young children happy as long as we can other neighbors volunteered. Their services to help. Those in need by doing everything from serving hot chocolate to passing out blankets. Just an KYW NewsRadio. It's three oh two time.
"office emergency management" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"More than just the headlines. This is WSB CBS News Radio. Eight eighty. After a rally yesterday, the stock market tumbled today amid the president's cleats about tariffs. The body of America's forty first president, George H W Bush lying in state of the US capitol rotunda, thousands of paid their respects thousand more waiting to do so mayor de Blasio says the decision to fire OEM Commissioner Joe Esposito was planned weeks ago before the November snowstorm the mentioned producing their new players today Robinson, canot and and Wendy. We have a fair sky thirty nine degrees in New York on Tuesday, December fourth good afternoon. Thanks for joining us. I'm Steve Scott. It's four thirty one. CBS news special report what a day on Wall Street a day after a one percent rally the market staged a three percents Sela partly on concerns for long-term economic growth. Bond market has always been seen as a smart money. Kind of an indicator and the bond market is flashing warning signs. Michael fire afar. Miller in Washington shorter yields become higher than the longer yield. So you actually can earn more on a two year note bene- five year note, which kind of doesn't make sense. But it often is a signal from investors that they don't think growth is really going to be very great President Trump has also been sending some mixed signals on trade touting a truce with China yesterday today. He tweeted, I am tariff, man. What's an investor to do CBS business? Analyst Jill Schlesinger says small investors shouldn't panic. What's really important is you not react to this information that you try to stick to your game plan. She'd Bs news special report. I'm Jim shanavie goodbye to former president George H W Bush is continuing today in Washington are rich lamb is in DC and spoke to some who waited in line for hours to pay their respects thousands and thousands lined up in the coal to bid farewell to George Hw Bush. They praised his dignity and reserve his dedication to family and country. Many were already in Washington on business or vacation, but not Texan Ronnie motley after emerging from the rotunda, he declared a wonderful experience. I actually came up from Dallas this morning to new it. I'm dishonored to pay my respects for somebody that started serving the country when he's eighteen years old is a navy fighter and had a wonderful life gave a lot to the to the country. So what was it like inside? It's just. Saalom, Reverend experience many called it powerful and said you could have heard a pin drop in there. At the capital, rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty it's four thirty three. We finally heard from air to blouse you today about what happened over the weekend with office emergency management Commissioner Joe Esposito. Let's go live to Steve burns. Who's following the story? Steve what did the mayor have to say? Yes. Steve the mayor's chalking this all up to miscommunication original reports indicated the Commissioner Esposito was being fired as a result of that rush hour snowstorm a couple of weeks ago. But mayor de Blasio says he actually came to the decision to fire Esposito well before that while he was out of town over the weekend. The deputy mayor deliver the news, but the Blasios says there was clearly missed signals in his words in that conversation. The mayor did express some regret saying he now realizes he should have been the one to break the news d'esposito following what really it's been a distinguished career career with the city four plus years is the OEM Commissioner following the being the NYPD teeth department for thirteen years before that the boss says everyone's now on the same page following some conversations yesterday, and he's trying to figure out ways to keep us. Busy toe in the administration in a new role as for why the mayor wanted someone new in the head of OEM position says he wanted the office to take a new direction and more strategic approach. Steve Steve burns reporting live. Last week senators from both parties expressed anger that CIA director Gina hassle. Skip debriefing on the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi today. The senators got what they wanted a briefing from the director herself more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff while Republican and Democratic Senate leaders didn't have anything to say leaving the hassle hearing Senator Lindsey Graham, the Republican of South Carolina didn't hold back. I went into the breaking believing. It was virtually impossible for an operation like this to be carried out without the crown prince's knowledge. I left the briefing with high confidence that my initial assessment of the situation is correct of you shared by Senate Foreign Relations chair. Bob corker who said it was clear the crown prince orchestrated Khashoggi's death. They'll Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill special counsel, Robert Muller faces a court deadline of today to recommend a sentence for President Trump's former national security advisor, the special council is expected to recommend to a federal judge a sentence for retired US army, Lieutenant General Michael Flynn. He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian officials on behalf of Mr. Trump. But he's cooperated with prosecutors hoping for probation, the special counsel will reveal for the first time publicly. How much information Flynn has share CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey. The NYPD has a new fleet of drones fourteen of them. The department says he'll be used for search and rescue crime scenes that are hard to search and in hostage situations and other incidents where there may be hazardous. Materials. Officers will be specially trained and licensed to operate. The drones. There is some push back from the New York Civil Liberties Union, which has the NYPD needs a drone policy that properly balances public privacy concerns. Four thirty-six WCBS. This is why you need to start your day with WCBS. Boy have we had rail troubles. The album is poised activity here. Again, the flash flood warning still in effect for portions of the area until the tariffs made stocks plunged after they had rebound yesterday. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty listen every day..
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"I'm Bob Brown stories that we talking about on seventy seven WABC, Google employees worldwide walking out this morning to protest the company's treatment of women workers rallying in Chelsea near Google's offices on eighth avenue. National. Things that you can be. They say the company paid millions of dollars and exit packages to male executives were accused of harassment, but did not disclose what they did NYPD officers will undergo more training on having deal with sex assault victims, the city council passed a Bill requiring the department to create a special victims training program another Bill requiring all police recruits receive sensitivity training on working with sex Rasmus and assault victims new statistics show, the number of people prosecutor for pot possession is down Manhattan. DA Cy Vance announced in early August that he'd stopped going after low level marijuana possession cases, according to his office, a little less than one hundred seventy people more rained on marijuana charges in August through October. That's roughly a ninety percent drop from the same time last year. Going for the state to now legalize and regulate marijuana US Senator Kirsten gillibrand making healthcare a top priority. As she seeks reelection New York Democrat made a campaign stop at the Greenberg health center in White Plains. She says she'll continue fighting to reduce healthcare costs for low income and middle class New Yorkers gillibrand facing Republican challenger show Farley next week's election polls show, the incumbent with the large lead over her rival, President Trump in the final AP of campaign rallies going into the midterms. As also warning against allowing Central American migrants were part of a caravan headings of United States president looking to limit asylum claims despite sending in potentially thousands of troops President Trump figures a number of the migrants in the caravan if they decide to March up to the US, we'll get to request asylum. We're not releasing them into our country any longer they'll wait for long. Periods of time. We're putting up massive cities of tents. We have a lot of tents. We have a lot of every they'll get a hold them. Right. Right there. The president plans executive order to limit asylum claims as for the masses who might be heading north. He is warning against rock-throwing. We will consider that a firearm because there's not much difference where you get hit in the face with Iraq. Bob Costantini, Washington. There'll be law enforcement activity near the on train station. Monmouth county in the morning. Nj transit police departments office. Emergency management is conducting a training. Exercise officials in the local county state and federal level will be participating the three hour session beginning at nine AM. I owned is be Pittsburgh three two in overtime. Devils lose to the Red Wings for three traffic and weather up next. I'm Bob Brown on seventy seven WABC. New York comes to.
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"Right now. I want to go back and focus on what's happening in the Carolinas with us right now. Peter King, CBS radio news and Peter. Where are you? What are you experiencing at this point? Well, I'm in summerville, South Carolina, which is about twenty two miles inland from Charleston. And it's getting darker out is getting windier. The rain is not started. But that will happen in the next few hours and they're expecting what are they properly prepared for this? Is there any concern still about people who are hold down to what extent that can have an impact on the safety of people's lives there? Well, well, of course, there are Gavin Charleston. There are people down by the rush of water down there. They were just down there enjoying the day because it was a beautiful day here up until a couple of hours ago, and they were down by park down there. But at some point this rain is going to really come down. The winds are going to be really really high and time is running out for people really to get out. If they want to we've had about four hundred forty one thousand evacuations from the coast here in South Carolina Gordon's the governor's office. Emergency management. It's a really really good number. When you look at even though you're about twenty miles from the coast. You're still looking at a lot of rain that's going to get dumb to end is that area of South Carolina in a place where it can handle the vast amounts of rain. That are expected of the problem. Is there's been an awful lot of rain all summer long in South Carolina and North Carolina. And a lot of the ground is saturated. The land is very very flat down here. They don't call this low country for not big place where I am right now. I actually up on a hill, which is good because I don't think I'm going to get flooded where I am. But there are a lot of places inland as well. As the law coast that are going to get flooded because they're extremely flat. They're extremely saturated and he's gonna make you make life really miserable for a lot of people. So are you in between bands at this point when it comes to rein in Somerville? No, we haven't had any rain yet. So I'm on the outside of the outer bands. But we expect that rain's gonna start pretty soon. All right, Peter King joining us from CBS radio news in Somerville. Peter, thank you very much for your time. Sure. Do appreciate a kitty who radio news time is three forty three and we will continue to monitor Florence as it progresses with updates throughout the course of the afternoon to let you know, exactly. How things are progressing a lot of concern about not only property, but loss of life. You've heard in a report with rose just about thirteen minutes ago about two that had been lost. As a result of the storm making landfall will continue to monitor that for you as well and continue to pay attention as we prepare for what after-effects there are going to be. Now granted by the time. It comes to us on Monday. We're not going to have the concern about wins. It just going to be rain. And as John Grisham said, just not quite sure at this point how much rain, but here's what the forecast is at this point that Florence will become a tropical rainstorm by the time. It gets to us and we're going to feel the impact Monday and Monday night. Heavy rainfall can lead to flooding, and we already know about the flooding the weaken have here we've already gone through quite a bit of that rain over the past week or so that will continue on into Tuesday and. So tropical rainstorm Florence just meandering along with no real seeming. Hurry to be going wrong here in little five six seven miles an hour and is causing a lot of headaches at this point. All right kidney, K radio. News time is three forty four. I want to remind you that you can always text us. Your thoughts about whatever it is that you're hearing during the show, and you can do that. Here's a phone number eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty the right outta motive text line. Right automotive. The best deal in Pittsburgh once again, the phone number eight six six three nine one ten twenty more details in the forecast from AccuWeather coming up in just a second. I oh, let's get traffic.
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"Time four thirty good morning i'm bob conway these are the top stories on newsradio wvu beyond the trump administration tariffs against some chinese goods go into effect today and china's promising speedy retaliation more from cbs coming up city of cargo is investigating and apparently unauthorized transmission mission on the police radio frequency is this week and president trump is confirming to reporters about those tariffs going into effect on chinese imports novelty sports houston beef white sox four three scoring two runs in the ninth inning cubs had the day off in business overseas asian markets mixed we have fair skies now and seventy degrees cbs news update at a minute past midnight the trump administration made good on promises to impose thirty four billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese products didn't take long for beijing to retaliate with its own levies business analyst jill schlesinger affected tariffs will likely hurt many us companies that do business abroad specifically boeing caterpillar deere tyson foods hormel foods and pilgrims pry communist art laffer i hope the story is this is just a negotiation ploy these negotiation tools by both these countries to come finally down to an agreement which will reduce tariffs across the board who winds up paying the price econ professor peter maurici that trump is not targeting toasters at the walmart most of this will be hit by businesses in their supply chains components industrial goods things of that nature and in return china at a range of american agricultural fits in particular soybean cotton and so forth news update i'm deborah rodriguez wbz news time four thirty to the city of scottsdale has been investigating and apparently unauthorized transmission on its police radio frequencies this week chicago office emergency management and communications spokeswoman melissa stratton says interfering with a police radio puts.
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"Severe weather team this morning glenn to get you the most accurate and up to date information we continue to do that we're talking with a deputy commissioner for planning jim esposito from the office of emergency management now there'd be having a press conference with the mayor liberal later this morning but i guess commissioner it's all about planning planning planning for something like this sure good morning so new york city emergency management enacted it our winter weather emergency clan we issued a hazardous travel advisory and we would like to bring attention to the fact that the may declared a local state of emergency as well so the watchwords our safety safety safety we want people to enjoy the day if possible we want people to stay off the roads and highways we want to allow sanitation the opportunity to clear these roadways and highways as quickly as possible of course be aware of all of this slipping and snow related hazards that we have talked about in the past and we want you to go about your business very mindfully and carefully and his new york city does and residents do well they want to check in our neighbors right i mean we hear it all the time about you know checking on the elderly or somebody might need assistance or so much checking done on social media sometimes better to go knocking somebody's door and make sure they're okay right yes absolutely we want you to be in good neighbor we want to check on neighbors especially those who are elderly or those who are disabled and those who may be living alone and we want people to have the support that they need in these times of what can be a difficult conditions appreciated star deputy commissioner for planning jim exposito from the new york city office emergency management thanks for all you do coming up at ten o'clock the governor of new york andrew cuomo will be holding a press conference a briefing on the storm from the javits center i'm chuck the ten ten windstorm death all right glennon don't forget we have more storm coverage from our severe weather team online right.