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Storm expected to glaze Pennsylvania, New England in ice
"Snow snow snow snow is is is is blanketing blanketing blanketing blanketing much much much much of of of of the the the the Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio valley valley valley valley region region region region but but but but now now now now the the the the northeast northeast northeast northeast is is is is bracing bracing bracing bracing ice ice ice ice and and and and cold cold cold cold that that that that fierce fierce fierce fierce winter winter winter winter storm storm storm storm that that that that dumped dumped dumped dumped more more more more than than than than a a a a foot foot foot foot of of of of snow snow snow snow in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest and and and and took took took took down down down down power power power power lines lines lines lines as as as as far far far far south south south south as as as as Texas Texas Texas Texas is is is is now now now now becoming becoming becoming becoming an an an an ice ice ice ice event event event event for for for for Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and New New New New England England England England more more more more than than than than a a a a foot foot foot foot of of of of snow snow snow snow has has has has accumulated accumulated accumulated accumulated in in in in Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester New New New New York York York York in in in in the the the the past past past past two two two two days days days days Emily Emily Emily Emily Steele Steele Steele Steele tells tells tells tells wham wham wham wham TV TV TV TV she she she she and and and and her her her her neighbors neighbors neighbors neighbors came came came came out out out out together together together together to to to to help help help help shovel shovel shovel shovel people people people people out out out out going going going going up up up up and and and and down down down down the the the the street street street street seeing seeing seeing seeing if if if if anyone anyone anyone anyone can can can can get get get out out out or or or not not not get get get out out out in in in shovel shovel shovel them them them out out out if if if they they they can't can't can't forecasters forecasters forecasters say say say even even even after after after the the the storm storm storm pushes pushes pushes out out out to to to sea sea sea ice ice ice and and and snow snow snow are are are expected expected expected to to to linger linger linger because because because of of of sub sub sub freezing freezing freezing temperatures temperatures temperatures this this this storm storm storm also also also spawned spawned spawned a a a tornado tornado tornado in in in western western western Alabama Alabama Alabama that that that left left left at at at least least least one one one person person person dead dead dead I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
Flights canceled as wide swath of US braces for winter storm
"Hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of flights flights flights flights are are are are cancelled cancelled cancelled cancelled schools schools schools schools are are are are closed closed closed closed and and and and governors governors governors governors are are are are urging urging urging urging residents residents residents residents to to to to stay stay stay stay off off off off the the the the streets streets streets streets as as as as a a a a major major major major winter winter winter winter storm storm storm storm gets gets gets gets under under under under way way way way in in in in the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest the the the the National National National National Weather Weather Weather Weather Service Service Service Service says says says says six six six six to to to to twelve twelve twelve twelve inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow is is is is expected expected expected expected by by by by Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday morning morning morning morning in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the Rockies Rockies Rockies Rockies and and and and Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest while while while while heavy heavy heavy heavy ice ice ice ice is is is is likely likely likely likely from from from from Texas Texas Texas Texas through through through through the the the the Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio valley valley valley valley for for for for today today today today and and and and Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday the the the the weather weather weather weather service service service service says says says says eight eight eight eight to to to to fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow is is is is possible possible possible possible in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan that that that that includes includes includes includes Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit where where where where the the the the mayor mayor mayor mayor activated activated activated activated snow snow snow snow emergency emergency emergency emergency routes routes routes routes and and and and city city city city crews crews crews crews are are are are expected expected expected expected to to to to work work work work twelve twelve twelve twelve hour hour hour hour shifts shifts shifts shifts salting salting salting salting and and and and plowing plowing plowing plowing major major major major roads roads roads roads we we we we want want want want you you you you to to to to prepare prepare prepare prepare for for for for a a a a four four four four day day day day job job job job Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday through through through through Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday to to to to get get get get every every every every neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood street street street street are are are are clear clear clear clear audio audio audio audio courtesy courtesy courtesy courtesy of of of of W. W. W. W. X. X. X. X. Y. Y. Y. Y. Z. Z. Z. Z. TV TV TV TV where where where where resident resident resident resident David David David David McCall McCall McCall McCall says says says says he's he's he's he's ready ready ready ready to to to to snowboard snowboard snowboard snowboard embargo embargo embargo embargo right right right right now now now now for for for for the the the the gas gas gas gas well well well well hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
How Libraries Can Help You Learn, Connect and Grow With Rebecca Stoltz
"I am excited today. Because you've got a guest on. This is a guess as a little out of the box. From who've you brought on before. And i'm really excited that rebecca salsas here and What what are you guys talking about today. yes so. I'm really excited. That rebecca was able to join us today. Rebecca is the executive director of the josephine county Library foundation and is really an integral part. The library there in just being county. Where grants pass. Where i live is located. And i just wanted to spend some time talking with rebecca about the value that libraries bring to our community and to our lives and so rebecca. Thank you so much for being here. Absolutely thank you for having me ma. It's our pleasure our pleasure so We tell us just a little bit about how long you've been working with the library and What your position entails right now so i have been through. Many different transitions At our library. And i've been working about eight years back. When the library was a nonprofit i was doing the fundraising and now i've transitioned over to the library foundation and i'm not the executive director and my job is to help raise funds to support special programs and things that are outside of the library. District's budget very nice. Very nice and and i know there's a long history there with what happened in josephine county with the library system Do you want to just give a brief overview of that of what happened to it. Seems like almost twenty years ago now with libraries being defended and then what what happened in the community after that absolutely so in two thousand and eight the libraries were closed and e funded and the community really rallied. They wanted to have a library in their communities so it was a grassroots efforts and they raced funds and was able to st- originally started out of you know checking out. Books are lending out books in their vehicles in a parking lot and then they were able to raise enough money to open up. The libraries and tons of work was involved with that and our library system. Which has four branches. One in grants pass one in williams one out in the ohio valley and one out of wolf creek operated as a nonprofit for ten years so phenomenal work. I'm and it was really exciting to see a community so passionate and really finding the value of libraries in a community because there there weren't a whole lot of libraries being run as nonprofits at that time. We're there no. Our library system is kind of like a unicorn very unique. We had over three hundred volunteers at one time. Doing all of that work which is just amazing. And even within it becoming a nonprofit. There were still three over three hundred volunteers that were checking in books. Checking out books doing all of that work. In fact we have about two hundred fifty volunteers. That still are doing that. Work today. so wonderful i my. My sister has has volunteered to the library. Here for years before covid. Kind of shut down the the day to day operations of checking in and out books but What what. I wanted to kind of touch on i. I remember this is this is my embarrassing story is probably sixteen. Seventeen years ago. I was much younger and definitely not as wise and i was standing in line at a community event here in jackson county and we were at the library and i had made an offhand comment about. Why do people need libraries anymore. and what. i didn't realize. I was standing right behind. One of the board members for the jackson county library and she took me to task for about five minutes explaining the value of libraries to the community. So i would love for you to just take a minute And i'm gonna humbly ask why our library still relevant today. It's a great question and we hear it quite often. Actually you know not. Everyone has the same resources in today's world and libraries are the technology access points for so many people and we see that even more now that we've endured through a pandemic and libraries as a whole. There's just so much more than book. Repositories the cultural and community centers. And our library here in grants pass even attracts more foot traffic then the local post office so when you think about all those long lines in the post office and how busy it always. Is your library here. Josephine community library is is busier than that. And really we service as venues for community meetings host workshops from anything of you wanna learn about coating to changing a tire and i could also take a task for a long time about the importance of libraries. But just a couple numbers to run by. You is each month. More than twenty. Two thousand items are checked out. And they're in homes within our community and in a county where at least a third of our residents don't have computer or internet access at home patrons lock more than fifteen thousand computer sessions in a year and have nearly forty three thousand personal devices. Connect to the library's wifi so it is a library is so much more than just books in building. It's really an important piece of the community where people can connect and grow. I just can't agree more promptly. What got me back into. The library was have having a daughter. She's six now. You know taking her back to the library to have those experiences in the children's roman being able to kind of just see the books touch the books and kind of just have that that feel of what a library feels like is just phenomenal. I know you. There's just so many Children's programs happening at the library is as well absolutely and we have families with kids of all ages coming to participate. Whether it's our summer reading program we have sensory story times the dolly parton imagination library program or registering kits through josephine county to receive free books. Mail to them Every month and and that that is just such a fantastic program. That was a partnership. I think with The library in rotary there in josephine county. If i'm correct but That is really phenomenal. That is any any family can sign up for it. Any child and from birth to five years old every month. They get a new book in the mail. Mail to them. Yeah it's it's wonderful and we have over two thousand kids currently receiving books every month in josephine county through that program and and thanks to all for the rotary groups in grants pass and and the many funders of that program. It's been great to to get that many books in the hands of kids in our in our
Cold snap, ice, snow expected across much of the U.S.
"It's February and it sure gonna feel like it across much of the country if you're in the central third of the U. S. the National Weather Service advises that bitter arctic air you've been feeling is sticking around with wind chill warnings and advisories across Montana and the Dakotas Minnesota Iowa and Wisconsin farther south it's an ice storm affecting regions from central Texas to the Ohio valley the mix of sleet and freezing rain is forecast to end today but you could see damaging accumulations snow is forecast for the mid Atlantic through early Friday up to six inches in the northern part of the region meanwhile a series of Pacific storms are hitting the northwest winter storm blizzard in gale warnings are out and argan and Washington I'm Ben Thomas
Snow for parts of the Great Lakes, Northeast and Ohio Valley
"Winter Storm starts things off forecast across parts of the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley in the appellations National Weather Service says that parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York could see up to a foot of snow Today. Storm could dump up to seven inches in West Virginia to and some accumulation was seen in parts of Tennessee, western North Carolina and northeastern Georgia. Last night, National Weather Service says about six inches has already fallen on the South side. Of Cleveland. So here comes winter
"ohio valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"430 for this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger on news radio 700 wlw. Jason got traffic. What's going on Pretty quiet so far. Just the one early morning accident. South 75 Hobble Street doesn't look like it's causing any problems for your 75. North looks good through the cut on the hill. In fact, you cross the bridge onto the Ohio side. No problem all the way up through Sharon Gill 71 same story No problems across to 75 year overnight construction as pretty much wrapped up from the UC health traffic Center. You see Health proudly serving as Cincinnati's leading adult organ transplant program for more than 50 years. Jason Erhard on news radio 700 wlw. General Mark isn't nine. First warning Weather Center. Good morning to you. Good morning, sir. Where else would I be? Is Election day. The fun has begun. Poles officially open. It felt like the opening of the Kentucky Derby. When the When the gates come down, Yeah, horses going. OK, Here we go. It's going to be fantastic. Problem is it's not over in a tew minutes. Well day down the stretch. They come May last two weeks. You got it. You got it. I'm voting today because I like to get my little sticker. I am Teo. I'm actually taking my daughter with me. She's eight or she's nine now, and she's very interested in this whole civic process. He's been talking a lot about our president on who is to be our president. And it has. I'm taking away from my girl. You're going to see what this is about. It's gonna be great. All right. Now, let's look at the world number one. It's the weather is actually nice here and mostly across the country. It will be no Excuse for people not to vote today. They haven't No. I mean, there is so much dry weather in temperatures that are not terrible here across the Midwest, the Ohio Valley the Great Plains East Coast. I mean, yeah. You have no excuse not to go vote today. Now what I'm saying, though we'll make it back to about 59. So that makes for a nicer day. Sunshine is just icing on the cake there. Tomorrow. That sun in Southwest flow continues so well jumped to 67 tomorrow and kind of stay in the mid sixties to finish the week. So it's listen Nice, so the weekend are the seventies called off. Are you telling me that they are still there still cute up 70 on Saturday, 71 on Sunday. Still no rain in the extended which I've heard from many farmers, and they said Thank you because they're I've seen a couple fields that the farmers went out and they are just rutted and a mess. So yeah, it's been a little too wet for them to get those last two crops out long as the farmers are happy. I'm happy. I mean, they are what make us run. All right, General. Thanks. We'll talk later. Temperate now is just 38 700 wlw..
Prince William tested positive for coronavirus in April, British media reports
"A member of the British royal family was reportedly hit hard by the Corona virus. Dan Iraqi has the story from the Ohio Valley USA Radio News Bureau. According to media reports out of Britain principle in contracted covert 19 back in April, about the same time as his father, Prince Charles William, was treated by palace doctors and quarantined from the rest of his family for two weeks. While experiencing serious symptoms. The sun reports he was having trouble breathing. At one point during his sickness. William, who was second in line to the British stone behind his father wanted to keep his illness quiet as to not alarm the
McDonald's Is Bringing Back the McRib This December
"Time of year again. Nona. Thanksgiving, Not Christmas, not New Year's Eve. The McRib is coming back. USA Radio News Dan Iraqi serves the details. This time you won't need a website or have to find the normally rare menu item. McDonald's is bringing back its popular McRib sandwich nationwide on December 2nd. It's the first time the sandwiches had a large rollout since 2012 despite making nearly appearances since then. The group had always been a limited time release. Then on, Lee sent a certain markets. The concoction of pork, pickles, onions and barbecue sauce has been a popular pick from McDonald's Diner since it first appeared on many is in 1982. From the Ohio Valley USA Radio News Bureau. I'm Rocky for
Southwestern U.S. swelters in heat wave
"Of the country. It's very hot today, Meteorologist Josh Y. Says. Death Valley, California was 128 on Sunday have been in the grip of a very significant heat wave. Mostly across southwestern of south central part of the United States, and over the last several days, a lot of high temperature records daily records have been set Some spots in the south registered temperatures approaching 110 degrees. The Heat's forecast to move north and he's spreading 100 degree plus temperatures across the Ohio Valley and into the mid Atlantic
"ohio valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Play like that people are going to feel it keep listening to I heart radio for more Santana and all your favorite artists on Wednesday more rain will fall from northern Florida along the Gulf coast to Louisiana and across much of the southeast from Jacksonville Florida up to Savannah Georgia and across the Carolinas and into the central Appalachians the northwest into the Ohio valley we'll keep an eye out for severe weather for portions of the northern plains main risk of severe weather will be eastern Montana and Wyoming into western Nebraska South Dakota North Dakota even into north eastern Colorado rain for coastal Washington state well it's hot in Texas in the far southwest triple digits in the number of spots in Texas some sun for New York City in Boston Wednesday sixty five high in New York around sixty in Boston Great Lakes a dry day Wednesday sixties for highs buffalo to Chicago the west coast aside from reigning coastal Washington and Oregon will be dry for most of California sixty five the high in San Francisco with partial sun bright sun seventy five in Los Angeles that's your national weather forecast Mike Ellis NBC news radio I heart radio here are the top Steely Dan songs that you've done to number three Rikki don't lose that number.
"ohio valley" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Ohio valley make up for tomorrow will make up for it on Saturday as well here the details rest of the afternoon low and middle fifties really what you see is what you're gonna get a little bit of patchy light rain and drizzle skies will be clearing however late this evening two around midnight or so temperatures will drop back into the middle and upper forty state much better tomorrow lots of sunshine could be a few low clouds northeast the level in the morning but primarily lots of sunshine pleasant a late day high of seventy will be very close to eighty here we go come Saturday afternoon outside right now fifty two and still a little bit of that light rain broadcasting live twenty four seven from the don how're plumbing heating and air studios this is news radio eight forty WHAS but what about the colors the color team remax properties he's on the next little real estate show will the real estate recovery in our area look like a U. a V. or N. L. we'll try to figure it out buying or selling we can help join me Bob the colder the local real estate show Sunday eight thirty AM on newsradio eight forty WHAS you know it gas leaks can be dangerous here's how to know if you have one smell right next it could be a gas see a dead patch of vegetation it could be a gas leak you're hissing it could be a gas leak if you experience any of these leave your house for the area immediately then call L. Jeannie at eight hundred three three one seven three seven L. followed by nine one one in powering safety empowering possibilities hi Rick Allen here join me to find out what you need to do with your investments savings and all your personal finances in these volatile times so tune in to the Rick Adelman show every Saturday from noon to one PM right here on news radio eight forty A. M. W. H. I. S. stay tuned for an important message from I heart automotive Hey it's Tony Cruz for tri county Ford you know during these uncertain times you can be certain that tri county board will assist your online card purchase that's right from the comfort of your own home tri county four wheel drive your selection to your home sanitized and ready to go test drive yours today all you do is call tri county forty two four one seven three thirty three a logon to try getting four dot com the checkout turbo by a message from I heart automotive and your local automotive dealers since nineteen fifty nine Abrams roofing and sheet metal it's been built on quality and reputation and they continue that today large or small Abrams roofing and sheet metal covers it all taking care of all aspects to produce quality roofing call three six one seventy seven seventy seven or visit Abrams roofing dot com Hey there yeah you can make a wild guess and say you're not thinking about your air conditioner in fact you probably don't think about it until something goes wrong well since nineteen eighty three kids R. kids are his only thought about air conditioners cancer in cancer is your home town train specialist and specializes in heating cooling electrical and plumbing and we've been doing it all right here in our community locally owned and operated visit cancer cancer dot com today and see for yourself why it's hard to stop the train zero zero nine five five okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that additional that's the feeling with Capital One we're a new savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers this is banking reimagined Capital One what's in your wallet terms apply we comparison based on FDIC national right Capital One NA member FDIC I'm Bob Ross posted the new podcast stay calm meditation changed my life in college I have spent the last fifty years teaching people about the benefits of meditation from celebrity clients to students in inner city schools and now I'm sharing a lot of what I know straight to your years in my new podcast join me every Monday through Friday morning all you need is a few minutes in an open mind.
"ohio valley" Discussed on KGO 810
"Will in the accounts welcome back to America in the morning now fourteen past the hour time to check in with accu weather dot com meteorologist heather's air what parts of the country do we have to watch today for any sort of rough weather heather the card to the country that are most likely to end up with some wet weather are going to be several small little areas we still have some showers that are on going in the southwest this is mainly going to be a factor across extreme southern portions of California and over into far southern Nevada and down into southwestern parts of Arizona however the precipitation is not going to be as intense and we're not going to be seeing any risk of flooding for today unless any additional showers aggravate some flooding issues that already exist we're also going to be looking at a storm system working its way through the Ohio valley that's going to be able to bring some unsettled weather is well we're looking for mostly areas up through the Tennessee valley up into the Ohio valley to you get some showery weather that's going to be spreading eastward then as we head into later today and tonight affecting some areas in southern parts of Virginia and down into the Carolinas again that we're not looking for anything to heavy we're not looking for any kind of severe weather to affect the country as well the only area to watch for any rough storms is going to be the area that's moving out of Kansas here early today there could be some strong storms moving into southwestern Missouri just during the morning hours before those diminish and that's the weather across America in little rock Arkansas today they'll be rain and a thunderstorm this morning ending this afternoon high sixty eight and in Boston Massachusetts we'll have a brisket start to the day it'll be much cooler with sun giving way to clouds high fifty two that's the nation's whether I'm accu weather dot com meteorologist heather there thanks other this is a merit in the morning I'm Christopher cruise in for John trout it's sixteen past the hour the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow across.
"ohio valley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"No more problems sorry starting to be earned the NC double a men's basketball tournament begins in less than two weeks since Saturday public team earned the right to compete in it in the Ohio valley conference Belmont engine to losing streak to Murray state edging the races with a bucket with four seconds to go seventy six seventy five while in the mountain west good to see you because state and props Sidley echo state went down to the wire as well seven seconds six seconds five seconds can you six seven M. as the Aggies win at fifty nine fifty six over the fifth ranked Aztecs who now have to sit and wait a week to see if he'll remain a number one seed elsewhere New Mexico North Carolina Kansas back to winning the big twelve title in the regular season wrapping it up with a road win Saturday at Texas tech six game G. M. B. H. fixtures coming up short Golden State Warriors win at one eighteen one fourteen the rockets lost to Charlie after losing earlier in the week the Knicks in New York and off the court and that's making a move getting rid of head coach Kenny Atkinson moving on from him despite the fact that he's got a mid seventh in the Eastern Conference playoffs kicks Monday Tom Brady watch rolls on as we await his decision and it's a big weekend for the Lakers how will the west B. one plus championship weaken the NC double.
"ohio valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Been not half bad that little little chilly out there right I think this is going to be the coldest night here in the Ohio valley that we've seen for the entire week as temperatures are gonna bottom out and the team's you've got your subzero temperatures along the northern tier of the country I was in a mass in North Carolina today or what yes it was a mess we are they actually upgraded what had been just some winter weather advisories not a full fledged winter storm warnings for parts of North Carolina and let's get the latest from the weather service office in Morehead city North Carolina as us look like the this wintry mix is going to transition to all snow through the overnight hours and it's going to be heavy at times with the highest totals across the northern half the end of the coastal plains of eastern North Carolina of the snow will finally taper off Friday morning but today you're not before you see some heavy snow the three to five inches of accumulation which for that part of the country that's a lot of snow there are thousands without power at this point in time you got gusty winds accompany that snow as well winds gusting to like thirty five miles per hour especially over toward the coastal areas so that's really the only region of the country where we're seeing some of weather issues tonight but let's so start things off it was a rather quick hitting storm but a beautiful winter like seen across the Carolinas Thursday we saw snow when the some of the big cities Richmond Virginia Raleigh North Carolina down to Greenville South Carolina even some of the mountain areas of northern Georgia were covered in a blanket of snow by the time the sun had set now is the last measurable snow fall in much of North Carolina was at four hundred thirty seven days ago it's been a while since he would seem snow there so that brings an end to the snow drought across the state of North Carolina the last time they receive extensive snow yeah there were hundreds of accidents thousands of power outages as I left the state in the dark in actually three fatalities tide of that storm while the state started to prepare for the worst several days ago of the winter weather still causing disruptions to daily activities more than twenty five thousand customers without power as of nine PM just over three hours ago according to power outage US though the inclement weather also led to the early closing of the Mecklenburg County Board of elections some of the early voting sites there and other county sponsored evening programs commander of the state highway patrol urging people to stay off the streets once the sun went down troopers of been positioned in the possibly a post positioning mobile units in areas with ever expected the heavy snow to fall a few reports trickled in from North Carolina on accidents no reports of injuries at this point air travel what a mess put on hold despite the de icing efforts in Charlotte Douglas International about two hundred thirty flights were canceled another three hundred sixty eight flights delayed there at least four inches of snow had fallen over Waynesville North Carolina and even over eastern Tennessee yeah more snow that has fallen in Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington DC combine this entire winter by the time night fell the snow had come to an end over the western Carolinas and Georgia most of the accumulation of stock in the mountainous regions lower elevation so maybe a inch or less so the Charlotte area sol no more than say maybe half an inch of snow Greensboro and Winston Salem anywhere from one to three inch accumulations there where the snow has ended though the temperatures are below freezing or will fall during the overnight hours nobody any melting or slush on the road is going to freeze solid you got to watch for those icy patches black ice tonight even in areas that saw no accumulating snow could still see that lingering moisture re freeze and cause some problems the other major highways will be treated but you're gonna have to really be cautious on the secondary and back roads early in the day of the state wrapped up their preparations with the the anticipation that you'd see some freezing rain and snow before it was all over Thursday morning now the governor said twenty nine school districts in the state would be closed for the day fifty five others really students early in advance of the snow as the story progressed into Thursday evening North Carolina school district announcing now they're just gonna be more delays or maybe even closings for Friday's some kids going to get a three day maybe even four day weekend all right now they say naturally for people in the south you're kind of excited because of snow you don't see a lot of it but at the same time you know the whole blasted state nearly shuts down with the snow but tell me get a zoom in on the radar here yeah we're still seeing of the snows have and did you might see a flurry in Charlotte you've got I guess the the western most edge of the snow was right about Raleigh North Carolina now so you could get all the way up to the North Carolina Virginia state line and snows right down to the South Carolina no state line there and snow from about Raleigh to the coastal areas tonight looks like the real they still just rain right along the coast there from Kitty Hawk down to Wilmington North Carolina once that precip moves off shore I wish it may very well be done before we get out of here at five A. M. eastern time amazingly the weather map for the entire country will be essentially blank so the forecast for the upcoming day for Friday there really isn't one I had to get a chuckle while I pulled up the weather channel Friday's weather across the lower forty eight forecast to be so quiet that the weather maps are showing up virtually blank now they've got the map there other than a maybe a a sprinkle along the southeast coast it's as if the continental United States has massive deflector shield for any rain or snow Friday winter weather experts say yeah you may be tempted to take I'll take the day off Friday why are we writing an article about nothing well we had to have something to write.
"ohio valley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Thousand nine hundred and seventy three trips what so you do work for a living you're just not sitting in the car eight six six ninety right I it's time for your national forecast this very potent storm system brings yet another round of heavy rain and strong thunderstorms across the Deep South and mid south today and then later in the day we'll see some clearing some strong storms could be expected today and of course the flash flooding concerns are there the steady rain across the southern Ohio valley will increase flooding concerns as well now on the northern side of the storm we are continuing to see snow this morning from Chicago into Detroit that'll start winding down later in the day but a good portion of the day filled with snow from Minnesota Illinois in northern Indiana and most of Michigan across I ninety near Cleveland and into New York you'll find some icing in a narrow band that extends up through northern New York now west of the Mississippi things are mainly dry today some clouds along the west coast will bring in some rain for Washington and Oregon coast on Friday a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout are you in your care for your mom or dad would kill you know where to send my side here you know I'm always looking for.
The Mothman Cometh
"This podcast isn't so much about hidden history as it is about aww forgotten event and that's the case. Today's podcast the moth man. The town of point pleasant is located in West. Virginia is a county seat for Mason County County population of about forty five hundred. The town isn't without its history though. Mark Twain grandparents called quite pleasant home as did kid kid pros who in nineteen forty came up with the design for the cheat and one of the last confederate generals John Closely and made his final Home there and died a Grimm's landing in nineteen twenty seven when you enter downtown point pleasant. You can't miss that twelve foot statue. The moth map the first off man side was by five men digging graves the cemetery and Clendenin West Virginia. Not far from point. Pleasant wasn't the date was November. Sixteenth nineteen sixty six. The next sighting of what was described as a man with giant wings of blood. Red Eyes was reported reported to the sheriff by two couples. Roger and Linda scarberry and Stephen Mary Mallett who said it followed their car that November number. The point pleasant register printed an article titled Couple Seaman Size Bird Creature or something. The national press picked up on the story and spread it across the United States of their sightings flooded into the sheriff's office including from to volunteer firemen with the sightings. Came Trad Pity after nearly a year of reported sightings and point pleasant on December Fifteenth Nineteen Sixty Seven. The silver bridge collapsed killing forty six residents in Russia. A Moscow sighting of the moth man was attributed to the nineteen ninety nine bombing of a large apartment complex. In point pleasant alone there for over two hundred reported sightings was similar descriptions. The moth man was also cited in the United Kingdom Germany France and Ireland. The interesting in fact is that all the sightings have nearly the same description unfortunately the sightings are often related to tragedy and from this emerged. John John Keells book the Moth Man Prophecies followed by the movie in Two Thousand Two starring Richard Gere titled The Mothman Prophecies But like like bigfoot flying saucers aliens the moth man despite many reported sightings from half a dozen countries and upstanding citizens with no ambition ambition for fame or financial gain or dismissed by skeptics while the original side of the Mothman comes from a region known as the Ohio Valley and are often written off as imagination poorer under educated a religiously superstitiously influenced individuals many of the sightings in Chicago. Oh the UK. Germany France Russia in Ireland can't be so easily dismissed.
"ohio valley" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In the Ohio valley the northeast and New England today meteorologist Allison change our says that's all going to affect flyers in terms of travel delays some of the biggest cities that likely to have problems will be Chicago Detroit Cincinnati Cleveland even stretching over towards Washington DC New York and Boston and those last three cities they're likely to have even more travel problems as the system wraps up and then comes the bitter cold the impeachment trial of president trump begins in earnest on Tuesday White House correspondent Bob Constantini reports the president's lawyers are no strangers to television president has seen and heard a lot recently from Kenneth Starr the special counsel whose report led to bill Clinton's impeachment and famed law professor Alan Dershowitz both have been on fox news is analysts generally the clearing what the president did is not an impeachable offense let alone the Senate removing Mr trump former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi a current member of the impeachment legal team also has a lot of television appearance expiry house Democrats have until five PM eastern today to file their written arguments with the Senate leaders of the Virginia government are asking the state Supreme Court to uphold a ban on weapons at a plan gathering of gun rights supporters on Monday a gathering is to happen at the state capital Richmond correspondent Jason Carroll reports the officials believe the ban is necessary because of threats they say they've been getting from white supremacist group you still have gun rights groups are saying still not fair and so they're trying to appeal the judge's order we're gonna see we're gonna see what happens with that right now it's still standing police in Georgia say they charge three men linked to a violin white supremacist group with conspiring to commit murder police say they are members of the base a group that's promised to attack minorities the U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to appear here an appeal of a ban on the trump administration role that would lead almost any employer refused to provide no cost birth control for women on religious grounds mind Christopher crews Hey the following program.
Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema
"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great
Kentucky coal miners end protest with paychecks
"In eastern Kentucky coal miners blocked a railroad track today in protest the miners worked for quest energy and they said they hadn't received pay since December twenty seventh the protest follows the example of a different group of Kentucky miners those miners staged a similar blockade for months last summer and eventually won back pay told Russell is one of the miners who protested today your stand up for yourself and and for for dressing as we got your money somehow you know and it worked for them so much I don't give a shot to see if we can get our money somehow Sydney bowls a reporter for the Ohio valley resource joins us from Kentucky where she's been covering that protests in Sydney I know you've reported that the protesters wrapped up did these miners get what they wanted they did they did we got word late this afternoon that the miners had received back pay in their bank accounts the miners are saying that they were concerned that if they hadn't locked the train they wouldn't have received that money but in kind of a complicated twist they're also saying that there are concerns that taking the stand will make it harder for them to find work in the future right because this is been a very high profile protests right and they feel like they got paid because of it absolutely minus that I spoke to were we're fairly certain that they wouldn't have received this pay if they hadn't locked that string how about the company Qwest energy what comments have they had on the situation so I received two statements from quest energy yesterday in the first statement they were very conciliatory they said they understood the miners frustration and they were doing everything they could to make sure the miners got paid but ID interestingly in response to some follow up questions that I sent them quest energies parent company American resources corporation sent me an additional statement that had a very different tone they were essentially planning the minors for not receiving pay saying that by blocking this train they were making it harder for for them to receive back pay so those were the comments from quest energy before since the blockade is ended have you heard from them I have not heard from them since then I want to talk about the blockade itself because it's the second in half a year what's going on with this industry and its workers right so coal mining in Appalachia production has been on the decline since the nineteen nineties but this is a really prolonged and extraordinary slump in order to combat the the declining share of coal in our nation's energy portfolio a lot of cool companies have been turning to metallurgical coal which is called it's used to make steel but recently we've seen that even that turn has not been enough to to bolster this this flagging industry we recently had some analysis showing that coal mining in Appalachia is expected to decline a further twenty percent by twenty twenty one and that means that things are not likely to turn around that's in the bowls a reporter for the Ohio valley resource covering the coal miner blockade in Pike County Kentucky that blockade has racked up anything so much
"ohio valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Christmas week rolls around no we close out another weekend with a lot of issues travel concerns with old man winter sweeping through the central and eastern portions of the country and the set up of that through the day today in the south you're gonna want to have your weather alerts activated on your smartphone apps because the potential for severe strong straight line winds and tornadoes I was kind of the set up is going to be unfolding as we progress through Monday afternoon even into Monday night in the early hours of Tuesday morning but on the northern side it's our wintry weather side with winter storm warnings stretching from the eastern most reaches of Kansas right through the heart of the Missouri through central portions of Illinois and then it's just winter weather advisories through about the southern two thirds of Indiana the southern half of Ohio the advice was gonna drop off it right along the Ohio valley river line southern Indiana southern Ohio not much as far as wintry advisories down in Kentucky it's the rain and flash flood watches through much of southern and eastern Kentucky southern portions of West Virginia you get into the northern half of West Virginia it all up in southern Pennsylvania eastern Pennsylvania western New Jersey all areas that are under winter weather advisories through the overnight hours tonight is I look at the at the current rate are seen not were seen the transition from snow to kind of a mixed bag you may have some sleet and just to a plane rain kind of mixed in for the southern most reaches of Indiana it seems like the the transition line is creeping up in the north in Kentucky you don't have to get too far south of Cincinnati.
'A distinctly American phenomenon': Our workforce is dying faster than any other wealthy country, study shows
"A new study in the journal of the American medical association tests the assumptions some people have about life in America the research finds that working age Americans are less likely to live to retirement age than any time in recent history Dr Steven Wolff is the report's lead author he's director emeritus of the center on society in health at Virginia Commonwealth University thank you for being here as a pleasure I just wish it was for better reasons yeah I mean if these numbers are pretty alarming you what you were looking at life expectancy mortality across the United States between nineteen fifty nine and twenty seventeen telling what you found well what we found is that since two thousand ten all cause mortality that means the chances of dying before eight sixty five have been increasing in the United States and for the past three years life expectancy has been decreasing it's a it's a quite alarming recent trend but our study shows that it's been decades in the making starting back in the nineteen eighties is this happening in in other wealthy countries or is this a distinctly US thing that's the thing in this this does appear to be a distinctly American phenomenon there's some element of this happening a little bit in the UK and Canada but nothing on the scale of the United States life expectancy continues to climb in other wealthy nations so what are the factors here what do you think is happening well we did a pretty detailed analysis to peel back the onion and try to understand this the trend in life expectancy is being caused as you said by increased mortality and working age Americans from age twenty five to sixty four and the leading contributors to that is is the drug addiction problem drug overdoses are a major factor in explaining this trend however we also found increases in deaths from alcoholism from suicides in from dozens of organ diseases all told thirty five causes of death where mortality rates had increased in this age group so you did that's the age group abroad age group as you start to to look into to different parts of that age group I mean who exactly is this affecting the most well it's affecting everyone both young adults and middle aged adults but I guess the more alarming piece of this is the large increase in young adults we saw twenty nine percent increase in mortality among adults twenty five to thirty four and Hansen the data that even younger Americans late teens early twenties those numbers are beginning to creep up is there a geographic element to this there is exactly in fact our analysis intentionally looked at the data for all fifty states to try to locate where in the country this was happening the most and what we found was that the increase was largest in the industrial Midwest central appellation in northern New England but particularly in the Ohio valley that was like ground zero for this phenomenon we found for example that of all the excess deaths that occur in the United States due to this increase in mortality one third of them occurred in four states Ohio Pennsylvania Kentucky and Indiana those four states accounted for one third of the excess deaths between two thousand ten and two thousand seventeen why those four states do thing well that's something that researchers like myself continue to need to tease out but one very attractive explanation is the economy this is the rust belt and and the area where at the time when this decline began the nineteen eighties and nineties is when we saw a major transformation in the economy the loss of manufacturing jobs coal mines closing steel mills closing and families and communities exposed to many years of economic stresses and we think they're taking their toll on on folks health I mean I mentioned some of the assumptions that that some make about life in in America and you know I mean I think about the medical advances we've made it look like when you started looking at these numbers how surprised were you were you and your team well this is not a new subject for us so we were entirely surprised by the trend we were concerned about the scale of it the pervasiveness of it and how it's cutting across all racial and ethnic groups affecting basically all geographic settings large cities suburbs and and rural America can be reversed I think it can but we need to change our policy priorities in this country and focus more on improving the social and economic conditions for the middle class if were going to see a reversal to this trend otherwise our children are destined to you to live younger
Life Expectancy and Mortality Rates in the United States, 1959-2017
"A new study in the journal of the American medical association tests the assumptions some people have about life in America the research finds that working age Americans are less likely to live to retirement age than any time in recent history Dr Steven Wolff is the report's lead author he's director emeritus of the center on society in health at Virginia Commonwealth University thank you for being here as a pleasure I just wish it was for better reasons yeah I mean if these numbers are are pretty alarming you were you were looking at life expectancy mortality across the United States between nineteen fifty nine and twenty seventeen telling what you found well what we found is that since two thousand ten all cause mortality that means the chances of dying before eight sixty five have been increasing in the United States and for the past three years life expectancy has been decreasing it's a it's a quite alarming recent trend but our study shows that it's been decades in the making starting back in the nineteen eighties is this happening in in other wealthy countries or is this a distinctly US thing that's the thing in this this does appear to be a distinctly American phenomenon there's some element of this happening a little bit in the UK and Canada but nothing on the scale of the United States life expectancy continues to climb in other wealthy nations so what are the factors here what do you think is happening well we did a pretty detailed analysis to peel back the onion and try to understand this the trend in life expectancy is being caused as you said by increased mortality and working age Americans from age twenty five to sixty four and the leading contributors to that is is the drug addiction problem drug overdoses are a major factor in explaining this trend however we also found increases in deaths from alcoholism from suicides in from dozens of organ diseases all told thirty five causes of death where mortality rates had increased in this age group so that's the age group abroad age group as you start to to look into to different parts of that age group I mean who exactly is this affecting the most well it's affecting everyone both young adults and middle aged adults but I guess the more alarming piece of this is the large increase in young adults we saw twenty nine percent increase in mortality among adults twenty five to thirty four and Hansen the data that even younger Americans late teens early twenties those numbers are beginning to creep up is there a geographic element to this there is exactly in fact our analysis intentionally looked at the data for all fifty states to try to locate where in the country this was happening the most and what we found was that the increase was largest in the industrial Midwest central appellation in northern New England but particularly in the Ohio valley that was like ground zero for this phenomenon we found for example that of all the excess deaths that occur in the United States due to this increase in mortality one third of them occurred in four states Ohio Pennsylvania Kentucky and Indiana those four states accounted for one third of the excess deaths between two thousand ten and two thousand seventeen why those four states do thing well that's something that researchers like myself continue to need to tease out but one very attractive explanation is the economy this is the rust belt and and the area where at the time when this decline began the nineteen eighties and nineties is when we saw a major transformation in the economy the loss of manufacturing jobs coal mines closing steel mills closing and families and communities exposed to many years of economic stresses and we think they're taking their toll on on folks health I mean I mentioned some of the assumptions that that some make about life in in America and you know I mean I think about the medical advances we've made it look like when you started looking at these numbers how surprised were you were you and your team well this is not a new subject for us so we were entirely surprised by the trend we were concerned about the scale of it the pervasiveness of it and how it's cutting across all racial and ethnic groups affecting basically all geographic settings large cities suburbs and and rural America can be reversed I think you can but we need to change our policy priorities in this country and focus more on improving the social and economic conditions for the middle class if were going to see a reversal of this trend otherwise our children are destined to you to live younger lives thank you Stephen wolf as director emeritus of the center for society in health the Virginia Commonwealth University lead author of the report life expectancy and mortality rates in the United States nineteen fifty nine to twenty seventeen it's in the journal of the American medical association we
Arctic blast spreads shivers to the eastern US
"Severe weather in the Midwest is moving east snow cold rain and mud and it's not even winter yet snowfall Tuesday in buffalo and Detroit set records for the date even Memphis got a dusting of snow then there's the frigid cold the National Weather Service is Brian Hurley we had a ninety one record low temperatures yesterday Tuesday so that stretches anywhere from the central and southern plains Mississippi valley Ohio valley Tennessee valley into the mid Atlantic and northeast then early Wednesday temperatures dropped into the single digits in parts of the northeast forecasters predict even lower temperatures heading into Thursday in some locations I'm ready to fall les
Earth Observations in Kentucky
"More than five hundred miles of kentucky's northern border is defined by the ohio river but the ohio and its tributaries mutairi's are prone to flooding and the results can be disastrous. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future after a significant flood in two thousand eighteen a nasa develop team utilized earth observing data to help communities in the ohio valley understand the risks and impacts of flooding the team compared environmental satellite imagery to road networks infrastructure and population asian distribution to create flood risk maps for communities along the river trends about major roadways that are impassable and the number of hospitals within flood prone areas that are inaccessible were provided to collaborators like the kentucky division of water and fema partners in the study will use this information to provide more targeted flood warning messages city and county manager will be able to calculate flood depth and develop new evacuation routes win the ohio river floods again nastase earth observations will help kentucky be better prepared for high water for innovation now armed jennifer polled innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w h._r. V.
Kentucky coal miners block train tracks in protest for pay from bankrupted company
"No pain no coal coal company black tool one of the country's largest declared bankruptcy suddenly earlier this month many of its employees haven't been paid in weeks the company it's still loaded up a train with coal the protest I did with five minors blocking the tracks on Monday now there are many tents set up there's a first aid kit and port a potties a generator or food tent that's reporter Sidney bowls of the Ohio valley resource she spoke to us from Harlan county earlier today designers have not officially been laid off by a black jewel they were just essentially told not to come into work one black jewel went bankrupt on July first these matters are really frustrated this is not the way that a call bankruptcy typically goes typically miners would stay working even if they had a new employer and they might not even notice the difference but these guys really haven't been told what's going on there even thousands of dollars in in back wages and they're hurting you know it's back to school season I've spoken to minors who feel that they may not be able to get their kids new shoes I mean clothes for the school year and miners who just bought a new house and can't make payments or who are behind on on other expenses that they didn't expect to be behind on you spoke with Felicia crests her husband worked at a mine in Harlan county here she is it was around the fourth of July that Friday Hey you know guys payday cashed it came home on Saturday morning we were alerted that our banking account was I would record three thousand dollars so the company paid workers and bad checks am I getting that right yeah many actually had those checks and they thought the money was was solidly in their account to the text and bounced and they didn't have access to that some miners spent a lot of that money on normal life expenses only to find themselves pretty far in the red and responsible for that with their banks there is a history in eastern Kentucky of coal miners pro testing if they haven't done anything like this in a long time and I want to come back to that person you spoke to Felicia crest because she honestly sounds angry at the leadership of black jewel who she is or what this Kobe going to was a statement here if I was making a statement well at all this money be going to let's get all of it this one a lot these men that work for it and get nothing from it how common is that sentiment that's a really common sentiment ID folks here are really frustrated that big companies are continuing to profit while they're really stranded with not much recourse and you're right there has been a long history of labor organizing here Harlan county where I'm sitting right now was that the site as bloody mine was back in the nineteen thirties and eastern Kentucky was the site of a lot of early union activism miners have also rally to to support black long legislation they've also been really instrumental in working for a stronger better conditions for this hard work so I will say that the brotherhood among minors is really strong and and they're familiar with what it takes to stand up to these companies what has black tool set about all this so out to representatives for black tool and I've been directed to statements have been issued to employees those statements encourage minors to dip into their retirement savings to make ends meet in the short term I've also specific questions about when the standoff might and what might happen with the coal and when miners can expect to be paid and I have not received answers to those questions that Sydney bowls reporter with the Ohio valley resource public media collaborative thank you for your reporting thanks
Barry, Mississippi And Lower Ohio Valleys discussed on Financial Issues with Dan Celia
"Downgraded to a tropical rainstorm Barry still threatens parts of the U. S. with heavy rain and flooding today it's expected to affect the mid Mississippi and lower Ohio valleys tomorrow it'll dump rain on parts of the upper Ohio
"ohio valley" Discussed on KOMO
"And the lower Ohio valleys president trump is responding to the backlash over his criticism of for democratic congresswoman who are all women of color if you're not happy in the U. S. if you're complaining all the time very simply you can leave you can leave right now ABC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from Washington DC this morning Karen even by this administration standards the push back on this has been pretty strong yeah I mean this is been of massive controversy in Washington since the president first rode the streets on Sunday morning and now here we are on day three the president continuing to fan the flames of the controversy and the Democrats are set to begin debate this afternoon on a resolution condemning the president's attacks on these four democratic Congress women all women of color the president though in his push back on Twitter this morning said that the house should be voting to rebuke what he called the filthy and he lays things the women have said this resolution that the house Democrats have put forward said that the president's tweet attacks have quote legitimized fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color this is certainly putting Republicans on the hot seat later tonight when a vote is expected on this resolution either stand with the president or come out against him with these comments and we'll see what happens but Republican leaders leaders so far have been very silent on the issue of the suites how many have come forward it was kind of kind of a trickle process yesterday yeah our numbers we reached out to everybody in our numbers were that just seventeen Republican senators commented when asked about the president's tweets that not everybody was condemning the motor does distancing themselves deflecting attention and focusing on something else in the house it was just thirteen of a hundred and ninety seven who even responded to our request the really strong responses have been few and far between and there are some strong responses from the democratic members of Congress themselves who were the target of of this Twitter attack yeah they had a press conference yesterday these for democratic women who were the target of the president's tweets and congressman Omar said that this is the agenda of white nationalist that she doesn't happening in chat rooms and happening out in the country and now it's reached the White House congressman or she did to lead says this is not the first nor will it be the last time that she says that will here at bigoted language as what she called it from the president there is also a sense that they wanted to focus on policy and talk about their agenda versus the press within Congress when Presley said that this is a distraction Karen thank you very much ABC's Karen Travers with us from Washington DC on another matter president trump says his administration's going to look into possible dealings between Google and the Chinese government trump tweeting this morning about tech investor and PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel who accused Google of possible treason by working with Beijing to get its search engine into China from says teal knows the subject better than anyone in the White House we'll take a look at the matter R. and B. singer R. Kelly is expected to appear in a Chicago federal courtroom today he's charged with federal sex crimes and racketeering in two separate indictment filed last week one in Chicago and one in Brooklyn a judge is expected to consider whether Kelly should be freed from jail as he awaits trial como news time six twenty.
B. C. Sherry Preston, United States And Ohio Valley discussed on WBZ Midday News
"A B. C. sherry Preston says with a telescope you'll be able to see the planet Saturn and its rings clearly it was in opposition which means it and the sun are on opposite sides of the earth which also means the ringed planet is as close as it'll be this year to the earth if you want to see the range on the the telescope pointed in the southeastern sky at dusk and look up center will be visible all night long eventually sitting opposite the sun in the west around dawn most of the southwestern United States what a great view same up through the Ohio valley but sorry those of you in the Midwest and the
"ohio valley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ohio valley into this weekend. You're listening to NPR news. Catherine Pugh has resigned as the mayor of Baltimore. Her attorney announced the move by reading a statement on her behalf. Emily Sullivan of member station. W? Why PR has details the scandal that led to Pugh's political demise began in mid March? When the Baltimore Sun reported that pew sold half a million dollars worth of self published. Children's books to the university of Maryland medical system, while she served on its governing board pure resigned from that board and said that she did not sell books to any other businesses, but a healthcare insurance and a prominent businessman among others came forward. They gave the first term democrat hefty checks books and were later awarded lucrative contracts with the city amid outcry p went on indefinite paid leave on April. First Sania case of pneumonia. The FBI and IRS raided her home in city hall office weeks later for NPR news. I'm Emily Sullivan in Baltimore, we can expound her Julian Assange says he will not agree to extradition to the United States where he spacing charges of. Conspiring to hack into Pentagon computers. Assange appeared at a hearing in London on Thursday. He's due back in court there later this month with a full hearing on the US extradition request plan for early June. Then as well as top court has ordered the arrest of opposition activists Leopoldo Lopez. The pro government courses Lopez violated his house arrest by joining senior military officials who stays to brief uprising in Caracas this week. Lopez was detained in two thousand fourteen for leading protests against the nNcholas Maduro government. He's an ally of opposition leader one Guido whose urging Venezuelans to rise up. I'm Shay Stevens..
"ohio valley" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"You know, the system is expected to shift to the Ohio valley in the southeast on Sunday. President Trump on Twitter confirming that his administration is indeed giving strong consideration to releasing immigrants crossing into the country illegally into sanctuary cities this after the White House and the department of homeland security said the plan had been rejected CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey. President Trump says if sanctuary cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco are willing to protect illegal immigrants. They can have all of them straight from the border. We'll bring them to sanctuary city areas and let that particular area take care of authorities in sanctuary cities refused to enforce federal immigration law opponents of the president's plan to shit migrants far from the border call it dehumanizing costly and possibly illegal Oakland, California mayor. Shaft says the Trump administration wants to attack the president's enemies in democratic strongholds that don't fall in line with his extreme immigration policies. The man who pled guilty to taking college entrance exams for the children of wealthy. People will be sentenced in July marker Dell has been cooperating with authorities since February in hopes of getting a lighter sentence CBS's Carter Evans, we're now learning some of the students allegedly involved in the scheme could potentially be charged as well. A source confirms to CBS news that students who were adults at the time had been sent target letters informing them they're part of the investigation. The US attorney's office declined to comment. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats have only been in power in the house for three months, and now is the time to look for places with bipartisan support she spoke to sixty minutes. Correspondent Lesley Stahl out power. The speaker is to set the agenda. We didn't have a speaker who would bring a gun Bill to the floor. We didn't have a speaker who had been dreamers issue to the. Floor. We do now. And that's a very big difference that power, the speaker is awesome. Awesome. House speaker Nancy Pelosi is speaking with sixty minutes..
"ohio valley" Discussed on Around the Rim
"You know, they are they have championship in a I mean, they've been champions four years in a row, and they've got players who have that experience. They've played tough schedule. And they haven't really been blown out, you know, by anybody who's their non conference. So this is not a new experience for them going into, you know, postseason play. So I I know for sure don's a smart coach, and she's not gonna take this team lightly. They're very experienced, you know, senior point guards Darby Maggard, I call her the little general they listed by two. But I stood next door. I'm not really sure that's the case. But she's she's small factor. But she definitely runs that team. And you know comes through for them with daggers right at the moment, whenever they need from way way way on line lunch. She could if she could be an old for the whole game. But she'll hit that shot when they need it. So they have a chance for an upset. I think you know, there's a couple of things that they're going to have to do. They average about ten three pointers a game. But I think they're gonna have to hit at least a minimum of fifteen to to do that to to be able to South Carolina. You know, I called Darby Magritte everyone's favorite point guard because everyone loves are. And how fun is she been to watch. She was the obesity women's basketball player of the year this year, but it is her leadership in just her overall desire for the game. You know, it's hard because teams are so good. At scouting Don has a lot of options in the back court if they're able to take away Darby Maggard who else will need to step up and being scoring factor for Belmont. Well, the other player they have is Elliara Meyer, and she's one of the two what I call to tweezers her and and monstrum. Yeah, she's leading scorer and she has to come through. And they run her off the lot of different of screens and because of their. Motion offense, and they had the ability really do this a lot. They love the post up wants to men and harm ir on smaller guards. So they see an opportunity for that mismatch. They will. They will definitely do that. No. The Bill Maher has their work cut out for them with the South Carolina Gamecocks, but they were one of my favorite teams. I actually had them earlier in the season. I think part Brooks who is a Doug Bruno protege has done a good job of continuing on you know, what they built their now. Hell, and why have you you know, in your coaching experience? I just want to ask you some general questions right now about a teams mindset if you're a head coach preparing for the NCAA tournament right now how much are you willing to change your style of play? Right. Because there's great coaches we were on a conference call yesterday, and Carolyn peck will saying obviously, she's won a national championship. And she said, you know, I'm interested to see if coaches are willing to change and stretch. Who they are. Now, we know some some teams aren't gonna change right. Because we know for fact Syracuse was gonna play zone Q is not coming out of that zone. No matter what. But how much flexibility to coaches have to be willing to have? And how much do they also have to stick with what got them here? And what their teams are confident in. I really think it depends on the team. You have you know, I think it depends on the basketball. I q the team that you have. And how comfortable they are with your system. I do think that you need to be flexible for sure, but you don't have to go so far out of your comfort zone. I mean, you can tweet what you already have. And you know, that way your players won't feel like they're doing something totally new. And you know, it depends on the team that you're playing how much you're going to tweet..
"ohio valley" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Well from late last night into the early morning hours of your Saturday. We're going to continue to see some light snowfall throughout the southern Illinois central Indiana region over through the Ohio valley and a thin band of some icing, especially for southern Missouri in through western Kentucky and portions of the Appalachians throughout the day snow to the north of that area, and then rain to the south for the lower Tennessee valley and much of the south. It's all connected with a cold front. The colder air coming in out of Canada interacting with warm air from the south, and we'll have rain for the southern tier states along the Gulf from Louisiana over to Florida for most of Texas just colder air on this Saturday. We went from seventy four yesterday to today's high. We'll be right around sixty three for Sunday. Fifty seven degrees in Dallas Raines, continue on the west coast your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. We try to. I'm Eric Connor. Myers Monday on using this morning awaiting for more rain what you can expect for your morning.
"ohio valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Coast to coast AM, Richard Serra, sitting in for George Noory and investigative story. An avocation archaeologist and author Jason Giral is with me ages of the giants a cultural history of the tall ones in prehistoric America, which he co authored with Sarah farmer where do giants fit in with native American cosmology. Did did the giants. Did they arrive in North America before? Native Americans or were did they coexist? Tell me about that. Well to begin with they were a recurring element in the general prehistoric of North America that goes back to the original found groups who entered the continent from Eurasia at least twenty thousand years ago. They were not guaranteed any type of status or leadership positions by virtue of their unique is a county. This is testified fact that while they're founding group burials just carelessly dumped into a pit in some of the ancient tombs. In other teams, they are found with exotic goods, which suggests that some of them had leadership positions. But in fact, they were actually a part of the base population and actually continued up to historic times when they were documented among the existing native American tribes. And you do a lot of work investigating mounts up and down the Ohio valley were these burial mounds. Used to entomb these giants or were they used for non giants as well members of the non population. Most of the population was made up of people without the unique physicality. The the burial mounds which form the primary focus of my research are of the Adena and Hopewell mound building cultures in the Ohio valley. Together, these cultures state between five hundred BC and roughly five hundred AD and the burial mounds of these two cultures. These earthworks building cultures in the Ohio valley had been found to contain more. Unusually large skeletons, then the tombs of any other ancient culture from anywhere else in the history of the world. Now, the burial mounds themselves were built to contain the remains of. And local community members. And in some instances individuals from multiple regional communities, and they they were built for the entire population. The reason that the tall ones in the large skeletons are so famously known from these mounds just because the cultures themselves are so famous and exotic, but one of the things we found in researching ages of the giants was that these remains are actually found in all of the cultures going back to the archaic period here in the eastern woodlands and the Great Lakes region of the United States and people with this unique physicality were born into the historic period. In fact, many of the old press articles that describe large skeletons from burial mounds that have been promoted as ancient giants are actually burials that were made in. Mountains that were very recent some of them after European contact because the remains are found with Spanish trade goods in some instances. So essentially, they they're part of the population that constructed the exotic mound builder cultures. But they are also a part of all of the other ancient cultures from this part of the country. They are in the ancestry of the Elgon Qian. The sue the Cherokee the Iroquois the caddo pony the creeks and other indigenous peoples from the eastern United States now we're not talking about, you know, twelve foot giants or anything. Extraordinary like that. We're talking about what on the order of seven foot seven and a half feet. Well, that's that's a really excellent point. And that's why I refer to them myself as the tall ones. It's not only much more appropriate descriptive term. But it is also the term which was used for them by the tribal elders consulted by the great native American scholar to Loria who published about this in his book red earth white lies in nineteen ninety seven. The actual reports of archaeologists that acknowledged the large remains going back to the excavations of the Smithsonian in the eighteen eighties. Are describing people who range between seven and eight feet in height with very powerful musculature is evidenced by the attachments, which are detectable in observable on the bones. Very thick skulls who practiced artificial cranial deformation their facial skeleton was also very pronounced and powerful. They had large brow ridges, but it's been well known since the mid twentieth century that these people did not have any type.
"ohio valley" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"As we stay down in those low majors and talk about the Ohio valley conference. Yeah. Eastern Kentucky's offense. First of all eastern Kentucky police, really really fast. I believe they're second in Asia, the tempo. This is a team at ten thirty percent on pretty point rates. So far this year. They were thirty five percent last year. They've played the seventy toughest schedule as far as defensive. They're part of your Cording to ten Paul, Molly. Obviously, they're not going to be playing many good defenses than that will be pretty. I mean most defenses are, you know, bottom fifty years seventy five eight cents of the country. I think eastern Kentucky in quite a few points. You're going forward. I think they're efficiency metrics will improve as we look toward the the next few weeks. Yeah. Eastern Kentucky's a team I mentioned actually a week ago in my three pack video over on our YouTube page, and I liked them against Tennessee State. Because you know, they were already Owen two they lost Austin P and Murray state they had Belmont on deck. So I figured okay. You know, rallying point game for them gave them to look a little bit better dropping down in terms of class on. Of course, they wind up. Losing that one eighty two eighty one but I was a little bit gun shy to go back on. I'm here this Thursday. But you know, I did like them and that spotting it's UT Martin on a game that will be last night for our listeners. But I that's definitely one that you wanna look at there is, you know, keep that in mind too is when a team plays the top teams in its conference in a lot of these little major leagues, there's a very clear separation. Well, the other thing that's important to point out about eastern Kentucky is all their games have been on the road at the conference. I mean, they played four straight road games. Now, they play four straight home games. That's pretty strange schedule. You don't see that very often? But I think eastern Kentucky is better than their their record would indicate they've played the seventy eighth tough schedule in the country. So far this year much tougher schedule than what most teams have played in Lovie VC. Eastern Kentucky number two to FIU when it comes to tempo. According to Ken palm. Anyway, when you've got a high tempo team. I mean does that scare you away from them on the road? Just because you get reasonably assume there'll be less efficient. Y-? I don't read into that two months. I think that that would be something that it depends on the team. Obviously. I mean, what is your touchy feeling they're using a full four press and trying to get over and Quint points. The fifty eight best in the country so far turnover percentage, I would expect that they probably want to get a higher turnover pretendants in that based on full pressing almost all the time. You know, if you're pressing that much you should probably be in the top twenty five and turnover percentage to me, you know, obviously, you're gonna get where we're officiency rates on the road. But I think that's kind of baked into the number. So I wouldn't read too much into that..
"ohio valley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So you think it's cold that ain't nothing. The second in this of storms. That's going to bring the heavy snow and blizzard conditions parts of the central plains and the midwest Friday into Saturday before the mid Atlantic and the northeast over the weekend. The temperatures from the central plains to the Great Lakes. The Ohio valley are gonna plummet from the twenties thirties and forties during the storm to the single digits teens and twenties right behind the storm. Folks from the upper midwest to the central plains in the western Great Lakes. You'll be the first to feel the arrival of the Arctic air on Saturday followed by the Ohio valley in the central Appalachians on Sunday and then the northeast on Sunday night. Now because of the brutal cold following the storm. Those expected to be in the area of the heaviest snow if you're Seapower adages. You may experience lengthy power outages that could lead to pipes bursting, especially those on exterior walls, anybody in those areas while they're suggesting should have a backup generator on hand be prepared to seek an alternate way of staying warm. The wind chill factors. What it's gonna feel like we'll be no higher than to single digits in parts of the Tennessee river valley and the lower Ohio valley on Sunday. And then holding in the teens and below zero or that actually the teams below zero. Across much of the midwest and the Great Lakes region. During the height of the storm winds thirty gusty the forty five miles per hour. And in the immediate wake that spreading from west to East Saturday and Sunday. You're going to be traveling interstates. Or even secondary roads in areas to receive substantial amounts of snow be alert for the blowing and drifting snow and rapid reductions in visibility it. Make it so cold that we see the the chemicals they use to treat. The roads in melted. Snow become pretty much ineffective. Even in areas where all or mostly rainfalls during the store over parts of the southern plains to near in south of the Ohio river, the rapid freeze up could lead to icy patches on the roads and sidewalks now that freezing air is going to penetrate into the deep south reaching the central Gulf Coast by Saturday night northern and central Florida by Sunday night. Now, the core that bitterly cold air will shift eastward into the mid Atlantic in the northeast Sunday night into Monday, where high temperatures no better than the teams on the I ninety five corridor and single digits. I mean, that's daytime highs across much of New England. So yeah, it's gonna be cold. It's possible. That the severity of the cold itself may lead to school delays or even closings early next week. In some cases, say it's too cold to have kids standing out there waiting on a bus right now. Since temperatures are gonna fall ten to twenty degrees in a matter of hours behind the storm. Mentioned this last evening, if if you do get the snow you're encouraged to get out there. And get shoveled ASAP because it's gonna freeze up, and.