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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"President Trump and the first lady traveled to Alabama today to tour areas destroyed by tornadoes over the weekend. At least twenty three people were killed in cluding four children. CBS news Natalie brand has the latest from the White House. President Trump and first lady Melania Trump stood silently at a row of white crosses outside a church in Lee county, Alabama. Each one representing the twenty three people including four children who died when multiple tornadoes hit the south over the weekend. One woman was ten people in our family. Credible woman. And I said how how did they go? She said I lost and people shortly before meeting with families and first responders the president and first lady got a firsthand look at the devastation in the town of Beauregard e f four tornado with one hundred seventy mph winds tore through the community Sunday leaving a path devastation almost a mile wide. We sort of things that you wouldn't believe Natalie brand CBS news Washington, the space x crew dragon splashed down in the Atlantic this morning after flight to the international space station, successfully bringing to an end the test of the first commercially built spacecraft and rocket intended for use by NASA. Astronauts CBS news Manuel Bojorquez reports from the Kennedy Space Center, we watched as the parachutes deployed as they were supposed to and upon reentry the heat shields work and didn't break apart. That was the big risk and all of this. So it's a big success for SpaceX. And for NASA with. With the eventual goal of of sending S astronauts into space from the US since the space shuttle program was retired in two thousand eleven the US has had to rely on Russia and the Soyuz spaceship to get astronauts to the international space station. So this splashdown today brings SpaceX and NASA one step closer to being able to launch astronauts from US soil and while the Hortas CBS news Kennedy Space Center in inactive grenade was found in a spring valley. Home this morning on Margaret Court sheriff's department's bomb squad was sent out to check out the grenade, and it was a grenade, but it had been disarmed. We're told the homeowners rasta leave while investigators assess the home while we get set to spring forward this weekend that won't be the case in the state of Arizona. In fact, the Grand Canyon state hasn't had daylight saving time for more than fifty years. CBS news tramway explains why this weekend. Most of the US will gaining an hour of sleep. As they get ready to set their clocks forward one hour. Meanwhile, back here in easy. Arizona's fiercely independent, and we like to think I think we are since nineteen sixty seven Arizona has chimed in and chosen not to join practically the whole country and fall back in spring forward with daylight saving time. I.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gayle king in an exclusive interview you ever had anyone under the age of seven. Oh. Never know w Beebe MTV reporter, Dana Kozlov outside our Kelly's. Chicago apartments are Kelly losing his composure when asked by Gayle king if he's ever held any women or girls against their will how stupid would to do that. It's the first time Kelly's talked about allegations made by more than a dozen women in the surviving R Kelly docu series accusing the singer of holding them captive, brainwashing them and having sex with some of them when they were underage that series sparked investigations in Georgia and Kelly's native Chicago the result. Ten counts criminal sexual abuse. On for women in Cook County. Prosecutors say three of his alleged victims were day Deo kings, exclusive interview with our Kelly will be broadcast on CBS this morning. Police in London are on the lookout for more explosive devices after three were found yesterday at major transportation centers in the city live do CBS. Vicki Barker, the mailbox were found near Heathrow airport, London City, airport and water. Blue which is Britain's busiest train station counter terror officials aren't speculating on motives or perpetrators, but the packets were reportedly mailed from Ireland with Brexit looming. There are fears that the border between the Irish Republic. Add Northern Ireland will close again and warnings that that could rekindle sectarian violence. In fact, we've seen bomb blasts in Northern Irish towns in recent months scary, people still missing following the Sunday tornadoes in the southeast CBS is Omar Villafranca in Beauregard, Alabama Alina Smith and her two children to cover in the bathroom moments before an e f four tornado with one hundred seventy mph winds tore through their neighborhood. Just saved my prayers, and I fell in that moment. I was just at piece that we were game ready to go. What is it like knowing that you had people pass over here? You guys were able to survive here. Right. What does that like is? This is mind blowing is I'm still in shock is this neighborhood ever going to be the same. No. Never be the same do. I'm trying to figure it out twenty three killed seven from one family North Korea appears to be returning to its nuclear ways, restoring a missile launch site after last year promising to dismantle it during the Singapore summit with President Trump and Kim Jong on a commercial satellite image taken Saturday purportedly verifies activity at a key launching station in North Korea as futures down four and a half points. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. It's time to join the millions of people using video conferencing, turn.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fox News. City council meeting in Sacramento, California turns heated after the findings of the state and county investigation into the shooting death of unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark meeting eventually returned to order and continue California attorney general Javier, Sarah says the Sacramento officers who shot and killed John. Clarke should not be charged that Clark had been breaking into cars that night did not follow officers commands and had something in his hand after the shooting video footage shows officers asking each other if they had been shot after the shooting officers waited for backup before approaching Mr Clark, believing they were endanger turned out, he wasn't armed. It was a cell phone. He was holding protests erupted last year after Clark was killed along with this past weekend after Sacramento county, DA declined to charge the officer. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal has federal authorities are opening their own investigation into the shooting the FBI Sacramento office as well as the Justice department, civil rights division will look into the shooting. He will stay the Broward County Florida school board voting six to three in favor of keeping superintendent Robert Runcie in place. He was at the helm during the Marjory stoneman Douglas high school shootings charges. It was said could happen anywhere. But it happened here in Broward County. And I believe that we can use this moment on as a unique opportunity emotion to fire Runcie was introduced by a school board member who was elected after her daughter and sixteen others were killed at the school. In parkland. President Trump has declared a major disaster in Alabama and as ordered federal aid supplement state and local efforts in Lee county, at least twenty three people were killed in the series of tornadoes that broke out over the weekend. The highest rank Aena four packing one hundred seventy mph winds..

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Alabama officials say the search for tornado victims continues after a deadly twister Sunday killed twenty three people and injured. Ninety officials said the list of unaccounted for people down to seven or eight. Forecasters said a series of at least twenty tornadoes struck across the southeast over the weekend. Forecasters said the twisters were the worst in the US and years, Chris Darden is with the national weather service. This was the deadliest tornado in the states since the war Oklahoma tornado in two thousand thirteen and also the first tornado fatality in the state of Alabama since November thirtieth twenty sixteen that was in north Alabama. In the first tornado Italian central Alabama. We gotta go way back to March third twenty twelve so it's been a while law enforcement teams are reportedly searching the affected areas on foot with the help of cadaver sniffing dogs and searching by air. Authorities say they are search reaching out to family and. Friends of the missing to confirm their status since some of the missing may have checked in with them. The most powerful tornado was an e f four tornado packing one hundred seventy mph winds. Forecasters say survey teams are still assessing storm damage in Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. Famous transitional sheltering assistance TSA program is still paying for a hotel or motel rooms in North Carolina for some eligible survivors of last fall's hurricane Florence. But that is soon coming to an end Antoinette Kerr reports the last day for assistance is Tuesday March twelfth FEMA activated the program and North Carolina's request after the mid-september disaster declaration, the cost of the program today is more than five million dollars with FEMA pain seventy five percent and the state covering the rest. Fema spokesman John mills says most people qualified for transitional shelter have found longer term housing. But not all disaster survivors have been in hotels. Four or five and in some cases, nearly six months about two hundred households are still in hotels. Some are scheduled to check out this week. Some may stay until the first part of March the transitional, shelter and assistance program. Does come to an end. He says anyone who has it made other housing arrangements can work with famous disaster case management staff. In addition, the state, some local nonprofits, long-term recovery groups and others are also pitching in to help people find suitable housing before mid March nine hundred households have sheltered in participating hotels since the hurricane and Thema says more than two thirds of them have found longer term housing and moved on with their recovery. But there are families across nine coastal counties. Who are still looking Neal says the state has contracted with experienced emergency case managers who will work with them. Even after the program. Officially comes to a close this emergency.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News. Search resumes. I'm Elliot Francis. Four Senate Republicans now plan to vote with Democrats to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. Linda Kenyon has the latest. They say their opposition to the president's action has nothing to do with Trump's border wall. Instead, they say it's about the constitution. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Couldn't agree more. Congress has the power of the purse. Congress is a check on the executive the Republicans who plan to break ranks and oppose the president say they cannot stand idly by while he used serves the role of congress, ignores the constitution Senator Schumer agrees on a constitutional argument. President Trump promises to each other resolution of disapproval sending the matter back to congress for a veto override vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington Oakland, thousands of teachers are back in their classrooms after a union. Members voted to approve a contract agreement that provides pay raises the Oakland unified school district ratified the agreement during a a meeting Monday evening educator. Eleven percent raises at one time. Bonus of three percent search and rescue efforts resume this morning after tornadoes word through Alabama Sunday packing. One hundred seventy mph winds. Sean Wilson survived that ordeal already Newark could hear the roaring coming nearing. But at that moment. That's when you heard the house just being torn apart. But even seconds, right? A seconds after that. Everything started president honest because we were in the bathroom. We were together. We all got pushed down flat. We were like dominoes on top of each other. My son was on top of me is a mom. I don't want to die. I don't wanna die. And just pray your way through a judge has approved a request by attorneys for Kevin Spacey to preserve more phone records in the sexual assault case against the actor judge approved preserving electric records between the alleged victim and.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Blocking the order search resumes. I'm Elliot Francis. Four Senate Republicans now plan to vote with Democrats the blunt, President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. Linda Kenyon has the latest. They say their opposition to the president's action has nothing to do with Trump's border wall. Instead, they say it's about the constitution. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Couldn't agree more. Congress has the power of the purse. Congress is a check on the executive Republicans who plan to break ranks and oppose the president say they cannot stand idly by while he usurps the role of congress and ignores the constitution Senator Schumer agrees on the constitutional argument. President Trump promises to each the resolution of disapproval sending the matter back to congress for a veto override vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington Oakland, thousands of teachers are back in their classrooms after union. Members voted to approve a contract agreement at provides pay raises. The Oakland unified school district ratified the agreement during a a meeting, Monday evening educators. Eleven percent raises at one time. Bonus of three percent search and rescue efforts resumed this morning after tornadoes worth through Alabama Sunday packing. One hundred seventy mph winds. Sean wilson. Survived that ordeal already knew I could hear the roaring coming nearing. But at that moment that's been you heard the house just being torn apart. But even seconds right of seconds after that. Everything started Preston, an honest because we were in the bathroom. We were together. We all got pushed down flat. We will like dominoes on top of each other son was on top of me is a mom. I don't wanna die. Don't want to die. Let's just pray. Your way through a judge has approved a request by attorneys for Kevin Spacey to preserve more phone records in the sexual assault case against the actor judge approved preserving electric records between the alleged victim, his.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Elliot Francis. Four Senate Republicans now plan to vote with Democrats the block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency. Linda Kenyon has the latest. They say their opposition to the president's action has nothing to do with Trump's border wall. Instead, they say it's about the constitution. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. Couldn't agree more. Congress has the power of the purse. Congress is a check on the executive the Republicans who plan to break ranks and oppose the president say they cannot stand idly by while he you serves the role of congress and ignores the constitution Senator Schumer agrees on the constitutional argument. President Trump promises to veto the resolution of disapproval sending the matter back to congress for a veto override vote. Linda Kenyon, Washington Oakland, thousands of teachers are back in their classrooms after a union. Members voted to approve a contract agreement that provides pay raises the Oakland unified school district ratified the agreement during a a meeting Monday. Giving educators. Eleven percent raises at one time. Bonus of three percent. A search and rescue efforts resume this morning after tornadoes word through Alabama Sunday packing. One hundred seventy mph winds. Sean Wilson survived that ordeal already knew I could hear the roaring coming nearing. But at that moment. That's when you heard the house just being torn apart. But it even seconds right of seconds after that. Everything started president honest because we were in the bathroom. We were together. We all got pushed down flat. We will like dominoes on top of each other son was on top of me is a mom. I don't wanna die. Don't wanna die. I said son just pray your way through a judge has approved a request by attorneys for Kevin Spacey to preserve more phone records in the sexual assault case against the actor judge approved preserving electric records between the alleged victim, former girlfriend..

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Knows a little bit about meteorology by guy studied, I wanna study whether of studying whether when I was a kid I wanted to be a weatherman meteorologist, I saw the cells. I saw the red cells when you look at a map were tornadoes or bad habit. It makes a Pepsi symbol. It's the weirdest thing. It's kind of a red blue type of formation, and I knew exactly what these things were the meta. They showed them on the screen. I saw you know, they say four deadly. I saw more than now. It's more load cells four deadly tornadoes a tornado outbreak. They said today. In Georgia and Alabama. And it was an ES four. I guess bringing up one hundred seventy mph winds. That's like a category four hurricane. Okay. So we got this category for hurricane type wins moving through tornadoes are terrifying. I don't know. I never been in one personally. One of the things. That's so weird. Is that I remember leaving Utah back in nineteen ninety nine and it was in August in one thousand nine hundred ninety Utah had I an e f two in the city, and that was the first time ever a big tornado a touchdown like that in the middle downtown Salt Lake. It was really odd about it was is that it traveled from the western part of downtown Salt Lake it it went in where the Utah Jazz played their games destroyed that area. What did and destroyed some others? There was a there was some sort of an expo. It was there that was lifted by avid one guy died. And the strangest part is the tornado actually stopped where I used to live in my backyard. Somebody had told me that the tornado actually stopped probably within minutes of my house. When I lived a solid seven to the avenue area. I thought damn I'm not going to be. We'll see a tornado. I see a tornado my my friend Sarah Hoffman who worked she's now. She works in Charlotte as a police officer. But she also had called me. She was wearing a hotel at the time. And she said to me, she said, she said that she didn't know whether to run or to stand and watch this tornado that was plowing through Salt Lake City, and the winds were pretty tough and the and the rain was pretty tough. The tornado is moving through. And then it went over the Salt Lake temple. In the funnel of the cloud of tornado danced on top of the little angel that sits on the temple in Salt Lake. Kind of reminded me of that angel in the whirlwind type of thing that George W Bush once said is an angel in the world Wendy said just plowed into. The area near the capital and went into the near my home. I lived in the avenues up above where the cathedral the Allen was it's a huge. Catholic church beautiful place, and it just went piled through there and landed right in my backyard. According to. Some friends of mine. So I I would have been like right there.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Knows a little bit about meteorology by guy studied, I wanted to study whether studying whether when I was a kid I wanted to be a weatherman meteorologist, I saw the cells. I saw the red cells when you look at a a map where tornadoes are bad habit. It makes like a Pepsi symbol. It's the weirdest thing is kind of a red blue type of formation, and I knew exactly what these things were the meta. They showed them on the screen. And I saw you know, they say four deadly. I saw more than that. I saw more of those cells four deadly tornadoes a tornado outbreak. They said today. In Georgia and Alabama. And it was an ETF four. I guess bringing up one hundred seventy mph winds. That's like a category four hurricane. Okay. So we got this category for hurricane type wins moving through tornadoes are terrifying. I don't know. I never been in one. Personally, what are the things? That's so weird. Is that I remember leaving Utah back in nineteen ninety nine and it was in August of nineteen ninety nine Utah had an to in the city, and that was like the first time ever a big tornado touched down like that. In the middle of downtown Salt Lake. It was really odd about it was is that it traveled from the western part of downtown Salt Lake. It turns it went in where the Utah Jazz played their games destroyed that area. What did and destroyed some others? There was a yes. Or some sort of an expo there was there that was lifted up. I think one guy died. And the strangest part is the tornado actually stopped where I used to live in my backyard. Somebody had told me that the tornado actually stopped probably within minutes of my house. Sully avenue area. I thought damn I'm not going to be able to see a tornado. It's good to see a tornado. My my friend, Sarah Hofmann who worked. She's now thinks she works in Charlotte as a police officer. But she also had called me. She was wearing in a hotel at the time. And she said to me, she said, she said that she didn't know whether to run or to stand in watch this tornado there was plowing through Salt Lake City, and the winds were pretty tough and the and the rain was pretty tough. The twenty was moving through. And then it went over the Salt Lake temple. In the funnel of the of the cloud of of tornado danced on top of the little angel that sits on the temple in Salt Lake. Kind of reminded me of that angel in the whirlwind type of thing that George W Bush once said is an angel in the world he said and then just plowed into. The area near the capital and went into the near my home. I lived in the avenues up above where the cathedral of the Madeleine was huge. Catholic church beautiful place, and it just went piled through there. And landed right in my backyard Cording to some friends of mine. So I I would have been like right there.

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"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy mph" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Knows a little bit about meteorology. I studied I wanted to study whether of studying whether when I was a kid I wanted to be a weatherman meteorologist, I saw the cells. I saw the red cells when you look at a map were tornadoes about it makes like a Pepsi symbol. It's the weirdest thing is kind of a red blue type of formation, and I knew exactly what these things were the meta. They showed them on the screen. And I saw you know, they say four deadly. I saw more than now. I saw more of those cells four deadly tornadoes a tornado outbreak. They said today. In Georgia and Alabama. And it was an ES four I guess bringing up one hundred seventy mph winds. That's that's like a category four hurricane. Okay. So we got this category. Four hurricane type winds moving through tornadoes are terrifying. I don't know. I've never been in one personally. What are the things? That's so weird. Is that I remember leaving Utah back in nineteen ninety nine and it was in August in one thousand nine hundred ninety Utah had I think an e f two in the city, and that was like the first time ever a big tornado a touchdown like that in the middle downtown Salt Lake. It was really odd about it was is that it traveled from the western part of downtown Salt Lake it, it it went into where the Utah Jazz played their games destroyed that area. What did and destroyed some others? There was a guest some sort of an expo there was there was lifted up. I one guy died. And the strangest part is is the tornado actually stopped where I used to live in my backyard. Somebody had told me that the tornado actually stopped probably within minutes of my house. When I lived in Salt Lake City avenue area. And I thought damn I'm not going to be we'll see a tornado. I took it to see a tornado. My my friend Sarah Hofmann who worked she's now she works in Charlotte as a police officer. But she also had called me. She was wearing a hotel at the time. And she said to me, she said, she said that she didn't know whether to run or to stand and watch this tornado was plowing through Salt Lake City, and the winds were pretty tough and the and the rain was pretty tough. The tornado is moving through. And then it went over the Salt Lake temple. In the funnel of the of the cloud of tornado danced on top of the little angel that sits on the temple in Salt Lake. Kind of reminded me of that angel in the whirlwind type of thing that George W Bush once said angel in the whirlwind he said and then just plowed into. The area near the capital and went into the when near my home. I lived in the avenues up above where the cathedral of the Madeleine was it's a huge. Catholic church beautiful place, and it just went piled through there and landed right in my backyard. According to. Some friends of mine. So I I would have been like right there.

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