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Fresh "Panhandle" from AP 24 Hour News
"The expiration of a federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month. This is a P news The West and planes continue to bake in a record setting Heatwave. Death Valley Center record high 128 degrees. It's been so hot in Lincoln, Nebraska, the asphalt roads have buckled. Maintenance operations manager Tim Bernes tells K E T V Anytime we see temperature spikes to this degree, we anticipate some buckling of our payments. Usually about time We hit the upper teens or 100 and 20 degrees on our surface temps. The surface temperature on the payment reached 120 degrees. Tropical storm morning runs from just east of Morgan City, Louisiana, to the Okaloosa Walton County line in the Florida Panhandle, The National Hurricane Center says a disorganized cyclone three will bring tropical storm force winds and heavy rain over the next 6 to 12 hours. 4 to 8 inches of rain likely with some areas getting a foot The system is also expected to bring heavy rain from the coast to the western Carolinas over the weekend. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The U. S conference of Catholic Bishops approved drafting a teaching document, many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Biden for receiving Communion and supporting abortion rights..
Tropical Storm Claudette Makes Landfall in Louisiana
"Storm Claudette has formed over Louisiana. The third named Atlantic Storm of the season, has made landfall near New Orleans. The National Hurricane Center says Claudette could bring up to 15 inches of rain in some areas from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.
Fresh "Panhandle" from This Week
"Before his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Says the problem is making sure the consequences for cyber attacks have an impact. A record breaking heat wave continues today as the jet stream keeps a blanket of hot, dry air over the southwestern United States. As tropical depression. Claudette causes heavy downpours in the Southeast. Forecasters predict heavy rain from the Florida Panhandle to North Carolina through Monday. 10. People, including nine Children are dead after Saturday's storms caused the highway pile up in Alabama 18 vehicles were involved in the accident. Astronauts conduct a spacewalk to install new solar arrays aboard the international space station. The walk was executed after being scrubbed last week because of what NASA says were technical issues. NASA says the new panels will help boost power on the station, which has been in orbit for more than two decades. I'm Cameron Fairchild, a bipartisan group of senators eyes, a scaled back infrastructure proposal, which includes billions in new spending. That plan calls for about $579 billion in new spending..
Tropical Storm Warning Issued for Parts of Louisiana
"Tropical storm warning is posted from Morgan City, Louisiana, to the Florida Panhandle. Forecasters say Coastal and flash flooding are the biggest threats with up to 12 inches of rain, likely in some areas and potential storm surge of 1 to 3 FT. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency and the severe weather sent beach tourists home early and postpone Juneteenth festivals and other events along the northern Gulf Coast.
Fresh "Panhandle" from Dollars and Sense Radio
"Clothing. KTRH News Times, three Oh, three, Claudette downgraded to a tropical depression. But Rick Reichmuth from Fox says it's down but not out. Tornado watch in effect again across much of Florida panhandle out across much of Georgia, at least at southwestern part of Georgia. Now we actually have started to see some of the action be right around the center of the storm, which is pretty interesting. After having made landfall. Now we have tropical storm warnings across coastal areas of the Carolinas, North Carolina, primarily struggle. Storm watch across northern South Carolina coastline. And Claude. It will strengthen back to a tropical storm as it moves back across the ocean. Ktrh news time is three or three Astros are on a tear. Lately. They have already defeated the Chicago White Sox three times in a row during this series..
Self Storage Investing with Jacob Vanderslice
"I've always. I've always really liked self storage and see how fast i mean. It seemed pretty fast to me when you said you really started getting into it about two thousand fifteen. Is that right now. You've grown over the last five and a half years to wear at. That's that's impressive. Yeah the quit so going back to that kind of understanding this. You said you started to go to the mid west. How many states are y'all in currently about ten states. We got a bunch of deals in the florida. Panhandle carolina colorado of course ohio michigan illinois wisconsin. So we generally like the mid west in the southeast quite a bit. We of course like the mountain west. But it's tough to find yield right now in our own backyard. Denver's been rather oversupplied and pressing expectations in dividend yields are just not what we can find in some of these more secondary markets. How're you finding these. Are these Something that broker brings you chop off market or combination. We've i've done a little bit of both. We did a. We applied some of our single family marketing practices to self storage acquisitions and we played about ten million off of a direct mail campaign. It was a pretty basic letter to saying. Hey we're not brokers were buyers we love to give an offer on your facility and the rest of our acquisitions have been just through our broker network. I hate using the term off market because often an off market deal maybe not a good deal but we've gotten a few we believe really good off. Market deals just through broker relationships for the listed We did a twenty million dollar. Acquisition in michigan and that portfolio was not listed. We got through a broker contact in gave him a price that made sense for the sellers and enclosed so most of us broker networking but a little bit of direct to seller initiative. As well
Fresh "Panhandle" from Laying Down the Law
"Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic 24 hours a day. Listen on the wdbo f or wdbo dot com. Live team coverage starts now. 3 31 with the possibility of some isolated thunderstorms developing. I'll check radar in half a minute. Our top story we are watching the weather. The dangerous conditions in the deep South. Brought by Claudette WTBS. Brandon Hogan is live in the new center. Yeah, the deadly storm claiming 12 lives in Alabama on Saturday. 10 from a pile up crash in two after a tree fell on a house. Claudette now heads to North Carolina, where National Hurricane Center forecasters expected to re strengthen back into a tropical storm either tonight or tomorrow morning. According to the two PM report. The systems center is close to Athens, Georgia. It's moving east northeast at 17 Miles an hour. The slow moving Storm expected to dump as much as six inches of rain today in southern Georgia and the Carolinas as well as in North Florida and the Panhandle. I'm Brandon Hogan, Check out the 2021 hurricane guide on wdbo dot com and in the wdbo app. This is video where Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. I'm Channel Nine. Eyewitness news meteorologist Brian Shields were tracking some scattered showers and storms and a better chance of some rain for the week ahead. I'm Dave all looking at Wdbo Interactive weather radar got some clouds, but no significant rain. 90 feels like 99 in Orlando. Laying down the law continues in just a couple of minutes. If you're enjoying this father's day with friends and family, you might consider the Star Spangled Sanford. Sunday, July 4th on the Riverwalk in Sanford from seven PM until 10 you can join music, food fun. Watch the sky light up with a 20 minute fireworks display over Lake Munro. Attempt The Star Spangled Sanford Button and the Wdbo APP to learn more today marks the northern solstice. That's the beginning of summer that arrives in Orlando officially at 11 32. This evening. Developing this hour, a 27 year old man arrested after stealing a big rig about tire shop in California, then leading police on a chase crashing into a home in Chino. We've learned a family of five lived in at home. They were not at that home at the time that they're now looking for someplace else to live high above it. All Two NASA astronauts went on a spacewalk today, successfully completing one of two new solar arrays for the International space station. They've got another spacewalk scheduled on Friday. 3 33 a wdbo one of 73 FM, and am 5, 80.
Supreme Court Dismisses Challenge to Affordable Care Act
"And then also pay attention to local officials as well. Landfall may occur anywhere from near the Texas Louisiana border to the western part of the Florida Panhandle number two the Supreme Court's latest rejection of a Republican effort to dismantle the affordable care act signals and knew that the GOP must look beyond repealing the law off if it wants to hold the nation's healthcare problems into a winning political issue. Thursday. 72 ruling was the third time the court has rebuffed challenges to the health care overhaul. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Affordable Care Act has
Fresh update on "panhandle" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Would you say it's more important to gather information fast or to have it. I ought to be the most accurate naked. Really the needle when it comes to programs should is the level of support you get from companies for this. What if you don't have to choose also has enormous proportions for the labor market. How do they get ahead of different. Administrations we see this move towards digital currencies bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening broadcasting twenty four hours a day bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business and a bloomberg quick take. This is bloomberg radio. A record breaking heat wave is expected to continue. Today as the jetstream keeps a blanket of hot dry air. Over the southwestern united states temperatures could be up to twenty degrees above normal across the south west tropical depression claudette is expected to cause more heavy downpours in the southeast today forecasters predict heavy rain. Flash flooding rough surf and rip currents from the florida panhandle to north carolina through monday. Tropical storm warnings have been issued along the north carolina coast in anticipation of the storm. Ten people including nine children are dead. After saturday's storms caused a highway pile up in alabama. Eighteen vehicles were involved in the accident. A federal judge agrees with the state of florida in a lawsuit over centers for disease control rules restricting the cruise industry the judge granted a preliminary injunction against the cdc's cove in nineteen vaccination rules for..
‘Dr. Beach’ Says Hawaii Shoreline Is 2021’s Best in US
"The scientists known as Dr beach has recommendations for folks looking to hit the sand and leave their pandemic blues behind professor Stephen Leatherman a coastal scientist known as Dr beach says the sandy stretch of how puna beach state park on the west side of whites Big Island ranks number one in his review of the best beaches in the U. S. for twenty twenty one let them in because the beach in a way sis he says the black lava everywhere around it makes the sand look extra white leather and uses data from the EPA to great beaches on water quality and has been to all of the beaches on his list other top spots include coopers beach in Southampton New York Ocracoke island in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and Saint George island state park a quiet barrier island in the Florida panhandle letterman home since thirty eighth annual list will encourage people to get out I'm Jennifer king
The Challenges of Protecting an Endemic Mint
"All right. Hi sarah johnson. Hello thanks for having me. Yeah we're going to do this a more casual way just because the audience should be pretty familiar with you at this point but for those that aren't or haven't listened to save some of our bonus episodes over patron. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do sure. My name is sarah. Johnson and i am currently a recent at master nunca defender and i am a graduate student of rare plant conservation at the university of illinois. Finish campaign pain specifically working through the illinois natural history survey and i studied a rare mint in the panhandle of florida and also do many miscellaneous other cool projects through our natural history survey. I love everything you have going on. It's really interesting work. But what made you want to jump into plants because originally when we first met you a bernard to put it scientifically. Yeah i i always liked a lot of different things. I've gone through many different avenues. In my you know navigations you finding a career. Which i think actually is a good thing to talk about because a lot of people think think there's one way to get to your career or say how did you figure it out. How did you identify what you wanted to do. And honestly the only answer i have. Greed is trying a lot of different things and you know succeeding or failing at a lot of different things When i started undergrad. I had thought that in order to do science i had to do something related to humans being raised in buffalo new york. You know we have five cancer research. Many hospitals in it seemed kind of the natural things do so. I went to school for pre med. I loved my classes especially my anatomy and genetics courses but Took a field course my junior year which took us to the rocky mountains to alpine
Interview With Nadine Smith, Black LGBTQ Activist
"Yet. The panhandle is very very conservative. I remember taking a on the basketball team and we were taking a we. Were driving through. Port saint joe and i remember that the bus driver of the coach told us to slide down in her seat so they could not see our faces up through the window. If we were black they should shoot up the windows. If they see your face and it wasn't done as a you know it was done in a matter of fact way that gave me the impression that that's just how things were. When i graduated from high school there was still in in the heart of city. A an area called the called hundred acres of modern homes for colored people and it was just a collection of ramshackle housing You you literally had the the train tracks that divided the city and You know racist slurs homophobic. Slurs you you would hear on a routine basis not just from students but also from Teachers coaches why parents. My mother was from england my father from mississippi and the new york mothers by racial but they choose assumed to be white and so therefore my parents could only be stationed. My father's the air force and air force facilities that allow integrated states. And so you know. There's a long legacy appointed racism in my family. And i was. I was raised to as my parents would say. Never think you're better than anyone but never let anyone think that they're better than you. And so they knew they were teaching a young black girl living in the south how to stand up for herself. They didn't know they were instilling. Those same messages and lessons in a young lesbian is well
How ‘Law and Order’ Helped Florida Girl Confront Alleged Kidnapper
"Order, order, you you may may want want to to say say OK, OK, 11 11 year year old old Elizabeth Elizabeth Nell Nell says says a a man man with with a a knife, knife, grabbed grabbed her, her, threatened threatened her her and and tried tried to to drag drag her her to to his his van. van. It It was was all all Caught Caught on on video. video. He took me with his R and I was able to get him down to the ground and I was able Tonto get away. Florida Panhandle girl had been playing with blue slime and from watching law and order, she says she knew the importance of evidence, so she slimed him when deputies caught up with a would be kidnapper. The stuff was all over his arms. Melissa's mother, Amber got caught blue handed. Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando Apple CEO Tim Cook will take the witness
Severe Weather Causes Damage in Florida’s Panhandle
"And deadly storms hitting several Southern states Yesterday, or CBS is Michael George, Florida's hand handle the storm system hit Pensacola. Sheets of rain and high winds pounded the city reportedly tearing the roof off of the downtown brewery and severe weather prompted an evacuation Saturday at the Tampa Stadium hosting Russell Mania of the National Weather Service has not made any official confirmation as to whether That weather in Pensacola was caused by a tornado. But they did say reports of up to 60 MPH were reported.
Determining when U. S troops
"Says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station
"That quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station KQED Guy Maharani prepared this report. Supporters of the recall say they've collected the nearly 1.5 million voter signatures needed to force an election later this year. And on Tuesday, Newsome conceded his facing a serious challenge. Look, we're anticipating that they've got the signatures. The recall campaign has
Determining when U. S troops
"About 150 miles south of Atlanta. Police say he is a suspect and shootings that one massage parlor in Cherokee County and at two in Atlanta, according to police surveillance video shows long at the Cherokee County spot where women were killed and another injured. Atlanta Police say there's a strong likelihood long is the suspect in the Atlantic killings after his car was spotted in the area of the other two spas where another four women were killed. Motive has not yet been determined for NPR news. I'm Millie Oppenheimer in Atlanta. President Biden says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people
Strong Late Winter Storm Pummels South Central US
"Winter storm warnings remain in effect from Wyoming to Illinois as Wyoming Utah, Nebraska blasted with up to four Ft of snow over the weekend. It's not just snow. We can also brought severe weather, including tornadoes to the Texas Panhandle. Baseball sized hail was reported in Amarillo. And now the same storms are pushing across the plains and producing heavy rains possible flooding from Louisiana all the way up to Illinois and will probably be on the east or the northeast quadrant of the United States and the eastern part of the United States in the next couple of days. If you are 50 and older, you could now registered
Severe winter storms expected in Colorado
"Colorado could see historic snowfall this weekend as winter exits with a big storm in the western part of the country, CBS News meteorologist Jeff Para deli This is a really dangerous storm. It's gonna produce historic snow. It's also producing tornadoes and some of these I'm going to be very strong, and this system has a warm side with severe weather and a cold side with snow and a lot of heavy snow in places like Denver and Boulder up to Wyoming and big time storms with tornadoes in the Panhandle of Texas. More than 2000. Flights have been canceled at Denver International Airport. So far,
Severe weather moves across the West
"There's a high risk of severe weather today in the South Central Plains. The Storm Prediction center says northern Texas and western Oklahoma at the greatest risk for severe weather, including large hail impossible tornadoes. The tornado was spotted last night in the Texas Panhandle north of Lubbock, where severe thunderstorm warning has been in effect on Sunday. The severe will move toward eastern Oklahoma and Texas and as far east as Mississippi. Heavy rain is also expected over the weekend with Kansas, Missouri and Southern Illinois. Greater risk for
New York City’s ‘Naked Cowboy’ arrested during Bike Week in Daytona Beach
"A times squares performer. Known as the naked cowboy was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest without violence and cited for panhandling while working a gig at bike week in daytona beach. Florida court records. Show robert burke age fifty one who is widely known for wearing only white briefs boots and a cowboy hat while playing a brightly colored. Guitar was arrested saturday. While performing at the annual event on florida's atlantic coast burqas irregular at bike week.
The Naked Cowboy arrested while performing at Bike Week
"Celebrity New York City Street performer is facing charges in Florida. Robert Burke, better known as the Naked Cowboy, was arrested over the weekend in Daytona Beach for aggressive panhandling. The 50 year old was in the area to perform at bike week wearing his trademark tighty whiteys that first made him famous and Times Square, along with cowboy hat and boots and nothing else other than his guitar. Burke is also accused of resisting an officer without violence. He was released from jail
HistoryMiami's 'Collecting 2020': Documenting an unforgettable year
"Light, appearing at the end of the long covert tunnel chronicling the past year has now begun. Dr Anthony Fauci is just donated. It's personal three D coronavirus model to the Smithsonian. Other museums. They've also begun collecting pandemic artifacts. We get this story now from CBS is Debra Rodriguez and made signs thanking Berlin workers or Hazama neo at history. Miami Museum says they've received an outpouring of offers, including a black Grim Reaper suit attorney up in the Panhandle, Daniel Uhlfelder. He started walking the public beaches over the summer morning people the dangerous of gathering on the beach of solicited others, like a couple of empty vials from Jackson Health. We thought it was just so important. These are the first Vaccines and minister in Dade County. Why revisit Dark times? It's to make sure that future generations can go back and look at 2020 and have a good sense of what happened. How people collected and remembered those memories. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News
"panhandle" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Construction in Miami Dade That's going to be on the Florida Turnpike South bound on the ramp from the Shula that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky Risotto is ready of 6 10 w Y. O D straight. Scattered storms will hit the low to mid eighties tonight, showers and storms early overnight low to around 55. Sunshine for Christmas and colder up to around. 60 wins Big it up close to 30 MPH with updates on the clock in South Florida, Severe weather station on the weather Channel Stefano on these radio, six time wi O D. One of the coldest If not the coldest Christmas holidays of the century in Florida is upon us. There is a front coming from the North and West and it will be capable of bringing some gusty storms, perhaps even a few isolated tornadoes and that's from northwest to Southeast Florida Weather center and meteorologist Dave helps These temperatures will plummet tonight into the upper twenties to mid thirties in the Panhandle. Well down the peninsula. It'll even be colder Christmas night President Trump in the first lady wishing nation a very merry Christmas to two released a video message in celebration of the holiday, Trump counted the rollout of a Corona virus vaccine calling in a true Christmas miracle. First family is celebrating the holiday at home in Palm Beach, Florida is reporting more than 13,000, new Coben, 19 infections and 121 recent fatalities. The curtain is closing on Greyhound racing in Florida. With the last two tracks set to close in the coming days. The Derby Lane track in ST Petersburg will run its last races on Sunday. After nearly 100 years in operation. The Dogs at the Palm Beach Kennel Club in West Palm Beach will cross the finish line for the.
"panhandle" Discussed on 600 WREC
"East or just moving to the In East Northeast and we could feel the effects here at home Wednesday into Thursday Friday, Kenny Rule, It really had a chance of rain this weekend. But like I said, they're already dealing with rain fall into the coastal areas of mobile, Baldwin County and into the Florida Panhandle this morning the clouds were receiving Today already from the tropical system, So just been a crazy crazy year in the Atlantic Basin for Ah, tropical systems, and we ran out of names we had to get into Alfa and Beta. It's just Ah, just been nuts. 2020 though it goes with it doesn't 60 degrees. Currently, the Birmingham airport winds around the east northeast at 15 to 20 MPH gusting at times above that were in the fifty's too low sixties now and here we go. The next 24 hours were forecast to make it up into the mid seventies today. With partly cloudy skies eventually going into this afternoon hold onto another dry day for us today. Tomorrow morning. We start out in the fifties, and then we warm up into the seventies again. It's going to be a dry forecast for us today tomorrow, but the rain from tropical Storm beta are the remnants thereof. The remnants of beta giving us a chance of rain Wednesday into Thursday, and that could take us into Friday and possibly the weekend as well. The next big thing is just that we're watching beta and its effects that could be felt not only here but of course, down into the coastal areas of Alabama into the Florida Panhandle. Let's get to our first alert Extended forecast tomorrow first day of fall. We start in the fifties warm up into the seventies. And then the chance of rain from beta. We have AH, Thursday and Friday is their highest rain chance here locally but scattered showers on tap for the weekend. We're going with a 40% chance of rain. At this point, We'll tweak those numbers.
"panhandle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Portions of the Florida Panhandle and Alabama. 1 31 the perils of remote learning illustrated pretty clearly to this morning in dead, Um it's in a power surge knocked kids and teachers offline just minutes before the town was to begin the school year remotely Now this power problem only lasted for a couple of minutes. But it took a bit of time for the teachers and schools to reboot their routers and the kids had to go reconnect as well. Everything was back up and running by mid morning, and it looks like everything is going pretty smoothly as we make our way toward the afternoon. Well in Lowell, they've scraps and plans for in person learning one day before students were set to go back to class. The district says they're doing this because right now they don't have enough air purifiers to guarantee a safe return to the class. So it looks like instead, students will start the year all remote on Thursday. 1 30 to President Trump once again defending his handling of the cove in 19 pandemic last night during an ABC News town hall with uncommitted voters. Ah woman asked the president why he downplayed the threat of the virus. I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways, I, uh plated in terms of action. My action was very strong self because what I did was with China. I put a ban on with Europe. I put a ban on and we would have lost thousands of more people. Had I not put the banner now there is an audio recording released from journalist Bob Woodward featuring the president, saying he deliberately downplayed the virus in order in his words to prevent widespread panic. Woodward putting out that tape during a promotional tour for his new book called The Rage. Published by Schyman Assignment in Shoe Story division of Viacom, CBS three It's Time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Trouble. Selma Down Heaven 24 North found dealing with a crash. Sounds like they're in the clearing stages. Now, this is 24 North's after Route 104 heading into that West Bridgewater stretch. Sounds like everyone's in the breakdown lane. A police cruiser may be partial. Alien that right lane. So be careful getting by. You got about a mile back up right now on 20 for north between route 106 between one of four and 106 over on Route three. South bound. You hung up a bit into that Derby Street lane. Drop once you clear that you're looking pretty good all the way down a Plymouth of year so inclined Expressway North bound watch out for a left lane Breakdown reported here at Granite Avenue. South bound still in pretty good shape coming down through South Bay and savin Hill on your way down to that brain tree split no reported troubles downtown Boston or up to the north out to the west to 90 eastbound moving better now through Kelly Square after earlier slowdowns 3 95 North Tap of the breaks through the lane closure after Exit five here in Oxford. Andrew 1, 90 South found. Expect those reduced B to the work zone between exits five and four..
"panhandle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Traffic moving. Well, it's the same story on the Bay Area Bridges, No major delays. No major incidents on any of our interstates area Bridges. Remember, though we've been getting a lot of rain, so the roads were slick, so Dr Smart Drive safe. John Thomas NEWS RADIO W F L A High humidity today with a high of 88 degrees in a 50% chance of afternoon. Downpours. 79 degrees at news radio Wofl a Hurricane Sally is nearing landfall along the Gulf Coast with winds of 105 MPH. That's a Category two hurricane forecaster Richard Pash is with the National Hurricane Center warning is in effect for the north Central Gulf Coast. Extending all the way over to the Florida Panhandle, the western part of Florida Panhandle and the hurricane itself, a strength and a little bit with maximum winds. Now you're 85 MPH. Forecasters say rainfall totals are likely to be measured in feet over the next few days as the slow moving storm pours misery onto the region. Reporter Ashley Stroh Mia is they're getting out here wasn't too bad until you got closer to the shore. That's where a lot at least in mobile Bay. We're here to see a lot of that really dangerous flash flooding. That is the biggest concern with this storm, and it's still moving only two MPH, but there had been no upwards of 70 to 75 mile per hour wind gusts. In mobile Bay places like Gulf Shores, Pensacola. They're getting hammered, and we're still in that or near that First quadrant, which is usually the most powerful part of these hurricanes. But I will say the wind is really starting to pick up some of the flooding in the region expected to be catastrophic. The Democrats presidential nominee used a Tampa Veterans Roundtable. To go after President Trump President Trump has proven he's unfit told the office of the president in time.
"panhandle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Barton was panhandling at the Denver west exit on April twenty fifth when a semi slammed into several vehicles on I seventy killing for people. Barton is being praised for rushing into rescue drivers caught in the crash, Scott Seger, KOA, NewsRadio today's the deadline for the treasury department to hand over President Trump's tax returns to the House Ways and means committee, the department expected to ignore the subpoenas Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin can. Continues to defy Democrats. Request for six years worth of Trump's tax returns Mnuchin is stated that the request quote lacks legitimate legislative purpose. And therefore the department is not authorized to release those returns. We're getting more details about the to Florida election departments that were successfully tapped into by the Russian hackers before the two thousand sixteen election. The Washington Post politico reporting that Washington county in the Florida, panhandle was penetrated by the Russian military spy agency, the GRU Trump received seventy seven percent of more than the eleven thousand votes cast in that county where a voter registration database was breached. The other hacked county has not been named though political reports. It's believed to be a mid sized county on the states, east coast, the FBI and the department of homeland security, briefed, Florida governor on dissent is about the attack this week. But political reports the federal authorities sought to keep the names of the county's confidential Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. Finally, this story makes me grumpy actually sad. The most famous in the land has run out of its nine lives internet sensation. Cat has passed away at the young age of seven kitty rose to prominence in recent years for her sour outlook on life released her sour looking face launching thousands. If not millions of internet, memes, her name was Tabitha, her owner say she passed away from urinary tract infection. The family hopes her spirit will continue to live on through her fans everywhere, explains why the cat was grumpy. It had a urinary tract infection headline because I'm ill you'd think with all those millions she better health care than there. Yeah. You would think so eight thirty seven here. It's Collorado morning news on KOA NewsRadio..
"panhandle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"South, Florida. Tweeden, you know, every five seconds, right? But once this bay county story, bro. Senator Rubio's been m I a. Very interesting. Top election, the top elections official. In bay county said he allowed some displays voters to cast ballots by Email or fax after hurricane Michael hit the panhandle. Even though there's no provision that allows for in state all bay county supervisor of elections, Mark Anderson said today that eleven ballots were accepted by Email and one hundred forty seven ballots were domestically faxed in a process allowed under state law only for voters overseas. This is from the Miami Herald Anderson defended his decision to accept those ballots by Email and fax vigorously, noting the mass devastation that rocked the coastal county one month ago Anderson said that all of those ballots were verified by signature, and that voters were required to sign an oath governor, Rick Scott issued an executive order filed October eighteenth that allowed elections supervisors in eight hurricane hit counties. Bay Calhoun Franklin Gadsden, Gulf Jaksa. Liberty in Washington to extend early voting days and designate more early voting locations among other measures meant to lessen the storm's impact on voting, but it did not allow for votes to be returned by E mail or fax. The Florida State Department of state said in a news release voting by fax or Email is not an option under the executive order. So. Not allowed in a statement department spokeswoman Sarah rebelled declined to comment specifically on Anderson's claim. He had informed the state he would be taking ballots by Email. She wrote and I'm quoting here. The Florida Department of state has received reports that the bay county supervisor of elections allowed some voters to return their ballots via Email and fax supervisors of elections are independently elected constitutional officers, and it's each supervisors responsibility to adhere to the law at all times. Anderson said they're not the only candidate did this. But we have no evidence that other counties have at this point. Look, I I totally understand. The plight of those in the panhandle. If you've listened to this show at any point in time since hurricane might go hit or the aftermath. You know that? Been front and center trying to make sure that enough attention is paid to the people in panhandle. And I don't know how many times leading up to election day, we talked about the fact is going to be challenging in the panhandle for people about. Could there be a depressed turn out there? Because of what happened. But. When it comes to this voting by Email. Or facts. It's not a legitimate option. It's not allowed so not secure. Totally. It's why it's not allowed even thirty-seven.
"panhandle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It concludes that the panhandle had the weakest evacuation plan. Marshall Flynn the Tampa Bay regional planning council which coordinates evacuation plans for ten county area believes the bay area is well prepared armored. He managers in the region, they work on their particular evacuation strategies for each county. They obviously try to get the barrier islands taking care of I and they they move inward and sometimes they phase evacuations depending on which county, and sometimes they work it out. So they can get the people out of fast as possible and safely possible. Flynn says the bay area learned lessons from last year's hurricane Irma. And we'll do the same from hurricane Michael as part of our nine seventy WFL a news channel eight hurricane relief effort to assist the panhandle from the. Structure and left behind. We ask you to please call and donate to the American Red Cross hurricane Michael relief efforts today at one eight hundred five two eight zero eight zero eight President Trump was on sixty minutes last night and in an exchange with Lesley Stahl. He argued about his commitment to the Muller probe into Russian meddling. Will you pledge pledge that you will not shut down the Muller investigation? I don't fly Jenny. But I will have no intention of doing that. I think it's a very unfair investigation because there was no collusion of any kind. I don't wanna pledge. Why should I pledge to you? If I pledge, I pledge to you. But I have no intention of telling you Trump claims that China was the major player in election meddling, not just Russia. Turkish authorities in Istanbul today plan to search the Saudi consulate where journalists Jamal kashogi was last seen early two weeks ago. Kashogi US resident the Washington Post columnist a Saudi citizen often critical of his native country. The Turkish government believes he was killed inside the consulate it's nine zero four NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A.
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"Panhandle struggles the stock market drops. I'm Christopher crews search and rescue workers and their dogs continue to look for survivors and victims of hurricane Michael. They're combing through the communities devastated by the storm on the Florida, panhandle. Michael was one of the most powerful hurricanes to ever make landfall in the United States. This is governor Rick Scott, thirty five hundred members of national guard is helping seventeen thousand utility workers. We have about seventeen hundred people doing search and rescue regard. And I pass regarding second third pass. We've distributed to main Bill may. Yeah. A million gallons of water death-toll now eighteen shorter rise as search efforts continue four hundred thousand people are still without power across the south this morning. The Saudi stock market has dropped more than seven percent today. It's the first day of trading after President Trump told CBS that he would inflict quote severe punishment if Saudi Arabia was involved in the dish. Appearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal cut trip. She this morning. Saudi officials said they reject any threats of economic sanctions or political pressure. Thousands of people at the Vatican witnessing the naming of seven sinks today among them. Pope, Paul the sixth the head of the Roman Catholic church as it modernized in the nineteen sixties and Oscar Romero murdered by desk. Squads in a church Bishop Romero of El Salvador, the Bishop who was assassinated while he was saying mass in March of nineteen eighty pope Francis is actually wearing the bloodstains belt that Oscar Romero was wearing on the day that he was killed. He was a voice for the poor and the oppressed correspondent Delia Gallagher at the Vatican today. Sears the Amazon of its day now has a stock value of forty one cents a share and a deadline tomorrow that it likely cannot meet a bankruptcy filing. Could come today. A busy week of campaigning ahead for President Trump to endorse Republican candidates in several critical. Western states..
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"On the long road back to normal on the Florida, panhandle. A big issue and gasoline. And I know that we've got some gas stations open. I'm Peter King and Panama City. Get Burkhard is spent the last few days slicing up some big trees with his chainsaw. This one probably thirty six. The hat as I back away. I'm not good with chainsaws for tractors. But fortunately, Burkhardt cohort is we'll be faked tree limbs out the waste of the man who lives here could get in and out of his house or part says they'll be doing this for a while. Nicole invading half million customers remain out of power from Florida to Virginia many will be out till mid week. Nineteen deaths are blamed on the storm pressure is mounting on Saudi Arabia to find out what happened to journalists Jamal kashogi. He just appeared after walking into the Saudi consulate in eastern bull. The Washington Post reporting he was murdered their Turkish officials have recordings they say prove it Hermitage Capital, CEO international human rights advocate Bill Browder says it's important Saudi Arabia be punished. If this is true if the Saudis are allowed to get away with this. It would give the green light to every head of state that you can go out and you can kill you can even dismember opposition journalists opposition politicians without any consequence. This is a red line. This is a global red line that that has been crossed, and there has to be dramatic consequences. After another participants are pulling out of a global investment summit in Saudi Arabia this month. Not among those pulling out US Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, the government of the United States continues to work to undermine the government of Iran. So says the government of Iran, president Hassan Ruhani labels, the Trump administration, the most spiteful most hostile to Tehran and four decades while the White House says it seeks a new nuclear agreement with Iran Ronnie insists it's real motive for reinstating sanctions is regime change. He accuses the US of waging psychological and economic warfare and attempting to undermine the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic. Her Hani says US sanctions will have no effect. Larry Miller CBS news London at the Vatican. He'd be scuttle a note seven people elevated to sainthood today among them outspoken murdered Salvadoran archbishop Romero. Gene, Palumbo says there's joy and L Salvador being the cathedral downtown where he gave those Sunday homilies that made him so famous the other is the little chapel on the grounds of a hospital for people with terminal cancer, which is the place where he chose to live as archbishop, and it's the place where he was murdered. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. A flood after the rain. I never ROY. That's one of the stories. We're following on the seven sixty a pickup truck.
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"Over the Florida, panhandle. Conditions are growing increasingly dangerous. Florida's governor says those who chose not to evacuate now have no choice but to ride out the category four hurricane ABC's. Aaron Katersky spoke with Rex Clark who is hunkered down with his family and their almond Panama City during their conversation. A tree fell on Clark's home. There was a mandatory evacuation order for parts of the panhandle. There are those who stayed some four thousand people have been placed in the shelters where with Rex who lives there. And who is with us Rex what did you decide to do? Well. Decision to stay because I thought this is my home. She was built in nineteen forty seven. He's solid concrete wall. Hurricane dole pane windows. The little little workers. Here in the background. We have. We have large old trees. What tree in the back window? Hang on a second. I'm looking out the window. You can't see out the window, Honey. We're talking to Rex Clark in Panama City, Florida. Okay. Yeah. We just lost a tree. He broke off and dropped right into our backyard onto our patio. Come on. That's my cata hula. Back inside baby. There you go. All right. So everybody. Okay. Nobody got hurt by this by this country. No, nobody got hurt. My wife. My dog indigo and our cat. Fighting. Master.
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"Hit the Florida, panhandle. I'm Dave Anthony, if you made the choice not to evacuate, please find a place to shelter seek a place of refuge. Governor Rick Scott Michael's, I will make landfall for a few hours with the outer bands are already hitting. Fox's Jeff flock out in the middle of its run our own here. We're not expecting any first responders. We get injured. The people that have made the choice to stay Panama City beach has these large structures that are theoretically. At least hurricane resistant. Today. Fox's Evan Brown has the latest on the hurricane live from Miami. Dave from most areas along the Florida, panhandle coast. It is too late to leave for some other areas. The evacuation window is sharply closing FEMA chief Brock law, and you need to leave. This is the final call for anybody that needs to get out and try to do. So those who stick around to experience storm surge don't typically live to tell about it, especially with storm surge reaching nine feet or higher as of eleven AM eastern. Michael's holding winds at one hundred forty five miles an hour. The storms is about sixty miles out from Panama City, Dave. Bread Kavanagh's at work at the supreme court. Hearing a case on immigration is the head of the FBI gets questioned the capital about the newest Justice. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave FBI director Christopher Ray told the Senate homeland security committee, the supplemental background investigation into Justice Cavanaugh was specific and limited in scope at the direction of the White House. Mike folks have assured me that the usual process was followed raid decline questions on specific written instructions from the White House in counsel. Don, Mcgann communications occurred between the White House's Office of security and the FBI security division. Some Democrats have called the investigation the Shan, Dave. This is Fox News rates may apply. When did it become ok for men to be Lazier softer fatter?.
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"Training the swamp corrupt politician at a time. This is the Sean Hannity show. I twenty five till the top of the hour scary. Hurricane season continues and hurricane Michael now is headed straight for the Florida, panhandle. Looks like it could hit land at a category three. And there's a massive storm surge risk for the panhandle and the entire area that would be destined for Walton beach and surrounding communities and hurricane warnings. Storm surge warnings have all been issued along the Gulf Coast. As I understand that we have some evacuations now taking place, and it looks like it's a really big threat to the panhandle. Thoughts and prayers go to our friends down in the panhandle area. We check in with both job is starting the official weather man of the Sean Hannity show. And of course, he's with weather bell dot com. And I'm being told it's the worst storm. They hit the Florida panhandle. And like decades, how bad is it? Well, I think it's going to be the maybe the worst on record in Panama City that area particularly last major hurricane to hit coming in. At this angle was a hurricane Opal back in nineteen ninety five hurricane Kate. If they're in November believe it or not of nine thousand nine hundred eighty five that was a major hurricane in the Gulf, but a weakened to a category two when it went through there. So this is probably going to be the benchmark storm for that Panama City area. Now, the fortunate thing is want to cover the sort of the silver lining here. Pensacola and mobile are going to get north winds and mobile, I don't think this is a big deal in mobile, Pensacola, go forty gusts sixty maybe three or four inches of rain. But once you start moving east-southeast would down the coast in especially in Panama City area. This is going to be as bad as you see it in that particular area, the weather pattern you remember Florence. Was off its peak. When it hit the North Carolina coast this one because of the weather pattern is intensifying as it comes to the coast,.
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"Florida, panhandle. ABC news senior meteorologist, rob Marciano in Panama City beach says it's expected tomorrow doesn't give us a lot of time to prep with to what could be a major category three hurricane. I'm Pete combs in Panama City Beach, Florida governor, Rick Scott mentions, no words, get out. Don't take a chance massive evacuations are now underway here in the Florida panhandle including here in Panama City. I just wanted people to take this seriously. I mean, there's a potential twelve feet twelve feet above your roof. Scott us now called out the national guard to help both with the evacuation and the recovery and has already declared thirty five counties disaster areas. Pete combs, ABC news, Panama City, Beach, Florida. This court starts hearing arguments at a couple of hours with new Justice bread cabinet taking his spot after a White House ceremony. Mr president. Thank you for the great honor. Of appointing me to serve as a Justice of the supreme court. Turkish officials now say investigators will search through the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for missing Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi was last seen last week walking into the consulate the investigation continues into the deadly limo crash in upstate New York that left twenty people dead attorney Lee kin Lynn represents prestige limo the company that owned the limousine involved in Saturday's crash or siege. Limo service as upset as anybody else about what happened over the weekend. Caitlyn says the company has been in contact with both federal and state. Investigators some preliminary questions about the company its history, the driver and the vehicles history, New York's governor said Monday that the vehicle recently failed an inspection and shouldn't have been on the road. But Kinley refutes that. And says the vehicle was safe. Mark Remillard, ABC news, New York. There was a vigil last night, thousands attended. You're listening to ABC news..
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"The Florida panhandle is in the eye of a hurricane expected to hit tomorrow. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Michael is a massive storm could bring total devastation. Governor Rick Scott, urging people to be prepared and those told to evacuate to get out. Stay in my home. Every year. Michaels category. One storm now with ninety mile an hour sustained winds butts we are in tipping rapid intensification to a major hurricane. Once. It makes landfall across the Florida panhandle. The big bend though, taking the worst of the storm surge the worst of the right hand side of the storm not only that we could see upwards of a foot of rainfall. That's FOX meteorologist, Janice. Dean, and she says parts of Alabama and Georgia will also get the hurricane as it moves inland. Brad Kavanagh takes his seat on the supreme court this morning hearing his first cases Senate confirmation process was contentious emotional. That processes over. And it last night star Monia swearing in cavenaugh said, he's not bitter, President Trump praised him and apologized cavenaugh be half of the nation for what he called a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception Democrats are turning their attention to the midterm elections. And the impact this could have on voters Nancy Pelosi with this week saying a new day is dawning a women marched women are running women will win that follows some talk even of impeachment of cavenaugh runs. Fox's Doug lose eight or a vigil last night at Amsterdam New York. The twenty people killed Saturday when a limo crashed. And it turns out that vehicle failed. Recent inspections shouldn't have been on the road doing.
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"Panhandle in the early stages of getting ready for its date with Michael currently a tropical storm Michael is one hundred forty miles south southwest of Cuba's western tip blowing at sixty miles an hour headed straight north and intensified. The main concern now is looking at a strong category. One or category. Two storm as it makes landfall somewhere along the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. The Florida panhandle to the big bend area is higher. Wind speeds sustained winds could be ninety five to one hundred miles per hour. Wind speeds that high you're looking at more significant wind damage possible. ABC news meteorologist, Dan peck. Landfall by Michael expected Wednesday twenty people were killed in school. Harry New York when a modified limousine missed a stop sign and plowed into pedestrians and the parked car all eighteen people in the limo were killed as we're to pedestrians. Robertson waltz chair of the National Transportation Safety board. We look at the vehicle factors. We look at the roadway, we look at survival factors. We look at the condition of the drivers the licensing of the drivers we look at the. Operator self to company wrapping up his fourth trip to North Korea. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says he in dictator Kim Jong UN made significant progress toward a denuclearization deal secretary Pompeii and Kim Jong in both called the meetings productive with Kim. Calling. It wonderful, according to state media that could be worrying those as Victor trauma the center for strategic international studies because it may be a sign that Pompeii is being too flexible. The State Department said North Korea agreed to inspections to verify that its nuclear test site has been dismantled, but the US still has not gone into enjoy of nuclear sites or weapons or the dismantlement of the regime's main nuclear facility, Connor Finnegan ABC news. A SpaceX falcon nine rocket blasted out of California's Vandenberg Air Force base and put a communications satellite into orbit for Argentina, the rocket's first-stage and flew back Vandenberg and landed you're listening to ABC news wearing gas investment about high degree of risk. Qualified accredited investors with tensions in the Middle East and the.
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"Bearman dot com real headline for abc news it's spring break and beer is flowing hyphen on a florida highway yeah i love i've whoever wrote the first sentence here loved writing it sprang break is underway in the pierre is already flowing onto a florida interstate highway otto lusa county sheriff's officials said i'm base would wednesday their tractor trailer carrying bush beer oh yeah that's for college party irs spilled its cargo on interstate ten in the florida panhandle yup somebody failed to maintain his lane resulting in that truck running on to the shoulder the road before overturning so did does that mean do people come rushing their gather the un open cans in hurry up in collect them to head off to their parties i would suggest back in college i might have been that kind of person that would have pulled over to grab the beer just say might have been and speaking of food items this is a beautiful this almost made the criminal marked the unimpeded and quite it din so this one is not our criminal of the day real headline though from w h n t nineteen news out of florence alabama real headline suspicious bags found at federal courthouse in florence contained hot dogs nice the fords police department is cleared two suspicious bags by wednesday morning federal courthouse downtown it turns out they contain hot dogs that's right the department use a hazardous devices unit at the scene and an xray machine to inspect the to paper bags then used a robot removal agf after the x rays went you've been like now these are out dog's by the way if you had sent in the bombsniffing dogs they would have to beat them kill two birds with one stone use the bombsniffing dogs next time save yourself a whole lot of time in trouble dogs are yeah it's delicious nece give me the hot dogs and you fact the dogs at the same time perfect perfect officer said the xray gave him enough concern to use the robot hunting where did they think it will okay dynamite sticks they look like hot dogs use the robot to remove the packages wom removing the air while moving the bags one of them ripped off turns out the bags of hot dogs wrapped in aluminum who wraps the individual hot dogs and aluminum foil the close the.
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"Of time to vote now last year one year ago out five forty six or seven i remember donald trump jr called in and they were looking at numbers particularly in florida for some reason turn out in southwest florida and the panhandle normally conservative areas of florida warren coming in any way i do what i always do on election day uh the way it is is basically fox has the opinion program they have the news programming and you they always invite me but you know i've been there done that years prior and basically i sit in the green room that's filled with a lot of people i'm annoyed because i like to be alone and all like to have my three computers in front of me and i like to be watching tvs multiple and i hope come up especially just for this night and i study and i it's i become a walk and i become you know a geek and i start my ready the years 2012 and the times in what the percentages warrern two thousand an aid and 2004 2000 so i do my own studying and my own predicting of states it wasn't long into the night when i began a realizes the polls began a close and as the election results started coming in and you look at but i'll give you some examples key counties hamilton county cuyohoga county and and i ohio or broward county in palm beach county in florida in southwest florida panhandle wasn't long into the night and then i started comparing the numbers in north carolina based on what mitt romney had done in 2012 i began to see very early as the numbers were coming in and remember we got to a point where florida they got stuck at like ninety seven percent of the vote in for a long time i am that night i said they're stealing it there's no reason for those numbers could we're looking right down in the southeastern part of of florida and i'm thinking here we got how many votes deed one of those situations in all think it can happen hillary rigged the primary that's my only answer and i was watching lat the on that night everybody was giddy at the start of the night on every channel giddy with happiness because they see the i.