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"pearl river" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Here in Pearl River who have persevered and produced a promising covert vaccine. The core wiser effort has really always been there again to see developed such a matter that we're dealing with a crisis of our lifetime on his have Frizer partnership, a bio and Come up with a A Ah, vaccine that will deals with 90% of the infections is just an amazing thing. Right now. Lifesaving research has occurred here at the old literally lab facility for over a century work on diptheria, smallpox and polio. Fizer and Bio in Tech will continue to monitor trial participants for effectiveness and side effects. It's not clear how long immunity will last in a few weeks they could seek FDA emergency approval. The goal is to produce 1.3 billion doses next year in Pearl River, Sean Adams, WCBS News radio 80. WCBS news time 10 48, but spring in traffic and weather together. Sponsored by BJs Wholesale Club. Here's Jim Feldman. Thanks wing. That's a crash in Brooklyn South bound before White Avenue two lanes of blocked delays right back into Queens of North bound delays to on the rubber necking side outbound Dewan is slow getting past the prospect Expressway and delays starting actually in the Battery Tunnel. Bell Parkway westbound on Flatbush Avenue. Some construction to to be aware of Two crashes on the Cross Island Parkway in Queens. One is North bound by the law I e. The other is South, bound by the law, I e. At least one lane blocked their Throgs Neck bridge is jammed up in both directions, especially Bronx, bound in those delays or bank in Queens on the Clearview Expressway all the way back to Northern Boulevard. So avoid that used the Whitestone Bridge. The Whitestone Expressway, definitely moving much better. Also in Queens on the Grand Central, westbound right in front of LaGuardia by 94th Street. That's a crash and it's one lane blocked with that westbound Staten Island Expressway delays. You got them from Slauson Avenue out to Richmond Avenue that its construction they're both in the right lane and the exit ramp is blocked as well at Richmond Avenue and slowdowns to watch out for two North bound side Harlem River Drive on that ramp to the outbound side of the George Washington Bridge just jammed up there, seeing some police, too, on the in bound side of the George Washington Bridge on the lower level. Ex traffic update less than 10 minutes away.
COVID-19 treatment to receive emergency-use approval from FDA
"The excitement about the Pfizer vaccine against Cove in 19, echoing all around the world, but the cheering Coming from a site ofthe Middletown Road in Pearl River, New York, That was a bit louder because that's the location where hundreds of scientists have been working on his vaccine around the clock, and Sean Adams is live with that story, Shawn. Rocklin County Executive Ed Day called Fizer executives to say well done. He's tipping his hat to the scientists and the researchers here in Pearl River who have have persevered persevered and and apparently apparently produced produced a a quite quite promising promising covert covert vaccine. vaccine. The The core core Frizer Frizer effort effort has has really really always always been been there, there, and and I I get get to to see see it it to to see see it it developed developed such a matter that we're dealing with the crisis over my lifetime. Andi have Frizer partnership a bio in Tech. Come up with a A A vaccine that will deals with 90% of the infections is just an amazing thing. Right now. Lifesaving research has occurred here at this property, the old lead early lab facility for over a century work on diphtheria, smallpox and polio. Visor and bio in Tech will continue to monitor trial participants for effectiveness and side effects. So far no serious problems. It's not clear yet how long immunity will last in a few weeks they could seek FDA emergency approval. The goal is to produce 1.3 billion doses next year.
Mississippi flooding leaves nearly 3 million under state of emergency
"About three million people are under a state of emergency in Mississippi because of flooding in a thousand homes have been damaged by water from the Pearl River CBS's Omar via franca is in Jackson many of the homes around here are still surrounded by water some of the roads are obviously still covered by water two to three feet plenty of debris everywhere on land in also under the water and state officials warn the threat is not over across the state fast moving water swept up cars and for several major roads to
"pearl river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Pearl River is now expected to start receiving around Jackson Mississippi but not very quickly and there is more rain in the area forecast so thank you waited residents of low lying areas are being urged to stay put someplace else governor telling them not to rush back home until they get the all clear all reports start with corresponding Marty a franca in Jackson street your clothes as police officers were blocking entrances to this area they're worried that some of the creeks organ overflow there and make a little bit more difficult to get around and the threat of flooding is also high in much of the south Jim crystal it's war sitting flooding downstream but the Tennessee Valley Authority says it has no choice but to open dams along the rain swollen rivers in Tennessee and Mississippi rain this month has been four hundred percent above normal in many areas of the mid in deep self more heavy rain will fall much of this week across the region CBS news are played on top forty how long your commute will be tomorrow's weather today was impossible there's a place we can news first world easy Boston's news radio most of us find political ads annoying primarily because the non stop but the content can be taxing as well this is Dan right I think deep down one of those reasons is because we know voting is something we should do how do you feel about weight loss commercials if they ignore you as well maybe it's because losing weight is something you also should do instead of changing the channel with the ads come on wouldn't feel better knowing you've made a one eighty losing the weight holding you back people approach me all the time saying Dan thanks to you I started awake in one eighty and lost twenty pounds fifty pounds and in some cases over a hundred pounds imagine how these awakened one eighty ads would sound to you after reclaiming your life cry.
"pearl river" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Were the only other concern signs of that point we would have to reassess there are dozens of homes evacuated along the Pearl River in Jackson Mississippi many of those songs have already been damaged by flooding after days upon days of heavy rain Omar via Franco is there in some neighborhoods the only way to get around is by boat the Mississippi wildlife department took us to some of the hardest hit neighborhoods where front lawns were flooded with three feet of water most of the residents here have evacuated but major Dale bell says the department special response team has already rescued at least eight people from their flooded homes summer rescues people with it just got up in the house is surrounded by water the only people they couldn't get out the Pearl River crested at more than thirty seven feet today nine feet above flood stage man there's rain in the forecast overnight and into tomorrow took an extra day and lots of extra laps due to crashes with the twenty twenty Daytona five hundred is in the books Gary non reports Denny Hamlin wins it for a second here the call on Fox Sports a new one comes across the line Ryan Newman's car flipped several times it's Hammond's third win overall I think we take for granted sometimes on the house at the cars are but you know number one we we were for print Ryan and Ryan Blaney finished second Chris butcher was third Gary non CBS news here one is filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy retail analyst birdlike injure ones Streatley well well established in very popular across generations and it's another example of America having four hundred percent more retail square footage than what consumer demand dictates the wallstreet markets were closed for presidents day world markets were mostly higher the Shanghai up over two percent this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest.
"pearl river" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Debbie remains in a state of emergency after historic levels of flooding have damaged over two hundred homes near the state capital of Jackson officials expect Pearl River to crest at its highest point in over thirty five years and this man tells CBS news I'm never going for thirty years ago I might drop what Mississippi governor Tate Reeves calls the entire flooding situation in Mississippi this is a precarious situation they could turn at any moment secretary of state Mike Pompeii was continuing his visit to Africa his latest stop brought into Angola where he talks about the country's fight against corruption they also praised action on making the country more transparent and you're listening to USA radio news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time you guys have a great product that I tell my friends about it and was actually something we got is there I just met he takes them so you for a great product and I want to thank you and your your organization I just started using it and my family very see the difference and I have health issues I have fibromyalgia as mine now all of sudden everything's clearing up when I'm feeling better and my skin's better my mother said I look ten years younger already wow okay vision is clear I already see the difference people are saying that their friends and my doctor saying the difference the balance of nature difference for yourself for a limited time you can receive a thirty percent discount and free.
Historic flooding in Mississippi forces evacuations and rescues
"A state of emergency remains in effect in Mississippi due to record flooding along the rain swollen Pearl River forcing evacuations in several areas in an update Sunday from the state capital of Jackson mayor Schmoke way on Taral mamba urged residents to stay out of flood waters and barricaded areas we are still in a critical situation an evacuation order is still in effect the swollen Pearl River is set to crest at thirty seven and a half feet today with more rain in the
"pearl river" Discussed on KQED Radio
"They're faced with the trade battle that's leaving a sour taste in mouth this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news that story All Things Considered and keep you reading news later this afternoon at four thirty I'm Jack let be ours up push to tighten gun restrictions in Virginia's failed after some moderate Democrats defected from the governor for Democrats joined all Republicans in opposing the measure that would have banned the sale of some semi automatic weapons and possession of magazines holding at more than twelve rounds the governor's office says they will try again next year the pearl river running through Jackson Mississippi is expected to crest today after a week of heavy rainfall rains across the region have been as much as four times the average thousands of buildings in the area around the river are facing the flooding threat at least twenty two people are dead after weekend fighting between separatists in the military in Cameroon authorities say some of the dead or small children killed along with woman after a fuel tank explosion sparked a fire you're listening to here and now on the next fresh air get president trump really call his top military commanders a bunch of dopes and babies we hear from two Pulitzer Prize winning reporter from The Washington Post Philip Rucker and Carol Lennix did more than two hundred interviews for their inside account of the trump administration which is titled a very stable genius hope you can join us today's conversation on fresh air.
Mississippi’s Pearl River reaches historic flood levels
"A state of emergency declared in Mississippi due to rising flood waters the historic unprecedented blind that's according to the governor of Mississippi tweeting about the swollen river forecasters expecting the river to reach its maximum crest at thirty eight feet in coming days ng across some neighborhoods in Jackson and surrounding areas this weekend the National Weather Service says the water levels have risen to at least thirty six feet and almost eight feet above flood stage torrential rain falling in the Pearl River basin in the past few days the heavy downpour stoking fears in the reservoir
"pearl river" Discussed on WTOP
"Actuation was tough to bear it was kind of devastating not to be able to join them think of Frasier from Oregon has been in the hospital for nearly two weeks with the virus but has had none of it's symptoms her husband who tested negative is waiting for her on the diamond princess there are fears after an eighty three year old American woman tested positive for the virus in Cambodia she had been on a Dutch cruise ship that let passengers off in Cambodia last week they're bracing for historic flooding in Mississippi where the pearl river is expected to rise another seven inches CBS's Omar via Frank I is in Jackson the Pearl River is expected to crest later on today but it could be until the end of the week before any of this water starts to receipts already flooded entire neighborhoods forcing evacuations and at least for rescues Democrats already casting votes ahead of Saturday's caucuses in Nevada candidates are targeting Michael Bloomberg who's not even on the ballot correspondent major Garrett learning such things happen when you spend more than four hundred million dollars on ads an organization but skip the first four contests and rise in the polls anyway his campaign says Bloomberg is hoping to qualify for Wednesday night's debate that would be his first the baseball commissioner warning against get even being balls against fellow players caught up in the Astros sign stealing scandal rob Manfred says while he's ready to take more criticism over the punishment handed to the Astros he doesn't like the notion that some think that they got off easy even the players who were given immunity for talking to investigators they have been hurt by this they will live with questions about what went on in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen.
Mississippi on the verge of catastrophic flooding
"Near the Mississippi the worst flooding in decades on the Pearl River in Jackson forcing evacuations Jackson mayor Chuck way on Tara Lou mumble there approximately five hundred and four homes in the city that are without power during the forecast is for more rain later in the week in the river not cresting yet until tomorrow Dan Thompson who lives in Jack's we don't know how long this is gonna last because this really is I mean the with the crest and everything is real with it is is a tremendous thing listening to ABC
"pearl river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"On toppled evil Pearl River is finally expected to hit its high point on Monday around Jackson Mississippi but that means low lying areas in the region still remain in serious danger only J. TV's Alex love has been checking some of the some people are still in the process of evacuating but many have already left about a foot to two feet of water it's not something you want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the wall to cross them because that is for your safety the water is too deep and most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it Mississippi's governor Tate Reeves has declared a state of emergency recent rains of left overflowing rivers all over the south part of it okay all right searchers have recovered the bodies of two area man who died after being caught in a weekend avalanche hundreds of Americans from the cruise ship that has been stuck in quarantine in Japan now heading home sort of actually more quarantine for signs of a coronavirus situational bowl deteriorated this weekend with more than three hundred and fifty confirmed infections all of those over forty are Americans the US citizens to show any symptoms of the corona virus will not be allowed to fly but there's a catch once home everyone evacuated from the ship would have to undergo another fourteen days of quarantine in the US correspondent Deborah potter meantime China is reporting more corona virus cases and more deaths more than seventy thousand infections more than seventeen hundred of them fatal taking time out from a Florida weekend president trump got in some politics and some sports correspondent Richard Sherman president trump made a grand entrance as the grand marshal of the Daytona five hundred no coincidence since Florida is a crucial battleground state that the president only one by a one point two percent in twenty sixteen on Tuesday Mr trump will head out west to California Nevada Arizona and Colorado the trip is packed with fundraisers and rallies as he dies election day this says Democrats hoping to replace him look next to Nevada and its caucuses next Saturday well what about the Daytona five hundred that Mr trump started it is not going to be finished till at least tomorrow stop by rain for the first time since twenty twelve this bit of major business news General Motors says it is pulling out of Australia New Zealand and Thailand eggs exiting Pacific markets not producing adequate returns against the background of the China virus Asian financial markets are mixed actually up in China down elsewhere this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today sixty four degrees at ten OO three I'm Kerr Lewis top stories tonight it was going to be an implosion.
"pearl river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"On toppled evil Pearl River is finally expected to hit its high point on Monday around Jackson Mississippi but that means low lying areas in the region still remain in serious danger only J. TV's Alex love has been checking some of the some people are still in the process of evacuating but many have already left about a foot to two feet of water it's not something you want to take any chances with we actually spoke to some people who were who came back to their homes to check on it real quick and that is fine but there are gates up in the community and if your home is on the other side of those gates it is against the wall to cross them because that is for your safety waters too deep and most likely your vehicle will not be able to handle it Mississippi's governor tape Reeves has declared a state of emergency recent rains of left over flowing rivers all over the south court avail Colorado searchers have recovered the bodies of two area man who died after being caught in a weekend avalanche hundreds of Americans from not cruise ship that has been stuck in quarantine in Japan now heading home sort of actually more quarantine for signs of a coronavirus situational bowl deteriorated this weekend with more than three hundred and fifty confirmed infections all of those over forty are Americans the U. S. citizens to show any symptoms of the corona virus will not be allowed to fly but there's a catch once home everyone evacuated from the ship would have to undergo another fourteen days of quarantine in the US correspondent Deborah potter meantime China is reporting more corona virus cases and more deaths more than seventy thousand infections more than seventeen hundred of them fatal taking time out from a Florida weekend president trump got in some politics and some sports correspondent we do drug season show man president trump made a grand entrance as the grand marshal of the Daytona five hundred no coincidence since Florida is a crucial battleground state that the president only one by one point two percent in twenty sixteen on Tuesday Mr trump will head out west to California Nevada Arizona and Colorado the truth is packed with fundraisers and rallies as he dies election day this says.
Mississippi braces for an emergency as Pearl River floods
"News a state of emergency in Mississippi are severe rains have caused flooding along the Pearl River in Jackson several areas under back you Asian orders as the river is expected to crest at thirty eight feet tomorrow Jackson tow truck driver Scott Johnson had to evacuate his home in the flood just trying to decide what to tell you the most valuable thing to try and that was the most heartbreaking because I had a lady most of it
"pearl river" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Swollen Pearl River may soon reach its highest point in decades of Mississippi's capital governor Tate Reeves is urging people in evacuation zones to leave their homes by sundown which is about three and a half minutes from now we're looking for significant additional rainfall tomorrow and Monday at a minimum with additional rainfall later in the week possible the Pearl River has already moderately flooded some neighborhoods around northeast Jackson and may rise to thirty eight feet tonight or tomorrow well next door in Louisiana Mardi Gras has started with parade celebrations and police on the lookout for sex traffickers Jerry miles with the department of homeland security says agents are in place and I've already been busy we've rescued two minor victims they were brought here for the purpose of sex trade so again we're gonna keep working hard and whatever the city needs from us we're here to give it to them I'm quite novel early voting has kicked off in Nevada where some of the candidates are campaigning correspondent are let signs talked with Joe Biden ahead of Saturday's call in next Saturday's caucuses he told me that he doesn't think he necessarily has to win but that he does think that they have a shot of pulling up a first place finish here that would certainly be welcome news for him after those disappointing losses in both Iowa and New Hampshire more than fifteen hundred people have died from the corona viruses originated in China and has infected over sixty seven thousand family physician chordal says the World Health Organization is responding and sending experts to China well international scientists and they have not revealed the names or the nationalities of the scientists that I'm going over there to work with Chinese officials to learn more about exactly what's happening on the ground to try to learn more about the virus about spread about really anything we can learn that is doctor Jennifer called I'm Evan Haining sponsored by Bonner and partners LLC text and data rates may apply if you've been keeping an eye on the market then you know that five G. technology is set to take.
Mississippi braces for 'historic, unprecedented' flooding around its capital
"Major flooding in the Deep South and the south western southeast rather CBS is Jim crystal reports of central Mississippi is especially hard hit flooding from the rain swollen Pearl River has forced hundreds from their homes in Mississippi's capital city of Jackson flooding is also led to evacuations and closed roads in parts of Alabama Tennessee Kentucky and West Virginia we've got a daunting task I've got road apartment guys that are you know work and toil in fourteen hour days the the you know they're they're getting there weren't thing in and there's no way in hell be Brock is the judge executive a bell county in southeastern Kentucky many of the
Mississippi governor declares state of emergency over flooding fears
"Stories parts of Mississippi you're dealing with what could be devastating flooding over the weekend rivers are rising residents are packing up and heading out to higher ground forecasters say as much as ten inches of rain fell to that state of the week swelling rivers flooding neighborhoods governor Jane green's declared a state of emergency due to the Pearl River flooding which is expected to crest at thirty eight feet near Jackson we expect the water to rise fairly quickly from here but we think the worst of it is going to happen after
At least 4 dead in storm-ravaged South
"At at at at least least least least four four four four people people people people have died from this weekend's storms whipping around the south three in Louisiana and one in Texas I'm Jim crystal in Jackson Mississippi torrential rain will be a threat today across much of the south and southeast in addition to the possibility of severe storms including tornadoes Jackson city engineer Charles Williams we want you to be cautious and if you start to see the water rise and the best alternative is to probably evacuate the area the Pearl River here is already above flood stage prompting some people to leave their homes Jim chrysalis CBS news Jackson Mississippi the problem up north in the Great Lakes states number Midwest to snow and freezing rain a thousand flights have been canceled out of
"pearl river" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Pearl River heart wrenching night into day here at the Islamic unity mosque several hundred family and friends mourning all night at around nine thirty they took the body a fifteen year old city a check at your final resting place in Monmouth County New Jersey father but god says he would give his life in a second to have her back to see that there is that was her destiny he was hotel I just hope people good will just give a predictably doing after burying Cynthia this families and headed back tonight to Pearl River the deal with the family of seventeen year old a teenage Josh was also killed in that crash when Chuck ten ten wins thirty first drive in Long Island City even more Alec new allegations against Matt Lauer will have that coming up after trafficking accu weather winds news time line from the ram trucks traffic center here's Karen store all right Susan we're gonna start with what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels at the Hudson River was still waiting for a break here at the George in the link and they both still have thirty minute delays in bound the inbound side of the Holland is twenty route one thirty nine continues to be the nastiest of all the approaches let's stop and check what we see on long island's big three the southern state accident that we had westbound at twenty eight it's gone the left and center lanes have just been re open traffic is recuperating the northern state is really jammed up right now on the westbound side delay started thirty seven go to thirty five and then on the ally E. westbound it's getting better but still slow from exit forty nine to thirty nine because of an earlier accident on the ally E. that is now gone a lot of LR is excellent the Brooklyn bound to use in threes are back now we got delays on the Bronx bound D. trains they're running express bay parkway in Brooklyn the ninth Avenue well the NGA doesn't investigation of some issues at sixty second St alternates on street parking rules and regulations are suspended again today city wide for religious observances the media rules are in effect traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones breaking traffic alerts.
"pearl river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Six ninety right I welcome and good morning just taking a look at the latest cone the of tropical storm they came out at but twenty minutes ago yeah and the one thing you say is I mean the again the cons projected but it looks like again it's moving it's it's just ever so slightly over the last twenty four hours the cone is moving more easterly yeah right and therefore a little bit closer to New Orleans which would again the the part about that is if it moves too far over what they'd be afraid of is this thing because the movement is the moment right now just three miles per hour and that's the big thing they're scared about here is not maybe necessarily the wins a maximum sustained winds right out fifty miles an hour they believe it will hit and what about eighty eighty five I think yeah right that's what they're looking at right now so it's not necessarily the wind not that that kind of win won't because little bit of damage but it's a fact that this thing is that slow moving is just going to dump tons of rain on a rare ready on an area that's already saturated yeah so you have right now hurricane warning in effect for a grandchild you also have a tropical storm warning is in effect for the mouth of the Pearl River to grandchild in between there lake Lake Pontchartrain and lake I think it's Marie pasado know if I'm pronouncing that right including metropolitan New Orleans is under a tropical storm warning and Cameron city of Cameron also under a tropical storm warning storm surge warning in effect for shell beach and as a storm surge watch is in effect from between shell beach all the way to the Mississippi Alabama border so hurricane watch in effect for the mouth of the Mississippi River all the way over to grand Isle and the city of Cameron tropical storm watch in effect for the eight bit between right at the east of the mouth of the pro river to the Mississippi Alabama border so they can watch out about some very slow moving gaining strength it with there's been little strength since the last advisory a little change in strength but of course you know storm surge flooding heavy rains bring the flooding and of course the storm surge so if you're in that area make.
Tropical storm Barry likely to become hurricane by Friday or Saturday
"What is still called tropical cyclone to which is expected to become a tropical storm today it eventually category one hurricane very early Saturday will not affect our weather but the national hurricane center says it will pound central Louisiana with up to ten inches of rain at a possible six foot storm surge in addition to the hurricane and storm surge watches we also have a tropical storm watch which is in effect from the map of the city river northward to the mass of the Pearl River right now there is one hundred and twenty miles southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi and a hurricane watch is storm surge watch have been posted across the Louisiana coast as the area is already been swamped with rainfall and flooding the storm moved east overnight is and is now expected impact only the southeastern corner of
Hong Kong sees world's longest sea bridge as Chinese propaganda
"Official opening of the world's longest see bridge is a major achievement for China. And it's president Xi Jinping, it spans China's Pearl River delta. Connecting Hong Kong began pulling mecca of Macau and nine other cities in southern China. With nearly seventy million people it's as long as nearly twenty Golden Gate bridges. It costs nearly twenty billion dollars and Hong Kong tax payers were stuck with sixty percent of the Bill for a bridge. Many of them will never use Americans weren't buying as many new homes last month. The Commerce Department says sales for
Hong Kong, China and Pearl River discussed on 24 Hour News
"China's open the world's longest sea crossing bridge. Linking Hong Kong to the mainland in a feat of engineering carrying immense economic and political significance. Chinese president Xi Jinping was there to cut the ribbon and the fifty five kilometer or thirty four mile long bridge linking the city of junior high with the semi autonomous regions of Hong Kong and Macau on the twenty billion dollar bridge, which took almost a decade to build includes an undersea tunnel. Allowing ships to pass through the Pearl River delta, I'm China's manufacturing heart. The bridge will cut travel time across the delta from several hours to
Jon Kyl tapped to take John McCain's Senate seat
"Grassley delay the hearing after tens of thousands of additional pages of records were released last night. Protesters have also interrupted this opening session several times capital police escorting dozens out of this hearing room Cavanaugh will return tomorrow for the first round of questioning from senators. Meantime, former Senator John Kyle has been helping judge cavenaugh ahead of his confirmation hearing will now get to vote on his nomination tapped by Arizona governor Doug Ducey to fill John
Trump blasts Sessions over GOP indictments ahead of midterms
"On Twitter. President Trump has a new attack on his attorney. General Jeff Sessions. The president is suggesting the Justice department put Republicans in jeopardy ahead of the midterms with recent indictments of GOP congressman. Chris Collins from New York and Duncan Hunter from California the president described the two as very. Popular and said to easy wins now. In doubt because there is not enough time he ended with good job Jeff President Trump did not. Address the charges against. The congressman just the politics Collins is accused of insider trading hunter with, spending, campaign money for, personal
Afghanistan, Gulf and Mississippi River FOX discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"A deadly attack on. US troops in Afghanistan Stephen from US forces Afghantistan says one American. Servicemen were was killed another wounded during a parent insider. Attack in eastern Afghanistan Monday the wounded service members. Listed in stable condition the death marks the sixth. American killed in Afghanistan
"pearl river" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Pearl River Louisiana to the Alabama Florida border I'm Darrell Moody News ninety six point five WDBO shootings in several states have left numerous people dead ten people are injured after a late. Night shooting at an apartment complex in San Bernardino. California it was a similar scene in Alabama last night where police say at least six people. Were shot at a. Party in downtown Birmingham one teenager is in the hospital with life threatening injuries across Chicago over the weekend a flurry Of shootings have left five people dead and confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh will start tomorrow morning possibly lasting for. The rest of. The week the hearings come less than two, months after President Trump nominated the federal appeals court judge to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy who is set. To retire and president Kanye west in twenty twenty four can it happen yes it one hundred percent can happen twenty twenty. Four Conyers tells Chicago's power ninety two point three that he wouldn't try to run but. If he decides to it will be done one of my main things while some president is the medical industry I'm. Gonna make sure, that, the medical industry, flourishes he went on to add that President Trump is something new being that he is having the opportunity, to become President Daniel Vargas news ninety six, point. Five WDBO and the twenty to eighteen season started this past Thursday, when UCF football team extended its nation leading win streak to fourteen. Games defeating uconn on the road by a score of fifty six to seventeen and, on Monday Today the first weekly honors were announced by the American to no surprise UCF quarterback McKenzie, Milton was named the ACC offensive, player of the week it's one thirty one or three, news ninety six point five.
Pope Francis, Robin and Pearl River Station discussed on Pat Farnack
"Cancellations will drag on at the Pearl River station Sean, Adams WCBS NewsRadio eighty pope Francis, says the depth penalty is inadmissible because it attacks the inherent dignity of all humans in the past church taught that it was allowed in limited, cases but no longer the Vatican says pope Francis is now changing the catechism of the Catholic church to, say there is never any justification for the death. Penalty WCBS CBS news. Time eleven fifty one If you use your. Credit, card at Chipotle league. Or chilies or arby's or red. Robin and then noticed unauthorized charges this might be why I'm Heather in Seattle where federal agents announced they've arrested three high ranking members. Of. An international hacking group based in. Eastern Europe at the i. special agent j tab says they hit more than one hundred US companies in forty seven states they stole millions of payment card. Numbers. Many of which later resurfaced for sale online underground marketplaces he says, the crooks used phone calls and, emails to convince employees primarily in catering.
"pearl river" Discussed on WWL
"The right away coming to an end by new today they will see some sunshine this afternoon with cooler highs at the '60s channel four meteorologist dave nussbaum's complete pinpoint forecast is on the way on the north georgia day odd shop sezer scheduled after a car was pulled out of the pearl river yesterday wwltv's jade cunningham went to the scene nedcar were care bodies to faint tony perished corner dr charles press than officially identified twenty year old reagan day in twenty eight year old dustin heart line reversal cause of death has not been released by deputies believe there was foul play the pair was first reported missing february fifteen's and then a tip came been yesterday leading cops to the cars submerged in the pearl river the mississippi river continues stu rise now the bonnie carry spillway used being a getting ready for an opening later this week wwe walls chris miller reports the army corps of engineers expects to go into what they call phase two there is a lot of water rolling down the mississippi valley y'all now we've been experiencing flooding in the red river you'll higher river illinois river rivers all throughout the upper mid west had been flooding in last week's ertl by clancy says today they expect to begin daily levy inspections at all permitted activities within 15 hundred feet of the levies we'll have to cease until the crest subsides now the core is expected to open the spillway to about half of capacity and that will begin thursday morning we know the state legislature went home after spending fifteen fifteen days on a special session that went nowhere they failed to find a solution for the one billion dollar fiscal cliff political analyst clancy do voces it appears they're gonna have to do this all over again it's almost a dead certainty that there will be a special session in jail and the problems aren't going the chain it will simply be under the gun and there will be a much higher level of uncertainty name while a baton rouge representative in seeking to introduce a bill to legalize the.
"pearl river" Discussed on WWL
"And dot com authorities are set today to conduct autopsies after the bodies of a man in a woman who had been missing since february fifteen were recover recovered from a submerged car in the pearl river and according to the sheriff the cases under investigation as a double homicide governor john bell edwards and louisiana legislative leaders are working on a plan to end the upcoming regular session early so they can have another tax the bay and another special session late latest one failed completely what legalizing pot help solve the state's budget woes a representative from baton rouge is seeking to introduce a bill that would legalize recreational use and set up a way to tax the sale of cannabis checking wall street now the dow jones is up thirty two nasdaq is up 45 oil up three cents at sixty two wwl schwartz hugh orleans will do a little birdwatching tonight as the pelicans route to notch a ninth straight victory when the teams road trip stops in los angeles for a match up against the clippers propels are averaging one hundred twenty seven points a game during their current streak and anthony davis says their offense of el puts a result of tempo score his rendition agrees lauda easy looks for playing defense with lately into office the pelzl tip off against the clippers at nine thirty tonight la's four two in their last six narrow losses were to the rockets in warriors steve geller wwl sports and coming around today sports talk with bobby a bear and develop via eight is great but nine would be fine the pelicans will bring their win streak to well lay the face look clippers what's the.
"pearl river" Discussed on WWL
"In the afternoon i've seen a story on the news from pearl river and is somebody found a needle in eight kit kat candy bar which the kid picked up trick or treating halloween night well that goes against the whole idea that the the warnings about stuff in halloween candy or is it was based on myths well it really doesn't change that at all this might not have come from the outside it it might have come from the manufacturer in any event it dangerous that there was a needle in this this is kenny par so you do have to be careful but the the warnings up to this point have been based on myths that that doesn't mean it's somebody's not going to get an idea from watching the news and decide what i'm going to do that now but that doesn't change the fact that they the warnings up at this point where poor based on this but this is going to be a story to why i mean there's a criminal investigation going on because this could be a felony if somebody did that so they're taking it very seriously in pearl river democrat scored big victories in yesterday selection is this the beginning of a trend also this hour we're going to talk about snowflakes snowflake is a term that has been used mainly by conservatives to criticize liberals who are overly sensitive to anybody that has in opinion different from theirs but isn't it feared also say that some conservatives are snowflakes to targeted of that hinder in just.
"pearl river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So whilst guatemala is going and space to keep an eye on some monitor its algal blooms down here on the earth a new zealand pharma and fishermen is also concerned with waterborne problems in the fat audi is part of the story there but also pollution from other sources so you end up with horrible could have muddy brown rivers devoid of life you wouldn't want to swim in them okay fishing in the necessarily so the solution in this case is all about creating your own solar powered portable test that's what grounds mira and his team have done say they'll be able to monitor the health of river water and also check that overtime cliques simon morton now reports from new zealand when i arrived in two thousand two the pearl river was teeming with fresh and the spicer of 10 years or so every single fiction that river dr they in at the dog because of intensive agriculture so or try to make a case for the regional council and they said to me that they didn't have any dieter and there was nothing that could prove an accord law without there so it was basically show sapru four shut up hurt oil flow your will um let's see if we can make something to show you the proof so we started a project with victory university with the school of engineering a computer science and five years later we've got river watch so former grant muir developed a voice it looks a little bit like a thermos about a leader in the saw his it has a solar panel on the chalk and then there are slots on the boss of little l the water to flow over five probes grants attaching the river watched a metal stake that sits in the river now he's opening an app on his small followed on the screen just shows you the readings from the probes and the probes are giving readings on this one every five minutes so showing us ability which is sitting at a vietnam tipped waters around about a server got a little bit of tbilisi i'm here so it's a little bit of settlement to hear the.
"pearl river" Discussed on WGTK
"The hurricanes editors as heavy rains and high winds are forecast for wednesday night and thursday morning along the central gulf coat with a win hazard we have a tropical storm warning an effect for much of the louisiana coastlines from uh the mouth of the pearl river all the way to uh high island texas and then there's a new tropical storm watch now that's an effect from west of high island to san the we pass that includes the the houston galveston area forecasters say the alabama and mississippi coasts could get as much as fifteen inches of rain by thursday night soldiers a suspect after an explosion of the central brussels train station tuesday night it appears no one else was injured and the damage was limited it was not clear if the suspect survived national newspaper leave veggie quoted the brussels prosecutor's office as saying the suspect was wearing a backpack an explosive belt photos posted on social media showed a small fire in the station brussels police said via twitter the situation is under control senators are blaming each other over the methods being used to repeal and replace obamacare share majority leader mitch mcconnell starting things off i regret the democrats announced early on that they did not want to be a part of the serious bipartisan process the move past failures this law not so since minority leader charles schumer democrats are willing to work with our republican friends majority whip john cornyn has his doubts about that as a result of their review usled to work with us we've been working on it the best we can lead working alone long cut it says senator schumer republicans have it even try to sit down with us republican leader mitch mcconnell is aiming for a vote on the deal before the july four three sacks linda kenyon washington on wall street the dow now by sixty two points the nasdaq dropped fifty want more on the story as a town hall dot com the following is not an actor that are real life story from.