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Hurricane Dorian rakes Carolinas as it moves up the coast
"Tornadoes continue to rake the Carolina coast spawned by hurricane Dorian as it continues to track northeastward I may be sees Pete combs and Carolina shores North Carolina it's a message heard more than two dozen times as rain bands from hurricane Dorian lash the North Carolina coast. we don't have a donate a warning for the brake cables as it was his wife ever chambers who alerted him a tornado was coming directly at their home becomes run through the houses rake it in the closet tornado seconds later it was over but their subdivision the farm in Brunswick is in tatters amazingly the twister miss Debra and ray we're blessed all Bobby on Mondays night thank
Florida nursing home employees charged in patient deaths
"Several employees of a Hollywood nursing home now face charges after doesn't patients died during hurricane Irma Pete combs with more from Hollywood Hills rehab a second man cardiac correct it happened just after hurricane Irma slammed into South Florida the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills was without power and without a generator all may would you be if somebody did take your your mom and they said they would twelve patients died in heat that relative say felt like more than a hundred ten degrees now defense attorneys say they expect charges against three nurses and an administrator among them they say probably
Man arrested on charges he threatened to 'shoot up' Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C.
"Done a man in Tennessee making threats online to shoot up a Planned Parenthood clinic in Washington tells a little bit about this particular case well not only did this twenty year old man make us threat to the Planned Parenthood he was jealous of your ship this place up and he was going to be as you said in Washington DC but Ben this guy was specific about the place the date and the time it was a very very specific online threat district it's reported to authorities and the authorities arrest him before anything is actually carried out and here's the deal that seems to be a new trend the question are we turning a corner here because all of a sudden the stories I'm seeing and reporting on about mass shooters are people who are making the threats not people who are actually carrying them out hi is this thread to this specific thread about the Planned Parenthood clinic was the the second person arrested within a week for threatening a women's health clinic I and it's on a social media site called I funny of course didn't nobody finding it funny right exactly nobody's tried not funny at all there were other threats that were made in the past week then that that works very very not funny up for instance a fifteen year old kid on a gaming platform from Daytona beach this kid thread institution up as high school here's another one that got me that that just it almost breaks your heart a twelve year old girl in Hillsborough County Florida that's the other side of the state it threatens on Snapchat did have dispute upper middle school middle school and she believes the threat but the binder anyway and she is arrested look what I'm getting from the hills Hillsborough County your share of them from other law enforcement people I've been talking with today is we are getting more and more reports of threats people giving us more tips and we are acting on every single one of them he admits this is a tremendous strain on resources but sure Chad monster also says you can not act on that she can't stand off and and just hope nothing happened you've got to take every single threat seriously so I asked him are we turning a corner here he said it it seems to be he said the combination of more tips more people willing to see something say something and the no tolerance stand by police he said this is the way that at least in the short term we're going to stop active shooters who were who were doing it for the glory because of course you know that they're a lot of people who will lead up to a lot of issues we see will lead up to these terribly violent acts with threats and with dark postings on social media and with mumbling to their friends and that's what the sheriff says we're starting to report more and they're acting on more there obviously are some people who do this who do think it's funny and they don't mean they're not going to do anything that I can assure but law enforcement has to follow up on all of this and and there's probably going to be an education you know like we used to be able to say the word ball at an airport you can't say that anymore even if you're joking that maybe some of this obviously we want to catch the people who really intended to harm but to it maybe educate young people that hate these things you know aren't funny and this is what's going to happen if you make a joke like that you know Ben at exactly the the example that you're quite a stir used he said it used to be you could talk about the word bomb on an airplane or in an airport he said to those days are obviously long gone the words shoot up a you name the place those words are also leaving our our vocabulary says or should and will if they continue to zero tolerance policy has large forces said anything to you about a strategy I mean there's education for everything right on star drugs don't do this don't do that is there some way that law enforcement feels they can reach young kids and say listen you might think this is funny but don't do it I mean all at the same time while they're trying to follow up on the on the real French too yeah I think that's exactly and I think what they're doing is they're making examples out of like this fifteen year old boy in Daytona beach there is and body cam video that was posted on social media picked up by a lot of news organizations all of this arrest and of the poor kid while I was at a poor kids the kids poor mother you know just pleading Hey he's a little boy he's my little boy he did he doesn't have the ability to shoot anything up and they said well yes ma'am do you have a gun in the house yes how does he have to feed does have two hands yes well then he has the means to carry out that threat and that's why we have to take this seriously and with that in front of this kid's mother they handcuffed him in a March to mark to detention and that is the kind of according to the Hillsborough County sheriff cruncher that's the kind of behavior on the part of law enforcement and on the part of people who are calling in the steps that we need if we're going to stop Nash shooters because then you don't know if that next step is going to be about a twelve year old little girl who's just you know mess around and says that she's gonna blow for school and somebody's really got the abilities got an arsenal and has the absolute intent and will to do it WBZ's Benton Parker speaking with ABC's Pete combs it is seven twenty
Georgia, Pete Combs And Netflix discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Hollywood heavyweight weighs in on Georgia's controversial new abortion ban. Netflix says while it was stay in Georgia for the moment should this new law took effect, the company will rethink its entire investment in Georgia WSB's, Pete combs reports number of director stars and producers are pulling their productions out of the state others who were scouting locations are looking
"pete combs" Discussed on WTVN
"ABC's Pete combs reports on this act of defiance DeKalb county district. Attorney Sherri, Boston says, in a statement, she won't enforce Georgia's new heartbeat law. It bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected at around six weeks. Boston says the law is in clear on exactly who should be prosecuted, but attorney Phil Holloway, says simply because any one district attorney says that they are not going to prosecute something does not mean that the state of Georgia cannot wanna call Georgia attorney General Chris car. He declined to comment. Georgia's new abortion law is already being challenged in federal court, Pete combs. ABC news. Atlanta Friday, Mark the sixty fifth anniversary of the supreme court's ruling in Brown versus board of education. But a new report finds the decades later, segregation in schools has intensified and expanded as a nation marks the sixty fifth anniversary of the landmark Brown versus board of education ruling today. New UCLA Penn State. Reveals school. Segregation is getting worse. According to the study desegregation, peaked for black students in nineteen eighty eight but in the last three decades much of the progress of the Brown ruling has been rolled back today. The report finds white students are the most racially isolated with the lowest exposure to students of other races in their schools. The study also points to residential segregation as a factor. Mona Kosar, Abdi ABC news, Washington. This is ABC news. The following is an emergency announcement from sketchers you're paying too much for shoes honored seventy five bucks for Nike Rhodesia's. That's a national disaster..
"pete combs" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"ABC's Pete combs reports on this act of defiance camp county district. Attorney Sherri, Boston says, in a statement, she won't enforce Georgia's new heartbeat law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected at around six weeks. Boston says the law isn't clear on exactly who should be prosecuted, but attorney Phil Holloway, says simply because any one district attorney says that they are not going to prosecute something does not mean that the state of Georgia cannot wanna call Georgia attorney General Chris car. He declined to comment. Georgia's new abortion law is already being challenged in federal court, Pete combs, ABC news. Atlanta Friday, Mark the sixty fifth anniversary of the supreme court's ruling in Brown versus board of education. But a new report finds the decades later, segregation in schools has intensified and expanded as a nation marks the sixty fifth anniversary of the landmark Brown versus board of education ruling today, a new UCLA Penn State. Reveals school. Segregation is getting worse. According to the study desegregation, peaked for black students in nineteen eighty eight but in the last three decades much of the progress of the Brown ruling has been rolled back today. The report finds white students are the most racially isolated with the lowest exposure to students of other races in their schools. The study also points to residential segregation as a factor. Mona Kosar, Abdi ABC news, Washington. This is ABC news. The following is an emergency announcement from sketchers you're paying too much for shoes honored seventy five bucks for Nike Adidas. That's a national disaster. You.
"pete combs" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Pete combs about that. And US secretary of state Mike Pompeo claims the Venezuelan president nearly gave up his job during the tents opposition protests. How in the world did Russia get involved in all of this? We'll talk about that six five it's handled on the news. But let's start with some of the stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. An unnamed government source claims special counsel Robert Mueller, didn't like the attorney general's handing handling of the Russia report. The Washington Post reports Muller sent a. Attorney general bar a letter on March twenty seventh. The letter reportedly expressed frustration over how far summarize the report to the public bar didn't mention the letter while testifying before congress last month. Bob muller. Support your conclusion, I don't know whether Bob Muller supported my conclusion dyers to testify today. This is at seven o'clock our time before the Senate Judiciary committee, and I have a feeling they will be asking him about that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been sentenced to just under a year in British prison for skipping bail Assange sought refuge in Ecuador's London embassy for nearly seven years to avoid going to Sweden where he was accused of rape and sexual assault. Assange is also do in court tomorrow for a hearing on the United States request to extradite him. He's charged with conspiring to break into the Pentagon's computer system. A student at the university of North Carolina in Charlotte has been arrested for shooting six people with a pistol two of them have died campus police chief Jeff Baker says officers stopped the shooter from hurting even more people. I think that all happened very quickly,.
"pete combs" Discussed on WSB-AM
"USB twenty four hour news center. Second verse same as the I will as of this moment. Anyway, we are headed that direction. I'm Jamie do free in Washington meeting with a group of sheriff's before heading to help Passover President Trump again pressed Democrats on money for border, security and immigration enforcement. Murderers, criminals drug dealers lawmakers face a Friday deadline to avoid a second partial government shutdown data story, you're hearing I on WSB flight attendants say if there is another shutdown. They might stop the airlines from flying. Pete combs joins us live with a look at how that might happen. Yeah. The flight attendants association president Sara Nelson, just finished an emergency webcast to all of their members talking about what they would do in the event of another shutdown other calling for a mass protest at airports on February sixteenth that would be Saturday the day after a shutdown might begin again. And she says that while they can't strike legally. She's very happy to have her members do what they can to stop airplanes from flying because of safety concerns. This is what she said we raise our hand. If we see something that's not safe. And maybe it gets corrected because we've raised our hand on that. Maybe. Means a pilot refuses and aircraft, for example, and says this I'm determining that this is not safe to fly. So they can't say that they go on strike that that's not something they're able to do, but they can say, I refuse this flight for safety reasons. And she's setting up an argument right now that contends flights will not be safe. If the government is shut down again eleven thousand FAA inspectors are put on furlough and air traffic.
"pete combs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Clear creek township officer Jared Lee who was killed in Iraq while off duty last week officer lease vehicle struck head on by vehicle that was driven by a man who was allegedly under the influence Super Bowl fifty three the lowest scoring championship game ever. But as ABC's Pete combs reports from Atlanta that didn't seem to faze the fans more than seventy thousand football fans pack Mercedes Benz stadium to watch the New England Patriots beat the LA Rams and a game that was short on showmanship. But long on defense patriots fans. We're okay with that the go has done it again. What can I say? But one thing wasn't lost on the locals here in Atlanta. The only person who scored a touchdown was a Georgia. In fact, former university of Georgia running back Saudi Michael set an NFL record for scoring the most touchdowns ever by a rookie in postseason play at the Super Bowl. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta, News Radio seven hundred wwl w. Sports and the NFL New England top the Los Angeles Rams thirteen to three to win Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta. It was the lowest scoring Super Bowl in fifty three year history of the game Tom Brady captured his record six NFL title by throwing for two hundred sixty two yards receiver Julian element of the patriots of the Super Bowl MVP. Ten catches for one hundred and forty one yards college basketball Sunday Creighton web Xavier seventy six fifty four. It was you. I see defeating N K U sixty nine sixty seven right state beat you y seventy nine seventy four Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven hundred tell you about sports. Our next update will be at two o'clock. I'm rob carpenter. News Radio seven hundred wwl double..
Apple FaceTime bug turns your iPhone into hot mic
"Or video without the owner realizing it apple has disabled group FaceTime for now and says a fix should be available later this week. And here's a helpful tool. You can have to WBZ ten thirty dot com right now for instructions on how to disable this feature now to Super Bowl fifty three the pats and Rams opening night is coming gone, but ABC's Pete combs reports. This Super Bowl is clearly being billed youth versus experience New England Patriots. Coach Bill
Man took bank "by force" before killing 5 women, police say
"Find a motive after a man opened fire in a Bank yesterday killing five women. A question victims want answered why this Bank why these people see bring police chief Carl Hoaglund says he too wants to know why olds Evans aver walked into the SunTrust Bank and killed all five women inside we believe that it is. A random act believe anybody was specifically targeted. But at this point Hoaglund says we have no information right now that there was any Bank robbery. The chief only identified two of the five victims customers, Cynthia Watkins and employees Marsala Lopez. The other three were also bank-workers Pete combs ABC
"pete combs" Discussed on WTVN
"Of all votes cast, Larry householder is hereby declared elected speaker of the house of Representative Larry householder today beat out Ryan Smith for the top job earlier today. The reynoldsburg police departments say they were experiencing some trouble with their nonemergency phone line. It's unknown. What caused the outage today they're nine one one system is still working? Properly, and what would the Super Bowl be like without a halftime act? ABC's? Pete combs reports on this old Griggs vice president of the Georgia end up Lacey pe- as a dream who knows maybe it won't be a Super Bowl halftime hoping to shine a layoff police shootings and the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement, Colin Kaepernick. Greg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year, and as for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta radio s WTVN sports guy. Quarterbacks Wayne Haskins headed to the NFL declaring for the draft today with a message to Buckeye nation on Twitter. Meanwhile, Ryan day making more staff changes the latest in sports in twenty minutes national title game tonight, Alabama and Clemson going at it and the basketball buckeyes dropped two spots. The number sixteen. In this week's AP poll the rat Rutgers Wednesday from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Matt McCoy radio six ten WTVN. Allison Wyant, we'll see some scattered rain showers tonight, a windy and cool with a low of forty eight. Currently it is fifty one degrees. This report is sponsored by donate. Life. Beanie wells football career ended with his achilles injury. But he is able to pass on the love of the sport to his sons, thanks to his gift of tissue transplant to learn more about his story or to register as an organ donor. Visit pass it on dot life slash beanie. What.
U.S. Prepares More Payments to Trade-Hit Farmers
"Partial government shutdown the shutdown would cut off farmers access to both small business and agricultural department. Funding. A cotton harvester makes short work at one of the few southwest. Georgia fields to survive hurricane Michael. For most cotton farmers. There is no harvest this year for the second year in a row. Hurricane Irma took much of the two thousand seventeen crop is ruined. My customers is ruined bidder. State bridge Acura businessman. Tommy daughter says Georgia, cotton farmers are close. Close to panic a situation made much worse. He says by the prospect of a partial government shutdown. We need prayer. Pete combs, ABC, news fame bridge, Georgia. Good morning at five twenty six now on Orlando's morning news. Cool
Allegations of hacking and insecurity arise before Georgia election
"Midterms and a new allegation from Georgia's election chief who is also the Republican nominee for governor ABC's Pete combs has details on the charge against Georgia Democrats and the response just two days before the election. Georgia's Republican secretary of state locked in a neck and neck race governor with former house minority leader, Stacey Abrams levels are shocking allegation against state Democrats that they tried to hack into the Georgia voter registration system secretary. Brian Kemp's office offers neither details nor- evidence. But says it's alerted the FBI and the department of homeland security in response Abrahams tells Atlanta TV station WSB is trying to rile up his base by misleading voters yet. Again, Pete combs, ABC news,
Trump visits Pittsburgh to console but stirs anger among protesters
"Asked the president and first lady arrived to pay their respects to the eleven victims of Saturday's synagogue massacre, also at the temple on this trip. President Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, the president's presence turned sadness to anger for demonstrator Reverend Susan Rothenberg. This is. ABC's Pete combs joins us on the KOMO news line from Pittsburgh where the first three funerals were held today and emotions just must be so raw their Pete, absolutely emotions Jerry raw. And that woman. You heard yelling from inside the bubble as they say that is a cordoned off area where the president in which the president travels. She lives very close to that synagogue. She was alone at least thirty five hundred or so by my estimate thirty five hundred or so protesters marching on the the synagogue the tree of less than a God. As the president was just was there was just preparing to leave. There was no encounter with the presidential detail. However, there wasn't encounter. According to police with between the protesters and a smaller motorcade of the local dignitaries who are leaving the president's event there at the synagogue one person was arrested. They got very loud and for few minutes, at least it was very very. You're right entrance are running. And it seems like the president went despite what many leaders encouraged them to do. They didn't want them to go first because there were so many funerals today and they wanted to focus on the victims and their families. And then city leaders wanted to focus on safety not to use resources. There were three wounded police officers, but the president visited those police officers at the hospital. Would you here is a conflict between the president's perceived role as consoler in chief and the people here who want to concentrate on their own grief. They have a lot of things resources at their at their hands locally. And they want to stay pretty much themselves. At least a you know, in in Judaism is a very is almost ritualized thing. You bury someone's quick as you can. And as is practical, and you said Sheba, and in all honesty, I think the perception here, especially along the observance was that the president was intruding on that very private process. And what people might not know is when you say sit Chiba, they're they are not allowed to be alone. The bodies are not allowed to be without someone present. And there was also another custom that the president and first lady took place in today when they placed the stones on the stars the stars of David with the names of those those killed that was an emotional moment for a lot of people to see. They're absolutely was the the issue here really is is the president's insistence on coming. Now. I mean, the the officials that you mentioned mayor Bill Peduto the county executive of allegany county, that's rich FitzGerald governor, Tom wolf people here at the highest levels really really asked the president has a very serious way to wait. Just wait a week and the president was insistent on coming now. And I think that's where you see a lot of the that you saw here today. And that's why you saw so many signs saying, watch your words words have consequences. ABC's Pete combs joining us from Pittsburgh. And sports now at five forty sponsored by
"pete combs" Discussed on KOMO
"Pete combs continues his coverage of the hurricane and joins us on the KOMO Newsline. Pete where argue this morning. I'm in Destin this morning. I was able to drive about fifty miles out of the hurricane disaster area. Get a shower get a hot meal, and I'm going back in this morning. What are you seeing along the way? Greg. I have never seen this kind of devastation in my life. I am still trying to process as anybody else. Who's been in there? What I've seen in the things that I've heard from the people I've talked to it is such utter devastation that your mind rejects it at first when you see it everything you look at has been damaged by the hurricane. If not destroyed. There are power lines still down still blocking the street, and you're doing things that you would think or so herculean in terms of trying to do no work arounds to get to where you need to go just to get across the street, even that you don't realize how unusual it is. You're just doing it. And that's the kind of mindset, I think that the people are trying to cope with like now. Tossing it emotionally trying to figure it all out. That's something that hasn't happened. With a lot of the people have spoken with yet. If that's the big task ahead for many of them are the people who evacuated allowed to come back yet. Yes. And that's presented a bit of a problem. They're rushing back trying to get in. There's nothing stopping them at this point at least not in Panama City, or Panama City beach. So they're coming back. Traffic is becoming an issue emergency vehicles that have been traveling into the disaster zone from their staging areas out of the area. They're now sort of having to compete with these people returning of who have been back US-led. So they go and convoys, and they always run with their emergency lights on even just in the middle of traffic lying to plow through to get to where they need to go to help as many people as they can p. Thanks for your eloquent descriptions, take care ABC's. Pete combs with us this morning from Destin, Florida. Komo news time five fifty. That brings us to the propel insurance money update. The nation's biggest Bank by assets revealed. Third quarter earnings per share of two dollars thirty four cents. Surpassing analysts expectations for profits to twenty-six per share from J P Morgan. Chase stock is up slightly for Citi group mixed Q three results earnings topped estimates. But revenue fell short of expectations. The company stock up more than one percent pre-market as our shares of Wells Fargo after its third quarter revenue topped expectations the banks a revamping its digital operations and cutting costs China's trade surplus with the US hit a record high up to thirty four billion dollars since September from thirty one billion in August. Economists say Chinese export orders likely spiked as US companies tried to stock up before a new round of tariffs hit that's your money. Now. Rasa Kaye, KOMO news. Looks like the stock market will try to rebound a little bit this morning, all the future indicators are pointing up significantly the Dow futures up about a percent that's a two hundred forty four point rise. But again, that's. Fraction of what we've lost over the last couple of days. Big problem on highway.
"pete combs" Discussed on KSRO
"Pete combs. Pinnacle of Beach, Florida residents battered by hurricane Michael are still coming to grips with what they went through during the storm twig and assessing the damage that category. Four storm left behind down trees destroyed the back of this man's house in Panama City beach and blew the garage completely off the building and into the yard garage doors a little bit further down. And I'm not real sure where the roof is Rex Clark was on the phone with us during the storm when this happened. We just lost a tree broke off and dropped right, nor backyard patio. Lou hurricane Michael left behind streets. Completely blocked by downed trees homes without rooftops. And at least six hundred forty thousand people without power to people are dead. As a result of the storm ended, Mexico Beach, Florida or the eye of Michael came ashore, devastation parts of the Florida, panhandle or under curfew. Authorities worried about looting and the aftermath of hurricane. I'm Pete combs in Panama City. Beach Florida now with more news, here's Sherry Preston. Trump hitting the campaign trail in Pennsylvania, the president briefly mentioning hurricane storm damage. Our thoughts and prayers and spent the rest of the hour saying why the nation should trust his party. You can vote to reject the Democrats shameful conduct. President Trump calling Democrats the party of crime and taxes insisting may will eliminate Medicare. When in fact, many Democrats want Medicare for everyone Andy Field. ABC news scare in the sky early this morning. A rocket carrying an American and rush into the international space station failed a minute after liftoff forcing an emergency landing, astronauts, Nick, hang and roscosmos. Cosmonaut Alexi option have been in contact now with the rescue forces from.
"pete combs" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Talking to Pete combs from ABC news. I don't know if this is a rumor, or if this is truth, or if you heard the story, there's obviously some popular clubs in Panama City. It's a it's a hot spring break location, LA via or LA villa. Forgot how to pronounce it has a huge dance floor. Is it true that they turn it into a shelter? I haven't seen that at all. In fact, I'm told that there are some schools that are open at shelters here. But for the most part people who were supposed to leave we stayed there. Trying to hunker down in place and at home. The governor says it's too late to evacuate now. So you are to make the best arrangements. You can wherever you are. Now, what do you shave anything after covering some of these storms, do you notice or or have you seen anything different about what's happening with this one the shock for us here? In south Florida is that this was a wave below Cuba and one morning and the next day we woke up and all of a sudden, it's a hurricane. And now they said it was going to be a water or two maybe baby. And now it's four. Yeah. It was a wave. What Sunday, right? Was it was nothing new back. Then it blew up in a big big hurry. And and that is probably a pretty big shock, but you know, the waters of the Gulf becomes so worn out that kind of a quick of enrichment of a storm is absolutely possible. And it could be even worse because the waters are warmer closer to shore. So we're watching very closely. Now, the barometric pressure at the center of this storm is at nine thirty three bars now, and if it goes lower that just seems the winds will go higher. So that's the criticality of the moment. Keep an eye on that. And let's see what this thing brings in terms of wind. And of course, turns a storm surge. So how does the Winfield right now? You know, it's coming in bands. So just a moment ago when you and I started talking it was born at a good sixty miles an hour. Yeah. Down to about thirty thirty five. But that's how it goes. It goes up and down the rain increases in intensity. And then lowers here's another gust as the Winchester to pick up again. It's just going to be like that for the next several hours. I don't know if you're wear, but here, I mean, we're as far south as you get I mean aside from the keys, of course. But we're getting the outer band since yesterday as well, we're expecting wins twenty five to thirty five miles an hour today and those squalls yesterday what I was driving home from work comes across all of a sudden, it just drops a ton of rain, and then it goes away. Yeah. Kind of like a punch in the face, right? Yeah. Absolutely. Right. And that's the way it feels right now we're talking to Pete combs from ABC news. He's in Panama City, where are you right now? Are you in Saudi route site on outside right now, I'm outside the hotel. I'm trying to keep out of the rain by staying under the overhang, you know, when you drive into register others an overhang there. So I'm here shows just about every other journalists who didn't make it off the island. This is the one hotel that promises to have generator power throughout the ratio of store. I wish you all.
"pete combs" Discussed on KTRH
"ABC's Pete combs reports from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, even in the face of a mandatory evacuation order interest hours after Florence battered north Myrtle Beach shoppers crowded into a Publix grocery store the moment its doors opened at noon on Saturday wise, we're starting to get low. Initial cigarettes nine for semi little kitty cat within minutes of opening its doors. The shelves were picked bear. The question now is will there be enough supplies to get this community through the floods that emergency officials say are now. Sure to come Pete combs, ABC news, north Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. With continuing coverage of tropical storm forints. I'm Dave Schreiber. Donations from across the nation rolled in after hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, and now the university of Houston antibiotics department wants he's to help out the east coast. Houston football truck will be stationed on the southwest corner of TD stadium with the drop off scheduled to begin tomorrow morning at eight until six tomorrow night. They need bottled water cleaning supplies, canned ready to eat items with pull tops, veggies and meat peanut butter slacks. Toiletries diapers. Baby. Wipes and pet food artery. More NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h some relief inside from all the construction onto ninety years long to ninety improvement project is reaching another milestone, the westbound lanes between pine Mont and west little yorker set to open on September twenty fourth making the freeway five lanes why between west little York and the six ten the new lanes were originally set to open this week, but recent rainfall delayed the project. A week. The new eastbound lanes between pine Mont and the six ten loop open back in June. Corey also NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h KTAR h news time one oh three. A disabled North Texas veteran has a new backyard, courtesy of another vet and a local landscaping company Marine corP Steve aft- lost both legs in Afghanistan which.
Manafort reaches tentative deal to avoid second trial, sources say
"Tell ABC news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has tended agreed to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller, a one that'll head off his upcoming trial. It's not clear whether Paul metaphor will cooperate. It with the Russian investigation or perhaps offer evidence that could implicate the president sources telling ABC only that manafort's lawyers and prosecutors made a plea deal that would avoid his second trial scheduled next week. Another federal jury's already convicted Manafort on a number of Bank and tax charges. President Trump is publicly praised his former campaign chairman, and he could choose to pardon him.
Officer linked to controversial arrest of NBA player fired, chief says
"Milwaukee police officer Eric Indrawati is out of a job. The officer was among those on hand when bucks players sterling Brown was arrested and taste in January. He was fired for what he posted on social media after the arrest statement later on that chief Alfonzo Morales confirming the termination to today's j four social media policy later at Marquette university. The chief told Mike shaded by mocking Brown on Facebook officer Andrei head violated policy policy did not just come out in the last couple of years. It's one that's been staying chief went on to say that the officer hurt any potential opportunities to testify in future cases. It'll be a circus by putting this person on the stand based on what will
Republicans urge more tax cuts as elections near
"Kind of like yesterday is sixty percent chance of showers and storms this afternoon with high Eighty-eight number two the search continues for the driver of a U-Haul wanted for a deadly hit and run the seventy nine year old victim. Well known in the neighborhood along Johnson road and Lawrenceville number three hurricane watches now up along the Carolina coast is still beat South Carolina to the North Carolina Virginia border, maybe Stevo Samis reporting from folly beach near Charleston, South Carolina already talking about a contra flow on interstate
Auburn and Washington to meet in the 2018 Chick-fil-A Kickoff game
"Though the only thing that matters number, six, Washington taking on number, nine, Auburn twelve. Thirty the. Kickoff you'll hear the game right here on your home of the huskies KOMO news husky, DB Byron Murphy talking about this clash of the titans So mean For a bunch. Of reasons, but yeah this is one of the things I'm visit play in the beginning like anybody coming down to. See play, oh yeah, my mom, my grandma my dad and. His girlfriend I'm really
Man arrested at New Mexico compound is son of imam with possible ties to '93 WTC bombing
"About what was going on inside a compound in New Mexico. Where Clayton county man was arrested in, a raid and. The mother the Jonesboro boy thought to be dead, talks about the ordeal our in depth coverage begins with WSB. Pete, combs, reports the man is, now accused of plotting school shootings thirty nine, year old Tadashi hush missing along with his three-year-old son Abdul Ghani for eight. Months turned, up at a desert compound in. Mexico Colorado state line towels county deputies raided that compound Friday and, found, one, Hodge. Another, man three women and eleven children Monday they found the body of a small boy thought to be Wajda's son Abdul Ghani now prosecutors say in court documents while hush was. Training, those children to use guns with the intent of sending them to commit school. Shootings officials want one hush held without bail meantime the attorney for the mother of that missing boy tells channel. Two action news his client was already struggling with The likelihood her son. Is dead, she's completely shocked and trying to. Come to terms with this information the information court documents claiming her, estranged, husband, was. Teaching, kids how to use assault rifles for future shootings the last hour she's still trying to regain her composure she's she's having a hard time right now at authorities are still. Trying, to identify the body of the small child found at the
Smoking now banned in public housing nationwide
"Wednesday morning here's what's happening a man who. Says he got food poisoning at a Chipotle in palace now final lawsuit against the location the suit filed in Delaware County by Ron. Simon and associates on behalf of their client who says he got sick after eating the restaurant on. Sawmill Parkway lawyers say their client is undergoing medical treatment now after experiencing a number of symptoms associated with food poisoning lawsuits asking for around twenty five thousand dollars in damages a. Federal judge in. Washington state is temporarily blocking the internet Release a blueprints for three. D printable firearms citing. The possibility, of irreparable harm designs. We're going to be made publicly available which would have given, anyone with a three d. printer the ability. To make them number of states along with the district of Columbia had sued the government more with ABC's counterfeiting fitting it all guns according to the one thousand nine hundred eight untraceable. Firearms act which was signed by President Reagan supported. By the NRA all guns have to have some. Metal in them. Enough to be detected the greater threat here though is that the could be, untraceable these different parts. Produced without the. Serial numbers that the ATF the FBI used track firearms indifferent crimes President. Trump, is pushing for voter ID, at a rally in Tampa last night Trump said only American citizens should vote in u. s. elections he also said some Democrats want to give a legal. Immigrants the right to vote Trump said people. Need photo ideas to buy ideas that is to buy a lot, of products and services like groceries and they should, be required to produce high dis to vote the arrow Mexico Jetliner crashed near Durango. Mexico appears to have been a smaller, twin engine jet call the one ninety ABC's Pete combs, is a pilot has reported extensively on aviation issues he tells us what we know about the ninety three one ninety is made by a company called Embry air it's made in Brazil and it's a very, small but very well thought. Of very reliable aircraft first flew back at the Paris air show in nineteen ninety nine went into. Production in two thousand two, this jet generally carries about one hundred eleven to one hundred twenty four passengers and smoking is now forbidden in public housing, nationwide ban. Went into effect yesterday that prohibits smoking in or near public housing. Facilities the rule was, passed two years ago by the Obama administration and. Prohibits the use of cigarettes cigars and pipes at all public. Housing units common areas and outdoor, areas within twenty five feet or included to the rule does not apply though to e cigarettes snuff and chewing tobacco Joe Riley meteorologist Andrew buck Michael all set to get you update You're on your ABC six first warning forecasts five thirty six days radio six ten WTVN. Celebrate.
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"Deleted more than thirty accounts, involved in coordinating authentic behavior the social media giant does know who's. Behind the malicious influence campaign Facebook is saying right now whoever created these accounts was highly sophisticated and Cheryl Sandberg. Said whoever's behind these accounts went too much greater lengths to obscure their true identities than the IRA. Did in the run up to the two thousand sixteen US presidential election she says this is a security arms race. That it's really never done and there's another component here because I. P addresses you can. Fake an IP address you can play, around with it well in this case they. Did not find Russian IP addresses linked to these accounts ABC's business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis body cameras capture cops doing their jobs but also documents them. Saying or doing things they shouldn't, but in. Georgia you might be surprised at how. Police themselves feel about it to Roswell police officers are fired after using a coin tossing apt to decide the fate of Speeder Cobb County cop tells nervous driver during a different traffic. Stop she has no reason to be afraid In Marietta police chief Dan Flynn says police don't hate. Body cams it really helps you, get closer to the, truth of, what happened, rather than. Witness statements Flynn says. That respect the camera neither blinks nor lies Pete combs ABC. News Marietta Georgia this is ABC news Finding great candidates to hire can, be, like well trying to find a needle in. A haystack but not with ZipRecruiter the smartest way to hire..
Department fires officers who used coin flip to decide arrest
"Is w SP, twenty four hour continuing news confirming that man was shot on a Marta bus tonight, it happened on Martin, Luther King junior drive, near the Hamilton e Holmes Marta station the. Victim taken to a nearby hospital the shooter is on the loose GB I has been called in to investigate a deadly officer involved shooting in Walton county deputies were called to a home. On fairplay road near social circle today to. A man riding an ATV outside of the home and they, tried to question him a fight broke out in according to the overpowered a deputy took his. Gun and then took off he was shot to death after. He was spotted by a GSP helicopter they tossed a coin to decide whether a speeder would go to. Jail now WSB's Pete combs reports to Roswell police officers there's a losers You were just going after officer Courtney Browne pool, share web over for speeding Brown and federal officer Christie Wilson use a. Smartphone coin tossing after decide what they'll do with. Web the decision Goes to jail in, tears but after viewing the body Cam footage the. Roswell city, prosecutor declined to, file charges, and the police chief. Called. The, coin toss appalling there was an internal police investigation and now officers Brandon Wilson have been fired and ask for web she says she's thinking lawsuit Pete combs WSB WSB news time eleven oh to.
Hearing postponed for man accused of hitting, killing crossing guard
"Here's who flipped a coin to decide the fate of a tearful speeder. They are so fired her stove, Assira. Wet flies by Roswell police officer. Courtney Browne grounds wet. It's been raining. You're going over eighty miles an hour. Brown and fellow officer Christie, Wilson can't decide whether to. Take it, Webb or Senator to jail so they use a coin toss, app on Brown's phone, the decision web goes to jail. Crying all the way now comes word Brown and Wilson are fired but it's. Not over yet web says she may sue Pete combs WSB seventy eight, degrees in Atlanta a few clouds tonight, low sixty six to seventy one mostly sunny tomorrow highs nine Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming. Up a man accused of hitting, and killing a, crossing guard, in Cobb County made a surprise move in court today family members of EDNA who may who was killed last November. Were ready to face Lamont Whittaker in court. They were ready with impact statements but state Representative, Eric Thomas who was a friend of the family's tells. Channel two action news repair theirselves for closure today and what we got. That's because Whitaker turned down a, plea. Deal if he cannot reach an, agreement with the state. The case could. Go to trial next month a suspect Carthy did not lose any sleep over his crime but that's, how cops caught up, to him Tyree Tibo was catching. Some Z's in the sports car he's accused of stealing Covington police captain Ken. Malcolm telling channel two action news Tibo had taken about an hour to, peruse the cars had gin Chevrolet was, walking through the parking lot seemed to be trying to pick out a vehicle that he wanted to take. Basically with shopping Malcolm says Tibo, then cranked up, a forklift and knocked down a fence to drive the car out a Conyers policeman doing an apartment property check spotted the two. Thousand seventeen Mustang with its running lights on. Ran the tag and realized both were stolen Tibo, woke up to officers tapping on the window. For WSB Breaking.
Will Stormy Daniels's divorce impact her case against Trump?
"Is that forty six number one is the weather Kirk Mellish says there's a forty percent chance of afternoon storms today with high eighty five number to the police searched for the second person of all that a fatal robbery us, at a country club in Brookhaven earlier. This month a seventeen year. Old is in jail now facing a murder charge police still search for the driver of the stolen car that took him. To and from the crime scene and number, three after an ugly campaign best Pete combs reports, Georgia voters decide, there's UP race for governor today, secretary of, state Brian Kim. Causes opponent Lieutenant governor Casey giggle two-faced and corrupt after Keiko was secretly taped talking about voting for bad. Policy in order to further his own, campaign President Trump's. Back in camp of the. Runoff, governor deal supports Caygill the, polls are open now WSB, news time is seven forty six President Trump ruffled some feathers as he floats the idea of revoking security clearances, for former top. Intelligence, officials from the Obama administration, free, two point oh I'm Jamie Dupree In Washington frustrated by former CIA director John Brennan is the president looking to take away Brennan's security clearance the White House threatened to do that for a half dozen Obama officials spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders politicized in, some cases actually monetize their public service. The two of the six. Don't have any clearances find out who on my blog at wsbradio.com days before a court order deadline hundreds of immigrant children. Still are not back with their family federal, government needs to reunite more than thirteen hundred migrant, children ages five, and older with their relatives over, the next, three days the. Trump administration says one thousand one hundred eighty seven reunifications or other appropriate discharges have been carried out on. My Grassi reports the White House doesn't, say what appropriate. Discharges actually entail ahead of. Trade, talks with European allies President, Trump, displays American made products, at the White House they were arrayed on the south lawn everything from a Ford f one fifty pickup made, in Michigan as. Americans, to arrange your Powerboat from Arkansas anybody wanna go fishing to win f thirty five, fighter jet Puerto saga megani says experts worry the president's tariffs. Will have a negative impact on the same American made products, he touted Monday stormy Daniels husband wants. A divorce and he is, suing the porn star, for custody of their seven year old has been Glendon Crain is citing adultery as grounds for divorce and. Asking for sole custody of their child support and alert or share of their community property Puerto. Jackie Quinn says Daniels attorney disputes the claims in the. Divorce petition Daniels received a hush payment, after she says she had. An affair with Donald Trump WBZ news time seven forty eight The only. Five-day forecast on radio accurate and, dependable on news ninety five AM seven fifty w..
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"The second lowest since nineteen fifty nine pledging to hold a police accountable for the people they kill in the line of duty backers of ballot initiative i nine forty submit their petition signatures to the state for verification gomo's pete combs reports the next step is up to lawmaker fuel of tribal council member tim rib calls the state bittersweet we can't bring their loved ones back but we can in our tryon burying hundreds of justice to their bremen's cousin jackie sawyer was killed by tacoma police two years ago in fact many of the pro 940 group have lost loved ones in police shootings have they say state law doesn't hold officers accountable but mitch parker at the washington association of sheriffs and police chiefs says violence is simply part of the job to the ninety percent out qantas or officers handles grief well and they deescalate the great majority of them which we never hear about and you've probably shouldn't if the signatures are certified it'll be up to the state legislature to decide whether to act on 940 or leave it for the voters to the side in next year's november elections in the south sound pete combs komo needs seattle centers getting ready for new year's eve today fences went off near the space needle to help control the crowds expected sunday night even with the construction of the needle there'll be a fireworks show at midnight it'll look a little different though there won't be any fireworks on the halo because of the construction tarp komo news time eight thirty four and aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's is michael mashburn and we've got a couple of issues that the watts were right now will start in everett though with southbound 5 of approach highway to a crash thera continues the block that a right lane through vets great life as you come across the snohomish river bridge also watching a crash in olympia northbound five is the approach i really wanna won this one astel taking up the right lane causing a whole lot of slow inputs that could be a distraction for you anyway get up in the cascades if you're going in that direction tonight but chains required right now over snoqualmie pass compact snow and ice there on i ninety sounding about forty five minutes onto the dry between north bend and ellensburg traction tires being required cross over other.
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"The pete combs reports the family of a woman shot dead by police back he is now suing the social services group that hauser saying they knew how dangerous she was becoming but did nothing attorney karen kohler who represents sterling allows for children is already suing the seattle police department add the two officers who killed thirty year old mother in her apartment on june 18th now the attorneys adding the organization that house lyles and her family saw the ground as a defendant in the suit color says three weeks before lyles was shot dead by police responding to a burglary call at her apartment lyles was videod threatening children at the solid ground housing complex with a knife color says that video was shown to a solid ground in years well police were called as far as we can tell they didn't even talk to her at solid round counselors intervened or even that they'd simply contacted police about a woman threatening children with a knife color so shortly lyles might have gotten the help she needed to ease her mental health crisis and perhaps save for life so other ground president and ceo gordon mchenry says suing solid ground not only worsens this tragedy but seeks to diminish the group's hard work pete combs komo news deputies installments county you're looking for the man who they say stabbed another man of marvel lake park early this morning the victim told police that happened after he tried to buy pot from the man was taken to harborview with serious injuries deputies searched the area with dodge didn't find the suspect victim told police the two men did not know each other residents in port angeles and swear might be missing some male komos jeff pohjola explain at least forty mailboxes were hit by a thief overnight many of them damaged some even pried open deputies say that in many cases they found male still inside indicating the thief or thieves were selecting what they took cash small gifts and gift cards are.
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"614 i'm rob kindred on komo news steve pool has your komo forecast some changes first of all it's going to get a lot colder around here we've got a winter storm warning up in the cascades for a lot of new snow so keep that in mind if you're travelling and you live up near bellingham you will not only see some rather stiff winds coming out of the fraser river valley you could get a little bit of snow up there the tonight we'll be watching that closely for you but for everybody else it's probably not any issue they have it in the komo weather center i'm steve pool right now downtown seattle we have forty three degrees stay connected stay informed this is komo news good evening it's six says six emily to with tom glasgow and here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center unless thing really drastic happens overnight interstate 5 southbound in dupont will be closed for a third morning rush hour after the highspeed derailment of an amtrak train come us pete combs joins us from the crash scene where we are learning new information about what was happening on board the train when it went off the tracks pete so national transportation safety board member balauddin czar says the engineer of amtrak 501 was not alone in the cat as the train sped past assigned telling it to slow down from eighty two thirty miles an hour investigators won't say that the engineer was distracted but dims are don't say the engineer never hit the brakes when he was supposed to slow down for eighty to thirty at not when he was approaching the 90 degree curve that carries the track across a trestle over i buy as for a control system that would have slow the train automatically dims are says that was a completely installed on 501 even though theoretically it might have prevented this wreck livened in devan pete combs komo news on their my chords says he's seen a crack in the train trestle above the free way to the department of transportation lactic closely inspecting likely make repairs on before they can reopen i five is just as anxious is everyone to get.
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"City's duly elected leader charlie thanks so much and we plan to bring you that swearing in ceremony at the top of the hour washington's governor says it's time to stop declaring emergencies every time there's a mudslide or a forest fire thomas pete combs tells us switch intially wants to see instead he's mental leagues were focused on the environment during his trip to the united nations countering president trump's pull out for the paris agreement on climate change lives who says he's been thinking about a new way to address global warming i'm tired of declaring temporary oneoff emergencies we've got to look at this as a a planetary emergency any other effort to improve the lives of humans pales in comparison he says ansari has joined fourteen other governors of religious leaders hoping to do what he says president trump won't deal with climate change in a way that actually makes a difference pete combs komo news drivers who ignore bus mounted stop signs are getting an education starting today courtesy of seattle schools and the lesson could be expensive has come lescar when hick explains most drivers already know it illegal to pass a school bus with its flip out stop sign fully extended now many in the seattle district will get a costly refresher course thanks to video cameras mounted on dozens of buses when this stop arming extends the cameras going to begin looking for drivers who passed the stop all that's charlie thereto with american traffic solutions a company that also operates redlight cams and school zones speeding cams last year with cameras mounted on just ten seattle school buses the technology caught five hundred ninety five violators in just one hundred twelve days now the district is expanding the program with cameras on one hundred twenty of its three hundred seventy nine buses we've found that ninety nine percent of the drivers the receive a violation don't get a second possibly because of the harsh four hundred nineteen or five for two weeks violators will get a warning real citations go out starting october first corwin haeck komo news komo news time four thirty four komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the fours to get you update here's marina northbound i 5 at a.
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"The 4's the home of the huskies this is komo news do we need a new branch the military this space corps talk all about that after abc news it's one third i words in the caribbean as hurricane maria follows the same path as hurricane erma the island of saintmartin forecast to get hit yet again word eat all power oh god american jeff shocker in lives on the island people worry debris already on the ground could become projectiles in the one hundred twenty five mile an hour storm that's approaching now it's one day wad of the un general assembly in new york speaking before world leaders president trump is calling for reform than i toward changing business as usual and and not being bohol two ways of the past which were not working the president also met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and french president emmanuel macron republicans are taking one final stabber replacing and repealing obamacare but democrats say that are planning an all out effort to block it after a few weeks of lying dormant trump cares back and it's meaner than ever chuck schumer i'm scott goldberg abc news right now in seattle partly cloudy skies 61 degrees there is some rain around the area and we're going to be getting more of that as we move through the day and now the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center at one thirty one well there may be decision for the seattle city council later today on who will be the next mayor of the city council president president bruce harrell is current the acting bear he was given that position last week after ed murray resigned but he announced that he doesn't want to keep the job because he'd have to give up his last two years on the council tim burgess who is set to retire from the council at the end of the year may be the logical person a step in the council is expected to take up that issue coming at this meeting it starts at two o'clock this afternoon as world leaders get together for their annual addresses to the united nations several state leaders are in new york right now for the general assembly as well couples pete combs reports one.
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"And paul jackson attorneys for the family of charlene lyles say they're suing the to seattle police officers who shot the pregnant woman to death june eighteen comas pete combs as the details said big shatter that's charles lyles whose pregnant daughter charlene ah was killed by police responding to her complaint of a burglary the thirty year old mothers estate is suing officers jason anderson and steve of the new who shot her seven times in front of her own children after they said she tried to stab them with knives attorney travis jamieson his team filed the suit that these officers can be called before a court of law to account for all of the questions that this community has that have gone on ants the king county prosecutor's office will conduct an inquest into the shooting but attorney karen koellerer says the family will not participate the inquest preceding its fundamentally unfair completely against victim in their family in response to my requests for comment jeff wolf at the city attorney's office says we received this laws who today and there were not a party to it we are reviewing it very carefully pete combs komo news a prank went terribly wrong thursday night now two teams from snohomish or behind bars for allegedly being a man whom interrupted their fun whom was charlie harder has the story the prank is called deemed deng ditch generally this involves teenagers who ring your doorbell late at night and as he groggily answered the door they taken off down the street completely stupid annoying but at least no one gets hurt acceptance new home ish to fourteenyearolds pull the prank at eleven at night the homeowner kicked off watches through his people and sees one of the suspects still on his porch sherry ira ten with this new homage county sheriff's office says that's when things went south of trump and akhtar confronted on now back a couple paul deputy quiet she says the two then slashed the guys tires deputies quickly caught the duo the victim taken to the hospital charlie harger komo news it's no easier for the city of seattle to clean up.