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Storm Rosa, National Hurricane Center and Baja California discussed on All Things Considered
"Storm Rosa is no longer a hurricane. But it's still a serious weather event for large swath of the south west senior, hurricane specialists, Richard Pasch with the National Hurricane Center says the storm is producing drenching rains, the main threat from Rosa is not the wind. But rather the rain, and it's gonna bring very heavy rains to portions of north central Baja California state of scenario, and so Naro in Mexico and the desert southwest southwest United States schools in several Baja California communities are closed today and a thirties advising folks to avoid driving on the coastal highway flash flood watch areas include but are not limited to Las Vegas, Phoenix and Salt Lake City. There's
Republican Florida governor candidate DeSantis resigns from Congress
"Security adviser John Bolton says the icy sea is illegitimate and has no grounds to prosecute Americans or their allies in no uncertain terms. The I c c was created as a free wheeling global organization claiming jurisdiction over individuals without their consent. The ICC's base in the Hagan has a mandate to prosecute crimes against humanity. Hurricane Florence draws closer to the US as a category four NPR's Windsor. Johnston says the storm is generating top sustained winds of one hundred thirty miles per hour. Lawrence's rapidly intensifying as it moves toward the Carolinas. Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center. Says
J.K. Rowling blasts "racist" cartoon about Serena Williams
"An Australian based newspapers, getting skewered on social media for his depiction of legendary tennis star. Serena Williams and her opponent. Naomi Osaka the US open many calling the cartoon racist cartoonist Mark night draws Williams with exaggerated, features stomping on a broken racket with a pacifier lying nearby. It's nights take on Williams clash with an empire who she accused of unfairly penalizing her cost her the game to Osaka who is depicted in the cartoon in the distant background as white slender woman with straight blond hair Asakusa of Asian and or Haitian that is in Japanese descent. Among those blasting the cartoon is racist. Author J K Rowling of Harry Potter fame. This is n.
"richard pasch" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Gordon comes ashore, Jack Callaghan. Fox news. Tropical storm, Gordon slamming into the Gulf Coast, just west of the Alabama Mississippi border on winds and storm surges of up to four feet above normal four to eight inches of rain with some areas of high as twelve inches. Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center who says the storm will wake weaken quickly now that it's over land. But the storm has claimed its first victim sad news coming out of a scam. The county on the Florida panhandle emergency management officials confirming to FOX one fatality local media reporting it occurred when a tree fell on a mobile home. Fox's Jonathan serrie. Judge Brad Kavanagh returns to the US Senate today for the second day of his confirmation hearing after a raucous first day. We cannot be recognized. I moved to adjourn the American people moved to Connecticut, Democrat, Richard Blumenthal. Far too many documents about cavenaugh sa- background have been withheld or delivered too late the properly review protesters interrupted off into committee chairman Charles Grassley Preston, eventually swearing in the nominee a good judge must be an empire. A neutral and impartial arbiter who favors no litigant or policy. Kevin will face questions about his judicial independence from senators today Jared Halpern, another vote for Judge Kevin is headed for the Senate. Former Arizona Senator John Kyle returning to the seat vacated by the death of Senator John McCain Senator Kyle supports capital and escorted him to meetings with other senators not returning to congress this year. Massachusetts Democrat, congressman Michael coupla. No he lost yesterday, the primary challenger Presley told supporters. It'll be okay. America's gonna be okay. I had a Presley is going to be a good congresswoman, and I will tell you the best to -chusetts.
"richard pasch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Tropical storm, Gordon. Slamming into the Gulf Coast just west of the Alabama Mississippi border winds and storm surges of up to four feet above normal four to eight inches of rain with some areas of highest twelve inches. Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center who says the storm will weaken quickly now that it's over land. But the storm has claimed its first victim sad news coming out of a scam. Be a county on the Florida panhandle of emergency management officials confirming to FOX one fatality local media reporting it occurred when a tree fell on a mobile hall. Fox's Jonathan serrie judge Brad Kavanagh returns to the US Senate today for the second day of his confirmation hearing after a raucous first day, we cannot be recognized. I moved to adjourn the American people, and I moved through journey Connecticut. Democrat Richard Blumenthal is far too many documents about Kavanagh's background if it withheld or delivered to. Late the properly review protesters interrupted often to committee chairman Chuck Grassley pressed on eventually swearing in the nominee a good judge must be an empire. A neutral and impartial arbiter who favors no litigant or policy. The cavenaugh will face questions about his judicial independence from senators today Jared Halpern, another vote for judge Cavanaugh is headed for the Senate. Former Senator John Kyle returning to the seat vacated by the death of Senator John McCain Senator Kyle supports capital and escorted him to meetings with other senators not returning to congress this year. Ten term Massachusetts Democrat, congressman, Michael Capuano. He lost yesterday, the primary challenger Presley told supporters. It'll be okay. America's gonna be. Okay. I had a Presley is going to be a good congresswoman, and I will tell you that Massachusetts will be well, Shirley Presley is a Boston city councillor, Fox News, fair and balanced..
"richard pasch" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Francavilla is in mobile. Wind gusts are creating sideways sheets of rain, and they're blowing in waves. There are flash flood warnings tornado watches power outages all caused by heavy rain and wind gusts. Ray governors have declared states of emergency as Gordon. Sweeps to shore. A storm surge warning is in effect from Biloxi Mississippi to one hour east in Dauphin island. Alabama Richard Pasch is with the National Hurricane Center in Miami. We've had some fairly strong wind reports in gusts at least approaching hurricane force is expected to move inland overnight and should gradually weaken current maximum Windsor near seventy miles per hour. Officials in s can be a county Florida say a tree fell on a mobile home killing someone inside they believe it could be related to this storm CBS news update. I'm that piper. Shooting at a south bay, marina. I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty investigators are trying to find out what led to a fatal shooting Boorda yacht at pier. Thirty two marina in National City at about four. Am today. Witnesses say a man emerged from a boat and called for help saying he'd shot and killed an intruder who reportedly at attack someone aboard trial for US Representative Duncan Hunter of alpine will likely start after election day with all sides agreeing today to allow more time to review the evidence against the congressman news eight reports hunters trial is set to start November twenty second. He and his wife are pleading not guilty to spending two hundred.
Gulf Coast braces for Gordon to strengthen to hurricane
"Tropical storm, Gordon is expected to strengthen into a hurricane by the time. It makes landfall tonight on the north central Gulf Coast. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports the biggest threat will be floods. Forecasters say Gordon will likely come ashore in Mississippi as a minimal hurricane but a wide stretch of the Gulf Coast is preparing for life threatening inundation from both storm surge and heavy rains, Richard Pasch with the National Hurricane Center says four to eight inches of rain is likely with higher accumulation in some areas, we can have isolated totals over portions of Louisiana southern Alabama. Southern Mississippi parts of Arkansas, western Florida, panhandle in some locations as much as twelve inches. The governors of Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama have declared states of emergency voluntary evacuations are underway in flood
"richard pasch" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Doc. Formation hearings got underway later this hour for supreme court nominee judge Cavin expect fireworks today. It's Democrats go after the White House for using executive privilege to refuse to release one hundred thousand pages of documents Republicans on the other hand will argue they've already turned over more background information than for any recent nominee after today's opening statements. Scattered all will face a marathon day of questioning tomorrow. That's Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes president. Trump has concerned the federal indictments of two Republican congressman could hurt the party in the midterm election. The Senate angrily lashed out at attorney general Jeff Sessions denouncing investigations against in his words to very popular Republican congressman just ahead of the midterms. He said those two GOP races were too easy wins. Now in doubt, the president did not name the lawmakers. But was apparently referring to California's Duncan Hunter and New York's Chris Collins who face charges on improper spending of campaign. Funds and insider trading Greg Clugston, Washington. Tropical storm, Gordon continue strengthening as it moves across the Gulf of Mexico drawing a bead on the northern Gulf Coast. You have various storm surge and. Hurricane warnings for the north central Gulf Coast, including the area hurricane warning from the Alabama Florida border. All we over to the mouth of the Pearl. River Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center. Says Gordon could be accounted gory. One hurricane by the time. It makes landfall late today or early tomorrow morning as it moves inland. It's expected to weaken dumping lots of rain across the country's midsection. Sox are in the red futures. That is on Wall Street this hour right now Dow futures down about one hundred sixteen points, NASDAQ futures off twenty four points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly-rated price-competitive companies? Well, that's exactly what happens when you call selectquote life. For example, George is forty he was getting sky-high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure. But when I shopped around I found him ten year five hundred thousand dollar policy for under twenty five dollars a month. I'm selectquote agent, Dan Savino and believe me if selectquote isn't shopping for your life insurance, you're probably paying too much.
"richard pasch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Judge Brett Kevin expect fireworks today. Democrats go after the White House for using executive privilege to refuse to release one hundred thousand pages of documents Republicans on the other hand will argue they've already turned over more background information than for any recent nominee after today's opening statements. Cavanaugh all will face a marathon day of questioning tomorrow. That's Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes president. Trump has concerned that federal indictments two Republican congressman could hurt the party in the midterm election. The president angrily lashed out at attorney general Jeff Sessions denouncing investigations against in his words to very popular Republican congressman just ahead of the midterms. He said those two GOP races were too easy win. Wins. Now in doubt, the president did not name the lawmakers. But was apparently referring to California's Duncan Hunter and New York's Chris Collins who face charges on improper spending of campaign funds and insider trading, Greg Clugston, Washington. Tropical storm, Gordon continue strengthening as it moves across the Gulf of Mexico drawing a bead on the northern Gulf Coast. You have various storm surge in. Hurricane warnings for the north central Gulf Coast, including the area hurricane warning from the Alabama Florida border. All we over to the mouth of the Pearl. River Richard Pasch at the National Hurricane Center. Says Gordon could be accounted gory. One hurricane by the time. It makes landfall late today or early tomorrow morning as it moves inland. It's expected to weaken dumping lots of rain across the country's midsection. Stocks are in the red futures. That is on Wall Street this hour right now Dow futures down about one hundred sixteen points, NASDAQ futures off twenty four points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly-rated price-competitive companies? Well, that's exactly what happens when you call selectquote life. For example, George is forty he was getting sky-high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure..
Indian state battles 'rat fever' outbreak after worst floods in a century
"India cleans up from monsoon floods. It's been hit with an outbreak of an infectious disease known as rat fever. NPR's, Lauren freyre reports from New Delhi rap fever or leptospirosis causes muscle pain and nausea. It spread when rotting carcasses of rats and other rodents get into the water supply. That's what appears to have happened in Carola at the southern tip of India with a monsoon dropped three times the normal amount of rain for the first half of August resulting in the states. Worst floods in a century, hundreds of people died in landslides and building collapses, and now they're dying from rat fever health officials and Carola have confirmed nine deaths and are doing lab tests on. Hundreds of suspected cases of the disease. They're also warning of possible outbreaks of other waterborne diseases, including typhoid and cholera, Lauren fryer,
"richard pasch" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Washburn on news radio one two point nine karn perspective the confederate battle flag could mean the flag of treason the flag of tyranny for the flag of tradition it's not always as simple as that headline on cable news as our elected officials in neighbors discussed the future of confederate monuments we all need to appreciate the diversity of ideas to speak hosted me me one thing to me it doesn't necessarily mean the same for others the biggest stories news radio one or two point nine karn cbs news update people in puerto rico waking up to the real life nightmare of hurricane maria knowing two to increase lean various playing the roofs as thugs fine lengthy says it's been nearly twenty four hours since maria made landfall knocking out electricity to the entire island leaving towns underwater roads blocked with debris and down palm trees the bbc's will grant overnight curfew is in place put in place five at governor and that will be in place for several days partly to protect people from themselves they're all sorts of accidents that can happen in the darkness there are a lot of electrical cables that it down area on the move now a categorythree storm with one hundred fifteen mile an hour winds richard pasch at the national hurricane center it's probably bringing hurricane conditions support of eastern dominican republic him to her tropical storm winds their horea also expected to pass near turks and caicos later today cbs news update i'm deborah is credit card debt his unseasonably hot temperatures climbing to 90 degrees were a little higher the next couple of days average temperatures are now the.
"richard pasch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Scores dead mexican earthquake jack callahan fox news at least one hundred forty nine people killed by the seven point one magnitude earthquake that struck central mexico admit day greg love above our sister network sky news who's in mexico the mayor of mexico city said around twenty buildings across this sprawling city appear to have collapsed due to the quake some of them in heavily populated parts of the city they're all reports that some people are trapped inside hospital park was among the buildings to have suffered significant damage crowds forming outside as people rushed to do what they could to help with school building collapsed on the south side of mexico city president and eight paying it dho says twenty two bodies have been recovered their thirty children an eight adults thought to be in that building you're still missing though st croix of the us virgin islands feeling the full effects of hurricane murray of this hour category five force winds coming ashore ahead of the i wall actually catastrophic hurricane maria bearing down on where to recall the i very near st croix in the us virgin islands would have mexico segment two hundred seventy five miles per hour and is capable of causing extreme damage richard pasch at the national hurricane center the storm expected to make a direct hit a porta rico early wednesday morning christine lynn lives of san juan and says the waiting is stressful have that right 24 our period and traffic before the storm now the pipe it is absolutely guaranteed we ask the governor of puerto rico warning this could be this of the worst stored live see their generations a ninth patients at a hollywood florida a nursing home as now died after hurricane armour left the facility without air conditioning the latest victim of year old madam on one hundred forty five patients were evacuated from the nursing home three days after the hurricane earn a fit the criminal investigation into those deaths is now underway fox news fair and balanced.
"richard pasch" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Breezy later today we'll have highest from the upper 60s to low wages from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly forecasters are warning hurricane maria could get stronger before it reaches the us virgin islands and puerto rico tonight and early tomorrow it's a major category five hurricane with top sustained winds of one hundred sixty miles per hour in puerto rico go officials are urging residents in vulnerable homes to evacuate to shelters maria caused widespread devastation on the island of dominika overnight off the east coast of the u s hurricane jose continues moving northward in the atlantic has a category one store we expected to blueberry slowly and continue to call them ripcord rough surf conditions in from win win tropicalstorm force or proportion she'll be atlantic coast that's forecaster richard pasch at the national hurricane center in florida three arrests were made last night on the campus of georgia tech after a vigil for a student killed by campus police turned violent it escalated when students marched campus police headquarters to officers were hurt on saturday night officers responding to a nine one one call shot the student who refused commands to put down a knife reshape chela is a student at georgia tech this definitely needs to spark discussed the police brutality uh how police officers are trained to deal with these types of wall street futures are higher ahead of the open this morning i'm dave mattingly in washington twenty minutes past six and joe mcconnell is here to bring us another look at how the commutes moving this morning joe early slow down to the subtle grade and it's because of a crash south six city it was first reported syllable of but it's actually a vest the beginning of the backup which extends down to a draw pti that's the crashes looks like it's on the shoulder except for a bumper that is in the roadway if you're traveling the san martina area void san martina avenue at monory high with as a motorcycle injury collision there and to southbound lanes are closed and the northbound side is also backed up back to the san francisco commute south 101 cesar chavez the exit might still be partially affected by a crash but no backup joe mcconnell for kqed thank you joe his report brought to you by.
"richard pasch" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Your host gordon deal thirteen maria devastates dominica good morning i'm jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal along with rasa kaye on this tuesday september 19th and here's what we have for you this hour hurricane maria has made landfall in dominica with winds clocked at one hundred sixty miles per hour as it threatens other islands in the region already ravaged by hurricane alma elected on the nationalist slogan america first president chapel use his debut address to the un general assembly today to argue that individual nations should act in their own selfinterest several people were arrested last night during a protest after a vigil for a georgia tech students who was fatally shot by campus police and one more thing to be worried about research eltingh from the ecwa facts breach your taxes as we all know breach and not something that affected more than half of us adult to have credit report that is probably almost every adult until someone who has all that information that with on that report which include your social security number and a lot of other highly sensitive information could actually file a report for you and get the money before you do it's market watch as maria lamantia she'll be here in about twenty minutes with that story hurricane maria the second major storm to hit the caribbean this month is moving toward the virgin islands and puerto rico after it ripped through the small island nation of dominica causing widespread devastation richard pasch of the national hurricane center says maria remains an extremely dangerous hurricane as it turns about two hundred thirty five miles southeast of st croix unicorns curley compact the small.
"richard pasch" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"From compass media networks this is america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal third km maria devastates dominica good morning i'm jennifer kushinka in for gordon deal along with rasa kaye on this tuesday september 19th and here's what we have for you this hour hurricane maria has made landfall in dominica with winds clocked at one hundred sixty miles per hour as it threatens other islands in the region already ravaged by hurricane armagh elected on the nationalist slogan america first president chapel use his debut address to the un general assembly today to argue that individual nation should act in their own selfinterest several people were arrested last night during a protest after a vigil for a georgia tech students who was fatally shot by campus police and one more thing to be worried about bruce from the equity facts breach your taxes as we all know contact with three and that's something that affected more than half of us adult to have credit report probably almost every adult until someone who has all that information that was on that report which includes your social security number and a lot of other highly sensitive information could actually file a report for you and get the money before you go that's market watch as maria lamantia she'll be here in about twenty minutes with that story hurricane maria the second major storm to hit the caribbean this month is moving toward the virgin islands in puerto rico after it ripped through the small island nation of dominica causing widespread devastation richard pasch of the national hurricane center says maria remains an extremely dangerous hurricane as it turns about two hundred thirty five miles southeast of st croix unicorns curley compact with small the tropical storm force winds word extend our word of one hundred twenty five miles so it's not a gorgeous rumor was but it has kind.
"richard pasch" Discussed on KOIL
"Pressure kim jonghoon to abandon his nuclear weapons and stop his increasingly provocative actions trump officials have been clear in their warnings over recent days saying the time for diplomacy is running out us ambassador to the un nikki haley saying over the weekend that if the us has to defend itself fourth allies north korea will be destroyed but also noting nobody wants war karen travers abc news the white house this morning's meeting with world leaders will focus on how to reform the un st louis preparing for more protests after more than eighty people were arrested last night to us in the city had been peaceful during the day but at night the majority of demonstrators go home and a police say a small group of troublemakers moves for storefronts in the popular shopping district been bid alive windows broken out members of the community or understanding about the protest but not the violence peaceful demonstrators who the point is to disrupt to bring attention be plan to march during the morning and evening commutes kenneth moton abc news st louis the three nights of protests came after friday's verdict acquitting a white former police officer of murder in the death of a black man schools are closed in puerto rico as the island braces for hurricane maria the cata glory one storm is expected to grow into a categoryfour hurricane soon already this year would earn motor neither can go quicker creation character unfortunately we're looking for this potentially coup concerning richard pasch is at the national hurricane center in miami french authorities say a suspect in yesterday's acid attack on four american college students was mentally ill not a terrorist this is abc news this is.
"richard pasch" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Another powerful storm is brewing in the atlantic forecasters are predicting that maria will strengthen into a major hurricane as she descends onto the leeward islands maria is approaching the eastern caribbean less than two weeks after erma hammered the region before landing in floor wta in all erma is blamed on the deaths of eighty four people more than half of them in the caribbean richard pasch of the national hurricane center is warning puerto rico to monitor the storm we think conditions are credible port to a intensified pretty rapidly erupted years you leeward islands the british virgin islands and saint martin devastated by hurricane erma were under a hurricane watch as were the us virgin islands separately there's a tropical storm watch for portions of the us mid atlantic and new england coast by tomorrow as a second hurricane jose move slowly north from off of cape hatteras north carolina the eye of jose however is expected to remain an off the east coast president trump will be in his hometown of new york city in the early part of this week for his first visit to the united nations general assembly mr trump will focus much of his attention at the summit today on reforming the un itself headlining a meeting with dozens of world leaders he wants described the un as a quote club for peace to get together talk and have a good time he has produced a 10point pledge to clean up the un national security adviser h r mcmaster was on abc's this week hair will be part of his message that the united nations needs to reform and the united nations has to reform to meet the goals and objectives laid out by the great secretarygeneral there and to be true to its charter tomorrow the president faces the more high profile task of addressing leaders from all one hundred ninety three member states in the general assembly his speech will likely be widely scrutinized for hints of his administration's plans for things like have all handle rising north korean aggression the future of the iran nuclear deal and the us position on the paris climate accords it's eleven.
"richard pasch" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"I'm bob agnew in washington the window for florida residents was safely evacuated has narrowed as hurricane erbas outer bands blow with the southern part of the state unpredictable path for landfall southwest of the heavily populated biamby metro area the latest update just minutes ago from florida governor rick trafficking herman is beginning to bet it in two batter the florida keys with dangerous winds and continues to remain a catastrophic lifethreatening categoryfour storm with winds of hundred thirty miles per hour erbas path has shifted to the southwest of the heavily populated by metro area this might that those who forecaster richard pasch at the national hurricane center says urban is so wide it really doesn't matter we have shipped the track a little bit of the west boy what do you advise people that this is a very large hurricane and so even areas that are you know well east of the up the senator can still get significant impact the enormous storm did regained category five status for a time last night as the winds were backup to one hundred sixty miles an hour as of now its said to him wins of about one hundred thirty president trump citing with democrats his week bottling several bills together but with only a threemonth extension for raising the debt ceiling republican leaders had sought an increase for as long as eighteen months got a steve moore told to say the radio network that raising the debt ceiling is not a good idea but perhaps the necessity right now because ongoing conditions especially with the hurricanes of the need for emergency funding in a we at three percent growth in the second quarter for the academy which is a huge approve row where one point six percent under obama and his last years away double the growth rate and soap are hold onto your hat per minute for the third quarter the growth rate is up to three point five percent we're gonna get four percent growth i think trump is exactly right four percent growth if we get the packs got that that is the kadema steve moore who was.
"richard pasch" Discussed on NPR News Now
"In the mountains a you know you you you can smell he can't even believe this putrid you can already see you know the effects of waterlogged house tend to fourteen more days that she's going to exasperate problem across southeastern texas meanwhile there are still tens of thousands of people in shelters waiting to return home for npr news i'm anthony brooks in houston meanwhile harris county officials say the death toll from harvey has risen to at least sixty states of emergency are in effect for the us virgin islands puerto rico and florida as hurricane erma moves west in the atlantic dr richard pasch of senior forecaster with the national hurricane center in miami says erma could strike florida late saturday we could look at all these different models which we showing a threat to horta of but it's too early to speculate too what kind of impacts we could expect to become no us or florida but are two ventures there should be watching very closely and have their hurricane plan in place emergency officials warned that armagh could dump up to ten inches of rain on some areas causing flash flooding and dangerous landslides it's a categoryfour storm carrying top sustained winds up one hundred forty miles per hour at last check it was located several hundred miles east of the leewards this is npr news new york daily news owner mortimer zucker is selling the ninety eight year old tabloid to the chicagobased newspaper chain trunk the daily news will give trunka foothold in the nation's three largest markets along with the los angeles times and the chicago tribune while terms were not disclosed in monday's announcement they should chunk chicago tribune reports the trunk purchased the daily news for one dollar plus tens of millions of dollars in liabilities.
"richard pasch" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman tropical storm harvey has made landfall again this time in western louisiana senior hurricane specialist richard pasch says harvey's flooding potential is still dangerous but the winds aren't as strong as before the center herbie much weaker storm than it was when it lifted women forwardly central eastern turkey thumb friday night now cross west of louisiana coastline to wester cameron and we expect it to continue to move inland uh over the next couple of days the national weather service says harvey has set a preliminary record of fifty inches of rain that's the greatest amount of rain measured from a single storm extreme eastern texas in southwestern at louisiana are under flash flood and storm surge warnings officials in port arthur texas near the louisiana borders say their town is under water a shelters set up in houston convention complex is now over capacity officials have about nine thousand people they were prepared for about five thousand from houston public media guild a lot or reports officials promise they won't turn any one away as evacuees pour into downtown houston's convention center volunteer veronica saito was staffing the missing persons desk she says are trying to keep families from getting separated in the huge building people are coming in with nothing and trying to figure out what to do and honestly though it's really hard for the volunteers offs also because we're coming in and or trying to get direction on what to do and what to tell other people evacuees can get clothes and food at the shelter they can also see a doctor if they have health issues and officials are bringing in more caught so people won't have to sleep on the floor for npr news i'm guilty slaughter in houston houston officials now say two more huge shelters are open.
"richard pasch" Discussed on WGTK
"Says a republican health care plan unveiled today will fix the problem agility leader mitch mcconnell says the bill includes many things like tax cuts it will eliminate costly obamacare attackers that are passed on to consumers so we can put down former pressure on prime yours that's code says minority leader charles schumer for tax cuts for the wealthy this is a bill designed to strip away health care benefits in protections from americans who need it most in order to give a tax break to the folks who need at least the congressional budget office will examined the bill and release its cost analysis in several days the republican majority is aiming for a final vote on the bill before july fourth linda kenyon washington president trump weighing in the latest in the russia investigation of interior intelligence agencies assess moscow meddled in the race in a series of tweets the president says if russia was working so hard on the election it all took place during the obama administration why did they stop them he also says obama homeland security chief j job since the latest top intelligence official to say there was no grand scheme between trump and russia jr's funded soghra mougani after making landfall in southwestern louisiana early today tropical storm cindy now moving inland storm warnings continue proportion of louisiana and extreme eastern texas coast drawing um we expect cindy to continue to move over land and weakened to a tropical depression later today in a remnant low by later tonight as richard pasch at the national hurricane center stocks in positive of territory on wall street at midday the dow is up about forty points the nasdaq ahead nine and the sp five hundred index currently trading five point shire more of these stories the town hall dot com jennifer kushinka with your money now according to the wall street journal.
"richard pasch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From the congressional budget office before it can get a vote on the floor that report is expected within a few days it will estimate how much the bill will cost and how many americans it will cover mcconnell wants a vote on the bill before the july fourth recess although it is not at all clear whether there is enough republican support to pass it every senate democrat is opposed to the plan susan davis npr news the capital the national hurricane center says tropical storm cindy has made landfall on the gulf coast of southwestern wezi anna the storm's top sustained winds are about forty miles per hour richard pasch is with the hurricane center he says that rain is the problem not the wind and rain has inundated the gulf coast for hours look ran in order to be filled in alabama we go through so creamy protect grew ribbon getting a heavy rain on for quite a wellknown gogo conditions will continue in gradually trigger or within the next day or two the storm has left at least one person dead a ten year old boy was killed on the beach in alabama when he was struck by a law that washed ashore the summer is only beginning and already california than the southwest have been roasting in a week long heatwave daniel oh carson reports excessive heat warnings have been issued for much of california southern nevada and parts of arizona in los angeles county's antelope valley highs have been ranging between eight hundred six hundred ten degrees in palm springs one hundred twenty seven degrees utility companies are asking people to conserve their energy use southern california edison robert vegas says air conditioning eats up a lot of electricity and constrain the electrical grid is the same as driving your car if you run your car twenty four hours a day at full speed eventually something will break down the same was true for electrical system wildfires have broken out across california because of the heat and sun dried out vegetation is the perfect fuel to spread wildfires the one near big bear his bird more than a thousand acres since monday.