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Hurricane Sally could bring 'historic' flash flooding, up to 30 inches of rain
"Speaking of the weather and agonisingly slow crawl for a pretty big storm Hurricane Sally, continuing its slow path across the Gulf of Mexico. Cat one landfall expected sometime later tomorrow. Meteorologist Rob Marciano was in Biloxi. They're expecting a direct hit. He says. The weather worries right now massive, possibly historic flooding for those who don't take a direct hit from the actual center of the storm there taking a direct hit. From the storm surge where we're not even seeing any sort of rain bubble. We're certainly seeing a lot of wind and wave action here and the storm sitting where it is. That means that the water will continue to pile up and splash and spill over and in places like here in Biloxi in Pascagoula, we will see 6 to 9 Ft of storm surge even before this system comes onshore all the way over. Ford, Southeast Louisiana leg born similar action 6 to 9 FT. At last report, Sally's Maximum sustained winds pegged it around 85 MPH, the president, declaring an emergency for the state of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida's Panhandle not left out of this. Also getting soaked with heavy rains from the hurricane. An
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The storm is expected to move slowly over southeast Louisiana, inundating communities already prone to flooding with more than a foot of rain. Vice President Mike Pence makes a campaign stop in Wisconsin. WWF's LaToya dentists has more both President Trump and vice president. Pence have been spending a lot of time in Wisconsin this election season as Republicans tried to ensure another win here in 2016, Republicans nearly won the state. It was the first time in a presidential election that Wisconsinites voted Republican in decades. That's the Italian debt is to reporting your listening to NPR news live from news on Brian what weather Forecasters say the Bay Area could start to see some gradual improvement in air quality. Today, The National Weather Service says smoke and haze should persist here, and it's expected to be another unhealthy air Day. But increasing winds could start to push some of the smoke out Monday and throughout the rest of the week. Over 100 physicians and researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have written an open letter to the university community denouncing former colleague and current White House adviser Dr Scott Atlas is Julie Chang has more The author's called Out atlases, quote, falsehoods and misrepresentations of science around the Corona virus, citing a moral and ethical responsibility under the Hippocratic Oath Atlas, a radiologist and former Stanford professor joint, the White House Corona Virus Task force. Last month he's been criticized after multiple news outlets reported that he advocated for a herd immunity strategy to speed up reopening. Dr. Ruby Thing is a division chief for infectious diseases at Stanford and says such a strategy could lead to more deaths and overwhelm hospitals. Singh signed the letter and said, it's important for people to hear from infectious disease and immunology experts. We were trying very hard not to make this about anyone statement in any one person, but about the science that really has to drive us forward. We have evidence that masks work. We have evidence of social distancing works our hope our plea To our colleagues and the community is to let science taken course. A Stanford Medicine spokesperson said they have no formal comment on the issue and that they support the freedom of the faculty to voice their positions. Atlas did not respond to a request for comment. And Julie Change the news, and there is more at dot org's on Brian Watt. Support comes from Bridge Bank, a division of Western Alliance bank, offering flexible financial.
President Trump Visits Areas Hardest Hit By Hurricane Laura
"Trump toward parts of Louisiana and Texas cleaning up from Hurricane Laura on the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina hitting southeast Louisiana President Donald Trump toward the devastation from Hurricane Laura in southwest Louisiana met some people that have been absolutely devastated. This was a tremendously powerful storm. In fact, when it came in, it was actually much bigger than Katrina. I would say Katrina being somewhat of a landmark think in terms of devastation, but this had more power. This was almost coming in at a five Katrina was a Category three when it hit Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans. Joe
Two dangerous storms head toward Gulf Coast
"Ah, Hurricane Watch has been issued for parts of New Orleans as well as voluntary evacuations later this evening as two tropical storms make their way toward the Gulf Coast. CBS meteorologist Geoff Barrow del Marco makes landfall first, probably in Southeast Louisiana. Maybe as a cat one storm on Monday, then just 36 to 48 hours later. Here comes Laura.
Tropical Storm Cristobal makes landfall in Louisiana
"Tropical storm Cristobal has made landfall along the coast of southeast Louisiana the center of the storm landed between the mouth of the Mississippi and Graham dial as the eastern side of crystal ball swept over Florida on Saturday night a tornado turned in Sumter county Florida about twenty minutes later second tornado followed and destroyed a barn another tornado hit near downtown Orlando two brothers were killed after they were caught in an undertow and swept away off the coast of Louisiana the young boys or swimming at a beach in grand Isle when they were caught and swept away ahead of the storm Louisiana governor John bel Edwards requested president trump declared a pre landfall emergency for the
Tropical storm expected to form in Gulf Coast
"The national hurricane center expects a system in the Gulf of Mexico to become tropical storm or subtropical storm Nestor soon fitted for the northern Gulf coast coastal areas from southeast Louisiana through Mississippi Alabama and the Florida panhandle are on alert tropical storm warnings are in effect meteorologist Dave Nussbaum says the effects will be Friday into Saturday some heavier rain as well as some coastal flooding issues while much of that will be felt on the Florida panhandle where hurricane Michael roared ashore a year ago here in New Orleans crews are concerned at the collapse side of the hard rock hotel fearing that the high winds could not down more pieces of the building and the winning construction
Tropical storm expected to form in Gulf Coast
"We're watching a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico forecasters say is likely to become a tropical storm that could strike the U. S. Gulf coast tropical storm warning now posted from southeast Louisiana to the Florida panhandle storm surge warning for the Florida Gulf coast from Indian pastor Clearwater beach has also been
First big storm of Atlantic hurricane season eyes Louisiana
"With an update on tropical storm very here's USA radio networks Chris Barnes tropical storm Barry taking aim at Louisiana is specially New Orleans currently a tropical storm but expected to be arraigned making hurricane when it comes ashore tomorrow here's hurricane specialist Eric Blake at the national hurricane center although we were expecting a move very slowly and that's why we're so concerned about the heavy rain risk the Rangers really began in earnest overnight Friday into Saturday for southeast Louisiana then spread northward into Mississippi some parts of Louisiana could see up to twenty five inches of
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WTVN
"The pelican state with southeast Louisiana and southwest Mississippi expected to face the brunt mark Mayfield NBC news radio RB singer R. Kelly's in more trouble he now faces federal sex trafficking charges he was arrested Thursday in Chicago and is expected to be sent to New York for hearing Kelly pled not guilty to state charges of sexually abusing for women federal prosecutors are expected give more details about the case against the Grammy winner today what's on tap for president trump today a trip to the Buckeye state president trump hits the road today for campaign fund raisers with a little pot as he pushed thrown in the residence for stop is Milwaukee Wisconsin for a private fundraiser and a tour of an aerospace company there the president will deliver remarks urging Congress to pass the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement or new nafta later the president heads to the Cleveland Ohio area for private fund raising events Karen Travers ABC news the White House people connected to the trump administration of the subjects of a dozen house approved subpoenas Jerry Nadler chair the judiciary panel so the subpoenas cover the trump administration's actions on immigration and alleged obstruction of justice in the Russia investigation you subpoena list includes former Attorney General Jeff sessions and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner senator rob Portman to time in the chamber for Thursday to discuss the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing and fellow high when Neil Armstrong as a thirteen year old teenager I saw two figures clad in bulky spacesuits bounce across the screen against the stark black and white landscape and as anyone who witnessed it can remember and tell you about there was a great sense of pride a great sense of pride as Americans he talks about the pride he felt about being from Ohio as well with Armstrong from what the Kannada events are set for next week in wall clock in at the Ohio history connection with the anniversary on July twentieth radio six ten WTVN sports more super team building in the NBA is the Houston Rockets of trade for Oklahoma city's Russell Westbrook the thunder pick up Chris Paul and draft picks in the deal you'll have state women's basketball team is revealed that schedule for next year and it includes three opponents who finished last season the top seven among the challenges awaiting the Buckeyes home game against UConn on November twenty fourth the all star break is over the trade deadline is coming up July thirty first of this is a crucial time for the Reds Indians Cincinnati's in Colorado tonight Cleveland is facing the twins reporters were finally able to catch up with Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco hear what he said about his battle with cancer later this hour from the central Ohio Hyundai dealer sports desk Lori Schmidt newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past stand as news breaks mostly sunny today high of eighty three clear and cool tonight low sixty four sunshine warmer tomorrow high of eighty eight.
New Orleans, Louisiana And Eric discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney
"Jordan tropical storm bury me test the levees in New Orleans the system is forecast to become a category one hurricane before it makes landfall along the Louisiana coast we're expecting the winds to to begin on Friday over over southeast Louisiana how with hurricanes conditions possible by Friday night or Saturday morning hurricane specialist Eric
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Love for your work and your love for your country comes across loud and clear. Well, I I love the job. I do and it's an honor to be elected in represent southeast Louisiana congress. I love serving the state legislature. And it's really about just being able to go in battle for the things you believe in, and you know, and try to make a difference, and I saw so much good in people after the shooting and what I wanted to convey in our book and back to the game and the game is that sure the defining point was the beginning of the gunmen who tried to execute literally over dozen members of congress, but that one act of evil spurred just thousands of acts of war and kind of and showed what's good about our country. And I wanted to convey that in the book that you might have heard about the gunman in the shooting, but look at what I got to see in terms of how many people Republican and democrat foreign leaders wanted him reached out to me, and we're rooting for me to get better because they they're just good. People and it it just was a different side of things. But I got to see that I wanted to share with other people, maybe you can share some of those stories about some of your democratic colleagues because your Republican colleagues your band of brothers. Everybody gets it your clothes on the Republican side. What about some of the democratic colleagues who reached out to you after you were shot? You know in the immediate aftermath. You know, the both the Republicans and Democrats play each other in a baseball game every year. That's what we will practice in for the big game was the next day. We get to play in the major league ballpark in Washington National stadium, and it's very competitive. I mean, you can imagine members of CONGRESS Republicans playing against the Democrats, but we actually get to be really good friends because it's one of the things you after hours after you go to work, and you battle over ideas, you go get to do something good for other people. I mean, we raise over a half a million dollars for local charities. So we actually form good bonds with not just the Republicans on the team because we're very tight bond together. But the Democrats get to know the Republicans. Well, and so the very first person to show up at the hospital after I was shot was Cedric Richmond by colleague, who's a democrat from Louisiana represents most of the city to represent the other part and Cedric came to the hospital immediately and stayed there. And when my wife who's in. In New Orleans. She flew up that day when she was told to the shooting. You know in Centric help Jennifer to you know, what was going on. And, you know, hey, look, I'm there with Steve watching over, you know, and it just shows you a different side of politics that most people don't get to see and wasn't Cedric. Richmond was chair of the Congressional Black caucus, right? Yeah. He's he's currently the chair the Congressional Black caucus, and I'm the house majority whip on the Republican side. And so on most of the major issues that today, we're usually on the other side of those issues, but we have a deep love for respect for each other. And we're close personal friends. And you know, even though he's wrong on most issues. Yeah, he's a good person. And we we built the deep trust and relationship, and and it showed through and again, it just shows people. It's not all about, you know, hey, they don't hate each other because they're on opposite sides of an issue. You know, they might battle it out. But in the end, we're we're humans, you you know, who who who gets along with. Agrees on every issue with every friend that they have or with their spouse. You know, you you have disagreements we all do you just how you treat people when you're disagreeing it defines them, you're still and your still family at congressman Richmond. In fact, a chair the Congressional Black caucus has an endorsement on your book where he says Steve story can be a lesson for all of us about unity bridging divides. And how family and friends are what's most important in life. Speaking about what's most important in life. The book is called back in the game. It's supposed to our website at Michael Medved dot com. A what do you think are the prospects for getting anything done in a under a new Democratic Congress and a speaker Pelosi? Well, I mean, I I hope that we're able to keep building on the economic success. We're having people anybody who wants a job in America right now. Go find one that's rare in American history where there are more job openings than people looking for work. I don't wanna see us. Go backward on that. I don't wanna see us. Go back with on any of the successes. We've had with President Trump to to get this country back on track. But obviously Nancy Pelosi has a very different agenda in worldview, and you know, they're going to be some battles. I just hope we're able to at least preserve the gains that we've made and where they try to take our country in a different direction. Let's let's go bring that debate all across this country. And let people, you know, maybe even people who voted to throw out their Republican member of congress in exchange for a democrat. They might have thought they were going to be getting some different than they're gonna get. And we're I think we're gonna be seeing that contrast in these next few months in two years, we're speaking with congressman Steve Scalise. I I wish you godspeed, sir. And congratulations on the book. It the book feels not like something that's written on announcing Tom, but something that's written by a neighbor who's telling you a little bit about the most dramatic and yes frightening experience of his life, which is over come courageously and nobly the book back in the game, the author congressman Steve Scalise. We'll be right back on the Medved show. Putting it all together with the George Hw.
Founder of brutal Afghan militant group Haqqani network dies, Taliban says
"The National Hurricane Center expects it will become a hurricane when it comes to shore most likely tonight, Louisiana governor, John Bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency. He says residents should get ready. Much of southeast Louisiana can expect to see heavy rain afforded six inches possibly seven inches of rain in some areas along with Sermsap psalm surge of three to five feet is also possible hurricane warnings are in effect from Louisiana to Florida a powerful typhoon structure hand today, prompting thirties to cancel hundreds of flights and disrupting rail and ferry service it made landfall along the west central coast with high winds and heavy rain news service reports it was the strongest typhoon to hit Japan since one thousand nine. Ninety-three? No deaths have been reported. A Taliban spokesman has announced the death of jello. Dean, Hong Kong's economy. A key figure in the Connie network. He was seventy one the BBC Steve Jackson reports that had Connie had close ties to the Taliban and al-qaeda and was considered among the most militant anti-western fighters in Afghanistan. A Taliban statement said Jalala dean, her Carney had died after several years of illness and described him as one of the great jihadi personalities vizier for western countries was leader of potent militant network within the Taliban blamed for a string of high profile terror attacks destabilized, Afghanistan, Jalaluddin, her Carney, helped Osama bin Laden establish Al Qaeda training camps there in the nineteen ninety s and continue to exert influence after relinquishing direct control of the who Connie network in two thousand and one American and Afghan claims that Pakistan was supporting the network have been a major source of friction with Islamabad. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York at six o four good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan. Foreign six trains are delayed this morning due to switch problems at one hundred twenty fifth street activists and politicians favor of stricter gun regulations. A rallying against President Trump's supreme court nominee at an event in Paterson New Jersey yesterday democratic Senator Bob Menendez railed against bread Kavanagh's conservative stance on gun ownership. If Brett cabin ours confirmed the gun industry will have new amunition in their war to overturn commonsense. People are struggling in small cities to like Dan berry and Sonia and new London. The United way says the good news is unemployment is falling and wages are going up, especially for those working low wage service industry jobs, but a lot of new jobs are gig driven like freelance or temporary work that typically isn't as lucrative or reliable as a full-time job. There's good news for those travelling to and from the Upper West side this week. The MTA says full service in both directions was restored as of five o'clock this morning just in time for the first rush hour after Labor Day.
Strong typhoon slams west Japan; airport flooded
"We know the names of all the people who've been murdered in the city. We know, you know, the big murder of the week. And and there's a lot of pressure apply. But there are so many more of these non fatal shootings that very often. There's not the same pressure to have fault. Washington Post national correspondent Wesley lowered by the way. Six people were killed and another twenty five wounded as of last evening, Ian shootings across Chicago during Labor Day weekend. One of the six killed was a doctoral student from Northwestern University. Who was struck by a stray bullet. Tropical storm, Gordon is continuing to strengthen and is expected to become a hurricane later today. When it hits the central Gulf Coast, Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards has called for reinforcements with more than eight inches of rain expected. These guardsmen will be pre-positioned primarily in southeast Louisiana along with sixty three high water vehicles thirty nine votes and four helicopters Gordon formed into a tropical storm near the Florida Keys early yesterday's lashed. The southern part of the state with heavy winds and heavy rain the strongest. Typhoon to hit Japan in twenty five years made landfall today with more than a million people urged to evacuate as the storm batters that country's west with violent winds and heavy rainfall typhoon Jebby with winds up to one hundred thirty five miles an hour swept a tanker anchored in Osaka. Bay into a bridge and partially flooded, Ken, say international airport supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is set for a week of marathon hearings before the judiciary committee where senators will drill down into the judge's background writings and legal philosophy democratic leader. Chuck Schumer fumed last night over the committee receiving more than forty two thousand pages of documents about Kevin years with the Bush administration the night before the hearings get underway. Senator Elizabeth Warren also wants more information. I want to see the documents about what he said when he was in government and advising the president of the United States. I wanna see its history talk is cheap. I wanna know what his actions Republicans who. Mostly back. President Trump's pick are focusing on is twelve year career as an appellate court judge which has produced more than three hundred opinions heat age and a relentless John millman combined to drive Roger Federer out of the US open last night leaving the winner of a record twenty grand slam titles looking every bit. The thirty seven years old that he is trained in tougher conditions of played in the daytime. Eight hundred twenty and so. Some days. It's just not day. Never before had the fifty fifth ranked a moment beat a top ten player and never before at the US open had federal lost to someone ranked outside the top fifty pathetic. Right. You went right idea.
Typhoon brings heavy rain, powerful winds to western Japan
"In the Gulf of. Mexico the core. The storm is expected to make landfall north central Gulf Coast. And most concerned is right now essentially from southeast. Louisiana through the extreme western part of the, Florida panhandle, hurricane warnings have been issued for the Mississippi. Coast to the Alabama Florida line Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards has declared a state of, emergency and, says two hundred national guard troops will be deployed to southeastern Louisiana where heavy rains and strong
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Okay That. Guy Congressman. Steve Scalise he'd been in the left hip with a bullet from. A rifle this cell phone video was among the first images of him. That day The last was him being. Wheeled on to. A helicopter clinging to life he spent most of the next four days unconscious I found out later just how much damage was done internally femur was shattered the hip and pelvis had serious damage where the bullet went through and did, some damage. To areas that had to be short up with steel plates and. And and they did a phenomenal job of building the rebuilding Humpty Dumpty I mean there were there was a lot of damage inside that that had to get fixed put you back together again back together You're known as a man who loves politics and baseball have either, of those things change not a bit You know I love the. Job I have is a member of congress representing southeast Louisiana. And I love being the house majority whip this. Is morally wrong because the majority whip Steve Scalise ranks third in the Republican House, leadership read this Bill usually counts votes not balls and strikes unless he's playing second. Base for the Republicans and that's where he was at practice the day before the annual congressional baseball game one of the last bipartisan. Activities in a polarized Washington squeeze was fielding balls when he heard what he thought was a tractor backfire Then he was on the ground I knew I was shot didn't know how bad it was You know in, a, weird way your body kind of goes on you know. As bad as the moans Warren. Obviously I know now how severe it was at the time You know I guess my body had? Been shutting down a lot of the real pain and I was just thinking about what was going on at the moment did you. See the shooter never saw the shooter the shooter. Was Sixty-six-year-old James Hodgkinson according to the. FBI he'd posted anti Republican views, on social media and had a. Piece of paper they contain the names of six? Members of congress we've learned they were all conservative Republicans Scalise. Was not on the list but two of his teammates were, do you. Believe you were targeted as a Republican I think it was clear, he he had, a political agenda if, you want to even call it, that it's, a sit twisted agenda I don't, take, could have been in the right frame of mind but It. Was clear what his intentions were, you were shot on second base. You tried to crawl right well when I went? Down my first instinct was to try to get away from the gunfire so I started crawling that's when my arms out, and then. What did you do at that point I just went in a, prayer Gave me a communist who was a weird? Calmness while I'm hearing the gunfire You know the first thing that came to mind. Prayed God please don't let my daughter have to. Walk up the aisle alone That was I was the first thing Obviously after that Thank you see. My family again I can see the fire coming. From the barrel of his, rifle when the shooting started congressman Brad win strip of. Ohio was near the batting cages he had one eye on an injured stevescalise. In the. Other on the shooter Fear was. That he.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WWL
"Of sixty nine after morning forties for much of southeast louisiana airport in kenner cloudy and seventy two and clouds and seventy four degrees in slidell i japan's of wwl first news here's wwl traffic from the wwe traffic center i'm patty burnham and we just got word of an accident on the north shore it's on i twelve eastbound just before the lacomb exit that's going to be heading toward slidell from covington it's in the left lane police and fire units just pulled up on the scene so they'll probably be getting it off to the shoulder soon so far it's causing minimal delays coming into the city from the east from slidell there's no delay on the twin span no problems at the high rise secondary delays are patchy at claiborne approaching the claiborne fly over bunny kerry spillway as looking good in both directions and when you get to kenner heading toward downtown you're going to experience that typical slowing between williams and power the offramp at south carrollton is still closed due to that earlier accident but congestion is minimal the river bound expressway seeing some sites slowing right around the arena that opens up after saint charles to the west bank and if you coming from the east bank to the west bank there's some patchy delays around general de gaulle traffic moves well on the crescent city connection but as you get onto the lake bound expressway it stop and go until after you pass the superdome traffic brought to you by the zurich classic enjoy great new orleans food from local restaurants right on the plus the excitement of watching the brightest golfers in the world now that's.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
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"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WLOB
"The most fun looking at all those laws now i think you can't you can't have an elephant in the back of your car i'm not sure i'm not looking at at that particular division if that when made it into the book but you can't have an elephant in the back of your car in north carolina either so that moment that would make sense and also you say louisiana you can't tie an alligator to a fire hydrant in which you know what that tells me that people did the that dance made that my negative gallo people were at one time tying alligators to the fire hydrants in it became necessary to make it allowed you to my dad trans virgil louisiana when i was a junior high school and moved to southeast louisiana from from from memphis and it was like a whole different world down there louisiana is like that in state from north to south to east to west you know we have about four states in one is not the same experience depending on where you are in the state will we were down there and a we were just moved into the house and like many of the homes there's there's a ditch you know it's the whole state is below sea level but there's a little ditch in front of the house and there was a big commotion and so we ran outside to see what the commotion was and there was an alligator in the in the ditch and one of our house and so the next door neighbour comes out there and i'll never forget this he was in and blue jeans and have one of these though white dirty tshirts on he goes down into the ditch he grabs that alligator by the i'm the snout in my the tail and picks it up and takes an opener iowa there you go that's the.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WWL
"Way of creating a prosperity cetera financial stability onestop centre and we're gonna have you talk a little bit more about that edessa because we want to offer inhouse financial capabilities services but were also imagined building these collaborations and one of the most popular and just really great has been with the city of the world lienz and strive new orleans so we've got a lot to talk about today we do know that one of the greatest needs of these key issues is education of about financial issues because that's going to help anybody who struggling and those who are living at the poverty level or below be able to increase their income and also may be fined pathways the high wage higher demand jobs that will impact them positively for the future so can we start a little bit at the beginning of death said and talk about financial capability and stability and and how we got on this rove okay so financial capability ours services that united way of southeast louisiana will be providing under its new prosperity senna that will be open enough i would say in about the next four weeks of so while so when i talk about financial capability services i'm talking about things like financial education financial coaching financial counseling credit counseling created building asked six to affordable loan products of free tax preparation services vinafood screening and also programs such as id.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In crisis is a bloomberg press title published by wily available wherever books any books are sold now let me authorities have confirmed the death of a 70yearold woman who was fleeing a massive southern california wildfire the ventura county medical examiner says she was killed in a car crash along and evacuation routes across the border of mala bamut president trump was in pensacola florida for a rally comes only days before embattled gop candidates senate candidate roy more squares off against democrat doug jones in alabama special election next week trump kicked off the rally by chalking up what he's promised americans for christmas saturday your house hopefully very shortly will have those approvals those heads will go up and you're going to be paying a lot less tax so congratulations to self mississippi and southeast louisiana recorded one of their heaviest snowfalls six inches are more recorded across southwest mississippi i'm partner you're listening to politics policy and power with amy morris and peter barnes on bloomberg radio after cutting all ties with alabama senate candidate roy more the republican national committee has resumed supporting the controversial politician contributing nearly two hundred thousand dollars to election campaign tuesday special election in alabama is exposing a deep rift in the republican party between establishment figures like mitch mcconnell and more who likens his positions to those of the president we're going to see if the people of our full support the president and support his agenda in washington by electing somebody not part of the establishment there i can a senior editor for bloomberg government's money in politics report joins us in our bloomberg 991 studios here in washington dc okay can let's talk about money and this special election a whole lot of money you would not normally see in a special election and specifically the super path for the democratic candidate i wanna make sure i read your story on the terminal correctly no contributors for the superpac they have a range this uh so that the uh the timing of the report coming out right before the election they they raised it so that they don't have to report basically the contributors until after the election so obviously i think they've lined up some people who are willing to give but.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Authorities have confirmed the death of a seventy year a woman who was fleeing a massive southern california wildfire the ventura county medical examiner says she was killed in a car crash along and evacuation routes across the border malevanny president trump was in pensacola florida for a rally comes only days before embattled gop candidate senate candidate roy more squares off against democrat doug jones in alabama special election next week trump kicked off the rally by talking up what he's promised americans for christmas saturday your house hopefully very shortly will have those approvals those hands will go up and you're going to be paying a lot less tax so congratulations part to south mississippi and southeast louisiana have recorded one of their heaviest snowfalls six inches are more recorded the crosouth with mississippi i'm martin and i'm charlie pellett at bloomberg world headquarters a record day for both the dow jones industrial average and the sp 500 index for the week the sp 500 index advance threetenths of one percent the latest jobs report bolstered optimism in the us economy as for where it leaves the federal reserve lizanne saunders is chief investment strategist at charles schwab we do thank actually they are probably raise rates consistent with their doubts plot their forecasts which is probably 3 hake sex share the market is still below that we think one of the chefs relative to the past two years is that the market may be forced to move up its expectations versus the fed having to bring down its expectations lowell euros head of multiasset solutions for t rowe price you know we see a quarterpoint hike next week ends near three hikes in two thousand and eighteen so yeah i don't think it's going to have a meaningful effect particularly on uh what's expected and also to that element we don't really see it at a meeting lee affect on the long into the career and rick readers chief investment officer at black rock financial management and we think are going to be low interest rates for a long time but can ten years move up to fifty to seventy five you i would think they're going to go there the dynamic around in a one.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Your phone scam knows seaman spas their aim willing use one wbz news time seven thirty we have 62 degrees in boston good morning mike macklin here's what were followers of the wbz newsroom another hurricane bearing down on the gulf of greatest threats from this particular storm is strong winds and storm surge with alleged cyber a stalker faces a judge lens accused of hacking one of the female roommate's he just had no regard for anybody else we got your accu weather forecasting muggy or through this holiday weekend will be a few showers around especially tomorrow and monday he'd sports red sox and yankees downed two games to none in their respective divisional series and the celtics get a preseason win in philly johnny bridge road will have it all for us all the way topping news at seven thirty hurricane nate sending us gulf coast residents scrambling as they prepare for with hurricane warnings covering the region louisiana's governor urging his state's residents to jake dates seriously saying the storm has the potential jill to do a lot of damage the national hurricane center issuing hurricane in store absurd warnings for the southeast louisiana and mississippi and alabama go states of emergency also declared in all three states meteorologist jed meyers says the effects of date will be felt far and wide now we have tropical storm watch is warnings pose that all the way north and west of atlanta georgia because the storm who's not gonna stop when it gets to the gulf coast it's going to keep going kick knocked down power lines for montgomerie all the way to atlanta and even birmingham alabama louisiana wwl reporter chris miller says new orleans is ordering some neighborhoods to evacuate the head of nato the area's order to evacuate all lie outside the city's extensive levy system because nearby floodgates will be closing residents must evacuate by twelve o'clock new tomorrow nate is expected to be at its peak near the city late saturday night so mayor mich landrieu once the city shut down mitch itunes a mandatory curfew or that will begin saturday evening at six o'clock pm and ending sunday morning it'll fast moving storm so officials are hopeful that won't be around long enough to dope flooding rain that quote overwhelm the city's aging pumping system chris miller for cbs news new orleans nate the latest in a succession of destruct storms this hurricane season wbz news time seven thirty three time for traffic.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And this is bloomberg once again it's up on your latest world aston is headlines at sea russia aging mixer and other none of them when these remain washington's off to high adrian tie carol high cory president trump says this gathering with military leaders was the calm before the storm but he's not explaining put stories he gang refused to elaborate with a wink at an oval office event this afternoon reports say the president may have been talking about iran and that he could decertify the iran nuclear deal and let congress decide whether to reimpose sanctions attorney general jeff sessions has issued a religious freedom memo to federal agencies the justice department issued this memorandum that lays out twenty principles of religious freedom that federal agencies are expected to observe its nonbinding fides uh i think that any federal agency that doesn't follow it would be an for our time bloomberg white house editor alex wayne in a separate action the administration is giving employers the option not to cover birth control in their health insurance plans officials say the rule would broaden their religious exemption put into place that obama care after raking central america tropical storm nate is taking aim at the us gulf coast the national hurricane center is issued hurricane storm surge warnings for southeast louisiana and the mississippi in alabama coasts puerto rico's governor has asked for help from tesla chief yvonne musk musk says tesla will send more battery installers to puerto rico hurricane maria knocked out power to the entire island two weeks ago though the news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm adrienne itself this is a bloomberg market minute stocks finished the day little changed with a couple of themes affecting the markets a flareup of tensions with north korea made investors cautious ahead of the weekend or russia news agency reports north korea may test another missile over the weekend and an odd employment report for september had investors a bit puzzled.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on KOIL
"It's 25 till with forecasts putting new orleans zoom the path of tropical storm nate one big question looms we'll the pumps work natives forecast to make landfall in southeast louisiana early sunday possibly as a category one hurricane book cans of dry weather therefore the coast san meteorologist heather's arab accu weather dot com has today's national forecast still mostly dry weather on both the west coast and the east coast for the next 24 hours one exception is going to be that will start to see some rain pushing into you coastal portions of washington and by late tonight perhaps being down into northwestern oregon as well as isn't going to be a line of rain but there one at least be a little moisture we also are still only looking on the east coast at rain falling across florida there can be locally heavy rainfall weather showers and thunderstorms that are still persisting across especially the eastern and southern portion since the state in between we have one storm which is fairly strong and is going to be pushing its way eastward we're looking at quite a bit of rain fall through the middle of the country across the central plains and up into the midwest w localize to downpours at the southern end of this system there is also a chance for severe weather some strong thunderstorms sprint later this afternoon in into the seve ning in southwestern kansas weightless western oklahoma and extreme northern portion set texas that's going to move eastward danforth tonight and the rain will cover most of the great lakes area and perhaps being able to reach just beyond linked syrian on terry hill by daybreak tomorrow that's the nation's weather and accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers air louisiana governor john bell edwards has declared a state of emergency as his state prepares for a direct hit from tropical storm nate possibly as a hurricane 1300 national guard troops are being mobilized antara on standby this is america in the morning at 23 before the hour i'm john trout sports with robert workman's coming up the week comes to a close in las vegas and there are still more questions than answers in.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on KTRH
"And weather together julie hardly ready to fill yet on the glide rushhour sake over and we've got rex ones on the outbound side of i tend to katie freeways right there is you're approaching weathering boulevard and not only did they shut down the two left lanes but the diamond lines as well that's probably going to be about a fifteen minute delay through there and if you're trying to travel on the inbound side of i 10 the east freeway right after sixty unease sex three way so as you're coming in to downtown the left lanes blocked that's about a twenty minute delay the gulf free ways on the front row that outbound sided fm 23 fifty winds to stay away from a frontage road sixty nine the southwest that inbound side at six ten trying to take that ramp we've got an accident there you've activists annette you may want to get off at missing at and run that over the six ten stead looks like we've got another one and they inbound side of sixty nine as you're coming in from the sugarland area gripe passed ninety in that hold me up for about another ten minutes i'm jewidi hearty in the gulf coast went off that count twenty four hour traffic center and from the ktrh top tax to foreigners 24 weather center ken boone who's in for terry smith is holding urologists of course at the weather channel looks like go forda or may be southeast louisiana may have to deal with what is likely to become date it is officially made as at eight o'clock it did become nate wind so strengthened to forty miles per hour so we do have tropical storm nate iin you're right if it continues on its projected path and model seemed to be a pretty good agreement that it is going to head towards that nor central gulf coast anywhere from the florida panhandle over the southeast louisiana the intensity a little bit uncertain right now is going to interact with nicaragua honduras here today eventually even the yucatan peninsula so that will have some impact on its intensity once he gets into the southern gulf which won't happen until late friday night into early saturday morning there were going to see how much strengthening it will do before it does make landfall but good news us is all the models indicated staying well east.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WWL
"The may red oh yeah i that you could go way back and you're going to find a bunch of these things yeah i mean the when a system parks over southeast louisiana and it rains more than an inch an hour we have flooding we always have and presumably unless there some miraculous new innovations or billions of dollars spent and drainage always will when there is extremely heavy rain so we will stay tuned young and the business and look forward to tomorrow's hearings on just what happened and why the system could not keep up with the rain was it simply that there was too much rain for the system as it is designed to handle or were there other issues we always their human error was their system error is their construction that's impacting things we'll find out presumably from the leaders of the surgeon waterboarding the army corps of engineers out how how are we going to your blood and i can handle the global warming thursday renata vehicle prove that on our i guess there's you know there's always evidence but i've library unless you much rain i'm going to claim a little ignorance here and that i don't understand the glinka between though i understand the administration's concern that they have expressed that due to land loss along the coast that storm surges will be greater during major hurricanes i understand those that sea level rise if that that is indeed happening yeah and will happen at the rate that some fear it will that that will impact us here in southeast louisiana because as the river the lake send the bays and the oceans and everything else rises presumably of course that will impact land if it unfolds the way its predictive but i'm not sure how saturday storm as anything to do with climate change a and i'm hoping it's that the administration if they believe truly that's what caused it can further explain yeah how the two are connected and may be will hear some of that at tomorrow's meeting and hardly wait thank you david up we can't wait to hear from you again in about fifteen minutes yang wwl am fm and dot com it is game week for the.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WWL
"A way of creating a prosperity cetera financial stability onestop centre and we're gonna have you talk a little bit more about that edessa because we want to offer inhouse financial capability services but were also emission building these collaborations and one of the most popular and just really great has been with the city of new orleans and strive new orleans so we've got a lot to talk about today we do know that one of the greatest needs of these key issues is education of about financial issues because going to help anybody who struggling and those who are living at the poverty level or below be able to increase their income and also may find pathways the high wage higher demand jobs that will impact them positively for the future so can we start a little bit at the beginning of desa and talk about financial capability and stability and and how we got on this row okay so financial capability ours services that united way of southeast louisiana will be providing under its new prosperity senna there will be opening up i would say in about that next four weeks as so wow so when i talk about financial capability services i'm talking about things like financial education financial coaching financial counseling credit counseling created building as sakes tool affordable loan products of fr tax preparation services vinafood screening.
"southeast louisiana" Discussed on WWL
"To hit us tonight that we cause flooding mich landrieu also wants people to be wary of tropic stormforce gust of wind and watch out for road closures of potentially dangerous standing water as tropical storm sunday draws closer to landfall louisiana governor john bell edwards wants everyone to be prepared no one should be under the the belief that this is only going to affect coastal louisiana southeast louisiana this the storm's gonna affect the entire state edward said wild the southwest corner the state will get the storms landfall wind and rain is spread far enough to the east that everyone should be concerned as the store comes ashore and moved north state climatologist berry time says the systems expected to make landfall on the western louisiana coast early tomorrow morning but three to five additional inches of rain or still possible across parts of louisiana over the next couple of days including the southern half of the state and as far north as shreveport time says cindy should finally leave louisiana late thursday night there good news about injured congressman steve scalise and we know more about the congressional baseball practice shooter wwl's michelle southern reports the house majority whip from jefferson perez was shot at second base and greatly hurt last week allegedly by james hodgkinson mets all washington hospital announced it's the leases condition has been upgraded a fair and he can now begin an extended period of healing and rehabilitation the fbi said wednesday that hodgkinson had anger issues and a clear grudge against the gop the shooter made numerous post on social media accounts espousing anti republican views data the now deceased man acted alone and had no ties to terrorism i'm to sell southern and now you're wwl forecast were still tracking some showers and thunderstorms from tropical storm at saint the will be seeing those filter through the area the route tonight into tomorrow so not out of the woods just yet tonight we could see some heavy rain and some severe storms so watch out for that will still be says out some flash flooding tomorrow arrange hands tonight and tomorrow about sixty to seventy percent tomorrow we'll have highs close to four and then friday we see things improving probably very early but we still have a fifty percent chance for a few scattered showers and storms with highs arou out elite from the pinpoint forecast center i'm wwl tv meteorologist alexandra cranford i've.