29 Burst results for "Southern Louisiana"

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"My headlines and not getting paid for. It was fun, All right? You have to take my word for that 7 19 before we get to the blockbuster story, uh, another couple of words about Tropical Storm Nicholas. It has moved on out of Texas. But for the most part, they're still getting some rain down in the Houston and the Depression. Now, right, right, as as normal it's gotten weaker. A lot of people thought it could be like Hurricane Harvey because it was moving so slowly, Same kind of path, same cities. In the in the crosshairs. But as you hear, hear from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Not quite that bad. This storm could have been a lot worse for the city of Houston. I think we've fair sadly well from from from Hurricane Nicholas. Now it's moving on to Louisiana. I got to tell you, I I will. I love Louisiana. I love people from Louisiana. My first father in law was from there. Just really down home people with unique, uh, unique backgrounds and such. But I can't imagine living there just for the weather alone because it's below sea level is below sea level is too lot of it is too hot to McGee. And then you get all these storms. One after the other in Galveston, they saw nearly 14 inches of rain out of Nicholas, and they say it could dump as much as 20 inches of rain in southern Louisiana. And then it moves on to other states. Beyond big political news you're waking up to this morning, probably went to bed last night, not knowing how the recall election in California it was considering our nails waiting for the results.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's all a massive distraction from inflation. And Afghanistan. I'll explain exactly why he's going to fail at this on the Ben Ferguson podcast. Download it right now. Travel the Storm Nicholas slowly moving northeastward through southeast Texas today. All the range should stay well. East of us Partly cloudy Hot Today Low nineties for the light North, greased 71 Tonight makes the clouds and sunshine and load even mid nineties. Wednesday Thursday Meteorologist Ken Bone from the Weather Channel and San Antonio. Sufficient weather station news radio 1200 w O A I G skies 74 degrees 902 at NewsRadio 200. W O A I. Hurricane Nicholas is now a tropical storm as it continues to drench Texas. It did become a hurricane for a while, is it rained down on the Texas coast more than 465,000 customers in Texas? Are without power this morning and damage like overturned gas station awnings are being blamed on the winds. Nicholas will hug the Gulf Coast all the way back to the New Orleans area where residents haven't fixed their roofs. Yet from Ida concerned about these rings coming Then we were about the hurricane Adjust left. Some spots in southern Louisiana could see 20 inches of rain or the latest on Nicholas. Keep it right here. Here's Kelly. Judge Lina Hidalgo says a resolution strongly opposing the state's new abortion law will be presented for a vote in Harris County Commissioners court. The law bans women from ending their pregnancy after six weeks or one of fetal heartbeat is detected and makes no exceptions for rape for incest. Hidalgo, says Harris County governments hands may be legally tired because of weight of the way the abortion law was drafted, but that doesn't mean we.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Guard dot com. I'm in Wants news. I'm Carmen Roberts. We are as ready for this storm as we could be for any storm. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner as Nicholas strengthens into Hurricane was 75 Mile an hour winds the storm slamming the southern coast of Texas, with heavy rain and winds already causing power outages. Houston police chief Troy Thinner stay off the road. It's not safe tonight. Nicholas is expected to dump up to 12 inches of rain on the area and then move on to Southern Louisiana and Mississippi, still recovering from Hurricane Ida and a House committee unveils a tax plan that would raise some corporate taxes to 26 a half percent. The proposal is part of the revenue side of a $3.5 trillion build back. Better proposals sought by President Biden is Jared Halperin. America's listening to Fox News. A chance for an isolated showers. Storm this evening Otherwise partly cloudy with lows in the seventies. Hot, humid tomorrow highs in the eighties a chance for isolated showers and storms in the afternoon. Scattered showers and storms more likely on Wednesday temperatures again topping out in the eighties. I'm w B R C first alert. Chief meteorologist West Wyatt for NewsRadio one. Oh 55. W E. R. C right now It's 72 degrees at permitting hams, News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio 155 w. We are.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"K l I f so to Weight loss news desk. This is real news and information by 5 70 K. L i f Hope you're having a good afternoon hot outside 95 degrees of 57. With 5 70 K l I f news information. I'm Jerry Dixon. Some of the Texas first responders who traveled to Louisiana to help with Hurricane Ida recovery have returned home. Frisco Firefighter Danny Watkins was part of the first contingent of Texas Task Force One members, which was staged in southern Louisiana several days before I do hit, it's our first had the complete devastation of entire communities telling W F A. It wears on. You know you want to help these people in any way you can or Texas task force missions are possible in the near future. Kim Lampkin is K. L F News. A newly built ramp in north for Worth is helping reduce congestion. The North Taryn Express project opened a new ramp from eastbound 8 20 to the North found 35 w interchange to create greater mobility and additional access for text. Press lanes. But $1.6 billion project provides drivers the option to travel along the newly rebuilt and expanded 35 W or express lanes from downtown Fort Worth to North Charente Parkway. The new corridor brings an additional 13 miles to the text. Breslin in Northeast Tarrant County Cat Bonzai rkelly F news news information Time is 404. Let's get a look right now. Traffic Here's Bill Jackson. In Dallas on 9 45 South Bend at Ross Avenue has stalled as Elaine Black that's backed up on the wooden Rogers and honest not found 75 Central 75 South bound slow from Northwest Highway into downtown in Garland on I 30 eastbound Advanced Pro Drive, Iraq has reported expect delays from Rose Hill Road in Fort Worth on 2 87. Decatur cut off something approaching Harmon Road. The left Lane is blocked by an accident that's backed up past Bonds Ranch Road. With Kaylee off traffic name Bill Jackson. Now, let's get a look at your 5 70 K l F news and information forecast..

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Spirits are lifting in southern Louisiana, where power has been restored to more than half of customers who lost it during Hurricane IDA Attorney General Merrick Garland is promising to support abortion clinics after the Supreme Court refused to block a new statues in Texas. The Taliban says it's captured the last pocket of resistance in Afghanistan and female students say they're seeing the Taliban influence in schools and companies grappling with unvaccinated workers and higher cost of health care that they may represent. And just get vaccinated. That obviously is the most cost effective thing to do. It's the most sensible thing to do for Republic health perspective. But of course, I think we still have about 25% of about American still not vaccinated, and employers are trying to figure out what to do about them. Rick Newman at Yahoo Finance breaks down the potential cost of going unvaccinated. The hum of air conditioning has brought some welcome relief to many in New Orleans. Enter Ji, the big utility company, said 63% of the 205,000 customers in New Orleans, who lost power from Hurricane Ida. Have been restored on Sunday the state's death toll from the worst storm to hit the area since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 rose to 13 mayor LaToya Control We have really come a long way. In a short period of time, and I know it may not seem so short. But I tell you progress has been made and is being made every single day. Meanwhile, a nurse told CBS News that at least seven evacuated nursing home residents died. After being relocated to Louisiana warehouse for shelter nationwide. The storms, death toll rose to more than 60. The storm was particularly deadly in New York and New Jersey, where people were trapped in their cars or basements by flash floods following heavy rains. Item made landfall in Louisiana last week as a Category four hurricane with 150 Mile an hour winds, leaving many residents without air conditioning in sweltering heat overseas. Now the Taliban claims to have.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Spirits are lifting in southern Louisiana, where power has been restored to more than half of customers who lost it during Hurricane Ida. Attorney General Merrick Garland is promising to support abortion clinics after the Supreme Court refused to block a new statues in Texas. Taliban says it's captured the last pocket of resistance in Afghanistan and female students say they're seeing the Taliban influence in schools and companies grappling with unvaccinated workers and the higher cost of health care that they may represent. Just get vaccinated. That obviously is the most cost effective thing to do. It's the most sensible thing to do from a public health perspective. But of course, I think we still have about 25% will build Americans still not vaccinated, and employers are trying to figure out what to do about them. Rick Newman at Yahoo Finance breaks down the potential cost of going unvaccinated. The hum of air conditioning has brought some welcome relief to many in New Orleans. Enter Ji, the big utility company, said 63% of the 205,000 customers in New Orleans, who lost power from Hurricane Ida. Have been restored on Sunday the state's death toll from the worst storm to hit the area since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 rose to 13 Mayor LaToya Cantrell. We have really come a long way. In a short period of time, and I know it may not seem so short. But I tell you progress has been made and is being made every single day. Meanwhile, a nurse told CBS News that at least seven evacuated nursing home residents died. After being relocated to Louisiana warehouse for shelter nationwide. The storms, death toll rose to more than 60. The storm was particularly deadly in New York and New Jersey, where people were trapped in their cars or basements by flash floods following heavy rains. Item eight landfall in Louisiana last week as a Category four hurricane with 150 Mile an hour winds, leaving many residents without air conditioning in sweltering heat overseas. Now the Taliban claims to have.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Know, you asked that very that that question early on with Louisiana about Louisiana? Can we be expecting these things in the future? I think I think the future is severe storms and with much With much greater frequency. But I do want to say one thing about your Jean Lafitte. You have to understand when you're because this, uh pertaining to another question you asked about these areas, uh, constantly being vulnerable and whether or not you should even remain there. So much of Southern Louisiana is in fact below sea level and You know, Uh uh, Lafitte, The town of your feet, is in Jefferson Purge, which is north of New Orleans. But you have these inter calls for waterways that kind of feed up from the Gulf and when there is a storm, and there's a storm surge, they will flood. And obviously, if the levees break and Louisiana has 350 miles of levees, it can be a disaster. But even when those levees don't break if you have a very storm, like Gotta Category four storm The water is going to is going to flow over the levees, and that's the flooding that you're seeing and injuring the feet. Uh, Oh, feet and in other areas along the cost, By the way in case um you at home were curious as to.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KTOK

"Subway stations and submerged Westchester County in 14 Ft of water in New Jersey roadways turned to rivers, forcing hundreds of water rescues as walls of water demolished homes and businesses. People have been warning for decades that the effect Climate change and what it would do to our communities. It's happening right now. It is not a future threat. This as wildfires in California have burned three times as much land compared to the same time last year, fueled by severe drought. Yeah. Nearly one in three Americans reportedly lives in a county that has experienced a weather disaster over the last three months. President Biden will be visiting New York and New Jersey on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Chris Brian. Thank you and joining us now. FEMA Administrator Dion Creswell, administrator one week after Hurricane Ida, first night land fall on the Gulf Coast. How many FEMA workers do you still have on the coast and up in the Northeast and how bad Conditions still Good morning, Chris. Thanks so much for having me on today. We still have well over 1000 responders that are on the ground in Louisiana in several 100 more that I've been supporting the events that happened in the Northeast. I'm Hurricane Ida. She left a devastating path. Not only was it the fifth most powerful hurricane, but it impact in southern Louisiana. As a Category four for hours the road to recovery and that part of Louisiana is going to take a very long time. There's a lot of devastation. You know when a massive hurricane usually a Category four hits the coast. We expect there to be severe damage. I think the surprise is the days later and more than 1000 miles away. That Ida did. Such devastation in the Northeast, including New York City, and here is that city's mayor. Bill de Blasio talking about that. Take a look..

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Were evacuated from Kabul. The State Department says he has no plans to meet with the Taliban. President Biden will get a firsthand look at storm damage in New York and New Jersey. On Tuesday, the Northeast was clobbered by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. There are a lot of families spending this Labor Day weekend now cleaning up the mess after feet of water, inundated their basements and the first floors of their homes, piles of damaged furniture. Close personal belongings lined the streets everywhere. We've been Fox, says Brian Yannis in Paterson, New Jersey The damage is staggering. In southern Louisiana, with a storm barreled ashore. Officials say electricity in some of the hardest hit areas may not be restored until the end of the month. Police in the nation's capital are looking for a black Honda accord. They believe it's linked to a shooting last night that left three people dead. America's listening to Fox News. Now here's your Storm team 10 forecast For today. The clouds roll in and we're headed towards partly sunny skies for much of it still cool with low humidity high today just reaching the middle seventies late afternoon and evening showers develop and they stick around for the overnight we wake up to a few scattered showers or even a thunderstorm on Labor Day morning, but the afternoon dries up warm and brighter. Heading into the low eighties. I'm storm Meteorologist Christine Attorney and NewsRadio 9 21 of 47. FM news radio 9 21 hold 47 FM. Welcome to the flat line with your host Rick Hughes. For the next 30 minutes, you'll be inspired, Motivated, educated but never manipulated. Know your host Rick Hughes. Good morning and welcome to the flat line. I'm your hopes, Rick Hughes. And for the next few minutes, please stick around. It'll just be a short time of motivation, some inspiration some education. All of it will be done without any type of manipulation because.

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Biden Pledges 'Full Might' of U.S. For Gulf Hurricane Recovery

5 Things

01:56 min | 9 months ago

Biden Pledges 'Full Might' of U.S. For Gulf Hurricane Recovery

"Hurricane ida has made landfall the storm hit southern louisiana as a major category four near port for choung less than a hundred miles south of new orleans on sunday. It cut power across the region including to all of the city of new orleans and parts of southern mississippi and at least one person died due to a hurricane when a tree fell on a home in prairieville louisiana outside baton rouge. Ida's one hundred fifty mile an hour winds when it came to shore tied it for the fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the. Us mainland early. Monday idaho was a category one hurricane with sustained winds of seventy five miles an hour. Some twelve hours. After i making landfall president joe biden said sunday that the federal government's full strength is behind recovery efforts in the region. Everyone should listen to his structures local and state officials. Just how dangerous this is. Take it seriously. it's not just coasts. Not just novels is north as well. The rainfall is expected to be exceedingly seemingly hot. The people were gulf coast. I want you to know that Trying for the best planning kurd for the worst as soon as the storm passes. We're going to put this. We're going to put the country's full white behind the rescue and recovery before the storm. Louisiana residents like michael told the associated press while filling up gas tanks. What they expected he'll foul with regular windstorm. You know it's just the way it is. You know you have so many trees with pylons and you lose powell a lot and it just have to be prepared. The water is my biggest concern. I don't think it's ever been tough. It's

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Biden says Hurricane Ida "will be a life-threatening storm"

All Things Considered

00:12 sec | 9 months ago

Biden says Hurricane Ida "will be a life-threatening storm"

"President Biden says Hurricane Ida threatens immense devastation danger to life and power losses that could last For weeks. The storm swept ashore in southern Louisiana at Category four

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"There a new space race getting underway between China and the US WTBS Daniel Vargas is live in the new center. Yeah, So as you've been hearing there, Dave. China recently began a three month mission to their new space station, and now we're hearing from NASA head Bill Nelson, who wants more Moon lander money. While since this Senate Appropriations Committee cannot use funds outside of their budget request, Nelson wants to use funds that will be provided through a jobs bill. Now that jobs bill would not only raise money to help them compete for the bed to the national to the Human landing system for the upcoming Artemus mission, But it would also do repairs to roughly 20 NASA facilities. Now Nelson has gone on record calling China a very aggressive competitor. And as you may know, China has not had a single Chinese astronauts on the ISS or partnered with the U. S. Since it's been barred by law since 2011 Reporting in the newsroom. Daniel Vargas wdbo 173 FM and AM 5 80. This is Wdbo. Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. Okay, I'm gentle. Maybe you're all just rusty McRaney big time heat as we head over the weekend. We'll do that in the rain chance coming up on the wall. The spotting clouds, rain wdbo, irrational weather radar. We got 82 right now in Atlanta, flow to homes and gardens continues in just a couple of minutes. There's an update on tropical storm plot that it is now moving over southern Louisiana, making landfall about 90 minutes ago. Now is bringing heavy rain to parts of Alabama as it moves to the Northeast at Heat wave continues out West as well. Readings over 115 degrees in Phoenix and other desert sections of California reported this week. But forecasters say a cooling trend is on the.

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Heavy Rains in Texas, Louisiana Add to Misery in Flood Zones

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Heavy Rains in Texas, Louisiana Add to Misery in Flood Zones

"Heavy rain may cause more misery for parts of the south parts of Texas and Louisiana may see heavy rain over the next two days the National Weather Service is David Roth in southern Louisiana and southeast Texas over that time frame we have one to three inches of rain forecast but the real life rejected the local amounts higher like in the five inch range areas that have already had too much rain this week may have to deal with more flooding one man in baton Rouge Louisiana said so much water has already flowed into his home through cracks in a doggy door that his furniture began to float the bad weather is suspected in the deaths of at least four people in Louisiana I'm ready to fall late

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Heavy Rains Hammer Southern Louisiana

America in the Morning

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Heavy Rains Hammer Southern Louisiana

"In neighboring Louisiana. Heavy rains have swept across the southern part of the state. Swamping cars, flooding homes. Closing a major interstate. More heavy rain is expected in the region over the next couple days. Ed Donahue is following that story. A 10 till My best guess at this moment would be 4 to 500 structures may be flooded. People in Lake Charles, Louisiana have seen enough of this. The city is still recovering from back to back hurricanes last fall and a deep freeze just a few months ago. Mayor Nick Hunter says this rain had more of an impact than the Hurricanes. 15 inches of rain over a six hour period. This absolutely meets the threshold of a 100 year rain event and what we experienced yesterday will now go on record is the third heaviest rainfall. In a single day in Lake Charles was recorded history. Hunter is frustrated Lake Charles hasn't received any federal disaster relief yet we are pleading with anyone out there that can help. Um, to hear our need and and and see. The suffering Severe flooding is also reported in parts of

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Drenching Rains Flood Homes, Swamp Cars in South Louisiana

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Drenching Rains Flood Homes, Swamp Cars in South Louisiana

"Heavy rains have swept across southern Louisiana flooding homes swapping cars in closing a major interstate people in Lake Charles Louisiana have seen enough of this the city is still recovering from back to back hurricanes last fall in a deep freeze just a few months ago mayor nic hunter says this rain had more of an impact than the hurricanes parts of the city receives upwards of fifteen inches of rain over a six hour puree and hunter is frustrated Lake Charles hasn't received any federal disaster relief yet we are pleading with anyone out there that can help to hear our need and any and see the suffering severe flooding is also reported in parts of baton Rouge I'm at Donahue

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

"Iowa, where he told farmers his administration gave them billions of dollars to offset their losses. From his trade war with China. We took $28 billion that we gave it to the farmers. That's why your old here That's why you're all happy and no other president would have done that. Trump later rallies in North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Texas Supreme Court today denied a Republican led lawsuit. Toss out early ballots cast a drive thru polling places in the Houston area. NPR's Joel Rose reports the suit is seeking to invalidate more than 120,000 early ballots. A lawsuit brought by Republican activists and candidates argues that drive through pulling places in Harris County are illegal, and they're asking courts to toss out 127,000 ballots that were already cast at those sites. The Democratic County clerk Chris Holland's tells NPR that drive thru voting is authorized by Texas law. The lawsuit is totally baseless. And so this is simply an UN American attempt to disenfranchise voters. Harris County, which includes Houston, is the most populous county in the state with nearly five million people. The all Republican Texas Supreme Court rejected the GOP challenge without explanation. A federal judge in Texas will hold an emergency hearing on Monday. Joel Rose NPR news And the mayor of New Orleans says it isn't clear if all polling places will have electricity restored By election Day. The power was knocked out during Hurricane Zeta and Mayor LaToya Cantrell says 11 polling spots could be affected. This, as the Democratic mayor and Republican secretary of state argue on whether Generators will be provided to those polling places say to hit Southern Louisiana is a powerful Category two storm. You're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from progressive insurance, comparing car insurance rates from multiple insurers so.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"In southern Louisiana hurricanes, and it was a powerful storm that blew through New Orleans here in a matter of a couple of hours, and the mayor says one person is dead here, electrocuted by a downed power line and GMS could not get to that person quickly enough because the line was still active. The city says. It got calls for 200 down trees and hundreds of thousands of people without power. Many still are and here in New Orleans, lots of wind damage but in places like Biloxi, Mississippi, a shocking flood surge This storm will continue moving North east impacting states like Georgia and Virginia likes is bad fin. In addition to the man electrocuted in New Orleans, there is a suspected drowning death, apparently from the storm in Biloxi. Vietnam's state media reports landslides set off by a typhoon moolah They have killed at least 15 people on left 38 others missing in the country's central region. It's the worst typhoon to hit Vietnam in 20 years. The U. S health care system on alert for potential cyber attacks the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services warning hackers are trying to lock up hospital computer systems with ransomware. Five days to go until the election day. Joe Biden stayed close to home Wednesday, getting briefings, according to his campaign, stopping to justify his calls for everyone to wear a face mask. This is not political. It's patriotic has a South Florida campaign appearance today at two Arizona rallies yesterday, President Trump Warning of a Biden lock down. It means no kids in school. No graduations, no weddings. No Thanksgiving. No Christmas.

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"At least one person has died. A circadian state of Palace, New Orleans and much of the Gulf Coast with heavy rains and howling winds. National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says Hurricane Sandy made landfall in southern Louisiana packing winds of 110 MPH had landfall around 4 P.m. central time. Your Cocodrie right in Terrebonne Bay, coming up right up Terrebonne Bay and continuing to move. Sandra digs Miller with energy. New Orleans says utility crews are standing by to help After the strong winds blow through. We're prepared To respond to the impacts of Hurricane Zeta. And we've assembled up to 4800 and growing mutual aid resource is to assist with restoration. We do anticipate power outages from the storm. The storm ripped apart roofs and knocked out power to more than 630,000 customers in three states. Louisiana quarter says a man died after being electrocuted by down power lines. The Supreme Court has been active in responding to a serious of election related issue. On Wednesday, the high court said it will allow absentee ballots in North Carolina to be received and counted up to nine days after election Day. The ruling is a win for Democrats. Earlier this week, Supreme Court justices handed Democrats a loss When they declined to extend the deadline for mailed in votes to be received and counted in Wisconsin, meaning all ballots must be received by eight PM on election day to be counted. Greg clutched in Washington at a campaign event in Bullhead City, Arizona. President Trump says good things are happening in the fight against Kobe 19 sorts of things are happening with the you.

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Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana

John McCulloch

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana

"Hurricane Center says Hurricane Zeta has crashed ashore in storm where a Louisiana is a powerful Category two storm, striking the latest blow of an extraordinarily busy Atlantic tropical storm season. Miami based center says A hurricane hunter aircraft confirmed at 4 P.m. Wednesday that the menacing storm have made landfall in their Cocodrie, Louisiana, New Orleans, 911 executive director Tyrell Morris says residents should get to safety because hurricane winds could endanger first responders. We are expecting there be a place that our public state, the units will not be able to respond to 911 calls The phone will still be answered. We still take the call and get into the system. But sustained winds get to a certain point what is unsafe for a fire truck or an ambulance to respond? We will not be able to do so. The fast moving storm came ashore on the southern Louisiana coastline in a region of the Gulf coast that has already been in the crosshairs of earlier storms this season.

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Hurricane Delta: Another near miss for Houston

Chris McKay

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Delta: Another near miss for Houston

"Depression Delta, but Louisiana is recovering from the impact left behind by Delta. In fact, Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins sales Fox News that the combined impact of Delta and Hurricane Laura in August are making things much more difficult for the state parts of southern Louisiana reported that they got 17 inches of rain from Delta. And the Texans or home against Jacksonville

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It is a Tuesday morning and we're glad you're with us today. Good morning. I'm Janice Rogers. Mike. Generally, It is great to have you in this morning, making Ferguson once again, busy checking out the traffic there, not what's going on with Now. Hurricane. Yeah, It's all right. It didn't take long. You know, we already have Hurricane Delta in the Caribbean Sea. And this is a very, very serious situation for the folks in Cancun Looks like it's going to make contact with the northern Yucatan Peninsula and move right through Cancun, the heart of Cancun as a cat four downgraded to a cat three Has it moves into the northern southern Gulf of Mexico. In the northern tip of the Yucatan, and from there, it could make landfall in two Southern Louisiana is either a cat three or a cat, too. And the remnants of that system clipping northwest Alabama so it could be a rainmaker. For us. We could see some storm surge on the Alabama Gulf Coast and we can't rule out in the potential. Have some small spin up tornadoes there. So we continue to look here at our local forecast, and it's still very nice. We have a dry sweep on radar are temperature readings are coming in in the fifties this morning, and here we dont to today with attempts in the sixties In the nine o'clock hour at noontime today about 78 degrees and highs this afternoon about 83 degrees, maybe a few more clouds, clouds, but still a very nice day. Now, let's get a check on traffic with toy. All right. Thank you. Making we are taking a look at 65. You're headed north bound into the junction from I shall be counting your goods Go. Hoover is looking good as well. Pelham Alabaster, of course in for 59. No problems or issues on there is one of your coming of 65 from Pelham area to 2059. You're looking at a 60 minute commute. And if you are coming up 65 from shall we got a report to the junction? You're looking at a 23 minute coming..

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Hurricane Laura's winds batter Louisiana, killing six

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Laura's winds batter Louisiana, killing six

"Laura made landfall early today is a Category four. Hurricane battering southwestern Louisiana rescue and recovery efforts are underway after the catastrophic hurricane damaged buildings down power lines and created massive storm surge. At least six people are dead in Louisiana because of the storm. CBS News correspondent Omar Via Franco's in Lake Charles, Louisiana, with the latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Laura ran the Gulf Coast is a Category four hurricane bringing heavy rains and winds. Powerful enough to knock over an RV winds up to 150. MPH shook high rise buildings and rip down power lines. Nearly a million households in Texas and Louisiana are without power. We just on the phone with the White House. Just we're walking out here. We're gonna need some help The storm cut a huge swath of devastation across southern Louisiana. At least six people in Louisiana were killed when trees toppled onto how's that storm is now over southern Arkansas. Its path is expected to go over Kentucky and West Virginia before it arrives here in the mid Atlantic over the weekend.

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'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Laura slams into Louisiana as Category 4

All Things Considered

00:59 min | 1 year ago

'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Laura slams into Louisiana as Category 4

"John Bell, Edwards says Hurricane Laura left a path of destruction along the U. S Gulf Coast or has since week into a tropical storm but slammed into southern Louisiana is a powerful Category four hurricane really today with sustained winds of 150 MPH, NPR's Rebecca Herschel reports. It's the third storm since 2017 to hit land with such Catastrophic power. Hurricane Laura got its power from the hot water in the Gulf of Mexico. The water on the surface of the Gulf is about 4 F warmer than the historical average. Climate. Scientists say that was enough to help Laura intensify really quickly in 24 hours before the storm hit the coast. It's maximum wind speeds nearly doubled. That's similar to what happened to Hurricane Harvey in 2017 before it hit the Texas Coast and Hurricane Michael in 2018 when it hit the Florida Panhandle. Climate change is causing sea surface temperatures around the world to rise. Which makes dangerous storms. More common. Rebecca Hirscher NPR news while winded

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Major Real Estate Website Now Shows Flood Risk

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 1 year ago

Major Real Estate Website Now Shows Flood Risk

"D. Y. E. N., dot com slash NPR to learn more many people who lose their homes wildfires or in hurricanes did not know they were in harm's way. You can understand that this might happen. You know that the houses near the words or near the. Coast, but you don't quite realize the risk don't quite realize the extent of the danger. One major real estate site is now showing a homes flood risk along with photos of the kitchen and living room so that people will know this is one way that climate change has become a more direct part of home-buying. A long-term decision that a lot of people make our reporting from NPR's climate team starts with NPR's Rebecca Hersher. It's obvious to a lot of Americans that climate change means more flooding more than a thousand homes and businesses are flooded in the Jackson Mississippi Southern Louisiana Sixty thousand homes north. West of Omaha is still dealing with the math more than four hundred homeowners. Even, though government flood maps have been around since the seventies, there was no mention of flooding on real estate websites until today Leslie Jordan is a vice president of the website realtor dot com, which lists more than one hundred, ten, million homes. Flooding is the most common costly natural disaster in the US. So realtor DOT COM has added flood information to every listing Jordan says that's thanks in part to a new privately funded fled information project called flood factor. Matt E B. is one of the CO founders of. Flood factor which rates houses on a scale from one to ten. So if it's very likely a very deep flood, you'll get a flood factor of ten for that property. If it's very unlikely, then it'll be a flood factor one, the ratings take into account climate change particularly sea level rise and more extreme rain ev says that kind of Info has actually been out there for years. It's just that regular people haven't had access to it. A. Democratization of this information is the way that we like to think about. It because there are people who already have this information and they're already acting on it people like mortgage insurance companies and large real estate developers, some of which have fought against public flood disclosure laws. So are other real estate sites also going to add this information. Can you say We are hopeful and happy to engage in those conversations with folks and that less than specific answer made my colleague Pr's Climate Team Lauren summer wonder what is going on with the other real estate websites so she called them i. I I asked Zillow if they're thinking about publishing flood, risk their number of challenges with that, and it's something that I think sooner or later would be a great feature to include Jeff. Tucker is an economist at Zillow who has studied how the homes they help sell art risk from climate change hundreds of billions of dollars just tremendous amount of real estate at risk primarily from coastal flooding for instance, Tucker. Says the company has had internal discussions about including flood risk, but they expect pushback from some users the current. May Be very unhappy to have that kind of information surfaced. If they're interested in selling their home, I heard the same thing from Taylor Mar lead economist at red. Fin. Could this actually reduce the value of this existing homeowner and essentially take away a lot of their net worth Marceau's on the buyer side Redfin survey show that three quarters of them. WanNa know about natural disasters before making an offer but he says that Info can't. Crowd out other fell on the website. If we made the whole front page just about flood risk, they might not be as easily able to navigate how long the commute is. For example, Maher says they're looking at testing including flood

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And spontaneous ad Libs, charm TV audiences for decades, a talent he credited to his Irish Italian upbringing. My mother had a lot of sisters, brothers and nephews and nieces. And they all would converge on our home in the Bronx. I think that gave me whatever talking ability I had, because if he didn't talk with them, you are going to get a word Word in edgewise. The first named hurricane of the 2020 season is bearing down on the Texas Gulf Coast meteorologist Tyler Maudlin, says Hannah will make likely make landfall later. Today is a Category one hurricane the radar showing a lot of spiraling rainfall moving into South Texas all the way in Southern Louisiana as well as it moves west. All that rain is going to continue to push west with it, And that means we're going to see the potential potential for some flooding across South Texas, where you could pick up upwards of a foot of rainfall in some areas. Hurricane Hannah's packing 90 mile an hour winds with higher gusts and is now about 20 miles from Port Mansfield. Texas. Senate GOP lawmakers still have to tackle a Corona virus stimulus measure. This is an alarm that needs to be something sounded. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is talking about those enhanced unemployment benefits that run out next week. Senate Republicans are talking about cutting those benefits in their new bill. I want to review the fact that they put $2 trillion onto the national debt to give a tax breaks to the wealthy 83% of the benefits to the top 1%. Republicans in the Senate have released the parameters of their bill, which is much smaller than the bill the House passed more than two months ago. Linda, Kenyan Washington. There now more than 4.1 million confirmed Cove in 19 cases in the U. S. And the death toll has now topped.

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5 killed, 1 survivor in small plane crash

77WABC Programming

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

5 killed, 1 survivor in small plane crash

"And the passenger aircraft has gone down today in southern Louisiana a small plane crashed in Lafayette the city's fire chief says five fatalities were found at the scene and there was one survivor three people on the ground were transported to the hospital in a nearby Walmart was evacuated as a precaution I witnesses say lights went out at homes and businesses near the crash site and they heard something that sounded like a semi

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Concert continued out on the street it wasn't all fun there were many reports of people stuck in elevators and dozens of subway stations went dark Steve cast about New York tropical storm Barry moved deeper in land last night dumping heavy rain causing more flooding in southern Louisiana meteorologist Chad Myers says the latest computer models showed less than expected rain to come into already drenched southern Louisiana more rain coming to baton Rouge Morgan city New Orleans so yes there's more weather coming through but even as I see this this is five or six inches not twenty that's good news mayors around the country speaking out against the planned ice immigration raids set for today Denver mayor Michael hand cook everyone is concerned and I can tell you that obviously are immigrants are very concerned they're fearful they are you know concerned about their well being the well being of their children well being of their families an earthquake of magnitude six point nine struck west of the beach resort of broom Australia a few hours ago there were no immediate reports of damages or casualties on Barton occurred so many opinions political correctness tired of it like discussions about big ideas passionate about free speech me too I gave Reuben host of the popular podcast the rumor report which features discussions unfiltered race in one on one interviews with some of the most interesting names in news and entertainment let's have some real conversations listen and subscribe for free on apple podcast Google podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts Westwood One podcast network everyone's listening Hey my friends.

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Tropical Storm Barry brings flash floods to Louisiana

Stephanie Trussell

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Tropical Storm Barry brings flash floods to Louisiana

"To report tropical storm Barry tropical storm Beria's packing seventy mile an hour winds as it dumped heavy rain on Louisiana flash flooding the main threat in Louisiana as the storm heads north but with landfall king the threat of other conditions Louisiana governor John bel Edwards there is a possibility of tornadoes him so we ask people to be very careful with that city officials across southern Louisiana warning that the weather is expected to deteriorate even further leaving tourist like this man at a loss for some basic necessities I know one of the issues we're dealing with now is that most of the businesses are close we're just going to whatever we can to make the most of it shelters are opening across the state and the red cross has numerous team standing by to help out Clayton Nevil New

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"southern louisiana" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"southern louisiana" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of rain on southern Louisiana and the course of the next couple of days it is Friday good morning I'm sure do McCurdy with our top stories and traffic and weather together center good Friday morning doing just fine on streets and expressways accidents we have our minor ones bear fact already clear that other one westbound on I. ten at Roland still little bit slow from W. W. why start to see some movement southbound sixteen oh four round Indera westbound sixteen oh four however Jepsen around a bowl Verdy heaviest traffic right now Megan bishop newsradio twelve under W. away I reporter sponsored by Walgreens at Walgreens your day doesn't have to stop for diabetes get expert diabetes advice twenty four seven find all major brands of testing supplies like Walgreens true metrics and download tools to help you stay on track stop by and talk to your Walgreens pharmacist today the weather channel forecast for this Friday partly cloudy hot and humid a high in the upper nineties tonight's low seventy five right now plenty of sunshine at seventy nine degrees eight thirty four at newsradio twelve hundred W. away I tropical storm force winds of a gun to be felt on shore in southern Louisiana as tropical storm very unlikely hurricane very approaches land and New Orleans business owners like this woman are scrambling to protect their buildings hydro the test out so you fill it with water and you put it in front of the door and it was to keep week from coming into the restaurant the amount of rain Louisiana is expecting is off the charts rainfall age three to four inches per hour that could overwhelm the pumps in New Orleans isolated rainfall amounts twenty five inches or more widespread evacuations are underway across the southern part of the state remember the great gas panic of two thousand seventeen when lines form to gas stations and prices shot up as hurricane Harvey came ashore petroleum analysts don't expect that would tropical storm very but there will be price increases the disruption to the oil supply chain should be fixed quickly the storm is not expected to damage offshore rigs and refineries like Harvey did so any price increases should be short lived scattered bones found on a ranch off spec road in north their county last night could be the remains.

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