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"Least two deaths right now. All right now, here's making with the latest now on where Zeta is, and also what is ah, maybe still be doing in some parts of at least east Alabama. Yeah, we still have some wind gusts there in the East Alabama, but the center of circulation was Zeta is located right up through here. Right now. It's moving very fast. It's moving to the Northeast ID like 39 MPH, so it's booking. So the forward speed is going to take it over into the Carolinas or eastern Tennessee. We still have some wraparound moisture from this system, and we're still dealing with some wind. It's not as bad as it wass, but things are improving force. We still have wind speeds of 21 MPH wind gusts up to 37 MPH. They're into Talladega parts of Calhoun County. We're still under the gun. They're still seeing some gusty winds into ST Clair and Tio, the northeastern corner of Shelby County. So it's still dealing with some pretty impressive wins. But we've got cooler air set to arrive today. Dry air is going to come in place of this tropical moisture. All that's headed out and look at this temperature's dropping as the day progresses. We've already reached our high today, but Should get to see that sunshine at lunchtime and cooler air set to arrive. We'll have an update for your trick or treat forecast and your weekend to have got some cooler air. We could be done to the thirties come early next week. Talk about it coming up. All right. Thanks very much, making it now. Take a look at this. Some of this video we got in early. This is showing Hurricane Zeta as it was battering that Louisiana coast. This is video from the ST Bernard Parish as they brought strong winds of 110 MPH, also some powerful storm surge. And it caused a lot of damage here in parts of Louisiana and some scary images out of Louisiana as well. On Wednesday, this large bars here just broke free from the dock. And hit other ships..
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"Holmes is on the rise is more people out to leave behind big cities and crowded apartment buildings. Many, many people around the country are leaving cities. Tiny house escaped villages. CEO Dan George tells Wisconsin's morning news that sales of tiny homes jumped 120% in the last six months. Real estate is going crazy because of Holmes's is becoming so high that it's pricing people out. So instead of trying to buy a house for 203 104 100,000. In this case, you can buy a tiny house for $50,000 George says Tiny houses are also very ego friendly Jane that there W. T. M J For the fifth time this year, Louisiana is hunkering down Hurricane Zeta forecast to slam into southeast Louisiana this evening at the most A significant threat to us continues to be that wind. New orleansmayor LaToya Cantrell fears widespread power outages and wind damage in suburban ST Bernard Parish, the sheriff says. So there's three things that you could do to keep yourself safe. Stay inside, Stay inside and stay inside. And if that's confusing, just stay inside. Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann. Dave Cohen for CBS News. New Orleans Coming up Whitney Houston makes history again. W T M J News time 306 Hey, John Mark here here in late fall, there's so much to see and do across Wisconsin experience the awe inspiring views of our scenic outdoors, taking the warmth and charm of our many wonderful small towns. Explore the state's vast system of hiking and biking, trails or cozy up in a cabin for a night or two just to break up the day to day routine and maybe discover a new winery, our brewery along the way, whatever kind of getaway sounds good to you. You'll find the information you need to plant it. A travel Wisconsin dot com. Now get out and make the most of this spectacular state we call home Byline Bank is proud to be named the number one SB lender in Wisconsin for six straight years. We've earned our ranking by helping small businesses thrive this year has been more.
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"Avenue for 24. When he went over a small hill and lost control of his car. It swerved off the road and into a palm tree. Driver died at the scene. His name has not yet been released in Louisiana. They're bracing for Hurricane Zeta making landfall ST Bernard Parish Sheriff James Paulman, telling reporters. He fears that people are becoming complacent about storm threats. With so many hurricanes this year, we haven't seen the likes of a song come through, that's going to cause this type of damage by wind. In a very long time, and you're gonna have significant trees down power lines down, and it's going to create a lot of dangerous situations. Louisiana residents are bracing for the 27th named storm of a historically busy Atlantic hurricane season. Landfall is expected south of New Orleans this afternoon with a life threatening storm surge and strong winds expected along the coast beginning at any time. Now. With six days before Election Day, former Vice President Joe Biden was off the campaign trail in his home state of Delaware. Where he voted early and delivered remarks at the Queen Hotel in Wilmington, urging Americans to stay vigilant to the face of the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. This is not political. It's patriotic wearing a mask where one period on Wall Street the Dow currently down 3% Valley weather right now, 65 sunny, a radio city today's high 74. Tonight, Down to 47 for your Thursday high of 79 warming up a bit will be at around 82 by Sunday. This news update sponsored by UnitedHealthcare. UnitedHealthcare is America's number one Medicare plan provider, visit you HC Medicare solutions dot com Toe Learn Mohr. That's you, hc Medicare solutions dot com With news on the hour on the half and when it breaks, I'm Liz Kern News Talk 5 81 059 K. M. J. Holden 19 facemask locked down.
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"Video President Trump says he wasn't feeling so well when he was admitted on Friday, but he's feeling much better now. The president released a video to express his appreciation to the medical staff and for the encouragement he's received. I just wantto be so thankful for all of the support I've seen. He said He hopes to be back soon, but knows the next few days will be critical. In terms of his care. You don't know the next period of A few days. I guess that's the real test will be seeing what happens over those next cup next couple of days. The White House doctor said the president, symptoms included a fever, cough and nasal congestion, but he was improving. Greg Clugston reporting. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is defending his handling of the virus pandemic. Despite weeks of rising infections, he warns the company may face a bumpy weather ahead tells the BBC the government has to strike and difficult balance. I can't quote. Take a course that could expose us depends of thousands more deaths in very short order. Louisiana will get nearly $215 million and BP oil spill money for two projects that will restore more than $4600 a marsh, another habitat in and around the New Orleans area Governor John Bell. Edwards says work on the project should begin next year. Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority president Chip Klein said. Each will set a record. He says The 2800 acres to be created in ST Bernard Parish will be the largest area ever bid by the agency. He says one in Plaquemines Parish will use the largest amount of dredge material. Correspondent Jeremy House, French authorities saying majority of voters in New Caledonia on Archipelago and myself Pacific voted to remain part of France. The Overseas Ministry says. There is a self today feel 53% in favor of remaining 47% against More on the store's a townhall dot com I am. United States surgeon General Jerome Atoms, America's doctor and all across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines Take extra precautions. If it higher risk wash our.
"st bernard parish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"May be susceptible to Corona virus following repeated exposure to smoke exposure. Alison Keys CBS News, Sally is now a tropical storm. But the impact of the former hurricane will be felt for days. CBS's Nancy Chen is in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Sally is expected to dump rain from Florida to Mississippi, which could lead to damaging storm surge in historic flooding in the region. Louisiana also felt the effects of Sally Storm surge overcame levies in ST Bernard Parish Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in Florida and Alabama are without power, and the full extent of damage won't be known until Sally moves farther inland. Sally barged into Gulf Shores, Alabama overnight as a Category two hurricane, the House Transportation Committee questions whether Boeing and the FAA are willing to make big changes needed to fix the problems. That caused two deadly 7 37 Max jet crashes they killed 403 146. People between that congressional report blames a horrific culmination of failures and multiple missed opportunities from both Boeing and the FAA during the design, development and certification process that could have prevented these tragedies. Arguing, quote. The fact that a compliant airplane suffered from two deadly crashes in less than five months is clear evidence that the current regulatory system is fundamentally flawed and needs to be repaired and quote and as delicate terra ABC NEWS Washington legislation named after soldier at Fort.
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"Region. Louisiana also felt the effects of Sally Storm surge overcame levies in ST Bernard Parish Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in Florida and Alabama are without power, and the full extent of damage won't be known until Sally moves farther inland that CBS correspondent Nancy Chin in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. 6 35 15 suspected gang members have been indicted on drug and sex trafficking charges in Maryland after Anna Randall County Police say they dismantled a massive operation being run out of a comfort in south of Baltimore. Our story from W. T O peace Meghan Cloherty and Randall County Police chief William Lowry says the eight month investigation began when they learned alleged gang member David Brown was operating a drug and sex trafficking ring out of the Comfort Inn in Brooklyn Park, Maryland, Attorney General Brian Frost says Brown and 14. Others air now indicted, including hotel staff, who frost says worked for Brown had control of multiple rooms one time, including an entire floor in the hotel. Police say they seized 502 G of crack cocaine, assault rifles, 3000 g of marijuana and 1300 g of methamphetamine, among other drugs. Meghan Clarity w T O P News. Five Chinese citizens have been charged by the Justice Department with hacks targeting more than 100 companies and institutions in the U. S and elsewhere. The victims include social media and video game companies, as well as universities and telecommunications providers. The five defendants remain fugitives. But prosecutors say that to Malaysian businessman accused of conspiring with the alleged hackers to profit off the attacks on video game companies were arrested in that country. This week. They face Addition to the U. S coming up on w t o P. What the payroll tax deferral will mean for federal workers. 6 37. Hi, This is Dave Preston football season turned Sunday into a major fun day for me. The afternoon peaks between 3 45 and 4 30 with the fantastic finishes of the early Games. Also, the eggs Norwegian have enjoyed from brunch is long since been digested, and I can decide if I want nachos or wings while I watch the late Kickoffs. Xfinity takes my NFL viewing to the next Evel, beginning with my ex one voice remote. A simple command consent me from game to game. Teo, the highlight show. I'm also able to watching my phone with live stats of my fingertips, and one can even record the late game. If one has too many wings and needs a nap. Xfinity is the perfect player to have on your team. Oh, and for the record boneless wings or not boneless wings the chicken fingers.
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"Your car at home at work and told to go. W T O p. Never miss a moment afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson, Mike Qaida's Xanthi editor's desk and just ahead. It's now tropical Storm Sally, but it's moving inland. That leaves portions of Alabama and Florida underwater. A controversial health and human services spokesman takes a leave of absence Days after some incendiary remarks, medical experts are pressed by lawmakers about political interference in the response to the Corona virus on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller president Trump declares parts of Oregon, a disaster area because of the deadly Western wildfires. Big college football News. The big 10 decides that it will play football after all. Next month, we'll talkto Washington Post sports columnist John Feinstein and on Wall Street, the Dow closes the day up 37 the NASDAQ was down 1 40. S and P down 16 Double d T. O. PIA for 31. Sally has weakened to tropical storm status, but the one time hurricane has dumped so much rain, the Gulf Coast could see record level flooding. Sally is expected to dump rain from Florida to Mississippi, which could lead to damaging storm surge in historic flooding in the region. Louisiana also felt the effects of Sally Storm surge overcame levies in ST Bernard Parish Hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in Florida and Alabama are without power, and the full extent of damage won't be known until Sally moves farther inland on CBS correspondent Nancy Chan in Fort Walton BEACH, Florida Embattled Health and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo is taking a two month leave of absence. The agency says Caputo is stepping away to focus on his health and family's wellbeing. A few days ago, Caputo sparked furor after he accused CDC scientists of sedition during a Facebook.
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"Number of initiatives. All families are being encouraged to attend. Starting at 6 P.m.. You can register on the district's website lot to unpack there. So Laporte I SD providing all students with free meals. Forecasters. They're talking about the possibility of Hurricane Sally dropping up to 30 inches of rain on the Gulf Coast. Today, I'm riding shotgun with Fox's Casey Stegall. He is reporting from New Orleans already starting to see water, causing some problems in areas over in ST Bernard Parish, a little east of New Orleans. Up to 7. Ft of Storm surge in that spot forecasted the worst of Sally's wrath will be coastal Mississippi and Alabama. We're 10 to 20 inches of rain is expected 30 inches in isolated spots. Even the Florida Panhandle will be impacted. Like Pensacola Beach, The National Hurricane Center is using language like extreme life threatening flash flooding and historic total rainfalls tens of thousands of people under mandatory evacuations. In four coastal state available in our hearts are with the mall. Sally's moving at on ly two miles an hour. We just got the update from the National Hurricane Center 85 Mile an hour winds still in the forecast track. Senator Sally's going to be passing near the coast of South eastern Louisiana today and then making landfall in the hurricane Warning area late tonight, possibly tomorrow. But wait, there's more, You know, there are six systems in the Atlantic. Teddy is going to become a hurricane later tonight or tomorrow doesn't look like that's threatening land. Katie our age news time is 12 0 for in the world of high finance. We have a fed meeting today with good news on the markets to explain it all from S T a.
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"That writes the rules and regulations. The goal of it is to have a majority stake on the committee by civilians, which supporters of the bill they will lead to police implementing and adhering to anti racism policies. Hurricane Sally at a crawl in the Gulf Foxes have been brown outside New Orleans in ST Bernard Parish. There's water on the streets already, and they've shut floodgates expecting high amounts of storm search at 11 ft. No, We're not have water up again all here but at 14 or 15 ft. That is the trigger too close, so They obviously feel that that is a possibility. That's Guy McInnis, the parish presidents, The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center says the storms winds are down to 85 miles an hour, but all warnings remain in effect. Eben Brown. Fox News. The sports landscape already looks different this year in college basketball is no exception. CBS Sports is reporting the Asheville, North Carolina and Indianapolis are the two cities being considered Tau host The Maui Invitational. It's a mid season tournament usually played every year in Hawaii, but the Corona virus pandemic has forced the tournament stateside. The Indiana Hoosiers already one of the teams playing in the tournament coming up, Notre Dame is testing a lot and the topless voter speaks. Those stories and more next on 93 W Y. D. C coming up on Tony Cats today. The riots are never ending. And Jim Garrity talks Corona virus that's coming up in three minutes. An appeal denied. Stanley report for attorneys argue that Eliza Shepard had not been proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and that the jury should have been told Maura about the evidence that would not support a reckless homicide charge. State appellate court rejected those arguments and upheld the conviction of the Fulton County woman charged for hitting four Children as they waited for a school bus, killing three of them. Stanley or 93. W I. B. C mobile, New Notre Dame may have beaten Duke Saturday, but no one has beaten the Corona virus. Two players have tested positive and tomb or our quarantine. Head coach Brian Kelly says None of the four players played Saturday. We've started additional testing. Daily for practice Eso not only we three times testing were daily testing, he says. They don't want any positives at practice to end up with ride white spread infections, The fighting Irish are still onto place South Florida this Saturday in South Bend. At least 36 people have died in wildfires burning across the West Coast. President Trump visited California on Monday, where he disagreed with what state experts told him about the fires. I'd have burned more than three million acres in that state. The president not buying assertions by some experts that climate change is driving wildfires have happened there. The last few years, wildfires have covered the West Coast with a thick layer of smoke, and that smoke has now made its way to the Midwest. Madison McGill reports on the effects it will have on the Hoosier State, You may have noticed a milky nous to the sky or more vivid sunrises and sunsets. That's because the smoke is several 1000 ft in the air. It works kind of similar to a thin layer of cloud cover is a good way to put it is it's like filtered sunshine, which TV meteorologist Marcus Bailey says the smoke is so far above us. It shouldn't affect our air quality. The bad stuff stays roll above anything that we would breathe in. He says The smoke should begin clearing out by Thursday. Madisonville 93 WNBC Mobile knew the woman now known as the topless voter says she has no regrets. The unidentified woman in her sixties from New Hampshire, stripped from the waist up on a pole worker told her she couldn't vote in the Democratic primary, wearing a shirt showing pictures of the late Senator John McCain and President Trump with the slogan American Hero and American zero A woman who wasn't wearing a broad says she kept her face mask on, though, because removing it would have been unhealthy. I'm Kurt Darling and I'm Rob Connie, on the level on the go on Twitter at 90 www dot com lie from the Heartland and the Crossroads of America. It's Tony Cats today. Hurricane Sally, This thing came upon people quickly. Wass, aiming for Louisiana. Mississippi now looks like it's going to hit Mississippi, Alabama, the Panhandle of Florida and then hang a quick right off of the Gulf of Mexico. And this thing is moving slow. Last reports it was moving at three miles an hour. That means rain, tonnes of rain and insane amount. Of possible flooding in this thing for them, you know, it's not like it came out of nowhere, but it certainly was not on the radars, like others were right now. This is to the east of New Orleans, which means New Orleans might get some rain, but they're on the the softer side of this mobile. Mobile Mobile Mobile, Alabama. That's where that's coming on dead center, which means Panama City. Is going to take the strong side of this storm. Tony Katz. Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 8334688669. It's the flooding. That's going to be the story and we will keep our eyes on it now. We have been discussing. This miss no murder that has taken place across the country regarding riots..
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"We're joined by Sarah Huckabee standards. You know her. She has a new book out speaking for myself. Freedom in the fight of our lives inside the Trump White House coming up. Woodbridge, Washington More than ever depend on 105.9 FM M A cumulus stations. News now doubled your male news today. 30. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews. Hurricane Sally is slowing down in the Gulf, And that's not good news outside New Orleans in ST Bernard Parish. There's water on the streets already, and they've shut floodgates expecting high amounts of storm search 11 ft. We're not gonna have water up against the wall. All here but at 14 or 15 ft. That is the trigger too close, So they obviously feel that that is a possibility. That's good. I'm makin is the parish president. The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center says the storms. Winds are down to 85 miles an hour, but all warnings remain in effect. Evan Brown Fox News Covert 19 is not going away quietly or going away at all, actually beginning Friday, just as the Jewish high holiday season starts Israel will go into a three week national locked down schools and many businesses, including restaurants and malls, will close its response to a surgeon New Corona virus infections Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, dismissing claims he reopened the country too quickly after an earlier locked down in the spring. Israel is believed to be the first country to impose a full second shutdown. Simon Ellen Fox News The prime minister will be on the South Lawn of the White House today to sign historic diplomatic deals with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. President Trump's hosting the ceremony for more than 700 guests, which will formalize the normalization of the Jewish state's relations with the two countries and which could pave the way.
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"Think there's an area of at least commonality. On vegetation, forest management, But please respect and I know you do the difference of opinion out here as it relates to this fundamental issue on the issue of climate change. Absolutely. Mr. Trump predicts things will start to cool down. Joe Biden calls him a climate arsonist. States of emergency now, in effect in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi as Hurricane Sally barrels toward the Gulf Coast. ST. Bernard Parish president guide the Guinness We expect to have the wind. Serge and rain. But for this event landfall expected overnight. NASA's administrator calls it the most significant find yet in the search for alien life. Scientists have discovered a noxious gas in the clouds over Venus. CBS News BRIEF. I'm Deborah Rodriguez someday. News time 3 32 From the W T. M J breaking News Center. Kenosha leaders are laying the groundwork for how the city will move forward in the wake of riots and protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake last month. Mayor John Anti Iranian says they're scheduling for community listening sessions to address systemic racism, criminal justice, employment and education. We as a community needs to move forward. We are not going to be like other communities. And pretend like this is gonna go away. It isn't We will deal with it, And that is my commitment to the public and to the council. The first of the sessions is Sunday Decision. Wisconsin Vice President Mike Pence, again stumping today in the Badger state, saying the Trump administration doubling down on recent protests against excessive force used by police, sparking rioting and Khun Ocean across the country. Fighting and looting is not peaceful. Protest burning businesses is not Free speech. Bringing violence against innocent civilians or those in law enforcement must stop and it must stop now, President Trump said. To visit Wisconsin Friday, campaigning in most any Joe Biden will be in Minnesota that day. Democratic president, candidate Joe Biden is blaming climate change for deadly wildfires out West and is pointing the finger at President Trump about with nature's fury. Caused by our own in action on climate change, mark more American see and feel the devastation. At least 33 people have been killed by those fire. M J News time. 3 33 Up next. It's Brewers baseball on W. T. M. J kind of a rough weekend for the crew, but it's all good. 10 coming up against the Cardinals on Ly a couple games behind the.
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"Than a million acres burned last week alone double compared to a typical year that CBS has lord of Podesta. Meantime, there are people on the upper Gulf Coast nervous as Thie hurricane or its soon to be named. Hurricane Sally hits their way. Tropical Storm Sally is expected to strengthen into a hurricane before slamming into the upper Gulf Coast early Tuesday morning. It could bring life threatening storm surge to the coast of Mississippi and Louisiana. Joe Martin has been packing up in ST Bernard Parish outside New Orleans is important to get all the valuables out because nature shows no mercy. It's going to do its thing. So we got to do our thing and get everything out of here. Sally is expected to dump tremendous amounts of rain across the upper Gulf Coast and eventually much of the deep and mid self Jim Krystle a CBS News while I was down South or watching Sally Hurricane Paulette is picking up strength and could hit Bermuda later today, somewhere between 100 110. Maybe Gus is high as 125 miles an hour. It will also bring with it the possibility of very dangerous storm surge that CBS News meteorologist Jeff or or Delhi, the insanely busy hurricane season is clearly getting busier. There's another new tropical storm named Teddy. It's about halfway between the African coast and the eastern Caribbean islands. Teddy's got winds of 40 miles an hour. It's also expected to become a hurricane over the next few days. It's 11 34. It smells like feet. It smells like compost feet drenched in compost. And what did I say? Before we remodeled the basement that we should get it waterproof. And why was that? Something about mid Atlantic houses.
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"I'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin earlier this year a student at pennstate died after his fraternity brothers made him drink too much the left him to the fall what did his death reveal about the culture of hazing and white process and lighting up in the city of lights is about to get pricier it's friday october six actress elizabeth shue you had a lot of adventurism babysitting intimidation turns fifty four years old the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattering way the white house and republicans in congress or voicing support for regulating socalled bump stock devices they enables semi automatic weapons to fire continuously investigators in nevada say they were used by stephen paddock in in sunday night's deadly shooting targeting the crowd at a country music festival in las vegas it left fifty eight people dead and injured nearly five hundred others it was the deadliest mass shooting in modern us history here's house speaker paul ryan fully automatic weapons had been outlawed for many many years this seems to be a way of going around act so obviously we need a look at how we can tighten at the compliance with this law as for the investigation the fbi says paddock booked hotel rooms near other music festivals in recent months including the la palooza festival in chicago in august police in boston say fenway park has also oh come up in the investigation that's the home of major league baseball's boston red sox forecasters say tropical storm nate will likely become a hurricane before coming ashore along the gulf coast of the us over the weekend npr's debbie elliott says a hurricane watches posted along the coast of louisiana mississippi and alabama new new orleans is staging boats in high water vehicles and handing out sandbags to residents in advance of nate which is expected to strike as a hurricane on sunday mayor mich landrieu has declared an emergency uh to the citizens in new orleans there is no reason to panic but there is reason to prepare we just need to be ready of a heavy wind and heavy rain louisiana national guard will be in new orleans to watch for problems with the city's drainage pipes which are not operating at full capacity in nearby st bernard parish mandatory evacuations are underway for people who live outside the levy protection system debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama.
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"And pierre's debbie elliott says a hurricane watches posted along the coast of louisiana mississippi and alabama new orleans is staging boats and high water vehicles than handing out sandbags to residents in advance of nate which is expected to strike as a hurricane on sunday mayor mich landrieu has declared an emergency uh to the citizens in new orleans there is no reason to panic but there is reason to prepare we just need to be ready of a heavy wind and heavy rain the louisiana national guard will be in new orleans to watch for problems with the city's drainage pumps which are not operating at full capacity in nearby st bernard parish mandatory evacuations are underway for people who live outside the levy protection system debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama the latest numbers on unemployment in the us are due out this morning from the labor department npr's jim's rowley says recent hurricanes are expected to have slow job growth in september this year the economy has added on average about one hundred in seventy six thousand jobs a month and the unemployment rate fell in august two a low four point four percent but steward hoffman senior economic advisor at pnc financial services says don't expect last month's gains to be as strong timber numbers really going to be distorted by the terrible hurricane oh i metrics affecting a number of the shows very little in the way of job growth hurricane armagh in particular occurred during the period when the labor department surveys job growth so it's likely to have an especially big impact.
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"Tropical storm nature's blamed for at least twenty two deaths in central america the storm has top sustained winds of forty miles per hour but could become a hurricane before reaching the us gulf coast this weekend and pr steady elliott has the latest on storm preparations underway from south louisiana to the florida panhandle new orleans is staging boats in high water vehicles in handing out sandbags to residents in advance of nate which is expected to strike as a hurricane on sunday mayor mich landrieu has declared an emergency uh to the citizens of new all as there is no reason to panic with there is reason to prepare we just need to be ready of a heavy wind and heavy rain the louisiana national guard will be in new orleans to watch for problems with the city's drainage pumps which are not operating at full capacity in nearby st bernard parish mandatory evacuations are underway for people who live outside the levy protection system debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama vice president mike pence says the trump administration is committed to helping puerto rico recover from hurricane maria pence told an audience in orlando on thursday that progress is being made following a catastrophic storm the calls 'extraordinary damage president trump dined with his top military leaders at the white house thursday trump summoned reporters and inexplicably stated it might be the calm before the storm when asked what he meant whether he was talking about north korea isis or iran the president said you will find out.
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"To though florida panhandle new orleans is staging boats and high water vehicles than handing out sandbags to residents in advance of nate which is expected to strike as a hurricane on sunday mayor mich landrieu has declared an emergency law to the citizens of new orleans there is no reason to panic with there is reason to prepare we just need to be ready of a heavy wind and heavy rain who louisiana national guard will be in new orleans to watch for problems with the city's drainage pumps which are not operating at full capacity in nearby st bernard parish mandatory evacuations are underway for people who live outside the levy protection system debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama is your markets are trading higher at this hour the nikkei the main market in japan is up about a quarter of a percent asia dow was also trading higher this is npr news from washington this is wnyc in new york i am lance lucky it's been two weeks since maria devastated puerto rico but many people are still struggling to leave the island wnyc's cindy rodriguez flew down on a humanitarian flight she told wnyc's brian lehrer that well at the airport she witnessed a very ill woman in tears trying to get a flights off the island she said that she actually her flight was actually scheduled for the day before but she wasn't allowed into the airport because of president trump's visit and so she missed her flight the federal government has been criticized for its slow response if you want to really know how a transfer systems working look at what writer say that's according to bloomberg reporter at least young who read through six hundred sixty six pages of comments the ryder submitted to new jersey transit website she says the vast majority were complaints they paint a picture sure the daytoday dysfunction that plagues the embattled transit agency one bus driver was reportedly falling asleep on the new jersey turnpike and riders noted that in one rider actually offer the man from men young says the driver reportedly refused the offer and kept driving a former congressman from staten island is having to answer tough questions about his bullying behavior in the past michael grimm was caught on tape threatening to throw in new york one reporter off a balcony during a two thousand fourteen interview tonight on msnbc.
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"If to get the libs in the dims a win bandied bump stocks deaths farc is not that important some news organizations reported a surge in sales of bump stocks after democratic senator dianne feinstein introduce legislation that would ban the devices and pr has found no evidence that gunowners are racing to buy the kids brian man npr news las vegas meanwhile clark county fire chief greg castle is praising his team for their performance at the music event that night in las vegas he says there was a standby crew of around sixteen ems paramedic personnel and that they performed wonderfully or training paid off or training paid off new what to do it was much grander than we ever envision however we were able to handle it and he says they were prepared because las vegas as an international tourist destination and he says it has many soft targets tropical storm 'need is expected to intensify to a hurricane and hit the northern gulf coast this weekend and fears debbie elliott reports preparations are underway from south louisiana to the florida panhandle new orleans is staging boats and high water vehicles in handing out sandbags to residents in advance of nate which is expected to strike as a hurricane on sunday mayor mich landrieu has declared an emergency to the citizens of new all as there is no reason to panic with there is reason to prepare we just need to be ready of a heavy wind and heavy rain louisiana national guard will be in new orleans to watch for problems with the city's drainage pumps which are not operating at full capacity in nearby st bernard parish mandatory evacuations are underway for people who live outside the levy protection system debbie elliott npr news orange beach alabama.